Session laws are a compilation of the new laws passed in each legislative session. They may enact new provisions of the Ohio Revised Code, or repeal or amend existing sections. The session laws are the official statutes of the State of Ohio. The Ohio Secretary of State certifies the language of commercially produced codes, such as Page's and Baldwin's.
Laws of Ohio
Call Number: KFO 25.2 .05
The official session laws for Ohio published by the Ohio Secretary of State dating back to 1801. The print set ceased publication in 2006.
HeinOnline - Session Laws
Database: Session Law Library
Ohio coverage is from 1788-2020 and includes the Territory of Ohio (1788-1803).