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524 FIFTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 187, 188. 1893. widows of the war of eighteen hundred and twelve and with Mexico, and the survivors and widows of the Indian wars of eighteen hundred and thirty-two to eighteen hundred and forty-two, inclusive, one hunzwmm. dred and sixty-five million dollars: Provided, That the appropriation Navy v¤¤¤i¤¤¤- aforesaid for Navy pensions shall be paid from the income of the Navy pension fund, so far as the same may be sufficient for that purpose: Accounts. And provided further, That the amount expended under each of the above items shall be accounted for separately. Examining sur- For fees and expenses of examining surgeons for services rendered “°°°° f°°°° within the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ni nety-four, one million dollars. And each member of each examining board shall, as now authorized by law, receive the sum of two dollars for the examination of each applicant whenever five or a less number shall be examined on any one day, and one dollar for the examination of each additional Proviqvv-_ applicant on such day: Provided, That if twenty or more applicants E“”“”°°‘°““‘ appear on one day, no fewer than twenty shall, if practicable be examined on said day, and that if fewer examinations be then made, twenty or more having appeared, then there shall be paid for the iirst examinatious made on the next examination day the fee of one dollar only N¤f•=¤¤¤1¤¤¤¤¤rv1¢¤ until twenty examinations shall have been made: Provided further, ’°°°°"d‘ That no fee shall be paid to any member of an examining board unless personally present and assisting in the examination of applicant. N<>¤¤¤¤i<¤¤¤¢ =1i¤¤¤ That from and after July tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, no pension shall be paid to a nonresident, who is not a citizen of the United States, except for actual disabilities incurred in the service. xgmr mmm. For salaries of eighteen agents for the payment of pensions, at tour thousand dollars each, seventy-two thousand dollars. Clerk him- For clerk hire, four hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That the Proviao, · amount of clerk hire for each agency shall be apportioned as nearly as “’*’°’°°”'“‘°'"‘ practicable in proportion to the number of pensioners paid at each agency, and the salaries paid shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. Fw- For fuel, seven hundred and fifty dollars. mgm. For lights, seven hundred and fifty dollars. ‘ sammy. For stationery and other necessary expenses, to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior, thirty-five thousand dollars. R¢¤¢¤· For rents, twenty-two thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. Approved, March 1, 1893. Minh L $$93- CHAP. 188.-An act to grant to the Gainesville, McCallister and Saint Louis Rail-

""—`*" way Company a right of way through the Indian Territory, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United H <;_¤:¤;$:fQ£¤;h€=fI$‘<;;;lé States of America in Congress assembled, That the Gainesville, McCallister gina-..y Company and Saint Louis Railway Company, a corporation created under and by gg ;g¤**{*,;°l§mj¤*}; virtue of the laws of the State of Texas, be and the same is hereby, Indian rmmu-y. invested and empowered with the right of locating, constructing, owning, equipping. operating, using, and maintaining, a railway, telegraph, Location- and telephone line through the Indian territory, beginning at a point to be selected by said railway company on Red River, north of the east part of Cooke County. in the State of Texas, or the west part of Gray- son County, in said State, and running thence in a northeast direction, by the most practicable route, through the Indian Territory, to a point on the western boundary of the State of Arkansas. Riziw of my- Sec. 2. That a. right of way of one hundred feet in width through said Indian Territory is hereby granted to the Gainesville, McCallister and Saint Louis Railway Company, and a strip of land two hundred ieet in AM,,,,,,, ,-0, m_ width, with a length of three thousand feet, in addition to the right of tions- way, is granted for such stations as may be established, but such grant und, uqt to be shall be allowed but once for every ten miles of the road, no portion of me M ¤¤l·*— which shall be sold or leased by the company, with the right to use such