« ПретходнаНастави »
ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURE
LOCAL LAWS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
PASSED BY THE
FIFTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE OF OHIO:
BEGUN AND HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS,
JANUARY 7, 1856 :
AND IN THE FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR OF SAID STATE.
ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURE,
To fix and provide for the terms of the district court in the fifth common
pleas district in the third circuit of Ohio.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Terms of DisState of Ohio, That the terms of the district court shall here- trict Court, after be holden in the several counties of the fifth judicial Fifth District. district in the State of Ohio, as follows:
In the county of Highland, on the seventh day of May; Highland, In the county of Adams, on the twelfth day of May; Adams. In the county of Brown, on the sixteenth day of May; Brown. In the county of Clermont, on the twenty-third day of
In the county of Madison, on the fifth day of September;
In the county of Pickaway, on the twenty-second day of Pickaway. September;
În the county of Franklin, on the twenty-ninth day of Sep- Franklin. tember.
In case of fail. Sec. 2. If, from any cause, a failure to hold the prescrib- ure to hold ed terms of the district court, in any of the foregoing coun- terms, notice ties, should occur, it shall be the duty of the judges of the to be given district, on giving thirty days previous notice, in such county, term held. to hold a special term of the district court, in such county, within the same year to dispose of the business; and should important business arise in the district court in any of said Special terms
for business counties, which cannot be disposed of at the stated terms of
not disposed the court for want of time, it shall be lawful for the judges of of. the district court to hold a special term of the district court, in such county, at such time as they shall determine, on giv
Notice. ing thirty days previous notice thereof, in the county.
Sec. 3. Should any day named herein for the holding of When day for the said district court, fall upon a Sunday, said court shall falls o Suncommence and be holden on the next day.
day. Sec. 4. That section two of the act entitled “an act to Sec. repealed. fix and provide for the terms of the district court in the third
circuit, being composed of the fifth and seventh common pleas districts of Ohio,” passed April seventeenth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, be and the same is hereby repealed.
N. H. VAN VORHES. Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS H. FORD,
President of the Senate. January 29, 1856.
To fix and provide for holding the terms of the court of common pleas, in
the fourth common pleas district of Ohio.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Terms of com- State of Ohio, That the terms of the court of common pleas mon pleas,4th district.
shall be held in the several counties of [the] fourth common pleas district of Ohio, as follows:
In the county of Erie, on the second Monday of February,
fourth Monday of May, and first Monday of October; Huron.
In the county of Huron, on the first Monday of March,
the second Monday of June, and fourth Monday of October; Lucas.
In the county of Lucas, on the second Monday of March,
third Monday of June, and first Monday of November; Sandusky. In the county of Sandusky, on the fourth Monday of
March, fourth Monday of June, and the third Monday of No
vember; Ottawa. In the county of Ottawa, on the first Tuesday of April,
first Tuesday of July, and first Monday of December;
In the county of Lorain, on the second Tuesday of February, the second Tuesday of May, and the first Wednesday after the second Tuesday of October;
In the county of Medina, on the first Monday of March, the first Monday of June, and the first Monday of November;
In the county of Summit, on the fourth Tuesday of March, the third Tuesday of June, and the third Tuesday of November:
In the county of Cuyahoga, on the fifteenth day of February, the seventeenth day of May, the second day of August,
and the fifteenth day of November; Provided, that the August term August term of said court in Cuyahoga county, shall be a for criminal term for the transaction of criminal business only; and, provided also, that whenever any of said days shall come on Proviso. Saturday or Sunday, the term shall commence on the Monday following.
Sec. 2. That whenever the state of business in any of Adjourned the said courts of common pleas is such as to render it necessary, such court shall have power to appoint and hold an ad- Notice. journed term for the purpose of completing the business of any regular term, upon notice thereof being entered upon the journals of said court.
Sec. 3. That an act entitled an act to fix and provide for Act repealed. holding the terms of the court of common pleas in the fourth judicial district of Ohio, passed April 5, 1854, be, and the same is hereby repealed ; Provided, this repeal shall not affect any act done or right acquired under the act hereby repealed.
N. H. VAN VORHES,
THO. H. FORD,
President of the Senate. January 31, 1856.
To fix and provide for holding the terms of the court of common pleas in the
several counties composing the second sub-division of the fifth judicial dis-
Terms of comof Ohio, That the terms of the court of common pleas shall be holden in the several counties of the second sub-division fifth judicial
mon pleas in of the fifth judicial district of Ohio, as follows: In the county district, sec
ond sub-diviof Ross on the third Monday in February, third Monday in vision. June, and the second Monday in November. In the county of Highland on the third Tuesday in March, the first Tuesday in June, and the first Wednesday after the second Tuesday in October. In the county of Fayette on the first Tuesday in April, the first Monday in July, and the fourth Monday in October.
Sec. 2. That whenever the state of business shall require it, or when it may become necessary,
from any good cause,
Adjourned the judge of said court of common pleas may appoint, and hold adjourned terms of said court in any or all of the counties composing said sub division, for the purpose of com pleting the business of any regular term, an order for
Order theresuch purpose, stating the time of holding any such adjourned for.