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  • Public Notice US Congress 1789- 2017

    The notice was the type of accountability that harkens back to the first Congress in 1789 which ordered that reports of all of its official acts be placed in three independent newspapers.

    IT REFLECTED THE PUBLIC DISTRUST OF THE NEW GOVERNMENT…

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    July 16, 2017 Some things change and some things never change

    Noting that “…the purpose of publication…is to ensure the widest possible dissemination and publicity”  below is a 344 page document.

    Judiciary Act of 1789: Primary Documents of American History (Virtual …

    https://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/judiciary.html

    Jump to Library of Congress Web Site – A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional … The appendix of the Annals of Congress contains a copy of the Judiciary Act of 1789. … SENATE SESSIONS WERE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL 1795. 1789 – A form letter used by Washington in 1789 when appointing …

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    THE JOINT RESOLUTION  OF MARCH 3, 1845

    In 1843, an honorable judge knew, such work was very much needed, and indeed  there would be an occasion to investigate the laws of the United States.

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    Letter from the Hon. Judge Sprague,

    District Judge of Massachusetts.

    Boston, December 4, 1843.

    My DEAR SIR: I have examined your plan for an edition of the Statutes of the United States at large, and it meets my cordial approbation.”, SUCH A WORK IS VERY MUCH NEEDED, AND MUST BE OF GREAT UTILITY TO ALL WHO MAY HAVE OCCASION TO INVESTIGATE THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.

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    THE JOINT RESOLUTION  OF MARCH 3, 1845

    The work will thus become, for all purposes, the PERMANENT NATIONAL EDITION OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES; and all future statutes treaties may be printed in the same form, and become consecutive volumes of the NATIONAL CODE……

     By a contract with the government of the United States, the plates from which the work is printed belong to the government, to the extent set forth in THE JOINT RESOLUTION  OF

    MARCH 3, 1845; THUS SECURING TO THE UNITED STATES THE USE OF THE PLATES, TO THE END OF TIME; so that all future editions of the statutes and treaties may be printed in the same manner.

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    THE EDITION OF THE STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES NOW PRESENTED TO THE PUBLIC COMPREHENDS

    ALL THE PUBLIC ACTS PASSED SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT,

    PRECEDED BY (“lead the way; occurred before”) THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES;

    IN ONE VOLUME, THE PRIVATE ACTS;

    AND IN ONE VOLUME,

    THE TREATIES OF THE UNITED STATES WITH FOREIGN NATIONS AND WITH THE INDIAN TRIBES, WHICH COMPOSE THE WHOLE DIPLOMATIC COLLECTION

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    The Copious notes of the Decisions of the courts of the United States, which construe,

    comment upon, or apply to the law, treaty, or text, and upon the subjects of the laws,

    which have come under the consideration of the courts, are placed under the acts.

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    On the margin, or at the foot of the page containing each law, there is a reference

    to the acts passed before or after the law on the same matter.

    The repeal of every law, and its having become obsolete, are also noted. In Notes, the whole legislation on many of the subjects of the laws is fully referred to.

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    The laws are divided so as to comprehend the acts of every session of Congress as a separate statute, designated as the First, Second, or Third statute; with a running title at the head of each page expressing the session of Congress and the date of each chapter or resolve, contained in the page; and each law forms a separate chapter.

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    It will be seen that the acts are inserted in chronological order, but the numbers of the chapters are not consecutive. It was the purpose of the editor to adopt a different arrangement of the chapters,

    BUT THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES HAS DECIDED THAT THE “JOINT RESOLUTION” IMPOSES THE MANNER OF CHAPTERING WHICH HAS BEEN PURSUED.

    THE NUMBERS OF THE CHAPTERS OF THE PRIVATE ACTS, ARE THOSE OF THE OMITTED CHAPTERS IN THE VOLUMES OF THE PUBLIC LAWS.

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    Every volume contains a separate alphabetical index of the matters in the volume, in

    which particular reference is given to the subject of every act; and at the end  of

    the last volume of the Public Laws there is an Index of all the matters in the volumes of the Public Laws.

