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THIRTY—SlXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 5, 7, 8. 1860. 3 CHAP. V.—An Act to extend the Provisions of "An Act to enable the State if Arkansas Lrfarch 12, 1860. egrd athzntglgtes pz regaim I/ae Swamp Lands within their Limits"' to Minnesota and _""""'°"‘ rcgon, oro er urposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Uongress assembled, That the provisions of the act ¥"°tYi;g’¤S of of Congress entitled “An act to enable the State of Arkansas and other gz, LOL i?':)' States to reclain; the ‘swamp lands’ within their limits," approved Sep- 519,) extended to tember twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and nfty, be, and the same arg g;:§§;°¤ Md hereby, extended to the States of Minnesota and Oregon: Provided, That I,1,é,_,,m_ the grant hereby made shall not include any lands which the government of the United States may have reserved, sold, or disposed of (in pursuance of any law heretofore enacted) prior to the confirmation of title to be made under the authority of the said act. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the selection to be made from Selections unlands already surveyed in each of the States including Minnesota and gf; *::2 $$**,;;,1 Oregon, under the authority of the act aforesaid, and of the act to aid eh. 87,(vo1. ix. pi the State of Louisiana in draining the swamp lands therein, approved $52,)**1*6** *0 b° March second, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, shall be made mmm within two years from the adjournment of the legislature of each State at its next session after the date of this act; and, as to all ·lands liereafter to be surveyed, within two years from such adjournment, at the next session, after notice by the Secretary of the Interior to the governor of the g Sts-Xe, that the irveyslgavpgzgen completed and confirmed. , r1>n.0vm>, are ‘ , .

 . VII.-An Act to re cal the third Section 0 an Act anti"A ct to in ea

l Cldhd regulate the Terms of ghe Circuit and Districtf Courts jbr th;w1llTod/ae;‘nAD[slrict Zkt/ls: 5 “State of Mw TTF7k," approved July seventh, eighteen hundred and Mirty-eight.

 Be it enacted by the Senate cmd House of Representatives of the United

i [States of America in Congress assembled, That the third section of the ofI;;l’°;“,l gags i act entitled "An act to increase and regulate the terms of the circuit and ch. 182, (vol.'v. l district courts for the northern district of the State of New York,” P·b2?5;l Vnhlgh i approved July seventh, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, be, and the SilS,€;gé(i§wih:“ i same is hereby, repealed. dtyisions for the t Amtovtp, March 24, 1860. gpg of ~¤¤¤ ¤f


E Crux-. VIII.-—An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act lo regulate the Cd17'l'dg8 of March 24, 1860. Passengers in Steamships and older Vessels," approved Merch third, eighteen hundred and_/1`j7y;five,_/"or the better Proteclwn of Iémalc Passengers, and other Pwposcs. VOL x_'p_ h5_ ' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United g States of America in Oongress assembled, That every master or other Seduction and E officer, seaman or other person employed on board of any ship or vessel ill5gtf;°g?:°*l°!1 E of the United States, who shall, during the voyage of such ship or vessel, glgar Ig,] ,mp”` ,,2 under promise of marriage, or by threats, or by the exercise of his vessetofme lhnlg authority, or by solicitation, or the making of gifts or presents, seduce "i;’n,§;‘s°°» h°"

 and have illicit connexion with any female passenger, shall be guilty of a P `
 , misdemeanor, and upon conviction, shall be punished by imprisonment
 for a term not exceeding twelve months, or by a fine not exceeding one _

` thousand dollars: Provided, That the subsequent intermarriage of the P’°“’°· parties scducing and seduced may be pleaded in bar of a conviction. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That. neither the officers, seamen, The mquem. or other persons employed on board of any ship or vessel bringing ing §*i¤h¤¤¤ l'•€l·'· emigi-ant passengers to the United States, or any of them, shall visit §}‘;;`§,§‘£;ef’;;E ‘ or frequent any part of such ship or vessel assigned to emigrant pas- signed to emi- ` sengers, except by the direction or permission of the master or com- €;¤¤;:£_;**?3‘§,:f:; -- mamler of such ship or vessel tirst made or given for such purpose; and u,,, 0,- wages_ ‘ » every officer, seaman, or other person employed on board of such ship or . vessel, who shall violate the provisions of this section shall be deemed ii