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410 THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 123, 124. 1849. huahua and Santa Fc, in Mexico, and to the British North Amerilcan provinces adjoining theHUnited States," approved March thnrd, mghteen hundred and fort - vc. Inspector tube Sec. 4. And be it f;rtlmr enacted, That the Secretary of the Treas- ¤1§*°i¤*¤d *°F!°; ury shall appoint an additional inspector, who shal1_ resxdc at Fon; grgwft M Brown, or such other place as may be designated by hnm as aforesaid, and who shall inspect all merchandise entitled to drawback under the provisions of this act, and otherwise protect the revenue. I Mc,-chmdm Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That, any merchandise which ¢¤*¤f¢d» &¤·; Qt sha]! have been duly entered at the port of Corpus Christi, and the g;’§p‘Q;mEh"Sh’ duties thereon paid or scoured according to law, may be transported ported _ . to Loredo,to ye to Lorcdd, on the R10 Grande, and from thence exported to Mexxco, f;:;*1°‘;f*°sl_';:: with the privilege of drawback: Provided, That such exportation bhck. shall be made within one year from the date of importation, and under Y*<>‘•’iS<>· the conditions and provisions of the act entitled "An Act allowing Et?' °h' 7c' drawback upon foreign merchandise exported in the original packages pector at _ __ _ . Laredo to be up- to Chihuahua and Santa. Fc, m Mexico, and to the British North P°i“*°d‘ American provinces adjoining the United States/’ approved March third, eighteen hundred and forty-Eve ; auddtbc ?crctary of the Treasury is hcreb authorized to appoint an ad itiou inspector to reside at Loredo, vzhc shall inspect all-merchandise entitled to drawback under the provisions of this act, and otherwise protect the revenue. S¤¢1‘<·>¤¤Y¤f’¤h€ Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasgggggugy gpg?} ury be authorized to appoint a deputy collector to reside at Chesanpxlecm to re- pcake City, in the State of Maryland, with authority to grant enrol-· “dQ( %.tC};&fi““ ments and licenses to vessels: Provided, That the compensation of PETS4g, QhY’1g7_' the said deputy collector shall be the usual foes of ciiice, and nothing Hi8 O01I1I3GB.- ]`[]O]'€, mgggsms and Sqc. 7. And be ft fhyther enacted, That_ths owners of vessels mrolments of residing on New Rnvcr, u1 Onslow county, m the State of North {gifs °én5;‘; Carolina, shall have the privilege of taking out registers or cnrolments, ,0u,,t3,,N_ C_ and licenses, at Wilmington, in said State, and the collector of that district is hereby authorized to grant the same on the conditions now required by law. Apruovmn, March 3, 1849. ¤¤~\‘¢h 3, 1849 CHAP. CXXIII. — J97L dot to cause the Northern Boundary of the State of Iowa """"""'—' to be nm and markzql. d1;°'fi:°;:fbff;; Be it enacted by flu; Sqnate and House of Representatives of the m {g mu md United States of America m Congress assembled, That the Surveyorm¤¤¥¢d· General of Wisconsin and Iowa, under the direction of the Commissioner of the General Land OiHcc, shall cause the northern boundary Pcshp.535; line of the State of Iowa to be run and marked, and suitable V°1-*-1*-22- monuments placed thereon; and the said Surveyor-General shall return one copy of said survey to` the General Land Office, and another copy to the executive of Iowa, to be deposited in the drchives of that State. Armovnn, March 3, 1849. March 3, 1849. CHAP. CXXIV. -—-An dat to amend the Act entitled “ dn dc! supplemental to the -—-———-— Act for the Admission of the States of Iowa and Florida into the Union." £4£c{5‘ 7%is_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the erictorrowgsep- United States of America in Congress assembled, That, for the pur-