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improvement shall be publicly let, excepting such work as

may be done by the supervisors of the road district as herein Contracts for provided. The contracts for material to be used in the conhauling,

struction of said road improvement and the contracts for
hauling saíd material upon the roads shall be let separately.

SECTION 5. The trustees, after having given public letting.

notice of the time and place for buch letting, for at least two
weeks, in a newspaper of general circulation in the township
or county, or by handbills, or both, at the discretion of the
board of trusteos, specifying the kind and quality of the ma-

terial, and the part of the road upon which the same is to be Lottest dla dor; used, bhall let the same to the lowest bidder, who shall give bond; separato

bond to the acceptance of the trustees. The bids for the ma

terial and for the work of hauling the same shall be separately Rejection of stated, and the trustoes may reject any or all bids. The trust

ees shall examine and accept the work when completed, and acceptanco of

ascertain the amount of material furnished under the pro

visions of this act, and if found in all respools correct, shall for payment.

draw an order for the amount due for work, or for material
furnished, upon the township troasuror, whloh shall be coun-
toreigned by the township clerk.

SECTION 1. The board of trustees may appoint one of peusation.

their number or some other suitable person who shall oversee
the work, and for the services rendered under the provisions
of bis act, suoh person shall be entitled to receive for each

day actually employed, a sum not exceeding two dollars. Township And the trustees shall provide for the township olork a suitable and compends book in which there shall be kept a complete record of the

business transacted under the provisions of this act, and it is
hereby made his duty to keep a full and complete record of
the action of the board of trustees under this act, and the
township clerk, for making said record, shall be entitled to
receive ten cents por hundred words, and for all other services
such reasonable compensation as may be allowed by the board

of trustees.
Paymorto SECTION 7. The fees of the township officers, the engineer,
fees.

and the person who may be appointed by the board of trustees
under the provisions of this act, shall be paid out of the town-
ship road fund. But before any payments shall be made for
services rendered under the provisions of this act, the person
entitled thereto bhall make out and file with the township

clerk an itemized account of his gervices, whereupon the Order for page trustees shall, if they find the same correct, draw an order on

the township treasurer, countersigned by the township clerk.

SECTION 8. The roads graveled or macadamized under penblicstravel; the provisions of this act shall be free to the public travel

, repairs

and shall be kept in repair by the trustees, out of the funds
that come into the township treasury from the county treasury,
as provided for in section one thousand four hundred and fifty-

nine (1159) of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.
Question to be SECTION 9. The question of issuing said bonds and
submitted to

levying said tax and the improvements of said roads of such
township shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors
of said township at a special or general election to be ordered

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by the trustees of such township at the usual place of holding elections. Notice of said election to be posted up at least in five conspicuous places in such township at least ten days before said election. The tickots to bo voted at said election shall have written or printed thereon the words, “Road improvement-Yes," or "Road improvement-No."' And if the inajority of those voting on said proposition are in favor of the same, then it shall be the duty of said trustees to mako seld levy as hereinboforo direoted.

SECTION 10. Provided, that after the trustees of such Exemption township have made the levy and commenced and continue from tuxation. toimprove the public highway as herein provided, the property in such township shall be exempt from any levy by the commissioners of said county for the purpose of constructing, maintaining or improving roads.

SECTION 11. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

President of the Sozata
Passed April 18, 1892.

339G

[House Bill No. 859.]

AN ACT

To amend section 3033, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3038, as

amended April 28, 1886; section 3037, as amended April 28, 1886;
section 3014, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3045, as amended
April 28, 1886; section 3048, as amended April 15, 1889 ; section
3051, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3056, as amended April 28,
1886; section 3064, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3070, as
amended April 28, 1886; section 3076, as amended April 28, 1886;
section 3085, as amended April 28, 1886.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Militia:
of Ohio, That section 3033, as amended April 28, 1886; section
3036, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3037, as amended
April 28, 1886; section 3044, as amended April 28, 1886; sec-
tion 3045, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3018, as
amended April 15, 1889; section 3051, as amended April 28,
1886; section 3056, as amended April 28, 1886; section 3064,
as amended April 28, 1886; section 3070, as amended April
28. 1886; section 3076, as amended April 28, 1886; section
3085, as amended April 28, 1886; be so amended as to read as
follows:

Sec. 3033. In times of peace the active militia shall con- Activo militia: sist of one hundred and two companies of infantry, eight how.consta batteries of artillery, and two troops of cavalry, to be allotted portioned. and apportioned in such localities of the state as the necessities of the service in the discretion of the commander-in-obiel may require.

