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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Suss. II. C11. 77, 78, 79. 1849. 349 OMA;; Act to amend an act entitled ‘ An Act to carry into effect, in Three yew ¤i- the States of Alabama and Mississippi, the existing compacts with those },°;·wgab;°m§ta:§ States with regard to the Eve per cent. fund und the school reserve- make selection tions,’ approved March third, eighteen hundred and lbrty-seven," be, ge$”g‘;‘p::v°l:; and the same are hereby extended, so as to enable the State of Ala- acts_ bama to have three years from the passage of this act in which to make 1847, ch. 64. the selections of land authorized by the preceding acts to which this is an amendment. Approved, February 26, 1849. Cnr. LXXVlI.—.»9n Act making Jppropriatians for the Payment of Navy March 2, 1849. Pensions for the Year ending the thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred """"*‘]" and [Obsolete, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of navy pensions for the year ending the thirtieth of I une, one thousand eight hundred and fifty. To pay invalid pensions, forty thousand dollars. _InvaIid D85m To pay the pensions of widows and orphans of oilzicers, seamen, and S%Q°§§nd Jl__ marines, fifty thousand dollars. pimps, 350,000. To pay the pensions of invalids who were wounded on board of pri- {1¤'aH€¤ ”3“¤4‘ vate armed vessels during the last war with Great Britain, three thou- $aQQu,,,,°;:Q KQ: sand dollars. sels, 33000. Approved, March 2, 1849. Crux-. LXXVIII.—- dn .9ct declaratory of the Jafar the Admissim of the State March 2, 1849. of Iowa into the Union. i Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqpresentatiz·es of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That by the act Support ofcom— entitled "An Act for the admission of the State of Iowa into the }“"“ “°l'*°°l¤ in Uui0n," approved December twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and forty— °wi§g6’ cb L six, the United States assented to the application for the support of common schools, as made in the second section of the tenth article of the constitution of said State, of the five per cent. of the net proceeds of the sales of the public lands within the State of Iowa, and of the five hundred thousand acres of land granted to said State by the act of the fourth of September, eighteen hundred and forty-one ; said land to be selected in legal subdivisions of not less than three hundred and twenty acres. Avrnovrzn, March 2, 1849. CHA!-. LXXIX.—.£n Act to allow Subsistence to ccrluin Arkansas and other March 2, 1849. Volunteers, who have been Prisoners of lVu.r in Mezlan. m- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Crmgress assembled, That the proper {M*L¤9>'»i¤li¢¤ Hccounting officers of the army of the United States be, and they are gc gzisligizggg hereby, required to pay, in money, to each volunteer of the Arkansas volunteers. regiment, and to each volunteer of any other corps that has been in the military service of the United States, who has been a prisoner of war in Mexico, the sum of forty cents a day, in lieu of subsistence, during the whole time of his imprisonment. SHG. 2. And be it fur:/wr enacted, That the benefits provided by generate erm.