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382 FORTY-·FIRST CONGRESS. Szss. II. Ras. 87-90. 1870. June 28, 1870. [N0. 87.] Joint Resolution concerning the Southern Pacific Railroad of Calqfrrnia. Be it resolved oy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _S<>¤tb_¤r¤ Pu- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Southern Pacific Rail. ‘3§;£:g}"::gy road Company of California may. construct its road and telegroph line, as construct its near as may be, on the route 1I1d1C3K8d by the map filed by sand company ¤‘°**d:;{d teh- in the Department of the Interior on the third day of January, eiglneen €’;§p,.,,u¥;?§g_ hundred and sixty-seven; and upon the ccnstvuetion of each section of said road, in the manner and within the time provided by law, and notice thereof being given by the company to the Secretary of the Interior he shall direct an examination of each such section by commissioners to be appointed by the President, as provided in the not making zi grunt of lnnd to said company, approved July twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred· and sixty-six and upon the report of the commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior that such section of said railroad and telegraph line has been Patents for constructed as required by low, it shall be the duty of the said Secretary 1““d *°“"“° of the Interior to cause patents to be issued to said company for the secwnen, Sw. . . . 1866, cn. 278, tions of land cotermmous to each constructed section reported on ns afore- $8- _ said, to the extent and amount granted to sand company by the smd act of °l' X"' p' °°°‘ July twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, expressly saving and reserving all the rights of actual settlers, together with the other conditions and restrictions provided for in the third section of said act. Approved, June 28, 1870. June 28, 1870. [N0. S8.] Joint Resolution to amend Act of Jhly twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and sixty-sir. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Hz2f2G; ¤pPY'0· States of America in Congress assembled, That the appropriation of forty gay ff} 1,:;,*; thousand dollars for the survey of the Isthmus of Darien, mode in the not of Darien, how " making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government For Z')'? *’° °*P°“d" the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, and for

ggq,.ch_ nga_ other purp0ses," approved July twenty-eighth, eighteen. hundred undsixty-

Vol- ¤¤v· p· 311- mx, be, and the same is hereby, so amended that sand appropmmon,or any part thereof, may be expended under the direction of either the War Department or the Navy Department, in the discretion of the President. A1>r1aov1c1>, June 28, 1870. Juno 28, 1870. [N0. 89.] Joint Resolution donating condemned Ordnance for a Sotdiers’ Monument at Poughkeepsie, New York. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United C°“d°'¤¤°d States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of `War is cannon rented . . . . . . . m1>0,,ék“,,_ hereby authorized to deliver to the municipal authormes of the city of sie, N. . Poughkeepsie, New York, three condemned iron cannon, two condemned brass cannon, and two hundred round-shot, to be used in the erection of n eoldiers’ monument: at that place. Approved, June 28, 1870. _·[}¤j}§§?L_Q§[Q; [N0. 90.] Joint Resolution in Relation to female Clerks in the internal Revenue Bureau. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Ocertagn tom- State: of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas-

cozlgigcd ury 18 hereby authorized to continue in employment, as now employed, the

gn the burqgu of temporary female clerks lll the bureau of internal revenue, for the period Lingual mv- of fifteen days from the tlnrneth of June instant, unless provision therefor ‘ shall be sooner made by law. Approved, June 29, 1,870.