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$ 5. There is hereby appropriated for the Chicago State Hospital for paving Irving Park Boulevard, the sum of twelve thousand ($12,000.00) dollars, being the sum appropriated in and by “An Act making appropriations for the State charitable institutions," approved June 29, 1915.

§ 6. There is hereby appropriated for the Alton State Hospital for subway and railroad crossing assessments, the sum of twenty-two thousand dollars, ($22,000.00), being the sum appropriated in and by "An Act making appropriations for the State charitable institutions," approved June 29, 1915.

$ 7. There is hereby appropriated for the Peoria State Hospital for the purchase of Sholl Brothers of the switch track connecting said hospital with the tracks of the Peoria and Pekin Union Railway Company the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars ($35,000.00), same to be paid upon delivery deed, with a condition that Sholl Brothers may use said track for carrying coal from mines adjoining for a period not exceeding ten (10) years.

8 8. The Director of Public Welfare shall draw requisitions upon the Director of Public Works and Buildings for supplies, materials and services for the construction and repairs of buildings, and for the purchase of land, under the appropriations made herein, and the Director of Public Works and Buildings is authorized to incur obligations and make contracts under the appropriations herein, as specified in sections 49 and 51 of the Civil Administrative Code.

8 9. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw warrants on the State Treasurer under the appropriations made herein, upon the presentation of vouchers certified to as correct by the Director of the Department of Public Works and Buildings, and the Director of the Department of Public Welfare, and approved by the Director of Finance.

APPROVED (except as to those items disapproved in my veto message) June 29, 1917.

* Indicates vetoed.

STATE OF ILLINOIS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

SPRINGFIELD, June 28, 1917. To the Honorable, the House of Representatives:

I return to you herewith House Bill No. 909, entitled "An Act making appropriations for the State Charitable Institutions."

I hereby disapprove and veto the following items therein contained :

ILLINOIS CHARITABLE EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY.

Section 1. p. 8, 2d line from the bottom of the page, for the Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, "Equipment, $ 24,100" for the first year.

JACKSONVILLE STATE HOSPITAL.

Section 2, p. 10, lines 11, 10, and 9, from the bottom of the page, as follows: *The Jacksonville State Hospital for addition to tubercular cottage for females, $15,000."

ANNA STATE HOSPITAL.

Section 2. p. 10, lines 8, 7, and 6, from the bottom of the page, as follows: **The Anna State Hospital for brick road, from Anna State Hospital to limits of the city of Anna, $47,000."

LINCOLN STATE SCHOOL AND COLONY, Section 2, p. 11, the following items appropriated for the Lincoln State School and Colony, ith line from the bottom of page 11, “For receiving cottage, $30,000." Respectfully submitted,

FRANK O. LOWDEN, Governor. Filed July 3, 1917.

Louis L. EMMERSON, Secretary of State.

CHARITIES-RESTORATION OF DOMESTIC BUILDING AND LAUNDRY AT

PEORIA HOSPITAL

Preamble.

§ 2. How drawn.

§ 1. Appropriates $40,000.00.

$ 3. Emergency. (HOUSE BILL No. 494. APPROVED MARCH 28, 1917.) An Act making an appropriation to the Board of Administration to

restore the domestic building and the laundry equipment at the Peoria State Hospital, destroyed by fire.

WHEREAS, On February 24, 1917, the domestic building and the laundry equipmnt at the Peoria State Hospital were destroyed by fire, and

WHEREAS, It is imperative that the building and equipment be restored as soon as possible, and

WHEREAS, There are no funds available for these purposes in the appropriations made to the Board of Administration,

Now, therefore,

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of forty thousand dollars, ($40,000.00), or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby appropriated to the Board of Administration for restoring the domestic building and the laundry equipment at the Peoria State Hospital, destroyed by fire.

§ 2. All moneys above appropriated shall be due and payable to the Board of Administration, or to its order, only on the terms and in the manner provided for in "An Act to revise the laws relating to charities," approved June 11, 1912.

$ 3. Whereas, an emergency exists, therefore, this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED March 28, 1917.

CLAIMS AGAINST STATE. | 1. Appropriations for the payment of

(22) Anthony Koechley. certain claims,

(23) C. F. O'Conner. (1) Albert Thies.

(24) Henry L. Whipple. (2) Louis B. Anderson.

(25) E. F. Hazell. (3) Fred Grant.

(26) W. F. Whalen. (4) Frank W. McGlenn Est.

(27) T. C. P. Pruyn. (5) W. W. Looney.

(28) B. A. Smith, (6) Henry Henke.

(29) N. W. Cox. (7) William Kennedy.

(30) John J. Coffee. (8) Sydney Glass,

(31) Amos Sawyer. (9) Amelia Appel.

(32) Hugh Cain. (10) Frank N. Hill.

(33) Charles Balsley. (11) David Deane.

(34) Mary Bince McMurray. (12) Andrew Holmes.

(35) Lewis Gurley. (13) Simon Berg.

(36) William T. Joos.
(14) Harry M. Kistner Est.

(37) Oscar S. Watkins.
(15) James and Lillian
Shaughnessy.

