PRIVATE ACTS OF THE FORTYSECOND CONGRESS or run UNITED STATES, Passed at the Third Session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Jlhndoy, the second day of December, A. D. 1872, and was adjourned without day on Tuesday the fourth day of March, A. D. 1873. Unrssns S. GRANT, President. Sounrmm Comsx, Vice-President, and President of the Senate. JAMES G. Bniums, Speaker of the House of Representatives. CHAP. III. ——An Act for the Relief of John Black, late Consul ry' the United States at Dec. 13, 1872. the City tf Mexico. """"'_‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- J £“Y1‘£°“,; to ury is hereby authorized and directed to pay to John Black, late consul 0 H M ` of the United States at the city of Mexico, the rate of compensation allowed by law to a secretary of legation, for his diplomatic services to the United States in Mexico during the suspension of diplomatic intercourse between Mexico and the United States, from the fifteenth day of September, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, to the fifteenth day of April, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, inclusive. Approved, December 13, 1872. CHAP. VI. --An Act to authorize the pro ter accounting Officers ry" the Treasury to settle DBG- 17. 187% with F. Ill. Cordeiro. M Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting offi- Payment fg F, cers of the treasury are hereby authorized and directed to settle with M~ C<>¤l¢i¤>· F. M. Cordeiro for his services as acting consul of the United States at the port of Rio de Janeiro, from the time when Henry E. Milford ceased to be vice—consul to the time when Charles T. Thweatt assumed the duties of consul during the year eighteen hundred and seventy, and to allow said F. M. Cordeiro compensation for said period of time at the rate now allowed by law to a United States consul at said port; and the sum so allowed shall be paid from the appropriation for salaries of consuls. Approved, December 17, 1872. CHAP. VII. —— An Act to remove the Disabilities ¢y"Lucius C. Lamar, of hhssissippi. D€6· 17. }872·_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, (two-thirds of each house con— curring therein,) That all disabilities imposed by reason of the third sec- Djsubilitips of tion of the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United Bd States of America, upon Lucius Q. C. Lamar. of the county of Lafayette, ` in the State of Mississippi, by reason of his participation in the late rebellion, be, and the same are hereby, removed. Approved, December 17, 1872.
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