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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS . SEss. I. CHs . 871-872 . 1928 . Tra ct to be given exchange therefor . 2. The said conveyance of the aforesaid property to be given . in exchange for and dependent upon the city of Chicago conveying to the United States of America the fee simple title, as evidenced by a quitclaim deed and abstracts acceptable to the Attorney General of the United States, to the following tract of land, described by metes and bounds as follows : Descri ption . Beginning at the point of intersection of the west side of the dock on the east side of the Ogden Slip with the north line of the tract of land conveyed by the city of Chicago to the United States of America by deed dated August 10, 1920, and recorded December 8, 1921, as document 7347325 in book 16850, page 532 ; running thence east on the north line of said tract a distance of eighty feet ; thence north at right angles to the north line of said tract two hundred and seventeen feet ; thence west on a line parallel to and two hundred and seventeen feet north of the north line of said tract one hundred feet, more or less, to the west side of said dock on the east side of the Ogden Slip ; thence south and southeasterly on the west side of said dock to the place of beginning, the said tract of land conveyed by the city of Chicago to the United States of America, being described as follows : A parcel of land adjacent to the north Government pier, and bounded on the east by Lake Michigan, approximately five hundred feet long in an easterly and westerly direction and one hun- dred feet wide, described as commencing at the junction of the north side of t he Un ited Stat es Go vernm ent pier (runn ing east from the Ogden Slip) with the east side of the north and south municipal pier for place of beginning, said place of beginning being seven hundred feet, more or less, south measured at right angles from a point in north line of East Illinois Street extended one thousand five hundred feet, more or less, east of the east line of Peshtigo Court ; thence northerly along the said north and south pier one hundred and eight feet ; thence westerly at an angle from the south to west of ninety- one degrees, a distance of five hundred and six feet, more or less, to the west side of the dock on east side of the Ogden Slip ; thence southe rly at an an gle fr om eas t to s outh se venty- four d egrees thirt y minutes along the concrete dock one hundred and three feet, more or less, to the United States Government pier ; thence easterly at an angle from north to east one hundred and six degrees forty minutes along the United States Government pier for a distance of four Right of way to be hundred and eighty feet, more or less, to place of beginning . given . SE C. 3 . That in the exchange herein provided the city of Chicago shall provide suitable access or right of way to the property to be conveyed to the United States . Approved, May 29, 1928 . May 29, 1928.
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CHAP . 872 .-An Act Auth oriz ing the Uval da Bo oste r Cl ub, its succ esso rs [Public, No . 582.] and assigns, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Altamaha River at or near Towns Bluff Ferry, connecting Montgom ery and Jeff Davis Counties, Georgia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House o f Representatives o f the United States o f America irn Congress assembled, That in order to pr omote inters tate c ommerc e, imp rove t he post al ser vice, and pr ovide for military and other purposes, the Uvalda Booster Club, its suc- cessors and assigns, is hereby authorized to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the Altamaha River, at a point suitable to the interests of navigation, at or near Towns Bluf f Ferry, connecting Montgomery and Jeff Davis Counties, Georgia, in accordance with the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to regulate the construction of bridges over navigable waters," Altamaba River . Uvalda Booster Club may bridge, at Towns Bluff Ferry, C3a . Con struct ion . Vol.34,p.84.