Clipped From The Zanesville Courier
OHIO LESISLATDEE. But little as yet has been done in House. The following arc the officers of tbe Senate: Spcaktr pro tern.--R. J. Atkinson, of Carroll. f Clerk--C. B. Flood, of Columbus. 'First At*t. do.--Albert D. Wright, of Perrysburgh. Sxoni do.--Jeremiah Williams. SvgMnt-at'Arms--Albert D. Welch, of Columbians. First Asst. Jo.--Montgomery Stevens, Hamilton. Second Jo.--Anthony W. Smith. The following are thc officers of House of Representatives: the Speal.cT--Francis C. LeBlond, of Mercer conuty. Clerk--Geq. W. Johnes, of Licking. Pint Asst. do.--John W. Kees. of Second do.--Alphonso Hart, of Colu'm- biana. Sergtanl-al-Arms -- Beuj. Robinson, Hamilton. Â· FirttAiit. Jo.--Ja's Culbertsoa,of " Second do.--Curtis Berry, of Wyandot. ' ' Hr. Flood has presented to thc memorial, asking for an examination . charges which have been brought Â· kin of having drawn more money, of the Senate, than he was entitled law, and the Senate has appointed thc following examining committee: Messrs. Smith of Athens, Sherman and one Loco, one Whig and one There is also another resolution, asking for information concerning the printing circulation of the laws and other documents. Petition t for a law similar to that Maine, for Â· prohibition of the traffic toxicating liquors, were presented by Townsheud. and referred to a select Â·u'ttee, not yet appointed.