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SECTION 2. That said original Eection 2 shall be and Repcais. is hereby repealed.

SECTION 3. This act shall tako effect and bein force from and aitor ity passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN,
Szcaker of the Honse of Representatiocs.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,

President of the Senata
Pasged April 18, 1892,

346G

[House Bill No. 918.]

AN ACT

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To provide for the anticipation of certnin taxes, in counties containing a

city of the second grade of the first class. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slaca Temporary of Ohio, That in counties containing a city of tho second losinnaticigrade of the first claes, the county commisionera may antic- additional ipato the collection of the taxes authorized to be lovicà for

(Cugaboga). the improvenient of state end county ronde under an act entitled "An act to provide for the improvement of stete and county roads in counties containing a city of tho necond grado of the first class,” paguer March 31, 1892, by temporary loang; but no loan shall be made in excess of the grong amount of revenue raised by such levies for such purpose during the then current year; and the taxes so levied, when collected, shall be applied first in the payment of such loan.

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 April 18, 1892.

3476

[House Bill No. 926.]

AN ACT

To further supplement section four (4) of an act entitled "An act for the

establishment and maintenance of public libraries in certału cities of the first class," as amended April 12, 1883 (vol. 85, O. L., pp. 209 to 012), and sections one and four of which were supplemented March 12, 1889 (vol. 86, 0. L., p. 79); and saiid section four (4) further supplemented March 6, 1891 (vol. 88, (). L., p. 92), and said soction four (4) furtber supplemented April 23, 1891 (vol. 88, 0. L., p. 835).

DECTION 1. Boit enacted by the General Assembly of the State Public lbtsof Ohio, That section four (4) of the above entitled act be tles: further supplemented by an additional section as follows:

Additional

Sec. 4d. For the purposes specified in said original secpublic library, tion four (4) and the first section supplemental thereto, secbuilding bonds (Toledo). tion 4a, and to complete the carrying out of such purposes,

and paying therefor, said board of trustees is hereby author-
ized to issue and sell additional bonds to an amount not in
excess of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00); and such addi-
tional bonds shall be issued and sold and their proceeds dis-
posed of and their payment including interest provided for,
in all respects in the same manner and subject to the same
conditions, as provided in said supplemental section 4a for
the bonds to mature July 1, 1906, and thereafter, except that
those hereby authorized shall mature July 1, 1912.
SECTION 2. This act chall take effect on its passage.

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

President of the Senate
Passed April 18, 1892.

348G

[Ilouse Bill No.916.]

AN ACT

Sale and trans-
fer of natural
g's plant
(Bairdstown).

Contract to be
entered into
by purchusers.

To authorize any village in the state of Ohio which at the last federal

census had, or which at any subsequent federal census may have, a population of not less than 340 por more than 350 10 sell its natural gay plant and real estate.

SECTION 1. De ii enacted by the General Asscmbly of the Siate of Ohio, That any village in the state of Ohio wnich at the last federal census had, or which at any subsequent federal census may have a population of not less than 310 nor more than 380, be and tho same hereby is authorized to sell and transfer its natural gas plant, consisting of its wells, leases of lands for gas or oil, gas pipes, fixtures, buildings, tools, machinery, other appliances of its gas plant and real estate.

SECTION 2. As a part of the consideration therefor, the said village may require the purchaser thereof to enter into a contract on behalf of itself, its successors and assigns with said village to faithfully and fully perform alland singular the covenants and conditions upon the part of said village to be performed of each and every contract theretofore entered into between said village to such persons or corporations; and such purchaser shall, in such event, give full and satisfactory assurances and security for the full and faithful performance of said contract by itself and its successors and assigns, to said village and to said persons and corporations having such con. tracts with said village before said village gasplant, etc., shall be sold and transferred to such purchaser.

SECTION 3. The sale and contract authorized by this act shall be made on behalf of said village by the council thereof and shall be executed and attested on behalf of said village by the mayor and clerk thereof.

Execution of salo and contract.

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 Senate.
Passed April 18, 1892.

319G

[House Bill No. 947.]

AN ACT

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Prescribing the rate of state taxes, and to repeal an act therein named

(O. L. vol. 88, p. 479). SECTION 1. Be it cracle bu the General Assembly of the Sate Prescribing of Ohio, That there shall be levied annually, taxes for state that eatexes purposes, on each dollar of valuation of taxable property for general revenue purposes, one mill and four-tenths of one inill, the same to be styled the “general revenue fund.” For the payment of interest and constitutional reduction of the principal of the public debt of the state, threr-tenths of one mill, said fund to be styled the “sinking fund.” For the support of common schools, one mill, said fund to be styled the state common school fund”

Section 2. That the act "prescribing the rate of state Repeals. taxes, and to repeal the act therein named," passed April 30th, 1991 (O. L. vol. 88, p. 479), be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

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

President of the Senate,
Passed April 18, 1892.

