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(House Bill No. 288.]

AN ACT

bed of navi

course of such

provide for platting and placing on the tax duplicate lots and
parts of lots which extend into the bed of navigable rivers,
in cities and villages, where the course of such river has been
or shall be changed.
it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

Section 1. That in all cities or villages of the state of Providing tio, through which any navigable river runs of which the for the platannel or any part thereof has been or may hereafter be, and parts of anged, leaving the bed of such river free from running tend into the uter, and the land on one or both banks of which has been

gable rivers shall hereafter be laid off into lots or out lots or both to where the e bank of the river, it shall be the duty of the county com- river has been ssioners to take to their assistance a competent engineer, changed. d make a survey of such part or parts of the bed of such fer, and mark the corners of lots and out lots, in the bed such river and make a plat or plats showing the location d dimensions of all such lots and parts of lots and the es of all streets and alleys which extend into the bed of y such river, which plats shall show the connection of ch parts of lots and streets and alleys to the parts of lots d streets and alleys on the banks of such river, which Plats to be its shall be recorded in the office of the recorder of the recorded. oper county. SECTION 2.

That the county commissioners after such Appraisement rveys and plats shall have been made shall revise the ap- on tax dupliaisement of the lots and parts of lots which extend into cate. e bed of such river, and if in the opinion of the county mmssioners the value of such lots and parts of lots has en increased by the extension of the same into the bed of e river, they shall increase the appraisement of such lots taxation and the county auditor shall place such increase the tax duplicate.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force um and after its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,
President of the Senate.

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Passed May 2, 1902.

(House Bill No. 868.]

AN ACT To amend section 1545-276 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

That section 1545-276 of the Revised Stat- Akron and 's of Ohio be amended so as to read as follows:

Youngstown:

SECTION 1.

ments.

Fire depart- Seo. 1545-276. The fire force of said city shall receiv ment; salary of members.

as remuneration the following salaries: Fire engineer salary of not less than fifteen hundred dollars ($1.500) pe annum; assistant engineer, a salary not less than three hur dred ($300) dollars per annum; captains, a salary of no less than ten hundred and eighty ($1,080) dollars per ar num; lieutenants, a salary of not less than nine hundred an seventy-two $972) dollars per annum; mechanical er gineer, a salary of not less than fifteen hundred ($1,500) do lars per annum; engineers, a salary of not less than te hundred and sixty-eight ($1,068) dollars per annum; a: sistant engineers, a salary of not less than nins hundred an sixty ($960) dollars per annum; firemen, a salary of no less than eight hundred and forty ($840) dollars per al num; linemen, a salary of not less than nine hundred an seventy-two ($972) dollars per annum; cadets, first grad a salary of not less than seven hundred and eighty ($780 dollars per annum; cadets, second grade, a salary of not le: than seven hundred and twenty ($720) dollars per annun cadets, third grade, a salary of not less than six hundred an sixty ($660) dollars per annum; cadets, fourth grade, salary of not less than six hundred ($600) dollars per a mun. The pay in all cases, except as otherwise provided fi

shall be fixed by the city council, and the salaries shall I Management, paid semi-montlily to the persons entitled thereto. The oft administration cers, employes and property connected therewith, signals an of; appoint- fire alarms and the inspection of buildings, boilers, elevator

fire escapes and all matters relating to the fire services, sha be under the management, control and administration the board of city commissioners and all officers and men bers of the fire force shall be appointed by the board of cit commissioners, under such rules and requirements as 1 physical and other fitness as the board may adopt, and shia after sudi appointment, hold their office during good b

havior, subject to suspension or removal at the pleasure Apparatus for. the board, for cause entered upon the record. Subject 1

the provisions of this act in reference to contracts, the boar of city commissioners shall purchase all necessary fire e gines, either steam or hand, hose, carriages and all oth such apparatus and instruments as shall be deemed necessar for the extinguishing of fires, and establish lines of fi alarms, telegraphs within the limits of the corporation, ar fix fire limits, and shall cause to be erected all necessary ai suitable buildings for containing fire engines, hose carriag

and fire apparatus. Repeals.

SECTION 2. That said original section 1545-276 of t] Revised Statutes of Ohio, be and the same is hereby repeale

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

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senu! Passed May 2, 1902.

223G

(House Bill No. 717.)

AN ACT

at

tions for normal

king appropriations for normal schools at the Ohio university,

Athens, Ohio, and at the Miami university, at Oxford, Ohio. 16 enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That there be and hereby is appropriated Appropria01 any money in the state treasury to the credit of the hio university and Miami university funds,” not other- schools. se appropriated, for the last three-quarters of the fiscal y ending November 15th, 1902, and the first quarter of

fiscal year ending February 15th, 1903, the following ins, to-wit :

For the Ohio university, the sum of $38,500. For the Miami university, the sum of $28,000. And for the last three-quarters of the fiscal year ending sember 15th, 1903, and the first quarter of the fiscal year, ling February, 15th, 1904, the following sums, to-wit:

For the Ohio university, the sum of $38,500.

