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United States Statutes at Large, Volume 1, Lists and Tables
United States Congress
Table No. II. Acts Relating to the Judiciary
TABLE NO. Ⅱ.


COMPRISING


THE ACTS OF CONGRESS


FROM 1789 T0 1845, INCLUSIVE,


RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.




FIRST CONGRESS.—1789.
   
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Statute.—Establishment of the Judicial Courts of the United States. An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States.Sept. 24, 1789.
Vol. Ⅰ. 73
Regulation of Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States.Sept. 29, 1789
Vol. Ⅰ. 93
1790.
Statute.—Laws of the United States, giving effect to, in North Carolina. An act for giving effect to the several acts therein mentioned in respect to the State of North Carolina, and other purposes.Feb. 8, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 99
Authentication of the Acts and Judicial Proceedings of the States. An act to prescribe the mode in which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings in each State, shall be authenticated so as to take effect in any other State.May 26, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 122
Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to continue in force an act passed at the last session of Congress, entitled “An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States.”(Expired.)May 26, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 123
Courts of the United States in North Carolina. An act for giving effect to an act entitled “An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States” within the State of North Carolina.June 4, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 126
Judicial Courts of the United States in Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. An act for giving effect to an act entitled “An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States” within the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.(Obsolete.)June 23, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 128
Circuit Courts in South Carolina and Georgia, and District Court of Pennsylvania. An act to alter the times for holding the Circuit Courts of the United States in the districts of South Carolina and Georgia, and providing that the District Court of Pennsylvania shall in future be held in the city of Philadelphia only.(Obsolete.)Aug. 11, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 184
1791.
Statute.—Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to continue in force for a limited time an act passed at the first session of Congress, entitled “An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States.(Repealed and supplied.)Feb. 18, 1791.
Vol. Ⅰ. 191
Laws of the United States extended to Vermont. An act giving effect to the laws of the United States within the State of Vermont.March 2, 1791.
Vol. Ⅰ. 197
SECOND CONGRESS.—1791, 1792.
Statute.—Process in the Courts of the United States, and Compensation of Officers of the Courts, Jurors, and Witnesses. An act for regulating processes in the Courts of the United States, and providing compensation for the officers of the said Courts, and for jurors and witnesses.May 8, 1792
Vol. Ⅰ. 275
1792, 1793.
Statute.—Fees in Admiralty Proceedings in the District Courts of the United States. An act to ascertain the fees in admiralty proceedings in the District Courts of the United States, and for other purposes.(Expired.)March 1, 1793
Vol. Ⅰ. 332
Courts of the United States. An act in addition to the act entitled “An act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States.”(Obsolete.)March 2, 1793
Vol. Ⅰ. 333
Circuit Courts in North Carolina, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. An act to alter the times and places of holding the Circuit Courts in the eastern district of North Carolina, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)March 2, 1793
Vol. Ⅰ. 335
THIRD CONGRESS.—1794.
Statute.—District Courts of New Hampshire. Duties as to Invalid Pensioners assigned to the District Attorney of New Hampshire. An act transferring for a limited time the jurisdiction of suits and offences from the District to the Circuit Court of New Hampshire, and assigning certain duties in respect to invalid pensioners to the attorney of the said district.(Expired.)April 3, 1794
Vol. Ⅰ. 352
Adjournment of the Circuit Courts. An act further to authorize the adjournment of the Circuit Courts.May 19, 1794
Vol. Ⅰ. 369
Courts of the United States. An act making certain alterations in the act for establishing the judicial courts, and altering the time and place of holding certain courts.June 9, 1794
Vol. Ⅰ. 395
1794, 1795.
Statute.—Courts of the United States. An act to amend and explain the twenty-second section of the “Act establishing the judicial courts of the United States.”Dec. 12, 1794
Vol. Ⅰ. 404
District Courts of Pennsylvania, certain Suits and Process revived. An act reviving certain suits and process which have been discontinued in the District Court of Pennsylvania.Jan. 28, 1795
Vol. Ⅰ. 410
Fees in Admiralty Cases in the District Courts of the United States. An act to continue in force the “Act for ascertaining the fees in admiralty proceedings in the District Courts of the United States, and for other purposes.”Feb. 25, 1795
Vol. Ⅰ. 419
Additional Compensation to the District Judges of Rhode Island and Delaware. An act for allowing an additional compensation to the judges of the districts of Rhode Island and Delaware.Feb. 27, 1795
Vol. Ⅰ. 423
FOURTH CONGRESS.—1796.
Statute.—Circuit Court of North Carolina. An act making certain provisions in regard to the Circuit Court for the district of North Carolina.March 31, 1796
Vol. Ⅰ. 450
Fees in Admiralty Proceedings. An act to continue in force “An act to ascertain the fees in admiralty proceedings in the District Courts of the United States, and for other purposes.”March 31, 1796
Vol. Ⅰ. 451
Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Pennsylvania. An act to repeal so much of an act entitled “An act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States,” as directs that alternate sessions of the Circuit Court for the district of Pennsylvania shall be holden at Yorktown, and for other purposes.May 12, 1796
Vol. Ⅰ. 463
Circuit Courts of Vermont and Rhode Island, &c. An act altering the sessions of the Circuit Courts in the district of Vermont and Rhode Island, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)May 7, 1796
Vol. Ⅰ. 475
1796, 1797.