350G

[House Bill No. 956.]

AN ACT

To pay certain deficiencies and liabilities at the boys' industrial school.

SECTION 1. Be it cnacted by the General Assembly of the S'ate Appropriation of Ohio, That the following sums be and the same are here- to pay chains by appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury, to industrial the credit of the general revenue fund, not otherwise appropriated, to pay deficiencies and liabilities, as herein specified, being claims held by the parties hereinafter named against the boys' industrial school, Lancaster, Ohio:

school.

B. F. Price, drugs, $248.30.
Stock wall & Beck, leather, $114 14.
The Flack Bros. Grocery Co., molasses, $217.20.
W. N. Broylos, bursy springs, $2.00
Chas. Cunningham, livery hire, $6.00.
Thimmes Bros., meat, $1,173.42
Bumgartner & Horseman, groceries, 657.82.
Wm. Cox, groceries, $61.10.
E, P. Stuckey, phyrician, $96.00.
L. F Van Dyke, produce, $109.54.
J. W. Pepper, seeds, $2.00,
Jacob Kratzer, produce, 873.07.
Hall & Becker, dry goods, $918.70.
J. E. Fritsche, jeans, $1,006.49.
W. C. Reikert, feeds, $80.78.
N. R. Butler & Co., groceries, $204.66.
Peter Miller & Co., clothing, $S10.78.
A. A. Bauman & Co., groceries, $509.27.
Mrs. C. Bender, pork, $61.80.
Central Ohio Paper Co., paper, $29.55.
A. Brenneman, inucilago, 80c.
J. D. Marshall, produce, $190.68.
A. IIansbarger & Co., produce, $837.40.
L. Snyder & Co., lime, $13.50.
A. Schleckman, groceries, $16.29.
James McSweeney, groceries, $520.51.
C. H. Kerr, produce, $267.78.
The Greendale Furnace Co., coal, $3,546.49.
James McManamy, tinware, $17.65.
Keynes & Wellman, flour, $671.00.
Shupe & Black, flour, $1,332.56.
A. Deeds & Son, flour, $138 00.
Ulrick & Bader, grain, $215.83.
H. A. Martens & Son, hardware, 865.80.
Loue E. Eyman, drugs, $48.95.
Ed. II. Bininger, groceries, $57.90.
John M. King, hardware, $15.55.
C. F. Kirn, leather, $874.12.
Ulrick. Bell & Co., groceries, $1,557.71,
Jacob Leui, produce, $100.29.
Machinery account, $206.49.
Rewards for perfect conduct, $350.00.
The Ohio Coul Exchange, coul, $795.70.
A. Bauman, dishes, $67.50.
Cly & Son, groceries, $4.00.
Groceries, $78 60.
W. Klinge, groceries, $21.50.

SECTION 2. The governor of this state is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint a committee, of not less than two competent and disinterested persons, not more than one of whom shall belong to the same political party, whose duty it shall be to audit the above accounts, and no moneys shall be paid out of the state treasury on said accounts until they have been thoroughly examined by said committee and found by them to be correct and in no event shall said

Auditing and payment of accounts.

moneys be paid unless upon recommendation of said committee in writing, and approval of the governor. Suid committee shall have power to send for persons and papera, admioister oaths, subpæna witnesses, take depositions, and all other powers necessary to carry out the provisions of this act, and to determine the causes of said deficiencies and fix the responsibility for the same and report their findings to the governor.

SECTION 3. All reasonable expenses incurred by the Expenses of above committee shall be paid by the above named credi- committee. itore. SECTION 4. This act shall take effect on its

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

President of the Senate
Passed April 18, 1892.

351G

[House Bill No. 958.]

AN ACT

provements.

To authorize county commissioners in certain counties to appoint en

gineers on public improvement4, and to exempt certain counties from the provisions of an act passed March 3011, 1892.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Stats Exemption of Plin. That counties containing at the federal census taken from provis: in 1890, a population of 27,189, and no more, bo and the same uct (Deluware are hereby exempted from the operations and effects of the county). amendment to section 1181 R. S. of Ohio, as amended in senate bill No. 136, of the 70h general assembly of the state of Ohio, passed on the 30th day of March, A. D. 1892, so far as the services of an engineer are requirud in the locition and construction of improved roads, county ditches, bridges and other county improvements, ordered, or to be ordered, by the commissioners of such counties. Provided, Engineer of that it shall be lawful for the commissioners of any county in county ima the state of Ohio having a population at the last federal census of 27,189 and no more to appoint an engineer to superintend the location and construction of any road improvement, county disch, bridge, or other county improvement, requiring the services 01 an engineer in such counties. Provided further Limitation, that the provisions of this act shall cease to be in force and effect on and after the first Monday in January, A. D. 1894.

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

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

President off Lis Serata
Passed April 18, 1892.

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