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nor shall they be used or paid out for purposes other than those for which said sums are specifically appropriated as aforesaid.

SECTION 3. No bills for clerk hire, for furniture or carpets, or for newspapers, shall be paid out of appropriations made for current expenses of benevolent, penal or educational institutions. No expenses of officers of any benevolent, penal or educational institution for attending any state, interstate or national association or conference shall be paid from the appropriations of such benevolent, penal or educational institution, unless the authority to attend such association or conference is granted at a meeting of the board of trustees or managers of such institution, upon a written resolution, adopted by the board, which shall state the purpose, time and place of meeting of such association or conference, and the reason the attendance at the time is deemed necessary and advisable, and said resolution, if adopted, shall then be submitted to the governor for his written approval, and, if he does not approve the same, the expenses for attending such association or conference shall not be paid from the appropriations of such benevolent, penal or educational institutions. No money herein appropriated shall be drawn except upon a requisition upon the auditor of state, approved by the head of each department, or the trustees of the institution, which shall set forth in itemized form the service rendered, or material furnished, or expenses incurred, and the date of purchase, and the time of service and all institutions, boards, commissions and departments to which appropriations are herein made shall render to the auditor of state a monthly itemized account of all such receipts and expenditures, as may be required by such auditor of state and such institutions, boards, commissions and departments shall be subject to inspection by the auditor of state and it shall be the duty of the auditor of state to see that these provisions are complied with. No bills for extra clerk hire in favor of any clerk or clerks while drawing salaries from the state shall be allowed from any amount herein appropriated. - FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed March 13, 1908.
Approved March 13, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIS,
Governor.

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Partial appropriations for 1908 and 1909.

[House Bill No. 1214.]

AN ACT

To fix the salary of inspector of work-shops and factories.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. The annual salary of inspector of workshops and factories shall be twenty-five hundred ($2,500.oo) dollars. And all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed, as to such inconsistency, but not Otherwise. FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed March 19, 1908.
Approved March 19, 2 p. m., 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.

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Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That there be, and is hereby, appropriated from any moneys in the state treasury to the credit of the general revenue fund, and not otherwise appropriated, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) for sal. aries and mileage of members, per diem of clerks, sergeantsat-arms and other officers and employes of the General Assembly.

Salaries, etc.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed March 19, 1908.
Approved March 19, 1098.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.

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[House Bill No. 1003.]
AN ACT

To amend section 3969 of the Revised Statutes relating to the

action of the county commissioners when a board of edu-
cation fails to provide proper school facilities, and sec-
tion 3981 of the Revised Statutes with reference to vacan-

cies in boards of education and how filled.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That sections 3969 and 3981 of the Revised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 3969. If the board of education in any district fail in any year to estimate and certify the levy for a contingent fund as required by this chapter, or if the amount so certified is deemed insufficient for school purposes, or if it fail to provide sufficient school privileges for all the youth of school age in the district or to provide for the continuance of any school in the district for at least thirty-two weeks in the year, or to provide for each school an equitable share of school advantages as required by this title, or to provide suitable school houses for all the schools under its control, or to elect a superintendent or teachers, or to pay their salaries, or to pay out any other school money needed in school administration, or to fill any vacancies in the board within the period of thirty days after such vacancies occur, the commissioners of the county to which such district belongs, upon being advised and satisfied thereof, shall do and perform any or all of said duties and acts, in as full a manner as the board of education is by this title authorized to do and perform the same ; and all salaries and other money so paid by the commissioners of the county, shall be paid out of the county treasury as other county expenses are paid, but the same shall be a charge against the school district for which said money was paid, and the amount so paid shall be retained by the county auditor from the proper funds due to such school district, at the time of making the semi-annual distribution of taxes ; and the members of a board who cause such failure shall be each severally liable, in a penalty not to exceed fifty nor less than twenty-five dollars, to be recovered in a civil action in the name of the state upon complaint of any elector of the district, which sum shall be collected by the prosecuting attorney of the county and when collected shall be paid into the treasury of the county, for the benefit of the school or schools of the district.

