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judge of the court sentencing such youth may order their discharge whenever he is satisfied by a re-examination of the facts connected with the arrest, conviction, and detention of the person confined, due notice of the time and place of such rehearing having first been given by the court to the superintendent of the boys' industrial school, that the future welfare of such youth and the interest of society will not be endangered thereby.

Sec. 753. Male youth, not over sixteen nor under ten years of Admission age, may be committed to the boys’ industrial school by any judge of youths to of a police court, judge of the common pleas court or probate school. court, on conviction of any offense against the laws of the state. Sec. 754. Any such youth convicted of any crime or offense,

Admission the punishment of which is, in whole or in part, confinement in of convicts the jail or penitentiary, may, at the discretion of the court giving to school. sentenee, in lieu of being sent to the jail or penitentiary, be committed to the boys’ industrial school.

Sec. 756. No such youth shall be received into the boys' in- Cause of dustrial school unless the cause of commitment is set forth in the commitpapers presented with such youth, and the trustees shall also re- ment, etc., quire that the age of such youth and such other information as set forth in they may deem important, shall likewise be furnished.

papers Sec. 758. Any fugitive from the boys’ industrial school may, Arrest and on the order of the superintendent, or other officer of the institu- return of tion, be arrested and returned to the school, or to any officer or fugitives. agent thereof, by any sheriff, constable or police officer, or other person, and may also be arrested and returned by any officer or agent of the school. Sec. 759. The costs in any case, and the expenses incurred in

Payment of the transportation of a youth to the boys' industrial school, shall costs and exbe paid by the county from which he is committed, to the officer penses of delivering him, upon the presentation of his sworn statement of transportaaccount, and the certificate thereto of the proper officer of the in- tion. stitution ; if, however, such youth has been convicted of a crime, the punishment of which is confinement in the penitentiary, the costs in the case and the expenses of his transportation shall, on like statement and certificate, be paid out of the State treasury. An officer charged with the execution of the commitment of a youth, shall retain in his custody the person so ordered to be committed, until he is notified by the officers of the boys' industrial school that there is room for him.

Sec. 760. The inmates of the boys' industrial school shall Education receive such education, and shall be instructed in such branches of inmates. of industry, agricultural or mechanical, or otherwise as the board, from time to time, determines, the reformation of such inmates, and preparation for usefulness being kept in view in the administration of the institution; and for this purpose the board may introduce and carry on any branches of industry that are thought to be conducive to these ends.

Sec. 761. The governor may, upon the written application of Power of the superintendent of the boys' industrial school, or when it other governor as wise is made to appear to him that it is expedient, cause any to juvenile juvenile offender, confined in the penitentiary, or in any house of oftendere. refuge, to be transferred to the boys industrial school, the expense of sueh removal to be paid by the State; and, any person so

removed from the penitentiary, or sentenced to the penitentiary, shall, while at the boys'industrial school, be governed by the same rules and regulations, relative to deportment and discharge, as other persons committed to such institutions; and the governor may, for satisfactory reasons, remand to the penitentiary, offenders so transferred to the boys' industrial school, to serve out

whatever there remains of the period covered by the sentence. School made Sec. 761. The boys' industrial school, with the lands thereto special road attached, is declared to be a special road district, and the superdistrict.

intendent is vested with all the powers of a supervisor of roads for such districts; he is authorized to alter the public roads on such lands in such manner as is found to be necessary for the general plan and outline of the same; but no alteration shall be made by which existing roads shall be greatly lengthened, or their grade materially increased, or their general use to the public materially impaired; all such alterations must be approved by the commissioners of the county of Fairfield before they can be made..

SECTION 2. That sections 628, 629; 634 and 635 as amended April 14, 1880, (77 v. 203), 752 as amended February 18, 1885, (82 v. 64), 753 as amended April 18, 1881, (78 v. 167), 754, 756, 753, 759, 760, 761 as amended April 19, 1881, (78 v. 220), and

764 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio are repealed. Term of

SECTION 3. Nothing in this act shall be so construed as to vatrustees

cate the term of any such trustee now in office. now in office SECTION 4. This act shall take effect on its passage.

DANIEL J. RYAN, Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

ROB'T P. KENNEDY,

President of the Senate. Passed February 23, 1886.

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Repeal of an act relating to fair grounds.

(House Bill No. 180.]

AN ACT
To repeal an act entitled “ an act relating to agricultural fair grounds,"

passed January 31, 1881, (Ohio Laws, vol. 78, page 20.) SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the act entitled “ an act relating to agricultural fair grounds," passed January 31, 1881, (Ohio Laws, vol. 78, page 20), be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

DANIEL J. RYAN, Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

ROB'T P. KENNEDY,

President of the Senate. Passed February 23, 1886.

[House Bill No. 107.]

AN ACT

To amend sections 4814, 4815 and 4817 of the Revised Stalutes.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That sections 4814, 4815 and 4817 of the Revised Statutes) be so amended as to read as follows:

Sec. 4814. When the right of any free turnpike road com- Unpaid inpany to levy special taxes to pay the orders, bonds or other debtedness indebtedness issued by it has ceased, leaving outstanding orders, of free turnbonds or other indebtedness unpaid, and their payment unpro

pike road vided for, the commissioners of such road

company. shall immedi.

company ately make out and deliver to the auditor of the county in which such road or any part thereof is situated, a complete and perfect list of all such indeb:edness for the payment of which they have no funds or means of payment, with a description in detail of such indebtedness as to date, amount, 'rate of interest, if any, and when payable; which list shall be verified by said commissioners, and the county auditor shall lay the same before the county commissioners at their next regular session thereafter.

