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Illinois.

| Jury.
An act granting lands to the inhabitants and

be a trial by jury, except in admiralty and
settlers at Vincennes, &c. -
. 221 maritime cases,

77
Imprisonment for Debi.-See Debtors, Insolvent. Trials by jury in the Circuit Courts, 79
Inability

Trials of issues of fact in the Supreme Court,
Of judges to attend court,
- 279

78, 91
Indians.

Summoning of jurors, -

81
Sales of land by the Indians,

· 138 Trial of cases punishable with death shall
Trade and intercourse with the Indian be had in the county where the offence was
tribes,

137, 329, 469, 702 743 committed, or, where this cannot be done
Notes of decisions,

469 without great inconvenience, twelve petit
Trading houses with the Indian tribes, 452 jurors shall be summoned from thence, 88
Indictments.

Juries de talibus circumstantibus,

88
Indictments for treason, and pleadings, 118
Informers.

Kaskasias,
Informers on penal statutes discontinuing Land claimed at, -

suits or prosecutions, or nonsuited, unless Kentucky,
an officer of the United States, liable for Representatives in Congress after the first
costs,

626
census,

258
See Post-office.

Act authorizing the State of Kentucky to be
Injunctions.

formed and admitted into the Union, - 189
Act of September 24, 1789, sect. 14, . 81 Representation in Congress,

- 191
Writs of ne exeat and writs of injunction District Courts of-See District Courts.

may be granted by any judge of the Su.
preme Court when they may be granted Landing of Goods. See Drawback.

by the Supreme or Circuit Court, 334 Lands of the United States.
Notes of decisions,

• 335

Surveyor-general and deputies appointed, and
Insolvents.-See Debtors.

manner of surveying the public lands, 464
Priority of the United States in cases of in Notes of the acts of Congress relating to the
solvency,

263, 515, 674
survey of the public lands,

464
Notes of decisions,

263 Notes of the laws of the United States relating
Inspectors of the Customs.-See Gaugers and other to the sale of public lands north-west of the
officers of the Customs.

river Ohio,

- 624
Inspection Laws of States,

106, 698

Notes of the decisions of the courts of the
Interest on Bonds for Duties

- 676 United States, relative to the titles to
Interest in a Cause.

the public lands north-west of the river
If a judge of the District Court shall be in Ohio,

. 465
terested in a cause, or has been counsel for Compensation of surveyor-general, surveyors,
either party, the fact shall, on application receivers, and registers of the Land office,
of either party, be certified to the Circuit

468, 469
Court, and the court shall take cognisance Virginia military land-warrants, 464, 724
of the cause,

279 General regulations as to the sale of the public
Inventions.

lands north-west of the river Ohio, - 464
An act to promote the progress of the useful Public lands in Indiana,

221
arts. April 10, 1790, (repealed,) - 109 Public lands in Illinois,

221
An act to promote the progress of the useful Larceny.—See Crimes.

arts and to repeal the act heretofore made Laws of the United States.
for that purpose. February 21, 1793, (re The publication and promulgation of the laws
pealed,) -

318

of the United States, 443, 495, 724

Laws of the States of the Union.
Judgments.

The laws of the several States, except where
When suits are instituted by the United the Constitution, treaties, and laws of the

States against persons indebted to them, United States shall otherwise provide, shall
judgments shall be rendered the first term, be regarded as rules of decision on trials at
unless the defendant in open court, in the common law in the courts of the United
presence of the District Attorney, makes States in cases where they apply, 92
oath that he is equitably entitled to credits Authentication of State laws.-See Evidence.
which have been submitted to the account- Leakage and Breakage.
ing officers of the treasury,

514
Allowance for, -

- 672
udgment on bonds at the return term, - 676 Libels and Sedition,
Jurisdiction.–See Courts of the United States.

Against the government or either House of
Over light-houses,

53
Congress,

• 596
Jury.

Light-houses, Beacons, Buoys, &c.
Trial by jury. Amendments to the Constitu Establishment and support of, 53, 137, 251,
tion of the United States, art. 5, 6, 7,

393, 426
In all causes in the District Court, there shall Jurisdiction to be ceded to the United States

22

- 594

rine corps,

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Light-houses, Beacons, Buoys, fr.

