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within two years from the passing of this aa, Certain transfers fhall and may be authorized, of so flock sand much of the stock standing to the credit of credit of a any state, pursuant to the report of the com- transferred missioners for fettling accounts between the to its creUnited States and individual states, and the ditors. ad passed thereon, intitled, “ An act making provision for the payment of the interest on the balances due to certain states, upon a final settlement of the accounts between the United States and the individual states," to creditors of such state, who were füch, prior to the first day of July, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, as may be necessary to satisfy their respective demands: Provided, That no Provila. such transfer shall be made but with the consent of the said state and its creditors.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate. APPROVED, January the fecond, 1795 :

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States,

CHAPTER LXXVI.

An Act providing for the Payment of certain 1

ftalments of foreign Debts; and of the third Instalment due on a Loan made of the Bank of the United States.

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Certain in E it enacted by the Senate and House of ReItalments of debt how to

presentatives of the United States of Amebe paid. rica, in Congress assembled, That the President

of the United States be, and he hereby is au. thorized and empowered to cause any instalments of the foreign debts, which may fall due in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, and also the third instalment due on a loan made of the bank of the United States, in pursuance of the eleventh section of the act for incorporating the subfcribers to the faid bank, to be paid out of the proceeds of any foreign loans heretofore made. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate.
APPROVED, January the eighth, 1795 :

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

CHAPTER LXXVII.

An Act for reviving certain Suits and Process

which have been discontinued in the District
Court of Pennsylvania.
E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re-

presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That all suits and

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process which were pending in the district court of Pennsylvania, which, by law, ought suits and to have been holden on the third Monday of process reNovember last, and which were discontinued the distria by the failure to kold the fame; and all suits court of

Penníylva. and process which were coinmenced for the nia. faid court, or returnable thereto; and also all suits and process, which were pending in any special court of the faid district, and disconti. nued by failure to hold the adjournment thereof, on the day appointed, at any time since the last day of July last, be, and they are hereby revived ; and hereby day is given to all the suits and process aforesaid, in the district court next by law to be holden in the same district ; and the same proceedings may be had at the same last-mentioned court, in all the suits and process aforesaid, as by law might have been had at the courts, respectively, in which the same were pending, or to which the fame were returnable.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate. APPROVED, January the 28th, 1795:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States:

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An Act further extending the Time for receiving on Loan the domestic Debt of the United States.

(EXPIRED.) VOL. III.

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CHAPTER LXXIX.

An Act for the Remission of the Tonnage-Duties

on certain French Vesels.

(PRIVATE.)

CHAPTER LXXX.

An Act to authorize the Settlement of the Claim

of Samuel Prieleau.

(PRIVATE)

CHAPTER LXXXI.

An A&t for the Relief of Epaphras Jones and

others.
(PRIVATE.)

CH A P T E R LXXXII.

An Act supplementary to the several Acts impoJing Duties on Goods, Wares and Merchandize imported into the United States.

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HEREAS difficulties have arisen in

ascertaining the duties on certain articles imported into the United States, and further provisions for securing the collection of the impost-duties, are found necessary ;

Sec. 1. BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Anies rica, in Congress assembled, That in lieu of the present duties, there shall be levied, collected and paid, upon all printing-types, which, after

New duty placed on specific articles.

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the last day of March next, shall be imported into the United States, in ships or vessels of the United States, at the rate of ten per cent. and upon all girandoles, at the rate of twenty per cent ad valorem ; that, after the said last day of March next, the present duties payable upon clayed sugars, shall cease, and there shall be paid upon all white clayed or white powdered sugars, three cents per pound, and upon all other clayed or powdered sugars, one and a half cent per pound; upon Malaga wine, twenty cents ; upon burgundy and champaign, forty cents per gallon.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That af. ter the faid last day of March, teas, common- Duty on ly called imperial, gunpowder or gomee, shall tea. pay the same duties as hyfon teas : and where any entire article is, by any law of the Uni- article to ted States, made subject to the payment of pay proporduties, the parts thereof, when imported sepa- the whole. rately, shall be subject to the payment of the same rate of duties.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That af. Duties ad ter the said last day of March, the valuation val to be of all goods, wares and merchandize subject at the place

of exportato the payment of duties ad valorem, shall be made upon the actual cost at the place of exportation, including all charges (commissions, out-lide packages and insurance only excepted) that the duty on any winęs imported into the United States shall not be less than ten cents per gallon, and that bottles, in which

any

li. quor is imported, shall be subject to the payment of the like duty as empty bottles.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the duties upon all goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States, after the said

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