Statute.—Laws of the United States extended to Tennessee. An act giving effect to the laws of the United States within the State of Tennessee.Jan. 31, 1797
Vol. Ⅰ. 496
Crimes. An act in continue in force for a limited time the act, in addition to the act, for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.(Expired.)March 2, 1797.
Vol. Ⅰ. 497
Circuit Courts of the United States. An act concerning the Circuit Courts of the United States.March 3, 1797.
Vol. Ⅰ. 517
FIFTH CONGRESS.—1797.
Statute.—Reviving and continuing Suits and Process in the Circuit Court of North Carolina. An act for reviving and continuing suits and process in the Circuit Court of North Carolina.July 5, 1797.
Vol. Ⅰ. 526
1798.
Statute.—Crimes. An act in addition to the act entitled “An act for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.”(Expired.)July 14, 1798.
Vol. Ⅰ. 596
Courts of the United States. An act in further addition to the act entitled “An act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States.” July 16, 1798.
Vol. Ⅰ. 609
1799.
Statute.—Crimes. Holding Correspondence with a Foreign Government, &c. An act for the punishment of certain crimes therein specified.Jan. 30, 1799.
Vol. Ⅰ. 613
Compensation for Marshals, Clerks, Attorneys, Jurors, and Witnesses. An act providing for the compensation of the marshals, clerks, attorneys, jurors, and witnesses in the courts of the United States, and to repeal certain parts of the acts therein mentioned, and for other purposes.Feb. 28, 1799.
Vol. Ⅰ. 624
District Court in Vermont. An act altering the times of holding the District Court in Vermont.Feb. 28, 1799.
Vol. Ⅰ. 627
Bail. An act providing for the security of bail in certain cases.March 2, 1799.
Vol. Ⅰ. 727
SIXTH CONGRESS.—1799, 1800.
Statute.—Suits in the Circuit Court of Pennsylvania. An act for reviving and continuing suits and proceedings in the Circuit Court for the District of Pennsylvania.Dec. 24, 1799.
Vol. Ⅱ. 3
District Courts in North Carolina. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court in North Carolina.(Obsolete.)March 19, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 18
Punishment of Crimes. An act to continue in force the act in addition to the act for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.(Obsolete.)April 24, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 54
Amendment of the Judicial Act. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States.”May 13, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 82
1801.
Statute.—Courts of the United States. An act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States.(Repealed.)Feb. 13, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 89
Salaries of District Judges. An act to augment the salaries of the district judges in the districts of Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland respectively.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 121
Times and Places of holding certain Courts, &c. An act for altering the times and places of holding certain courts therein mentioned, and for other purposes.(Repealed.) March 3, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 123
SEVENTH CONGRESS.—1802.
Statute.—Organization of the Courts of the United States. An act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the courts of the United States, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)March 8, 1802.
Vol. Ⅱ. 132
Judicial System of the United States. An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.April 29, 1802.
Vol. Ⅱ. 156
1803.
Statute.—Providing for the Execution of the Laws of the United States in the State of Ohio. An act to provide for the due execution of the laws of the United States within the State of Ohio.Feb. 19, 1803.
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Courts of the United States in Kentucky District. An act to alter the time of holding the Court of the United States in Kentucky district.March 2, 1803.
Vol. Ⅱ. 242
Judicial System of the United States. An act in addition to an act entitled “An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.March 3, 1803.
Vol. Ⅱ. 244
EIGHTH CONGRESS.—1803, 1804.
Statute.—District Courts in Virginia, Rhode Island, and West Tennessee. An act altering the sessions of the District Courts of the United States for the districts of Virginia, Rhode Island, and for the district of West Tennessee. March 23, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 273
Louisiana erected into two Territories, and temporary Government established. An act erecting Louisiana into two territories, and providing for the temporary government thereof.(Obsolete.)March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 283
Adjournment of the District Courts of the United States. An act to authorize the adjournment of District Courts by marshals, in certain cases.March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 291
Authentication of Public Acts, Records, and Judicial Proceedings. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to prescribe the mode in which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings in each State shall be authenticated so as to take effect in every other State.”March 27, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 298
Additional Judge for the Mississippi Territory. An act for the appointment of an additional judge for the Mississippi territory, and for other purposes.March 27, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 301
1804, 1805.
Statute.—Jurisdiction given to Territorial Courts similar to that of the District Court of Kentucky. An act to extend jurisdiction in certain cases to the territorial courts.March 3, 1805.
Vol. Ⅱ. 338
NINTH CONGRESS.—1805, 1806.
Statute.—Circuit Court in North Carolina. An act for altering the time for holding the Circuit Court in the district of North Carolina, and for abolishing the July term of the Kentucky District Court.Feb. 28, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 354
Jurisdiction given to certain State Courts in Suits and Prosecutions under the Common Law. An act to extend jurisdiction in certain cases to state judges and state courts.March 8, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 354
Courts of the United States in the District of Columbia. An act for the regulation of the times of holding the courts of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.April 21, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 390
Counterfeiting the current Coins of the United States. An act for the punishment of counterfeiting the current coin of the United States, and for other purposes.April 21, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 404
1806, 1807.
