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CHAP. 42. An act to suspend, in part, an act, entitled “An act to augment

the army of the United States, and for other purposes,” Febru.
ary 20, 1800,

111 CHAP. 43. An act to fix the compensation of the paymaster.general, and assistant to the adjutan general, April 22, 1800,

111 CHAP. 44. An act for the regulation of public arsenals and magazines, May 7, 1800,

112 CHAP. 45. An act supplementary to the act to suspend part of an act, enti.

tled “An act to augment the army of the United States, and
for other purposes,” May 14, 1800,

113 CHAP. 46. An act fixing the military peace establishment of the United States, March 16, 1802,

114 CHAP. 47. An act in addition to an act, entitled "An act fixing the milita

ry peace establishment of the United States," February 28,
1803,

122 CHAP. 48. An act directing a detachment from the militia of the United

States, and for erecting certain arsenals, March 3, 1803, 123 CHAP. 49. An act in addition to “An act for fixing the military peace establishment of the United States,” March 26, 1804,

123 CHAP. 50. An act for establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States, April 10, 1806,

124 CHAP. 51. An act authorizing the employment of the land and naval forces

of the United States, in cases of insurrection, March 3, 1807, 143 CHAP. 52. An act supplementary to an act, entitled “An act for fortifying

the ports and harbors of the United States, and for building gun
boars,” January 8, 1808,

143
CHAP. 53. An act authorizing the sale of public arms, April 2, 1808, 144
CHAP, 54. An act to raise, for a limited time, an additional military force,
April 12, 1808,

145 CHAP. 55. An act concerning public contracts, April 21, 1808,

148 CHAP, 56. An act making provision for arming and equipping the whole

body of the militia of the United States, April 23, 180%, 150 CHAP. 57. An act further to amend the several acts for the establishment

and regulation of the treasury, war, and navy, departments,
March 3, 1809,

151 CHAP. 58. An act making further appropriations to complete the fortifica

tions commenced for the security of the ports and harbors of
the United States, and to erect such fortifications as may be ne•
cessary for the protection of the northern and western fron.
tiers of the United States, June 14, 1809,

152
CHAP. 59. An act to suspend, for a limited time, the recruiting service,
June 28, 1809,

152 CHAP. 60. An act for completing the existing military establishment, De. cember 24, 1811,

153 CHAP, 61. An act to raise an additional military force, January 11, 1812, 153 CHAP. 62. 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, February 24, 1812, 159

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CHAP. 63. An act supplementary to "An act to raise an additional military force, March" 17,1812,

160 CHAP, 64. An act to establish a quartermaster's department, and for other purposes, March 28, 1812,

160 CHAP, 65. An act in addition to the act, entitled “An act to raise an addi.

tional military force,” passed January the eleventh, one thou-
sand eight hundred and twelve, April 8, 1812,

165
CHAP. 66. An act for the organization of a corps of artificers, April 23,
1812,

165 CHAP. 67. An act making further provision for the corps of engineers, April 29, 1812,

167 CHAP. 68. An act to provide for designating, surveying, and granting, the military bounty lands, May 6, 1812,

169 CHAP. 69. An act for the better regulation of the ordnance, May 14, 1812,

171 CHAP. 70. An act making further provision for the army of the United 173 States, May 16, 1812,

173 CHAP. 71. An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to establish a quarter

master's department, and for other purposes,” May 22, 1812, 174 CHAP. 72. An act for the more perfect organization of the army of the United States, June 26, 1812,

176 CHAP. 73. An act respecting the pay of the army of the United States, July 6, 1812,

177 CHAP. 74. An act making further provisions for the army of the United States, and for other purposes, July 6, 1812,

17T CHAP. 75. An act increasing the pay of the non-commissioned officers, mu

sicians, privates, and others, of the army, and for other pur.
poses, December 12, 1812,

