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on or before the fifteenth day of November of each year to the Department of Agriculture. Such appropriations shall be divided betwee: such county fairs or agricultural societies which shall have complied with the conditions herein prescribed upon the following basis: First: 60% of the first $1,000.00 Second: 50% of the second $1,000.00 Third: 40% of the next $2,000.00 and Fourth: 30% on all in excess of $4,000.00 of the total amount of premiums paid at its annual fair for the current year for exhibits of horticulture, agriculture, poultry, live stock, and domestic and mechanica. arts. On or before the 15th day of November of each year the president and secretary of each county fair or agricultural society claiming the benefit of any such appropriation shall file with the Department of Agriculture a sworn statement of the actual amount of cash premiums paid at the fair for the current season, which statement must correspond with the published offer of premiums, and that at such fair all gambling and gambling devices of whatsoever kind and the sale of intoxicating liquors have been prohibited and excluded from the grounds of such county fair or agricultural societies, and on adjacent grounds under their authority or control. Such statement shall be accompanied by an itemized list of all premiums paid upon the basis of the premiums herein provided and a copy of the published premium list of such fair and a full statement of receipts and expenditures for the current year duly verified by the secretary of such fair or agricultural society. If, however, the amount appropriated by the General Assembly for the payment of the respective premiums shall be insufficient to pay the several amounts in full, then the sum shall be pro rated amongst all the fairs entitled thereto. (2) No appropriations made to any agricultural, live stock, scientific or benevolent society shall be used for the payment of the salary of any officer of such society. (3) The appropriation made to the Department of Agriculture for the payment of county agricultural advisors shall be distributed equally among the several county agricultural advisors of this State to apply upon the salaries of the county agricultural advisers upon the following conditions: (a) Upon the same proof and subject to like rules and regulations as are prescribed by the United States government for the disbursements of public funds for the same purposes; (b) That the several county agricultural advisors preserve the qualifications required by the United States Department of Agriculture for similar work. § 29. The salary and wages of all regular employees of the State, receiving an annual compensation, shall be due and pavable from the State in equal monthly installments on the last day of each calendar month. In making payments for a fractional part of a month, that part of the monthly rate shall be paid represented by a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days employed and the denominator the full number of days in the month. In employments in connection with
the educational, charitable, penal or reformatory institutions of a teaching or professorial nature, a teaching or professional year may be substituted for a calendar year. $ 30. No officer, institution, department, board or commission shall contract any indebtedness on behalf of the State, nor assume to bind the State in an amount in excess of the money appropriated, unless expressly authorized by law. § 31. Whenever a contract liability, except for personal services, equaling or exceeding one thousand dollars in amount, shall be incurred y any officer, department, institution, board or commission provided for by “The Civil Administrative Code,” a copy of such contract, with all the plans and specifications accompanying the same, shall within five days thereafter, be filed in the office of the Department of Finance. § 32. The following Act is hereby repealed: “An Act to change the fiscal year of the State and designate the time reports shall be made to the Governor by the Secretary of State, Auditor of Public Accounts, State. Treasurer, Adjutant General, State Entomologist, Commissioners of the Penitentiary, Trustees of the Industrial University, Trustees of the Normal Universities, the State Board of Agriculture, the Trustees of the Reform School, the Board of Public Charities and the Trustees of the State Charitable Institutions,” approved March 29, 1875, in force July 1, 1875. APPROVED June 10, 1919.
CITY OF JACKSON VILLE.
§ 1. State to convey certain lands to $ 3. Emergency. the city of Jacksonville.
# 2. Land to be used for securing adequate water supply - shall furnish water to State institutions located therein — amount to be paid to State.
