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LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
AN ACT.
Making 'appropriations for construct ions, re-
pairs, superintendence and expens.es ob the
- Public Wor-I of Ohio, for the years one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and
"one thousand tight hundred and fifty-fire.
Seotionl. Beit enacted by thi General
Juembli of the State Ohio, That the fol
lowing aunis be, and they are hereby appropri
ated out of any moaey in the Treasury, deriv
ed from the Publio Works, not. otherwise ap
propriated, for construction, repairs, snperin
tendance.end expenses, on. the Public Worki
of Ohio, for the year one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-ifnur, viz:
AN ACT. MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL-NORTHERN
DIVISION
repairs, including labor, the payment
of lock-tenders, draw-bridge tenders, mate
rials; tools, and the payment .of the salaries
of superintendents, twenty-five .thousand
dollars.
. Fo' the construction of new work, including
lock-houses, and one State boat, four thou
sand dollars. , ,
. For the payment' of balances due on new
work, two thousand dollars. .
For the payment of engineer's salaries, spe
cial 8uperintendanls,ettorne's' fees,wiiu-ssefc'
fees su'i incidental expenses, two thousand
five hundred do law.
For the purchase of land, five hundred dol
lars. '
For the payment of awards, by appraisers
of five hundred Hollars.
OHIO CANAL.
For repairs, including materials, labor, and
the payment of superintendents, salaries, tnir
ty thousand dollars.
For lend appropriated for weigh lock,
at Cleveland, fifteen hundred and sixty dol
lars. For the payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneys' fees, witnesses'
fees'tuul incidental expenses, two thousand
dollars. -
WALHOUNDING CANAL.
For repairs, including materials labor,
and the payment of -t.e saUry of the superin
tendent, two thousand dollars.
. For the construction of a new boat, five
hundred dollars., .
WESTERN RESERVE AND MAUMEE
. ROAD.
For the payment of contracts, six thousand
five hundred dollars.
MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL—SOUTHERN
DIVISION.
. For repairs, including labor, the .payment
of luck-tendenvsjlraw-bridt; tenders, materi
als; tools and payment salaries of superin
ttndants, twenty-four thousand dollars.
For repairs of Congress street locks, one
thousand five hundred dollars.
For building Culvert at Mohawk . Sun,
' Tliotiiinati, one thousand five hundred dol
lars. . ' ...
. -Fo. preparingtimberandfraniingsoperstnic
to re for Mi.l Creek aqueduct, three thousand
dollars.' ' ',
. For preparing timber, and framing super
structure for Lockland aqueduct, two thousand
dollars. .
, t or preparing limber and stona for' north
abutment, Gregory's aqueduct, one thousand
dollars.
Fdr preparing timber, dec, fct D ick's Creek
aqueduct, two thousand dollars.
For rebuilding feeder gates, north of Mid
dlelown, to thousand dollais. ..
For reiiuililing l'ock-gatee,.one thouund dol
lars." For building and repairing dam near Middle
tows, seventeen thousand dollars. -.
For rebuilding two tumbles, at Hamilton
Lock, (already done,) three thousand eigli
hundred d'Uia s.
r For building lock-house, at Middletown
feeder, six hundred dollars,
, For putting in arches, and ropfinj Miami
aqueduct, three thousand dollars. .,
Fdr removing bars and bottoming canal, six
thousand dollars. .
For the payment of engineers salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneya fees, witnesses,
and incidental expenses, iwo thousand nve
' hundred dollars. , ,
For the purchase of Jand, five hundred dol
lars. . .!
" For the payment of awards, by appraisers of
dnrrmces, one thousand dollars.-
MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL—MIDDLE DIVISION.
. . : . v .,. VISION.
' For - repairs,, including labor, the pay
ment of lock tenders, drawbridge tend
'ers, materials, tools, and payment of sala
ries of siprintenimts, twenty-six thousand
dollars. :.
-'. For completion of Big Flat Rock aqueduct,
fourteen thousand five hundred dollars.
,, For oempielionof B'ueCreek.aqueduct,four-
teen thousand six hundred dollars.
Jfi i the. completion of lock number thirty,
two thousand nve hundred dollars.
,., For the completion of lo'-ks number twenty
and twenty-one, seven thousand dollars.
, , For repairing locks at Lockport, and new
gates, iour inousana nve uunureu, uouars .
,j For the purchase of lands, two thousand
tour, hundred dollars. ,
For (lie payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial superiutendanls, attorneys' fees, witnesses'
.fees, and incidental expenses, two thousand
.five hundred dollars.
, For the payment of awards, by appraisers
oi damages, nve nunarea aoiiars.
- For heed gates at Port Jefferson, two thou
sand five hundred dollars.
