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Water rent, deficiency, twenty-seven dollars.
Carpets for senate and house, deficiency, three hundred and ten dollars and sixty-nine cents.
Sky-light improvement, deficiency, two thousand two hundred and eight dollars.
Covering diagonal walks with asphalt, deficiency, one thousand one hundred and thirty-six dollars and fifty cents.
Drapery and ornamentation of the presiding chairs of the two houses, four hundred and six dollars and sixty-nine cents.
For electrical apparatus for lighting the hall of the house, two hundred and fifty dollars. For State Officers :
Salaries, seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. For Treasurer of State:
Salaries of clerks, one thousand and three hundred dollars.
Contingent expenses, deficiency, one hundred and fifty dollars.
Contingent expenses, two hundred dollars.
Night watch, four hundred dollars.
Expenses of taking care of office room, incidental expenses and postage, during late adjournment, seventy-one dollars and fifty cents.
State officers; salaries and contingencies.
Clerk of the house.
Athens hospital for insane.
Columbus hospital for insane.
Sec. 2. That there be and hereby is appropriated out of any money in the treasury to the credit of the asylum fund, and not otherwise appropriated, the following sums, to wit: For the Athens Hospital for the Insane:
For current expenses, deficiency, nineteen thousand dollars.
Salaries of oflicers, nine hundred and fifty dollars.
For furniture, kitchen utensils, laundry, and other necessary furniture for the entire building, eighty thousand dollars.
For payment of existing contracts to be finished by March 1st, 1877, and other necessary work not contracted for, which should be done by March 1st, 1877, fifty thousand dollars; and the word “drains” contained in section two of the general appropriation act of April 11, 1876, under the head of “For Central Ohio Hospital for the Insane," shall be construed to include any machinery and apparatus, including water supply, deemed necessary for the efficient use and operation of the drains contemplated.
For salaries of oflicers, deficiency, five hundred dollars.
For current expenses, nine thousand dollars.
For current expenses, twenty-nine thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers, eleven hundred and twenty-five dollars.
Cleveland hospital for insane.
Ordinary repairs, deficiency, one thousand dollars.
Ordinary repairs, one thousand dollars. For Dayton Hospital for the Insane:
Dayton hosFor current expenses, deficiency, fifteen thousand dollars. pital for inFor‘current expenses, thirty thousand dollars.
For officers' salaries, eleven hundred and twenty-five dollars.
Ordinary repairs, deficiency, one thousand dollars.
Constructing sewer, deficiency, two thousand one hundred
Longview For the support of colored insane, in accordance with the hospital for
insane. terms of agreement with the state, twelve hundred dollars. For Lucas County Insane Asylum:
Lucas county To support patients under the contract made in pursuance insane asyof a joint resolution passed April 27, 1872, six thousand three hundred and eight dollars.
For same purpose, for deficiency, one hundred and thirtyseven dollars and nineteen cents. For the Asylum for the Blind:
For current expenses, eight thousand five hundred dollars. lum.
Salaries of officers and teachers, deficiency, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
Salaries of officers and teachers, thirty-five hundred dollars. For the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb:
Deaf and Current expenses, sixteen thousand dollars. Salaries of officers and teachers, deficiency, two hundred
lum. and twenty-one dollars and twenty-eight cents.
Salaries and Salaries of officers and teachers, five thousand two hundred repairs. and fifty dollars. For repairs, one thousand dollars.
Printing deFor printing department, six hundred dollars.
partment. For Asylum for Imbecile Youth: For salaries, deficiency, sixty-five dollars and forty-four
lum. cents. For salaries, three thousand dollars.
Salaries, reFor general expenses, eighteen thousand dollars.
pairs, etc. For repairs, twelve hundred and fifty dollars.
For iron smoke stack in ventilating shaft, eighteen hundred and sixty dollars.
For removing boilers and machinery to new boiler-house, three thousand eight hundred and thirty-two dollars and forty-seven cents. For Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home:
Soldiers' and For current expenses, deficiency, twenty thousand dollars. sailors' orFor current expenses, fifteen thousand dollars.
phans' home. For salaries, four thousand dollars." For ordinary repairs, deficiency, fifteen hundred dollars. For establishing and maintaining industrial pursuits, one fciency, etc.
Repairs, dethousand dollars.
For live stock, two hundred dollars.
Salaries, provisions, repairs, etc.
For trees and grading, five hundred dollars.
For pipe, hose, and fire-plug, deficiency, five hundred dollars.
For support of soldiers' and sailors' orphans outside of home at Xenia, is provided by section ten of the act to establish the Ohio soldiers' and sailors' orphans' home, passed April 14, 1870, deficiency, three thousand five hundred dollars; for the support of the same orphans, eighteen hundred dollars. For Ohio Penitentiary:
Provisions and current expenses, deficiency, nine thousand dollars.
Provisions and current expenses, thirty-five thousand dollars.
