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SECTION 3. Said section 995, as amended May 4, 1891 (88 0. L., p. 531), is hereby repealed, and this act sbalí take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senate.
Passed January 25, 1892.

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[House Bill No 72.]

AN ACT

Making appropriations for house and senate contingent fund purposes. Appropria

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State tion for con

of Ohio, That there be and is appropriated out of any moneys tingent ex penses general in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to the credit of assembly.

the general revenue fund, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500) for
the house contingent expense tund, and fifteen hundred dol-
lars (81,500) for the senate contingent expense fund.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect on its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senate.
Passed January 25, 1892.

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[Senate Bill No. 18.]

AN ACT

Appropria tion for publication conftitutional amendment.

To provide for a deficiency caused by the publication of constitutional

amendment. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of twelve thousand and seven hundred dollars and eighty cents ($12,700.80), to pay for the publication of constitutional amendment, as provided for by an act of the general assembly passed April 25, 1891 (O. L, pp. 401, 402). The same shall be paid in accordance with section four of said act upon the warrant of the auditor of state, upon vouchers approved by the supervisor of public printing

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ELBERT L. LAMPSON,

President pro tem. of the Senate.
Passed January 28, 1892.

[House Bill No. 101.)

AN ACT

To authorize any village in the state of Ohio, which had at the last federal

census a population of not less than 840 nor more than 850, or which may have such population at any succeediog federal census, to issue bonds for the purpose of providing such village with a system of water-works and the purchase of apparatus for the extinguishment of fires.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Water-works of Ohio, That the village council of any village having a pop and fire de ulation of not less than 840 nor more than 850 at the last bonds (Wesfederal census, or which may have such population at any

ton). subsequent federal census, in the state of Ohio, be and is hereby authorized and empowered to issue bonds of said village in any sum not to exceed ten thousand ($10,000) dollars, and Amount. bearing interest at a rate not exceeding six per cent. per annum, Interest. payable semi-annually, and such bonds shall be of such de- Denominanominations as the council shall, by ordinance, determine, tion. but not less than one hundred ($100.00 dollars each, and shall be made payable at such times and place as the council shall, When payable. by ordinance, prescribe, but not more than twenty years from date, and such bonds shall not be sold for less than their par Sale. value in cash. The proceeds of such bonds shall be used for Water works. the purpose of buying or leasing the necessary land and water right, and buying the necessary material and constructing therewith a system of water-works for the said village, and purchasing necessary apparatus and appliances for the extin- Fire apparaguishment of fires, and for no other purpose whatever; and tus. such bonds shall be signed by the mayor of said village and Attestation. attested by the clerk thereof and the seal of said village; and when sold the proceeds shall be paid to the treasurer of said Proceeds. village, who sball hold and disburse the same as other village funds are by him held and disbursed.

SECTION 2. If bonds of said village be issued, as herein- Additional tax before provided, it shall be the duty of the council of said levy. village annually thereafter until the said bonds and the interest thereon are fully paid, to assess and levy a tax on all the taxable property of the corporation, in addition to all other taxes authorized by law, sufficient to provide for the payment of said bonds as they fall due with interest accruing thereon.

Section 3. Provided, that before said bonds are issued, General or spethe village council shall submit the proposition of issuing the cial election. same to the electors of said village at a general or special election to be held for such purpose at such time and place in the corporation as the council shall determine by resolution. Notice shall be given of the time and place of holding such Notice. election and the amount of bonds to be issued at least ten days prior to the time of holding such election in a newspaper of general circulation in said village, and the form of tbe Ballot. ballot shall be as follows: Those in favor of the construction of water-works and the issuing of said bonds shall have written or printed on their ballots “Water-works-Yes." Thcse opposed to the construction of water-works and the issuing of said bonds shall have written or printed upon their ballots

Rate.

Expenses of
election.

Laws govern
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Returns and
poll-books.

Result.

Issue condi.
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"Water-works-No." Said ballots shall be provided by the council of said village and the expense thereof, and of said election shall be paid by said village. Said election shall be held in accordance herewith and with the statutes governing elections in force prior to the 30th day of April, 1891, so far as applicable. The returns and poll-books shall be made by the clerk, who shall return and present the same to the council at the first regular meeting after such election, when the same shall be opened and canvassed and the result declared by the council, and said result shall be entered upon the minutes of the council; and if it appear that a majority of the ballots cast at such election were in favor of water-works, then the council shall proceed to issue such bonds, and not otherwise; and all acts and parts of acts and provisions of law inconsistent herewith shall have no application to the election to be held under this act.

SECTION 4. This act shall be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ELBERT L. LAMPSON,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 28, 1892.

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Inconsistent
laws.

[House Bill No. 80.]

