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SECTION 2. Said original sections 3033, as amended April 28, 1886; 3036, as amended April 28, 1986; 3037, as amended April 28, 1886; 3044, as amended April 28, 1886; 3045, as amended April 28, 1886; 3045, as amended April 15, 1889; 3051, as amended April 28, 1986; 3056, as amended April 28, 1886; 3064, as amended April 28, 1956; 3070, as ameuded April 28, 1886; 3076, as amended April 28, 1886; 3085, as amended April 28, 1886, be and the same are hereby repealed.

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 Senate
Passed April 18, 1892.

3416

[House Bill No. 879.]

AN ACT

team holler 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 boller furnacea in cities of the first and second grades of the first class," passed March 27, 1839, and to amend 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 an inspector of buildings and to repeal an act pasred March 21, 1887," passed February 28, 1885.

SECTION 1. Boit enacted by the Cucrord Assombly of the State of Ohio, That 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

Sec. 6. The mayor of the city in every city of the first

grade of the first class shall appoint a person of suitable qualengineer (vin- itications as supervising engineer, who shall hold his office for cinnati).

the term of two years from and after the date of his appointment, and until his succo gor is appointed and qualified, and he shall have authority to supervise and require all steam boiler furnaces in such city of the firet grade of the first class to be constructer, or if already constructed, to be so altered or have attached thereto such efficient einoke preventives so as to produce the most perfect combustion of the fuel or other material from which smoke resulte, and so as to prevent the production and emission of all smoke thorofrom, and he shall furi her have authority to supervise the igniting, making, stoking, feeding and attending 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

or any building not occupied exclusively as a private residence, and any person or persons hindering or obstructing him in the performance of such duties, shall be subject to a fine of not less than twenty (20) dollars nor more than fifty (50) dollars or imprisoned in the work-house for a period not exceeding thirty days.

SECTION 2. Section 4 of an act to regulate the con- Basidinge: struction of buildings within any city of the first class and of the first grade, and to provide for the appointment of an inspector of buildings, and to repeal an act passed March 21, 1887, as passed February 28, 1888, be and tho game is hereby amended so 28 to read as follows:

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the inspector of buildings Provisionsconappointed under the provirions of this act to inspect any tor (Clucinbuilding or structure which may be in the courso of con- nata). struction or alteration within the limits of said city, and to see that each building or structure is being construoted or altered according to the provisions of this act and all acts and ordinapoen in force in said cities; if the caid inspector is served with a written notico by the owner, contraotor or con. tractors of any building or structure to inspeot gnid building in progress of construction or alteration, he or his deputies shall do so. And if said inspector or hla deputy shall fail or neglect to attend within twonty-four hours after auch written notice has been servod upon him for that purpose, he shall forfeit and pay the sum of twenty (320) dollars for each and every day he shall so fail or neglect to attend beyond 24 hours, which penalty shall be recoverable by an action at law in the name of said city for the uso of the owners or contractors of said bullding. Ho shall also have authority to require the owners, or agonts for owners, or lessoes of all building more than tro stories in height, not occupied or used exclusively as privato residences, to provide any such building with fire-escapes, of such numbers, construction and material, and in such location as he may determine necessary to the protection of human life in case of fire; and after such determination by the inspector of buildings be may, at any time, by & notice served upon the owner, agent for the owner, or lesree of any such building, by leaving with such owner, agent for owner or lorneo, or at his or their residence or place of business a copy of such notice, require such owner, or agent for owner, or leason, or either of them, to causo such fire escape to be placed upon such building within thirty days after the service of such notico; provided, bowever, that all buildings more than two storios high, used for manufnoturing purposes, shall have ono fire-escape for every twenty-five per song or less, employed above tho second story, or a fire-proof stairway. In case the lessen, owner, or agent for owner, or either of thom, so sorved with notice as aforesaid, shall not within thirty (30) days after the service of such notice upon him or them, place or cause to be placed, such fire-escapo upon euch building, as required by this article and the terms of buch notice, he or they shall be subject to a fine of not less than [ten] ($10) dollars nor more than $100, and to a further fine of fifty ($50) dollars for each week of such neglect to

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comply with such notice after the service of the same; and the said inspector of buildings shall also have power to enforce the provisions of this article by resort to any court having equity jurisdiction as provided in section 51 of the original act as passed April 16, 1888.

SECTION 3. Said section 6 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the better protection of human life, etc.," passed March 27, 1889, and said section 4 of an act entitled “An act to regulate the construction of buildings, etc., passed February 28, 1888, be and the same are hereby repealed.

