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ponrY-sIX’rH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Gu. 90, 91, 92, 9:;. iss;. 373 From West Point to Feer’s Corners. wi,,,,,,,,;,,.;;,,. From Washington Harbor to Elleson Bay. tinuea. From Pepin to Rodes Corners. From Grantsburg via Woodlake and West Sweden to Clam’s Falls. * From Nangart to Werlict. From Alban to Iola. From Ettrick to Blair. From Galesville to Blair. From Bangor, via Bl11'Il to Mindoro. From Stockholm, via Rodes Corners, Porcupine, Arkansaw Noubeck, Danville, Louisville, Falls City, and Wanneka, to Elk Mound. Approved, February 28, 1881. CHAP. 91.-An act making the city of Chattanooga, in the State of Tennessee, a port Feb. 28 1881. of delivery. _;n Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the city of Chattanooga, chattnnoc a in in the State of Tennessee, is hereby made a port of delivery, with a sur- the State oigiion. veyor at a salary of three hundred and fifty dollars per annum and the “°°°°°» °°¤¤*°€°“*°*l customary fees. And the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directed ° §‘ff:°vgf£.°l'v°*Y‘ to carry this act into etfect. Siilnrgend fees. Approved, February 28, 1881. CHAP. 92.-An act to constitute Atlanta, Georgia, a port of delivery. Feb. 28, 1881. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Atlanta, in the State of Atlanta, in the Georgia, be, and is hereby, constituted a port of delivery; and that the $*****1 °f G*‘°’i%"*» privileges of immediate transportation of dutiable merchandise confer- g°§°§g}ff,*g§,l “ p"" red by the act of June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, entitled “An isso, 6h_ ico, act to amend the statutes in relation to immediate transportation of Sess. 2, .11:;. dutiable goods, and for other purposes", be, and the same are hereby, extended to said port; and there shall be appointed a surveyor of cus- Surveyor. toms to reside at said port, who shall receive a salary to be determined Selmby the Secretary of the Treasury, not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum. Approved, February 28, 1881. CHAP. 98.-An act changing the name of the First National Bank of West Meriden March 1, 1881. in the county of New Haven and State of Connecticut. """j"*'" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the name of the FlI‘St BFg“*t,WN“E3‘;”“l NBibl0Dal Bank of West Meriden, in the county of New Haven and State id?] °C(m°;: uf; 0i' Connecticut, shall be changed to the First National Bank of Meriden, timiwi to cimug, Connecticut, whenever the board of directors of said bank shall accept its name. the new name by resolution of the board, and cause a copy of said resolution, duly authenticated, to be Bled with the Comptroller of the Cnr- _ 1'6I1Gy: Provided, That such acceptance be made Within SIX months after P"°"”°· the passage of this act; and that all expenses incident to such change, including engraving, shall be borne and paid by said b8»l1k·_ _ _ _ _ _ Sec. 2. That the debts, dividends, liabilities, rights, privileges and L¤¤:·¤1¤¤¤e1¤. etc-. powers of the First National Bank or West Meriden, in the county of°° *°' °‘” ° ‘*“¤°· New Haven and State of Connecticut, shall devolve upon and mure to the First National Bank of Meriden, Connecticut, whenever such change of name is effected. Approved, March 1, 1881.