Mandantus.
over the lands on which light-houses are &c., and to issue writs of mandamus in
erected,

53, 137, 393, 426 cases warranted by the principles and usages
Light-houses erected at Baker's Island, 452 of law, to any courts appointed, or persons
Bald Head, -

246 holding office, under the authority of the
Cape Cod,

464
United States,

81
Cape Hatteras,
368 Notes of decisions,

81
Chesapeake bay,

53 Mandate.
Eaton's neck,

540 The Supreme Court not to issue execution in
Montoke point,

251

causes removed before them, but shall send
Newport,

540 a special mandate to the Circuit Court, to
Nantucket,

540
issue execution,

85
Old Point Comfort,

• 553 Manslaughter.—See Crimes.
Portland,

553 Marine Corps.
Shell castle,

368 An act for establishing and organizing a ma-
Seguin, Maine,

368 rine corps, July 11, 1798,-
Limitation.

An act authorizing an augmentation of the
Suits on the act to secure copyrights, 125

marine corps, March 2, 1799, · 729
Suits for penalties, fines, and forfeitures, 119 Not of the acts passed relating to the ma-
695

- 594
Indictments for criminal offences, 119 Mariners.-See Seamen.
Loans to the United States.

Marshal.
The President authorized to borrow two mil A marshal to be appointed in each district to
lions of dollars,
187 serve for five years,

87
Loans by the Bank of the United States to To give bond with securities,

87
the Government of the United States, 194 Duties of the marshal, -

87
Loan of three millions of florins in Hol His deputies removable by the District and
land,

218
Circuit Courts, -

87
The President authorized to borrow two mil Oath of the marshal and his deputies, 87

lions of dollars to be applied to the purchase Representatives of a deceased marshal,
of the public debt,
187 Marshal's powers after removal,

88
Loan of domestic debt,

281 Fees and compensation of marshal.-See Fees
The time for renewing a loan of the domestic -Compensation.
debt extended, -

338 Marshal of the district in which the Supreme
Loan of one million of dollars authorized, 345 Court shall sit, shall attend the court during
The time for renewing a loan of the domestic its sessions, unless the attendance of mar-
debt extended, -

370

shals of other districts is required, . 396
Loan of two millions of dollars, . 404 Marshals and their deputies executing the
Time for renewing a loan of the domestic laws of the United States shall have the

debt of the United States extended, - 410 same power as sheriffs and their deputies
Reimbursement of loan authorized in 1794,418 have in executing the laws of the States, 425
The commissioners of the sinking fund Marshals shall have the custody of vessels and
money,

· 433 of all goods seized by the United States, 425
Loan to be opened at the Treasury to the full Marshals shall pay fees to jurors, district
amount of the foreign debt,

433 attorneys, clerks, and expenses of the court;
Commissioners of the sinking fund to pay the and his account, when allowed and certified
funded six per cent. stock,

458 by the District Court, shall be paid at the
Loan for the use of the city of Washington, Treasury of the United States, - · 425

Commissions to the marshal,

425
Commissioners of the sinking fund authorized Fees and compensation of the marshals, how
to borrow money,
488, 551 recovered,

278
Time for renewing a loan of the domestic Marshals shall summon appraisers, when re-
debt extended,

516
quired by the laws of the State,

- 696
Loan of eight hundred thousand dollars au Duties of marshals, when persons are in con-
thorized,

534

finement on process issued in the district,
The President authorized to borrow four mil after they have been held to bail in suits in
lions of dollars,
• 607 other districts, -

- 727
Loan on the direct tax authorized, - 609 Maryland.

Representatives in Congress. Constitution
Machines in the Patent Office.-See Patents.

of the United States, art. 1, sect. 2, 10
Magazines.-See Arsenals.

Representatives after the first census, • 253
Mail.–See Post-office.

Assent of Congress to acts passed by the le-
Maine.See Circuit Courts, District Courts.

gislature of Maryland, 190, 425, 162, 463,
Mandamus.-See Courts of the United States.

546
The Supreme Court shall have power to issue Massachusetts.
writs of prohibition to the District Court Representatives in Congress under the Constitu-
when proceeding as Courts of Admiralty, tion of the United States, art. 1, sect. 2, 10

461

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Massachusetts.

