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1st Session[edit]

Public Laws[edit]

  Chapter Title Date
1 Chapter I. An Act to authorize the transportation of certain documents free of postage. Nov. 18, 1811
2 Chapter II. An Act to alter the time of holding one of the terms of the District Court in the district of Maine. Nov. 28, 1811
3 Chapter III. An Act making a further appropriation for the support of a Library. Dec. 6, 1811
4 Chapter IV. An Act extending the time for opening the several Land-offices established in the territory of Orleans. Dec. 12, 1811
5 Chapter V. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Dec. 12, 1811
6 Chapter VI. An Act allowing further time for completing the payments on certain lands held by right of pre-emption, in the Mississippi territory. Dec. 12, 1811
7 Chapter VII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Dec. 12, 1811
8 Chapter VIII. An Act to authorize the surveying and marking of certain roads, in the state of Ohio, as contemplated by the treaty of Brownstown in the territory of Michigan. Dec. 12, 1811
9 Chapter IX. An Act for the apportionment of Representatives among the several States, according to the third enumeration. Dec. 21, 1811
10 Chapter X. An Act for completing the existing Military Establishment. Dec. 24, 1811
11 Chapter XI. An Act authorizing the President of the United States to raise certain companies of Rangers for the protection of the frontier of the United States. Jan. 2, 1812
12 Chapter XII. An Act to authorize the laying out and opening a public road from the line established by the treaty of Grenville, to the North Bend in the state of Ohio. Jan. 8, 1812
13 Chapter XIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 10, 1812
14 Chapter XIV. An Act to raise an additional Military Force. Jan. 11, 1812
15 Chapter XV. An Act directing the terms on which lands sold at public sale, and that revert for failure in payment, shall again be sold. Jan. 14, 1812
16 Chapter XVI. An Act authorizing the purchase of ordnance and ordnance stores, camp equipage and other Quartermaster’s stores and small arms. Jan. 14, 1812
17 Chapter XVII. An Act to alter the time of holding the District Courts of the United States, for the North Carolina district. Jan. 23, 1812
18 Chapter XVIII. An Act to 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.” Jan. 31, 1812
19 Chapter XIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 31, 1812
20 Chapter XX. An Act to alter the times of holding the District Courts, within and for the district of Connecticut. Feb. 6, 1812
21 Chapter XXI. An Act authorizing the President of the United States to accept and organize certain Volunteer Military Corps. Feb. 6, 1812
22 Chapter XXII. An Act for the revision of former confirmations, and for confirming certain claims to land in the District of Kaskaskia. Feb. 20, 1812
23 Chapter XXIII. An Act making an appropriation for the expenses incident to the six companies of Mounted Rangers, during the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Feb. 20, 1812
24 Chapter XXIV. An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to locate the Lands reserved for the use of Jefferson College, in the Mississippi territory. Feb. 20, 1812
25 Chapter XXV. An Act for the more convenient taking of affidavits and bail in civil causes depending in the courts of the United States. Feb. 20, 1812
26 Chapter XXVI. An Act making appropriations for the support of the Military Establishment of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Feb. 21, 1812
27 Chapter XXVII. An Act making appropriations for the support of an additional Military Force. Feb. 21, 1812
28 Chapter XXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 21, 1812
29 Chapter XXIX. An Act to establish a land district in the Illinois territory, east of the district of Kaskaskia, and to attach certain public lands to the district of Jeffersonville. Feb. 21, 1812
30 Chapter XXX. An Act making appropriations for the support of the Navy of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Feb. 24, 1812
31 Chapter XXXI. An Act supplementary to “An act to raise, for a limited time, an additional military force,” passed on the twelfth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and eight. Feb. 24, 1812
32 Chapter XXXII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1812
33 Chapter XXXIII. An Act making appropriations for the support of Government for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Feb. 26, 1812
34 Chapter XXXIV. An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury, under the direction of the President of the United States, to purchase of Winslow Lewis, his patent right to the new and improved method of lighting Lighthouses, and for other purposes. March 2, 1812
