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For seven judges of the Supreme Court at $10,000 each

For increased compensation for five judges of
the Supreme Court to be elected in June,
1924 ....

For seven private secretaries to judges of the
Supreme Court at $3,000 each...

For Supreme Court Marshal

For Supreme Court Clerk

For Supreme Court Reporter

For 18 clerks for judges of the Appellate
Courts at $2,000 each

For 91 judges of the Circuit Courts and Su-
perior Court at $6,500 each ...
For eight additional judges of the Superior
Court to be elected in November, 1923....
For judges of City Courts (35 estimated)...
For 3 judges Court of Claims at $1,500.00 each
For 102 State's attorneys at $400 each.......
For members and officers of the 54th General
Assembly (salaries, mileage and incidentals)
For Secretary of the Joint Legislative Ref-
erence Bureau

For Director of Finance.

For Assistant Director of Finance.
For Administrative Auditor

For Superintendent of Budget

For 5 Tax Commissioners at $6,000 each....
For Statistician (for Tax Commision)

For Director of Agriculture at $6,000 per an-
num until January 1, 1925

at $7,000 per annum from January 1, 1925,
until July 1, 1925

For Assistant Director of Agriculture.
For General Manager of State Fair....
For Superintendent of Foods and Dairies.
For 2 Food Standard Officers at $450 each..
For Superintendent of Animal Industry.
For Chief Veterinarian

For Superintendent of Plant Industry.
For Chief Game and Fish Warden...

8,000.00 per annum

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For Director of Labor at $5,000 per annum

until January 1, 1925

7,500.00

at $7,000 per annum from January 1, 1925,

until July 1, 1925 ...

3,500.00

For Assistant Director of Labor at $3,000 per annum until January 1, 1925...

4,500.00

at $4,000 per annum from January 1, 1925, until July 1, 1925 ..

2,000.00

For Chief Factory Inspector at $3,000 per annum until January 1, 1925...

4,500.00

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For Superintendent of Free Employment Of-
fices

For Chief Inspector of Private Employment
Agencies

For 1 Industrial Officer (chairman) at $5,000
per annum until January 1, 1925........
at $7,500 per annum from January 1, 1925,
until July 1, 1925 ....

2,000.00

3,000.00 per annum

4,000.00 per annum

7,500.00

3,750.00

For 4 Industrial Officers at $5,000 each per annum until January 1, 1925.

30,000.00

at $6,000 each per annum from January 1, 1925, until July 1, 1925..

12,000.00

For Director of Mines and Minerals at $5,000 per annum until January 1, 1925....

7,500.00

at $7,000 per annum from January 1, 1925, until July 1, 1925 ...

3,500.00

For Assistant Director of Mines and Minerals
For 4 Mine Officers at $500 each....

3,000.00 per annum

2,000.00 per annum

For 4 Miner's Examining Officers at $1,800 each

For Director of Public Works and Buildings.
For Assistant Director of Public Works and
Buildings at $4,000 per annum until January
1, 1925

7,200.00 per annum 7,000.00 per annum

6,000.00

at $5,000 per annum from January 1, 1925, until July 1, 1925

2,500.00

For Superintendent of Highways at $5,000 per annum until January 1, 1925..

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For Chief Examiner of the State Civil Service Commission

3,500.00 per annum

For 22 watchmen for public buildings in
Springfield at $1,200 each

For Illinois State Historical Librarian

26,400.00 per annum 3,000.00 per annum

§ 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrants upon the State Treasurer monthly, or at such other times as provided by law, for amounts due the foregoing officers for services rendered, payable to such officers respectively, and the State Treasurer shall pay the same from the General Revenue Fund with the exception of the salary of the fire marshal, which shall be paid from the fire prevention fund.

APPROVED June 30, 1923.

Indicates veto.

GENEVA-LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.

§ 1. Appropriates $786.80.

§ 2. Subject to State Finance Act.

(SENATE BILL No. 158. APPROVED MAY 3, 1923.)

AN ACT making an appropriation to the city of Geneva to pay the State's proportionate share of special assessments and interest thereon for improvement of the water system.

WHEREAS, The city of Geneva has, by "An ordinance providing for a connected system of cast iron main water supply pipes in Batavia Street, Chalmers Streets, Nebraska Street and Kane Street, in the city of Geneva, Kane County, Illinois, to be known as Water District Number 7," created a water district known as Water District Number 7; and

WHEREAS, The said city has levied a special assessment against all property within such district for its proportionate share of the cost of extending or improving the water system in accordance with the said ordinance; and

WHEREAS, The State Training School for Girls is located within such water district and the assessment against the institution property, plus interest, totals seven hundred eighty-six dollars and eighty cents ($786.80); now therefore

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly:

SECTION 1. There is appropriated to the city of Geneva, Illinois, the sum of seven hundred eighty six dollars and eighty cents ($786.80), or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the State's proportionate share of the special assessment, plus accrued interest, for the extension or improvement of the water system of said city.

§2. This appropriation is subject to the provisions of "An Act in relation to State finance," approved June 10, 1919, as amended. APPROVED May 3, 1923.

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AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the office of the Governor until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the General Assembly:

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of $136,800, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, be, and is hereby appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the office of the Governor until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the General Assembly.

(1) To the Governor :

For salaries and wages..........

For the following positions not to exceed the annual rates

herein specified:

1 secretary

1 assistant secretary

1 clerk

1 messenger

1 janitor

$35,400

.$6,000 per annum

3,000 per annum

2,100 per annum

1,400 per annum

1,200 per annum

Extra help

4,000 per annum

For office expenses

9,000

For travel

8,000

For operation

1,000

For repairs and equipment..

1,400

For contingencies

40,000

(Total for the executive office, $94,800.)

(2) To the Governor for the Executive Mansion:

For salaries and wages..

$16,000

For operation

20,000

.....

For repairs and equipment.

(Total for the executive mansion, $42,000.)

6,000

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