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CIVIL ADMINISTRATIVE CODE—STATE TAX COMMISSION.

- § 1. Amends sections 5, 9 and 13 ; adds § 13. Term of office. Section 39a, Act of 1917. $ 39a. State Tax Commission

§ 5. Creates offices names. to d is ch a r g e al duties with refer$ 9. Salaries. - ence to assessment

of property. (SENATE BILL No. 367. APPROVED JUNE 19, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend sections 5, 9, and 13 of an Act entitled, "An Act in relation to the civil administration of the State government, and to repeal certain Acts therein named,’ approved March 7, 1917, in force July 1, 1917, and to add thereto a new section to be known as section 391. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, "presented in the General Assembly: Sections 5, 9, and 13 of an Act entitled, “An Act in relation to the civil administration of the State government, and to repeal certain Acts therein named,” approved March 7, 1917, in force July 1, 1917, are amended, and there is added to said Act a new section to be known as section 39-a, which said sections as amended, and which said new section shall read as follow: § 5. In addition to the Directors of Departments, the following *\ecutive and administrative officers, boards and commissions, which said officers, boards and commissions in the respective departments, shall hold offices hereby created and designated as follows:

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE:

Assistant Director of Finance;

Administrative Auditor;

Superintendent of Budget;

Superintendent of Department Reports;

Statistician The Tax Commission, which shall consist of three officers desonated as Tax Commissioners.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE:

Assistant Director of Agriculture;

General Manager of the State Fair;

Superintendent of Food and Dairies;

Superintendent of Animal Industry;

Superintendent of Plant Industry:

Chief Veterinarian;

Chief Game and Fish Warden;

The Food Standard Commission, which shall consist of the Superino of Foods and Dairies and two officers designated as Food Standand officers.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR :

Assistant Director of Labor;
Chief Factory Inspector;

Superintendent of Free Employment Offices;

Chief Inspector of Private Employment Agencies;

The Industrial Commission, which shall consist of five officers desi nated as Industrial Officers.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of MINES AND MINERALS:

Assistant Director of Mines and Minerals;

The Mining Board, which shall consist of four officers designate as Mine Officers and the Director of the Department of Mines and Mi erals:

The Miners' Examining Board, which shall consist of four officer designated Miners' Examining Officers.

IN THE DEPARTMENT or PUBLIC Works AND BUILDINGs :

Assistant Director of Public Works and Building;
Superintendent of Highways;
Chief Highway Engineer;

Supervising Architect;

Supervising Engineer;
Superintendent of Waterways;
Superintendent of Printing;
Superintendent of Purchases and Supplies;
Superintendent of Parks.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WELFARE:

Assistant Director of Public Welfare;
Alienist;

Criminologist;

Fiscal Supervisor;
Superintendent of Charities;
Superintendent of Prisons;
Superintendent of Pardons and Paroles.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC HEALTH:

Assistant Director of Public Health;
Superintendent of Lodging House Inspection.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CoMMERCE:

Assistant Director of Trade and Commerce;

Superintendent of Insurance;

Fire Marshal;

Superintendent of Standards;

Cheif Grain Inspector;

The Public Utilities Commission, which shall consist of five officers, designated Public Utility Commissioners; o

Secretary of the Public Utilities Commission.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION:

Assistant Director of Registration and Education; Superintendent of Registration; The Normal School Board, which shall consist of nine officers, together With the Director of the Department and the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The above named officers, and each of them, shall, except as other*ise provided in this Act, be under the direction, supervision and conto of the Director of their respective departments, and shall perform such duties as such Director shall prescribe. $ 9. The executive and administrative officers whose offices are (staled by this Act, shall receive annual salaries, payable in equal monthly installments, as follows:

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE:

The Director of Finance shall receive seven thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Finance shall receive forty-two hundred dullars;

0|| The Administrative Auditor shall receive forty-eight hundred 10|ars; The Superintendent of Budget shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Department Reports shall receive thirty-six hundred dollars;

The Statistican [Statistician] shall receive four thousand dollars; Each Tax Commissioner shall receive six thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE:

The Director of Agriculture shall receive six thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Agriculture shall receive thirty-six hundied dollars; The General Manager of the State Fair shall receive thirty-six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Foods and Dairies shall receive forty-eight ulted dollars;

The Superintendent of Animal Industry shall receive thirty-six hulled dollars;

dr ontendent of Plant Industry shall receive thirty-six hunOllars;

The Chief Veterinarian shall receive forty-two hundred dollars;

* Chief Game and Fish Warden shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

* Food Standard Officer shall receive four hundred and fifty

dollars.
IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR :

The Director of Labor shall receive five thousand dollars; he Assistant Director of Labor shall receive three thousand dollars;

The Chief Factory Inspector shall receive three thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Free Employment Offices shall receive three thousand dollars; The Chief Inspector of Private Employment Agencies shall receive three thousand dollars; Each Industrial Officer shall receive five thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of MINES AND MINERALs:

The Director of Mines and Minerals shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Mines and Minerals shall receive three thousand dollars;

Each Mine Officer shall receive five hundred dollars;

Each Miners' Examining Officer shall receive one thousand eight hundred dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC Works AND BUILDINGs:

The Director of Public Works and Buildings shall receive seven thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Public Works and Buildings shall receive four thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Highways shall receive five thousand dollars; The Chief Highway Engineer shall receive five thousand dollars: The Supervising Architect shall receive four thousand dollars; The Supervising Engineer shall receive four thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Waterways shall receive five thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Printing shall receive five thousand dollars: The Superintendent of Purchases and Supplies shall receive five thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Parks shall receive twenty-five hundred dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE:

The Director of Public Welfare shall receive seven thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Public Welfare shall receive four thousand dollars; The Alienist shall receive five thousand dollars; The Criminologist shall receive five thousand dollars; The Fiscal Supervisor shall receive five thousand dollars; The Superintendent of Charities shall receive five thousand dollars: The Superintendent of Prisons shall receive five thousand dollars: The Superintendent of Pardons and Paroles shall receive five thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC HEALTH:

The Director of Public Health shall receive six thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Public Health shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Lodging House Inspection shall receive three thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CoMMERCE:

The Director of Trade and Commerce shall receive seven thousand dullars;

The Assistant Director of Trade and Commerce shall receive four thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Insurance shall receive five thousand dollars: * c :

The Fire Marshal shall receive three thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Standards shall receive twenty-five hundred dollars;

The Chief Grain Inspector shall receive five thousand dollars;

Each Public Utility Commissioner shall receive seven thousand dollars; The Secretary of the Public Utilities Commission shall receive four thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT of REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION: The Director of Registration and Education shall receive five thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Registration and Education shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars; The Superintendent of Registration shall receive four thousand two hundred dollars. § 13. Each officer whose office is created by this Act, except as otherwise specifically provided for in this Act, shall hold office for a term of four years from the second Monday in January next after the *ction of a Governor, and until his successor is appointed and qualified. Three members of the Normal School Board first appointed shall hold office until the second Monday in January, A. D. 1919, three until he second Monday in January, A. D. 1921, and three until the second Monday in January, A. D., 1923. After the expiration of the terms of o of those first appointed, their respective successors shall hold office or a term of six years. Of the Tax Commissioners first appointed one shall be appointed of a term of six years, one for a term of four years, and one for a term of two years, from the first day of July, A. D., 1919. Thereafter as to respective terms of office expire their respective successors shall hold "ice for a term of six years. - $ 39-a. The State Tax Commission created by this Act shall, in ": name, without any direction, supervision or control by the Director of Finance, exercise and discharge all duties now or hereafter imposed '' law on it with reference to the assessment of property for taxation.

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