When practicable, a contract for transporting bullion, cash, or securities of the Federal Government shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder after notice to all parties with means of transportation.
July 7, 1884, ch. 332, (words after “fifty five thousand dollars” in 3d par. under heading “Miscellaneous Objects Under the Treasury Department”), 23 Stat. 204.
The words “bullion, cash, or securities of the Federal Government” are substituted for “moneys, bullion, coin, notes, bonds, and other securities of the United States, and paper” to eliminate unnecessary words. The word “awarded” is substituted for “let” to use more modern terminology.
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