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"SJM VR-;.'-rF-'. Vt i- - k TERMS-- 1,50 IN xDVANCE. CADIZ, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, HAY 19, 1352. VOLUME 19--N0.5. 1 1 li 11 I1 II I - in I L J 1 P j 1 JU U 9 o "V, - - . -- r- --- . .. , I LAWS OF 0 II 1.0. "YpUBL AN ACT to apportion tlie Slate of Ohio into Congressional Districts. Skc. 1 . Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That this State shall be divided into tweuty-one districts, for the election of Representa tives to Congress, and each district shall choose one representative, in the manner following, to wit: The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, iiinth, tenth, eleventh, and thirteenth wards of the city of Cincinnati, as they are now constituted, the townships of Fulton, Spencer, Columbia, Anderson, Sycamore, Symmcs, and the eastern pre cinct of Mill Creek, in the county of Ham ilton, shall compose the first district. The sixth, seventh, eighth, twelfth, fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth wards of the city of Cincinnati, as they are now constituted, the townships of Storrs, Del hi, Green, Miami, Whitewater, Crosby, Colerain, Springfield, and the balance of Mill Creek, in the county of Hamilton, shall compose the second district. .. Tho counties of Butler, Preble, and Montgomery, shall compose the third dis rict. The counties of Miami, Dark, Shelby, Auglaize, Mercer, and Allen, bhall com pose the fourth district. The counties of Van Wert, Paulding, Putnam, Defiance, Williams, Fulton, Lu cas, WooJ, Henry, and Hancock, shall compose the fifth district. The counties of Clermont, Bruwn, Highland, and Adams, shall compose the sixth district. The counties of Warren, Clinton, Greene, Fayette, and Madison, shall compose the seventh district. The counties of Claik, Champaign, Lo gan, Union, mid Delaware, shall com pose the eighth oistrict. The counties of Hardin, Marion, Wy andot, Crawford, Semen, Sandusky, and Ottowa, shall compose the ninth district. The counties of Scioto, Lawrence, Gal lia, Jackson, Pike, and Ross, shall com pose lie tenth district. The counties of Fairf.ehl, Pciry, A thens, Vinton, and Meigs, shall compose. the eleventh district. The counties of Franklin, Licking, and Pickaway, shall compose. the twell'di dis trict. The counties of Morrow, R.chliuul, Hu ron, and Erie, shall compose the thimcnih district. The counties of Lorain, Medina, Wayne, and Ashland, shall compose iho four teenth district. The counties of Tuscarawas, Knox, Coshocton, and Holmes, thnll compose the lifue-nlll district. , ,TI:c counties of Morgan, Washington, and Muskingum, shall constitute the six teenth district. The counties of Belmont, Guernsey, Monroe, and Noble, shall compose the seventeenth district. The counties of Portage, Stark, and Summit, shall cenr.pot-c the eighteen h district. The counties of Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geiiaga, shall compose the ninetc. nth district. The counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull, and Mahoning, shall compose the twen tieth district. The counties of Columbians, Jcficrson, Carroll, and Harrison, shall compose the twenty-first district. Alixlmd nf Cui':raakutl Di.slii Ix. " 1st District 1st" 2d, 3.1, 4di, 6.h, -!. 10th, 11th and 13.h wards of the city ot Cincinnati, 64,1 18; eastern precinct ot Mill Creek, Fulton, Spencer, Columbia, An-. . clcrson, Symmes, and Sycamore town ships, in Hamilton county, 10,19480, 312. 2d District Gtli, 7th, 14th, 1 5th, ICih, 8th, and 12th wards of the city of Cincinnati, 61,423; balance of Mill Creek, Storrs, Delhi, Green, Miami, Whitewater, Crosbv, Colerain, and Springfield town shipsin Hamilton county, 25,1 15 76, 538. . 3d District Butler, 30,794; Pre ' blc, 21,748; Montgomery, 30,21790, 750. 4ihDistrict-r-Miami, 24,957; Darke, 20,277; Shelby, 13,956; Auglaize, 11, 341; Mercer, 7,712; Allen, 12,1 16 90, 359. 5th Distiict Van Wert, 4,793; Paulding, 1,766; Putnam 7,221, Henry, 3,432; Defiance, C.9C6; Williams, 0,018; Fulton, 7,780; Lucas, 12,301; Wood, 9, JC5, Hancock, 16,774-78,296. Gth District Clermont, 30,449, Brown, 27,-, 334; Highland, 25,781; Adams, 18,943 r 102,507. 7th District Wanen 25, 60; Clinton 10,037; Greene, 21,947; Fayette, 12,736; Madison, 10,01289, 092. Olh District Clark, 22,174; Cham paign, 19,743; Logan, 19,168; Union, 2 '205: Delaware. 21.01495, 104. 9th District Hardin, 8,251; Marion, 12,554; j Wyandot, 11,169; Crawford, 18,177; Se neca, 27,105; Sandusky, 14,529; Ottowa, 3,31095,095. 10th Distiict Scioto, 18 729,; Pike, 10,955; Lawrence, 15,247; Gailia, 17,064; Jackson, 12,724; Ross, 82 084 106,803. 11th District Per ry 20,774; Athens, 1 8,217; Vinton, 9, 353; Fairfield, 30,257; Hocking, 14,1 19 110,280. 12th District Franklin, 42, 880; Licking, 38,845; Pickaway, 21,1 10 102,835. 13th District Morrow, 20, 240; Richland, 30,877; Huron, 26,203; Erie, 18,578 95,898. 