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LANK ROADS

To repeal section two of an act to amend the act entitled "an act to

incorporate the Newark plank road company.” Passed April 13, 1852.

RIVATE PERSONS

To authorize the District Court of the State of Ohio to receive the

application, and admit Otto Dresel to practice as an attorney and counsellor at law, in the several courts of Record of this State. Passed May 1, 1852.

AIL ROADS

To repeal an act entitled “An act to authorize the commissioners of

Vinton county to subscribe to the capital stock of the Belpre and Cincinnati Railroad Company.” Passed April 30, 1852.

JEEP

To repeal an act passed March 19th, 1850, supplementary to the

act entitled an act for the protection of Sheep, passed March, 1850. Passed February 21, 1852.

"ATE ROADS

Requiring the commissioners named in the act to provide for the al

teration and completion of the State Road from Painesville, in Lake county, to Bloomfield, in Trumbull county, passed February 19th, 1846, or their legal representatives to refund certain taxes, by them collected as such commissioners. Passed April 28, 1852.

HOOLS

More definitively defining the boundaries of Hartford and Vernon

Union School district, No. 6. Passed April 26, 1852.
For the relief of school district No. 6, in Beaver Creek township,

Green county. Passed April 30, 1852.

WNS AND TOWNSHIPS

Supplementary to an act entitled an act for the support and better

regulation of common schools, in the town of Lancaster, Ohio,

passed February 19th, 1848. Passed January 13, 1852. To repeal the

act entitled an act to incorporate the town of Newville, in Richland county, passed March 25th, 1851. Passed

March 7, 1852.
To repeal the ninth section of an act entitled “an act to incorporate

certain towns therein named," passed February 18th, 1848.

Passed April 30, 1852.
To repeal an act entitled “an act to amend an act entitled an act

to incorporate the Borough of Ashtabula.” Passed April 30,
1852.

TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS

To enable the trustees of Scipio township, Seneca county, to levy a

tax to pay the amount of a judgment existing against said township. Passed May 1, 1852.

TURNPIKE ROADS

To repeal the act passed March 25, 1851, entitled "an act to amend

an act passed February 11, A. D. 1846, entitled an act to lay
out and establish a free Turnpike road from Perrysburgh to

Defiance." Passed April 22, 1852.
To repea! certain parts of acts therein named relative, to taxing

lands for the construction of certain free Turnpike roads in

Wood county. Passed April 28, 1852.
To provide for the temporary suspension of the power of the Zanes-

ville and Maysville Turnpike Road Company to collect tolls on
a certain portion of said Road. Passed May 1, 1852.

RESOLUTIONS.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Relative to the loss of the Canal Boat J. McNanimee, at Blue Creek

Aqueduct. Passed March 17, 1852.
Authorizing the Board of Public Works to examine into the alleged

claim of Matthias Miller. Passed April 13, 1852. Authorizing the Board of Public Works to construct a continuous

berme bank along the eastern side of the canal, and culverts, to
drain the water from certa in ponds, near the town of Massillon,

Stark county. Passed April 30, 1852.
Instructing the Board of Public Works to examine into the alleged

damages claimed by Lorenzo L. Morehouse, on account of the

loss of the Canal Boat “Rover.Passed April 30, 1852. Requesting the Board of Public Works to report the facts connect

ed with the construction of the Waste Weirs near Dover, in

the county of Tuscarawas. Passed April 30, 1852. Authorizing the Board of Public Works to make examination rela

tive to the damages sustained by the loss of the Canal Boats

Sallie Gale” and “Robert Blum." Passed April 31, 1852. Directing the Board of Public Works to cause an appraisement of

the damages sustained by Geo. B. Holt, by the construction of

the Mercer county Reservoir. Passed May 1, 1825. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Appointing joint committee on enrollment. Passed February 17,

1852.
In regard to the adjournment of the Ohio Legislature. Passed

April 26, 1852
Appointing joint committee to prepare rooms for the General As-

sembly. Passed April 30, 1852.
Directing the Secretary of State to forward to the members of the

Senate and House of Representatives the report of the State

Board of Agriculture. Passed May 3, 1852.
Requiring Secretary of State to furnish rooms for General Assem-

bly. Passed May 3, 1852.

