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LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 143.] AN ACT Mikiii appropriations fur the year one thou sand ii)jlii hundie.l and lift y-six. [CONCLUDED] For a contingent fund of ilw romrnisainnerol common srhools, six hundred dollars. Kor pitying Henry P. Bowman and U. C. Hark-wooii, to be ditidt-d between tlti'in as they shall aeree, fifty dollais; and for paying Daniel Udelo'l, twelve dollars, their excuses as witness In-line tlit senate- eoiiiiuiuee of ft Centre. Kor p'tving J. C. Frine his expenei. as witness beloie house, invegiieaiinu committee, thirteen ilollxrn and h'ftv cenis. K.ir paring J. D. Called end P. Ileaton, ten iloHur to ttie former, and six to the latter, fot examining the uf w lunatic asylums, the sum ol (ultLil dullars. , For pavinu tlie rent due to K. 8. ilrookH for houses' for storing the arms ot the. state, three hundred and seventy-five dollars. For t'.iyiriK L. 1. Rice for eonviny and record inii tieid notes of survey uud-.r the direction of llii: secretary of stale, live hundred forty-lou dollars and twenty-five cents. For paying John N. Faxon 1 1 is expenses in roing to Litictiinnti to seivc subpreuas, lour doi tali and Ally cents. Sr.cnoN ii. No moiie-ia herehy appropriated shall be drawn from trensuiy of slate, lor ain purpose prior to the time that Hurl) money or moneys shall become due and payable to the per sonseuliiled to receive lliesuine; Provided thai five hundred dollars of the sum appropriated for tile general ejpense of the blind an I deaf and dumb asylum;, 8nJ one thousand dollars of the sums appropriated for each of the lunatic asy lums, snail be a contingent fund, to heexpende I as may be required for said iiisiitulious to b.' drawn quarterly, end vouchers fur the expendi ture of the same to be certified, and approved by the auditor of state, provided that the sum of one hundred dollars of the contingent fund may with the approbation of the trustees be appro priated for procuring a library for each of the two new lunatic asylums. Sfxtios 3. There shall be transferer! from time to time as the same may be required, to pay ap propriations ou the requisition of thesudilor of Male from the sinking fund to the general reve nue, a sum or sums uot exceeding in all the sum of five hundred fifty-four thousand eight hun dred and nine dollars and thirty-two cents. Sec. 4. All a-to or parts of a:ts superceded by or inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. T. lis act shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. LESTER TAYLOR, President of Senate, pro tem. April 11, 1856. [87.] AN ACT To am 'ti l an act entitled net to provide tor the organization o? Cities ami incorporated Villages.' nnd the ant amendatory thereto, passed March ll, 1SS3. Section l. Be il enacted by tin General As sembly of the State of Ohio, Thut section twenty-second of said amendatory act, be so u mended as to read as follows: Sec. 22. That the puwers granted to the council of any city, by section cixly -tour and sixiy hve of the"uctl 10 nrovi.l.i for the ouuiizilioti of cities and incorporated villaces." are hereby trained to the' Louiicils of any incurporaied village. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 8, 1856. [No. 88.] AN ACT To amend the ncl to regulate the Fees of ofli- . er rs in Civil mid Criminal cases. '. Stciiow 1, Be il enacted hv the General As sembly of the Slate of Ohio, That section four teen of the act entitled ' an acl lo regulate the lees of officers in civil and criminal cases," passed March 5, 1831, be. amended no as to read as lollows: lyo. 14. Ihat each county ties each commissioner shall be allowed fi dollars pe.r day for li iu tu r vices, lo be paid out of the couniy treasury as aforesaid. bccrion 2. ihat original section fourteen of the acl afuresaid, be and the same is hereby re pealed. Skltios 3. That the aet .ntitled "an act to commissioner shall be allowed Iwn dollars per day for his services, to be paid out of Ihe conn- ly treasury, upon the order of the county audit- or; except in cuuiiiies in which, by the last fed eral cruatis, lhe. population amounted to one hundred thousand or upwards, in which coun- fix the compensation of the tonimissioners of Hamilton couulv, passed Mirch 20, lbOU, ba passed hurl lhe same is herehv N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 8, 1856.  AN ACT To authorize Seminaries of learning to change their ll amis and become Colleges. Section 1. Be it enacted bvt he General As- em.Iy of ihe iStaie of OAio, That seminaries learning, incorporated by the. general luw special aet, shall have power to change their' names aud become collegia, and after such change, lo confer upon iln-ir graduate! the tisu-j ill degrees granted by colleges; provided that no such change aa herein authorized shall alter in any respect Ihe privileges and respoiinbillties i. . , ' . , ime, ir uiipubeu upon or enjoyed Dy sueni seminaiirs. Sictiom 2. Every seminary availing itself of power herein givn shall, iu making such' change, eiuer a resulmion wiih full minutes of' their action upon ill. ir legular record of lhe1 Axing thereto iis coinnion seal ; and before llielely lake effect of such resolutions, il shall ba accuring transcribed and wiih lhe ac-! coinpanving minutes, and the common leal a hXMlbefi ed in i he nfTirn ,,f ih. ,.m,H., nd the proper ennuty and record, d by that officer and also Bled in the i ffiee of the secretary State lo be recorded hv i,l .e,..r.