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Care of state. house.
skaw & Co
For binding, three thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers and guards in the Ohio penitentiary, itentiary. fifteen thousand dollars. Transportation,
For prosecution and transportation of convicts to the Ohio &c., of convicts. penitentiary, ten thousand dollars. Girls' reform. For current expenses reform school for girls, two thousand
dollars. Heating appar For heating apparatus of state house, five hundred dollars.
For repairs of state-bouse engine and boilers, one thousand Repairs.
dollars. Steam fixtures,
For steam fixtures on state-house boilers, under inspection
law, three hundred and thirty dollars. Military claims. For military claims, allowed by the board of military
claims, twenty thousand dollars. Secretary's For salaries of clerks in the office of the secretary of state,
twelve hundred dollars. Salary of adju
For the payment of the balance of salary due the adjutant tant general, general, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and forty
neven cents, and back pay of clerk in said office, forty-five
dollars. Clerk of milita For payment of salary due clerk of military claims, two ry claims.
For the care of state-bouse, nineteen lundred dollars.
For payınent of account of Osborn, Kershaw & Co., five Osborn, Ker
hundred and fifty-one dollars and eighty-nive cents. Hydrostatic For payment for hydrostatic pumps, bought under boiler pumps.
inspection act, six thousand dollars. Salary of boiler
For salary of the inspector-in-chief, under an act“ relating inspector.
to steam boiler inspection,” &c., passed May 7, 1869, up to the time of the repeal ot said act, the sum of twelve hundred
and seventy-seven dollars and seventy-two cents. Expenses for For expenses of addition to pumps, tools and connections, pumpe, &c.
two hundred and twenty-nine dollars and thirty cents.
For transportation of pumps from Newark, New Jersey, fifty-two dollars; for postage, telegrams, blanks, freight, &c., thirty-three dollars. The cost of boilers, salary, expenses, &c., under said law, as aforesaid, shall be carefully examined by the state auditor, and no allowance shall be made under this appropriation which has not been clearly created under
said act. Seneca county
For the redemption of Seneca county bank notes and cer
tificates, six hundred and sixty two dollars. Seals and press
For seals and presses that may be required by law, two hundred and thirty-five dollars and seventy-three cents.
For tuition of soldiers in the state universities, three thous. and one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents.
For transportation and care of public arms, seven hundred public arms. and eighty dollars and six cents.
The four last items abore being for balances of appropria. tions made February and April, 1868, for the purposes named, apid which, under the law, will lapse at the expiration of two years, if not reappropriated.
Tuition of sold. iers.
Care, &c., of
SEC. 2. This act to take effect and be ip force from and after its passage.
A. J. CUNNINGHAM,
J. C. LEE,
President of the Senate. Passed January 28, 1870.
To dispense with proof in certain cases. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the When deed State of Ohio, That whenever it shall be necessary, in any be civil action or criminal proceeding, to prove the title of the prima facie
evidence. state of Ohio to any lands granted by an act of congress entitled “an act to grant a certain quantity of land to the state of Indiana, for the purpose of aiding said state in opening a canal to connect the waters of the Wabash River with those of Lake Erie," pa ssed March second, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and which were, by the state of Indi. ana, transferred to the state of Ohio by a joint resolution of the general assembly of said state of Indiana, approved FebTuary first, one thousand eight hundred and thirty four, and suchi lands as have been or may hereafter be conveyed by the state of Ohio, to any person or persons, body politic or cor. porate, the deed of the state of Ohio, conveying the same, shall be prima facie evidence that the title to the laud conreved was in the state of Ohio at the time of the execution of said conveyance.
SEC. 2. This act shall take effect from the time of its passage.
A. J. CUNNINGHAM,
J. C. LEE,
President of the Senate. Passed January 31st, 1870.
To amend the act entitled “an act to amend the act for
the better regulation of the public schools in cities, towns." etc.. passed February 21, 1849, passed March 13, 1850. (O. L., vol. 48, p. 40. S. & C., pages 1376–7.) SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Tbat section three of the above recited act be amended so as to read as follows:
Title of real Section 3. The title to all real estate and other property estate to be
belonging for school purposes to any city, town, village, towovested in board of ed- ship or district, or to any part of the same, which is or may ucation. be organized into a single school district in accordance with
this act, or the act to which this is an amendment, shall be regarded in law as vested in the board of education thereof, for the support and use of the public schools therein; and said board may dispose of, sell and convey said real estate or any part of the same, by deed to be executed by the presi. dent of said board, upon a majority vote for such sale, at any regular meeting of the electors of said district. Provided, that where the school house site is held under a leirse, only the title to the estate created thereby shall be regarded as vested in the board of educatiou ; wbich estate may be sold and conveyed by the board of education, when authorized in the inapper hereinbefore provided.
SEC. 2. That section three of said amendatory act of March 13, 1850, is hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect from its passage.
A. J. CUNNINGHAM,! Speuker of the House of Representatives.
J. C. LEE,
President of the Senate. Passed February 1st, 1870.
