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A Statement of the RECEIPTS of the United States, from the 4th of March, 1789, to the 31st of December 1832; also, the balances, &c.(Concluded from the preceding page.)
24,605, 665 37
18,692 81 45,187 56 12,621,459 84 74,712 10 12,451,184 14 266,149 15 12,945,455 95 177,905 96 15,001,391 31 115,518 18 11,064,097 63 112,575 53 11,835,840 02 19,039 80 13,689,508 14 10,004 19 15,608,828 78 34,935 69 16,398,019 26 21,802 35 17,062,544 09 23,699 51 7,773,473 12 84,476 84 12,144, 206 53 60,068 52 14,431,838 14 41,125 47 22,639,039 76 236,571 00 40,524,844 95, 119,399 81 34,559,536 95 150,282 74 50,961,237 60 123,994 61 57,171,421 82 80,389 17 33,833,592 33 37,547 71 21,593,936 66 57,027 10 54,872 49
57,044 38 2,249, 190 77
59,450 12 1,446,149 23
4,037,005 26 268,910 89 3,999,388 928,606,428 00
7,546,813 31 10,848,749 10 2,623,311 99 12,935,330 95 3,295,391 00 14,995,793 95 5,020,697 64 11,064,097 63 4,825,811 60 11,826,307 38 13,560,688 20 15,559,931 07 16,398,019 26 17,060,721 93 9,941,809 96 7,773,478 12 3,848,056 78 9,384,214 28 2,672,276 57 14,423,529 09 3,502,305 80 9,801, 132 76 3,862,217 41 14,840,409 95 5,196,542 00 11,181,625 16 1,727,848 63 15,696,916 82 13, 106,592 89 47,676,985 66 22,033,519 19 33,099,049 74 14,989,465 48 21,585,171 04 1,478,526 74|
4,538, 129 80
A Statement of the EXPENDITURES of the United States, from the 4th of March, 1789. to the 31st December, 1832; also, the total amount appropriated, and the balances of appropriations, in each year.
$137,158,047 31 24, 143,592 33 32, 194,703 11 190,588,643 2117,208, 262 226,710,307 23
160, 126 34
A Statement of the EXPENDITURES of the United States, from the 4th of March, 1789, to the 31st December, 1832; also the total amount, &c. Concluded from preceding page.)
[13,413,188 16112,703,938 23 408,090,204 08 342,250,890 88 872,419,983 56
8,239,423 63 11,355,748 22
24,585,281 55 26,882,220 02
Acts relating to the Customs passed at the 1st and 2nd Sessions of the 22nd
An ACT concerning Tonnage duty on Spanish Vessels.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That no other or greaser duty of tonnage be levied in the ports of the United States on vessels owned wholly by subjects of Spain, coming from a port in Spain, than shall, by the Secretary of the Treasury be ascertained to have been paid on on American vessels in the por's of Spain previous to the twentieth of October, one thousand eight hun
dred and seventeen.
SEC 2. And be it further enacted, That vessels owned wholly by Spanish subjects, coming from any of the colonies of Spain, either directly or after touching at any other port or place, shall pay, in the ports of the United States, the same rate of duty on tonnage that shall be levied on American vessels in the Spanish colonial port from whence such Spanish vessels shall have last departed; the said amount to be ascertained by the Secretary of the Treasury, who is hereby authorized, from time to time, to give directions to the officers of the customs of the United States for the collection of such duties, so as to conform the said duties to any variation that may take place in the duties levied on American vessels in such Spanish ports.
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That whenever the President shall be satisfied that the discriminating or countervailing dusies of tonnage levied by any foreign nation on the ships or vessels of the United States, shall have been abolished, he may direct that the tonnage duty on the vessels of such nation shall cease to be levied in the ports of the United States; and cause any duties of tonnage that may have been levied on the vessels of such foreign nation, subsequent to the abolition of its discriminating duties of tonnage to be refunded.
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the second and third sections of this act shall be in force and take effect from and after the first day of January next. [Approved, July 13, 1832.]
