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628 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cus. 379-381. 1897. previously aiiixed to such bottle, or who shall, contrary to the provisions of this Act or of the regulations issued thereunder remove or cause to be removed from any bonded warehouse any distilled spirits inspected or bottled under the provisions of this Act, or who shall bottle or case any such spirits in violation of this Act or of any regulation issued thereunder, or who shall, during the transportation and before the exportation of any such spirits, open or cause to be opened any case or bottle containing such spirits, or who shall willfully remove, change, or deface any stamp, brand, label, or seal affixed to any such case or to any bottle contained therein, shall for each such offense be fined not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not more than two years, in the discretion of the court, and such spirits shall be forfeited to the United States. P¤¤i¤1¤}¤¤¤¤•= fvr Sec. 7. That every person who, with intent to defraud, falsely makes, $,‘{,T‘°°”f°i°mg°t°m°°’ forges, alters, or counterfeits any stamp made or used under any provision of this Act, or who uses, sells, or has in his possession any such forged, altered, or counterfeited stamp, or any plate or die used or which may be used in the manufacture thereof, or who shall make, use, sell, or have in his possession any paper in imitation of the paper used in the manufacture of any stamp required by this Act, shall on conviction be punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and by imprisonment at hard labor not exceeding five years. $,1;: e32mg;:: fwm Sec. 8. That nothing in this Act shall be construed to exempt spirits votzqggia,bottled under the provisions of this Act from the operation of chapter seven hundred and twenty-eight of the public laws of the Fifty-lirst Congress, approved August eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety. Approved, March 3, 1897. March 3, 18W?- CHAP. 380.-An Act To provide for light-houses and other aids to navigation. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _Ligh¢-_1·¤·1¤¤¤ estab- States of America in Congress assembled, That light-houses and other 1“l‘°"’N°"d°' aids to navigation be established and erected as hereinafter set forth, to Wit: Blwks Island- Completing the removal of Cape San Blas light station, Florida, to Blacks Island. Er.r¤-¤¤* KW- lBuilding a light keeper’s dwelling at Egmont Key light station, F orida. _ Aw1>¤¢¤¤i¤<>¥¤ Bw- Reconstructiug the front beacon of Apalachicola Bay range-light station, Florida. $¤*¤*J·¤·¤v*¤ P¤*¤*~ Establishing a light station at or near Saint Joseph Point, in Saint Joseph Bay, west coast of Florida. Ghocwnwmchco my- Establishing range lights to mark the channel over the bar, entrance to Choctawhatchee Bay. KW “'¤¤* S°¤**·>¤· Repairing wharf and buildings of the depot at Key West, Florida. Approved, March 3, 1897. M=¤‘<=l¤ 3- IB97- CHAP. 381.-An Act To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Yazoo ’ ”'"“‘—`"` River at or near the city of Greenwood, in Leflore County, in the State of Mississippi. _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United br§;f;:",jl,f,?)jj“‘,§,‘;‘;*,§j States of America in Congress assembled, That the board of supervisors u¤»»¤w¤·>u.Mi¤». of Leflore County, in the State of Mississippi, bc, and is hereby, authorized to construct and maintain a bridge and approaches thereto across the Yazoo River at or within live miles above or below Greenwood, in b wngnn wl f¤<>¤ the State of Mississippi. Said bridge shall be constructed to provide " g" for the passage of wagons and vehicles of all kinds, animals, foot pasron. sengers, and for all road travel, for such reasonable rates of toll and