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Revised Laws — Continued.

(1830), adopted by the General Assembly, 15th session. (Dec.

1830.]
596 p. 8o.

Indianapolis, 1831. Statutes (1862); Gavin and Hord. 2d ed. 2 vols. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1862. (1870); Gavin and Hord. Vol. 1, 2d ed. 2 vols.

1870.
In Harvard Law School, also in Department of Justice, also
in New York Bar Association.
Supplement (1870) to the edition of Gavin and Hord. By E. A.

Davis. Being Vol. 3 of a set. [The 1870 edition is a reprint
of the 2 vols. by author of edition of 1862.]
Vol. 3 of set.

Indianapolis, 1870.
(1876-7); E. A. Davis. Vol. 2, 2d ed.
2 vols. 4to.

Indianapolis, 1876-7. In Social Law Library. (1878); E. A. Davis. In 2 vols., Vol. 1, 2d ed. Vol. 2, 3d ed. 3 vols. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1878. Acts and Joint Resolutions (1883), S. R. Downey, editor. By au

thority.
xvi + 3+ "1643-1829"

Cincinnati, 1883.
In Social Law Library.
Statutory Construction (1887); W. W. Thornton.
1037 p. 8°

Indianapolis, 1887. Revised Statutes (1837), adopted by General Assembly, 22d session.

[Dec. 1837.]
667 p. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1838. (1843); [Bigger and Dunn), passed by the General Assembly, 27th

session.
xxii + 1114 p. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1843.
(1852), passed by General Assembly, 36th session.
2 vols. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1852. (1881); Fraser, Stotsenburg and Turpie. xxi + 1642 p. 8o.

Chicago, 1881. Supplement (1883); Downey.

1883. In New York Bar Association.

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Revised Statutes — Continued.

(1888); [E. B. Myer's & Co].
2 vols. 8°.

Chicago, 1888.
Supplement (1892); a continuation of previous editions, being Vol.3

of a set.
“Vol. 3.” 8o.

Chicago, 1892. (1889), I“ Elliott's supplement ’]. By W. F. Elliott. (Embraces

Acts from 1883–89 inclusive.]
846 p. 8o.

Indianapolis, 1889.
(1888–92).
3 vols. 8°.

Chicago, 1888-92. In Social Law Library. (1896); Frank A. Horner. 2 vols. 8°.

Chicago, 1896. (1897); Thornton.

1897. In Department of Justice. [Annotated] (1901); Frank A. Horner. 2 vols. 8o.

Chicago, 1901. Annotated Statutes (1894); Harrison Burns. 3 vols. 8.

Indianapolis, 1894. Supplement (1897), being Vol. 4 of the set.

n.p. 1897. In Department of Justice. (1901); Harrison Burns. 3 vols. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1901. (1901), General index to Burns annotated Indiana statutes of

1901. By Harrison Burns.
384 p. 8o.

Indianapolis, 1901.
Supplement of 1905; Harrison Burns. Being Vol. 4 of the set,

of which the edition of 1901 contains the first 3 vols.
Vol. 4. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1905.
(1908); Harrison Burns.
3 vols. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1908. (1908), General index to Burns annotated Indiana statutes of

1908. By Harrison Burns.
iii + 378 p. 8o.

Indianapolis, 1908.

Codes
Code of Laws (1818); Hendricks. (See general laws of 2d Assembly,

1817-18.]

In Department of Justice, also in New York Bar Association. Annotated Practice Code (1889); W.W. Thornton and T. E. Ballard. 8o.

Cincinnati, 1889. In Department of Justice. Practice Code (1893); W.W. Thornton.

Cincinnati, 1893. In Department of Justice. Civil Code (1907), annotated by W. W. Thornton. 2 vols. 12mo.

Cincinnati, 1907.

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CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, ETC.
Note. — The constitution at present in force in this state is that of Nov. 1, 1851.

1816. Journal, Corydon, June 2, 1816. 69 p. 8o.

Louisville, 1816. Shown in Library Bulletin 98, New York State Library, Albany, 1905. Constitution; a copy of this constitution is contained in United

States Charters and Constitutions, Part I, p. 499, where it is said that this constitution was “adopted at Corydon, June 29, 1816, by the convention which framed the first constitution of Indiana.”

1850. Journal of Convention to amend constitution. Assembled at

Indianapolis, October 1850.
1085 p. 8°

Indianapolis, 1851. Debates and proceedings of the convention for the revision of the

constitution. H. Fowler, official reporter.

2 vols. (2107 p. continuously). 8°. Indianapolis, 1850. Constitution and address of the constitutional convention in

German).
32 p. 8°.

New Albany, 1851.
[In English).
32 p. 8°

New Albany, 1851. Constitution; a copy of this constitution is contained in United

States Charters and Constitutions, Part I, p. 512.

Constitution - Continued.

Amended Feb. 18, 1873. A copy of this constitution is contained

in United States Charters and Constitutions, Part I, p. 527. Constitution Amendments. This constitution has been amended as

follows: Amendment adopted Feb. 18, 1873, relating to Wabash and Erie Canal certificates; March 14, 1881, four amendments extending suffrage to negroes, etc.; amendment regarding township, etc., election; amendment relating to public officers; amendment relating to superior courts. (Indiana State Library, Jan. 8, 1912.)

1911. Proposed Constitution; Jacob Piatt Dunn.

47 + 8 p. 8°.

Indianapolis, 1911.

IOWA.

HISTORICAL. 1803. Included in Louisiana Purchase. 1805–36. Formed a part of Louisiana in 1805; of Missouri in 1812;

of Michigan in 1834; of Wisconsin in 1836.
1838. Iowa Territory created by Act of Congress (June 12).
1846. Admitted as a State by Act of Congress (Dec. 28).

U.S. Charters and Const's, Part I, p. 528.
Sabin's "The Making of Iowa."

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Territory
Title of legislative body “Council and House of Representatives."
Session laws called “ Laws.”

State
Title of legislative body“ General Assembly.”
Session laws called "Acts and Resolutions."
Historical Bibliography of Iowa Statute law (1891); T. L. Cole. [Bound

in Law Bulletin of Iowa State University, Iowa City, 1891.]

SESSION LAWS. Territory 1st Session, 1838–39. 597 + (1) p. 8°.

[Original edition, Dubuque, 1839. The Library also has a reprint of the laws

of 1838 and 1839 by Charles Aldrich, Des Moines, 1900. 634 p. 8°.] Session, Nov. 1839. 227 p. 8°. (Reprint.]

(This reprint also contains a reprint of the extra session, held July 1840. See

next below.) Extra Session, July 1840. 63 p. 8o.

(Original edition. The Library also has a reprint of the laws of the extra ses

sion, July 1840, bound with the 2d session of Nov. 1839. 80 p. 80.]
Session, Nov. 1840. 135 p. 8o.
Session, Dec. 1841. 150 p. 8°.
Session, Dec. 1842.

(Contained in Revised Statutes, published Iowa City, 1843.)

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