THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 96. 1852. 37 have been so surveyed, with the exceptions hereinafter set forth, to be sold at public sale, under the direction of the President of the United States. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the land on which the esta- Mmmm ma blishment of the Fur Company is situated, known as Meudota, with the ¤d5¤<>*>¤*· $0*%; settlements immediately around the same, not exceeding three hundred Eggs s,5;i’°r;nd and twenty acres, be, and the same is hereby reserved from sale during authorized to be the term of one year after the lands surrounding the same shall be offered E:‘$°"°d”“l°w“ for sale; and the proper authorities are hereby authorized at any time ` during said year, to enter the same for a town site, agrecably to and in accordance with the terms and conditions of “An act for the relief of the 1844 h U citizens of towns upon the lands of the United States under certain ’c' circumstances," approved May twenty-third eighteen hundred and forty- four. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the lands comprised within Sam mm the limits of said reserve, be, and the same are hereby annexed to and made s, part of ngdeaa part of the Chippewa Land District, in said Territory of Min- md Approved, August 26, 1852. Crur. XCVI.~—·An Act aut/wrizing imported Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, entered August 30, 1852. and bondedfyr warehousing in pursuance of Law, to be exported I4; certain Routes LOP0·rL¤ ——————-——· or Plaxses in Mexico. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ofAme1~[ca in Congress assembled, That any imported Provision for goods in the original packages which shall have been duly entered ftiwztf wbozigsé and bonded, in pursuance of the warehousing act, of sixth August, imports eighteen hundred and forty-six, may be withdrawn from warehouse at 1846, ch. 84. any time within two years from the original importation for immediate exportation, without payment of duties, under the provisions of the act aforesaid, to Chihuahua, in Mexico, by the routes designated in the first section of the act of third March, eighteen hundred and forty-five, 1845 ch 70 or by such other routes as may be designated by the Secretary of the` ' Treasury; and likewise, that any imported merchandise duly entered and bonded at Point Isabel, in the collection district of Brazos de Santiago, or imported and bonded at any other port of the United States, and transported thence in bond, and duly rewarehoused at Point Isabel in pursuance of the provisions of the warehousing law of August sixth, 1846,ch. 84. eighteen hundred and forty-six, may be withdrawn from warehouse at any time within two years from the date of original importation into the United States for immediate exportation, without payment of duties under the provisions of the warehousing act aforesaid, to ports and places in Mexico, by land or watcr, or partly by land and partly by water, or by such routes as may be designated by the Secretary of the Treasury. Sec. 2. Ami be it further enacted, That any imported merchandise sam subjeee. duly entered and bonded at any port of the United States may be withdrawn from warehouse at any time within two years from the date of importation, without payment of duties, in pursuance of the provisions of the warehousing law of sixth August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, for immediate exportation for San Fernando, Paso del Norte, and Chihuahua, in Mexico, through the port of La Vaca, in the collection district of Saluria, in the State of Texas, and be transhipped inland, thence to San Antonio in said State, and from the latter place to the destinations in Mexico aforesaid, either by way of Eagle Pass, the Presidio del Norte, and San Elizario, all on the Rio Grande; and the Secretary of the Treasury shall be and is hereby authorized to prescribe such regulaticms not inconsistent with 1aw,ns he may deem proper and necessary,
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