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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess.1. Ch.25. 1841. 465 an sorts in bottles, twenty-two cents per gallon; Provided, That no proviso, higher duty shall be charged under this act, or any existing law, on the R¤d_Wi¤¤¤ ¤¤` red wines of Austria, than are HOW, or may be, by this act levied upon mmm' the red wines of Spain, when said wines are imported in casks. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the act entitled “An act to Ac¢14nh July_ release from duty, iron prepared for, and actually laid on railways or l8?2z°h·25Q· inclined planes," approved fourteenth of July, eighteen hundred and ;;$l¥;,§°;;l` thirty-two, be, and the same is hereby, repealed, and there shall be laid, peeled, Sie. collected, and paid, on such iron hereafter imported, a duty of twenty per centum ad valoremz Provided, T hat such repeal shall not operate, Pmviso. nor shall such duties be imposed on any railroad iron, which shall be imported under the provisions of the said act prior to the third day of March, eighteen hundred and forty-three, and laid down on any railroad or inclined planes of which the construction has been already commenced, and which shall be necessary to complete the same. _ Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That nothing in this act con- TTS *’°*“°*'° tained, shall apply to goods shipped in a vessel bound to any port of the :£H,gcQ°,§0g2:_ United States, actually having left her last port of lading eastward of tain vessels. the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond Cape Horn, prior to the first day of August, eighteen hundred and forty-one. Lawszmd pam Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That all laws or parts of laws of lawsinconinconsistent with this act are hereby repealed. °*¤*°mWm¤ *hi¤ Avvnovnn, September 11, 1841. m' r°P°°l°d' _'; Snrvrz I. CHAP. XXV.——An Act to repeal n part af the sixth section of the act, entitled “ ,011 gem 11, 1g4L act to provide for the support of the Military Jcaden? cg" the United Slatcslfor —-———i- Me year eighteen hundred and I/m'rty-eight, and for at crpu1poses," passed uly sevent/z, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives tf the Act of July 7, United States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the l?,?,} °h· 169- sixth section of an act entitled, "An act to provide for the support of ,h€,;;[p;;,,v,_, the Military Academy of the United States for the year eighteen hun- xo the invest; dred and thirty-eight, and for other purposes," as requires the Secretary {¤¤·¤;¤f¤h: ¤¤· of the Treasury to invest the annual interest accruing on the invest- éxihssniax ment of the money arising from the bequest of the late James Smith- bequest, repealson, of London, in the stocks of States, be, and the same is hereby, °d·_ _ repealed. And the Secretary of the Treasury shall, until Congress b§’;‘I;lvg‘;‘:‘:;‘° shall appropriate said accruing interest to the purposes prescribed by United Sm,,,, the testator for the increase and diffusion of knowledge among men, Stockinvest said accruing interest in any stock of the United States bearing a rate of interest not less than Eve per centum per annum. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all other funds held in trust Funds holdin by the United States, and the annual interest accruing thereon, when g‘;“°t;’Yb?{:· Dot otherwise required by treaty, shall in like manner be invested in vasiedjn U_ S_ stocks of the United States, bearing a like rate of interest. ¤¤¤¢k· Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the three clerks, authorized _CIerks authorby the act of June twenty-third, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, "t0 gg?! lm cf . . ,, · unc 1836. regulate the deposits of the public money, be, and hereby are, dxreeted ch_ H5, ,0 be to be retained and employed in the Treasury Department, as provided retained. in said act, until the state of the public business becomes such that their services can conveniently be dispensed with. Aprnovnn, September 11, 1841. Von. V.--59