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752 'I`WEN’FY—EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess.1I. Ch. 71. 1845. exportation, and shall state that the same identical goods contained in the said manifest had been landed at such foreign port, and duly entered at the custom—house there, and that the duties imposed by the laws in force at such port upon the said goods had been paid, or secured to be aid, in full; and the said exporters shall also produce the aihdavit of iJhe master of the vessel in which the said goods were exported, that the same identical goods specified in the manifest granted at the time of such exportation had been carried to the port naplied in the clearance or manifest, and had been landed and entered at the custom-house, and that the duties imposed thereon at the said foreign port had been paid, 0; spqcuredl to be paid 'apd that the gioods rpferreld po in the certghcate 0 the co ector or c IC revenue officer o suci oreign port erein mentioned, were the same identical goods described in the manifest aforesaid, and in the said affidavit. Goods export- Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That no goods, wares or merchan- 32, *3*5 dise, exported according to the provisions of this act, shall be voluntabeing brzgghlin rily landed or brought into the United States; and on being so landed imo the U. S. or brought into the United States, they shall be forfeited; and the same proceeding shall be had for their condemnation, and the distribution of the proceeds of their sales, as in other cases of forfeiture of goods ille- Penalty to gally imported. And every person concerned in lthe yoluntary landing l"""S°“s C"' or brin inc such croods into the United States shal be iable to a enalt 06m6d' of fourgliuiidred dollars. P y Two and a Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That from the amount of duties g;g,;°:0°f)’;‘}§f‘ upon any goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United Served by cor- States, and which shall be exported according to the provisions of this lectors for the act, there shall be deducted two and a half per centum of such amount, U““‘*d b"““· which shall be retained by the respective collectors for the use of the United States, and the residue only shall be the drawback to be paid to the exporters of such goods, wares and merchandise. Sec. Treas. to Sec. 11. And be it furtlzcr enucied, That the Secretary of the Treal-°;fi‘;?;"§,:'“lf,;S Sury is hereby further authorized to prescribe such rules and regulations, act gmoyepicg not inconsistent with the laws of the United States, as he may deem necessary to carry into eflect the provisions of this act, and to prevent the illegal re-importation of any goods, wares, or merchandise which shall Acts repealed. have been exported as herein provided; and that all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act be, and the same are hereby, repealed. Approved, March 3, 1845. Snrvrn II: —·—··· March 3, 1845. CHAP. LXXI.-An .0ct making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic ex "°_"`“'"" penscs of the Government for the year ending the thirticlh June, eighteen hum drcd and forty-six, and for other purposes. Be it cnnctcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the fggpzoppppons United States of America in Ciongress assembled, That the following Ending §u,m 30 sums be, and hereby are, appropriated to the objects hereinafter expressisrw, ’ 6d, Y0? the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the Treasury, viz: (_;0,,gmss_ HFor ciorppcnsation and mileage of Senators and Members of the ouse o epresentatives and Delc ates, five hundred thousand dollars. Oiiicers. For compensation of the officers gud clerks of both Houses of Congress, thirty-two thousand and ten dollars and fifty cents. For compensation of three clerks employed in the office of the Secretary of the Senate, under resolutions of the Senate, four thousand five hundred dollars. cgpntgilgppg Sago; statipnplily, fuelépsipfing, and all other contingent expenses of the " · 21 e, six y thousand dollars.