35 Chapter XXXV. An Act supplementary to “An act providing for the accommodation of the General Post-Office and Patent Office, and for other purposes.” March 7, 1812
36 Chapter XXXVI. An Act for the relief of the Board of Commissioners west of Pearl river. March 10, 1812
37 Chapter XXXVII. An Act making a further appropriation for the defence of our Maritime Frontier. March 10, 1812
38 Chapter XXXVIII. An Act giving further time for registering claims to land in the western district of the territory of Orleans. March 10, 1812
39 Chapter XXXIX. An Act to alter the time of holding the Circuit Courts of the United States at Knoxville, in the District of East Tennessee, in the state of Tennessee. March 10, 1812
40 Chapter XL. An Act respecting the enrolling and licensing of Steamboats. March 12, 1812
41 Chapter XLI. An Act authorizing a loan for a sum not exceeding eleven millions of dollars. March 14, 1812
42 Chapter XLII. An Act supplementary to “An act to raise an additional Military Force.” March 17, 1812
43 Chapter XLIII. An Act repealing the tenth section of the act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the United States. March 19, 1812
44 Chapter XLIV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 19, 1812
45 Chapter XLV. An Act to alter the times of holding the Circuit Courts of the first district. March 26, 1812
46 Chapter XLVI. An Act to establish a Quartermaster’s Department, and for other purposes. March 28, 1812
47 Chapter XLVII. An Act concerning the Naval Establishment. March 30, 1812
48 Chapter XLVIII. An Act granting to the corporation of the city of New Orleans the use and possession of a lot in the said city. April 3, 1812
49 Chapter XLIX. An Act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States, for a limited time. April 3, 1812
50 Chapter L. An Act for the admission of the State of Louisiana into the Union, and to extend the laws of the United States to the said state. April 8, 1812
51 Chapter LI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 8, 1812
52 Chapter LII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 8, 1812
53 Chapter LIII. An Act in addition to the act entituled “An act to raise an additional military force,” passed January the eleventh, one thousand eight hundred and twelve. April 8, 1812
54 Chapter LIV. An Act for the relief of the officers and soldiers who served in the late campaign on the Wabash. April 10, 1812
55 Chapter LV. An Act to authorize a detachment from the Militia of the United States. April 10, 1812
56 Chapter LVI. An Act to prohibit the exportation of specie, goods, wares and merchandise, for a limited time. April 14, 1812
57 Chapter LVII. An Act to enlarge the limits of the state of Louisiana. April 14, 1812
58 Chapter LVIII. An Act giving further time for registering claims to land in the eastern district of the territory of Orleans. April 14, 1812
59 Chapter LIX. An Act for the organization of a Corps of Artificers. April 23, 1812
60 Chapter LX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 23, 1812
61 Chapter LXI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 23, 1812
62 Chapter LXII. An Act to authorize the granting of Patents for Land, according to the Surveys that have been made; and to grant Donation Rights to certain Claimants of Land in the district of Detroit, and for other purposes. April 23, 1812
63 Chapter LXIII. An Act making provision for certain persons claiming lands under the several acts for the relief of the refugees from the British provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia. April 23, 1812
64 Chapter LXIV. An Act giving further time to the purchasers of Public Lands, northwest of the river Ohio, to complete their payments. April 23, 1812
65 Chapter LXV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 24, 1812
66 Chapter LXVI. An Act to continue in force for a limited time, an act entituled “An act continuing for a limited time the salaries of the officers of government therein mentioned.” April 24, 1812
67 Chapter LXVII. An Act for ascertaining the titles and claims to Lands in that part of the Louisiana which lies east of the river Mississippi and island of New Orleans. April 25, 1812
68 Chapter LXVIII. An Act for the establishment of a General Land-Office in the Department of the Treasury. April 25, 1812
69 Chapter LXIX. An Act to revive and continue in force “An act to provide for persons who were disabled by known wounds received in the Revolutionary War,” and for other purposes. April 25, 1812
70 Chapter LXX. An Act authorizing the departure of ships and vessels from the ports and harbors of the United States, in certain cases. April 27, 1812