Sec. 4815. At any regular session of the county commission- Taxation to ers, at which such list is laid before them, they shall immediately pay same. proceed to ascertain the aggregate amount of such indebt« dness, ineluding interest in case it diaw interest, and adding thereto an amount sufficient to pay the expense of assessment and collection, and to cause the same to be assessed upon the same lands and lots as were subject to taxation for the construction of the road, or to pay for the same at the time when the right to tax such lands and lots ceased, according to their true value in money as shown by their valuation contained in the county duplicate.

Sec. 4817. Immediately after the annual settlement of the Payment of county treasurer with the county auditor of any year next after such indebtthat in which any assessment has been made, as provided in the edness. two preceding sections, the county auditor shall proceed to ascertain the net amount of money collected on account of the indebtedness of such free turnpike road company, and if the amount so collected is sufficient to pay the whole of such indebtedness, he shall proceed to pay all indebtedness of such road company on presentation by his warrants drawn on the county treasurer, payable out of the proper fund, and shall cancel the evidences of such indebtedness and keep them on file in his office; but if the net amount so collected shall be insufficient to pay the indebtedness in full, or the amount of indebtedness has been ordered to be collected in annual installments, the county auditor shall divide the net amount so collected pro rata among the holders of the indebtedness, taking up and canceling the original evidence of indebtedness and issuing new vouchers for the balance unpaid

SECTION 2. That sections 4814, 4815 and 4817 of the Revised Statutes are hereby repealed.

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

DANIEL J. RYAN,
Speaker pro tem. of the Hinuse of Representatives.

ROBT P. KENNEDY,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 23, 1886.

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[House Bill No. 20.]

AN ACT
To amend section 2 of an act passed April 29, 1885, (82 r. 163), entitled

an act to prevent fraud in canning fruits and vegetables.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of
Ohio, That section 2 of the act of April 29, 1885, (82 v. 163), be
so amended as to read as follons:

SEC, 2. That all soaked goods, or goods put up from products

dried before canning, shall be plainly marked by an adhesive d label, having on its face the word “goaked," in letters not less

than one-half inch high, and three-eighths inch wide, of solid and sses. legible type; and all cans, jugs or other packages, containing

maple syrup or molasses, shall be plainly marked by an adhesive
label, having on its face the name and adılress of the person,
firm, or corporation who made or prepared the same, together with
the name and quality of the goods, in letters of the size pro-
vided in this section.

SECTION 2. Section 2 of said act be and the same is hereby
repealed.

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

DANIEL J. RYAN,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

ROB'T P. KENNEDY,

President of the Senate.
Passed February 23, 1886.

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[House Bill No. 67.]

AN ACT
To authorize the election of one aditional judge in the first sub-

division of the ninth judicial district.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of
Ohio, Tnat there shall be elected in the first sub-division of the
ninth judicial district of Ohio, composed of the countits of
Columbiana, Carroll and Stark, by the electors thereof, under
and in pursuance of the general election laws of the State of
Ohio, governing the election of judges of the court of common
pleas, at the township election, on the first Monday of April,
A. D. 1886, one judge of the court of common pleas in addition
to the two judges heretofore provided for by law for said sub-
division of said ninth judicial district. Said additional judge
shall be elected for the term of five years; his term of office shall

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begin on the third Monday of April, A. D. 1886, and he shall Term, powhave all the powers and be subject to all the obligations, and shall ers, duties perform all the duties pertaiving to said office of judge of the and compencommon pleas court. He shall receive the same compensation as other common pleas judges, and vacancies, if any occur in his office, shall be filled as now provided by law in such cases, and his successor shall be elected at the next annual general election, which shall be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, next preceding the expiration of his term of office.

SECTION 2. At said election on the first Monday of April, Ballots and A. D. 1886, for additional judge, a separate ballot shall be voted poll-books of by each elector, and they shall be deposited in a separate ballot- election. box by the judges of said election, at each election precinct therein, and separate poll-books and tally sheets shall be kept for said election of such additional judge. One of each of said pollbooks and tally sheets shall be returned to the clerk of the court of common pleas of the county in which said several precincts are situated, and said clerks of the courts of common pleas in said counties shall make and transmit abstracts as in other cases of the election of judges of the court of common pleas.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and

after its passage.

DANIEL J. RYAN,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.

ROBT P. KENNEDY,

President of the Senate. Passed February 23, 1886.

[Senate Bill No. 40.]

AN ACT
Amendatory of and supplementary to section 2933 of the R-vised

Statutes of Ohio, creating a baril of elections in cities of the first
class and of the first grade of the second class, and defining iis duties.

SECTION 1. Be it eracted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section 93 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, as amended March 6, 1883, (80 v. 44), be so amended as to read as follows:

Sec. 2933. Judges of elections for each ward precinct of a Judges and municipal corporation, except in cities of the first class and of the clerks of first grade of the second class, shall be constituted and chosen as election in follows:

municipal First-If the ward is not divided into precincts, the two coun- cincts, excilmen of the ward, and the elector who was a member of a polit- cept in cities ical party to which one or both of the councilmen did not belong, of first class who received the highest number of votes for councilman of those and first voted for and not elected, at the preceding spring election, shall grade second

class. be judges; but if two or more of such electors not chosen received the same number of votes, the clerk of the corporation shall publicly determine by lot which shall be judge of election; judges of election so chosen shall serve as such for one year, and until

their

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