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'JXKPABTMKNT OPTJIK INTKRIOK,
X Diitid tatm riravr Orrufe. j
,0a Use aatltUa of toraa L. Lartnrta. af Oafari.
PJWli farlaa asUiilaa of a paUal frtaU4 ta
atM ti tk Ha 4y or Ottar, lUt, rta4 taa
Mh r Mr, 18U, for ta laipraf ! la "Baa Hit ,'
far Nfii raara froai Iha atplraUaa of aali MUtLwkUh
) erdtrtd taat Ikaaal4 jwlllloata aaar at IM
TWt Ofla oa MOHPAT, taa lTth day f taaUaiaar,
lM,tt It o'clock m.) aa4 alltwraaaa ara aatllaila
appay aa4 itow MM. If aaj thcjr kara, war U pa
tllioi oif bt lot to U iraata4. " '
'Paraaai ppt.tltf taa aataailoa ara raqalraal ta flU Ik
taa PaUal oiea tlali akjaalloaa, paetallrMt (rtk la
VriUaa , at laaal twmty 4ara Ufora taa 4ar aC aaarlafl I
alt taaUatoay tl4 kr altaar prtj,to b.i4 at taa aali
kaat1af,naflt kataaaaaad tranaaiHtad laaeaordaaca
with taa ralaa af taa aafea, wklak will U faraUkad aa
aaplleattaa. - - t
7 Papoaltloaa & other paaara.rallad apoa M aatt
Mar. Mail ka flU) la tba oaUo iwtmty dart kafora lfc
4tf of aaartaf I tka ariamaaU, If aar. wlAU (M daya
alurtllaa IhataaUiaoar. .
Ordarad, alw.lbat UU padH k pabllakai ta taa Xa
rcW4 aid Ika InitWgtnctr, Wukla(toa( D. a, aid
la aa 0mtMrefnl,Clatlaaal, Ohio, eaa a vaafc for
tkra aaaaatialra waaka taa trtl af ald pakltaatloaa ta
ka al laaai alslj dara prailaaa to taa 4ar of kaariaa.
. . , T. O. TUIaKIB.
. Ooanalaaloaar of Pataaia,
r. i.ldltoraaf tba akara'papara will vlaaaa aopr.
aad aaad tbalr kllla to lha lUalOflaa, wttk a paaar
aaatalaiax iku aotiea. jjo-tiwiw
TKPAIlTMKNrOP TOR INTEHIOR,
J Uairaa ItATia rirmt Orriot,
WAHivaTOV, Jalir 0, 1H4.
.-i Oa tba patltloa af Oldaa JIUkola, of WaatBosbarr.
MaaaMhaaatta, praylaf for tka axUailoo of a pataaf
raatad t htm QetoUr It, 1MJ, to ifkuk adduioaat
laiproTaiati wra aaaaod March , 1844, for aa la
vrTMil ta arlB4lat atllla,' ' for aaraa vaara from
. Ika asplrattaa af aaid alt, wklak talaa plarp oa tba
ltth Uj of OaloWr, ISM t
rl erdcrtd that tba aald patltloa ka kaard at tka
Ataat OSca aa atOXDATi Ika 4th day of SopUnbar
ast, at 11 o'clock n aAdaJlparaoaa aro aoillod ta
appaa? aa4aboweaaaa.tr air tborbaTttVbf said poflv
lloa offtl aM to ka iraatad.
Paraoaa oppoalai tka axtaaloa ara raqalrad ta lla la
lbrataatuplealhalr objoctloaa, aotlallj aalfor.Vta
wrltlar, at Itaat ftemp dara kafara tba day al baarlBf (
all taatliaoay Iliad by aUkar party, to ka aaad at Ika
aal4 haarlaa'. unt bo Ukti a,a4 ttftoantttad ! aaoard
Iaaoa wltbtbaralaaof tba oOaa, which will ka far
, iubfld aa apailaaUoa.
I Dapoallloaa aid olkar ptjHira, tallad apoa M tottl-
tpoay, maal ka Had la tba oqea f vcnfu dara kafora tba
day or hctHif ! Iba arcanoata. If aay. wltbla tt daya
Ordorad, alao, tkat tkla aotloa ka pikltabad ta tka
EtrtraLif Al aad tka fat tonal InUUtptnow, Waahlai
laarloaatoko at laaal alt It dara pratloaa to tka
Say of baarlaf,
A tin ComntutoBat f P&UkU.
f. B Wltora ortkaaboTO papara wilt plaaaa aopy,
aad aoadthatrblllatotbo la;aat OSca With a papar
aoatalatar IbU aotteo. (ylMawtw
DKPABTMENT OP THH INTERIOR,
Uxitid Statu Patmt Orrtc,
WAaauoTov, Jaaa tt, 1806.
Oa Iba patltloa of L. ,0. 0. WUhart,of rbUadal
pbla, raaiaylraala, praytaa for Iba oatoaaloa of a
r ataat fraatad to him oa lha 15th day of Oclukar,
100. for aa Improfauaat 1a"Dodafr Oraamaatlaa;
Battlaa, for aaraa yoara from tka axplratloa af aald
palaat, wblab lakaa place oa tka 1Mb day of Ottobor,
It la 'ordorad that Iba aatd potlUoa ka kaard at tka
Fatoat OOlao aa MOHDAT, tko lib day of Ootobar bob!,
at II o'clock, w. i aid all paranaa ara aottlad to appaar
aad show caaaa,lf aaylhay karo, why aald potlUoa
aajbt aot to ka rrutw,
Paraoaa oppooTif lha axtaaaloa ara raqalrad to tla la
tba Palaaaiifioa tbalr ebjaetloaa, apoclally aat forth la
wrtttaf , at laaat f wnfy daya kVora tba day of baartai t
all tMttnoaytlod by aUhor party, to bo aaad at tba
aald: haarlar maatka Ukaa tad Uaiamlttad la aeaor4
wHh tka raioa of thaonoo. which will ko far
alabad aa appltaalloa.
itiDaooaUloia 4 oil
ttOapoaUloaa aa4 atkar papara, tallad apoaaatoitl
moiy( maal bo tied la tba oBeo I ittnt jr daya bofora tba
4ayorhoariagt lha ar f amaatat If aay,'Wllhiafit daya
aftor lllia tba Uallmair m
lOrdarod, alao. that thla aotloa bo pvblUhod ta tba Ba-
fVBUoii aad tba ltlUgtcer, Waabtitoi( D. C, aid
a itha Jforth Atiuriean. rbtladatpata, naaaylraala,
kaea'awaak foVtbraa taeoonlTaTWoakt tka flnt of
aatd pahlleiUoaa ttfka at laaat Uixty dava ri4oaa to
tkoiday orkoarlar. - T.b. THXAKBB;
L Comulaaloaar of Falaata.
