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tions for payment of deti.

liabilities.

To pay J. M. & W. Westwater, for supplies, one hundred Appropriaand three dollars and seventy-five cents ($103.75).

To pay Louis Fink, for painting, two hundred and forty- ciencies and two dollars and sixty-five cents ($242.65).

To pay Charles A. Klie, for plumbing, seventy-two dollars and ten cents ($72.10).

To pay George Reiley, services rendered in the care of both houses, torty-six dollars ($46.00). To

pay James Lewis, services rendered in the care of both houses, forty-six dollars ($46.00).

To pay John W. Warrington, on account in full of professional services rendered as attorney in the case of the state of Ohio vs. the Standard Oil Co., thirteen hundred dollars ($1,300.00).

To pay the Columbus Edison Electric Light Co., three lamps, forty dollars and fifty cents ($10.50).

To pay the Columbus Edison Electric Light Co., changing wires to main switch and running additional wires, seventyfour dollars and fifty-five cents ($74.55).

J. S. Abbott & Co., post-office outfit for senate, three hundred and seventy-seven dollars and twenty cents ($377.20).

J. S. Abbott & Co., repairs, paints, etc., one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and twenty-three cents ($179 23).

Western Electric Light Co., material and labor, one hundred and fifty dollara and seven cents ($150.07).

B. F. Thomas, materiai tur repairing reflectors in ceiling of senate and house of representatives, three hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty-five cents ($326.25).

SECTION 2. The moneys appropriated by this act shall only be paid out on vouchers approved by the governor.

SECTION 3. 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 Senata
Passed April 18, 1892.

3316

[House Bill No. 730.]

AN ACT

To amend sections 6053, 6054, 6057 and 6058 of the Revised Statutes of

Ohio.

administrators:

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Executors and of Ohio, That sections C053, 6054, 6057 and 6058 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be so amended as to read as follows:

Sec. 6053. Upon complaint made to the probate court Proceedings or the court of common pleas of any county, by the executor, of estate conadministrator, devisee, legatee, heir or other person interested cealed, or

embezzled. in the estate of any deceased person, or by the creditor of

Imprisonment for disobeylus citatian

Judgment of court thereon.

any devisee, legatee, heir or other person interested in such estute, against the executor or administrator of such deceased person, or agningt any person or pereons suspected of having concealed, embezzled, or conveyed away any of the moneys, goody, chattels, things in action, or effects of such deceased, the court shall cite said executor or administrator, or such other person or persons suspected, as the case may be, forthwith to appear before it, then and there to be examined, on oath, touching the matter of said complaint, and where the complaint is made to the probate court and a jury is demanded by either party, the court may forth with reserve the case to the court of common pleas for hearing and determination, and it shall thoroupon proceed in all respects as though the complaint had been originally made therein.

Sec. 6054. If any person so as aforesaid cited shall refuse or neglect to appear and submit to an examination, as afore. said, or shall rofuse to answer such interrogatories as may be lawfully propounded, the court issuing tbe citation shall commit such pereon to the jail of the county, there to remain in olose custody until he or she shall submit to the order and direction of the court in that behalf.

Sec. 6057. The court shall dotermine by the verdict of a jury, if either party require it, or without a jury, if neither party require the game, whetbor the person or persons accused is or are guilty of either having concealed, embezzled or conveyed away any moneya, goods, cbattels, things in action or effects of the doceased perrons aforesaid; and is found guilty, the amount of damages that should be recovered on account thereof, and the courtsball, forth with, in all cases except when the person found guilty as aforesaid is the cutor or administrator of such decoased person, render judgment in favor of the executor or administrator, or if there be no executor or administrator in this state, in favor of the state, against the person or persons so found guilty for the amount of the monoys or the value of the goods, chattels, things in action, or effects go concealed, embezzled or conveyed away, together with ten per centum penalty, and all costs of such proceedings or complaint, which said judgment shall be a lien upon the real estate of the person or persons against whom it is rendered within the county from the rendition thereot; and if the person found guilty as aforesaid is the executor or administrator of Auch deceased person, the court shall forth with render like judgment in favor of the state against said executor or administrator for such amount or value aforesaid, together with a likə penalty and the costs as aforesaid; and said judgment shall be a lien upon the real estate of said executor or administrator, within the county from the rendition thereof, and the probate court eball forth with remove said executor or administrator and commit the administration of the estate, not already administered, to some other person or persons. Said executor or administrator go removed, shall receive no compensation for acting as such, and shall be charged in his account with the amount of said judgment aforesaid, and his property shall also be liable for the satisfac

be filet

issued.

tion of said judgment on execution issued thereon by his said successor, who shall, when such judgment is rendered by the probate court, file a transcript with the clerk of the court of common pleas, and cause such proceedings to be had as are contemplated in section 6058 of the Revised Statutes.

