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of members of boards in Cin. cinnati and

in so far as it conflicts with this section, be and the same is hereby repealed.

SECTION 2. That section 2813a of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be supplemented by the following section with sec

tional numbering as follows: Compensation

Sec. 2813aa.

Each member of a decennial city board for the equalization of real property in any city of the

first or second grade of the first class, who served as such Cleveland.

member in the year 1900, or thereafter; or who served as a member of such board while sitting as a board of revision in the year 1901, or who has so served, or shall so serve, in the year 1902, agreeably to the provisions of section 2814a of the Revised Statutes shall be entitled to receive compensation for any such services, as a member of either board, for his period of service, and payment of such

compensation shall be ordered by the commissioners of Compensation the county in the manner hereinafter provided. Where any of stenographer. such board has heretofore employed a stenographer to aid

it or its members in their work of equalization or revision, or shall hereafter employ a stenographer for its work of revision, shall be entitled to receive, upon the warrant of the county auditor, such rate of reasonable compensation per day for services heretofore or hereafter rendered, as may be allowed by said board, sitting as a board of revision, and all other compensation above provided for shall be paid out of the county treasury upon the allowance of said board of a reasonable amount made in the manner designated in said section 2813a for the allowance of salaries, compensations and expenses therein provided for, upon the order of

the county commissioners and the warrant of the county From what fund auditor: Provided, that in any county having a city of the compensation paid in Cincin

first grade of the first class all such compensation including that of such stenographer when so allowed, shall be paid by the county treasurer out of any undistributed taxes in his hands, upon the warrant of the county auditor; and at the semi-annual settlement of the county auditor with the county treasurer for taxes collected, next following any such payment, the auditor shall credit the treasurer with the gross amount so paid by him, and shall deduct a like amount from the amount of taxes apportioned to the general fund of the county, and he shall certify and credit the balance thereof, after such deduction, to the county in the

manner required by sections 1043 and 1047 of the Revised Reimburse Statutes. For the reimbursement of said fund, the county fund; levy for.

commissioners shall, at their June session of the year 1902, levy a tax upon the taxable property of the county in addition to the amounts otherwise authorized, sufficient in amount for said purpose, and at the settlements of the tax collections for the year 1902, the county auditor shall apportion from the taxes collected on said levy, to the general county fund, the amount deducted as above provided, and any residue of tax, in excess of such apportionment, shall be transferred to the sinking fund in the manner prescribed by

nati.

ment of said

section 2007 of the Revised Statutes: Provided, further, Reimbursethat in any county having a city of the second grade of the ment af fund in first class, for the reimbursement for all such compensation, so allowed and paid, the county commissioners shall, at their June session of the year 1902, levy a tax upon the taxable property of the county in addition to the amounts otherwise authorized by law, sufficient in amount for said purpose, and at the settlements of the tax collections for the year 1902, the county auditor shall apportion from the taxes collected or. said levy to the general county fund the amount used as above provided for.

SECTION 3. That the provisions of sections 1365-1, 1365- Certain sections 2, 1365-3, 1341, 1345 and 1346 of the Revised Statutes shall tutes shall not

apply. not apply to the compensation provided for by this act, or provided for by section 28130, of the Revised Statutes, for the year 1900 and thereafter, and that the provisions of said Repeals. Section 2813a, which excepts the members of a decennial city board of equalization of cities of the first grade and second grade of the first class from receiving any compensation for the performance of their duties as such members or as members of the board of revision, be and the same is hereby repealed, and in any county having a city of any such Compensation grade and class the employment, heretofore, of any person legislative bin by its commissioners to prepare any legislative bill or bills relating to taxation or county finances shall be valid and binding upon such county for the amount agreed to be paid, not exceeding in the aggregate five hundred dollars for all such services in any such county.

SECTION 4. That this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

CARL L. NIPPERT,

President of the Senate.
Passed January 24, 1902.

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(Senate Bill No. 45.]

AN ACT
To supplement section 2729a of the Revised Statutes passed Jan-

uary 29, 1885.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That section 2729a of the Revised Statutes Sinking Fund: of Ohio as passed January 1885 (82 V. 9) be supplemented by section 2729a-i as follows:

Sec. 2729a-1. The trustees of the sinking fund in Trustees of, in cities of the first grade of the first class shall have power to thorized to ismake, issue and sell bonds of the kind and character de- sue bonds. scribed in section 2729a and 2729b, Revised Statutes

Purpose.

passed January 29th 1885 (82 V. 9) in the manner and subject to the conditions prescribed in said section, for the purpose of the payment, renewal or extension of all or any part of the existing bonded debt of the city, (exclusive of street improvement bonds of the city which from any reason they may be unable to pay at maturity.

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

W. S. McKINNON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed February 4, 1902.

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[House Bill No. 20.)

