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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 419, 420, 422, 423. 1916. 67]. CHAP. 419.-—An A t To ° ' ' military remaou or 1(iert Dgrrrgvlig? $1§;?°° ”°°"""“““°° °f " "”““““‘ °““‘*’ °“ "“° A“f§i%@i°1° _ Public, N0. 243. Be it enacted tlte Senate and House acif Representatives of the United [ I States of Antenca in Oangress assembl , That the Secretary of War ,,§,,§,€"°“ "`°*'""‘ be, and he is hereby, authorized to maintain u on the military reser- uarvmvfhtiw ¤¤¤i¤- vation of Fort Douglas, Utah, for such (periodpwithin the fiscal year 1as,Uiii.l:t Fm D°ug` ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundre and seventeen as he may ·"‘“»P·““· deem advisable, a camp for the military instruction and training of such citizens as may be selected for such instruction and training` ` under such regglations as he may prescribe, and to furnish to sai citizens the su istence, transportation, and uniforms authorized by the Act of Conggess approved June third, nineteen hundred and sixteen; and for the purposes of this Act there is hereby a propriated the sum of $30,000, to be paid out of any money in the 'lgeasury not otherwise appropriated. ‘ Approved, August 29, 1916. c¤n1•.42o.-Joint Resolution Exten · me mvssieusosme Aa. ·*“¤°" ·"‘°· sixteen' th, eighteen lumdred and ninety-gglgt. P ppmvndimm ---———--u:: Qt; gf;] Resolved by the Senate and House 0 Re eeentatives o the United States of America in Congress assemb&, 'lqat the provisfions of the 1 .1. Act approved June sixteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, §g'{,',,SY’,,,°',,,"l{§,,{‘;,',;,*?j chapter four hundred and fifty-eight (Thirtieth Statutes at Large, isgm 30 m page four hundred and seventy- ), shall be a plicable in all ’p' ' cases of military service rendered in connection wi& operations in Mexico, or along the borders thereof, or in mobilization camps elsewhere, whether such service be in the military or naval organization of the United States or the National Guard of the several States now or hereafter in the service of the United States. Approved, August 29, 1916. CHAP. 422.-An Act Granting the consent of Congress to the cg! of Youngstown, ‘l2£ul{·3%5l‘¤lll· Ohio, to construct a bridge across the Mahoning RIVCI in the State Ohio. ,jf Be it enacted ba the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the United States 0£Americ`/it in Congress assembled, Tblit the consent of Con- ¥$.:,§E{'£r§f"3¤», gress is ereby granted to the city of Youngstown, Ohio, to construct, my ¤°· maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the Mahoning River at a point suitable to the interests of navigation, at or near the city of Youngstown, in the county of Mahonmg, in cmmmm the State of Ohio, in accordance with the provisions of the Act entitled v¤1.m, p. s•.' "An Act to regulate the construction of bridgxes over navigable waters," a roved March twenty-third, nineteen undred and six. Amman-v_ Sec. 2. what the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. Approved, August 30, 1916. CHAP. 423.-An Act For erecting a suitable memorial to John Ericson. Aulgt§l,5ilu6· .2 Be it enacted by the Senate and Hoas;<g` Representatives of the United [Pubm No 61 States of America in Congress assemb , That the sum of $35,000, _§’,§‘;E‘*°°§;},· N, or so much thereof as may be necessary is hereby authorized for % bit: Disthe erection, in the citly 0 Washington, l)istrict o Columbia, of a ° C ‘ suitable memorial to ohn Ericsson, the inventor and constructor of the Monitor, said sum to be expended for the purposes herein named by a commission consisting o the chairman o the Committee