SECTION 4. 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.

342G

[House Bill No. 883.]

AN ACT

Fire departo ment bonds (Toledo).

To authorize cities of third grade of the first class to issue bonds for the

purpose of raising money to purchase additional sites, build additional engine-houses and purchase equipment for the use of the fire department, made necessary by such additional or new evgine-houses, and pay the salaries and expenses of the increased force for one year.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the council of any city of the third grade of the first class be and the same is hereby authorized to issue the bonds of such city, in denomination of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) each, in the sum of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) for the purpose of raising money to purchase the necessary sites and build thereon the necessary buildings for fire department purposes, and to purchase the necessary steam fire engines and equipments of all kinds for the use of such fire department; provided that not more than one-third (1) of said sum of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) shall be used in the purchase of the sites and the erection of buildings thereon; and, also that a sufficient amount of money to provide for the payment of the salaries and expenses of the extra force made necessary by such increase of the department during the next ensuing year, shall be reserved out of the balance of said sum of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000).

SECTION 2. Said bonds sball be made payable at such time, not to exceed thirty (30) years after their issue, and bear such rate of interest, not to exceed four and one-half (45%) per centum per annum, payable annually or semi-annually, as said council may determine; they shall have written or printed upon them the date of the law under which they were issued and the words "fire department bonds" and shall be issued and sold as other bonds of said cities.

Provisiong relating to bonds.

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 Senate.
Passed April 18, 1892.

3-13G

[House Bill No. 910.]

AN ACT

etc.:

To amend section 2701 of the Revised Statutes. SECTION 1. Be it councted by the General, Assembly of the State Power to of Ohio, That section 2701 of the Revised Statutes be amended borrow money, so as to read as follows:

Sec. 2701. The trustees or council of any municipal cor- Issue of bonds, poration, for the purpose of extending the time of the payment time of payu of any indebtedness, which from its limits of taxation such ment. corporation is unable to pay at maturity, or when it appears to the said trustees or council for the best interest of the said municipal corporation, shall have power to issue bonds of such corporation or borrow money so as to change but not to increase the indebtedness, in such amounts and for such length of time and at such rate of interest as the council may deem proper, not to exceed the rate of six per centum per annum, payable annually or semi-annually.

SECTION 2. That section 2701 of the Revised Statutes be Repeals. and the one is hereby repealeit.

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

LEWIS CLAYLIN,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senatca
Passed April 18, 1892.

344G

[House Bill No. 912.]

AN ACT

state-house,

To provide for the construction of new water-closets in the state-house.

SECTION 1. Deit enacted by the General Assembly of the State New waterof Chio, That the adjutant-general, secretary of the state closets for board of health, and third assistant sergeant-at-arms of the house of representatives be and are hereby authorized to replace the three water-closets on the basement floor of the state

Provisions relaung to such improvement,

Appropriation for such purposo.

house with new wator-clogsts, similar to that in use by the supreme court department; the expense thereof not to exceed an aggregate of five thousand dollars.

SECTION 2. The adjutant-general, secretary of the state board of health and third assistant sergeant-at-erms are required to let the contract for said improvement to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders and said work shall be performed under their direction and supervision in accordance with plans and specifications prepared by them; it shall be their duty to properly certify to ihe auditor of state all bills for work performed in pursuance of this act; and all expenses occurring under this act shall be audited and paid in the same manner as repairs to the gtate-house aro now paid.

SECTION 3. There is hereby appropriated out of any money in the trenury to the credit of the general revenue fund the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be required, for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act.

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

LEWIS C. LAYLIN
Speaker of 18s Ilonse of Representatives.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

Presidond of tits Senato.
Passed April 18, 1892.

315G

[House Bill No. 017.]

AN ACT

To amend section 2 of an act to suthorize any village in the state of

Ohio which at the last federal cengus had, or which at any subsequent federal ceneus may have a population of not less ihan seven hundred (700), nor greater than geven hundred and ten (710), to issue bonds

for the purpose of improving their streets. Street im

SECTION 1. Do it enacted by the General Assembly of the State provement bonus (New

of Ohio, That section 2 of the above recited act be so Washiugton): amended as to read as follows: Payment of See. 2. The principal of suid bonds shall be payable at principal. such place, and at such times, not exceeding twenty years

from date of issue, as the council of said village may, by ordiAdditional tax nanco, determine; and the said council is hereby authorized levy.

to levy a tax upon all taxable property of said village to pay said bonds and interest, but such tax shall not exceed iwo mille on the dollar in any one year in addition to the tax now authorized by law,

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