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

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 14, 1884.

[House Bill No. 71.]

AN ACT
To provide for the transfer of forty-three thousand nine hundred and

sixty-six dollars and thirty-seven cents ($43,966.37), from the in-
firmary fund of cities of the first grade of the first class, to the
watch fund of said cities.

(CINCINNATI.] Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Certain of Ohio, That in cities of the first grade of the first class, the cities aucomptroller is hereby authorized to transfer the sum of forty- thorized to three thousand nine hundred and sixty-six dollars and transfer certhirty-seven cents from the city infirmary fund to the watch tain funds. fund, subject to the order of the mayor of such city.

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

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 14, 1884.

[Senate Bill No. 4.]

AN ACT

To amend an act entitled "an act to apportion the state of Ohio into

congressional districts,” passed April 17, 1882. (O L., vol 79, p. 140.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the above recited act be amended so as to read as follows:

Section 1. That the state of Ohio shall be divided into twenty-one districts for the election of representatives to congress, and each district shall chrose one representative in the manner following, to wit:

First District—That so much of the county of Hamilton as is now contained within the limits of the first, second, third,

fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, and eighteenth wards of the city of Cincinnati as they are now constituted, and the townships of Anderson, Columbia, Spencer, Symmes, and Sycamore, and Avondale and the North-east, St. Bernard, and Bond Hill precincts of Mill Creek township, shall compose the first district.

Second District—The balance of the county of Hamilton now contained within the limits of the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twentyfourth and twenty-fifth wards of the city of Cincinnati, as they are now constituted, and the townships of Springfield, Colerain, Greene, Delhi, Miami, Whitewater, Harrison, and Crosby, and Clifton, College Hill, Winton Place, and western precincts of Mill Creek township, shall com pose the second district.

Third DistrictThe counties of Butler, Preble, Warren and Clermont, shall compose the third district.

Fourth DistrictThe counties of Montgomery, Miami and Darke, shall compose the fourth district.

Fifth DistrictThe counties of Shelby, Mercer, Auglaize, Allen, Logan and Hardin, shall compose the fifth district.

Sixth District—The counties of Williams, Defiance, Paulding, Van Wert, Putnam, Henry and Fulton, shall com pose the sixth district.

Seventh District-The counties of Wood, Hancock, Seneca, Wyandot and Crawford, shall compose the seventh district.

Eighth District—The counties of Champaign, Clarke, Greene, Clinton and Fayette, shall compose the eighth district.

Ninth District --The counties of Marion, Union, Morrow, Delaware, Knox and Madison, shall compose the ninth district.

Tenth DistrictThe counties of Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky and Erie, shall compose the tenth district.

Eleventh DistrictThe counties of Ross, Highland, Brown and Adams shall compose the eleventh district.

Twelfth District-The counties of Vinton, Pike, Jackson, Scioto and Lawrence, shall comprise the twelfth district.

Thirteenth District-The counties of Franklin, Pickaway, Fairfield and Hocking, shall compose the thirteenth district.

Fourteenth District-The counties of Perry, Morgan, Athens, Meigs and Gallia, shall compose the fourteenth district.

Fifteenth DistrictThe counties of Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Licking and Muskingum, shall compose the fifteenth district.

Sixteenth District - The counties of Lorain, Huron, Ashland, Richland and Holmes, shall com pose the sixteenth district.

Seventeenth District, The counties of Guernsey, Belmont, Noble, Monroe and Washington, shall com pose the seventeenth district.

Eighteenth DistrictThe counties of Mahoning, Columbiana, Carroll, Jefferson and Harrison, shall compose the éighteenth district.

Nineteenth District-The counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage, Geauga and Lake, the townships of Bedford, Brecks

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ville, Chagrin Falls, East Cleveland, Euclid, Independence, Mayfield, Orange, Royalton, Strongsville, Solon, and Warrensville, in Cuyahoga county, and the sixteenth and seventeenth wards of the city of Cleveland, shall compose the nineteenth district.

Twentieth District—The counties of Summit, Medina, Wayne and Stark, shall compose the twentieth district.

Twenty-first District-The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and eightrenth wards of the city of Cleveland, as constituted and bounded January 1st, 1884, and the townships of Brooklyn, Dover, Middleburgh, Newburgh, Olmstead, Rockport and Parma, in Cuyahoga county, shall compose the twenty-first district.

