Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/379

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54 STAT.I 76TH CONG. , 3D SESS.-CHS. 335 , 336-JUNE 12, 1940 "Terms of the district court for the eastern district shall be held at Termsofcourts. Charleston on the second Monday in October, the third Monday in January, and the fourth Monday in May; at Columbia on the first Monday in November and the third Monday in March- at Florence on the first Monday in December and the fourth Monday in April; at Aiken on the fourth Monday in September and the second Monday in February; and at Orangeburg on the third Monday in November and the second Monday in Aprif: Provided, That facilities for hold- 'aciities at ing court at Orangeburg are furnished free of expense to the United Orangeburg. States. The office of the clerk of the district court for the western Offices district shall be at Greenville and the office of the clerk of the district court for the eastern district shall be at Charleston. "All criminal cases shall be tried in the division in which the Trial of criminal offense was committed, unless upon proper showing the venue would cses be changed by the judge from one division to another, and this change be made only upon affidavits and motion made in open court after four days' notice to the adverse party." Approved, June 12, 1940. [CHAPTER 336] AN ACT June 12,1940 To amend section 73 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide a government for the [H. R. 9185] Territory of Hawaii", approved April 30, 1900, as amended. [Public, No. 6 05 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled That the Act Hawaiiandmegani entitled "An Act to provide a government for the Territory of 31' tat. 141. 6 Hawaii", approved April 30, 1900, as amended, is hereby further 48s . s.c .oI 6; amended by adding at the end of section 73 thereof the following nupp.V, 1670. paragraphs: rtjzation of "Any person or persons holding an unpatented homestead under indebtednesst of a special homestead agreement, entered into prior to the effective tanpersons. date of this paragraph, excluding those homesteads under the control of the Hawaiian Homes Commission as provided in section 203 of 48 us.o. § 697; the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920, shall be entitled to a Supp.V, 697. reamortization of the indebtedness due the Territory of Hawaii on account of such special homestead agreement upon filing an appli- Filing of applica. cation for the reamortization of said indebtedness with the Com- missioner within six months after the effective date of this paragraph. Upon the filing of any such application, the Commissioner shall dBetminatoen of^ determine the balance due the Territory in the following manner: The amount of the principal which would have been paid during the full period of payment provided for in the special homestead agreement had the agreement been duly performed according to its terms and the amount of the interest which would have been paid under the special homestead agreement prior to the effective date of this paragraph had the agreement been duly performed according to its terms shall be computed and added together; from the sum of these amounts there shall be deducted all moneys that have been actually paid to the Territory on account of the special homestead agreement whether as principal or as interest. The balance thus determined shall be the total amount remaining due and payable for the homestead covered by such special homestead agreement, any other terms, conditions, or provisions in any of said agreements, or any provisions of law to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, Pyment of taxes however, That nothing herein contained shall be deemed to excuse etc. the payment of taxes and other charges and assessments upon unpatented homestead lands as provided in said agreements, nor to excuse or modify any term, condition, or provision of said agreements other than such as relate to the principal and interest payable to the 345