_FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 398, 399, 4.31, 432. 1882. 301 catcs of register or other national papers, and thereupon it shall not be necessary for such vessels to be remeasured at any port in the United States; and when it shall be necessary to ascertain the tonnage of any vessel not a vessel of the United States, the said tonnage shall be ascertained in the manner provided by law for the measurement of vessels of the United States! ‘ _S1¤0. 3. “That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and di- Fees, etc., forrerected to make all needful regulations to carry into eifect the provisions ¤d¤*°°·¤¤¥°m°¤*- of this act, and he shall establi h and promulgate a proper scale of fees to be paid for the readmeasurement of the spaces to be deducted from the gross tonnage of a vessel, on the basis of the last sentence of section B_ S ,1 ,,0, forty-one hundred and eighty-six of the Revised Statutes, beginning86’ ' with the words “But the charge for the measurement? Approved, August 5, 1882. _ CHAP. 399:-An act to establish diplomatic relations with Persia. August 5, 1882. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqirescntatives of the United States of rimerica in Congress assembled, That section sixteen hundred _Dipl¤g¤=¤¢i<= rqi¤· and seventy-five of the Revised Statutes of the United States be, and "";’“ §"'*}‘6.g°"“2& the same is hereby, amended by inserting alter the words “Liberia, ,,m,,],dgh_’ ’ four thousand dollars," the words “ charge,d’ai1aires and consul-general ' at Teheran, Persia, tlve thousand dollars,” and the sum necessary there- Appropriation. for is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. ‘ . Approved, August 5, 1882. CHAP. 431.-An act to correct an error in section twenty-five hundred and four of August 7, 1882. the Revised Statutes of the United States. · ————---———-———— Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqzresentatives of the United States of America in Oongresa assembled, That the paragraph beginning R. S. 2504, 474, with the words “ clothing, ready-mde and wearing appmI,?’ under ;c':‘t°¤_"d°d:° °°’ schedule M of section twenty-five of the Revised Statutes of the United " °"° ' States, be and the same is hereby, amended by the insertion of the—¢“ word “ wool ” before the word “silk” in two places where it was omitted in the revision of the said statutes; so that the same shall read as fol· _ - lows: “ Clothing, ready-made, and wearing apparel of every description, of Clothing, etc., whatever material composed, except wool, silk and linen, lmade up or ¤¤¤i°°f "°°l· manufactured wholly or in part by the tailor, seamstress, or manuihcturer, not otherwise provided for, caps, gloves, leggins, mitts, socks, stockings, wove shirts and drawers, and all similar articles made, on names of whatever material composed, except wool, silk, aud linen, worn by men, women, or children, and not otherwise provided for, articles worn by men, women, or children, of whatever material composed, except wool, silk and linen made up, or made wholly or in part by hand, not otherwise provided for : thirty-five per cent. ad valorem." Approved, August 7, 1882. · CHAP. 432.-Ln act toreimburse the Creek orphan fund. August 7: YW- Be it enacted the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Staten of Amerie? in Congress assembled, That the sum of two hundred m0;g•k ¤rph9: aud forty-seven thousand ilve hundred and tlftydlve dollars and ninety- tm rt, gm seven cents, with ive per centum interest on one hundred and seventy- six thmsand seven hundred and fifty-llve dollars and ninety-seven cents from April sixth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, be, and the same
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