14lh District Lorain, 26,091; Medina, 24,433; Wayne, 33,045; Ashland 23,820107,395, 15th District Tuscarawas, 31,722; Holmes, 20,458; Coshocton, 25,671; Knox, 28,- 870106,721. . 16th District Mus- kin-mm, 45,053; Morgan, 23,460; Wash ington, 26,81295,325. 17th District --Belmont, 34,599; Guernsey, 25,474; Monroe, 23,367; Nobje, 18,960102, 400. 18th District Portage, 24,387; Stark, 39,888; Summit, 27,48191,756. 19th District. Cuyahoga, 40,105; Lake, 14.655; Geauga, 17,82300,583. 20th Distiict Ashtabula, 27,737; Trumbull, 30,600; Mahoning, 23,73302,060. 21st District Columbiana, 33,601; Jefferson, 29.123; Carroll, 17,685; Harrison, 20,- , 460 100,809.' JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MED ILL, ' President of tho Senate. April 30, 1852. No. 63.1 AN ACT supplementary to an act enti tled 'An act for the assessment and tax ation of all property in this state, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money,' passed April 13, 1852. Skc. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the real property of this State, and the value thereof, as it stood upon tlie tax duplicate of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, with such addi tions for new structures or otherwise, as may be made to the same under the pro visions of the 'act for the assessment and taxation of all property in this state, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money,' passed the thir teenth day of April, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two, shall remain on the duplicate for taxation for all purposes that are or may be required by law to be levied and collected, and shall be taxed in the same manner and to tho same ex tent that other property is now or may he taxed at the place where such real pro perly is situated, until such time, as a re valuation of said real property shall be made, in pursuance of the provisions of the act to w hich this is supplementary. Ste. 2. That in any county of ihis state, where it shall prove impracticable fur the ases ots to complete their assess ments for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two, within il.e period limited in the actio which this is supplementary it shall be lawful for lite auditor of said county to extend the time for such assessment, till the fourth Monday in May; and in all such cases, ihe meeting of the county board of equidz-uiun shall take place on the first Wednesday nf.er the fourth Mon day of May. Sue. 3. That all lusessmcnts of pro perty made by town, township or ward assessors elected for the present ear, un der the provisions of any law repealed by the act to w .ich this is supplementary, shall be ot tl:e same validity us if such as- .' is- oi .s had been chosen under the net to which this is supplementary. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of ill.- House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate. M: 1, No. 61 AN ACT fur.'her to regulate the practice and provide for the jurisdiction of the criminal court of Hamilton county, to direct tlie transfer of certain business now remaining iu the court of common pleas for the Inst district, from the last named court into the first named. Skc. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Uhio, That all recognizances taken or continued so as to require the appearance of the r.cciucd at the May term, iu ike year eighteen hun dred nnd lif y-lwo, he unioved out of said court of common pleas, for the first district, into the said 'The Criminal Court of Hamilton county,' to be theie tried and adjudged as though commenced by in- diet nunt or otl.eiwise, originated in said Lho criminal court of Hamilton coun ty,' and bo in all respects subject to all powers and jurisdiction whatever, vested by law in the court last named. Sec. 2. That all recognizances held by the. clerk of the court of common pleas I without formal certificate, subject to the full power and entire jurisdiction of the , said -the criminal court of llamiltoncoun ty,' in tho same manner as though the j place of custody had been changed, and the said recognizance formally certified ' out of one court into the other.' i Sec. 3. That all persons required by j recognizances to appear before the court i of common pleas, lor the first district, at j the May term aforesaid, to answer any ; criminal matter, indictment or accusation, shall appear and answer the same in 'the , criminal court of Hamniillou county,' ; and shall bo tried and otherwise made ; subject to order and judgment in the ' court last named. ' Sec. 4. That 'the criminal court of Hamilton county' shall have the same j power to forfeit and open recognizances j (including the recognizances named in i this act,) as has been vested by any ex- , isting law or laws in the court of common j pleas. 