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HOUSE BILL No. 801.

A bill for "An Act concerning and to regulate policies issued by companies, corporations, associations, societies or other insurers, doing accident and casualty insurance business, and to repeal Acts or parts of Acts in con. flict with this Act."

Which amendments are as follows:

AMENDMENT No. 1.

After the word "to," in line 5, of section 6, add the words “or endorsed on."

AMENDMENT No. 2.

After the word "attached,” in line 6 of section 6 add the words “or endorsed."

AMENDMENT No. 3.

Amend by striking out all the words following the word "whatsoever," in line 8, and all of lines 9, 10, 11, and 12 of section 6 of the bill. Concurred in by the House, June 19, 1915.

B. H. McCANN, Clerk of the House. Mr. Barr offered the following resolution, and, on his motion, the rules were suspended and the resolution was taken up for consideration, and, on his motion, was unanimously adopted:

SENATE RESOLUTION No. 69.

Resolved, That the services of the following officers and employees of the Senate be dispensed with after June 21, 1915:

All pages, bill distributors, clerks and secretaries of committees, except the Appropriation and Judiciary Committees, policemen, cloak-room janitors, superintendent of ventilation, all Senate stenographers except the one assigned to the Enrolling and Engrossing Department, to the President pro tempore and the Secretary and Executive Secretary of the Senate;

Resolved, That as authorized by law that 20 days extra time after the sine die adjournment be allowed to the Secretary of the Senate and the Journal and Executive Secretary of the Senate and the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk 20 days time after the sine die adjournment at the per diem already allowed them.

· To all the employees of the office of the Secretary of the Senate and th Law Secretary 20 days extra time after the sine die adjournment at the per diem now allowed them.

To the Postmistress and Assistant Postmistress, 5 days extra time after the sine die adjournment at the per diem now allowed them.

To the Postmistress and Assistant Postmistress the sum of $1 per day for extra services from January sixth to June eighteenth.

To F. W. Benjamin for services in caring for stock, $1.00 per day extra from January 6th to June 18th adjournment.

To Mrs. Grace Birkett for committee work services, the sum of $175.

To J. H. Paddock for services rendered previous to the meeting of the Forty-ninth General Assembly in preparing blanks, blank books and doing other necessary work to be performed before the meeting of the General Assembly, the sum of $300.

To William L. Corris, official Senate Reporter, ten days extra pay after June eighteenth adjournment, for indexing and proof reading Senate debates and sending copies to members of the General Assembly.

To Tom Thompson pay from January sixth to March twenty-fifth, 1915, at the per diem allowed him by law the sum of $192.50.

To the employees of the President of the Senate and the President pro tempore of the Senate, each 20 days extra time after sine die adjournment at the per diem now allowed them.

To T. F. Russell, assistant to the Secretary of the Senate, $10 per diem from January sixth to March twenty-fifth, less the amount already received for that period.

To Kate Kilcummings for extra services and overtime work as stenographer, $118.00 in office of law secretary.

To Katherine Koch for extra services for Senators as may be required, pay for 20 days after sine die adjournment at the per diem now allowed her.

To A. E. Eden, for extra services for committee and sub-committee work, stenographers, etc., the sum of $500.00.

To Mrs. C. R. Hall, stenographer in the office of the Secretary of the Senate, one dollar a day extra, from April 15, 1915, to June 30, 1915, inclusive; $77.00.

To Daniel O'Connell, Jr., bill distributor, from April 1, 1915, to June 21, 1915, at $1.50 per day.

To Katherine Devere, extra services as stenographer for the Appropriation Committee, one dollar per day extra, from January 6, 1915, to June 21, 1915.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Denvir offered the following resolution, and, on his motion, the rules were suspended and the resolution taken up, and, on his motion, was adopted unanimously:

SENATE RESOLUTION No. 70.

Resolved, That the thanks of this Senate is hereby extended to Mrs. Adele H. Smith, Postmistress, and her assistant, Miss Gladys Womack, for the faithful and efficient manner in which they have performed their duties, and for the many courtesies which they have extended the members of this Senate.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Olson offered the following resolution, and, on his motion, the rules were suspended and the resolution taken up, and, on his motion, was adopted:

SENATE RESOLUTION No. 71.

