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An act supplementary to the act, intituled, “. An

act concerning the district of Columbia,' An act to amend the act altering the district of Bermuda Hundred and City Point,

291 An act authorising the remission of duties on cer

tain teas destroyed by fire,' while under the care of the officers of the customs, in Providence, Rhode Island,

293 An act making appropriations for the support of

government for the year one thousand eight hundred and one,

297 An act directing the mode of estimating certain

foreign coins and currencies, and making out invoices in certain cases,

301 An act to augment the salaries of the district

judges in the districts of Massachusetts, NewYork, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, respectively,

302 An act in addition to an act, intituled, “An act

making provision for the further accommodation of the household of the President of the United States,

303 An act making appropriations for the navy of the

United States for the year one thousand eight hundred and one,

304 An act for altering the times and places of hold

ing certain courts therein mentioned, and for other purposes,

307 An act to amend the act, cntituled " An act to

provide for the valuation of lands and dwel ling houses, and the enumeration of flaves within the United States," and to repeal the act, intituled "An act to enlarge the powers of the surveyors of the Revenue,

310 An act for erecting light-houses on New Point

Comfort, and on Smith's Point, in the state
of Virginia, on Faulkner's island in Long-

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Island Sound, in the state of Connecticut, and

for placing buoys in Narraganfet Bay, 311 An act further to alter and to eltablish certain post roads,

313 Resolution respecting certain property of the U.

nited States in the possession of Thomas Claxton, James Mathers, and Thomas Damn, door

keepers to Congress,
TREATY of Amity and Commerce between his

Majesty the King of Prussia, and the United
States of America,

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316

PART

ACTS ART of the act for the remiffion of fines, &c. continued and part repealed

chap. 6. p. 12 Aflent of Congress given to certain acts of Maryland and Georgia

chap. 15. p. 41 " Ad concerning certain fisheries," &c. continued chap. 21. F. 84 Repeal of the 5th Sec. of the “ Ad to promote the progress of the useful arts,'&c.

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4. p. 90 65 Act to authorise the defence of the merchant veffels" &c, coutinu. ed in force

chap. 27, P. 9! Is Ait to prescribe the mode of taking evidence in cases of contested elections,"&c. continued

chap. 28. p. 92 « Ad for the governnent of the Navy," paffed ad March 1799, repealed

f. 11. p. 126 « Act in addition to the act for the punishment of certain crimes" &c. continued

chap. 35. P. 128 « Act laying daties on mills and implements employed in the manufacture of snuff," repealed

chap; 36. p. 129 " Ad laying an additional duty on falt,"&c. continued

chap. 43. p. 144 es Act providing for the sale of the lands of the Uuted States" &c. partially repealed

f. 17. p. 187 " Acts laying duties on licenses for selling wines and foreign dile

tilled spisite by retail; and so much of the act laying certain du. ties on (ouff and refined sugar, as respects a duty on refined fu. gar, on property fold at auction and on carriages for the conveyance of persons - continued in force

chap. 82. p. 264 " Ad to enlarge the powers of the surveyors of the Revenue,"re pealed

f. 3. p. 311 ADAMS, JOHN, Letters and packets to and from him freed from poftage

chap. 80. p. 263 f. 3. p. 316 ADJUTANT GENERAL. Allowance to his affiftant

f. 2. p. 91 ALIENS. See Patent, ALLOWANCE. See Compensation. ANN and HOPE. See Previdence. APPEAL. See Judiciary.

APPOQUINIMINK. Goods may be transported to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore by the way of Appoquinimink and Saflatras

chap. 84. P. 266 and tbe gth Sec. of the act for the better organization of the troops of the United States, may be suspended

l. 1. p. 127

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APPROPRIATION For the the purchase of copper for the mint

. furniture for the Prifidents house 1. 2. p. 1

130 for the Capirol

f. 3. p. 13° For making footways in the city of Washington

f. 4. p. 131 For the purchase of books for the use of Congress f.