Misdemeanour.-See Crimes.
Consent of Congress to an act of the legisla- Misprision of Treason and Felony. See Crimes
ture of Massachusetts,

- 546 Mississippi Territory.
Representatives according to the first cen An act for an amicable settlement of the
sus,

253

claims of the State of Georgia, and au-
Measures. See Collection of Duties.

thorizing the establishment of a govern-
Medical Department.

ment of the Mississippi Te itory, 7,
Of the army of the United States, 721

1798,

- 549
Notes referring to the acts relating to the me- Murder and Robbery on the High Seas.-See Crimes.
dical department,

721 Mute.- See Crimes.
Medicine Chest.

Mutilation. See Marine, Crimes.
On board merchant vessels of the United
States,

134 Naturalization.
enalties for neglect to furnish a medicine An act to establish a uniform rule of natarali-
chest to merchant vessels, -

135 zation, March 26, 1790, (repealed,) - 103
Melter and Refiner.-See Mint.

Jan. 29, 1795,

• 414
Messengers.

Notes of the acts relating to naturalization, 103
To convey the votes for President and Vice- Naval Docks,

622
President to the seat of Government, 240 Naval Officer,
Mileage of Members of Congress.

Of the customs, his duties

642
Acts allowing full mileage to members of the Navigable Rivers declared Highways and public.

Senate and House of Representatives of the Nary Department.
United States, (obsolete,)

70, 533

An act to establish an executive department
Military Land Warrants.—See Lands of the to be denominated the Navy Department,
United States.

April 30, 1798,

553
Militia of the United States.

Notes of the acts relating to the establish-
An act more effectually to provide for the na ment of the navy department,

• 553
tional defence, by establishing a uniform Navy Pension Fund.
militia in the United States,

271

Act of March 2, 1799, sect. 9, 10, - 716
Acts providing arms for the militia of the Navy of the United States.
United States, -

576 An act to provide a naval armament, March
Notes referring to the acts relating to the go 22, 1794,

350
vernment and regulation of the militia of the April 20, 1796,

453
United States, -
271 July 1, 1797,

523
An act to provide for calling forth the militia April 27, 1798,

552
to execute the laws of the Union, suppress May 4, 1798,

- 556
insurrections, and repel invasions, and to June 22, 1798,

. 569
repeal the laws now in force, &c., 264, 424 June 30, 1798,

• 575
An act directing a detachment of the militia Feb. 25, 1799,

- 621
of the United States,

- 367 An act for the government of the navy of the
An act to authorize the President to call out United States, March 2, 1799, . 709
and station a corps of militia in the four Courts-martial, act of March 2, 1799,

. 713
western counties of Pennsylvania for a li Distribution of prizes, -

715
mited time,

• 403 Bounty for captures.—See Salvage on Vessels
An act authorizing a detachment of the militia Captured.
of the United States,

522 Ne Exeat.
Ministers, Ambassadors, and Consuls.

Writs of ne exeat when granted.-See Process.
Actions by and against ambassadors, minis- Neutrality.
ters, and consuls,

80 Citizens of the United States prohibited ac-
Supreme Court to have exclusive jurisdiction cepting, within the United States, commis-
of suits against public ministers, and ori sions to serve a foreign State,

381
ginal but not exclusive jurisdiction of all Enlistment in the service of a foreign State
suits brought by an ambassador or other prohibited,

public minister, or a consul, or vice-consul, 81 Fitting out or arming vessels, or augmenting
Notes of cases decided by the courts of the the force of vessels for war, prohibited, 383
United States, -

81 Notes of decisions on illegal outfit of ves
Process against them illegal, -
. 118 sels,

. 381
Persons suing the same punishable, . 118 Setting on foot any military expedition in the
Protection of the person of a foreign minis United States against the territories of a
ter, and his domestic servants,

- 118 State with which the United States are at
Mint of the United States.

peace,

• 384
Resolution of March 3, 1791,

225 District Courts to take cognisance of captures
Act of April 2, 1792,

246

in the waters of the United States, • 384
January 14, 1793,

299 New Jersey. See Circuit Courts, District Courts.
February 9, 1793,

300 Representatives in Congress. Constitution of
May 3, 1795,

439
the United States,

10
May 27, 1796,

475) Representation according to the first census, 253

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New Trials.