71 Chapter LXXI. An Act authorizing the appointment of an additional Judge of the District Court, for the district of New York. April 29, 1812
72 Chapter LXXII. An Act making further provision for the Corps of Engineers. April 29, 1812
73 Chapter LXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. April 29, 1812
74 Chapter LXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 1, 1812
75 Chapter LXXV. An Act further to amend the Charter of the City of Washington. May 4, 1812
76 Chapter LXXVI. An Act to carry into effect on act of the Legislature of the state of Maryland. May 6, 1812
77 Chapter LXXVII. An Act to provide for designating, surveying and granting the Military Bounty Lands. May 6, 1812
78 Chapter LXXVIII. 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. May 6, 1812
79 Chapter LXXIX. An Act for the relief of the Citizens of Venezuela. May 8, 1812
80 Chapter LXXX. An Act to alter and establish certain Post Roads. May 11, 1812
81 Chapter LXXXI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 11, 1812
82 Chapter LXXXII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 14, 1812
83 Chapter LXXXIII. An Act for the better regulation of the Ordnance. May 14, 1812
84 Chapter LXXXIV. An Act to enlarge the boundaries of the Mississippi territory. May 14, 1812
85 Chapter LXXXV. An Act making additional appropriations for the support of Government for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. May 16, 1812
86 Chapter LXXXVI. An Act making further provision for the Army of the United States. May 16, 1812
87 Chapter LXXXVII. An Act to incorporate a Bank in the town of Alexandria, by the name and style of the Merchants’ Bank of Alexandria. May 16, 1812
88 Chapter LXXXVIII. An Act to authorize the President of the United States to ascertain and designate certain boundaries. May 20, 1812
89 Chapter LXXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 20, 1812
90 Chapter XC. An Act to extend the right of suffrage in the Illinois territory, and for other purposes. May 20, 1812
91 Chapter XCI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 22, 1812
92 Chapter XCII. An Act to amend an act entituled “An act to establish a Quartermaster’s Department, and for other purposes.” May 22, 1812
93 Chapter XCIII. An Act supplementary to an act entituled “An act for the admission of the state of Louisiana into the Union, and to extend the laws of the United States to the said state.” May 22, 1812
94 Chapter XCIV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. May 28, 1812
95 Chapter XCV. An Act providing for the government of the territory of Missouri. June 4, 1812
96 Chapter XCVI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. June 10, 1812
97 Chapter XCVII. An Act to extend the time for exporting, with privilege of drawback, goods, wares and merchandise entitled thereto by law. June 10, 1812
98 Chapter XCVIII. An Act supplemental to an act entituled “An act for dividing the Indiana territory into two separate governments.” June 10, 1812
99 Chapter XCIX. An Act making further provision for settling the claims to land in the territory of Missouri. June 13, 1812
100 Chapter C. An Act authorizing the remission of forfeited recognizances within the District of Columbia. June 17, 1812
101 Chapter CI. An Act authorizing the cutting and making a Canal from the river Potomac around the west end of the dam or causeway from Mason’s Island, and for other purposes. June 17, 1812
102 Chapter CII. An Act declaring War between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the dependencies thereof, and the United States of America and their territories. June 18, 1812
103 Chapter CIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. June 20, 1812
104 Chapter CIV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. June 24, 1812
105 Chapter CV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. June 24, 1812
106 Chapter CVI. An Act to amend the laws within the District of Columbia. June 24, 1812
107 Chapter CVII. An Act concerning Letters of Marque, Prizes, and Prize Goods. June 26, 1812
108 Chapter CVIII. An Act for the more perfect organization of the Army of the United States. June 26, 1812
109 Chapter CIX. An Act to ascertain the western boundary of the tract reserved for satisfying the military bounties allowed to the officers and soldiers of the Virginia Line on Continental Establishment. June 26, 1812
110 Chapter CX. An Act confirming claims to lands in the Mississippi territory, founded on warrants of survey granted by the British or Spanish government. June 30, 1812
111 Chapter CXI. An Act to authorize the issuing of Treasury Notes. June 30, 1812
112 Chapter CXII. An Act for imposing additional duties upon all goods, wares, and merchandise imported from any foreign port or place, and for other purposes. July 1, 1812
