SEVENTEEN TH CON GRE SS. Sess. I. Ch. 86. 1822. 685 g . . hundred dollars, and three per cent. commissions, and no more on all Each other moneys received and paid by him on account of the duties on, ods °°u"°‘°‘ 5°° wares, and merchandise, imported into his district and on the mg; , mmm Pu °n` gf vessels; and each surveyor authorized by this mit shall, in additiorilirll cg: 2:;: the fees and emoluments allowed by law, receive an annual salar of three “‘l”l°““» &°· hundred dollars; and each such collector and surveyor shall exgrcise the 3E?? §""°y°r same powers, be subject to the same duties, and be entitled to t 0 m Pu . . . . . he Sami; annum. privileges and immunities as other collectors and su Pow s of h of the Umm states. ’ "’°’°”°f“"’ °““°”“ ·»¤¤m€Z. ...3° Sec. 9. Am] be it further enacted, That ships or vessels arrivin from mggygndc and after the thirtieth day of June next, from the Cape of GcodgHo e mi"i§€,f'°*; or from any place beyond the same, shall be admitted to make e t , dm CaP° °E the port of entry at Pensacola and t h · n Q at G°°d H°P°’ S 10 A _ , 3 HO other port or place in Florida. Bw to enter at 'nc. . lnd be tr further enacted, That all laws which impose any P°"‘“°°1° °“lY· duties on the importation of any goods, wares, and merchandise into said All hw? im` territory of Florida, or on the exportation of any goods wares ,and mer gesmridsdfsrl ‘ · ~ ) ) _ ‘, ' phanéiygeybfgpipslardhtaergtogyg or on die tonnage of vessels, or which allow ;‘l§£'3l';:“:;*éh other than such duties orpdraihibglclgs a:sn:h·ei(:idSb:v;1li:>?re)d Zlllondiriyhdr tones or places in the United States, are hereby repealed; Provided *°"l°°’i°¤»&:! That nothing m this act contained shall authorize the allowing of drawi r°If,°°l?d' - - · . is . lggpltsronlghe erfrpgétatypprog any iced? wares, and merchandise, from any mv o _m Ort E d_ tl _ . 1 ry, other t an on those which shall have been 1 p e nec y into the same from a foreign port or place; and no draw~ No drawback back shall be allowed on any goods, wares, or merchandise, exported P" K°°d'· &°·» from any port of Florida, which shall have been imported before the tenth Imported Pri? day of July, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one. to my m’18zl` Sec. 11. And be at further enacted, That the first section of an act The in secpelsgeélepn gllretsegondl day of Ma§ch, one thousand eight hundred and ”;°gI‘;f 1 e ‘ n ac su ernentar to the t’ ’ coasting’trade," be so far altereldp and amgnded thaimthecgsaccrning the °h‘°‘S’““°'?‘l“° . . _ coasts and far as m divide navigable rivers of the United States be, andthe same are hereby, divided °h° !°" °°““"· into three great d1str1cts,the first and second to be and remain as therein gzxgtllglzlétglé- ° described, and the third tc include all the ports, harbours, sea coasts, ' gnddngvrgable rivers, between the southern limits of Georgia andthe river 6* 1 0, and the Stud thnrd great distract, so established, shall be subject to all the regulations and provisions of said act. Approved, May 7, 1822. Srnrvrz I. Can. LXXXVI.—An Act to reirkaue the peqale ry" Florida from the qreration g" May 7, 1822. certain ordinances. "' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United An ordinance States ry' America, in Congress assembled, That an ordinance numbered °"“}Y.18·1821¤ . . providing for three, made and passed on the eighteenth of July, eighteen hundred and the ,,,,,,,,H,,,_ twenty-one, by Major General Andrew Jackson, governor of the pro- tion of the invinces of the Floridas, entitled "An ordinance providing for the natu- :;g;$·¤t;§ryi*;°*h¤ ralization of the inhabitants of the ceded territory ;" and an ordinance and ,m Orzj passed by the city council of St. Augustine, on the seventeenth of Octo· nance of Qct. ber, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, imposing and laying certain taxes “'·, *82% “P· . . . posing certain on the inhabitants, and all other laws, ordinances, or resolves, so Far as mm,, &c_ m_ they enforce or confirm the same, be, and the same are hereby, repealed peeled, src. and declared null and void. _ SBC. 2. And be at further enacted, That if any person shall attempt Any perso¤ to enforce any of said laws, ordinances, or resolves, by demandmgand ;Ki‘;';'£";§]y 3. receiving any tax, imposition, or assessment, authorized or prescribed ,,,8 md,,,,,,,,,,,, thereby, such person shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by fine, repea1cd,8w·t¤ 3 M
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