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SALE OF CONCENTRATED FEEDING STUFFS-ACT OF 1905 AMENDED. $1. Amends sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8, Act of 1905.

$ 3. What not included in term. $ 1. Concentrated commercial feed stuffs

$ 4. Selling without filing statement, etc. to have certified statement in Eng

-penalty. lish--placard on bins.

$ 8. License fee--certificate-rovocation$ 2. Term "concentrated feeding stuffs"

penalty for selling without license. includes what-what held to be different brands.

(SENATE BILL No. 356. APPROVED JUNE 25, 1915.) An Act to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 of an Act entitled, An Act

to regulate the sale and analysis of concentrated feeding stuffs," approved May 18, 1905, and in force July 1, 1905, as amended by subsequent Acts.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 of an Act entitled, "An Act to regulate the sale and analysis of concentrated feeding stuffs," approved May 18, 1905, and in force July 1, 1905, as amended by subsequent Acts, be and the same are hereby amended so as to read as follows:

§ 1. Every lot or parcel of concentrated commercial feeding stuffs, as defined in section 2 of this Act, used for feeding live stock or poultry, sold or offered or exposed for sale within this State, shall have affixed thereto, in a conspicuous place on the outside thereof, a plainly printed statement in the English language clearly and truly certifying:

(a) The net weight of the contents of the package, lot or parcel; (b) The name, brand or trade-mark;

(c) The name and principal address of the manufacturer, or the person or persons responsible for placing the commodity on the market;

(d) The minimum per centum of crude protein; the minimum per centum of crude fat; and the maximum per centum of crude fibre; (to be determined by the methods adopted by the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists of the United States).

(e) The specific name of each ingredient used in its manufacture. A copy of said statement shall be filed with the State Food Commissioner during the month of December, of each year, or before any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs is offered for sale, exposed for sale or sold.

If the feeding stuffs is sold in bulk, there shall be placed in a prominent position upon the bin or other container in which such feeding stuffs is contained a placard in large letters of not less than one-half inch in length which shall clearly set forth the requirements contained in sub-sections b, c, d and e of this section, so as to be easily read by customers, or if it is put up in packages belonging to the purchaser, the agent or dealer shall furnish him with a certified statement described in this section.

§ 2. The term "concentrated commercial feeding stuffs,” as used in this Act, shall include cottonseed meals, linseed meals, pea meals, bean meals, peanut meals, cocoanut meals, gluten meals, gluten feeds, maize feeds, starch feeds, sugar feeds, sucrene feeds and oil meals of all kinds, dried distillers' grains, wet distillers' grains, dried brewers' grains, wet brewers' grains, malt sprouts, malt refuse, dried beet pulp, dried meat refuse, ground meat or fish scraps, meat and bone meals, blood meals, tankage, chop feeds, hominy feeds, cereline feeds, rice meals, rice bran, oat middlings, rye bran, rye middlings, corn bran, oat feeds, corn and oat feeds, corn, oat and barley feeds, which are not composed of the whole and entire grains of corn, oats and barley or to which other substances have been added, wheat middlings and wheat bran which contain screenings or other substances, all mixed feeds, except as otherwise provided in section 3 of this Act-clover and alfalfa meals, and any mixture of any of the before mentioned substances with each other or with any other substance, condimental stock and poultry feeds, medicinal stock and poultry feeds consisting of or containing any of the substances included as concentrated commercial feeding stuffs as defined in this section, patented, proprietary or trade marked stock and poultry feeds and all other materials of a similar nature intended for stock or poultry, not included in section 3 of this Act.

That for the purpose of this Act, concentrated commercial feeding stuffs shall be held to be different brands, if said concentrated commercial feeding stuffs shall differ one from the other in one or more ingredients, or if being of similar composition said commercial feeding stuffs are sold, offered for sale or exposed for sale under different names or brands.

