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ounded or used in payment of taxes at the dates and places prescribed above, there shall be levied a tax of thirty three and one-third cents for every dollar promised on the face of said notes; and these notes are to be fundable in bonds as above provided, until the first day of January, 1865, at the rate of sixty six and two third cents on the dollar. And it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury at any time between the 1st April east, and the 1st July, 1864, west of the Mississippi river, and the 1st January, 1865, to substitute and exchange new Treasury notes for the same, at the rate of sixty-six and two third cents on the dollar, provided that notes of the denomination of one hundred dollars shall not be entitled to the privilege of said exchange; provided further, that the right to fund any of said Treasury notes after 1st day of January, 1865, is hereby taken away; and provided further, that upon all such Treasury notes which may remain outstanding on the 1st Janu
property may be reduced in proportion to the damage sustained by the owner, or the tax assessed thereon may be reduced in the same ratio by the district codirector on satisfactory evidence submitted to him by the owner or assessor. Sec. 6. That the taxes on property laid for the year 1864 shall be assessed as on the day of the passage of this act, and be due and collected on the first day of June next, or as soon after as practicable, allowing an extension of ninety days west of he Mississippi river. The additional taxes on incomes or profits for the year 1863, levied by this act, shall be assessed and collected forthwith; and the taxes on incomes or profits for the year 1864 shall be assessed and collected according to the provisions of the tax and assessment acts of 1863. Sec. 7. So much of the tax act of the 21th day of April, 1863, as levies a tax on incomes derived from property or effects on the amount or value of which a tax is levied by this act and also the first sec