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604 FORTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. IH. C11. 270-273. 1873. troller of the currency, and approved by the Secretery of the Treesury; Expenses. and the expense of such examination and destructxop sha.l1beps:1d out of any appropriation made by Congress for the specxal exammauon of national banks and bank plates. APPROVISD, March 3, 1873. March 3, 1873. CHAP. CCLXX. —An Act to c¢m%r upon the Superintenclent ry" the United States MTH- "—"··*·—‘ tary Academy the Power to convene general Courts-martial. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Uimed Supeviutend- States of America in Congress assembled, That the superintendent of the §Q*t°*"{flU¤l*°d United States Military Academy shall have power to convene general

   courts-martial {br the trial of cadets, and to execute the sentences of such

convenelgeqeral courts, except the sentences of suspension and CllSmlSS1OI1, Sul>_]€Cl3 to the '{;’;"§gm”rt’“l same limitations and conditions now existing as to other general courts. ’martial APPROVED, March 3, 1873. MMN13, 1873- CHAP. CCLXXI.—-An Act authorizing depnqy Collectors and other Offcers of the Cuswms to act as disbursing Agents in certain Cases. Be it enacted Qy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ Co11ecc<mg,&c., States of America in Congress assembled, Thatin case of the sickness or Efssizgf unavoidable absence of any collector or surveyor of customs from his wi}y{_`&Q, my ofllce, he may with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, fhvrize Some ¤fH· authorize some officer or clerk under him to act in his place, and m

"d£;g;;?nt° discharge all the duties required by law of such collector or surveyor in

a S g his capacity as disbursing agemr Provided That the official bond given gengsz . , thenfal, bq1g, °f by the principal of the offlce shall be held to cover and apply to the acts cm~g,l2;2m of gnu p0I‘S<>H 3gp0in2e4g Icp8e7c; ln his place in such cases. PPROVED, arc , . Maxgch 3, 1873. CHAP. CCLXXII. -—An Act lo authorize certain Pastmczstcrs to deposit public Moneys ”"'"""; in national Ban/cs. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Pogtmasters in States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the passage °°"“‘“ Pl“F°“ of this act it shall be lawful for any postmaster, having public money D121y (lEpUSll, pub- . • · • uc mom in 3 belonging to the government, where there are no desxgnated dep0s1t;a.r1es, ¤ati<>¤¤ll>¤¤k· treasurers of mints, or treasurer or assistant treasurers of the United States, within the county, to deposit the same, at his own risk and in his oflicial capacity, in any national bank in the town, city, or county where the Such dgpositg said postmaster resides; but no authority or permission is or shall be given ¤<>:¤> d¤1Wi¤¤¢¤‘· for the demand or receipt by the postmaster, or any other person, of °s ‘ interest, directly or indirectly, on any deposit made as herein described; and it shall be the duty of all pcstmasters who have made any such deposit Quarberliire- D0 report quarterly to the Postmaster-General, the name of the bank gggfgf *“° "°‘ whe? wel; deposits hgve been made, and also mm the amount which may ' stan at the time to their credit. A1>1>1z0v1·:1>, March 3, 1873. March 3, 1873. CHAP. CCLXXIII.-—~An Act to fx the Compensation of the Depuly Collector qf Customs at Saint Paul. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Compensation States of America in Congress assembled, That the compensation includgf *;;=Kg*:f>;:<{};°li¤· mg officml emolumeuts of all kinds of the officer appointed in pursuance €smbfiSh€d_ of theseccnd section of the act entitled "An act. to establish the collec- 1SZf,ch.199,§2. 1:1011 d1st1‘1ct of Du Luth, and to create Saint Paul, in the collection "“• P' 157* dlstmcf. of LIIDDCSOK3, a. port of delivery," approved May twenty-third, G1gl1l»€€I1 hundred and seventy-two, shall not exceed the sum of two