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The county of Cuyahoga shall be entitled to six representatives in each session of the decennial per iod.

The county of Hamilton shall be entitled to nine representatives in each session, and three additional representatives, one in the first, one in the second, and one in the third session of the decennial period.

The following counties, until they acquire a sufficient population to entitle them to elect separately, under the fourth section of the eleventh article of the constitution, shall form a district in manner following, to wit:

The conoties of Debiance and Paulding one district, which district shall be entitled to one representative in each session of the decennial period.

The county of Geanga, haviog 1988 than one half of a representative ratio of population, is as required by the constitution, attached to the county of Lake, which is the adj ,ining county having the least number of inbabitants. Said counties of Geauga and Like, so attached shall be entitled to one representative in each session of the decennial period.

By the constitution the state is divided into thirty-three senatorial districts, as fol. lows:

The county of Hamilton constitutes the first senatorial district; the counties of Butler and Warren, the second; the counties of Montgomery and Preble, the third; Clermont and Brown, the fourth; Green, Clinton, and Fayette, the fifth; Ross and IIighland, the sixth; Adanus, Pike, cioto, and Jackson, the seventh ; Lawrence, Gallia, Migs, and Vinton, the eighth ; Athens, Hocking, and Fairfield the ninth ; Franklin and Pickaway, the tenth; Clarke, Champaign, and Madison, the elevenih: Miami, Darkt, and Shelby, the twelfth; Logan, Union, Marion, and Hardin, the thirteenth; Washington and More gan, the fourteenth; Murkingum and Perry, the fisteenth; Delaware and Licking, the sixteenth; Kuox and Morrow, the seventeenth; Coshoct'ın and Tuscaraway, the eighteenth; Guernsey and Monroe, the nineteenth; Belmont and I arrison, the twentieth ; Carroll and Stark, the twenty-first; Jefferson and Columbiana, the twenty-second; Trumboll and Mahoning, the twenty-third; Ashtabula, Lake, and Gưanga, the twentyfourth; Cuyaboga, the twenty fifth; Portage and Summit, the twenty-sixib; Medina and Lorain, the twenty-sevenib; Wayne and Illmes, the twenty eighth; Ashland and Richland, the twenty-pinth; Haron, Erie, Sandusky, and Ottawa, the thirtieth; Seneca, Crawford, and Wyandot, the thirty-first; Mercer, Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert, Panldiog, Defiance, and Williams, the thirty-second; and Hancock, Wood, Lucas, Falton, Henry, and Patnam, the thirty-third.

The following senatorial districts, to wit: the second, tbird, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, pinth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twentysecond, twenty-third, and thirty-first shall each be entitled to one senator in each session of the decennial period.

The eighth, tenth, and thirtieth districts shall each be entitled to one senator in each session, and one additional senator daring the fifth session of the decennial period.

The thirty second district shall be entitled to one senator in each session, and three additional senators, one in the first, one in the second, and one in the third session of the decennial period.

The twenty fifth and thirty-third districts shall each be entitled to two senators in each session of the decennial period.

The first district shall be entitled to three senators in each session, and two additional senators, one in the third and one in the fourth session of the docennial period.

The seventeenth district, composed of the counties of Knox and Morrow, and the twenty-eighth district, composed of the counties of Wayne and Holmes, having been ano

noxed at the last preceding apportionment, and not having acquired sufficient population to entitle them to elect separately, shall be entitled to one senator in each session of the decennial period.

The twenty-seventh district, composed of the counties of Lorain and Medina, and the twenty pinth district, composed of the counties of Ashland and Richland, having in like manner been annexed at the last preceding apportionment, and not having acquired sufficient population to entitle them to elect separately, are entitled to one senator in each session, and one additional sepator in the fifth session of the decennial period.

The nineteenth district, composed of the counties of Guernsey, Monroe, and part of Noble, having less than three fourths of a senatorial ratio of population, is, as required by the constitution, annexed to the adjoining district having the least number of inhabitants, which is the eighteenth, composed of the counties of Cushocton and Tuscarawas. The eighteenth and nineteenth districts, ho annexed, shall be entitled to one senator in each session, and two additional senators, one in the third and one in the fourth session of the decennial period.

The twenty-fourth district, composed of the counties of Ashtabula, Lake, and Geanga, having also less than three fourths of a senatorial ratio of population, is annexed to the twenty-sixth district, composed of the counties of Portage and Summit, which is the adjoining district having the least number of inhabitants. Said twenty-fourth and twenty-sixth districts, so annexed, shall be entitled to one senator in each session, and two additional senators, one in the third and one in the fourth session of the decennial period.

The sixteenth district, composed of the counties of Delaware and Licking, having less than three-fourths of a senatorial ratio of population, is, in like manner, annexed to the fifteenth district, composed of the counties of Maskingum and Perry; and said districts, so annexed, shall be entitled to one senator in each session, and two additional senators, one in the third and one in the fourth session of the decennial period. In testimony whereof, we bave hereunto subscribed our pames, and caused the great

seal of the State of Ohio to be affixed, at Columbus, the ninth day of April, (SEAL] A. D. 1881.

CHARLES FOSTER, Governor.
JOHN F. OGLEVEE, duditor of State.
CHARLES TOWNSEND, Secretary of State.

INDEX TO GENERAL LAWS.

ADJUTANT GENERAL-

PAGE
appropriations for

.69, 125
one of a committee to examine and adjust certain claims....

198
to purchase and preserve arms, equipments, stores, etc., for Ohio national
guards .......