Infantry or

Sec. 3036. Each regiment of infantry shall consist of ganization. not more than twelve nor less than eight companies, and

shall be formed into battalions of not less than three and not more than five companies each, and shall have a colonel, a lieutenant-colonel, one major for each battalion, a surgeon with rank of major, one assistant surgeon with rank of captain, a quartermaster with rank of tirst lieutenant, an inspector of rifle practice with.rank of captain, a regimentul adjutant with rank of first lieutenant, a chaplain and a noncommissioned staff, to consist of a sergeant-major, one quarter. master-sergeant, one commissary-sergeant, a hospital steward, two principal musicians, and a drum-major. A commander of a regiment may enlist a regimental band to consist of a leader and not more than iwelve men for each battalion, and a hospital corps of not more than six men for each battalion. Each company shall consist of a captain, a first lieutenant, a second lieutenant, one first sergeant, four sergeants, eight corporals, two musicians, an armorer, and not less than thirty

two and not more than fifty-six privates. Caralry organ

Sec. 3037. Each troop of cavalry shall consist of a cap. ization.

tain, a first lieutenant, a second lieutenant, a chaplain and an assistant surgeon with rank of captain, one firsts-rgeant, four sergeants, eight corporals, two trumpeters, two farriers, two blacksmiths, a saddler, a wagoner and not less than thirty nor more than eighty privates, and a non-commissioned staff consisting of a sergeant-major, a quartermaster-s-rgeant, a commissary-sergeant, a color-sergeant, veterinary-strgeant, a

hospital steward, who may be enlisted as such. Election and Sec. 3014. The officers of the national guard shall serve

for the term of five years, unless pooner di-charged, and shall be elected as follows: Field-officers of regiments and bat:alions by the written or printed votes of the officers and enlisted men of the respective regiments and bittalions; Captains and lieutenants by the written or printed votes of oticers and enlisted men of the respective companies, troops and

batteries. Regulations Sec. 3045. All meetings for the election of officers shall

be ors/ered by the commander-in-chief, and shall be governed by such regulations as he may prescribe. Each oflicer shall be separately voted for, and any person receiving a majority of the votes of the electors present at such meeting shall be deemed elected; provided, that no election shall be held un

less a majority of the electors be present and voting. Rank ofollicers. Sec. 3048. Officers shall take rank from date of com

mission; an officer who has served in the same grade continuously, either by reëlection or reappointment, shall take rank from the date of his first commission in that grade.

Sec. 3051. An officer may be discharged by the commander-in-chief to carry out the sentence of a court martial.

Sec. 3056. All enlistments in the active militia shall be for the term of five years, but all persons honorably dis

charged at expiration of term of service may be reënlisted Discharge, and for the term of one year. No enlisted man sbåll be discharged

before the expiration of his term of service except by order

term of otlicers.

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such elections.

Dishonorable discharge.

Term of enlistment.

reasons there. for.

dishonorable discharges.

cuuris martial.

of the commander-in-chief, and for the following reasons: To accept promotion by commissior ; upon removal of residence from the state, or permanent removal to such distance from the commandio which he belongs, that in the opinion of his commanding oflicer, he can not perform his military duty; upon disability, established by the certificate of a medical of. ficer, whenever, in the opinion of the commander-in-chief, the interest of the service demands such discharge; to carry out the sentence of court martial; dishonorable discharge, or discharge in such form as to forbid reënlistment, shall be given only in accordance with the sentence of a general or regimental court martial. Every soldier discharged from Certificato of the service of the state sball be furnished with a certificate of discharge. such discharge which shall state clearly the reasons therefor. The adjutant-general shall publish in his annual report the Publication of names of all oflicers and enlisted men dishonorably discharged during the period of the year.

