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Additional tax levy.

Rate.

Limitation.

Issue of bonds.

SECTION 2. That for the payment of the interest on and for the final redemption of said bonds herein authorized to be issued, and for the payment of interest on and for the final redemption of any other bonds of said counties heretofore is. sued, the commissioners of said counties are hereby authorized to levy taxes upon all taxable property in said counties, at a rate not to exceed one-half mill on the dollar, in addition to the levies now authorized by law, to create such a fund as may be found necessary to pay the deficiencies in the county funds, if any, and to pay the interest on and final redemption of any bonds of said counties as they become due and payable. Provided, that the tax levy hereby authorized shall not extend beyond seven years from the first day of January, A. D. 1893.

SECTION 3. The suid bonds shall be issued and signed by said commissioners of said counties or a majority of the board, and countersigned by the county auditor, who shall keep and preserve a record of the bonds so issued, and said bonds shall be numbered consecutively and be made negotiable.

SECTION 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN.
Speaker of the Hiouse of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 4, 1892.

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[Senate Bill No. 51.)

AN ACT

expenses.

Relative to making appropriations for the governor's inauguration. Appropriation SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State for inaugural of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated from any

money in the state treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of two hundred and eighty-six dollars and twenty five cents ($286.25), for the expenses incurred in the inauguration of the governorelect on the 11th day of January, 1892, to be paid out upon vouchers approved by the chairman of the joint committee having in charge the inauguration ceremonies.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 4, 1892.

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[Ser ate Bill No. 42.]

AN ACT

To amend section 1292 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

otlicers:

Section 1. Be it enacteil by the General Assemb y of the S'ate Salaries of of Ohio, That section 1292 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be eo amended as to read as follows:

Sec. 1292. The judges of the court of common pleas Additional residing in Cuyaboga county sball each, in addition to the salaries Cuysalary now paid judges of the court of common pleas out of mou pleas

judges. the state treasury, receive out of the treasury of Cuyaboga county twenty-five hundred dollars annually, to be paid them at the same time and in like manner as plovided by law for the payment of the salaries of judges out of the state treasury.

SECTION 2. Said original section 1292 is hereby repealed. Repeals.

SECTION 3. This act sball take effect and be in force from and alter its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN ,
Spraker of the House of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 9, 1892.

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[Ilouse Bill No. 1.]

AN ACT

To amend sections one, forty-one and sixty-three of an act entitled "An

act supplemental tó title XII of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, to
provide a government for cities of the second class, third grade a,
and to amend sections 1516, 1543, 1755, 1781, 1785, 1808, 2328, 2682,
2659a, 26904, 2805, 2815 and 2926t, of the Revised Statutes,” passed
by the general assembly of the state of Ohio March 231, 1891; and
also to supplement sections 2380 and 2398, and to amend section
2805, as amended April 230, 1891, of the Revised Statutes of Ohio ;
and to further provide for the government of cities of the second
class, third grade a.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Municipal of Ohio, That sections one, forty-one and sixty-three of an act corporatiuns: entitled "An act supplementai to title XII of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, to provide a government for cities of the second class, third grade a, and to amend sections 1516, 1548, 1755, 1781, 1785, 1808. 2328, 2682, 26890, 2690a, 2805, 2815 and 2926', of the Revised Statutes,” passed March 23d, 1891, by the general assembly of the state of Ohio, be and the same are hereby specifically amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 1. That sucions 1516, 1548, 1755, 1781, 1785, 1808, 2328, 2682, 26890, 2690a, 2805, 2815 and 29264 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be and he same are here by specifically amended, and sections 1707 and 1718, Revised Statutes of

Classification, general

Cities of the second class :

First grade.

Ohio, are hereby supplemented with sectional numbering, respectively, 1707e and 1718c, as follows:

Sec. 1546. Municipal corporations are divided into cities, villages and hamlets; cities are divided into two classes, first and second; cities of the first class are divided into three grades, first, second and third; cities of the second class are divided into five grades, first, second, third, third a and fourth; cities of the second class which hereafter become cities of the first class, shall constitute the fourth grade of the latter class; and villages which hereafter become cities shall belong to the fourth grade of the second class.

Sec. 1549. Lxisting corporations, organized as cities of the second class, shall remain such until they become cities of this list class, and their grades, and the grades of those which may be or may become cities of the second class, shall be determined as follows: Those which, on the first day of July last, bad, and those whicb, on the first day of July in any year, have, when ascertained in the way mentioned in the last section, more than thirty thousand five hundred and less than thirty-one thousand five hundred inhabitants, shall constitute the first grade; those which, on the first day of July last, had, and those wbich, on the first day of July in any year, have, when ascertained in the same way, more than twenty thousand and less than thirty

thousand five hundred inhabitants, shall constitute the Third grade. second grade; those which, on the first day of July last,

had, and those which, on the first day of July in any year, have, when ascertained in the

same way, than ten thousand and less than twenty thousand inThird gradea. habitants, shall constitute the third grade; those which,

on the first day of July, 1890, had more than twentyeight thousand and less than thirty-three thousand inhabitants, shall, on and after the passage of this act, constitute and be, and those which, on the first day of July in any year, have, when ascertained in the same way, more than twenty

eight thousand and less than thirty-three thousand in habFourth grade. itants, shall constitute and be the third grade a; and those

which, on the first day of July last, had, and those which hereafter, on the first day of July in any year, have less than ten thousand and more than five thousand inhabitants, shall constitute the fourth grade.

Sec. 1707e. The officers of a city of the second class, Spriogfield

third grade a, shall consist of a mayor, city solicitor, a police judge, prosecuting attorney of the police court, and a clerk of the police court, all of which oflicers shall be chosen by its

electors, and a clerk who shall be chosen by the council; proMayor ineligi- vided, that a mayor elected in any city of the second class,

third grade a, shall be ineligible to re-election to the oflice for a consecutive term.

Sec. 1718c. In cities of the second class, third grade a, Springfield,

there shall be appointed by the board of tax commissioners, in April of each year, an assessor for each ward, who shall be ao elector thereof, and shall take the same oath and give the

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