Establishment of the Department of Justice (P.L. 41-97)

Establishment of the Department of Justice (P.L. 41-97)

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Public Law
P.L.41-97 [16 Stat. 162 (1870)]
Debates
Message from the President [Congressional Globe 4692 June 22, 1870]
Enrolled bills signed [Congressional Globe 4547 June 17, 1870]
Enrolled bills and joint resolutions [Congressional Globe 4533 June 17, 1870]
Message from the Senate [Congressional Globe 4517 June 16, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 4490 June 16, 1870]
House bills [Congressional Globe LXXII v. XCII Part. 5 May 24 - June 22, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 3207 May 4, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 3081 April 28, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 3065 April 28,1870]
Message from the House [Congressional Globe 3057 April 28, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 3034 April 27, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 2994 April 26, 1870]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 1568 February 25,1870]
Law department [Congressional Globe 505 April 5, 1869]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 505 April 5, 1869]
Index for House bills [Congressional Globe XXV, v. LXXXVII, March 4 - April 10, 1869]
Law department [Congressional Globe 2480 May 15, 1868]
Law department [Congressional Globe 1271 February 19, 1868]
Department of Justice [Congressional Globe 934 February 3, 1868]
Index for House bills [Congressional Globe XLV v. LXXXIIA 1868]
Department solicitor [Congressional Globe 153 December 12, 1867]
Law department bill [Congressional Globe CCLXXV]
Documents
Letter from the Attorney General, relative to the clerks in his office. [House Ex. Doc. No. 11] [December 7, 1869]
Modifications in the manner of conducting the legal business of the government. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, a report of the Attorney General, suggesting modifications in the manner of conducting the legal business of the government [House Ex. Doc. No. 95] [April 25, 1854]
Letter from the Acting Attorney General in answer to a resolution of the House of the 7th instant, calling for list of clerks former occupation &c. [House Ex. Doc. No. 104] [May 9, 1866]
Letter from the Attorney General, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 11th ultimo, relative counsel employed by him, assistants to district attorneys, and compensation paid, &c. [House Ex. Doc. No. 198] [March 3, 1868]
Message from the President of the United States, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 11th ultimo, relative to amounts paid by the State Department since 1860 for legal services and the Examiner of Claims. [House Ex. Doc. No. 221] [March 25, 1868]
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 11th of February, transmitting statements of amounts paid during each year since 1860 for legal services, &c. [House Ex. Doc. No. 289] [May 14, 1868]
Letter from the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the House, of February 11, 1868, relative to amounts paid for legal services from 1860 to 1868. [House Ex. Doc. No. 338] [July 17, 1868]
Letter from the Attorney General in answer to resolution of the House of the 16th instant transmitting a report of the amounts paid for special counsel and United States district attorneys during the year ending June 30, 1865, 1866 and 1867 and on the organization of this office. [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 13] [December 20, 1867]
Report of the Secretary of State [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 24, Part I] [February 21, 1865]
Report of the Attorney General, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the 12th of January, 1865, a schedule of special attorney and counsel fees paid by that department from July 1, 1863, to January 1, 1865. [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 24, Part II] [February 28, 1865]
Message from the President of the United States, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a plan for the enlargement and modification of the judical system of the United States [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 41] [March 2, 1854]
Message from the President of the United States communicating a report of the Attorney General, suggesting modifications in the manner of conducting the legal business of the government [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 55] [April 25, 1854]