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Page 225 - An act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers...
Page 33 - ... France on his way from London to Madrid. But that Government has unequivocally disavowed any design to deny the right of transit to the Minister of the United States ; and after explanations to this effect, he has resumed his journey, and actually returned through France to Spain. I herewith lay before Congress the correspondence on this subject between our Envoy at Paris and the Minister of Foreign Relations of the French Government. " The position of our affairs with Spain remains as at the...
Page 33 - The French consul at San Francisco was not long since brought into the United States district court at that place by compulsory process as a witness in favor of another foreign consul, in violation, as the French Government conceives, of his privileges under our consular convention with France. There being nothing in the transaction which could imply any disrespect to France or its consul, such explanation has been made as, I hope, will be satisfactory. Subsequently misunderstanding arose on the...
Page 70 - SIR: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of this office for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1854, and for the third quarter of the current calendar year.
Page 33 - I avail myself of the opportunity to renew to your excellency the assurances of the high consideration with which I am your humble, obedient servant, JY MASON.
Page 66 - ... for attending to a reference in a litigated matter, in a civil cause at law, in equity, or in admiralty, in pursuance of an order of the court, three dollars a day...
Page 63 - For the necessary expenses of keeping boats, vessels, or other property attached or libeled in admiralty, not exceeding two dollars and fifty cents a day.
Page 33 - ... dollars, redeemable at different periods within fourteen years. There are also remnants of other government stocks, most of which are already due, and on which the interest has ceased, but which have not yet been presented for payment, amounting to two hundred and thirty-three thousand one hundred and seventy-nine dollars.
Page 98 - That no deputy surveyor shall charge for any line except such as may be actually run and marked, nor for any line not necessary to be run ; and that the whole cost of surveying shall not exceed the rate of eight dollars per mile for every mile and part of mile actually surveyed and marked.
Page 67 - When a witness is subpoenaed in more than one cause between the same parties, at the same court, only one travel fee and one per diem compensation shall be allowed for attendance. Both shall be taxed in the case first disposed of, after which the per diem attendance fee alone shall be taxed in the other cases in the order in which they are disposed of.