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332 FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 92, 93, 94. 1815, Feb. 19, 1875. CHAP. 92.-——An act authorizing the Citizens' National Bank, of Sanborntou, N. H. to —-—-——-—-—— change its name. _ Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Name Oycmmw States of America in Congress assembled, That the name of the Citizend National Bunk, of National Bank, of Sanboruton, New Hampshire, shall be changed to S=¤¤b¢>1‘¤*¤¤lN·H-3 the Citizens' National Bank of Tilton, New Hampshire, whenever the °1"’·“g° °£ board of directors of said bank shall accept the new name by resolution of the board, conhrm ed by a vote of two-thirds of the stockholders, and cause a copy of such action, duly authenticated, to be filed?with the Comptroller of the Currency : Provided, That such acceptance be made within six months after the passage of this act; and that all expenses incident to the proposed change, including engraving, shall be borne and paid by said bank. ` Devolntion or Sec. 2. That all the debts, demands, liabilities, rights, privileges, and 'liabilitiearights powers of the Citizens’ National Bank of Sanbornton, shall devolvc ¤¤dk1L°" °”· *° -up0n and inure to the Citizens! National Bank of Tilton, New Hampb"" yum “°m°° shire, whenever such change of name is eifected. Approved, February 19, 1875. pcb_ 19, 1g7g_ CHAP. 93.—~An act for the protection of the United States custom-house in the city ·--— of LOUISVIHG, Kentucky. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United CuSwm.;,0m, in States ofAmm·icu in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- Louisville, Ky., ury is hereby empowered and directed to purchase from the owner or P“F'%"9”° °f I""'! owners thereof, at a price not to exceed twelve thousand Eve hundred "d~'°'""'g‘ dollars, all that certain piece of ground in the city of Louisville, county of Jefferson, and State of Kentucky, situate west of and adjoining the United States custom-house, fronting twenty-ilve feet on Green street, and extending back one hundred and fifty feet, parallel with and the same depth as the custem—h0use property; and for that purpose the sum of twelve thousand and five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as shall Appropriation. be necessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated: Provided, however, That no part of the money hereby appropriated shall be paid or expended until a clear, perieet, and absolute title in fee simple to the ground shall have been secured and conveyed to the United States by a good and sufficient deed of general warranty. Approved, February 19, 1875. Feb. 20, 1875. CHAP. 94.-An act to amend an act entitled “An act for the government of the Dis- ———————·- trict of Columbia, and for other purposes", approved June twentieth, eighteen hun- (]1'€d 3l1(]. BGV611Dy·fol1I‘. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of _Representatives of the United Amending, States of America in Oongress assembled, That the seventh section of the 1674- *3-33% **-7; act of Congress entitled “Au act for the government of the District of '""“* p‘ ML Columbia, and for other purposes", approved June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventyfour, be, and the same is hereby, amended by inserting the words “d0 s0" after the fortieth word following the first period in said section, so that it will read: "And the faith of the United States is hereby pledged that the United States will, by proper proportional appropriations us contemplated in this act, and by causing to be levied upon the property within said District such taxes as will do so, provide the revenues necessary to pay the interest on said bonds as the same may become due and payable, and create a sinking fund for the payment of the principal thereof at maturity": Provided That registered bonds may be issued in lieu of coupon bonds as provided in said act or exchanged for coupon bonds already issued, and the interest of all said bonds shall be payable at the Treasury of the United States. Approved, February 20, 1875.