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452 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 14, 15. 1841. to audit the same, and allow whatever shall be found justly due thereon. Sum allowed Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trea- '° b° P““r sury pay to the said marshal, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, such sum as the said accounting officer shall allow. Approved, September 1, 1841. Srrrun I. Sep, 1 1841 Gun. XI\’.—An Act in addition to an act chtillcd an act- to carry into gfegt ll _e.;;...L. Ctmventicm between the United States andthe Mcxzcun Republu:. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Sec. T,,,S,,,y United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary to issue ¤¤rciti· of the Treasury be and he is hereby authorized upon the presentation °“°°" of certilied copies of such awards as have been or shall be made, in pursuance of the Convention with the Republic of Mexico, concluded at Washington, the eleventh of April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, in favor of citizens of the United States, to xssue certificates to the persons authorized to receive the sums so awarded their legal representatives and assigns in the manner directed by the seventh sec- 1840, .:1;,34, tion of the act of Congress entitled “An act to carry into effect a convention between the United States and the Republic of Mexico," such certificates to be in such form and for such portions of the sums awarded as may be convenient for the claimants rm to be subject to the deduc- Pygvigq tions provided for by the tenth section of said act, Provided, That nothing in this act shall be construed to give any rights to the claimants that are not conferred by said convention, and the act of June twelfth, ,840 ch 34 one thousand eight hundred and forty; and that the substance of this ’` proviso be inserted in the certificates that may be issued. Arpiwvnn, September 1, 1841. Srnurs I. —__° Sept. 1, 1841, Cuéxtr. gig;-—An dot to amznd the dcbientitkdtzntsn wvpzovlgdg {tw jakingagz -———··—- ’xl mus orcnumcr {ono inic t 3A:;:? M,?';]; March third,’mze thousand eiglzfhundred and thirty-nine, and the gis andiq i¤e1».écs?1é40f W *“”"’· °h· 3· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the The time u1. United States of America. in Congress assembled, That it shall and lowed for com- may be lawful for the marshals of the respective States and Territories, P"’."“g °““"‘°‘ who have not, before the passage of this act completed their enumera- KSUOHS and m3- . . ’ king returns, tions, and made their returns, under the acts hereby amended, to proextended. ceed personally and by their assistants to complete such enumerations, and make such returns under the said acts; and the said assistants shall be allowed until the first dey of December, one thousand e` ht hundred and forty-one, to complete their enumerations, and make iheir returns to the marshals, and the said marshals shall be allowed to make their returns to the Secretary of State at any time before the first day of Proviso. January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be deemed to release such marshals and assistants from the penalties contained in the act aforesaid, unless their pr,,,,,S,,_ returns shall be made within_ the time prescribed in this act: And pruvided further, That no person be included in the returns made under the present act, unless such persons shall have been inhabitants of the district for which such returns shall be made on the first day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty; and the Secretary of State be, 20,000 copies and he is hereby, authorized to cause to be printed twenty thousand gf ;>g;}§>¤I*;<;i¤tm copies of the eompendium or abridgment of the Sixth Census, by coun- °,· 6,h‘c§n“;‘m ties and principal towns, together with the tables of apportionment as be primed. prepared at the Department of State, for the use of Congress. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of State is