TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch.16’7,168,169. 1832. 503 from the passing of this act, to introduce into public use in the United States, the said inventions or improvements; or in case the same, for any one period of six months alter such introduction, shall not continue to be publicly used and applied in the United States; or in case proper models shall not, within the term last mentioned, be deposited in the Patent Otbce, corresponding with the specifications, to be filed by them, respectively. Approved, July 3, 1832. Srnuu I. CHAP. CLXVH. — dn ./Yctfor the relief of David Brook:. July 4, 1832. Be it enacted, &c., That the allowance required to be made to the said David Brooks by the act, entitled "An act for the relief of David Allowance to Brooks," approved May the twenty-ninth, one thousand eight hundred mm- *° b° and thirty, shall commence and be computed from the third day of °§’],‘f’,},'iu;,, 29, March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, instead of the first 1830, ch. 199. day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. Approved, July 4, 1832. ___ Srnurn I. CHAP. CLXVIIL-—-.£ln Act for the relief of Samuel Dale. July 4, 1832. Be it enacted, dw., That the Third Auditor of the Treasury is hereby authorized and required to audit and settle, on principles of equity Amounts fg and justice, the accounts of Samuel Dale, for supplies of forage, rations, be Settled f¤¤‘ and other articles, and for transportation furnished by him to a detach- ““l’l’1‘°“* &‘°‘ ment of the United States troops, militia, and rangers, in an expedition from Fort Dale against the hostile Indians in Alabama, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, excepting forage and rations furnished to the company of William F. Ware, part of that detachment, who has been paid for the same; and the amount found due said Dale to be paid to him by the Secretary of the Treasury, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Armovsn, July 4, 1832. STATUTB I. Gun. CLXIX.-in dctfor the relief of Aaron Show. July 4, 1832. Be it enacted, ¢$~c., That the proper accounting officers of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to audit and settle Claim on ae. the claim of Aaron Snow, a revolutionary soldier, on account of three °°“!¤ ¤Y¤¤¤¤i¤ several certificates issued to and in the name of the said snow, by John Qc Pierce, late Commissioner of Army Accounts, during the revolutionary` war, namely : one numbered twenty-seven thousand and ninety-four, dated January first, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, for forty-four dollars and sixty-six ninetieths; and one numbered twenty- seven thousand three hundred and seventy-three, dated January twentieth, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, for eighty dollars; and one numbered thirty-one thousand three hundred and five, dated March first, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, for eighty-six dollars and sixty ninetieths ; which certificates appear by the books of the Register of the Treasury, to be outstanding and unpaid; and that the sums found to he due on said certificates, with interest thereon, be paid to the said Aaron Snow, out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated: Provided, That the said Snow shall first exe- Prcvisc. cute and deliver to the Comptroller of the Treasury a bond of indemnity, in double the amount of the sum to be paid, with such sufficient security as the said Comptroller shall direct and approve. Approved, July 4, 1832.
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