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52 FORTYTHIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 205, 208, 207. 1874. Route. thence to Fort Richardson, Texas; thence along the northern frontier. line of settlements to Forts Grifdu and Concho; thence to the Pecos River, at or near the mouth of Toyah Creek; thence_to Fort Clarke, on Las Moras Creek; thence to Fort Duncan, on the_R1o Grande; thence down the Rio Grande, via Fort McIntosh and ].{ll1g01d7S Barracks, to Brownsville, so as to connect the military posts which are now, or may hereafter be, established on said line with the military head-quarters of said district; and that the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, or so Appropriation. much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated out of any money in the treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated. Approved, June 3, 1874. . .—- et o extend the time to re·em tors on the public lnudsiu the

 CHAP 206 An nState of Minnesota, to mgke fins?] payment. P

Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the_ United Time of payment States of America in Congress assembled, Cllhat the time at which pre- ¤> ¢¤F¤=¤i¤ l>F¢>·<>¤¤1>l· emptors on the public lands in the State of Mmnesota, including thelands "'“ *3 dM‘”“°“°°" within Fort Ridgely and Sioux Indian reservations, are now required mmm °to make final proof and payment, is extended for the period of two years. Approved, June 3, 1874. Juno 3, 1874. CHAP. 207.-An net changing nemo and location of lrasbnrgh National Bunk of ""‘ "”‘ " — Orleans, county of Orleans, State of Vermont. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United. T¤‘¤¤b¤l1‘s’]1N¤li0¤· States of America in Odngrcas assembled, That the Irasburgh National Q}l£P;‘1lj)‘;: tO"1;‘;‘;; Bank ot'Ox·1eans now located in the town of Irasburgh, county of Orleans, chmgg m, 1{,wm,u_ and State of Vermont, is hereby authorized to change its location to the town of Barton, in the county and State aforesaid. Whenever the stock- Pmcwuu S holders representing three-iburths of the capital stock of such bank, 'gat a meeting called lor that purpose, determine to make such change, the president and the cashier shall execute a certificate under the corporate seal of said bank, specifying such determination, and shall cause the same to be recorded in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and thereupon such change of location shall be effected, and the operations of discount and deposit of said bank shall be carried on in the town of 1‘r<>vi¤¤· Barton aforesaid: Provided, That such acceptance shall be made within one year after the passage of this act; and that all expenses incident to the proposed change, including engraving, shall be borne and paid by said bank. Liabilities Mt Sec. 2. That nothing in this act shall be so construed as in any man- ““°°*°d· ner to release the said_ bank iron; any liability, or aifect any action or proceeding in law in which the-said bank may be a party o1- interested. N am e to b c Sec. 3. That whenever the location of the said bank shall have been

 é°;uE"**°“ changed in accordance with the first section of this uct, its name shall

‘ be changed to Barton National Bank, and all debts, demands, liabilities, rights, and powers belonging to the said Irasburgh National Bank of Orleans, shall devolve upon and inure to the Barton National Bank; and all actions pending by or against said Irasburgh National Bank of Orleans may be prosecuted by or against the Barton National Bank, in the same manner and with the same effect as if such change of location and name had not been made. Public notice. Sec. 4. Cljhat as soon as such change of name and location shall have been made, public notice thereof shall be given by publication in a newspaper pniblished in said Barton for two weeks successively. Approved, June 3, 1874.