P. 8. Vdltora of tba abora papara will pUaaa copy,
aatt aald tkalfkltla' to Ibd Fatoat OQca with a paper
foatalalactbla aotlo.r orwtw
YSHl'ARTMHNT OP THM INTPIOI..
I Dvrrto BrATia PitifT Orftct,
Oa Ibo patltloa of Llaaa Vla, Jr., pf Kaw York V.T.
praylaa for Iba aitootloa of a patent grantaj to Mm ob
Iba l&tb day or October, 1SSS, far aa InpruTamaat la
" BHIIIICIIIWI a71Ba IUI vva( bbi, nans, ,
ota,," for aaraa yaara from tba expiration of aaid
patent, wblehtakaa place ob the 19tk day of October,
It 'la ordered that the aald petttloa ka beard at tka
Patent Offlea oa MONDAY, the lit day of October acxt,
at It o'clock m f aad all peraoba are notified to appear
aad chow canto, If aay they bare, why aald potlUoa
ii DdHlB. Jl.a 1. a . tf. ttB s.i uf.ii. ir-tA.
) iui w v ffinatvu.
the Peteat Office their oblectloae, apaclally act forth In
wiltlnr, at lanal twenty daya kafora the day of keaiiaf,
all teatlmoay tied by either parly, to be aaad at the
aald hearing, maal bo takea and traaamUted la accord
aace wltk the ralea of the offlee, which will bo far
Dapoalttona aad other papara, rolled apoa aa teatl
taoay, moat be died la the ofleo rtoeny dayt before Ibo
day of beartag t the argameaU, If aay, wltbla fen daya
alter filing the laatlmoar.
Ordered, alao, that tbla aotlea ko pobllahod la Iba
BartTBMCAi aid lha Imitlltgtnctr, Wuhlagtoa, D, 0
and la the rimf, New York, M. Y., oaoa a week for
three eaeceaalre weoka the drat of aatd pabtlcatloae to
bo at lout alxtr daya prarloaa to the dayof beartag.
V ' T80MA8 U A fit AND, '
V. Acttirf Cimwtfcaar tj PRtanla.
P. 8 ldltora of the nWo papora wlll.pleaib copy,
aaflaeadUalrblUatothe ratant OfflW wHlh a Trr
eoaUlalag thla BOtlee. JylS-wJ
El'ABTKNT op TUB INTPI,I0R,
Cjmtip Btatm PifRiT Orpirg,
Oatbapetllloaof Paler Oelaer, of Qraaaeaatle, Pa,,
fraying Ut tba exuaaloa of a patent granted to him ob
bo l&tb day of October, 1MJ, for aa tmprorameii la
'aralaBparatora," for aerea yoara from thaexplra
tloaot aald patent, which Ukaa place oa the ltth day
of October, 1S0O, ,
It la ordered tint the aald patltloa be kaard at Ibo
PeUdI Office on MONDAY, the let day of October aext,
at 11 o'clock, n. aad all paraoaa are notified to appear
aad abow canae, tf aay they bare, why aald potltloa
ooaht not to be g ranted.
Ptraoaa oppoalag the exteoaloa ara raqalrad to file la
the Patent OBec Uelr objection, apealally eat forth la
writing, at laaat twenty daya before the day of hearing,
all testimony filed by either party, to bo need at the
aald beartag, tonal be lakaa and traiaulttod la accord
aaca wltk the ralea of the offlee. which will ba far
f Uej&amqie a4 ft'ber pipera, rejted apqa aa teatl
moay, moil bo filed la offlee ttptnty daya before lb
4y of hearing Ibo argamenta,lf any, wiblnln dayi
after filing the leatlmony. .
OrJeref, alao, that thla lottae do pabllabed la th
Bifvblioab aad tba Inttlliotnotr, Weahlaglon, P 0. ,
and la the Meed? Ilia BipublUmn, Ta., oaee a weak for
three eaeceaalre weeka ( the Orel of ea'd pakireatloaa to
be at leat elxly daya prarlone to the day of beartag.
Acting Comnilaaloaer or Patent c.
P. B EJltora of the abora papara will pleaae copy,
and aend tblr bllla to the. Patent Offlea with a paper
ooatalnlag.tbla notice. Jytff.lawJw
wiiuiiaioi. juiv liawt.
TllSl'AlrTMKNT OP THB INTERIOR,
1 J? r"T ' 'DgiTaiBTTiaPATliVOrrioi,
W4BBIIUTOI, Joly 3, .W4.
Oa the petition of D. P. Allen, of Adtina.Mauaehnictla,
prayiag for tka eitenaloa or a pateQt granted to him
oa the 19th day or October, 1023 for an finproremeBt la
Tool for Catling Page oat of Uot Bolee1 for eerea
yaara from the expiration of aald patent, wbleb tak.a
place oa tba lth day or October, Had,
It la ordered that the aald petition be beard al the
Patent Offlee on MOKDAY, tba let day or October
acxt, at 13 o'clock m. l aad all peraona are notified to
appear and ahow canae, If any they hare, why aald pe
tlitoa ongbt not to be granted.
Peraona opposing the exteoaloa ara repaired to file ta
th Patent Offlee Ibelr objectloaa, apeolally act forth la
writing, at laaat iwnty daya before th day of bearlag j
alllesPmony Iliad By either parly, to be oacd at tb
aald bearing, moat be taken and traaanltlad la accord
aace wltk the ralea of tha offlea, which will b rar
klahed on application.
pcpoaltloni aad other papara, relied apoa aa tetl
moay, maal belled I lb otfn Utttnty dare before
tba day of hearing) lb argQmla,ir any, within lea
daya eUer filing the Uitlmony. '
Ordered, alao, Ibat tbla notice be pahttahed ) the
SxrcauoAi, and the Inttlltqtnoer, Waahlngloa, D.C.,
aad la the Bptlagfleld Jttpulitean, XIaaaaebnaalt,oac
a wek rortbre aaccaaalva weeka) tha Brat or aald
Sabllcatlona to b at laaat alxty dare I"'!'"" to the
ay or hearing. m KaTBiAJCIB,
Commlaalooer or Patent.
P.I Xdltonof Ikeabore papara will plauaaopy,
aad aaad Ibelr bllla loth Pataal Ofletwltba paper
eoitalalag thla aotlea. J jd-lawJw
OTIOB TO TAX. PAYERS.
