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Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the district court of 1839. the United States for the district of Arkansas, shall be held at Disl coure for Little Rock on the first Monday of October, instead of the first Monday in November annually as heretofore established; and Rock,

Monday of Oct. that all writs, pleas, suits recognizances, indictments, and all other annually. proceedings, civil and criminal, shall be heard, tried, and pro- &c. 10 'be pro ceeded with by the said court, at the times herein fixed, in the ceeded noe as if same manner as if no change in the times of holding the said been inade. court had taken place.

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the circuit court of Circuit the United States for the southern district of New York, shall shall be held on hereafter be held on the last Monday in November instead of lust. Monday in the last Monday in October, the time heretofore established by Jaw; that all indictments, informations, suits or actions, and pro- All ceedings of every kind, whether of a civil or criminal nature, tions," suits, &c. depending in the said court, on the first day of October next, sau couri on 19 shall thereafter have day in court, and be proce

ed in, heard, Oct. next, shall

be proceeded in tried, and determined, at the time herein appointed for holding as the said court, in the same manner as they might and ought to nave been done had the said court been holden at the time heretofore directed by law.

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That all writs, suits, ac-, A1 writs, suits, tions or recognizances, or other proceedings which are or shall shall be, insti. be, instituted, served, commenced, or taken to the said Circuit te returnable in, Court to have been holden as heretofore directed by law, shall be willing term held returnable to, entered in, heard, tried, and have day in court, to no change had be holden at the time by this act directed, in the same manner as might and ought to have been done had the said court been holden at the time heretofore directed by law.

Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty Clerk district of the clerk of the district court of the southern district of Y. to transmit a New York, within six months after the passage of this act, dockets of all to transmit a certified copy of the dockets of all judgments eren in share or rendered in that court, or in the circuit court of the United States circuit court, to for that district, since the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred court al N. Y. and twenty-nine, to the clerk of the supreme court of said state, in the city of New York; and on the tenth and twenty-fifth days of each month thereafter, to transmit a like certificate of all dockets of judgments as may have been rendered in either of said courts since the last certificate was transmitted.

Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty Clerk N. dist. of the clerk of the northern district of said State within six months a certified copy after the passage of this act to transmit a certified copy of all rendered & Jockjudgments rendered and docketed in that court, either as a dis-eted in that court, trict court, or as a circuit court, and of all judgments in the circuit circuit court, and court of the United States for that district, docketed since the to clerk supreme fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine to the court at Utica. clerk of the supreme court of said State at Utica ; and on the tenth and twenty-fifth days of each month thereafter, to transmit a like certificate of all such dockets of judgments as may have been rendered in either of said courts since the last certificate was transmitted.

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1839. _ Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That every judgment

which shall have been rendered either in the district or circuit rendered in sa id courts aforesaid, previous to the passage of this act, shall, as

shall

, against subsequent purchasers or incumbrances, cease to be a quent purchasers lien upon the real estate or chattels real of the person or persons cease w be a lien against whom such judgments may have been rendered respectafter 3 years forces, ively, at the expiration of five years from the passage of this anor thoserbere, act; and every judgment to be hereafter rendered in either of years from day said courts, shall, as against subsequent purchasers or incum

brances, cease to be a lien upon the real estate or chattels real of any person or persons against whom each judgment shall be rendered at the expiration of ten years, from and after the day of docketing such judgments respectively.

Approved, March 3d, 1839.

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CHAP. 82. An ACT making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses

of Government for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-nine. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, to

be paid out of any unappropriated money in the Treasury, riz: President, Vice For compensation to the President and Vice President of the President, and heads of depart- United States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Trea

sury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, and the

Postmaster General, sixty thousand dollars; Secretary For salary of the Secretary to sign patents for public lands, sign patents for

per act of March second, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For clerks and messengers in the office of the Secretary of State, twenty thousand three hundred dollars;

For the contingent expenses of the Department of State, includpenses of Depi.