179 CHAP. 76. An act supplementary to the act, entitled "An act for the more

perfect organization of the army of the United States," January,
20, 1813,

180 CHAP. 77. An act in addition to the act, entitled “An act to raise an addi.

tional military force," and for other purposes, January 29, 1813, 181 CHAP: 78. An act making provision for an additional number of general officers, February 27, 1813,

185 CHAP. 79. 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,

185 CHAP, 80. An act for the better organization of the general staff of the army of the United States, March 3, 1813,

189 CHAP. 81. Resolution requesting the president of the United States to cause

to be prepared and laid before congress a system of military dis-
cipline, March 3, 1813,

192 CHAP. 82. An act to amend the “Act in addition to the act, entitled “An

act to raise an additional military force, and for other purposes,"
July 5, 1813,

192
CHAP. 83. An act to regulate the allowance of forage to officers in the army
of the United States, July 22, 1813,

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Page CHAP. 84. An act to authorise the appointment, by the president, of

certain officers during the recess of the senate, August 2,
1813,

193 CHAP. 85. An act supplementary to the act, entitled “An act for the better regulation of the ordnance, August 2, 1813,

193 .CHAP. 86. An act making further provision for filling the ranks of the ra

gular army, encouraging enlistments, and authorizing the re-en-
listments, for longer periods, of men whose term of service are
about to expire, January 27, 1814,

194 CHAP. 87. An act authorizing the president of the United States to cause

certain regiments therein mentioned to be enlisted for five years,
or during the war, January 28, 1814,

195 CHAP. 88. An act to raise three regiments of riflemen, February 10, 1814, 196 CHAP. 89 An act for the better organizing, paying, and supplying, the army of the United States, March 30, 1814.

196 CHAP. 90. An act fixing the salary of the paymaster of the army of the

United States, and allowing a sum for the employment of addi.
tional clerks in his office, for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and fourteen, and providing for the appointment of assist-
ant district paymasters, April 18, 1814,

200 CHAP. 91. An act to provide for the collection and preservation of such

flags, standards, and colors, as shall have been, or may hereaf.
ter be, taken by the land and naval forces of the United States,
from their enemies, April 18, 1814,

202 CHAP. 92. An act making further provision for filling the ranks of the army of the United States, December 10, 1814,

202 CHAP. 93. An act directing the staff officers of the army to comply with

the requisitions of naval and marine officers, in certain cases,
December 15, 1814,

204 CHAP. 94. An act for the better regulation of the ordnance department, February 8, 1815,

205 CHAP. 93. An act fixing the military peace establishment of the United States, March 3, 1815,

208 CHAP. 96. An act making further provision for military services during the late war, and for other purposes, April 16, 1816,

210 CHAP. 97. An act to increase the pensions of invalids in certain cases; for

the relief of invalids of the militia; and for the appointment of
pension agents in those states where there is no commissioner
of loans, April 24, 1816,

213 CHAP. 98. An act for organizing the general staff, and making further

provision for the army of the United States, April 24, 1816, 214 CHAP. 99. An act to provide for cases of lost military land warrants, and discharges for faithful services, April 27, 1816,

217 CHAP. 100. An act concerning the annual sum appropriated for arming and

equipping the militia, April 29, 1816,
CHAP. 101, An act to increase the compensation of the superintendents of

the manufactories of arms at Springfield and Harper's Ferry,
April 29, 1816,

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Page, CHAP. 102. An act to authorize the survey of two millions of acres of the

public lands, in lieu of that quantity heretofore authorized to be
surveyed in the territory of Michigan, as military bounty lands,
April 29, 1816,

219 CHAP. 103. Resolution authorizing the president of the United States to em

ploy a skilful assistant in the corps of engineers, April 29, 1816, 220 CHAP. 104. An act to provide for the prompt settlement of public accounts, March 3, 1817,

220 CHAP. 105. An act supplementary to an act, entitled “An act further to

amend the several acts for the establishment and regulation of

the treasury, war, and navy, departments,” March 3, 1817, CHAP. 106. An act to amend an act, entitled “An act making further pro.