Statute.—Circuit and District Courts in North Carolina. An act to alter the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the district of North Carolina.Feb. 4, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 413
Power of granting Writs of Injunction extended to the Judges of the District Courts of the United States. An act to extend the power of granting writs of injunctions to the judges of the District Courts of the United States.Feb. 13, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 418
Circuit and District Courts in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. An act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the District Courts in the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.(Obsolete.)Feb. 24, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 420
Certificates of reasonable Cause of Seizure to be given in certain Cases. An act respecting seizures made under the authority of the United States, and for other purposes.Feb. 24, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 422
Administration of Justice in the District of Columbia. An act to reduce the expenses attending the administration of justice in the District of Columbia.March 3, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 430
Additional Compensation to the Judges of Mississippi, Indiana, Michigan, and Louisiana Territories. An act allowing an additional compensation to the judges of the Mississippi, Indiana, Michigan, and Louisiana territories.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 431
TENTH CONGRESS.—1807, 1808.
Statute.—District of Columbia. An act to revive and continue certain causes and proceedings in the District Court of the District of Columbia.(Obsolete.)Feb. 10, 1808.
Vol. Ⅱ. 467
Judicial System of the United States. An act in further addition to an act entitled “An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.”March 9, 1808.
Vol. Ⅱ. 471
Circuit and District Courts in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. An act to amend the act entitled “An act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the District Courts of the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.”March 22, 1808.
Vol. Ⅱ. 477
Jurisdiction to State Judges in certain cases, &c. An act to continue in force an act entitled “An act to extend jurisdiction in certain cases to state judges and state courts, and for other purposes.”April 21, 1808.
Vol. Ⅱ. 489
1808, 1809.
Statute.—Circuit and District Courts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to amend the act entitled ‘An act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the District Courts of the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.’ ” (Obsolete.)Feb. 4, 1809.
Vol. Ⅱ. 516
Judicial System of the United States. An act further to amend the judicial system of the United States.March 2, 1809.
Vol. Ⅱ. 534
ELEVENTH CONGRESS.—1809, 1810.
Statute.—District Court in Ohio. An act for altering the time for holding the District Court in Ohio.March 26, 1810.
Vol. Ⅱ. 568
TWELFTH CONGRESS.—1811, 1812.
Statute.—District Court in the District of Maine. An act to alter the time of holding one of the terms of the District Court in the district of Maine.Nov. 28, 1811.
Vol. Ⅱ. 667
District Courts for the District of North Carolina. An act for altering the times of holding the District Courts within the district of North Carolina.Jan. 23, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 675
District Courts in the District of Connecticut. An act to alter the times of holding the District Courts within the district of Connecticut.Feb. 6, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 676
Affidavits of Bail in certain cases. An act for the more convenient taking of bail in civil causes depending in the courts of the United States.Feb. 20, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 679
Circuit Courts at Knoxville, Tennessee. An act to alter the time of holding the Circuit Court at Knoxville, in the district of East Tennessee, in the State of Tennessee.March 10, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 694
1812, 1813.
Statute.—District and Territorial Judges of the United States. An act concerning the district and territorial judges of the United States.Dec. 18, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 780
District Court in New York. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court in the respective districts of New York and Massachusetts.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1813.
Vol. Ⅱ. 815
District Court of Maine. An act altering the time for holding the District Court in the district of Maine.March 3, 1813.
Vol. Ⅱ. 829
THIRTEENTH CONGRESS.—1813.
Statute.—Suits and Costs in the Courts of the United States. An act concerning suits and costs in courts of the United States.July 22, 1813.
Vol. Ⅲ. 19
1813, 1814.
Statute.—An additional Judge in the Missouri Territory. An act for the appointment of an additional judge for the Missouri territory, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)Jan. 27, 1814.
Vol. Ⅲ. 95
District Court of the United States in the Virginia District. An act to alter the time for holding the District Courts of the United States for the Virginia districts.March 24, 1814.
Vol. Ⅲ. 112
Courts of the United States in New York. An act for the better organization of the courts of the United States within the State of New York.April 9, 1814.
Vol. Ⅲ. 120
Money paid into the Courts of the United States. An act directing the disposition of money paid into the courts of the United States.April 18, 1814.
Vol. Ⅲ. 127
1814, 1815.
Statute.—Courts in the Indiana Territory. An act for the regulation of the courts of justice of Indiana.Feb. 24, 1815.
Vol. Ⅲ. 213
Courts in New York. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act for the better organization of the courts of the United States, within the State of New York.March 3, 1815.
Vol. Ⅲ. 235
Duties of the Judges of the United States in the Illinois Territory. An act regulating and defining the duties of the United States judges for the territory of Illinois.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1815.
Vol. Ⅲ. 237
FOURTEENTH CONGRESS.—1815, 1816.
Statute.—Courts in the State of New York. An act concerning certain courts of the United States in the State of New York.Feb. 16, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 254
Circuit and District Courts in Vermont. An act to alter the times of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the district of Vermont.March 22, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 258
Courts in the District of Columbia. An act to limit the right of appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Columbia.April 2, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 261
Circuit Courts in South Carolina and Georgia. An act for the more convenient arrangement of the times and places of holding the Circuit Courts of the United States for the districts of South Carolina and Georgia.April 24, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 300
District Judge of the Southern District of New York. An act providing an additional compensation to the district judge of the southern district of New York.(Obsolete.)April 27, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 318
The Judges of the Circuit Court and the Attorney of the District of Columbia authorized to prepare a Code of Jurisprudence. An act authorizing the judges of the Circuit Court and the attorney for the District of Columbia to prepare a code of jurisprudence for the said district.(Obsolete.)April 9, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 323
Courts in the Illinois Territory. An act supplemental to the act entitled "An act regulating and defining the duties of the judges of the territory of Illinois,” and for vesting in the courts of the territory of Indiana a jurisdiction in chancery cases, arising in the said territory.(Obsolete.)April 29, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 327
1817.
