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SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS. Sa s. II. Ch. 48, 49, 50. 1823. 777 S·rA·w:rr—: II. C1·‘;:;e51;.V1ul1fi—AnAct¤;sEng in the stale of Wrginia the right of the United March 3, 1823. 128 H38E88E 01*°' "__"""""`
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Be it enacted by Senate and House of Representatives of the United lll8m °*` *h° States of Amer·ica,m Congress assembled, That all right which the.United §;;;°?,:° States have to the lines assessed upon the citizens of the state of Vir- vn iuia vested ginia, for the non-performance of militia duty during the late war with i¤ $*4* •m¢· Great Britain, shall bc, and the same is hereby, vested in the said state. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all moneys in the hands of M°¤°7¤ *1**** those who now are, or heretofore have been, marshals, or deputy marshals, f,;;,;" Lmcmd which may have been collected from the lines aforesaid, after deducting ro be paid to the expense of collecting the same, and the cost of any suit or suits ¤¤¤·¤¤¤'¤¢ of which may have been brought against said marshals or deputy marshals, um °°'°°' in consequence of the collection of said fines, shall be paid by them, respectively, to the treasurer of said state. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the said fines shall be re- Fines to be covered, by the said state, under such regulations, provisions, and re- ;';°°‘;;'°‘l by strictions, as shall be prescribed by the legislature thereof: Provided, ,,:,§,,,;°i,:;,°,§),;°” That if the provisions of this act are accepted by the state of Virginia, legislature. that state shall indemnify the United States against any charge or charges P'°“°°· _ which has already accrued, or which may hereafter be made, in consequence of the assessment and collection of said lines. Approved, March 3, 1823. "W" S·nu·v·rm II. CHAP. XLIX.-An Act for the erection of a monument over the iombof.EIbridge March 3, 1823. Gerry, late Vice President if the United States. W Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United i“i;,°;;“*°“d,;_ States of America, in Congress assembled, That the superintendent of QQ1d,:,?`;, the public buildings be, and he hereby is directed to cause to be erected, erect a monuin the burial ground of the city of Washington, a neat and appropriate ;“°“,: °,Y‘;,fl‘° monument over the tomb of Elbridge Gerry, late Vice President of the b(;§gc°G,,,.,y_ United States, who died at Washington, November twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, with a suitable inscription on the same, stating the name, station, age, and time of death, of the deceased. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That a sum, not exceeding one A,,,,,,,,,,,m,°,, thousand dollars, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated for the pay- therefor. ment of the cost thereof, from any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1823. "‘*" Srnwn II. CHAP. L.-.81; Act to continue in force an act, entitled “An act regulating Mamh 3: 1823- the currency within the United States if the gold coins q/' Great Britain, [Expired_] France, Port al, and Spain, and the crowns of France and fice franc pieces," passddgon the twenty-ninth day of dpril, one thousand t hundred and sixteen, so far as the same relates to the crownszyi France and jive franc PZECCS. Be it enacted by the Senate and House aj Rqrresentatives of the United 29*;;:; tim States of America, in Congress assembled, That so much of the act, my ’ ’ entitled “An act regulating the currency within the United States of Actofmarch · · ·3 1823 ch.52. the gold coms of Great Britain, France, Portugal, and Spam, and the amt 0;, A ru crowns of France and live franc pieces," passed on the twenty-ninth day 29, ,8,6, rsp_ of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, as relates to the lating currency, Von. 111.-98 _