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    THE VOLUME OF PRIVATE LAWS CONTAINS AN INDEX TO THEIR CONTENTS;

    AND TO THE VOLUME CONTAINING THE TREATIES A FULL AND PARTICULAR INDEX IS GIVEN, IN SUCH A FORM AS THAT AN EASY REFERENCE IS OBTAINED TO EVERY PROVISION IN EVERY TREATY.

    VOL.  I.-(2)

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    The Government of the United States having sanctioned by its liberal patronage this publication, it is confidently believed, that a full and complete knowledge of the statutes and treaties of the United States, and of the decisions of the courts of the United States, construing the laws, and the subjects to which they relate-the administration of public justice and public and private convenience, will be extensively promoted, and permanently secured by this work.

    THE JOINT RESOLUTION  OF MARCH 3, 1845;

    THUS SECURING TO THE UNITED STATES THE USE OF THE PLATES, TO THE END OF TIME.

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     July 16, 2017  some things never change

    PUBLIC DISTRUST OF THE GOVERNMENT

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    And, some things are always changed by the government.

    Indeed, the House of Rep. Law Revision Council

    http://uscode.house.gov/browse/prelim@title8/chapter15&edition=prelim

    CHAPTER 15—ENHANCED BORDER SECURITY AND VISA ENTRY REFORM (sections 1701 to 1778)

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    The amendments made by this section shall take effect no later than October 1, 2018, and shall be implemented in a manner that ensures the fees collected, transferred, and used in fiscal year 2019 can be readily tracked.

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    §1715. Consular and Border Security Programs

    (a) Separate fund.—

    There is established in the Treasury a separate fund to be known as the “Consular and Border Security Programs” account into which the following fees shall be deposited for the purposes of the consular and border security programs.

    (b) to (g) Omitted

    (h) Transfer of funds

    (1) The unobligated balances of amounts available from fees referenced under this section may be transferred to the Consular and Border Security Programs account.

    (2) Funds deposited in or transferred to the Consular and Border Security Programs account may be transferred between funds appropriated under the heading “Administration of Foreign Affairs”.

    (3) The transfer authorities in this section shall be in addition to any other transfer authority available to the Department of State.

    (i) Effective date

    The amendments made by this section shall take effect no later than October 1, 2018, and shall be implemented in a manner that ensures the fees collected, transferred, and used in fiscal year 2019 can be readily tracked.

    (Pub. L. 115–31, div. J, title VII, §7081, May 5, 2017, 131 Stat. 716.)

    Codification

    Section is comprised of section 7081 of title VII of div. J of Pub. L. 115–31. Subsecs. (b) and (c) of section 7081 of Pub. L. 115–31 amended sections 1713 and 1714, respectively, of this title. Subsecs. (d) and (e) of section 7081 amended provisions set out as notes under sections 1153 and 1183a, respectively, of this title. Subsec. (f) of section 7081 amended section 214 of Title 8, Aliens and Nationality, and subsec. (g) of section 7081 amended provisions set out as a note under section 214 of Title 8.

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    CHAPTER 15—Front Matter

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    Sec. 1701. Definitions

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    SUBCHAPTER I—FUNDING (sections 1711 to 1715)

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    SUBCHAPTER II—INTERAGENCY INFORMATION SHARING (sections 1721 to 1724)

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    SUBCHAPTER III—VISA ISSUANCE (sections 1731 to 1738)

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    SUBCHAPTER IV—INSPECTION AND ADMISSION OF ALIENS (sections 1751 to 1753)

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    SUBCHAPTER V—FOREIGN STUDENTS AND EXCHANGE VISITORS (sections 1761 to 1762)

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    SUBCHAPTER VI—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (sections 1771 to 1778)

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    INDEED, Some things change

    AND, Many, things effecting and affecting  change in the  U.S. government happened between Jun 16, 2015  and July 16, 2017.

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    INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,  DAILY PUBLIC NOTICE

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