Statute.—Commissions of Bail. An act in addition to an act entitled “An act for the more convenient taking of affidavits and bail in civil causes, depending in the courts of the United States.”March 1, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 350
Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court. An act to provide for reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court.March 3, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 376
Courts of the United States in New York. An act respecting the District Court of the United States in the northern district of New York.(Expired.)March 3, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 392
Money paid into the Courts of the United States. The branch banks of the United States. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act directing the disposition of money paid into the courts of the United States.”March 3, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 395
Suits in State Courts against Collectors to be removed to Circuit Courts of the United States. Regulations as to Steamboats, Deputies of Collectors. An act to continue in force an act entitled “An act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports and tonnage,” passed the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes.March 3, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 396
FIFTEENTH CONGRESS.—1817, 1818.
Statute.—District Court in Virginia. An act for altering the time for holding the District Court for the district of Virginia.March 19, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 411
Execution of the Laws in the State of Mississippi. An act to provide for the due execution of the laws of the United States within the State of Mississippi.April 3, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 413
District Court in the District of Maine. An act altering the time for holding a session of the District Court in the district of Maine.April 3, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 413
Courts in the State of New York. An act respecting the courts of the United States within the State of New York.April 3, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 413
Salaries of the Judges of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia. An act to increase the salaries of the judges of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia.April 20, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 457
The State of Pennsylvania divided into two Judicial Districts. An act to divide the State of Pennsylvania into two judicial districts.April 20, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 462
1818, 1819.
Statute.—Western District Court of Pennsylvania. An act concerning the western District Court of Pennsylvania.Dec. 16, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 478
A Judicial District in Western Virginia established. An act to establish a judicial district in Virginia, west of the Allegheny mountains.Feb. 4, 1819.
Vol. Ⅲ. 478
Jurisdiction of the Circuit Courts under the Law relating to Patents. An act to extend the jurisdiction of the Circuit Courts of the United States to cases arising under the 1aw relating to patents.Feb. 15, 1819.
Vol. Ⅲ. 481
Execution of the Laws of the United States in the State of Illinois. An act to provide for the execution of the laws of the United States within the State of Illinois.March 3, 1819.
Vol. Ⅲ. 502
SIXTEENTH CONGRESS.—1819, 1820.
Statute.—District Court of the Western District of Virginia. An act to alter the terms of the Court of the western district of Virginia.Feb. 10, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 540
District Court in Ohio. An act altering the place of holding the Circuit and District Court in the district of Ohio.March 4, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 544
Circuit Court in the District of Maine. An act establishing a Circuit Court within and for the district of Maine.March 30, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 554
District Court in Alabama. An act to establish a District Court in the State of Alabama.April 21, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 564
Laws in force in the Arkansas Territory. An act relative to the Arkansas territory.April 21, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 565
Courts of the District of Columbia. An act to alter the times of the session of the Circuit and District Courts in the District of Columbia.May 11, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 576
District Court in the Western District of Pennsylvania, &c. An act for altering the times for holding the court of the United States for the western district of Pennsylvania, and for other purposes.May 15, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 598
Piracy. An act to continue in force “An act to protect the commerce of the United States, and punish the crime of piracy,” and also to make further provision for punishing the crime of piracy.May 15, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 600
Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. An act to continue in force the act entitled “An act to provide for the reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court,” approved the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen.May 15, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 606
1820, 1821.
Statute.—District Court of Alabama. An act to alter the terms of the District Court in Alabama.Nov. 27, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 610
Courts in the District of Columbia. An act to amend the act entitled “An act to alter the times of the sessions of the Circuit and District Courts in the District of Columbia.”Dec. 29, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 611
District Court in the District of Mississippi. An act to alter the time of holding the District Court in the district of Mississippi.Jan. 11, 1821.
Vol. Ⅲ. 611
District Court in the Northern District of New York. An act to alter the time of holding the District Court in the northern district of New York.March 2, 1821.
Vol. Ⅲ. 623
Establishment of a Government in Florida. An act for carrying into execution the treaty between the United States and Spain, concluded at Washington on the twenty-second day of February, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen.March 3, 1821.
Vol. Ⅲ. 637
District Court of Louisiana. An act to authorize the clerk of the District Court of the United States for the district of Louisiana, to appoint a deputy to aid him in the discharge of the duties of his office.March 3, 1821.
Vol. Ⅲ. 643
SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS.—1821, 1822.
Statute.—Process in the Courts of the United States in the State of Tennessee. An act to amend the laws now in force as to the issuing original writs and final process in the Circuit Courts of the United States within the State of Tennessee.March 30, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 661
District Court in Alabama. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act to alter the terms of the District Court in Alabama.”April 17, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 662
District Courts in the Western District of Virginia. An act to alter the times of holding courts in the western district of Virginia, and for other purposes.April 26, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 666
District Court of the District of Mississippi. An act altering the time and place of holding the District Court in the district of Mississippi.April 26, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 667
District Court in New Jersey. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court in the district of New Jersey.May 4, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 678
1822, 1823.
