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152 FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. On. 273-275. 1882. Whereas the sum of twenty thousand dollars has been raised or secured toward erecting such monument and caring therefor, and improvin the grounds where it will stand; and _ _ · %V'hereas the sum of twenty thousand dollars is madequate to erect a monument befitting the historic signiilcance of the event lt is designed to commemorate and the present greatness of the nation: Therefore, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repreaentatwes of the United Appropriation.States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of twenty thousand dollarsbe,and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any_money in not otherwise appropriated, to be expended by sand commiuion m erecting and completing on the battle-field of lllonmoutha ‘ suitable monument, the money to be paid to thecommrssron aforesaid Prsiiau. underthe direction of the Secretary of War: Provided, however, That the edd Ionmouth Battle Monument Association and the said commission shallhsve raised, to be expended in the erection of said monument and in the improvement of the site, at least the sum) otiltvggpdty thousand dollars: nd proved' ed further, That e design' r t cmonument shall be approved by the Secretary of War, and the sum herein approprinted shall not he available until a contract is made to complete the work within'that sum. Approved, July 6, 1882. GIA!. l7~|.——An act to rovide furthe emotion of a public buildin furthe use

 the post oBe• and gdvernment odlces at the city dl Terre Haute? Indiana. of

· Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United . Torn Hnto, Suter of Anerice in Oongreu assembled, That the Secretary of the hg-uma . Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to purchase a P¤d__°°'m'{_ and to cause tow}: crewed sitothagity ofggrre Haute, in thecgtate ndxana, a sub building' ’ use acoounmdntion the post office and other government omees in said city,with tlreproof vaults extending to each story; the site, and the building thereon, p4,,,, ,,,g .when completed according to plans and specifications to be previously made and approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, not to exceed the cost of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; and the sum of Appvoprinion. seventy five thousand dollars is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasurypot otherwise appropriated, for the purchase of said- -Y*•*•~ m and the www of said building: Provided, That there shall be auopenspeee notlesthanhftyfeet upon every side of said build·· mg, including streets and alleys, and that no part of said sum shall be Thus. expendednntil invalid title to said site shall be vested in the United States, and the State of Indiana shall cede to the United States exclusavejunsdiedon over the same, during the time the United States shall beorremainthoovrnerthereof, forallpurposes except the administra- . . , P gon ofttllrgmicigimmql laws ofsaid State and the service ofanyeivil Approved, July 7, 1882. Ju 7, l®. CHAP. 275.-An not to vide furthe construction • u oo'

    • 3* ······· &°Bhrevcport, State of bu humbug “ um ity

Bsite»aetedbytIeS•nataandEouaeo Regreeentatieeso ‘ gnvomt.n S!ateaofAn•er€oui•• 0o••gre••a•ees•ble.;i;,i'.l‘lIi.att e Secretarycdlshz M Jhém ury be, and is hereby, authorized a directed to purchase a site for and cause to be erected, a suitable buildin of bricks or stone, with nre! proof vaults, for the accommodation of the post-ofllce, United States courts, internal-revenue, Signal Service, customs, and other government ` odieers, at the city of Shreveport, State of Louisiana- and that for this " AvP¤¤l¤i~¤i¤¤- there is hereb a roted t f 7 ‘ purpose y pp pm , ou o any money m the Treasury