For feeder to Mercer counly reservoir, ten
thousand dollars.
.For the payment of contractors, one thou
sand and forty dollars. -
DIVISION NUMBER THREE—OHIO CANAL
—SOUTHERN DIVISION.
: : r or repairs, including laoor, trie pay
.intent: of lock tenders, draw bridce tend
era, materials, tools, and the payment of the
salaries of superintendents, twenty thousand
dollars. , , v,,
Fo the. re-conslrnctio'r of two locks, sixteen
inoasana aoiiars.
. Foriebuildingphordi bfCiicleville aquedue
'four thousand dollars. ' " 1
For the payment of awards; by appraisers of
damages, four hundred dollars.
For wideningandtfiepayraentsof engineer's
t saiajies, special superintendents,- attorney' i
, fee, witnesses: fee and Sucidfcntal enpeasesi
' iwo inouianu nve nunareq dollars.
OHIO CANAL—MIDDLE DIVISION.
ror rpairs, inciuoing-isoor; the -payf-,
asenfc. of lock tenders, draw bridge tend'
i. ers, materials, tools, and the payment of the
. yahujes of superintendents, fifteen thousand
.-dollars-. . , . .
t 7., For reconstruction of lock, draw and cnl-
Tens, iwe;e mouse nu dollars. . . ; ..
For bottoming out deep cut, atLieking Sum
B7 W. 0. GOULD.
Fearless and Free."
$l,50pe'r Annum in Advance.
"New Series.
EATON, PREBLE COUNTY, O.JUNE 15. 1351
Tol.ll,No.2.
tttit reservoir, four thousand dollars.
For repairing Licking feeder, one thousand
dollars.
For the n.vment of awsrds. br atinraisersof
damages, lour hundred dollars.
For the payment of engineers salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneye' fees, witnesses'
fees and incidental expenses, two thousand
HOCKING CANAL.
For repairs, including labor, the pavment of
lock tendr'is, materials, tools and the payment
of the salaries of superintendents, six thousand
five hundred dollars.
For furnishing materials for culvert, five hun
dred dollars.
For widening and bottoming out Lancaster
side-cut, fifteen thousand dollars.
For the payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial stiperinlrnd.mts, attorneys' fees, witnesses'
fees and incidental expenses, six hundred dol
lars.
MUSKINGUM IMPROVEMENT.
For repairs, including labor, the pay
ment of lock tenders, draw bridge tend
ers, materials, tools, and the payment of the
salaries of superinlendanls, nine thousand dol
lars.
For reconstruction of lock gates, three thou
sand dollars.
For land for lock-house, at Devol's dam,
seven hundred dollars.
For lock-houe at Devol's dam, four hundred
dollars.
For the payment of engineer's salaries, spe
cial superintendanls,sttotney's fees, witnesses'
lees end incidental expenses, two thousand
dollars.
GENERAL EXPENSES.
For incidental exp-nses of the office of the
Board of Public Works, inc'uding payment of
salaries oi salaries or Secretary and assistant,
omce rent and furniture and fixtures, records,
books and blanks for collections, postage,yc
four thousand dollars.
For pyment of the salaries of members of
the Board of Publio Works, four thousand five
bundled dollars.
For amount awarded to T. II. Steven's es
tate and decreed by the court of common pleas
of Franklin county, at October term; eightevn
hundrel and fifty-three, to A. R. Connell, ad
ministrator, one hundred and sixty-four dol
lars and thirty-three cents.
For amount swarded to T. H. Steven's es
tate and decreed by the court of common pleas
of Frankl n county, at October term, eighteen
hundren and fifty-three, to A. R. Connel, ad
ministrator, srx hundred dollars.
For the payment of an engineer to gague the
surplus water leased, and now used from
the Canals and Slack Water Improvements
of the State, one thousand five hundred dol
lars. Sec. 2. In case the amounts appropriated
in the preceding section, for repairs on the ca
nal, shall prove insufficient, in consequence
of extraordinary floods, or other casualties.lhe
further sum of twenty thousand dollars is here
by BQDmDatedJuatlialJUitr)Ofle, out of uv
money inthi treasury, not otherwise appropri-
area. . ,
Sec. 8. The following sams are hereby ap
propriated out of any money in the treasuiy,
derived from the Public Works, not otherwise
ppropriated, for the construction, repairs, su
perintendence and expenses, on the Public
Works of Ohio, for the year one thousand eight
imdred and fifty-five, nz:
GENERAL EXPENSES. MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL-NORTHERN
DIVISION
For repairs, including labor, the payment
of lock tenders, draw bridge tenders, ma
terials, tools, snd the payment of the salaries
of superintendents, twenty-five thousand dol
lars. For the construction of new work, including
lock houses and one new State boat.four thou
wd dollara.