Passports of Ships.
All the courts of the United States shall have Violations of the safe-conducts or passports

power to grant new trials, when there has issued under the authority of the United
been a trial by jury, for the reasons for States,

- 118
which new trials have usually been granted Patents for useful Inventions.
in the courts of law, -

..83

Act of April 10, 1790, (repealed,) . 109
New York. See Circuit Courts, District Courts. Notes of acts of Congress relating to patents
Representation in Congress. Constitution of for useful inventions,

106
the United States,

10 Notes of laws passed relating to patents for
Representation according to the first cen. useful inventions,

· 106
253 Cases decided on the patent laws,

. 106
North Carolina.–See Circuit Courts, District Act of February 21, 1793, (repealed,) - 318
Courts.

Notes of laws passed relating to patents for
Representation in Congress. Constitution of useful inventions,

318
the United States,

10 Notes of decisions on the patent laws, 318,
Representatives according to the first cen-

319, 320, 321
sus,

253

An act supplementary to the “Act to promote

the progress of the useful arts, June 7,
Oaths and Affirmations.

1794,

393
Oaths of the President and of members of Peltry, Indian.
the Senate and House of Representatives, Regulations of importations, -

• 702
and of the officers of Congress, 23 Penalties and Forfeitures.-See Fines and For.
All persons appointed to office to take an oath feitures.
or affirmation, -
23 Penalties under the duty acts,

47
Members of the State legislatures, and all Pennsylvania.–See Circuit Courts, and District

the executive officers of States, to take an Courts.
oath or affirmation to support the Constitu Representation in Congress under the Consti-
tion of the United States,

23
tution of the United States,

: 10
Judges, and officers of the courts of the United Representation according to the first census,
States,
76

253
Attorney-general, and district attorneys, 92, 93 Pensions, in the Army.
Clerks in the departments of the govern Act of September 29, 1789, -

95
ment,
215 July 16, 1790,

- 129
Officers and privates in the army of the United March 23, 1792, -

- 243
States,
121, 431 February 28, 1793,

324
Officers of the customs,

642, 666 Pensions, in the Navy.
Before committees of Congress,
544 Resolution, June 9, 1794,

- 104
Persons conscientiously scrupulous of taking Act of June 7, 1794,

392
an oath may be affirmed,
. 699 March 31, 1796, -

· 450
False oaths or affirmations.—See Perjury. March 14, 1798, -

- 540
Obstruction of Process.

Act of July 1, 1797, sect. 11,

· 525
Act of April 30, 1790, sect. 22,
· 117 June 7, 1794,

. 392
Obstructing or resisting custom-house officers, Pensions, in the Militia.
316, 678 Act of May 8, 1792, sect. 9,

273
Ohio Territory.

June 7, 1794,

· 392
An act to provide for the government of the March 31, 1796,

. 450
territory north-west of the river Ohio, Au March 14, 1798, -

• 540
gust 7, 1789, (obsolete,)

50 Perjury.See Crimes.
May 8, 1792, (obsolete,)

285 Permit for Landing Goods. See Duties, Collec-
Onus probandi,
In cases of seizure,

- 678 Pilots,
Ordinance,

To be regulated by the laws existing in the
For the government of the territory of the several states. Act of August 7, 1789,
United States north-west of the river sect. 4,

54
Ohio,

57 Exempt from militia duty-See Militia, - 272

Piracy and Pirates. See Crimes.
Parties in Suits

Pleadings.-See Amendments.
May maintain their causes in person or by Ports.—See Duties, Collection of.
counsel, or attorneys,

92 Post-office.
If either of the parties dies before judgment An act for the temporary establishment of the

in a suit in the courts of the United States, post-office, September 22, 1789, (obso-
and the cause of action survives, the suit lete,)

70
may be prosecuted or defended by his exe August 4, 1790, (obsolete)

. 178
cutor or administrator,
90 March 3, 1791, (obsolete,)

. 218
Passports of Ships.

February 20, 1792, (obsolete)

232
Act of June 1, 1796,
489 May 8, 1794, (obsolete,)

• 354
312

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of Fines rand Forfeitures: -See Fines

Post-office.

