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Additional daty on articles imported in foreign vesiels 5. 3. p. 202
How the above duties are to be collected

f. 4. p. 203
Appropriation of the proceeds thereof

f. 6. p. 203
Value of the Sicca Rupee of Bengal, Rupee of Bombay and the
Star Pagoda of Madras

- f. 1. p. 301
Invoices thall be made out in the currency of the place, whence
the importation is made .

• f. 2. p. 302
DWELLING-HOUSE. See Tax.

EDGECOMB.
Vefsels may upload at Edgecomb in Maine, in certain cases

f. 2. p. 162
ELECTION. See Contested Elections.
ENLISTMENT. See Army.
ENUMERATION. See Census.
EVIDENCE. See Contested Elections.
EXECUTION. See Prisoner,
FAULKNER’S-ISLAND. See Light-House.
FEES. See Compensation.

FISHERIES.
Acts concerning them continued

chap. 22. p. 84
FOREIGN INTERCOURSE.
Accounts for the contingent expences of, to be annually settled
and how

• . f. 2. p. 188
FORFEITURE, See Penalty.
FRANCE. See Commercial Intercourse with-French Depredations,
FRANKING. See Post Office

FRENCH DEPREDATIONS.
Act for the defence of the merchant vessels. &c. continued

chap. 27. p. 91
GEORGIA.
Afient of Congress given to a certain act of

chap. 15, p. 42
Respecting the settlement of limits with . f. 10. p. 166
GOAL. See Prisoner.
HABEAS CORPUS. See Bankrupt.

HARDING, COL. JOHN,
Further appropriation for his children - chap. 1. D. 207

HARRISON, W. H.
Allowed the privilege of franking and a compensation chap. 2. p.4.
HISPANIOLA. See Commercial Intercourse with France.

HOLMES NATHANIEL.
Act for his relief

. . chap. 81. p. 263
HOUSE. See Tax.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Additional compensation to the officers of

chap: 40 p. 138
IMPRISONMENT See Prisoner.

INDIANA TERRITORY.
Boundaries of it -
Form of government and privileges of the inhabitants f. 2..16

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. 1. p. 139
Powers, duties and compensation of the officers. f. 3. p. 140
Their commissions may be issued in the recess of Congress ibid
When its assembly shall be organised . . f. 4. p. 140
Seat of its government . •

f. 6. p. 141
INDIANS.
Penalty on certain correspondence with f. 1 & 2. p. 10 & II
On such correspondence wich foreign powers in relation to the
In jans

1. 3. p. II
Concerning arrests made of perfons pafing over the Indian boundary

chap. 30. p. 94
Appropriations for holding treaties with them chap. 62. p. 196
Provision for the expences of their visits

chap.68, p. 204
INSOLVENCY. See Prisoner,
INTERCUURJE. See Commercial Intericuric-Foreign Inter-

course.
INVOICE. See Duties.

JARVIS JAMES.
Resolution in honor of his memory

JUHASON. MAJOR THOMAS
Payment to made to a detachment of militia which ferved under

hiva - . . - - chap. 63. p. 197
JUDICIARY. See Courts Martial-Natal Courts of Enquir:

Natal, Columbia, Bankrupe.
Proceedings in the circuit court for Pencsylvania revived

chap. 1. p. 3
District judges may relieve prisoners in execution, f. 2. p. 7. &c.
Certain courts to give the cenius act in charge to the grand juries

f. 3. p. 29
Alteration of the times of holding the diitrict court in North
Carolina

- p. 43
Concerning persons arrested for paling beyond the Indian boundary

P 94
District and circuit courts shall have cognisance of offences againit
the Act ia adjition to the a't, coritied, “ An act to prohibit the
carrying on the slave trade," &c.

f. 5. p. 169
jurors in be detgnated according to the made used in the higheit

courts of law of the lates - - chap. 61.P, 195
Alieràtion of the terms of the supreme court-hox a continuance
may take place, when a quorum of judges does not attend

f. 1. p. 230
What writs mar be ittaed by the fupreme court f. 2. p. 230
Ticinfilt of but fire jadies after the next vacancy f. 3. p. 230
Dinion of the itates ini diftri&is in relation to the circuit cuures

f. 4. p. 231
Cianocation of the distrias into circuits

f. 6. p. 233
Juigcs to be appointed for the circuic courts

f. 7. p. 233
liars and places of holding the circuit courts

ib. i f. 1, Sc. p. joj, &c.