WHEREAS, A certain bi-product of glucose, known as “corn flour" is being used as an adulterant in the manufacture of bread and other food products, the use of which, it seems, has no food value and is ostensibly a fraud upon the consumer and possibly detrimental to the public;

WHEREAS, A certain preliminary investigation has been made by some of the members of the standing committee in the Senate of the Forty-ninth General Assembly in respect to the matter herein contained, and it is deemed expedient on the part of the public and in the interest of health to make a thorough investigation of the matter herein; therefore,

Resolved, by the Senate of the State of Illinois, That a committee of five (5) Senators be appointed to investigate and inquire into the matters of the use and manufacture of corn flour as applied to the necessaries of life, and all matters in connection therewith, with a view of taking such steps as are necessary to preserve the public health;

Resolved, That the said committee shall have the power to employ assistants; and, be it further

Resolved, That the said committee shall continue its inquiry and investigation and report its recommendations together with any bill or bills to the Fiftieth General Assembly, and that the said committee shall receive no compensation, but shall be paid its actual expenses, and that an appropriation be made for the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) to meet the actual expenses of the said committee, as well as such assistants as may be necessarily employed by it, and that an appropriation in said sum be made by the General Assembly, and that all expenses necessarily incurred shall be paid on vouchers certified to by the chairman of the said committee and the President of the Senate.

Mr. Keller made the following report, which has been printed :
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To the Honorable, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House

of Representativess

We, the undersigned Committee of Conference, appointed to consider the differences between the two Houses, i'n relation to the Senate amendments to House Bill No. 948, a bill for an Act making appropriations for the five State Normal Schools of Illinois, beg leave to report that we recommend the following as the action to be taken by the Senate and the House of Representatives respectively:

We recommend that the House concur with the Senate in Amendment No. 6.

We recommend that the Senate recede from amendments Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19.

Amend Amendment No. 10 as printed in the Senate, line 2 by striking out the figures, $33,000.00 and i'nsert in lieu thereof $30,000.00.

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 4, line 80, by striking out the words and figures, two hundred ninety-three thousand dollars ( $293,000.00) and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures, three hundred three thousand dollars ($303,000.00).

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 9, by inserting after line 148 the following: 1487, For Assembly Hall and Gymnasium of fire-proof construction

. $135,000.00 Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 9, lines 152 and 153, by striking out the words and figures, three hundred three thousand, five hun. dred ninety dollars ($303,590.00) and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures, four hundred thirty-eight thousand, five hundred ninety dollars ($438;590.00).

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 12, after line 79 by inserting a new line as follows: 791/2 For the erection and construction of a girls dormitory or building for women

$95,000.00 Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 13, line 81, by striking out the words and figures, four hundred nine thousand, eighty-five dollars and twelve cents ($409,085.12) and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures, five hundred four thousand, eighty-five dollars and twelve cents ($504,085.12).

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 16, after line 86 by inserting the following: 8612 For the construction of a building for school of Arts.. $95,000.00

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 16, line 88, by striking out the words and figures, two hundred thirty-six thousand, four hundred ninety-four dollars ($236,494.00) and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures, three hundred twenty-three thousand, eight hundred thirty-four dollars ($323,834.00).

Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 19, after line 67 by inserting the following: 6712 For addition to main building and enlargement of present assembly room

$10,000.00 Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 19, after line 66, by inserting the following: 661/2 For general repairs on buildings and engine room and for two new boilers

$ $ 5,000.00 Amend printed bill in Senate, section 1, page 19, line 69, by striking out the words and figures, two hundred fifty-nine thousand, nine hundred sixty dollars ($259,960.00) and insert in lieu thereof, the words and figures, two hundred seventy-four thousand, nine hundred sixty dollars ($274,960.00).

Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 1, by striking out the figures, $293,000.00 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $303,000.00.

Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 2, by striking out the fig. ures, $303,590.00 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $438,590.00.

Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 3, by striking out the figures, $409,085.12 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $504,085.12.

Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 4, by striking out the figures, $236,494.00 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $323,834.00.

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Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 5, by striking out the fig. ures, $259,960.00 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $274,960.00.

Amend printed bill in Senate, page 19, line 6, by striking out the fig. ures, $1,502,129.12 and insert in lieu thereof the figures, $1,844,469.12.

All of which is respectfully submitted. KENT E. KELLER,

EDWARD L. MERRITT, ADAM C. CLIFFE,

CHAS, A. PURDUNN, JOHN R. HAMILTON,

H. O. MURPHY, W. DUFF PIERCY,

JAMES C. HARVEY, W. A. COMPTON,

JOHN P. DEVINE, Committee on behalf of the Senato. Committee on behalf of the House.

The question then being, “Shall the foregoing report be adopted ?" and the yeas and nays being called, it was decided in the affirmative by the following vote: Yeas, 35; nays, 0.

The following voted in the affirmative: Messrs.
Abt
Carroll
Denvir
Hurley

Piercy
Baldwin
Cleary
Franklin
Jewell

Roos
Barr
Cliffe
Gorman
Keller

Smith
Boehm
Coleman
Harris
Meeker

Sullivan
Broderick
Compton
Herlihy
McNay

Swanson
Campbell
Cornwell
Hughes
Olson

Womack
Canaday
Curtis
Hull
Pervier

Woodard

Yeas-35.

Nays—0. At 4:00 o'clock p. m., on motion of Mr. Canaday, the Senate took a recess until 4:30 o'clock p. m.

4:30 O'CLOCK P. M.

