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THE STATE OF OHIO.

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GENERAL AND LOCAL LAWS

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JOINT RESOLUTIONS,

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SIXTIETII GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

AT THE REGCLAR SESSION,

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GENERAL LAWS.

AN ACT To change the time fixed for holding the courts of common pleas for the year 1872, in the third sub-division of the third judicial district.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the time for holding the courts of common pleas in the third sub-division of the third judicial district for the year 1872, as fixed by a majority of the judges of said district, be and the same are hereby changed, and that said courts shall be held in said year in said counties, so as to commence as follows: In the county of Defiance, on the twenty-second Defiance day of January, the sixth day of May, and the thirtieth day county. of September; in the county of Paulding, on the thirtieth Paulding. day of January, the eleventh day of June, and the twentyfourth day of September; in the county of Henry, on the Henry. fifth day of February, the thirteenth day of May, and the sixteenth day of September; in the county of Fulton, on the Fulton. thirteenth day of February, the twenty-first day of May, and fifteenth day of October ; aud in the county of Williams, Williams. on the twenty-seventh day of February, the twenty-eighth day of May, and twenty-ninth day of October: Provided, Proviso. that nothing herein contained shall be construed to change or interfere with the times fixed by said judges for holding courts in the remaining counties of said district.

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

N. H. VAN VORHES,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JACOB MUELLER,

President of the Senate. Passed January 5th, 1872.

AN ACT

To amend section seventy-three of an act entitled an act

to establish a code of criminal procedure for the State of Ohio, passed May 6th, 1869.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section seventy-three of said act be so amended as to read as follows, to wit:

Section 73. The prosecuting attorney, or the assistant pros. Prosecuting ecuting attorney, shall be allowed at all times to appear be- attorney may fore the grand jury, for the purpose of giving information have access relative to any matter cognizable by them, or giving them jury.

advice upon any legal matter they may require, and he may interrogate witnesses before them, when they, or he, shall deem it necessary; but no other person shall be permitted to remain in the room with said jury, while they are expressing their views, or giving their votes on any matter before them.

SEC. 2. That said section seventy-three of the above recited act be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

N. II. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JACOB MUELLER,

President of the Senate. Passed February 1, 1872.

AN ACT

Making partial appropriations for the year 1872. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That there be aud is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund, and not otherwise appropriated, the following sums, to-wit:

ARSENAL.

Arsenal.

To pay for labor, tools, fuel and materials at the state arsenal, including the care and transportation of arins within the state, to be expender under direction of the adjutant general, or the person who by law has charge of the same, four hundred and forty-two dollars and sixty-two cents.

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS.

CENTRAL ONIO LUNATIC ASYLUM.

Central lunatic Asylun.

To pay the salaries of the superintendent and matron for one year, ending February 15, 1872, sixteen hundred dollars; and on account of salaries for the same officers for the remainder of the fiscal year 1872, four hundred dollars.

For provisions and necessary current expenses for one year, ending February 15, 1872, fitteen hundred dollars; and on account of the remainder of the fiscal year 1872, five hun. (red dollars.

NORTIIERX OIIIO LUNATIC ASYLUM.

Northern lunatic asylum.

l'or provisions and necessary current expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For salaries of officers authorized by law, nine hundred and fifty dollars.

For completing new additions, three thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For beating apparatus, in addition to former appropriations, seven thousand three hundred and ninety-seven dollars.

For furnishing new additions, in addition to former appropriations, two thousand six hundred and fifty-one dollars.

For building kitchen, laundry, engine and boiler-house, in addition to former appropriations, three thousand four hundred and forty-six dollars.

For furnishing kitchen and laundry, and plumbing and gas fitting for the same, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For necessary repair of five old wards, six thousand five hundred and fifty-two dollars.

SOUTHERN CHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM.

For provisions and necessary current expenses, twenty-five Southern thousand dollars.

lunatic asy For salaries of officers authorized by law, nine hundred and lum. fifty dollars.

ATHENS LUXATIC ASYLUM.

To continue the work on the lunatic asylum at Athens, to Athens lunabe expended in accordance with laws now in force on that tic asylum. subject, twenty-five thousand dollars; and to continue work on grading and for sewers, three thousand dollars.

LONG VIEW LUNATIC ASYLUM. For deficiency on account of the care of the colored insane, Longview two thousand dollars; and on account of the same for the year asylum. 1872, two thousand dollars.

DEAF AND DUUB ASYLUM.

dumb asy

For provisions and necessary current expenses, tilteen thou

Deaf and sand dollars.

For salaries of officers and teachers authorized by law, four lum. thousand four hundred dollars.

For the printing department of said asylum, six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

Blind asylum,

For provisions and necessary current expenses, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of officers and teachers authorized by law, two thousand two hundred and fifty-dollars.

ASYLUM FOR IMBECILE YOUTII.

For provisions and necessary current expenses, fourteen Idiotic asythousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of officers and teachers authorized by law, for deficiency to February 15, 1872, seven hundred and ninety

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