Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 28.djvu/1008

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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS or mn UNITED STATES, Passed at the second session, which was be un and held at the cit 0 Washi ton ' District of Columbia, on Monday, the foihth day of December, 1g9g and wdlrgadjbbhirlbld without day on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of August, 18.94. Gnovmt CLEVELAND, President; ADLAI E. STEVENSON, Vice-President and President of the Senate; Isum G. Hamas, President pro tcmpore of the Senate; CHARLES - F. Cmsr, Speaker of the House of Representatives; JAMES- D. Ricunnnsoiv was elected Speaker pro tempore July eleventh, 1894; Mr. Crisp resumed the duties of Speaker July eighteenth, 1894. GHAP. 11.-An Act For the relief of David B: Gottwals. J annary 15, 1894. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, That all real estate lying in §Q{‘§;,f,‘;“'{,‘§·_ the District of Columbia, heretofore purchased by and conveyed to chased by. r•>1i:>ved David B. Gottwals, of said District, prior to the passage of this act, be °°$".{°{{°§l'{$&, relieved and exempted trom all forfeitures heretofore incurred by the operation of an act entitled “An act to restrict the ownership of real estate in the Territories to American citizens," approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven. Approved, January 15, 1894. CHAP. 28.-Au Act For the relief of the heirs of Martha A. Dealy, deceased. I.-,,,,,.,,,,), m_ mM_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of the {{¤¤l¤¤;AhP¤•;1>*·i General Land Office be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to allow wtgiiiiljii `ziillmi the heirs of Martha A. Dealy, widow of David Dealy, to enter under **°“°· the homestead laws, if the said David Dealy when living were qualified to make such entry, the north half of the northwest quarter of lots three and four of section sixteen, in township thirty-eight north, of range two east of Willamette meridian, and to allow Mary Younkin, %*¤;1r{<>¤51ki¤;· i widow of Moses Younkin, to enter under the homestead laws, if the wtsuaizzti sliiulwyedl said Moses Yonukin when living were duly qualitied, the north half of the northeast quarter and lots five and six of section sixteen, in town- _ ship thirty-eight north, of range two east of Willamette meridian, both of said tracts lying in Whatcom County, in the State of Washington, and to issue patents to the heirs of the said Martha A. Dealy, and to Mary Younkiu, for the respective tracts hereby authorized .to be entered by them, upon their making such proof as is required by existing laws P'°°'* and executive regulations and in compliance with the requirements of ., the homestead laws: Provided, That the State of Washington, by the ggging 0,,mMy proper State officer or officers thereto duly authorized by the laws of wqnaugemn neu of Said State, shall first select, or shall signify a willingness to select, °“”“°" (981)