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426 TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 228, 229. 1830. to be sold, at such time, and on such terms as he may deem most conducive to the public interest, the site now occupied by the mint establishment, in Philadelphia, with the buildings and improvements thereon, and also to cause the proceeds of the said sale to be paid into the treasury of the United States. Appropriation, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of fifty thousand 5°=°°° d°ll"·"'· dollars be, and is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be applied to the completion of the mint establishment at the new location, and for furnishing the same with the requisite machinery for conducting the operations thereof Approved, May 31, 1830. Srarvrm I. May 31, 1830. CHAP. C(JXXVIl1.—An dai to amend the act, entitled “ dn actfor the reliefqf "“`_""" certain surviving qjicers and soldiers of the army of the re1:ululivn." ,A°* °f MBV Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 1°}:§£g°h,,f:j States of America, in Congress assembled, That the second section of sirmerspcttobe the act, entitled "An act for the relief of certain surviving officers and ¤¤PJ6°* *°_°€*‘· soldiers of the army of the revolution," approved the fifteenth of May, em d€d“°t‘°"s' one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, shall not be construed to embrace invalid pensioners, and that the pension of invalid soldiers, shall not be deducted from the amount receivable by them under the said act. Approved, May 31, 1830. S·rA·rU*rr: I. MW 3h i830- Gun. CCXX1X.—.d¢» Act to amend the charter of Georgetown. Mode of ad- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United "°'*l’l“8 P'°· States of America, in Cangress assembled, That public notice of the time pmlty for mms' and place of sale of any real property chargeable with taxes in Georgetown, in all cases hereafter, shall be given once in each week, for twelve successive weeks, in some one newspaper in the county of Vllashingtoia, in which shall be stated the number of the lot or lots, or parts thereof, intended to be sold, and the value of the assessment, and the amount of Act of MW the taxes due and owing thereon; and that so much of the seventh sec- ¥g512Zg’$h‘ tion of an actiof Congress, approved May twenty-sixth, one thousand eight °` hundred and twenty-four, as requires said notice to be given in the National Intelligencer, and in a newspaper in Alexandria, be, and the same is hereby repealed: Provided, That nothing in this act shall change the manner of giving notice of the sales of property owned by persons not residing in the District of Columbia. El¤¤ti¤¤ of Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That on the fourth Monday of Feb- M°Y°"* ruary next, and on the same day biennially thereafter, the citizens of Georgetown, qualified to vote for members of the two boards of the corporation of said town, shall, by ballot, elect some fit and proper person having the qualifications now required by law to be mayor of the corporation of Georgetown, to continuc in office two years, and until a successor is duly elected, and the person having, at said election, which shall be conducted by judges of election appointed by the corporation, the greatest number of legal votes, shall be declared duly elected, and in the evcnt of an equal number of votes being given to two or more candidates, the two boards in joint meeting, by ballot, shall elect the mayor from the persons having such equal number of votes. M¤Y°1’ pw Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That in the event of the death O!
- °m* resignation of the mayor,or of his inability to discharge the duties of his
otiice, the two boards of the corporation, in joint meeting, by ballot shall elect some fit person to fill the office until the next regular election.