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THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 210, 211. l86-1. 353 stitute one surveyor-general’s district; That the Territory of Idaho and Adzosaraa- Nevada shall constitute, and be a part of, the surveyor-generals district ;g;al‘;‘:f‘;;I°I;§‘ of Colmado; That the Territory of Dakota and Montana shall constitute mn,] one surveyor-general’s district, and that there shall be but one office of surveyor-general for each surveyor- general’s district; That the provisions of this section shall be executed under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the commissioner of the general land-oiflce ; and that Repeal. all acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this section are hereby repealed. Sec. 9. And be it further enacted That sections eight and nine of an Coastwise » act entitled “An act to prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or §3X;§"“d° P"' place within the jurisdiction of the United States, from and after the Erst ,;.,,,,,],10;,,,; day of January, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eight," 1807,¤h· 22.§§ which said sections undertake to regulate the coastwise slave-trade, are 8*,?S,_,i_ P_ wh hereby repealed, and the coastwise slave-trade is prohibited forever. Approved, July 2, 1864. CHAP. CCXI. —-An Act making Appropriations gr the Construction, Preservation, and July 2, 1864. Repairs of certaén Fortf/ications and other War of Defence for the Year ending the °"`__"“ thinieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixlyyive, and for other Purposes. Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress asscmblezi That the following sums be, and Avmjqnriqfivn they are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not oth- 2;_{°'°m°°"°"“* erwise appropriated, for the construction, preservation, and repairs of certain fortifications and other works of defence for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-tive : — For Fort Montgomery, at outlet of Lake Champlain, New York, M ty Fort Monv fl10llS2lI1<l (lOll&1`S. gomery. For Fort Knox, at narrows of Penobscot River, Maine, one hundred Fort Knox. thousand dollars. For fort at entrance of Keunebec River, (Fort Popham,) Maine, one Fort Popham. hundred thousand dollars. For fort on Hog Island Ledge, (Fort Georges,) Portland harbor, Maine, Fort Georges. one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For Fort Preble, Portland harbor, Maine, one hundred and fifty thou- FM Preble sand dollars. For Fort Scammel, Portland harbor, Maine, one hundred thousand FM $¤¤¤’¤m<·>!· dollars. For New Fort Constitution, Portsmouth harbor, New Hampshire, one _ Fm O0¤$*i*¤· hundred thousand dollars. mm` For Fort McC1ary, Portsmouth harbor, New Hampshire, fifty thousand F Off Mcchfy- dollars. For Fort Winthrop, Governor’s Island, Boston harbor, Massachusetts, Fm Wi¤*h¤>P~ fifty thousand dollars. For Fort Warren, Boston harbor, Massachusetts, twenty thousand Fo"? W*¤'*€¤· dollars. For sea-wall of Great Brewste1·’s Island, forty thousand dollars. GS°‘:%"f*u és For repair of sea-walls on Deer and on Lovell’s Island, ten thousand $2 pz2V;:;,` d0ll&1‘S. Lovell’s Islands. For permanent forts at New Bedford harbor, Massachusetts, one hun- Forts at New dred thousand dollars. Bedmd h”"`b‘”‘ For Fort Schuyler, East River, New York, twenty-five thousand dollars. Fm Schuyler. For fort at Willet’s Point, opposite Fort Schuyler, New York, one hun- Fm-sta Wildred and fifty thousand dollars. . 1°*`“ P°‘“*· For repairs of Fort Columbus, Castle Williams, South Battery, Fort FM 0<>l¤ml>¤¤· Wood, and Fort Gibson, New York harbor, one hundred thousand dollars. For new battery near Fort Hamilton, at the Narrows, New York, sev- Fm H¤mm°¤· enty-five thousand dollars. 30 *