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Treasurer l to make a Statement to the next |, general ass: - sembly.
the treasurer, to make a statement to the next general assembly, of all monies by him paid out pursuant to the directions of this act, together with the receipts and vouchers therefor.
ELIAS LANGHAM, Speaker of the house of representatives.
NATH. MASSIE, Speaker of the senate. February 18th, 1804.
An act, firing the ratio of representation throughout the State.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of the state of Ohio, That the representation of this state shall be so fixed and apportioned, that the several counties shall be entitled to send representatives to the general assembly, as hereinafter directed, viz: The county of Trumbull, two; the county of Columbiana, one; the county of Jefferson, three; the county of Belmont, two; the counties of Wasington, Gallia and Muskingum, three; the county of Fairfield, two; the counties of Ross and Franklin, four; the counties of Adams and Scioto, three; the county of Clermont, one, the county of Warren, two; the county of Hamilton, three; the county of Butler, two; the county of Montgomery, one; the county of Green, one.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the county of Trumbull shall be entitled to send one Senator; the counties of Jefferson and Columbiana, two senators; the county of Belmont, one senator; the counties of Washington, Gallia and Muskingum, two senators; the county of Fairfield, one senator; the counties of Ross and
Franklin, two senators; the counties of Adams and Scioto, one senator; the county of Clermont, one senator; the county of Hamilton, two senators; the counties of Warren, Butler, Mont| - gomery and Green, two senators, to the general ..,' assembly of this state.
when a new Sec. 3. And be if further enacted, That when
cohe tion, classed with the original county, for the votes for so 5
" too, purpose of electing a senator or senators, the §: ... clerk and judges of the court of common pleas COUnty. or justices of the peace (as the case may be) of * . such newly erected county, so soon as they *. make out the abstract of votes for senator or senators in said county, shall convey a certified copy of the same, under seal, to the clerk of the original county at his office, within ten days next after the close of the election, and the votes contained in the abstract thus returned, - shall be considered as proper in every respect to be incorporated with the abstract of votes of said original county, for such senator or senators, as those counties are authorized to elect in common.
Sec. 4. And be if forther enacted, That the
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to pleas or justices of the peace (as the case may ano, be) in the counties of Butler, Green and Montgomery to
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