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394 TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. SESS]. Ch. 47, 48. 1840. Srnvrs I. CHAP. XLVIL-Alu Act to amend the act approved Mag thirteenth, eighteen hwy Imly .._20’..18.4..0.'. dred, entitled ** An act to amend an ati entitled ‘ An acl to eslablaslt lhejudicial 113;; of 13, courts tf the United States] "(a) ’ c l l Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Jumrs of U_S_ United States of America in Congress assembled, That jurors to serve conns in each in the courts of the United States, in each State respectively, shall have F;¤**‘> *°ll]E*"° the like qualifications, and be entitled to the like exemptions, as jurors ,}O;Sq‘Ec_°a' of the highest court of law of such State now have and are entitled to, 184-1, ch. 38. and shall hereafter from time to time have and be entitled to, and shall be designated by ballot, lot, or otherwise, according to the mode of forming such juries now practised and hereaher to be practised therein, m so fer as such mode may be practicable by the courts of the United States, or the officers thereof; and for this purpose, the said courts shall have power to make all necessary rules and regulations for conforming the designation and empannelling of juries, m substance, to the laws and usages now in force in such State; and further, shall have power, by rule or order, from time to time, to conform the same to {my change in these respects which may be hereafter adopted by the Legisletures of the respective States for the State courts. Y Am-novrm, July 20, 1840. S·rn·nr1zI. In I M he k Cum-. XLV[lI.—An Act in addition tal severe acts regu ing t s qtment

 and discharge of seamen, and the duties of consuls.(b)

irggnihlgfigl. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 1,-254, 690; United States of America in Congress assembled, As follows: Vghzfixg-lm First. The duplicate list of the crew of any vessel bound on a foreign of qrgw to bg ,, voyage, made out pursuant to the act of February twenty-eighth, eighteen fair cow, &·c. hundred and three, shall be a fair copy in one uniform handwriting, without erasure or interlineation. Qwners to ob- Second. It shall be the duty of the owners of every such vessel to "““.“ “’“° “”d obtain from the collector of the customs of the district from which the certified copy of . d . h. . . I the shipping M, clearance IS made, a true an certified copy of the- s ipping urtic es, ticles, &.c. containing the names of the crew, which shall be written in a uniform . hand, without erasures or interlineations. (a) An act to amend an act entitled, "An act to amend the act approved May 13, 1800, entitled, ‘An act to amend an act to establish the judicial system of the United States ;’ “March 3, 1841, chap. 38. An act supplementary to an act, entitled "An act to amend the act approved May 13, 1800, entitled egllact Lo amend an act entitled an act to establish the judicial courts of the United States ;" March 19, 2, c ap. 7. (b) The acts which have been (passed relative to seamen in the United States, are :— An act {or the government an regulation of seamen in the merchant service; July 20, 1790, chap. 29. An act concerning certain fisheries of the United States and for the regulation and government of the fishermen employe therein; expired. February 16, 1792, chap. 6. MAnhn§t Bthohrcgulntion of seamen on board the public and private vessels of the United States; arc , , c ap. 2. An act to continue in force "An act concerning certain fisheries of the United States, and for the regulation and government of the fishermen employed therein," and for other purposes as therein mentioned; Axpril 12, 1800, chap. 22. An act or the relief of sick and disabled seamen; July 16, 1798, chap. 77. May 3, 1802, chap. 5]. An act in addition to "An act for the relief of sick and disnbled seamen;" March 2, 1799, chap. 36. An act concerning consuls und vice-consuls; April 14, 1792, chap. 24, sec. 7, 8. An act supplemental to the act concerning consuls and vice-consuls, and for the protection of American seamen; February 28, 1803, chap. 9, sec. 2, 3, 4. An act to amend the nct, entitled "An act for the government and regulation of seamen in the merchant service ;" March 2, 1805, chap. 28. _ An act authorizing the Secretary of State, during the continuance of the present war, to make an additional_ allowance to the owners and masters of vessels, for bringing back to the United States destitute and distressed American senmcn; December 1, 1814, cliup. 8. °fA:,1naet;n avddnigg to selverulgcts regulating the shipmcht and discharge of seamen, and the duties c s · u , , c ap. · F gncalpprogriation for the relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries; a . . An act forythe government of persons in certain fisheries; June 19, 1813, chap. 2.