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Ninth—To dismiss and remove any teacher, whenever in their o he is not qualified to teach, or whenever in their opinion the hterests of the school may require it. , Tenth—To apportion the pupils of the several schools. Eleventh—To prepare and publish annually in some newspaper, or in pamphlet form, a report including the school attendance in the Fear preceding, the program of studies, the number of persons between the ages of twelve and twenty-one unable to read and write, and a statement of the receipts and expenditures, with the balance on hand. Thirteenth—To request the trustees of schools, in writing, to convey any real estates [real estate] or interests therein used for school purposes, or held in trust for schools. APPRov ED June 30, 1919.

UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, ETC.

# 1. Adds section 1-a, Act of 1874. § 1 -a. Proceedings to dissolve institution.

(House BILL No. 549. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend “An Act to revise the law in relation to universities, colleges, academies, and other institutions of learning,” approved March 24, 1874, in force July 1, 1874.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That “An Act to revise the law in relation to universities, colleges, and academies, and other institutions of learning,” approved March 24, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, le and the same is hereby amended by adding thereto a section to be Known as section 1-a, as follows:

$ 1-a. That if any corporation mentioned in section 1 of this Act, that has been incorporated at the request of any person who has given or devised property for the purpose of establishing and maintaining any institution mentioned in section 1 of this Act, heretofore has or hereafter shall divert such gift or devise to any purpose other than the specific purpose for which it was given or devised, or, if it shall become impracticable to maintain such institution, or, if such corporation shall be guilty of a mis-user or non-user of its principal corporation franchises, then a bill in chancery may be filed in the Circuit Court of the county in which such institution is located, or in the county where any real estate that was given or devised to such institution, is situated, against such corporation, in the name of the People of the State of Illinois, upon the relation of the Attorney General, State's attorney, or the donor of the property given or devised, or the heirs at law of any deceased donor, and a summons may thereupon issue to any county in the State for said corporation, and the practice shall be the same as other proceedings in chancery; and upon a hearing, if the facts alleged in the bill are proven, the court shall enter a decree dissolving the corporation, and vesting the title in any property, so given or devised, in the donor thereof, or in case of his death, in his heirs at law then surviving.

APPROVED June 28, 1919.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. o § 1. Acceptance Federal Vocational $ 4. Duties of Board of Vocational Education Law. Education. o § 2. Establishing Board of Vocational § 5. State Treasurer custodian of all IEducation. money s—how drawn. § 3. Members of Board to serve with- § 6. Emergency.

out compensation.
(SENATE BILL No. 22. APPROVED MARCH 6, 1919. )

AN ACT in relation to vocational education. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That all of the provisions and benefits of an act of Congress entitled, “An Act to provide for the promotion of vocational education; to provide for cooperation with the states in the promotion of such education in agriculture and the trades and industries; to provide for cooperation with the states in the preparation of teachers of vocational subjects; and to appropriate money and regulate its expenditures,” approved February 23, 1917, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Federal Vocational Education Law, are hereby accepted by the State of Illinois. § 2. There is hereby established the Board of Vocational Education. The Board of Vocational Education shall consists of the Director of Registration and Education, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Director of Agriculture, the Director of Labor, and the Director of Trade and Commerce. The Director of Registration and Education shall be the chairman of the Board of Vocational Education, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be its executive officer. The Director of Registration and Education, the Director of Agriculture, the Director of Labor, the Director of Trade and Commerce, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, shall serve as members of the Board for Vocational Education during the respective terms of office for which they shall have been appointed or elected, as the case may be. § 3. The members of the Board for Vocational Education shall serve without compensation, but they shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of duties under the provisions of this Act. § 4. The Board for Vocational Education shall have power and it shall be its duty: (a) To cooperate with the Federal Board for Vocational Education in the administration of the provisions of the Federal Vocational Education Law, to the extent and in the manner therein provided : (b) To promote and aid in the establishment of schools and classes of the types and standards provided for in the plans of the Board for Vocational Education, as approved by the Federal Board for Vocational Education, and to cooperate with State and local school authorities in the maintenance of such schools and classes: (c) To conduct and prepare investigations and studies in relation to vocational education and to publish the results of such investigations and studies:

(d) Upon the recommendation of the executive officer to appoint, without reference to any civil service law which is now or which hereafter may be in force in this State, such technical assistants as may be necessary, and to prescribe their duties, compensation and terms of employment; (e) Upon the recommendation of the executive officer to appoint, without reference to the provisions of any civil service law which is now or which hereafter may be in force in this State, such clerks and Stenographers and other employees as may be necessary, and to prescribe their duties, compensation and terms of employment; (f) To promulgate reasonable rules and regulations relating to the enforcement of the provisions of this Act; (g) To report, in writing, to the Governor, annually on or before the first day of December, and at such other times and in such manner and upon such subjects as the Governor may require. The annual report shall contain (1) a statement of the extent to which vocational education has been established and maintained in the State; (2) a statement of the existing condition of vocational education in the State; (3) a statement of suggestions and recommendations with reference to the development of vocational education in the State; and (4) an itemized statement of the amounts of money received from Federal and State sources, and of the objects and purposes to which the respective items of these several amounts have been devoted; and (h) To make such reports to the Federal Board for Vocational Education as may be required by the provisions of the Federal Vocational Education Law, and by the rules and regulations of the Federal Board of Education. § 5. The State Treasurer shall act as the custodian of all moneys allotted to this State under the provisions of the Federal Vocational Education Law. These moneys shall be kept by the State Treasurer in a separate fund, to be known as “The Federal Vocational Education Fund” and shall be paid out only upon the requisition of the Board for Vocational Education, in the manner hereinafter provided. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw warrants upon the State Treasurer against “The Federal Voeational Education Fund.” upon vouchers certified to as correct by the executive officer of the Board for Vocational Education and approved by the Department of Finance. § 6. Because of an emergency, this Act shall take effect upon its passage. APPROVED March 6, 1910.

