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rendered in any capacity in and for said hospitals for the insane, provided the annual salaries of superintendents of asylums for the insane and Ohio hospitals for epileptics shall continue until the expiration of their present terms, respectively, twelve hundred dollars; stewards of asylums for the insane, and Ohio hospital for epileptics each twelve hundred dollars; matrons of same, each four hundred dollars; superintendents of boys' industrial school, twelve hundred dollars; matrons of same, four hundred dollars; superintendent of girls' industrial home, twelve hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; clerk of supreme court, fifteen hundred dollars; and for Services while acting as clerk of supreme court commission, five hundred dollars ; chief deputy clerk of supreme court, thirteen hundred dollars; second deputy clerk of supreme court, eleven hundred dollars; commissioner of railroads and telegraphs, two thousand dollars; superintendent of insurance, two thousand dollars; inspector of mines, two thousand dollars ; commissioner of labor statistics, two thousand dollars; supervisor of public printing, eighteen hundred dollars; and state commissioner of common schools, cwo thousand dollars.

SECTION 2. Said section 1284 as amended May 12, 1902, is hereby repealed.

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

GEORGE T. THOMAS, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

H. L. GORDON,

President of the Senate. Passed January 5, 1904.

I hereby approve the within bill this 6th day of January, 1904, at 3:10 o'clock p. m.

GEO. K. NASH,
Governor of Ohio.

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Reveals.

[House Bill No. 3.]

AN ACT

To amend sections 80, 108, and 1288 of the Revised

Statutes of Ohio.

Governor :

Secretary and clerks.

Be it enacted by the General Asseinbly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That sections 80, 108 and 1288 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 80. The governor may appoint a secretary, an executive clerk, a commission clerk and corresponding clerk.

Sec. 108. There shall be made and kept up an alphabetical index to each of said records, and all official papers shall be filed in boxes properly labeled and dated, to which boxes reference shall be made in the proper places in said

Alphabetical index; filing.

governor shall

records. And a transcript of any entry in any record or of Evidence. any official paper, kept as aforesaid, certified as correct by the secretary, executive clerk to the governor or commission clerk, under the great seal of the state of Ohio, shall be received as prima facie evidence of the facts, therein stated, in any court, or before any officer of the state. Sec. 1288. The secretary to the governor shall, in

Secretary to addition to his salary, be entitled to all fees paid into the have all fees office of the governor for any purpose.

salary. SECTION 2. That said original sections 80, 108 and

Repeals. 1288 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be and the same are hereby repealed.

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

GEORGE T. THOMAS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

H. L. GORDON,

President of the Senate.
Passed January 5, 1904.

I hereby approve the within bill this 6th day of January, 1904, at 3:15 o'clock p. m.

Geo. K. NASH,
Governor of Ohio.

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[Senate Bill No. 1.]

AN ACT
To provide for the appointment of the military staff of the

governor, to provide for the compensation of certain officers
thereof, to amend sections 98, 99, and 102, and to repeal sec-
tions 100 and 101 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That sections 98, 99 and 102 of the Revised Governor : Statutes of Ohio, be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 98. The staff of the governor shall consist of one Appointment adjutant general, of the grade of brigadier general, upon and duties of

military stať. whom shall devolve the duties of quartermaster general; one assistant adjutant general, of the grade of colonel, and twelve aides-de-camp, all of whom shall be appointed by the governor and hold office during his pleasure, and whose term of office shall expire with the term of office of the governor appointing them. The aides-de-camp shall be appointed by the governor from the commissioned officers of the national guard in active service of the grade below that of colonel, and their appointment shall operate as a commission as aides-de-camp, but shall not add to the actual grade of the officer so appointed. The officers so appointed as aides-de-camp shall not be relieved from duty with their respective organizations, but shall perform all duties per

and compensatlon.

duties and

termaster general ; duties

tion.

