50 SEVENTH CONGRESS. S¤ss.II. Ch.22,38 1803. tion of said collector, for the sums of their former bonds respectively, payable in twelve months from and after the day of payment specified in the bonds to be taken up or cancelled as aforesaid; and the said colgzctgr is herelby authorizpd apd direcged to lgiye·up,hor carEcel,hallhspch on s upon the receipt o others as escribe in t is ac · w rc ast mentioned bonds shall be proceeded with, in all respects, like other bonds which are taken by collectors for duties due to the United States; Provided, however That nothing in this act contained shall extend to bonds which had fallen due before the twenty-sixth dav of December 1 t Y . as . Approved, February 19, 1803. Srnurs II. March 2, 1803. CHAP. XXII.-An Act for the relief of Moses PV/rite. Be it enacted, ¢$·c., That the proper accouutinrr officers adjust and Account of settle the claim of Moses 1Vhite, fhr his additionalapay and emoluments g)l‘LS:;;H;g° ap aid-de-camp to Brigadier—General Moses Hazen, from the first day ' o August, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one, to the third da of November, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three, upon thld same principles which have heretofore prevailed in the settlement of the accounts of aids—de—camp to brigadier-generals in the line of the revolutionary army; and that they liquidate the same in like manner as thougih a firgal settlement certificate, in the customary form, had been issue there or when due. Arrnovsu, li/[arch 2, 1803. Snrnrz II. March 3, 1g0g_ C1-mr-. XXXV11I.—An .0ct for the relief of Joshua Harvey, and others. g,,,,,;,, ,,e,._ Be it enacted. dm., That Joshua Harvey, Augustine Baughan, Isaiah sons eyrsrnpted Mankin, Richard Caton, and Frederick Kast, shall not, nor shall either gg,;lQ¤l3‘3g‘;gcf°' of them be liable to imprisonment for any debt or debts contracted by U_ S_ them to the United States, prior to the committing of the several acts of bankruptcy, upon which they were respectively declared bankrupts: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed in any manner to impair the right of the United States, to satisfaction of any debt due from either of the above named persons, out of any property winch they may hereafter respectively acquire, or out of the effects of t e said bankrupts which are now in or may hereafter come to the hands of the respedtive assignees, nor to affect any security which may have been given by the said bankrupts: And provided, also, That in Ease it shpll at any time appear, tthat either of th? said bankrupt? hpis leen gui y o any concea ment o property, or 0 any manner o rau , Acw[Ap,5|4, in yrolation of the provisions of the act entitled "An act to establish an 1800, ch. 19. uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States," such person against whom such fraud or concealment shall be so proved, shall forfeit and lose the whole benefit of this act. Approved, March 3, 1803.
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