§ 3. The term "concentrated commercial feeding stuffs," as used in this Act, shall not include wheat flour and other flours, hays, straws, the whole seeds nor the unmixed meals made directly from and composed of the whole and entire grains of wheat, rye, barley, oats, Indian corn, buckwheat, kaffir corn, milo maize and broom corn, and not containing other substances, neither shall it include pure wheat bran or pure wheat middlings not containing screenings or other substances, but sold separately as distinct articles of commerce, nor pure wheat bran and pure wheat middlings mixed together and not containing screenings or other substances and known to the trade as "mixed feed."

§ 4. Any manufacturer, importer, agent or other person or persons who shall offer for sale, expose for sale, or sell any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs within the meaning of this Act without filing with the State Food Commissioner the statement required by section 1 of this Act, or any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs included in section 2 of this Act without the printed statement required by section 1 of this Act, or with a label or tag stating that the said feeding stuffs contain a larger percentage of either crude protein or crude fat than is actually present therein, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense and one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each subsequent offense.

§ 8. Each manufacturer, importer, agent or seller of any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs shall pay annually during the month of December in each year, to the treasurer of the State of Illinois, a license fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for each and every brand of concentrated commercial feeding stuffs offered for sale, exposed for sale or sold. Said treasurer shall in each case at once certify to the State Food Commissioner the payment of such license fee. Each manufacturer, importer, person or persons who has complied with the provisions of this section shall be entitled to receive a certificate from the State

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Food Commissioner setting forth said facts. For violation of any of the provisions of this Act the State Food Commissioner shall have the authority to revoke any such license.

It shall be unlawful to offer for sale, expose for sale or sell any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs, unless the manufacturer, importer, agent or seller shall have paid the license fee as herein provided, and whoever shall offer for sale, expose for sale or sell any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs without first securing a license as herein required, shall be guilty of a separate and distinct misdemeanor for each and every sale made without such license, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) nor more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) or the fine may be sued for and recovered before any court of competent jurisdiction in the county where the offense shall have been committed at the instance of the State Food Commissioner or any other person in the name of the People of the State of Illinois as plaintiff in an action of debt: Provided, however, when the manufacturer, importer or shipper of concentrated commercial feeding stuffs shall have filed the statement required by section 1 of this Act and paid the license fee as prescribed in this section, no agent or seller for such manufacturer, importer or shipper shall be required to file such statement or pay such fee.

In all proceedings or prosecutions brought under this section a certificate from the treasurer of the State of Illinois, stating that the defendant has not paid into the State treasury the license fee required by this section, shall be received in all courts as evidence that such license fee has not been paid.

A certificate in the following form shall be sufficient:
I,

Treasurer of the State of Illinois, hereby certify that the records of my office show that..... has not paid the license fee on.... ..brand of concentrated commercial feeding stuffs in December.

nor at any time since for the year of......

Given under my hand and seal this.. .day of......

State Treasurer. APPROVED June 25th, 1915. STATE INSPECTOR OF MASONRY, PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND

WORKS.

OFFICE OF STATE INSPECTOR CREATED, $ 1. Office of State Inspector of Masonry, Public $ 3. To inspect plans and specification of build

Buildings and Works created-term-sal- ings to be constructed by State before the ary and expenses.

same are adopted. $ 2. Duties of inspector.

$ 4. Assistant inspectors-Salary.

$ 5. Qualifications of inspector. (HOUSE BILL No. 185. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1915.) An Act creating the office of State Inspector of Masonry, Public Build

ings and Works and prescribing qualifications, duties and compensation.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the office of State Inspector

716 STATE INSPECTOR OF MASONRY, PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND WORKS.

of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works be and is hereby created, who shall be appointed by the Governor and who shall hold his office for the term of four (4) years or until his successor shall be selected and qualified and who shall be paid an annual salary of two thousand dollars ($2,000), one-twelfth thereof to be paid at the end of each and every month, together with his actual and necessary traveling expenses while in the performance of his duties under this Act: Provided, however, that such expenses shall not exceed the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500) per annum, such expenses to be paid monthly, at the end of each month on itemized accounts signed and sworn to by the Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works and filed with the Auditor of Public Accounts.

