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inter-state or national associations of state institutions, shall
be paid out of the appropriations made for current expenses
of said institutions; and no money herein appropriated shali
be drawn except on a requisition on the auditor of state,
approved by the head of each department or the trustees of
the institution, which shall set forth in itemized form the
service rendered, or material furnished or expenses in-.
curred, and the date of purchase and the time of service,
and it shall be the duty of the auditor of state to see that
these provisions are complied with. No bills for extra
clerk hire in favor of any clerk or clerks, while drawing
salaries from the state, shall be allowed from any moneys.
herein appropriated. In case any item appropriated herein,
shall, for any reason, be declared invalid, such invalidity
shall in no wise' affect the validity of any other item or
items, nor shall the abrogation or repeal of any section or
clause of this act be held to abrogate or repeal any other
section or clause thereof; and this act shall take effect on
its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate..
Passed May 12, 1902

404G

(Senate Bill No. 342.]

AN ACT

ment;

COM

To amend section 1515-276 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, as

amended May 2d, 1902. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That section 1545-276 of the Revised Akron and Statutes of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows: Youngstown

Sec. 1545-276. The fire force of said city shall receive Fire departas remuneration the following salaries: Fire engineer a

pensation of salary of not less than fifteen hundred dollars ($1.500) per members. annum; assistant engineer, a salary not less than three hundred ($300) dollars per annum; captains, a salary of not less than ten hundred and eighty ($1.080) dollars per annum; lieutenants, a salary of not less than nine hundred! and seventy-two ($972). dollars per annum; mechanical engineer, a salary of not less than fifteen hundred ($1.500 ) dollars per annum; engineers, a salary of not less than ten hundred and sixty-eight ($1,068) dollars per annum: assistant engineers, a salary of not less than nine hundred and sixty ($960) dollars per annum; firemen, a salary of not less than nine hundred ($900) dollars per annum; linemen, a salary of not less than nine hundred and seventytwo ($972) dollars per annum; cadets, first grade, a salary of not less than seven hundred and eighty ($780) dora lars per annum; cadets, second grade, a salary of not less

Management and control thereof.

Apparatus,

than seven hundred and twenty ($720) dollars per annum; cadets, third grade, a salary of not less than six hundred and sixty ($660) dollars per annum; cadets, fourth grade, a salary of not less than six hundred ($600) dollars per annum. The pay in all cases, except as otherwise provided for shall be fixed by the city council, and the salaries shall be paid semi-monthly to the persons entitled thereto. The officers, employes and property connected therewith, signals and fire alarms and the inspection of buildings, boilers, elevators, fire escapes and all matters relating to the fire services, shall be under the management, control and administration of the board of city commissioners and all officers and members of the fire force shall be appointed by the board of city commissioners, under such rules and requirements as to physical and other fitness as the board may adopt, and shall, after such appointment, hold their office during good behavior, subject to suspension or removal at the pleasure of the board, for cause entered upon the record. Subject to the provisions of this act in reference to contracts, the board of city commissioners shall purchase all necessary fire engines, either steam or hand, hose, carriages and all other such apparatus and instruments as shall be deemed necessary for the extinguishing of fires, and establish lines of fire alarms, telegraphs within the limits of the corporation, and fix fire limits, and shall cause to be erected all necessary and suitable buildings for containing fire engines, hose carriages and fire apparatus.

SECTION 2. That said amended section 1545-276 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be and the same is repealed.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after September 1, 1902.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

Repeals.

405G

[House Bill No. 871.)

AN ACT
To appropriate the sum of nine thousand dollars ($9,000.00) for

expenses in the maintenance of ship, steam launches and small
boats of the Ohio naval brigade.

WHEREAS, The U. S. government loaned the U. S. S. "Hawk" and certain steam launches and small boats to the state of Ohio, on condition that they be maintained and kept in repair without expense to the l'. S. government; and.

Preamble:

WHEREAS, The said U. S. S. "Hawk," steam launches and small boats were accepted by the state of Ohio on this condition; therefore, Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That there be and is hereby appropriated Appropriation out of any moneys in the state treasury to the credit of the in maintegeneral revenue fund not otherwise appropriated, the sum

nance of ship,

steam launches of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for the expense and main- and small tenance of the U. S. S. “Hawk," loaned by the United States naval brigade. government to the state of Ohio, said sum to be paid during the years 1902 and 1903, in quarterly installments; and there is hereby appropriated the further sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000) for the use of the first and second battalions, naval brigade, Ohio national guard, for the expense and maintenance of such steam launches and small boats as have been or may be hereafter loaned by the United States government to the state of Ohio, said sum to be paid during the years 1902 and 1903, in quarterly installments, all of said amounts to be paid to and distributed by the chief commanding officer of the Ohio naval reserve, hereafter elected under the provisions of section 3056-8 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

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 of the Senate.
Passed May 12, 1902.