For the payment of balances due on new
work, two thousand doners.
For the payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneys' fees, witness
es' fees and incidental expenses two thousand
nve hundred dollars.
For the purchase of land, five hundred dol
lent.
For the payment of awards, by appraisers of
damage-, nve hundred dollars.
OHIO CANAL—NORTHERN DIVISION.
For repairs, including materials and labor,
nd the salaries of superintendants, thirty-one
thousand dollars. t
For the construction of new work, two thou
sand five hundred dollars.
For the payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial sunerintendants, attorneys' fies, witness
es' fees and incidental expenses, two thousand
dollars.
WALHOUNDING CANAL.
For renairs, including and labor,
snd the psyment of the salary of the superin
two thousand dollars.
MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL—SOUTHERN
DIVISION.
For repairs, including labor, the payment of
tock tenders, draw uridce tenders, maiermis,
tools and payment of salaries of superintend
ants, twenty-four thousand dollars.
For raisinc and completing Mill Creek
aqueduct, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For work at l.ockland aqueduct, one thou
sand dollars.
For work at Gregory's Creek aqueduct, one
thousand dollar.
For layin;.' t.!onc at Gregory's Creek abut
ments, one thousand dollars.
For raisins and finishing tJick'sueefc aque
duct, one thousand doners.
For removing bars .mil bottoming canat.tour
thousand dollars.
For rebuilding and repairing lock gates, one
thousand dollars.
For lavine up stone in two locks at Lock
land, five thousand dollars.
For the Davment of engineers' 'salaries, spe
cial supeiintendants, attorney's fees, witness
es' fees and incidental expenses, two thousand
five hundred dollars. .
For the purchase of land, five hundred dol
lars.
For the payment of swards, by appraisers
ol damages, live nunareu uouars.
MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL—MIDDLE DIVISION.
, . , VISION."
For repairs, including labor, the payment
or Jock, tenders, araw oriuge lenuers, materials,
tools, and payment of the salaries
of superintendents, twi-My thousand dollars
Fpr je-buildmg iocks number tmrty-one
and thity-two, of wood, eight thousand .Col
lars.- ,i : . ; ' .-
For re-buildinc aqueduct across little. Au
glaixe, ten thousand dollars, v
For, rebuilding aqueduct across Jonnings
Creek, with stone abutments, seven thousand
five huoutod dollars. . ! .
For rebu ilding aqueduct al Little Flat Rock,
seven thousand dollars.
, For rebuilding small culvert, near Jennings,
ane thousand two hundred dollars. ,
- FpCwpiiting locjts, at. Lockport. and new.
gates, three wousana aoiiars
For the purchase of lan l,' five hundreddol-
lars.
For the psyment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneys' fees, witness
es.' fees and incidental expenses, two thou
sand five hundred dollars.
For the payment of awards, by appraisers
of damage five hundred dollars.
OHIO CANAL—SOUTHERN DIVISION.
For repairs, including labor, the payment of
lock-tenders, draw-bidge tenders, metenals,
tools and the salaries of superintendants.
twenty thousand dollara.
For the construction of two locks, sixteen
thousand dollars.
For the payment of awsrds by the appraisers
of damages, four hundred dollars.
For the payment of engineers' salasies, spe
cial superintendents, attorneys' fees, witness
es' fees, and ncidental expense!, two thou
sand five hundred dollars.
OHIO CANAL—MIDDLE DIVISION.
For r pairs, including labor, the psyment
of lock tendeis, drew bridKe tenders, ma
terials, tools, and the payment of the sala
ries of superintendents, fifteen thousand dol
lars. For re-construction of locks and culverts,
twelve thousand dollars.
For bottoming out deep cut at Licking Sum
mit reservoir, two thousand dollars.
For repairing Licking feeder, five hundred
dollars.
For the payment of awards, by appraisers of
damages, live hundred dollars.
For the payment of engineers' salaries, spe
cial superintendents, attorneys' fees, witness
cs' fees and incidentel expenies,twothousand
dollars.
HOCKING CANAL.
For repairs, including labor, the payment of
lock lenders, materials, tools and tne psyment
of the salaries of superiutendanls, six tbou
sand dollars.
For re-construction, of culvert, one thou
sand five hundred dollars.
For widening anil bottoming out Lancas
ter side cut. fifteen thousand five hundred
dollars.
For the payment of engineer's salaries, ape
cial stipe intendants, attorneys' fees, witness
es' fees and incidental expenses, six hundred
dollars.
MUSKINGUM—IMPROVEMENT.
