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1911. Ohio Constitutional Convention. Law providing for fourth con

stitutional convention. By C. B. Galbreath. Published by
order.
13 p. 8°

Columbus, 1911. Constitutions of Ohio (1787–1911]). [Contains) amendments, and

proposed amendments; (also) ordinance of 1787, Acts of Con-
gress dividing Northwest Territory and creating state of Ohio,
with historical data and historical introduction. By Isaac
Franklin Patterson.
358 p. 8°. Front. and il.

Cleveland, 1912.

OKLAHOMA.

HISTORICAL. 1803. Part of Louisiana Purchase; included in the original Indian

Territory. 1890. Oklahoma Territory created by Act of Congress (Mar. 2); a

small portion being taken from Texas. 1906. Act of Congress enabling formation of State government (June 16). 1907. Nov. 16, admitted as a State by proclamation of President.

See Reports of the Governors of Oklahoma Territory; also U.S. Statutes at large.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Territory
Title of legislative body“ Legislative Assembly.”
Session laws called "Session Laws."

State
Title of legislative body: 1st Session, “ Legislative Assembly.”

2d Session, “ Legislature.” Session laws called “Session Laws."

SESSION LAWS. Territory 1st Session, Aug. 27, 1890. (In revision of 1890.) 2d Session, 1 1893). (In revision of 1893.) 3d Session, (Jan. 8] 1895. xi + 298 p. 8o. 4th Session, (Jan. 12) 1897. xv + 314 p. 8o. 5th Session, (Jan. 10] 1899. xiii + 250 p. 8°. 6th Session, (Jan. 8] 1901. viii + 247 p. 8o. 7th Session, (Jan. 13] 1903. xi + 310 p. 8°. 8th Session, (Jan. 10] 1905. xiii + 449 p. 8°. State 1st Session, Dec. 2, 1907. viii + 800 p. 8o. 2d Legislature, 1st Session, Jan. 5, 1909. xxiii + 692 p. 8o. 2d Legislature, “ Extraordinary Session,” Jan. 20, 1910. xvii + 316 p.

8o.

3d Legislature, “Extraordinary Session,” Nov. 28,

1910. p. 1–20. 3d Legislature, (Regular] Session, Jan. 3, 1911.

p. 23-417.

Bound in 1 vol.

xxx + 439 p. 8o.

STATUTES (Compilations, Revisions, Digests). Territory Adopted Code; containing statutes of Nebraska extending over terri

tory of Oklahoma. By G. A. Brown.

iii +(1)+91+"746-1021” +(8) p. 4to. Topeka, Kansas, 1890. Statutes of Oklahoma (1890); W. T. Little, L. G. Pitman and R. J.

Barker. Including laws of 1st Territorial Legislative Assembly. xvi + 1318 p. 4to.

Guthrie, 1891. (1893); W. A. McCartney. J. H. Batty, J. M. Johnston. xvi + 1338 + (1) p. 4to.

Guthrie, 1893. Revised and Annotated Statutes (1903); W. F. Wilson. 2 vols. 4to.

Guthrie, 1903.

State
General Statutes (1908); Benedict Elder and W. L. Curtis. Pub-

lished by authority.
1774 p. 4to.

Kansas City, Mo., 1908. Compiled Laws (1909); Henry G. Snyder. Published by authority. xx + 2063 p. 4to.

Kansas City, Mo., 1909.

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, ETC. Note. - The constitution at present in force in this state is that of Nov. 16, 1907.

1906. Proceedings of constitutional convention of proposed state of

Oklahoma held at Guthrie, Nov. 20, 1906, to Nov. 16, 1907. 486 + 73 p. 8°.

Muskogee, N.D. Constitution and enabling Act, annotated. Approved June 16, 1906,

with amendments thereto, approved Mar. 4, 1907; also consti-
tution and ordinances as approved by the President of United
States. Compiled by C. O. Bunn and W. C. Bunn.
195 p. 8°.

Ardmore, 1907.

1906-7. Constitution, certificates, county boundaries, and election ordinances. 176 p. 8°.

Guthrie, [1907).

1907. Proposed Constitution. 96 p. 8°

Washington, 1907. Constitution; Senate Doc. No. 187, 60th congress, 1st session. 80 p. 8°.

n.p. N.D. With notes. By H. G. Snyder. iv + 521 p. 8°

Kansas City, 1908. Constitution Amendments. There have been none. (Oklahoma

State Library, Jan. 1, 1912.)

OREGON.

HISTORICAL. 1818. Prior to this time, district claimed by United States and by

England.
1818. Convention with Great Britain.
1824. Convention with Russia.
1846. Treaty with Great Britain fixing boundary lines.
1848. Act of Congress creating territorial government (Aug. 14).
1853. Washington territory formed of northern half of Oregon.
1859. Act of Congress admitting to Union (Feb. 12).1

U.S. Charters and Const's, Part II, p. 1482.
Johnson's short history of Oregon. Chicago, 1904.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Territory
Title of legislative body, “ Legislative Assembly.”
Session laws called "General Laws,” “Local Laws,” and “Special

Laws.
State
Title of legislative body, “ Legislative Assembly."
Session laws called “General Laws” and “Special Laws.”

SESSION LAWS.
Territory
Session, (July) 1849.

See Laws, General and Local, Salem, 1853.
Session, (May 1850).
2d Session, Dec. 2, 1850. “General.” vüï + 301 p. 8°.
2d Session, Dec. 2, 1850.

2, 1850. Local." 3d Session, Dec. 1, 1851. “General.” 71 p. 8°. 3d Session, Dec. 1, 1851. "Local." 40 p. 8o. 4th Session, Dec. 6, 1852. General.4th Session, Dec. 6, 1852. “Special.” 66 p. 8°. 5th Session, Dec. [5] 1853. General.”

See "Statutes of Oregon," 1855.

i No "enabling Act" was passed by Congress.

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