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86 THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 95. 1852. in the public service, or upon vessels employed by said government m the transportation of any property or troops of the ilmted States. P*‘°°°°d’ 9f Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That·1f· the said canal shall not be

1,3, ,°°£° ag commenced within three and completed within ten years, the said State

to the U. if of Michigan shall be bound to pay to the United States, the amount which '“m°“‘“:A“ mt may be received upon the sale of any part of said lands by said State qymsauw and not less than one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, the title to the °°¤¤Pl°*°d WWP purchasers under said State remaining valid. _ _ up ytsgo be SEO· 5. And be it further enacted, That the Legislature of said State kgpicolixd ,0,,- shall cause to be kept, an accurate account of the sales and net proceeds @61*6 ¤·¤_¤¤¤U);i of the lands hereby granted and of all expenditures m the construction, QQ2u };“gh,;';*0_ repairs, and operating of said canal, and of the earnings thereof, and imbursedlt may shall return a statement of the same annually to the Secretary of the °h”S° °·*°“ f9’ Interior; and whenever said State shall be fully reimbursed for all gzjsgngfadtg advances made for the construction, repairs, and operating of said canal, wards only with legal interest on all advances, until the reimbursement of the same, &“$'§;‘ '€° fs? 01* upon payment by the United States, of any balance of such advances Pm'over such receipts from said lands and canal, with such mterest, the said State shall be allowed to tax for the use of said canal, only such tolls as shall be sufficient to pay all necessary expenses for the care, charge, and repairs of the same. _ Route of the Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That before it shall be competent ¤¤¤¤¤ *0 b¤ <>¤*¤· for said State to dispose of any of the lands to be selected as aforesaid,

LQ'?°1:.:t:i'Qd1f;?;°; the route of said canal shall be established as aforesaid, and a plat or

can be sold. plats thereof shall be filed in the office of the War Department, and a duplicate thereof, in the otHce of the Commissioner of the General Land- Oilice. Approved, August 26, 1852. August 20, 1852. CHAI'- XCV.—-An Act to reduce and define the Boundaries of the Military Reserve -——-—-·-—— at the Saint Peters River, in the Territory of Minnesota. mss' ch` 13s` Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the B<>¤9{!¤ri¤¤ ¤¢’ United States of Amer£ca in Uongress assembled, That the Secretary of

fv:“gQ“WFQ:i War be, and he is hereby required to cause the lines of the present mili-

Snelling in Mm- tary reserve at Fort Snelling, in the Territory of Minnesota, to be so ¤°*5°*j* &n*`°g“°°d contracted as to embrace the following boundaries, to wit:- an ° °Beginning at the middle of the channel of the Mississippi River below Pike’s Island; thence ascending along the channel of said river in such a direction as to include all the islands of the river, to the mouth of Brcwn’s Creek; thence up said creek to Rice Lake; thence through the middle of Rice Lake to the outlet of Lake Amelia; thence through said outlet and the middle of Lake Amelia, to the outlet of Mother Lake; thence through said outlet and the middle of Mother Lake, to the outlet of Duck Lake; thence through said outlet and the middle of Duck Lake, to the southern extremity of Duck Lake; thence in a line due south to the middle of the channel of the Saint Peter’s River; thence down said river so as to include all the islands to the middle of the chau- Land reserved nel of the Mississippi River; reserving further, for military purposes, a “‘°'°f'°m· quarter section on the right bank of the St. Peter’s River, at the present feray; and also a quarter section on the left bank of the Mississippi River, at S e prisenit ferry across that stream. EC. . ncl be it- further enacted, That the Commissioner of the °f12;2d¥:ésm(?:$gg General Land-Oilice be, and he is hereby required to cause to be sur· Msuwcycd md yeyed as soon as practicable, so much of the lands heretofore included wid. m the military reserve aforesaid, but without the limits of the said military reserve aforesaid, as defined by this act, as have not already been surveyed; and to cause the same, together with such of said lands as