For repairs, including labor, the pay
ment of lock tenders, draw bridge tenders,
materials, tools, and the payment of the
salaries of supe'intendants, seven thousand
dollars.
For re-construction and lock gatijs, six thou
sand dollars.
For lift-lock at Haimer, one thousand five
hundred dollars.
Foi the payment ofengineers'salaries,pe-
cial superintendants, attorneys' fees, witness
es' fees and incidental expenses, two thousand
dollars,
GENERAL EXPENSES.
For incidental expenses at the office of the
Board of Public Works, including payment of
salaries nf secretary and assistant, office rent,
and furniture and fixtures, records, books and
blanks; for collectors, postage, 4c, four thou
sand dollars.
For payment of the salaries of the members
of the Bonrd of Public Wqrks, four thousand
five hundred dollars. .
Sec 4. In case the amounts appropriated
in the preceding sections, for repairs on the
canals, shall prove insufficient in consequence
of extraordinary floods, or other cesualties,the
further um of twenty thousand dollars is here
by appropriated for ttut purpose, out of any
moneys in the treasury, not otherwise appro
priated. "
Sec. . r or the purpose ot liquidating tie
deficit in the appropriation made for superin
tendence, repairs and damages on the Public
Works, for the year eighteen hundred snd fifty-three,
Ihere is hereby appropriate i the sum
of forly-nine thousand eight hundred snd sev
enty-one dollars and seventy-six cents, out of
any money in the treasury, not otherwise ap
propriated. Sec. 6. Within thirty dsys after the expi
ration of each quarter of the year, it shall be
the duty of the Board of Public Works to file
in the office of the Auditor of State, a full
and detailed statement of the amounts drawn
from the treasury during the preceding quar
ter, under each of the foreeoine appropriations
with corresponding vouchers for the same.
The statement shall specify, in detail, the
several amounts paid, to whom, at what time,
and on what account; and the said vouchers
end statement shall be examined and compar
ed, by the Auditor of State, and one or more
members of the Board of Public Works, and
if found to be in pursuance of law, the Au
ditor of Stale shall give to the Board a certifi
cate settlns forth that fact, which certificate-
shall be deposited in the office of the Board
of Public Works, and shall also endorse that
fact upon the stntrment fo filed. The said
statement shall be published id the manner
pointed out in the act "Jo provide for the pu b
lication of an accurate and detailed statement
of the receipts and expenditures of the public
revenue," passed Hatch fourteenth, eighteen
hundred and fifty-three.
Sec. 7. No moneys by this act appropria
ted, shall be loaned with, or without interest,
to any company, corporation, or individual,
or be deposited with any bantj, or with any
company, corporation, or individual; and any
violation of, the provisions of this section,
shall be deemed and adjudged 'to be an
embezzlement of so much of the said moneys
as shall have been so loaned or deposi
ted, which is hereby claimed to be a misde
meanor; and upon conviction thereof, before
any court of this Slate laving competent juris
diction, the officer or person so loaning, or de
positing contrary to the provisions ot this sec
tion, sm h officer or person shall bo held to
have forfeited his office, and shall be fined in
a sum equal to the amount of money embez
zled.
Sec. R. 'And the Treasurer of State is here
by prohibited from paying out of the treas
ury. nn1 moneys other than those annrnnria
ted by lnw, to fJe applied to the purpose for
wnicn saic appropriation was made.
GENERAL EXPENSES. F. C. LEBLOND,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
ROBERT LEE,
President of the Senate, protem.
May 1, 1854.
AN ACT.
Mak'ng appropriations for General Revenue
purposes, lor the years JbSl and I860.
Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the General Auent
bly nf the Statt of Ohio, That the following
sums be and they are hereby appropriated
out of the money in the treasury applicable
for general revenue pwposcs,. to. "be paid for
the year one thousand, eight bundled and fif.y
iour. .
For the payment of the saleiiea of the gen
eral assembly, their clerks, assistant, clerks
sergeanls-at-arms, door keepers and messen
ger boys, thirty-six thousand five hundred dol
lars.
For the payment of the'expenses of the joint
select committee on the additional lunatic asy
lums atxiewburgh and Dayton in visiti.tg the
same one hundred and twenty dollars.
for the payment of the salenes of the judges
of the supreme court, judges of the court of
common pleas, judges of thecriminql andsupe
rior courts at Cincinnati, fifty-eight thousand
dollars.
ror me payment 01 mesaieryoi me supreme
court reporter lor the year 1852-3, not hereto
fore appointed, four hundred dollars.
For the payment of the contingent fund of
the auditor of state, two thousand five hun
dred dollars.
For the payment ofthecontingentfund of the
treasurer of state fifteen hundred dollars.
