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in such sum as they find needed, not to exceed $100 for each child so losing his or her life, or injured, to be paid out of the appropriation herein provided for and on the warrant of the auditor of state.

SECTION 5. Said Collinwood school fire commission shall complete its labors within sixty days aiter its appointment and shall make a report of its work to the governor within ten (10) days thereafter.

SECTION 6. The members of said commission shall receive no compensation for their services but, upon presentation of properly certified and itemized statements of necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties, the auditor of state shall issue a warrant for such necessary expenses to be paid out of the appropriation herein provided.

JOSEPH D. CHAMBERLIAN, Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed March 6. 1908.
Approved March 6, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. 6L.

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[House Bill No. 1038.]

AN ACT

To change the name of the Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumh,

and to extend the time which pupils may remain in said school.

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

SECTION 1. That sections 659, 660 and 661 of the Revised Statutes and section 1 of an act entitled, “An act to provide for the education of the children in the state of Ohio, who are both blind and deaf," passed March 30, 1898, be amended to read as follows:

Sec. 659. The state school for the deaf shall be open to receive such persons too deaf to be educated in the public schools, residents of the state, as the trustees and superintendent judge, from reliable information and examination, to be suitable persons to receive instruction, according to the methods therein employed; but no person shall be received under seven years of age or remain there longer than thirteen years; and no person shall be received who is addicted to immoral habits, or has any contagious or offensive disease.

Sec. I. The state school for the deaf shall also be open to receive such blind and deaf children, residents of the state, as the trustees and superintendent judge, from reliable information and examination, to be suitable persons to receive instruction therein; and the superintendent is hereby authorized to employ a suitable teacher or teachers, and nurse or nurses, and to make all necessary arrangements for the instruction and care of such blind and deaf children as may be admitted. All rules and regulations which apply to the admittance and education of the deaf shall apply to the blind and deaf so far as the same are applicable, except the board of trustees may use their own discretion as to the age such deaf-blind may be received and the time they may remain as pupils. Sec. 660. The pupils admitted into the state school for the deaf may be permitted to remain such a portion of thirteen years as their progress seenis to justify; but if at any time the board of trustees and superintendent determine that the child is not making sufficient progress in its school, or industrial work, to justify its continuance as a pupil, they may return it to its parents, guardian, or the county infirmary of the county from which it came; but no pupil admitted into said state school from a county infirmary or who after admission into said state school shall become a county charge, shall be sent to a county infirmary for the summer vacation.

Sec. 661. Shoemaking, printing, book-binding, and the art of cutting, fitting and making wearing apparel for females, shall be carried on and taught in said state school for the deaf, and such other trades and arts as are found to be adapted to the capacities and wants of the deaf, the trustees in this behalf having regard to the good of the pupils and the economical administration of the school.

SECTION 2. That said sections 659, 660 and 661 and said section i are hereby repealed.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate,
Passed March 31, 1908.
Approved March 31, 1908, at 5:00 o'clock p. m.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. 7L.

[House Bill No. 743.]

AN ACT

To compensate Louis Ocker, of Erie county, Ohio, for services rendered.

WHEREAS, On the 21st day of April, 1898, Louis Ocker, of Erie county, Ohio, enlisted as a private in Company "B," 16 h Regiment, O. N. G., at Sandusky, Ohio, under Captain Charles E. Stroud, and was honorably discharged therefrem on the oth day of May, 1898, on account of being unavailable under general orders No. II, S. 1898, and,

WHEREAS, At the time said Louis Ocker was discharged as aforesaid, his name, by some neglect, was omitted from the payroll of said company, and no payment was ever received by him for services for such term of enlistment, and,

WHEREAS, There is no appropriation made or funds on hand from which payment can be made for said services, therefore,

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

SECTION 1. The auditor of state is hereby authorized and directed to issue his warrant on the state treasurer to pay Louis Ocker the sum of twenty-eight dollars; and for that purpose there is hereby appropriated the sum of twenty-eight dollars from any money in the state treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund, not otherwise appropriated; which sum, when paid, shall be in full settlement of all claims, with interest against the state on account of the services aforesaid.

