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THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sr-zss. I. Ch. 79. 1850. 511 March, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, be, and the same are hereby, extended to said port of Memphis. Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That the port of entry now Port of entry existing by law as the port of entry in the collection district of lliiami,  !~ii_¤¤¤i»d0hi;>. Ohio, be, and the same is hereby, changed and transferred to the T:E,::r5h,,,_ ° town of Toledo, in the State of Ohio, and all the laws now in force in regard to said port of entry in the said collection district of Miami, be, and the same are hereby, declared to be in full force, and to apply to the new port of entry of Toledo, and the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to cause the archives and Archives and custom-house of said district of of Miami to be transferred to the town ‘° of Toledo. ' Sec. I3. And be it further enacted, That the town of Chelsea, in Chelsea, Mass. the State of Massachusetts, shall be attached to and made part of the a€*°°h;dC;° Ellsport of entry and collection district of Boston and Charlestown, in the M °s` State of Massachusetts, as now existing by law, and goods imported into the port of Boston and Charlestown, and destined for the port of Chelsea, may be landed and warehoused under the provisions of the warehousing act of sixth of August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, at 1846,e1i.84. Chelsea, under the custody and control of the collector of Boston and Charlestown, and the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint an inspector of customs for said port of Chelsea. Inspector. Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That the towns of Evansville Evansville and and New Albany shall be ports of delivery, and shall be subject to the $:::8 °Qg’°2¥ same regulations and restrictions as other ports of delivery in the dei;,.,,,,}? United States: and there shall be appointed a surveyor of the customs to reside at each of said ports, who shall, in addition to their own duties, also perform the duties and receive the salary and emolument of surveyors, prescribed by the act of Congress, passed on the second of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, providing for the payment 1831, ch. 81. of duties on imported goods at certain ports therein mentioned, the same being entitled "An Act allowing the duties on foreign merchandize imported into Pittsburgh, Wheeling, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville, and Natchez, to be received and paid at those places," and the said towns of Evansville and New Albany, and the said ports of delivery, be, and the same are hereby, annexed to, and made part Attached to ol, the collection district of New Orleans; and all the privileges gjlmn °* NW and facilities afforded to Pittsburgh, and Wheeling, and Cincinnati, mms' Sec., by the act of Congress of second of March, eighteen hundred 1831, ch. 87. and thirty-one, be, and the same are hereby, extended to said ports of Evansville and New Albany. Ssc. 15. And be it further enacted, That so much of an act entitled Repeal of the "An Act to establish a port of entry at Saluna, [Saluria,] in the State of :°*0r‘f;?2f:f3'*”$ Texas, and for other purposes," approved the third day of March, slim,, T,,;,;, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, as fixes the said port of entry at Su- Md ¢r¤¤¤f¢r ¤r lana, and requires the residence of the collector to be there, shall be, g;°f,;am° t° La and the same is hereby, repealed, and hereafter the port of entry and 1847, eh. 67. the residence of the collector shall be at La Salle, in said district. Sec. 16. And be it_fi4rtIu:r enacted, That the provisions of the sev- Modification or enth section of the act entitled "An Act allowing drawbacks upon $,*3* °f my- Fhforeign merchandize, exported in the original packages to Chihuahua d,f,,,.b,,,:,,°m§§ and Santa Fe, in Mexico, and to the British North American provinces fqreign merchanadjoining the United States," approved third March, eighteen hundred d"i‘gj,5 eh_ 7D_ and forty-tive, be, and the same are hereby, so far modified as to allow ' any foreign imported merchandize, in the original packages, which has been entered, and the duties paid, according to law, to be transported, with benefit of drawback, by land or by water, or partly by land and partly by water, toeither of the ports designated in said section, or such ports as may have been, or may hereafter be, designated, in pursuance of