For the payment of the" contingent fund of the
secretary of state, fifteen hundred dol'nrs.
For the payment of the contingent fund ofthe
governor, out of which shall be paid the ex
penses of the Polly negro case, and the fees
and expenses of counsel for the state in the
benk ceses pending in the supreme cou.t 01
the united states, live thousand dollars.
For the payment ofthe contingent fund of
the stete conmissioner of common schools,
eight hundred dollars.
For the payment of the contingent fund of
the attorney gene's), seven hundred dollars.
For the stationary for the use of the depart
ments of state, and the general assembly, the
additional sum often thousand dollars.
For the payment of the commissioners tore
vise the code of civil practice, fifteen hundred
and Day-seven dollars and nftv cents.
For the payment of charges for the trsnspor
lation of weighs and measures, three thousand
eirht hundred dollars,
l or taxes refunded, erroneously asessed, four
thousand dollars.
For fuel for general assembly and depart
ments of state, one thousand dollars.
For the payment of costs and expenses in
eases in which the state is a parly, three thou
sand dollars.
For distribution of the laws. Journals and
agricultural reports, &c, one thousand dol
lars. For psving the secretary of the governor,
clerks in the auditor's office,one chief clerk at
one thousand dollars, one chief clerk in de
partment of public works room, nine hundred
dollars, two clerks at eight hundred dollars
each two clerks at seven hundred and fifty
dollars each, and two clerks at seven hundred
dollars cb per annum, three clerks in the
treasurer's office, and two clerks in the secre
tary of state's office, one at a salary nine hun
dred dollars, and the other at a salary of seven
hundred dollars per annum, eleven thousand
dollars.
For the expenses of the Perry county elec
tion contest, three L indre I dollars.
For the completion ofthe building of the
w.t Utmr to 1 awMcd- fat 44
finishing of tht building ofthe same, seventy
five thousand dollars, in addition to the appro
pro relation heretofore made.
For the transportation of convicts to the pen
itentiary and costs of prosecution, the sum of
thirty thousand dollars, in addition to the sum
heretofore sppropnaUd.
For providing heating spperatus, plumbing
sewers, gns works, pipts and nxures, steam
engine, cooking rapge, ore, for the lunatic
asylum at Ncwburgh, fifteen thousand dollars;
and for the same purpose for the lunatic asy
lum at Dayton, fifteen thousand dollars.
For salary of the warden of the penitentiary,
twelve hundred dollars.
' For salary of the moral instructor ofthe pen
itentiary, seven hundred dollars.
For salary of the physicians ofthe peniten
tiary, eight hundred dollars.
For salaries of deputy wsrden and clerk of
the penitentiary, fifteen bundred dollars.
For payment of guards, general expenses,
provisions and clothing for the penitentiary for
the current year, ending November fifteenth,
eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty thou
sand dollars.
For completing spperatus and fixtures at the
lunatic asylum at Columbus, for warming by
steam accompanied with forced ventilation,
eight thousand dollars.
For the payment to H. W. Derby & Co-, for
five thousand copies of Swan's revised statutes
the sum of twelve thousand five hundred dol
lars. 1
For the pavment to Robert Neil for the rent
of the room for the use ofthe House of Repre
sentatives, nine hundred collars.
For the payment to P. Ambos for the rent of
rooms lor the use of the senate,, one thousand
dollars.
For payment of balance doe for construction
of water closets and bathing apperatus, in lu
natic asylum at Columbus, nine thousand dol
lars. For improvement of grounds of said asylum,
five hundred dollars.
For salary of moral instructor to said asylum,
two hundred dollars..
For re-construction of sewers to said asylum
one thousond dollars.
For saleries of the siiperintendent,physician,
steward and matron of the lunatic asylum at
Columbus, three thousand two hundred dol
lars. NFor provisions, household expenses, clothing
and servants, library, stationary, luei, labor,
medicines and contingent expenses for the lu
natic asylum at (Jolumbus, twenty-five thou
sand dollars.
For saleries of the superintendent, steward
and matrons of the deaf and dumb asylum,two
thousand dollars.
. For salaries of teachers and physicians of
the asylum for the deaf and dumb, six thou
sand dollars.
Foi the. salaries and expenses of artisans
and assistant of the asylum for the blind, two
thousand dollars.
For clothing, provisions furniture, labor,
servants, stationery, materials for work shops,
contingencies, lor asylum for the blind twen
ty five hundred dollars.
Jor repairs and books, musical instrument's
and stationery for the asylum of the blind, two
thousand dollars.
For the state library for the purchase of
books and'periodicalstwo thousand dollars.