With lUaiiTiii'i Orrici, 1
Owft.r. of prop.rlr for vhlcli w.U
uorpoi.iitfB oi niioiBiioa iwDii.iaeiaaft.il prop. nr
wltbla lb. altr hnll. wbl.b toaebM o. toy v..o.t
lrat or alloy U wblob a laala watorplpa U laid) aro
oroby rotalodod Uat Ibo prlrlloi a af d.daotloa of oil
par cnl. fro i Ibo araaaal af Ibo u HUH oa aad aflor
Ul laal da St Ikl prl)l aioatb,
7' U9iiT MIS!, W, R,
; ijfe--. $m mm : i&fflmr:
o?mm al tk. Slttt ImoIm .r'lk. TMrti-'
Tht, action; one; hundred and Ifty-cight
bfl amended bv itriklno ont all aftpr ihn m.
acting claote and .ineettlngfn lien thereof
""" iwiwwuigi 111a. any periQa or persons
who shall make,"ilgn, or fane, or who" shall
canto to be "made; signed, br lssned, any In
strument, document, or paper of any kind or
description whatsoeTcr,or shall acceptne
gotiate, or pay, or came : to be accepted, ne
gotiated, or paid, any bill 'of Exchange, draft,
or order, or promissory note for the payment
of money,, without "the -same beta duly
stamped, or baring thereupon an adhcslro
stamp for denoting the tax, chargeable there
on, and cancelled In the manner rcantred bv
law, with Intent to erade the' proriilons of
this act, snail, for erery inch offence, forfeit
the sura of fifty dollars, and such instrument,
document, or paper, bill, draft, order, or note,
not being stamped according to law, shall bo
deemed InTalld and of no ettect : Provided,
That the title of a'purchaser'of land by ojeed
duly stamped shall not be defeated or affected
by the want of n proper stampoe any deed con
.Teyingaald land py any person from, through,
or under' whom his crantor claims or holds
, title: jind provided further, That hereafter.
in an easea wnere me party naa not amxed
to any instrument the stamp required by law
thereon, at the time of making or issnlngtho
aaid Instrument, and be or they, or any party
baring an Interest therein, shall he subse
quently desirous of afSilpg such stamp to
said Instrument, or if said instrument be lost,
to a copy thereof, he' or they shall appear
before the collector of the revenue of 'the
proper district, who shall, upon the payment
of the nrico of the nrocer stamn renuired bv
I law, and of a penalty of fifty dollars, and
where the whole amount of the tax denoted
dv tqo sump requires snau execeu me sum
of fifty dollars, on payment also of Interest,
at the rate of six per centum on said tax from
the day on which such stamp ought to hare
been affixed, affir the proper stamp to such
Instrument or copy, and note upon the mar
gin thereof the date of hit so doing, and the
fact that such penalty has been paid: and
the same shall thereupon be deemed and
held to be as valid, to all Intents and pur
poses, as if stamped when made er lssned :
And provided further, That where it shall
appear to aald collector, upon ' oath or other
wise, to his satisfaction that any inch Instru
ment haa not been duly stamped at the time
of making or issuing the same, by reason of
accident, mistake, inadvertence, or urgent
necessity, and without any wilful design to
defraud the United States of the stamp, or to
erado or delay the payment thereof, then
and in rich cue, If such 'Instrument, or, 'if
me original pe lost, a copy tnereoi amy cer
tified by the officer having charge Ot any
records In which inch original Is required to
be recorded, or otherwise doly proven to' the
satisfaction of the collector, shall, within
twere calendar month! after1 the first day of
Xugust, eighteen' hundred and sixty-six, or
wfthift twelve calendar months after the
making or Issuing 'thereof, be brought to
tte'sald collector of revenue to be stamped,
and the' stamp tax chargeable thereon shall
be paid, it shall be lawful for tho said col
lector to remit the ponalty aforesaid, and
to cause such Instrument tone duly stamped,
And when the original instrument, or
a certified or duly proved copy thereof,
as aforesaid, duly stamped so aa to entitle
the same to be recorded, shall be presented
to the clerk, register, recorder, or other
officer having charge of the original record,
It shall be lawful for such officer, upon the
payment of the fee legally chargeable for the
recording thereof, to make a new record
thereof, or, to note upon tho original record
the fact that the error or omission in the
stamping of said original Instrument has
been corroded pursuant to law; and the
original instrument or such certified copy or
the record thereof may be used in all courts
and places, In tho same manner and with
like effect as if the Instrument had been
originally stamped: And provided further,
That In all cues where, the party has not
affiled the stamp required by ,1a w upon any
instrument made, signed, or issued, at a time
when and at a place where no collection dis
trc;'Wfl established, It sbal bo lawful for
liiro 05 (hem; or any parly haying ap inter
est therein, to affix the nroDcrsUmn thereto.
or if the original be lost, to a copy thereof;
fHld tho Instrument, or copy jo whloh the
roper stamp has been thus affixed prior to
the first day of January, ope thousand eight
hundred ofid sixty-seven, and tho rooonl
thereof, shall be as valid, jo ail intents and
purposes, as if stamped by the collootor In
the manner hereinbeforo provided. Hut no
right acquired In good faith before the
stamping of such Instrument or copy thereof,
and tho recording thereof, as herein pro
vided, If such record be required by law,
shall in any manner be effected by such
stamping as aforesaid,
That seotlen onp hundred and- sixty-three
be afnteded by striking out all after the eu
acting clause' apd Inserting In lieu thereof
the fpllowingi Tint hereafter no. deed, instru
ment, document, writing, or paper, required
by lav to be stamped, which 1ms boon signed
or issued without being duly stamped, or
with a deficient stamp, nor any copy thereof,
shall be recorded, or admitted, or used as
evldenco In any court unl" 'cKa' 'tamp or
stamps, denoting the amount of tax, .shall
have Been affixed thereto, as prescribed by
lawi JVoyi'fff (I, That, any power, of attorney,
conveyance, or document of any kind, raado
or pqrpor'ipg to be made "In any foreign
country to bo used In the VnU4 States, shall
pay the same tax as is required by law on
similar Instruments or documents when mode
or issued in tho United States; and tba party
to whom the same is Issued, or by whom it
is to be used, shall, before using the same,
affix thereon the stamp or stamps indicating
the tax required.
That section one hundred and sixty-fire bo
amended by striking out all after tho enact
ing clause and inserting in lieu thereof tho
following: That if any person, firm, coropuny,
or corporation shall make, prepare, and sell.
or remoye fof consumptipn or sale, qngs,
cles, or tl
orwax tapers, and playing cards, end also
Inoludlng prepared mustards, preserved
meats, nsn, sneu-nsn, iruits, vegetaoies,
sauces, sirups, Jams, and jellies, when packed
or sealed in cans, bottles, or other single
packages, whether of domeitio manufacture
or imported, upon which a duty or tax is
imposed by law, as enumerated and men
tioned in schedule 0, without affixing thereto
an adhesive stamp or label denoting the tax
before mentioned, ho or they shall Incur a
penalty of fifty dollars for every omljslon to
uBx such stamp.
