United States Statutes at Large/Volume 1/3rd Congress/1st Session/Chapter 58

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June 7, 1794
[Obsolete.]
Chap. ⅬⅧ.—An Act supplementary to the act intituled “An act to promote the progress of Useful Arts.”


Suits, &c. had under certain act, revived.
Act of Feb. 21, 1793, ch. 11.
Act of April 10, 1790, ch. 7.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all suits, actions, process and proceedings, heretofore had in any district court of the United States, under an act passed the tenth day of April, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety, intituled “An act to promote the progress of useful arts,” which may have been set aside, suspended or abated, by reason of the repeal of the said act, may be restored, at the instance of the plaintiff or defendant, within one year from and after the passing of this act, in the said courts, to the same situation, in which they may have been, when they were so set aside, suspended or abated; and that the parties to the said suits, actions, process or proceedings, be, and are hereby intitled to proceed in such cases, as if no such repeal of the act aforesaid had taken place. In what manner.Provided always, That before any order or proceeding, other than that for continuing the same suits, after the reinstating thereof, shall be entered or had, the defendant or plaintiff, as the case may be, against whom the same may have been reinstated, shall be brought into court by summons, attachment or such other proceeding, as is used in other cases, for compelling the appearance of a party.

Approved, June 7, 1794.