TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 185, 189, 207. 1830. 419 S·r·.u·u·1·¤ I. Gun. CLXXXV.—An dnt to reduce the duty on molasses, and toallnw a draw- May 29, mso, back on spirits distilled from foreign materials. "`°‘°""" Bn it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 1 D"? °¤ mt': States of zlmcrica, in Congress assembled, That from and after the thirtieth °SS°s v° °°n ' day of September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, the duty on molasses shall be five cents for each gallon, and no more; and, from and _D¤'¤"b¤<*_ 9** after that time, there shall be allowed a drawback of four cents upon g;t;1;°;';t:P‘"t° every gallon of spirits distilled in the United States or the territories thereof, from foreign molasses, on the exportation thereof to any foreign port or place other than the dominions of any foreign state immediately' adjoining the United States, in the same manner and on the same conditions as before the tariff of May the nineteenth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. Approved, May 29, 1830. _1' Sn·rv1·¤ I. Gun. CLXXXIX.—An Jlct to reduce the duty on salt. May 29, 1830. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqrescntatives of the United Duty on salt States of America, in Congress assemble , That, the duty on salt be fill r¤d¤<=¤d- teen cents per bushel of filly-six pounds, from the thirty-first of December next, until the thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one; and, after that time, ten cents per bushel, and no more. Avpnovzn, May 29, 1830. Srsrvrr: I. Cun. CCVII.-—An det to amend the acts regulating the commercial intercourse May gg, [830, between the United Swlcs and certain colonic: of Great Britain. (a) ——·-···_‘ Be it emwtcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Ifresident of States 1y' America, in Congress assembled, That whenever the President E;?;; mi*°:i‘;‘: of the United States shall receive satisfactory evidence that the govern- 0,- ccmi,, 2,,,,, ment of Great Britain will open the ports in its colonial possessions in sure; by me the West Indies, on the continent of South America, the Bahama Islands, B"*·‘:*‘ G°‘;;"‘: the Caicos, and the Bermuda or Somer Islands, to the vessels of the Egg ’m°°,,P°;, United States, for an indefinite or for a limited term; that the vessels of pom of United the United States and their cargoes, on entering the colonial ports afore- Sm? °¤ ’°°‘P‘ said, shall not be subject to other or higher duties of tonnage or impost, ”°°° mms' or charges of any other description, than would be imposed on British vessels or their cargoes, arriving in said colonial possessions from the United States; that the vessels of the United States may import into the said colonial possessions from the United States any article or articles which could be imported in a British vessel into the said possessions from the United States; and that the vessels of the United States may export from the British colonies afore mentioned, to any country whatever, other than the dominions or possessions of Great Britain, any article or articles that can be exported therefrom in a British vessel, to any country other than the British dominions or possessions as aforesaid; leaving the commercial intercourse of the United States, with all other parts of the British dominions or possessions, on afooting not less favourable to the United States, than it now is, and that then, and in such case, the President of the United States shall be,and he is hereby authorized at anytime before the next session of Congress, to issue his proclamation, declaring that he has received such evidence; and, thereupon, from the date of such proclamation, the ports of the United States shall be opened, indeiinitely or for a term lixed, as `the case may be, to British vessels coming from the .».£“}.£$f.f.T.‘3§’ 21%;IX§;,36£t$}‘%,”f3§5T““"°“ `“"'°° "’ “" "°‘"’°“‘ °' “'° "’“‘°" “‘“‘°“· ““"°'
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