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lying on the line of the European and North American Railway, in which Houlton shall be the only port of entry.”

Also, that sajd section twenty-five hundred and seventeen be further amended by inserting after the word “forty-seven," in the fourth line of the sixth clause thereof the following words:

"And the several towns, plantations, and townships in the counties of Aroostook and Washington lying on the line of the European and North American Railway," so that said clause, as amended, shall read as follows:

“Sixth. The district of Bangor, to comprise the counties of Penobscot Bangor district; and Piscataquis and the town of Frankfort, in the county of Waldo, as what to comprise.

R. S., Ø 2517. bounded on the third day of March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, and the several towns, plantations, and townships in the counties of Aroostook and Washington lying on the line of the European and North American Railway, in which Bangor shall be the port of entry and delivery, and Frankfort and Hampden ports of delivery."

SEC. 2. That the sixth clause of section twenty-five hundred and collector and eighteen of the Revised Statutes be amnended so as to read as follows: deputy collectors “Sixth. In the district of Bangor, a collector, who shall reside at

R. S., Ø 2518. Bangor; a deputy collector, who shall reside at Frankfort; and a deputy 1877, Feb. 27, ch collector, who shall reside at Vanceboro.” (February 17, 1881.] 69, par. 56.

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CHAPTER 61.

AN ACT TO GRANT LANDS TO DAKOTA, MONTANA, ARIZONA, IDAHO, AND WYOMING

FOR UNIVERSITY PURPOSES.

Feb. 18, 1881. 21 Stat. L., 326.

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Be it enacted, &c., That there be, and are hereby, granted to the Terri- Lands granted tories of Dakota, Montana, Arizona, Idaho, and Wyoming respectively, to Dakota, Monseventy-two entire sections of the unappropriated public lands within tana, Arizona, Ida

ho, and Wyoming each of said Territories, to be immediately selected and withdrawn from for university pursale and located under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, poses. and with the approval of the President of the United States, for the use and support of a university in each of said Territories when they shall be admitted as States into the Union: Provided, That none of said lands shall be sold except at public auc

to be sold only tion, and after appraisement by a board of commissioners, to be ap- at auction, and not pointed by the Secretary of the Interior: Provided further, That none of said lands shall be sold at less than the appraised value, and in no case at less than two dollars and fifty cents per acre:

Provided, That the funds derived from the sale of said lands shall be - proceeds; how invested in the bonds of the United States and deposited with the invested. Treasurer of the United States; that no more than one-tenth of said - tenth only to be

sold annually. lands shall be offered for sale in any one year; That the money derived from the sale of said lands, invested and de- - use of money de

rived from. posited as hereinbefore set forth, shall constitute a university fund; that no part of said fund shall be expended for university buildings, or the salary of professors or teachers, until the same shall amount to fifty thousand dollars, and then only shall the interest on said fund be used for either of the foregoing purposes until the said fund shall amount to one hundred thousand dollars, when any excess, and the interest thereof, may be used for the proper establishment and support respectively of said universities. (February 18, 1881.]

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CHAPTER 62.

Feb. 18, 1881. 21 Stat. L., 326.

AN ACT TO FIX THE TIMES FOR HOLDING THE DISTRICT AND CIRCUIT COURTS OF

THE UNITED STATES FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS.

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Be it enacted, &c. District and cir- [SECTION 1], That the district and circuit courts of the United States cuit courts of west- within and for the western district of Texas shall be bolden at the times Texas; when and hereinafter specified, namely: where held.

At Austin, commencing on the first Tuesdays in January and June; R. S., 09 572, 658. At San Antonio, commencing on the first Tuesdays in March and Oc1879, Feb. 24, ch. tober; 97, $ 4.

At Brownsville, commencing on the fourth Tuesdays in April and No.

vember. Repeal.

SEC. 2. That all laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. When takes ef- SEC. 3. That this act take effect on the first day of March, anno Domini fect.

eighteen hundred and eighty-one. [February 18, 1881.]

CHAPTER 71.

Feb. 23, 1881. 21 Stat. L., 330.

AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE TERMS OF THE UNITED STATES CIR

CUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS NOW HELD AT EXETER, FOR AND WITHIN THE DIS-
TRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, TO THE CITY OF CONCORD.

