United States Statutes at Large/Volume 2/9th Congress/1st Session/Chapter 13

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Feb. 28, 1806.
Chap. XIII.—An Act for altering the time for holding the circuit court, in the district of North Carolina; and for abolishing the July term of the Kentucky district court.

June term of the court changed.
Process made returnable accordingly.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the June term of the circuit court now holden for the district of North Carolina, on the fifteenth day of June, shall commence and be holden on the twentieth day of the same month, any thing contained in any former act or acts to the contrary notwithstanding. And that all actions, suits, process, pleadings, and other proceedings of what nature or kind soever, civil or criminal, commenced or to commence in the said court; and all recognizances returnable to the said court on the fifteenth day of June, shall be continued, returned to, and have day in the session to be holden by this act, and the same proceedings shall be had thereon as heretofore, and shall have all the effect, power, and virtue as if the alteration had never been made:Altered 1807, ch. 5. Provided nevertheless, that when the twentieth day of June shall happen on Sunday, the next shall be the first judicial day.

July district court of Kentucky abolished.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That from and after the first day of August next, so much of all and every act or acts, as directs that a district court, for the Kentucky district, shall be holden on the first Monday in July, in every year, shall be, and the same is hereby repealed.

Approved, February 28, 1806.