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I; plan to'y Miki THEODORE SEDGWICK,15

... Speaker of the House of Reprefentatives. ..! ISSO TH: JEFFERSON;*. Vice-President of the United States, and Prési

dent of the Senate APPROVED-February 25, A, D. 1801.

· JOHN" ADAMS, . .. President of the United States.

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* CHAPTER LXXXII. · AN ACT to continue in force the acts laying .., duties on liçences for selling wines and foreign

distilled spirits by retail, and so much of the act laying certain duties on fnuff and refined sugar as respects a duty on refined sugar, on property fold at auction, and on-carriages for the convey.

ance of persons. D E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re

presentatives of the United States of ANCrica, in Congress assembled, That an act passed on the fifth day of June, in the year one thoufand seven hundred and ninety-four, intituled, “ An act laying duties on licencés for selling wines and foreign distilled spirituous liquors by retail;" and that so much of an act passed on the fifth day of June, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, intituled," Au act laying certain duties upon snuf and refined sugar, as respects a duty upon refined sugar, and that an açt passed on the ninth day of June in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-lour, intituled, "An act, laying duties on property fold at auction, and which acts were, by an act passed on the third day of March, in the year one thousand seven hun

wqded and ninety-five, continued in force until

the first day of March, in the year one thou.

fandleight hundred and one, fhall be, and the is fame are hereby continued in force without li. mitaţion of time, any thing in any former act to the contrary notwithstanding in

Sec. 2. And, be it further enacted, That so much of the thirteenth section of an act, passed " A& laying intrinhth doinof Move in the sens duties upon

ay 02 Days 11 w year carriages," one thoufand seven hundred and ninety-fix, in: &c. continued tituled; « An act laying duties upon carriages tation

without limifor the conveyance of persons, and repealing the former act for that purpose;" as limits the duration of said act, fall be, and the fame is hereby repealed, and said act is hereby con. tinued in force, without limitation of time. -me now THEODORE SEDGWICK.

* Speaker of the House of Representatives. Site .TH JEFFERSON,

Vice-President of the United States, and Presis t !! p*dent of the Senate ....*! . APPROVED February 25, A. D. 1801..

05:03 . i .. JOHN ADAMS, . HELE.

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President of the United States.

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CHAPTER LXXXIII.
AN ACT declaring the consent of Congress to

an act of the state of Maryland, palled the
twenty-eighth day of December, one thousand
seven bundred and ninety-three, for the appoint-
"ment of: & Health Officer.
D E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re-

O presentatives of the United States of Ame-
rica in Congress assembled, That the consent of
Congress be, and is hereby granted and declar.

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ed, to the operation of an act of the General *Assembly of Maryland, passed thetwenty-eighth day of December, one thousand feven hundred and ninety-three, intituled, “ An act to ap-point a Health Officer for the Port of Balti. more, in Baltimore county," so far as to enable the state aforesaid to collect a duty of one cent per ton, on all vessels coming into the diftrict of Baltimore from a foreign voyage, for the purposes in said act intended. . Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That this act shall be in force for three years, from the passing thereof, and from thence to the end of the next session of Congress thereafter, and no longer.

THEODORE SEDGWICK,"" Speaker of the House of Representatives.

.: TH: JEFFERSON, Vice-President of the United States, and Prej

dent of the Senate. APPROVED ---February 27, A. D. 1801.

JOHN ADAMS, -... Prefident of the United States.

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CHAPTER LXXXIV. AN ACT to allow the transportation of goods,

wares and merchandise, to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the way of Appoquini: mink und Sassafras. ... DE it enacted by the Senate and House of Re

:preferitatives of the United States of America, in Congress : affembled, That, any goods, wares and merchandises which lawfully might be transported to or from the City of Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the way of Elkton, Bohemia or Frenchtown, and Port Penn, Appoquinimink, New-Castle, Christiana-Bridge

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Newport or Wilmington, shall and may. law. fully be transported, to and from the city of Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the way of Appoquinimink and Sassafras river, and shall be entitled to all the benefits and advantages, and shall be subject to all the provisions, regulations, limitations and restrictions, existing in the case of goods, wares and merchandise, transported by any of the routes before mentioned.

** THEODORE SEDGWICK, itiri me : Speaker of the House of Representatives. 41... .. TH: JEFFERSON, Vice-President of the United States, and PresiLivestrea...dent of the Senate. APPROVED-February 27, A. D. 1801.

JOHN ADAMS, :55:7,

President of the United States.

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CHAPTER LXXXV.
AN ACT for the relief of Arnold Henry Dorh-

man, or his legal representatives.

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D E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re3. D presentatives of the United States of Ame

rica; in Congress assembled, That the President

of the United States be, and he is hereby au..thorized to issue a patent for the thirteenth

township, in the feventh range, to Arnold "Henry Dorhman or his legal representatives,

agreeably to a resolution of Congress of the

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first day bf O&tober, in the year one thousand su seven hundred and eighty-feven. Bad m ini 50

THEODORE SEDGWICK, gosto Speaker of the House of Représentativer. . :

. T. JEFFERSON, .. Vice-President of the United States, and Préfe**a!

i dent of the Senate. : :::. APPROVEĎ–February 27, 1801., :

JOHN ADAMS, ; . President of the United Slätés.

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CHAPTER LXXXVI. -. .'
AN ACT concerning the district of Columibia. -
DE it enacted by the Senate and House of Re.

D presentatives of the United States of Ame.. Lawe of Vir- rica, in Congress asembled, That the laws of fyland contin: the state of Virginia, as they now exist, thall,

be and continue in force in that part of the
district of Columbia, which was.ceded by the
said state to the United States, and by them
accepted for the permanent seat of govern, -.
ment; and that the laws of the state of Mary,
land, as they now exist, shall be and continue
in force in that part of the faid diftriét, which
was ceded by that state to the United States,
and by them accepted as aforesaid...

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the

faid district of Columibia shall be formed into It shall be formed into two counties; one county shall contain all that

part of said distriet, which lies on the east fide of the river Potowmac, together with the islands therèin, and shall be called the county of Washington, the other county fhall contain: all that part of faid district, which lies on the west side of faid river, and shall be called the county of Alexandria; and the said river in its whole course through faid district shall be ta.

two counties.

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