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SIXTY·SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cue. 94-96. 1912. 93 Sec. 3. That the rights and rivil herein nted shall extend to ***4-¢‘='· ¤* ·¤¤¤····>¤• and inure to the benefit of said El°P?so and ghthwestern Railroad °"°i°° Company, its successors or assigns, but subject, however, to the conditions, stipulations, and requirements herein set forth. Sec. 4. That any other person or cogporation having a franchise J; °Y °“*•' ¤”· for the operation of a rai way in the tate of Arizona may u on obtaining) license from the Secretary of War, use the track and ofher constructions herein authorized to be placed upon the reservation upon paying just compensation; and if the parties concerned can not agree upon the amount of such comgpnsation, the sum or sums to be paid for said use be Hxed by t Secretary of War. Sec. 5. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby “'*°°°¤°¤* expressly reserved. Approved, April 27, 1912. CHAP. 95.-An Act To authorize the Port Arthur Pleasure Pier Com to ¤- A fu 27-1912- mma bridgeacres the s•b1¤e-News cmu, inirontof me town er ren Zilla:. °° , 0. . Be it enacted by the Senate and Hm¢sz;pfRepresentativee of the United I States of America in Congress aseemb , That the Port Arthur Pleas- ,,,§•"’”’*°°h°' °*· ure Pier Company, a corporation existing under the laws of the State vim Arthur mu. of Texas, and its assigns, be, and it is hereby, authorized to construct, § *"g{mQ°¤P;g,{ maintain and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the A¤l=¤¤.*rex. ' Sabine-Nbches Canal, at a point suitable to the interests of navigation, m front of the town of Port Arthur, in the county of Jeierson, in the State of Texas, in accordance with the provisions of the Act entitled V°*·’*· 1*-**- "An Act to regulate the construction of bridges over navigable waters/' approved March twenty-three, nineteen hundred an six: Provided, at the said Port Arthur Pleasure Pier Com any is also {{‘g{,'{%,,,,,_ authorized to cross and occupy with the aforesaid bridge the land owned by the United States a jacent to and along said canal, under such terms and conditions as the Secretary of War may deem equitable and fair to the public. Sw. 2. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby ·‘¤°¤°¤*¤*· expressly reserved. Approved, April 27, 1912. s££'.*’1?.%T.2§ *°.2£'°"‘“““·‘°‘ "‘° ’"“?“.£2 i‘¤‘..t.,.'*‘° ‘°‘£$ ¥l§"£...c.."“""‘ i·*?`i%`$° lh COI!} SD 0 , ————-——;-· mm is Eastern a.$i., me it’£'£°&a{.;’Yi°nma .e;.m» mem. ¤···¤¤·¤· N··- mn Be it enacted b the Senate and House Re esentatives of the United States Ameriga in Congress aeaemb%, {hat for the purpose of mwml °[ °°1°°` establis and making clear the title of the United States it shall be ,°’§,‘,{f_c”_,§f,“§§_$,*_$,; the duty o the Attorney General of the United States to institute as gemréveg {gd {gg: soon as may be, or whenever in his judgment it is deemed proper, a masq. suit or suits in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia against all persons and corporations, or others, who may have, or pretend to have, any tight, title, claim, or interest adverse to the com(plete title of the Uni States in and to any (part or dparcel of the lan or water in the District of Columbia in, un er, an adjacent to the Potomac River, the Anacostia River or Eastern Branch, and Rock Creek including the shores and submerged or partly submerged land, as well as the beds of said waterwa s, and also the uipland immediately adjacent thereto, including marie lands, flats, an marsh lands, _ SBC. 2. That the suit or suits mentioned in thpnplreccdix section ,,§g{°,§’g,n"g;{f ‘* shall be in the nature of a bill in eqluity, and there s be m e parties defendant thereto all rsons an corporations, or others, known to set up or assert any cEm or right to or in the land or water in said