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SEARCH AND SEIZURE. - * ENFORCEMENT OF LIQUOR LAWS. • § 1. Definitions of words and phrases § 13. Liquor to be used as stated, is: used. record—kept in original labeled . . vessel—penalty. § 2. Permit for manufacture and sale of liquor—form. § 14. Forging signature — destroying - it r. § 3. Purposes for which liquor may record or label—penalt | be manufactured. $ 15, what declared common nuis§ 4. Sale of compounds or tablets ances—penalty. prohibited. § 16. Complaint for search warrant§ 5. Advertising prohibited. form. | $ 6. Shipment or transportation of $ 17. Search warrant—form—removal liquor. during night. $ 7. Record of shipments — form — - fficer's return upon warrant – subject to inspection—penalty § 18. O #. *not Fo to all Suits for false record. for recovery of liquor. $ 8. Penalty for violation of certain s 19. C - - omplaint of officer, serving sections of Act. x search warrant—evidence. § 9. When druggists may keep and so d f testify- - dispense liquor — record — la- $ 20. No person excuse o est abel — form of purchaser's ap- §. because of self-incrimina plication to druggist. - - 21. Maintaining common nuisance § 10. Peony for violation of section § shall work forfeiture of rights - of lessee or tenant. § 11. Pharmacists — penalty f noncompliance o to rocoon s 22. Owner of building , or premises of certificate. not to permit or keep common nuisance. § 12. Physicians — prescription — pen

Prosecutions and proceedings —

§ 23.
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alty for violation—revocation
of license.

(SENATE BILL No. 130. APPROVED JUNE 21, 1919.)

AN ACT to restrict the manufacture, possession and use of intoricating liquor within prohibition territory.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the words and phrases mentioned in this section, as used in this Act and in proceedings pursuant hereto, shall, unless the same be inconsistent with the context, be construed as follows:

“Carrier” shall include only common carriers of property who have filed their schedules of rates with, and are operating under the jurisdiction of the State Public Utilities Commission; and draymen, expressmen and carters, who are common carriers of property and operating under a license from the city, village or incorporated town within which they operate; and common carriers of property which are owned or operated by any city of this State.

“Druggist” shall mean the proprietor of a retail drug store, pharmacy or apothecary, who is duly authorized by law to sell intoxicating liquor within prohibition territory, for medicinal, mechanical, sacra. mental, chemical and manufacturing purposes, and also the registered o in personal charge of the pharmacy in any homa fide hos. pital.

“Highway” shall mean any water course, lake, aerial way, railroad, road, alley, path or way which is open to the use of the public.

“Intoxicating Liquor or Liquors” shall include all distilled, spirituous, vinous, fermented or malt liquors which contain more than onehalf of one per cent by volume of alcohol and all alcoholic liquids, compounds and preparations, whether proprietary, patented or not, which are potable and which are capable of or suitable for being used as a beverage.

“Judge” shall mean judge, justice of the peace or police magistrate.

“Police officer” shall include all sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, constables, marshals, policemen, mayors, aldermen, presidents and trustees of villages and towns, city and village commissioners and all other conservators of the peace.

“Prohibition Territory” shall mean any and all territory in this State within which, by, under or through any ordinance of any municipality or any statute or statutes of this State, or any statute or statutes of the United States, the sale of intoxicating liquor or the licensing of such sale, is prohibited with or without exceptions or limitations: Provided, the phrase “prohibition territory” shall not be construed to include territory within which a municipal ordinance, providing for the granting of dramshop licenses within such territory, is in force and not suspended: Provided, however, that during the period that any statute of the United States prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquor is in force, all ordinances providing for the granting of dramshop licenses shall be suspended.

§ 2. Whoever, under this Act, manufactures, sells or keeps for sale any intoxicating liquor for medicinal, sacramental, chemical, mechanical or manufacturing purposes, in prohibition territory, shall first secure from the Attorney General of this State a permit to manufacture, sell or keep for sale, such intoxicating liquor. Any person desiring to obtain a permit as herein provided, shall file a written ap\lication with the Attorney General, giving his name and address, nature of his business, and full statement of grounds on which apoion is made. Such permit shall be in substantially the following OTm :

STATE OF II, LINOIS
OFFICE of THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.

This is to certify that. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , located * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (house or building number and street) in the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (city or village) of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , in the county of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois, is authorized for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of this permit, to. . . . . . (manufacture, sell or keep for sale) intoxicating liquor for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (medicinal, sacramental, chemical, mechanical or manufacturing) purDOSes at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (house or building number and street) in the * - - - - - - - - - - - - - (city or village) of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , in the county of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois. Subject to the provisions of all State or Inited States statutes or municipal ordinances, affecting the manufac

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