(38) James Kent Venner Est. (16) May Davy.

(39) Fred H. Gillett. (17) Eliza W. Baker.

(40) M. Hayes. (18) Frank J. Burns.

(41) A. G. Johnson. (19) Thomas S. Hogan.

(42) Roscoe L. Drennan. (20) Elijah N. Zoline.

(43) A. D. Fleury. (21) John Huenig.

(HOUSE BILL NO. 726. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1917.) An Act to make appropriations for certain claims against the State of

Illinois. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated to the persons named below, for claims as follows: (1) To Albert Thies, as compensation for in

juries received at the Northern Illinois
Hospital for the Insane at Elgin, Illinois,
on the 5th day of November, 1914, to meet
balance of award made by the Industrial
Board, the sum of......

.$ 750.51 * (2) To Louis B. Anderson, as damages for in

juries received August 1, 1914, while in
the discharge of his duties as a member
of the Illinois National Guard at Camp
Lincoln, the sum of....

1,000.00 [Vetoed]

250.00

2,000.00 [Vetoed]

317.50

1,500.00 [Vetoed]

(3) To Fred Grant, for injuries received at the

Lincoln State School and Colony, Decem-
ber 4, 1914, in conformity with an award

made by the Industrial Board, the sum of.$ *(4) To the personal representative of the estate

of Frank W. McGlenn, for the purpose of
paying the loss on account of the death of
Frank W. McGlenn, who was killed by
reason of an unguarded dam located in the
Illinois and Michigan Canal at the City

of Joliet, the sum of....
(5) To W. W. Looney, for personal injuries in-

flicted upon him by an inmate of the
Chester State Hospital, on the 27th day
of July, 1914, in payment of an award

made by the Industrial Board, the sum of *(6) To Henry Henke, for the payment of dam

ages and compensation for permanent in-
juries received while working as a painter
at Lincoln Park in the service of the State

of Illinois, the sum of...
(7) To William Kennedy, for cost and expenses

as Deputy Sheriff of McLean County in
returning Howard Campbell, a fugitive
from justice, from Tulsa, Oklahoma to
Bloomington, Illinois, upon a requisition
issued by the Governor of Illinois but

waived by said fugitive, the sum of...... *(8) To Sydney Glass, for injuries sustained on

Douglas Boulevard, near Spaulding Ave-
nue, in the West Park System in Chicago,
under the control of the State of Illinois,

the sum of.....
*(9) To Amelia Appel, for loss sustained because

of the drowning of her daughter Freida
Reidel, in the public swimming pool or
lagoon at Starved Rock Park, on July 6,

1916, the sum...
* (10) To Frank N. Hill, City Marshal of the City

of Chenoa, McLean County, for injuries
sustained on July 21, 1915, while engaged
in the search for inmates who had escaped
from the Illinois State Reformatory, the

sum of.......
* (11) To David Deane, for personal injuries re-

ceived while in the service of the state as
a manual training instructor at the Illi-
nois State Reformatory, on January 12,
1917, the sum of...

103.36

1,000.00 Vetoed]

3,000.00 [ Vetoed]

750,00 Vetoed]

750.00[Vetoed]

160.12

1,000.00 [Vetoed]

1,000.00 [Vetoed]

(12) To Andrew Holmes, for moneys expended in

the discharge of his duties as a police
officer, in returning a prisoner from the
State of Connecticut to the State of Illi-
nois, in accordance with the recommenda-
tion of the Court of Claims in an opinion
filed in the October Term of such court,

A. D. 1916, the sum of......
*(13) To Simon Berg, for compensation for in-

juries sustained while in the discharge of
his duties as Superintendent of Farms for

the Elgin State Hospital, the sum of.... * (14) To the duly appointed and qualified legal

representative of Harry M. Kistner, for
the death of Harry M. Kistner, through
scalding while an inmate of the Elgin
State Hospital, on February 14, 1917, the

sum of......
*(15) To James Shaughnessy and Lillian Shaugh-

nessy, on account of loss sustained through
the death on October 10, 1915, of Edward
Shaughnessy, a child between the ages of
8 and 9 years, who was injured on October
9, 1915, through the negligence of the
Board of Commissioners of Lincoln Park,

the sum of....
*(16) To May Davy, for damages resulting from

the death of her husband Harry Davy,
killed while in the performance of his duty
as a guard at the Joliet Penitentiary, the

sum of....
(17) To Eliza W. Baker, widow of Frank Baker,

for payment of salary of Frank Baker,
from July 9, 1916, until December 1, 1916,

the sum of...
* (18) To Frank J. Burns, award of Court of

Claims at December Term, 1916, on ac-
count of legal services and expenses in
inheritance tax work from May 1, 1915, to

November 1, 1916, the sum of...
*(19) To Thomas S. Hogan, award of Court of

Claims at December Term, 1916, on ar-
count of legal services rendered Illinois
State Board of Health froin July 1, 1915,
to January 1, 1916, the sum of.

2,000.00 [Vetoed]

2,500.00 [Vetoed]

2,170.58

2,499.33 [Vetoed]

1,250.00 [ Vetoed]

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