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'FHIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 167, 168, 169. 1848. 303 for the person or persons authorized, as aforesaid, to hold such person such person or in custody, and to take him or her to the territories of such foreign sicdmgy g()V€l‘[|Il'l€[l!, PUTSUBDY. to 5110}} {TCU]; 3.Dd the PEYSOD S0 RCGIISCT1 suchforeign gov); shall escape out of any custody to which he or she shall be committed, °'{*m¢¤* *° *’°· or to which he or she shall be delivered, as aforesaid, it shall be lawful to retake such person in the same manner as any person accused of provided for. any crime against the laws in force in that part of the United States to which he or she shall so escape may be retaken, on an escape. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That when any person who shall Wh¤¤ MY verhave been committed under this act, or any such treaty, as aforesaid, to remain until delivered up in pursuance of a requisition, as aforesaid, this act,&c.,shall shall not be delivered up pursuant thereto, and conveyed out of the :°* b° "°'"°’°‘* . . . . p and conveyed United States within two calendar months after such commitment, over out of the 9,,;. and above the time actually required to convey the prisoner from the wd $¤=¤¤¤ Wi¤¤i¤ gaol to which he or she may have been committed, by the readiest :;°,u';`§‘;t;°:,m€{Q way, out of the United States, it shall, in every such case,` be lawful ments, any Ujudge for any judge of the United States, or of any State, upon application gL,;‘° or made to him by or on behalf of the person so committed, and upon cmu, may disproof made to him that reasonable notice of the intention to make such ¢:¤¤‘g<; him <>r application has been given to the Secretary of State, toorder the per- gy?";,,`;;` f;;T°` son so committed to be discharged out of custody, unless sufficient I cause shall be shown to such judge why such discharge ought not to be ordered. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That this act shall continue in t_T1nsalettoelonforce during the existence of any treaty of extradition with any foreign i:;"?;; x;;,,'; gOV€l‘nm8I1t, and 110 lOl1g8X. of any 'treaty of Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the °‘*'¤ ***°¤· &°·» . . and no longer. courts of the United States, or any of them, to authorize any person or Coma 0,. the persons to act as a commissioner or commissioners, under the provis· umm gems ions of this act; and the doings of such person or persons so author- my ¤¤*h°m<> ized, in pursuance of any of the provisions aforesaid, shall be good f,°:;°:,:,°,n,;_(;°n;$; and available to all intents and purposes whatever. under this eet,&e. Approved, August 12, 1848. Caar. CLXVIII. — An Ant concerning the Pay Department of the Army. Aug. 12, 1848. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Paymaster- Certain pay- General be, and he is hereby, authorized to allow any of the paymasters {fait': *;’0;’m‘?: of the army, who shall have been employed in the payment of volun- S;,,. gn the wm, teers, during the late war with Mexico, such a commission, not ex- disbumd by ceeding one half of one per eentum on all sums disbursed by them as them' aforesaid, as he shall deem a reasonable compensation for the risk and labor attending such service: Provided, That the said commission to Not to exceed any one paymaster shall not exceed one thousand dollars per annum, $1000- from the commencement to the close of the war. Sec. 2. And be it jiu·t7¤er· enacted, That the said Paymaster—General I k?¤Ym¤§;¢E’ may, in his discretion, allow to any paymaster’s clerk, in lieu of the {:,,::,5 g,],?,,,,,,,,,] pay now allowed by law, an annual salary of seven hundred dollars. palaryfor groom Approved, August 12, 1848. rildleii-edpay mw UHU. CLXIX.—.»9n Act in Relation to the Terms of the Circuit and District Aug. 12, 1848. Court: nf the United States in and for the District ofJ\'ew Jersey. ""'_"`*` Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Unikd States of America in Congress assembled, That the Circuit _ Times of hold- COUN of the United States for the district of New Jersey shall here- 3,% th° after be held on the fourth Tuesdays of March and September, instead Courts fordistriet