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FIFTY—EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cns. 151-153. 1904. ]_ ]_ CHAP. 151.-An Act Providing for an additional officer in the district of Chicago, F€b¤1¤FY 6. 1904- in the collection district of Indiana and Illinois. [S- 540-] _ [Public, No. 15.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRe esentativesof the United States of America in Obngress assembled, Tlidt there·shall be in the ¤¤¤t<>¤¤¤- district of Chicago, in the collection district of Indiana and Illinois, in criigggg, iiiiicgieniii addition to the officers now provided for by law, a naval officer for the “*}§’·S M ,60, my A district, who shall perform the duties pertaining to that office, and ¤¤¤é¤€ie<1-` 'p` shall receive a salary of five thousand dollars a year. Approved, February 6, 1904. CHAP. 152.-An Act To amend section eight hundred and ninety-five of the Code F€bF¤¤¤’Y 8. 1904- of mw an the meme: of coinmban. fH· R-***1 [Public, so. 16. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of]? resentatives of the United 1 States of America in Cbngress assembled, That section eight hundred C0l§j*'*°*°*C°l‘¤¤b*¤ and ninety-five of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia is liaibor regulations. hereby amended by adding the following to the first para raph thereof: ,,,,l§,i;;e€?‘ p' 535* "S1·:c. 895. Every vessel coming to anchor in an otber portion of exxjggwe °°¤¤‘°l the navigable waters in the District of Columbia shall'also be so moored ' under the direction of the harbor master, or the pilot of the police boat acting in the harbor master’s absence, as not to obstruct the channel, and be secured with an anchor at bow and stern as to keep the long axis of the vessel parallel with that of the channel and prevent it from swinging so as to obstruct the free passage of the channel by other vessels." ’ _ S1rc._ 2. That the provision in the third paragraph of said section ,.§s‘§,'f;,f’“'j,*{c_’°“’;,f,‘j,'_{ requiring “ any captain or owner of or anyone in charge of any barge, 32 sand scow, or any vessel that may sink in said canals, shall raise and °` 'p'm‘ remove the same in five days," is hereby made applicable to the captain or owner of any sunken vessel or other structure in any dock or at the end of any wharf in the District of Columbia. _ Approved, February 8, 1904. CHAP. 158.-An Act To amend an Act entitled f‘An Act providinglthe terms and F¢b¤¤¤‘y0_0. 1904- laces of holding the courts of the United States in the distnct of innesota, and l"· ·l ibr other purposes," approved April twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety. [rnnne,N¤>.17.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of1a? zresentatices of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, Tgat section four of an Act §‘{,§§‘,,,?,Q‘°;’3fg‘{,Q',*;‘*, entitled "An Act providing the terms and places of holding the courts disgrigt- m _ of the United States in the district of Minnesota, and for other pur- pp.io6§iii°fm' poses,” approved April twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety, be amended so as to read as follows: "Sec. 4. That re ular terms of the circuit and district courts shall $f,§f“2’é_‘;f_°,g“,,;‘,,e¤d_ be held as follows: Tor the first division, on the third Tuesday in May ed. ' and the third Tuesday in November; for the second division, on the fourth Tuesday in April and the fourth Tuesday in October; for the third division on the first Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in December; for the fourth division, on the first Tuesday in April and the first Tuesday in October; for the fifth division, on the second Tuesday in January and the second Tuesday in July: for the sixth division, on the first Tuesday in May and the second Tuesday in November. ” Sec. 2. That this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after E¤*=¢*·M·¤‘¤¤r1904- the first day of March, anno Domini nineteen hundred and four. Approved, February 9, 1904. . .