568 TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 182. 1832. upon application, to the person or persons legally entitled to the benefit of payments made previous to such reversion or sale, his, her or their legal representatives or assigns, a certificate for the amount so paid and Certificates to not refunded, which shall be received and credited as cash in payment bs ““ °“;.h if of any public lands that may hereafter be sold by the United States, in ii;yi::,ii _° Pu l the state or territory in which such original purchase was made. Commissioner Size. 2. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the
- 2*3 *:5;::;*; ,:° commissioner of the general land office and of the registers as afore—
l,,,,,?,,,,,,,, ,,;-acl said, to conform to, and be governed by, the provisions of the act 0f'May 23, 1828, aforesaid, to which this is an amendment, passed the twenty-third day of °h· 71- May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight as aforesaid. Exce spaid tm Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That where the lands have been g?d°:*h¤‘!;“l; relinquished to the United States under the provisions of the act of ,,8;,; $°Q,:m°b,, second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, as aforesaid, cei-ti1icd,mui re- or other acts of Congress, and the money paid thereon has, in part, been
- <}_°;¤ mtg applied in the payment of other lands, if the payment so made on lands
mdb P retained be less than the amount paid on the relinquished lands, when such excess exceeds the sum of ten dollars, it shall be the duty of the register of the land office where the transfer of payment was made, to issue a certificate for such excess to the person or persons entitled thereto and in the manner pointed out in the first section of this act; which certificate shall be received in payment of the purchase of the public lands as pointed out in said section. Duplicate cr Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That on proof being made, satisfacl·‘:* ¤¤_g•=¤?°>’· tory to the Secretary of the Treasury, that any certificate issued under ° °°"' °” °‘ this act, or that has been, or may be, issued under the said act of the twenty-third of May, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and 18*28, ch. 71. twenty-eight, has been lost or destroyed by accident, he is hereby authorized to issue to the legal owner thereoh zi duplicate of such original certificate, which shall be, in all respects, as available to the owner as the original certificate would have been. Arpnovnn, July 9, 1832. S·r.¤.·ru·rn I. July 9, 1832. CHAP. CLXXXII.-—An det to alter the times of holding the district court of the """—"`_"` United States for the state of Illinois. (a) District court Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y"Rq1resentatives ry" the United EEC ggugzlgiozf States tif America, in Congress assembled, That the term of the district day of May, M_ court o the United States for the district of Illinois, which is now directed uusily. by law to be held on the first Monday of May, shall hereafter be held on the fourth Monday of May in each year; and all process which may have issued, or which may hereafter issue, returnable on the said first Monday of May, as heretofore directed, shall be held returnable, and be returned, on the fourth Monday of May in each year. APPROVED, July 9, 1832. (a) Acts relating to the district court of the United States in the territory and state of Illinois. Mgghagct. lgegrlztguggand defining the duties of the United States° judges for the territory of Illinois. An act supplemental to “An act regulating and defining the duties of the United Stotes’ judges for the territory of Illm0is,” Src. April 29, 1816, ch. 154. Méghagt yglgroyydiggr the due execution of the laws of the United States within the state of Indiana. An act res actin the 'urisdiction of certain district courts. Februar 19, 1831, ch. 2 . Mgzihagt iigg‘p’le;1;leI13t:ryJt;> gre act entitled “An act to amend the judichl system of the United States." , . se . . An act- to jihange the times of holding the circuit and district courts of the United States in the seventh circuit. March 10, 1838, ch. 33.