TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 158, 159, 160. 1838. 255 the tract of land lying on the Coosa river, whereon the town of Jeiier- Cherokee coun- Son is situated, in said county, containing one hundred and fifty acres, ty, Gwaccording to the survey of S. R. Russell, county surveyor for the seat of justice of said county, instead of the quarter section allowed_ by law for the same purpose; the commissioners of said county paying for the same the minimum price as in other cases. Avrnovnn, July , 1838. `""” Snrnra II. CHAP. CLVIII.—-An Act to mody"y the last clause g` the gth section of the de- July 5, 1838. pesite act xy" the twenty-third of June, eighteen undre and thirty-sire. oe . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Inst clause A<=¢<>f·T¤¤¤ 23, of the fifth section of the act entitled "An act to regulate the deposites },;i6él§£;,Q15;° of the public money," approved on the twenty-third day of June, eighteen dined as td is- i hundred and thirty-six, declaring that the notes or bills of no bank shall $*1*38 of ¤¤*¢¤ be received in payment of any debt due to the United States, which }1,;`;_°`· EW d°l' shall, after the fourth day of July, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, issue any note or bill of a less denomination than five dollars, shall be, and the same is hereby, so far modihed as that the interdiction as to the reception of the bills and notes shall_not continue against any bank which has, since the said fourth day of July, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, issued bills or notes of a less denomination than five dollars, or which shall issue any such bills or notes prior to the first day of October, in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, but that from and after the said last mentioned day, the bills or notes of no bank shall be received in payment of any debt due to, the United States, which bank shall, after that date, issue, reissue, or pay out any bill or note of a denomination less than liv•e dollars. Approved, July 5, 1838. _ """"" Srunn II. CHAP. CLIX. --An Act to amend “An act authorizing the Secrelarylazy War to July 5, 1838. establish a pension agency in the town of Decatur in the State of A uma, and to provide for the payment of certain pensioners in the said town of Decatur." 27, 1834, cb_g1_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States if America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of Sec- Vgm °¤*· War be, and he is hereby, authorized, if in his opinion necessary, to 1x32x38H2z0f' remove and establish said pension agency in the town of Huntsville, agency atDe- Alabama; and, in the event of said removal, the pensioners described °?H¤¤' X°lH“¤*¤ in said act shall be paid in Huntsville. V1 B u' Approved, July 5, 1838. Srurucrrc II. Can. CLX.-An Act to authorize vessels bourul for the ports if Mexico, and pre- July 5, 1339, vented from completing the voyages in consequence of the existing blockade of —*···"··· those ports, to enter and store their cargoes in the ports of the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, _ That any vessel 0,¥<;?:$}l¤:;*;i¥:_°d Which may have been turned off from her port of destxnationan Mexrco, destination in by the blockading squadron, may land and store her cargo m any port Mexie¤_by the 0f the United States into which she may first enter, to be kept under ;>l¤;l;gg¤gma the custody of the custom-house, free from duty or any other charge ’ y' except the usual storage: Provided, The said cargo be re-exported Proviso. within twelve months from the time of its being so stored, and the provisions of the existing laws relating to the importation of goods, with the privilege of re-exportation without the payment of duty, or with the
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