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General appropriations.

Transferring remains of dead soldiers from old to new cemetery, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00).

For constructing new store-house, three thousand dollars ($3,000,00).

Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home : Current expenses, ninety-four thousand dollars (894,000 00).

Salaries of officers, matrons and teachers, nineteen thousand dollars ($19,000.00).

Industrial pursuits, including cooking, sewing and purchase of appliances and machinery, seven thousand dollars ($7,000.00).

Ordinary repairs and improvements, seven thousand dollars ($7,000 00).

Trustees' expenses and the expenses of lady visitors, five hundred dollars ($500 00).

Net earnings, twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00).
Library, six hundred dollars ($600.00).
Services in chapel, three hundred dollars ($300.00).

Support of orpbans and children of indigent soldiers outside, ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00).

Furniture, carpets and bedding, twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00).

Visiting county homes, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Salaries of foremen and instructors, five thousand and five hundred dollars ($5,500 00).

Grading, graveling and planting trees, seven hundred dollars ($700.00).

Enlarging and improving bakery, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

Enlarging green-house, two thousand dollars ($2,000.00).

Cottages for hospital, twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00).

Entertainment and amusements, two hundred dollars ($200.00).

Laundry fixtures, five hundred dollars ($500 00).

Ohio Working Home for the Blind: Salary of superintendent and secretary, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

Salary and expenses of acting salesman, one thousand dollars ($1,000 00).

Salary of foreman, four hundred dollars ($400.00).

Engineer, teamster, cook, laundry help and dining-room help, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars ($1,650 00).

Trustees' expenses, two hundred dollars ($200.00).

Ordinary repairs and painting, five hundred dollars ($500.00)

Miscellaneous :

Pension J. P. Brush family, one hundred and twenty General appro dollars ($120.00).

For extra clerk hire for executive commissioner of Ohio at the world's fair at Chicago, to be paid on the order of said commissioner, two thousand dollars ($2,000 00).

To pay expenses of the commission to locate and prepare plans and specifications for the asylum for insane provided for by H. B. No. 2, fifteen hundred dollars ($1.500 00).

Prosecuting War Claims of Ohio Against United States :
Salary of agent, fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00).
Expenses of agent, six hundred dollars ($600.00).

Ohio Archäological and Historical Society: For said society, including care of Fort Ancient, two thousand dollars ($2,000.00).

State Geologist : Salary of geologist, assistants and expenses as provided by act passed April 12, 1889 (O. L., vol. 86, p. 262), one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

SECTION 2. The moneys appropriated in the preceding section shall not be in any way expended to pay liabilities or deficiencies existing prior to February 15, 1892, nor shall they be used or paid out for purposes other than those for which said sums are specifically appropriated as aforesaid.

SECTION 3. In addition to the several appropriations made for the institutions for the insane, blind, deaf and dumb, and feeble-minded youth, the girls' industrial home, the boys industrial school, and soldiers' and sailors’ orphans' home, and soldiers' and sailors' home, there is hereby appropriated for the use of said institutions any moneys received from sources other than the state treasury by their respective financial officers, which moneys shall be credited to the current expense funds of said institutions respectively, unless otherwise provided by law.

SECTION 4. No bills for clerk hire, for furniture or carpets, or for newspapers shall be paid out of appropriations made for contingent expenses, no bills for carpets or furniture, or any expense for officers attending state, inter-state or national associations of benevolent institutions, shall be paid out of appropriations made for the current expenses of said institution; and no money herein appropriated sball be drawn except on a requisition on the auditor of state, approved by the head of each department or the trustees of the institution, which shall set forth the service rendered or material furnished, and the date of purchase and the time of service, and it shall be the duty of the auditor of state to see that these provisions are complied with.

SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

LEWIS C. LAYLIN,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
ELBERT L. LAMPSON,

President pro tem, of the Senate.
Passed April 16, 1892.

