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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 264,265. 1842. 545 sale, the date of the patent; and if any person or persons, pntcutees or assignecs, shall neglect to do so, he, she, or they, shall be liable to the Penalty for Same penalty, to be rccovcrcd and disposed of in the manner specified “°€*°°'· in the foregoing fifth section of this act. APPROVED, August 29, 1842. 0 CCLXIV A A cz ‘d f h J de 1 Smmz H` nn. .—- n c o rom 4 an or mso mz cisiom o tt u Caugt of me Umtejpsmmk) f 8 S mm ._A“g‘2°' 1842* Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the reporter who Repo",, ap, shui, from time to time, be appointed by the Supreme Court, shall be pointed by Suemided to receive from the Treasury of the United States, as an annual %‘;‘g£0*° compensation for his services, and for the copies of the annual volumes pe, ,,,;,um_ of the reports he is hereinafter required to deliver to the Secretary of State, the sum of thirteen hundred dollars: Provided, That the com- pmvim pcnsation shall not be paid unless the said reporter shall print and publish, or cause to be printed and published, the decisions of the said court, made during the time he shall act as such reporter, within six months after the said decisions shall be made: And provided also, That Further pm. he shall deliver to the Secretary of State, in lieu of the eighty copies of vi¤0· the annual reports which by former acts he was required to deliver, one hundred and fifty copies of the said reports, so printed and published, which said copies shall be distributed as follows, to wit.: to the Presi— pgsu-umu0n_ dent of the United States, the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, the judges of the district courts, the Attorney General of the United States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, the Postmaster General, the First and Second Comptrollers of the Treasury, the Solicitcr of the Treasury, the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Auditors of the Treasury, the Auditor of the General Post Officc, the '1`reasurcr of the United States, the Register of the Treasury, the Commissioner of the General Land Office, the Paymaster General, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the Commissioner of Pensions, the judges of the several territorial courts of the United States, the Governors of the Territories of the United States, the Secretary of the Senate for the use of the Senate, the Clerk of the House of Representatives for the use of the House of Representatives, and to the Commissioners of the Navy, each one copy; to the Secretary of the Senate for the use of the standing committees of the Senate, ten copies; And to the Clerk of the House of Representatives, for the use of the standing committees of the House, twelve copies; and the residue of said copies shall be deposited in the library of Congress, to become a part of the said library: And provided also, That the volumes of the decisions of the Supreme Pmviso. Court shall not be sold by the reporter to the public at large, for a greater price than five dollars for each volume. Sm:. 2. And be it further enacted, That in case of the death, resig- dh §¤§¢>*`¥¥}¤ nation, or dismission from office, of either of the aforesaid officers, the lfQ;e’mcg{vQ?ng said copies of the decisions of the Supreme Court shall belong tc, and me dccassom, be delivered up to their respective successors in said offices. A1=rxz0v1sn, August 29, 1842. ——-—- Srnurs II. Cum-. CCLXV...,/An Act making an appropriation for the erection of a murine A“€· 29- 1842- . hospital at or near Ocracoke, in Nbrlh Carolina. 1848 ch: 4_7_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the {£f‘{:;°;1”Q:{;;Q° United States of America in Congress assembzed, That the sum of ten Om site, (Sw.

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