FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. OH. 297, 298,2%,300. 1876. 203 exercise such powers as are or may be conferred by virtue of the general equity jurisdiction of the court. _ · SEO. 2. That the court, in all cases, in decrceing partition, may, if il; Sale ofproperty; szmsfaeLorily appears that said lands and tenements, or any estate or diVi¤i<>¤ of vwinteresl, therein, cannot be divided without loss or injury to the pdrties °°°°“· interested, decree a, sale thereof, and a. division of the money arising from such sale among the parties, according to their respective rights . and interests. SEO. 3. That in all such sales, unless the court shall by special order 1·.,;mS of Bm,. direct or require on good cause shown, that the sale be made for cash, the purchase money shall be payable, one third on day of sale, one third in one year, and one-third in two years ther·en.l"ter, with interest, the deferrecl payments to be secured to the parties, according to their respective interests, by good and sufficient mortgage upon the premises so _ sold, which shall be subject to the approval of the court. _ Approved, August 15, 1876. CHAP. 298Z-·—An wot to provide for the payment of a. full uiontnbs wages be certain Aug. 15, 1876. of the employees recently permanently discharged from the service of the Bureau ————-—-——— of Engraving and Printing. _ Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United . States of America in Congress assembled, Than the clause in the act, en- 187G,c1x.24G, titnled ‘·An act; making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the •‘*”'°·1‘- U6- Government ior the flscnl year ending June thirtaieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, and for other purposes " approved July thirty tlrst, eighteen hundred and seventy six, approprinting " twenty five thousand dollars/’ for the purpose of paying each of the employees recently furloughed and finally permzmently disclnargecl from service in the Bureau One mouxtlfs nxol'Engm.ving "m1d Printing" "0nemouths pn_y" is llereby so amended tm WW W fm`- us to read, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars, in lieu ol' ** t;wen‘¤y· ;‘}‘“g:S$;_, five thousand dollars" and the entire sum shall be paid out; in accord- gmvingiiud Print- ‘ ance with the provisions of sniclolause and with the ihrther provision mg. that said sum shall be distributed in paymentm only to said employees, T0 “‘l¤°¤* P=*l<l· whose wages did not exceed three dollars per diem, whether by monthly or daily rate of payment. · Approved, August 15, 1876. CHAP. 299.·-An exch authorizing the Secretary of the Trensurvbo use the surplus Aug_15, 1g1g_ of certain moneys hewetofore appropriated ibn al site for public uildiugs of Harris- W------ burgh, Puuxnsylvmiiu. POS, P 352 _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United l Scams of America, in Congress assembled, That after purchasing the site Pubiip l>¤i!<li¤g¤ and obtaining ai valid title to me land authorized to be purchased for "”H"'~"‘“b“’€h·P“· public buildings nb Harrisburgb, Pennsylvania, by the not: of Marclm 1875,ch.1G3, third, eighteen hundred and se-ventzy-tive, the Seoremry of the Treasury ld Sm¤.,50s. is hereby authorized mul directed to use any moneys left; of the appro- Um of surplus priutiou made by said act of Congress for uhe improvement of the prem- nppmpnmion for ises so purchased, wich a view to the use of the same as n. posnodioe ***8- and Government offices, as named in the said aol;. Approved, August 15, 1876. CHAP. 300.-Au act to regulate the issue of artificial limbs to disabled soldiers, sea- Aug. 15, 1876. men, mill 0l.l1c1‘s. -———-—~ —— ———-·— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That, every officer, soldier, sca- Artificial limbs man and marine, who, in the line of duty, in [ll6IKllll[&1'5' or naval service m_ soldiers and of the United Suites, slmll have lost zi limb, or sustained bodily injuries, °'”l°"’·
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