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532 FIFTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 101. 1819. more than for the district east of Pearl river ; nor more than eighteen months’ com- °‘€l‘Qf‘°§‘ 0m_ pensation to be allowed to the register, receiver, and clerk, of the district
- ,;l,,,£°;, gw, west of Pearl river.
surveyor of Sec. 11. And be it jin ther enacted, That the surveyor for the lands the lands cuth south of the state of Tennessee shall, with_the consent and approbation gf ?;:;‘;“*‘;?;f’ of the President of the United States, appoint a principal deputy survey. ,,5},; ,;,,,,,,1:,, Z;] for tltreflanlds hhs said distrysiti, wh; shpll ylpcpiyle an aninual withasalaryof ar o ive un re dollars, an ,1n a iron ere o, e o owing ees; ?°° d°n‘"S ‘“‘d that ig to say: for examining and recording the surveys executed by any ,$;gu,m-,r·;“,_ of the deputies, at the rate of twenty-five cents for every mile of the boundary line of such survey and for a cegtitield copy of any1 piatbof a Duty ofdepu- surve in the office, twenty- ve cents; an w ose uty its a e to ty '“"°Y°'· survei, or cause to be sudeyed, by his other deputies, the lands, the claims to which are confirmed, and that are directed to be granted as donations, where the same have not been already surveyed, and the lands which may be claimed by right of pre-emption, whenever directed by the register and receiver, and to execute such other surveys as may be necessary for the ascertainment of the lands, the title or claim to which is embraced in the report of the commissioners aforesaid. And the said Expense of principal deputy surveyor shall make out particular plats of the surveys
- “§,m:, directed by this act, which he shall return to the register of the proper
sm,,_,_ district; and also, a general and oonlpected plaitglvvhich he shall lyetprn to the surve or of the lands south o the stateo ennessee; an the ex- Provlsc. pense of isurveying shall be paid by the United States: Provided, The same shall not exceed, in the whole, four dollars a mile, for every mile which shall be actually surveyed and marked. Books or Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That the books of the former com-
- `°F'°F’ °°"" missioners, in which the claims, and evidence of claims, are recorded,
Eg??;;;; $2,,, shall be lodged with the registers of the land office, for the respective the registers, districts; and the register and receiver of public moneys, in each re- &°· . d spective district, shall have power to examine the claims recognised, conm5;€;,?°;m§n filrmed, or provided tofbe granted, by thedprlovisiopsl of tpis act, as als? owered to ex- aims to the right 0 re-em tion; an they s a ma e out to eac gml“° °l°j“°» claimant, entitled? in theii opinibn, thereto, a certificate, according to the °_,§, certificate nature of the case, under such instructions as they may receive from the to each claim- commissioner of the general land office; and on presentation at the ge- 2;*% °¤¢m¤d» neralland ol’lice,ofsuchcertificatefor a confirmed claim, or for a donation, fic cmmcm accotrding tofthlp provisions of thisalct ; and vyherel it grail appear; to the having been satis actiono the commissioner o the enera an office,t1at the certi·
- `°*'lY °b:°lP°d» ficate has been fairly obtained, aecordiiigg to the true intent and meaning
- u}:t°"t °'°` of this act, then, and in that case, a patent shall be granted, in like
manner as for other lands of the United States. The president Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That the President shall have mw ¤PP°i¤¢*l¤¤ power to appoint the register and receiver of public moneys for the said
- ,’;}2d,h0 districts in the recess of the Senate, who shall be nominated to them at
recess, kq, l. G1!` l'1€Xl'. mC0[llTg. Ar·r>novm>, March 3, 1819. Smrurz II. ...-—
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3, Be it enacted the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Act of May States of America, in Congress assembled, That the President of the Eg 1820, ¤h· Unitegd States be, and he isfhelpeby, aughorizeyi, wfheneviy he shall deem · . it exp ient, to cause any o the arme vesse s o the nited States, to m;`;`;;];??;; be employed to cruise on any of the coasts of the United States, or terrisrmcd vessels tories thereoi or of the coast of Africa, or elsewhere, where he may judge (a) See notes to act of March 2, 1807, ch. 22, vol. ii. 426.