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Resolved, By the general assembly of the state of Ohio: That Nathaniel Willis, printer, be directed to publish and attach to each copy of the laws of the present general assembly, so much of the auditor's report of the seventh of December, one thousand eight hundred and three, as relates to the receipts and expenditures of public money.

ELIAS LANGHAM, Speaker of the house of representatives.

NATH. MASSIE,
Speaker of the senate.

February 18th, 1804.

Attest:

G. HOFFMAN, Clerk of the house of representatives.

THOMAS SCOTT,

Clerk of the senate.

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Resolved, By the general assembly of the
state of Ohio: That the following persons be
and they are hereby appointed commissioners,
to lay out the following roads agreeably to the
provisions of the act, appropriating part of the
three per cent. granted for laying out, opening
and making roads within this state, viz:

From Steubenville to Will's creek, Benjamin
Hough, Esq

From Will's creek to Lancaster, David Reece,
Esq.

From Zanesville to Franklinton, John Mat-
thews, Esq.

From Chillicothe to the college township west
of the Great Miami, James M'Clure, Esq.

From Lancaster to Chillicothe, James Denny,
Esq.

From Chillicothe to Limestone, Israel Donald-
son, Esq.

From Marietta to Chillicothe, Jehiel Gregory,
Esq.

For the road in Trumbull county, Homer
Hine, Esq.

From Chillicothe, by Cincinnati, to the west.
line of the state, Isaac Anderson, Esq.

From Cincinnati to Dayton, John Clark, Esq.

From Dayton to Franklin, Daniel C. Cooper,
Esq.

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From Gallipolis to Chillicothe, Samuel S. Spercer, Esq.

From Short creek to Duncan Morrison's, Robert Caruthers, Esq.

From Chillicothe to Springfield, Simon Kenton, Esq.

For the road in Columbiana county, Lewis Kenney, Esq.

From Wheelen to Will's creek, Jeremiah
Martin, Esq.

ELIAS LANGHAM,
Speaker of the house of representatives.

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Resolved, By the general assembly of the state of Ohio: That the printer be and he is hereby directed, to print thirteen hundred copies of the laws of the present session, also three hundred and seventy-five copies of the journals of both houses, to be distributed as the legislature shall direct; and that he be directed to print five hundred copies of the militia law, by the tenth day of May next, and the same when printed, shall be distributed in the following manner, to-wit: The first division shall have one hundred and sixty-five copies; the second division shall have one hundred and ten copies; the third division shall have one hundred and ten copies, and the fourth division shall have one hundred and ten copies, which shall be sent to the majors general of the several divisions, and be by them distributed among the officers of each division. Resolved also, that when the said laws shall be printed, the secretary of state shall immediately transmit to the clerks of the courts of common pleas of the respective counties, the number of copies following, viz: To the clerk of the county of Trumbull, eighty copies; to the clerk of the county of Columbiana, forty copies; to the clerk of the county of Jefferson, one hundred and twenty copies; to

the clerk of the county of Belmont, eighty copies; to the clerk of the county of Washington, seventy-five copies; to the clerk of the county of Muskingum thirty copies; to the clerk of the county of Gallia, thirty copies; to the clerk of the county of Scioto, thirty copies; to the clerk of the county of Adams, one hundred copies; to the clerk of the county of Clermont, sixty-five copies; to the clerk of the county of Hamilton, one hundred and twenty-five copies; to the clerk of the county of Warren, seventyfive copies; to the clerk of the county of Green, forty copies; to the clerk of the county of Franklin, thirty copies; to the clerk of the county of Ross, one hundred and thirty-five copies; to the clerk of the county of Fairfield, eighty copies; to the clerk of the county of Butler, sixty-five copies; to the clerk of the county of Montgomery, forty copies; and also, such number of the journals of both houses, as will be in proportion to the number of the laws, one copy of each to be given to each member of the senate and house of representatives, and the balance to be distributed among the officers within the respective counties, agreeably to the directions of the associate judges of the court of common pleas. Resolved wilso, that the sec. retary of State be required to furnish the

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