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Page 6, Section 1, Clause (20): "To Elijah J. Zoline, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916,

for the payment of attorney's fees in suit of People of the State of Illinois ex rel, Edward F. Dunne, Governor, and Patrick J. Lucey, Attorney General v. The Economy Light and Power Company, the sum of... $ 500.00."

STATE OFFICERS. Page 6, Section 1, Clause (21): "To John Hunning, award of Court of Claims at December term. 1916,

for salary due as member of the State Board of Examiners of Horseshoers, from February, 1916 to March, 1917, 80 days @ $3.50 per day, the sum of..

$ 280.00." Pages 6 and 7, Section 1, Clause (22) : "To Anthony Kochly, award of Court of Claims at December term,

1916, for salary due as member of the State Board of Examiners of Horseshoers, from February, 1916 to March, 1917, 80 days @ $3.50 per day, the sum of..

$ 280.00." Page 7, Section 1, Clause (23): "To C. F. O'Conner, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916,

for salary due as member of the Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners, for the years 1914, 1915 and 1916, the sum of..

$ 111.95." Page 7, Section 1, Clause (24): "To Henry L. Whipple, award of Court of Claims at December term,

1916, for salary due as member of the Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners, for the years 1915 and 1916, the sum of.....,

$ 312.72." Page 7, Section 1, Clause (25): "To E. F. Hazell, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916, for

salary due as member of Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners for the year 1914,

$ 304.70." Page 7, Section 1, Clause (26): "To W. F. Whalen, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916,

for salary as member of Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners for the year 1914, the sum of...

$ 279.35." Page 7, Section 1, Clause (27): "To C. F. Pruyn, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916, for

salary due as member of Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners for the year 1914, the sum of.

$ 170.40." Page 8, Section 1, Clause (28) : "To B. A. Smith, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916, for

salary due as member of Illinois State Board o£ Dental Examiners for the years 1914 and 1915, the sum of...

518.67." Page 8, Section 1, Clause (29): "To N. W. Cox, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916, for

salary due as member of Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners for the years 1914 and 1915 the sum of......

$ 552.73." Page 8, Section 1, Clause (30): "To John J. Coffey, award of Court of Claims at December term. 1916,

for salary due as Secretary of the State Board of Equalization, from July 1, 1915 to January 1, 1916, 155 days @ $5.00 per day the sum of $ 775.00."

Page 8, Section 1, Clause (31): "To Amos Sawyer, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916,

for salary due as Secretary of Illinois State Board of Health from the death of James A. Egan, until the appointment of C. St. Clair Drake. $3,750.00."

Page 1, paragraph 2, is vetoed because the State Military and Naval Code provides that "in every case where an officer or an enlisted man of the National Guard or Naval Reserve shall be injured, wounded, or killed, the State Court of Claims shall act on and adjust the same as the merits of each case may demand."

The item disapproved is as follows: "To Louis B. Anderson, as damages for injuries 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." Page 2, section 1, clause (4), is disapproved because it has not been heard by the Court of Claims. “To the personal representative of the estate of Frank W. McGlenn, for

the pupose 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.... $2,000.00."

Page 2, section 1, clause (6), is vetoed because there is not sufficient information available upon it and it should be presented to the Court of Claims.

The itme (item] is as follows: "To Henry Henke for the payment of damages and compensation for

personal injuries received, while working as painter at Lincoln Park in the service of the State of Illinois, the sum of..

$1,500.00." Page 5, Section 1, Clause (15): "To James Shaughnessy and Lillian Shaughnessy on account of loss sus

tained through the death on October 10, 1915. of Edward Shaughnessy, a child between the ages of eight and nine years, who was injured on October 9, 1915, through the negligence of the Board of Commissioners of Lincoln Park, the sum of.

$2,000.00."

Page 5, Section 1, Clause (16): "To Mary 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..

$2,500.00." The following item is vetoed for the reason set forth in the opinion of the Attorney-General that the services performed were legal:

Page 5, Section 1, Clause (18): "To Frank J. Burns, award of Court of Claims at December term, 1916,

on account of legal services and expenses and in inheritance tax work from May 1, 1915, to November 1, 1916, the sum of.

$2,499.33." The following items are vetoed for the reason that they have not been presented to the Court of Claims :

Page 9, Section 1, Clause (32): "To Hugh Cain for injuries sustained while employed at the University of Illinois, the sum of.

500.000." Page 9, Section 1, Clause (34): "To Mary Bince McMurray (former name Mary Bince) for personal in

juries sustained in February, 1914, while in the employment of the State at the Kankakee State Hospital, the sum of...

