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FORTYSFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 93, 94, 95, 96. 1876. 53 further, That Broadway, Vallejo, Green, Union, Filbert, Greenwich, Lombard, Chestnut, Francisco, Bay, North Point, Jefferson, Tonquin, and Lewis streets as laid down on the official map of the city and county of San Francisco, be extended westerly to intersect the easterly line of Lyon street as herein provided, be, and are hereby, dedicated as public highways and streets forever. Approved, May 9, 1876. - _ CHAP. 94.-—An act appropriating nfty thousand dollars for subsistence supplies for May 9. 1876- , Apache Indians in Arizona Territory, and for the removal of the Indians of the "—""’*‘*"*""‘ Chiricahua Agency to San Carlos Agency. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ _ » States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of fifty thousand APP“’P"'”~t'°“· dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to provide subsistence supplies for the Apache Indians Subsistence of in Arizona Territory from iirst May to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred AP*’“b°*’ ‘“ All"' and sevent-y—six, said subsistence supplies to be purchased in open mar- m' ket, if in the judgment of the Secretary of the Interior it shall he deemed _ _ best: And if any surplus remains after the purchase of said supplies, AQl’h°****°" "‘ the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be used to Emp us' defray the expenses incident to the removal of the Indians of the Chiricahua Agency to the San Carlos reservation in said Territory, whenever in the judgment of the Secretary of the Interior such removal may be deemed advisable. Approved, May 9, 1876. CHAP. 95.-—An act to define thb tax on fermented or malt liquors. May 13, 1876. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States-of America in Congress assembled, That nothing contained in scc- No %SS**¤S¤*<*¤*Q¤ tion three thousand three hundred and thirty-seven of the Revised “S£da{'; Statutes of the United States shall be so construed as to authorize an Eq,,,,,,, *’ assessment upon the quantity of materials used in producing or pur- R Q v__ (U chased for the purpose of producing, fermented or malt liquors, nor shall ‘* ‘>‘ """p‘ "” ' the quantity of materials so used or purchased be evidence, for the purpose of taxation, of the quantity of liquor produced; but the tax on all '¥`=¤·><, MW to he ` beer, lager-beer, ale, porter, or other similar fermented liquor, brewed P“‘d· or manufactured, and sold or removed for consumption or sale, shall be paid as provided in section three thousand three hundred and thirty- _ . nine of said statutes, and not otherwise: Provided, That this act shall P*`°"‘S°- not apply to cases of fraud. And provided further, That nothing in this Pmviso. act shall have the ciiect to change the present rules of law respecting evidence in any prosecution or suit Approved, May 13, 1876. CHAP. 96.-An act authorizing the transfer of a certain appropriation. May 13, 1876. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That of the sum of " five hundred Transfer of apand eighty-Eve thousand dollars " appropriated in the first section of the P*°°l?_“f* ° 1 ° H ““‘ act of March third, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-hve, °h°1`Z( d' " making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the iscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy- six, and for other purposes," for salaries of nine hundred and seventy- 1875» 0]*- }Yg"» - five light-house keepers and lightbeacon keepers, and their assistants, 18 S°’“°* g' ‘ the sum of sixteen thousand dollars is hereby authorized to be transferred to, and used in aid of, the appropriation made in the same act " for the maintenance of lights on the Mississippi, Ohio, and Missouri Rivers, and such buoys as may be necessary, including salaries of keepers? Approved, May 13, 1876. ·