Acts of the State of Ohio (Google eBook)

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N. Willis, printer to the state, 1832 - Session laws
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Page 9 - ... for every other carriage of pleasure, under whatever name it may go, the like sum, according to the number of wheels and horses drawing the same...
Page 9 - States' mail, or horses bearing the same, or any wagon or carriage laden with the property of the United States, or any cavalry or other troops, arms or military stores belonging to the same, or to any of the states comprising this Union, or any person or persons on duty in the military service of the United States, or of the militia of any of the states.
Page 7 - Indian tribes," and which law was revived and continued by another, passed on the thirtieth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and two, shall be, and the same is hereby farther continued for the term of two years, from the fourth day of March next, and from thence until the end of the next session of Congress. APPROVED February 28, 1803.
Page 8 - the governor shall transmit to each person so elected a certificate of his election, which certificate shall be signed by the governor, sealed with the great seal of the state, and countersigned by the secretary of state.
Page 9 - That no toll shall be received or collected for the passage of any stage or coach conveying the United States' mail, or horses bearing the same, or any wagon or carriage laden with the property of the United States...
Page 9 - ... cart or wagon whose wheels shall exceed two and one half inches in breadth, and not exceeding four inches, six and one fourth cents ; for every horse or ox drawing the same, three cents : and for every other cart or wagon whose wheels shall exceed four inches, and not exceeding five inches in breadth, four cents; for every horse or ox drawing the same two cents; and all other wagons or carts whose wheels shall exceed six inches in Proviso.
Page 8 - ... the attorney general and one or more judges of the supreme court, shall open the returns made to the secretary of state, for members of congress and for electors of president and vice-president of the United States, and shall forthwith proceed to ascertain the number of votes given to the different persons for said offices; and the person having the highest number of votes shall be considered duly elected...
Page 9 - ... drawing the same ; for every cart or wagon, whose wheels shall exceed two and a half inches in breadth, and not exceeding four inches, four cents for every horse or pair of oxen drawing the same ; and...
Page 7 - Instrument, and that the clerk of the court of common pleas of each county shall record such instruments when "duly acknowledged or proved and certified as aforesaid.
Page 8 - March, 1834, provides, that there shall be charged and collected, and it shall be the duty of each gale-keeper to demand and receive, for the passing such gate, four cents for every person occupying a seat in any mail stage, excepting drivers, agents and proprietors. The opinion, that a demand was necessary, must have arisen from the language of this section, but it appears to us only to .be...

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Vol. 27, pg 266, Ohio History
Acts of the State of Ohio, First Session of the General Assembly,. Vol. 1, Chillicothe, printed by N. Willis, printer to the State, 1803. ...
publications.ohiohistory.org/ ohstemplate.cfm?action=detail& Page=0027266.html& StartPage=1& EndPage=271& volume=27& newti...

JSTOR: Registration of Free Blacks in Ohio: The Slaves of George C ...
4 Ohio, Acts of the State of Ohio Passed at the First Session of the Third General Assembly . . . (Chillicothe, Ohio: N. Willis, Printer to the State, ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0022-2992(198424)69%3A1%3C38%3AROFBIO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5

Ohio Legal Research Guide: Legislation
Acts of the State of Ohio (State Session Laws - Ohio)KFO 25 .A23 [Microforms] Library has v.1 - 146 (1803 - 1996). Unofficial sources for session laws: ...
www.law.csuohio.edu/ lawlibrary/ resources/ lawpubs/ ohio/ Legislation.html

Laws, Acts, and Legislation
This page lists bills which have been passed by both the Ohio House and the Ohio Senate. To find Acts which have been signed into law by the Governor please ...
www.legislature.state.oh.us/ acts.cfm

Competition the Health Sector: A Historical Perspective
General and Local Acts of the State of Ohio. (Columbus:. jl Trauger, State Printer, .... General and Local Acts of the State of Ohio. ...
jhppl.dukejournals.org/ cgi/ reprint/ 7/ 2/ 460.pdf

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