-. .n 1 .,,! copy of such file or record, duly certified by lhe county recorder or secretary of State, as lhe case may be, shall be evidence In lhe courts of lhe State. Scctiov 3. After making the change herein authorised, suits may ba brought by or against such corporations, in the name assumed in pur tun ii re of this act. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 8, 1856 [No. 137] AN ACT late of tall lo be rliarged bv Ibc Wheeling anil Caiiit Cousulidatid Plank Road Company. SitTioii.' 1 Be it enacted by the Gtnerul As r.emfjfy ol Ohio, That the Wheeling and Cadiz Cous'ilidated Plank Road Company be auihor rn to rrreive from persons Ira.cliug on, nsing said load, the following lolls, lor every im miles travel on said road, und iu lhe propuilioiu for any has dittanee, lo wit : every carriage, sled, &b i,h or other venule drawn by one imrn or cthn animal, hlteen n nt., for each addilional aiiiuml, it n ii .nr, (urewiv horse and rider, eipl.t cents, fui eien horse mule, oi ass, six mouths old or npi.arun, fed or diutn, finr outs, tor uriy Ileal of neat tattle, mouths bid oi upwuidfe, tan ceuib for every lead of hogs, one uiil, for evetv head of iherp. one halt ceul. (or every siag loadi, diawn "oi.e, biiv teuis, pio.iniu inai auy 11 son or p, ibona noing lo and from any pub! worship, on lhe SubUih, f-ueials. militia mui- ten, elections, jurvini u gningtuand from com1 tU troops of the Cmlid S'ales ai,d i.f t hit, Stale n:ay pii cn tuitl j.Ul!: iod fi hem toll. "Sv.cTioB 2. This act to take effect on and af ter its N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 10, 1856. [140.] AN ACT to provide for I he collecting and safe-keeping ol the pttDiic arms. Skctiom I. Bo it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio. That it is here. by made the duty of the Sheriffs of the several counties in the Slate of Ohio, under the direction of the Quarter Muster General to collect toeeth- cr and safely keep iu 'the public buildinits or some suitable place in llieir respective counties all the public arms and acconterments belong ing to the Slate of Ohio (except those in the hands of regular organized volunteer companies) and hold the same subject to the order and di rection of the Quarter Master General. Suction 2. The Quarter Master Uencriil may allow lo 'he she i id's a responsible compensation for the duiiis required by this act to be paid out of the Governor's contingent fund on the order of the Auditor of Stale. Skctics 3. This act to lie in force on and af ter its passage. N. H. VAN VORHES, N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. LESTER TAYLOR. President of the Senate, pro tem. April 11, 1856. [No. 112] AN ACT Authorizing cemetery associations heretofore incorporated, to avail themselves of the pro visions of an act entitled "an act making provision; for the incorporation of cemetery association," passed February 24. 18-18. SrcTtoN I. Be it enBCted bv the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That any cemetery association heretofore incorporated, either by special or general act, may come in under the act entitled ' an act making provision fur the incorporation of cemetery associations," passed February 21. 1618. by their trustees or directors, filing with the county recorder a certificate of on ng wnn ine couniy recorder a ce locate u lr desire and intention so lo do, setting forth Ihe title of the act under which they were 'f.'"- porate. wntcn act snail oe oeemeti iiioperauve n.t ..nlwl bo rt a,,l, nccni-ia t inn frnm lhe timet of filing such intention, whose duty it shall be lo recorn ine same in wi'i manner eei iwiiu ,u the second section of said act, passed February 21, 1318, and thereafter such association shall in all respects be governed by the provisions of this act: Provided, that all the transactions had and rights required by the association under the eel by which they were incorporated before filling their certificate as aforesaid, shall be valid and binding in all respects as though the same had been done under Mid act. Scction 2. This act shall take effect and be iu force from and after its passage. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 10, 1856. [No. 98.] AN ACT risdiction lo amend an act emitted "an act defining the i jurisdiction and regulating the practice of 1 robate Cuurls, passed March 11. lb J.). Section 1. Be it enacted by the General As- scmbly ot tlie ftiale ot unto, liiat in couiiuesi in its state wnere me rrooaie judges naic ju-1 of certain crimes and ofiViires, it I n i r. f .. I ;rlo,u i miMuh line i " Z :Z 7.1a ll h ZiZZ.ii, . m iiilorinatir.il lilefl Dy ine prosecuting auoruejs, because of any defect or error in lire papers or proceeding ol any justice ol peace or mayor, ue-lSenil,e hire vvhom Ihe original ntamiiiation in lliu cbsh was had. frovuleil llt no (Worinauoii snail be Cled by such prosecuting attorney before sucH judge for any olli -nce not specified in the. trans- cutpt from the docket ot tueh justice ol lhe praee or mayor. Rfctios 3. The prosecuting attorney of any such county may file his information original-1 ly in lhe probate courl without a preliminary! Hearing wrore an examininB conn, upoi t ie rT ; judge shall issue his warrent for the arrest of the defendant, who, w.icn arrested, shall be taken Utlore said judge anil thereupon to De recogiiuect ,0 appear at lhe next term of the said court, or in default thereof lo be committed ' " pi me proper county Tllis acl lo be in force from and ufter its passage. