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TRADES EN COUNCIL

SCHNEPP & BARNES, STATE PRINTERS

SPRINGFIELD, ILL.

1917.

1097–1M.

-54 -29 917

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.

Capitol Building, Springfield.

EXECUTIVE DIVISION.
Director, Dr. C. St. CLAIR DRAKE, Springfield.
Assistant Director, Dr. GEORGE T. PALMER, Springfield.

Chief Clerk, AMOS SAWYER, Springfield.

DIVISION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES.
Chief of Division, DR. JOHN J. McSHANE, Springfield.
Supervisor of Field Service, EDWARD A. HARDT, Springfield.

DIVISION OF TUBERCULOSIS.
Chief of Division, DR. C. W. East, Springfield.

DIVISION OF DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES.
Chief of Division, Dr. GEORGE F. SORGATZ, Springfield.

DIVISIN OF SANITARY ENGINEERING.
Chief of Division, PAUL HANSEN, C. E., Springfield.
Assistant Chief of Division, C. M. SJOBLOM, Springfield.

Analyst, WARREN COWLES, Springfield.

DIVISION OF SURVEYS AND RURAL HYGIENE.

Chief of Division, PAUL SKOOG, Springfield.
Farm Sanitation Advisor, FRANK J. SMEJKAL, Springfield.

DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS.
Chief of Division, SHELDON L. HOWARD, Springfield.
Assistant Chief of Division, ORRIN DILLEY, Springfield.

DIVISIN OF CHILD HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING.
Supervising Field Nurses. Miss Mary E. Wilson, Springfield.

7 Mrs. ESTHER WERNER, Springfield.

DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH INSTRUCTION.

Medical Editor, EARL SEARCY, Springfield.
Librarian, Miss HELEN DOLLARH IDE, Springfield.

DIVISION OF LODGING HOUSE INSPECTION.

OFFICE: 130 N. FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO. Superintendent of Lodging House Inspection, W. W. McCULLOCH, Chicago.

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NOTE. Since the last compilation of the Illinois Public Health Laws in 1907, many important changes have been made that are of special interest at this time to the people of this State. One of these changes involves the creation of the Department of Public Health which has been invested with greater powers than were possessed by its predecessor and which is permitted to be organized along better methods of efficiency than were formerly possible.

The present compilation consists of laws which have a direct bearing upon and are enforced through the Department of Public Health and of laws which have a general relation to the public health of this State but which are enforced through some other public agency or officer. In either case, the Department of Public Health, as it is now constituted, is vitally interested not only in the nature and scope of these laws but also in their proper observance and enforcement.

CONTENTS.

I. ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT.
Paragraph.

Paragraph.

1. Executive Officers

7. Cooperation, Coordination and Ef-

2. Nonexecutive Officers.

ficiency.

3. Seal.

8. Moneys, Disposition.

4. Central and Branch Offices.

9. Expenditures.

5. Employees, Civil Service.

10. Reports.

6. Rules and Regulations.

II. POWERS AND DUTIES.

11. Generally.

16. Lodging House Act.

12. State Board of Health Act.

17. Occupational Diseases Act.

13. Vital Statistics Act.

18. Rabies' Act.

14. Ophthalmia Neonatorum Act.

19. Nonexecutive Duties.

15. Barber's Act.

LAWS.

ORGANIZATION, JURISDICTION AND POWERS.

20. State Board of Health, Appoint- 49. Several Towns or Road Districts'

ment, Term of Office, Vacancies.

Ballots, Counting.

21. Powers and Duties, Generally.

50. Result of Election, Evidence.

22. Births and Deaths, Registration, 51. Board of Health Defined.

Legislation.

52. Board of Health, Organization,

23. Rules and Regulations, Violation,

Meetings.

Penalty.

53. Public Health District, Corporate

24. Vital Statistical Registers, An-

Name.

nual Report.

54. Public Health District, Judicial

25. Vital Statistics, Forms.

Notice.

26. Organiation, By-Laws, Meetings.

55. Board of Health, Powers and Du-

27. Executive Officer, Salary and Ex-

ties.

penses, Duties, Members' Com-

pensation.

56. Public Health Officers, Examina-

28. Annual Reports, Requisites.

tion, Notice.

Health

57. Public

Officers,

29. Lodging Houses, Etc., Supervision

Powers

and Duties.

and Inspection, Penalty.

30. Sleeping Rooms, Size, Space be-

58. Health Ordinance, Enforcement.

tween Beds, Ventilation, Pen-

59. Anticipation Warrants.

alty.

60. Public Health Tax Certificate, Ex-

31. Lodging House Register, Inspec-

tension of Tax, Collection.

61. Birth and Death

tion, Penalty.

Registration,

32. Annual Statements, Contents,

Supervision, Uniform Enforce-

Forms, Filing, Penalty.

ment, Records.

of

62. Superintendent

33. Anti-Toxin, Distribution, Agents,

Registration,

Expenses.

Clerical Help, Compensation,

34. Boards of Health, County and

Quarters.

Township, Creation, Quarantine, 63. Vital Statistics Registration Dis-

Rules and Regulations, State

tricts.

Board of Health.

64. Local Registrars, Deputies, Sub-

35. Powers and Duties, Generally.

Registrars.

36. Rules and Regulations, Violation,

63-66. Removal

or Burial of Dead

Penalty, Funds, Payment.

Bodies, Death Certificate

37. Annual Report, Records.

Burial or Removal Permits.

38. Compensation and Expenses.

67. Stillbirth Certificates.

39. Repeal.

68. Death Certificates.

40. Boards of Health, Cities and Vil-

69. Death Certificates by Local Reg-

lages.

istrars or Coroners.

41. Public Health Districts, Organiza-

70. Undertakers' Duties.

tion.

42. Town or Road District, Submis-

71. Burial Permit, Requisites.

72. Cemeteries' Register, Filing Bur-

sion to Voters.

ial or Removal Permits.

43. Several Towns or Road Districts,

73. Registration of Births, Filing

Submission to Voters.

44. Town or Road District's Election,

Birth Certificates.

74. Birth Certificates, Requisites.

Notice.

45. Several Towns or Road Districts'

75. Supplemental Reports and Affida-

vits.

Election, Notice.

46. Ballot, Form.

76. Registration of Physicians, Etc..

47. Number of Votes Necessary.

Local Registrars' Annual Re-

48. Town or Road District's Ballots,

turn.

Counting.

77. Hospitals, Etc., Record.

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