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United States; and there shall also be appointed, in each of said Territories, a Marshal, who shall receive the same fees and compensation as is allowed by law to the Marshal of the district of Kentucky.

Approved, February 27, 1813.

31. Apportionment of Territory for Election of Legislative Council.

lors (March 4, 1814).

[Annals, Thirteenth Congress, Second Session, 2798.) AN ACT to establish the mode of laying off the Territory of Indiana into dis

tricts, for the election of its members of the Legislative Council. · Be it enacted, etc., That the House of Representatives of the Indiana Territory be and it is hereby empowered, from time to time, to lay off the said Territory into five districts for the election of the members of the Legislative Council of the Territory aforesaid.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the districts established by Governor Harrison, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine, shall remain, as the lawfully authorized districts for the election of the members of the Legislative Council of said Territory, until the House of Representatives thereof shall have exercised the power vested in that body by the first section of this act.

Approved, March 4, 1814.

32. Composition and Sessions of General Court (February 24, 1815).

(Annals, Thirteenth Congress, Third Session, 1920.) AN ACT for the regulation of the Courts of Justice of Indiana.

Be it enacted, etc., That the Judges of the General Court of the Indiana Territory shall, in each and every year, hold two sessions of the said court, at Vincennes, in the county of Knox, on the first Mondays in February and September; at Corydon, in the county of Harrison, on the third Mondays in February and September; and at Brookville, in the county of Franklin, on the first Mondays next succeeding the fourth Mondays of February and September; which courts, respectively, shall be composed of at least two of the judges appointed by the Government of the United States; and no person or persons, acting under the authority and appointment of the said Territory, shall be associated with the said judges.

Approved, February 24, 1815.

33. Conferment of Chancery Jurisdiction on General Court (April

29, 1816).

(Annals, Fourteenth Congress, First Session, 1892.) AN ACT supplemental to the act, entitled “AN ACT regulating and defining

the duties of the Judges of the Territory of Illinois,” and for vesting in the Courts of the Territory of Indiana a jurisdiction in chancery

cases, arising in the said Territory. (Sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 regulate and define the duties of the Judges of the Territory of Illinois.)

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the General Court of the Territory of Indiana be, and it is hereby authorized and empowered to exercise chancery powers as well as a common law jurisdiction, under such regulations as the Legislature of said Territory may prescribe.

Approved, April 29, 1816.

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United States; and there shall also be appointed, in each of said Territories, a Marshal, who shall receive the same fees and compensation as is allowed by law to the Marshal of the district of Kentucky.

Approved, February 27, 1813.

31. Apportionment of Territory for Election of Legislative Council

lors (March 4, 1814).

[Annals, Thirteenth Congress, Second Session, 2798.) AN ACT to establish the mode of laying off the Territory of Indiana into dis

tricts, for the election of its members of the Legislative Council. · Be it enacted, etc., That the House of Representatives of the Indiana Territory be and it is hereby empowered, from time to time, to lay off the said Territory into five districts for the election of the members of the Legislative Council of the Territory aforesaid.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the districts established by Governor Harrison, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine, shall remain, as the lawfully author.. ized districts for the election of the members of the Legislative Council of said Territory, until the House of Representatives thereof shall have exercised the power vested in that body by the first section of this act. Approved, March 4, 1814.

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32. Composition and Sessions of General Court (February 24, 1815).

[Annals, Thirteenth Congress, Third Session, 1920.) AN ACT for the regulation of the Courts of Justice of Indiana.

Be it enacted, etc., That the Judges of the General Court of the Indiana Territory shall, in each and every year, hold two sessions of the said court, at Vincennes, in the county of Knox, on the first Mondays in February and September; at Corydon, in the county of Harrison, on the third Mondays in February and September; and at Brookville, in the county of Franklin, on the first Mondays next succeeding the fourth Mondays of February and September; which courts, respectively, shall be composed of at least two of the judges appointed by the Government of the United States; and no person or persons, acting under the authority and appointment of the said Territory, shall be associated with the said judges.

Approved, February 24, 1815.

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