Senate reconvened.
A message from the House by Mr. Vogel, Assistant Clerk:

Mr. President-I am directed to inform the Senate that the House of Representatives has acceded to the request of the Senate 'for a Committee of Conference to consider the differences btween the two Houses in regard to the Senate amendments to a bill of the following title, to wit:

HOUSE BILL No. 994.

A bill for “An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'An Act concerning fees and salaries, and to classify the several counties of this state with reference thereto,' approved March 29, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, and as amended; to amend and revise section three (3) of said Act.”

I am further directed to inform the Senate that the Speaker of the House has appointed as such committee on the part of the House: Messrs. Davis, Shurtleff, Boyer, Browne, and Gorman. Action taken by the House, June 19, 1915.

B. H. MCCANN, Clerk of the House. Mr. Curtis made the following report: To the Honorable, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives:

We, the undersigned Committee of Conference, appointed to consider the differences between the two Houses, in relation to the Senate amendments to House Bill No. 931 for an Act making an appropriation for the payment of the officers and members of the next General Assembly, and for the salaries of certain officers and employees of the State government, beg leave to report that we recommend the following as the action to be taken by the Senate and the House of Representatives, respectively:

We recommend that the Senate recede from Amendment No. 2.

Amend Amendment No. 1, lines 4 and 5, by striking out the words and figures “three million two hundred eleven thousand eight hundred thirtysix and 00-100 ($3,211,836.00)” and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures "three million, eight hundred seventy-three thousand, thirty-six and 00-100 ($3,873,036.00)."

Amend Amendment No. 3, line 2, striking out the figures 30,000.00 and insert in lieu thereof 20,000.00

Amend page 3, line 47, of printed bill, by striking out the words and figures “for Printer Expert, $2,500 per annum" and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures, "for Superintendent of Printing, $5,000 per annum." Also by striking out all of lines 48 and 49.

Amend page 4, after line 75 of printed bill by inserting the following to be known as line 7542: 7542 For General Superintendent, Illinois Free Employ. ment Office at Chicago

. $1,800 per annum" Amend page 5, line 88, of printed bill, by striking out the figure "6" and insert in lieu thereof the figure "7"; also by striking out the figures "$9,000.00" in same line and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$10,500.00."

Amend page 5, line 89, of printed bill, by striking out the figures "60" and insert in lieu thereof the figures “78”; also by striking out the figures "$72,000.00” in same line and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$93,600.00.”

Amend page 6, line 93, of printed bill, by striking out the figures "$4,000" and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$5,000”; also by striking out the figures “$12,000.00” in same line, and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$15,000.00."

Amend page 7, line 120, of printed bill, by striking out the figures "$2,000" and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$3,000"; also by striking out the figures "$14,000.00" in same line and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$21,000.00."

Amend page 7, line 122, of printed bill, by striking out the words and figures “89 at $5,000 each” and insert in lieu thereof "89 at $7,000 each"; also by striking out the figures "$445,000.00” in same line and insert in lieu thereof “$623,000.00."

Amend page 7, line 127 of printed bill, by striking out the figures "$450,000.00" and insert in lieu thereof “$715,000.00."

Amend page 7, after line 126 of printed bill, by adding the following to be known as line 12672: 12672 Board of Censors of Motion Picture Flms (3 censors at $2,500 each)

..$7,500 per annum Amend page 7, line 119, by striking out all after the word "court" and inserting in lieu thereof "five members at $12,000 each, two members at $10,000 each

$80,000 per annum" Amend page 7, after line 120, by inserting a new line 12012, as follows: 12042 For clerks to secretary for judge, Supreme Court, two at $2,000 each

.$4,000 per annum All of which is respectfully submitted, and which report has been printed. EDWARD C. CURTIS,

EDWARD J. SMEJKAL, M. S. JEWELL,

THOS. N. GORMAN, PAUL W. ABT,

JAMES C. HARVEY, J. A. WOMACK,

M. L. IGOE, RAY D. MEEKER,

ISRAEL DUDGEON, Committee on behalf of Senate.

Committee on behalf of House. The question being, "Shall the foregoing report be adopted ?” and the yeas and nays being called, it was decided in the affirmative by the following vote: Yeas, 32; nays, 0.

The following voted in the affirmative: Messrs.
Abt
Carroll

McNay

Sullivan
Baldwin
Cliffe
Herlihy
Olson

Swanson
Barr
Coleman
Hughes

Tossey
Boehm
Compton

Hull
Piercy

Womack
Broderick
Curtis

Hurley
Roos

Woodard
Campbell
Franklin

Jewell
Smith

Yeas-32.
Canaday
Gorman
Manny

Nays-0. Mr. Curtis made the following report: To the Honorable, the President of the Senate and the speaker of the House

of Representativess

We, the undersigned Committe of Conference, appointed to consider the differences between the two Houses, in relation to the Senate amendments

Harris

Pervier

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