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HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, COMMENCING TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1879.

VOLUME LXXVI.

COLUMBUS:
NEVINS & MYERS, STATE PRINTERS.

1879.

JAN 31 1924.

366579 GENERAL LAWS.

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[House Bill No. 14.]

AN ACT
To amend an act entitled "an act to amend section twenty-eight of the

code of civil procedure,” passed March 30th, 1874. (Sayler's Statı, page
3222.)

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section twenty-eight of the code of civil procedure be amended so as to read as follows: Section 28. Where a married woman is a party, her hus

Where mar. band must be joined with her, except that where the action ried woman concerns her separate property, or is upon a written obliga- is a party, tion, contract or agreement, signed by ber, or is brought by where husher to set aside a deed or will, or is brought by her band must

be joined to collect a legacy; or if she be engaged as owner or partner in any mercantile or other business, and the cause of action grows out of or concerns such business, or is between her and her husband, she may sue or be sued alone. And in Proceedings all cases where she may sue and be sued alone, the like pro- sued alone. ceedings shall be had, and the like judgment rendered and enforced in all respects as if she were an unmarried woman. And in every such case, her separate property and estate How her sep

propershall be liable for any judgment rendered therein against

ty charged. her to the same extent as would the property of ber husband, were the judgment rendered against him: provided, that she Evtitled to shall be entitled to the benefit of all the exemption laws of benetit of

exemption the state to heads of families; but in no case sball she be re

laws. quired to prosecute or defend' by her next friend.

SEC. 2. That the act entitled “an act to amend section Repeal. twenty-eight of the code of civil procedure," passed March 30th, 1874, be and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

JAMES W. OWENS,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 21, 1879.

arate

[House Bill No. 609.)

AN ACT

Appropriations.

Athens asy-
Jum insane.

Colambas asylum innane,

Making partial appropriations for the fiscal year ending November 15,

A.D. 1879, for the several public institutions therein pamed. 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 credit of the asylum fund, and not otherwise appropriated by law, the following sums, to wit:

For the Athens Asylum for the Insane :
Current expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00).
Salaries, eleven hundred dollars ($1,100.00).

For the Columbus Asylum for the Insane:
Current expenses, thirty-nine thousand dollars ($39,000.00).
Salaries, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00).

For the Cleveland Asylum for the Insane:
Current expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00).
Salaries, twelve hundred and fifty dollars ($1,250.00).

For Dayton Asylum for the Insane :
Current expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00).
Salaries, eleven hundred dollars ($1,100.00).

For Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb:
Current expenses, fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00).
Salaries, forty-five hundred dollars ($4,500.00).

Cleveland asylum insane.

Dayton asylum iusane.

Asylum deaf and dumb.

Longview asylum insane. Colored insane.

For Longview Asylum:
Current expenses, thirty-two thousand five hundred and
fifteen dollars (832,515.00).
Colored insane, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

For the Lucas County Asylum for the Insane :
Support of patients under contract, four thousand five
hundred and fifty dollars ($4,550.00).

Lucas coanty asylum insane.

Asylum imbecile youth.

New wings.

For Asylum for Imbecile Youth:
Current expenses, sixteen thousand dollars ($16,000.00).

Salaries, officers and teachers, three thousand dollars ($3,000.00).

Heating new wings, six thousand seven hundred dollars ($6,700.00).

Gas fixtures and plumbing, thirty-six hundred and fortyeight dollars ($3,648.00).

For furnishing new wings, eleven thousand seven hundred and nineteen dollars and fifty cents ($11,719.50).

Repaire.

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Blind
asylum.

For Blind Asylum :
Current expenses, six thousand dollars ($6,000.00).
Salaries, two thousand dollars ($2,000.00).

For Reform School for Boys :
Current expenses, nine thousand dollars (89,000.00).
Salaries, four thousand dollars ($4,000.00).

Reform school for boys.

For Girls' Industrial Home:

Industrial Current expenses, six thousand dollars ($6,000.00).

home for Salaries, sixteen hundred dollars ($1,600.00).

girls. For Ohio Penitentiary: Current expenses, thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00). State peniSalaries of directors, six hundred dollars ($600.00).

tentiary. Salary of warden, deputy warden, clerk, assistant clerk, Salaries. physician, steward, chaplain, captain of the night-watch, officers of the guard-room, superintendents of hospital, kitchen, yard, and state shops, three thousand dollars ($3,000 00).

Guards, sixteen thousand dollars ($16,000.00).

For enlargement and repairs, six thousand dollars ($6,000.00.) For Board of State Charities :

State chariExpenses of board and salary of secretary, five hundred tier board. dollars (8500.00)

Salary sec

retary. For Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home: Current expenses, twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00). Soldiers' and Salaries of officers and teachers, three thousand dollars sailors' or($3,000.00).

pbans' home, For the support of orphans outside of home, two thousand Non-resident dollars ($2,000.00).

orphans, For Toledo House of Refuge and Correction : For support of boys under contract with attorney-general, Toledo honso four thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars of refuge for ($4,875.00)

boys. For Trustees of Benevolent Institutions : For necessary expenses of the trustees of the various Trustees exbenevolent institutions, six hundred dollars ($600.00).

penses-beSEC. 2. This act shall take effect from and after its nevolent in

stitutions. passage.

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

JAMES W. OWENS,

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

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