United States Statutes at Large/Volume 4/18th Congress/2nd Session/Chapter 3

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Dec. 28, 1824.
Chap. III.—An Act to authorize the Legislature of the State of Ohio to sell and convey certain tracts of land granted to said State for the use of the people thereof.

Legislature of Ohio authorized to sell certain tracts of land.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Legislature of the State of Ohio shall be, and is hereby, authorized and empowered to cause to be sold and conveyed in such manner, and on such terms and conditions, as said Legislature shall, by law, direct, the following tracts of land heretofore granted to said State, for the use of the people thereof, to wit:1802, ch. 40, §7. so much of the six mile reservation, including the salt springs, commonly called the Sciota Salt Springs, as remains unsold; the salt springs near the Muskingum River, and in the Military Tract, with the sections of land which include the same; the proceeds thereof to be applied to such literary purposes as said Legislature may hereafter direct; and to no other use, intent, or purpose, whatsoever.

Approved, December 28, 1824.