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PUBLICATION OF NOTICE-COMPENSATION. f 1. Amends sections 91 and 95. Act

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(HOUSE BILL No. 149. APPROVED JUNE 16, 1919.) An Act to amend sections 91 and 95 of an Act entitled: An Act in

regard to the administration of estates," approved April 1, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, as amended.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois represented in the General Assembly: Sections 91 and 95 of an Act entitled: "An Act in regard to the administration of estates," approved April 1, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, as amended, are amended to read as follows:

§ 91. When it is necessary for the proper administration of the estate, the executor or administrator shall, as soon as convenient, after making the inventory and appraisement, sell at public sale all the personal property, goods and chattels of the decedent, when ordered to do so by the County Court, (not reserved to the widow, or included in specific legacies and bequests, when the sale of such legacies and bequests is not necessary to pay debts,) upon giving three weeks notice of the time and place of such sale, by at least four advertisements, set up in the most public places in the county where the sale is to be made, or by inserting an advertisement in some newspaper published in the county where the sale is to be made, at least four weeks successively previous thereto. The sale may be upon a credit of not less than six nor more than twelve months time, by taking note with good security of the purchasers at such sale. The sale may be for all cash, or part cash and part on time: Provided, that any part or all of such personal property ma'. where so directed by the court, be sold at private sale: Provided. further, that when the County Court finds that it is for the best interest of the estate that the personal property, or any portion thereof, should be sold without delay, said court may order that such personal property shall be sold at public auction on not less than five days notice of the time and place of such sale, such notice to be posted in four of the most public places in the county where the sale is to be had.

$95. In all public sales of such property, the executor or admin. istrator may employ necessary clerks, who shall receive such compensation as the court may deem reasonable for their services, not exceeding five dollars per day, and also a crier or auctioneer who shall receive such compensation as the court may deem reasonable, not exceeding twentyfive dollars per day, to be paid by such executor or administrator and charged to the estate.

APPROVED June 16, 1919.

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(Senate Bill No. 343. APPROVED JUNE 10, 1919.) An Act to amend sections 6 and 63 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 7th, 1917, in force July 1, 1917.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Sections 6 and 63 of an Act entitled, “An Act in relation to the civil administration of the State government, and to repeal certain Acts therein named,” are amended to read as follows:

$ 6. Advisory and non-executive boards, in the respective departments, are created as follows:

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE:

A board of Agricultural Advisors, composed of fifteen persons, and à board of State Fair Advisors consisting of nine persons, not more than three of whom shall be appointed from any one county.

five persons;

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: A board of Illinois Free Employment Office Advisors, composed of

A board of local Illinois Free Employment Office Advisors, for each free employment office, composed of five persons on each local board.

IN TUE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS:

A board of Art Advisors, composed of eight persons ;
A board of Water Resource Advisors, composed of five persons;
A board of Highway Advisors, composed of five persons;
A board of Park and Buildings Advisors, composed of five persons.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE: A board of Public Welfare Commissioners, composed of five persons.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHI:

A board of Public Health Advisors, composed of five persons.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION :

A board of Natural Resources and Conservative [Conservation Advisors, composed of seven persons ;

A board of State Museum Advisors, composed of five persons;

The Immigrants Commission, composed of five members, one of whom shall be the Director of the Department of Registration and Education.

The members of each of the above named boards shall be officers.

$ 63. The board of Natural Resources and Conservation, acting through five or more subcommittees each of which shall be composed of the Director of Registration and Education, the President of the University of Illinois, or his representative, and the expert adviser sadvisor] specially qualified in each of the fields of investigation, shall :

1. Consider and decide all matters pertaining to natural history, geology, water and water resources, forestry, and allied research, investigational and scientific work;

2. Select and appoint, without reference to the State Civil Service Law, members of the scientific staff, prosecuting and research, investigational and scientific work;

3. Co-operate with the University of Illinois in the use of scientific staff and equipment;

4. Co-operate with the various departments in research, investigational and scientific work useful in the prosecution of the work in any department.

The Board of State Museum Advisors shall advise the Director of Education and Registration in all matters pertaining to maintenance, extension and usefulness of the State museum.

The Immigrants Commission shall:

1. Make a survey of the immigrant, alien born and foreign speaking people of the State, and of their distribution, conditions of employment, and standards of housing and living;

2. Examine into their economic, financial and legal customs, their provisions for insurance and other prudential arrangements, their social organization, and their educational needs; keeping in friendly and sympathetic touch with alien groups and co-operating with State and local officials, and with immigrant or related authorities of other states and of the United States.

APPROVED June 10, 1919.

CIVIL ADMINISTRATIVE CODE-STATE TAX COMMISSION.

$ 13.

1 Amends sections 5, 9 and 13; add 3

Term of office. section 39a, Act of 1917.

$39a. State Tax Commissio. 5. Creates offices names.

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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 390.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, pe presented in the General Assembly: Sections 5, 9, and 13 of an Act -ntitled, "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 secutive 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 desgnated 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 Superintendent of Foods and Dairies and two officers designated as Food Stand

ard 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 DEPARTJENT OF 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;

Secretary of the Public Utilities Commission.

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