That lection one hundred and sixty-nine
bo amandjd. by striking out all after tjia, eft.
OflUUl AaTlaMi. aljllae r..,.tlT.
actmVUause and Inserting In Hen thereof
auMuwiiig muni, auy fivrBUU .uo 0UO.il
offer or expose for sale any1 of the articles
named In ichedulo 0, Or In any amendments
thereto.-whether: the articles so offered or ex
posed are Imported ot are of foreign or do
mestic manuiacture, snau oe aeeinca mo
manufacturer thereof, and subject to aluhe
duties, liabilities, and penalties Imposed by
law In reirard to the sale of domestic artielm
without the use, of the proper stamp or
stamps acnoung toe ,tax paiu tnercon, and
all such articles imported, or of foreign man
ufacture, shall, In addition to tho Import du
ties Imposed on the same, be subject to the
stamp tax, respectively, prescribed in sched
ule u, aa aioresaia: rrovtaed, That when
such Imported articles, except playing cards,
luclfer or friction matches, cigar lights, and
wax tapers, shall be sold In tho original and
unbroken package In which the bottles or
other enclosures were packed by the manu
facturer, the .person so selling said articles
hall not bo subject to any penalty' on ac
count of the want of the proper stamp.
.That achedule B, preceding section one
hundred, and seventy-one, bo amended by
It; ikU-g out all after, tho paragraphs relating
tp" ganger's returns" and "measurer's re
turns;" and, by striking out all from "receipts
lor tho payment of any sum of moncv." down
to "weigher's returns, If of a weight not ex.
ceeding Ore thousand pounds, ten cents; ex
ceeding five thousand' pounds, twenty-five
cenU.'Mncluslve, and Inserting in lieu thereof
the following: Receipts for any sum of money,
or for the payment of any debt, exceeding
twenty dollar In amount, not being lor the
satisfaction of any mortgage or judgment or
decree of any cburt, or by endorsement on
any stamped obligation in acknowledgment
of Its fulfilment, for, each receipt two cents:
Provided, That when moro than ono signa
ture is affixed to the same paper, ono or
more stamps may be affixed thereto repre
senting the whole amount of the stamp re
quired for such signatures; and that the term
money, aa herein used, shall be held to in
clude drafts and other instruments given for
tnepayment 01 money.
That schedule I), nrecedincr section nun
hundred and screnty-one, be amended by In
serting, immeaiaieiy prcceaing me proriso
relating to stamps on mortgages, the follow
ing: Upon erery assignment or transfer of a
mortgage tse same stamp tax upon the
amount remaininir unpaid thereon a. ta hom.
In Imposed npon a mortgage for tho same
amount Also by striking out the words
"mortgage or" In said proviso. Also by In
serting me woros "domestic and Inland bills
of lading and" after "than" and before
"those" in the first line of said schedule.
That schedule B be amended, under the
head of contract, by striking out the words
following?: "Stocks, bonds." and "hnlo. nf
hand." Also, hy inserting under the head of
vvmink, itcr miu nuiua lur cucu note Or
memorandum of sale, ten cents," the words
following: Hill or memorandum of tbo sale
or contract for the sale or stocks, bonds, gold
or stlver'bullion, coin, promissory notps, or
other securities, shall nav & stamn tar at-t a
rate provided In section ninety-nino.
(To b. C0ntinu.1l.
rcauc No. 1711
An Act to sqpnly dcflcicnclesln the appro-
? Hat'ons for the seprloe of the fiscal year
nding Juno thirty, eighteen hundred and
sixty-six, and for other purposes.
Be if enacted by the Senate and Home of
Repreientativet of the United Utatee of
America in Congren assembled, That the
following sums bo, and the same are hereby,
appropriated to supply deficiencies in the
appropriations for the fiscal year ending the
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six,
out of any money In tho treasury not
For contingent expenses of tho executive
office, includmg stationery thereof, four thou
Office of the First Comptroller:
For the cmnlovracnt of temnorarv rlerL
In said office, two thousand fire hundred dol
Office of Comptroller of tho Currency:
1 or compensation of tho Comptroller, dep-
my uuinmrjuuer, ' cicras, messengers, anu la.
borers, thirty thousand dollars.
Fp. r contingent expenses, rli: For station
ery, miscellaneous expenses, and nostaee.
and renewing furniture and cases in the odico,
one thousand dollars.
For stationery for tho Treasury Depart
I sand dollars.
ment anu 11s rarious oureans. twentv thou.
tor souineast executive .building, includ
in tho extension, viz:
For contingent expenses, viz: For fuel.
labor, light, and miscellaneous items, twenty
For rent of buildings for tho accommodo
tlon of clerks who cannot be accommodated
in the Treasury building, five thousand dol
DEPARTMENT Of THE INTERIOR.
Fof additional compensation for the As
sistant ciecrciary, lire nuuoreu dollars,
For compiling and supervising the liicn
njol flcgisteri five hundred dollars.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
For additional compensation to thrco As
sistant roBtmastcrs (lencral, at five hundred
dollars each, fifteen hundred dollars.
For compensation of the additional clerks
in tho l'ost Odlco Department, author! jed to
be appointed bv act of Uoneress ounroved
February slxtecn(h, eighteen 'hiiuui.ed' and
slxty-afti forty-four, thousand two hundred
uouars, ior aa nscai year eucung anno thir
tieth eighteen hundred and sixty-seven.
For contingent expenses, flvo thousand
For twenty per centum additional to tho
salaries of female clerks employed In the
l'ost Offlco Department, as per act of Juno
twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and slty-fonr,
for tho fiscal vear endinir Jivio thirtieth.
eighteen hundred and sixty-six,' four thousand
dollars: Provided, That from and after Juno
thirtieth, eighteen hundred'and sixty-six, tho
regular compensation of tho feraalo folders
in the Dead Letter offico shall bo at tho rate
of fifty dollars per month.
f or jwenty per centum, additional to the
salaries of (he laborers employed in tho l'ost
VJnico jieimruueiu, anu nam irom mo con
tingent fund, for tho fiscal year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred uud sixty-six, two
thousand and forty dollars.
For compensation of attorney for the
eastern district of JVcw York, from March
twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty.
nve, to uune inirticm, eiguieru nunureo and
sixty-six, two hundred and fifty-fire dollars
and fifty-five cents.
For mall steamship service between the
United States .and linuil, from November
first, eighteen hundred sixty-five, to June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one
hundred thousand dollars, or 10 much there
of ai may be due.
