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Full Text of SB3288  98th General Assembly


Rep. Brian W. Stewart

Filed: 4/29/2014





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2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 3288 by replacing
3everything after the enacting clause with the following:
4    "Section 5. The General Assembly Operations Act is amended
5by changing Section 10 as follows:
6    (25 ILCS 10/10)
7    Sec. 10. General Assembly printing; session laws.
8    (a) Authority. Public printing for the use of either House
9of the General Assembly shall be subject to its control.
10    (b) Time of delivery. Daily calendars, journals, and other
11similar printing for which manuscript or copy is delivered to
12the Legislative Printing Unit by the clerical officer of either
13House shall be printed so as to permit delivery at any
14reasonable time required by the clerical officer. Any petition,
15bill, resolution, joint resolution, memorial, and similar
16manuscript or copy delivered to the Legislative Printing Unit



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1by the clerical officer of either House shall be printed at any
2reasonable time required by that officer.
3    (c) Style. The manner, form, style, size, and arrangement
4of type used in printing the bills, resolutions, amendments,
5conference reports, and journals, including daily journals, of
6the General Assembly shall be as provided in the Rules of the
7General Assembly.
8    (d) Daily journal. The Clerk of the House of
9Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate shall each
10prepare and deliver to the Legislative Printing Unit,
11immediately after the close of each daily session, a printer's
12copy of the daily journal for their respective House.
13    (e) Daily and bound journals.
14        (1) Subscriptions. The Legislative Printing Unit shall
15    have printed the number of copies of the daily journal as
16    may be requested by the clerical officer of each House. The
17    Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of
18    Representatives shall furnish a copy of each daily journal
19    of their respective House to those persons who apply
20    therefor upon payment of a reasonable subscription fee
21    established separately by the Secretary of the Senate and
22    the Clerk of the House for their respective House. Each
23    subscriber shall specify at the time he or she subscribes
24    the address where he or she wishes the journals mailed. The
25    daily journals shall be furnished free of charge on a
26    pickup basis to State offices and to the public as long as



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1    the supply lasts. The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk
2    of the House shall determine the number of journals
3    available for pickup at their respective offices.
4        (2) Other copies. After the General Assembly adjourns,
5    the Clerk of the House and the Secretary of the Senate
6    shall prepare and deliver to the Legislative Printing Unit
7    a printer's copy of matter for the regular House and Senate
8    journals, together with any matter, not previously printed
9    in the daily journals, that is required by law, by order of
10    either House, or by joint resolution to be printed in the
11    journals. The Legislative Printing Unit shall have printed
12    the number of copies of the bound journal as may be
13    requested by the clerical officer of each House. A
14    reasonable number of bound volumes of the journal of each
15    House of the General Assembly shall be provided to State
16    and local officers, boards, commissions, institutions,
17    departments, agencies, and libraries requesting them
18    through canvasses conducted separately by the Secretary of
19    the Senate and the Clerk of the House. Reasonable fees
20    established separately by the Secretary of the Senate and
21    the Clerk of the House may be charged for bound volumes of
22    the journal of each House of the General Assembly.
23    (f) Session laws. Immediately after the General Assembly
24adjourns, the Secretary of State shall prepare a printer's copy
25for the "Session Laws of Illinois" that shall set forth in full
26all Acts and joint resolutions passed by the General Assembly



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1at the session just concluded and all executive orders of the
2Governor taking effect under Article V, Section 11 of the
3Constitution and the Executive Reorganization Implementation
4Act. The printer's copy shall be furnished and delivered to the
5Secretary of State by the Enrolling and Engrossing Department
6of the 2 Houses. At the time an enrolled law is filed with the
7Secretary of State, whether before or after the conclusion of
8the session in which it was passed, it shall be assigned a
9Public Act number, the first part of which shall be the number
10of the General Assembly followed by a dash and then a number
11showing the order in which that law was filed with the
12Secretary of State. The title page of each volume of the
13session laws shall contain the following: "Printed by the
14authority of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois".
15The laws shall be arranged by the Secretary of State and
16printed in the chronological order of Public Act numbers. At
17the end of each Act the dates when the Act was passed by the
18General Assembly and when the Act was approved by the Governor
19shall be stated. Any Act becoming law without the approval of
20the Governor shall be marked at its end in the session laws by
21the printed certificate of the Secretary of State. Executive
22orders taking effect under Article V, Section 11 of the
23Constitution and the Executive Reorganization Implementation
24Act shall be printed in chronological order of executive order
25number and shall state at the end of each executive order the
26date it was transmitted to the General Assembly and the date it



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1takes effect. In the case of an amendatory Act, the changes
2made by the amendatory Act shall be indicated in the session
3laws in the following manner: (i) all new matter shall be
4underscored; and (ii) all matter deleted by the amendatory Act
5shall be shown crossed with a line. The Secretary of State
6shall prepare and furnish a table of contents and an index to
7each volume of the session laws.
8    (g) Distribution. The bound volumes of the session laws of
9the General Assembly or, upon agreement, an electronic copy of
10the bound volumes, shall be made available to the following:
11        (1) one copy of each to each State officer, board,
12    commission, institution, and department requesting a copy
13    in accordance with a canvass conducted by the Secretary of
14    State before the printing of the session laws except judges
15    of the appellate courts and judges and associate judges of
16    the circuit courts;
17        (2) 10 copies to the law library of the Supreme Court;
18    one copy each to the law libraries of the appellate courts;
19    and one copy to each of the county law libraries or, in
20    those counties without county law libraries, one copy to
21    the clerk of the circuit court;
22        (3) one copy of each to each county clerk;
23        (4) 10 copies of each to the library of the University
24    of Illinois;
25        (5) 3 copies of each to the libraries of the University
26    of Illinois at Chicago, Southern Illinois University at



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1    Carbondale, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville,
2    Northern Illinois University, Western Illinois University,
3    Eastern Illinois University, Illinois State University,
4    Chicago State University, Northeastern Illinois
5    University, Chicago Kent College of Law, DePaul
6    University, John Marshall Law School, Loyola University,
7    Northwestern University, Roosevelt University, and the
8    University of Chicago;
9        (6) a number of copies sufficient for exchange purposes
10    to the Legislative Reference Bureau and the University of
11    Illinois College of Law Library;
12        (7) a number of copies sufficient for public libraries
13    in the State to the State Library; and
14        (8) the remainder shall be retained for distribution as
15    the interests of the State may require to persons making
16    application in writing or in person for the publication.
17    (h) Messages and reports. The following shall be printed in
18a quantity not to exceed the maximum stated in this subsection
19and bound and distributed at public expense:
20        (1) messages to the General Assembly by the Governor,
21    10,000 copies;
22        (2) the biennial report of the Lieutenant Governor,
23    1,000 copies;
24        (3) the biennial report of the Secretary of State,
25    3,000 copies;
26        (4) the biennial report of the State Comptroller, 5,000



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1    copies;
2        (5) the biennial report of the State Treasurer, 3,000
3    copies;
4        (6) the annual report of the State Board of Education,
5    6,000 copies; and
6        (7) the biennial report and annual opinions of the
7    Attorney General, 5,000 copies.
8    The reports of all other State officers, boards,
9commissions, institutions, and departments shall be printed,
10bound, and distributed at public expense in a number of copies
11determined from previous experience not to exceed the probable
12and reasonable demands of the State therefor. Any other report
13required by law to be made to the Governor shall, upon his or
14her order, be printed in the quantity ordered by the Governor,
15bound and distributed at public expense.
16(Source: P.A. 90-572, eff. date - See Sec. 99-5.)
17    Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
18becoming law.".