1 ! Sec. 5. That in case of petit larceny j and other inferior offences, where ;f the punishment is less than imprisonment in the penitentiary, no indictment by a grand jury being required, the said 'the crimi nal court ot Hamilton county snau cause the prosecuting attorney to draw an in formation, setting forth briefly, but dis tinctly, 1he charge against the accused, on which charge such accused shall be tried, and be subject to judgment, unless the prosecuting attorney or his assistant, with leave of the court, shall otherwise direct. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDiLL, President of the Senate. April 30, 1052. No. 65. AN ACT to authorize the Auditor of Slate to remit and refund taxes in cer tain cases. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly- of tho State of Ohio, That the auditor of state be, and he is hereby au thorized and required to direct the trea surers of the several counties of this state, to refund to the persons paying the same, all taxes collected by such treasurers, un der and by virtue of the 26ih section of the act passed February 8th, 1847, enti tled ' Au act to amend the act for levying taxes onjall property iu this state accord ing to lis true value, passcu marcu zu 1846, after deducting from such taxes the cost of collecting the same; Provided, that no taxes shall be refunded when the same have been paid into the state treasury. Sec. 2. That the treasurers of the several counties be and they are hereby authorized and directed to discontinue all suits commenced and now pending in any county of this state, for taxes levied under the 20th section of the act aforesaid, on the defendant in such actions paying all costs that may have accrued therein. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDiLL, President of the Senate. April 3J, 1852. No. 66. AN ACT to define the duty of Manufac turers of Salt. Site. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slate of Ohio, That it shall be the duty of all manufacturers of Salt in the state of Ohio, to have the same well and sufficiently drained, to be pack ed iu good barrels, to be made of good sound seasoned timber; the head and bilge hoops to be well nailed with not less than four miils in each hoop; one head shall be bored with some metallic instru ment not less than one inch in size; the name of the manufacturer distinctly brand ed on the head of each barrel; also, all salt sold at the licks, shall be marked with the net weight, in figures, directly under the same, with good durable paint. Sec. 2. Any manufacturer refusing ; to comply with the first section of this act ! shall be lined for each offence the sum of ; fifty cents per barrel; the same to be col j tectud by any court having authority, as I in case of debt; complaint having first been ! ma le by any person taking cognizance ! of the same. I Site. 3. Any lines thus assessed and i collected, after paying all costs that shall ' have accrued, shall he paid into ihe couu ! ty treasury, for the benefit of the common i schools. ! Sec. 4. Nothing in this act shall be I so construed as to prohibit the tnauufae i turers from shipping salt in bulk, i Sue. 5. Tins act slnilfbe iu force from t and after its pasaage. ! Sec. G. That the act entitled 'An act : to repeal an act entitled an act to provide ! tor the inspection of salt manufactured in the statu of Ohio, and creating the office i of inspector, and defining the duties there I of,' passed February 5th, 1 047, be and the same are hereby rcputlod. j JAMES O. JOHNSON, ; Speaker of tlie House of Representatives, i WILLIAM MEDILL, ! President of the Senate, j April 3J, 1852. No. 67. AN ACT regulating the use of jails of adjoining counties. Sue. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slate of Ohio, That whenever any county of this state shall have been erected and organized for tho term of live years, without having provid ed any or sufficient jails for the confine ment of prisoners within such county, and any person or persons shall be taken from said county or any mesne or final process, in any civil proceeding, action or judg ment of, or in any court of said county, or on a charm; of conviction of any misde meanor or crime, for commitment to the jail of an adjoining county the sheriff' or jailor of such adjoiningcounty shall not re ceive any such prisoner, unless there shall be deposited in his hands, in addition to all fees now allowed him by law, fifty cents for the use of such jail, for each and every such prisoner, for each week such prisoner is ordered to he committed; and ihe like sum for any period of lime less than one week; Provided, that if any such prisoner shall be discharged before the expiration of ihe term for w hich he or she was committed, the excess advanced i-k.id be refunded. Sec. 2 That it shall he the duty of Ihe sheriff or jailor of such adjoining county, at Ihe end of each quarter of each calen dar year, to account for and pay over to the "treasurer of his county, all sums of money thus received. Sec. 3. That whenever a writ of ha beas corpus shall