Fer cvmptnroton of Oiree xyntobmen for
ilLBzftiJlh nm' .?MwyMtk a txirtv; y:
WASHrNOTONITY. D. ft. TflURSDAYJUORNINO,,
p.p.rf.t.tlU (.fti .bl,.h.i
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the iotnf of the Capitol at seven hundred
and twenty dotlara each, for tho fiscal year
ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and
sixty-seven,) twenty-two hundred, and sixty
dollars. , .' ,
For navy, hospital al Washington, District
of Columbia, thirty thousand dollars.
The compensation of the deputy solicitor
of the Court of Claims shall be, from and
after June .thirty", eighteen hundred and
klxty-slx, three thousand and five hundred
uonare, payable quarterly out of any money
In the treasury not otherwise, appropriated.
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
To supply the deficiency for salaries and
commissions of registers and receivers of the
district land offices for the year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six,
forty thousand dollar..
For salary of marshal of the) eastern dis
trict 01 new xork.rrom March twenty
second, eighteen hundred .and sixty-five, to
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty
six, two hundred and fifty-five dollars and
fifty-five cent. '
PUBLIC BUILDINOS AND GROUNDS.
To complete the sewer thrnnrh th. hni.nl,.
garden, fifteen thousand dollars: Provided,
That the Commissioner of Publio Buildings
uxibuihuh iur iru wecas ior scaiea pro
posals for the performance of such work and
the furnishing of materials therefor In the
two newspapers In the city or Washington
authorized to xrnblish the official ilrrHl.n.
ments, and at'.ue expiration of such time,
on a day to be specified In such advertise-
nent, toe- proposals snau De opened by the
Commissioner of Public Buildings in the
presence of the Secretary of the Interior, and
the work shall be then let to tho person who
shall hare offered to do the same and furnish
the materials at tho lowest rates and aggre
gate, and who shall glre proper security for
tho performance of his contract; and the
Commissioner of Public Buildings Is hereby
required tp report to Congress at the com
mencement of the next session a full .fni a.
mem or tne expenditure of tho present and
pus. uuuruuriaiionB ior tail wnrir. with thn
rates that hare been paid for work and ma
terials unucr cacn appropriation.
To enable the Commissioner of Public
Buildings to reconstruct the lower water
closets of the Supreme Court-room; to place
marble around tho furnace register, by way
of protection, and to make such other im
provements aa the Chief Justice of the Court
may desjre, one thousand fire hundred dol
lars. To repair tho planking and for other re
pairs to long bridge, over the Potomac,
three thousand dollars.
For iron teats for the public grounds, one
To enable the Oomiqlssioper of Public
Buildings to make such alterations in the
arrangement of the business offices In the
President's house aa the Pmiifent m.v .fa-
sire, two thousand dollars.
t or repair of one or tho green-houses at
the President's, fire hundred dollars.
For annual repairs of the President's
house, six thousand dollars, for the year end
ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
To completo tho repairing and furnishing
of tho President's home, twenty thousand
To meet a deficiency in lichtinc IIri.tr.,
-.i tni. ... . ,..- . .. ?. ..
uuu .iiaii Bireuis. ucurirciown. ior ihq tnrpn
months or tho last fiscal year, eleren him.
To so alter the roof-rrattera at (tin I'mal.
dent's house as to prevent Injury by orcr-
iiun ui vruicr, tnree tuousanu aouars.
For the additional twenty per centum
compensation to tho messenger of the Court
of Claims from January twenty-ninth to
uuuu uiirueiu, eigniecn nunurcd and sixty,
six, sixty-seven dollars and tucntv cents.
To ventilate the bath-room of the House
01 itcprcscntatlrcs, two hundred dollars.
To alter and repair the bnilJititr In thn
city of Philadelphia belonging to tbo United
States, known as the Pennsylvania Bank
building, so as to render it suUablo for the
occnpancV'of the appraisers connected with
the customs at Philadelphia, under the. di
rection 01 ni secretary 01 mo treasury,
ttYemy mtiuauuu ulnars,
For the general Incidental expenses of In
dian scrvlco In Nevada, presents of goods,
ugncuiturai implements ana oincr usciul
articles, and to assist them to locate In per
manent abodes and sustain themselves by
tho pursuits of civilized life, to be expended
under tho direction of tho Hecrctury of the
Interior, twenty-tiro thousand dollars; of
wnicn amount tne sum or nine thousand
scrcn hundred and twenty-threo dollars shall
bo paid to James AV. Nye, late governor and
superintendent of Indian affairs for Nevada,
:or uaianco louna ane mm,
For additional compensation to the nub-
Ushers of tho Statutes at Xafge, twciity-rbhr
hnndrcd and' flrtyi'6yen"dollars and twenty.
To tiov tho salary of Kdword Jarvls. from
January first, eighteen hundred and sixty
fire, to May thirty-first, eighteen hundred
and sixty-fire, for digesting the facts as to
mortality and diseases, collected by the cen
sus marshals in eighteen hundred and sixty,
seven hundred and fifty dollars.
To enable tho Secretary of Slalo to re
move his offlco and contents, twenty-five
thousand dollars, m' addition to 'the sum
To enable the Secretary of War to make
tho nav of tho persons cmnloved at anv tlmn
during tde last fiscal year as temporary
clerks in tho ofilco of tho Quartermaster Gen
eral, or any division thereof, equal to the pay
of Orst-olass clerks, which Is hereby directed,
such sum as may be necessary for this pur-
To enable Iho Secretary of the Interior to
pay tho rcasonublo cost and expenses actually
paid or incurred by tho delegates of tho
southern Clicrokccs 111 coining to and going
from Washington, uud during their stay in
and about tho negotiation upon the forma
tion of treaties of peace and amity wjth tha
Indian tribes, a sum not execedintr ten'thnu.
sand dollars; ilroi'i'??, That said sum liall
bo refunded to tho Treasury from the pro
ceeds of tho sales of tho Cherokee neutral
lands In Kansas,
Sro. 2. And be it further enacted. That
for Increased compensation of the chief Ins.
tfco and associate justices or tho supreme
court or tho District of Columbia, authorized
by the second section of the net of June first,
eighteen hundred and slxty-eix, from tho first
uay 01 unno, eignioen nunureo and sixty-six,
to tho thirtieth- day of June, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-six, the sura of three hundred
and seventy-four' dollars and sixty-five cents
Is hereby appropriated.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That
tho sum of thirty-two thousand dollars be.
and Is hereby, appropriated ta enable the
Secretary of the Interior to quiet the title of
the occu,pant M 'the following lands, con.
veycu oy tne united Htatsi to Joseph Rich.
uruYillei vipior, anu. ugisna mcua.ru.viU!,
AUGUST 2. 18.