For payment of witnesses before legislative
committees, and notarial fees in investigations
and other cases, five hundred dollars; the wit
nesses to receive the same mileage and per
diem as arealowed by law in judicial cases
For printing, of the general assembly and of
the departments of state, the additional sum
of ten thousand dollars.
. For the payment of Hie salaries ot the adju
tant general and quartermaster general, each
three hundred dollars.
. For rent of building in which to lodge the
publi6 brms, five hnndred dollar;. .
Fot taking care of publio arms, tola paid
on the certificate 01 tjie auditor of the state,
five hundred dollars. ' '
For the payment of the mileaa of county
I
treasurers eight hundred dollars.
For the salaries of the supennlendent, ma
tron, physician, Jteachers and stewsril of the
saylum for the blind, five thousand fife hun
dred dollars.
For furnishing legislative halls and Supreme
Court roomV wo hnndred and fifty dollars, to be
paid upon bills presented to the auditor ol
state, if properly verified and found to be cor
rect. For the agricultural funds, beinv proceeds of
snow licenses, three thousand Collars.
For payment of wolf scalp certificates six
hundred dollars.
For secretary to the state commissioner of
common schools three hundred dollars.
For the purchase of books for the library in
the penitentiary, three hundred dollars out of
the visitors' fund, to be expended under the
direction of the moral instructor.
To Gere 4 Abbott; for material for furnish.
ing House of Represenatives present session,
thirty-seven dollars and sixly-uo cents.
To J. H. niiey, ror articles furnished the
House of Representatives I lie present session.
sevnety-two dollars and fifty cents.
Jo Li. 01. urs'it for making secretary for
clerk's denk cfllor.se of Representatives and
repairing loeks, ten dollars and seventy-two
cents.
To I. N. Whiting, forbslsnce for articles
furnished legislature of eighteen hundred and
forty nine and fifty, fourteen dollars and fifty
cents.
To Kilboiirne, Kunne Co.. ?vn-frnr
dollars and twenty-eix cento, for material fur
nished in fitting up the Hall ofthe Houve and
Senate Chamber for the year lt62.
IO Henry Trevitt, for notarial fees before
the committee to investigate chnruee against
IheClerk ofthe Senate ten dollars.
To J hoinas Riordon, for eighty-six days at
tendance on the Supreme Court es messenger
and special constable, one bundled a d seven
ty-two dollars
To Hyde ox Schlnpp, for filling up the Sen
ate Chamber for the session of 1 Sit as per
contract with secretary of slate, sixty dollars
and filly cents.
1 0 Kilbourne, Kuhne 4 Co.. for materials
or the use ofthe fjenate for Serjeant at arms
for the session of 1S52, thirlv-two dollars end
twenty-three cen:s.
To Thomas Kennedy, for four das services
preparing and taking cereofbolh halls ofthe
elate house for the leceplion ofthe legislature
tor uie session or isoa, as per order of state
librarian, twelve-dollars.
To Kellogg A Foote.for atorina of slate arms
six y dollars. -
To Columbus Gas Light and Cofce Compa
ny iorgas lor nouse 01 KepreHtatives during
present session, three hundred end nineteen
dollars and ninety three cents.
Fo: the payment of three hundred copies of
ueigers lax taoies, in re thousand five hnn
d ed dollars; to the Columbus Gas Light snd
Cke Company, for gas furnished the Senste
hall the present session, one hundred and for-f-MUtrt
ami tevomy-ftve cents; to
Thomas Kennedy, for one hundred and two
day-i service as assistant libreri 'n.ont hundred
and fifty-three nollars ;, to Denig in Harry, for
sundries fr use of the Senate the present ses
sion, sixteen dollars and th rteen cents ; to A.
W. Smith, for cash paid for assistsnce to the
sergesnt-at-orms of the Senate, three dollars
and fifty cents ; to A. P. Sanford. f r storins
State arms, ninety-seven dollars ; to' P. Ambcs
for the use of furniture in Senate hell during
me last ana present sesMous, one hundred end
twenty-five doners.
Sec. 2. There sha'l be levied for the nir
lent fiscal year upon the grand list of the
Stale, in the manner prescribed by the act
entitled 4,an act for the assessment and taxa
tion of all properly in this State, and for levy
ing taxes' thereon, according to its true value
in money," passed April L3, 1852, for general
revenue purposes, seven-tenths of 0 mill on
the dollar valual on.
For common school purposes, one and a half
mills on the dollar valuation, end for school
librery purposes, one-tenth of a mill on the
dollar va uatiou of the property nn the grand
list.
