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420 FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 67, 68, 70, 72. 1873. JM- 2*, ]873- CHAP. LXVII. —An Act to give to the Bark Jewess an American Register. Be it enacted by the Senate and Muse of Representatives of the United dn American States of America in Congress assembled, That the bark Jewess, built in

$§:;*t‘;*&;’eb§a;i Chelsea, Massachusetts, anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty-three,

Jah5S_ and now owned by Morris Ketchum, a citizen of Connecticut, one of the United States of America, be, and she is hereby, relieved from any disabilities imposed upon said vessel by reason of an act of Congress entitled 1866, gh. 8. “A11 act to regulate the registering of vessels,” passed February tenth, V°r X“'· P- 3- anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty-six; and that the owner of the said bark be `entitled, and is hereby allowed, to register the said vessel, and to obtain a certificate thereof upon his complying with the usual requirements of law. Approved, January 24, 1873.

Z4: 1873- CHAP. LXVIII. —An Act to provz'de_/or the Sale 0/` a Part of the Leyht-bobse Reservation at Fort Gratiot, Part Huron, in the State of Michigan.

Be it enacted by the Senate and [base of Representatives of the Zbtited _Pcrtion_of the States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- £§f1tt_%;’;;‘;"rNr_ ury be, and he is hereby, authorized to cause to be platted and sold at vutiou to be sgi; public auction so much of the Fort Gratiot light—l1ouse reservation, at Port Huron, in the State of Michigan, as is comprised within the follow- Boundaries, ing metes and bounds, to wit: Beginning at a point which is one thousand ninety-two and 0ne—hu.lf feet north eighty degrees and forty-four minutes east (true) from monument number one of the survey of Fort Gratiot military reservation rnade by W. II. Hearding in April, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, and the position of which is indicated upon the map of the same reservation made under the direction of Major O. M. Poe, corps of engineers, United States army, in eighteen hundred and seventy; thence north nine degrees and sixteen minutes west (true) three thousand one hundred and thirty-five feet; thence north eighty degrees and ii>rty-four minutes east (true) five hundred and thirty-two foot; thence south nine degrees and sixteen minutes east (true) one thousand one hundred and eighty-four feet; thence north eighty degrees and forty-four minutes east (true) to the shore of lake, to the place of beginning, save and except that right of way is expressly reserved over a strip of land sixty-six feet wide and extending in a. direct line from the light-house tower, either in its present or any future position, to the present western boundary of the reservation; and that the subdivision of the same be made to correspond, as far as may be, to the plat of the village of Fort Gratiot; and that a. Record. record thereof be tiled in the office of register of deeds for the county of Money re- Saint Clair; and that the money received for such lands be paid into the 9<=i*‘<¤d W be Paid treasury, except so much as may be necessary to repay the expenses of IDU) Xl1B U`C3.S|l1"_Y. survey and sale. Approved, January 24, 1873. Jan. 27, 1873. CHAP. LXX.-—An Act to authorize the President to ap Ollllb Frederick E. Upton, of ""`”`"‘** Bath, llltliflé, a Jifaster in the Navy of the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Frederick E. States of America in Congress assembled, That the President be, and he U1g*<>¤d*<> be ap- is hereby, authorized to appoint Frederick E. Upton, of Bath, Maine, a

n;,;‘f'"°' master in the United States navy, with the grade in his rank that he

held at the date of leaving the United States service. AP1’R0\r'ED, January 27, 1873. J an, e8, 1873. CHAP. LXXII. -— An Act makzng an Apprapriatianfar the Erection of a marine Hospital _—"` at San LTGHCIISCO. Be it enacted by the Senate and Muse of Representatives of the Matted A pavilion hos- States of A merica, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treaspiwlwbe vremd ury be, and is hereby, authorized to erect on one of the government