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in either case be authorized to issue his proclamation, directing en election to be held to supply such vacancy according to law.

Approved, December 15, 1809.

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Dec. 19, 1809.
[Obsolete.]
Chap. III.—An Act extending the time for issuing and locating military land warrants.

Act of June 9, 1794, ch. 62.
Act of March 21, 1808, ch. 37.
Act of July 5, 1813, ch. 7.
Secretary of War may issue certain military land warrants.
Where to be located.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be authorized to issue military land warrants to such persons as have or shall, before the first day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, produce to him satisfactory evidence of the validity of their claims; which warrants, with those heretofore issued and not yet satisfied, shall, and may be located in the names of the holders or proprietors thereof, prior to the first day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, on any unlocated parts of the fifty quarter townships and the fractional quarter townships, reserved by law for original holders of military land warrants.

Approved, December 19, 1809.

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Jan. 12, 1810.
[Obsolete.]
Chap. V.—An Act to revive and continue in force for a further time, the first section of the act entituled “An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States, against the Barbary powers.”

Act of March 26, 1804, ch. 46.
*There is a misrecital of the act of 1804. It was passed on the 26th March, 1804.
Revival and continuance in force of the first section of the act creating the Mediterranean fund.
Act of April 21, 1806, ch. 38.
Act of Jan. 31, 1812, ch. 18.
Proviso.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the act passed on the twenty-fifth day of March,* one thousand eight hundred and four, entituled “An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States, against the Barbary powers,” as is contained in the first section of the said act, (and which was revived and continued in force, for the time therein mentioned, by an act, entituled “An act to revive and continue in force, for a further time, the first section of the act, entituled An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States, against the Barbary powers,” passed the tenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and nine,) be, and the same hereby is revived and continued in force, until the fourth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and eleven: Provided however, that the additional duty laid by the said section, shall be collected on all such goods, wares and merchandise, liable to pay the same, as shall have been imported previous to that day.

Approved, January 12, 1810.

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Feb. 14, 1810.
[Obsolete.]
Chap. VIII.—An Act in addition to the “Act to regulate the laying out and making a road from Cumberland, in the state of Maryland, to the state of Ohio.”[1]
Specific additional appropriation.
Act of March 29, 1806, ch. 19.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in addition to the unexpended balance of the sum heretofore appropriated for the laying out and making a road from Cumberland, in the state of Maryland, to the state of Ohio, the sum of sixty thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated, and to be expended under the direction of the President of the United States, in making said road between Cumberland in the state of Maryland, and Brownsville in the state of Pennsylvania, commencing at Cumberland; which sum of sixty thousand dollars, shall be paid out of the fund reserved for laying out and making roads to the state of Ohio, by virtue of the seventh section of an act, passed on the