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(Senate Joint Resolution No. 42.]

JOINT RESOLUTION Relative to granting consent to The Columbus Railway Company to pass in front

of certain state institutions. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: That the board of trustees of the Columbus state hospital for insane, and the board of trustees of the Ohio institution for feeble-minded youth are hereby authorized to grant to the Columbus railway company the right to construct a double track street railway on West Broad street in front of the property of the above institutions, belonging to the state of Ohio.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

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[Senate Joint Resolution No. 37.]

JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the trustees of the Ohio state hospital to grant right of way for a sewer.

Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: That the trustees of the Ohio state hospital be and they are hereby authorized to grant to the city of Columbus, Ohio, the right of way for the construction of a sanitary sewer through the grounds of the Ohio state hospital in such manner and upon such line or lines as to the said trustees may seem advisable.

A. G. COMINGS,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

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[House Joint Resolution No. 47.]

JOINT RESOLUTION
Relating to senate bill 2028 pending in the senate of the United States.

WHEREAS, The following bill has been introduced by Hon. Joseph B. Foraker, and is now pending in the senate of the United States, to-wit:

Granting a pension to Wilson W. Brown and others. Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled : That the secretary of the interior be and he is hereby authorized and directed to place on the pension roll, at the rate of one hundred dollars per month, the names of Wilson W. Brown, company F, twenty-first regiment, Ohio volunteer infan

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try: William J. Knight, company E, twenty-first regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry; William Bensinger, company G, twenty-first Ohio volunteer infantry; John A. Wilson, company C, twenty-first regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry; Jacob Parrott, company K, thirty-third regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry; William H. Reddick, company B, thirty-third regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry, and Daniel A. Dorsey, company H, thirty-third regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry. The pension herein provided to be in lieu of any and all pensions now received by said soldiers, whether under the general law or by special act of congress. And

WHEREAS, It is the sense of this general assembly that said bill should become a law, therefore,

Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: That our senators and representatives in congress be and they are hereby respectfully urged to give said measure their hearty support, and, to use all proper means to procure the enactment of said bill into law.

Be it further resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, duly certified, be forwarded by the governor to each of our senators and representatives in congress.

A. G. COMINGS,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatites.

F. B. ARCHER.

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

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[House Joint Resolution No. 62.)

JOINT RESOLUTION

Assigning rooms in the capitol building. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the rooms in the new state capitol building and in the rooms vacated in the present capitol be and are hereby reassigned as follows:

JUDICIARY BUILDING.

First Floor.

The large room on the west side of the north end is assigned to the state board of public works.

The small room next south is assigned as a receiving and shipping room for all departments in the building.

The room directly north of the rotunda is assigned to the state board of agriculture for storage and general purposes.

The large room on west side of south end is assigned to the state board of health.

The four rooms on the southeast corner are assigned to the superintendent of insurance and building and loan associations.

The five rooms in the northeast corner are assigned to the state board of agriculture.

Second Floor.
The large room in the north end is assigned to the law library.

The adjoining room on the west side and the three adjoining rooms on the east side are assigned for the use of the law librarian and for attorneys' consultation rooms.

The three rooms at the southeast corner are assigned to the attorneygeneral.

The two remaining rooms on the east side are assigned to the state board of charities.

The four rooms at the southwest corner are assigned to the clerk of the supreme court.

The room directly south of the rotunda, now occupied by the state board of medical registration and examiners and state board of pharmacy, is assigned to the commissioner of labor statistics.

Third Floor.

This entire floor is assigned to the supreme court, for court .ooms, judges' rooms, consultation rooms, etc.

Inter Floor.

The five rooms on the south side are assigned to the state board of health for the use of its chemical laboratory, bacteriological and engineers’ department.

The first two rooms on north side assigned to the state board of arbitration, and

The next room south of these two rooms, and now used by the board of arbitration, is assigned to the state board of medical registration and examination, and the state board of pharmacy, for the joint use of their secretaries.

OLD BUILDING.

The room formerly occupied by the state board of charities is assigned to the state commissioner of soldier's claims.

The rooms vacated by the state board of agriculture are assigned to the adjutant general.

The rooms vacated by the state board of public works are assigned to the inspector of mines and mining.

The room vacated by the adjutant general is assigned to the secretary of state.

The room vacated by the attorney general is assigned to the commissioner of railroads and telegraphs.

The room occupied by the commissioner of labor statistics is assigned to the state library, together with the rooms now occupied by it.

The two east rooms vacated by the superintendent of insurance are assigned to the state dairy and food commissioner.

The remaining room vacated by the superintendent of insurance is assigned to the inspector of workshops and factories.

The room vacated by the dairy and food commissioner is assigned to the auditor of state.

The room vacated by the state board of health is assigned to the state board of appraisers and assessors.

The room formerly occupied by the supreme court as a consultation room is assigned to the house of representatives for the use of the finance committee.

The room vacated by the law library is assigned to the house of representatives for a committee room.

The rooms vacated by the clerk of the supreme court are assigned to the state fire marshal, except the press room.

One of the rooms on the west side of the building, adjoining the law library, is assigned to the state examiner of engineers, which is the room he now occupies.

The large room formerly used as a supreme court room is assigned as a flag room and for an assembly room, to be under the authority of the adjutant general.

The private office at the east of the south corridor to be removed and the corridor to be restored to its original condition.

The rooms now occupied by the governor, secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer of state, school commissioner, commissioner of railroads and telegraphs, and supervisor of public printing, are hereby reassigned to the use of said officers.

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

. F. B. ARCHER.

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

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STATE OF OHIO,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

I, LEWIS C. LAYLIN, secretary of state of the state of Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing acts and joint resolutions were printed under and by the authority of the general assembly of said state, and that the same are true copies, copied from the original rolls on file in this office of the acts passed and the joint resolutions adopted by the seventyfifth general assembly of the state of Ohio, at its regular session, begun January 6, 1902, and ended May 12, 1902, and held in the city of Columbus.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and affixed my official seal, at Columbus, the 18th day of July, A. D. 1902.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN,

Secretary of State. [Seal.]

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