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public utilities, approved June 30, 1913, in force January 1, 1914, by adding thereto a new article and twenty-six new sections to be known as Article Va, and sections 80a, 80b, 80c, 800, 80e, 80, 80g, 80h, 80i, 80j, 80k, 801, 80m, 80n, 800, 80p, 80q, 80r, 80s, 80t, 80, 80v, 80w, 80x, 80y, and 80z, respectively."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Public Utilities and Transportation.

Mr. Arthur Roe introduced a bill, House Bill No. 193, a bill for An Act to amend section eight (8) of 'An Act to establish and maintain parks and parkways in towns and townships,' approved May 29, 1911, in force July 1, 1911."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Municipalities.

Mr. F. J. Ryan, by request, introduced a bill, House Bill No. 194, a bill for "An Act to regulate and license private detectives.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on License and Miscellany.

Mr. F. J. Ryan introduced a bill, House Bill No. 195, a bill for "An Act to make lawful certain agreements between employees and laborers and to limit the issuing of injunctions in certain cases."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and to lie on the Speaker's table.

Mr. Scanlan introduced a bill, House Bill No. 196, a bill for “An Act to amend section 1 of an Act entitled, “An Act to provide for fees of clerks of probate courts in counties of the second class, having a population of seventy thousand or more,' approved June 16, 1909, in force July 1, 1909.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judicial Department and Practice.

Mr. Scanlan introduced a bill, House Bill No. 197, a bill for “An Act making an appropriation to the Illinois Park Commission, for the extension, maintenance, improvement and protection of State parks and for the incidental expenses of said commission.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Scanlan introduced a bill, House Bill No. 198, a bill for "An Act to amend section 1 of an Act entitled, 'An Act concerning corporations,' approved April 18, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, as amended by Act approved April 19, 1879, in force July 1, 1879.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Mr. Scholes introduced a bill, House Bill No. 199, a bill for “An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'An Act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence,' approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended by an Act, approved June 8, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, by repealing section ninety-seven (97) thereof, and substituting another section for said section ninety-seven (97) and to further amend said Act by adding thereto one additional section to be known as section 97a.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Mr. Schuberth introduced a bill, House Bill No. 200, a bill for “An Act authorizing the appointment of a housing commission, and making an appropriation for the salary of the Secretary and expenses of the Commission."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Shephard introduced a bill, House Bill No. 201, a bill for “An Act regulating contracts of surety between common carriers and their employees, and sureties upon such contract."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Public Utilities and Transportation.

Mr. Thon introduced a bill, House Bill No. 202, a bill for "An Act for the regulation of any person or persons, firm or corporation, receiving deposits and not organized as banks, under the general banking law of this State.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Banks, Banking and Building and Loan Associations.

Mr. Turnbaugh, by request, introduced a bill, House Bill No. 203, a bill for “An Act relating to State aid to poultry associations and making an appropriation.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Weber introduced a bill, House Bill No. 204, a bill for “An Act to amend section 189 of an Act entitled, 'An Act to establish and maintain a system of free schools,' approved and in force June 12, 1909, as thereafter amended."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Education.

Mr. Williamson introduced a bill, House Bill No. 205, a bill for "An Act to establish and promote vocational education and to provide State aid therefor.'

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Education.

Mr. Young introduced a bill, House Bill No. 206, a bill for "An Act to promote intelligent choice of vocations, vocational education, and profitable employment; for an appropriation therefor; for a penalty for the violation of a certain section thereof; and modifying or repealing Acts in conflict therewith.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Education.

Mr. McCormick introduced a bill, House Bill No. 207, a bill for “An Act to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of an Act entitled, 'An Act to regulate and limit the hours of employment of females in any mechanical or mercantile establishment, or factory, or laundry, hotel or restaurant or telephone or telegraph establishment or office thereof, or in any place of amusement, or by any express or transportation or public utility business, or by any common carrier, or in any public institution incorporated or unincorporated, in this State, in order to safeguard the health of such employees; to provide for its enforcement and a penalty for its violation’; approved June 15, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, as amended by an Act approved June 10, 1911, in force July 1, 1911, and

to add two additional sections thereto, to be known as sections 6 and 7, and to amend the title of said Act.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Industrial Affairs.

Mr. McCormick introduced a bill, House Bill No. 208, a bill for “An Act to amend section 78 of an Act entitled, 'An Act in regard to elections and to provide for filling vacancies in elective offices,' approved April 3, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, and as subsequently amended, and to further amend said Act by adding thereto an additional section to be designated as section 78a."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Elections.