: AN ACT To amend section one of an act passed May 5th, 1869,
(Vol. 66, Ohio Laws, p. 99,) entitled “an act to amend section one of an act regulating marriages," passed Jauuary 6th, 1824. (S. & C., page 855.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section one of the above named act, passed May 5th, 1869, be amended so as to read as follows:
Section i. That mile persons of the age of eighteen years, and female persons of the age of sixteen years, not nearer of kin than second cousins, and not having a husband or wite living, may be joined in marriage; provided, always, that male persons under the age of twenty one years, and female persons under the age of eighteen years, shall tirst obtain the consent of their fathers, respectively, or in case of the death or incapacity of their fathers, then of their mothers or guardians.
SEC. 2. That section one of the above named act, passed May 5th, 1869, be and the same is hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
A. J. CUNNINGHAM, Speaker of the House of Representutires.
J. C. LEE,
President of the Senate. Passed February 10, 1870.
Supplementary to an act“ to provide for the organization
and government of municipal corporations,” passed May 7th, 1869.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That in the cities of the first class, of a popu. Constitntion lation exceeding one hundred thousand inhabitants at the of common last federal census, the legislative power of the said corpora council. tion shall be vested in a board of aldermen and board of councilmen, which, together, shall form the common council of the said city.
SEC. 2. The board of aldermen shall consist of one alder- Board of alman to be elected froin each ward in the city, at the first an- dermen. nual election of municipal officers to be held after the passage hereof. The members of the board of aldermen first electeil under this act shall be classified as follows: The aldermen from wards having an even numerical designation, shall hold such office for the term of one year; and those from wards having an odd numerical designation, shall hold office for the term of two years; and at all subsequent elections for alder. men they shall be elected for the full term of two years; and said board of aldermen, and the council now provided by and existing under the act to which this is supplementary, shall, together, form the common council of such cities.
Sec. 3. Aldermen and conncilmen elected for city, within ten days after their election, upon separate days, shall Organization assemble and organize their respective boards, as now provided for councils of cities of the first class by the act to which this is supplementary; and a majority of either shall be a quorum to do business. Each board shall elect, by bal. lot, a president and vice-president from its own body, who shall preside at its meetings; in the absence of the president of either board the vice-president shall preside; and in the absence of the president and vice president, a president pro tempore shall be elected viva voce. Each board shall determine the rules of its own proceedings, and be the judge of the election returns and qualifications of its own members; and shall keep a journal of its own proceedings.
DEC. 4. Both boards shall meet in the same chamber at Meetings of least twice each month, on such days as they may severally boards. determine: Provided, that both boards shall not meet on the same day, nor on the day after a meeting of either branch, except when it shall be necessary for them to meet in joint session; and then, only for the transaction of such business as requires a joint session; provided, that if said boards at any time appoint for meeting, or be called to meet on the same day, the meeting of said board of aldermen shall have precedence on any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, and the meeting of said board of councilmen shall have precedence on any other day
ŠEC. 5. Every legislative act of the common council shall be Acts to be by by ordinance, resolution or order, which shall have passed the concurrent two boards of the common council; and any ordinance, reso- ordinance.
lution, or order of the common council, may originate in either board, and when it shall have passed one board, may be rejected or amended by the other. The like majority shall be required for the passage of different kinds of orders, resolutions and ordinances in each board, that are now required by law in city councils of one board; and at least one week shall intervene between the passage by one board, of any ordiDance, resolution or order, involving the expenditure of money, or any contract for the payment of money, or for grairing any franchise or creating any right, and the passage of the same by the other board.
SEC. 6. In cities where a common council is organized Joint sessions under this act, all officers or agents of said city, now elected of the boards.
or confirmed by the city council, as provided for by city councils of cities of the first class of a population of eighty thonsand inhabitants and over, iuder existing laws, shall be elected and contirined by the cominou council from the qualitied voters of the city; and for that purpose the two boards shall meet in joint session; and the term of office of the persou so elected or appointed shall be one year; and the election or appointment of all such officers or agents of said city, or of any board created by or working under the saine, shall be held inmediately after the organization of the common council ; and any of said officers elected or appointed prior to the time herein provided for, shall bold their offices only until their
successors are elected or appointed and qualitied under this City clerk, act. The city clerk elected by city councils of cities of the
tirst class, under the provisions of the act to which this is supplementary, shall be elected by both boards of the commou council, and be the clerk of each board.
Sec. 7. The provision of law pow existing in reference to Laws appli
the calling of special ineetings of the city council, shall apply cable to each to each of said boards; aud tbree members of the board of boand aldermeu uuiting with tive of the board of councilmen, may,
in like manner, cull a joint sessiou of the two boards.
SEC. 8. The common council provided for in this act shall Powers and
be invested with the same powers and duties, except as hereduties.
in otherwise provided, as are possessed by city councils of cities of the first class having over one hundred thousand inhabitants at the last federal census, uuder existing laws; and all laws aud ordinances regulating the duties of city councils and councilmen, or trustees, in any city orgauized under the provisious of the act to which this is supplemeutary, shall be construed as applying to a common council constituted of two boards, and the individual members of the two boards respectively.
SEC. 9. The operation of all laws authorizing cities of Temporary
the first class having a population exceeding one hundred suspension of thousand inhabitants at the last federal censis, to issue laws.
bonds, lease property of any description for any purpose whatever, or to make contracts of any kind whatever, contemplating the expenditme of money ut absolutely in the city treasury, to the credit of the fund proposed to be used, at the date of the passage of this act, are bereby suspended