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route from Acworth, by Lempster, and Unity, to Newport, as lies between Acworth and Unity. IN NEW YORK. In New York. From Charlotteville, via Jefferson, to Harpersfield; From Waterloo to Clyde. - in PEN NSYLVANIA. In Pennsyl. So much of the route from Sunbury, by Libertypole and CattaVania, wissa, to Nescopeck, established by the act of the third March, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, as lies between Cattawissa and Nescopeck-[Approved, 24 May, 1828.]
[No. 1.] Resolution authorising the Speaker of the House of Representatives to frank letters and packages.
speaker of he Resolved, &c. That the Speaker of the House of RepresentaHouse of Re- tives of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorised to frank
presentatives - - .of the U.S. to and to receive letters and packages by mail free of postage
}. [Approved, 3d April, 1828.]
[No. 4.] Resolution in relation to Charles Carroll, of Carrollton.
Charles Car- Resolved, &c. That Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, the only rol of Car- surviving signer of the declaration of Independence, be, and ...!?" he is hereby, authorised to receive and transmit letters and packico. 3... ages by the mail free of postage. [Approved 23 May, 1828.] by mail free
[No. 5.] Resolution in relation to the manner of executing the Printing ordered by either House of Congress.
o.."; Resolved, &c. That, after the termination of the present
.." session of Congress, it shall be the duty of the secretary of the
and clerk of senate and clerk of the house of representatives, so to regulate p g
the house of and direct the printing of the respective houses as to abolish the representa
tives, to regu- - into the print of committees, memorials, or any other documents, unless the
ing of the re- same shall be so directed by them, and that the whole matter ;... shall follow in close order, #. the first page. And they shall ” further direct, that the printing of the yeas and nays of the JourAlso to regu. nal shall be in consecutive order, as ordinary matter. They shall late the print. also so regulate the printing of the executive documents, as to ..".o: have the respective communications from the President and .* heads of departments bound in distinct volumes; and they may o also so change the form of the volume, by increasing its size, as to combine the greatest quantity of matter, with the greatest economy in the execution of the work,
[Approved, 24 May, 1828.]
practice of making “ title pages” to executive documents, reports [No. 6.] Resolution in relation to the Mail Route between the cities of New Orleans and Mobile. Postmaster
Resolved, &c. That the post-master general be, and he is general to hereby, authorised to cause to be examined the route from cause to be Mobile to Pascagoula; and if, in his opinion, it should be the examined the most expedient route to the city of New Orleans, he shall be, and :..." hereby is, vested with full power and authority to adopt that Þjá,
route in lieu of the present route from the city of Mobile to the for the transcity of New Orleans. [Approved, 24 May, 1828.] of
the o of New Orleans.
Residents south of Arkansas river and west of territorial line, not entitled to donation given by said act, unless, &c.
Arkansas authorised to protect the lands reserved for the support of schools; and to provide by law for leas.
ACTS OF THE TWENTIETH CONGRESS
Passed at the Second Session, which was begun and held at the
John QUINCY ADAMs, President. J. C. CALHouN, Vice President,
Chap. 163. An act restricting the location of certain Land Claims in
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That no person entitled to a donation of land by the eighth section of an act, entitled “An act to aid the state of Ohio in extending the Miami canal from Dayton to lake Erie, and to grant a quantity of land to said state to aid in the
construction of the canals authorised by law, and for makin
donations of land to certain persons in Arkansas territory,” shall
CHAP. 164. An act to preserve from injury and waste the School
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That the governor and general assem
. bly of the territory of Arkansas be, and they are hereby, author-
lations as they shall deem most expedient to protect from injury
township, and to provide by law for leasing or renting the same, ing or renting
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That from and after the passage of solo
entitled to debenture, or which may be hereafter imported, may drawback
deduction from the amount of the duty on the same, at any time ...,
..]nd provided further, That this act shall not be so construed 2d Proviso.
- [Approved, 6 January, 1829.]
CHAP. 166. An act to allow a salary to the Marshal of the District of
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That the sum of two hundred dollars so o d be, and the same hereby is, allowed annually, as a salary to the ..."." marshall of the district of Connecticut. Connecticut.
[Approved, 6 January, 1829.]
CHAP. 168. An act to amend an act, entitled “An act for the better organization of the Medical Department of the Navy,” approved 24th May, 1828.
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That every surgeon who was in the Exemption of anavy at the time of the passage of the act for the better organiza- certain surtion of the medical department of the navy, approved twenty- .." fourth May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight,” shall . requihe entitled to the additional pay and rations (according to length sites of act of of service) provided for by the fourth section of that act, not-May, los. withstanding such surgeons may not have been examined, or o received their appointments in the manner prescribed by the first jo"
section thereof. [...]pproved, 21 January, 1829.]
Chap. 169. 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 place provided by law.
§ 1. Be it enacted, &c. That the sixth Circuit Court of the circuit court United States for the District of Georgia, which is by law ap- of U.S. for pointed to be holden on the fourth Monday in November annually, o at Savannah in the said state, shall hereafter be holden on the oat Mil
Thursday after the first Monday in November, annually, at iodgeville in