Sec. 3981. Vacancies in any board of education which may be caused by death, non-residence, resignation, removal from office, failure of the person elected or appointed to qualify within ten days after the organization of the board or of his appointment, removal from the district, or absence from meetings of the board for a period of ninety days, provided said absence is caused by reasons declared insuffi

Contingent fund.

Minimum
School period.

Vacancies; commissionors, duties of.

Personal liability of board members.

Vacancies, how filled.

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Unexpired term.

Petition filed, but no sa– loon in district.

cient by a two-thirds vote of the remaining members of the
board, said vote to be taken and entered upon the records
not less than thirty days after said absence; such vacancies
shall be filled by the board of education at its next regu-
lar or special meeting or as soon thereafter as possible for
the unexpired term.
A majority vote of all the remaining members of the
board can fill any vacancy or vacancies that may exist in
said board.
SECTION 2. That said sections 3060 and 3981 be and
the same are hereby repealed. -
FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMs,
President of the Senate.
Passed March 31, 1908.
Approved March 31, 1908, at 5:00 o'clock p. m.

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To supploment section 4 of an act entitled, “An act to further provide against tho ovils resulting from the traffic in intoxicating liquors by providing for local option in residence districts of municipal corporations,” passed March 22, 1906, by the on act mont of a section to be known as section 4a.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section 4 of an act entitled, “An act to further provide against the evils resulting from the traffic in intoxicating liquors by providing for local option in residence districts of municipal corporations,” passed March 22, 1006, be and hereby is supplemented by a section to be known as section 4a in said act as follows:

Sec. 4a. Whenever a petition is or has been presented and declared sufficient, under the provisions of section I of this act, to prohibit the keeping of a place where intoxicating liquor is sold as a beverage in a residence district in which, at the time such petition was filed, there was no place where intoxicating liquor was sold for beverage purposes, or, in a gerrymandered or irregularly outlined district which prevents the sale of liquor from being prohibited in adjacent territory under this act, such petition or petitions shall not prevent another petition being filed at any time thereafter under section I of this act covering part or all of the territory in said petition first filed and granted, with or without other contiguous territory. At any time

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after two years from the filing of a petition under section I
of this act, another petition may be filed under the provi-
sions of said section I, covering part or all of the territory
included in the first petition with or without other con-
tiguous territory.
Whenever there are pending two or more petitions un-
der sections I and 2 of this act, including territory common
to all, that petition shall have precedence which applies to
the territory containing the greatest number of resident
electors. And whenever two petitions are filed covering the
same territory, under the provisions of sections I and 2,
that petition shall be granted which has the greatest number
of electors' signatures attached thereto; provided, however,
that all petitions for signatures under this act shall have a
map or drawing attached showing the outlines of the dis-
trict and location of all saloons within the district proposed.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate,
Passed March 31, 1908.
Approved March 31, 1908, at 5:00 o'clock p. m.

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To repeal sections 499, 499a, 499b and 503 of the Revised Stat-
utes of Ohio and to amend and supplement section 6709
of the Revised Statutes. relating to the superior court of
Cincinnati.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section 6709 of the Revised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 6709. A judgment rendered or final order made by any court of common pleas or by the superior court of Cincinnati, or by a judge of any of said courts, may be reversed, vacated, or modified, by the circuit court having jurisdiction in the county wherein said common pleas or Superior court is located, for errors appearing on the record. All errors assigned in the petition in error shall be passed upon by the court, and in every case where a judgment or order is reversed and remanded for a new trial or hearing, the circuit court shall, in its mandate to the court below state the error or errors found in the record upon which the judgment of reversal is founded. This section shall apply to pending actions, prosecutions and proceedings, and exist

Filing another petition.

Contiguous territory.

Precedence of petitions.

Map of district.

Judgment reversed or modified, how.

Mandate, what to contain.

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