taining thereto except when actually on duty as aides-de

camp, under orders of the governor. Adjutant

The adjutant general shall have an office in the state general; duties house and shall be in control of the military department

of the state, and shall perform such duties as pertain to the adjutant general and the quartermaster general under the regulation and customs of the United States army. He shall superintend the preparation of all returns and reports required by the United States from the state, and shall perform all other duties prescribed by law. He shall keep a register of all officers of the militia of the state, and shall keep in his office all records and papers required by law to be kept and filed therein and shall receive for his services a

salary of two thousand dollars per annuin. Assistant adju- The assistant adjutant general shall serve in the office tant general;

of the adjutant general and aid him in the performance of compensation.

such duties that may be assigned to him by the adjutant general, and in the case of the absence or inability of the adjutant general shall perform all or such portion of the duties of the adjutant general as the latter may expressly delegate to him and shall receive for his services a salary

of fifteen hundred dollars per annum. Assistant quar

Sec. 99. The adjutant general shall have an assistant

quartermaster general, of the grade of colonel, who shall be and compensa appointed and commissioned by the governor, and shall

serve in the office of the adjutant general, and shall be entitled to all the rights, privileges and allowances of other officers of corresponding rank and grade of the Ohio national guard. The assistant quartermaster general shall aid the adjutant general in the performacne of such duties as may be assigned to him and of all duties devolving upon the assistant quartermaster general. He shall have charge of all ordnance and quartermaster stores and of the military property of the state under the direction of the adjutant general, and for his services shall receive a salary

of fifteen hundred dollars per annum. Adjutant

Sec. 102. The adjutant general shall make to the

governor annual reports of the transactions of his departreports. ment, including a detailed statement of all the expenditures

for military purposes, up to and including the fifteenth day

of November Repeals, etc.

SECTION 2. That said original sections 98, 99, 100, 101 and 102 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, be and the same are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its constitutional enactment.

GEORGE T. THOMAS, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

H. L. GORDON,

President of the Senate. Passed January 5, 1904.

I have approved the foregoing bill on this the 11th day of January, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.

GEO. K. NASI,
Governor of Ohio.

general to make annual

[House Bill No. 4.]

AN ACT

To confer jurisdiction upon police courts. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: SECTION 1. The police court shall have jurisdiction Police court :

final jurisdieof any offense under any ordinance of the city, and of any tion ! misdemeanor committed within the limits of the city or within four miles thereof, to hear and finally determine the same, and to impose the prescribed penalty; but cases in which the accused is entitled to a jury trial, shall be so tried unless a jury be waived.

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

GEORGE T. THOMAS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

W. G. HARDING,

President of the Senate.
Passed January 21, 1904.
Approved January 22, 1904.

MYRON T. HERRICK,

Governor.
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[House Bill No. 85.]

by the emer

AN ACT
To make appropriations to pay deficiencies authorized by the

emergency board.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That the following sums be and the same Appropriations are hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state cies authorized treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund not

gency board. otherwise appropriated, to pay deficiencies as herein specified, to-wit:

State House and Grounds. Repairs for stairways

$650 00 Ohio National Guard. Machinery for electric light and water at state camp grounds

3,453 41 Attorney-General's Department. Assistant counsel

4,000 00 Board of Health. Expenses of board

1,500 00 Board of Public Works. Canal repairs and improvements

318 II

Bureau of Labor Statistics. Office repairs and improvements

385 00 Legislature. Chandeliers, decorating, carpets and draperies for house and senate

11,955 45 Supreme Court and Law Library. Contingent expenses supreme court

500 00 Columbus State Hospital. Heating and completing two new hospitals..... 15,000 00 Repairing damage done by fire

2,500 00 Massillon State Hospital. Constructing sewer for six cottages

2,600 00 Girls' Industrial Home. New boiler house and equipment

5,885 00 Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. Completing sewage disposal plant

8,500 00 Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. Completing boilers and hot water system

15,000 00 Ohio Hospital for Epileptics. For fire protection

2,126 00 Slaughter house and equipment

4,000 00 Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge Commission. Site for monument on Missionary Ridge battlefield

3,300 00 State Normal School Commission. Expenses of commission

800 00 For interest on deficiencies at four per cent. per

annum, to be paid on approval of the
auditor of state

2,000 00 SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

GEORGE T. THOMAS, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

W. G. HARDING,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 3, 1904.
Approved February 4, 1904.

MYRON T. HERRICK,

Governor.

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