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any person or persons living without said city, who may go in or out of said city in any buggy, sulky or carriage. Dairymen living without said city shall pay license fees

Dairymen, upon their vehicles used upon the streets of said city, as license of. follows:

For each one-horse wagon, three dollars ($3.00).
For each two-horse wagon, five dollars ($5.00).
For each three or four-horse wagon, ten dollars ($10.00).

SEC. 3. That said sections 19 and 29 be and the same are hereby repealed.

Sec. 4. This act shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage.

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed March 25, 1884.

[House Bill No. 73.]

AN ACT
To amend section 632 of the revised statutes of Ohio, and to enact a

section supplemental thereto.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, That section six hundred and thirty-two be amended
so as to read as follows, and that section 632 a be supple-
mentary thereto:

Section 632. If there be a failure in any case to pay in- How paycidental expenses, or furnish the necessary clothing, the ment of steward or other financial officer of the institution is hereby incidental authorized to pay such expenses, and furnish the requisite expenses of clothing, and pay for the same, out of the appropriations for insane

patient enthe current expenses of the institution, keeping and report- forced. ing a separate account of the same. The account so drawn up, signed by such officer, countersigned by the superintendent, and sealed with the seal of the institution, shall be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney of the county from which the person came. Said prosecuting attorney shall proceed without delay to collect, in the name of the state of Ohio, the amount so certified in said account, the same as other debts are collected.

Section 632a. The prosecuting attorney shall pay over all How moneys so collected to the county treasurer, taking his moneys colduplicate receipts therefor, one of which he shall immedi- lected to be

paid. ately file with the county auditor, and the other of which he shall keep and preserve. The county auditor shall, upon the filing of such receipt, issue his warrant upon the county treasurer for the amount of money so collected, payable to the steward of such institution where such person is, or

shall have been confined, and who shall report to the auditor of state on 1st day of April and 1st day of October of each year upon blanks to be furnished by such state auditor.

Sec. 2. That said original section 632 of the revised statutes of Ohio be and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. That 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 March 25, 1884.

[House Bill No. 174.]

AN ACT
To amend section 4877 of the revised statutes of Ohio, as amended

February 21, 1883 (O. L. v. 80, p. 24), and section 4889 of said stat-
utes, as amended March 29, 1883 (O. L. v. 80, p. 89).

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section four thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven of the revised statutes, “as amended February 21, 1883, and section four thousand eight hundred and eighty. nine of the revised statutes, as amended March 29," 1883, be

so amended as to read as follows: Each town Section 4877. Each township in the county of Clermont, ship in Cler. for the purpose of keeping in repair so much of such roads mont county

as may be therein, is hereby constituted a road district, and a road district for re

placed under the care and supervision of a superintendent, pair. now in office or hereafter elected, as herein provided.

Section 4889. Each township in the counties of Belmont, In certain Butler, Carroll, Champaign, Clarke, Clinton, Columbiana, counties Cuyahoga, Darke, Delaware, Erie, Fayette, Franklin, Geauga, each town

Greene, Hamilton, Henry, Huron, Licking, Lucas, Madison, ship a road district.

Montgomery, Muskingum, Ottawa, Pickaway, Pike, Preble, Ross, Shelby, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Vinton, Washington, Warren and Wayne, in which any such free road is located, shall be a road district, for the care and maintenance thereof.

SEC. 2. Said original section 4877, as amended February 21, 1883, and said section 4889, as amended March 29, 1883, are hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. 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 March 25, 1884.

[House Bill No. 230.]

AN ACT

To amend section 4520 of the revised statutes of Ohio. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section forty-five hundred and twenty of the revised statutes be so amended as to read as follows:

Section 4520. If the trustees find that the bond has been Township filed and notice given, they shall proceed to hear and deter- ditches; mine the petition, and shall view the premises along the

duties of pro

trustees. posed route, and if they find such ditch to be necessary, and that it will be conducive to the public health, convenience or general welfare, shall proceed to locate and establish the same in substantial conformity with the route described in the petition, or as near thereto as in their opinion would best answer the purpose, and the trustees may take to their assistance an engineer to locate, level, and weasure the course of such ditch, and such other assistance as they need, and may adjourn from day to day to complete their report and finding, and when their finding is in favor of such ditch, Proceedings and their report filed with the township clerk, they shall fix wheu they a day of hearing within ten days thereafter at the clerk's find in lavor office in said township, and then and there determine the of ditch. complaints of any persons affected by reason of the location and construction of said ditch.

