Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 3.djvu/549

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FOBTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 195, 196, 197 . 1875. 519 CHAP. 195.-·Au act to donate a certain portion of the military reservation of Fort March 3, 1875. Brady to school-district number one, in township of Sault Sainte Marie, and State ———-——-—i— ‘of Michigan for school purposes. ‘ Bo it enacted by the‘Senate and House of Representcthxzsrof the United States ofzlmerica in Congress assembled, That a. certain portion of the Certain portion military reservation of Fort Brady, situate in the county of Chippewa, °f Wl11E5W ¤`°§°*· and State of Michigan, containing one and twenty-six hundredths acres, g;,“g‘;°¤ fggd 'QQ and bounded on the north by Portage street, on the east by Church Sch.,,,i-d;mic¤ of street, on the south by Ridge street and on the west by the west line of Sault S¤i¤teMnrie. said military reservation, be, and the sameis hereby, donated to schooldistrict numbered one in township of Sault Sainte Marie, in the county and State aforesaid, for school purposes, and for no other purpose. Smotrrou 2. That so much of Portage street, Church street and Ridge streets esmbiasn. street, in the village of Sault Sainte Marie, as is so represented upon a ed- . map of said village tiled in the General Land·OtHce, as shall embrace the portion of ground aforesaid be established as such streets. Approved, March 3, 1875. CHAP. 196.-Au act for the relief of settlers on lands within railroad limits. Much 3, 1375 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That where any actual settler _ settlers Within who shall have paid for any lands situate within the limits of any grant hmm of f“i*;I'{’”;d of lands by Congress to oid in the construction of any railroad, the S‘Q;fQS°‘m,,; price of such lands being fixed by law at double minimum rates, and 1,,0,,,;;.., on MQ uusuch railroad lands having been forfeited to the United States and re- occupiedlonds, qw. stored to the public domain for failure to build such railroad, such person or persons shall have the right to locate, on any unoccupied lands, an amount equal to their original entry, without further cost, except such fees as are now provided by law in preemption cases: Provided, Proviso. That when such location is upon double minimum lands, one—half the amount only shall be taken. ‘ Approved, March 3, 1875. CHAP. 197.-An act for the relief of the Holy Cross Mission in the Territory of Dakota. Much 3, 1375, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the _Holv Cross Mis- Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to withdraw from ¤lQ¤» jgakggai °°”· sale or settlement, under the provisions of the pre-emption and home- Q; W??]?; stead laws of Congress, one hundred and sixty acres of the public lands .d,,,,W,, fyém Bah situated in sections thirteen and eighteen, township one hundred and thirty-eight, range forty-nine, and section eighteen, township one hundred and thirty-eight, range forty~eight, as were included within the limits originally claimed and improved for the mission school-buildings, church, cemetery, and so forth, now occupied by the founders of the Holy Cross Mission at said place: Provided, That said land shall include all school and church buildings and the cemetery thereon occupied. Sec. 2. That the Secretary of the Interior shall be further authorized Grant tp Holy to grant, to the said Holy Cross Mission board, the aforesaid. land, for CMS M¤¤»°¤°¤- the sole and exclusive use of said Holy Gross Mission: Provided, That this act sha.11 not afteot any bona tide claimant to said lands or any portion thereof.· _ Approved, March 3, 1875.