FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.114, 115,116. 1877. 395 been paid within three years of the date of the original gauging shall Fvrfeituresbe forfeited to the United States. _ SEG 10. That the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the ap- Rules and Yagi,. proval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may make all needful rules and laticns. regulations for carrying into effect the provisions of this act, and such regulations when made shall have all the force and effect of law. Sec. 11. That in case any grape brandy removed from the distillery Failure to clefor deposit in a special warehouse, shall fail to be deposited in such PON “’iFhi¤ Wewarehouse within ten days thereafter, or within the time specened in ““b°d °‘“"*‘ any bond given on such removal, or if any grape-brandy deposited in any special warehouse shall be taken therefrom for deposit in another warehouse, or for export, or otherwise, without full compliance with the W l f hd Y *1 W FU provisions of this act, and with the requirements of any regulations °°"‘l’1" made thereunder, and with the terms of any bond given on such re- ‘ ’ ` moval, then any person who shall be guilty of such failure, and any person who shall in any manner violate any provisions of this act, or of the regulations made in pursuance thereof, shall be subject, on convic- Penalty. tion to a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars, and to imprisonment for not less than three months nor more than three years, for every such failure or violation , and the spirits as to which such failure or violation shall take place shall be lor- F<>¤iY>l¤¤¤¤· feited to the United States Approved, March 3, 1877. CHAP. 115.--An act to authorize the appointment of a sergeant in the Signal Corps Mm-ch :;, ]377_ as a second lieutenant in the Army ··-——·—————~——· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President be, and he 'l`he<>d<>r<> Moslrcr is hereby authorized to appoint, and by and with the consent of the “.’“Y_,*"§ “°‘[‘f'“S, Senate, to commission Theodore Mosher, junior sergeant in the Signal ;“;),`,‘;f,, Service of the United States, to be a second lieutenant in the Army, Army, to fill any existing vacancy in any regiment, notwithstanding the provisions of section twelve hundred and eighteen, Revised Regulations : Provided, That said Mosher shall be duly found and deemed by the President to be otherwise qualified and eligible for such appointment. Approved, March 3, 1877. CHAP. 116.-·An act granting to the State of Missouri all lands therein selected as March 3, 1877. swamp and ovcrilowed lands. #·-—~»—————— —-———· Be it enacted by the Senate and "House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all lands in the State of S»-¤n»pa¤ni»m·. Missouri selected as swamp and ovcrfiowecl lands, and regularly re- Q;¥‘j"*‘* __ i*"“‘* ‘*’ ported as such to the General Land Office, and now withheld from * ‘“”°"”' — market as such, so far as the same remain vacant and unappropriated and not interfered with by any preemption, homestead, or other claim under any law of the United States, and the claim whereto has not been heretofore rejected by the (Jonnnissioner of the General Land Office, or other competent authority, be, and the same are hereby, coniirmed to said State, and all title thereto vested in said State; and it is hereby Patents to issue made the duty of the Secretary of the Interior to cause patents to issue for the same. Approved, March 3, 1877.
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