200 THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 103, 104, 105, 106. 1857. March 8, 1857. CHAP. CIII.—An Act to amend "An Act granting Public Lands in alternate Sections to `;‘°‘" the State of Alabama to aid in the Construction of certain Railroads in said State." Bc it enacted [gy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United A different States of America in Congress assembled, That the sixth section of an act, i§°°m£;**l%¤ of granting public lands in alternate sections to the State of Alabama, to aid ° m oain the construction of certain railroads in said State, approved second day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, be and the same is hereby so 1856,ch_,u’§6_ amended, that in lieu of the words “Central Railroad from Montgomery Am p_ 1g_ to some point on the Alabama and Tennessee State line in the direction to ’ Nashville Tennessee," the words “Tennessee and Alabama Central Railroa e an they are iere ysu stitute . a·· b ’ a 11 1 b is · (1 APPROVED, March 3, 1857. March 8, 1857. CHAP. CIV.—An Act to settle certain Accounts between the United States and the State of '-"‘*"‘ Mssissqopi and other States. B0 it enacted (gy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of the Settlement of General Land—Of1iee be and he is hereby required to state an account ”°?°‘}“E* Wm between the United States and the State of Mississippi, for the purpose of Mississippi for . . . Ends_ ascertaming what sum or sums of money are due to said State, heretofore unsettled, on account of the public lands in said State, and upon the same principles of allowance and settlement as prescribed in the “Act to settle certain accounts between the United States and the State of Alabama," 1855, eh. 139. approved the second March, eighteen hundred and fifty-five ; and that he Vol. x. p. 630. be required to include in said account the several reservations under the various treaties with the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians within the limits of Mississippi, and allow and pay to the said State five per centum thereon, as in case of other sales, estimating the lands at the value of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre. _ Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said commissioner shall Sig'; with °“h°' also state an account between the United States and each of the other ` States upon the same principles, and shall allow and pay to each State such amount as shall thus be found due, estimating all lands and permanent reservations at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre. Armtovnn, March 3, 1857. Muwh 3s 1857- Czur. CV.-—An Act to establish a Port ty" Entry at Fernandina, in the State cy" Florida. Nassau com- Be it enacted oy the Senate and House of hepresentatives q" t/ie United W (Fw mndc R States of America in Congress assembled, [`hat the county of Nassau, gqiiecmm dgsucicg in the State of Florida, embracing all the waters, islands, bays, harbors, Krlfll Fj?`¤I§¤*<i¤¤¤ inlets, shores and rivers in the same, shall be a collection district, to be S‘ POI ° H ry' cplled the district of F ernandina, and that Fernandina shall be the port 0 entry for said district; and a collector for said district shall be Salary of 0d_ appointed, who shall perform the same duties and receive the same comlcctor. ensation and fees as the collector for the district of St. John’s in said gi t a e. Approved, March 3, 1857. March3 1867. CHA?. CVI.—-An Act making Appropr1'atz'ans for the Support of the Arm jbr the Year '_';"" ending the thintieth June, eighteen hundred ond_]€j'l!y-ezyht. y Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be and 1858, ch. 4. the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not pcs, P my otherwise appropriated, for the support of the army for the year ending ° l the thirtieth of June, eirrhteeu hundred and fifty-ei·rht I .. ° . . . ".
wd For expenses of recruiting, transportation of recruits, three months'