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SEVENTH DISTRICT.

District Court. Athens, September 13; Fairfield, September 6; Gallia, April 9; Hocking, September 10; Jackson, September 21 ; Lawrence, April 12; Meigs, April 5; Perry, September 3; Pike, April 23 ; Scioto, April 16; Vinton, September 18; Washington, April 2.

Common Pleas.
Athens, March 12, May 21, November 12.
Fairfield, March 12, June 11, November 26.
Gallia, March 5, May 28, September 17.
Hocking, February 19, May 21, November 5.
Jackson, February 19, May 21, October 10.
Lawrence, February 27, May 29, October 23.
Meigs, February 12, May 7, October 15.
Perry, January 22, April 30, October 15.
Pike, March 27, June 19, November 13.
Scioto, January 22, April 30, September 24.
Vinton, February 5, April 30, September 10.
Washington, January 8, April 30, September 10.

EIGHTH DISTRICT.

District Court. Belmont, April 11; Guernsey, September 10; Harrison, September 4; Jefferson, April 3; Monroe, April 9; Morgan, September 20; Muskingum, September 24; Noble, September 13, Tuscarawas, September 6.

Common Pleas.
Belmont, January 15, May 7, October 15.
Guernsey, February 20, May 26, November 13.
Harrison, March 19, June 18, December 3.
Jefferson, February 5, May 7, October 10.
Monroe, March 6, June 12, December 4.
Morgan, March 6, June 12, October 10.
Muskingum, January 8, April 30, November 5.
Noble, January 22, May 7, October 15.
Tuscarawas, February 26, May 28, November 5.

NINTH DISTRICT.

District Court. Ashtabula, April 20; Carroll, May 7; Columbiana, May 16; Geauga, May 1; Lake, April 26; Mahoning, April 3; Portage, May 3; Stark, May 10; Trumbull, April '13.

Common Pleas.
Ashtabula, January 29, May 21, September 24.
Carroll, January 23, May 21, October 15.
Columbiana, February 19, June 4, November 5.
Geauga, January 29, May 21, September 24.
Lake, February 26, June 11, October 22.
Mahoning, January 15, May 21, September 10.
Portage, January 15, May 7, September 10.
Stark, February 12, May 28, September 3.
Trumbull, February 12, May 28, October 15,

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE,

COLUMBUS, OHIO, July 13, 1877. I certify the above to be correctly copied from the official lists returned to this office. (SEAL)

MILTON BARNES,

Secretary of State.

TABLE OF STATUTES REPEALED.

A list of the acts and parts of acts repealed by the statutes contained in this volume has been incorporated into the Table of repealed acts and sections published in the Appendix to Volume 73. The Table has been prepared from notes of the Commissioners to Revise the Laws, and subjected to their revision. We are indebted to Trevitt W. Okey, one of their clerks, for the Table. Its importance justifies its insertion at this place.

All the general laws of the State are embraced in Swan & Critchfield's and Swan & Sayler's Statutes, and the volumes from 1869 to 1877, inclusive, being volume 66 to volume 74, inclusive. This Table shows the statutes and parts of statutes therein contained which have been repealed, and where the repealing acts may be found.

With respect to Swan & Critchfield's and Swan & Sayler's Statutes, the Table is so framed as to show at a glance each section repealed. Unless otherwise stated, the sections referred to are the numeral figures—those in parentheses if they are employed—and not the numeral letters. The sections on each page that have been repealed are given, and unless otherwise noted (as 1 S. & C., 546, section VI, repealed by S. & S., 340) the whole section is repealed. Thus, s. & S., 490, section 1, is cited as repealed by 72 v. 62; but there section (1), in numeral figures, embraces sections I and II in numeral letters, and 72 v. 62 repeals both sections. If the sections on a page are separated by a comma or commas, only the sections expressly named are repealed. If several consecutive sections on a page are repealed, only the first and last sections are given, separated by a dash. Although a section may extend to another or other pages, only the first page is given. Thus on page 14 of Swan & Sayler, sections (28), (29), and (30) occur, the latter section extending to page 15. The repeal of the three sections, which constitute the whole of both acts, is thus noted in the Table : Swan & Sayler, page 14, sections 28—30, Animals, Repealed, 71 v. 149.

Of the volumes, (66 to 74, inclusive,) subsequent to Swan & Sayler, where the sections repealed are not given, the whole act is repealed.

Where a statute or section is cited as repealed by another statute, it will be found in general that the repeal was effected directly by the act mentioned; but in some instances, where the repeal is effected by a statute, passed prior to 1868, which does not appear in Swan & Critchfield's or Swan & Sayler's Statutes, the reference is made to S. & C., or S. & S., or to a subsequent volume. In all such cases, the reference affords ready means of finding the first repeal.

Where the repealing statute has been repealed, a reference to the statute now in force has in general been inserted in parentheses. Sometimes references to other statutes are also thus included, so as to facilitate examination as to the changes in a section or provision, or as to supplementary legislation.

An earnest effort has been made to present a correct and full Table of the acts and parts of acts which have been repealed, whether the repeal has been express or by implication; but, in a few instances, an inquiry is suggested, and each one is left to determine for himself the extent of the repeal. How far 68 v. 45, section 1, is repealed by 72 v. 40, is an example. Notwithstanding this effort, it is scarcely to be expected that every slight modification or repeal by implication has been noted.

When acts or sections are superseded, they are referred to as repealed. No reference is made to any act or part of an act as being temporary or obsolete, as its condition in that respect will appear on its face.

The suggestion is made, that with this Table before him, any person can readily mark or cross out the statutes and parts of statutes, in his copy of the laws, which have been repealed, noting in the margin the place of repeal. In this way the present condition of the law upon any subject can be more readily and satisfactorily ascertained.

oor THE LEFT HAND COLUMN IS THE repealed, THE RIGHT THE repealing act or section.

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