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84 THIRTYZSIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. 183, 184, 185. 1860. under such conditions and reservations as in the opinion of the Secretary of War the public interest present or prospective may require. Approved, June 22, 1860. J¤¤•> 2% 1860- cnn-. oLxxx111...A» an it declare me enemy of the Aa ennzez me An making further frwiyggthedégfutim ey" Virginia Land Warrants," passed August z/zmy- one,.eig teen un r an y-two. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Cousmcmm of Interior, in executing the provisions of the act passed August thirty-one, not of 1862, oh. eighteen hundred and fifty-two, entitled "An act making further provision U4- for the satisfaction of Virginia land warrants," be required so to construe V°1' x' p' u8' the same as to authorize the satisfaction in scrip of all warrants or parts of warrants issued on allowances made by the executive of Virginia prior to the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, coming within the principles already recognized by the Department of the Interior in the execution of the provisions of the said act, and whether issued before P1'°Vi¤<>· or since the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two: Provided, however, That no warrant or part of a warrant shall be satisfied in scrip, founded or issued on any allowance made by the executive of Virginia since the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two. Approved, June 22, 1860. June 22, 1860· Cntr. _CLXIY.—An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act for giving E act to 1848, 6h_ ml certain Treaty Stzpulatzons between this and Foreign Governments for the Appr£nsion VOL ix, p_ gg0g_ and Delivery an ty' certain O_§lmders." ° Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in all cases where any gspcrspr copies depositions, warrants, or other papers, or copies thereof, shall be offered ge;;‘;d,n*gxm;,i_ in evidence upon thelhearing of an extradition case under the second eign ,_,,,,,,,,_ 1,,,,, sectionvof the act entitled "An act for giving effect to certain treaty
- <;t°g¢ ¤¤¤h<·>¤¤- stipulations between this and foreign` governments for the apprehension
‘ and delivery up of certain offenders," approved August twelfth, eighteen lsigxpdggeglpgiffogtyhepghhdsucg; (depogitions, wgxérantls, and other papers, or ‘ _ ,s a ‘ e a mx e an receive ort e purposes mentioned
- 15 pgiceitpéicsplpggn, nb they shalli pe propprly and legaléy aigthenticated, so
_ e receive or snmi ar purposes y the tribunals of the foreign country from which the accused party shall have escaped, and gis ceruhcate of the principal diplomatic or consular officer of the United tgttes resident in such foreign country shall be proof that any paper or 3t·er document so offered is authenticated in the manner required by ns ac . Approved, June 22, 1860. J¤¤<· ¤¤»18<¤>- crm onxxxv An no rn the Relic · · ··--··—--·-—····—---·*' _ _ f of Con esszonal Towns}: N b S' nth, of Range Number Ezght west, in Randolpllr County, State qjllllliilbnzslr lx so Pr°°mm°‘ Whereas section number sixteen, in township number six south, of range number eight west, m Randolph county, Illinois, is covered by a private claim number two thousand and fifty, by reason whereof the said gegggon pgs bpen lost to the said congressional township for school pursz ere ore- Be it enacted by the Senate and H R‘ School, t B _ _ ouse of epresentatwes ¢y" the United may selmgéfhgge Stgéfes of eglnzegtca in Congress assembled, That the school trustees for the gram ,,m,.,m, smowns np e,.and they are hereby, authorized to select three quarter o. in lieu of sections of land in e ual bd'‘ ·
- ·¤·<*¤·>=·— one sm subjeetcio ai" ““2°i. ”“" °f “‘° *’“""° ““"’S °" """
ryorsaeatem"· and twenty-tive cents per acre. lmmum Imcé of one dollar