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THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 92. 1852. 35 pute which may arise as to the propriety of the decisions of the superintendent making deductions on account of work which the superintendent may refuse to receive, or which, in his opinion, may not be done with proper despatch, as required by law; and the said committee shall pass upon the accounts of the superintendent of the public printing. Said committee shall have power to adopt such measures as may be deemed necessary to remedy any neglect or delay in the execution of the public printing, provided that no contract, agreement, or arrangement entered into by this committee shall take effect until the same shall have been approved 'by that house of Congress to which the printing belongs, and when the printing delayed relates to the business of both houses, until both houses shall have approved of such contract or arrangement. All Mt';:‘°“;*Qcg“€: motions to print extra copies of any bill, report, or other public docu- gimfcmi ment, shall be referred to the members of the Committee on Printing from the house in which the same may be made. Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That all acts or joint resolutions 8'£70¤¤i<>¢iTg;¤¤*¤» conflicting with the provisions of this act; are hereby repealed; but no- $0]} thing herein contained shall be construed to authorize the canoelment tmmsm rgmm of any contract now or heretofore entered into with any printer under in force. the laws heretofore in force, or to abrogabe his rights in any way without · his consent. Nothing in this act. shall be construed to authorize the in C°“""’ pmt' printing of the census, but the same shall be done as may be provided g` by law hereafter. Approved, August 26, 1852. Cxnr. XCh.—AnAc¢ granting ta the Sade of llfdeigan t}aeRiyM of Way, and as Dum- August 26, 1862. tam of Public Land for the Ooawzrwzticn of a S/@2 Canal around the Falls of St. Mm·y’s,- —·———· in said Stale. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be, and Bight M Imam is hereby, granted to said Stape, the right of locating a canal through the mmdmundms public lands, known as the military reservation at the Falls at St. Mary’s Fells;; River in said State; and that four hundred feet of land in width extend- Q " ing along the line of such canal be, and the same is hereby granted, to be used by said State, or under the authority thereof for the construction and convenience of such canal, and the appurtenances thereto, and the use thereof is hereby vested in said State forever, for the purposes aforesaid, and no other: Provided, That in locating the line of proviso as go said canal through said military reservation, the same shall be located muwon the line of the survey heretofore made for that purpose, or such other route between the waters above and below said falls, as under the approval of the Secretary of War may be selected. And provided further, That said canal shall be at least one hundred feet wide, with a depth of §"° °f *h° water twelve feet, and the locks shall be at least two hundred and fifty °”‘”” ' feet long, and sixty feet wide. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That there be, and hereby is grant- 750 000 mw ed to the said State of Michigan, for the purpose of aiding said State in sand heres of constructing and completing said canal, seven hundred and fifty thousand §?g1ig;;”tf2n;f acres of public lands, to be selected in subdivisions, agreeably to the United ble fg m cm. States surveys, by an agent or agents to be appointed by the Govemor Smwii md ¤¤¤¤i· of said State, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, from any lands within said State, subject to private entry. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the said lands hereby granted, Said lands to shall be subject to the disposal of the Legislature of said State for the b:’h“P¥{£:d °° ”° purposes aforesaid and no other; and the said canal shall be, and remain O cr ` a public highway for the use of the Government of the United States, free chg;° ;1°uw°°t:° . g O from toll or other charge upon the vessels of saxd government engaged Umm State;.