1

A circuit judge may alter the place of meetiog of the circuit court

f. 9. p. 236
General powers of the circuit court

- f. 10. P. 236
Subjects of the cognisance of the circuit courts f. 1. p. 237
Circuit judges to have cognisance under the bankrupt law

f. 12. p. 237
Certain fuits may be removed from the state courts f. 13. p. 238, &c.
One judge of the circuit court may hold the court for five days and
do certain acts therein

- - - 1.15. p. 241
In civil suits no arrest shall be made in one diftri&t for trial in an.

other, and no original civil process shall be brought but against

inhabitants of the diftrict or such as are found there ia f. 16. p. 242
Ofsuits founded on assignments

ib. P, 243
Trial to be by jury .

- f. 17. p. 243
Circuit judges may issue writs of ne-exeat and injunctions

f. 18. p. 243
They may order the removal of prisoners in case of danger

f. 19. p. 243
Continuance of suits actually depending in the circuit couris

f. 20. p. 244, &c.
Addicional district courts established, and times and places of hold-

ing them - - f. 21. p. 246, &c. f. 4, &c. p. 303
Clerks of the district courts to be appointed

f. 22. p. 249
Marthals and attornies to act in the sub-divisions of their district

itid
District court of Maryland to be holden at Baltimore only

f. 23. p. 249
District courts of Tennessee and Kentucky abolished their powers

vested in the circuit courts; and the judges of the 6th circuit

to possess the powers of judges of the district therein ib. p. 250
In case of the inability of the district judge, a circuit judge may
officiate . . .

f. 27. p. 270
Clerks of the circuit courts to be appointed - f. 26. p. 210
Former circuit courts abolithed

- f. 27. p. 21
Certain courts conftiruted courts of record - f. 28. p. ?;!
Test, signing and return of it'řirs - - f. 29. F air
Judges may grant vries of hab. corp. and isquis. f. 30. p. 252
Courts and judges empowered to administer oaths generally,

and take forety of the peace and for good behaviour f. 31-
Oash of a circuit idge - - - f. 32. p. 25
Appeals from the diftria to the circuit court and from thence to the
fupreme court
- - -

1. 33. f. 253
Writ of error to the circuit courts . - 1.347.257
Maríhals to be appointed for the diftricts - - f. 36. p. 25;
District aitornies so he appointed

f. 37. -- --
Compensation of jurors and winneiles - . f. 8.p. 276
Records of the circuit courts here to be kept f. 39.
Perlins attending couri, bow far privileged from arrett f. 40-~--

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rants

Salaries of the circuit judges, &c. .. . I

141. p. 257

rina
Salaries of certain of the district judges augmented chap. 100.p. 303
Chief judge of Columbia district is to be the judge for the diftrict
of Potomac .

..
.

. " . f.7.P. 309
JUROR. See Judiciary.