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Circuit and district courts to be held at Concord, N. H., instead of Exeter. Circuit and dis

Be it enacted, &c., That the terms of the United States circuit and district courts to be beld at Concord, trict courts now held at Exeter, for and within the district of New HampN. H., instead of shire, be, and the same hereafter shall be held at Concord in said disExeter.

trict. (1) (February 23, 1881.] R. S., 09 572,658.

NOTE.-- (1) The Revised Statutes, 59 572, 658, require these terms to be held: tbe district court on the third Tuesday in June and December, and the circuit court on tho eighth day of October.

CHAPTER 73.

Feb. 23, 1881. 21 Stat. L., 331.

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE NAVAL SERVICE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR

ENDING JUNE THIRTIETI, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-TWO, AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.

SECTION

SECTION 1. Appropriations for Navy, according to which 2. In Navy, boys between ages of 14 and 18 may Book of Estimates is to be made up.

be enlisted with consent of parents or guard.

ians. Be it enacted, &c. Appropriations, (SECTION 1], That the following sums be, and they are hereby, apaccording to which propriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise Book of Estimates is to be made up. appropriated, for the naval service of the government for the year end.

ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and for other pur

mers.

poses: – for active list of offi- For the pay of the Navy, for the active list, namely: For one Admiral, one Vice

Admiral, twelve rear-admirals, eight chiefs of bureau (commodores), twenty-four commodores, forty-seven captains, ninety commanders, eighty lieutenant-commanders, two hundred and eighty lieutenants, one hundred and one masters, ninety-five ensigns, seventy-five midshipmen, fifteen medical directors, fourteen medical inspectors, fifty surgeons, seventy-three passed assistant surgeons, sixteen assistant surgeons, twelve i pay-directors, thirteen pay-inspectors, fifty paymasters, thirty-one passed assistant paymasters, twenty assistant paymasters, sixty-nine chief engineers, ninety-six passed assistant engineers, forty-two assistant engineers, fifty-four cadet-engineers (graduates), twenty-four chaplains, eleven professors of mathematics, ten naval constructors, five assistant naval constructors, ten civil engineers, two hundred and four warrantofficers, forty-one mates, two hundred and sixty-eight cadet-midshipmen (on proba. tion), one hundred and five cadet-engineers, and one hundred and three cadet-midshipmen (not graduates); in all, three million nine hundred and one thousand one bundred dollars.

For pay of the retired-list, namely: For forty-one rear-admirals, twenty-one com--for retired list of modores, eighteen captains, seventeen commanders, fourteen lieutenant-commanders, officers. eight lieutenants, eleven masters, five ensigns, two midshipmen, twenty-two medical directors, one medical inspector, two surgeons, five passed assistant surgeons, eight assistant surgeons, nine pay-directors, one pay-inspector, three paymasters, two passed assistant paymasters, two assistant paymasters, seven chief engineers, nineteen passed assistant engineers, twenty-five assistant engineers, seven chaplains, six professors of mathematics, three naval constructors, eight boatswains, four gunners, thirteen carpenters, and eleven sailmakers; in all, six hundred and eighty-seven thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

and men.

For pay to petty-officers, seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmen, and boys, including for petty officers men in the engineers' force, and for the Coast Survey service, not exceeding eight thousand two hundred and fifty in all, two million four hundred and ninety thousand dollars.

for secretaries, clerks, paymasters,

For two secretaries, one to the Admiral and one to the Vice-Admiral, clerks to fleetpaymasters, paymasters of vessels, clerks at inspections, navy-yards, and stations, extra pay, exchange, and extra pay to men enlisted under honorable discharge; commission and interest, mileage, &c. transportation of funds, exchange and mileage, and for the payment of any such officers as may be in service either upon the active or retired list, during the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, in excess of the numbers for each class provided for in this act, and for any increase of pay arising from different duty, as the needs of the service may require, four hundred and eighty six thousand seven hundred and twenty-five dollars;

And should the sums herein before appropriated for the pay of the officers on the active and retired lists of the Navy be insufficient, then, and in that case, the Secretary of the Navy is here authorized to use any and all balances which may be due, or become due, to "pay of the Navy" from the other bureaus of the department for that purpose.

And hereafter the estimates for pay of the Navy shall be submitted in the book of estimates in detailed classifications and paragraphs, after the manner above set forth.

Deficiency in pay from unexpended bal

ances.

Book of estimates to follow above classification, &c.

