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Allignees shall keep books of account, open to the infpection of the creditors .

. . . f. 32. p. 68 Bankrupt bound to attend the aflignees, &c.

f. 33. p. 68 Allowance to the bankrupt out of his estate

f. 34. p. 68 He thall be discharged from all debes which might be prored under the commillion .

ibid Allowance when his estate does out pay half his debts f. 36. D. 90 How a certificate of discharge is to be obtained

f. 36. p. 7o What shall operate a forfeiture of the right to be discharged and to the allowance

f. 37 p.78 Bankrupt, when arrested, may be discharged on an habeas corpus

f. 33. p. 72 Debts due at a future day may be proved

f. 39 p. 72 Obligees of certain bonds and the assured in a policy of insurance may clain under the commission

f. 39. p. 73 Proceeddings on an habeas corpus, brought by a person commitied by the commisioners

. . 40. p. 73 Penalty on the goaler suffering such person to go at large . ibid Gaoler to produce bankrupt, &c. to the creditor s . 41. p. 74 Of-sets to be admitted . . . f. 42. p. 74 Alignees may by consent of the commissioners &c. agree to a com. promise or reference

f. 43. p. 74 Bankrupt's estate may be disposed of at public auction, free of dus ty, &c. • • •

• f. 44.p.75 Case of the bankrupt dying, pending the proceedings f. 45. p. 75 Commiflioners may demand security for the costs of the commillon

1. 46. p. 75 Diftrict judge shall fix the compensation of the commilioners

1.47 p. ;6 Penalties under the bankrupt act how recovered and appropriated

f. 48. p. 76 Defendants who have acted under the commitlion may plead the general issue and shall recover double costs

f. 49. p. 76 Property coming to the bankrupt, before be obtains a certificate, ihall be vested in the commilioners

f. 50. p. 77 Proceedings of the commissioners to be filed in the office of the clerk of the district coort. &c.

• f. 31. p. 37 Creditors may attend the examanations of the bankrupi and at the allowance of his certificate

- f. 52. p. 77 Trial by jurk may be had in relation to certain facts

'ibin Allowance to the bankrupt pending the proceedings . 53. p. 78 Creditors may direct where the money coming from the bankrupi's

estate Mall be depofited • . • 1.54. p. 79 Ilajority of the commiflioners may act

f. 55. p. 79 Of what facts abe com million of bankruptcy thall be evidence

f. 56. p. 79 Efect of a discharge under a second commision limited f. 57.0.0

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Claims of creditors may be tried by jury

8. p. 89 Bankrupe's eliate may be fold on credit de , 59. p. 80 The creditors or commiffiopers may release the bankrupt írom prie

fdit and the former may jue: a new execution, if he does not obtain a discharge, &c.

f. 6. p. Śi Hew the baåkrupt act shall affe& the insolventlaws of the staies

1, 61. p. 81 Saving of the rights of the United States and of each state as to their debes - -

**T. 62. p. 82

f. 63. p. 82 Limitation of the bankrupt act

1. 64. p. 82 Circuit judges to have cognizance under it

f. 12, p. 237 BERMUDA HUNDRED. See Cis Peint. BERWICK. Sce Portsmout.

BIDDEFORD AYD. PEPPERELBORO ! Created a port of entry for veíels from the Cape of Good Hope and beyond the same ::

***** BOSTON SOLOMON. IP:70: P: 260 Ad for his relief

p or - chap. 73. p. 228 Du i s .BR Created anew district : ..

s. 1, & 2. P. 26oSen i n BUOS.

www To be placed at Buzzard's Bay. . . lit. p. 137

d Navagantet: Bay . . 13. P. 312 CANADA" See afugees from

Stion
CANFIELD ITHA MARE
Anid for his relief.. .:

chap: 52: P T ? CAPTURE. See Vary-Geernment of CARRIAGESSee täs. i

BRISTOL

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Maghals of the districts and secretaries of the territories to cause an

muneration to be made - .. . ... .I.P. 34 They way appoint alluitants..

