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FIFTYSECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 164, 165, 167. 1893. 477 CHAP. 164.-An act to amend the act of Maysixth, eighteen hundred and ninety, February $5, 103. iixing the rate of interest to be charged on arrearages 0 general and special taxes ——;·—·— now duo the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all persons whose prop- Arran of nu", erty was involved in suits of law or equity or where minors were owners D- C- at the time the arrearages of taxes were received at six per centum, xeqaumcupr pm..;. aud penalties oi}`, may, within six mouths hom the date of passage of ‘*°"“°"‘“"‘ °“'°"· this bill, have the privilege of paying said arreamges of taxes up to July iirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, with remission of penalties, and interest to be computed at the rate of six per ceutum per annum. Sec. 2. That all drawback certificates outstanding, issued by the mawbwg mm. Commissioners of the District of Columbia under the act of June §§§§,,'?,'}°‘§§’_§§ £§ second, eighteen hundred and ninety, shall be receivable for all arrears upvw Jgne 32%;*92- 0f general taxes due and unpaid to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred °l' ’°' ' and ninety-two. Approved, February 25, 1893. CHAP. 165.-An act for the benefit of the State of Kentucky, Logan and Simp- Fobmary 25, 1803. fron counties and of Louisville, Kentucky, and of Sumner and Davi sou counties, 1***; GDDKSOO. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqrrcaantativos of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner ot xmqcny, Logan Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, $,*,1 f*,{',}',,?’?J1?,‘},,_°}’;';?f; be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to audit and adjust the S¤¤¤¤&¤r¤=,;`*1>•*i•`*•¤¤ claims of the sinking fund commissioners of the State of Kentucky, of °°;,;_; °:”;tm_,_ Logan and Simpson counties in said State, of the city of Louisville, Ken- revenue mu num. mcky, and of Sumner and Davidson counties, Tennessee, for internal "°"‘ _ revenue taxes collected on railroad dividends on stock and on interest on railroad bonds owned by said counties, and city, respectively, in the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company and of said State for internal revenue taxes collected and interest on railroad bonds of the railroad from Louisville to Lexington and on dividends on stock of said railroads owned by said State, and due and payable to`b0a.rds of sinking iimd commissioners, respectively, and to said State, counties, and city, to the extent that such taxes were deducted from any dividends or interest due and payable to such boards, respectively, and which have not been heretofore refunded, and tbr this purpose, any statute of limitations to the contrary notwithstanding, sections nine ns., mmm, mc, hundred and eighty-nine, thirty-two hundred and twenty, mbirty~two *‘*’·‘“·‘”°* hundred and twenty-six, thirty-two hundred and twenty-seven, and ` thirty-two hundred and twenty-eight of the United States Revised Statutes are hereby made applicable and available with the three and effect as if protest and demand for payment had been made within the time prescribed by said sections; and the amounts, when ascertained, Psymwas aforesaid. and rmt heretofore refunded, shall be paid out of the permanent annual appropriation provided tbr similar claims allowed within the present fiscal year. Approved, February 25, 1893. CHAP. 167.—An act for the further continuance of the publication of the Sup- F°b"“‘“'Y m*l8°3· plement to the Revised Statutes of the United States. ki"; Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre.sevztalia·e·s of the United State? ofAme1··ica in Congress assembled, That the publication of thv ,i§Q’,{’§ff{{f§,€._*° R" Supplement to the Revised Statutes of the United States shall be fur- t,P¤*;¤¤=·¤¤¤ ¤f· ¤¤¤- ther Colltluued under the editorial charge of the editor of the 0XiStil\g uigiiting. Supplement and his assistants.