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i appropriaStates, for the year one thousand eight hundred ions. and one, there shall be, and hereby is appropriated the sum of three millions forty-two thou. fand three hundred and fifty-two dollars and ninety-five cents; that is to say:

For the pay of the officers of the navy of the United States, the sum of three hundred and eighty-two thousand feven hundred and eightyeight dollars.

For the subsistence of the officers of the navy, the sum of fixty-nine thousand eight hundred and two dollars and fixty cents.

For the pay of the seamen, the sum of eight hundred and fixteen thousand fix hundred and fixty dollars.

For provisions, the sum of five hundred and ninety-seven thousand one hundred and one dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For the expenses of medicines, hospitals, and hospital stores, the sum of thirty-one thousand fix hundred and forty-seven dollars, and twenty cents.

For the contingent expenses of the navy, including expenditure of military stores, the sum of thee hundred and forty-four thousand fix hundred dollars.

For saleries to store-keepers, clerks, store-rent, labourers, and other contingencies, the sum of thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.

For the pay of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates of the marine corps, the sum of ninety-nine thousand two hundred and thirtyfour dollars.

For the subsistence of the officers and privates of the marine corps, the sum of eleven thousand four hundred and eighty-six dollars and ten cents.

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Specific ap. For clothing for the marine corps, the sum of

thirty-three thousand five hundred and eightyone dollars, and thirty çents. :

For military stores for the marine corps, the fum of nine thousand one hundred and fixty-six dollars, and thirty eight cents.

For the contingent expenses of the marine corps, including camp-equipage, quarter-master, barrack-master, hospital stores, ffationary, and other contingencies, the sum of thirteen thoufand four hundred and thirty-six dollars.

For the expenses attending fix feventy-four gun ships, and for completing navy-yards, docks, and wharves, the sum of five hundred thousand dolárs.

For erecting marine barracks, the sum of twenty thousand dollars.

For maintenance of French prisoners, the sum of thirty thousand dollars.

For making up deficiency of former appropriations for the maintenance of French prisoners, the sum of forty-five thousand dollars.

Sec., 2., And be it further enacted, That the several appropriations herein before made shall be paid out of the unexpended balance of appropriations for the navy, at the close of the last year, and out of any other monies in the treafury not therwise oppropriated.

THEODORE SEDGWICK,

Speaker of the House of Representatives,
JAMES HILLHOUSE,

President of the Senate, pro tempore.
APPROVED--March 3d, 1801.
JOHN ADAMS,

President of the United States.

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An ACT for altering the times and places of holding

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Sec. I. DE it enacted by the Senate and House

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United places of States of Aniericain in Congress' assembled, That the holding the circuit courts of the United states, within the con districts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachu. Maine, N. setts and Rhode Island, shall, after the passing of Mallachu.

inmis Hampshire, this act, commence and be respectively held on setts, althe several days herein after expressed, instead of the times heretofore established by law : that is to sày: in and for the district of Rhode-Ifland, at Providence, on every first day of April, and at New-Port on every eleventh day of November ; in and for the district of Massachusetts, on every eighth day of April and twenty fifth day of October; in and for the district of New Hampshire, at Portsmouth, on every twenty-third day of April, and at Exeter on every fifteenth day of October; in and for the district of Maine, at Portland, on every first day of May, and at Wiscaffet on every fixth day of October, except when any of those days shall happen on a Sunday, and then the session shall commence on the next day following

Sec. "2. And be it further enacted, That all actions, suits, process and other proceedings of what nature or kind soever, depending and un-chofe cour determined before the circụit courts aforesaid respectively, or that shall be depending and undetermined on the first day of April next, before the district court for the district of Maine, acting as a circuit court, shall be continued to the

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Sec. 3 And be it further enacted, IThat all be proceed. writs and processes which have been, or shall be in.

duly sued out and made returnable to either of the circuit courts aforesaid, or to the district court for the district of Maine, acting as a circuit court, on either of the days on which the fame.courts were respectively to have been held, prior to the passing of this act, and all recogni. zances that have been or shall be duly taken and made so returnable (said writs and processes having been duly and seasonably served) shall be returned to and proceeded upon in the said next circuit courts respectively, which are next to be holden in and for the districts aforesaid, respec. tively, as hereby directed; and all property attached by virtue of such writs or processes, shall be held in due form of law to respond the final judgments that shall be obtained upon the same respectively.

Sec. 4 And be it further enacted, That the

district courts of the United States, in the state Times and places of of North Carolina, shall, after the passing of this

olding the act, commence and be held on the several days district courts in herein after expressed, instead of the times hereN. Caroli- tofore established by law, that is to say: at na, altered,

Edenton in and for the district of Albemarle on every last Monday of March, third Monday of June, and last Monday of November, at Newbern in and for the district of Pamptico, on every first Monday of April, fourth Monday of June and first Monday of December; and at Wilmington in and for the district of Cape Fear, on every second Monday of April, first Monday of July and second Monday of December

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That all actions, suits, writs, process, pleadings and other

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ance of or existing in the district courts of the districts of causes in the New Jersey and North Carolina, at the timc of district

courts of N. the passing of this act, shall be continued in Carolina manner following, that is to fay; all such com- and N. Jermenced, instituted, depending or existing in the

fey. district court of the district of New Jersey, to the next district court to be holden in the district of East-Jersey; and all such commenced, insti. tuted, depending or existing in the dirtrict court of the district of North-Carolina, shall be continued to the next district court to be holden in the district of Pampico. .

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That fron Placení and after the passing of this act, the circuit court huiding the

circuit of the United States for the district of Ken-court in tucky, shall be holden at Frankfort, within and keptneky. for said district, on the days already established by law, instead of at Beardstown, any thing in any other law to the contrary notwithstanding.

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the Chief judge chief judge of the district of Columbia shall hold bia to the district courts of the United States in and for the judge

r of Potomac the district of Potomac, and shall have, exercise dinriet. and perform, within the said district of Potomac, all the powers and duties now possessed, exercised and performed by the district Judges of the United States within their respective districts.

THEODORE SEDGWICK,

Speaker of the House of Representati vr.
JAMES HILLHOUSE,

President of the Senate pro tempore.
APPROVED-March 3d, A. D. 1801.
JOHN ADAMS,

President of the United States.

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