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and detailed accounts of the receipts and expenditures of the city in all its departments, and for all purposes; and, provided further, that no person or property charged with any special local assessment for any improvement, shall be compelled to pay therefor in any one year more than one tenth of the value of the property on which the assessment was made as valued on the county duplicate for taxation.

SEC. 2. That sections six hundred and forty-one, six hundred and forty-four, and six hundred and forty-eight of said act as amended, be and the same are hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. Tbis act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

A. J. CUNNINGHAM, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

J. C. LEE,

President of the Senate. Passed May 2, 1871.

Agriculture.

Horticultu-
Fal society.
Contingent
expenses.

AN ACT
Making appropriations for the year 1871, and the first

quarter of the year 1872.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly [of the
State of ] Ohio, That in addition to former appropriations ap.
plied to the same purposes herein expressed, the following
sums be and the same are hereby appropriated out of any
moneys belonging to the general revenue fund, to be paid
out of the treasury according to law.

AGRICULTURE. For the encouragement and improvement of the agricultural interests of the state, to be expended as the state board of agriculture may deem most conducive to that end, and to be paid to the president of that board, three thousand dollars; and four hundred and ninety dollars for the Olio Horticultural Society, to he paid to the president thereof.

For the contingent expenses of the office of the state board of agriculture, five hundred dollars.

ARSENAL. To pay for labor at the state arsenal, including tools, fuel and materials, to be expended under the direction of the person who, by law, has charge of the same, five hundred dol. lars.

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS.

CENTRAL OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. To pay deficiency in salary of officers, one hundred and twenty six dollars and sixty cents.

[For work on the new buildings for said asylum, in addition to former appropriations, to be expended under and in accordance with the provisions of the laws now in force upo! that subject, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.)

For sewerage and grading, ten thousand dollars.

Labor, etc., at arsenal.

Deheiency.

Work on buildings.

Bewerage
and grading.

etc.

structor.

NORTHERN OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. To pay the salaries of the superintendent, assistant physi. Salaries. cians, steward and matron of the Northern Lunatic Asyluin, thirty-seven hundred eigbty-three dollars and fifteen cents.

For provisions and necessary current expenses and repairs, Provisions, fifty-five thousand dollars.

To pay moral instructor, and for books and pictures, four Moral inhundred dollars.

For carrying forward the work upon the additions to the Work on adNorthern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, as provided for in the gen

ditions. eral appropriation act of 1870, under the provisions of the various acts in force upon the subject, one hundred thousand dollars.

For repairing old walls, floors, ceilings and water-closets, Repairing. three thousand dollars.

For heating and ventilating apparatus, ten thousand dol- Heating, etc. lars.

For furnishing new wings, including dumb waiters, sixteen New wings. thousand dollars.

For rebnilding kitchen, laundry, boiler and engine house, Rebuilding. twenty-eight thousand dollars.

The trustees of said asylum are authorized to use of the Purchase of amount to their credit for the purchase of land, such sum as land. may be necessary for an extension of the asylum baru, not exceeding one thousand dollars, and the balance of said amount in fencing.

SOUTHERN OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. To pay the salaries of the superintendent, assistant physi. Salaries. cians, sterard and matron of the sontbern luvatic asylum, thirty-tire hundred and seventy-seven dollars and twenty-two cents.

For provisions and necessary cureat expenses and repairs, Provisions, one hundred and ten thousand dollars.

To pay moral instructor, and for books and pictures, four Moral inhundrei dollars.

For slate roof and iron cornice upon old building, to take Roof and corplace of old tin roof and wooden coruice, fifteen thousand nice. dollars. For fencing, two thousand dollars.

Fencing LONGVIEW ASYLUM. For the Longview Asylum, a sum to be computed and as- General purcertained by the aulitor of state, agreeably to the laws pro- poses. vided for constituting of Hamilton county a separate district for lunatic asylum purposes, and for the erection and government of an asylum therein, and the sum hereby appropriited shall be paid upon like vouchers as in case of the current expenses of the other lunatic asylums.

To pay the proper officers of the Longview asylum for the Support of support of such patients as are received from the central dis. patients

from central trict, in accordance with joint resolution of the general assen.

district. bly, adopted November 25, 1868, subject to conditions of

etc.

structor.

Colored insane.

agreement made with the governor, and to be paid on vouch-
ers approved by him, twenty-four thousand dollars, and for
deficiencies, six thousand dollars.
For care of colored insane, fifteen hundred dollars.

NEW LUNATIC ASYLUM AT ATHENS.
To continue the work on the new asylum for lunatics at
Athens, to be expended in accordance with the laws now in
force on that subject, sereuty-five thousand dollars.

For main brick sewer, branch sewers, and foul air ducts, fifteen thousand dollars.

For grading, fencing and improving grounds, three thousand dollars.

Continuation of work.

Sewers.

Improving grounds.

DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM.

Salaries.

Provisions, etc.

To pay the salaries of the superintendent, steward, matrons, physician and teachers of the asylum for the deaf and dumb, sixteen thousand one hundred dollars.

For the purchase of provisions and other necessary current expenses and repairs of said asylum, fifty-five thousand five hundred and eighty dollars.

For the printing and binding department of said asylum, seven hundred dollars.

Printing

ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

Salaries.

Provisions, etc. Furnaces,etc.

To pay the salaries of the superintendent, steward, matrons, physicians and teachers of the asylum for the blind, eight thousand two hundred dollars.

For the purchase of provisions, and to pay other necessary current expenses and repairs, seventeen thousand dollars.

