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· 150 Loans.
Library of Congress.
Light-Houses, Beacons, and Buoys.
128 At the entrance of Edgartown, - 659
· 612 Beacons and buoys at the entrance of Beverly
· 667 The President of the United States authorized
to purchase from Winslow Lewis his patent
right for a new and improved method of
57 Light Money.
An act for imposing more specific duties on
the importation of certain articles, and for
laying and collecting light money on fo
reign ships or vessels, and for other pur.
An act authorizing a loan not exceeding six-
151 See Debt of the United States.
228 States to take possession of Louisiana ceded
271 Expenses of the civil government of Lon-
271 Louisiana divided into two territories, and a
- 294 Notes of acts relating to Louisiana prior to
· 349 Laws of the United States to be enforced in
355 Organization of the government of the territory
port, Connecticut, Bluff Shoal, Royal Shoal, Notes of decisions of the Supreme Court on
414 Powers of the surveyor-general of the territory
. 414 Orleans to form a constitution and state go-
462 vernment, and for the admission of such state
• 476 original states, and for other purposes, Febru-
ary 20, 1811,
- 476 An act for the admission of Louisiana into the
the United States on the extension of the
entrance of Great Egg Harbour, 476 on the practice of the courts of the United
· 611 Supplement to the act for the admission of Lou-
- 611 isiana into the Union, May 22, 1812,- 743
John and Lake Ponchartrain, Orleans terri- the territory transferred to the District Court
- 611 established by the act of April 8, 1812, 743
Louisiana, District of.
Military Bounty Lands.
district of Louisiana, March 3, 1805, - 331 period for locating said land, March 23,
Notes of acts relating to Virginia military
and granting the military bounty lands,
- 806 Notes of the acts relating to the military
bounty lands appropriated for services in the
war between the United States and Great
An act to ascertain the western boundary of
the tract reserved for satisfying the military
bounties allowed to the officers of the Vir.
ginia line on continental establishment,
See Public Lands.
An act for completing the existing military
establishment, December, 24, 1811, · 669
The President authorized to raise certain com-
panies of rangers, January 2, 1811, - 670
An act to raise an additional military force,
• 468 The purchase of ordnance, ordnance stores,
camp equipage, and other quartermaster's
stores and small arms authorized, 674
Supplement to the act to raise for a limited
time an additional military force, . 685
See Public Lands-Army of the United States.
Further time to the holders of military land
The priority of location of the warrants and
of warrants registered under prior act shall
be decided by lot, and a day for the location
shall be fixed by the Secretary of the Trea-
309 Further time for locating military land war-
purposes, March 2, 1805, -
Michigan regulated, March 3, 1807, 437 military land warrants, April 15, 1806, 378
to the sales of lands in the territory of Time for issuing military land warrants ex-
437 tended to March 1, 1810; March 1, 1808,
- 444 The time for locating Virginia military land
grants of land in the territory of Michigan, veys thereon to the Secretary at War, 589
Military Peace Establishment.
An act fixing the military peace establish-
720 ment of the United States, March 16,
litary peace establishment of the United
States,” February 28, 1803,
207 A delegate to Congress to be elected, . 455
241 The right of suffrage extended to the citizens
cutives of the several States to have their The legislature of the Mississippi territory au-
survey granted by the British or Spanish
the formation of two States of the Missis-
490 sippi territory, June 17, 1812, - 786
An act providing for the government of the
territory of Missouri, June 4, 1812, (obso
Or ation of the government of the ri-
Decisions on land titles in Missouri, 748
An act making further provision for settling
the claims of land in Missouri, - . 748
An act giving further time for delivering evi-
dence in support of claims to land in the
territory of Missouri, and for regulating the
donation grants therein, March 3, 1813, 812
Notes of acts passed relative to lands in Mis-
86 An act to establish an uniform rule of natura-
111 passed on that subject, April 14, 1802, 153
amination of the coins at the mint, 111 An act in addition to u An act to establish an
242 the act heretofore passed on the subject.
Naval Peace Establishment.
An act supplementary to the act providing for
a naval peace establishment, and for other
Repeal of the second and fourth sections of
69 The President may keep in service in time of
A lot granted to the corporation of New Or-
45 to 53 Representatives in Congress according to the
50 to 52
District Court in New York,
An act to prohibit the importation of certain
goods, wares, and merchandise, importation
Non-intercourse act of April 18, 1806, sus-
Supplement to the act of April 18, 1806, to
prohibit the importation of certain goods,
wares, and merchandise, February 27, 1808,
in Charlestown, Massachusetts, 199 An act to interdict the commercial intercourse
between the United States and Great Britain
change in the foreign relations of the United Notes of cases decided on the non-intercourse
deem proper, June 28, 1809, (obsolete,) 553 tercourse is permitted by act of March 1,
with which intercourse is permitted, 547
699 Certain parts of the non-intercourse act of
between the United States and Great Britain
.821 and France and their dependencies, and for
British and French vessels not permitted to
- 821 enter the harbours of the United States but
Supplement to the act concerning the com-
mercial intercourse between the United
States and Great Britain and France, March
2, 1811, (repealed,) -
Vessels chartered and laden on account of the
government of the United States, may be
permitted to depart from the ports of the
293 Decisions of the courts of the United States
Relief of the sufferers by fire at the town of
Time of holding the District Court altered,
act of March 19, 1800, (obsolete,) 18
669 to the governor of North Carolina, • 87
Orleans and Louisiana Territories.
Notes of the decisions of the Supreme Court
coast of North Carolina to be published, 449 that part of Louisiana which lies east of
669 Paymaster-General of the United States.
Territory northwest of the Ohio divided into Pay of the Army and Navy.-See Army of the
two territorial governments, one the North- United States—Navy of the United States.
“An act providing passports for the ships
Patents for useful Inventions.
Privilege of obtaining patents for useful inven-
tions extended to aliens having resided two
years within the United States, - 37
Provisions relating to such patents,
providing for the second census, - 37 ventor may obtain a patent,
Damages for breach of patent right, and mode
732 Patents for Lands.
732 warrants issued by the State of Virginia, 80
Peace Establishment.-See Military Peace Esta.
blishment-Naval Peace Establishment.
state government, and for the admission of The fourth section of the act relating to re-
Ohio into the Union, April 30, 1802, - 173 mission of penalties and forfeitures, (re-
Penalties and forfeitures under the non-inter-
course act of April 18, 1806, remitted, 41
and forfeitures in the case of certain fugitives
225 from Cuba, incurred under the act prohibit-
of fines and forfeitures in the District of
The Secretary of the Treasury to remit certain
Remission of penalties and forfeitures on goods
imported and introduced into the United
States, not clandestinely, from the dependen-
declaration of war, Feb. 27, 1813, - 804
Representatives in Congress according to the
An act for the relief of the widows and or-
441 phans of certain persons who have died in
441 Pensions to persons for wounds received in the
· 441 Relief to certain military pensioners in the
for persons that have been disabled by known