113 Chapter CXIII. An Act supplementary to an act entituled “An act more effectually to provide for the organization of the Militia of the District of Columbia.” July 1, 1812
114 Chapter CXIV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. July 1, 1812
115 Chapter CXV. An Act to facilitate the transfer of the stock created under an act passed the tenth of November, one thousand eight hundred and three. July 1, 1812
116 Chapter CXVI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. July 1, 1812
117 Chapter CXVII. An Act conferring certain powers on the Levy Court for the county of Washington, in the District of Columbia. July 1, 1812
118 Chapter CXVIII. An Act giving validity to the sale of certain tracts of Public Lands sold in the western District of the territory of Orleans, now state of Louisiana. July 1, 1812
119 Chapter CXIX. An Act supplementary to “An Act authorizing the President of the United States to raise certain companies of Rangers for the protection of the frontier of the United States.” July 1, 1812
120 Chapter CXX. An Act authorizing the President of the United States to lease, for a term of years, any part of the reservations of public ground in the City of Washington. July 5, 1812
121 Chapter CXXI. An Act making an appropriation for the purpose of discharging all the outstanding claims for the construction and repair of the Capitol and the President’s House; for the compensation of the late Surveyor of the Public Buildings, and for furniture for the different apartments of the Capitol, and for other purposes. July 5, 1812
122 Chapter CXXII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. July 5, 1812
123 Chapter CXXIII. An Act confirming grants to lands in the Mississippi territory derived from the British government of West Florida, not subsequently regranted by the government of Spain or the United States. July 5, 1812
124 Chapter CXXIV. An Act to admit the entry of vessels of the United States on certain conditions. July 5, 1812
125 Chapter CXXV. An Act making a further appropriation for the defence of the Maritime frontier and for the support of the Navy of the United States. July 5, 1812
126 Chapter CXXVI. An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to suspend the payment of certain bills drawn by John Armstrong, late minister of the United States at the Court of France, upon the Treasury of the United States. July 6, 1812
127 Chapter CXXVII. An Act to compensate for his services the President pro tempore of the Senate, acting as such when the office of Vice President of the United States shall be vacant. July 6, 1812
128 Chapter CXXVIII. An Act for the safe keeping and accommodation of prisoners of war. July 6, 1812
129 Chapter CXXIX. An Act to prohibit American vessels from proceeding to or trading with the enemies of the United States, and for other purposes. July 6, 1812
130 Chapter CXXX. An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An act respecting alien enemies.” July 6, 1812
131 Chapter CXXXI. An Act making additional appropriations for the Military Establishment and for the Indian Department for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve. July 6, 1812
132 Chapter CXXXII. An Act fixing the time for the next meeting of Congress. July 6, 1812
133 Chapter CXXXIII. An Act respecting the pay of the Army of the United States. July 6, 1812
134 Chapter CXXXIV. An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An [act] giving further time to purchasers of public lands northwest of the river Ohio, to complete their payments.” July 6, 1812
135 Chapter CXXXV. An Act authorizing a subscription for the old six per cent. and deferred stocks, providing for an exchange of the same. July 6, 1812
136 Chapter CXXXVI. An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An act authorizing a Loan for a sum not exceeding eleven millions of dollars.” July 6, 1812
137 Chapter CXXXVII. An Act making further provision for the Army of the United States, and for other purposes. July 6, 1812
138 Chapter CXXXVIII. An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An act authorizing the President of the United States to accept and organize certain volunteer military corps.” July 6, 1812

Public Resolutions[edit]

Resolution Date
Resolution 1 granting permission to the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States to use the books in the Library of Congress. March 2, 1812
Resolution 2 on the subject of Arts and Manufactures. March 19, 1812
Resolution 3 requesting the State of Georgia to assent to the formation of two States of the Mississippi territory. June 17, 1812
Resolution 4 requesting the President of the United States to recommend a day of public humiliation and prayer. n.d.