Sec. 6058. The executor or adminietrator in favor of Trarscript to wbom any such judgment shall have been rendered by the

(common pleas probate court, may forthwith deliver to the clerk of the court and executiva of common pleas of the county, an authenticated transcript (which the probate judge is hereby directed to make out and deliver, on demand, 10 such executor or administrator), on which said transcript the clerk aforesaid shall immediately issue an execution of the said court of common pleas for the amount of the original judgment and costs, and the costs which may have accrued or may accrue thereon; and thenceforth proceeding on execution shall be, in all respects, as if the said judgment had been rendered in the said court of common pleas.

SECTION 2. That said original sections 6053, 6054, 6057 Repeals, eto, and 6058 be and the same are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

President of the Senala
Passed April 18, 1892.

332G

[IIouse Bill No. 740.]

AN ACT

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To amend section 2402 of the Revised Statutes. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the S'ate Assessments of Ohio, That section 2402 of the Revised Statutes be and the sewers: same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Seo. 2402. Parties owning property abutting upon a Tapping street or public high way, in or through which a public gewer

private uso. or drain is constructed, shall have the privilege of tapping and using such sewer or drain for the purpose of draining their premises, under such rules and regulations as may be prercribed by the board; and the councit may, by ordinanco, require persons contracting to build such house connections to procure a license from the board, and may charge therefor such sum as may be deemed just. In cities of the first grade Cincinnati. of the first class whenever in the opinion of the board of administration, it is necessary as a sanitary measure or for tbe cleanliness of the public streets or highwny, the owner of property abutting upon any street or public highway in or through which a public sewer or drain has beon constructed may be ordered by said board to tap and use such gewer or drain for the purpose of draining such premises, and if

Repeals, etc.

within sixty days after service of such notice upon the owner, or if he be absent from the county then upon his agent, or if such agent be not found then upon the occupant of the premises, such order is not complied with, upon application to a court of competent jurisdiction the owner and occupants shall be enjoined from using such premises in any manner until the order of the board of administration has been complied with.

SECTION 2. That said section 2402 is hereby repealed; and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

Presidont of the Senate.
Passed April 18, 1892.

333G

[House Bill No. 811.]

AN ACT

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To authorize any village which had at the last federal census a popula

tion of not less than 4,110, or which may have at any subsequent federal census a population of not more than 4,120, to issue bonds and borrow money to construct a system of sewerage in said village.

SECTION 1. Bc it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slate Aystem of sew- of Ohio, That the council of any village which had at the erage (West last federal census a population of not less than 4,110, or Cleveland).

which may have at any subsequent sederal census a population of not more than 4,120, in the state of Ohio, be and they are hereby authorized and empowered to issue the bonds of said village, in any sum not exceeding eighty thousand dollars, that may be necessary to construct a system of sewerage in said village. Said bonds shall be issued upon due and legal notice being given from time to time, as the exigencies of the work of constructing said system of sewerage demand, in such denominations and payable at such times, not exceeding thirty years from their date, and at such place and at such rate of interest, not exceeding six per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, as the council may by ordinance determine, and shall state on their face the number of the sewer district on account of which they were issued, and shall be sold to the highest bidder, at not less than their face value, together with accrued interest thereon. The proceeds of said bonds shall be paid into the village treasury and be applied to the construction of sewers in the sewer district on account of which said bonds were issued, respectively, and to no other purpose. Said bonds shall be signed by the mayor,

countersigned by the clerk, and authenticated by tbe seal of Anticipation said village; provided, that the council may anticipate the

payment of local assessments made for the construction of sewers in any street, by the issue of notes of the village, as in other cases.

of local asbessments.

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