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788 _ FIFTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 333, 356, 357. 1889. show an abandoned and malignant disposition, he shall be adjudged I guilty of a misdemeanor, an , on conviction shall be fined in any sum not less than fifty nor exceeding one thousand dollars and nnprisoned not exceeding one year. _ _ . .*’¤¤iShm°¤'* *0* we Sec. 26. That if any person shall maliciously and willfully set on m°gm°mW°°dS’8t°` iire any woods, marshes, or prairies, in the Indian Territory, with the intent to destroy the fences, improvements, or property of another, such person shall be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, or be imprisoned not more than six months, or both, at the discretion of the_court. mcirgeiqcmggggéezg Sec. 27, That sections ive, twenty-three, twenty -four, and tw ent) - indium. five of this act shall not be so construed as to apply to offenses committed by one Indian upon the person or property of another Indian. aspen Sec. 28. That all laws and parts of laws inconsistent with the provisions of this act be, and the same are hereby, repealed. Approved, March 1, 1889. March 2, 1889. CHAP. 356.-An act for the erection of a public building at Fort I/Vorth, Texas. Be it enacted by the Senate and House rg Representatives of the §Q{‘uXV,$,§“,f,;QFg°¥ United States of America in Congress assem Zed, That the Secretary Sire- of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to purchase a site for, and cause to be erected thereon a suitable buil mg with fire-pr of vaults therein, for the accommodation of the postoffice and other Government offices, at the city of Fort Worth, in the H“"“·°*°‘ State of Texas. The plans, specincations, and full estimates of said buildin shall be previously made and a roved according to law, and shadl not exceed, for the site and building complete, the sum of

 %euv§p;y—five thousalnid dpllars: {roviged, Thzt the sétp) slppl leaiée the

g unex ose o anger rom re in a jacen ui in s y an open space of liiot less than forty feet, includin streets and alleys; '”“°· °*"· and no money appropriated for this purpose shed] be available until a valid title to the site for said building shall be vested in the United States, nor until the State of Texas shall have ceded to the United States exclusive {urisdiction over the same, during the time the United States shall be or remain the owners thereof, for all purposes except tlpe administratiiolp of the criminal laws of said State and the service o CIVI process erem. Approved, March 2, 1889. M”°h 2- *88% CHAP. 357.-An act to authorize the construction of a bridge for railway purposes across the Mississippi River between the States of Wisconsin and Minnesota, to be located north of an in the vicinity of the city of Alma, Wisconsin. swam S0 th M Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of Hee emmilwaycbmgany United States &i4memca in Congress assembled, That the Soo and ggybrigmwyppi Southwestern 1lwayVCompany, a corporation organized under the "“ ’ ‘”‘ laws of the State of isconsin, and its successors and assigns, Lu, and they are hereby, authorized to construct and maintain railway 'plpidgetand {approaches thegepp across the Mississippi River blptxyepii e a es 0 isconsin an 1 innesota from a oint just nort o t ze Beef Slough cut·off, in section twenty-one, towiiship number tweni y- two north, of range thirteen west, of the fourth principal meridian, above the city of Alma, in the county of Budalo, Wisconsin, to and upon the west bank of said river, in the county of Wabasha, in the mg State of Minnesota: Provided, That Congress may at any time prescmbxlihch rulaes and ragulations in regard to toll and otherwise as may eeme reasona e.