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transported in violation of any provision of any statute or municipal ordinance of this State, or any statute of the United States, the sume. with the vessels, implements, furniture and vehicles seized therexith shall be adjudged forfeited and ordered forthwith destroyed in the manner in which the judge or court may direct, and the officer exacuting such order shall make return thereon to such judge or court is to his doings in the premises; otherwise the same shall be returned to the lawful owner thereof. If it shall appear that there was no probab. cause for swearing out the search warrant, the costs may be taxed against the complainant and execution awarded therefor.
§ 20. No person shall be excused from testifying or giving eridence before any grand jury or in any action, proceedings or prose(lltion relative to any violation of this Act, on the ground that his testimony or evidence might or would tend to incriminate him, but no such testimony or evidence shall in any manner be used against him in any action or prosecution for any crime, misdemeanor or forfeiture under any law or municipal ordinance of this state, except for perjury committed in giving his testimony or evidence: Provided, that such immunity shall extend only to a natural person, who in obedience to a subpoena, gives testimony under oath or produces evidence, doclimentary or otherwise, under oath.
$ 21. If any lessee or tenant of any building or premises uses such building or premises, or any part thereof in maintaining a common nuisance, as defined in this Act, or permits such use by another, such use shall work a forefeiture of all rights of the lessee or tenant, and render void the lease or contract of rent upon such building or premises, and shall cause the right of possession to forthwith revert to the owner or lessor, who may make immediate entry upon the premises or may avail himself of any and all remedies, either at law or in equity.
Š 22. Whoever knowingly permits any building or premises, or any part thereof, owned or leased by him, or under his control, to be used to keep or maintain a common nuisance, as defined in this Act, or after being notified of such use, omits to take all reasonable measures to eject therefrom the person so using the same, shall be deemed guilty of keeping and maintaining such common nuisance and shall be punished accordingly.
§ 23. In all prosecutions and proceedings under this Act, by indictment, information, complaint or otherwise, it shall not be necessary to state the kind, nor the quantity of intoxicating liquor, manufactured, kept for sale, used, disposed of, or transported; nor to describe the place where the offense was committed, except that nuisances and places to be searched shall be described in the manner herein provided; nor to show the knowledge of the principal to convict for the acts of an agent, clerk or servant. All courts in this State shall take judicial notice of all prohibition territory. If any person shall be convicted of violating any provision of this Act and shall subsequently violate any provision of this Act, it shall not be necessary to set out such former conviction at length, but it shall be sufficient to state jul that regard, the time when and the name of the court where such former
onviction was had. All record books of carriers and druggists, statenents, prescriptions, and waybills used in handling, shipping, transporting, delivering or dispensing any intoxicating liquor, under this Act, or a sworn or examined copy thereof, shall be prima facie evilence of the facts therein stated in all courts of this State. The issuance if the internal revenue special tax stamp or receipt by the United States to any person as a wholesale or retail dealer in liquors or in inalt liquors at any place within prohibition territory shall be prima facie evidence of the keeping for sale of intoxicating liquor by such person at such place; or at any place of business of such person within prohibition territory where such stamp or receipt is posted and at the time charged in any suit or prosecution under this Act: Provided, such time is within the life of such stamp or receipt. If any fluid in or about any place for the search of which a warrant has been issued or is about to be issued, be poured out or otherwise destroyed at the time or before such place is searched, manifestly for the purpose of preventing its seizure, such pouring or destruction shall be prima facie pvidence that such fluid was intoxicating liquor and was then and there kept or transported in violation of this Act.
APPROVED June 21, 1919.
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
§ 4. Adjutant General to award service during war with Ger
Rules and regulations-Adjutant
General to make.
(SENATE Bill No. 331. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)
An Act to authorize the award of medals to persons from the State
of Illinois who were engaged in the military or naval service of the United States during the war between the United States and the Imperial German Government.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Bronze medals with suitable device shall be awarded to residents of this State who have been engaged in the military or naval service of the United States during the war between the United States and the Imperial German Government.
§ 2. Such medals shall be awarded only to commissioned officers, noncommissioned officers and privates in the military and naval service of the United States :
(a) Whose service in the army or navy shall have been honorable, in case they are not discharged at the time such medals are to be awarded ; or
(b) Who have been honorably discharged from such service.
$ 3. The medals provided for in this Act shall be of one design approved by the Adjutant General.
$ 4. It shall be the duty of the Adjutant General to prepare a list of the names and addresses of all persons entitled to medals under the provisions of this Act, and to award medals to all such persons.
§ 5. The Adjutant General shall have power to make reasonable rules and regulations pertaining to the administration of the prorisioniof this Act.
APPROVED June 28, 1919.
Appropriations paid from special 25. Appropriation-when available. funds.
$26. Appropriations--when made for a Warrants—to be paid only on
specific sum per annum, etc.presentation of itemized
when available. vouchers—not to prevent payment of State Fair premiums $ 27. Warrants in payment of conand prizes.
tracts and liabilities — when
$ 28. Appropriations to county fairs whom certified and approved.
