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Obstructions on public sidewalks.
Sec. 6884. Whoever sets up any table, stand, tent, wagon or other article to use or let for profit, on a public 100twalk or sidewalk constructed according to law, by any person or any board of education, the council of any municipal corporation, the trustees of any cemetery assocation, or any agricultural or religious society, or rides, drives, leads or hitches any horse or other animal on any such footwalk or sidewalk, or in any other way obstructs the same, or digs up or removes any of the material of wbich the same is composed, sball be fined not more than twenty-five nor less than five dollars, or imprisoned not more than ten days, or both.
SECTION 2. That said section 6884 of the Revised Statutes, as amended April 15, 1882, be and the same is hereby repealed.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
LEWIS C. LAYLIN.
President af the Senate.
[House Bill No. 369.]
Cemetery bonds (Woods. field).
Amount; denomination; interest; payable.
To authorize the council of any village which at the last federal census
had, or which at any subsequent federal census may have a population of not less than 1,026 nor more than 1,036, to purchase cemetery grounds and to borrow money and issue bonds for that purpose.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembʼy of the S'ate of Ohio, That the council of any village which at the last federal census had, or which at any subsequent federal census may have a population of not less than 1,026 por more than 1,036, be and they are hereby authorized to issue the bonds of said village, not exceeding in amount the sum of three thousand dollars, in denominations not exceeding five hundred dollars each, bearing interest not to exceed six per cent. per annum, payable annually, and to be payable in not less than two years nor more than ten years from their date, as the council may determine.
SECTION 2. Said bonds shall not be issued by said council until the question shall have been first submitted to a vote of the qualitied electors of said village at a general or special election, of which not less than ten days' notice shall be given by publication in some newspaper published in and of general circulation in said village; and at said election all those desiring to vote in favor of the issue of said bonds shall have written or printed on their ballots the words, “Issue of cemetery bonds-Yes,” and all voters desiring to vote against the issue of said bonds shall have written or printed on their ballots the words, “Issue of cemetery bonds-No;” and if a majority of the electora voting at said election shall vote in
General or special election.
Condition of issue.
or any part of the bonds outstanding after ten years from the date of their issue, by giving ninety days' notice to the owners or holders of such outstanding bonds
SECTION 3. That the council of any such village is hereby authorized to annually levy a tax on all the taxable property of such village, in addition to that now authorized by law, sufficient in amount to meet the payment of said bonds and interest as the same shall become due.
SECTION 4. The funds realized from the sale of said bonds shall be used by the council of such village for the purpose of erecting, constructing and paying for waterworks for such village, which water-works, when completed, shall be used, operated and controlled in such manner as may be prescribed by law and the ordinances of euch village.
SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
LEWIS C. LAYLIN.
President of the Senate.
[House Bill No. 417.]
To amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the village council of any
village having a population at the last federal census or any subsequent federal census of not less than five hundred nor more than five hundred and ten to issue boods to aid in piking and improving the
streets of such village,” passed February 24, 1892. Municipal
SECTION 1. De it enacted by the General Assembly of the State corporations: of That an act entitled “An act to authorize the village
council of any village having a population at the last federal census or any subsequent federal census of not less than five hundred nor more than five hundred and ten to issue bonds to aid in piking and improving the streets of such village," passed February 24, 1892, be amended so as to read as
follows: That for the purpose of piking and improving any vilbonds (Midle 'lage having a population at the last federal census or any
subsequent federal census of not less than four hundred and thirty or more than four hundred and thirty-five, the council of such village is hereby authorized to issue the bonds of such incorporated village, signed by the mayor
and clerk thereof for an amount not exceeding five tbouPayable. sand dollars, payable in five annual payments of one
thousand dollars each, commencing not later than twenty years from date of issuing the same; said bonds shall bear interest at a rate not exceeding six per cent. per annum, to be paid annually, and shall not be sold for less
than their par value and shall not bear interest until sold; Application of the money realized from the sale of said bonds shall be used proceeds:
by said council to pike and improve the streets of such village.
SECTION 2. For purpose of paying bonds issued under Annual tax section (1) of this act and interest thereon as the same levy. becomes due, said council shall annually levy a tax on taxable property in said village sufficient theretor.
SECTION 3. The clerk of said council shall keep a record Record of of said bonds, showing the number, amount and date of bonds. each when due, and the rate of interest, and when , aid they shall be taken up and canceled and the fact noted on the record.
SECTION 4. Said bonds shall not be issued nor said General or tax assessed until the question shall be submitted to the voters of said village at a general or special election ot which at least ten days' notice shall be given by writt-n or printed Notice. notices posted up in at least five public places in said village; at said election, all voters desiring to vote in favor of issuing Ballots. said bonds and levying said taxes shall bave written or printed on their ballots the words “Pike-Yes;" and all voters desiring to vote against issuing said bonds and levying said taxes shall have written or printed on their ballots the words "Pike - No;" no bonds sball be issued nor taxes Issue of bonds levied upder this act' unless two-thirds of the votes cast at conditional. said election shall be favorable thereto.
SECTION 5. Said election shall be held and controlled Conduct of by said council of said village at the usual place of holding election. elections in said village, and the polls shall be kept open at least five hours, closing at six o'clock p. m.; the clerk of said Duties of vilvillage shall be clerk of said election and shall enter a complete lage clerk. record of said election on the records of said village and shall file and preserve all poll-books, tally-sheets and other papers pertaining to said election.
SECTION 6. The said original act passed February 24, Repeals, etc. 1892, is hereby repealed; and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
LEWIS C. LAYLIN
President of the Srnale.
[Senate Bill No. 39.]
· AN ACT
To amend section 3234 of the Revised Statutes, as amended May 18, 1886.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assemb y of the S otr Creation of of Ohio, That section 3234 of the Revised Statutes of the cor orations, state of Ohio be so amended [ay] to read as follows:
Sec. 3234. Corporations created before the adoption of Corporation's the present consti: ution, wbich take any action under or in creted prior