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 11, 1856. [No. 145.] AN ACT i To amend a certain act therein named. Srmoit 1. Be il enacted bv the General As- seinbly of the State ot Ohio, That the act enti-: tteu "an del io oineiiu an act eniiueo an aci j to piovide lor the organization of cities and in- corporatea villages passei May J, looi, onu tut, several acts amendatory thereof and supplemrn-1 tary thereto" passed April 5lh 1856, shall tab effect on the passage heieof, and be of the same force hr if nac.sed nrinr lo the firnl day of Anril I im: - ; ,;.i ,. ,i,a aru nnt. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. LESTER TAYLOR, President of the Senate. April 8, 1856. [No. 146.] AN ACT ' To protect lhe investments of municipal corpo rations in Ihe slock of Railroad Companies. Sfctioh I. Be it enacted by the Ganeral As sembly of the State of Ohio, "That no railroad incorporated under me general laws ' roinnanv :. ------ o - - of this blale, or that may hereafter be created I B,,d orporated under said laws, snail con the tl,ucl'! railroad, or branch ihereol or any ''! ell"r wllhl lh. I'ml,s of Athens or Washington county in this State unless a ma seminary. i J""'' jt lho qualified viers of an id county ?'""! l''ious!y assent thereto in the inauntr nereiuafier provided. Provided that this section ' ,h" "ot "PP'T ,0 p,,rh roads as are located, " raniraci, mill nave aa mucn our mile graded BicnoN i. . "en0" t, ootti ol dire . Upon written application of the ctors of any company proposing to constiuct its road in either of said counties the commissioners of such county may submit the question lo the qualified voters of the couniy, who (hull vole a primed or wiiitrn ticket : for construction, or against construction, either al the annual spring or fall election, by giving at least thirty das public notice in one or more lie., spa wit of general circulation in said coun ty, and if, at such election, a majority of the legal voles cast shall be in favor of permitting the constiuctton ol oiich mad, the company shall iiroeeed lo build il, subject to the provis ions of the act for the creation and regulation ol iinorpoiatid companies, pasted May 162. KtcTtoN 3. This acl shall take effect from and after its passage, and shall be in force for the pe riod of five years, from the taking effect thereof. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. LESTER TAYLOR, President of the Senate, pro tem. April 10, 1856. [No. 120.] AN ACT six by c In addition lo the several acts iu itlation the courts of justice and their poucis and du ties. huriON 1. Be it enacted hv Ihe Genera) As stmblv of lhe Slate nf Ohio, That the courts common pleas shull have jurisdiction lo enjoin the illegul afse6smenl of taxes, and the collec tion of taxes illegally ussetad; und of aclicuit to lecover back the amount of fuch laxes may ha.e been or shall licreafier be collected, without regard to the amount thereof. CttTiOK 2. Actions to rnjoiu the illegal setsmeiil of taxes shall be brought against ruuuty auditor, and biro a&iul any uiuuicips corporation for whose use or benefit the assess-1 incut may be made ; where such assessment may not go on to the county duplicate, the action shall be against the corporation making Ihe same; actions the collection of taxes shall be brought against Ihe officer having the collection thereof; and actions lo recover back such taxes after llie collection of the same against the offi cer making ihe collections ; or, in case of his death, against his personal representatives; and wheie the taxea are not collected on the county duplicate, the corporation making the assessment shall also be made defendant ; but no recovery ahull be had unless the action be brought with in one year after the taxes shall have been collec ted. Sectios 3. When an action shall he. brought to enjoin the collection of taxes, bond shall be given as ill oilier costs ; if the plaintiff shall admit a part of the taxea to have been legally assessed, he shall first pay or lender the sum ail miller! to- be legally due; and the injunction snail be a sufficient justification ol the otttcer having the collection of such taxes or not col lecttng the same. Section 4. A petition in error, in the nature of a bill of review, my on leave of the supreme court or any judge thereof, be filed in the su preme court to reverse or modify any decree in chancery that heretofore has been or that here after shell be remk'retl in any district court in Ibis State, in which the title, to real estate is in controversy, or the amount in controversy is not less thon five hundred dollars, and the proceed ings upon said petition in error shall in all re spects be governed by the act of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, passed February 24, 1848, entitled "an act to dispense with the necessity of copying the papers in bills of review end for other purposes,' and the act of March 18, 1851, entitled " an act lo amend the act di recting the mode of proceeding in chancery,' provided however, that the provisions of this section shall not extend to suits that shall have been commenced since the first day of July, A. D. 1853; and provided also, that said peti tion in error shall be tiled upon within three years from ihe time of rendition of said decree so sought lo be reversed