406G

[Senate Bill No. 290. ]

AN ACT

To provide for the payment of the expenses of the election con

test of David D. Taylor against J. Edward Hurst. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That there be appropriated out of the gen- Appropriation eral revenue fund of the state not already appropriated, for David D.

J. the sum of four hundred and two dollars and eighty-three Edward Hurst. cents for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the senatorial election contest of David D. Taylor against J. Edward Hurst, to be distributed as follows: To David D. Taylor, for actual costs and expenses. $166 36 TO J. Edward Hurst, for actual costs and experises. 236 47

$402 83 The auditor of state is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant on the state treasurer for the several amounts herein specified.

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 of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

407G

[Senate Bill No. 126.]

AN ACT

ness and

state benevo

To amend section 6924 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio

Be it enacted by the General Asseinbly of the State of Ohio: Offenses

SECTION 1. That section 6924 of the Revised Statutes against public of Ohio be amended to read as follows: health: Certain basi- Sec. 6924. Whoever carries on the business of slaughbuildings are

tering, or tallow chandlery, or manufacturing of glue, soap, nuisances starch, or other article, the manufacture of which is prowhen near

ductive of unwholesome or noxious odors, in any building lent or penal institutions.

or place within one mile of Longview asylum, or any of .the state benevolent or penal institutions, or erects or operates within one hundred and twenty rods, of any state benevolent institution, or within four hundred feet of the administration department of any state penal institution, any rolling mill, blast furnace, nail factory, copper smelting works, boiler factory, petroleum oil refinery, or any other works which may generate unwholesome or noxious odors, or make loud noises, or which may annoy, or endanger the healthi, or prevent the recovery, of the inmates of any such institution, shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars nor less than one hundred dollars, and each week such business is conducted, or works operated shall constitute a separate offense. All property, real or personal, which is used with the knowledge of the owner thereof in violation of this section, shall be liable for the fines and costs assessed for such violation, without exemp

tion. Repeals, etc. SECTION 2. That said original section 6924 be and the

same is hereby repealed, and 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 of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

408G

[House Bill No. 800.]

AN ACT

To provide for the publication and distribution of the reports of

the state geologist. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That whenever the state geologist shall Publication have completed a bulletin upon any of the subjects upon tion of reports which he is authorized to conduct investigation, he shall of state

geologist. notify the state printing commission of this fact, and it shall be the duty of this commission to determine the number of copies which shall be printed, and the grade of paper, the kind of binding and any other details incident to its proper publication.

SECTION 2. It shall be the duty of said commission to provide for the publication of said bulletin as soon as possible after the completion of same. The issue shall consist of a minimum number of three thousand copies. Of these, ten hundred copies, after deducting one hundred for the state library, shall be distributed pro rata among the general assembly. One thousand shall be distributed free by the state geologist in exchange with other surveys, and with individuals whose services have been used in the collection or preparation of the matter for the bulletins. Of this number not more than four hundred (400) may be distributed during the first year after publication, and not more than fifty (50) in any subsequent year.

One thousand copies shall be set aside for binding with other bulletins from time to time. When a sufficient number of such bulletins have accumulated to make collectively a volume of from eight hundred to one thousand pages, they shall be bound, lettered, and numbered to take their place in the series of volumes already published by the survey.

The distribution of the bound volumes of the survey shall be in the hands of the state geologist ; but the state library shall receive one hundred copies, each member of the general assembly one copy, with privilege to draw not to exceed two other copies on application, and public libraries in the state shall be supplied with one copy each. The volumes remaining after these demands have been met may be distributed among the geological surveys and geological societies of the United States and of foreign countries, in exchange for their publications,

SECTION 3. The board may at its discretion order the publication of extra copies of bulletins in addition to the three thousand (3.000) already provided for. These extra copies shall be placed in the hands of the state geologist. From these members of the general assembly may, on application, draw up to fifty (50) copies each. Those remaining shall be placed on sale at a price equal to the net

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