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FORTYZSECOND CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 232. 1873. 559 For steamship service between the United States and Brazil, one hun- Appropriations dred and fifty thousand dollars. fqr Steamship Ser- For steamship service between San Francisco and the Sandwich Islands, Vlignlmgcgagm, seventy-five thousand dollars. and Brazil; Sec. 3. That if the revenues of the Post—ofiice Department shall be an§,"31F‘§’“°3S°° insufficient to meet the appropriations made by this act, then the sum of wich Iglanaqihd five million three hundred and ninety-six thousand six hundred and two C<>_¤di*l°¤e·l dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is d$;%2;°y app"` hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not p i otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the revenue of the Post- An rms psy. office Department for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and mE¤i¤S the MPS- seventy-four: Provided, That all laws and parts of laws permitting the :;1ilg,°f£,>;°,;;f_ transmission by mail of any free matter whatever be, and the same are ter repealed from hereby, repealed from and after June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and J““° 3°· 187;* seventy-three. Approved, March 3, 1873. CHAP. CCXXXII.-An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to reduce Duties on March 3 1873, lrnports and to reduce internal T axes, and for other Purposes," approved June sixth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and far other Purposes. Amd, p_ 230_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assernhled, That on and after the date of the ‘* Headingpassage of this act, for all purposes relating to custom duties and impor- l’°{§5" i¤¢l¤¢l¤d,, tation “ heading-bolts " shall be held and construed to be included under m mV°`b°m' the term " stave-bolts." Secrrou 2. That barrels of American manufacture exported filled with Certain empty domestic petroleum and returned empty, may be admitted free of duty b=m'9l$ may be · t . · admitted free of under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, duty_ and without requiring the filing of a declaration at time of export of intent to return the same empty. Section 3. That foreign merchandise which arrived at a port of the Certain foreign United States on or before the thirty-first day of July, eighteen hundred Uwiclieildise Mi and seventy-two, and upon which duties were not paid prior to August §Cl’°j’£,S§‘ir°’ first, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, though the same were not entered i87é,butt1iénin or transferred to a public store or bonded warehouse, shall be entitled to ggllgé ‘?D‘;;;l§; fs the benefits provided for in the second section of an act entitled "An act though then in to reduce duties on imports, and to reduce internal taxes and for other public storepurposes," approved June sixth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, the same as such merchandise would have been entitled to had it actually been in public store or bonded warehouse on, or prior to the thirty-first day of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-two : Provided, That the Application owner of such merchandise shall, within thirty days from the passage of 2;;fg‘;;i;2,g“ this act, make application therefor in writing to the collector of the port thirty days. at which such merchandise arrived. Snorrozv 4. That on kid and all other gloves imported into the United Imported States from foreign countries there shall be no discrimination in deter- §$’¥f;h§;;*ff;°d mining by appraisement the foreign market value of such goods, whether ,,5, to be ,,9, ’ protected by trade-mark or not, and that in no case shall the goods so gaised utless, protected by trade-mark be appraised at a less foreign market value than `°’ the like goods not so protected; and no sale or pretended sale of such No snlewfix goods shall be held to fix the value of the same. °h" "l“°· Snort0N 5. That section fifty-five of the act of July twentieth, eighteen Bonds for eghundred and sixty-eight, as amended by the act of June sixth, eighteen E‘;{;g”;°{* Pf dir . . . pints to he hundred and seventy-two, be further amended by adding to the first cancelled ,,,,0,, paragraph of said section the words: “Provided further, That the bonds pgggf, iccigs _: required to be given for the exportation of distilled spirits shall be can- Volilcxy pjligj celled upon the presentation of satisfactory proof and certificates that said distilled spirits have been landed at the port of destination named in the bill of lading, or upon satisfactory proof that after shipment the