AN ACT

Agricultural corporations :

County agricultural society may donate land to municipality for certain purposes,

To authorize agricultural societies to dispose of real estate to be

used for the purpose of erecting and maintaining thereon an

engine and (or] hosehouse. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. When a county agricultural society has purchased real estate, as a site whereon to hold fairs, or where the title to the grounds is vested in fee simple, in the county, but the society has the control and management of the lands and buildings; and all or a part of said real estate is situated within the corporate limits of any city or village, such agricultural society may, with the consent and approval of the county commissioners, give to such city or village, by deed, a lot or strip of ground, not more than fifty feet in width by two hundred feet in length, to be held by such city or village, in fee simple, for the purpose of erecting and maintaining thereon a fire engine or hose house, to be used in connection with the fire department of such city or village. The lot, so donated, shall abut on a public street or highway and shall be located in such part of the fair grounds as the society may direct.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

W. S. MCKINNON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed February 4, 1902.

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(House Bill No. 43.)

AN ACT
To authorize the board of trustecs of the boys' industrial school

to sell power.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That the board of trustees of the boys' in- Boys' indir dustrial school be and the same is hereby authorized to sell Trustees of, by contract power, from the power plant in said institution. authorized to SECTION 2. That the proceeds of such contract of sale How proceeds

to be used may be used for the purposes of the institution, under section 763 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. SECTION 3

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

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

CARL L. NIPPERT,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 4, 1902.

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;
(House Bill No. 187.)

AN ACT
To supplement section 4009 of the Revised Statutes by enacting

supplemental section 4009–21.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That section 4009 of the Revised Statutes Schools and be supplemented by the enaction of supplemental section attendance en 4009-21 as follows:

Sec. 4009-21. That, whenever any township or joint Discontinu. township high school district shall have been formed agree-trict schools; ably to the provisions of an act passed April 25, 1898 and transfer of

pupils. found on page 281, 93 Ohio Laws, and the board of education have purchased a site and erected a school building or are now erecting such building and have made provision for schools agreeable to said act, the township board of education may and hereby are authorized to discontinue the subdistrict schools of such township or townships and make such provision for the conveyance of the pupils of such township or joint township high school district to the school or schools as aforesaid provided for them, and pay the expenses How expense of such conveyance of the pupils out of the contingent fund to be defrayed! of the township district in which such school is located, according to the provisions of section 3921 of the Revised Statutes.

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

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

CARL L. NIPPERT,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 7, 1902.

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(House Bill No. 262.)

AN ACT

Salaries of state officers:

Salaries of
state and other
officers.

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To amend section 1284 of the Revised Statutes of the state of Ohio.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section 1284 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 1284. (Salaries of state and other officers). Annual salaries shall be allowed as follows: To the governor, eight thousand dollars; private secretary to the governor, eight hundred dollars; executive clerk of the governor, fifteen hundred dollars; adjutant general, two thousand dollars; assistant adjutant general, fifteen hundred dollars; lieutenant governor, eight hundred dollars; judges of the supreme court and supreme court commission, six thousand dollars each; judges of the common pleas courts and of the superior courts, twenty-five hundred dollars each ; secretary of state, two thousand dollars; treasurer of state, three thousand dollars; auditor of state three thousand dollars; attorney general, fifteen hundred dollars; state librarian, fifteen hundred dollars; assistant state librarian, twelve hundred dollars; law librarian, fifteen hundred dollars; assistant law librarian, one thousand dollars; superintendent of the deaf and dumb asylum, twelve hundred dollars; steward of same, eight hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; assistant trons of same, each, three hundred dollars; physician of same, three hundred dollars; superintendent of blind asylun, twelve hundred dollars; steward of same, eight hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; superintendent of imbecile asylum, twelve hundred dollars ; matrons and teachers of same, each, four hundred dollars; superintendent of soldiers' and sailors' orphans' home, twelve hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; superintendents of asylums for the insane, each, twelve hundred dollars; assistant physicians of same, each, seven hundred dollars; stewards of same, each, eight hundred dollars; matrons of same, each, four hundred dollars; superintendent of boys' industrial school, twelve hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; superintendent of girl's industrial home, twelve hundred dollars; matron of same, four hundred dollars; clerk of supreme court, fifteen hundred dollars; and for service while acting as clerk of supreme court commission, five hundred dollars; chief deputy clerk of supreme court, thirteen hundred dollars; second deputy clerk of supreme court, eleven hundred dollars; commissioner of railroads and telegraphs, two thousand dollars ; superintendent of insurance, two thousand dollars; inspector of mines, two thousand dollars; commissioner of labor statistics, two thousand dollars; supervisor of public printing, eighteen hundred dollars; and state commissioner of common schools, two thousand dollars.

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