2nd Session[edit]

Public Laws[edit]

  Chapter Title Date
1 Chapter I. An Act to authorize the transportation of certain documents free of postage. Nov. 12, 1812
2 Chapter II. An Act further to prolong the continuance of the Mint at Philadelphia. Dec. 2, 1812
3 Chapter III. An Act making an appropriation to defray expenses incurred, or to be incurred, under an act entitled “An act to authorize a detachment from the militia of the United States;” and the act, entitled “An act for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insurrections, and repel invasions, and to repeal the act now in force for these purposes, passed the twenty-eighth day of February, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five.” Dec. 12, 1812
4 Chapter IV. An Act increasing the pay of the non-commissioned officers, musicians, privates, and others of the Army, and for other purposes. Dec. 12, 1812
5 Chapter V. An Act concerning the District and Territorial Judges of the United States. Dec. 18, 1812
6 Chapter VI. An Act to increase the Navy of the United States. Jan. 2, 1813
7 Chapter VII. An Act directing the Secretary of the Treasury to remit fines, forfeitures and penalties in certain cases. Jan. 2, 1813
8 Chapter VIII. An Act approving the Report of the Commissioners appointed by the Secretary at War, to ascertain and settle the exterior line of public land at West Point, in the state of New York. Jan. 5, 1813
9 Chapter IX. An Act authorizing the President of the United States to establish post routes, in certain cases. Jan. 14, 1813
10 Chapter X. An Act providing Navy Pensions in certain cases. Jan. 20, 1813
11 Chapter XI. An Act making certain partial appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. Jan. 20, 1813
12 Chapter XII. An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An act for the more perfect organization of the Army of the United States.” Jan. 20, 1813
13 Chapter XIII. An Act in addition to the act concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods. Jan. 27, 1813
14 Chapter XIV. An Act authorizing the admission, under certain circumstances, of vessels owned by citizens of the United States of America, with their cargoes, from British ports beyond the Cape of Good Hope. Jan. 27, 1813
15 Chapter XV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 27, 1813
16 Chapter XVI. An Act in addition to the act entitled “An act to raise an additional military force,” and for other purposes. Jan. 29, 1813
17 Chapter XVII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 2, 1813
18 Chapter XVIII. An Act supplementary to an act entitled “An act to provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws, suppress insurrections, and repel invasions,” and to repeal the act now in force for those purposes, and to increase the pay of volunteer and militia corps. Feb. 2, 1813
19 Chapter XIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 2, 1813
20 Chapter XX. An Act giving the right of pre-emption in the purchase of lands to certain settlers in the Illinois territory. Feb. 5, 1813
21 Chapter XXI. An Act authorizing a Loan for a sum not exceeding sixteen millions of dollars. Feb. 8, 1813
22 Chapter XXII. An Act regulating pensions to persons on board private armed ships. Feb. 13, 1813
23 Chapter XXIII. An Act confirming certain clams to lands in the district of Vincennes. Feb. 13, 1813
24 Chapter XXIV. An Act making provision for an additional number of general officers. Feb. 24, 1813
25 Chapter XXV. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1813
26 Chapter XXVI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1813
27 Chapter XXVII. An Act authorizing the issuing of Treasury notes for the service of the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. Feb. 25, 1813
28 Chapter XXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 25, 1813
29 Chapter XXIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 25, 1813
30 Chapter XXX. An Act to impose a duty on the importation of Iron wire. Feb. 25, 1813
31 Chapter XXXI. An Act to raise ten additional companies of Rangers. Feb. 25, 1813
32 Chapter XXXII. An Act to alter the time for the next meeting of Congress. Feb. 27, 1813
33 Chapter XXXIII. An Act directing the Secretary of the Treasury to remit certain fines, penalties, and forfeitures, therein mentioned. Feb. 27, 1813
34 Chapter XXXIV. An Act in addition to an act regulating the Post-office establishment. Feb. 27, 1813
