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[Senate Bill No. 29.]
Authorizing the auditor of state to issue a duplicate warrant for original warrant No. 6705.
- SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Gencral Assembly of Duplicate war the State of Ohio, That the auditor of state is hereby au*ś' thorized to issue a duplicate warrant in favor of J. J. McMaken, a member of the 71st general assembly, in the sum of seventy-five dollars ($75,00), being the salary due him as senator for the last half month of the session of the general assembly. Said original warrant, No. 6705, for seventy-five dollars ($75,00), issued May 9, 1894, having been destroyed. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. CHARLES H. BOSLER, Sfcaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives. ASAHEL W. JONES, Presidcitt of the Scnale. Passed January 24, 1896. 3G
| House Bill No. 161.]
To appropriate funds for furnishing a hospital, improving the grounds, and for ordinary repairs at the Ohio soldiers' and sailors' home at Sandusky, Ohio. SECTION 1. Be it cnacted by the General Assembly of Appropriation the State of Ohio, That there is hereby appropriated from
on any money in the treasury to the credit of the general ors' home. revenue fund, and not otherwise appropriated, the sum of
nine thousand ($9,000.00) dollars for furnishing a hospital,
improving grounds and ordinary repairs at the Ohio sol
diers' and sailors' home.
from and after its passage.
Speaker pro fein. of the House of Representatives. ASAHEL W. JONES. President of the Senate. Passed January 29, 1896. 4G
| Senate Bill No. 71.)
SECTION 1. Be it citacted by the General 1ssembly of Municipal cor the State of Ohio, That section 1655b of the Revised Statutes porations: of Ohio, be amended so as to read as follows:
SEC. 1655b. In cities of the first grade of the first class, no ordinance, resolution, or order, for granting a franchise or creating a right, or for the purchase, lease, sale or transfer of property, and no resolution declaring it to be to the interest of such city that any property of any kind or description shall be sold, shall take effect, unless such ordinance, resolution or order is concurred in by the board of administration of such city, and unless approved by the mayor, or, in case of his disapproval, is passed over his veto in the manner provided by law.
SECTION 2. Said original section 1655b, as enacted March 5, 1894 (91 O. L., 49), and all other acts inconsistent with this act be and the the same are hereby repealed.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force
from and after its passage.
Passed January 30, 1896. 5(;
| Senate Bill No. 10.]
To supplement section 897 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.
SECTION 1. Be it cnacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section S07 p be enacted as supplementary to section S97 of the Revised Statutes as follows:
SEC 897p. In counties which by the last preceding federal census had a population of not less than 26,950 nor more than 26,970, or which at any subsequent federal census may have such population, each county commissioner shall On and after March 1, 1896, devote his entire time to the duties of his office, if so required, and shall receive a salary at the rate of eight hundred (800) dollars per annum, to be paid in equal monthly instalments upon the warrant of the county auditor; said salary shall be in full payment for all services rendered, mileage or expenses incurred, except when traveling on official business outside the county each Commissioner may be paid his actual expenses, after filing with the county auditor an itemized statement of the same,
attested by his oath.
from and after its passage.
Requirements to effect certain ordinances, reso1:1tions or orders in Cincinnati.
Power of certain officers to issue bonds or borrow money to change but not increase indebtedness.
County colutilissioners :
Objects for which money may be borrowed and bonds issued.
[Senate Bill No. 16.]
To supplement section 2834 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.
SECTION 1. Be it cnacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section 2S34 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be supplemented as follows:
SEC. 2S34a. The trustees of any township, the board
| Senate Bill No. 18.]
To amend original sections 871, S72 and 873 of the Revised Statutes
SECTION 1. Be it cnacted by the Goncral Assembly of the State of Ohio, That Original Sctions S71, 872 and S73 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows:
SEC. S71. The commissioners, for the execution of the objects stated in the preceding section, or for the purpose of erecting any court-house, buildings for county officers, jail, county infirmary, or bridge, or for the purpose of enlarging, repairing, improving or rebuilding any such building or bridge, or for the relief or support of the poor, may borrow such sum or sums of money as they deem necessary, at a rate of interest not to exceed six per cent.
per annum, and issue the bonds of the county to secure the
Payment of interest and principal.
payment of the principal and interest thereof; such interest
principal shall be paid at such treasury, at such times as the commissioners prescribe, within twenty years from the date of such indebtedness; the interest on all the bonds issued forany of said purposes, shall become due and payable at the same time, and the first payment of interest on any such bond shall be for such portion of the six months as has elapsed between the date of its issue and the time specified therein for the first payment of interest thereafter. SEC. 872. The bonds so issued shall be signed by the commissioners, or any two of them, and countersigned by the auditor, with or without coupons attached, in sums not less than fifty nor more than one thousand dollars each, payable to bearer at the county treasury, with interest, as aforesaid, at such times, not exceeding twenty years after date, as the commissioners prescribe, and such bonds shall specify distinctly the object for which they were issued. SEC. 873. The commissioners shall, annually, at their June session, levy such amount of taxes as will pay the interest on such indebtedness, and at least One-twentieth of the principal; but where such indebtedness is created by the purchase of lands, the erection, repair, alteration, Or improvement of a building or buildings for an infirmary, the property of any city which supports the poor thereof at its own expense exclusively, shall not be taxed for such purpose. SECTION 2. That original sections 871, 872 and 873 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, be, and the same are, hereby repealed. SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force
Bolids issued under preceding Section.
Annual levy of taxes to pay interest and principal.
Lease of portion of embankment of Miami and Erie canal.
Ohio, commencing at the westerly right of way line of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railway company at its intersection with the berme-bank of the Miami and Erie canal and running thence northwesterly along the westerly line of said canal a distance of four hundred and twenty-five (425) feet, except that portion occupied by the main building, boiler house and corn crib of Allen and Wheeler under Reservations, the terms and restrictions following: The state reserves all right in the premises for canal purposes. The state reserves the right to regulate the occupancy of the said premises by the said party of the second part, all change in the towing path, the moving and rebuilding of the change bridge and the necessary piling and planking and occupancy to be under the supervision of the chief engineer of public works, and at the expense of the said party of the second part. SECTION 2. This act to take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, CHARLES H. BOSLER, Speaker pro tem, of the House of Represcntatives.
ASAHEL W. JONES. President of the Senate. Passed February 3, 1896. 9C
[House Bill No. 116.]
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of #on the State of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated Schools. from any moneys raised or coming into the state treasury, for the support of common schools, for the fiscal year ending November 15, 1896, and for the fiscal year ending November 15, 1897, the sum of three million, four hundred ninetytwo thousand, seven hundred and seventy-four dollars ($3,492,774.00), or as much as may come into the state treasury for that purpose, to be distributed and paid in the manner provided by law, agreeable to section 3956 of the