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APPENDIX.

I. Titles of the Revised Statutes.
II. Recognition by Congress of gallant services of officers and others of the Navy

and the Marine Corps. III. Acknowledgment by Congress of prominent services, and authority to officers to

accept medals, swords, decorations, &c., from foreign governments. IV. General relief acts, &c.

V. Constitution of the United States. VI. Secretaries of the Navy.

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PART I.

TITLES OF THE REVISED STATUTES.

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General provisions....
The Congress....

The President...
4. Provisions applicable to all the Departments.....
5. The Department of State..
6. The Department of War.....
7. The Department of the Treasury ......
8. The Department of Justice......
9. The Post-Office Department.....
10. The Department of the Navy....
11. The Department of the Interior.
12. The Department of Agriculture..
13. The Judiciary..........
14. The Army....
15. The Navy .....
16. The militia......
17. Arms, armories, and arsenals.....
18. Diplomatic and consular officers...
19. Provisions applicable to several classes of officers.....
20. Flag and seal.....
21. Seat of Government, including the public buildings .......
22. The States.........
23. The Territories .......
24. Civil rights.......
25. Citizenship.....
26. The elective franchise........
27. The freedmen ....
28. Indians .....
29. Immigration ......
30. Naturalization .......
31. The census........
32. The public lands ........
33. Duties upon imports ........
34. Collection of duties upon imports ......
35. Internal revenue......
36. Debts due by or to the United States
37. Coinage, weights, and measures...
38. The currency....
39. Legal tender..............
40. The public moneys........
41. Appropriations...
42. The public debt...
43. Public contracts...
44. The public property......
45. Public printing, advertisements, and public documents...
46. The postal service.............
47. Foreign relations............
48. Regulation of commerce and navigation ....
49. Regulation of vessels in foreign commerce.
50. Regulation of vessels in domestic commerce...
51. Regulation of fisheries ........

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1-13 14-130 131-157 158-198 199-213 214-232 233-345 346-387 388-414 415-436 437–519 520–529 530-1093 1094-1361 1362–1624 1623-1661 1662–1673 1674-1752 1753-1790 1791-1794 1795-1835 1836-1838 1839-1976 1977-1991 1992-2001 2002–2031 2032-2038 2039-2157 2158-2164 2165-2174 2175-2206 2207-2490 2491-2516 2517–3139 3140-3465 3466-3494 3495-3570 3571 +3583 3584-3590 3591-3659 3660-3692 3693–3708 3709-3747 3748-3755 3756-3828 3829–4061 4062-4130 4131-4305 4306-4310 4311-4390 4391-4398

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IULIS, ALU UOUIQUOITUN.............................

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Secs. 52. Regulation of steam-vessels .......

4399-4500 53. Merchant seamen....

4501-4612 54. Prize...........................................

....................................... 4613-4652 55. Lights and buoys........................

4653–4630 56. The coast survey..................

4681-4691 57. Pensions .....

4692-4791 58. The public health .......

4792–4800 59. Hospitals, asylums, and cemeteries....

4801-4882 60. Patents, trade-marks, and copyrights..........................

4883–4971 61. Bankruptcy .........

4972-5132 62. National banks..........................................

5133-5243 63. Rivers and harbors.................................

5244-5255 04. Railways............................................

5256–5262 65. Telegraphs....................................

5263-5269 66. Extradition...............................****

5270-5280 67. Neutrality.......................

5281-5291 68. Remission of fines, penalties, and forfeitures.......................... 5292-5296 69. Insurrection.......................................

5297–5322 70. Crimes.............................................................. 5323-5550 71. The slave-trade....... lave-trade................................

5551-5569 72. Guano islands...................................................... 5570-5578 73. The Smithsonian Institution ......................................... 5579–5594 74. Repeal provisions .........

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PART II.

RECOGNITION BY CONGRESS OF GALLANT SERVICES OF OFFICERS AND OTHERS OF THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.

Resolution requesting the President to present a gold medal to Captain Thomas Truxtun; and respect

ing the conduct of Midshipman James Jarvis. That the President of the United States be requested to present to Captain Thomas Truxtun, a golden medal, emblematical of the late action between the United States' frigate Constellation, of thirty-eight guns, and the French ship of war La Vengeance, of fifty-four; in testimony of the high sense entertained by Congress of his gallantry and good conduct in the above engagement, wherein an example was exhibited by the captain, officers, sailors, and marines, honorable to the American name, and instructive to its rising navy.

That the conduct of James Jarvis, a midshipman in said frigate, who gloriously preferred certain death to an abandonment of his post, is deserving of the highest praise, and that the loss of so promising an officer is a subject of national regret.

Approved March 29, 1800.

Resolution expressing the sense of Congress on the gallant conduct of Lieutenant Sterett, the officers,

and crew of the United States' schooner Enterprise. That they entertain a high sense of the gallant conduct of Lieutenant Sterett, and the other officers, seamen, and marines, on board the schooner Enterprise, in the capture of a Tripolitan corsair of fourteen guns and eighty men.

That the President of the United States be requested to present to Lieutenant Sterett a sword, commemorative of the aforesaid heroic action; and that one month's pay be allowed to all the other officers, seamen, and marines, who were on board the Enterprise when the aforesaid action took place.

Approved February 3, 1802.

Resolution expressive of the sense of Congress of the gallant conduct of Captain Stephen Decatur, the officers and crew of the United States' ketch Intrepid, in attacking, in the harbor of Tripoli, and destroying, a Tripolitan frigate of forty-four guns.

That the President of the United States be requested to present, in the name of Congress, to Captain Stephen Decatur, a sword, and to each of the officers and crew of the United States' ketch Intrepid, two months' pay, as a testimony of the high sense entertained by Congress of the gallantry, good conduct, and services of Captain Decatur, the officers and crew, of the said ketch, in attacking, in the harbor of Tripoli, and destroying, a Tripolitan frigate of forty-four guns.

Approved November 27, 1804.

Resolutions expressive of the sense of Congress of the gallant conduct of Commodore Edward Preble,

the officers, seamen, and marines of his squadron. That the thanks of Congress be, and the same are hereby, presented to Commodore Edward Preble, and through him to the officers, petty offiers, seamen, and marines, attached to the squadron under his commaud, for their gallantry and good conduct displayed in the several attacks on the town, batteries, and naval force of Tripoli, in the year 1804.

That the President of the United States be requested to cause a gold medal to be

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