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442 THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 29, 30. 1850. it shall be the duty of the clerk of the District Court of the United States, at Monroe, to deliver to the clerk at St. Joseph’s, or to his order, the original papers in all such cases as properly belong to the court at that place, together with a transcript of the proceedings had Marshals du- thereon; and it shall be the duty o£ the marshal of said western disms- trict to attend the terms of said court at St. Joseph’s, by himself ordeputy, and to perform all the duties of his office for that court in the same manner, and with the same powers, duties, and emoluments, as he is required to do for the cdurts at other places in the district, by the act to which this is an amendment. Writs of error Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That writs of error and appeal Pm “PP°“1*°u° shall lie from decisions of the District Court of the Western District

it   of Louisiana, exercising Circuit Court jurisdiction, to the Supreme

¤¤¤r¢ to Su- Court of the United States, in the same causes as from a Circuit Court p"m° C°°"' to the Supreme Court, and under the same regulations. The court at Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the parish of Bienville shall §*‘$"€,}’°’°i°,_‘2 l’° form a part of the western district of Louisiana, and be one of the ,5;,,,,,?5,h,i°;§ parishes for which a court is to be held at Shreveport; and that the M¤¤r<w fOr0a1d- parish of Caldwell shall be one of the parishes for which a court is to “`°u‘ be held at Monroe; and that this act shall take effect from and after its passage. Approved, July 29, 1850. July 29, 1850. CHAP. XXIX. —An Act to amend an Act entitled *‘ An Act to regulate the Collec- -——-——-— tion of Duties on. Imports and Tonnage," approved March second, seventeen 1799, ch. 22. hundred and ninety-nine. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the '1`r;msfc=;<>€¤<>1— United States ry' America in Congress assembled, That so much of the l"°t‘°“ d‘“"°t‘ waters of the Narragansett Bay, and the shores, bays, harbors, creeks, and inlets, in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, as are within the county of Kent, including the port of East Greenwich, and that part of Warwick lying upon Greenwich Bay, is hereby taken from the collection district of Newport, in said State, and attached to, and made part of] the collection district of Providence. Approved, July 29, 1850. July 29, 1850. Cmu·. XXX.-./Sn Act to provide for holding the Courts of the United States in

 Case of the Sickness or other Disability of the Judges of the District Courts.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Provisions made United States of America in Congress assembled, That in case of the gf sickness or other disability of any district judge of any judicial district in me event or of the United States, which shall prevent him from holding any stated

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§<_1§*°l5?fjlfm;’r or appointed term of the District Court of his district, or of the Circuit

0; the Qismci court therein in the absence of the circuit judge, and upon the fact of judge such sickness or other disability being certihed by the clerk of such District Court to the circuit judge of the circuit within which such district may lie, it shall be lawful for such circuit judge, ii] in his judgment, the public interests shall so require, to designate and appoint the district judge of any other judicial district of the United States within the same circuit, to hold the District Court or Circuit Court in case of the sickness or absence of the circuit judge, in the place of, and discharge all the judicial duties ot} the district judge who may be sick or otherwise disabled as aforesaid, while such sickness or other disability shall continue; which appointment shall be tiled in the office of the clerk of the said District Court, and be entered on the minutes of the court; and a certified copy thereon under the seal of the court, be by such clerk transmitted to the judge so designated and appointed.