Statute.—Piracy. An act in addition to an act to continue in force “An act to protect the commerce of the United States, and punish the crime of piracy,” and also to make further provision for punishing the crime of piracy.Jan. 30, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 721
Michigan Territory. Appointment of an additional Judge. An act to provide for the appointment of an additional judge for the Michigan territory, and for other purposes.Jan. 30, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 722
Judicial Districts in South Carolina. An act to divide the State of South Carolina into two judicial districts.Feb. 21, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 725
District Courts in Kentucky. An act to alter the time for holding the District Court of the United States for the district of Kentucky.March 1, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 742
Jurisdiction and Proceedings before Justices of the Peace in the District of Columbia. An act to extend the jurisdiction of justices of the peace, in the recovery of debts, in the District of Columbia.March 1, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 743
Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court. An act to continue in force the act entitled “An act to provide for reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court,” passed the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen.(Expired.)March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 768
Circuit Courts in Maine and New Hampshire. An act altering the time of holding the Circuit Court in the districts of Maine and New Hampshire.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 773
Courts of the United States in New York. An act supplementary to “An act for the better organization of the courts of the United States within the State of New York.”March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 774
District Court in Louisiana. An act for the better organization of the District Court of the United States within the State of Louisiana.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 776
District Court in Vermont. An act to alter the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the district of Vermont.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 776
Circuit Court of Washington, &c. An act providing for the accommodation of the Circuit Court of the United States for Washington county, in the District of Columbia, and for the preservation of the records of said court.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 785
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS.—1824.
Statute.—Repeal of the Act to lessen the Compensation of Marshals, Clerks, and Attorneys. An act to repeal, in part, an act entitled “An act to lessen the compensation for marshals, clerks, and attorneys, in the cases therein mentioned.”March 8, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 8
District Court in Alabama. An act for the better organization of the District Courts of the United States within the State of Alabama.March 10, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 9
District Court of Kentucky. An act to change the terms of the District Court of the United States for the Kentucky district.March 24, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 11
Circuit and District Courts of Ohio and Kentucky. An act to change the terms of the Circuit and District Courts of the United States in the State of Ohio, and one of the terms of the Circuit Court in Kentucky.April 22, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 18
District Court of Illinois. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court of the United States for the district of Illinois.April 22, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 19
District Court in Missouri. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court in the district of Missouri.April 29, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 22
Courts in the District of Columbia. An act altering the times of holding the courts in the District of Columbia.May 13, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 23
District Courts of South Carolina. An act to alter the times of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the district of South Carolina.May 25, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 34
District Courts of Virginia. An act to alter the judicial districts of Virginia, and for other purposes.May 25, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 48
Circuit Court in Maryland. An act for altering the time for holding the Circuit Court of the United States for the fourth circuit in the Maryland district.May 26, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 49
Courts in Pennsylvania. An act to alter the judicial districts of Pennsylvania, and for other purposes.May 26, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 50
1824, 1825.
Statute.—Adjournment of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia. An act respecting the adjournment of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 94
Circuit and District Courts in New York. An act fixing the place for holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the southern district of New York.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 101
Crimes. An act more effectually to provide for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States, and for other purposes.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 115
Circuit and District Courts in South Carolina. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to alter the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the district of South Carolina.”March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 124
District Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana. An act to change the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the eastern district of Louisiana.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 125
District Courts in Virginia. An act to alter the terms of the District Court of the United States in the western district of Virginia.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 131
NINETEENTH CONGRESS.—1825, 1826.
Statute.—District Court in New York. An act for altering the time of holding the District Court in the northern district of New York.Feb. 1, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 138
District Court of the Western District of Pennsylvania. An act for altering the time of holding one term of the District Court for the western district of Pennsylvania.April 5, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 153
Supreme Court—Circuit Courts of Georgia and South Carolina. An act for altering the time of holding the session of the Supreme Court of the United States, and of the sessions of the Circuit Courts of the United States for the districts of Georgia and South Carolina.May 4, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 160
Circuit Courts of New York and Connecticut. An act to alter the times of holding the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of New York, and the April term of the Circuit Court for the district of Connecticut.May 13, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 161
Compensation to Witnesses for the United States imprisoned. An act to allow compensation to such witnesses, on the part of the United States, as may be imprisoned, to compel their attendance in court on account of their inability to give security in a recognisance.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 174
District Courts of Western Pennsylvania. An act to authorize the judge of the District Court for the western district of Virginia to hold the District Court for the western district of Pennsylvania, for the trial of certain cases.(Obsolete.)May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 180
District Courts in Western Virginia. An act for altering the time for holding the courts of the United States in the western district of Virginia.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 184
Executions in the Courts in Cases where the State has been divided into two Districts. An act relative to the issuing of executions in the District and Circuit Courts of the United States, in certain cases.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 184
District Courts in North Carolina. An act to alter the time of holding the District Courts in the district of North Carolina.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 186
District Courts in the District of Columbia. An act altering the time of holding the District Courts in the District of Columbia.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 186
Circuit and District Courts in Ohio. An act to fix the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States in the district of Ohio.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 187
Grand Jurors in the District Courts. An act to regulate the summoning of grand jurors in the District Court.May 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 188
District Courts in Alabama. An act to fix the times and places of holding the District Courts of the United States in the districts of Alabama.May 22, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 192
Appeals and Writs of Error from the Northern District Court of New York. An act allowing appeals and writs of error from the decisions in the District Court in the northern district of New York, in certain cases.(Obsolete.)May 22, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 192
1827.