LAWS, REPORTS, &c.

Instructing the Secretary of State to furnish the Clerk of the Court of

Jackson county with certain documents therein named. Passed

April 30, 1852.
Relative to furnishing the Prosecuting Attorney of Athens county,

the bound volumes of the Ohio Laws. Passed April 30, 1852. Relative to the distribution of Laws, Reports, and other books, to the

Clerks of Courts, Sheriffs, and other county officers. Passed

April 30, 1852.
To furnish the clerk of the court of Madison county with certain

copies of the Ohio Reports. Passed April 30, 1852. Authorizing the Secretary of State to furnish the clerk of the court

of Erie county, with copies of the Laws. Passed May 1, 1852.

STATE LIBRARY

For furnishing copies of Laws, &c. to Prussian Minister. Passed

January 14, 1852.
Granting to the clergymen of the city of Columbus the use of the State

Library. Passed February 25, 1852.
Authorizing the Secretary of State to procure certain books for the

State Library. Passed April 22, 1852.
Authorizing the Secretary of State to procure certain books for the

State Library. Passed April 28, 1852.
In relation to the storage of certain Books and Documents now in the

State Library. Passed April 30, 1852.
Authorizing the Commissioners of the State Library to furnish the

Bavarian Consul certain Legislative Journals and Public Doc

uments. Passed April 30, 1852. LUNATIC ASYLUM

Appointing Committee to examine into certain charges against

the Superintendent of the Lunatic Asylum. Passed February 18, 1852.

MISCELLANEOUS

Requesting our Senators and Representatives in Congress to pro

cure an appropriation for the construction of a ship canal, at

the falls of St. Marie. Passed February 12, 1852. Relative to the construction of a new canal, on the Indiana side, at

the Falls of the Ohio River. Passed February 18, 1852. Authorizing the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company to

construct a bridge, or viaduct, across the Ohio River, at Steu

ben ville. Passed February 25, 1852. Authorizing the State House Commissioners to take possession

of the walls and materials of the Old State House. Passed

March 27, 1852.
Instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives in Con-

IISCELLANEOUS Continued.

gress to obtain the passage of a law, relinquishing to the State
of Ohio the unfinished portion of the National Road in said

State. Passed March 31, 1852.
Relative to the unsold lands in the State of Ohio. Passed April

30, 1852.
Directing the Attorney General to examine into alleged frauds and

illicit practices in the sale of lands at the Defiance Land Office.

Passed May 1, 1852.
Relative to procuring Patents for swamp and overflown lands, in

Ohio. Passed May 1, 1852.
Relative to placing the Apparatus of the Geological Survey under

the control of the State Board of Agriculture. Passed May

3, 1852. Requesting the Governor of Ohio to designate some day of the

present year as a day of Thanksgiving. Passed May 3, 1852.

PENITENTIARY

Relative to confirming contracts for convict labor, in the Ohio Peni.

tentiary. Passed March 12, 1852.

PERSONAL

Relative to the invitation to Gov. Kossuth, to visit the capital of Ohio.

Passed January 15, 1852.
Relative to compromising certain judgments against the Ohio Stage

Company, and William Neil, in favor of the State of Ohio.

Passed January 22, 1852.
Declaring the contract of Gov. Ford with John W. Allen, illega land

void, and that the said Allen is not the agent for the State, for

any purpose whatever. Passed March 11, 1852.
In relation to the decease of Jeremiah Morrow, late Governor of

Ohio. Passed March 23, 1852.
Relative to the memorial of Benjamin P. Southworth. Passed April

28, 1852.

PRINTING

Relative to the Printing of the Laws of the present session. Passed

April 30, 1852.
Relative to printing Constitution with the General Laws. Passed

May 3, 1852.

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