vision for military services during the late war, and for other
purposes,” March 3, 1817,

225 CHAP. 107. An act extending the time for obtaining military land warrants in certain cases, March 27, 1818,

226 CHAP. 108. An act to establish the flag of the United States, April 4, 1818, 227 CHAP. 109. An act regulating the staff of the army, April 14, 1818, 227 CHAP, 110, An act regulating the pay and emoluments of brevet officers, April 16, 1818,

229 CHAP 111. An act respecting the organization of the army, and for other purposes, April 20, 1818,

230 CHAP. 112. Resolution directing the completion of the survey of the wa

ters of the Chesapeake, and for other purposes, April 20, 1818, 231 CHAP. 113. An act allowing further time to complete the issuing and lo

cating of military land warrants, February 24, 1819, 231 CHAP. 114. An act to regulate the pay of the army when employed on fatigue duty, March 2, 1819,

232 CHAP. 115. An act regulating the payment to invalid pensioners, March 3, 1819,

232 CHAP. 116. An act authorizing the sale of certain military sites, March 3, 1819,

233 CHAP. 117. An act concerning the allowance of pensions upon a relinquish--ment of bounty lands, March 3, 1819,

233 CHAP. 118. An act in addition to the several acts for the establishment and

regulation of the treasury, war, and navy, departments, May 1, 1820,

234 CHAP. 119. An act further to regulate the medical department of the army, May 8, 1020,

235 CHAP. 120. An act to limit the term of office of certain officers therein named, and for other purposes, May 15, 1820,

235 CHAP. 121 An act providing for the better organization of the treasury department, May 15, 1820,

237 CHAP. 122. An act to reduce and fix the military peace establishment of the United States, March 2, 1821,

241 CHAP. 123. An act to repeal the fourteenth section of “An act to reduce and fix the military peace establishment,” passed the second one thousand eight hundred and twenty one,

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Page. CHAP. 124 An act to continue the present mode of supplying the army of the United States, January 23, 1823,

244 CHAP. 121. An act concerning the disbursement of public money, Janua. ry, 31, 1823.

244 CHAP. 126. An act to establish a national armory on the western waters, March 3, 1823,

246 CHAP. 127. An act to allow further time to complete the issuing and lo. cating of military land warrants, May 26, 1824,

246 CHAP. 128. Resolutions, expressive of the sense of congress of the gal

lantry and good conduct with which the reputation of the
arms of the United States has been sustained by major.gene.
ral Brown, major-general Scott, major general Porter, major.
general Gaines, major general Macomb, and brigadiers Ripley
and Miller, November 3, 1814,

247 CHAP, 129. Resolutions, expressive of the thanks of congress to major-gene

ral Jackson, and the troops under his command, for their gal-
lantry and good conduct in the defence of New Orleans, Feb.
ruary 27, 1815,

248 CHAP. 130. Resolution directing medals to be struck, and, together with the

thanks of congress, presented to major general Harrison and governor Shelby, and for other purposes, April 4, 1818, 249

APPENDIX.

1795,

CHAP. 1. An act more effectually to provide for the national defence, by

establishing an uniform militia throughout the United States,
May 8, 1792,

251 CHAP. 2. An act to regulate the pay of the non-commissioned officers, mu

sicians and privates, of the militia of the United States, when
called into actual service, and for other purposes, January 2,

256 CHAP. 3. An act to provide 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 those purposes, February 28, 1795,

258 CHAP. 4. An act providing arms for the militia throughout the United States, July 6, 1798,

260 CHAP. 5, An act in addition to an act, entitled "An act more effectually

to provide for the national defence, by establishing an uniform militia throughout the United States," March 2, 1803,

261 CHAP. 6. An act supplementary to an act, entitled “An act to provide for

calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, sup. press insurrections, and repel invasions, and to repeal the act now in force for those purposes," and to increase the pay of vo• lunteer and militia corps, February 2, 1813,

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