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Section 2. Said section 6565 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.

Passed April 7, 1908.
Approved April 8, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.

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To amend section 6426 of the Revised Statutes, relating to challenges to jurors in appropriation cases.

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

SECTION I. That section 6426 of the Revised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 6426. When the jury box is filled with twelve disinterested jurors, the owners of the property which is the subject of the trial, jointly, and the petitioner, shall each have the right to four peremptory challenges, and to challenge for cause, and all vacancies arising in the jury from challenge, or otherwise, shall be filled by talesmen having the qualifications prescribed in the last section, to be ascertained as therein provided.

SECTION 2. That said section 6426 be, and the same is
hereby repealed.
FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 7, 1908.
Approved April 8, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.
46G.

Peremptory challenges.

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Annual enumeration.

School lands.

Feebleminded children.

Blind, deaf
Or mute.

[House Bill No. 888

AN ACT

To amend section 4030 of the Revised Statutes, relating to yearly enumeration of school youth.

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

SECTION I. That section 4030 of the Revised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 4030. There shall be taken in each district, annually, during the two weeks ending on the fourth Saturday of May, an enumeration of all unmarried youth noting sex, between six and twenty-one years of age, resident within the district, and not temporarily there, designating also the number between six and eight years of age, the number between eight and fourteen years of age, the number between fourteen and sixteen years of age, the number between sixteen and twenty-one years of age, and the number residing in the Western Reserve, the Virginia Military district, the United States Military district, and in any original surveyed township or fractional township to which belongs section 16, or other land in lieu thereof, or any other lands for the use of public schools, or any interest in the proceeds of such lands. When taking the enumeration provided for in this section, the person appointed to take such enumeration, shall make every effort to ascertain as near as possible the number of imbeciles or feebleminded children between the ages of six and twenty-one, resident within the district, and shall keep an accurate list of the names, sex, age and place of residence of all such children, and shall make said list a part of his report to the clerk of the board of education. And there shall also be so taken an accurate enumeration of all physically disabled, blind or deaf or mute children, noting sex between six and twenty-one years of age, resident within the district.

SECTION 2. That said section 4030 of the Revised Statutes be and the same is hereby repealed.

F. EEMAN T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the H, use of Representatives.

JAMEs M. WILLIAMs,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 8, 1908.
Approved April 9, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.

[House Bill No. 1009.]

AN ACT

To amend section 1 of an act entitled, “An act to regulate the manufacture and sale of commercial feed stuffs,” passed April, 25th, 1904.

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

SECTION I. That section I of an act entitled, “An act to regulate the manufacture and sale of commercial feed stuffs,” passed April 25, 1904, be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. I. Every manufacturer of commercial feed stuffs, and every person, firm or company that shall sell, offer for sale or expose for sale the same in this state, shall furnish with each car or other amount shipped in bulk, and shall affix to every package of such commercial feed stuffs, in a conspicuous place on the Outside thereof, a plainly printed Statement clearly and truly certifying the number of net pounds in the shipment, or in each package containing such commercial feed stuffs, the name or trade mark under which it is sold, the name of the manufacturer or shipper, the place of manufacture or the place of business of the shipper, and a chemical analysis stating the percentage it contains of crude protein (allowing one per centum of nitrogen to equal six and one-fourth per centum of protein), crude fat and crude fiber; and such printed statement shall further clearly and truly show the proportions of corn, oats, rye, wheat, wheat bran, wheat middlings, cotton seed meal, linseed meal, oat hulls, rice hulls, corn

cob or other product contained in such commercial feed stuffs.

... SECTION 2. That said original section I of an act en-
titled, “An act to regulate the manufacture and sale of
commercial feed stuffs,” passed April 25, 1904, be and the
same is hereby repealed.
FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

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Feed stuffs.

Certificate, What to Contain.

Proportion of
COrn, Oats,
rye, etc.

Mad dog or any animal with rabies.

Itemized account.

Statement, presented to Commissioners.

How paid.

Maximum amount.

[House Bill No. 964.]

AN ACT

To amend section 1 of an act entitled, “An act to provide for the protection of persons injured by mad dogs,” passed March 29, 1904, to provide for protection of persons injured by cats, dogs and other animals.

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

SECTION I. That section I of an act entitled, “An act to provide for the protection of persons injured by mad dogs,” passed March 29, 1904, be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. I. That any person who shall be bitten or injured by a dog or canine, cat or feline, or other animal, which at the time of the biting or injury to said person was suffering from or afflicted with what is known as rabies, and which said bite or injury by said dog or canine, or other animal, cat or feline, caused said person to employ medical or surgical treatment, and required of said person the expenditure of money in the care and treatment resulting from said bite or injury, may present a detailed and itemized account of the actual expenses incurred and amount paid for medical and surgical attendance, verified by affidavit of said injured person, administrator or executor and attending physician; but if said injured person be a minor the said affidavit must be made by the parent of said minor or his duly appointed and qualified guardian, attending physician or administrator or executor. Said detailed statement as aforesaid must be presented within four months after the injury was received, at a regular meeting of the county commissioners of the county where the said injury was received. The county commissioners shall, within a reasonable time and not later than the third regular meeting after the presentation of said verified account as aforesaid, examine the same, and if found in whole or in part correct and just, may in their discretion order the payment thereof, or such parts as they may have found in their judgment correct and just to be paid out of the general fund of the county, but no one person shall receive for any one injury under this act a sum exceeding five hundred ($500.OO) dollars.

SECTION 2. That said original section I of an act entitled, “An act to provide for the protection of persons injured by mad dogs,” passed March 29, 1904, be and the

same is hereby repealed.
FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
Passed April 8, 1908. President of the Senate.
Approved April 9, 1908. -
ANDREW I. HARRIs,
49G. Governor.

[House Bill No. 991.]

AN ACT

To amend section 2573 of the Revised Statutes, as amended
April 19, 1883, in relation to fire escapes.

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

SECTION I. That section 2573 of the Revised Statutes, as amended April 19, 1883, shall be so amended as to read as follows:

Sec. 2573. It shall be the duty of any owner or agent for owner of any factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house, if such factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house be more than two stories high, to provide convenient exits from the different upper stories of said building, which shall be easily accessible in case of fire, and any owner or person having control of any such inn or public house where travelers or boarders are lodged in any story above the second story of the building, shall also provide a good rope or other life line for each sleeping room for guests in such stories; and it shall be the duty of any owner or agent for Owner of any factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house, if such factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house, be more than three stories high, in addition to the provisions governing three-story buildings, to provide a life-saving device or net, which shall be approved by the fire chief of the city, or village in which such factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house is situated, or if any such building be situated outside of the city or village, said lifesaving device or net herein provided for shall be approved by the state inspector of workshops and factories; that said life-saving device or net shall be kept on the first floor at or near the entrance of said factory, workshop, tenement house, inn, or public house.

SECTION 2. That said original section 2573 of the Revised Statutes, as amended April 19, 1883, be and the Şame is hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and

be in force from and after the first day of August, A. D. I908.

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

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 8, 1908.
Approved April 9, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.
5oG.

Fire escapes.

Hotels.

Life line for each room.

Net, where to be kept.

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