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322 THIRTY-NINTH coivonsss. ssss. 1. os. 296. me;. tax not exceeding one quarter of one per centum for the purpose aforesaid, and for no other purpose whatsoever. Property SEO. 7. And be it furlker enacted, ·That the Secretary of the Navy

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‘ be, and he is hereby, authorized to Adlspose of the property saved from

gmgy bg S01d_ the rebel steamer Ejlorida, and distribute ltho proceeds thereof as otherggttrrggiggfs prlze money is required by law to be distnbuted, l I I Midshipmen_ Sec. And bertfurther erzacted, That midslupmen and acting nnd- &e. engined to shipmen in the navy of the United States shall be entitled to one ration, °”° "“*‘°"· &°· or commutation therefor. Apprpprimitm Sec. 9. And be itjltrther enacted, That so much of the act approved gQ`nf',‘Q1§fé;‘f" March third, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, entitled “An act making rqpenled. appropriations lor sundry civil expenses of the government for the year ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and for the year ,1$63.__¢h· 'FQ; ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and for §’°|' X"' p' '°2‘ other purposes," as appropriates three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars for a minister resident in Greece, be and the same is hereby re ealed. Travelling 10. And be it further enacted That there is hereby appropriated QQ;?;; °‘ mst for the payment of travelling expenses of the members of the first regicavalry. ment of Michigan cavalry from the place, in Utah Territory, where they were mustered out of service, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to the place of their enrolment, a sum sufficient to allow each member three hundred and twenty-five dollars, deducting therefrom the amount paid to each for commutation of travel, pay, and subsistence by the government, when thus mustered out, and that the accounts be settled and paid under the direction of the Secretary of War. Judicial Sec. 11. And be itjitrt/cer enacted, That the provisions of the act to l;)"';‘;;;§‘:3”d°d carry into effect the treaties between the United States and China, Japan, cousins, &o. in Siam, Persia, and other countries, giving certain judicial powers to minis-

 ba 179 ters and eonsuls, or other functionaries of the United States, in those
 ’ countries, and for other purposes, approved, June twenty-second, eighteen

{cl. kii. p. 76. hundred and sixty, shall extend to Egypt; and Ithe consul-general at _“°";?;;:m€·'§§g“I Alexandria shall have the power provided by section twenty-two of such ` act for the consul-general or consul residing at the capital of a country where there is no minister. Additivml Sec. 12. And be it further enacted That each and every soldier who ESEQEQLRE 2,:,00 enlisted into the army of the United States, after the nineteenth day of listed soldiers, April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, for a period of not less than three h°“°'°blY dB" years, and having served the time of his enlistment has been honorably Charged; discharged, and who has received or who is entitled to receive from the United States under existing laws, a bounty of one hundred dollars and no more, and any such soldier enlisted for not less than three years, who has been honorably discharged on account of wounds received in the line or their wide of duty, and the widow, minor children or parents in the order named,

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’disease or wounds contracted while in the service, and in the line of duty, shall be paid the additional bounty of one hundred dollars hereby authorized. Additional Sec. 13. And be it jlcrther enacted, That to each and every soldier Egg?] <;¥;£§g;° who enlisted into the army of the United States, after the fourteenth day ummm_ &c_ of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, for a period of not less than two years and who is not included in the foregoing section, and has been honorably discharged after serving two years, and who has received or is entitled to receive from the United States, under existing laws, a bounty of one hundred dollars and no more, shall be paid an additional bounty of fifty dollars, and any such soldier enlisted for not less than two years who has been honorably discharged on account of wounds received in the line of duty, and the widow, minor children, or parents, in the ordcf named, of any such soldier who died in the service of the United States,