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64 FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cris. 62.-64. 1894. soundings, accurately showing the bed of the stream, the location of any other bridge or bridges, and shall furnish such other information as may be required for a full and satisfactory understanding of the subject; and until the said plan and location of the bridge are approved by the Secretary of War the bridge shall not be built; and should any ctnngu. change be made in the plan of such bridge during the progress of construction, such change shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of War·. And the said structure shall be changed at the cost and expense of the owners thereof, irom time to time as the Secretary of War may direct, so as to preserve the free and convenient navigation of said river, and th? autlhoiaty tg erept andfcpptinuehsaid bridge shall be supjecthto revoca ion y e ecre ary o ar, w enever e pu ic goor, in IS judgment so requires. Amendment, nc. Sec. 6. ,That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. commpncemem »···<1 Sec. 7. That this Act shall be null and void if actual construction of °°;;;°;°;4 the bridge herein authorized be not commenced within one year and ‘ S ’' completed within three years from the approval of this Act. Approved, April 21, 1894. Ap,-n u_ mg; CHAP. 63.-An Act To amend section one of an Act approved April sixth, eighteen -——-—————-——— hundred and ninety-four, entitled "A11 Act to `ve etlect to the award rendered by the Tribunal of Arbitration, at Paris, under the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded at \Vashington, February twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and niiélety-two, foréthe q_u:}·pos_e of sdbmitting to arbitration certain questions C0l](!BI‘H1l1g 0 PTOSBYVB 1011 0 6 lll' SGH 8.,, Fu ul H lm Be it enactedlby Senate and House of Representatives of the United Mapu5N_ ’ Y States of America in Congress assembled, That section one of the Act entitled “An Act to give effect to the award rendered by the Tribunal AM-. p. w. of éxébitrtagoné at Paris, ulndler ttm; tiileaty betvfrecn the United States an rea r1 am conc u e a as ington ebruary twenty-ninth eighteen hundred and ninety-two, for the purpose of submitting td arbitration certain questions concerning the preservation of the fur seals,” approved April sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, be Em, _,,,,Mm,_ amended by strilcing out the word "exclusive" where it occurs in said section one and inserting the word “inclusive," so that said section h£qm,%6m_,..¢a¤¤ will read: That no citizen of the United, States, or person owing the · duty of obedience the laws or the treaties of the United States, nor any person belonging to or on board of a vessel of the United States, shagll lnllicaptnre, qr pursue, at agny time, or in any manner whatever, ou su e 0 erri oria waters any ur seal in the waters surround th .4t·..n.¢n..i..i. Pribilov Islands within a zdne of sixty geographical miles (sigtiygto zi. diggin; of latitude) around said islands, inclusive of the territorial Approved, April 24, 1894.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and Hons R t t' ’ dpugtgggszqmw gtqfles og America in Congress axsembled,0Thaltpthl;8l3iilhLt4h ;hdhSu[pi;i·ii3>i· Ein wg Comm: tnwge ornpany, a corporation organized under the laws of the State Pam, Wk"- to mm o isconsin, and its successors in interest be, and is hereby, authorized rmt, num to construct and maintain and operate a bridge and approaches thereto over the Sa1nt_Louis River, between the States of Wisconsiii and Minpfsppa, eigendzing the niprtléerly end of Conners Point, Wisconsin, ces om , opposi ein ie tate of Minnesota. Said bridge shall f 0%:%;:;;..8.,.,, ..14 geregonositrgcétplcléotprolyide for the passage of street railway cars, steam H ,t_ i t U ac sv permitting the passage of trams in opposite e rec ions a ie same time, and for the passage of wagons and vehicles