JOSEPH D. CHAMBERLIAN, Speaker pro ten. of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed April 2, 1908.
Approved April 3, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. 8L.

[Senate Bill No. 390.]

AN ACT

To authorize the election of one additional judge in the third subdivision of the

Eighth Judicial District.

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

SECTION 1. That there shall be elected in the third subdivision of the Eighth Judicial District of Ohio, composed of the counties of Jefferson, Harrison and Tuscarawas, by the electors thereof, under and in pursuance of the general election laws of the state of Ohio, governing the election of judges of the court of common pleas, at the regular state election on the third day of November, A. D. 1908, one judge of the court of common pleas in addition to the judges heretofore provided for by law for said third subdivision of said Eighth Judicial District. Said additional judge shall be elected for the term of six years, commencing on the first day of January, 1909, and he shall have all the powers, and be subject to all the obligations, and shall perform all the duties pertaining to said office of judge of the common pleas court, and vacancies, if any shall occur in his office shall be filled as now provided by law.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate, Passed April 6, 1908. Approved April 9, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. 9L.

[House Bill No. 862.]

AN ACT

For the relief of Conley E. Guilford, treasurer of Fulton county, Ohio.

WHEREAS, On the night of January 12, 1905, the treasurer's office of Fulton county, Ohio, was entered by burglars, who destroyed the vault and safe therein contained, and took therefrom cash to the amount of $10,714; and,

WHEREAS, Conley E. Guilford, treasurer of said county, has since recovered from The Fidelity and Casualty Insurance Company, of New York, $10,000.00, and from the government of the United States, for mutilated currency found after said burglary, the sum of $12.50, leaving a net loss of $701.50; and,

WHEREAS, Conley E. Guilford, treasurer of said county, has paid into the treasury of said county, from his private funds the amount of said loss sustained by reason of said burglary, and has since deceased; therefore,

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

SECTION 1. That the commissioners of the county of Fulton be, and they are, hereby authorized to allow a bill to Frank R. Guilford, administrator of the estate of said Conley E. Guilford, for said amount of $701.50, and the county auditor is hereby authorized to issue an order on the treasurer of said county for said sum, the same to be charged to the county fund of said county.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed April 8, 1908.
Approved April 9, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. IOL.

[Senate Bill No. 292.]

AN ACT

To authorize the commissioners of Jefferson county, Ohio, to improve and

beautify the court house grounds.

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

SECTION 1. That the county commissioners of Jefferson county, Ohio, are hereby authorized to improve and beautify the court house grounds in Steubenville, Ohio, at an expense of five thousand dollars, that said sum shall be expended to assist in the erection of a statue to the great war secretary, Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, at the place of his nativity, in accordance with plans, and specifications for the same adopted by and under the direction of the trustees of The Stanton Monument

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Association, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the state of
Ohio, for the purpose of the erection of said statue.

SECTION 2. That when said statue is completed and dedicated, the care, custody and control thereof shall vest in said county commissioners and their successors in office.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate
Passed April 8, 1908.
Approved April 9, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. IL.

[House Bill No. 928.]

AN ACT

To amend section 9 of an act entitled, "An act to reorganize and change the

name of the Ohio agricultural and mechanical college and to repeal certain acts therein named,” passed May 1, 1878, as amended March 16, 1894, relative to the compensation of president, professors, teachers and employes.

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

SECTION 1. That section 9 of an act entitled, “An act to reorganize and change the name of the Ohio agricultural and mechanical college, and to repeal certain acts therein named," passed May 1, 1878, as amended March 16, 1894. be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 9. That said board of trustees shall fix the compensation of the president, professors, teachers and all other employes of the university.

SECTION 2. That said original section 9, as amended March 16, 1894, be and the same is hereby repealed.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed April 14, 1908.
Approved April 15, 1908.

ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Governor. I2L.

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