or modified. Section 5. Whenever, in the opinon of any , of ,he cour, of cnmmon eas ,he pilblic i ;.,,,Vr. cl, ;, :, ,i. ;,i .., i' n .. point , assislBn pruse'cuting attorney lo aid j h prosecution of such offense as to lhe court . .. r . . . shall seein proper, and the county commission ers shall pay for the services of such assistant prosecuting attorney so rendered, such compen sation as to them shall seem just end proper, i , . . nnrj hv , N. H. VAN NORHES, Speaker the House of THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 10, 1856. [No. 150.] AN ACT For the appinntmut of three joint investigating cuiiiiuiiieeB ueiiuing ineir powers aim pre scribing their duties. Sectioii 1. Be tl enacltd bv thcGenaral As semWy of the Stale of Ohio, That Robert VV. Taylor of the Senate and Benjamin F. Smith ana Jolin ft. bennetl ol lhe House of Represen tatives, be, and they arc hereby appointed a jint comiiltrc o ,t.e General Assembly, on Fjn.nce , ,vh0!l(, tUltv n shM (ri lhe rt.C(.ss of the General Assembly to investigate all lhe transactions of the public agents who now havi or uerelo(ore have hllll lhe cust0(ty or ,iisbllrse rneU of h,ic j , ,hert,0r I V , l,url a. u. aiijuurneo session ine resun i " ' r investigations and tne true condu tons i of ,,, fmiinc f ,he Slale , Stc. o ThU Corn-lius S. Hamillon of the Hn, Pa Wealherl.y and John A. Blair ()f Inp louse of Representatives, be, ond they Bre hfI(,by Bppoiinw a joill, colnllliure 0f lhe Gellerlli aswinblv on the public w orks whosa ,,, it thM ,,,- thl, rcctw f lh Qen-ral Ai.(.trMv fl v , iu.s,ip,ill(, ,, iranac- lions and expenditures of lhe board of public w irks ai.d make report thereon at the adjourned sr ason. i n Si)a8 ,r()n ,m Isaac Braylnn of the House of Representative, b und Ihey are hereby ap- poilpj a jjnl Connnittee of ihe. General As-1 M n bHc instilulions aml buildiiics. w j h b;. d . . f . Fpi nditures about tlie new state house, the. penitentiary, lhe three lunatic asylums, the blind and the deaf and dumb asy lums and to make report at lhe adjourned session ol the General Assembly. Six. 4. That each of said committees, a ma jority of whom shall be a quorum for lhe trans action of business, shall be authorized to exam ine such of the public officer., bouks and papers in the same as they may severally deem necessa ry and proiwr, and also lo compel lhe attend ance of person, and the production of books and General Assembly fully lo investigate all the i transactions and expenditures about the new pacr6i - y Sic. 5. Thai each of said committees are an- ihrHvle( n ,,plov a cleik or accountani if they fil)( u nPC,.F51I). ,0 1)poin, one of their number chai,man who is authorized lo administer oalhs. . to issue process to compel the attendance of wit nesses which may be served by any sheriff, ser geant at aims, of eiiher branch of the geneial as sembly or other person appointed by such com mittees. Sic. 6. That each of said committee shall have all the powers of a court of record to pnn- isn oy nue ana imprisonment any person lor ills obedience lo i is process, refusal lo testily, or other contempt of its authority. Srx. 7. The sum of fil teen hundred dollars is hereby appropriated lo pay the current expenses incident to lhe execution of this act, which shall be drawn by lhe chairman of said committees as required for that purpose, upon the order of tne auditor ; anu snoutd any ol said committee men, for any reason, be unable to perform their duties under this act, the governor shall then ap point some oilier members of the general assem bly to act in his place. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. LESTER TAYLOR, President of the Senate, pro. tem. April 3, 1856. [No. 151.] AN ACT 1, I' of at- as lhe To tax banks and banking companies iucorpora ted under the act entitled " an acl to incor porate the Slate Bank of Ohio and other banking companies," passed February 24th, 1615. Sfctio I. Bo it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That it shall be the duty of the president and cashier of each bank ing company organized under the act entitled "an act lo incorporate the state bank of Ohio and other banking companies," passed February VI, 1915, on ur before the second Monday May, in each year, to make out under oath, and return lo the proper assessor of the township, town or ward where such company is located, certificate containinga statement of the amount of Ihe capital stock of such company paid and remaining aa capital slock undiminished losses,or otherwise, together with the amount surplus and contingent fund and undivided profits accrued prior lo the first Monday of Ihe preceding November, as Ihe same were on the day preceding the second Monday iu April, prior lo the said second Monday in May ; and the amount so relumed shall be placed on the coun ty duplicate, and on Ihe. city duplicate, where city taxea are collected on a separate duplicate. and laxed be other personal property in the same township, town, Milage or waul may be taxed by law. In making the certificate aforesaid, any pin lion ol said capital stock, surplus or contin gent fund or undivided profits invested in real estate which is subject lo taxation under laws of t li its slate, may be deducted, but certificate shall specify the amount so deduct rd. Ssc. 2. Each assessor of any township ward wiihiu the limits of which any such bank ur banking company may tie located, in case any president or