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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 28, 32, 35, 36. 1848. 219 distinguishing between those accepted and those rejected, with adetailed statement of the expense of making such loans. Approved, March 31, 1848. Crue. XXVIII.--An Het to change the Location of certain Lighthouses and Buoys. April 8, 1848. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ty America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to change the loca- qhmgf? °l` l?` tion of the following named lighthouses, directed to be built by the act g;:;:;.3.€;é"~¤ of the last session, to wit: From Telless Point, on the Hudson River, to Tarrytown Point, on said river; from Galveston Island to Bolivar Point; from Long Island, in Savannah River, to the knoll connected with Cockspur Island, in the said river; and that the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized to substitute a dumb beacon, instead of a 58,,0,-,,, and lighthouse, if he shall deem it best for the public interest, from Santee hwy- River to the outer point of Bull’s Island, at the entrance of Bull’s Bay; and that the buoy authorized by the said act to be placed at the entrance of Bull’s Bay, shall be placed at such point as the collector of the port of Charleston, South Carolina, shall direct. Approved, April 8, 1848. Czar. XXXI1. —— An Act relating to the Collection District of New Orleans, and April 14, 1848. for other Purposes. ·"‘—··—···——- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the Lafayette anpassage of this act, the city of Lafayette in the State of Louisiana, ;°c‘t?;l‘$,*l€9 *2*;, shall be added to and included in the port of entry of New Orleans; N8,;3,1;¥Q? 0 and that the omce of surveyor for the city of Lafayette be and is hereby abolished. Approved, April 14, 1848. Cntr. XXXV.-.9n Het authorizing a Term of the United States Circuit and May 9, 1848. District Courts at Chicago, Illinois. ·—·————- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That a term of the Cir- A mm 0;- the cuit and District Courts of the United States for the State of Illinois 31 sJ<>¤f¤g E0 shall hereafter be held at the city of Chicago, on the first Monday of c,g0°m ,*:5),, 3;: July in each year. nually. Approved, May 9, 1848. Cntr. XXXVI. - An dot in addition to an Act therein mentioned. May 9, IME. Wnmzens, by a certain act approved March second, eighteen hundred Preamble. and twenty-seven, there was granted to the State of Indiana, to aid 1827, <>h· 56- in constructing the Wabash and Erie Canal, " a quantity of land equal to one half of live sections wide on each side of said canal; " and whereas, by an act approved February twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-one, there was confirmed to said State the lands selected under said grant for that part of said canal, between the mouth of Tippecanoe River and Terre Haute, and license was given to said State to select other lands subject to private entry, or such part of said selection as was holden against the State by the legal incumbrance or title of others, which last selections have never been made and completed: Therefore,