SEC. 2. That the "act to apportion the state of Ohio into congressional districts,” passed April 17, 1882, be and the same is hereby repealed; and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 14, 1884.

[Substitute for Senate Bill No. 76 and Senate Joint Resolution No. 27.]

AN ACT For the relief of sufferers in this state by the present floods. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Appropriaof Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated out of any tion for relief funds in the state treasury, or that may hereafter come into of flood sufthe same to the credit of the general revenue fund, and not ferers. otherwise appropriated, the sum of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), for the relief of the sufferers in this state by the present floods.

Sec. 2. That for the purpose of distributing said funds Governor to among the sufferers as aforesaid in the localities where the appoint comsame is needed, the governor is hereby authorized to appoint mission to a commission, consisting of five (5) persons, whose duty it distribute. shall be to distribute the same, and render to the governor and the general assembly a statement of the manner in which said funds were distributed.

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

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 15, 1884.

[House Bill No. 38.]

AN ACT To amend section 553 of the revised statutes of Ohio. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section five hundred and fifty-three (553) of the revised statutes be and it is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section 553. The court of common pleas and district court in any county, and the superior court in any city or county, and the probate court in any county containing a city of the first grade of the first class, may each on the

application of the sheriff of the county, appoint one or more When courts constables to preserve order and discharge such other duties may appoint as the court requires; and eat constable, when so directed constables.

by the court, shall have the sme power to call and im panel Powers of. jurors which by law the sheriff of the county has, except in

capital cases. The compensation of such constables shall be

the same as that of regular jurors, except in counties conCompensa

taining a city of the first grade of the first class, it shall be tion.

eight hundred dollars ($800) per annum, and in all cases shall be paid out of the county treasury, on the order of the court.

SEC. 2. That original section 553 be and the same is hereby repealed; and this act shall take effect from and after its passage.

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed February 15, 1884.

[House Bill No. 106.]

AN ACT
To amend section 4730, to secure the better destruction of noxious

weeds in highways.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, That [section] forty-seven hundred and thirty of the

revised statutes of Ohio be amended to read as follows: Road super

Section 4730. Supervisors of township or county roads visors or

or superintendents of any improved or macadamized roads superintend- shall cut down, or cause to be cut down, and destroy all ents to de weeds, burs, bushes, and briers, growing within any county stroy weeds,

or township highway, the same to be done within the months briers, etc., on high

of July and August of each year, and also in the months of ways.

September and October, whenever a repetition o' the work becomes necessary the more effectually to exterminate the same; and for that purpose such supervisor or superintend

ent may allow any landowner a reasonable compensation for destroying such weeds, burs, bushes, and briers on the public highway on which such landowner's land abuts; such compensation to be fixed by such supervisor or super- Compengaintendent before such labor is performed, and shall be tion. credited upon said landowner's road tax for that year; and the superintendent of any turnpike road upon which toll is demanded for traveling the same, shall cut down, or cause to be cut down and destroyed, all weeds, burs, bushes, and briers growing within his turnpike; and if any superintendent refuse or neglect before the first day of September To be de in each year so to do, the trustees of the township, through toll turnwhich the road passes, shall cause the same to be done, and pikes. they shall have a right of action against the turnpike company for the amount paid for the same, together with one hundred per cent. penalty, to be recovered before any justice of the peace of the township.

Sec. 2. That the original section 4730 be and the same is hereby repealed.

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.

tem. of the Senate. Passed February 21, 1884.

[Senate Bill No. 37.]

AN ACT

To amend section 95 of the revised_statutes of Ohio, as amended

March 11, 1881. (O. L. v. 78, p. 49). SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section ninety-five of the revised statutes of Ohio, as amended March 11, 1881, be amended to read as follows:

Section 95. The governor, in any case authorized by the constitution of the United States, may, on demand, deliver from justice;

Fugitive over to the executive authority of any other state or terri- when govtory, any person charged therein with treason, felony, or ernor may other crime committed therein, and he may, on application surrender,

or make reappoint an agent to demand of the executive authority of

quisition for, any other state or territory any person charged with felony who has fled from justice in this state; but such demand or application must be accompanied by sworn evidence that the party charged is a fugitive from justice, and that the demand or application is made in good faith, for the punishment of crime, and not for the purpose of collecting a debt or pecuniary mulct, or of removing the alleged fugitive to a

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