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Sec. 50. That in all cases where the returns from differn time, duty ent counties, composing congressional districts, shall not have Secretary of been made, or may not be made within the time required by

law, or after the certificate of election shall have been forwarded to the person having without those returns, the highest number of votes, the Secretary of State, in the presence of the Governor, or, in his absence, in the presence of the Auditor and Treasurer of State, when said returns shall be made, shall open the same, and the Governor shall certify the same to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United

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SEC. 51. That the sheriffs of the different counties shall each receive for their services, performed under this act, the following fees, to wit: For advertising the election, the sum of fifty cents for each township within his county; for delivering the abstracts of votes to the Secretary of State, at his office, the sum of three dollars for every twenty-five miles traveled to and from their respective seats of justice, on the nearest usual route to the seat of government; which fees shall be allowed by the Auditor, on the certificate of the Secretary of State, and paid by the Treasurer of State.

Sec. 52. That every such clerk of the court, or probate judge, (as the case may be,) shall receive for his services performed under this act, the following fees, to wit: For making out abstracts, for every hundred words, ten cents; for each certificate with the seal of the court attached to abstract, fifty cents; which fees shall be allowed by the county auditor, on the certificate of such clerk or probate judge, (as the case may be,) and paid by the county treasurer. Sec. 53. That it shall be lawful for the judges of any

elec In, &c. tion which may be held under this act, when, in the opinion of

said judges, it is impracticable to count out and certify all the votes which have been given, on the first day, to place the box, containing the ballots, well secured by a lock, and carefully sealed up, under the charge of one of said judges, and to postpone further counting thereof until the next day, when the counting shall be resumed and continued until completed, when the same shall be certified in the manner provided for in this

act. Es repealed. Sec. 54. That the act to regulate elections,” passed the

eighteenth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, and the act amendatory of the act entitled "an act to regulate elections,” passed on the thirteenth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and "an act prescribing the manner of contesting the elections for Governor," passed December twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and seven, be and the same are hereby repealed; Provided,

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that said repeal shall not in any way or manner affect any
right which may have accrued under any of said acts.

JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JOEL W. WILSON,

President of the Senate, pro tem. May 3, 1852.

AN ACT

Making appropriations in part for the year 1852.

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Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Sums appropr of Ohio, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury, to be paid for the year 1852, viz:

For the payment of the members of the General Assembly, For General A: their Clerks, Sergeants-at-Arms, Door-keepers, and Messengers, the sum of twenty thousand dollars.

For the payment of such Printing as shall be ordered by Printing. either House of the General Assembly, seven thousand dol. lars.

For the payment of deficit in the appropriation of last year, Deficit of Print on account of Printing, thirteen thousand two hundred forty dollars and fifteen cents. For the payment of deficit in the contingent fund of the Auditor's con

tingent fund, Auditor of State, one thousand six hundred seventeen dollars and sixty-one cents.

For the contingent fund of the Auditor of State, five hundred dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the Secretary of State, one Secretary's cor thousand dollars.

tingent fund, For the payment of deficit in the contingent fund of the said Secretary of State, eighty-six dollars and forty-five cents.

For Stationery for the State, to be furnished in accordance Stationery. with the contract made, and to pay deficit on last year's appropriation, twelve thousand dollars.

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efunding tax. For the payment of taxes erroneously or illegally charged

and refunded, four thousand dollars. ileage of trea

For mileage of County Treasurers, one thousand five hun. dred dollars.

For prosecuting the work on the new State House, fifteen thousand dollars, out of which shall be paid the Warden of the Penitentiary the amount due that Institution the first day of January, 1852, under the provisions of the resolution passed

March 3d, 1850. osts and trans. For the payment of the costs of prosecuting and transportortation

ing convicts to the Penitentiary, fifteen thousand dollars. onvicts.

JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

W. MEDILL,

President of the Senate. January 19, 1852.

