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Authorizing the Board of Jurisprudence to superintend the publication of the Laws.
March 8, 1821.
RESOLVED, That the Board of Jurisprudence be, and they are hereby authorized to superintend and direct the printing of the laws revised at the present session of the Legislature, and to prefix thereto the Constitution of the United States, and of this State; classifying and arranging the whole, as to them may appear most convenient; and combining therewith, such of the laws of the last Session, and the present Session, as are of a general nature; the whole to be accompanied with a suitable index, marginal abstracts, references, and table of contents. And the said Board are hereby further empowered and directed to insert in an appendix to the said edition, such parts of the laws by which the several counties in this State have been erected, and their boundadies determined, as to them may appear necessary; and also such other statutes or parts of statutes, revised or not revised, as in their judgment may be useful and expedient.