cashier of such hank or banking company shall refuse or neglect lo make out, and deliver to the assessor the statement herein re quired, after the provisions of this act shall have Deen accepted by sucn DanK as hcreinaiier pro vided, shall, as in other cases ascertain Ihe a mount of such capital slock, surplus and contin gent fund and undivided profits, and shall return uiesame lo tne county auditor, or to sucn oilier officer as the law regulating his duties may re quire, and the amount thus ascertained, with the addition of fifty per centum thereof, shall be en tered upon the proper duplicate for taxation ; provided, that in cases where city taxes are as sessed and collected by the city authorities, ihe taxes upon banks, ns provided for in this act, shall be assessed and collected the same as city taxes upon other property for the lime being are assessed and collected in such city. Sir. 3. It shall be the duty of every assessor in whose jurisdiction there shall be located any such bank or banking eoinpnny, to leave with some proper orheer ol such bank or banking company, a notice lo moke out and deliver the sluteineut required in the first section of this act. Sec. 4. That ench and every bank or banking company accepting the provisions of this act shall make out and transmit a certificate thereof to the auditor of the county in which such bank or banking company is loculcd and shull also transmit a certified copy of such acceptance to the auditor of state who shall file the same in his office. Sec. 5. This act shall not be constructed to repeal the sixteenth (sixtieth section of the act "to incorporate the slate bank of Ohio and other banking companies" aforesaid, but to suspend the operation of said section as to the several companies accepting the provisions hereof dur ing the time Ihcy shall continue lo be taxed as provided in this act. N. H. VAN VORHES, the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 8, 1856. [No. 138.] AN ACT Supplementary to an act "to prescribe the times for holding the court of common pleas in the third sub-division of the fifth judicial dis trict," passed February 8, 1856. Section 1. Bj it enacted bv lhe General As sembly of theSlaleol Ohio, that at tlie terms ol , Franklin county commencing on the second Fri day after Ihe third Tuesday of January, no civil ' - -- .'--- w- , business shall be transacted requiring the inter-; I'snfinn nF a utrir i r Inn f v it m inn I uiil lit VV It- . n '' .,, ,i;rt, i: ; ninny cases standing on default, cases tried hv I the courl by consent of parties and other cases ' oii default, for enquiry of damages, in I which cases if eiiher party.demand a jury, the shall order that a jury be empanueled forth-' with to make such enquiry. Six. 2. That the second section of an act entitled an act to prescribe the limes for hold ing the court of common pleas for the third sub division of lhe fifth judicial district, passed February 8, 1656, be and the same is hereby repealed. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. President of the Senate. April 8, 1856. [No. 117.] AN ACT Supplementary lo an act entitled an "act to pre- vent nuisances." nassed 28. 1831. Section 1. Be it enacted by lhe General As- semoiy cm u e o e oi vjriio, ... oi. or owners, lesce or lesees occupier or occupiers foreman or siiiwrintendent of any distillery in this Stale, who shall keep any hog's or other ani- mals. shall suffer or ocrmit fuch distillery or the place or places where such hogs or other animals hall be kept, to remain unclean between Ihe firsl day of April and the first day of October of any year, to lhe annoyance of the citizens of this statu or any of ilu'in. every person so olluiiding shall forfeit ami pay for every such offence, sum not less than live dollars nor more than lil'iv dollars, together with costs of suit. And if said, nuisance be not removed and abated within fiv days after the institution of such suit.the con tuiiiance of such nuisance shall be rleemetl a second oflnce against the provisions of this act; I and every like m-elect of each succeeding live d . .. collsi(en,( on additional ollcnce against the provtMons of this act. lc t. that all nttences against me provis ions of this act 6hall be prosecuted by action be-; fore a justice of lhe peace of the township where- in such nuisance may be situate, in the name and lor the. use of such townshio: and for all fur-i I'.. In, ,! .lii,.c ..rrii.lnii iindHr 1 1 1 i s act. shall be paid into the treasury of the proper town ship for the useol the poor therein. Sec. 2. This act shall tuke effect from the day of the thereof. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 10, 1856. [No. 153] AN ACT aking appropriations to pay certain deficien cies in former appropriations. of a in ol the the or Stcnos 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the Stale of Ohio. That the following sums in addition to former appropriations, be, eeneral revenue fund, not otherwise appiopria led, for the several purposes hereinafter specifi ed : To pay balances due for labor on and materi als delivered for lhe new state house, previously lo the first day ot March, in the present year, and they are liereuy appropriated, lo oe paid out' of any moneys in the treasury belonging to the Ute Bum ot one hundred and eleven ihouband eight (luiiciieii anu eigniy-eigni aoiiaia anu wirrc urn '5. To pay amount overdrawn previously to the fifteenih dav of November eighteen hundred and r ' "1 r .l. nity-nve, on account 01 expends o. ui r .......