Report of the State Auditor to the General Assembly

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Side 9 - ... granted to the several States up to 30th June, 1867:* Soon after the organization of the general government Congress inaugurated the policy of granting a certain percentage of the proceeds of the sales of the public lands to the States in which they were situated. In 1803 an act was passed giving to Ohio three per cent, of the net proceeds arising from the sales of the public lands within her borders. With the exception of Maine, Texas, and West Virginia, in neither of which did the United States...
Side 19 - An act to regulate the system, method or science of healing1 known as osteopathy and as taught and practiced by the American School of Osteopathy, at Kirksville, Missouri, and creating a board of examination and registration for the regulation of the same, and providing for the violation of this act,
Side 6 - The proceeds of all lands that have been, or may hereafter be granted to this state, where, by the terms and conditions of such grant, the same are not to be otherwise appropriated.
Side 2 - Tax of 15 cents on the $100 valuation on real and personal property; property and assets of corporate companies; stock and undivided profits of banks and local insurance companies ; largest amount of goods, wares and merchandise of merchants and the raw material, finished products, with tools, machinery and appliances of manufacturers, on hand at...
Side 7 - State treasury for above named purposes shall be invested in registered county, municipal or school district bonds of this State of not less than par value. Whenever the State bonded debt is extinguished or a sum sufficient therefor has been received., there shall be levied and collected, in lieu of the ten cents on the one hundred dollars valuation now provided for by the statutes, an annual tax not to exceed three cents on the one hundred dollars valuation...
Side 6 - The following sources are provided by law for increasing the principal of this fund : (1) The proceeds of the sale of all Federal lands that have been or may hereafter be granted to the State not otherwise appropriated ; (2) all moneys, stocks, bonds and rents on other property belonging to any fund for the purpose of education, except wherein the vested rights of local political corporations would be infringed; (3) escheats and other property which may accrue to the State ; (4) grants, gifts, or...
Side 23 - Education, in trust for the State Seminary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July, and...
Side 23 - Мяу 15. 1889, issued under act of March 31, 1883. to State Board of Education, as trustee for the State Seminary fund...

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