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384 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 402-405. 1896. coinage Act of eighteen hundred and ninetythree, upon the payment of a sum not less than the cost thereof; and all the provisions, whether penal or otherwise, of said coinage Act against the counterfeiting or imitating of coins of the United States, shall apply to the medals struck and issued under this Act. 0fN·;;li;l;ifjj;‘f¤;:gf¥· Sec. S. That the United States shall not in any manner, nor under mms. any circumstances, be liable for any of the acts, doings, proceedings, or representations of said Transmississippi and International Exposition ·Association, its officers, agents, servants, or employees, or any of them, or for service, salaries, labor, or wages of said officers, agents, servants, or employees, or any of them, or for any subscriptions to the capital stock, or for any certi’dcates of stock, bonds, mortgages, or obligation of any kind issued by said corporation, or for any debts, _ liabilities, or expenses of any kind whatever attending such corporation or accruing by reason of the same. mfj;gi·=*i°¤ im ¤°¤· That nothing in this Act shall be so construed as to create any ' liability of the United States, direct or indirect, for any debt or obligation incurred, nor for any claim for aid or pecuniary assistance from Congress or the Treasury of the United States in support or liquidation of any debts or obligations created by said commission in excess of appropriations made by Congress therefor. Approved, June 10, 1896. ·l¤¤° 1°-18** MCQ. 403.-An Act To provide for subports of entry and delivery in the State _‘e a. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqrresentatives of the United rims-. _ States of America in Congress assembled, That such places in the collec- §‘§ff‘,‘§;‘§§’,§,T';*‘,6& tion districts in the State of Florida as the Secretary of the Treasury may i Suwm to be dw from time to time designate shall be subports of entry and delivery, and g"'customs omcers shall be stationed at such subports, with authority to enter and clear vessels, receive duties, fees, and other moneys, and perform such other services and receive such compensation as, in the judgment of the Secretary of the Treasury, the exigencies of commerce may require. Repeal- Sec. 2. That all acts or parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. Approved, June 10, 1896. _,,,,,, l0_ mm CHAP. 404.-·An Act To make the city of Santa Barbera, county of Santo Barbara, .---. - --_— State of California, a subport of entry. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United d{·;>n¤z¤l<·¤¤¤»¢¤¤¤¤ States of America in Congress assembled, That the city of Santa Barbara, §.i.L{1s»r»¤m.¤¤b. State of California, be, and the same is hereby, made a subport of entry Wéiéjiggjffggéz v_ 5H_ in the district of Los Angeles, with the privileges of section seven of an v.;i.zig;iiz.t ’Act entitled “An Act_to amend the statutes in relation to immediate Mig “‘° ""’°l’°' transportation of dutmble goods, and for other purposes," approved v¤x.21.p.m. June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty. Approved, June 10, 1896. Jun, 10 mm CHAP. 405.-A.n Act To authorize the Secretary of War to improve and maintain .;;.7f the public roads within the limits of the national park at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United P(:_¤{¢r¤l•¤rsN¤*¤¤¤¤ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War is mins in iu- under hereby authorized in his discretion to improve and maintain the public S*°"°'·"Y °' W"- roads within the limits of the national park at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. _ over which jurisdiction has been or may hereafter be ceded to the United P'°""°‘ States: Provided, That nothing contained in this Act shall be deemed