ing publishing and distributing the laws, twenty-five thousand

dollars ; Compiling and For compiling and printing the Biennial Register one thousand printing the Bi. ennial Register. eight hundred dollars : Provided, That the printing of the said

Proviso: Print, Biennial Register and the job printing, stationary and binding of Register, and job each of the Executive Departments, shall be furnished by conarv, and' binding tract, proposals for which shall regularly be advertised for in the furnished by con public prints. The classes, character, and description of the Perosals to be printing being specified in each advertisement, as far as that can advertised for. be done, and it being made a condition in all cases, unless other

wise specifically stated in the advertisement, that the work shal Contractat be be done in the city of Washington; and the contract shall in est bidder, &c. each case so far as the proposals and acceptance shall enable the

contract to be made, to be given to the lowest bidder, whose bid shall be accompanied with proper testimonials of the ability of the bidder to fulfil his contract;

For the superintendent and watchman of the northeast execuEx. building

tive building one thousand five hundred dollars;

Supdı. and watchman N. E.

Contingent ex

sury

Clerks & meg.

sengers.

lars;

Clerks & mes

Clerks & mes senger.

For contingent expenses of said building, including fuel, labor, 1839. oil and repairs, three thousand three hundred and fifty dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office of pensione or said the Secretary of the Treasury, sixteen thousand four hundred off

. Sec. Treaand fifty dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks in said office, per act of the "Cierks per act twenty-third June, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, entitled An 231 June, 1836. act to regulate the deposites of the public money, three thousand six hundred dollars;

For compensation to the First Comptroller of the Treasury 1st Comptroller. three thousand five hundred dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office Clerks & mesof the First Comptroller, nineteen thousand three hundred dol

For compensation to the Second Comptroller, three thousand 21 Comptroller. dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Second Comptroller, including the compensation of two senger. clerks transferred from the office of the Fourth Auditor, twelve thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ;

For compensation to the First Auditor of the Treasury, three ist Auditor. thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the First Auditor, fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars;

For compensation to the Second Auditor of the Treasury, three 2d Auditor. thousand dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of Clerks & mesthe Second Auditor, seventeen thousand nine hundred dollars;

For compensation to the Third Auditor, three thousand dollars; 3 Auditor.

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office Clerks & mesof the Third Auditor, twenty-seven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars;

For three additional clerks, under the act of the twentieth of Additional April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, to enable the Third An-20th April, 1838. ditor to execute the act of sixth April, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For compensation to two additional clerks, employed under . Additional the act of the eighteenth January, one thousand eight hundred isuh Jan. 1837. and thirty-seven, for the payment of horses and other property lost or destroyed, two thousand four hundred dollars ;

For compensation to the Fourth Auditor, three thousand dol- 4th Auditor. lars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Clerks & mesFourth Auditor, fifteen thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars;

For an additional clerk in the same, to carry into effect the act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, for learnersace the more equitable administration of the pension fund, one thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the Fifth Auditor, three thousand dollars; 5th Auditor.

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of Clerks & mesto the Fifth Auditor, nine thousand eight hundred dollars;

senger.

sengers.

senger.

Additional

senger.

Clerks & messenger.

of the General

Other officers in the General Land Office.

senger.

1839. For compensation of two clerks in the office of the Fifth AnClerks accord- ditor, according to the act of the seventh July, eighteen hundred jor act ith and thirty-eight, two thousand dollars ; Treasurer U S. For compensation to the Treasurer of the United States, three

thousand dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Treasurer of the United States, one or more of which clerks may be employed in the other offices of the Treasury Depart

ment, ten thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; Register of the For compensation to the Register of the Treasury, three thouTreasury.

sand dollars; Clerks & mes For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office sengers.

of the Register of the Treasury, twenty-four thousand two hun

dred dollars ; Commissioner For compensation of the Commissioner of the General Land Land Office. Ofhce, per act of fourth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six,

three thousand dollars ;

for compensation of the recorder, solicitor, draughtsman and assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers, and packers in the office of the Commissioner of ihe General Land Office, one hun

dred and seven thousand eight hundred and fifty doliars; Solicitor of the For compensation to the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thouTreasury.