isid Oaths to be taken by the marshal, &c.

fol.:25 Comsencement and close of the enuineration .

ibid A liftapts to make returns

fol. p. 25 Penalty on their making no retum or a false one . . 2. . 23 Marshals, &c. to ile ailitant's rêturns, and take aggregate returns to be secretary of state

. f. 3. p. 28 Certain judges to give the cen'us ant in charge to the grand juries

:: 8. 3. p.29 Compenfation to the marshals and their aflftants. - f.4. p. 26 How tranfient persons and absentees are to be returned f. 6. p. za Certain persons bound to give infor:dation to the marshal's alliitants

f. 6. p. 31 Afittarits to poft up their schedules, &c

1.7.P. 31 Secretary of fate to give infractions for carryiog the cenfus act into effect

f. S. F. 31 Аза

f. 3. p. 95

Aet'to alter the oathis respecting the cenfus chap. 23. p. 86
CIRCUIT COURT. See Judiciary.

CITY POINT.
Alteration of the district of . -

f. 4. p. 162

chap. 96. p. 291
CLARK'S POINT. See Light-House.
CLAXTON THOMAS. See Congress.
CLEARANCE. See Commercial intercourse with France.

CLERKS,
Allowed to the superintendant of stamps
Secretary of the treasury authorised to employ certain clerks

chap. 94. p. 280+
CLERKS of COURTS. See Judiciary.
COD-FISHERIES. See Fisheries,

COLLECTORS OF THE CUSTOMS.
Compensation to them

f. 1 & 2. p. 172–3
Certain collectors to deposit bonds in the banks for collection

f. 3. p. 173
COLLEGE. See Rhode-Island College

COLUMBIA--District of.
Laws of Maryland and Virginia continued in force in the same

f. 1. p. 268
Formed into two counties

- f. 2. p. 268
Circuit court established in

f. 3&c. p. 26%
A marshal to be appointed for

f. 7. p. 270
An attorney to be appointed for

1. 9. p. 271
Allowance to the marshal, attorney and clerks

ibid
Compensation of the judges

f. 10. p. 271
Juftices of the peace to be appointed

f. 11. p. 271
Registers of wills and judges of the orphans court to be appointed

f. 12. p. 272
How to obtain execution, within the district, upon judgments alrea-

dy rendered in the courts of Maryland and Virginia f. 13. p. 272
Suits in the courts of Huitings for Alexandria and George Town
continued to the circuit court .

f. 14. p. 272
Teft of writs - . .

f. 15. p. 273
Saving of the rights of corporations - - f. 16. p. 273
Powers of the circuit court

f. 1. p. 287
Form of indictments, mode of recovering and distribution of penal.
ties
.

- f. 2. p. 288
Punishment of felonies

. f. 3 p. 288
Jurisdiction of the circuit court for Alexandria county
Magistrates of each county to form a board of county commif-
fioners
-

f. 4. p. 289
Duties and emoluments of the clerks of the court f. 5. p. 289
Delivery of fugitives . . . f. 6. p. 289
Powers of sheriffs and collectors, in certain adjacent counties, may

be excercised within the district, for the collection of certain pub.
Jic dues

5. 7. p. 299

Such sheriffs may make certain arrests

f. 8. p. 290
The chief judge and one of the associate judges may make certain
appointments -

- f. 9. P, 291
Chief judge to be also judge of the district of Potomac f. 1. p. 309
COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS. See Naty,

COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH FRANCE.
Suspended . . . . . . f. 1. p. 15
Security to be given on clearing for a French port f. 2. p. 16
Mafter of a vessel going to a French port and unlading through

compulsion may receive on board certain returns f. 3. p. 17
Treatment of vessels coming from a French port f.4&.5. p. 18 & 19
The Prelident may remit the prohibition of intercourse f. 6. p. 20
How Hispaniola shall be considered in this respect f. 7. p. 20
The President may instruct the public armed ships to detain vessels

suspected of carrying on the prohibited intercourse f. 8. p. 20
Penalties may be mitigated, &c. .

