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ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURE
LOCAL LAWS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS,
PASSED BY THE
FIFTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
STATE OF OHIO:
AT ITS SECOND SESSION,
BEGUN AND HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS,
JANUARY 3, 1859,
AND THE FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF SAID STATE.
RICHARD NEVINS, STATE PRINTER,
ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURA
Making partial Appropriations for the year 1859.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State Appropriations of Ohio, That the following sums, in addition to former appropriations, be, and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury for general revenue purposes for the year 1859, to-wit:
and General As
For the per diem pay of the lieutenant governor as Lieut. Governor president of the senate; the payment of members of the sembly. general assembly, their clerks, assistant clerks, sergeantsat-arms and their assistants, and messengers, the sum of fifty thousand dollars.
For the payment of costs of prosecution, conviction and Convicts. transportation of convicts to the Ohio Penitentiary, ten thousand dollars.
For the payment of the salary of the comptroller of the Comptroller. treasury, eight hundred dollars.
For the payment of the salaries of the clerks in the comp- His clerks. troller's office, twelve hundred dollars.
For the contingent fund of the comptroller of the treas- His contingent ury, three hundred dollars.
For the contingent fund of the auditor of state, one Auditor's thousand dollars.
For the contingent fund of the treasurer of state, fifteen Treasurer's. hundred dollars.
For gas for the state house, fifteen hundred dollars. For books and magazines, and binding for the state library, three hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of the librarian, one hundred and fifty dollars.
For printing, twelve thousand dollars. For binding, twelve thousand dollars. For the payment on account of the salary of the secretary of the state commissioner of common schools, seventyfive dollars.
To supply a deficiency in the appropriation to pay for engravings for report of state board of agriculture for 1857, and to pay for printing said engravings, the sum of five hundred and one dollars and fifteen cents.
Secretary of sioner.