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.16 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch.55,56. 1'B36. tried, prosleculfed, and detprmlipicggdixgotllmiélgstrict courts hereby em. bl' hed, w ic may mc u e . _ ISM. I6. And be it further enacted, That all causes which shall. have been or may be removed from the courts held by the additional Judge for the Michigan Territory, in the coungep ofhBr'tl>`wn_pnd Ip}? py h' t the supreme cou lor e err: cry o 10 1- giiii?a:in(d- viihidhvghdlllbeoundetermined therein on the third day of July next, shall be certified by the clerk. of the, said supyeme courtzh and transferred to the supreme court of stud Territory of nsconsm, ere to be proceeded in to final determination, m the same manner that they might have been in the said supreme court of the Territory of M` h` . F,,";,,,,,,,,,,; And be it further enacted, That the sum of five thousand dollars for the dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any money in

 °f‘ the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended by and uudeiy° the direction of the Legislative Assgmbly of" sang Terrrtohry in she 

chase of a library for the accommo ation o sax ssem y, an o supreme court hereby established. Approved, April 20, 1836. Sruurn I. '"`_`° A 'l . . . LV.-A A tdd`t' to the act the twentyfourtb of.May one thou-

 Cxbiihd eight ]tdi1dr?edzdn(ll lrbbfnly-eight, englled “An acl to authorize lhb hoensurg

of vesse to be employed an the mackerel jis/wry. (a) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R resentatives of the _ United States bf America in Congress assembled? That vessels duly V°“°l*’ h' licensed under the provisions of "An act to authorize the licensing of

;£g,.;i):q;H? vessels to be employed lin the mackerel fishery," passed May twenty-

ery not subject fourth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, shall not be

f°’f°i*“'°“· deemed or taken to be liable to the forfeitures imposed by the- fifth and

Kc, of May thirty-second sections of the apt of Coplgreis, (ppprgved the teaghteenyh 1828, ch. 119. day of February one thousan seven un re an ninety- ree en 1- 1793, ch. 8. tled *‘An act foidenrolling and licensing ships or vessels to be emplgyed m the coasting trade and fisheries, and for regulating the same, _1u consequence of any such vessel, whilst licensed as aforesaid, having been engaged m catching cod, or fish of any other description what- P'°"l”°· ever, Provided, however, That this act shall not be deemed or considered as authorizing or entitling the owner or owners of any vessel licensed for the mac erel fishery, to receive the bounty allowed by law to Xessels emplpyeg gnotlgtggid fishery. vpnovnn, pr , . Snrurs I. . APT20w1g3G- Crm?. LVI.——An Act to pres `b themode papensimnsher oregranted """`_"" crbyc the UnitedqfStates."/ing` cw Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ paws author- United States of America in Congress assembled, That all laws and

 El: B-- S- parts of laws, authorizing or requiring the Bank of the United States,

pc,,B;,_m,}°,g_ or its branches to pay any pensions granted under the authority of the pealed._ United States, shall be, and the same are hereby, repealed; and such beP°E‘3*°¤¤ '° payments shall be hereafter made, at such times and places, by such pai accord- . . ,,,;,0 me dmc_ persons or corporations, and under such regulations, as the Secretary tions of the Se- of War may direct; but no compensation or allowance shall be made °’°"“Y '*' W"- to lsuch peirions or corporations for making such payments, without authority o aw. Approved, April 20, 1836. (a) See notes to act of March 2, 1819, ch. 48.