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GENERAL AND LOCAL LAWS
PASSED BY THE
FIFTY-EIGHTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE OF OHIO,
AT ITS FIRST SESSION
BEGUN AND HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, JANUARY 6, 1868,
IN THE SIXTY-SIXTH YEAR OF SAID STATE.
VOLUME LXV. .
Supplementary to an act to fix the salaries of certain state officers, and
to repeal a certain act therein named," passed January 24th, 1867.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Salary of State of Ohio, That the salary of the lieutenant-governor lieutenantshall be paid in equal installments at the state treasury, on governor. the first Monday of February, March, April and May of each year-anything in any law to the contrary notwithstanding. SEC. 2. This act shall take effect on its passage.
JOHN F. FOLLETT,
President of the Senate.
Supplementary to an act entitled “ an act supplementary to an act pass
ed March 14, 1853, entitled an act to provide for the reorganization of common schools,” passed April 9th, 1867.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Organization State of Ohio, That the board of education, elected under the pro- of board. visions of the act to which this is supplementary, shall, before entering upon the duties of their office, organize, by electing from their own number a chairman, a clerk or recorder, and a treasurer, for such separate district; and the person so elected treasurer, shall, before entering upon the discharge Treasurer's of the duties of his office, execute a bond, payable to the bond. state of Ohio, for an amount at least double the estimated amount of money that will be in his hands at any time, with two or more sureties, being freeholders in the county, to be approved by the chairman and clerk, and deposited with the clerk; and it shall be the duty of the clerk of such separate school district to immediately file with the county auditor a Copy to be certified copy of such bond, from and after which the county filed with auditor shall recognize and treat said district as a separate county au
ditor. school district.
Board of separate school district.
SEC. 2. That the board of education of every such separate school district heretofore organized under the provisions of the act to which this is supplementary, in all cases where the same has not been done, shall immediately proceed to elect from their own number, a chairman, clerk or recorder, and treasurer, as herein provided; and the treasurer of every such board of education, if he has not already given a bond as herein provided, shall at once execute the same, and the clerk shall certify and file a copy thereof with the county auditor as aforesaid; and the county auditor shall not hereafter recognize any such separate school district as legally organized until a copy of such bond is duly deposited.
SEC. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
JOHN F. FOLLETT, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
J. C. LEE,
President of the Senate. Passed January 30, 1868.
State Arsenal. Central Lunatic Asylum.
Northern Lunatic Asylum.
Making partial appropriations for the year 1868. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated from any money in the treasury belonging to the general revenue, for the purposes hereinafter named, the following sums :
To pay laborers at the State Arsenal, one thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers of the Central Ohio Lunatic Asylum, three hundred nine dollars and thirteen cents; for chaplain and library, twenty-five dollars; and for current expenses of said institution, ten thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers of the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, three hundred and seventy-four dollars and eightynine cents; and for current expenses of same institution, ten thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers of the Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, five hundred four dollars and eighty-four cents; and for current expenses of said institution, ten thousand dollars.
For the current expenses of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, five thousand dollars; for printing and binding department of said asylum, one thousand dollars; for continuing the work on said deaf and dumb asylum, forty thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers of the Blind Asylum, thirteen hundred two dollars and eighty-six cents; and for current expenses of said asylum, five thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers of the Asylum for Idiots, seven hundred sixty-four dollars and sixty-eight cents; and for current expenses of said asylum, five thousand dollars.
Southern Lunatic Asylum.
Deaf and Dumb Asylum.
For the contingent expenses of the governor, one thou. Governor's sand five hundred dollars.
contingent. For the contingent expenses of the different offices and State officers' departments of the state government (excepting the execu- contingent. tive) to be audited by the auditor of state, two thousand dollars.
For the per diem and mileage of the members of the gen- General aseral assembly, and the per diem of their clerks and other sembly. officers, under laws and resolutions of the Senate and House of Representatives respectively, fifty thousand dollars; for the contingent expenses of the general assembly, to be paid Contingent upon vouchers approved by the president of the senate and expenses. speaker of the house respectively, one thousand dollars; and for the expenses of the standing and special committees of both branches of the general assembly, to be paid upon the certificate of the chairmon thereof, fifteen hundred dollars.
For books, magazines and papers for the State Library, State Librafive hundred dollars.
ту. For the night-watch of the Treasury and State House, one Night-watch: hundred twenty-three dollars and thirty cents.
For payments of the guards at the Ohio Penitentiary, ten Ohio Penithousand dollars ; for enlargement and repairs, and to re- tentiary. pair damages by fire at the penitentiary, nine thousand five hundred dollars; and to pay the costs of prosecution and transportation of convicts to the Ohio Penitentiary, fifteen thousand dollars.
For the current expenses of the State Reform School, Reform thirty-five hundred dollars; and for the salaries of officers School. of said school, fifteen hundred dollars.
For the salaries of certain state officers and clerks, as fol. Salaries of lows: For the governor, lieutenant-governor, auditor of state officers. state, treasurer of state, secretary of state, attorney-general, comptroller of the treasury, commissioner of common schools, commissioner of statistics, state librarian, private secretary of the governor, superintendent of the state house, supervisor of public printing, clerk of the supreme court, and law librarian, ten thousand dollars.
Auditor's For clerks in auditor's office, two thousand dollars.
clerks. For clerks in treasurer's office, one thousand dollars. Treasurer's.
For clerks in secretary of state's office, seven hundred and Secretary's. seventy-six dollars and fifty-six cents. For clerks in the comptroller's office, one thousand dol- Comptroll
er's. lars. For clerk in school commissioner's office, two hundred and School com
missioner's fifty dollars.
clerk. For clerks in the adjutant-general's office, twenty-five hun- Adjutantdred dollars; and for clerk and expenses of the board of general's commissioners of military claims, three hundred dollars.
clerks.. For stationery, including printing-paper and other articles Stationery. necessary for the use of the general assembly and public offices, eighteen thousand dollars.
For gas consumed in the state house, one thousand dol. Gas. lars.
For engineer, laborers, and other expenses of the heating Heating apparatus of the state house, three hundred dollars; and for state house.