(House BILL No. 114. APPRoved APRIL 4, 1919.) AN Act to authorize the transfer by the State to the city of Jacksontille, of certain real estate situated in the said city of Jacksonville.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Subject to the conditions hereinafter prescribed, the Department of Public Welfare shall convey, transfer and deed to the city of Jacksonville, all the right, title and interest that the State of Illinois has in and to the following described parcels of real estate:
Lots three (3), seven (?), eight (8), nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11) and twelve (12), and that part of Lots two (?), four (4), five (5) and six (6) lying east of the center of the Chicago & Alton Railroad Company's right of way, all in Block elyen (11), in Lurton & Kedzie's Addition to the city of Jacksonville, Illinois, except one (1) acre off of the north ends of Lots three (3) and that part of Lot two (2) above described.
§ 2. The conditions attending the transfer of the several parcels of rolestate herein described are: (a) The city of Jacksonville shall
build a dam on said real estate for the purpose of impounding water and shall otherwise use said real estate in such manner as may be necessary for the purpose of securing an adequate water supply for said city, and shall make no other use thereof whatsoever. (b) The city of Jacksonville shall furnish the State institutions located in said city, with all necessary supplies of water, at a cost never to exceed the rate charged by said city for water furnished to railroad, public service and manufacturing corporations. (c) The city of Jacksonville shal pay to the State of Illinois, the annual sum of three hundred dollars ($300.00), payable in monthly installments of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). The installments so due shall be paid by deducting the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25,00) from each monthly statement rendered to the Jacksonville State Hospital by the city of Jacksonville for water furnished to that institution by said city. § 3. Because of an emergency, this Act shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval. . ApprovKD April 4, 1910.
§ 1. State Treasurer to deposit with- § 13. When money deposited with inin five days. o depositaries may be used.
How interest shall be credited.
- § 14. How interest computed — when § 3. Sealed proposals for deposit of remitted to State treasury. public money — publication of notice—definition of “regularly § 15. When approved bank shall be
established” bank. disqualified. $ 4. Two classes of depositaries — § 16. Depositarv to make statement separate proposals. in duplicate. $ 5. What proposals shall state — $ 17. State Treasurer to keen record - sealed and labeled. showing account with each depositary.
§ 6. Proposals, to be publicly opened within ten days. § 18. State Treasurer to make monthly report to Governor. $ 7. Proposals may be approved or p r rejected by State Treasurer— § 19. This Act not to prevent State endorsements. Treasurer from paying obli:
$ 8. State Treasurer to issue list of gations, etc.
banks approved as State de- $ 20. Only to pay surch interest as positaries. shall be paid for the benefit
$ 9. Approval shall not confer right. of the State. upon bank to receive deposits $ 21. The making of a personal proft of public money. deemed a felony—penalty.
$ 10. Bank to deposit securities with § 22. Removal of securities—misapproState Treasurer. - priation.
§ 11. What State Treasurer may ac- § 23. Penalty for violation of Act.
§ 12. Upon failure to pay over money, State Treasurer may sell securities—notice — actions may be brought to enforce claims.
