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Congess in extraordinary session, giving twenty days’ notice of the time of meeting.

Eligibility.

Sec. 2. That the preceding section shall only be held to describe and apply to such officers as shall have been appointed by the advice and consent of the Senate to the offices therein named, and such as are eligible to the office of President under the Constitution, and not under impeachment by the House of Representatives of the United States at the time the powers and duties of the office shall devolve upon them respectively.

R. S. secs. 146, 147, 148, 149, and 150, pp. 23, 24, repealed.

Sec. 3. That sections one hundred and forty-six, one hundred and forty-seven, one hundred and forty-eight, one hundred and forty-nine, and one hundred and fifty of the Revised Statutes are hereby repealed.

Approved, January 19, 1886.




Jan. 19, 1886.
Chap. 5.—An act to legalize the election of the Territorial legislative assembly of Wyoming.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Territory of Wyoming, election of legislature legalized. the election of the members of the ninth legislative assembly of the Territory of Wyoming, at the general election held on the fourth day of November, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, subject to the filling of any vacancies that may have arisen or may arise, and legal contests, is hereby declared valid; and that the legislative assembly so elected is fully authorized to transact such businedd as belongs to the legislative assembly of said Territory, and that all their acts shall be held to be as legal as if the Territory had been regularly apportioned into council and representative districts; and the Governor, Secretary of the Territory, and President of the Council, Board of apportionmentshall act as a board of apportionment in said Territory, for apportioning members of the next legislative assembly thereof, and shall meet at the capitol of said Territory, on the first Monday in September, anno Domini eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and shall, or a majority of them, re-apportion the members of the Council and House of Representatives thereof, upon the basis of the voting population, as shown by the number of votes cast for Delegate in Congress in November eighteen hundred and eighty-four, Allotment of membersallotting members of each House of the legislative assembly, to the different sections of the Territory, pro rata, as nearly as practicable according to such population, and to that end may apportion when necessary, in joint council districts.
That Vol. 21, ch. 119, p. 154, continued in force.sections two, three and four of an act providing for the reapportionment of the members of the legislatures in the Territories of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, approved June third, eighteen hundred and eighty, be, and the same are hereby continued in force, so far as applicable to said Territory, and shall be in force as a part of this act, except as herein modified and provided.
Approved, January 19, 1886.




Feb. 2, 1886.
Chap. 6.—An act making an appropriation for the purchase of the old Produce Exchange building, and the site bounded by Whitehall, Pearl, Moore, and Water streets, New York City, for Army purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Produce Exchange building, New York City.
Appropriation to purchase, for Army purposes.
the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and hereby is, appropriated for the purchase of the old Produce Exchange building and site, bounded by Whitehall, Pearl, Moore, and Water streets, New York City, for Army purposes, and two hundred thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary for the alteration and remodeling of the building, so as to make it suitable in all