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SIXTY-SIXT H CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cus. 89-91. 1919. 325 (b) The term " interstate or foreign c0mmerce" as used m this ."I¤*°*S*¤*¤ 9* *0* Act; sihall include transportation from one State, Territory, or the me °°mm°m°', DlStf1Ct. of Columbm, to another State, Territory, or the District of Columbia, pr to a. fore1gn country, or from 2. foreign country to any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia. l _ $nc. 3. That whoever shall transport or cause to be transported t _P“¤*$!¤¤°¤* *0* m interstate or foreign commerce a motor vehicle, knowing the same ¤;$?g¤P $g1$?éles?t°l°° to have been st,01e¤, shall be punished by a ine of not more than $5,000, or by 1mpris0nment of not more than five years, or both. _Sm. 4. That whoever shall receive, conceal, store, barter, sell, or k.£$l}{¤§]§m$eI$§i\-{SQ, chspose of any motor vehicle, moving as, or which is e part of, or $$gg§égS» em-» ¤*<>k=¤ which constitutes interstate or foreivn commerce, knowing the same ` to have been stolen, shall be punisied b a fine of not more than $5,000, or%y; 1mpris0nme11t of not more tlmn five years, or both. _ Sec. 5. at any person violati this Act ma. be punished in u:u?“° °f °'°s°°“` any district in or through which Slggl motor vehicle has been transported 01* removed by such offender. Received by the President, October 17, 1919. [Non: BY mm DEPARTMENT or STATE.——Tl16 foregoing act havin been presented to the President of the United States for his approvag gmd not having been returned by him to the house of Congress m which xt originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has become a law without his approval.] . 0 be 1 . CHAP. 90.—J`oint Resolution Authorizing and directing the Secretary of Agricul- Ig?-Y· {*:3: L20?] ture to prepare and issue a. supplementary report on the condition of the cotton crop, Resolved by the Senate and House of Igégiiesentatives of the United Comm States of America in Congress assembled, t the Secretary of Ag? Suppleggxllery reculture is hereb authorized and directed to prepare and pub I1 §‘,§§,";§f°§‘§'§t$,'i‘,§,°“§_;; not later than lgrovember 2, 1919, a. sxgaplementary estimate of the 1919- condition of the cotton crop as of the ate October 25, 1919 Received by the President, October 18, 1919. [Norm mr mu Dnrmmmm or STATE.—Tl1B foregoing joint 1'BSO- lution having been presented to the President of the United States for his approval, and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress in which it originated within the time prescribed by the Consgtution of the United States, has become a. law without lus upprov .] _ ` ‘ 0 zu xm. CHAP. 91.-Au Act To authorize the Secretary of the Iuteriorpo adjust dispxgtes ct0l);T55-,1 0r claims by entrymeu, selectors, grantees, and patentees of the Umved Qtatcs agaupst the United States and between each other, arising from faulty purveys u1_towushipe ' twentymine south, range twenty-eight east; also in townships £h1l’tY·81X, tlurty-pevep, and thirty-eight south, ranges twenty-nine and tlurty east, Tallabasee meridian, un the State of Florida, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives pfithe Uviited Pubucmds States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Jmjustmengotfuuli Interioxibe, and he is hereby, authorized to eqmtebly adjust d.1s¥utes_,,*§t,;""

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United States, their heixs or 8551%].13 agamst the mted States and between each other, arising from aulty surveys 111 towpslug twenty- nine south, r twenty-eight east; also m townslppst thirty-seven, —¢-aight south, ranges twentymme. end y east, Tallahassee meridgzm, in the State of Florida, the send gurveys having been shown to have been faulty by the rwurvey of pertam lends wgggeglggégmqg in said townships, and for this purpose the sud Secretary xs authonzed mm: mm.