I. Ikl. Pip., k Al,o.,r ., TUB PaBIIDUT.
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njor, by treaty at 8lnt fery's, October sixth,
eighteen hundred and eighteen, to wit: The
west nan 01 section number twenty-six, (26,)
the east half or section numbeet twenty-eight,
(38,) and section number twenty-ieven, (27)
of township five south, range four cast, lying
in the county of Auglalro and State of Ohio.
.8 " nd b " further enacted, That
whereas doubts havo arisen whether the
fourth section Of the act annrn.iwt M.l,
thirds eighteen hundred and sixty-fire, en-
4IaJ lll ..1 a- . . '..
"u Jioca to amena an act' to prorlde
Internal rcrenuo to support tho government,
to pay Interest on tho public debt, and for
other purposes, approved Juno thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and slxty-four," authorized
disburses; agents to disburse other moneys
thanthoeeapproprlatod In the said fourth sec
tion: therefore, for the purpose of removing
such doubts and declaring the true Intent and
meaning of said fourth section, the said
fourth section shall be deemed, held, and
construed aa being and remaining In full force
and effect from and aftr IK il.lp.l J. r
March, eighteen hundredand sixty-fire, mitllj
miu eauiu suan nare ueen modified or re-
pemcu, anu as eutnoruing too disbursement
throuirh such airents of tnnnev. hrtnfn
appropriated, and that may hereafter be ap
propriated, for the payment of the lawM ex
penses Incident to carrying Into effect the
rarious acts relative to the assessment and
collection of the internal revenues; and all
bonds and obligations heretofore entered into
by collectors of Internal revenue as disburs
ing agents shall be binding and 'obligatory
npon such collectors and their sureties, aa
well in respect to moneya which have been
or may hereafter be received by said collec
tors as such disbursing agents as to moneys
appropriated in the said fourth section.
Bc. S. .dnd be it further enacted. That
the Capitol police and two policemen at the
Exccutlvo Mansion shall be entitled to tho
Increased compensation allowed by law to
officers, clerks, messengers, and others In the
employ of tho House of Representatives.
bar. G. And be it further nuM Th.i
the following sums bo appropriated out of
"...7' treMury "' ""'"wise ap-
aXtl !!'Tn ni of tho "kpo'""? ,t
third, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, one
For salaries of additional rlorlri nn,i na
tional compensation of officers and clcrkt,
under act of August sixth, eighteen hundred
and forty-six, at such rates as the Secretary
or the Treasury mav deem Inat and rcn.nti.
able, ten thousand dollars,
IOr COmnOnsatlon Of Inn fiunprlnlnnnla
for the life-saving stations on the coasts of
Wng island and fcw Jersey, per acts of
December fourteenth, eighteen hundred ami
fifty-four, and August eighteenth, eighteen
hundred and fifty-six, two thousand five hun
For compensation ot fifty-four keener, nf
stations, per same acts, six thousand dollars.
For salary of tho superintendent or tho
building occupied by the Quartermaster Ocn
cral's office, two hundred dollars for the cur
rent fiscal year.
for contingent expenses of tho Senate,
For tho Senate foldinrr room, sir thnti.nml
For additional messcmrers dnrinrr thn sea.
sion, flvo thousand dollars.
Sip. 7. And be it further enacted. That
the Secretary of War bo directed to cause
estimates to be made for the erection of suit
able fire-proof buildings for the War Depart
ment in Washington, stating the location and
price of tho land, and plans and cost of ne
cessary buildings to bo reported at tho ncx.t
session of Congress.
Szc. 8. And be it further enacted, That
section four of tho act entitled "An act to
provido for the payment of horses and other
property lost or destroyed iu tho service of
tho United States," approved March throe,
eighteen hundred and forty-nine, bo amended
by striking out all alter tbo enacting clause,
and In lieu thereof inserting the words;
"ihat to said Auditor shall, in all coses
transmit Ids adjustment with all the papers
relating thereto, to tho Second Comptroller,
for his revision and decision thereon, the same
In all respects as is provided in the act of tho
second of September seventeen, eighteen
hundred and eighty-nine."
Src. 9. And be it further enacted, That
the sum of fire thousand dollars be and tho
same Is hereby appropriated, out of any
money in tho Treasury not otherwise annro-
priated, to defray tho cxptnso of continuing
the index to Senate list of private claims
down to tho present Congress; In pursuance
of the order of tho Senate, dated March six
teen, eighteen hundred and sixly-bix,
Annmiml'.Tiilir )rt lflr.r!
-tYYY,r -y t' it"!1
Fi-iuc No. ISO.
As Act to protect the revenue, and for other
Be it enacted bv the Senate and Haute nf
Ilepreientatiie) of the United Stairs of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, That from and
after tho tenth day of August, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-six, In lieu of tko duties now
imposed by law an tho articles' mentioned
and embraced In this section, there shall be
levied, collected, and paid, on all goodn,
wares, and merchandise imported frnui for
eign countries tho d.utics Acl ctofore herein
after provided, viz:
Oil cigars, cigarettes, and cheroots of
all kinds, threo dollars per pound, and, in
addition thereto, fifty per centum ad valorem:
Provided, That paper cigars and cigarettes,
including wrappers, shall ho subject to tho
same duties as aro herein imposed upon ci
gars: yltnf tirot-i'fini further, That on and
after the first day of August, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-six, no cigars shallbo import
ed unless tho sumo aro packed in boxes of
not more than live hundred cigars In each
box; and no entry of any imported ilgiira
shall bo allowed of loss iinantity than three
tuousanu in a s,mgio patKugc; and all cigars
on importation shall be placed in nubile
store or bonded warehouse, uud shall not be
removed therefrom until tho same shall havo
been inspected and a stamn affixed to mi, h
box Indicating such Inspection, with tho dato
thereof. And tho Secretary of tho Treasury
Is hereby authorized to provide the remii.ltn
stamps, and to mako all ueipssary regula
tions ior carrying mo anovo provisions of
law into cffecti
On ootton, three cents per pound;
On all compounds or nrermratiniDi of wMe),
distilled spirits is a component part of chief
value, tbero shall bo let led a duty not less
than that imposed upon distilled spirits:
Provided. That brandv and other antntnnn.
liquors may be imported in calks or other
jjoiaagc. ui oiiy t.imuty HOI tVSH inan,tD.lrty
gallons: and tat wine iu bottle may bo in.
iMvf-ct la boxci containing not If l than our.
dozm bottles of not wore tban fine nuart
tlty than herein provided for, shall be for
feited to the United States.
