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LIST OF THE PUBLIC ACTS OF CONGRESS.


STATUTE Ⅰ.—1791, 1792.

 
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Census of the Inhabitants of the United States. An act granting further time for making return of the enumeration of the inhabitants in the District of South Carolina. (Obsolete.) Nov. 8, 1791.
226
Appropriations for the Support of Government. An act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. (Obsolete.) Dec. 23, 1791.
226
Contract between the United States and the State of Pennsylvania relative to certain land. An act for carrying into effect a contract between the United States and the State of Pennsylvania. (Obsolete.) Jan. 3, 1792.
229
Settlement of Accounts of the United States with Individual States. An act to extend the time limited for settling the accounts of the United States with the individual States. (Obsolete.) Jan. 23, 1792.
229
Fisheries of the United States and Government of Fishermen. An act concerning certain fisheries of the United States, and for the regulation and government of the fishermen employed therein. (Expired and Supplied.) Feb. 16, 1792.
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Post-office and Post-roads established. An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States. (Expired.) Feb. 20, 1792.
232
Election of President and Vice-President of the United States, and providing for Vacancies in the Offices of President and Vice-President. An act relative to the election of a president and vice-president of the United States, and declaring the officer who shall act as president in case of vacancies in the offices both of president and vice-president. March 1, 1792.
239
Protection of the Frontiers of the United States by raising additional Troops. An act for making farther and more effectual provision for the protection of the frontiers of the United States. (Repealed.) March 5, 1792.
241
Consent of Congress to Act of Maryland, and to continue for a longer time the consent to Acts of Georgia, and Rhode Island. An act declaring the consent of Congress to a certain act of the State of Maryland, and to continue, for a longer time, an act declaring the assent of Congress to certain acts of the States of Maryland, Georgia, and Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, so for as the same respects the States of Georgia, and Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. (Expired.) March 19, 1792.
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Pensions. Settlement of Claims of Widows and Orphans barred by Limitations, &c. An act to provide for the settlement of the claims of widows and orphans barred by the limitations heretofore established, and to regulate the claims to invalid pensions. (Obsolete.) March 19, 1792.
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Settlement of Claims on the United States under particular Circumstances barred by Limitations. An act providing for the settlement of claims of persons under particular circumstances, barred by the limitations heretofore established. (Expired.) March 27, 1792.
245
Protection of the Frontiers of the United States, additional Brigadiers-General. An act supplemental to the act for making farther and more effectual provision for the protection of the frontiers of the United States. (Obsolete.) March 28, 1792.
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Light-houses. An act for finishing the light-house on Baldhead, at the mouth of Cape Fear river, in the State of North Carolina. (Obsolete.) April 2, 1792.
246
Mint of the United States and regulating the Coins of the United States. An act establishing a mint and regulating the coins of the United States. April 2, 1792.
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Light-houses, Beacons, Buoys, &c. An act supplementary to the act for the establishment and support of light-houses, beacons, buoys, and public piers. April 12, 1792.
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Light-house on Montok Point. An act to erect a light-house on Montok Point, in the State of New York. April 12, 1792.
251
Doorkeeper of the Senate and House of Representatives. An act for fixing the compensation of the doorkeepers of the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress. April 12, 1792.
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