$ 2. It shall be the duty of said Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works to carefully examine and inspect the material and workmanship of all buildings and other structures and additions thereto that may be constructed by contract or otherwise for the State of Illinois, out of brick or stone or substitutes therefor and to see that all such buildings and other structures are constructed in accordance with the contract, plans and specifications therefor, and all such buildings, structures or additions thereto shall be constructed under the supervision of the State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works, and the work, workmanship and material thereof shall be subject to his approval.

§ 3. The State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works is hereby authorized and it is made his duty to inspect all plans and specifications for public buildings and structures and additions thereto that are to be constructed by contract or otherwise for the State of Illinois prior to the time such plans and specifications are adopted and shall aid the committee, board or person having such matters in charge in preparing such plans and specifications as is intended and desired and he shall have full and final superintendence on all buildings, structures or additions thereto that may be constructed by contract or otherwise for the State of Illinois, according to the terms of the contract.

§ 4. The State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works shall, with the consent of the Governor, when the work in his department requires it, appoint such assistants as he may need, not exceeding two, who shall have the same qualifications as is provided for in this Act for the State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works, and who shall, during their period of service, receive an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800) per year, payable in equal monthly installments, and also their actual and necessary traveling expense while in the performance of their duties under this Act, such expenses to be paid on itemized accounts, signed and sworn to by such assistants and approved by the State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works: Provided, however, that the State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works may discontinue the service of any such assistants at any time his service is no longer needed. Such assistants, when so appointed, shall assist the State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works in the performance of his duty under the direction of said officer.

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§ 5. No person shall be appointed to the office of State Inspector of Masonry, Public Buildings and Works, or an assistant thereof, except a skilled mechanic who has had at least ten years' practical experience next prior to his appointment in brick and masonry work and the substitutes therefor.

APPROVED June 28th, 1915.

STATE MILITARY AND NAVAL CODE.

STATE MILITIA-LAND FORCES. $ 1. Amends section 1, Article II, Act of 1909.

$ 1. (Article II) As amended, provides for

three additional batteries of field

artillery. (HOUSE BILL No. 939. APPROVED JUNE 25, 1915.) An Act to amend an Act entitled, "An Act to establish a military and

naval code for the State of Illinois, and to repeal all Acts in conflict herewith," approved June 10, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, by amending section one (1) of Article II thereof.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That an Act entitled, "An Act to establish a military and naval code for the State of Illinois, and to repeal all Acts in conflict herewith," approved June 10, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, be and the same is hereby amended by amending section one (1) of Article II thereof so that the said section when amended shall read as follows:

§ 1. (Article II.) The land forces of the organized militia shall be designated as the Illinois National Guard, hereinafter termed the National Guard, and shall consist, in time of peace, of not more than one major general and three brigadier generals of the line, twenty-four battalions of infantry, one company of engineers, one regiment of cavalry, six batteries of field artillery, one company of signal corps, one field hospital, the necessary line staff officers and non-commissioned officers and supply departments, as specified in Article IV hereof, and the officers of the retired list.

APPROVED June 25th, 1915.

STATE LANDS.

Preamble,

CONVEYANCE TO CITY OF CHICAGO FOR BATHING BEACH.

§ 1. Conveys land described to city of Chicago

for bathing beach, park and recreation purposes

(SENATE BILL No. 326. APPROVED JUNE 24, 1915.) An Act to grant and convey to the city of Chicago certain lands for

bathing beach, park, and recreation purposes. WHEREAS, by a certain decree entered in the superior court of Cook county, Illinois, April 5, 1915, the title to a certain tract of land in the city of Chicago, county of Cook and State of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-wit: commencing at a point fifty feet north of a point on the southern boundary line of the northwest fractional quarter

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