(HOUSE BILL No. 196. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.) AN ACT in relation to State moneys. - * SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois. represented in the General Issembly: That the State Treasurer shao
deposit all moneys received by him on account of the State within five days after receiving the same in such banks of the State as may be authorized to receive such deposits under the terms of this Act. The money so deposited shall be placed to the account of the State Treasurer. § 2. All interest received or paid on account of money in the State treasury belonging to or for the use of the State so deposited in banks, shall be the property of the State of Illinois. If any moneys held in special funds in the State treasury, not belonging to the State, shall be deposited in banks pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the interest received thereon shall be credited to the special fund so deposited. § 3. The State Treasurer shall, on the first Monday of February of the year A. D. 1921, and on the first Monday of August of each year thereafter, cause a notice to be sent to each regularly established National and State bank doing business in this State, indicating that on a date named therein not less than one month after the date of such notice, he will receive sealed proposals for the deposit of the public moneys in his custody or control. Such notice shall also be published at least once in one newspaper of general circulation, printed and published at the county seat of each county in the State, such publication to be made at least 15 days before the date named as the last date upon which proposals are to be received. A “regularly established” National or State bank is hereby defined to mean a bank which has been doing business in the State and has furnished at least two sworn statements of resources and liabilities to the Comptroller of the Currency, or to the Auditor of Public Accounts prior to the date upon which the proposals provided for herein are to be received. § 4. There shall be two classes of depositaries, active and inactive, and separate proposals shall be obtained for each class. In calling for proposals the State Treasurer shall indicate that separate quotations of rates of interest may be made upon such State moneys as shall be deposited in such bank and permitted to remain without diminution for thirty, sixty or ninety days, or for longer periods. § 5. Each proposal shall state whether for active or inactive deposits, the amount of deposits sought by such proposals, and the rate of interest such bank will pay on daily balances. Each proposal shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the name of the bank and labelled, “proposal for deposit of State moneys.” § 6. Within ten days after the last day named for the receipt of proposals, such proposals shall be publicly opened by the State Treasurer in the presence of the Auditor of Public Accounts, and the Director of Finance. The State Treasurer may reject any and all proposals, and may ask for new or additional proposals. § 3. Proposals made may either be approved or rejected by the State Treasurer. Before approving any proposal the State Treasurer shall obtain the last official statement of resources and liabilities of each bank submitting a proposal, as reported to the Comptroller of the Currency or to the Auditor of Public Accounts, as the case may bo.
If the treasurer shall approve a proposal he shall endorse thereon the word “Approved,” and if he shall reject a proposal he shall endorse thereon the word “Rejected,” followed in each case by his signature and the date thereof. A bank whose proposal is approved shall be eligible to become a State depositary for the class of funds covered by its proposal. A bank whose proposal is rejected shall not be so eligible. The State Treasurer shall seek to have at all times not less than twenty banks which are approved as State depositaries for inactive moneys. § 8. All proposals shall be filed in the office of the State Treasurer, and shall be open at all reasonable hours to public inspection. The State Treasurer shall publish in pamphlet form a list of the banks approved as State depositaries of public moneys, with a statement of the rate of interest offered by each, and the coass of deposit for which its proposal was annroved, which pamphlet shall be for general distribution by the State Treasurer. § 9. The approval of any proposal shall confer no right upon any bank to receive deposits of public money. § 10. No moneys in the State treasury shall be deposited in any bank approved as a depositary under the terms of this Act until such bank shall have deposited securities with the State Treasurer equal in market value to the amount of moneys deposited. § 11. As security the State Treasurer may, in his discretion, accept bonds of the United States, of this State or of any county, city or town of this State, school bonds and bonds of boards of education or State and municipal bonds of other states, or bonds or notes secured by mortgages or trust deeds on unencumbered real estate located in this State, such real estate worth at least double the sum invested or loaned. Securities other than bonds of the United States, or of this State, or of counties, cities and towns of this State, shall be accepted at not exceeding ninety per cent of their market value. All securities shall be subject to acceptance only upon approval of the State Treasurer. With the increase or reduction of the amount of State money on deposit, there may be an increase or reduction in the amount of securities so deposited and the State Treasurer may require additional securities in case of the depreciation of securities so deposited with him. A bank shall have a right to demand and receive securities on deposit by it in excess of those required to protect deposits of State moneys under the terms of this Act. § 12. All securities deposited by approved banks under the provisions of this Act shall remain the property of the banks depositing such securities, and may be stamped by the bank so as to indicate that such securities are deposited as collateral. Should the depositary fail or refuse to pay over the moneys, or any part thereof, deposited with it, the State Treasurer may sell such securities upon giving 30 days notice to the depositary bank of his intention so to sell such securities. Such sale shall transfer absolute ownership of the securities so sold to the vendee thereof. The surplus, if any, over the amount due to the State and the expenses of the sale shall be paid to the depositary. Artions may be brought in the name of the People of the State of Illinois