810. 2. And be it further enacted, That,
the second proviso In section four of an act
cniuieu - An act amendatory or certain acta
Imposing duties upon foreign Importations,"
approved March three, eighteen hundred and
sixty-fire, shall bo construed to Include any
ship, vessel, or steamer to or from any port
in the Sandwich Islands or Society Islands.
Sic. 8. And ba it further enacted. That
so much of an act entitled "An act to author
ize Protection to he frfvpn in r(llpn. ttf the.
United States who may discover deposits of
tr j ' l,Pveu August cigntccn, eignteen
hundred and fifty-six, as prohibits the export
thereof, la hereby suspended in relation to all
n.rou woo nave complied with the pi
visions of section second of aald apt rn. b
years from and after tbo fourteenth day of
July, eighteen hundred and sixty-sercn.
... And bt " urther enacted, That
all laws and parte of laws -allowing fishing
bounties to vessels hereafter liernard in n-
eage in the fisheries be, and the same are
ucicuy, rvucaicu: .Trow aea, tnat, irom and
after the date of tho passage of rtlhia act,
vessels licensed to engage in the fisheries
may take on board Imported salt In bond to
be used In curing fish, under such regulations
as the Secretary of tho Treasury shall pre
scribe, and upon proof that said salt has been
used In enrina- fish, the dntfea nn the. .
shall be remitted.
Sic. 5. And be it further ennrltA Tli.f
after the passage of this act, all goods, wares
jr uicn-uauuise arrirmg at tne ports or New
York, Boston, and Portland, or any other
port or the United States which may be
specially designated by the Bccretary of tho
Treasury, and destined for nlarp. (n thn .i
jacent British provinces, or arriving at the
fur. ui 1 uuu isaDei, lexos, or any other
port of the United States which m.v l-
specially designated by the Secretary of the'
A.vuauiy, uu ucatineu ior places in uie re
public of Mexico, may be entered at the
custom-house, and conveyed. In transit.
ihrntirrri tho, orvitAiaw af 4t. TT-ti-J D1.1-
without the payment or duties, under such
rules, regulations, and conditions for the
protection or the rercnne.ae the Secretary
oc. u. And be t further enacted. That
imported goods, wares, or merchandise in
bond, or duty-paid, and products or manu
factures of tho United States, may. with thn
consent or tho proper authorities or the pror
inces or republic aforesaid, be transported
from one port or place In tho United States
to another port or place therein, orcr the ter
ritory of said provinces or republic, by such
routes, and under such rulea. rnral.tfnn.
and conditions, as the Sccretury of the Treas
ury may prescribe; and the goods, wares,
and merchandise, so transported, shall, upon
piii.i.. iu tue uniteu oiatea irom toe prov
inces or republic aforesaid, be treated In re
gard to the liability to or exemption from
duty, or tax, as if tho transportation had
taken place entirely within the limits or the
Sue. 7. And be it further enacted. That
whenever it shall be show n to tho satisfaction
of tho Secretary or the Trcosnrv that morn
moneys have been paid to the collector or
customs, or otners acting as such, than the
law requires, and the parties haro failed to
comply with the requirements or tho four
teenthxtnd fifteenth sections of ilm m f en
titled "An act to increase the dutie on 1m.
Iiorts, and for other purposes," approved
Tune thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty.
lour, ana toe Heerelory or Iho Treasury shall
bo satisfied that said non-coinplianco with
the requirements as above stated was owing
tu circumstances ocyonu tne control 01 tho
importer, coiiiimiee. or atrcnt lnakhic .nrh
pay ments, ho may draw his warrant upon the
Treasurer in fovor or the person or persons
entitled to the overpayment, diretting tho
said Treasurer to refund the same ont nf anv
money in tlio treasury not olhcrwiso appro
priated. CO. e. Jinit 06 tt further mnrteil Thnt
the provisions of the second, third and fourth
sections 01 tne act approved March second,
eighteen hundred and thirty-three, entitled
"An act farther to provido for tho collection
of duties on Imports," and of the twelfth sec.
tlon of the act approved March thml, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-three, entitled "An
act to prevent and punish frauds upon tho
revenue, to provide for tho moro certain and
speedy collodion of cloims in favor of tho
United States, and for other purposes," shall
bo taken and deemed as, extending to and
embracing all cases arising or which may
have heretofore arisen, and all suits and
prosecutions heretofore brought end now
tending, or which may hereafter be brought
against apy officer of the United States or
other person by reason of any acts dono or
proceedings had by such officer or other per
son, under authority or color of tho act op.
prorod March twelrc, eighteen hundred and
sixty-three, entitled "An act to. provide for
tho collection or abandonod property, and for
tho prevention of rrauds in Insurrectionary
districts wJtUn t,lio United Stas," or the act
approved July two, eighteen hundred and
sixly.four, entitled' "jn act h) addition to the
several acts cpucerulng commercial inter,
course between loyal and insurrertlonary
S.tat? and to provido for tho oollocllon of
captured ond abandoned property, and the
prevention or rrauds In States declared in
insurrection:" Provided, That such acts
douo or procccdlnirs had umler ilm fwn a.
last aforesaid, or under color thereof, shall
have been dono and had under tho authority
or by tho direction or tho oxeeutlve govern
ment or tho United States: Ami n;.i.i
further. That when a recovery shall have
been, or shall hereafter be, had In any such
suit or prosecution brought, or which may
herealter bo brought, as aforesaid. tl, .,.
ment of the amount recovered, as provided for
In the, said, twelfth section of the act approved
; iiuru, cigmeen nuuiirou uud sixty
three, aforesaid, shall bo made out or tbo
moneys arising and obtained from the pro
ceeds or sales and leases and fees collected
and paid over to the got eminent under the
two acts approved March twclo, eighteen
hundred and slxty-three, and July second
eighteen hundred and ilxty-four, aforesaid,
In relation ta captured and abandoned nrnn.
Bzc.v. iiif Oe it further enacted. That
ih.n if 1 "'V . d"tlabl. Vlll,a of ""
chandiso hereafter imported, there shall bo
added tn Ilm rn.l n. in it,. n.,.i n,i,Ai...t.
.i.. . 1 ' V "" .iui "".
B., ffi""1l,i"" value at the lime
the country from whence tho same shall have
been imported into the ynited States, the
cue ui transportation, snipniem, and tran
shipment with all the expenses Included
from th. place of growth, production or
mauuL.uiiii, whether by lund or water, to,
the vessel ,, vaid shipment is made to, tho
' ..it ft. I Utiirnm tint, Iru In a nf 4.a ..-!. 1
w.m.u ",-! ... ..v v. ... vv, uox, or
covering or any kind in wtfich such goods
and a half
Y, and all
TBI lATIOVAt UnrBLICi
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tmi wiiklt aanoiAL aanucA ! '
U rtMoboJ mrf FrU ty rooralof f 0a. m , ,
preparimr, and packing for transportaUon or
shipment. And all charges of a general
character Incurred ln:th'nnn.una
eral Invoice shall bo distributed p,0 nta
among all parte of such invoice; and every
part thereof charged, with duties based on
value shall be advanced according to its pro
portion, and all wines or other articles pay.
