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[House Bill No. 595.)

AN ACT

State board of agricul. ture.

Board of public works.

Making partial appropriations for the fiscal year 1879. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury to the credit of the revenue fund, and not otherwise appropriated by law, the following sums for the purposes hereinafter named, to wit :

For State Board of Agriculture : Encouragement of agriculture, seven hundred and fifty dollars ($750.00.)

Contingent expenses, to be paid upon vouchers approved by the auditor of state and filed in his office, two hundred dollars ($200.00).

Horticultural society, to be paid to the president thereof, upon vouchers to be approved by the auditor of state and filed in his office, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125 00).

For Board of Public Works :
Salaries of members, six hundred dollars ($600.00).

Attorney's fees, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00).

For contingent expenses, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00).

Said salaries, attorney's fees, and contingent expenses, shall be paid out of the canal fund.

For Adjutant- General's Office :
Salary of adjutant-general, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Salary of assistant adjutant-general, three hundred and seventy five dollars ($375 00).

Salary of one clerk, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00).

Superintendent of state arsenal, who shall also discharge the duties of ordnance clerk, two hundred and twenty-five dollars ($225.00).

Salary of two clerks to transcribe muster-rolls, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Labor at state arsenal, and care of arms, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).

Contingent expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars
($150.00).

For Adjutant-General---Capitol :
Care of capitol and grounds, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Wages of employés, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500 00).

Policeman, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00).
Fuel, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00).
Water rent, two hundred dollars ($200.00).

Adjutantgeneral's office.

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For Attorney-General :
Salary of clerk, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).
Contingent expenses, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Attorneygeneral.

For Auditor of State : Salary of chief clerk, five hundred dollars ($500.00). Auditor of

Salary of book-keeper, three hundred and seventy-five state. dollars ($375.00).

Salary of land clerk, three hundred and forty dollars (8340.00).

Salary of general account and miscellaneous clerk, three hundred and thirty-three dollars ($333.00).

Salary of trust funds clerk, three hundred and thirtythree dollars ($333 00).

Salary of statistical, bank, and railroad clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375.00)

Contingent expenses, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

For Commissioner of Fisheries :
Current expenses, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

Commissioner of fisheries.

For Commissioner of Railroads and Telegraphs : Salary of one clerk, three hundred dollars ($300.00.) Contingent expenses, seventy-five dollars ($75.00).

For bridge inspector, to examine railroad bridges, to be paid on vouchers indorsed by commissioner, two hundred dollars ($200.00.)

Commissioner of rail. roads and telegraphs.

For Commissioner of State Common Schools : Salaries of clerks, seven hundred dollars ($700.00).

CommisContingent expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars sioner of ($150.00).

state schools. Traveling expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).

For Governor's Office: Salary of executive clerk, three hundred and seventy-five Governor's dollars ($375.00).

office. Contingent expenses, six hundred dollars ($600.00).

For Insurance Department : Salary of chief clerk, four hundred dollars ($400.00). Insurance Salary of assistant clerk, three hundred dollars ($300.00). department. Temporary clerk hire, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Contingent expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).

For Judiciary: Salaries of supreme, superior, and common pleas judges, Judiciary. forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00).

Legislature.

Law library.

State library.

Inspector of nines.

For the Legislature: Per diem and mileage of members of the general assem. bly, and per diem of clerks, assistant clerks, sergeant-atarms, and payment of messengers, pages, and other employés, under the laws and resolutions of the senate and house, fiftyfive thousand dollars ($55,000.00).

Contingent expenses of house of representatives and senate, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

Expenses of committees of both branches of the general assembly, and witnesses called to testify before the same, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

For Law Library: Salary of assistant librarian and messenger of supreme court, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250 00).

Salary of messenger and attendants of commission to aid supreme court, two hundred dollars ($200 00).

For State Library:
Salary of assistant librarian, two hundred and fifty dollars
($250.00).

Contingent expenses, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).
Books, seven hundred dollars ($700.00).

For Inspector of Mines :
Salary of inspector of mines, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

For Secretary of State:
Salary of chief clerk, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Salary of statistical clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375.00).

Salary of stationery clerk, three hundred dollars ($300.00).
Salary of corporation clerk, three hundred dollars ($300 00).
Salary of recording clerk. three hundred dollars ($300.00).

