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ACTS RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.

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1803.
Statute.—Providing for the Execution of the Laws of the United States in the State of Ohio. An act to provide for the due execution of the laws of the United States within the State of Ohio. Feb. 19, 1803.
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Courts of the United States in Kentucky District. An act to alter the time of holding the Court of the United States in Kentucky district. March 2, 1803.
Vol. Ⅱ. 242
Judicial System of the United States. An act in addition to an act entitled “An act to amend the judicial system of the United States. March 3, 1803.
Vol. Ⅱ. 244

EIGHTH CONGRESS.—1803, 1804.
Statute.—District Courts in Virginia, Rhode Island, and West Tennessee. An act altering the sessions of the District Courts of the United States for the districts of Virginia, Rhode Island, and for the district of West Tennessee. March 23, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 273
Louisiana erected into two Territories, and temporary Government established. An act erecting Louisiana into two territories, and providing for the temporary government thereof. (Obsolete.) March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 283
Adjournment of the District Courts of the United States. An act to authorize the adjournment of District Courts by marshals, in certain cases. March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 291
Authentication of Public Acts, Records, and Judicial Proceedings. An act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to prescribe the mode in which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings in each State shall be authenticated so as to take effect in every other State.” March 27, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 298
Additional Judge for the Mississippi Territory. An act for the appointment of an additional judge for the Mississippi territory, and for other purposes. March 27, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 301
1804, 1805.
Statute.—Jurisdiction given to Territorial Courts similar to that of the District Court of Kentucky. An act to extend jurisdiction in certain cases to the territorial courts. March 3, 1805.
Vol. Ⅱ. 338

NINTH CONGRESS.—1805, 1806.
Statute.—Circuit Court in North Carolina. An act for altering the time for holding the Circuit Court in the district of North Carolina, and for abolishing the July term of the Kentucky District Court. Feb. 28, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 354
Jurisdiction given to certain State Courts in Suits and Prosecutions under the Common Law. An act to extend jurisdiction in certain cases to state judges and state courts. March 8, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 354
Courts of the United States in the District of Columbia. An act for the regulation of the times of holding the courts of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. April 21, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 390
Counterfeiting the current Coins of the United States. An act for the punishment of counterfeiting the current coin of the United States, and for other purposes. April 21, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 404
1806, 1807.
Statute.—Circuit and District Courts in North Carolina. An act to alter the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the district of North Carolina. Feb. 4, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 413
Power of granting Writs of Injunction extended to the Judges of the District Courts of the United States. An act to extend the power of granting writs of injunctions to the judges of the District Courts of the United States. Feb. 13, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 418
Circuit and District Courts in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. An act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the District Courts in the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. (Obsolete.) Feb. 24, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 420
Certificates of reasonable Cause of Seizure to be given in certain Cases. An act respecting seizures made under the authority of the United States, and for other purposes. Feb. 24, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 422