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Section 101.51 | Printing of legislative document definitions.


As used in sections 101.51 to 101.543 of the Revised Code:

(A) "Composition" includes shape, size, paper, typeface, typeface size, line width, margins, spacing, division, binding, and other matters relating to the makeup of a document.

(B) "Document" means a bill, act, resolution, journal, pamphlet law, bulletin, index, report, form, or other document that is used in the proceedings or operations of, or that is laid before, the senate or house of representatives.

(C) "Method of printing" means a method of printing that mechanically or electronically produces or reproduces a document by completely and accurately transferring to paper or to electronic memory, the characters of which the text of the document is composed.

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