R. S., §§ 429, 3660, 3666. 1875, March 3, ch. 129, § 3.

SEC. 2. That section fourteen hundred and eighteen, fourteen hundred

In Navy, boys between ages of

and nineteen, and fourteen hundred and twenty of the Revised Statutes, fourteen and eightas heretofore amended relating to enlistment of minors in the naval een may be enlistservice, be, and hereby are, amended by striking out the word "fifteen" ed with consent of and inserting in its stead the word "fourteen" [February 23, 1881.]

parents or guard

ians.

R. S., §§ 14181420.

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1879, May 12, ch.

CHAPTER 78.

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CONSULAR AND DIPLOMATIC SERVICE OF
THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY-TWO, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Feb. 24,

1881.

21 Stat. L., 339.

Clerks at consulates.

Rates of compensation of.

- total allowance for any one year.

Be it enacted, &c.

For allowance for clerks at consulates, fifty-seven thousand four hundred dollars, as follows:

Clerks at con

sulates.

Rates of compen

sation.

R. S., § 1704.
1878, June 4, ch.

155.
1879, June 27, ch.

For the consul at Liverpool, a sum not exceeding the rate of two thou-
sand five hundred dollars for any one year; and for the consuls-general
at London, Paris, Havana, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro, each a sum
not exceeding the rate of two thousand dollars for any one year; for
the consuls-general at Berlin, Frankfort, Vienna, and Kanagawa, and
for the consuls at Hamburg, Bremen, Manchester, Lyons, Hong-Kong, 28, p. 400.
Havre, and Chemnitz, each a sum not exceeding the rate of one thou-
sand five hundred dollars for any one year; for the consul-general at
Montreal, and the consuls at Bradford and Birmingham, each a sum not
exceeding the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars for any one
year; for the consuls-general at Calcutta and Melbourne, and for the
consuls at Leipsic, Sheffield, Sonneberg, Dresden, Marseilles, Nurem-
berg, Tunstall, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Colon (Aspinwall), Glasgow, and
Singapore, each a sum not exceeding the rate of one thousand dollars
for any one year; for the consuls at Belfast, Barmen, Leith, Dundee,
Matamoras, and Halifax, each a sum not exceeding the rate of eight

Total rate for any one year.

hundred dollars for any one year; for the consul-general at Mexico, and for the consuls at Beirut, Naples, Stuttgart, Florence, Mannheim, Prague, Zurich, Panama, and Demerara, each a sum not exceeding the rate of six hundred dollars for any one year:

Provided, That the total sum expended in any one year shall not exceed the amount herein appropriated.

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CHAPTER 79.

Feb. 24, 1881.

21 Stat. L., 346.

Lieutenant-Gen

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE ARMY FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-TWO, AND
FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Par. 1. Lieutenant-General of Army to have $100
a month for commutation of quarters.
Par. 2. In sales of stores in Army, 10 per cent. to
be added to cost, except, &c.

Be it enacted, &c.

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- cost; how determined. Par. 3. In issue of forage, no discrimination to be made against officers east of Mississippi River.

[Par. 1.] That the allowance for commutation of quarters to the Lieueral of Army to tenant-General of the Army shall be one hundred dollars per month. have $100 a month

for commutation of quarters. R. S., § 1270. 1877, Feb. 27, ch. 69, par. 35. 1878, June 18, ch. 263, § 9. 1879, June 23, ch. 35, § 1, par. 2.

In sales of stores

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[Par. 2.] That to the cost of all stores and other articles sold to officers tent be added and men, except tobacco, as provided for in section eleven hundred and to cost, except, &c. forty-nine of the Revised Statutes, ten per centum shall be added to R. S., § 1144, cover wastage, transportation, and other incidental charges, save that subsistence supplies may be sold to companies, detachments, and hospitals at cost prices, not including cost of transportation, upon the certificate of an officer commanding a company or detachment, or in charge of a hospital, that the supplies are necessary for the exclusive use of such company, detachment, or hospital:

1879, June 23, ch. 35, § 1, par. 4.

81.

1880, May 4, ch.

Cost; how determined.

And provided further, That the cost price of each article shall be understood in all cases of sales to be the invoice price of the last lot of that article received by the officer by whom the sale is made.

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In issue of forage,

[Par. 3.] That there shall be no discrimination in the issue of forage no discrimination against officers serving east of the Mississippi River, provided they are to be made against officers east of Mis- required by law to be mounted, and actually keep and own their anisissippi River.

R. S., §§ 1270,

1271.

mals.

1877, Feb. 27, ch. [February 24, 1881.]

