220 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 9,10,12. 1876, istration and fraudulent voting for Presidential Electors and Represent _ atives in Congress; said appropriation to be added to the contingent _ How disbursed. fund of the House of Representatives, and to be disbursed upon vouchers approved by the chairmen of the respective committees, and the clerk of the House shall pay such parts of the sum above appropriated as the chairmen of the said committees, respectively, shall in writing direct for the purposes aforesaid, to the sergeant-at·arms of the House, who shall RGD0N_ as soon thereafter as practicable, make report in writing to the House _ of the manner in which the sums thus paid to him have been expended, accompanied with vouchers in detail, which report and vouchers when » examined and approved by the Committee of Accounts of the House shall be deemed a sufficient settlement of his accountability for the Surplus- money thus paid to him ; and any unexpended balance remaining in the hands of the sergeant at arms after such settlement shall be paid by him into the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the fund for which it was appropriated. _ Senate Commit- Sec. 2. That the sum of thirty five thousand dollars or so much thereof . tec on Privileges as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated from any wd E]¤<>¤i<>¤S· moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray the actual . and necessary expenses of the Committee on Privileges and Elections and other expenses necessarily incurred in making the investigations directed by Senate resolution of December nfth, eighteen hundred and seventy six, in the several states named therein ; said appropriation to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate; and the disbursing officer How arawh anu of the Senate shall advance such parts of the sum above appropriated cxp¢ud<>d- to the sergeant at arms of the Senate, as the chairman of said committee shall in writing direct for the purposes aforesaid; and the sergeant at arms shall, as soon as practicable, make a detailed report of the expenditures thereof, with proper vouchers, which, when so made, shall be received by said disbursing officer and returned with his accounts to the proper officer of the Treasury Department. ‘ _ Approved, December 23, 1876. D8c_27,]876_ CHAP. 10.-An act changing the name of the First National Bank of Amesbury to j—--—-—— the First National Bank of Merrimac. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Name of First States of America in Congress assembled, That the name of the First §¤¤i<>E¤¤»i_ Baplk of National Bank of Amesbury, located in the town of Merrimac, in the €d'“°“ my ° ‘“‘g‘ County of Essex, and State of Massachusetts, shall be changed to the ‘ First National Bank of Merrimac whenever the board of directors of said bank shall accept the new name by resolution of the board, and cause a copy of said resolution, duly authenticated, to be filed with the Comptroller of the Currency: Provided, That such acceptance be made within nine months after the passage of this act'; and that all expense incident to such change, including engrossing, shall be borne and paid y by said bank. Lmmimes wm- Sec. 2. That all the debts, demands, liabilities, rights, privileges, and low change. powers of the First National Bank of Amesbury shall devolve upon and inure to the First National Bank of Merrimac whenever such change of name is effected. Approved, December 27, 1876. CHAP. 12.——An act to rovide for en r vin n`I _i>~¤¤·2B·18’6- H.*’H.y H. sa.i3.a§..? J} ttfiftiiftt "°"’“‘“ °‘" "‘° “”° Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United portrait of HOD_ States of America in Congress assembled, That such sum as may be D60- H. H. smrkwearn- essary, be, and the same is hereby appropriated, out of any money in ¢¤.d<¤·=€¤S¢¢l· the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to have engraved and printed a portrait of Hon. Henry
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