SEC. 2. That said section 4520 of the revised statutes is hereby repealed; and that this act shall take effect upon its passage.

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed March 25, 1884.

[House Bill No. 242.]

AN ACT

To amend section 633 (a) of the revised statutes of Ohio, to provide

for the appointment of special policemen in state institutions.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section 633 (a) of the revised statutes of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows:

Section 633 (a). Upon the application and recommenda- Upɔn applition of the board of trustees of any state public institution, cation the the governor shall commission any number of employes of governor such institution not exceeding three, to be designated by the shall appoint superintendent, to be special policemen thereof; and such

policemen,

for state in officer or officers shall take an oath of office and shall have stitutions.

power to protect the property of such institution, to suppress riots, disturbances, and breaches of the peace, and to enforce all laws for the preservation of good order; and may, upon view, or information, without warrant, arrest any person trespassing upon the grounds, or destroying the property of such institution, or violating any of the existing laws of the state, and bring such person so offending before the mayor or any justice of the peace within such township, to be dealt with according to law. This act shall not be construed to authorize an additional employe in any institution or any increase of compensation to any employe so designated.

SEC. 2. That said original section 633 (a) be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate.
Passed March 25, 1884.

[House Bill No. 338.]

AN ACT

To amend section 3694 of the revised statutes of Ohio. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section thirty-six hundred and ninety-four

of the revised statutes be amended so as to read as follows: State board Section 3694. The board may hold in fee simple such of agricul.

real estate as it may have heretofore purchased, or may ture; power hereafter purchase, as sites whereon to hold its annual fairs, of.

and all such lands held by the board for said purpose, shall be exempt from taxation. The board shall have the power to audit and pay its ordinary expenses, including the necessary personal expenses of the members in their attendance on the meetings of the board, out of any funds in its possession or out of the State Agricultural Fund, and shall, in its annual report, make a complete showing of its financial transactions; and the attorney-general shall act as the legal adviser of the board, the same as for other state departments. E SEC. 2. Said original section 3694 is hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. 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 March 25, 1884.

[Senate Bill No. 163.]

AN ACT

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

for paying arrears of debts in work-houses, and borrow money on such bond. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Certain of Ohio, That cities of the first grade of the first class having cities may a city work-house, be and are hereby authorized and em- borrow powered to borrow twelve thousand dollars at a rate of money to interest not exceeding four and one-half per cent. per annum, house debts. under resolution or ordinance of the common council of any such city, and under such restrictions, and through such officers as may be designated by such resolution or ordinance, to pay any existing debts of such work-house that have been contracted during its management, and for the payment whereof it has no resources.

SEC. 2. The city council of such city are hereby author. City council ized, upon the application of the directors of such work- authorized house, to issue the bonds of such city for twelve thousand to issue (812,000) dollars in denominations of one thousand (81,000) such deb ta.

pay dollars each, with proper coupons attached and having a period to run of ten years, to pay off such debts so incurred, and bearing a rate of interest not exceeding four and onehalf per cent. per annum, payable at such place as such city council may direct; to be sold for not less than par, and the proceeds thereof to be applied exclusively to the above purpose; all such bills to be audited by the comptroller of such city, and paid solely on his order.

Sec. 3. Whenever such bonds shall be for sale they shall Advertisefirst be duly advertised, daily, for six days, in four daily ment and newspapers of such city, if there be so many, and the adver- sale of tisement shall provide for sealed bids for said bonds, to be bonds. received until a day and hour to be named and designated, when the bids shall be opened by said comptroller in the presence of the bidders present, and the bonds shall be sold to the highest bidder; provided, that no bonds shall be sold for less than par, and that the city may reject any or all of the bids.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

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

JOHN G. WARWICK,

President of the Senate. Passed March 25, 1884.

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