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Partial appropriations for 1902 and 1903.

Supreme Court.
Salary of marshal, who shall perform the duties of
librarian and cataloguing

$2,500 Salary of first deputy marshal

1,200 Salary of second deputy marshal

1,000 Salary of stenographer, first division

1,200 Salary of third deputy marshal

1,000 Salary of porter

600 Contingent expenses

300

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Ohio Penitentiary.
Per diem of managers
Salaries of officers
Salaries of guards
Current expenses
Manufacture of gas, electricity and improvement of

lights
Rewards to discharged convicts
Ordinary repairs and improvements.
Sewerage and water works

$5,000

5,000 16,000 20,000

3,500 5,000 3,500

300

Ohio State Reformatory'.
Salaries of managers
Salaries of officers
Salaries of guards
Ordinary repairs and improvements

Athens State Hospital.
Salaries of officers and trustees' expenses..
Ordinary repairs and improvements

$3,000 5,000 2,000 2,000

$1,800 3,000

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Boys' Industrial School. Current expenses

$10,000 Salaries of officers and teachers and trustees' expenses

8,000 Ordinary repairs and improvements

2,000 Rewards

200 Ministerial and lectures

150

Girls' Industrial Home.

$1,000

Current expenses
Salarie; of officers and teachers and trustees' ex-

penses

2,500

Institution for the Education of the Blind. Current expenses

$1.000 Salaries of officers and teachers and trustees' expenses

4,000 Ordinary repairs and improvements

2,000

Partial appropriations for 1902 and 1903.

Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Duimb. Current expenses

$8,000 Salaries of officers and teachers and trutsees' expenses

7,000 Ordinary repairs and improvements

2,000 Lumber and nails for boxes

250 Foremen supplies and industrial pursuits.

500

Ohio Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth.
Salaries of officers and teachers and trustees' ex-

penses
Ordinary repairs and improvements

$4,000 4,000

Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Home.
Salaries of officers and trustees' expenses
Ordinary repairs and improvements

$2,000 3,000

Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home.
Current expenses

$25,000
Salaries of officers and teachers and trustees' ex-
penses

6.000 Ordinary repairs and improvements

3,000 Industrial pursuits

2,000 Salaries of foremen and instructors

2,500 Net earnings

500

Ohio Hospital for Epileptics.
Current expenses
Ordinary repairs and improvements

$16,000

3,000

State Board of Medical Registration and Examination. Balances and receipts

State Fire Marshal.
Balances and receipts

SECTION 2. The moneys appropriated in the preceding section shall not be in any way expended to pay liabilities or deficiencies existing prior to February 15, 1902, nor shall they be used or paid out for purposes other than those for which said sums are specifically appropriated as aforesaid.

SECTION 3. No bills for clerk hire, for furniture or carpets, or for newspapers, shall be paid out of appropriations made for contingent expenses; no bills for carpets or furniture, or any expenses for officers attending state, interstate or national associations of benevolent institutions, shall be paid out of the appropriations made for current expenses of said institutions; and no money herein appropriated shall be drawn except on a requisition on the auditor of state, ap

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priations for proved by the head of each department or the trustees of the 1902 and 1908. institution, which shall set forth in itemized form the seryice rendered, or material furnished or expenses incurred, and the date of purchase and the time of service, and it shall be the duty of the audit e of state to see that these provisions are complied with. No bills for extra clerk hire in favor of any clerk or clerks, while drawing salaries from the state, shall be allowed from any amount herein appropriated; and this act shall take effect on its passage.

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

CARL L. NIPPERT,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 28, 1902.

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[Senate Bill No. 3.)

AN ACT

To authorize the appointment of an interpreter by the court of com

mon pleas in any county of the ninth judicial district of Ohio. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That the judges of the several courts of Judges of comcommon pleas in the ninth judicial district may, when re- in 9th judicial quested, or upon their own motion, appoint a suitable person district may apor persons as interpreter, in any cause then pending in said preter. courts, or to be thereafter commenced in said courts, who shall take an oath as such interpreter, and who shall under the direction of the court, or any judge thereof, interpret the testimony of witnesses, and translate any writing necessary to be translated in the court, or in any cause therein, and perform such other services as are required by the court, or any judge thereof. The interpreter shall receive for his Compensation. services not to exceed $3.00 per day for the time he is engaged; to be allowed by the court or judge, and the auditor of the county is authorized to draw his warrant upon the county treasurer therefor, who shall pay the same out of any fund not otherwise appropriated.

SECTION 2. The clerk of the court in which such serv- Salary shall be ice is rendered shall tax in the cost bill in every case, to be taxed in collected as other costs, the sum of three dollars per day for the services of such interpreter, when his services are required, and the fees shall be paid into the county treasury to the credit of the county fund.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

CARL L. NIPPERT,

President of the Senate.
Passed March 4, 1902.

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