For new furnaces and other improvements, one thousand dollars.

To continue work on the new building, and to be expended under the provisions of the laws now in force upon that subject, forty thousand dollars.

Continuation of work.

Salaries.

Provisions, etc. Boilers. Boiler house. Laundry. Hospital Fencing Specifications of report.

ASYLUM FOR IMBECILE YOUTH. To pay the salaries of the superintendent, matrons and teachers of the asylum for imbecile youth, forty one hundred dollars,

For the purchase of provisions, and for the necessary current expenses and repairs, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For pair new boilers, three thousand dollars.
For extending boiler house, one thousand dollars.
For laundry and shops, four thousand five hundred dollars.
For hospital building, six thousand dollars.
For fencii.g, fitteen hundred dollars.

And the superintendent of said asylum is required hereafter in his annual report, to give the age, sex and date of reception of all pupils, the cause of imbecility, and the amount paid for the support of each paying pipil, the average number of inmates in the institution each month of the year, the amount received or due each month for pay-inmates,

etc.

the average number of pay-inmates each month, amount received from inmates who were in part supported by their friends, the number and average number supported by the state, the residence by county of the ininates paying and others, separately. Also, the number discharged each year, wich the date and reason of such discharge: Provided, that after the close of the present fiscal year, all inmates in said Education institution shall be maintained and educated free of charge,

free of

charge. except for clothing, which, so far as their parents or parties sending them to the institution, shall be able to furnish the same, shall be furnished by such parents o parties.

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPIIANS' HOME. To pay the salaries of the superintendent, matrons and Salaries. teachers of the soldiers' and sailors' orphans' home, ten thousand dollars.

To purchase provisions, and to pay necessary current ex- Provisions, penses and repairs, forty thousand dollars.

For the erection of buildings for the Ohio soldiers' and Erection of sailors' orphans' home upon the premises deeded to the state buildings. near Xenia, such buildings to be of capacity sufficient, with the buildings now upon said premises, for the accommodation, care and education of not less than eight hundred children, and to be finished with all the appointments necessary to complete occupancy, including furnishing, heating, lighting, laundry and kitchen arrangements, at an expense in the aggregate not exceeding the amount herein appropriated, including therein for services of an architect an amount not exceeding five hundred dollars; the whole to be expended under and in accordance with the provisions of the laws for the erection of public buildings now in force in this state, except that a daily publication of notice for proposals in the papers contemplated by law for eighteen days consecutively, shall be sufficient, the sum of eighty-seven thousand dollars; and in addition thereto, the board of managers are authorized to use for this purpose the amount of thirteen thousand dollars, appropriated at the session of 1870, to purchase furniture, equipments, and make the necessary repairs at the White Sulphur Springs. For the erection of a barn, two thousand dollars.

Barn. For a farm house, furnishing the same, fencing, and other Farm house, improvements, two thousand tive hundred dollars.

For the erection of a hospital, seven thousand five hundred Hospital. dollars.

For the purchase of cows, horses, and agricultural imple. Cattle, etc. ments, one thousand dollars; provider, that before any money shall be drawn from the treasury for any of the above Title of farm named improvements on said farın, the original donors of the etc. money paid for said farm to William F. Pelham, and the city of Xenia, shall convey to the state of Ohio all their right, title and interest, legal and equitable, and whether in possession, remainder, or reversion, iu or to said farm, which conveyance shall be by proper deed or deeds, so as to vest in the state an absolute tee simple title to said premises, discharged

etc.

of all trusts and of all claims; provided further, that said George B. Wright, M. S. Gunckel and H. G. Armstrong, as trustees, shall have the deed by them heretofore made properly and legally attested and stamped as required by law; provided further, that the county commissioners of Greene county, for and on behalf of said county, in consideration of the location and establishment of said Home in said county, and the expenditure therein of the appropriations herein authorized for said buildings and improvements, may and they hereby are authorized to warrant by deed duly executed to the state of Ohio, the title to said lands as in fee simple, and detend the same against all claims whatsoever of such of said donors, their heirs and assigns, as may not for any cause convey to the state as aforesaid ; and when such deed shall be executed, it sball be in lieu of the conveyance of such donors failing to convey as aforesaid, and shall fully bind said county and save the state from any and all dainages ard losses that may ever accrue on account of the nonconveyance of such donors; and, provided further, that said William F. Pelham and wité, shall convey by deed of general release to the state of Ohio, all their right, title and interest, legal and eqnitable, in reversion and remainder to the said premises.

TRUSTEES AND BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES.

Expenses.

To pay the expenses of the trustees of the various benevolent institutions, including the expenses of the board of state charities, out of which there may be paid for the salary of the secretary of said board a suin not exceeding one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month for the time employed, the sum of four thousand dollars.

Military claims.

CLAIMS, MILITARY. To pay claims allowed or which may be allowed under the various acts to establish a board of military claims, and subject to all the provisions and requirements of said acts, or other acts that may be passed in relation to claims of a similar character, twenty thousand dollars.'

CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF GOVERNOR AND OTHER OFFICERS.

Governor's contingent. Auditor's.

Treasurer's.

For the governor's contingent expenses, two thousand dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the auditor of state, five hundred dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the treasurer of state, nine hundred dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the secretary of state, sixteen hundred dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the comptroller of the treasury, one thousand dollars.

For the contingent and traveling expenses of the commissioner of common schools, one thousand dollars; and said

Secretary's.

Comptroller's. School Commissioner's.

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