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Fuel, two thousand dollars ($2,000).
Repairs heating apparatus, six hundred dollars (8600)
Water rent, one thousand dollars ($1,000).
Material and repairs, two thousand dollars ($2,000).

Agricultural Department : Encouragement of, twenty-three hundred and seventy-two dollars and ninety-two cents ($2,372.92).

Contingent expenses, two hundred dollars ($200).

Auditor of State's Department : Contingent expenses, three hundred and seventy-five dollars (8375).

Salary of auditor, seven hundred and fifty dollars (8750).
Salary of chief clerk, five hundred dollars ($500).
Salary of book-keeper, four hundred dollars ($400).

Salary of railroad and bank clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars (8375).

Salary of land clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375).

Salary of canal and trust fund clerk, three hundred and fifty dollars ($350).

Salary of statistical clerk, three hundred dollars ($300).

For extra clerical service, one hundred and sixty-six dollars (8166).

Attorney-General's Department: Salary of attorney-general, three hundred and seventy-five dollars (8375).

Salary of clerk, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250).
Contingent expenses, seventy-five dollars (875).
Attorney's fees on collections, one hundred dollars ($100).

School Commissioner's Department : Contingent expenses, one hundred and twenty-five dollars (8125).

Salary of commissioner, five hundred dollars (8500).

Salary of first clerk, four hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents (8437.50).

Salary of second clerk, three hundred dollars (8300) Traveling expenses, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150). Boxing and shipping reports, twenty-five dollars ($25).

Railroad Commissioner's Department :

Contingent expenses, including expenses outside, one hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents ($112.50).

Salary of commissioner, five hundred dollars ($500).
Salary of clerk, three hundred dollars (8300).
Experts to examine bridges, five hundred dollars ($500).

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Executive Department :
Contingent expenses, eight hundred and forty-seven dol-
lars and eighty-seven cents (8847.87).

Salary of governor, one thousand dollars ($1,000).
Salary of lieutenant-governor, four hundred dollars (8400).

Salary of executive clerk, three hundred and seventy-five
dollars ($375).
Salary of private secretary, two hundred dollars ($200).

Insurance Department :
Contingent expenses, three hundred dollars ($300).
Salary of superintendent, five hundred dollars (8500).

Salary of chief clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dol.., lars ($375)

Salary of book-keeper, three hundred dollars ($300).

Salary of corresponding clerk, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250)

Salary of mailing clerk, two hundred dollars ($200).
Actuary clerk, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250).

Salary of extra clerks, three hundred and seventy-four dollars and seventy-six cents ($374.76).

Bureau of Labor Statistics :
Contingent expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250).
Salary of commissioner, five hundred dollars ($500).

Judiciary:
Salaries of supreme, superior and common pleas judges,
forty nine thousand five hundred and forty-two dollars
($49,542).

Legislature: For salaries and mileage of members of the general assembly, per diem of clerks, sergeants-at-arms and employes while the general assembly is in session, and the payment of the clerks of the house and senate after adjournment, as provided in sections thirty-nine, forty-three and forty-five of the revised statutes, twenty-eight thousand dollars ($28,000).

State Library : Purchase of books, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375).

Contingent expense, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150).

Salary of librarian, three hundred and seventy-five dollars
($375).
Salary of assistant librarian, three hundred dollars ($300).

Law Library:
Purchase of books, five hundred dollars (8500).

Salary of librarian, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375).

Salary of assistant librarian, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250). Shelving, twenty-five dollars (825).

Mine Inspector's Department: Contingent expenses, three hundred and sixty-eight dollars and sixty-seven cents ($368.67).

Salary of inspector, five hundred dollars ($500).
Salary of assistant inspector, three hundred dollars ($300).

Board of Public Works :
Salaries of members, six hundred dollars (8600).

Secretary of State's Department: Contingent expenses, three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375)

Salary of secretary, five hundred dollars ($500).
Salary of chief clerk, five hundred dollars ($500).

Salary of statistical clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars (8375).

Salary of stationery clerk, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents ($337.50).

Salary of recording clerk, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents (8337.50).

Salary of corporation clerk, thrre hundred and thirtyseven dollars and fifty cents ($337.50).

Distribution of laws and journals, four hundred and fifty dollars (8450).

Printing paper, eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars ($8,750).

Stationery, two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500).

