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Foreign intercourse, expense of, provided for, (fie Intera
- course quith Foreign Nois,

i. 128

Foreign coin, at what rate to pass i. 230, i. 161
Foreigners, how naturalized

iii. 163
Forfeitures, fines and penalties, how mitigated or remit-
ted

iii. 403
Forgery defined and punished

i. 105
Fortifications

iii. 18, 61
France, treaty with

i. 366
Frontiers, act for protection of

iii. 301
Fugitives from justice, to be surrendered on demand i. 17
-mode of proceeding in such cases

ii. 165
penalty for rescuing

106

n Georgia, consent of Congress to an act of the state of ii.289
Goals, resolve requesting states to pass laws making it the

duty of the keepers to receive prisoners committed
under the authority of the United States i. 362
-resolve authorizing the marshal of any state that has
not complied with the recommendation of Congress,
to hire, under the direction of the district-judge, tem-
porary goal for the prisoners committed under the
authority of the United States, till permanent pro-
vision be made by law

357
-Prisoners confined to have the privilege of the li-
* mits of .

iii. 335
--Prisoners, poor, may be discharged from, on taking

oath that they are not worth thirty dollars : 336
Goods, duties on, ( fee Duties,)
-exempted from duty

i. 251
to be entered on arrival at a port of entry in the Uni-
ted States, (See Duties, Collection of.)

195
-not duly inspected, according to the inspection-laws
of the U. States--not to be exported; and collectors

to refuse clearances to vessels having them on board 91
mmftolen, receivers of, how punished . 107
GOVERNMENT, Seat of, ESTABLISHED..
President authorised to locate a district not exceeding ten

miles square, on the river Potomac, to be the perma-
nent fcat of governdiret

132. 339
com. Inay appoint commiilioners (and supply vacancies) to

furvey and locate the same, who may purchase, or
accept lands; and, under the direction of the Prefi-
dent, providc buildings for the accommodation of
Qongreis

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If theat, and to be found

282

TGovernment, Seat of, Established.]
President authorised to accept grants of money to defray
the expense

. i. 133
Congress to remain at the city of Philadelphia, till the year

18co, and then the seat of government to be transfer-y
: red to faid district

i. 133
Commissioners, under the direction of the President, au-

thorized to borrow three hundred thousand dollars to

compleat the public buildings in said district' iii. 280
. Certain lots made chargeable, with the repayment of the

loans, and to be fold under the direction of the Preli-

dent, and the avails applied to that purpose iii. 281
If the product should be insufficient, the United States to
pay the deficiency

282
Lots fold, to be discharged from the charge, to repay the

loan
Commissioners to render accounts to the Secretary of the
Treasury to be laid before Congress

282
Governor of the Western Territory, his duty i. 32
Green, general, estate of, indemnified . 66. iii. 372

i H
Habeas Corpus, writ of, not to be suspended, unless re-
: bellion or invasion require it

i. 11
grantable by courts and judges of the United States 59
Half-pay, allowance of, to the widows and orphans of
· Officers dying by reason of wounds received in the

actual service of the United States iii. 106
Harbouring seamen who have deserted, how punifredi.139
Harbours and ports fortified

iii. i8. 61
Hopewell, treaty at, with the Cherokees

ji. 343
Choctaws

351

Chickasaws
Horses, killed in battle, belonging to officers whose duty

requires them to be on horseback, paid for ill. 287

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Intercourse with Foreign Nations. 7
The out-fits of a minister plenipotentiary, or a charge

d'affairs, shall not exceed the amount of one year's sao
· lary

i. 128
The President to account for the expenditures of the mo.

ney
Act providing the means of foreign intercourse, contin
nued

11. 159
Mode of settling the accounts for money appropriated to
foreign intercourse

160
One million of dollars appropriated, and former acts con-

tinued
Former acts continued

i

349
Twenty thousand dollars, in addition to the sum of forty

thousand dollars, appropriated for foreign intercourse,
for the year, 1796 i

.

349
Further appropriation of two hundred and fixty thousand

dollars, to carry into effect any treaty which has been,
or may be made with any of the Mediterranean powers

. iii. 349
President authorized to borrow, not exceeding 324,534

dollars and 6 cents, for the purposes aforesaid, and the

bank of the U. States authorized to lend the fame 350
Further appropriation of twenty-three thousand dollars,

for foreign intercourse, for the year 1796 -366
President authorized to apply 280,259 dollars and 3 cents,
.. to defray the expense of negociations with Algiers 402
The sum of y6,246 dollars and 63 cents, appropriated to
pay the annuity due to Algiers

402
50,000 dollars appropriated to prosecute claims of Ameri-

can citizens, for property captured by the belligerent
powers

426
INTERCOURSE with INDIAN NATIONS.
Boundary line between the United States and Indian tribes,

to be ascertained according to existing treaties iii. 302.
Any person crosling over said line, to hun, in the Indian

territory, or driving cattle to range thereon, shall be
fined not exceeding one hundred dollars, and impri-
foned not exceeding six months

303
Any person going into the Indian territory, south of the

river Ohio, without a passport, shall be fined not ex-
ceeding fifty dollars, and be imprisoned not exceeding
three months

304
Any person going into the Indian territory, and commit-

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