be allowed and issued, to bring any prisoner confined in the jail of such adjoining county, as specified in this act, before any judge, to enquire into the cause of the caption and detention of any such prisoner, ihe county from which such prisoner was sent and committed, shall pay all the costs arising and accruing in any and every such writ of habeas corpus; and upon presentment of a ce tificale of the clerk of the court of common pleas at the county where such prisoner was im prisoned, as aforesaid, stating the nmout of costs on any such writ of habeas cor pus, to Ihe county auditor of the county Iroin which such prisoner was sent, no shall draw an order on the treasurer of his county thereby, in favor of said clerk, or such pefson as he shall order, and the said clerk shall pay the same over to the several persons entitled thereto. Skc. 4. That tho county which shall use the jail of an adjoining county, shall be liable to such county for all damages that may bo done by any prisoner such county using such jail shall confine therin. ' JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate. April 30. 1052. No. 60. AN ACT Fixing the compensation of Clerks, As sistant Clerks, Sergeants-at-Arms, and Assistant Sergeants-at-Arms, of the Senate and House of Representatives. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the clerks, assistant clerks, sergeants-at-nrms, and assistant sergcant-at-arms of the Sen ale and House of representative of this state, shall each bo entitled, dining the present, or any succeeding session of tho Generall Assembly, to receivo for each day's attendance during the session of iho General Assembly, the sum off our dollars. Sec. 2. That tlie clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, shall re ceive at the rale of four dollars per day, each, for the time actually employed after the adjournment of the General Assembly, for making out an index to the Journals, to be paid on the order of the Auditor of State, but they shall not receive any other allowance or compensation for services, after the adjournment of the Legislature. Sec. 3. That it shall be the duty of the Sergeant-at-arms of each House, im mediately after die adjournment of the General Assembly, to lake charge of till books, stationary, and all other property of every description, furnished for, in pos session, or for the 'use of the General As sembly, or any member or officer thereof, and being the property of the State; and such Sergeant-at-Arms shall cause the said property to be delivered into the cus tody of the Secretary of Slate, who shall give duplicate receipts therefor, one of which receipts shall be by said Sergeant-at-Arms depositted with the Auditor of State, and the said Auditor of State shall allow the said Sergeant-at-Arms for tho services required by this section, tho sum, not exceeding four dollars per day, for the time actually employed, as such Au ditor shall deem just and reasonable, to be paid out of the Treasury of State, as in other cases. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate. April 30, 1052. : No. 69. AN ACT Making Appropriations for the year 1052. Sec'. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That tlie following sums be, and they are hereby j appropriated out of any money in the : treasury not otherw ise specially appropri ated, to be paid for the year one thousand .! eight hundred and fifty-two, viz: j For the payment of ihe members of the i General Assembly, their Clerks and As- ; sislant Clerks, Sergeant at Arms, Dour- ; keepers, and Messenger boys, the addi- j tional sum of seventy thousand dollars. , For tlie payment of the salaries of the j Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Auditor, Treasurer and Secretary of Slate, the At- t torney General, members of the Board of , Public Works, the Librarian, and the i Warden, Physician andDircctors of the Ohio Penitential), thesum of fifteen thou- ; and dollars. i For paying the Secretary of the Gov- ) ernor, Clerks iu the Auditor's office, two , Clerks in the Treasurer's office, and Clerk j in the Secretary of State's office, inclu- j ding the additional compensation allowed j by the appropriation act of one thousand i eight hundred and fifty, which sum shall j hereafter be allowed to said clerks anil- j ually, twelve thousand dollars. ( For contingent fund of the Governor, j four thousand dollars. For contingent fund of the Auditor of State, three thousand dollars. ' For contingent fund of the Secrefry of j State, one thousand two hundred dollars, j For payment of the salaries of the j Judges of the Supreme Court, Judges of j the Court of Common Pleas, Judges of ; the Superior and Commercial Court of Cincinnati, the Superior Court of Cleve- j laud, Judges of the Criminal Court of Hamilton county, and Reporter of the Su preme Court, fifty six thousand dollars. For salaries of the Superintendent, Physician, Steward and Matron