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ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURE,

PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE

THIRTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

STATE OF OHIO;

Begun and held in the City of Columbus,

DECEMBER 7, 1835.

IN THE THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR OF SAID STATE.

VOL. XXXIV.

PRINTED BY AUTHORITY.

Columbus:

JAMES B, GARDINER, PRINTER TO THE STATE.

1836.

STANFORD LAW LIBRARY

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GENERAL LAWS.

AN ACT

To amend an act passed March 14th, 1831, entitled "An act pointing out

the mode of levying taxes."

Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That all tracts of land not exceeding two acres, and Land and all meeting houses standing on said tracts of land, the title of meeting houwhich, is vested in any trustee or trustees, body corporate or ses, exempt

from taxation. politic, for the use of, and in trust for, any religious society, and occupied by such society for public worship; and all tracts of Burying land set apart and used as burying grounds, shall be exemptempt

t grounds ex from taxation.

Sec. 2. That so much of the second section of the act to which this is an amendment, as relates to the exemption from Act

n Act repealed taxation, of all tracts of land not exceeding ten acres, with the improvements thereon, the title of which is vested in any trustee or trustees, body corporate or politic, for the use of, and in trust for, any religious society, and all tracts of land used as burying grounds, be, and the same is hereby repealed.

WM. SAWYER,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ELIJAH VANCE,

Speaker of the Senate. January 18, 1836.

AN ACT

To explain the act to provide for the partition of real estate. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That it is hereby declared to be the meaning and intent of the act, providing for the partition of real estate, passed 17th February, 1831, that in all cases where a sale of lands or when real estenements may have been made by virtue of and proceeding tate is sold, for the partition of real estate, under the present or any for

der Sheriff to mer laws on that subject, and a conveyance of the lands so execute and sold, shall not have been made by the officer making such sale, deliver deed.

may on motion, order the sheriff of the county, or any officer who may be then executing the duties of sheriff, to execute and deliver to the purchaser, a deed for the lands so sold, the court being first satisfied that such sale was regularly made, and that the purchase money has been fully paid or secured.

Sec. 2. That the act to amend the act, entitled "An act for the partition of real estate," passed the seventh day of March, eighteen hundred and thirty five, be, and the same is hereby repealed.

WM. SAWYER, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ELIJAH VANCE,

Speaker of the Senate. January 23, 1836.

clause.

AN ACT

To regulate the times of holding the Judicial Courts.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Supreme Court shall be holden in the several

counties, at the times hereinafter mentioned, to wit: in the Times of hol-county of Pike, on the seventeenth day of March; in the coun. ding the Su. Budua ty of Jackson, on the twenty-first day of March; in the county

fi preme Court.

of Gallia, on the twenty-third day of March; in the county of Lawrence, on the twenty-sixth day of March; in the county of Scioto, on the twenty-eighth day of March; in the county of Adams, on the thirty-first day of March; in the county of Brown, on the fourth day of April, in the county of Clermont, on the eighth day of April; in the county of Hamilton, on the thirteenth day of April; in the county of Butler, on the sixteenth day of May; in the county of Warren, on the nineteenth day of May; in the county of Clinton, on the twenty-third day of May; in the county of Highland, on the twenty-seventh day of May; in the county of Fayette, on the thirtieth day of May; in the county of Madison, on the first day of June; in the county of Clark, on the third day of June; in the county of Green, on the sixth day of June; in the county of Montgomery, on the tenth day of June; in the county of Preble, on the fifteenth day of June; in the county of Darke, on the eighteenth day of June; in the county of Miami, on the twentieth day of June; in the county of Mercer, on the twenty-third day of June; in the county of Shelby, on the twenty-fifth day of June; in the county of Allen, on the twenty-seventh day of June; in the county of Hardin, on the twenty-eighth day of June; in the county of Logan, on the thirtieth day of June; in the county of Champaign, on the second day of July; in the county of

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