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EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. Sass, L Ch. 168. 1894 49 trict of Virginia, and shall be added to, and form :-1 part oi; the western g?';};: district, that is to say: the counties of Botetourt, Ruckbridge, Allegha- Siam ny. Bath, Pendleton, Augusta,- Rockingham, Shenandoah, Frederick, Jefferson, Berkley, Morgan, Hampshire, and Hardy: and that, in addition to the terms of the district court now holden in the western district the judge of the said western district shall hold two terms in each year, at Staunton, in the county of Augusta. Sec. 2. And be it j2u·ther· enacted, That the terms of the courts in Times and the said western district shall be held on the days and at the places {’£‘°;;lg?‘;‘l il"` lyereinsifler mentioned, viz: at Staunton, on the second Mondays in ,1,; ,,0,,,;,5 ° April and September; at Wythe Courthouse, dn- the third Mondays in April and September; at Lewisburg on the fourth Mondays in April and September; and at Clarksburg, on the fourth Mondays in May and Or, tober, in each year. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That if the judge shall not attend' courts to be on the first day of any court, such court shall stand adjourned, from day d c to day, for three days, if the same cause continue; after which time, if mt ,m,,,§jm g the judge still fil to attend, the court shall stand adjourned until the first day of the next term. Sec. 4. And be it further mmlci That the judge of said court shall foyer of the have power to hold special sessions, at his discretion, at either of the said "'·‘d J“dg°· places, for the trial of civil or criminal cases. Armzovnn, May S26, 1824. Srnrwn I. CHAP. CXLVlII.—-./91:Act for altering the time for holding the circuit court fthe May 26, 1824. United Siatesfor the fourth circuit in the Maryland dislric!.(a) `;"`* Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of tke United _Terms ¤t‘ the States zyldmeriea, in Congress assembled, That the terms of the circuit °}“cg¥* °9“"'*;,¤ com-t of the United States for the fourth circuit in the district of Mary- §E,yi?,;§°;K,,,. land, which are now directed by law to be holden on the iirst day of lllay ed. and seventh day of November, in each year, shall be hereafter holden on the Sth days of May and December in each year, except where such days shall occur on Sunday, when the terms of the said court shall commence and be holden onthe next succeeding day. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the first session of the said First session circuit court, after the passage of this act, shall be held on the eight ;;:;¤l’;;d 3;* geighthl day of December, m the year eighteen hundred and twenty- Sth, 182; ° 0ur. Sec. 3. And be if further enacted, That all process which may have All process issued, or which may hereafter issue returnable to the next succeeding }*'hi¤h my hm! terms, as heretofore established, shall be held returnable, and be returned, f;f:,°‘;;;r::b]e to those terms to which they are severally changed by this act. to the terms ap- Approved, May 26, l824. ggémed by fl’¤i¤ (u.) Acts ey Congress relating to circuit courts in Maryland : An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States, September 24, 1789, ch. 20, sec. 3. An act concerning the circuit courts of the United States, March 3, 1797, ch. 27. An act to amend the judicial systenr of the United States, Anril 29, 1802, ch. 31, sec. 4. _ An act for altering the time of holding the circuit court of t ic United States for the fourth circuit in the Maryland district, May 26, 1824, ch. 168. An act to alter the time of holding the circuit court of the United States, for the district of Maryland, February 11, 1830, ch. ll. An act supplementary tu the act, entitled "An act to amend the judicial System of the United States,,! March 3, 1837, ch. 34-, sec. 2. An act to change the time of holding the United States circuit court in the district of East Tennansce, and the district of Maryland, July 7, 1838, ch. 193. V0!.. IV.—7 E