289
one of a committee to improve heating and ventilation of capitol..

215
may convene board of survey and sell condemned stores..

239
may purchase uniforms for Ohio national guard....

289
to adjust and pay certain claims growing out of exposure of troops at Coalton 125
AGRICULTURAL REPORTS-
number to be printed and how distributed ....

.222, 223
ANIMALS-
running at large of certain, prohibited.....

19
cruelty to, how punished

134
purchasing aud exposing for sale game killed unlawfully.

197
APPROPRIATIONS-
for salaries ard mileage of the general assembly......

.18, 303
for members, officers, and pages of state board of equalization

18, 205
for snpport of common schools.

27
for refunding state debt...

35
for repairing buildings of Ohio university

68
for state officers, legislature, etc......

68
for penal and benevolent institutions....

.84, 306
for pay of troops called out to suppress riot at Coalton.....

125
for principal and interest of poblic debt and sir king fand commission

1-2
for improvement of heating and vantilation of capitol.......

216
for payment of vouchers of S. N. Field and Jacob Hildebrand.

298
for constructing calvert under Miami and Erie Canal. .....

293
to pay Delila M. Swigert for land erroneously conveyed to her by state...... 299
for deficiencies

300
ART-

municipal corporations may, in certain cases, grant nee of public grounds to
companies incorporated for enconragement of

128
additional trustees of such corporation may be appointed....

128
ASYLUM FOR IMBECILE YOUTH-
appropriations for.......

85, 304, 309
ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND
appropriations for

.85, 301, 308

ASYLUM FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB-

PAGE
appropriations for.......

.85, 300, 308
ASYLUMS FOR TIIE INSANE-

counties may send patients in proportion to population
none to be admitted except inhabitants of district
patients to be kept at expense of state, except as otherwise provided....... 62
trustees may discharge patient, proceedings in such case.

62
appropriations for

.84, 306
superintendent to report death, removal, or escape of patient to probate judge. 102
when patient discharged superintendent to furnish clothing and traveling ex-
penses

102
ATHENS ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE-
appropriation for

..84, 301, 306
ATTACHMENT-
the notice to garnishee and how served

93
ATTORNEY GENERAL-

when to collect, and how to pay over amounts collected from contractors at
penitentiary

53
appropriations for

70
one of a committee to examine and adjust certain claims....

197
one of committee to appraise and sell state tobacco warehouse

257
AUDITOR OF STATE-

to drast conveyance of lands sold by state and keep record of same
to furnish copy of such record when ceed has been lost....

8
to draw on conty treasurers for de ticiency in state common school fund 17
to trane for certain funds to sinking fuvd......

20
to give attorney general for collection statements of amounts due and not paid
by contractors at penitentiary ....

53
to transmit to county treasurers accounts against leaseholders of Virginia
military school lands ....

65
to forfeit such eases in case of refusal to pay interest

65
to make deed to such lease holders who pay principal due

66
to settle with treasurer of state for moneys so received...

66
to keep account of fees and expenses, and pay same.

66
to transmit equalization by state board to connty auditors

162
duty in case of sale of forf-ited lands ...

196
one of a ccmmittee to examine and adjust certain military claims.

197
directed to sell furniture used by state board of equalization...

303
to pay deficiencies for stationery and binding out of regular appropriation .... 304
appropriations for .....

C9, 303
one of committee to appraise and sell state tobacco warehouse...

257
AUGLAIZE TOWNSHIP, PAULDING COUNTY-
authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad

238
AVENUE COMPANIES-
may be incorporated in certain county (Montgomery)

103
may appropriate lands, erect toll gates, etc

103

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PAGE

199

214
.84, 306

109

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS-

stewards to give bood ...
governor may commission employe to act as special policeman
appropriations for ...

directors may receive gift, devise, bequest for benefit of
BIRDS AND GAME-

anlawful to purchase or sell, killed anlawfully ...
BLANCIIARD TOWNSHIP, PUTNAM COUNTY-

authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad..
BLOOMING BURGH-

council authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad ......

197

190

194

86, 311

BLUE CREEK TOWNSHIP, PAULDING COUNTY-
authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad

233
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS-See Public Works.
BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES-

appropriations for..
plan of children's home to be submitted to..

82
BOARD OF EDUCATION-

may use pait of contingent fund for purchase of books, apparatus, etc...... 110
limit of such appropriation

110
BOARDS OF EQUALIZATION-
compensation of decennial county and city boards ...

...50, 162
auditor of state to transmit equa ization by state board to county auditors.. 162
annual city boards, how constituied, their compensation, etc.....

179
when annual city board to be convened as board of revision

180
time of adj urnment in cities of first class, and when may meet again

213
how governed in cities of first class, and powers...

215
BOARDS OF HEALTH-
police commissioners in certain cities to exercise powers of

...... 119
BOARDS OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS-
grades of certificates to be issued by state board ...

39
terms for which teachers' certificates may be granted by county boards 87
certificates in certain cases renewable without re-examination

87
certain provisions relating to city districts of first class, to apply to other city
and village districts ..

87
BROWN TOWNSHIP, PAULDING COUNTY-
authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad.

238
BUTLER TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY-
authorized to build and lease, or operate a railroad...

291
BUTTER AND CIIEESE-
persons engaged in manufacture of to keep account of materials used

114
also to keep account of sales ......

114
books and accounts to be open to inspection of parties interested...

114
penalty for violation of foregoing provisions. ...

115
inspectors of, to be appointed by boards of health, their powers and duties... 188

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