$ 500.00." Page 9, Section 1, Clause (35): "To Lewis Gurley for damages sustained on account of failure of Veteri

nary Board to make inspection of hoof animals prior to public sale, the sum of...

300.00." Page 9, Section 1, Clause (36): "To William T. Joos for loss of crops and damages sustained by reason

of location of the Camp Grant Rifle Range of the Illinois National Guard adjacent to his premises, the sum of.....

$1.587.10." The following items are vetoed for the reason that there is no recommendation from the Court of Claims:

Page 3, Section 1, Clause (8): "To Sydney Glass for injuries sustained on Douglas Blvd.. near

Spaulding Avenue, in the West Park System, in Chicago, under the control of the State of Illinois, the sum of.

$1,000.00." Page 3, Section 1, Clause (9): "To Amelia Appel, for loss sustained because of the drowning of her

daughter, Freida Reidel, in the public swimming pool or lagoon on July 6, 1916, at Starved Rock Park, the sum of......

$3,000.00." Pages 3, Section 1, Clause (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 of inmates, who had escaped from the Illinois State Reformatory, the sum of..

750.00." Pages 3 and 4, Section 1, Clause (11): "To David Deane, for personal injuries received while in the service of

the State, as a manual training instructor at the Illinois State Reformatory, on Jan. 12, 1917, the sum of.....

$ 750.00." Page 4, Section 1, Clause (13): "To Simon Berg for compensation for injuries sustained, while in the dis

charge of his duties as superintendent of farms for the Elgin State Hospital, the sum of.

$1,000.00." Pages 4 and 5, section 1, clause (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 Feb. 14, 1917, the sum of...... $1,000.00."

Page 9, Section 1, Paragraph 37: "To Oscar F. Watkins, for severe and permanent injuries received by

him, by reason of being sustained while ergaged in the performance of his duties as teacher of chemistry and field demonstrator of sprays in the department of agriculture, at the University of Illinois, the sum of

$5,000.00." Page 10, Section 1, Paragraph 38 : "To the personal representative of James Kent Venner, for the purpose

of paying the death loss on account of the death of James Kent Venner who was killed by timbers of falling derrick while performing his duties, on the banks of the Illinois and Michigan Canal at Channahon, Will County, Illinois, the sum of..

$2,500.00." Page 10, Section 1, Paragraph 39 : "To Fred H. Gillett. for damages, for injuries incurred January 24, 1915, while a guard in the Joliet Penitentiary, the sum of....

....

$2.000.00." Page 11, Section 1, Clause (43): "To A. D. Fleury, in payment for death of his son Fred Fleury, killed at the St. Charles School for Boys, while working in laundry.

$2.000.00." The following ems are vetoed because they are

for members of the Illinois National Guard which by the Military Code should be presented to the Court of Claims.

Page 9, Section 1, Clause (33): "To Charles Balsley for permanent injuries sustained while in the military service of the State of Illinois, the sum of...

$2,500.00."

as

Page 11, Section 1, Clause (42) : "To Roscoe L. Drennan in payment of damages for injuries sustained

while in the discharge of his duties a member of the Illinois National Guard, the sum of.

$4,000.00." Respectfully submitted,

FRANK O. LOWDEN, Governor.

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ADVISORS.

$ 1. Appropriates $28,000.00.

$ 3. How drawn. $ 2. How distributed.

(HOUSE BILL No. 663. APPROVED JUNE 26, 1917.) An Act making an appropriation for county agricultural advisors.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of twenty-eight thousand dollars per annum for the two years beginning July 1, 1917, and ending June 30, 1919, be and the same is hereby appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for the payment of county agricultural advisors.

§ 2. The Department of Agriculture shall distribute the moneys herein appropriated equally among the several county agricultural advisors of this State, to apply upon the salaries of the county agricultural advisors upon the following conditions.

1. Upon the same proof and subject to like rules and regulations as are prescribed by the United States government for the disbursement of public funds for the same purpose;

2. That the county agricultural advisor preserves the qualifications required by the United States Department of Agriculture for similar work.

$ 3. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrants upon the State Treasurer for the sum herein specified, upon the presentation of vouchers approved by the Department of Agriculture accompanied by the certificate of the agricultural college of the University of Illinois that the requirements of this Act relative to the employment of county advisors has been substantially applied.

APPROVED June 26, 1917.

CONVEYING OFFENDERS TO ILLINOIS STATE REFORMATORY. § 1. Appropriates $2,000.00.

$ 2. Emergency. (HOUSE BILL No. 958. APPROVED JUNE 23, 1917.) Ax Act entitled, “An Act to make an appropriation for the payment of

expenses for the conveying of offenders to the Illinois State Refornia atory at Pontiac, Illinois, subsequent to May 1, 1917, and providing for an emergency."

