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The Property in every forged or counterfeit Stamp heretofore or now or hereafter provided or used by either of the Two Companies, and in every Part of every such forged or counterfeit Stamp, and in every Barrel having thereupon any Mark of any such forged or counterfeit Stamp or Part of a Stamp, and in every Barrel having thereupon any forged or counterfeit Mark or Imitation of a Mark, or of any Stamp or any Part of any Stamp heretofore or now or hereafter provided or used by either of the Two Companies, and in every Mark of any such Stamp or Part of a Stamp so transposed or removed or cut or severed from any Barrel, and in every Barrel from which any Mark of any such Stamp or Part of a Stamp is removed or transposed, cut, or severed, and in every Barrel to or upon which any such Mark is removed, transposed, or affixed, and in every Small Arm and Part of a Small Arm of which any such Barrel shall form Part, is by this Act vested absolutely in such One of the Two Companies as first claims the same; provided that any such vesting shall not exempt any Person from F1... any legal Consequences under this Act.
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