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Art.
APPORTIONMENT-

Jackson and Vinton, one district.
Lucas and Fulton, one district.
Wyandot and Hardin, one district.
Mercer and Van Wert, one district.
Paulding, Defiance and Williams, one dis-

trict.
Putnam and Henry, one district.

Wood and Ottawa, one district.
APPROPRIATIONS-
how made

2 not for over two years

2 ARMIES standing, dangerous

1 ARMSthe people may bear

1 ARREST

Members of the Legislature exempt from,
when

2 ARTICLES

1st, subject of, bill of rights.
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6 Legislative.
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Executive. 4

Judicial. 5

Elective franchise. 6

Education. 7

Public Institutions. 8

Public debt and public works. 9

Militia. 10

County and township organization. 11

6 Apportionment. 12

Finance and taxation. 13

66 Corporations. 14

66 Jurisprudence. 15

Miscellaneous.
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Amendments.
Schedule, subject, Miscellaneous.
ATTORNEY GENERAL
one of the Executive Department

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elected second Tuesday in October

3 holds his office two years

3 office to commence second Monday of January

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office vacancy of, how filled

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to be one of the commissioners of the sink-
ing fund

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AUDITOR OF STATE-
holds his office four years

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ADITOR OF STATE
vacancy, how filled

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to be one of the commissioners of sinking
fund

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with Governor and Secretary to fix rep-
resentation

11 BAILexcessive not required

1 BAILABLEall persons are, except

1 BANKS to be taxed equal to individuals

12 BANKING POWERSnot to take effect until voted for by the

13 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONSDirectors continued in office until

Sch. BILL OF RIGHTS–See rights

1 BILLS, LEGISLATIVEmay originate in either House

2 may be altered, amended or rejected

2 to be fully read on three different days, except

2 to contain but one subject

2 the subject to be clearly expressed in tiile 2 to be signed by presiding officer, while in session

2 BLINDto be provided for

7 BLOODnot corrupted by crime

1 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS to be elected by the people

8 one member annually

8 duties of

8 BUREAU OF STATISTICS may be established

15 regulated by law

15 CENSUS OF THE STATEhow ascertained for representation

11 CINCINNATI COURTStheir powers and jurisdiction

Sch. CITIZEN

who shall not be considered a resident

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CITY OR TOWN
not to be divided by new county

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not to vote to raise money for corpora-
tion or joint stock companies

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not to become a stockholder, when

8 to be incorporated by general laws

13 power of taxation to be restricted

13 CLERKS OF COURTS one in each county

4 elected by the electors

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hold office three years

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to be clerk of all the courts of record in
the county

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the General Assembly may provide a clerk
for each

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court of probate

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may be removed, when
election returns, how certified

Sch.
to continue in office until second Monday
in February

Sch.
CLEVELAND COURT
its power and jurisdiction

Sch. COLUMBUSthe seat of government

15 COMMISSIONERS

to reform the law, three to be appointed 14
their duties

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to abolish distinct forms of actions, how
far

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to abolish distinction between law and
equity, if, &c.

14 to report their proceeding to the General Assembly

14 of counties, their powers

10 of the sinking fund

8 their duties

8 shall faithfully apply the funds

8 shall report semi-annually to the Governor 8 COMMISSIONS BY THE GOVERNORto be signed and sealed

3 COMMON PLEAS COURTSto be held by one or more Judges

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to be held in each county as the law may
provide

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may be held in two counties at the same
time

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jurisdiction of, fixed by law

4 to be successors to the court of common

pleas, except as to probate jurisdiction Sch.

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COMMUTATION-
allowed by the Governor, when

3 11 COMPENSATIONextra not allowed, except

2 29 CONCILIATION COURTSmay be established

4 19 CONGRESSmembers of not to be Governor

3 14 CONSCIENCEright of, not interfered with

7 CONSTITUTIONoath to support, to be taken by officers 15

7 amendment of, how made

16 1, 2, 3 either branch of the General Assembly may propose amendments

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1 people to vote for amendment, when 16

3 not to effect suits pending

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4 to take effect on the 1st September, 1851 Sch. 9 submitted to the people

Sch. 17 CONTESTED ELECTION regulated by law

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21 CONTRACTS not to be impaired by laws

2 28 intention of parties in, carried into effect 2 28 CONVENTION

names of members who signed the consti-
tution

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to amend the constitution to be voted for
or against every twenty years

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3 CORPORATIONSno special act for

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1 may be formed under general laws

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2 laws granting may be altered or repealed 13

2 debts owing by, how secured

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3 liability of stockholders

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3 COUNSELpersons may have

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county treasurer, (see treasurer of county)
organization of

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2 not to vote to raise money for corporation purposes

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6 not to be stockholders in corporations 8

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COUNTIES
to be voted for

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not to divide city or town

2 county organization

10 officers, their powers

10 how officer of, removed

10 Treasurer, eligible only four years in six 10 COURTSsee Common Pleas Courts

4 see District Courts

4 see Supreme Courts

4 see Probate Courts

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all shall be opened for all injured persons 1
open for what kind of injuries

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practice of, to be reformed
time of holding district

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of Conciliation, may be established

4 of Cincinnati

Sch. of Cleveland

· Sch. in Bank, suits pending in, transferred to Supreme Court.

- Sch.
the Superior and Commercial of Cincinna-

ti and Superior of Cleveland shall re-
main, &c. until 1853

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but no suits commenced in said courts in

Cincinnati after the second Monday of
February, 1852

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nor in Cleveland after the second Monday
of August, 1852

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business in said court transferred to Com-
mon Pleas

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CREDIT OF THE STATE-
when not given

.8 CRIMES

capital, when bailable
no person to answer for, unless by indict-
ment, except, &c.

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one accused of, his privilege

1 not twice in jeopardy for same

1 none to be transported for

1 DAMAGES

sor right of way, ascertained by jury of
twelve men

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to be provided for

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