Sec. 4. Should there be a deficit in the gen
eral revenue fund for the current yenr, the
commissioned ofthe sinking fund are hereby
authorized and directed to loan and transfer to
the general revenue fund Irom tli sinking
fund a sum sufficient to licuidaie said deficit
not ezceeding one hmi ired and fifteen thou
sand dollars, provided, the same can be done
without impairing said sinking fund or. redu-.
cmg it Lelow the amount required for tlio
payment or the interest of the foreign nnd do
mestic debt of t. e Slate, and the amount of
principle prescribed by the Constitution; and
the amount so loaned or transferred, shall be
paid and returned to said sinking fund, to
gether with six per cent interest luereon, from
the proceeds of Hie lew for general revenue
purpos s, herein made lor the year eighteen
hundie.i and fifty-four.
btic. 5. 1 he appropriation made in this act
are in addition to apuruninliona heretofore
made by laws herotoforn enacted.
Sec. 6. That the following sums be and
they are hereby opptopuate ou:of any money
in the treasury applicable to the ordinary ex
penditures of Government, to be paid for the
year one thousand eight Hundred and fifty
five: For the payment of ihe salaries of th-? G v-
ernor, Auditor, Tr.asurer andSccretarvofStafe
the Attorney General, State Commissioner of
common schools, and Librarian, ten thousand
dollars.
For the payment ofthe salaries ofthe iudz-
es of the supreme court, judges ofthe court of
common pie is, judges of the superior courts
at Cincinnati, forty-eigluflhousaud dollars.
Kor the payme it of the continirent fund of
the Auditor of Mate, two thousand five hun
dred dollars.
For the payment of t'e contlnient fund of
the Treasurer of State, fifteen hundred dol
lars.
Foi the payment or the continuant fund of
the Governor, three t"Ousnnd dollars.
For the payment of the continuant fund of
the State Commission-r of common schools
eight hundred dollars.
For the payment of the contingent fund of
the Secretary of State, fifteen hundred dol
lars. .
For the payment ofthe continsent fund of
the Attorney General, saven hundred dollars.
For Stauonery, (or- t'.e use of the deuart-
menta of Slate, twelve thousand dollars.
For. salaries of the Superintendent, Phy
sician, Stewards and Matron 'of-the Lunatic
Asylum at Columbus, three thousand two hundred
doUtars. . i
For provisions, house-ho'd expenses, clothing,
servants, librery, stationerr,iueI, labor,
medicines and contingent expenses for the lunatiot
asylum at Columbus,, thirty thousand
dollars.
. For salary of the moral insliuc.or
of said
asyium, iwo, hundred dollars. .
Foi islariee of the superintendent, etawatJ,
(EIjc pmocrct '
Is published ever' Thursday morniaf, In th
00m immediately over the Post-Office, Mai
Street, Eaton, Ohio, at the following rataai
$1 60 nerannum, in advance. -$2
00 if not paid within the year, aad
t3 60 aftertheyear has expired.
Tbeserateswill btrigidlysnforced.
No paper discontinued .nniij an arrearages
are paid, nnlesa at (ha bptfon af the pablisbei
ffjAll comnranicationsaddressedtotke Ed-
tors must ba sent free of postage to insure at-
tention. ' " , ... '" -
ETNo ommonlcatioa inserted, nnlesa acc
ompanied by a responsible name.
,
and maton of the deaf and dumb asylum, two
hundred dollars.
For saiaiies of leacfrrs and physicians of
the asylum ofthe deaf and dumb, ive thou
sand nine nundred do lars.
Fur pay'ng the secretary of fhe Governor,
clerk in the auditor's office, three clerks in
the treasurer's office, and'two clerks in the
Secretary of State's office, eleven thousand
do lars.
For the completion of the building nf the
new State House, to be app'ied to the finish
ing ot the offi-es, and assembly rooms, anil
furnishing the same, one hundred thousand
dollars.
For transportation of convicts to the Peni
tentiary, and cosis of prosecution, the sum of
thirty-five thousand dollars. 1
For introduction of gas fixtures into the In
ns ic asylum al C lumbus, the sum of thirty
five hundred dollars.
. For th finishing Of the heating sparatus,
the plumbing, the gas works, the steam engine,
fittinir up be laundry, and cooking range of
the lunatic asylum at Newburgh and Dayton,
the sum often thousand do' lars each.
For bedsteads bed, bedding, chairs, tables,
table-ware, kitchen utensils,- and salsries of
physicians, and attendants, and for medicines,
instruments, provisions, fuel and labor, the
sum of twenty-two thousand dollara each foi
the lunatic asylum at Dayton and Newburgl.
For the payment of Robert Neil for the rent
of rooms fur the House of Representatives,
nine hundred dolla s.
For p ovisi'ins, household expenses, c'othing,
fuel, labor, servt nts, and contingent expensea
of the asylum for the deaf and dumb, eight
thousand dollars.