-..y , v two hundred ana BlXly-lwo dollars and eighty cents. 10 pay Da lances nue contractors on ine nuo-i lie works of the state on lhe fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and filty-Oee, as by checks outstanding on that day, Ihe sum ot suttv-nve thousand tnrcc hunureu aim sixty-mne dollars and sixty-one cents. To pay the amount duo on the contract be tween the board ot public works anu tne county commissioners of Muskingum couniy, relative to a certain draw bridge, the sum of six hundred and seventy-two dollars and nineteen cents. To pay lho balance due on the fifteenth day of: November last, on account of superintendence and repairs on section number five, the sum of sixty dollars and twenty-five cents. To pay balances due on accounts unsettled on the fifteenth clay of November lasl, for superin lendauce and repairs on section number six, sum not exceeding two thousand dollars. lo pay the balance clue tne contractor tor re buildinc the head uates at Port Jefferson and locks number twt niy-four and thirty north of liOrainiesbuiuiuit, tlie sum ol eighteen nunureii and seventy-two dollars and scventy-lhree cents. To pay balances due on the fifteeuth day of November last on unsettled accounts or superin tendence and repairs ou section number seven of Ihe public works a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars. To pay engineer, special superintendent, fees of attorney and incidental expenses on said sec tion number seven, the sum of three hundred and twentv-nve dollars. To pay damages awarded on account of land included in the Mercer county reservoir, lhe followingsums to be paid to lhe following par lies : Namely : To the Ohio life insurance and trust company the sum of twelve hundred and eighty dollurs. To Smiley and Wilkins, one hundred and eighty-jix dollar! and four cents being an award for balance on contract lor repairs. To nay balance for 6up .rint udance and is puirs the sum of three hundred und furty-foio; dollars and seven ceuts. To pay E. & O. Kaiibaukj for neigh locki scales lhe Finn of liflet'ii hundred dollars. T.l nnv ineiileulal exnenses of tlf b'liiri' publio works incurred before the fifteenth day of J November last, a sum not exceeding one thous-j anil uoiiars. - To pay checks issued since the fifteenth day of November last and balance for which checks have not been issued on account of repairs of public works done previously to that day, thai sum ot uitrty-iwo inousnini nine nunured ana thirty five dollars and thirty-eight cents To pay Oliver P. Boyer Ihe balance of his ac count for furniture made for lhe Dayton Lunatic Asylum the sum of three hundred and nine dol lars and forty-seven cents. To pay Osgood, Blake and Knapp for printing jobs for lhe Slate in the month of March, eigh teen hundred and fidy-four, the sum of one hun dred and sixty-nine dollars. Sec. 2. The auditor of state shull retain Iwen-(y-flve percent, of each and every sum or bal ance ccriified by the present superintendent of Ihe new stale house, on account of work hetelo- forc done on said building, or on account of materials heretofore delivered thereof, until the commissioners and the architect to be appointed under the provisions of the act of the present session of the general assembly, entitled "an act lo provide for prosecuting lhe work on the new state house." 6cc , shall have examined the con tracts made for such work und materials, and the character and voltie thereof, and shall bo satis fled that such contracts were fair, and the prices and character and quality of such work anil ma terials conform to such contructs, and shall cer lily or cause to he certified their satisfaction with the same; whereupon the auditor shall bo authorized to pay the. twenty live per centum so as aforesaid retained. Ssotion 3. The provitions of tlie foregoing section shall extend to and govern the pay ment of the per ccntage required to be re tained by the act " to pny the indebtedness of the Benevolent Institutions and the New Stale House," passed at the present session of the General Assembly ; provided, tbnt in cases of claims on account of work and ma terials for the two New Lunatic Asylums, the examination and certificates required by said section, shall be made by the trustees thereof respectively. Section 4. The provisions of sections two and three of this act shall be construed to fx lend lo all claims lor work aone, or materials furnished, or services rendered for, or lo the j xr,. o,, tr..- 1 ii. A ,.l..,u .,( aim ui.to iiuusq vi IIIC liUll.llu iintiuui. ai. n , j xr v...... .hihr Jn,;.. tl, 1 J . . . . . " i trfciiun ur iur luu mutuif dhuuo ui 1110 bhuic, which have been or maybe presented to the commissioners of the Slate Housj or the trus star.ding tees of said Lunatic Asylums, so that all such claims, after the examination and approval re cottrl quired, in said sicond and third sections, be paid in full to the extent of thr appropriations herein and heretofore made. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. Aiditor's Okfick, Perrvsiii-ro. ) April 12, 135G. ) I certify that the foregoing laws are correct accoiding to the copies certified lo by the Secretary of State and furnished to this ofl'ce me contractor lor me taws in JAS. W. ROSS. Third and List Vail. