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658 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 30, 31, 32. 1844. {QH ¤Px>li¢q¢i¤¤ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized to direct the names of

 any pensioners, resident in the State of Kentucky, to be transferred, on

Kentucky, their the application of such pensioner, from the agencies in the State of gzngyéggio Kentucky, to the agency in Cincinnati, in the State of Ohio. agency in 0in_ Am-novzn, May 23, 1844. cmnau. —--—— STATUTF I- Guan. XXX,-An Act relating to the port of entry in the district of Passama- May 31, 1344, quoddy, in the State q/' Maine. Port of entry Be it enacted, by the Senate and H cure of Representatives of the United ““d‘“ “°°°f States of America in Congress assembled, That the port of entry and hgarch 3’1803' delivery which now is or hereafter may be constituted by virtue of the . 26 e . 4, so be ii bait of fourth section of the act approved March third, one thousand eight hun- °""'Y l°" "°”‘ dred and three, shall while the same shall remain such, be also a port of sels and cargoes . ’ . . . from gap., of entry for ships and vessels and their cargoes, arriving from the Cape of Good Hope and Good Hope and from places beyond the same. b°Y°"d· Approved, May 31, 1844. STATUTE I. —-———— M¤Y 31»1844· CHAP: XXXL -—An dot to amend the judiciary act passed the fwentgfourth of September, one thousand seven hundred am] eightyminc. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 2f·'iY7ggS:g’°;,0 United States of America in Congress assembled, That final judgments Appear], ik, in any circuit court of the United States, in any civil action brought by Mm Circuit w the United States for the enforcement of the revenue laws of the United §€‘5;;"{]° g°f:° States, or for the collection of the duties due, or alleged to be due, on any cgvgfsuft merchandise imported therein, may be re·examined, and reversed or arising under affirmed in the Supreme Court of the United States upon writof error,

 ll:;;,, as in other cases, without regard to the sum or valuiz in controversy in

to [hg mn0,,m_ such action, at the instance of either party. Al'PROVED, May 31, 1844. Srnurr 1. ""*"‘ May 31, 1844. Cyn. XXXII.-dn Act making appropriations for certain farlyicalions ¢y" the ·····—·····‘ United States for the jiscal year beginning rm the jirsi day of July 1844, and [0b¤¤1¤¢¤-1 ending on me mmiem of June 1s4s. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _Appropria- States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, ¤°”¤· and they are hereby appropriated, to be paid outof any unappropriated money in the treasury, for the preservation, repairs, and construction of certain fortifications for the fiscal year beginning on the first day of: July, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, and ending on the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-five E Detroit. For defensive works near Detroit, Michigan, mcluding the sum of 1841, eh. 17. twenty-eight thousand two hundred and forty-five dollars, being a balance of a former appropriation which was subject to revert to the surplus fund on the tlnrty·lirst of December last, thirty-five thousand dollars; Buffalo. For defensive works near Bullialo, New York, including the sum of thirteen thousand five hundred dollars, being a balance of a former ap— 1841. eh. 17. propriation, which was subject to revert to the surplus fund on the thirty- first of December last twenty thousand dollars· Fort Ontario. For repairs of Fort, Ontario, N ew York, and preservation of its site, ten thousand dollars · {$9k** Cham .u`or fortifications ht the outlet of Lake Champlain, being part of a P m"' balance of fifty-eight thousand three hundred and eight dollars and ten cents of a former appropriation, which was subject to revert to the sur- 18% ch- ]7~ plus fund on the thirty-first of December last, forty thousand dollars; Governor-’s For repairs of fortifications on Governor’s Island, Boston harbor, and the “'°"d· purchase of the portion of the island not now owned by the United States, including the sum of seven thousand four hundred and twenty-seven