2 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3, 4, 5, 6.` 1876. 1 Jan. 18, 1876. CHAP. 3.-An act to change the name of the steamboat “Tom Jasper/’ of Saint -———;-—— _ Louis, Missouri. . ` Be it enacted by the.Senate and. House of Representatives of the United Nam} °*` ¤'=°¤¤¤· States of America in Congress assembled, That author1ty is hereby given bgfli ££,mBdJ°:g to the owner of the steamboat “Tom J asper," of Saint Louis, Missouri, Rg,,,,;,,,,,m,%_¤> to change the name of said vessel to that of ‘* Centennial/’ by which said steamboat shall hereafter be known. - Approved, January 18, 1876. Ja,n_ 25 1375, CHAP. 4.——·An act to amend Section three thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven I . . · - · —j-—-——- of the Revised Statutes in relation to the purchase of paper for the public printing. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United R·%»g767»P·747» States of America in Congress assembled, That section three thousand °'m°° ° ‘ seven hundred and sixty- even of the Revised Statutes of the United · States be and the same is hereby amended, so that it will read: Standards for *‘The Joint Committee on Public Printing shall fix upon standards ot £“’é;*5* S‘P°P°"• paper for the different descriptions of public printing, and the Congres- °;”dv6f,,gmB,, ts sional Printer shall, under their direction, advertise in two newspapers, ro, pwpwns, published in each of the cities of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Cincinnati, for sealed proposals to furnish the Government with paper, as specified in the schedule to be furnished to - applicants by the Congressional Printer, setting forth in detail the qual- Inconsistent um ity and quantities required for the Public Printing? And all acts and - repealed. parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed. Approved, January 25, 1876. V V Feb. 1, 1876. CHAP. 5.-An act to amend the Revised Statutes relating to naturalization. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United R.S.,2165,p.380, States of America in Congress assembled, That the declaration of inten- ¤m°l:d<>d· tion to become a. citizen of the United States, required by section two thousand one hundred and sixty-Eve of the Revised Statutes of the _ United States, may be made by an alien before the clerk of any of the 4 courts named in said section two thousand one hundred and sixty-five ; D¤¤l=pr=ntl_0n for and all such declarations heretofore made before any such clerk are
hereby declaged as legal and valid as if made before one of the· courts
‘ name in said sec ion. Approved, February 1, 1876. i Feb. 1, 1876. CHAP. 6.-An act to amend the Revised Statutes touching Vice Consul Generals. Be it enacted the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _u£D%£130. r- 799, States of America in Congress assembled, That section forty-one hundred - ‘ · and thirty of the Revised Statutes of the United States be, and the same IS, amended by inserting, after the words "· consul-general", the words “VICE consul-genera1”, so that the section shall read as follows, name y: ·
- r¤,,,,;,,g,,f,,,,,,d, Sec. 4130. The word ‘*minister", when used in this title shall be uuxmiuisfeiw an d derstoodto mean the person invested with, and exercising, the principal
°°¤°¤ · diplomatic functions. The word “c0nsul” shall be understood to menu any person invested by the United States with, and exercising, the functions of consul-general, vice consul-general, consul or vice-consul. Approved, February 1, 1876.