Statute.—Evidence in the Courts of the United States. An act to provide for taking evidence in the courts of the United States, in certain cases.Jan. 24, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 197
Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court. An act to provide for the reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court.(Expired.)Feb. 22, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 205
District Court of Alabama. An act to alter the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the southern district of Alabama, and for other purposes.March 2, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 226
District Court for Eastern Virginia. An act for altering the times of holding the District Court of the United States for the eastern district of Virginia, holden at the city of Richmond.March 3, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 239
Additional Terms of the Superior Courts of Florida. An act to authorize the governor and legislative council of Florida to provide for holding additional terms of the superior courts therein.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 241
TWENTIETH CONGRESS.—1828.
Statute.—District Courts in North Carolina. An act to alter the time of holding the District Courts of the United States in the district of North Carolina.March 10, 1828.
Vol. Ⅳ. 254
Orphans’ Court of Alexandria. An act concerning the Orphans’ Court of Alexandria county, in the District of Columbia.May 19, 1828.
Vol. Ⅳ. 277
Process in the Courts of the United States. An act further to regulate processes in the courts of the United States.May 19, 1828.
Vol. Ⅳ. 278
Judicial District established in Florida. An act to establish a southern judicial district in the territory of Florida.May 23, 1828.
Vol. Ⅳ. 291
1829.
Statute.—Circuit Court of the District of Georgia. An act for altering the times for holding the sessions of the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Georgia, at the places provided by law.Jan. 21, 1829.
Vol. Ⅳ. 331
Adjournment of the Supreme Court. An act in addition to the act entitled “An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.”Jan. 21, 1829.
Vol. Ⅳ. 332
Circuit Court in the District of South Carolina. An act to alter the time for holding the sixth Circuit Court of the United States for the district of South Carolina.Feb. 24, 1829.
Vol. Ⅳ. 335
TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS.—1829, 1830.
Statute.—Circuit Court in the District of Maryland. An act to alter the time of holding the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maryland.Feb. 11, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 372
Court in the Territory of Michigan. An act to change the time and place of holding the court for the county of Crawford, in the territory of Michigan.April 2, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 393
District Court in Mississippi, and Circuit Court in Ohio. An act to change the time of holding the Court of the United States for the district of Mississippi, and the Circuit Court of the United States in the district of Ohio.May 5, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 399
The Courts of Arkansas authorized to reverse certain Decisions. An act for further extending the powers of the judges of the superior court of the territory of Arkansas, under the act of the twenty-sixth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)May 8, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 399
Practice in the Courts of Louisiana. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to regulate the practice in the courts of the United States for the district of Louisiana.”May 20, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 404
District Court of the Southern District of New York—Compensation of several District Judges. An act increasing the terms of the judicial courts of the United States for the southern district of New York, and adding to the compensation of several district judges of the United States.May 29, 1830.
Vol. Ⅳ. 422
1831.
Statute.—Circuit Court of West Tennessee. An act to change the time of holding the rule term of the Circuit Court of the district of West Tennessee.Jan. 13, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 431
District Courts of Maine, Illinois, and Alabama. An act to alter the times of holding the District Courts of the United States for the districts of Maine and Illinois, and northern district of Alabama.Jan. 27, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 434
Jurisdiction of certain District Courts. An act respecting the jurisdiction of certain district courts.Feb. 19, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 444
Crimes in the District of Columbia. An act for the punishment of crimes in the District of Columbia.March 2, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 448
Superior Court in Arkansas. An act to extend the act entitled “An act for the further extending the powers of the judges of the superior court of the territory of Arkansas, under the act of the twenty-sixth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, and for other purposes.”(Expired.)March 2, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 473
Contempts of Court. An act declaratory of the law concerning contempts of court.March 2, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 487
District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana. An act for the relief of John Culbertson, and to provide an interpreter for the District Court of the United States for the eastern district of Louisiana.March 3, 1831.
Vol. Ⅳ. 492
TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS.—1832.
Statute.—Circuit Court in Southern District of New York. An act to alter the time of holding the spring term of the Circuit Court of the United States for the southern district of New York.Feb. 10, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 497
Districts of Alabama. An act to add a part of the southern to the northern district of Alabama.March 31, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 501
The Judges of the Courts of the United States authorized to take Bail, in Vacation, for Property seized, &c. An act to authorize the judges of the courts of the United States to take bail of the claimants of property seized, and perform other acts, in vacation.April 5, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 503
District Court in the Western District of Virginia. An act to change the time of holding the United States District Court at Staunton, in the western district of Virginia.April 20, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 504
District Court in Indiana. An act for altering the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the district of Indiana.May 19, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 515
District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. An act to alter the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the western district of Louisiana.May 22, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 516
Courts in the District of Columbia. An act changing the times of holding the courts in the District of Columbia.May 31, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 525
District Court for the District of Illinois. An act to alter the times of holding the District Court of the United States for the State of Illinois.July 9, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 568
Law Department of the Library of Congress. An act to increase and improve the law department of the library of Congress.July 14, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 579
TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS.—1834.
Statute.—Courts of the United States in Delaware. An act to change the times for commencing the sessions of the courts of the United States in the district of Delaware.March 24, 1834.
Vol. Ⅳ. 673
District Court in Louisiana. An act for changing the term of the District Court for the western district of Louisiana.June 30, 1834.
Vol. Ⅳ. 742
1835.
Statute.—District Court of the United States in Mississippi. An act to change the place of holding the District Court of the United States for the district of Mississippi.March 3, 1835.
Vol. Ⅳ. 773
District Court of the United States for Western Virginia. An act to change the times of holding the District Courts of the United States for the western district of Virginia, held at Clarksburg.March 3, 1835.