35 Chapter XXXV. An Act authorizing the appointment of additional officers in the respective territories of the United States. Feb. 27, 1813
36 Chapter XXXVI. An Act to establish certain post roads in the State of Louisiana. Feb. 27, 1813
37 Chapter XXXVII. An Act to encourage Vaccination. Feb. 27, 1813
38 Chapter XXXVIII. An Act giving further time for registering claims to lands in the eastern and western districts of the territory of Orleans, now state of Louisiana. Feb. 27, 1813
39 Chapter XXXIX. An Act to authorize and empower the president and managers of the Washington Turnpike Company of the State of Maryland, when organized, to extend and make their turnpike road to or from Georgetown in the District of Columbia, through the said district to the line thereof. Feb. 27, 1813
40 Chapter XL. An Act to continue in force, for a limited time, the first section of the act entitled “An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States against the Barbary powers.” Feb. 27, 1813
41 Chapter XLI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813
42 Chapter XLII. An Act for the regulation of seamen on beard the public and private vessels of the United States. March 3, 1813
43 Chapter XLIII. An Act giving further time to purchasers of public lands to complete their payments. March 3, 1813
44 Chapter XLIV. An Act allowing further time for delivering the evidence in support of claims to land in the territory of Missouri, and for regulating the donation grants therein. March 3, 1813
45 Chapter XLV. An Act to alter the times of holding the District Court in the respective districts of New York and Massachusetts. March 3, 1813
46 Chapter XLVI. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813
47 Chapter XLVII. An Act to encourage the destruction of the armed vessels of war of the enemy. March 3, 1813
48 Chapter XLVIII. An Act the better to provide for the supplies of the Army of the United States, and for the accountability of persons entrusted with the same. March 3, 1813
49 Chapter XLIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813
50 Chapter L. An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to provide new certificates of registry. March 3, 1813
51 Chapter LI. An Act rewarding the officers and crew of the frigate Constitution, and the officers and crew of the Wasp. March 3, 1813
52 Chapter LII. An Act for the better organization of the general staff of the Army of the United States. March 3, 1813
53 Chapter LIII. An Act to revive and continue in force “An act declaring the consent of Congress to an act of the State of Georgia, passed the twelfth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and four, establishing the fees of the harbor master and health officer of the ports of Savannah and St. Marys.” March 3, 1813
54 Chapter LIV. An Act supplementary to the act for increasing the Navy. March 3, 1813
55 Chapter LV. An Act making appropriations for the support of the Navy of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. March 3, 1813
56 Chapter LVI. An Act making an appropriation for alterations and repairs in the Capitol. March 3, 1813
57 Chapter LVII. An Act making appropriations for the support of the military establishment and of the volunteer militia in the actual service of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. March 3, 1813
58 Chapter LVIII. An Act making appropriation for the support of Government for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. March 3, 1813
59 Chapter LIX. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813
60 Chapter LX. An Act altering the time for holing the District Court in the District of Maine. March 3, 1813
61 Chapter LXI. An Act vesting in the President of the United States the power of retaliation. March 3, 1813
62 Chapter LXII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813
63 Chapter LXIII. See Private Acts of the Twelfth Congress in Volume 6. March 3, 1813

Public Resolutions[edit]

Resolution Date
Resolution 1 relative to the brilliant achievements of Captains Hull, Decatur, Jones, and Lieutenant Elliott. Jan. 29, 1813
Resolution 2 requesting the President of the United States to cause to be prepared and laid before Congress a system of Military Discipline. March 3, 1813
Resolution 3 requesting the President of the United States to present medals to Captain William Bainbridge and the officers of the frigate Constitution. March 3, 1813