AN ACT

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Making partial appropriations for the last three quarters of the fiscal

year ending Nov. 15th, 1892, and the first quarter of the fiscal year ending Feb. 15th, 1893.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the following sums for the purposes bereinafter specified are appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund not otherwise appropriated, to-wit:

Adjutant-General's Department:
Salary of adjutant-general, two thousand dollars (82,000).

Salary of assistant adjutant-general, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).

Salary of chief clerk, fourteen hundred dollars ($1,400).
Salary of assistant clerk, two hundred dollars ($200).

Salary of transcribing clerks, four thousand dollars ($4,000).

Salary of superintendent of state arsenal, ordnance clerk and book-keeper, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).

Contingent expenses and inspection, four hundred dollars ($400).

Care of military stores and freight on arms, three hundred dollars ($300).

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State-House and Grounds:

Salary of superintendent of laborers, nine hundred dol- Partial appro lars ($900).

priations Salary of one engineer, one thousand dollars ($1,000). Salary of two firemen, five hundred dollars (8500).

Salary of janitor of flag-room, seven hundred and twenty dollars (8720).

Salary of visitors' attendant, seven hundred and twenty dollars (8720).

Salary of day policeman, seven bundred and twenty dollars ($720).

Salary of night policeman, eight hundred dollars (8800).
Salary of four regular laborers, six hundred dollars ($600).
Extra labor, five hundred dollars ($500).
Material and repairs, five hundred dollars ($500).
Fuel for state-house, five hundred dollars ($500).

Care and repair of heating apparatus, thrte hundred dollars ($300).

Agriculture:
Contingent expenses of board, two hundred dollars ($200).

For tbe encouragement of agriculture, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).

Attorney-General:
Salary of attorney-general, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).
Salary of clerk, one thousand dollars ($1,000).
Contingent expenses, two hundred dollars (8:200).
Fees on collections, tive hundred dollars ($500).

Auditor of State:
Salary of auditor, three thousand dollars ($3,000).
Salary of chief clerk, two thousand dollars ($2,000).
Salary of book-keeper, sixteen hundred dollars ($1,600).

Salary of railroad and bank clerk, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).

Salary of land clerk, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).

Salary of canal and trust fund clerk, fourteen hundred dollars ($1,400).

Salary of statistical clerk, twelve hundred dollars ($1.200).
Salary of stenographer, eight hundred dollars (8800).
Contingent expenses, five hundred dollars (8500).

Board of Health:
General expenses of board, one thousand dollars ($1,000).

Board of Pardons :
Per diem of members, three thousand dollars ($3,000).
Salary of secretary, three hundred dollars ($300).

Board of Public Works:
Salaries of members, twenty-four hundred dollars ($2,400).
Salaries of engineers, thi-ty-six hundred dollars ($3,600).

Partlalappro priations.

Board of State Charities:
Expenses of board, six hundred dollars ($600).

Commissioner of Common Schools:
Salary of commissioner, two thousand dollars ($2 000).

Traveling expenses of commissioner, two bundred dollars (8200).

Salary of chief clerk, seventeen hundred and fifty dollars ($1,750).

Salary of second clerk, twelve hundred dollars ($1.200).
Contingent expenses, one hundred and fi'ty dollars ($150).
Boxing and shipping reports, one hundred dollars (8100).

Commissioner of Railroads and Telegraphs :
Salary of commissioner, two thousand dollars (82,000).
Salary of chief clerk, twelve hundred dollars ($1.200).
Salary of assistant clerk, one thousand dollars ($1,000).
Experts to examine bridges, two hundred dollars (8200).
Contingent expenses, one hundred dollars ($100).
Expenses outside of office, one hundred dollars ($100).

Commissioner of Statistics of Labor:
Salary of commissioner, two thousand dollars (82000).
Clerk hire, five hundred dollars ($500).
Contingent expenses, four hundred dollars (8400).
Traveling expenses, one hundred dollars (3100).

Erecutive Department:
Salary of governor, eight thousand dollars (88,000).
Salary of private secretary, tight bundred dollars ($800).
Salary of executive clerk, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500).
Salary of stenographer, twelve hundred dollars (81.200).

Salary of assistant executive clerk, twelve hundred dollars ($1,200).

Contingent expenses, clerk hire and newspapers, five hundred dollars ($500).

Salary of lieutenant-governor, eight hundred dollars ($800).

Repair and replacement of furniture, two hundred dollars ($200).

Inspector of Mines :
Salary of chief inspector, two thousand dollars (82 000).

Salaries of district inspectors, six thousand dollars ($6,000).

Contingent expenses of mine inspectors, one thousand
dollars ($1.000).
Clerk hire, two hundred dollars (8200).

Inspector of Workshops and Fuctories:
Salary of chief inspector, fifteen hundred dollars ($1 500).

Salaries of district inspectors, three thousand dollars ($3,000).

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