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LAWS OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.
ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES.
§ 1. Amends section 105 Act of 1872. § 105. Provides that thirty days must intervene.
(House BILL No. 782. APPROVED JUNE 26, 1917.)
AN ACT to amend section 105 of an Act entitled, “An Act in regard to the administration of estates,” approved April 1, 1872; in force July 1, 1872. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section 105 of an Act entitled, “An Act in regard to the administration of estates,” approved April 1, 1872; in force July 1, 1872, be amended to read as follows: § 105. The notice required in the preceding section may be given at any time after the filing of the petition, and shall be published once in each week for four successive weeks, and no default or proceeding shall be taken against any defendant not served with summons, and not appearing, unless thirty days shall intervene between the first publication, as aforesaid, and the first day of the term at which such default or proceeding is proposed to be taken. APPROVED June 26, 1917.
PROCEEDINGS TO SELL REAL ESTATE OF DECEDENTS TO PAY DEBTS.
§ 1. Constructive notice to be from time of filing bill of complaint or petition—who deemed subsequent purchaser—notice as to property outside of county where suit is brought.
(House BILI, No. 343. APPRoved JUNE 11, 1917.)
AN ACT concerning constructive notice of suits in equity, proceedings to sell real property of decedents to pay debts, or other suits in the nature
of suits in equity, involving real property. SECTION 1... Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That every suit in equity, proceeding to sell real estate of decedent to pay debts, or other suit in the nature of suits in equity, affecting or involving real property, shall, from the time of the filing of the bill of complaint or petition, be constructive notice to every person subsequently acquiring an interest in or a lien on the property affected thereby and every such person and every person acquiring an interest or lien as aforesaid, not in possession of said property and whose interest or lien is not shown of record at the time of filing such bill of complaint or petition, shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed a subsequent purchaser and shall be bound by the proceedings to the same extent and in the same manner as if he were a party thereto. If in any such suit, complainant or petitioner shall neglect or fail for the period of six months after the filing of the bill or petition, to cause notice to be given the defendant or defendants, either by service of summons or publication as required by law, then such bill or petition shall cease to be such constructive notice until service of summons or publication as required by law, is had. Provided, however, that no such suit or proceeding shall be constructive notice as aforesaid, either before or after service of summons or publication, as to property situated outside of the county where the suit or proceeding is brought, nor shall subsequent purchasers be bound thereby, as aforesaid, until a notice setting forth the title of the cause, the court where it was brought, a description of the real estate affected thereby, and the general object thereof, which may be stated briefly and in general terms, shall be filed in the office of the recorder of deeds in the county where such property is located. APPROVED June 11, 1917.
ADMINISTRATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT.
THE CIVIL ADMINISTRATIVE CODE.
GENERAL PROVISIONs. § 19. Seal. § 1. Title of Act. $ 20. Employment, subject to civil service, of necessary employees– § 2. “Department” defined. compensation.
§ 3. Departments of state government created.
§ 22. Employee entitled to annual leave $ 4. Department heads—directors, offi- of absence. ces created. § 23. No employee shall be paid for ex
§ 5. Executive and administrative offi- tra services. cers and boards and commis- Sions. § 24. Civil service—application of law.
§ 6. Advisory and non-executive boards. § 25. Annual report to Governor by directors of departments—other § 7. Qualifications of members of ad- reports. visory non-executive boards. § 26. Cooperation by directors of depart
§ 8. Powers and duties. ments. § 9. Salaries of administrative and ex- $ 27. Money received by departmentsecutive officers. payment into State treasury. § 10. Advisory and non-executive boards § 28. Contracts for buildings and supto receive no compensation. plies let to lowest bidder—ad; vertisement — bids — “official § 11. Executive and administrative offic- newspaper.”
ers to devote entire time to
duties—shall hold no other posi- $ 29. Contracts for fuel—approval by
tion. Governor. 12. Appointment of officers—vacancy. § 30. Maximum price for fuel.
31. When power is vested in department to inspect, examine, secure
14. Oath. data or information—duty of
15. Bond. § 32. When rights, powers and duties of 16. Government of department—direc- officer, board or commission are tor to prescribe regulations. transferred or vested in a department created by this Act§ 17. Departmental offices to be main- Acts shall have same legal effect tained in Capitol building— —obligations, duties and rights branch offices. of persons and corporationspenalties — transfer of books, § 18. Office hours for transaction of pub- papers, documents, property and
lic business. appropriations.
The DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERALS.
45. Shall have power to exercise the the rights, powers and duties vested in— 1. State mining board ; 2. State mine inspectors; 3. Miners examining commission : 4. Mine fire fighting and rescue station commission ; superintendents and assistant superintendents; 5-8. Other powers and duties. 46. Mining board — meetings and duties.
47. Executive officer of mining board —certificates of qualification and competency.
48. Shall exercise powers and duties
of miners examining commis
sioners—miners exam in in g board.
THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS.
49. Shall exercise rights, powers and duties vested in— 1. State highway department, State highway commission and State highway engineers; . The canal commissioners : Rivers and lakes commission : . Illinois waterway commission : . Illinois park commission; Fort Massac trustees: Lincoln Homestead trustees : Commissioners of L in coln monument; . Superintendent of printing; 10-24. Other powers and duties.
50. Advisory and non-executive boards —duties.
51. Director of public works authorized to acquire lands.
52. Moneys received in connection with management of Illinois and Michigan Canal — payment to State treasury.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE.
THE CIVIL ADMINISTRATIVE CODE—Continued.
. When reports or notices are required to be made or given, or papers or documents furnished or served.
. Pending actions and proceedings.
5. Offices, boards and commissions abolished.
THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
§ 36. Powers of the department of fi
. Preparation of State budget by
. Governor shall submit budget to General Assembly with recommendations, and estimates of revenues.
; 39. Each department must prepare and submit estimate for expenditure ore appropriation is availalole.
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
$ 40. Shall have power to exercise the
$ 41. Standards of quality, purity and
; 42. Rights, title and interest to State fair grounds shall succeed to State.
THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
$ 43. Shall exercise rights, powers and
$44. Workmen's compensation and ar-
53. Shall have power to exercise
§ 55. Powers and duties of department
(House BILL No. 279.
5. State board of examiners of structural engineers; 6. State board of health relating to practice of medicine ; 7. State board of health relating to embalming ; 8. State board of pharmacy; 9. State board of dental examiners; 10. State board of nurse examiners : 11. State board of optometry; 12. State board of barber examiners; 13–32. Other powers and duties.
Normal school board—powers and duties.
Additional powers conferred in administration of laws regulating professions, trades and occupations—boards of examiners.
Certificates and licenses—by whom issued.
Functions and duties of State entomologist, State laboratory of natural history, State water survey and State geological survey to be exercised at University of Illinois.
Board of natural resources and conservation—duties—board of State museum advisors.
Acts and parts of Acts repealed.
Repeal a dato.
APPROVED MARCH 7, 1917.)
AN ACT in relation to the civil administration of the State government,
and to repeal certain acts therein named.
GENERAL PROVISIONs. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: This Act shall be known as “The Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.” § 2. The word “department,” as used in this Act, shall, unless the
context otherwise clearly indicates, mean the several departments of the
State government as designated in Section 3 of this Act, and none other. § 3. Departments of the State government are created as follows: