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58 FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cris. 143-145. 1902. Mlm! 10. 1002- CHAP. 148.-——An Act To authorize the establishment of a lifesaving station at or

 near Bogus Inlet, North Carolina.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House o_fR'1e€w·esentatiaes of the Hated

Q",;}:,;,,, States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the

¤¤w1>1i¤h•=d- Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized to establish a life-saving station at or_near Bogue Inlet, North Carolina, in such locality as the General Superintendent of the Life-Saving Service may recommend. A roved March 10, 1902. PP » Much 10.1902- 14C:..-i-itzn Acttkfbtablishing a United States court at Catlettsburg, in the [Public, No. ze.] U1' 0 entu y. Be it enewted by the Senate and House ofRr1e€resentat·i·ves of the United d,§;!;{°°*Y 1“‘“°**“ States of America in Congress assembled, at section nrne of "An amendment Act to divide Kentucky into two judicial districts," approved February l'°"""‘m‘ twelfth, nipgteen hundred and one, be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to re : eg£_f{>°¤**·*'°¤*· “Sec. 9. That the regular terms of the circuit and district courts of ' the United States for the western district of Kentucky shall be held at the followin times amglplaces, namely: At Louisville, be 'nning on the second Monday in arch and the second Monday in Tlctober in each year; at Owensboro, be 'nning on the fourth Monday in N0vember and the first Monday in May in each year; at Paducah, beginning on the third Monday in April and the third Monday in November in each year; at Bowling Green, begigning on the third Monday in May and the second Monday in Decem rin each year. “,'{{,',:;£,f°“"·°”*‘ "That the regular terms of the circuit and district courts of the United States for the eastern district of Kentucky shall be held at the following times and places, namely: At Frankfort, beginning on the second Monday in March and the fourth Monday in September in each year; at Covington, beginning on the first Monday in April and the third Monday in October in each year; at Richmond, beginning on the fourth Monday in April and the second Monday in November in each ypar; at London, beginning on the Second Monday in May and the fourth ,,,,’,.§','§,de'}{_ °*“°"°‘ ondagfn November in each year; at Catlettsburg, beginning on the fourth onday in May and the second Monday in December in each ‘ vear, and at such other times and places as may hereafter be provided by law. “V Approved, March 10, 1902. Much 10.1902. CHAP. 145.-An Act To authorize the Saint Clair Terminal Railroad Company

 to construct and maintain a bridge across the Monongahela River. *

Be it enacted by the Senate and [Muse of Representative.s of the United gL'{,'{Q“fi*{,§’;‘°.,l§;;j,{; States ofzlmerica in Congress assembled, That the Saint Clair Terminal mn rmnem com- Railroad Company, a corporation existing under the laws of the State £’{,{l{,J{’.°S’{,,lt§{l{,l€‘{3,{‘° of Pennsylvania, rs hereby authorized to construct, maintain, and operate a. railroad bridge, with one or more tracks. for railroad trathe across the Monongahela River from a point on the lands of the Saint Clair Steel Companv, located at Clairton Station, on the Pittsburg, Virginia and (J arleston Railroad on the west bank of the Monongahela River, to a point opposite thereto on the east bank of U { r _1 said river between Bellbrrdge Station and Patterson Station, on the °° ° """’·°'“‘ P1ttSbU1'g and Lake Erie Railroad. The said bridge, when built in accordance with the requirements of this Act, shall be a legal structure and may be used for railroad and highway purposes.