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To make a temporary appropriation for the New State House, for the Ohio

Lunatic, the Deaf and Dumb, and the Asylum for the Blind, and for repairing and furnishing rooms for the General Assembly,

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the further sum of fifteen thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated out of any unappropriated moneys in the treasury, for the purpose of paying for materials and hands employed upon the State buildings. Also the further sum of five hundred dollars, to pay expenses incurred in furniture and repairing rooms for the sittings of this General Assembly. Also, for the current expenses of the Ohio Lunatic Asylum, in part for the quarter ending on the first day of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the sum of five thousand dollars; for the current expenses of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, for the quarter ending April first, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the sum of four thousand dollars; for the current expenses of the Asylum for the Blind,

for the quarter ending April first, one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-two, the sum of two thousand dollars.

JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
WILLIAM MEDILL,

President of the Senate.
March 16, 1852.

AN ACT

Making Appropriations for the year 1852.

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bly.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Sums approps of Ohio, That the following sums be, and they are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise specially appropriated, to be paid for the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, viz:

For the payment of the Members of the General Assembly, General Asser their Clerks and Assistant Clerks, Sergeant at arms, Doorkeepers and Messenger boys, the additional sum of seventy thousand dollars. For the payment of the salaries of the Governor, Lieutenant state officers,

&c: Governor, Auditor, Treasurer and Secretary of State, the Attorney General, members of the Board of Public Works, Librarian, and the Warden, Physician and Directors of the Ohio Penitentiary, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars.

For paying the Secretary of the Governor, Clerks in the Clerks in sta Auditor's office, two Clerks in the Treasurer's office, and Clerk in the Secretary of State's office, including the additional compensation allowed by the appropriation act of one thousand eight hundred and fifty, which sum shall hereafter be allowed to said clerks annually, twelve thousand dollars.

For contingent fund of the Governor, four thousand dol- Governor's lars.

contingent For contingent fund of the Auditor of State, three thousand Auditor's Con dollars.

tigent fund. For contingent fund of the Secretary of State, one thousand Secetary's Co two hundred dollars.

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Officers of Luna. tic Asylum.

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Officers of Deaf

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Officers of Blind
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Judges.

For payment of the salar'es of the Judges of the Supreme Court, Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, Judges of the Superior and Commercial Court of Cincinnati, the Superior Court of Cleveland, Judge of the Criminal Court of Hamilton county, and Reporter of the Supreme Court, fifty-six thousand dollars.

For salaries of the Superintendent, Physician, Steward and Matron of the Lunatic Asylum, three thousand two hundred dollars.

For provisions, household expenses, clothing, servants, fuel, stationery, labor, medicines, and contingent expenses, for the Lunatic Asylum, the sum of twenty-two thousand dollars.

For salaries of the Superintendent and Steward of the Asy. aurd.Dumb Asy- lum for the Deaf and Dumb, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of the Trustees, Matron and assistants of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For provisions, household expenses, clothing, fuel, labor, servants, and contingent expenses, of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salaries of the Superintendent and Steward of the Asylum for the Blind, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of the Teachers, Matron, Assistants and Artisans of the Asylum for the Blind, three thousand five hundred

dollars. Blind Asylum. For clothing, provisions, furniture, labor, servants, stationery, materials

for workshop, contingencies, for Asylum for the Blind, three thousand five hundred dollars. State Library. For State Library, one thousand dollars. Stationery. For Stationery for the state, the additional sum of fifteen

thousand dollars. Printing. For printing the bills, reports, journals, documents, and

other matter ordered by the Senate and House of Representatives, including Binding and Covering, the additional sum of

twenty thousand dollars. Printing and For Printing, Covering and Binding the Laws and Ohio ReBinding.

ports, four thousand dollars. Distributing

For Distribution of the laws, journals and documents, the laws, &c.

sum of one thousand dollars. Adjutant Gene. For compensation and expenses of the Adjutant General, the

sum of three hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of

the Governor. Quartermaster For compensation and expenses of the Quartermaster Gen

eral, the sum of three hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the Governor.

For taking care of the Public Arms, under the direction of public arms.

the Quartermaster General, to be paid upon the certificate of the Governor, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.

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