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In 1888, all production was moved, by Edward Drummond Libbey, to Toledo, Ohio, where it continues today under the name Owens Illinois.
The main body of the church moved first to Kirtland, Ohio in the early 1830s, then to Missouri in 1838, where the 1838 Mormon War with other Missouri settlers ensued, culminating in adherents being expelled from the state under Missouri Executive Order 44 signed by the governor of Missouri.
Salmon P. Chase, class of 1826, was an American politician: Senator from Ohio, Governor of Ohio, Secretary of the Treasury under Abraham Lincoln, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Humble also tried marketing under Enco in Ohio, but Standard Oil Company of Ohio ( Sohio ) protested that the Enco name and logo ( a white oval with blue border and red lettering ) too closely resembled that of Esso.
Here, under the business acumen and efficient management of Frederick Rapp, they enjoyed such prosperity that by 1829 they dominated trade and the markets of Pittsburgh and down the Ohio River.
It was initially known under the working name of the Ohio State Normal College At Kent ,< ref >
The Osage, Omaha, Ponca and Kaw lived in the Ohio Valley, but under pressure from the Iroquois to the northeast, migrated west of the Mississippi River to Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma in the 1600s.
Large numbers of Russian scientific and technical documents were translated using SYSTRAN under the auspices of the USAF Foreign Technology Division ( later the National Air and Space Intelligence Center ) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
Three days later, elections in the region were held under Ohio law.
In the first contact between Michigan partisans and the Stickney family, the sheriff arrested two Ohioans under the Pains and Penalties Act on the basis that the men had voted in the Ohio elections.
Under Terry v. Ohio, law enforcement officers are permitted to conduct a limited warrantless search on a level of suspicion less than probable cause under certain circumstances.
* February 17 – Miami University ( Ohio ) is established on the township of land required to be set aside for it under the conditions of the Miami Purchase in 1794.
* December 15 – Cleveland, Ohio becomes the first major American city to go into default since the Great Depression, under Mayor Dennis Kucinich.
The continuing British activity in the Ohio territories prompted Longueuil to dispatch another expedition to the area under the command of Charles Michel de Langlade, an officer in the Troupes de la Marine.
Garfield later commanded the 20th Brigade of Ohio under Buell at the Battle of Shiloh, where he led troops in an attempt, delayed by weather, to reinforce Maj Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, after a surprise attack by Confederate General Albert S. Johnston.
The convention closed the Ohio chapter and re-opened it under more moderate leadership.
Burke was also a fugitive, under indictment for robbery and murder in Ohio.
In this engagement, Staff Sergeant Andrzej Ropel, a Polish immigrant who was at the time not a citizen of the United States, and Specialist William Geraci a native of Cleveland, Ohio, who was recently assigned to 1-87 from the Divisions Long Range Surveillance Detachment, ( LRSD ) led the squad under fire to a ridgeline above the " Halfpipe.
The writer and scholar Guy Davenport offers another explanation: " he pseudonym that he began to write under in prison is constructed from the first two letters of Ohio and the second and last two of penitentiary added.
Sherman proceeded to invade the state of Georgia with three armies: the 60, 000-strong Army of the Cumberland under George Henry Thomas, the 25, 000-strong Army of the Tennessee under James B. McPherson, and the 13, 000-strong Army of the Ohio under John M. Schofield.
They consisted of the Army of the Potomac, under Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, and the IX Corps ( until May 24 formally part of the Army of the Ohio, reporting directly to Grant, not Meade ).

Ohio and Revised
" The entire body of codified statute is referred to as a " code ," such as the United States Code, the Ohio Revised Code or the Code of Canon Law.
* The county prosecuting attorney and his staff prosecute felony offenses, along with all misdemeanor, criminal and traffic offenses in violation of the Ohio Revised Code.
In October 2009, the Ohio state government declared the City of Wellston to be in a state of fiscal emergency " as defined by Section 118. 03 ( A )( 6 ) and 118. 03 ( B ) of the Ohio Revised Code " on the basis of a " treasury deficiency ".
The City of Troy is a Statutory form of Government, as described in Ohio Revised Code Sections 731 and 733.
The appointment of constables is authorized by the Ohio Revised Code, which defines several roles for them.
Plaintiffs alleged that Ohio Revised Code § 2907. 01 ( E ) and ( J ), which prohibited the dissemination or display of “ materials harmful to juveniles ,” unconstitutionally violated both the First Amendment and the Commerce Clause of the Constitution.
The department is staffed by 24 full-time, state-certified police officers granted full police authority by the Ohio Revised Code.
The flag is prescribed in the Ohio Revised Code § 5. 011, and was adopted on September 30th, 1963.
Ohio Revised Code 4513. 263
Because that occurred before August 19 ( 80 or more days before the election ), Ohio Revised Code 3513. 312 applied: " the vacancy in the party nomination so created shall be filled by a special election ".
If Ney had waited until August 20, section 3513. 31 of the Ohio Revised Code would have pertained: Ney's replacement in the November general election would be named by a district committee of the Ohio Republican party.
The Ohio Military Reserve is itself authorized under Section 5920 of the Ohio Revised Code.
§ 5903. 02 of the Ohio Revised Code provides OHMR personnel protection under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act ( USERRA ) which addresses military leave from employment for both training and deployment.
Because that occurred before August 19 ( 80 or more days before the election ), Ohio Revised Code 3513. 312 applied, thus requiring " the vacancy in the party nomination so created shall be filled by a special election.
" If Ney had waited until August 20, section 3513. 31 of the Ohio Revised Code would have pertained and Ney's replacement in the November general election could have been named by a district committee of the Ohio Republican party.
See Ohio Revised Code sections 3505. 061 and 3505. 062 here.
In the United States, a modern example is found in Section 3767 of the Ohio Revised Code which defines such a position to investigate nuisances, where this term broadly covers establishments in which lewdness and alcohol are found.
* Chapter 715, Ohio Revised Code
An urban township is a designation of a unit of local government in Ohio as prescribed by chapter 504 of the Ohio Revised Code.

Ohio and Code
* 1974 – The Universal Product Code is scanned for the first time to sell a package of Wrigley's chewing gum at the Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio
* June 26 – The Universal Product Code is scanned for the first time, to sell a package of Wrigley's chewing gum at the Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio.
As such, there is not Title 32 United States Code equivalent for the sea services, even though Alaska, California, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Texas and Ohio have incorporated Naval Militia units.
Duly-sworn Ohio constables are considered peace officers under Ohio law, as are sheriffs, municipal police officers, state park rangers, Highway Patrol troopers, etc., and have full law-enforcement authority within their jurisdictions ( The Ohio Administrative Code defines a township constables jurisdiction as statewide ).
Many states have adopted all or part of the Uniform Probate Code, but often with local variations, In Ohio, the law of intestate succession has been modified significantly from the common law, and has been essentially codified.
Battelle is a charitable trust organized as a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of Ohio and is exempt from taxation under Section 501 ( c )( 3 ) of the Internal Revenue Code because it is organized for charitable, scientific and education purposes.

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