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BEGUN AND HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, JANUARY 4, 1864,
IN THE SIXTY-SECOND YEAR OF SAID STATE.
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Making partial appropriations of the general revenue for the year 1864. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That there be and is hereby appropriated from any money
that may be in the treasury belonging to the general revenue :
Stationery, For stationery and binding, including printing paper and articles binding, printnecessary for the general assembly, fifteen thousand dollars.
ing paper, eta For the payment of the per diem of the lieutenant-governor, as presi. Members, dent of the senate, and the members of the general assembly, and clerks, officers, mileage, their clerks, assistant clerks, sergeants-at-arms, and assistant
nasembly. sergeants-at-arms, and messengers, thirty thousand dollars.
For the payment of clerks in the office of the adjutant-general, fifteen Clerks of adj.bundred dollars.
general. For the payment of clerks in the office of the treasurer of state, one Clerks of thousand dollars.
treas. state. For the payment of clerks in the office of the auditor of state, ono Clerks of thousand dollars.
auditor state. For the payment of clerks in the office of the secretary of state, ono Clerks of thousand dollars.
sec'y state. For the payment of clerks in the office of the comptroller, one thou. Clerks of sand dollars.
comptroller. For the payment of the messenger
of the supreme court, one hundred Messenger sadollars.
For provision, and necessary current expenses of the northern lunatio Northern lu. asylum, three thousand dollars.
patic asylum. For provision, and necessary current expenses of the southern lunatio Southern laasylum, three thousand dollars.
natic asylum. For the payment of expenses for furniture for the rooms appropriated Furniture of in the state house for the use of the governor and adjutant-general, fif- rooms, govteen hundred dollars, to be paid on the order of the governor.
ernor and Sec. 2. This act to take effect from its passage.
President of the Senate.
AN ACT Concerning clerks of courts, and prescribing their powers in certain cases. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That clerks of courts of this state shall have power to administer knowledgm' us
Oaths; aoall oaths or affirmations required or authorized by law to be administered of deeds, etc. in this state ; to take and certify to acknowledgments of deeds, mortsages, liens, powers of attorney, and other instruments of writing.