Debates in Congress, Volume 4; Volume 10; Volume 61

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Gales & Seaton, 1834 - Law
 

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Page 4847 - And that all assignments and transfers of the right of pre-emption given by this act, prior to the issuance of patents, shall be null and void.
Page 4417 - The custody of the public property, under such regulations as may be prescribed by legislative authority, has always been considered an appropriate function of the executive department in this and all other Governments. In accordance with this principle, every species of property belonging to the United States (excepting that which is in the use of the several coordinate departments of the Government as means to aid them in performing their appropriate functions) is in charge of officers appointed...
Page 5 - States out of the first instalment, and the interest payable with it. This bill was not drawn at Washington until five days after the instalment was payable at Paris, and was accompanied by a special authority from the president, authorizing the cashier, or his assigns, to receive the amount. The mode thus adopted, of receiving the instalment, was officially made known to the French government by the American charge d'affaires at Paris, pursuant to instructions from the department of state.
Page 4639 - The officer at the head of the Treasury Department of the United States shall be furnished, from time to time, as often as he may require, not exceeding once a week, with statements of the amount of the capital stock of the...
Page 6 - ... governments, as well as to the rights of our citizens, to treat the convention made and ratified in proper form, as pledging the good faith of the French government for its execution, and as imposing upon each department an obligation to fulfil it ; and I have received assurances through our charge...
Page 6 - Congress in such manner as the occasion may require. The friendly relations which have always been maintained between the United States and Russia have been further extended and strengthened by the treaty of navigation and commerce concluded on the 6th of December last, and sanctioned by the Senate before the close of its last session. The ratifications having been since exchanged, the liberal provisions of the treaty are now in full force, and under the encouragement which they have...
Page 4293 - If it sufficiently appear that the intention of removing was to make a permanent settlement, or for an indefinite time, the right of domicile is acquired by a residence even of a few days.
Page 4639 - ... deposited therein, of the notes in circulation, and of the cash in hand; and shall have a right to inspect such general accounts in the books of the bank as shall relate to the said statements, provided that this shall not be construed to imply a right of inspecting the account of any private individual or individuals with the bank.
Page 4419 - It can not be raised by taxation or customs, nor brought into the Treasury in any other way except by law; but whenever or howsoever obtained, its custody always has been and always must be, unless the Constitution be changed, intrusted to the executive department. No...
Page 4747 - That it is the sentiment of this Legislature, that the charter of the Bank of the United States ought not to be renewed ; and that our senators in Congress be instructed, and our representatives respectfully requested, to vote against such renewal.