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40 FORTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Szss. II. Ch. 47, 49, 53-56. 1872. Much 12 1872 CHAP. XLVII. -— An Act to provide jbr the Dcsignatzbn of a clay" medical Purueyw, —`—_`1`L`_ & it enacted by the Senate and 1-base of Representatives of the United Chief medical States of America in Obnjress assembled, '1 hat the Prcgedent of the United P“"°Y°" °f th? States be, and hereby is, authorized to appomt by sclcctwn from the present 3§‘Z‘J1T° be dwg- assistant medical purveyors, by and with the advice and consent of Phe Senate, a chief medical purvcyor of the army, to 511 the vacancy now cxmt- Pay not in- ing. Nothing herein shall be construed to increase the pav of the offxcers °"°”°d‘ appointed to fill said vacancy. APPROVED, March 12, 1872. Much 14, 1872. CHAP. XLIX. — An Ad to authorize the Sale of public Property at Houlton, Blaine. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Lntted Public prbp- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War pe, mY M H°¤“°¤· and he is hereby, authorized to sell and convey the land and bmldmg ¥°&;° b° S°m’ belonging to the United States at Houlton, Maine, known as Hancock i barracks, ii} in his opinion, it shall be for the interest of the government Reservation to to sell the same, reserving to the county of Aroostook so much of smd g‘fog;’$;Q'_°f land as shall be necessary for the monuments thereon ercctcda by the ’ consent of the War Department, to establish a. meridian Imc, whxch land lidnit. shall be granted to said county: Provided, That the land so granted shall not exceed in value the sum of five hundred dollars. Approved, March 14, 1872. March 15, 1872. CHAP. LIII. — An Act to issue an American Register to the Brig “A. L. Palmer." Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [Dated

 Register ce be States of America in Oangress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas-

{Ei? L*‘i,3fn;‘;’§ ury is hereby directed to issue an American register to the Brit.is11—bui1t ° brig “A. L. Pa1mer," wrecked, and rebuilt by American citizens. Ammovmn, March 15, 1872. Much 15, 1g7g_ CHAP. LIV. -- An, Act authorizing the President of the United States to re-establish the

  • ·‘····*······· Monroe Land District in the State of Louisiana.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

M9¤¤3¤ iam! States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United

g§;:°:£5{Q°b‘i" States bé, and he is hereby, authorized, if in his judgment the public lished. interests would be subserved thereby, to re-establish the Monroe land district in the State of Louisiana, with the same boundaries that existed before the consolidation of said land district with the land district at New Orleans. Armovmn, Mm-ch 16, 1872. March 16, 1872. CHAP. LV.-An Act to continue in game a Grant to the State of Nevada for Colkge ' urpases. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

£;¤£:  1];*: States of America in Gbngress assembled, That the grant made to the State

purposes c0m§;n_ of Nevada under section three of the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred ned m force, pro- and sixty-six, entitled "An act concerning certain lands granted to the

‘;E°¤ E"; 3 State of Nevada.," shall not cease by reason of the failure of the said State

VOL iii ps35s to providcet least one college, as required by the several acts of Congress as e. poudmon of said grant, but the same shall continue in full force: Provzded, That all the conditions of law be complied with prior to the tenth of May, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven. Approved, March 16, 1872. uM0h 18, 1872- CHAP. LVI. — An Act to restore the Records of the United Stale: Courts in the northern District of lllinoic.

 Be it enacted by   Senate and Muse of Representatives of the United

Ivprvcwimgv Bkazes of America en C’ong·ress assembled, That in proceedings to restore