of the Lunatic Asylum, three thousand two hun dred dollar.i- For provisions, household expenses, clo thing, servants, fuel, stationary, labor, medicines, and contingent expenses, for the Lunatic Asylum, the sum ot iweuiy two thousand dollars. Fur salaries of the Superintendent and Steward of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, one thousand five hundred dollars. Fur salaries of the Trustees, Matron and Assistants of the Asylum for tho Deaf and Dumb, four thousand five hundred dollars. For provisions, household expenses, clo thing, fuel labor, servants and contingent expenses, of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, three thousand five hundred dol lars. For the salaries of the Superintenent and Steward of tho Asylum for the Blind one thousand five hundred dollars. For salaries of the teachers, Matron, assistants and artisians of the Asylum for the Blind, three thonsand five hundred dollars. For clothiiiir. provisions, furniture, la bor, servants, stationary, materials for workshop, contingencies, for Asylum for the Blind, three" thousand five hundred dollars. For State Library, one thousand dollars. For stationary for the State, the addi tional sum of fifteen thousand dollars. For printing the bills, reports, journals, documents, and other matter ordered by the Senate and House of Representatives, including Binding and covering, the addi tional sum of twenty thousand dollars. For Printing, Covering and Biudingtlie Laws and Ohio Reports, four thousand dollars. For Distribution of the laws, journals and documents, the sum of one thousand dollars. For compensation and expenses of the Adjudgent General, the sum of three hun dred dollars, to he paid on the certificate of tho Governor. For compensation and expenses of the Quartermaster General, the sum of three hundred dollars, to be paid on the certifi cate of the Governor. For taking care of the public arms, under the direction of the Quartermaster- Gene ral, to be paid on iho certificate of the Gov ernor, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars. For payment of county Treasurers' mile R"0, one thousand six hundred dollars. For re-payment of Taxes eroneously collected, tho sum of four thousand dol- I1IS. For expenses of Special Election, one hundred and fifty dollars. For payment of Wolf scalp certificate's live hundred dollars. For the purchase of Fuel for the Leg islature and public offices, one thousand dollars. For transportation of Convicts to the Penitentiary, and costs of prosecution, and for re-paying any amount advanced by the the treasurer, over former appropriation, the sum of twenty-two thousand dollars. For salaries of Deputy Warden ant! the Clerk of the Penitentiary, to be paid out j of the Penitentiary fund: to the Deputy 1 Warden, seven hundred, and to the clerk, seven hundred dollars. Fot Contingent fund of tlie Treasurer of State, one thousand dollars. For Contingent fund of the Attorney General, two hundred dollars. For the salaries of Commissioners op pointed to revise, reform simplify and a bridge the practice, pleadings, forms, and proceedings of the courts of record of this State, and for their clerk, and contingent expenses, live thousand dollars. To Ransom A Gillet, chairman of tlie joint select committee of the Senate and House of Representatives, on the reception of the guest of the State, for money ex pended for the State, the sum of two hun dred and niety-two dollars and sixty-six cents. For expenses of committees of investi gation in each house, in taking testimony, service of process, and pay for the atten dance of witnesses, seventy-five dollars. To J. Boswell and Son, tor work done, and for desks furnished for the Supreme Court, at its March term, one thousand eight hundred and fifty tw o, under discre tion of said court, forty-one dollars and nine cents. To Henry Fraas, for seventy-three days labor at th Old State House, seventy three . dollars. 1 To Henry Mack, forty-six dollars, for for i ty-six days labor on the old Stall House, i ' To Thos. Bonsall, for assisting the State ' Librarian, and for books sold to the Gov ; ernor for the library, thesum of onehuti ' dred and forty three dollars and fifty cents. ! To J. H. Riley and Company, for sta I tionary furnished' to the Court in Bank, ! at its December term, A D. 1851, the ! sum of one hundred and twelve dollars. To Samuel Williams, tho sum of seven i hundred and fifty-eight dollars seveniy j cents, being ihe amount in full due to said ! Samuel Williams, for recording five vol ums of original field notes ot survey of public lands, in said State, being volumes ' seven and eight of subdivision of two I mile blocks, between ihe old seven ranges : and the Scioto river, and south of the L in- ted States Millitary tract, comprising eight hundred and fifty one pages, also volumes two, three and four of subdivisionsJnto sections, iu said military tract, comprising eleven