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380 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 108,109. 1877. from the sale of public lands, and held for the purpose herein specified and at the further disposal of Congress; and the money arising from Water-r<>¤i~¤· water-rents shall be under the control of the Secretary of the Interior, and expended by him for the purposes hereinbefore stated, an account Report to Con- of which shall be annually rendered to Congress, showing the amount arm- received, the amount expended, and the amount remaining on hand at the end of each fiscal year. Marshal to exo- Sec. 15. That the United States marshal for the judicial district of cute processes- Arkansas, in which the Hot Springs may be situated shall execute all processes required to be executed by this act. Term of office of Sec. 16. That said commissioners shall hold their offices for the period comuiissioners- of one year from the date of appointment, and shall have power to employ competent engineers to make the maps and surveys herein Employés. provided for, at a reasonable compensation; to employ a stenographer, who shall also act as clerk, at a compensation of not more than eight _ dollars per day, to rent an office and purchase the necessary stationey ; C°mP°¤S”»t*°¤· and the compensation of said commissioners shall be ten dollars per — day each, all of which shall be paid by the Secretary of the Interior upon the certified vouchers of said commissioners. not Springs Sec. 17 That the right of way be and the same is hereby, granted R=¤¤g‘¤¤¤<1Cj3ij;1l>=¤¤>;_to the Hot Springs Railroad Company, a company duly incorporated f;’&y_‘"° “¤ ° ° and organized under the laws of the State of Arkansas, to construct, maintain, and operate its line of railroad upon, over, and across the Hot Springs reservation in the State of Arkansas, as follows: Rou to of rail- Commencing on the east line of the southhalf of section thirty three, in WW- township two south of the base line, in range nineteen west of the fifth principal meridian, in the county of Garland, and State of Arkansas, at a point about six hundred feet from the southeast corner of said section ; thence running up a ravine parallel to and south of the Benton wagonroad, westwardly through said section, to a point where the same will intersplct with the Malvern stage-road at a point south of the grave-yard on said reservation. width of gmm Sec. 18. The right of way hereby granted shall consist of a strip of land fifty feet wide on each side of said railroad, measured from the centre line thereof, from the point on the east line of said section of land where said railroad enters the same to the terminus of the track of said L¤¤d f°¤‘ ¤h°P¤» road: Provided, That said railway company may purchase upon the °t°‘ same terms as individuals land for shops, depots, and other purposes, Proviso. not exceeding twenty acres: Provided, however, That Congress may at any time alter, amend, or repeal this section. Land {0,, puma Sec. 19. That a suitable tract of land, not exceeding five acres shall buildings to Gar- be laid off by said commissioners, and the same is hereby granted to the 1=*¤dC<>¤¤W- county of Garland in the State of Arkansas as a site for the public Proviso. building of said county : Provided, That the tract of land hereby granted shall not be taken from the land reserved herein for the use of the United States. _ Approved, March 3, 1877. March 3, 1877. CHAP. 109.-An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy —·i·—·— for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and AMC, P- 124- for other purposes. · Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Appropriations. States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and Military Acad- the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury “"’Y· not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the Military Academy for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight: Payofprcfessom For pay of three professors, at three thousand five hundred dollars md °th°'°- per annum each, ten thousand five hundred dollars. For pay of six professors at three thousand dollars per annum each, eighteen thousand dollars.