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4.40 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess.I. Ch. 8, 9. 1841. p,,,,;,;,,,,,,,,, United States, and all persons advising, or knowingly and willingly parfcr said offence. ticipating in such embezzlement, upon being convicted thereof before &"· any court of the United States of competent jurisdiction, shall, for every such offence, forfeit and pay to the United States a_ fine equal to the amount of the money embezzled, and shall suffer imprisonment for a term not less than six months nor more than five years.- _ Act of yum, Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the act entitled "An actto 23»1836. ch- regulate the deposits of the public money}? approved on_the twenty-

 °*‘3’lm‘,f third day of June, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, excepting the thir-

,,6cS_f;,p,,,,;,,d_ teeirlithl and fourteenth sections thereof, be and the same hereby is ree e . So much ofact P Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That so much of an act, passed ‘;g,;g‘h,f%gl the fourteenth of April, eighteen hundred and thirty-srx, entitled "An ,,,,,h{b?,s`,h,,’ as act making appropriations for the payment of the Revolutionary and ppyment by the other pensioners of the United States, for the year eighteen hundred · S- °f l"*“k and thirty-six," as provides that no bank note of less denomination than {gg3E2g,`;;:!;` ten dollars, and after the third day of March, eighteen hundred and tions, repealed. thirty-seven, no bank note of less denomination than twenty dollars, shall be offered in payment in any case whatsoever, m which money is to be paid by the United States, or the Post Office Department, be, and the same hereby is, repealed. Approved, August 13, 1841. Snrurs I. "`_"_` Aug. 16, 1841. Cum. VIII.-·-An Act to provide for the payment of Navy Pensions. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Appropriation. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of one hundred and thirty-nine thousand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and six cents is hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any money m the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of pensions and Promo _ an hall-pay chargeable on the navy pension fund: Provided, That all wi- ,,0,,, ,,,,dg,p,,c,` dovu or children of all naval officers, seamen, or marines, now deceas- 3d March 1837, ed, and entitled to receive or make proof of their pensions under the °,l}y03?vz,{‘“::‘§g· act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, shall reoyanyingvjyogj ceive the same until the close of the next session of Congress; but no tiocr, &c.who widows or children of any naval officer, seaman, or marine, who may HFZY hiF°,°%°’ hereafter die, shall be entitled to any pension by virtue only of any prougjeiibizcuét of vision in the said act. 1837, ch. 88. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, '1`hat no officer, seaman, or mas,E`;‘m_‘;f;;L&°- rine, entitled to a pension from the navy pension fund,who receives pay pay as a ,,8,, from the public treasury, shall receive more from the said fund than is sioner and ptH- sufficient to make the whole amount received from both the above- °" “' S°’“°°· named sources equal to the pay fixed by law for the grade to which the ollicer, seaman, or marine may belong as an officer in the services in which he may be engaged, during the year, so that no officer shall receive pay at the same time both as apensioner and an officer in service. Approved, August 16, 1841. Srurun I. "“"' Aug. 19, 1841. Cum. IX.-dn det to establish a uniform system of banlcruptcy throughout the Repealed, 3d United Slam' (G') g°"°h1843# °h· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ' States of America in Congress assembled, That there be, and hereby is, established throughout the United States, a uniform system of bank- W54)2 Sp; uotes of the decisions of the courts of the United States on the bankrupt act of April 4, 1800, In fhe case of Nelson, a petitioner in bankruptcy, in the Kentucky district, and Garland, an opposing creditor, seyeral points wereadiourned by the district to_the circuit court. U n the hearing of the case in the circuit court, the district Judge, as well as the jusuce of the Supreme Gibourt, sat in the case ; and,