hundred and eighty-one pages, be inga total of twenty hundred and thirtytwo pages at thirty-five cents per page, making seven hun tired and eleven doll.trsand twenty cenls; also, for making separate map indices of each townsnip, at nine dollars and fifty cents per volume, making forty-seven dol lars and fifty cents, in all seven hundred and fifty eight dollars and seveniy cents, the said work having been done under a contract with the Secretary of State, the foresaid volume seven, having been ero neously included in a resolution relative to the claim of Samuel Williams, passed by the General Assembly, January twenty-second, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. To 11. Mason, for articles of tin ware furnished for the use of the General As sembly, January fifth, Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and fil'ly-lwo, the sum of two dollars and lifiy cents. To J. G. H.-illings, the sum of six dol lars and seventy-five cents, for varnishing desks in the House of Rcpresentativs. To J. D. Osborn and Company, the sum of two hundred and sixty-two dollars and thirty-five cents, for carpets and mats ftir nished for the new hall of the House of Representatives, furnished February third one thousand eight hundred and fifiy-two. To I. G. Dryer and Company, the sum of eighty-one dollars, for chairs, tables stands and desks, furnished for the Hall of Representatives, January first, one thousand eight hundred and fifty two. To P. Bame and Company, the sum of nine dollars and twenty-six cents, for ar ticles furnished to repair State House, December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty -one. To A. P. Stone, the sum of two hun dred and forty dollars, for carpels for Si tte House, furnished Decembi r nine teenth, and twenty seventh, one thousand I eight hundred and fifty-one. To I. II. Roston, the sum of two dollars and seventy-five cents, for Knees furnish- j ed for State House, in eighteen hundred I a.ul fifty -one. ! To S. Mudary, the sum of seventy-five dollars, for binding done for State Libra ry, in October and December, eighteen hundred and lifty-one. To D wight S.one and Company, the sum of twenty-one dollars an I for.y-six cents, for articles furnished to repair State House, in December, eighteen hun dred and lifty-one. To John Stone and Company, the sum of sevendollars and eighty-two cents, for sundry articles furnished to repair the State House, in November and December, eighteen hundred and fifty-one. To Bazd Riddle, the sum of one hun dred dollars, for fifty days attendance on the Supreme Court in Bank, for December term, eighteen hundred and lifty-one. Sec. 2. For the prosecution of the work upon the new Siate House, and to defray the necessary expinsej of the profitable employment of cor. Tie; labor thereon, as provided by law, the additional sum of seventy-five thousand dollars. Siso. 3. For tho payment of the follow ing claims, presented, proven, and order ed to be paid, viz: . To Samuel Medary, thirteen dollars and 1 fifty cent i, for a record furnished for the ' Supreme CouTt. To t . Henmati; ir., seven labor on the Slate House. To J. WcitwaU-r an 1 Son, five dollars and fifty cents, for sundry articles furnish ed for the Senate. For the payment of the expenses of the contest between lion. C. C. Covey and Hon. Edward Corner, for a seat in tho Senate, the sum of sixty.doilurs. Sec 4. For the purpose of liquidating the deficit in the general revenue, the Au ditor of State is hereby authorized and directed to transfer to said fund, from the surplus revenue, the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Sec. 5. The appropriations made in this act, are in addition to the balance of the several appropriations remaining unex pended on the fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and fifty -one: and the Auditor of State is hereby ad'.h'irized to transfer to the general revenue fund, any balances of other funds, which will be re quired for the purposes for which sm-'i lands are appiopriated. Sec. 6. There shall be levied for the current year, upon the grand list of the State, in" the manner prescribed by the act entitled "an act for the assessment and taxation of all property in this State, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money," passed April KSdi, A D 1852, for general revenue purpo es one mill on the dollar valuation, and tor common school purpo-es, one all" of one mill on the dollar valuation, and for canal and sinking fund, two mil's on the dodar valuation, of the properly on the grand list. Sec. 7. To Denig and Harris, fot- sun dries for the ui-e of the General Assembly as per bill of April 21st, eighteen hun dred and lifty-l wo, the sum of twenty eight dollars and sixty-one cents. "To George Abbott, for scissors, punch es, and sundry'other articles, for the use of the House of Repres. ntatives, as per bill of January, one thousand eight hun dred and fii'ty-two, the