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TWENTIETH CONGRESS. Sess.I. Cr-1. 59, 60, 67. 1828. 277 persons so to be appointed by the President of the United States, shall not exceed in amount the compensation allowed by the government of Louisiana to the person or persons appointed, on its part, for the same ob'ect. JS¤c. 2. And be it further enacted, That the person or persons, so to Person apbe appointed by the President of the United States, with such as have £`°;;‘;°?w;°,.ah_ been or shall be appointed for the same purpose, on the part of the state .,,,,,,6,,d drum, of Louisiana, after they, in conjunction, shall have run, and distinctly one of which marked said line, shall make two fair drafts, or maps thereofi both of gill} t‘:;P°` which shall be certified by them, and one of which shall be deposited in se,,,e,,,,,y 0,- the office of the Secretary of State for the United States, and the other State·s cmce, delivered to the governor of Louisiana. °;l;‘;_ Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That, for the purpose of carrying ,,0,. of L€,uiSi_ this act into execution, the sum of one thousand dollars be, and the same ana. is hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury, not 1000 ‘lj’u*;‘i’“ otherwise appropriated. appr°Pu`m ' Arr-novnn, May 19, 1828. Srnvrs I. Cum. L1X.—An Act concerning the orplzans’ court of Jleazandria county, in the May 19, 1g25g_ District of Columbia. f Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ hdaé ¤¤*h<>- States of America, in Congress assembled, Thut in addition to the regular 21:;:% ;:J;$gS monthly sessions of the orphans’ court of Alexandria county, in the dis- ` trict aforesaid, as now authorized by law, that the judge of the aforesaid court be, and he is hereby, authorized and empowered, to hold extra sessions thereof, whenever the public interest may require it. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in lieu of the per diem _ Iv receive allowance of six dollars, as now established by law, that he be allowed a 3¥;:“l‘{fl’°" . l Il 0W8D6B fixed salary of five hundred dollars per annum, payable in the same man- of si, ,],,11,,,,, 8 ner as heretofore the per diem allowance has been, any law to the con- fixed salary of trary notwithstanding. 2gg:;““"“ P" Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That this law shall be in force from Law}, be in and after the passing of the same. force atm the Ar-rnovsn, May 19, 1828. Esgséng °*`*h° Srnrvrm I. Can. LX.—An Act to reduce the duty on Greek and Latin books, printed previous May 19, 1g9g_ to the year one thousand seven hundred and seventyyfivc. ‘;;_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Duty on _ States of America, in Congress assembled, That the act, entitled "An act Eggs; ‘*';?n{*:l;·'“ to amend the several acts imposing duties on imports," passed twenty- P,,,,,,,§, to second of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, shall not be 17*15, not to he construed to impose upon books printed in Greek aud Latin, which the ;3g";;g€:’ °°" importer shall make it satisfactorily appear to the collector of the port at Act 0,- MQW 22, which the same shall be entered, were printed previous to the year one 1824, ch. 136. thousand seven hundred and seventy-five, a higher duty than four cents per volume. Ar-r·novm>, May 19, 1828. Srarurz I. Cun. LXVII.—An Act to the mint pt ;he city of Philadelphia, and for May ig, {g2g_ o purposes. u ?·*·—···· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Act Ormuch, States of America, in Congress assembled, That the act, entitled “An act 3» 1801, ¢h· 21- (a) See notes ofacts relating to the mint, »;idAt.o coins of the United States, vol. i. 246.