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116 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. _ Sess. II. Cue. 128-131. 1912. . I across; navfable, waters} approved June twenty-first, nineteen dred an six.’ . _ """"“""‘ uS1mc. 3. That the right to alter. amend, or repeal this Act is hereby · expressly reserved. Approved, May 20, 1912. ww-im c1n2.1aa.-A mam " nr Eacalcourt rm co¤n¢y,K¤nmcxy,m .1..;LP;:h:' ::2gL] construct a bridge sores sie Big Sandycltiver? ` Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y’Representatives of the United hide?-dlvgzirkf mg States zz" America in Congress assembled, That the consent of Congress ng? ,°°¤¤,*¥~· K¥~• is here y granted for the fiscal court of Pike County, Kentucky, to ` comtruct, maintain, and operate a budge across Levisa Fork of the Big Sandy River at a point suitable to the interests_of navigation V°*· 3% 1*-* at or near the Mouth 0 Card, in the county of Pike, in the State oi · Kentucky, in accordance with the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to m§late the construction o bridges over navigable waters," - . approved arch twen ·third, nineteen hundred and SIX. _

  • ¤¤¤d¤•°*· 2. That the t to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby

exprmsly remrved. _ Approved, May 20, 1912. “‘Y ml CHAP. 1 .-A A T ’ ° u¤pecto' teamboat-Inspecti

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House eeentativvea dthe United ¤:n‘°$:»¥m°: I States rg America in Oongreéc t section forty-four hundre and ten, Revised Statutes of the United States, be, and it Summsi { is hgreby, amenéigdh to read as follows: h H . _ E5 " mc. 4410. su ervising inspector s_ a report, in writ'

mtisge ¤¢ ¢¤d at the end of   fecal, year to the Superjnsing Inspector Geniariigl

1ts,¤€£°4iio,, the general business transacted in his district during the year, •¤*°¤°°"· embracing all violations of the laws regulating vessels, and the action taken in relation to the same; all investigations and decisions by local se§:;q*$_°° "’ inspectors; and all cases of appeal and the result thereof. The board shall examine into all the acts of each supervising inspector and local board, and all complaints made against same, in relation to the pgrformance of their duties under the law, and the `udgment of the ard in each case shall be entered upon their joiunal; and the board shall, as far as possible, correct mistakes where they exist." I¤°¤°°’°·'“*Y 1·*m· Sec. 2. That this Act shall take effect and be in force on and after the first day of July, nineteen hundred and twelve. Approved, May 22, 1912. . CHAP. .·—A A T h , , '

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{Public, S0. iw.] Be·it enactedby theScnate andHouseo Re eaentati 0 the U `ted ¤¤r;;*gg_;dcQ_¤*°- States of America in C'on.gresa_ assembledf Tlizt Ashtavlifilaf Ohiofube,

giin:n;¥1:m made and the same is herebg, estabhshed a. subport of entry in the customs

,§°s__ ,ec_ Q ,_ collection district of uyahoga, Ohio, and that the privileges of the °‘i‘;..‘.‘.:*:;.“i2t°· M. ist ¤¤¤¤¤¤ <>f.¢—¤¤ Mt approved June tenth, Qighteen hundred and mmvgp Ppigluleres. eight}, the _ lmmcillngce trgrisilportation of dutiable mer- · ‘ c an ise yn ou appraisemen , a h 5 , to the said subport of Ashtabula, Ohxio. Bsameam em y extended Approved, May 27, 1912.