69, par. 35.

CHAPTER 81.

Feb. 26, 1881.

21 Stat. L., 351.

Boundary line between New York and Connecticut.

Agreement.

AN ACT CONCERNING SETTLEMENT OF BOUNDARY LINES BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
CONNECTICUT.

Boundary line between New York and Connecti-
cut.
Agreement.

Existing titles to property not affected.
Consent of Congress given; saving rights of Uni-
ted States.

Whereas, commissioners duly appointed on the part of the State of New York, and commissioners duly appointed on the part of the State of Connecticut, for the purpose of settling the boundary line between said States, did execute an agreement in the words following, to wit:

"Memorandum of agreement by and between the subscribers, commissioners of the States of New York and Connecticut, respectively, to settle the question of the bound

aries between said States, being thereunto authorized by the resolutions of said States, respectively, passed by them as hereunto annexed.

That is to say, we, Allen C. Beach, secretary of State, Augustus Schoonmaker, attorney-general, and Horatio Seymour, junior, State engineer and surveyor, commissioners of the State of New York; and we, Origen S. Seymour, Lafayette S. Foster, and William T. Minor, commissioners of the State of Connecticut, have agreed, and do hereby agree, to fix, determine, and establish the boundaries between our respective States, subject to the approval and ratification of the legislatures of our respective States, in the following manner:

We agree that the boundary on the land constituting the western boundary of Connecticut and the eastern boundary of the State of New York shall be, and is, as the same was defined by monuments erected by commissioners appointed by the legislature of the State of New York, and completed in the year eighteen hundred and sixty; the said boundary line extending from Byram Point, (formerly called Lyons Point) on the south to the line of the State of Massachusetts on the north.

And we further agree that the boundary on the sound shall be, and is, as follows: Beginning at a point in the center of the channel about six hundred feet south of the extreme rocks of Byram Point, marked number 0 on appended United States Coast Survey chart; thence running in a true southeast course three and one quarter statute miles; thence in a straight line (the arc of a great circle) northeasterly to a point four statute miles true south of New London Light House; thence northeasterly to a point marked number one on the annexed United States Coast Survey chart of Fisher's Island Sound, which point is on the long east three-quarters north sailing course drawn on said map, and is about one thousand feet northerly from the Hammock or N. Dumpling Light House; thence following the said east three-quarters north sailing course as laid down on said map, easterly to a point marked number two on said map; thence southeasterly toward a point marked number three on said map, so far as said States are coterminus:

Lines established.

Existing titles to

Provided, however, That nothing in the foregoing agreement contained shall be construed to affect existing titles to property, corporeal or incorporeal, held under grants property not affected. heretofore made by either of said States, nor to affect existing rights which said States, or either of them, or which the citizens of either of said States, may have by grant, letters patent, or prescription of fishing in the waters of said sound, whether for shell or floating fish, irrespective of the boundary line hereby established, it not being the purpose of this agreement to define, limit, or interfere with any such right, rights, or privileges, whatever the same may be.

"In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand to this instrument, and to a duplicate thereof, December eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine. [Signed by the parties.

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Whereas said agreement has been confirmed by the legislatures of said States of New York and Connecticut respectively: Therefore,

Consent of Conboundaries approved.

Be it enacted, &c., That the consent of the Congress of the United States be, and hereby is, given to said agreement, and to each and ev[e]ry gress given and part thereof; and the boundaries established by said agreement are hereby approved:

Provided, however, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to impair or in any manner to affect any right of the United States or jurisdiction of its courts in and over the islands or waters which form the subject of said agreement. [February 26, 1881.]

saving rights of United States, &c.

CHAPTER 82.

AN ACT DEFINING THE VERIFICATION OF RETURNS OF NATIONAL BANKS. Reports of national banks may be sworn to before notary public.

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if not an officer of the bank.

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Be it enacted, &c., That the oath or affirmation required by section fifty-two hundred and eleven of the Revised Statutes, verifying the returns made by national banks to the Comptroller of the Currency, when taken before a notary public properly authorized and commissioned by the State in which such notary resides and the bank is located, or any other officer having an official seal, authorized in such State to administer oaths, shall be a sufficient verification as contemplated by said section fifty-two hundred and eleven:

Provided, That the officer administering the oath is not an officer of the bank. [February 26, 1881.]

Reports of national banks may be sworn to before R. S., § 5211. notary public.

who is not an officer of the bank.

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