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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 12, 13, 14. 3 sary expense uttendin g the same shall not cxccad in the aggregate three thousand dollars. Approved, February 8, 1882. CHAP. 12.-An act to approprints iivs thousand dollars for a kin auspo ' and urrauginig c611th1in agricultural and mjnera,1 spgcignaugj tr mug Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represevztatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there is hereby appropri- Department of ated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the A$1'i<=¤1*·¤¤2 *0 N- sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, §:;"° “P°°!;?‘°“: for the purpose of enabling the Commissioner of Agriculture to pack At{:u°§§pg;; `°° ° and transport to Washington, and arrange for permanent exhibition, ’ _ _ certain 8gl'i0\11u1I‘3•1 and mineral specimens recently exhibited at the APP’°P"“"“°“‘ Atlanta exposition and presented to the Department of Agriculture by the exhibitors and to pay any necessary expenses already incurred for that purpose, said sum to be immediately available; and that the Commissioner of Agriculture shall report to Congress an itemized account of expenditures Approved, February 13, 1882. CHAP. 13.-An act for the relief of colnmd emigrants. F°b 15 188% Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Oongrcas assembled, That all clothing and other (,,1,,,,,; un;- articles, being charitable contributions or the avails of charitable con- grants, imported tributions, imported in good faith prior to January first, eighteen hun- <=h¤¤'i*i¤¤ f°¤'» *°° dred and eighty-thmc, for the relief or aid of colored persons who may °f du"!" have emigrated from their homes to other States, and not for sale, and all such articles importcdnnd now in bond, shall bs admitted free of duty, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may pm-- scribe: Provided, That such articles shall be delivered only to State or municipal corporations, or to some society or institution established for chnritablc purposes: Andprovidcdfurther, That thé importers or con- Proviooe. signocs of such articles shall give such security as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe for the payment of lawful duties on such articles should any of them be sold or used contmry to the provisions and · intent of this act. Sec. 2. That this act shall take chbct ii·0m its passage and remain in force until January first, eighteen hundred and eighty-timr. Approved, February 15, 1882. i / CHAP.].!-.- IGtt0¤h¥'¤th6D8lD80fth6NIti0DIl]!00b8Dj0B’BIDk1D§· Anocis- q , 7,1K, Atzm of New crk to that of Wall Street National Bank L Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the name of the National N qi¤¤¤ ¤1 LP- Mcchanics’ Banking Association of New York, a corporation transact- g;?d°£’“§§ ing business in the city, county, and State ofNcw York shall be changed y,,;,' t,, ,;},1, 8, to Wall Street National Bank, whenever the board 01, directors of said name. banking association shall accept tho new name by resolution of the said board, and cause a copy of said resolution, duly authenticated, to bo tiled with the Comptroller of the Currency: Provided, That such ac~ umu. ccptsnco be made within six months after the mmf of this act, that all the uxponsss incident to such change, in uding engraving, shall be borne and paid by said bank. BIG. 2. That the debts, dividends, liabilities, rights, privileges, and powers of the said Nsnonal Mechanic! Banking Association shall do