TENTH CONGRESS. Sess. Il. Ch. 6, 8. 1809. 511 hired and armed, shall be employed under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That the powers given to the President no president of the United States by the seventh section of the act of 1<>¤z<>r authoriz- March the twelfth, one thousand eight hundred and eight, to gram ps;. °‘l.°? gmt P;" mission to citizens having property of value in places without the juris- dinhttdhnieggelsfdiction of the United States, to despatch vessels for the same, shall 1808, ch. 33. henceforth cease. Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, That this shall be in force Ccntiuuauce from and after the passing thereof, during the continuance of the act, °*" *hl¤ ¤¤*· ihmuled “An act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the 1807* °h'5' ports and harbors of the United States," and no longer, Arruov1·:1>, January 9, 1809. —-—-— Srnrvmz II. CHAP. VI.-An Act in revive and continue in force, for u further time, the first Jan. 10, 1809. section of the nat, intimlcd Min act further to protect lhe commerce and seamen _"‘—"" nf the United States, against Hm Barbary powm·s." [Obsolete_] Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesqf the United States if America in Congress assembled, That so much of the act, A,,t,,pMmh passed on the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand eight hundred 26, 1804,ch.46. and four, intituled “An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States, against the Barbary powers," as is contained in the first section of the said act, (and which was revived and continued in force, for the time therein mentioned, by an act, intituled "An act to Act Oy Jam revive and continue in iiirce, for a further time, the first section of the 19, 1808,ch.11· act, intituled An act further to protect the commerce and seamen of the United States, against the Barbary powers," passed the nineteenth day of January, one thousand eight hundredand eight,) be, and the same hereby is revived and continued in force, until the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and ten: Provided however, that the additional duty laid by the said section shall be collected on all such Mdi¢l¤¤¤l goods, wares and merchandise, liable to pay the same, as shall have d"°Y‘ been imported previous to that day. Approved, January 10, 1809. -·-···— Sruurn II. CHAP. VIII.-Jin Act authorizing the proprietors of squares mul lots in the City Jm ig, 1g0g_ qf Washinglmz, to have the same subdivided and admitted to record. ···-·—-——-— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Prvprietors of States ry" America in Congress assembled, That whenever the proprie- ;Q;“;’°;;£"f£‘§é tor of any square or lot in the city of Washington shall deem it neces- th,,m_ sary to subdivide such square or lot into convenient building lots, pieces or portions for sale and occupancy, and alleys for their accommodation, he may cause a plat of the same to be made, on which shall be expressed the dimensions and length of all the lines of such portions as are necessary, for defining and laying 0H` the same on the ground, and may certify such subdivision under his hand and seal, in the presence of two or more credible witnesses, upon the same plat, or on a paper or parchment attached thereto. Sec. 2. And be it jim-ther enacted, That at the request of the said pro- Subdivisions prietor, the surveyor of the city shall examine whether the lots, pieces my be examin- 0r parcels into which any square or lot may be subdivided as aforesaid, avg! 2::6 s';;' agree in dimensions with the whole of the square or lot so intended to ,,,,;d€§g_ be subdivided, and whether the dimensions expressed on the plat of subdivision, be the true dimensions of the parts so expressed; and if upon such examination, he shall find the plat correct, he shall certify the same under his hand and seal, with such remarks as appear to him necessary
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