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FIFTYSECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 206, 207. 1893. 571 company or any such owners to file such a certificate, or in case they ille a false certificate, they shall pay a line of not exceeding five hun- Penaltyfornotfiling dred dollars, to be recovered in the proper United States court, and °°'“"°“ °·°*°· said fine shall also be a lien upon any vessel of said company or owners found within the United States. Sec. 9. That after the first day of J anuary, eighteen hundred and I M FW ninety-three, all exclusive privileges of exchanging money, transport- tioiua. iT§°§`$iif°t m` ing passengers or baggage, or keeping eating houses, and all other like privileges in connection with the Ellis Island immigrant station, shall be disposed of after public competition, subject to such conditions and consume, m. limitations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe. Sec. 10. That this act shall not apply to Chinese persons; and shall enum worm take eifect as to vessels departing irom foreign ports for ports within num. the United States after sixty days from the passage of this act. · Approved, March 3, 1893. CHAP. 207.-—A.n act for the examination and allowance of certain awards made M,,,,;, 3 1g9g_ by a board oi claims to certain citizens of Jefferson County, Kentucky. —é4——- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqwesentatineo of the United States of America in Congress assembled That the Secretary of the A,,,,,;, by ,, bggrl Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay, out of ghjwzfaogrm any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the several ¤¤may,xy. persons in this act named the several sums mentioned herein, the same being in hill for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full and final discharge oi, the several claims examined and allowed by a board of claims organized under Special Orders numbered One hundred and ten, Headquarters Fourteenth Army Corps, dated Louisville, Kentucky, July fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-ive namely: To R. H. Crump, three hundred dollars. To Mathew Meddis, one hundred and fifty dollars. To J. B. Parks, four hundred and thirty dollars. To P. S. Longest, four hundred dollars. To John Duggan, three hundred dollars. To Mary Leissing, eight hundred and ten dollars. To Paul Disher, sixty dollars. To Fred Barringer, six hundred and thirty-four dollars. To L. and Martin Stich, four hundred and thirty-nine dollars. To Thomas Stevens, seventy-seven dollars. To Isaac Everett, six hundred dollars. To Christian Zann, five hundred dollars. To Theodore Meinert, one hundred and ninety-two dollars. To Henry F. Cooper, one hundred dollars. To John G. Barrett, six hundred and eight dollars. To Mrs. Emory Low, one hundred dollars. To William E. Glover, five hundred and eleven dollars and fifty cents. To Andrew Zehnder, five hundred and fifty dollars. To Domini Zehnder, two hundred and eighty dollars. To Isaac L. Hyatt, assignee for the award made to W. B. Belknap, one thousand dollars. To José Zann, one hundred and iify dollars. Provided, That before any of the . said amounts are paid the claim ?*·*¤*—*¤· of the parties herein named shall be referred to the Secretary of War Swmieugg fm to find and determine whether or not the United States received the gmx, .n.2,,mf' benefit of the articles and supplies for which compensation was allowed by said board, whether the prices dxed were fair and just, and whether the several claimants were loyal to the United States during the late civil war, and he is authorized to ascertain and determine what sum, 1f