TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch.80. 1839. 335 The marshal of the district of West Tennessee, two hundred dollars; W.Tennesseo The marshal of the middle district of Tennessee, two hundred dol- Mljggpegseo lars; I 1 e ist. The marshal of the district of Ohio, five hundred dollars; Ohio. The marshal of the district of Indiana, four hundred and fifty dollars; Indiana. The marshal of the district of Illinois, three hundred dollars; Illinois. The marshal of the northern district of Mississippi, two hundred Mississippi, dollars ; Northern dist. The marshal of the southern district of Mississippi, two hundred Mississippi, dgllars; Southern dist. 'l`he marshals of the districts of Louisiana, two hundred dollars each; Louisiana. The marshal of the northern district of Alabama, two hundred dol- Alabama, lars; · N orthem dist. The marshal of the southern district of Alabama, two hundred dol- Alabama lars; Southern dist. The marshal of the District of Columbia, one hundred and fifty dol- 1£lp;i¤tofC¤- lars; ‘ · The marshal of the district of Michigan, two hundred and fifty dol- Michigan. lars; The marshal of the district of Arkansas, two hundred and fifty dol- Arkansas. lars; The marshals of the Territory of Florida, respectively, fifty dollars; Florida. The marshals of the Territory of Wisconsin, two hundred and fifty Wisconsin. dollars; The marshals of the Territory of Iowa, two hundred and fifty dollars. Iowa. Sec. 5. And be it fzrther enacted, That every person whose usual Returning place of abode shall be in any family on the said first day of June, one ;;;"""‘° P°" thousand eight hundred and forty, shall be returned as of such family; ` and the name of every person who shall be an inhabitant of any district or Territory, without a settled place of residence, shall be inserted in the column of the schedule which is allotted for the heads of families in the division where he or she shall be on the said first day of January, and every person occasionally absent at the time of enumeratidn, as belonging to the place in which he or she usually resides in the United States. Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That each and every free person Information to more than sixteen years of age, whether heads of families or not, be- be €H°¤·¤¤d°l’ longing to any family within any division, district, or Territory, made Wm y` or established within the United States, shall be, and hereby is, obliged to render to the assistant of the division, if required, a true account, to the best of his or her knowledge, of every person belonging to such family, respectively, according to the several descriptions aforesaid, on pain of forfeiting twenty dollars, to be sued for and recovered in any ¤g;"”8;°°°V°'• action of debt, by such assistant; the one half to his own use, and the ‘ °' other half to the use of the United States. Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That each and every assistant, Assistants to previous to making his return to the marshal, shall cause a correct copy, gg;)“l;,PB‘:l;f°* signed by himself, of the schedule containing the number of inhabitants dui; &c_ within his division, to be set up at two of the most public places within the same, there to remain for the inspection of all concerned; for each of which copies the said assistant shall be entitled to receive five dol- _ lars; Provided, Proof of the schedule having been set up shall be trans- P'°'"°°’ mitted to the marshal, with the return of the number of persons; and in case any assistant shall fail to make such proof to the marshal, with the return of the number of persons, as aforesaid, he shall forfeit the compensation allowed him by this act. Sec. 8. And bd it further enacted, That the Secretary of State shall t23U1E2z b6, and hereby is, authorized and required to transmit to the mar§ll&lS gtyucgigng, &,¤, of the several districts and Territories, regulations and instructions, to marshals.
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