Mr. Bruce introduced a bill, House Bill No. 209, a. bill for "An Act for an appropriation to meet a deficit in the appropriation for incidental expenses of the office of Auditor of Public Accounts."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Lipshulch introduced a bill, House Bill No. 210, a bill for “An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'An Act to provide for and regulate the administration of trusts by trust companies,' approved June 15, 1887, in force July 1, 1887, by amending section one (i) thereof."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Mr. Provine introduced a bill, House Bill No. 211, a bill for "An Act ratifying and confirming the sale and conveyance of all the right, title and interest, of the State of Illinois, in and to the buildings and land belonging to the State of Illinois, and used as an armory by the second regiment, Illinois National Guard."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Helwig, by request, introduced a bill, House Bill No. 212, a bill for “An Act to make more uniform the assessment and taxation of property and to repeal certain acts and parts thereof relating to the assessment and taxation of property.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Revenue.

By unanimous consent, the Speaker recalled House Bill No. 31, from the Committee on Charities and Corrections, and re-referred it to the Committee on Judiciary.

By unanimous consent, the attention of the House was called to the absence of Messrs. Charles Curren, Mitchell and Felts, on account of sickness.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Eden, Secretary:

Mr. Speaker-I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has passed a bill of the following title, in the passage of which I am instructed to ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives, to wit:

SENATE BILL NO. 3. A bill for "An Act to provide for the incidental expenses of the Fortyninth General Assembly for the State of Illinois.” Passed by the Senate March 10, 1915.

A. E. EDEN, Secretary of the Senate. The foregoing Senate Bill No. 3 was taken up, read by title, ordered

printed, and by unanimous consent read at large a first time and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Eden, Secretary:

Mr. Speaker-I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has passed a bill of the following title, in the passage of which I am instructed to ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives, to wit:

SENATE BILL NO. 4.

A bill for “An Act making appropriations for the payment of employees of the Forty-ninth General Assembly." Passed by the Senate March 10, 1915.

A. E. EDEN, Secretary of the Senate. The foregoing Senate Bill No. 4 was taken up, read by title, ordered printed, and by unanimous consent read at large a first time, and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Eden, Secretary:

Mr. Speaker-I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has passed a bill of the following title, in the passage of which i am instructed to ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives, to wit:

SENATE BILL No. 5.

A bill for “An Act to provide for the incidental expenses of the Forty. ninth General Assembly of the State of Illinois, to be incurred by the Secretary of State, and for the care and custody of the State House and grounds, to be incurred and now unprovided for." Passed by the Senate March 10, 1915.

A. E. EDEN, Secretary of the Senate. The foregoing Senate Bill No. 5 was taken up, read by title, ordered printed, and by unanimous consent read at large a first time, and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Rinehart offered the following resolution, which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Contingent Expenses :

HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 45. Resolved, That the Speaker of the House be, and is hereby empowered and directed to at once appoint R. A. Watts as special House Policeman, at a per diem of $3.

By unanimous consent, the Speaker recalled House Bills No. 12 and 23 from the Committee of the Whole Horise, and re-referred them to the Committee on Elections.

Mr. Garesche offered the following resolution, and moved its adoption:

HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 46.

WHEREAS, Our Almighty Father in His divine wisdom saw fit on the 8th day of March, 1915, to call to his heavenly reward, Hon. Charles D. Hoiles, of Greenville, Bond County, Illinois; and

WIIEREAS, The said Hon. Charles D. Hoiles was a member of this House during the Twenty-first Session of the General Assembly, and

WHEREAS, The deceased was one of the most honored and respected members of that Assembly and during his official career was one of the most industrious, efficient and painstaking public servants of this state, one of the best and most beloved citizens of the community in which he resided and one whose memory his family and ourselves will ever feel justly proud of; therefore, be it

Resolved, by the House of Representatives of the Forty-ninth General Assembly of the State of Illinois, That we unite with his family and his friends and deeply deplore his death, each of us feeling that it is a personal loss, and be it further

Resolved, That this resolution be spread upon the Journal of the House and that a suitably engrossed copy thereof be forwarded by the Clerk to the family of the deceased, and as a further mark of respect to his memory, that the House do now adjourn.

The resolution was unanimously adopted by a rising vote, and in accordance therewith, at the hour of 12:00 o'clock m., the House stood adjourned.

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