For the Miami university, the sum of $28,000, or so ich of said several amounts as may come into the state asury to the credit of said funds, to be applied to the. *s and purposes of the normal schools of the said univeres in accordance with the provisions of an act passed rch 12, I902.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force
Ji and after its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 2, 1902.

224G

[Senate Bill No. 151.]

AN ACT

other than life:

peal section 3643a and 3643b of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. 1. enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That section 3643a of the Revised Stat- Insurance sof Ohio (92 v. 107), and section 3643b, of the Re

companies -- Statutes of Ohio (91 v. 357) be and the same are

Repeal of secchoy repealed.

tions relating SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force to coinsurand after its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate. Passed May 2, 1902.

225G

ance.

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(House Bill No. 767.]

AN ACT

Provisions for courts of record:

Court constables; duties and compensation,

To amend section 553 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio

SECTION 1. That section five hundred and fifty-thre (553) of the Revised Statutes, be and is hereby amended si as to read as follows:

Sec. 553. ^ The court of common pleas and circuit cour in any county, and the superior court in any city or county and the insolvency court and probate court in any count containing a city of the first class (except fourth grade) and of the first grade of the second class, may each appoin one or more constables to preserve order and discharge othe duties as the court requires; and in any county containing city of the second grade of the second class, the constable so appointed by the court of common pleas shall perforr the same duties in the probate court; and each constable when so directed by the court, shall have the same power t call and impanel jurors, which by law the sheriff of th county has, except in capital cases. The compensation o such constables shall be the same as that of regular jurors except in the counties containing a city of the first grade o the first class and of the first grade of the second class, an of the second grade of the first class, the compensation o all court constables shall be one thousand dollars per annur each; and in counties containing a city of the second grad of the second class, or second class, third grade b, the com pensation of each court constable shall be cight hundre dollars per annum, payable monthly; and in all countie having a population of not less than eighty-four thousan one hundred and fifty and not more than eighty-four thou sand two hundred and fifty at the federal census of 1890, : shall be six hundred dollars per annum, and in counties con taining cities of the third grade of the first class the com pensation of such constables so appointed by the court o common pleas and the probate court, shall be eight hundre ($800.00) dollars per annum; and of those so appointed b the circuit court, four hundred dollars per annum; and i all cases shall be paid out of the county treasury on the orde of the court.

SECTION 2. That said original section 553 of the Re vised Statutes of Ohio, be and the same is hereby repealed and this act shall take effect and be in force from and afte its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate Passed May 2, 1902.

226G

Repeals, etc.

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[House Bill No. 358.]

AN ACT
To protect the lives and property of the traveling public and the

employees of railroads in the state of Ohio.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That it shall be unlawful for any railroad Unlawful to company doing business in the state of Ohio, to run over its train with less road, or part of its road, outside of the yard limits, any pas- train crew: senger train with five cars or less, carrying passengers, with less than a full passenger crew, consisting of one engineer, one fireman, one conductor and one brakeman; for more than five cars, two brakemen; and on trains of more than two cars the said brakemen shall not be required to perform the duties of the baggage-master or express agent while on the road. Provided that nothing in this section shall apply to trains picking up a car or cars between terminals in this state, or to trains propelled by electricity.

SECTION 2. That any superintendent, or trainmaster, Penalty. or their assistants, or other employee of any railroad company doing business in the state of Ohio, who shall send out on the road, or cause to be sent out on the road, outside of yard limits, any passenger train, whose crew consists of a less train crew than that stated in section one of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction before any police judge, mayor or justice of the peace having jurisdiction, shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars for each offense.

SECTION 3. It shall be the duty of the commissioner of Duty of comrailroads and telegraphs to have this law enforced.

railroads and

telegraphs to SECTION 4. This act shall take effect and be in force enforce this from and after its passage.

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

F. B. ARCHER,

President of the Senate.
Passed May 2, 1902.

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[House Bill No. 24.]

AN ACT
For the relief of Joseph Higgins Jr., late inmate of the Ohio sol-

diers' and sailors' orphans' home at Xenia, Ohio.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:
SECTION 1.

That the auditor of state be, and he is for relief of hereby authorized and required to issue his warrant on the gins, Jr. state treasury to pay to Joseph Higgins, Jr., the sum of eight hundred ($800) dollars, and for this purpose there be, and is hereby appropriated the sum of eight hundred ($800) dollars, from any money in the state treasury to the credit

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