Ing specific duty by grades shall be graded
"", vi " .K;uv(uuiir 10 mo actual raiue
so determined: Provided, ,Tbf t all additions
made to the entered valne or merchandise
for charges shall be regarded j' part of tho
actual valuo or inch merchandise, and ir
such addition shall exceed by ten per eenlrrm
the value so declared In the entry, in- addi
tion to the duties imposed by law, there
shall be levied, collected, and paid a duty of
twenty per centum on such value: Pro
vided, That the duty shall in nacaie be 'as
sessed upon an amount less than the Invoice
or entered value: Provided further. That
nothing herein contained shall apply to long
combing or carpet wools costing twelve
cents or less per pound, rtnleas the charges
so added shall carry tho cost abora twrlvA
cents tier pound. In which case, one cent per
uuujm umy auau ue auaeu. m
Bkc. 10. And be it further unnrttl That
the second proviso in section twenty-one or
an act entitled "An act increasing tempora
rily the duties on imports, and for other pur-
Eoses," approved July fourteen, eighteen
undred and sixty-two, which provides that
any goods remaining in publio store or
oonaeu warenouse beyond three years shall
be regarded as .abandoned to tho govern
ment, and sold under such regulations as the
Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe,
and tho proceeds paid into the treasury, be,
and the same is hereby, amended so as to
authorize the Secretary of the Treasury, in
case of any sale under the said provision, to
pay to the owner, consignee, or agent of such
goods, the proceeds thereof, after deducting
nties, charges and expenses. In conformity
with the provision or the first section of the
warehouse act of August six, eighteen hun
dred and forty-six.
Szc. 11. .lnu! be it further enacted, That
during fthel period or ono rear from hn
passage of this act, there may be imported
uito tho United States, freo or duty, any ma
chinery designed solely for and adapted to
the manufacture or suirar from lieot. in
cluding all tho preliminary processes requi
site therefor, but not inclndinD anv ma
chinery which may bo used for any other
Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That
upon the re-importation or articles once e x
portcd of the growth, product, or manufac
ture of the United States, upon which no In
ternal tax has been assessed or paid, or upon
which such tax Has been paid and refunded
by allowance or drawback, there shall be
levied, collected, and paid a duty equal to
the tax Imposed by the internal rcvenuo laws
upon such articles.
Src. 13. And be tt further enacted. That
there shall be established In and attached to
the Department, of the Treasury a bureau to
be styled "The Bureau or Statistics," and
tho Secretary or the Treasury is hereby au
thorized to appoint a director to superintend
and control the business or said bureau, who
shall be paid an annual salary or thirty-five
hundred dollars And it shall bo the duty of
tho director of tho Bureau of Statistics to
prepare tho report on the statistics of com
merce and naricatlon. exports and imnnrti.
now required bv law to ba submitted innn.
ally to Congress by tho Secretary or tho
Treasury : and said report, embracing tho
returns 01 mo commerce anu navigation, the
exports and imports, or tho United States to
1110 cioso 01 tne nscai year, snau bo submit
ted to Congress In a printed form on or be
fore the first day of December next succeed
ing ; and tho Baid director, as soon as practi
cable after tho organization of this ofilco
shall, under tho direction of the Secretary of
tho Treasury, prepare and publish monthly
reporta of the exports and imports of tho.
United States, inciudinrr tha .iiuintlib,. .ml
VuluCS Of COOdl Warehoused or iyith,lrnwrv
from warehouse, and such other statistics
relative to the trodo ond industry of tho
country as tho Secretary or tho Treasury
may consider expedient. And the director
or the Bureau or Statistics shall also prepare
an annual statement or vessels registered,
enrolled, and licensed under the laws or tho
Uultcd States, together with tho class, name,
tonnage, and placo or registry or each ves
sel, and such other information as tho Secre
tary of tho Treasury may deem proper to.
embody therein; and to enable tho said di
rector to furnish tho information required,
tho Secretary or tho Trcaiury shall haro
power, under such regulations as ho shall
prescribe, to establish and provido a system
or numbering vessels so registered, enrolled,
and licensed ; and each vessel so numbered
shull havo her number deeply carved or oth
erwise permanently marked on her main
beam ; and ir at any timo 6ho shall
cease to be so marked, such vessel
shall be no longer recognized as a vessel
or the United States. Tho said director
shall also prepare an annual statement at all
mcrchandno passinc In transit thrnuirh ilm
United States to foreign countriw, each dc.
scription or merchandise, so fur as practi
cable, warehoused, withdrawn from ware
house for consumption, for exportation, for
transportation to other districts, and remain
big in the warehouse at tho end of each fiscal
year. It shall be the further duty of said di
rector to collect, digest, and arrange, for tho
use or Congress, tho statistics or the manu
factures of the United States, their localities,
sources o.f raw material, markets, exchanges
with the producing regions or tho country,
transportation or products, wages, and such
other conditions as aro found to affect their
prosperity; and to aid him in the discharge
of theso duties, tho several tlvrU uow em
ployed in tho preparation of statistics in tho
a.iuauiy l'V,U! llUVJlt, VI 1W1J UUI IUU lUCrUUI
may bo placed under his supervision and di
rection; and, iu addition, tho Secretary of tho
Treasury shall detail sink other clerks as
may bo necessary to fully carry out tho pro
visions of this ait. And tho expenses oftho
liurcau or btatistiis lor clerical service, pub
lication or reports, stationery, honk. .!
statistical periodicals and papers required by
the bureau, shall be defrayed on the order
ond approvul of the Secretary or the Treos-
"' 0,,t ot ny n " th" treasury not
othcrwUo appropriated. And all letters and
.1. . 'A. ' , ., , ' 'Vllr unu
uutumi'iiw iu unti irom 1110 director or tho
Bureau of Statistics, relating to the dutlea
"?'??'. f . & bo transit-
ted by mall free of noatar.
Bao. 14. And be. , further enactol, That
the Secretary ( q Treasury bo authorized
to ImpcIh the collection, in any of the States
heretofore declared In insurrection, of the
direct tax imposed by an act of Congress
passed August rifle, eighteen hundred and
sixty-one, entitled "An act to provido in
creased revenue from imports, to pay interest
on the public debt, and for other purposes,"
until January first, eighteen hundred and.
Approved, July n IfJCQ,