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742 TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 171,173, 174. 1834. Srzrmrz I. J¤¤¤ 90, l834· Gun. CLXXI.—-dn det to authorize the President of the United States to direct -`———_-___ transfers ofapprqrriations in the naval service, under certain circumstances. dP*°Sid€¤¢ ¤?¤Y Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United b;°:;€;""5;; States of America, in Congress assembled, That upon the application of of you and the the Secretary of the Navy, the President of the United States shall have P¤¤¤¤g¢ of new authority, whenever, in his opinion, the contingencies of the public ser-
b‘;Hl’”°¥’“' vice may require it, at any period between the close of the year, and the
` passage of the new naval appropriation bills, to direct that a part of the money appropriated for a particular branch of the naval service the former account to be year to be applied to another branch of the said service; in which case, a.
- g;’°f°'° C°”' special account of the moneys thus transferred, and of their application,
` shall be laid before Congress previous to its adjournment. Avimovno, June 30, 1834. S·r.u·u·ra I. June 30, 1834. Can. CLXXIII.—An Act for changing the term of the district court, for the """"""`" western district of Louisiana. (a) Term to com- Be it enacted by the Senate and .House of Representatives of the United
- ‘;;‘d°;’IO;3a *2; States of America, in Congress assembled, That the term of the district
M,,,ch_ y court of the United States for the western district of Louisiana, shall hereafter commence and be holden on the third Monday of March in each and every year, instead of the time heretofore appointed by law, and the court shall then be holden under the powers, duties, rules, and regulations heretofore prescribed by law. Process, Src. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all process, pleadings, motions, ggsiézufeig the suits and business, heretofore begun, pending, and undetermined, shall ' stand continued, valid and adjourned over to the said next term of said court to be holden on the said third Monday in March next, then to be proceeded in, as if regularly returnable to, notified, or set, for that term. Aernovnn, June 30, 1834. Srnrurm I.
- 7¤¤¤ 30. $$4- CHAP. CLXXIV.—An Act to prohibit the corporationsof Washington, Georgetown,
and Hlexandria, in the District of Columbia, from issuing promissory notes or bills if any denomination less than ten dollars after the period therein mentioned, and for the gradual withdrawal from circulation of all such notes or bills. N°*°S_°f? l°” Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRqJresentatives of the United d€°°m"m`°° States of America in Co ass bl d Th t it shall ot be lawful for than ten dollars r ngress cm K ¤ a ll not to be issued the corporations of Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria, in the Dis- ¤f**>' Mamh It trict of Columbia, or either of them, after the first day of March, eigh- 1g3g' teen hundred and thirty-nine, to issue any promissory note or bill of a Proviso. less denomination than ten dollars: Provided, That it shall not be lawful for either of the corporations aforesaid to make or issue any new promissory note or bill, after the passage of this act, of a less denomination than ten dollars. One-mth of the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That each and all the corporations ¤¤’¤¤U ¤<>¥<¤¤ *0 aforesaid shall annually withdraw from circulation and destroy promissory
- §;al,Q‘;'; notes or bills respectively issued by either of them of a less denominalamia. tion than ten dollars, so as to effect a reduction of one-hfth per annum of
the amount which each corporation may have in circulation of the said notes or bills; and render an account at each session to Congress, showing the amount withdrawn and extinguished as aforesaid, and the balance sti l in circulation.
('¢;.2I4See notes of the acts which have been passed relating to the district court of Louisiana, vol. iii. P. ·