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FORTY»SEVE1NT[l CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 285-288. 1882. 161 made and completed for the amount; herein appropriated: And provided PTM80- fuvrther, That the roadbed shall first be properly graded and prepared without expense to the United States. Approved, July 11, 1882. CHAP. 286.-·An act for the erection of n public building at Brooklyn, New York. July 12, 1882 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the B¤>¤!<1y¤,_N-,Y· l11Fo38i!]')' be, and he is hereby, authorized anddirected to purchase a {,’:;’;;1‘;Sl;";}°’F‘t§‘ site for, and cause to be erected thereon, a suitable building, with tire- m ' proof vaults therein, for the accommodation of the p0st·office, internal revenue offices, and other government 0$ees, at the city of Brooklyn, State of New York._ The plans, specificatious, and full estimates for Plans, cost. said building shall be previously made and approved according to law, and shall not exceed for the site and building complete the sum of eight hundred thousand dollars : Provided, That the site shall leave the build- Prvviwiu g unexposed to danger from tire in adjacent buildings by an open space of not less than forty ieet, including streets and alleys; and no money appropriated for this purpose shall be available umil a valid title to the Title. site for said building shall be vested in the United States, nor until the State of New York shall have ceded to the United States exclusive jurisdiction over the same, during the time the United States shall be or ~ remain the owners thereof, for all purposes except the administration of the criminal lawsof said State and the service of civil process therein. Approved, July 12, 1882. CHAP. 287.-Au act for the erection of a public building at Oxford, Mississippi. july 12, 1882 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqarescntatives of the United States of America in Oongrmammbbd, That.theSeeretary of the Treas- Orfcpl, Miss: my be, and he is hereby, suthorizevlhmdodimected to purchase asite for, QL? :"¥*'!g· and cause to be erected thereon, avsuitable building, with ilre-proof " ° °" ' vaults therein, for the accommodationof the United States courts, post- _ ` office, and other government offices, at the city of Oxford, in the State , ‘ of Mississippi. The plans, specilications, and full estimates for said Plans,cost, eu. building shall be previously made and approved according to law, and shall not exceed for the site and building complete the sum of fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That the site shall leave the building unex- Proviso. posed to danger from fire in adjacent buildings by an open space of not less than forty feet, including streets and alleys; and no money appropriated for this purpose shall be available until a valid title to the site Title. for said building shall be vested in the United States, nor until the State of Mississippi shall have ceded to ,the United States exclusive jurisdiction over the same, during the time the United States shall be or remain the owners thereoiQ for all purposes except the administration of the criminal laws of mid State and the service of civil process therein. _ _ Approved, July 12, 1882. , · (JBA? ·-· ° he rate of interest nrresrages of taxes due Jul Jul IBQ. mst. emenAl?n;cefre£d:,n€l geveutggnine, and onmyid assessments due the trim; of Columbia and which may pwd by Novem r Bret, eighteen hundred md eiglxtytwo and for other pmposes. ` elicit enacted the Senate and Hmmco Rqrmmmtimqfde Unitedl . I I Stem ofAmm·igg in Comm assembled, {hat the rate of interest to be mkgmzfmzu of wlleected on all general taxes in arrears on the first day of July, eight- gqyyh mu, ml., x x 1 1-~·~l I