Quarantine.
Notes of decisions on the duties and obliga An act relating to quarantine, May 27, 1796,
tions of the Postmaster-General," « Post-

(repealed,)

- 474
masters," and the « Post-office," 363 An act respecting quarantine and health
March 3, 1797, (obsolete)
• 509 laws, February 25, 1799, -

· 619
March 28, 1798, (expired)

547
March 2, 1799, (repealed,)

731 Rates of Postage.See Post-office.
Post-roads.

Rates
Act of February 20, 1792, (obsolete,) 231 Of foreign coins when received for duties, 45
May 8, 1794, (obsolete,)

354 Reasonable Cause
March 3, 1797, (obsolete,)
• 509 Of seizure, -

- 696
March 2, 1799, (repealed,)

- 731 Records of the United States.See Evidence-Au-
President of the United States.

thentication.
Executive power vested in the President of Records of Public Acts and Judicial Proceedings of

the United States. Constitution of the the States.-See Authentication-Evidence.

United States, article 2, sect. 1, 15 Refugees from the British Provinces.
Election of the President,

22 An act for the relief of the refugees from the
Qualifications of the President,

British provinces of Canada and Nova
Vacancies in the office of President, 16, 17 Scotia, April 7, 1798,

- 547
Salary of the President. Act of February Registry of Ships and Vessels.
18, 1793,

318 An act for registering and clearing vessels,
Powers and duties of the President of the regulating the coasting trade, and for other
United States. Constitution of the United purposes, Sept. 1, 1789,

. 55
States, art. 2, sect. 2, 3, 4,

16 An act concerning the registering and record-
He may call forth the militia in case of inva ing of ships and vessels, Feb. 16, 1792,
sion, and to suppress insurrections, and (expired)

229
cause the laws to be executed. Before the March 2, 1797,

498
use of military force he shall issue a pro- Regulation
clamation, commanding insurgents to dis Of seamen in the merchant service, 131
perse and retire peaceably, (repealed,) 264 Notes of decisions,

131
Lay embargoes,

- 372 Re
In case of dangerous sickness at the seat of the and Forfeitures.

government, he may change the place for Removal of Suits from the State Courts to the Cir-
the meeting of Congress,

. 353 cuit Couris. See Circuit Courts.
Compensation of the President of the United Representatives in Congress.—See Congress.
States,

72 Resignation of the President of the United States-
Prints.—See Copyright.

See President of the United States.
Priority of the United States.-See Debtors. Revenue Officers.—See Collection of Duties.

Surety paying bond to have the priority of the Revenue Cutters.
United States, -

- 646 An act of May 6, 1796, (obsolete,) 461
Prisoners.—See Imprisonment for Debt.

May 8, 1798,

556
Privateering,

March 2, 1798, sect. 98, 99,-

699
In violation of the neutrality of the United Duties of officers of revenue cutters, • 556
States, prohibited,

383, 520 Revolt
Prize Money.-See Captures.

Of seamen on board of merchant vessels. Act
Probable Cause

of April 3, 1790, sect. 8,

114
Of seizure and prosecution,

696 Rhode Island.
Process.

Acts of Congress extended to the State of
An act to regulate process in the courts of the Rhode Island. Act of June 14, 1790, - 126

United States, September 29, 1789, 93 Judicial Courts of the United States established
May 8, 1792,

- 275
in Rhode Island,

128
March 13, 1797, sect. 3,

- 517 Enumeration of the inhabitants of Rhode
In places ceded to the United States, process Island,

129
issued from the courts of a State shall not Increase of the salary of the District Judge of
be executed,

426
Rhode Island,

423
Prohibition.

Assent of Congress to acts of the legisla-
The Supreme Court shall have power to issue ture of Rhode Island. Act of January 10,
writs of prohibition to the District Courts 1791,

· 189
when proceeding in cases of admiralty and March 19, 1792,

• 243
maritime jurisdiction,
· 91 Rivers.--See Highways,

463, 481
Protection,

Robbery.–See Crimcs.
And relief of seamen in the merchant service
of the United States,

177 Safe-Conduct, Violation of.—See Crimes.
Protests.See Erilenre.

Salaries.-See Compensation.
Public Accounts. - See Debtors to the United Salvage,
States.

On recaptures,

. 716

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