sum of fourteen dollars and forty-nine cents. ToWilliivi Beswiek, l is costs in the AJ.rgan county case, of November twelf.h one thousand "eight hundred and fifty-one the sum of twenty-one dollars and twenty nine cents. To M. W. Bliss, for work done on the old Stale house, up to February Third, one thousand eiht hundred and fifty-two, twenty live io'd irs. ToJami.8 E. Gray, for painting and var nishing, done on and in old State Hoii'-e, as per bid of Febru iry sixteenth, eight; en hun I red and fifty-two, tlie sum of one hundred eighty-six dollars and tiny cents. To N. S. ""Baker, for curtains for win dows for the Hall of the lb-use, mil clerk's rooms, tlie sum of seventeen dollars and ; seventy-live cents. i For the purpose of paying claims against '' the Ohio Penitentiary, the sum of ten thousand dollars. j ToL. F. Clafltn and Company for bill of paper for lite use of the General Assem bly. January thirtieth, eluhteen bundle d ' and fifty-two,the sum of one hundred dol ! lars To Whiting and Burr, per bill Sand Bo.u-s and Inkstands, the sum ot nr e dol lars ami thirteen cents. To Mrs. E. Collins, for labor, the sum of two dollars. To Kiliboui-ii, Kuhns and Company, for work and materials for old State House, as per bill, dated January first, ighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of one hundr.d twen'y-two dollars and ninety-four cents. To D wight, Stone and Company, for suiidrrs lor the General Assembly, as per bill of January seventh, eighteen hundred and titty-two, the sum of twenty-eight dol lars and thiny-live cents. To M. S. Baker, for labor and materi als for the H ill of Representatives, as per bill of February 9.h, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of seven'.e .n dol lars and -seventy-live cents. To John Stone, for carpet, and sundry articles, for old State House, iho sum of forty-seven dolhrs and thirty-live cents. To J. I). Osborn, for matts, brooms, &c, for old State House, as per bill of De cember thirty-first, eightcin hundred and fifty-one, the stui of fourteen dollars and six'v-two cents. To J. Westwater and Son, for sundries as per bill of December thirty-first, eigh teen hundred and fifty-one; also bill of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty two, the sum of twelve dollars. To Decker and Hibbs, for tundries for the use of the Geiierai Assembly, as per bill, six dollars and ninety-eight cents. To J. Boswell and Son, for work and materials for State Library, Old State House and the Odeon Hall, done iti the winter of eighteen hundred and fifty-one and eighteen hundred and tifiy-two, the sum of eight hundred and forty-eight dollars. To A. Ilardey, for repairs on old State House and Library, as per bill rendered, dated January twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, "the sum of twenty seven 'oll-irs. To Killboitr.., Kuhn and Company, for bill of sundries for the repairing the Hulls of the General Assembly, the sum of sev enty dollars mid iweiily-thrcc cents. To Columbus Gas Light Company, for liodit for th '. General Assembly, up to May third, eighteen hundred and lifty-two, the sum of four hundred ninety-two dollars and one cent. To L. F. Cbiflin and Company, for pa per and stalionery furnished the Senate, uxty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents. Skc 8. That no moneys by this act ap propriated, shall be drawn from the Trea sury by any disbursing officers, or agent, until the same shall he necessary for the purpose to which it is 1 erein direoteM tg be appueu. JAMES C. JOHNSON, , Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate. May 1, 1852. No. 70. AN ACT elo i .us lor To provide for '.he Icclhm of Prosecu- U r Artorueyn, aul prescribing llieir duties. Six. 1. Beit ennct'.d by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That them shall hereafter be elected in each co.intv of this Mate, by the qualified electors of the county, on the second Tuesday of Oc tober, in the year eighteen hundred and fly three, an d bieiiui illy thereafter, iu the same manner as other State and coun ty officers are elected, one Prosecuting Attorney, whose term of office shall com mence oil the li st Monday in January ne.v after hw election, and he shall hold his otiicj for the term of two years, until his successor shall be elected and qualifi ed; Provided, that iu such counties of this slat", wherein the term of office of any Prosecuting Attorney shall expire in the year -Ooi, a Prosecuting Attorney shall be elected at the fall election for county offices in 1052, and biennially thereafter. r. t . . i Skc-. 