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FOB.TY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 48, 49. 1882. 33 Sec. 2: That that paragraph of section six hundred and fifty-eight of Circuit court. tbe Rewsed Statutes declaring the times, places and provisions for R- $-6 658- 12% holding terms of the circuit court in the Northern district of New York °m°°d° ‘ be amended so as to read as follows: "In the northern district of New York, at Canandaigua, on the third Tuesday in June; at Syracuse on the third Tuesday in November; at T°rm°' Albany, on the third Tuesday in January. And when the said term appointed to be held at Albany be adjourned, it shall be adjourned to meet in Utica on the third Tuesday in March; but said adjourned term shall be for the transaction of civil business only." Sec. 3. That section eight hundred and six of the Revised Statutes R_ g 806 15,1 be amended so as to read as follows: amended.' " SECTION 806. N 0 Jury shall be drawn for service exclusively in the circuit court for the northern district of New York at the terms thereof required by law to be held at Albany and Syracuse, or at the adjourned term thereof required by law to be held at Utica, if a. jury is drown to serve in the district court held at the same times and places with said terms and adjourned term, but its shall be used for the trial of issues of fact arising in civil and criminal causes in said circuit court; and the verdicts of said jury and all proceedings upon the trial of said issues shall be of the same effect as if the said jury had been drawn to serve in the said circuit court? Approved, March 23, 1882. CRAP. 49.-An act to create two additional land districts, and to change the bound- Mun 23 1882 aries of the Watertown land district in the Territory of Dakota. .;...I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all that part of the Terri- Watedown land tory of Dakota bounded as follows, to wit: Commencing at the south- g*¤°f*‘::*» dDP· east corner of township one hundred and nine north, range iifby-nine cfg22d °“ °"°° west of the fifth principal meridian; thence west along the second stand- ` ard parallel north to the Missouri river; thence up and along the east bank of said river to s point where the fifth standard parallel north intersects said river; thence east along said standard parallel north to the northwest corner of township one hundred and twenty north, range fifty-nine west; thence south to the southwest corner of township one hundred and thirteen north, range iifcy-nine west; thence east to the southeast corner of said township; thence south to the place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, constituted a new land district, the office of which shall be located at such place as shall be designated by the President of the United Stams. SEO. 2. That all that part of the Territory of Dakota bounded as fol- Two land dis- Iow to wit: Commencing at the northwest corner of township one tricts authvrizedhuuzred and twenty north, range ffift:y·nine west of the fifth principal

 thence west along the fifth standard parallel north to the

Missouri lfiver; thence up and along the east: bank of said river to the south line of township one hundred and thirty north; thence east: along said line to the northeast corner of township one hundred and twenty- nine north, range fiftynine west; thence south to the southeast corner of township one hundred and twenty nine north, range fiftymine west; thence east along the seventh standard parallel north to the northwest corner of township one hundred and twentyeight north, range iii1y-mae west; thence south to the place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, constituted a new land district, the onice of which Quail be locnted gt such place as shall be designated by the Presiden of the United · tates. Sec. 3. That all that pam: of the Territory of Dakota bounded as for Wnterbown Ima lows, to wit: Commeneing at n. point where the second standard par- ¢H•*¤°*» “¤i*¤?¢`· nllel north of the nfth principal meridian intersects the eastern boundsry of said Tm·itory; thence west along said parallel to the southeast XXII---3