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C10 TWENTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 73, 74, 75, 76. 1843. S·u·r¤1·¤ III. March 3 1g4g_ Cnn. LXXIII.-.:2n Act to reduce the salary of the surveyor of the port of Cam- -—-—-~-L-- den, Aéw Jersey. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the sm,-y,,,,3uc€d_ United States ¢y" America in Congress assembled, That the sa.la.ry of the surveyor of the port of Camden, in the State of New Jersey, shall be fixed at two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, besides the lawful fees allowed to surveyors. Actmakc ef. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That this act shall take effect g¢L;£;>emi¤¤ from the date of its passage, and all zgzts or gras of acts inconsistent ‘ with the revisions of this act are here re e e . "°‘“ ""’°"""" Amogm, March 2, 1843. y P Srnurs III. -—— Mami 3, $43- C1-np. LXXlV.—-dn Act to change the times of hdding the circuit and dislries

 courts for the district of East Tennessee. (a)

1g3g’g‘jf2* I3 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rquresentatives of the United ]83[’ Cb_ ;_' ’ States of America in Congress assembled, That the circuit and district Acwf Jan- 18, courts of the United States for the district of East Tennessee, shell 1§g?[;c;hé‘.3,;Old_ hereafter be held on the third Mondays of April and October in each ing ,,,,;,1 mms and every year, instead of the times now prescribed by law, under the changed- same rules, in the same manner, and under the same regulations now prescribed for the holding of said courts. In eqse ofnen. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in case of the nomatteud- ¤¤¤¤$i¤¤9¤ of ance from any cause of the district judge at either of the courts in E};‘$g;S';;‘:;ui, either of the districts in the State of Tennessee, required or authorized judge’tc hold to be held by him, the circuit judge whose circuit includes said districts ¤<>¤¤» &<=- may hold the same, and in addition to the jurisdiction now conferred on him, shall have and exercise the same jurisdiction and powers now conferred on said district judge. Avpuovnn, March 3, 1843. Sruum: III. """_' Much 3, 184;,; Gun. LXXV.-.411 Act to _/izc the compensation of the Commissioner of Public ——;-——— Buildings. Be it enacted by the Senate and House if Representatives of the Uni· Compensation ted States of America in Congress assem led, That the compensation HX6d- of the Commissioner of Public Buildings shall be two thousand dollars per annum, and no more. Reiativeto the Sec. 2. And be it{urther enacted, That no portion of the appm· ¤§PU¤¤'Y<>¤ Q? priation for public bur dings and grounds, or any improvement or alterafi°‘:]”§§f';5Q?,; tion of the same, shall be applied to the payment of a. clerk or clerks in buildings and the office of said commissioner, or of an architect, unless the same be 8*‘>¤¤d¤-1 expressly provided for in the act. A,,,S;,,,,,,,,S,,,,. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That all acts or parts of acts incm herewith consistent with the provisions of this act be, and the same hereby are, ’°P°°l°d· repealed. Armzovmp, March 3, 1343. STATUTE HL C LXXVI-.0 A t makif f t/uz t ini-. . n c n¤· u r a wm ar a men o mw en·

 sions due on t}ze(£rsl day of Ju7y,‘£?%)1emusand eight lzucndzcd ano{forlg:i*£rcc,

[Obsolete.] and on thejirst y of Jammry, one thousand cig}:.! hundred andfwtyfour. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Apprepm. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the ibllowing tions. sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in (a) Circuit courts in Tennessee, vol. 2, 420, 477, 516, 693. District Courts in Tennessee, vol. 2, 273; 8ct of 1839, chap. 3. Process in the Circuit Courts of Eas: and West Tennessee, vol. 3, 661.