2. Tin, it shall be the duty of said Prosecuting Attorney, and of each prosecuting attorney now in office, in this ' state, to prosecute tor and in uejialt ol tlw stale, all complaints, 'ivts and controver sies, as shall be directed by law, within the county for which he shall have been elected, in the district court, in the court of common pi as. and in the probate court; and to p;iy over foithwith, to. the county treajurer, all money a belonging to said county, which he has or may lieroal ter collect, or which may come, into his handi by way of tines, forfeitures, costs, or otherwise, and take the treasurer's du plicate receipts therefor, one ot which he shall file wi.h the auditor of his, proper cuunt-y; and upon failure to pay oyer. said moneys, as herein required, said prosecu ting attorney shall be removed from office, iti manner as prescribed iu the eighth sec tion of ihii act. .. Sec. 3. That each and every prosecu ting a'.toi ney, hercaf'.cr elected, under tho first section of this act, shall, before en tering upon ihe duties ot his office, take an oath or affii-tna'-ioii, to be endorsed up on his commission, to support the consii- ! ttttion of the United Statei, and : of this i stale, and faithfully and impartially to discharge the duties of his otlbe; which j said oaih or aiiirniatioii may be . adminis- I tered by any common pleas judge .of thi-t i state, or by the probate- judge, of the county, in which he is elected; and said prosecuting attorney shall, before enter lug upon the duties of his office, give bond, with siillieient sureties, (to be im proved of by the court of common pie; s, or the probate court.) to the State of Ohio, in any sum not less than one thousand dollars, conditioned that he will, accord ing to the best of his skill and abilities, faithfully discharge a I! the duties enjoined on him by law; and also, that he will hon estly and faithfully pay over all n.oneyi b him received as such prosecuting at torney, in the manner directed by law, which sai l band shall be tiled with the county treasurer. ' . Skc. 4. Thai the pro-cctliing attorn- ey for each county in this state, shall re ceive such compensation for hii scrvUc in the court of common pleas, or other I court havine- like criminal jurisdiction, for (sell term, as shall be allowed by iho judge of such court, of the county where in such si vices shall have been rendered ed; the amount of such services, in both civil and criminal buisness pertaining to his office, to be determined by the 'court, of common pleas annually, at their first term after the first Monday in Febuary; and he shall also receive such compensa tion for his services in the prohaie court, semi-annually, as shall be Hllowed by the pro ale court of the county w herein such services shall have booh rendered- the amount of such services to be determir. el by the pnbate court, annually hereaf ter, on or bout the first Monday in Feb uary; Provided, however, that the pro bate court may, at any tim j after the pf s sagu of this act, make an allowance to the prosecuting attorney for his-services ren dered for the year eighteen hundred an I fitly two, all of the allowunees made, by the courts to prosecuting attorneys, con templated by this act, to be paid out of the county treasury, on the order of thu county auditor. ' Sec. 5. That it shall bo tha duty of the county auditor, whenever any Officer of his county shal bo elected or appoint ed, who is required to give bond for the discharge of his du'.i'S, to call upon tho prosecuting attorney of his county,1 to at tend to the same; and it shall be the duty of said prosecuting attorney, upon such summons, to prepare the proper bonds, in legal fonv, to examine and ' take spe I cial care that the forms o," the same, toge ther w ith the acceptance by the proper au thorities, the signing and sealing there of, and all the endorsements thereon, are in conformity to law; and the bond of no county officer shall be accepted and ap proved, by the authority authorized le approve and accept the same, until said bond has been seeu aud inspected by iho prosecuting attorney of the proper county; and the county commissioners shall make ; such allowance to the prosecuting ntiorn i ey for his services, under this section, as : they shall deem just and reasonable. j. Sue. 6. That on the application of and prosecuting attorney, during the term ed' j the court of common pleas, or the district j com t, tho court may, if they think neees- sary, appoint and an assistant proseou i ting attorney, for whoso services, thy court in w hich the services shall be ren dered, shall make such allowance as they bh dl deem just nn.l. reasonable, to be paid out of the county ticasury, on th : order of the county auditor. , ., . ', , Sue. 7. That if the office of prosecuting attorney, in any county of this sta'.o. shall at any time become vacant, by death, dis ability, rei.iovul or , .resignation, or fiom any other cause whatever, the court t common pleas shall appoint a special pro seeming attorney,, who. shall bo qualified aud give bond as . required by iho third section of this act; and said special prose cuting attorney shall hold his office until mxTixi ti) os Kornrit r.MK.j hit r ,. - rt. i t - i ii i--t V v; .-' 1f fv f; ft'