Vol. Ⅳ. 773
Punishment of Revolt on board of Ships, &c. An act in amendment of the acts for the punishment of offences against the United States.March 3, 1835.
Vol. Ⅳ. 775
TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS.—1836.
Statute.—Courts in Florida. An act authorizing a special term of the Court of Appeals for the territory of Florida, and for other purposes.Feb. 25, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 5
District Court in the Western District of Virginia. An act to change the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the western district of Virginia, holden at Clarksburg.July 1, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 61
State of Michigan. An act to provide for the due execution of the laws of the United States within the State of Michigan.July 1, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 61
Courts in Florida. An act regulating the terms of the superior courts of the middle district of Florida, and for other purposes.July 2, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 69
1837.
Statute.—District Court of Arkansas. An act to extend the jurisdiction of the District Court of the United States for the district of Arkansas.March 1, 1837.
Vol. Ⅴ. 147
Supreme and Circuit Courts. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.”March 3, 1837.
Vol. Ⅴ. 176
TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.—1837, 1838.
Statute.—Circuit Court in Alabama. An act to establish the Circuit Court at Huntsville, in the State of Alabama, and for other purposes.Feb. 22, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 210
District Courts in Virginia. An act to change the time of holding the terms of the Circuit Court of the United States for the eastern district of Virginia, and of the District Court of the United States for the eastern district of Virginia, directed by law to be held in the city of Richmond.March 2, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 212
Circuit Courts in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio. An act to change the times of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States in the seventh circuit.March 10, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 215
District Courts of Western Virginia. An act to restore circuit jurisdiction to the District Courts of the western district of Virginia.March 28, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 215
Additional Judge of the Orphans’ Court. Washington County Orphans’ Court. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act concerning the District of Columbia.”May 25, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 229
District Courts of Mississippi. An act to reorganize the District Courts of the United States in the State of Mississippi.June 18, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 247
District Courts of Tennessee. An act to require the judge of the District Courts of East and West Tennessee to hold a court at Jackson, in said state.June 18, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 249
Orphans’ Court of Alexandria. An act relating to the Orphans’ Court of Alexandria county, in the District of Columbia.June 28, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 253
Circuit and District Courts for the Northern District of New York. An act to increase and regulate the terms of the Circuit Court and District Courts for the northern district of the State of New York.July 7, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 295
A Criminal Court in the District of Columbia established. An act to establish a criminal court in the District of Columbia.July 7, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 306
Circuit Court in Tennessee and in Maryland. An act to change the time of holding the United States Circuit Court in the district of East Tennessee and the district of Maryland.July 7, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 308
1838, 1839.
Statute.—District Courts in Tennessee. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to require the judge of East and West Tennessee to hold a court at Jackson, in said state,” approved June eighteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight.Jan. 18, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 313
District Courts in Alabama. An act to reorganize the District Courts of the United States in the State of Alabama.Feb. 6, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 315
District Courts in Mississippi. An act to amend “An act to reorganize the District Courts of the United States in the State of Mississippi,” approved June eighteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight.Feb. 16, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 317
A Criminal Court in the District of Columbia established. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to establish a criminal court in the District of Columbia.”Feb. 20, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 319
Suits by the Bank of Columbia, in Georgetown, not to abate. An act to prevent the abatement of suits and actions now pending, in which the Bank of Columbia, in Georgetown, may be a party.Feb. 28, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 321
Jurisdiction and Proceedings in the Courts of the United States. An act in amendment of the acts respecting the judicial system of the United States.Feb. 28, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 321
Courts in Missouri, Tennessee, Alabama, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arkansas, and New York. An act to amend the act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, entitled “An act supplementary to the act entitled ‘An act to amend the judicial system of the United States,’ and for other purposes.”March 3, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 337
TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS.—1840.
Statute.—District Court of the United States in the Western District of Pennsylvania. An act for altering the time for holding the District Court of the United States for the western district of Pennsylvania at Williamsport.May 8, 1840.
Vol. Ⅴ. 380
District Court of Tennessee. An act to amend an act approved the eighteenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to require the judge of the district of East and West Tennessee to hold a court at Jackson, in the aid state,’ approved June the eighteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight,” and for other purposes.July 4, 1840.
Vol. Ⅴ. 392
Adjournment of the Circuit Courts, &c. An act in addition to the acts respecting the judicial system of the United States.July 4, 1840.
Vol. Ⅴ. 392
Jurors in the Courts of the United States. An act to amend the act, approved May thirteenth, eighteen hundred, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States.’ ”July 20, 1840.
Vol. Ⅴ. 394
1840, 1841.
Statute.—The Provisions of the Act of July 20, 1840, relating to Juries, not to apply to Pennsylvania. An act to amend the act entitled “An act to amend the act approved May thirteenth, eighteen hundred, entitled ‘An act to amend an act entitled an act to establish the judicial courts of the United States.’ ”(Expired.)March 3, 1841.
Vol. Ⅴ. 436
TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.—1841, 1842.
