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90 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 85-87. 1924. AD1’i17»l92€· CHAP. 85.—An Act Granting the consent of Congress to The Pittsburgh,

 Youngstown & Ashtabula Railway Company, its successors and assigns, to

[Pubh°’ N°' G9'] construct a bridge across the Mahoning River in the State of Ohio. _ Be it enacted by the Senate and H vase of Representatives of the §.{f‘g‘,Q“u*§,,'f*§}',,",Qng,_ United States oi America in Congress assembled, That the consent ¢<>w¤&As¤¤·¤¤1¤R¤i1- of Congress is ereb granted to The Pittsburgh, Youngstown & way Company may . Cy . . magensssnmn, ous. Ashtabula Railway ompany, and 1ts successors and assigns, to construct, maintam, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the Mahomng River at a point suitable to the interests of navigation, C,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,L at or near Haselton, in the county of Mahoning, in the State of V•>*· 3% P- %*· Oh1o, in accordance with the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to regulate the construction of bridges over navigable waters," approved March 23 1906. _ ‘““°“°‘“°“°‘ Sec. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby express y reserved. · Approved, April 7, 1924. §}’Tg·:& CHAP. 86.——An Act Authorizing the construction, reconstruction, and im-

 provement of roads and trails, inclusive of necessary bridges, in the national

parks and monuments under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior. _ _ B tc Re it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the §§§}§f“',’,§,,’2¤g, United States of glmenca in Congress assembled, That the Secre- ¤¤¤¤¤¤=¤d in- §ary_0f the;1Inger1or,;h1n_h1(si administration of the National Park ervice is ere y au orize to construct reconstruct and im rove roads aiid trails, inclusive of necessary bridges, in the national garks grid monuments under the jurisdiction of the Department of the nterior. mgsngggmigigfgrmsgte; Src. 2. That for such purposes, including the making of necessa \·eys,c¤¤ser¤¤zi¤¤,sz¤. surveys and plans, there is hereby authorized to be appropriatdd; ’°°"·*’·““· out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the ill}‘fKL“ill??§§£°€1`Zt’i§blfu`L2t‘§§‘i§3§`°d ‘ ih.? S““‘33f ii€€°’(Ei’° an une · ie sum 0; §§,500,000ffor thefitiscal yearaendiiig June 30, 1926; and the sum o 500 000 or t ie scal year ending June 30 1927. ragvggcrgli digg; Sec. ,Thsit_ the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to reserve gg: iiandgiuglighwsy from distribution to the several tates, in addition to the 10 per ,·;,§‘§,_‘},_m; centum authorized by section 5 of the Act of November 10, 1921 (Fortysecond Statutes at Large, page 213),_uot exceeding 5_pe1· centum of the material, equipment, and supplies hereafter received from the Secretary of War, and to transfer said material, equipment, and supp ies to the Secretary of the Interior for use in constructing, mm reconstructing, improving, and maintaining roads and trails in the Transfer eumesiim. national parks an monuments: Provided, That no charge shall be lm- made for such transfer except sinch sums as may be agreed upon as bgng iéeasonable charges for freight, handling, and conditioning for e cien use. Approved, April 9, 1924.

 CHAP. 87.-An Act To amend section 71 of the Judicial Code as amended.

[Public, No. T1.] Y _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the

"”"d3;f“';i°‘”$°é; United States of America in, Congress assembled, That section 71

gmenided, _ dmldml of the J udicial Code, as amended, IS amended to read as follows: m§;“;“9;‘; ‘ t 71. (a) Qglie State of Agkansas is divided into two districts, · · _ o nown as e western an eastern districts of A k .

_°` ‘; " (b) The western district shall include three division; cbliniltituted

“"°°· as follows. The Texarkana division, which shall mclude the terri-