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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sr.ss.1I. Rus. 14,15. 1845. . 80] N o. 14. .0 Joint Resolution directin the Sccretar o the Treusur whenever an State shall have been or may be ifdyault {or dzcjpayment of interest or pririi eipal on investments in its stocks or ands wld by the United States in trust, to retain certain moneys to which such State is entitled for the purposes therein named. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That whenever any Stale Amount due shall have been or may be in default for the payment of interest or prin- ¤¤ SW6 ¤¤¤¢l$¤ cipal on investments in its stocks or bonds, held by the United States in :"£g,b¥)li‘);,S"“ trust, it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to retain the withheld from whole, or so much thereof as may be necessary, of the per centage to lllé S¤¤¢¢§ lll}- which such State may be entitled, of the proceeds of the sales of the E§;n‘;‘:;:;;'S°"' public lands within its limits, and apply the same to the payment of said ° interest or principal, or to the reimbursement of any sums of money expended by the United States for that purpose. Approved, March 3, 1845. ` No. 15. A Resolution authorizing the employment of additional inspectors of the March 3, 1845. customs at the port qf.New Orleans. ··——-—-——-——-• Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be lawful for Collector may the collector of the customs for the district of New Orleans, with the °¤"•l&l°>' :*0*** approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury, to employ, from time to °°° mg U" time, if the public service requires it, at the port of New Orleans, persons as occasional inspectors of the customs, not exceeding ten in number, in addition to the inspectors now authorized by law, who shall be subject to the same rules and regulations as are now prescribed by law for occasional inspectors. Armzovrzp, March 3, 1845. V0:.. V.——101