FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 376-378. 1882. 215 thereto, and may change such instructions from time to time. The E¤v¤¤¤¤ of N- expense of such retum of the aforesaid persons not permitted to land “‘“'“ ff °"““°*·°» shull be borne by the owners of the vessels in which they camet 2; gw Sm:. 5.-~'1‘1mt this act shall take eifect immediately. ew, Approved, August 3, 1882. CHAP. 377.-An not to establish rts ofdelivo nt Kansas it and Sain i , uwpcsum of x·ym‘ 0 y t Joseph n August 3, 1w. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represenfativea of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Kansas City and Saint K¤·¤¤¤¤ City md Joseph, m the State of Missouri, be and the same are hereby, constituted S:;::3f1°'°Pb• M"} ports of delivery; and that the privileges of immediate tmnsportation :°m,,,,,y_p°m ° of dutiable merchandise conferred by the act of June the tenth, eighteen 21 smh H3_ hundred and eighty, entitled "An act to amend the statutes in relation ' to immediate transportation of dutiable goods, and for other purposes," be and the same are hereby, extended to said ports; and there shall be appointed a surveyor of customs for each of said ports, to reside at the snrveyonofeueport for which he shall be appointed, who shall receive a salary to be *·¤¤¤¤. ¤¤¤id¤¤¤•. determined in amount by the Secretary of the Treasury, not exceeding “l“'·Y· one thousand dollars per annum. Approved, August 3, 1882. - 3A.?. 37&·-An aetmgnhting fees and the practice in extradition cases. August 3, 1882. Bc it enacted U! th Bend! nd Hou: of Representatives of the United · ` Bbcteeqfiswricu hdengms aamnbled, Tlmtall bearings in cases of _F¤p¤ and 1yr9c- extradition under tresty stipulation or convention shall be held on land, *‘°° '“ °“'°d‘*‘°“ publicly, and in a room or office easily accessible to the public. °°°°°' ‘ ' 81:0. 2. That the following shall be the fees paid to commissioners in commiseioneru cases of extradition under treaty stipulation or convention between the f¢¤¤· — Government of the United States and any foreign government, and no other fees or compensation shall be allowed to or received by-them : For administering on oath, tom wuts. · om;. For taking an acknowledgment, twenty-five cents. Azknowledg- IIIDD • For taking and certifying depositions to ile, twenty cents for each folio. Deposition. For each copy of the same furnished to a party on request, ten cents C<>vi¤¤· for each folio. . For issuing any warrant or writ, and for any 'otber service, the same Warrant or writ. compensation as is allowed clerks for like services. For issuing any warmntunder the tenth article of the treaty of August R. S. treaties, p. ninth, eighteen hundred and forby—two between the United States and 320- the Queen of the United Kingdom of dreat Britain and Ireland, against any person charged with any crime or ofeuse as set forth in said article, two dollars. ‘ For issuing any warrant under the provision of the convention for the §qrrender or surrender of criminals, between the United States and the King of the ¤¤¤¤¤¤]¤~•*°- French concluded at Washington November ninth, eighteen hundred B. s.t¤>•¤ie», p. and forty-three, two dollars. _ ‘ W- · For hearing and deciding upon the ease of any person charged with Qearing and doany crime or ofense, and arrested under the provisions of any treaty or ¤N¢¤$.°¤¤¤ °f P}; convention, five dollars a day for the time necessarily employed. m "fn, Bti!. 3. That on the hearing of any case under 31 claim of extradition t1"®otwisby any foreign government, upon andnvit being tiled by tho person ¤¤•°¤- charged setting forth that there ure witnesses whose cvidenec 18 maternal to his slefameo, that be cannot safely go to trial without them, what he . expects w prove by each of them, an that he is not poesessedpf suiekmt moans, and is actually unable to pay the feeg of such vntuesneg, thu judge or commissioner before whom muh dum for extndiuon ll
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