2786

[House Bill No. 345.]

AN ACT

To regulate the employment of the inmates of the penitentiaries, reform

atories and work-houses in the state of Ohio.

inmates of

and work houste

Regulating

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State employment of of Ohio, That the total number of prisoners and inmates

employed at one time in the penitentiaries, work-houses penitentiaries, reformatories

and reformatories of this state in the manufacture of any one kind of goods which are manufactured in this state outside of said penitentiaries, work-houses and reformatories shall not oxceed five per centum of the number of all persons in this state, outside of said penitentiaries, work-houses and reformatories, employed in manufacturing the same kind of goods, as shown by the last federal census or state enumeration, except in industries in which not more than fifty free laborers are employed.

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 16, 1892.

279

[House Bill No. 434.]

AN ACT

To supplement section 3443 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

Street rail-
WS:

Watchmen at Btreet crossinga, intersections and corDert.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section 3443 of the Revised Statutes be and the game is hereby supplemented with sectional numbering as follows:

Sec. 3443a. Whenever any street railways are operated by electricity, cable, compressed air, or any motive power other than horses or mules, in any municipality, the board of legislation or council of such municipalities shall have the power by ordinance to require the owners or operators of any such street railways to place watchmen at any street crossings, intersections or corners which such board of legislation or council may deem dangerous; and to provide for the proper Penaltion. enforcement of such ordinances by penalties in the way of fine or imprisonment, or both, which may be imposed upon the owner, officer, or operator of such street railways or by a penalty of not exceeding 8100 per day, which may be recovered by such municipalities in a civil suit against the owners or operators of any such street railway failing to place such watchman as may be required.

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 16, 1892.

280G

[House Bill No. 481.]

AN ACT

cians.

To supplement section 640 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Asylums for of Ohio, That section 640 of the Revised Statutes be supple- the insane : mented by the addition of a section with sectional numbering as follows:

Sec. 640a. In all asylums for the insane there shall be Female physiemployed at least one female physician.

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 16, 1892.

2816

[House Bill No. 494.]

AN ACT

To provide steps at railroad stations, and inflict a penalty for neglecting

so to do.

distance from station plat

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Regulating of Ohio, That it shall be the duty of all railroad companies, and of all persons operating a railroad in this state, on and form to top of after October 18t, after the passage of this act, to so regulate passenger cars. the rise from the station floor or platform to the top of the lowest step on passenger cars that it shall not be necessary to rise more than twelve inches in one step. Where the rise in

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one step now exceeds twelve inches, the relation between said car step and the station platform or floor must be changed not to exceed twelve inches or safe portable or stationary

steps provided that will make said rise within the required Penalty. limit. Any railroad failing to comply with the provisions of

this act shall pay a penalty not less than $50 nor more than $500 for each and every violation; and it is hereby made the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in which the violation occurs, to immediately commence suit

against the railroad violating the same, upon the written Penalty in case complaint of any citizen; and in case personal injury results of personal injury.

from the violation of this act, in addition to the liability for damages, the party in charge of the operation and management of the road shall be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be fined not less than fitty dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its paseage.

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

President of the Senate.
Passed April 16, 1892.

282G

[House Bill No. 525.]

AN ACT

nature.

To provide for furnishing county clerks with copies of engrossed bills,

when passed, enactivg laws of a penal nature. Trausmission SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State copies of laws of Ohio, That when a bill is passed enacting a law of a penal of a penal nature the secretary of state shall, within ten days after it is

passed, forward to each county clerk in the state a certified copy of the engrossed bul.

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 16, 1892.

283G

[House Bill No. 553.]

AN ACT

Street railways:

To amend section 3440 of the Revised Statutes, as amended April 11, A.

D. 1890 (vol. 87, page 178):
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the S'ate
of Ohio, That section 3440 of the Revised Statutes, as amended
April 11, A. D. 1890, be amended so as to read as follows:

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