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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ons. 63-65. 1896. 73 CHAP. 63.-An Act To authorize the First National Bank of Sprague, Washing- Mmh 20. 1896- ton, to change its location and name. ‘*—"""_‘—‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the First National Bank Fi¤;¤tN=¤¤<>nn1B¤¤k of Sprague, now located at Sprague, Lincoln County, State of Wash- §’,f,yE},’§$,§`{2‘S,,V,Y]f§,E‘éj ington, is hereby authorized to change its location, or place where its operations of discount and deposit are carried on, to the city of Spokane, Spokane County, State of Washington, by and with the consent of the Comptroller of the Currency, whenever the shareholders owning twothirds of the stock of said bank, at a meeting called for that purpose, determine to make such change: Provided, That said bank increase its E';:;; of mm, capital to one hundred thousand dollars, so as to conform to the require- ` ments of the law regulating national banks, and that it send a duly authenticated notice of said vote and of the new location shall be sent to the ohice of the Comptroller of the Currency; but the change of location shall not be valid until the Comptroller of the Currency shall have issued his certificate of approval of the same. Sec. 2. That such name may be assumed in said new location as may °"‘“‘g° °f ““"‘°· have been selected by the vote of the shareholders owning two-thirds of the stock of said bank, at a meeting called for the purpose, after the new name shall have been certified to the Comptroller of the Currency and shall have been approved by him. SEO. 3. That all debts, liabilities, rights, provisions, and powers of °t§“°°°”i°” °f'*€b*°· said association under its old name shall devolve upon and inure to the ` said association under its new name. _ _ _ _ Sec. 4. That nothing in this Act contained shall be so construed as a,{;Q;’_§‘“°*· °*’°··"°" in any manner to release the said bank under its old name or at its old location from any liability, or affect any action or proceeding in law in which said bank may be or become a party or interested. Approved, March 20, 1896. CHAP. 64.-An Act Donating one condemned cannon and four pyramids of con- Merch 20- 1896- demned cannon balls to Stone River Post, Numbered Seventy-four, Grand Army of W the Republic, Sedan, Kansas, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy Condemned cannon. be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to donate to Stone River A?,Y;,"§§Qi,S'§, $$*:3 Post, Numbered Seventyiour, Department of Kansas, Grand Army of {S¤¤¤·-IG¤•¤1 Ri·is¤ the Republic, Sedan, Kansas, one condemned cannon and four pyramids °"°’ ' of condemned cannon balls, for the monument to be erected in the cemetery in said town. That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to deliver to Charles A. Clark Post, Numbered One hundred and eightyfour, Department of Illinois, Grand Army of the Republic, of Ridge Farm, Illinois, lbur pieces of condemned light cast-iron cannon and twenty cannon balls, for use of said post for decorative purposes: Provided, That in the judgment of the Secretary of 5;:3*;% the Navy, such articles can be spared without detriment to the public ' interest; And prorided further, That the United States shall not be E‘Y°““· subjected to any expense on account of such donation. Approved, March 20, 1896. CHAP. 65.-An Act To provide for printing and binding for the Navy Depart- Mmm 20W8M- ment. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United . States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of twenty live Navy mpmgmnmz. thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the P,_$1{{u’ggg‘g°{)*;:m;‘gf Treasury not otherwise appropriated to supply a deficiency in the