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568 FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cns. 204, 205. 1893. taxes on the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors for the purpose of revenue and known as the “Internal-Revenue laws." f°£:£!<gi;¤;s¤*u:f Sec. 19. That no licensee under a barroom license shall employ, or dn 16 ,Z,m_ ,.,..1 mul permit to be employed, or allow any female or minor under sixteen years '*°*¤ P*°¤“>*”**- of age, or person convicted of crgne, to sell, give, furnish, or distribute any intoxicating drinks or any a mixture thereotl ale, wine, or beer to ity!. M-. rrohib any person or persons, nor permit the playing of pool, or billiards, or p;,,,,.,.,, other games in the room where such liquors are sold: Provided, That cam permitted. the excise board may, in its discretion, permit the playing of such smsw minors pro- games, except cards, in duly licensed places: Provided further, That

  • ‘*"“°"· no licensee in any place shall knowingly sell or permit to be sold in his

establishment any intoxicating liquor of any kind to any person under

  • ’°¤¤**Y- the age of twenty-one years, under the penalty upon due conviction

thereof, of forfeiting such license and no person so torfeiting his license shall again be granted a license, for the term of two years. Inmrpmntinn o r Sec. 20. That in the interpretation of this act word of the singular §§,"}Q§°j,',‘$“,,f,,§f""l°' °' number shall be deemed to include their plurals, and that words of the masculppe gender shall be be deemed to include the feminine, as the case may . Reneeé or existing Sec. 21. That this act shall be in lieu of and as a substitute for all x l:,}';,,';}} xisgg lpws ;p1¢;;·eguéations in tlhe District of Colulmbia in relation to limit-’ e e o disan fermente liquorsin the said District and that all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this act, except buoh laws as are applicable to the sale of liquor within one mile of the Soldiers’ Home, be, and they are hereby, repealed. Approved, March 3, 1893. much 3, 1893. CHAP. 205.-An act toprovide for the adjustment of certain sales of lands in the ·——···········* g1;euge(s¢;_1§altiq1;kof th; lqqmfglsenwd Otoe and Missouria tribes of Indians in the B I' 8 8 . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United m‘j"{,*{;F;g$:*,§“ID§£ States of Amerika in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Inma., mb. mm xm. terior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to revise and adjust M.i¤•*·¤¤¤¤*¤f••1¤¤- on principles of equity the sales of lands in the late reservation of v.,1,m_,,,m, the confederated Otoe and Missouria tribes of Indians in the States of Nebraska and Kansas, provided by the act of Congress approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, to be appraised and sold in the manner specified in said act, and which were sold at public Comma, Imum sales at the land office at Beatrice, Nebraska, in May and December, ‘ eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and in his discretion, the consent Re mmm of the Indians having first been obtained, in such manner and under ‘ ’ such regulations as the Secretary of the Interior shall prescribe and R4) W approve, to allow to the purchasers of said lands at said public sales, ..1,,,;,: “ °“ P"'" their heirs and legal representatives, rebates of the amounts, respec- Qfggm tively, paid, or agreed to be paid, by said purchasers: Provided, That ’ such rebates shall in no case exceed the price for which said tracts of land were severally sold in excess of the appraised value thereof, as ghown btyghe gppraistpnnent made by the commissioners appointed and esigna un er said act. R•·¤¤r¤¤ ¤f r¤¤>¤w¤- Sec. 2. As soon as practicable after such adjustments, such rebates, if any shall be allowed, shall be severally indorsed on the certificates and receipts of purchase, and on the records of the General Land Office, du1j¤¤¤· of =¤¤¤¤¤¢¤ and the Secretary of the Interior shall cause notice to be given to said ' purchasers, severally, of the amounts of the deferred payments found to be due and unpaid on their respective purchases under such adjust- Bglegjgseglyhmt of ments. And in default of the payment in cash of the amounts thus "°’found to be severally due within one year from the date of the issuance of such notice, with interest thereon from the date of such adjustments, the entries of any of said purchasers so in default shall be canceled and the lands shall be resold at no less than the appraised price, and