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. Tlie Biib-eriWr " wishing to clone his nnrspry business .would very rrpectfnlly nay to iho-? - who are in want of fine thrifty Afple TriPt of the rhoi- Titrit'iiHH oi grareu iruu, in r:iii hi once at ,h(, s,imi Nura,.fy. fr ,lely, .re dangerous.- Selling low fur cash and prompt pay. L A. S.U1TT. ' Miami. March 29, St WATEUV1LLE WOOLEN FACTORY. The suhcribers Mill continue the Woulen Far- t ry, in WaUTville, Luohs county. Ohio, nufi me invpH'e i to mnnnfjictiirv fn-ni the tWce, all kin.'H nf WOOLKX GOODS, Mich n Cluih, Sat im-ttn. Tweeds, FIhiiiil'Iw, liluiikitK Vnrn. Ac., by the j ard, ir on shares, in Mirli a nninner, 1 haL will if ivp tfood sitiht"ucii- n to all ihosu who will fav.ir ih m witti I heir patrouare I nev will Ke,-i) oil iiai.n n hi:i.iiiv ri ine RnnvM articles, to exehantfe for wmil. i Cardmir and Spitininir done at short notice, at 16 cents per poun.i of yam. Cuf.in Cardiujr and Clott. Dressing done a. ckiial at short uotice. 3 fW,- will pay the highest market priee for wont in cash. Alo all kinds ef mnrkft'trile pru duec taken in ile liango for work and el"th. ST A DUES .1- PRAY. WaterviHe. May 1" . I SSIl Iv. roMiimtt i.vl cni.i.Ki.K. COLL'.MUl S, OHIO. The mott Thorough .f- Practical Institution in 1, It t "u TEH.MS. Korfull courBclneludingall deparlmeiito oi oon necping. uciura ouu i enuminii, mt"ij - jK"-"" fK,i rpilK I'lUll'ltlKTOKS lake! great plea.ur. in .x- 1 prenin their ih.nk. lor the gratifying ami unnre-j cedented iiiccew which ha marked the career of their institution since iu establishment at ihe Capitil. and stimulates them to renewed exertions to meet, in Me moet ifficimt manner, the rapidly increasing demands for a! ......-.... -nil .,.,r.J,.... ...... r,t mrfnntil train- j fhe great practical experience of the Principal, 1 m neftrv uankin anu t.ommerciai nouses, BMisira uy ! educated and acconidtbhe:l tjntlemen, hn enabled him ' " hJg to a degree of pertuetion a ny.tem of l-'OUN-- TING ROOM lnitruution. bv oral exerciien, not T- - m BY ASf QJUf.R INiTITL-TIOK. Kw.h BtuAt:nti Uy lMh mw proctas, l9 arinea ai mo i'loa, mutuwHnitif , ttVp hv iep. until he ha mastered the whole routine of an Accountant's duties as thoroughly a though he had i'r'"''-"" : - giotis blunders are, in a great measure, dissipated. at.d;,;or, to our engagement of accomplished as evidenced I sistants, wg ha'e also securer the service of some of the mom eminent lecturers in inno to icouro ujion nsi- nieruiul topics. ud full discussion of its scientific priociples Lectures One course, of instruction Is loo extended to narticu- lurise here, but it embrace every thing connected with' LIOI. BLE EMU T llUtln. sttruu, nun a ireo, upon Commercial Uintorv, and HiMorv of eminent C'om murcial Men, Commercial Geography, Commercial Product, -womniercml Calculation.., .bunking, roiiiieai Economy, Mercantile Law, Lti.ics of Trade, Peuman hin, kv. The Ladles' Department a Is now open for the reeuptton of Ladici. N inatitu tion in the Union imparts a more thorough or interest ir.r ottrKn In t.iira dernartnient. In conclusion, we would atld, that we shall put forth our bwt effort to merit in a mill more eminent decree the flattcritiR reception with which our enterprise has met, and pttdge ottrsefvtM to impart a more thorough praclica course of Mercantile Instruction than can be formed at any other similar College. Among the many recommendations, wc give the fol lowing ; " We the undersigned, take plrasurcin teatifyng that we are personally acquainted with Mr. Ghami ek'k abil ity as an Accountant, and Teat her of Book Keeping, which is of the highest order. He has had groat expe rience aaun Accountant, in heavy Commercial and Hunk lug Hous?, which gives him superior facilities inim parting a practical knowledge of Book Keeping, and thorough Commercial Education. I. J. ALLEN, LL.I.. President of Farmers' Colleg. LOIUN ANDUEWS, Pn-itident of Kenyon College. jll To young men who wish to acquire i business edu cation," we think it atford facilities seldom equaled. Mr. Granger has the rare qualification of theoretical L..1(.HLrt and antneiH in teacliinc, added to practical Counting Itooin experience, and we fi cl confident that graduates from hi College will he fully competent keep the jboW complicaiea set oj oooxs. A. V. STONE, Wholesale & Retail Merchant. J. J . J A N N E Y , Heu. U'd Control, S.Uank Ohio. J. p. PARK, ltook Keeper at IJ. T. WoodhurvV I). OVKKDIEK, Rook Ki eprr. Clinton Rank. II. t MILES, Sec. C-.lunihub Gum Ai Co. . R. M ASON, H'U Kicprrlor J.H .HilvjA, Co por full partirulars, nrnd for t'irrular i.H.;ru h RMSTKON? . BUSINESS CARDS. ( R . A . CROSS. Dealer in Walchet, Cloeii, Jetnlrif, Silver van. Plated and Britania wart, Pocket Cutlery o Fancy Ootids, Wayne St., Maumet City, Ohio. C WATCHES, Clock.. J-e., repaired c t .Vj on snori nonco. ur. u. is ancxperi enced and Dractical Workman, and those favorljg him with their pat rnnnire. mar depend upon haviur their work faithfully done. t. MWoiifiriEiMK7 Attorneys and Counsellors at Low, and Agents for the purchase and salt of Jyands and payment of Taxes. PERRYSHURO, WOOD COUNTY. OHIO 4SO. J, MANOR, TH08. A LA.fl MANOR Si LANE, Attorntyt at Law. ty Office In Duell Bleck, Toledo, Ohio. AMERICAN HOUSE, J09EP LANGENDERFER, Proprietor, Corner of Dudley A Conant-sla , Maumec Cily.O I. 4. rBlNCH N. W. SAItlFI.B. FRENCH & DANIELS, t TT0RNEY8 AT LAW AND LAND AGENTS. MR. DANIELS, is NOTARY TUBUC, AND Commimoner for the States nf Nao York, Virginia, rmmylrmiia