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handle is hein.ssl/ssoh0257 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Senate Chamber, Columbus, Ohio.
Monday, July 3rd, 1922, 10 o'clock a. m.
The Senate met in extraordinary session, pursuant to the call issued
in accordance with section 8 of Article III of the Constitution of the
state of Ohio, by the Governor, as follows:
In the Name and by the Authority of the State of Ohio:
In pursuance of the pover vested in the Governor by the Constitu-
tion of the State of Ohio, I, HARRY L. DAVIS, as Govertr of said
State, do hereby convene the Eighty-fourth General Assembly of Ohio,
at the State House, in Columbus, at io:oo A. M., on Monday, July 170h,
for the purpose of considering legislative measures which now impera-
tively require action.
The provisions of the State Constitution, empowering the Governor
to call the Legislature into special session, specify that
The Governor on extraordinary occasions may convene
the General Assembly by proclamation and shall state in the
proclamation the purpose for which such special session is
called, and no other business shall be transacted at such special
session except that named in the proclamation, or in a subse-
quent proclamation or message to the General Assembly issued
by the Governor during the said special session.
In view of this restrictive provision of matters to be taken up by
the General Assembly when in special session, this call is required to set
out in specific detail the subjects which may so be considered by the forth-
coming session. It is desirable in consequence that there be coupled
with the call at the same time, a full recital of the conditions which give
rise to the special need for prompt legislative action, together with'the
recommendations of the Executive Department of government, so that
both the people of the state and the members of the General Assembly
may at once be fully advised of the facts, and the wishes of the former
be reflected in the action of the latter in the forthcoming special session.
The purpose of the extraordinary session will be to have the Gen-
eral Assenibly consider:
First: Situation presented by anticipated insufficiency of
bonus bond issue to allow payment of all ex-service men's claims.

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