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May increase stock by preferred stock.

insolvency of the corporation no holder of preferred stock shall be liable for the debts of the corporation until after the remedy against the common stockholders upon their double liability, as provided by law, shall have been pursued and exhausted, and then only for such amount as remains unpaid; but such liability shall in no event exceed the liability fixed by law for the common stock of such corporation. In case of the insolvency or dissolution of the corporation, the holders of the preferred stock shall be entitled to receive from the assets remaining after paying its debts and liabilities, the full payment of the par value of the stock, before anything is paid to the common stock.

Sec. 3263. Upon the assent in writing of three-fourths in number of the stockholders of any corporation, representing at least three-fourths of its capital stock, the corporation may, to increase its capital stock, issue and dispose of preferred stock, as is authorized in section 32350; and upon any such increase of stock, a certificate shall be filed with the secretary of state, as is provided in the preceding section.

SECTION 2. That said original sections 3235 and 3263 are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

W. S. MCKINNOX. Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 12, 1902.

Repeals, etc.

428G

Appropriation for Jesse B. Rinehart.

[House Bill No. 475.]

AN ACT
For the relief of Jesse B. Rinehart, former sheriff of Morrow

county, Ohio.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That there be and is hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $415.97, or so much thereof as may be required to pay the claim of Jesse B. Rinehart as costs in the case of the state of Ohio vs. Andrew L. Gano, tried at the February term A. D., 1902, of the court of common pleas within and for Morrow county, Ohio, which shall be paid by the auditor of state on a properly approved itemized cost bill. The auditor of state is hereby directed to issue his warrant on the state treasury in favor of the said Jesse B. Rinehart, former sheriff of Morrow county, Ohio, in settlement of said claim.

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.

429G

[House Bill No. 1109.]

AN ACT
To interpret an act entitled “An act ceding to the United States

exclusive jurisdiction over certain lands acquired for public
purposes within this state, and authorizing the acquisition
thereof,” being House Bill No. 820, passed 6th day of May,

1902. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: SECTION 1. That the act entitled "An act ceding to Cession of

land to U. S. the United States exclusive jurisdiction over certain lands

government; acquired for public purposes within this state, and author- interpretation izing the acquisition thereof," passed the 6th day of May reference to. 1902, shall not be so construed as to have a retroactive operation, or to apply to any land or lands acquired by the United States for any of the purposes mentioned in section I of said act, prior to the date of passage thereof.

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.

430G

(House Bill No. 1059.1

AN ACT

To make appropriations for the last three-quarters of the fiscal year

ending November 15, 1903, and the first quarter of the fiscal

year ending February 15, 1904. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That the following sums, for the pur- General poses herein specified, are appropriated out of any moneys appropriations in the state treasury to the credit of the general revenue 1914 fund not otherwise appropriated, subject to draft on and after February 16, 1903, to-wit:

General appropriations for 1903 and 1904,

Adjutant General's Department.
Salary of adjutant general....
Salary of assistant adjutant general.
Salary of chief clerk..
Salaries of five clerks.:
Salary of superintendent of state arsenal.
Salary of stenographer....
Transportation of indigent soldiers...
Contingent expenses and inspections.

$2,000 00 1,500 00 1,400 00 6,000 00 1,400 00

720 00

250 00 3,000 00

State House and Grounds.
Salary of superintendent of laborers.
Salary of engineer...
Salaries of five firemen..
Salaries of ten regular laborers.
Salaries of two visitors' attendants..
Salary of janitor of flag room..
Salaries of two day policemen.
Salaries of two night policemen.
Salaries of two elevator attendants.
Extra labor
Fuel for state house..
Care and repair heating apparatus.
Material and repairs.
Water rent ...
Flags for state house.
For electric light and power plant for state

house, and power for elevators and ven

tilating fans
And the governor, adjutant general and auditor

of state are hereby created a commission to
draw plans and receive proposals for build-
ing the above plant, and the sum of thirty
thousand dollars or as much of the same
as is needed is hereby appropriated.

900 00 1,000 00 3,600 00 6,260 00 1,440 00

720 00 1,440 00 1,600 00 1,200 00 1,500 00 3,500 00 1,500 00 1,500 00 1,500 00

100 00

30,000 00

60,000 00 17,500 00 19,200 00

Ohio National Guard.
Pay Ohio national guard..
Transportation Ohio national guard.
Subsistence Ohio national guard.
Fuel, lumber, straw and medical supplies, Ohio

national guard ...
Necessary expenses military companies
L'niforms, overcoats, blankets and equipments..
Horse hire, Ohio national guard...
Forage for horses, Ohio national guard.
Tents and repairs.....
Care military stores and freight on arms.
Rent of armories...
Improvement state camp ground at Newark....
Repair of state arsenal..

3,000 00 19,500 00 5,000 00 3,300 00

775 00

800 00

2,500 00 38.400 00 2,500 00 200 00

I

for 1903 and 1904.

Agricultural Experiment Station. Expenses board of control...

500 00 General Bulletin illustration

appropriations

400 00 Special work in entomology, botany, chemistry and horticulture ....

7,000 00 Sub-stations for field experiment.

5,000 00 General repairs, labor and supplies.

7,000 00 General construction ...,

3,000 00 Special work in animal industry.

1,500 00 Library equipment and care..

500 00 State Board of Agriculture. Encouragement of agriculture..

16,000 oo Expenses Ohio State Dairymen's Association.. 1,000 00

Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Expenses of society....

2,500 00 Field work, Fort Ancient and Serpent Mound..

2,000 00 Publications

2,000 00 For exhibit of the Ohio State Archaeological and

Historical Society at Louisiana Purchase
Exposition, including packing, transporta-
tion and care of same while there.

2,500 00
Attorney General's Department.
Salary of attorney general..

1,500 00 Salary of assistant attorney general.

1,500 00 Fees on collection....

1,500 00 Salary of stenographer and stenographic work. 1,200 00 Salary of clerk.

900 00 Assistant counsel

6,000 00 Books and furniture.

250 00 Contingent expenses

1,200 00 Auditor of State. Salary of auditor of state.

3,000 00 Salary of chief clerk...

2.400 00 Salary of railroad and bank clerk.

1,950 00 Salary of bookkeeper.

1,950 00 Salary of land clerk.

1.500 00 Salary of canal and trust fund clerk.

1,400 00 Salary of statistician.

1.350 00 Salary of corresponding clerk

800 00 Salaries of two excise clerks..

2.850 00 Salaries of two transcribing clerks..

2.850 00 Salary inspector and examiner of institutions..

2,000 00 Salary liquor tax deputy..

2,000 00 Salary of clerk...

1.000 00 Traveling expenses

2,000 00 Contingent expenses

3:500 00 Collecting excise taxes.

1,375 00 Furniture and carpets.

250 00 Steel file cases..

3,500 00

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Board of Public Works.
Salaries of members..
Traveling expenses of members.
Salaries of two engineers..
Salary of secretary.
Salary of clerk...
Contingent expenses
For such purposes, two thousand dollars, or so

much as may be collected thereof, from
leases and privileges under an act passed
April 29, 1902, providing for the control
and management of lakes, reservoirs and
so forth, dedicated to the public for park
and pleasure resort purposes, to be expended
under the direction of the board of public
works, chief engineer and the Ohio canal

commission.
For keeping in repair and for the improvement

of the Miami and Erie canal, all of its earnings and balances; of this a sum not to exceed twelve hundred dollars is to be applied to the opening and repair of the Gilead side cut.

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