- . f.9. p. 21
Distribution of them . . . . . . ibid
The President may grant exemption from the prohibition to certain

vefsels • - - - - - 1. 10. p. 21
Former act partially continued . - f.11. p. 22
Limitation of this act .

f. 12. p. 22
COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE.“ ““
To counterstamp vellum &c.

f. 10. p. 99
COMMISSIONERS OF THE DIRECT TAX. See Tax.

COMPENSATION. See Bankrupt.
Allowed to W. H. Harrison, delegate from the N. W. Territory

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To the marshals and their afliftants for taking the cenfus f. 4. p. 29
'To che paymaster-general and assistant of the adjutant general

chap. 26. p. 90
To the superintendant of stamps and his clerks f. 2 & 3. p.95
To witnesses ouder a commission of bankruptcy f. 15. p. 67
To the commissioners of bankruptcy

. . f. 47. p. 76
To the officers of the Senate and House of Representativesaada

ditional - - - - chap. 40. p. 138
To certain collectors and surveyors of the customs chap. 54. p.198
To receivers of public monies in the North Western Territory

f. 6. p. 180. f. 6. p. 285. f. 9. p. 286
To the registers of the land-offices - - f.12. p. 185

f.9. p. 286
To the superintendants of sales in the N. W. Territory f. 13. p. 186
To the.public minifters

f. 1. p. 187
To the delegate of the North Western Territory s. 3.p. 22
To jurosu and witnesses -

f. 38. p. 256
To the judges of the circuit courts and judges of Kentucky and
Tenneslee districts -

f. 41.p. 257
Tothie marthals, attorney and clerks of courts in the Territory of
Columbia

f. 9. p. 271. f. 5. p. 289
To the judges of the same territory • . f. io. p.271
To other officers of the same

-

f. 1. p. 287
To certain of the district judges--augmented chap. 100. p. 303

CONGRESS.
Appointment of the time and place of their meeting after the
spring of 1800

. - chap. 67.p. 204
Resolution respecting certain property in possession of their doors
keepers

a. p. 316
CONNECTICUT. See Western Reserve of Connecticut. :

CONTESTED ELECTIONS.
“ Act to prescribe the mode of taking evidence;" &c. continued

. chap. 28. p. 92
COPPER MINES.
President to employ an agent to enquire concerning copper-mines

on Lake Superior - - . - p. 211
COURT. See Judiciary.

· COURTS MARTIAL-Naval.
Appointment of naval general courts martial art. 35. p. 118
Oath to be taken by its members . - art. 36. p. 118
communicer by the judge advocate

ibid p. 119
Giving of teftimony

art. 37. p. 119
Exhibition of charges and treatment of an arrested officer **

art. 38. p. 120
Continuance of the fitting of the court

art. 39. p. 120
Order for the fufpenfion of an officer

art. 40. P. 12I
How sentences are to be given and confirmed. Pardon and mitiga-
tion of punishments

- - art. 42. p. 121
.:: COURTS OF ENQUIRY-Naval.
Who may call them. Their powers, &0.

f. 2. p. 12'1
Oaths of the members and of the judge advocate art. 3. P. 122
CRIMES. See Penalties.
DEBT. See Insolvency.
DIRECT TAX. Sce Tax.
DISTRICT COURTS. See Indiciary.

DOORKEEPERS OF CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning certain property in their poffeffion p. 316

DORHMAN, ARNOLD HENRY.
Ad for the relief of his legal representatives chap 85. p. 267

DRAWBACKS.
A further sum to be retained thereon

chap. 64. p. 198
Additional drawback on. sugar refined and fyirits distilled from ino.
lalies within the United States

- f. 5. p. 203
Allowed on goods exposted to New-Orleans chap. 21. p. 84
DUNN, THOMAS. See Congress.

DUTIES.
Additional duties laid on sugar and molasses and such articles as
paid ten per cent

f. 1. 4. 201
New daties on wines

f. 2. p. 202

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