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Judges and Officers of Circuit and District Courts of the United States-Continued.

NAME AND OFFICE.

RESIDENCE.

DATE OF COM

MISSION.

COMPEN-
SATION.

WHENCE
APPOINTED.

WHERE BORN.

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TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.

Chief Justice Supreme Court.
S. B. Prince.........

Santa Fe........ Jan. 14, 1879....
Associate Justices Supreme Court.
Samuel S. Parks.......

Albuquerque....
Warren Bristol.......

... La Mesilla...... April 24, 1876...
District Attorneys.
First District-....

...... Santa Fe........ March 8, 1876..
Second District-J. Francisco Chavey........... Albuquerque :
Third District-S. B. Newcomb...... ... Silver City......

Marshal.
John Sherman, Jr ...........

.. Santa Fe........ May 24, 1876....
Clerk Supreme Court and First Judicial

District Court.
F. W. Chancy........:

Santa Fe.....
Clerk Second Judicial District Court.
Harry R. Whiting....

... Albuquerque .... March 28, 1876..
Clerk Third Judicial District Court.
George R. Bowman........

... La Mesilla....
TERRITORY OF UTAH.

Chief Justice Supreme Court.
John A. Hunter......

... Salt Lake City... July 1, 1879.....
Assocate Justices Supreme Court.
Philip H. Enerson.............

..... Ogden... ...... March 10, 1873..
Stephen P. Lewis.....

Beaver........
District Attorney.
Philip T. Vanzile.....

Salt Lake City...May 1, 1876.....!

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*250 Wisconsin ......
Fees Utah ...........

Ohio.
Fees Utah .....
Fees Utah ......
Fees Utah ...... Connecticut.

Marshal.
Michael Shaughnessy........ .....Salt Lake City... Feb. 28, 1876.... |

Clerk Supreme Court.
E. T. Sprague..........

... Salt Lake City .. Aug. –, 1874...
Člerk First District Court.
A. C. Emerson .......

Ogden .........
Clerk Second District Court.
James R. Wilkins ....

Beaver City....
Clerk Third District Court.
0. J. Averill........

.... Salt Lake City...
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON.

Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Roger S. Greene......

.... Seattle.......... Jan. 16, 1879....
Associate Justices and District Judges.
Samuel C. Wingard...........

Walla Walla.... Jan. 26, 1875....
John I'. Hoyt.......

..... JOlympia ........ Jan. –, 1879... |
District Attorney.
John B. Allen.......

... Olympia ........ Apr. 1, 1875.....
Marshal.
Charles Hopkins......

Olympia ........ July 23, 1875....!
Clerk Supreme Court.
R. G. O'Brien........

Olympia ........ July -, 1876....
Clerk First District Court.
A. Reeves Ayres.......

Walla Walla.... Aug. 1, 1875....
Clerks Second District Court.
R. G. O'Brien.........

. Olympia ........ June —, 1876....!

Vancouver ...

. Kulama......... Jan. –, 1876.... Clerk Third District Court. James Seavey......

.. |Port Townsend.. May –, 1875.... *And fees.

3,000 Washington Ter. Massachusetts.
3,000 Washington Ter. Pennsylvania.
3,000 Michigan ....... Ohio.
*250 Washington Ter. Indiana.
*200 Washington Ter. New York.
Fees Washington Ter. Ireland.
Fees Washington Ter. Iowa..
Fees Washington Ter.)Ireland.
Fees Washington Tur. Ireland.
Fees Washington Ter. Ireland.
Fees Washington Ter.)Pennsylvania.

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Judges and Officers of Circuit and District Courts of the United States-Continued.

NAME AND OFFICE.

RESIDENCE.

DATE OF COM- | COMPEN-
MISSION.

SATION.

WIENCE
APPOINTED.

WHERE BORN.

TERRITORY OF WYOMING.

Chief Justice.
James B. Senor......

... Cheyenne ....... Dec. 18, 1879....
Associate Justices.
Jacob B. Blajr .......

Laramie City.... Feb. 14, 1876....
Edward A. Thomas ........

.. Evanston ....... March 20, 1873. .
District Attorney.
John J. Jenkins......

Cheyenne....... Feb. 28, 1876....
Marshal.
William F. Sweesy...

. . Cheyenne ....... Dec. 16, 1875....
ClerkSupreme Court.
John W. Bruner .....

.. Cheyenne....... Feb. 14, 1872....
Clerk First District Court.
John W. Bruner .....

Cheyenne....... Feb. 14, 1872....
Clerk Second District Court.
John W. Meldrum ...

...... İLaramie City.... March 5, 1874... Clerk Third District Court. Jesse Knight ........

.... Evanston ....... 'March 30, 1876.

$3,000!.
3,000 West Virginia... Virginia.
3,000 New York....... New York.
*250 Wisconsin....... England.
*200 Nebraska ....... New Jersey.
Fees Wyoming ...... Pennsylvania.
Fees Wyoming ...... Pennsylvania.

Fees New York........ 'Fees Wyoming........ OIVIL RIGHTS.

An Act to protect all citizens in their civil and legal rights.

WHEREAS it is essential to just government, we recognize the equality of all men before the law, and hold that it is the duty of government in its dealings with the people to mete ont equal and exact justice to all, of whatever nativity, race, color, or persuasion, religious or political; and it being the appropriate object of legislation to enact great fundamental principles into law: therefore,

SECTION 1. Equal enjoyment.-Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Americn in Congress assembled: That all persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall be entitled to the full and Equal enjoyment of the accommodations, advantages, facilities, and privileges of inns, public conveyances on land or water, theaters, and other places of public amusement, subject only to the conditions and limitations established by law, and applicable alike to citizens of every race and color, regardless of any previous condition of servitude.

Sec. 2. Forfeiture, punishment, remedies.- That any person who shall violate the foregoing section by denying to any citizen, except for reasons by law applicable to citizens of every race and color, and regardless of any previons condition of servitude, the full enjoyment of any of the accommodations, advantages, facilities, or privileges in said section enumerated, or by aiding or inciting such denial, shall, for every such offense, forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars to the person aggrieved thereby, to be recovered in an action of debt, with full costs; and shall also, for every such offense, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than five hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, or shall be imprisoned not less than thirty days nor more than one year: Provided, That all persons may elect to sųe for the penalty aforesaid, or to proceed under their rights at common law and by State statutes; and having so elected to proceed in the one mode or the other, their right to proceed in the other jurisdiction shall be barred. But this proviso shall noť apply to criminal proceedings, either under this act or the criminal law of any State: And provided fur. ther, That a judgment for the penalty in favor of the party aggrieved, or a judgment upon an indictment, shall be a bar to either prosecution respectively.

SEC. 3. Jurisdiction, prosecution. That the district and circuit courts of the United States shall have, exclusively of the courts of the several States, cognizance of all criines and offenses against, and violations of, the provisions of this act; and actions for the penalty given by the preceding section may be prosecuted in the territorial, district, or circuit courts of the United States wherever the defendant may be found, without regard to the other party; and the district attorneys, marshals, and deputy marshals of the United States, and commissioners appointed by the circuit and territorial courts of the United States, with powers of arresting and imprisoning, or bailing offenders against the laws of the United States, are hereby specially authorized and required to institute proceedings against every person who shall violate the provisions of this act, and cause him to be arrested and imprisoned, or bailed, as the case may be, for trial before such court of the United States, or territorial court, as by law has cognizance of the of. fense, except in respect of the right of action accruing to the person aggrieved; and such district attorneys shall cause such proceedings to be prosecuted to their termination as in other cases: Provided, That nothing contained in this section shall

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