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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 182, 191-193. 1896. 121 declared to be national fields for military maneuvers for the Regular Army of the United States and the National Guard or Militia. of the States: Provided, That the said parks shall be opened for such Pr¤¤i;¤·. purposes only in the discretion of the Secretary of Wa1·, and under mg" f°°S' such regulations as he may prescribe. Sec. 2. That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized, within the m:¤¤¤°l *¤¤*·¤¤°*·*¤¤ limits of appropriations which may from time to time be available for "' ` such purpose, to assemble, at his discretion, in camp at such season of the year and for such period as he may designate, at such field of military maneuvers, such portions of the military force of the United States as he may think best, to receive military instruction there. The Secretary of War is further authorized to make and publish regulations governing the assembling of the National Guard or Militia of the several States upon the maneuvering grounds, and he may detail instructors from the Regular Army for such forces during their exercises. Approved, May 15, 1896. CHAP. 19].-An Act Constituting Syracuse, New York, a port of delivery. MBV IS- 1896- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Syracuse, in the State of yrscm-f-fd New York, be, and is hereby, constituted a port of delivery, and that my :;:1 PEM; 1;:; the privileges of immediate transportation of dutiable merchandise dgfgb ;”¤¤P°*¤*¤°¤ conferred by the seventh section of the Act of June tenth, eighteen P g ` hundred and eighty, entitled ‘•An Act to amend the statutes in relation VM- ¤rv- 174- to immediate transportation of dutiable goods, and for other purposes," be, and the same are hereby, extended to said port; and there shall be appointed a surveyor of customs to reside at said port, who shall receive surveyor. a salary, to be determined by the Secretary of the Treasury, not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum. Approved, May 18, 1896. CHAP. 192.-—An Act To provide a life-saving station at or near Point Bonita, at May-18, 1896. the Golden Gate, in the State of Califomia. """"‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Poim Bonita. Cul- Treasury is hereby authorized to establish Z1 life-saving station at or ,,,{‘§{{§§§Z:f" """°" near Point Bonita, at the Golden Gate, in the State of California. Approved, May 18, 1896. CHAP. 193.-An Act Authorizing the county of Navajo, Territory of Arizona, to May 18.1896. issue bonds for the construction of a court-house and jail at the county seat thereof. "‘;"""’_“" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the board of supervisors Agevsjv County. of the county of N avajo, Territory of Arizona, be, and are hereby, h2,,,, ,,; ,,,,,,.1,, ,,,,. authorized to issue bonds of said county not exceeding lifteen thousand ¤¤¤¤‘i¤¢<l- dollars in amount, payable in not less than live, nor_more than twenty years, and bearing interest at a rate notexceeding six per centum per annum, interest and principal payable IH lawful money of the United States, interest payable seniiannually, and which said bonds shall not be sold for less than par, for the construction of a court-house and jail _ at the county seat of said county: Provided, That a vote of the duly §{gQ;:i““mm qualified electors of said county shall first be taken upon the question of the issue of the bonds under the provisions of this Act, which election shall be held in all respects as required by the general election laws of the Territory of Arizona, and unless a majority of the qualified electors of said county shall vote at said election for the issue of bonds as in this Act provided, said bonds shall not be issued. Approved, May 18, 1896.