and Rhode Ieland. Office in Walla' Block, Summit St., Toledo, Ohio L. FULl.kH M B. 1)0 V LK. FULLER & DOYLE, Attorneys C- Counsellors at Law, AND GENERAL AGENT8, COHNEIl CF SUMMIT AND MONROE STREETS TOLEDO, OHIO. J. LFULLKll :zL"l" KuTAay Public .TAMES 1"50'()TIT, HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURER, AND UEALEa IS Hate, Cape, Fun, Skirt Coltnre, Craratt, Socke, etc. Hats Repaired. Hats Scurfed. and everv thinir belong-iiia; t" the Hat and Cap department done with lleotnes and disnatell c , , , Ro" doors above Adam at., and neat door to Hunker': Confectionery store. Toledo, Oct. 2tl, 1855. J. BOOTII. f. ' mTlleST co Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, I lard tea re. Crockery, Boots ri Shoes, Vhthiny, Iron, Xaite, Glass, Suit, dVf fv. They respectfully solicit a hare of public pat rotiHgu. Store, forioorly occupied by rl. I). IVck 5 Oo , on Front trc(t Perry a " mx. Jan. J4. l.r)6. J.A.MKS CODWIN. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries Boots t Shoes, Heady Made Vlothina, l'ork, licef. Potatoes, Outs, tV, fr, PfLLINO AT VNfSfAL l.OtV PhICES. Peiryhur)r. .Ian. 2S ISSfi. Ifitf. UEXRYC." FKKN 17 """ CIIKAI' P li o n t o g r a h y und A in brotypc (i A I. J. K li Y , Summit tnit, It'ticem Ouk and Adam sis. Tulnlt), Ohio. ' Anibrotypes, cims included, from 8He tofcla. I'lioniogrnphs fioin 2.110 to S'JS.OO. Hpril5'o6 ly. I a . i: . w. i n j; vr w lion Founder aud Mfa.chtnit, Hun on hand an extensive anil approved asBorhnent . j ot I'Hit()n-( (or i 51 ILL GKAIMMJ, CATS &- SII.S. V K H A X IJ A S , and ratinis ifenerallv . shnrl notice, m.J in Etna 1kn Foi nukv, N O V 1 S Wo! It done lo order on i satisfaelory n aimer. Macmkk i'liv, Ohm T 11 K T 1 M I la purchaM- i-kavk ptoxk.-; in Mourner City. ! have inn1 hundred mi of Muthle Grave Stone on h-rthd , t hi h 1 hid hound to nil I lower than Htonu h.'iH ever hefulf heeo sold 111 tlitH Section of Coun try, as I nm d trr mined to rr I rid ol llietn for On piirpoH of oiii'r into oilier hn iite-A My hnp in jUM son, h of M. NeeCe-'b Factor v . ll' iir lhe oil mill. Apiil if (.:VEONWYEl'S. a rn.iY nnuAKV" of mmuTt WOnKS, kept hy Wm. HOUSTON, incliuliug Fowlei'b Wm kit on Phn-uology. DuctorDuiM on Eiectric.il I'sjc-hulogy. works on Muti-it itMii hiu Si'it ntv, Miii Physiology. 1 heirc wtuk-i Are lent to ihoe d"in ux wf impro- in' ' heir intelli ctual p wers. Perry hli'ir, npt 7 1 I t ii ( , Xn '1 oi 1. at d Vttthr in Mullein Till.: 1'ltriP!, pip T f'K OR GREGORY'S INSTANT CURE o PAIN For WiM-rn Ohio, ludieitia. Iowa. Missouri, Vir ; 1 '! r" V.. " al lh "u'n Iti-eni i.f I'. w . Mot D, & CO. We keen a siini.lv rnnatanilT on hand. All , Dca'e r in ilediei: e supplied ou iuil reanooat.le i t, rlu , T1.I-. very r.lual.le and pepular medicine h- " rep........... a.... oeea. - , comraer.datloi. from il. Orders solicited ' and p omptly nilea. ,., I Asknts: H. Burritt. P. 0. Holt, Maumee, O , i C. Y et, St Co., and J. M Ashley, Toledo, 0-. 8. N. Beech A Co., Geo. A J. Powers, Perrysburg, , Ol, i r. BOYD, STONE CO., Proprietor, oi the Buok,coD8iMin of School Books of all kii An aJfin j.auo, tree it, rniicn, tei man, ana tuenigu- er Malhematiral works lie alto has the standard p0uU( UiHtori, Biographica, Travels, New and i Popular wot kit, etc , etc , ir;;t'iiicr witn cum me u Maumee City, Ohio. BOOKS! BO OKSH B 0 OKS !.'.' Freh arrivals weekly at Holt's Book Store, sign lanes and notes on the Seriptures; works on The ology, AunuaU, Gift, Cook, for all seasons and ages, a laige assortment of HOI IDAY GIFTS, and TOY BOOKS with beautiful pictures for the children. Of Stallot try, be has the beat the eas- i tcm mark' t HtTjrdH and in irreat variety. INKS Black. Blue, lied, rariniue, A mold's and JIrrisoir f luid, UopTllig, I udelliblo, etc. GOLD PENS, Mammoth, al, Ladies, tj-c, at I 1 1 1 lXKRY a EogroBbing, Comtner MULI'B. 0. I'KKKIN, Manufacturer of all styles of Carriages and Wagons: also, Hall dk Post's Cultivator, warranted tn do double the amount of work of anj ordinary cultivator. Shop on Front street, oppo- to site SpatFord's Uutd, Perryhburg, Ohio. k DKESS MAKING. UBS. C. BWITZEK thanks the ladies of Maumee and vicinity for thi:ir kind and liberal patronage, and respect fully solicit a continuance of the same From long cxperieuce, tho feels assured of be ing able to give universal satisfaction. Dresses and Sonnets made in the Latest Styles. Alfco plain Straw, Leghorn, French, and Neapoli tan braid ; gentlemeu' Straw and Pauama hats, renovated in the roost satisfactory manner aud on liberal terms. Produce taken in exchange for work. Second door went of Prohyteri n Church, near the corner of Hroadway and Conantsts apr 19-27 "viPEirs " TOLEDO BOOK BINDERY, Bliee Buildino same floor of Anurtue & Jaegcr'e Steam Printing Ilouie. Binding in all of ila various departmenta, exe cuted promptly, at fair prices, arjd in a stylo not to be surpassed in tha West. The Proprietor would beg particularly to impresa upon tha pub lie the fact that ho use. FAR BETTER STOfX: lhan any similar establishment in this vicinity and it ia hia intention to render all uf his work, diHtinguished alike for itaWeauty aod durability. ULANK BOOKS for Banks, Insurance compa nies, Forwarders, County Officers, dc, made at tha shortest notice. Magiiiir.es and Old Booka bound to patterns. Onu of Town's l'ateot PiUlNQ Mrnirii3, fet aging Blunk Bocks, is in operation at bi:' taint- 'el. 'vll, 1.,'.. ' P1 liMhmunt