For the salarie. of the superintendent, ma
tron, phys cian, teachers and stewards of th
asvlum for t e blind, 11 thousand dollars.
For the salaries and expenses of artisans and
8sitnts of the asylum for the blind, two thou
sand dollars.
For elothi-g, provisions, furniture, labor,
servanls, stationery, materials for work-shops,
romiiigench-s fur the asylum for the blind,
four thousand dollars.
For repairs, books, musical instruments, and
stationery for the asylum for the blind, two
thousand do lars.
For the State library, for the purchase of
books and periodicals, two tho- sand dollars.
. For printing for. the various department
4en thousand dollars.
For taking care of the public arms, and for
rent of building in which to lodge the same, to
be paid on the ceitiicate ofthe Governor, oru
thousand dollirs.
For the payment of the salaries of the ad
jutant Gene al, and Quarter Master General,
each three hundred doners.
For payment of the milngeof county treas
urers, one thouiand dollars.
For taxes refundxd, erroneously assessed,
four thousand dollars.
For fuel for departments of State, two thou
sand dollars. ... -
For distribution of publis documents, five
hundred dollars.
' For payment of salary of the warden of tho
penitentiary, twelve hundred dollars.
Forsala yof moral instructor of the peniten
tiary, seven hundred dollars.
For salaries of deputy warden and clerk of
the penitentiary, fifteen hundred dollars.
For payment of guards, repairs, general ex
penses, provision snd clothing for the peni
tentiary, forty-five Ihousand. dollars.
To t e State board of agriculture, three thou
sand 'dollars.
For secretary of State eommissiones of com
mon schools, the sum of three hundred dol
lars. For payment of wolf scalp CTtificates, two
hnndred dollars,
Sec. 7. No moneys hereby appropriated.
shall be drawn from the treasury of State for
any purpose, prior to the time that such money
or moneys shall. become due and payable to the
persons entitled to .eceive the same.
Ti e moneys by this. act appropriated for the
support nndmaintenan-e of the deaf and dumb
the blind and lunatic asylums at Coumbus,
shall be drawn on the warrant of the Auditor
of Stale, based m vouchers, presented for
moneys duly expended, which vouchers shall
be endorsed 1 y the superintendent of the in
stitution incurring the expenditure, and shall
a'so be approved bv a member of the commit
tee de interim, of the trustees of said institu
tion. Provided, thai five hundred dollars of
the sum appropriated for eseh year by this aot,
for the general expenses of the asylum of the
deaf and dumb ; five hundred dollars of the
sum so appropriated for thelunatic asylum at
Columbus, shall b a contingent fund, to be
expended as may be required for said inslitu
t ons; to be drawn quarterly, and vouchers for
the expenditure of the same to be certified nnd
approved as hereinafter provided and audited
by the Auditor of State.'
The money herein appropriated for finishing
the new State House, shall be drawn from time
to time, on a warrant of the State Auditor,
based on vouchers, for expenditures duly in
curred, which voucher shall be endorsfd by
the architect ofthe building, and approved by
the superintendent thereof.
The moneys herein appropriated for finish
ing the two new lunatic asylums, shall be
drawn on the warrant ofthe auditor, based on
vouchers for expenditures duly incurred, whi' h
vouchers shall be endorsed by the supfrintend
ent of the building for which the expenditure
was incurred.
Sec. 8. There shall be levied for the fiscal
year A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-five, upon the grand lisi oTthe stnto, in
Hie manner prescribed by the act entitled"'an
act for the assessment and taxation of,alI prop
erty in this sta'e, and for levying tartes thereon,
according to its true value in money," passed
Apri-I thirteenth, one thousand eight hundred
and fif'.y two, for general revenue purposes,
six tenths of a mill en the dollar valuation;
for common school purposes, one and a half
mills on the dollar valuation; and for school
library purposes, one tenth of mirt on the
dollar valuation of the property on the grand
list. , -
For the purchase of two acres of land ad
joining on the east side of tl;e lot upon which,
the blind asylum is located, to be attached to
said lot,-twenty-five hnndred dollars,
eo, 9. ivo money shall be paid our by
eason rf any appropriation herein, exceeding
the .amount lawfully due.
Sec. 10. The-unexpended balance of the
former appropriation for the erection of an in
firmary for the lunatic asylum at Columbus, is
hereby transferred to the general revenue fund
lor the
F. C. LEBLOND,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
ROBERT LEE,
President of the Senate, protem.
May, 1st, 1854.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Preble co., O.
I hereby certify that the foregoing laws art true
oopiea from thoae on file in the orliee of tbeKecre-
JAMES ALBERT, Auditor.

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