- requirements — not to be
used for salary of officers Appropriation for fixed charges
county agricultural advisors. by whom certified and approved.
Salaries and wages—payable on
last day of month-fraction Vouchers for traveling expenses
of month-teaching or profes. -requirements.
sional year. Appropriations how classified. $ 30. Amount of appropriation not to
be exceeded. "Salaries and wages" defined.
$31. Contracts_when and where copy "Office expenses" defined.
shall be filed.
§ 32. Repeal.
An Act in relation to State finance. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: The fiscal year of this State shall commence on the first day of July and close on the thirtieth day of June. The first fiscal year under this Act shall commence on the first day of July, A. D. 1919, and the current fiscal year is hereby abridged to end on the thirtieth day of June, A. D. 1919.
$ 2. Whenever the constitution or any statute, in term or effect, requires a report or account to be made or rendered by any officer, department, institution, board or commission for a year, such report or account, so far as it relates to receipts and disbursements of money, shall be for the preceding fiscal year, unless the calendar year be expressly mentioned.
$ 3. Each officer of the executive department and all public institutions of the State shall, at least ten days preceding each regular session of the General Assembly, make and deliver to the Governor a biennial report of their acts and doings, respectively, arranged so as to show the acts and doings of each fiscal year separately, closing with the fiscal year preceding each regular session of the General Assembly. § 4.
All money, belonging to or for the use of the State, paid into the treasury thereof, not belonging to any special fund in the State treasury, shall constitute the general revenue fund.
Until otherwise provided by law, the following special funds in the State treasury shall be continued :
(1) The fire prevention fund;
The common school fund;
The waterway fund;
$ 6. The gross or total proceeds, receipts and income of all industrial operations at the several penal and reformatory institutions, the Lincoln State School and Colony, the Illinois Charitable Eve and Ear Infirmary and the Illinois Industrial Home for the Blind shall be covered into the State treasury into a special fund to be known as "The Working Fund.” “Industrial operations," as herein used, shall mean and include the operation of such State institutions, producing, by the use of materials, supplies and labor, goods, wares or merchandise to be sold.
$ %. All appropriations, unless otherwise herein specified, shall be paid from the general revenue fund.
§ 8. Appropriations, including deficiency appropriations, for the following activities shall be payable from special funds in the State treasury, as follows:
(1) For all expenses incident to the fire marshal division of the Department of Trade and Commerce, from the fire prevention fund;
(2) For the support and maintenance of the University of Illinois, from the University of Illinois fund, unless otherwise specifically provided;
For refunding excess taxes for the University of Illinois, from the University of Illinois fund;
(4) For the enlargement, maintenance or extension of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, from the Illinois and Michigan Canal fund:
(5) For the distribution of the common school fund to the several counties and for the payment of salaries and expenses of county
superintendents of schools and the amount to be paid into the Illino State teachers' pension and retirement fund, and for the refund of excess taxes paid into the common school fund, from the commol school fund;
(6) For the construction and maintenance of the State aid and Federal aid roads, and for the payment of principal and interest on any bonds which may be issued, from the road fund;
For working capital, from the working fund. § 9. No warrant shall be issued by the Auditor of Public Accounts for the the payment of money from the State treasury without the presentation of itemized vouchers showing that obligations have been incurred against such appropriation. This section shall not be construed to prevent the Auditor of Public Accounts from issuing a warrant on the State Treasurer, nor to prevent the State Treasurer paying such warrant, for premiums and prizes offered at the State Fair by the Department of Agriculture upon the certificate of the Director of the Department of Agriculture that premiums and prizes to the amount named in such certificate are outstanding.
$ 10. When an appropriation shall have been made by the General Assembly for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the operation, maintenance and administration of the several offices, departments, institutions, boards, commissions and agencies of the State government, the Auditor of Public Accounts shall draw his warrant on the State Treasurer for the payment of the same upon the presentation of itemized vouchers, issued, certified, and approved, as follows: For andropriations to
(1) Elective State officers in the executive department, certified and approved by such officers, respectively;
(2) The Supreme Court, to be certified and approved by the Chief Justice thereof;
(3) Appellate courts, to be certified and approved by the Chief Justice of such courts;
(4) The State Senate, to be certified and approved by the President;
(5) The House of Representatives, to be certified and approved by the Speaker;
(6) Clerks of courts, certified and approved by the clerk incurring expenditure;
(7) The departments under the civil administrative code, to be certified and approved by the Department of Finance;
(8) The University of Illinois, to be certified to by the president and secretary of the Board of Trustees of the University of Ilinois, with the corporate seal of the University attached thereto;
(9) The Adjutant General, to be certified to by the Adjutant General and approved by the Department of Finance:
(10) All other officers, boards, commissions and agencies of the State government, certified to by such officer or by the president or chairman and secretary or by the executive officer of such board, commission or agency and approved by the Department of Finance;