Statute.—Special Session of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. An act to authorize the judge of the District Court for the eastern district of Pennsylvania to hold a special session of the said court.March 19, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 470
Commissioners to select Jurors for the Courts of the United States in Pennsylvania. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act to amend the act approved May thirteenth, one thousand eight hundred, entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to establish the judicial courts of the United States.”March 19, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 471
District Court of the United States in West Tennessee. An act to amend the several acts establishing a District Court of the United States at Jackson, in the district of West Tennessee.April 14, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 471
Circuit and District Courts of East and West Tennessee. An act changing the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the districts of East and West Tennessee.May 18, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 488
Circuit and District Courts in Ohio. An act to amend the act of the tenth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, entitled “An act to change the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the district of Ohio.”June 1, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 488
District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. An act to amend “An act for altering the time of holding the District Court of the United States for the western district of Pennsylvania at Williamsport,” approved May eighth, eighteen hundred and forty.July 27, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 496
Arrests on Mesne Process in the District of Columbia. An act to regulate arrests on mesne process in the District of Columbia.Aug. 1, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 498
Act of 1828 made applicable to States since admitted into the Union. An act to extend the provisions of an act entitled “An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States,” passed the nineteenth May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight.Aug. 1, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 499
District Court of the Northern District of Alabama. An act to regulate appeals and writs of error from the District Court of the United States for the northern district of Alabama.Aug. 4, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 504
Services of the Judges of Iowa. An act regulating the services of the several judges in the territory of Iowa.Aug. 11, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 505
District Court for the Northern District of New York. An act in relation to the District Court for the northern district of New York.Aug. 11, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 506
Circuit and District Courts—Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Circuits. An act to amend the act entitled “An act supplementary to the act entitled ‘An act to amend the judicial system of the United States.’ ”Aug. 16, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 507
Supreme, Circuit and District Courts. An act further supplementary to an act entitled “An act to establish the Judicial courts of the United States,” passed the twenty-fourth of September, seventeen hundred and eighty-nine.Aug. 23, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 516
District Court in Western Virginia. An act to establish a district court of the United States in the city of Wheeling, in the State of Virginia.Aug. 26, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 534
The Justices of the Supreme Court, &c. empowered to grant Writs of Habeas Corpus when subjects of foreign Countries are in custody. An act to provide further remedial justice in the courts of the United States.Aug. 29, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 539
Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. An act to provide for the reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States.Aug. 29, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 545
District Court of Western Virginia. An act establishing a court at Charleston, in the Commonwealth of Virginia.Aug. 29, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 547
1842, 1843.
Statute.—District Court of Western Virginia. An act to amend the act establishing the District Court of the United States at Wheeling, Virginia.Jan. 20, 1843.
Vol. Ⅴ. 597
Circuit and District Courts of the District of Maine. An act to change the place of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the district of Maine.Feb. 15, 1843.
Vol. Ⅴ. 600
Circuit Court for the District of Connecticut. An act altering the times of holding the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Connecticut.Feb. 24, 1843.
Vol. Ⅴ. 601
Circuit and District Courts in East Tennessee. An act to change the times of holding the Circuit and District Courts for the district of East Tennessee.March 3, 1843.
Vol. Ⅴ. 610
Circuit Courts in the Western District of Pennsylvania. An act to provide for holding Circuit Courts at Williamsport, in the western district of Pennsylvania.March 3, 1843.
Vol. Ⅴ. 628
TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS.—1844.
Statute.—District Courts at Clarksburg and Wheeling, in the Western District of Virginia, and the Circuit Court in Arkansas. An act changing the time of holding the courts at Clarksburg and at Wheeling, in the western district of Virginia, and the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Arkansas.March 4, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 652
Circuit and District Courts in Ohio. An act to repeal the act entitled “An act to amend the act of the tenth of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, entitled ‘An act to change the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the district of Ohio.’ ”March 26, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 652
One of the Judges of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia required to reside in Alexandria. An act requiring one of the judges of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia hereafter to reside in Alexandria.April 4, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 654
District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and Circuit Court of Alabama. An act to change the time of holding the spring term of the District Court of the United States for the eastern district of Virginia, and of the Circuit Court of Alabama.April 12, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 655
Appeal from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court in any case arising under the Revenue Laws. An act to amend the judiciary act passed the twenty-fourth of September, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.May 31, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 658
District Court of New Jersey. An act to alter the places of holding the District Court of the United States for the district of New Jersey.June 4, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 660
Supreme and Circuit Courts of the United States. An act concerning the Supreme Court of the United States.June 17, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 676
Arrests on Mesne Process in the District of Columbia. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act to regulate arrests on mesne process in the District of Columbia,” approved August first, eighteen hundred and forty-two.June 17, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 678
Jurisdiction of the Courts of Arkansas over the Indian Country. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers,” passed thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four.June 17, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 680
1845.
Statute.—District Court in Louisiana. An act to repeal “An act for the better organization of the District Court of the United States within the State of Louisiana,” and for other purposes.Feb. 13, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 721
District Court in Louisiana. An act supplementary to “An act to repeal an act for the better organization of the District Court of the United States within the State of Louisiana,” and for other purposes, approved February thirteenth, one thousand eight hundred and forty-five.Feb. 26, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 726
Admiralty Jurisdiction vested in the District Courts in certain cases on the Lakes, &c. An act extending the jurisdiction of the District Courts to certain cases, upon the lakes and navigable waters connecting the same.Feb. 26, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 726
Circuit and Criminal Courts in the County of Washington. An act to change the time for holding the Circuit and Criminal Courts in the county of Washington.March 1, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 729
Courts in Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana. An act to change the time of holding the federal courts in Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana.March 1, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 730
Admission of Iowa and Florida into the Union. An act for the admission of the States of Iowa and Florida into the Union.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 742
Admission of Iowa and Florida into the Union. Acts supplemental to the act for the admission of the States of Iowa and Florida into the Union.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 789