Contingent expenses of the office, three hundred dollars ($300.00).

Stationery, fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).

Distribution of laws, journals, and public documents, five hundred dollars ($500,00).

For Supervisor of Public Printing.
State printing, eight thousand dollars ($8,000.00).
State binding, six thousand dollars ($6,000.00).

For Supreme Court:
Salary of assistant clerk, three hundred and seventy-five
dollars ($375.00).

Salary of reporter, four hundred dollars ($400.00).
Contingent expenses, fifty dollars ($50.00).
Contingent expenses of clerk, fifty dollars (850.00).
Contingent expenses of reporter, fifty dollars ($50.00).

Secretary of state.

Supervisor of public printing.

Supreme court.

For Salaries of State officers : Salaries of governor, lieutenant-governor, auditor of state, Salaries of secretary of state, treasurer of state, state commissioner of state officers. common schools, su perintendent of insurance, attorney-general, clerk of supreme court, private secretary of the governor, commissioner of railroads and telegraphs, state librarian, law librarian, and supervisor of public printing and binding, five thousand dollars ($5,000.00).

For Labor Statistics : Salary of commissioner of labor statistics, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Contingent expenses, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Commissioners of labor statistics.

For Treasurer of State:
Salary of cashier, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

State treasSalaries of two book-keepers, six hundred and seventy-five urer. dollars ($675.00).

For pay of night watch, four hundred dollars ($400.00). Contingent expenses of office, two hundred dollars ($200.00)

For Commissioners to Revise and Consolidate the Statutes :
Per diem of commissioners, two thousand dollars (82,000.00).
Pay of clerks, sixteen hundred dollars ($1,600.00).
Contingent expenses, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Revisory commission.

Miscellaneous For payment of claim of Joseph Tomlinson, of Ottawa, Payment Canada, for services relating to the Ashtabula bridge dis- claim of aster, rendered January, 1877, one hundred and eleven dol- Joseph Tomlars and fifty cents ($111.50).

linson.

For Furnishing Hall of House of Representatives : For new desks and chairs of house of representatives Furnishing under house resolution No. 67, two thousand dollars($2,000.00). hall of house SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and of represen

tatives. after its passage.

JAMES E. NEAL,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES W. OWENS,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 25, 1879.

[Senate Bill No. 192.]

AN ACT
To amend section twenty-four of an act entitled "an act for the relief of

the poor, and to repeal certain acts therein named.” (Vol. 73, 233 Laws,
1876.)
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, That section twenty-four of said act be amended so

as to read as follows, to wit: Relating to counties

Whenever, in any county having an infirmary, the trustees having in- of any township, shall after making inquiry provided in the firmaries. fifteenth section of this act, be of the opinion that the per

son complained of is in a condition requiring public relief,

they shall forth with transmit a statement of said facts, so Superintend

far as they sball have been able to ascertain the same, to the ent sball, su perintendent of the infirmary, and if it shall appear that under cer- such alleged pauper is legally settled in said township, or tain condi

has no legal settlement in this state, or that such settlement tions, receive non

is unknown, and said superintendent is satisfied that said resident pau- alleged pauper requires public relief, he shall forthwith repers. ceive said pauper, and provide for him or her in said in

firmary, and shall furnish transportation for said pauper to Directors

said infirmary; provided, that the directors of the infirmary way order discharge of may order the discharge of any inmate thereof. inmates.

Sec. 2. This act shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage, and said original section twenty-four is hereby repealed.

JAMES E. NEAL, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES W. OWENS,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 27, 1879.

Number who
may as-
sociate for
reclamation
of intemper-
ate and im-
moral per
Bons.
Rales for the
formation of
such associa-
tions.

(House Bill No. 524.]

AN ACT
To authorize the incorporation of associations for the purpose of the re-

clamation of both men and women from lives of intemperance and im-
morality.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, That it shall be lawful for any number of persons,
not less than five, to associate and become a body corporate
for the purpose of the reclamation of both men and women
from lives of intemperance and immorality.

SEC. 2. The persons so associating, shall make out and sign and seal a certificate, which shall specify1. The name of such association. 2. The county where such association is located. 3. The post office address of such association.

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