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16 FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. l. Cus. 64, 6;, 69. 1886. tion to commence or continue business, shall execute a bond to the United States, to be approved by the collector of the d1str1ct, in a sum equal to three times the amount of the tax which, ID the opinion of the collector, said brewer will be liable to pay during any onemouth, and conditioned that he shall pay, or cause to be paid, as herein provided, the tax required by law on all beer, lager-beer, ale, porter, and other fermented liquors made by or for him, before the same1s sold or removed for consumption or sale, except as hereinafter provided; and that he shall keep, or cause to be kept, a book, 10 the manner and for the purposes hereinafter specified, which shall be open to inspection by the proper officers, as by law required; and that he shall in all respects faithfully comply, without fraud or evasion, with al1_ requirements of law relating to the manufacture and sale of any malt hquors aforesaid; Bond to be re- and he shall execute a new bond once in four years and whenever re- ¤¤W¤d vow four quired so to do by said collector, in the amount above named and con- ¥°“'· ditioned as above provided, ·which bond shall be in lieu of any former bond or bonds of such brewer in respect to all liabilities accruing after its approval by said collector? Approved, April 29, 1886. Avril 30, 1886. lC5i1;L6'€¥t¤ iing extending the} Hug for tgp completioaloi the frecopdaof the ·-—·—··;*—·· 0 B! 0 8 °0 0 0mI!\l8Si0D8fS 0 3 111113 II.lI.'!lB, BD B PADS G! 0 B 581118 to the Department of State. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United cnerkorcunn of States of America in Congress assembled, That the powers of the clerk Commissioners of of the late Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims as extended by
- ¥,*"“““* Clem: d section two, of the act of Congress relating thereto, approved June
,,,_§’;f,§,°;;°“ ° third, eighteen hundred era eighty-four, be and they hereby ere Vol. 2:2, p. za. extended for an additional period, not to exceed two months from and after the thirtieth day of April, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, for the purpose of closing up the business of his office, and for depositing the records, documents, and all other papers of the court or its officers in the office of the Secretary of State, as provided in the act re-establishing said court, and the act therein referred to; and said Assistants nu- clerk is hereby authorized to employ such assistants as he may deem 'h°“’°"· necessary for the purpose of enabling him to carry into effect the provisions of this act, not to exceed in number those heretofore employed, said assistants to be paid monthly, at the same rate of compensation heretofore paid them, on vouchers certified by said clerk, under the direction of the Secretary of State from said Geneva award fund; and all Dishnrremenu disbursements shall be made by said clerk, under the direction of the under direction of Secretary of Smm_ Secretary of State. _ _ Approved, April 30, 1886. any 1, mss. uggélzsgiagqgcg to pmand nr; scieqtgled “An nctlto amend the statrrsco in rela- "" ""‘"*‘*"'*""‘ D 18 ,8Il 0 . fp0§Q [ June tenth, eighteen lisdgdredcand eighty. d r other Puppmmd I _ _ Be it enuctedby the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Prmxeqeeernm- States of America m Congress assembled, That the privileges of the first g;g;:';xg:y£°;5 section of the act approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty. Portland, Ong , entitled “An act to amend the statutes in relation to immediate trans- ...4 pm rem,- portatnon of dntxable goods, and for other purposes/’ be, and the same •errd,:v¤sh.Ter. are hereby, extended to the port of Portland, Oregon; and that the v°l· J- PP- *77*** privileges of the first and seventh sections of said act be, and the same me hamby, extended to the port of Port Townsend, 'in Washington ern ry. Approved, May 1, 1886.