Superintendent of packing room, two hundred dollars (20) Carpets, furniture and repairs, twenty-five dollars ($25).

Supervisor of Public Printing : Contingent expenses, fifty dollars ($50). Salary of supervisor, four hundred and fifty dollars ($450). State printing, seven thousand dollars ($7,000).

State binding, six thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars ($6,750).

Supreme Court: Salary of clerk, three hundred and seventy-five dollars (8375).

Salary of deputy clerk, three hundred dollars ($300). Salary of reporter, two hundred and fifty dollars (8250).

Furniture for court room, one hundred and twenty-five dollars (8125).

The supreme court shall appoint a janitor to serve as janitor of the law library, the supreme court, and the supreme court commission, and the clerk's office, at a salary

of six hundred dollars (8600), for the year, beginning February 15th, 1884, and ending February 15th, 1885, to be paid in monthly installments on the order of the clerk of supreme court.

Treasurer of State : Contingent expenses, two hundred and eighty-three dollars and twenty cents ($283.20).

Salary of treasurer, seven hundred and fifty dollars ($750). Salary of chief clerk, five hundred dollars ($500)..

Salary of two book-keepers, six hundred and seventy-five dollars (8675).

Salary of night watchmen, four hundred dollars ($400).

Alarm telegraph and telephone, twenty-one dollars and fifty cents (821.50).

Supreme Court Commission :
Salary of judges, five thousand dollars ($5,000).
Salary of clerk, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125).
Salary of deputy clerk, two hundred and fifty dollars
($250).

Contingent fund, fifty dollars (850).
Salary of reporter, two hundred dollars (8200).

Salary of porter for one year, nine hundred dollars ($900), payable in monthly installments.

For crier of the supreme court commission for one year, three hundred dollars ($300), payable in monthly installments.

For messenger, for one year, two hundred dollars ($200), payable in monthly installments.

SEC. 2. The moneys appropriated in the foregoing section shall not in any way be expended to pay liabilities or deficiencies existing prior to February 15, 1884, nor be used for any other purpose than the specific purpose for which the same is appropriated.

And the money hereinbefore appropriated shall be drawn only on a requisition on the auditor of state, approved by the head of each department, which shall set forth the services rendered, or the materials furnished.

Senate contingent expenses, four hundred dollars ($400). House contingent expenses, six hundred dollars ($600).

To re-appropriate moneys lapsed into the treasury necessary to pay the outgoing clerk of the supreme court, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150).

To pay for rebuilding gas-house and fixtures at girls' industrial home, ten hundred and fifty dollars ($1.050).

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

A. D. MARSH,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ELMER WHITE,

President pro tem. of the Senate. assed January 31, 1884.

[Senate Bill No. 55.]

AN ACT
To change the time for holding the first term of the court of common

pleas in the county of Madison for the year 1884.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, That the time for holding the first term of the court
of common pleas in and for the county of Madison for the
year 1884, as fixed by the judges of the fifth judicial district,
be and the same is hereby changed, and that said term shall
be held on the twelfth day of February, 1884, instead of the
tenth day of February, 1884, as fixed by said judges.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

L. A. BRUNNER,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 5, 1884.

[House Bill No. 75.]

AN ACT
Providing for the better protection and care of the State House

and grounds. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That for the protection of the state house and the offices therein, and to prevent improper conduct and trespassing in and about the building and grounds, the adjutantgeneral shall appoint one day policeman and one night Adjutantpoliceman; and to provide for attention of strangers visiting appoint pothe capitol, he shall appoint a visitors' attendant, who shall licemen and also take proper care of the building and premises in the visitors' atabsence of the day policeman; said policeman and visitors' tendant for attendant shall be appointed for the term of two years,

state house. unless sooner removed. The persons so appointed shall take an oath of office and wear a proper uniform and badge of office, and shall have the same authority to make arrests as is or may be vested in the police of cities, and all persons Duties of. arrested by them shall be delivered to the police authorities of the city of Columbus, and dealt with by said authorities in the same manner as persons arrested by the police of said city. The persons so appointed shall, in the discharge of said duty, so arrange that at no time shall the building and grounds be without police protection.

Sec. 2. The day police and visitors' attendant shall each Salary of. receive an annual salary of seven hundred and twenty dollars (8720), and the night policeman shall receive an annual salary of eight hundred dollars ($800).

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