Sec. 3064. The commanding officer of each regiment or Regimental battalion may appoint a regimental or battalion court martial, ana battalion to consist of a field-oflicer, for the trial of offenses that are within the jurisdiction of a field-oflicer's court of the United States army; and the commanding ollicer of a company, troop Court of discior battery may appoint a court of discipline to consist of three pline. enlisted men, who shall try and dispose of minor offenses of enlisted men. The findings of a court of discipline may be appealed to a field-oflic-r's court.

Sec. 3070. The fatigue and dress uniform and overcoat Uniforms. of the officers and enlisted men shall conform and correspond with the uniform prescribed for the United States army, except the coat of arms, which shall be that of the state.

Sec. 3076. Each company of national guard shall as- Company semble for drill and instruction at least once each week, and

inspections. the commanding officer of each regiment and battalion shall inspect each company of his command at least twice in each year, or detail a field-officer for that purpose. The command- Instruction of ing officer of each regiment and batialion shall call meetings clicers. of the commissioned officers of his command, at the place most convenient, at least once in each quarter for instruction in tactics, and customs of the service; but nothing in this section shall be construed as allowing compensation for attendance at such meetings

Sec. 3035. The board of county commissioners of the Armories. county in which all or a majority of the oslicers and enlisted men of any regiment, battalion, company, troop or battery reside, shall provide for each organization a suitable armory for the purposes of drill and for the safe keeping of the arms, equipments, uniforms and other military property furnished by the state, subject to the inspection and approval of an officer detailed for such purpose by the commander-in-chief, and the expense of armories, including the necessary care of said armories, fuel and light, shall be paid either by the county wherein all the members of [any] such organization reside, or by counties in proportion as they have resident members of any such organizations.

drills and

Repeals.

SECTION 2. Said original sections 3033, as amended April 28, 1886; 3036, as amended April 28, 1856; 3037, as amended April 28, 1886; 3044, as amended April 28, 1886; 3015, as amended April 28, 1886; 3015, as amended April 15, 1889; 3051, ne amended April 28, 1886; 3036, as amended April 28, 1886; 3064, as amended April 28, 1886; 3070, as amended April 28, 1986; 3076, as amended April 28, 1836; 3085, as amended April 28, 1886, be and the same are hereby repealed.

SECTION 3. This act shall tako 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 April 18, 1892.

3416

[House Bill No. 879.]

AN ACT

steam boiler furnaces:

To amend section six of an act entitled "An act to provide for the better

protection of human life against fire and to regulate the construction and management of steam boiler furnaces in cities of the first and second grades of the first class,” passed March 27, 1889, and to amond section four of an act entitled "An act to regulato the construction of buildings within any city of the first class and of the first grade and to provide for the appointment of au inspector of buildings and to repeal an act passed March 21, 1887," passod February 28, 1888.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by t'as Coneral Assembly of the State of Ohio, Tbat section six of an act entitled “An act to provide for the better protection of human life against fire, and to regulate the construction and management of steam boiler furnaces in cities of the first and second grades of the first class," passed March 27, 1889, be and the same is hereby

amended so as to read as follows: Provisions

S c. 6. The mayor of the city in every city of the first

grade of the first class shall appoint a person of suitable qualBu pervising engineer (cio. itications as suporviging engineer, who shall hold his office for ciunati).

the term of two yenrs from and after the date of his appointment, and until his successor is appointed and qualified, and he shall have authority to supervise and require all steam boiler furnaces in such city of the first grade of the first class to be constructed, or if already constructed, to be so altered or have attached thereto such efficient smoke preventives 50 as to produce the most perfect combustion of the fuel or other material from which smoke results, and so as to prevent the production and emission of all smoke thorofrom, and he shall further have authority to supervise the igniting, making, stoking, feeding and aitending such steam boiler furnace fires, and he shall also have authority, in the performance of the duties of his office, to enter any steam boiler or engine room,

concerning

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