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of two thousand and 00/100 ($2,000.00) dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby appropriated for conveying offenders to the Illinois State Reformatory at Pontiac, and from and to the reformatory in cases of new trials, or when used as witnesses in cases, to be paid by the Auditor of Public Accounts in the manner now provided by law, to be ascertained and paid in the same manner as in cases of conveying prisoners to and from the penitentiary: Provided, that when more than one person is convicted at the same term of court, and is committed to the reformatory, the sheriff shall take all of said persons so convicted at one trip, and the Auditor of Public Accounts shall refuse payment to any sheriff who shall fail to comply with this provision.

$ 2. Whereas, the moneys above appropriated are immediately required, therefore an emergency exists, and this Act shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and approval.

APPROVED June 23, 1917.

COMMITTEE EXPENSES-ELECTION CONTESTS.

$ 1. Appropriates $9,998.10.

§ 2. How drawn. (HOUSE BILL No. 1037. JUNE 29, 1917.) An Act making an appropriation to pay the House election[s] committee

expenses of the Fiftieth General Assembly. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of nine thousand nine hundred eighty-eight dollars and ten cents ($9,988.10), or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby appropriated to pay the expenses of the House Elections Committee of the Fiftieth General Assembly, and that said sum so appropriated shall be used for the following purposes and payable to the persons herein designated :

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTIONS COMMITTEE.

SECOND DISTRICT.

*To Randall E. Marshall, for the expenses of himself

and his attorney in said contest, the sum of...... $386.60 [Vetoed] *To Martin Walsh, attorney's fee as attorney for Randall E. Marshall, the sum of.....

250.00 [Vetoed] *To Roger J. Marcy, for the expenses of himself and

his attorney in said contest, the sum of......... 407.50 [Vetoed] *To Homer J. Galpin, attorney's fee as attorney for Roger J. Marcy, the sum of....

250.00 [Vetoel? *To Frank Ryan, for the expenses of himself and his attorney in said contest, the sum of...

269.70 [Vetoed) *To Thomas J. Dawson, attorney's fee as attorney for Frank Ryan, the sum of.

250.00 [Vetoed]

Total ...

$1.813.80

SIXTII DISTRICT. *To Joseph A. Weber, for the expenses of himself and

his attorney in said contest, the sum of...... *To Andrus & Trutter, attorney's fee as attorneys for

Joseph A. Weber, the sum of..

745.15[Vetoed]

500,00 Vetoed)

22.80

40.00

40.00

56.81

71.12

To Carl Mueller, for his expenses as member of the

sub-committee to recount the ballots, the sum of.. To Ewald E. Mueller, as clerk of said sub-committee,

the sum of..... To Adlai E. Mueller, as clerk of said sub-committee,

the sum of... To Randolph Boyd, for his personal expenses as

member of said sub-committee, the sum of.... To N. A. Carlson, as clerk of said sub-committee, the

sum of To N. 0. Swanson, as clerk of said sub-committee,

the sum of..... To John Kasserman, for his personal expenses as

member of said sub-committee, the sum of.... *To Frank Corr, attorney's fee as attorney for Robert

E. Wilson, the sum of..... *To Robert E. Wilson, for the expenses of himself and

his attorney in said contest, the sum of...... To B. E. Powell, as clerk of said sub-committee, the

sum of To William L. Corris, services as stenographer, the

25.56

32.23

350.00 [Vetoed]

650.00 Vetoed]

100.85

sum of

165.55

117.20

79.00

To W. V. Rathbone, clerk of said sub-committee, the

sum of To Oral P. Tuttle, for his personal expenses as mem

ber of said sub-committee, the sum of......
To Pearl A. Smith, clerk of said sub-committee, the

sum of
To F. A. Garesche, for his personal expenses as mem-

ber of said sub-committee, the sum of...
To Frank J. Leonard, Sergeant-at-Arms, for services
and expenses on said sub-committee the sum of..

110.40

56.83

40.80

Total

$3,204.30

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. *To John H. Lyle, for expenses paid to his attorney. $ 33.00 [Vetoed] *To James P. Harrold, attorney's fees and expenses as

attorney for John H. Lyle, the sum of..... 80.65 [Vetoed] *To Alfred Van Duser, for the expenses of himself and his attorney, the sum of.....

59.00 [Vetoed] *To Samuel J. Andalman, attorney's fee as attorney for Alfred Van Duser, the sum of.....

150.00 [Vetoed] *To Henry F. Schuberth, for the expenses of himself and his attorney, the sum of....

345.00 Vetoed] *To Adolph H. Easter, attorney's fee, as attorney for Henry F. Schuberth, the sum of....

250.00 [Vetoed]

Total

$917.65

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