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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 253, 254,255. 1836. gb Srnvcrxz 1. CHAP. GGL1H.-An Ac¢ to regulate fhzcompcnsation of certain qjicers of revenue juyy 2, 1g36_ cu ers. ————-—-——-— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Compensation States of America in Cemgress assembled, That in lieu of pay, rations, “;,°°P°°i“’·&·°· and all other allowances now authorized by luw to the captains and $e,;?v°m° °m° first, second, and third licutenants of the revenue cutters of the United States, there shall be allowed and paid, quarterly, from and after the passage of this act, to each captain, at the rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum; to each first lieutenant, at the rata of nine hundred and sixty dollars per annum; to each second lieutenant, at the rhtc of eight hundred and sixty dollars per annum; to each third lieutenant, at the rate of seven hundred and ninety dollars per annum. Ammovma, July 2, 1836. -..-·· STATUTE I. Gun. CCLIV.-dn det making aywopriaiiom for the suppression of Indian July 2, 1836. hostilities and for other pwrpvscs. "*"*‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and Hausé of Representatives of the United Bunn, ,,5 States of America in Congress assembled, That the balance of the ¤1>vr¤pri¤¢i¤nqf appropriation of one million of dollars, made by the act of April L;;;)°?°g° $$9 twenty-nine, eighteen hundred and thity-six, and now remaining in 18362 ,,h_%·;,¤pZ the Treasury, shall bc, and the same is hereby, made applicable to the nimble to my- payment of any expenditures authorized by the said act, and rendered ‘“°“‘· &‘°· necessary by the calling out by the President of the United States, of any part of the militia or volunteers of the United States for the suppression or prevention of any Indian hostilities. Sm:. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of two millions Todegmyu, four hundred thousand dollars shall bc, and the same is hereby, appro- penses, &.¤. priatcd, out of my money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray any expenses which have been or may be incurred in preventing or suppressing the hostilities of any Indians, by culling out, under the direction of the President of the United States, any paxt of the militia or volunteers according to the provisions of the constitution and laws; which sum, if expended, shall be egended under the direction of the Secretary of War, conformably to c provisions of the act of 1795, ch.9. Congress of January second, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, of tho 1832, ch. 64. act of April Hiih, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, making appropria· 1836,ch.44. tions for the support of the army, and of the act of March nineteen, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, providing for the payment of volunteers and militia corps in the service of the United States. Approved, July 2, 1836. , ..—- S1·.m·¤rs I. Cum. CCLV.—An dat to grunt to the New Orleans and Nashville Rail-wad July 2, 1535, Company, the right of way through the public lands of the United States. ··;·········· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United mgm of my States of America in Congress assembled, That there bc, and is hereby granted. granted to the New Orleans and Nashville R.ail·road Company incorpomtcd by tho several States through which the said road is intended to pass, the right of way through such portion of the public I:mds as remain unsold, Provided, That the portion of the public lands occupmd Proviso. therefor, shall not exceed eighty feat in breadth; that the route of the said road shall be surveyed and designated through the public landh, by plain marks, or monuments, and copies of the notes of survey, with_a. plat or plats thereof, and a description of the said landmarks or huonuments and their connection with the prior official surveys of the adpicept lands, be transmitted to the General Land Ofhcc in Washington, within sixty days ation- the said surveys and plats are completed, and that they be compictcd within two years from the date of thxs act. V0!. V -9 F 2