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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 162-164. 1912. 131 beinglpart of the east end of lots e' ht, five, four, and one, in block S; and e is further authorized andlglirected to grant, relinquish, and convey to said city of Portland, by uitclaim deed, a stri of land approximately ten feet in width off (the Seventh Street side of the customhouse site in said city, and extending along said Seventh Street from Davies to Everett Streets, the Secret of the Treasury to reserve such portion of said strip for the usewthe United States as he may consider necessary for areas, steps, approaches, and so forth, the said strips of land to be used for street purposes only. Approved, June 10, 1912. June 10. 1912. CHAP. 163.-An Act Authorizing the Cooper River Corporation, a corporation [S' ms"] organized under the laws of the State of South Carolina, to construct, maintain, and [Pub1ie,No. iss,] gpzpgecpmhiriegge and approaches thereto acrom Goose Creek, in Berkeley County, Be it enacted by the Senate and House cj Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Coogéer River Cor- °Cg§;’éfR"§$§;,§°‘§,» poration, a corporation organized under the laws of the tate of South geugghmgogngn. in Carolina, its successors and assigns, be, and they are hereby, author- r Y ° " - ized to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across Goose Creek, at or near a. point within a. radius of about one and one-half miles below the Waterworks spillway, in Berkeley County, State of South Carolina, at a pointtsnitable to the interest of navigation, in accordance with the provisions of an Act entitled V°*~“· P·'”· "An Act to regulate the construction of bridgles over navigable waters/’ a roved March twenty-third, nineteen undred and six. nuenamem. Sec. 2. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. Approved, June 10, 1912. p 7 _ June 10, 1912. CHAP. 164.-An Act To authorize the Chnton and Oklahoma Yleetern Railway [H·K·¤“"·l Ceilmpany to construct and operate a railway through certain public lands, and for [p,,bu,__ ;4°_ lm] ot er purposes. Be it enacted the Senate and House o Representatives of the United States %Ame1··ihi in Congress assemblag That the Clinton and Okla- p_‘§;§§‘d’;§,{¥,§’h,f°',: homa estern Railway Company, a eeaiporation created under and hxipwpexggl gala: by virtue of the laws of the State of O ahoma, be,_and the same is ,,,Z0,m,,.,,,,¥;:,m hereby, empowered to survey, locateyconstruct maintain, and oper- {Lgdgg{_“°> °¤** ate a railway, telegraph and telephone hnes through the following _ public lands reserved or Indian school purgoses, to wit: The south- D•·¢¤v¤<>¤~ west quarter of section twenty-nine, towns p fourteen north, range twenty west of the Indian meridian, and the southeast quarter of section thirt , township fourteen north, range twenty west of the Indian meridian, in the State of Oklahoma, upon such me or hnes as may he determined and approved by the Secretary of the Interior. _ Sec. 2. That said corporation is authorized to occupy and use for "¤ltl\·¢*°· all purposes of railway, telegraph and telephone lines, and for no other purpose, a right of way one hundred feet in width through said public lands reserved for Indian school puzposes, with the right to use such additional und where cuts and is may be_necessary for the construction anfldiaintenance of the roadbed and sidetracks, not exceeding one hundred and fift feet in width, or as much thereof as _ maybe included in said cut or fill: Provided, That no part of the land §§‘$'§',g°§5¤ go, m- herein authorized to be occupied shall be used except 111 such 1Im¤¤€1' “'"· and for such purposes as shall be necessary for the construction and convenient operation of said railway, telegra h and telephone hues; and when any portion thereof shall cease to be so used such portion