KENNEBUNK.
Diftrict of, established : : . fol. p. 161
KITTERY. See Portsmouth.
LAKE SUPERIOR. See Copper Mines. .
LAND. See Tax-Marshals--Land Office-Virginia Military Landsme

Symmes I. C.
Further time given for the registry and location of land wara

chap. 8. p. 13
Boundaries of the townships and quarter townships, furveyed under
the act regulating the grant of lands for military services

f. 1. p. 32
Locations may be made on quarter townships, &c. f. 2. p. 34
Certain fractional quarters to be taken for 4000 acres

ibid
Secretary of the Treasury to issue warrants for deficiences in the
quarters

. f. 3. p. 34
What is to be done in case the quarters contain more than 4000
acres

- 18. 4..35
Reservations for satisfying warrants held by individuals who perform-
ed the military service -

. f.5: P. 35
Reservations to be divided into lots of 100 acres " f. 6. p. 36
Warrants held by individuals for their military services, or by their

heirs, may be located on the 100 acre lots and patents may be
issued therefore

. . . . f. 72, 36
When locations are made on the same tract, priority is to be fixed
by lot

: 1.8..37
Public notice to be given of the reservations

. f. 9. 2. 37
The plat returned by the surveyor general, declared to be conclusive
as to quantity

. . . . f. 10. p. 37
Leases of reserved lands may be inade by the surveyor general*

1. 15. p. 185
LAND-OFFICE.
Four land-offices established in the N. W. Territory under the di:

rection of registers - - - - i. 1. p. 174
Surveyor general to transmit certain plats to the registers and to the
secretary of the 'Treasury ..

. f. 2. p. 175
In cause certain lines to be run and marked

f. 3. p. 175
Certain lands to be sold by the registers of the land-offices **

f. 4. p. 177
Limitation of the price, and mode of purchase f. 5. p. 178
Payments to be made to the treasurer or to the receivers of pub-

lic monies .. .. .. . . 6. p. 180
Duty of reccivers of public monies and their compensation" ibid

co registers of the land offices f. 7. 8. &c. p. 181, &c.

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Mode of making purchases by the registers..

f. 10. p. 184
Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe additional rules.

f. 11.p: 185
Allowance to the register . .

• f. 12.0, 185
the superintendants of public sales. " f.13..1186
Patent Fees is.. . . ..

. .. f. 14. p. 186
Pre-emption right given to the builders of mills,... f. 16. p. 186
Duty of receiver of public monies at Cincinnati in relation to rights
of pre-emption claimed by contractors with I. C. Symmes

s... 1. 3. 4. P. 282–3
His fees for the ráme: '

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T-ANDWARRANT See Lond
LETTER See PusraOffice. .

LEWIS, SAMUEL.
Act for bis reliéf 1'...

chap. 79, p. 362
LIGHT-HOUSE...
At New London to'be'rebailt; &c. -:

f1. & 2. p. 36
Ac Clark's Point (o be supported at the expense of the United
States, as, ..

., f. 3. p. 136
A light Housë to be erected at Wigiram Point f . s.p: 137
Another bn Cape Pogę

iii....

no. 220
Light houses to be erected on New Point Comfort; Smith's Point,

and Faulkner's Inand . .. . chap. 95.P: 311
- The Prefident authorised to borrow three milions and an half !

17.11 .!!!..chap. 43. p. 142
LOCATION. See. Land Variant. ' fear.com
","ins.: LYME.!!.

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Annexed to New London . His is

. f. 3. p. 1.63

.
'MARINE. See Nauji :...

. .
.. MARSHAL.. See Census Judiciary.
He may féll the interest of the United Starcs in lands delivered in

Sarisfa&tion of judgments - . - s. ). p. 145
Such sales heretofore made by the collectors confirmed f. 2. p. 1.6
Proceedings" to conclude the sale of lands 'in case of vacancy in the
. marshal's Office

... f. 3.P., 146
"MARTHA's VINEYARD. See Light House, ..

. MARYLAND
Certain Acts of the state of, consented to by Congress

chap. 15. p. 42, chap. 83. p. 265

MASSAC.,
Addition to the district of . .' 'chap. 88: p. 275
MATHERS, JAMES. See Congress.

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. See Army.',
Appropriations for, in the year 1800.

chap. 57. p. 188
- - in the year isor

chap. 89. p.276
MILITARY SERVICES. See Land.

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