An ACT to alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on Imports. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty three, so much of the act entitled "An act in alteration of the several acts imposing duties on imports," approved the nineteenth May, one housand eight hundred and twenty-eight as is herein otherwise provided for, shall be repealed, except so far as the same may be necessary for he recovery and collection of all duties which shall have accrued under the said act; and for the recovery, collection, distribution, and remission of all fines, penalties, and forfeitures, which may have been incurred under the same.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty three, in lieu of the duties now imposed by law, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, there shal be levied, collected, and paid, the following duties, that is to say! First: Wool, unmanufactured, the value where f, at the place of expor tation, shall not exceed eight cents per pound, shall be imported free of duty; and if any wool so imported shall be fine wool mixed with dirt or other material, and thus reduced in value to eight cents per pound, or under, the ap praisers shall appraise said wool at such price as in their opinion it would havd cost had it not been so mixed, and a duty thereon shall be charged in conformity with such appraisal; on wool, unmanufactured, the value where
of, at the place of exportation, shall exceed eight cents, shall be levied four cents per pound, and forty per centum d valorem: Provided, Tha woul imported on the skin shal be estimated, as to weight and value, as other wool. Second. On all milled and fulled cloth, known by the names of plains, ket-eys, or kendal contons, of which wool shall be the only material, the value whereof shall not exceed thirty-five cents a square yard, five per centum ad valorem; on worsted stuff goods, shawls and other manufactures of silk and worsted, en per centum ad valorem; on worsted yarn, twenty per centum ad valorem; on woollen yarn, four cents per pound, and fifty per centum ad valorem; on mits, gloves, bindings, blankets, hosiery, and carpets and carpeting, twenty-five per centum, except Brussels, Wilton and treble ingrained carpeting, which thall be at sixty-three cents the square yard, all other ingrained and Venetian carpeting, at thirty-five cents the quare yard; and except blankets, the value whereof, at the place from whence exported, shall not exceed seventy-five cents each, the duty to be levied upon which, shall be five per centum ad valorem; on flannels, bockings, and baizes, sixteen cents the square yard; on coach Laces thirty-five per centum; and upon merino shawis made of wool, all other manufactures of woo, or of which wool is a component part, and on ready made clothing, fitty per centum ad
Third On all manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton shall be a component part, twenty-five per centum ad valorem, excepting cotton twist, yarn, and thread, which shall remain at the rate of duty fixed by the act to amend the several acts imposing duties on impor s, of twenty-second May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four; And provided, That all manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton shall be a componem part, not dyed, colored, printed, or stained, not exceeding in value thirty cents the square yard, shali be valued at thirty cents per square yard, and if dyed, colored, printed, or stained, in whole or in part, not exceeding in value thirty-five cents the square yard, shall be valued at thirty-five cents per square yard; aud on nankeens, imported direct from China, twenty per centum ad valorem.
Fourth On ali stamped, printed or painted floor cloths, forty-three cents a square yard; on oil cloths of all kinds, other than that usually denominated patent floor cloth, twelve and a half cents the square yard; and on floor matting, usually made of flags and other materials, five per centum ad va orem. Fifth. On iron, in bars or bolts, not manufactured in whole or in part by rolling, ninety cents per one hundred and twelve pounds.
Sixth. On bar and bolt iron, made wholly or in part by rolling, thirty dol lars per ton: Provided, That all iron in slabs, blooms, or other form less finished than iron in bars or bolis, and more advanced than pig iron, except castings, shall be rated as iron in bars or bolts, and pay duty accordingly.
Seventh. On iron in pigs, fifty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds: on vessels of cast iron, not otherwise specified, one and a half cents per pound; on all other castings of iron, not otherwise specified, one cent per pound.
Eighth. On iron or steel wire, not exceeding number fourteen, five cents per pound; exceeding number fourteen, nine cents per pound; on silvered or plated wire, five per centum ad valorem; on cap or bonnet wire covered with silk, cotton, flaxen, yarn or thread, manufactured abroad, twelve cents per pound
Ninth. On round iron or braizer's rods, of three-sixteenths to eight-sixteenths of an inch diameter, inclusive, and on iron in nail or spike rods, or nail plates, slit, rolled, or hammered, and on iron in sheets, and hoop iron, and on iron, slit, rolled, or hammered for band iron, scroll iron, or casement rods, three cents per pound; on iron spikes, four cents per pound; on iron nails, cut or wrought, five cents per pound; on tacks, brads, and sprigs, not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, five cents per thousand; exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, five cents per pound; on square wire used for the manufacture of stretchers for umbrellas, and cut in pieces noi