5..p. 132 For placing buoys at Buzzard's Bay and the erection of a lighthouse

at Wigham Point For payment of interest on the new loan of 3,500,000 dollars

f. 2. p. 142 Of the proceeds of the loan

f. 3. p. 143 For the support of government for the year 1800 chap. 47. p. 148

-for the year 1801 chap. 98. P: 294 For the military establishment in the ycar 1800 chap. 48. p. 159

in the year 1801 chap. 89. p. 276 For the pary during the year 1800

chap. sz: p. 188 -during the year 1801

chap 102. P: 304 For holding an Indian Treaty

chap. 62. p. 196 Additional appropriation for the year 1800

chap. 65. p. 199 Of the proceeds of certain additional duties on imports f. 6. p. 223 For building a light house at Cape Puge For saying the augmentation of falary allowed to certain of the diftri&t judges

s. 2. P. 302 For building light houses on New Point Comfort Smith's Point and Faulkner's Illand, and for placing buoys in Narraganset Bay

f. 4. p. 312 ARMOURIES. Rations allowed to the superintendants and master armourers

f. 1. p. 147 Penalty on enticing away, employing &c. workmen under engagements to the Unitel States

f. 2. p. 117on evorkmen being guilty of certain misconduct l. 3. p. 148 Artificers and workmen exempted from military service and service as jurors

f. 4. p. 148 ARMY. See Indians. Further enlistments under the “ AQ to augment the army" &c. sufreaded

chap. g. p. 14 Rank and pay of the paymaster-general, and allowance to the allirtant of the adjutant general

chap. 26. p. Go Further appointments, ander the Act to augment the army &c.

f. 1. p. 205 Chcers and men appointed or raised under those laws may be dil.

charged, with certain exceptions
Three months extra pay allowed to them
ARSENAL. See Armouri:s.
ATTORNIES. Sec Judiciary.
AUCTION. See dits.

f. 2. p. 206
f. 3: p. 206

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Who may be a bankrupt
What thall be an act of bankruptcy

ibid Proceedings to obtain a commissiot of bankruptcy Commissioners to take an oath, and mode of declaring a bankrupt

1. 3. p. 48 They may cause the bankrupt to be arrested

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4. p. 49 They shall take into their posession the bankrupt's property, hooks

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5. p. 50 Notice of the bankruptcy, appointment of aflignees, proof of debts, and alignment of the bankrupt's estate

f. 6&7.p. SomCreditors may remove the allignees and chuse.others Suits not to be abated by the chaoge of assignees

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. Geveral effect of the aflignmeot by the commissioners It' ihali bar estates tail Commiflioners may tender performance of the conditions on which

f. 7. p. 53 f. 1o. p. 53 f. 11. p. 54

the bankrupt's property is pledged Effect of the assignment of debts and mude of their recovery

f. 12. p. 5+

Mode discovering concealed property cr debts
Summoning of witneses. &c.
Penalty on making a fraudulent claim
Commiflioners may assign property fraudulently conreșed f. 17. p. 58
Dory of the bankrupe to surrender hintelf and be examined, &c.

f. 13. p. 55 f. 14. p..56 f. 15. p. 57 f. 16, p. 57

f. 18. p. 58 {. 1o. P. 59

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Mode of examination when the bankrupt is in prison Days of meeting to be appointed within the term limited for the rura render,&c.

f. 19. p. 60 Houses, doors, &c. of the bankrupt may be broken cpen f. 20. f. 61 Baokrupt may be commicced for refufal to be examinet, &c.

f. 21. p. 61 Punishment of his perjury

ibid He shall have access to his books and writings, and shall be free from arrest in going to surrender, &c.

f. 22. F. 61 Peneliy' on concealing a bankrupt

f. 23. p. 62 Bankrupt's wife may be examined

f. 24. 52 Cummillioners to express the cause of commitment in their warrants

f. 2;. p. 53 Bruniy for discovering a bankrupe's estate Penalty on truttees concealing his property

jöit Goods of which the bankrupt is the reputed owner may he afigre.?

s. 27: p. 63 Penalty on the person fuing nat a commiflica receiving an endue fa tisfaction from the bankrupt

f. 28. p. 61 Making of dividends

f. 20 & 30. f.4--0 Bankrope's eftare to be propertionably divided without regard to the sreditor's fecurity

1. j. p. 67

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