516 FORTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 227. 1873. _ exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars S‘}f"°Y"'€. for township, and ten dollars for section lines, sixty thousand dollars. public lands in . . . , . Nebmsku, For surveying the public lands in l\ebraska, at rates not exceeding twelve dollars per linear mile for standard lines, nine dollars for township, and eight dollars for section lines, sixty thousand dollars, to take effect upon the passage of this act. Kansas; For surveying the public lands in Kansas, at rates not exceeding twelve dollars per linear mile for standard lines, nine dollars for township, and eight dollars for section lines, sixty thousand dollars, said amount to be available from and after the passage of this act. goiorm, Te,. For surveying the public lands in Colorado Territory, at rates not ¤‘i¢<>U’= exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, eighty thousand dollars. Idaho Tm;,,,. For surveying the public lands in Idaho Territory, at rates not exceed- W: ing fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, thirty thousand dollars. New Mexico For surveying the public lands in New Mexico Territory. at rates not T°¤”lt°l'.Yi exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, thirty thousand dollars. Arizona Terri- For surveying the public lands in Arizona 'I`erritory, at rates not

- °’.Y¥ exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, twenty thousand

dollars. California; For surveying the public lands in California, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, fourteen dollars for town·· ship, and twelve dollars for section lines, and for heavily-tiinbered moun— tain-lands. at augmented rates, not exceeding eighteen dollars per linear mile for standard, sixteen dollars for township, and fourteen dollars for section lines, ninety thousand dollars. Oregon; For surveying the public lands in Oregon, at; rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, fourteen dollars for township, and twelve dollars for section lines, forty thousand dollars. For surveying the public lands in Oregonhdensely covered with forests of thick undergrowth, at rates not exceeding eighteen dollars per linear mile for standard, sixteen dollars for township, and fourteen dollars for section lines, thirty thousand dollars; one-third of said amount to be expended east of the Cascade mountains. Washington For surveying the public lands in Washington Territory, at rates not T°"i*°*>'4 exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, fourteen dollars for township, and twelve dollars for section lines, and for heavily- timbered lands at augmented rates, not exceeding eighteen dollars per linear mile for standard, sixteen dollars for township, and fourteen dollars for section lines, seventy thousand dollars. Utah Territory; For surveying the public lands in Utah Territory, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, twenty-five thousand dollars. Nevada; For surveying the public lands in Nevada, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, fifty thousand dollars. Wyoming Ter. For surveying the public lands in Wyoming Territory, at rates not rit<>ry· exceeding fifteen dollars per linear mile for standard, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, fifty thousand dollars. Survey of For survey of the western boundary of Wyoming Territory, at a rate l><>¤}¤d#5¤Q’<>fWY· not exceeding fifty dollars per linear mile, estimated distance two hun- °"""g 1°"‘t°"·Y’ dred and seventy-seven miles, thirteen thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. Colorado Ter- For survey of so much of the south boundary of Colorado Territory as ¤'l¤>*Y· lies between the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth meridian, west of Washing-