sand five hundred dollars ; Clerks & mes. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of

the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand nine hundred and

fifty dollars; Contingent ex For expenses of stationary, printing, and all other contingent renses of the Treas. Dept.

expenses of the Treasury Department, viz:

For the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, including copying, and expenses incurred in consequence of the burning of the

Treasury building, twelve thousand five hundred dollars; Translating, For translating foreign languages, and for receiving and trans

mitting passports and sea-letters, in the office of the Secretary of

the Treasury, three hundred dollars ; Stating For stating and printing public accounts, one thousand four printing accis.

Off. Sec. Trea. sury, copying, &e:

&c

and

hundred dollars; OfT. Ist Comp

For the office of the First Comptroller, two thousand dollars ; Off. 2d Comp For the otfice of the Second Comptroller, one thousand five

hundred dollars ;

For the office of the First Auditor, one thousand dollars ;
For the office of the Second Auditor, one thousand dollars ;
For the office of the Third Auditor, one thousand dollars ;
For the office of the Fourth Auditor, one thousand dollars ;

For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand dollars; Of. Treasurer.

For the office of the Treasurer of the United States, one thou

sand five hundred dollars ; Off. Register. For the office of the Register of the Treasury, three thousand

dollars ;

For the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, one thousand

dollars ; Ofice.

For parchments, books, stationary, advertising, rent of an ad

troller

troller.

Ofr. 1st Audi. tor

Ofr. 2d Auditor.

OfT. 3d Auditor.

Off. 4th Audi. tor.

Of. 5th Audi. tor.

Off. Solicitor.

General Land

and watchmen for

additional

and watchinan S. E.

the Treasury.

and

messengers.

penses.

of Indian affairs

and

ditional building, and contingent expenses of the General Land 1839. Office, and for books and blanks for the district land offices, nineteen thousand seven hundred and fifty-three dollars ;

For compensation of superintendent and two watchmen for the Supilt. additional building for the use of the General Land Office, one the thousand and fifty dollars ;

building. For compensation of the superintendent and watchman of the Supdt. southeast executive building, two thousand one hundred dollars ; ex. building

For contingent expenses of the building occupied by the Trea- Contingent er: sury, including fuel, oil, labor, repairs, furniture, and for rent, ing sccupied by amounting to three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, twelve thousand dollars; For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office of off

. Sec. War. the Secretary of War, including the messenger in the Bounty Clerks Land Bureau, thirteen thousand three hundred dollars;

For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary of War, Contingent exthree thousand dollars; For books, maps, and plans for the War Department, one thou- Books,, maps

and . sand dollars;

For compensation of extra clerks, when employed in said office, three thousand dollars;

For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, three Commissioner thousand dollars ;

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of Clerks the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, sixteen thousand four hun-messenger. dred dollars;

For contingent expenses of said office, two thousand dollars ; Contingent ex

For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, three thou- Commissioner sand dollars ;

For compensation of clerks transferred from the office of the Clerks Secretary of War to the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, Sec. War. four thousand eight hundred dollars ;

For compensation to clerks and messengers for the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, authorised by act of ninth May, thorized by act eighteen hundred and thirty-six, thirteen thousand four hundred Yeh May, 1836. and fifty dollars;

For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand dollars ;

For compensation to clerks and messenger in the office of the Of Pay MasPaymaster General seven thousand one hundred dollars ;

For contingent expenses of said office, including two hundred Contingent exdollars for arrearages, seven hundred dollars ;

For compensation of clerk and messenger in the office of the Or. CommandCommanding General, one thousand five hundred dollars ;

For contingent expenses of said office, three hundred dollars ; Contingent ex.

For compensation to clerks and messenger in the office of the peom. Adje. Gen. Adjutant General, seven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars;

For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand six hun- Contingent ex dred dollars;

For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Or.Q.M. Gen. Quartermaster General, seven thousand three hundred dollars; senger.

For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand dollars ; perceps.io
For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Cox Commis'z:

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