Salaries of warden and other officers and guards, deficiency, ten thousand dollars.
Salaries of warden and other officers and guards, thirty thousand dollars.
For manufacture of gas, deficiency, two thousand dollars.
Prosecution and transportation of convicts, deficiency, forty thousand dollars.
Prosecution and transportation of convicts, thirty thousand
Current expenses, deficiency, five thousand dollars.
Ordinary repairs, one thousand dollars.
For current expenses, six thousand one hundred and seventy-eight dollars and sixty-three cents.
For salaries, eighteen hundred and seventeen dollars and ninety cents.
For expenses of the Trustees of Benevolent Institutions, six hundred dollars.
For expenses of Secretary and Board of State Charities, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
SEC. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
C. H. GROSVENOR, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
H. W. CURTISS,
President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 11, 1877.
Boys reform school.
Salaries, repairs, etc.
Girls' indusdustrial school.
of less than one hundred and fifty thousand, and greater than ninety
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the council of any city of the first-class, with Authorizing a population of less than one hundred and fifty thousand, certain cities and greater than ninety thousand inhabitants, at the last or hoid land federal census, shall have power to lease, rent, or otherwise for park purhold any lots or lands abutting upon, contiguous, or adjacent poses. to, any park or public grounds, for the purpose, of extending and enlarging such park or public grounds; and that the commissioners of such park or public grounds are hereby authorized and empowered to take charge of, improve, embellish, and protect the lots or lands so leased, rented, or held, in the same manner, and subject to the same authority, as they do the park or public grounds of which they are the commissioners.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
0. J. HODGE Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.
H. W. CURTISS,
President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 26, 1877.
To amend an act entitled “An act to amend section three of an act pre
scribing the rate of taxation for county, bridge, road, and township purposes," passed May 1, 1871 (O. L., vol. 68, p. 117), and to amend an act entitled " An act prescribing the rate of taxation for county, bridge, road, and township purposes," passed April 26, 1872, (0. L., vol. 69, p. 113), passed April 3, 1870 (O. L., vol. 73, p. 149).
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section three of the above recited act be amended to read as follows:
Section 3. The county commissioners of any county in Limitation of this state shall not levy any tax, or appropriate any money, for taxation. the purpose of building public county buildings, purchasing sites therefor, or for lands for infirmary purposes, or for building any bridge, except in case of casuality, or such bridge or bridges as shall be deemed unsafe for public travel by the county commissioners, as provided for in section two of said act, the expenses of which shall exceed ten thousand dollars, without first submitting to the qualified voters of said Submission county the question as to the pobicy of building any pub, to vote of lic county building or buildings, or for purchasing sites electors. therefor, or for the purchase of lands for infirmary purposes, by general tax, which said submission shall be made at the
annual fall election in October, A.D. 1877, or any annual fall
tion of the proposed improvement, as the notice may require; Notice of and said commissioners shall cause the same notice for such election, and vote to be given as is required in the election of state and how given.
county officers. It shall be the duty of the judges of election in the several townships and wards in any county in which such question may be submitted as aforesaid, on the day of the annual fall election, A.D. 1877, or at any fall election thereafter, to open a poll for taking such votes, and to receive and count the ballots cast, and, within three days thereafter, to return to the auditor of the county a full and correct abstract of said votes; and the said judges of election shall, in all respects, be governed by the laws regulating general elections, and shall be entitled to the same compensation for returning said poll-books, which shall be paid out of the county treasury, on the order of the auditor, and the poll-books so returned shall, within five days from the holding such election, be opened, and the votes counted by the commissioners and auditor of the county, a correct statement of the result of which votes shall be kept by said auditor on file in his office for public inspection. If the majority of the
votes so cast shall be against the policy of such improveOn petition
ments, the commissioners shall not assess any tax for that of tax-payers purpose, but the commissioners may, on the petition of not vote may be less than one hundred tay-payers of said county, again subtaken again. mit the same question, at any regular annual fall election,
under the same rules and regulations as before provided ; if, at any such election, a majority shall be in favor of the improvements as aforesaid, then the commissioners shall be authorized to proceed to levy the tax as provided for in this section, and for the purpose of said improvement: provided,
that nothing in this act shall apply to the construction of Proviso.
any public building or bridge commenced or contracted for prior to the passage of this act, or for which the commissioners of any county have in fact purchased the ground or acquired the material for the same, or have been and are now proceeding, with all convenient dispatch, to construct; and in every such case the acts of the commissioners of any county, in levying taxes and issuing the bonds of the county, and in appropriating money for the constructing and completion of such building or buildings, shall be as lawful and binding as if neither this act nor any of the acts to which this is amendatory had been passed: and, provided further, that the provisions herein contained shall not be construed to authorize the commissioners of any county in this state to construct any new bridge on any new site, costing more than ten thousand dollars, without first submitting to the qualified voters of the said county the question as to the policy of build