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FORTYSEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 363, 364, 366, 371. 1882. 18]. CHAP. 363.-Au act to provide additional industrial training-schools for Indian July 31, 1882. youth, and authorizing the use of unoccupied military barracks for such purpose. —ii—··-— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, Industrial munaml he is hereby, a.utl10rized· to set aside, for use in the establishment i¤}B·¤°h°°l¤ M 1*** of normal and industrial training-schools for Indian youth from the uo- d‘““ y°°u‘j mudic tribes having educational ·reu.ty claims upon the United States, any vamut posts or barracks, so long as they may not be required for military occupation, and to detail one or more o$cers of the Army for duty m connection with Indian education, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, at each such school so established: Provided, Prvvi•¤· Tliat moneys appropriated or to be appropriated for general purposes of education among the Indians may be expended, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, for the education of Indian youth at such posts, institutions, and schools as he may consider advantageous, or as Congress from time to time may authorize and provide. Approved, July 31, 1882. GBA!'. 364.-An act tin to certain artios rivbt of wa over Ixmds and waters _ "‘“ g M n.. unl;.] Sm.; ’ JH32E. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Davidson B. Perm, of $*·T¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¥ New Orleans, Louisiana, and his associates, under the name and style Wa‘;°"I;°,Ql;“vg‘3: of the St. Tmmuauy Water Works Gompany,",or such other style as they {:,,,,5;; 8 , , 1, t jd may adopt, be, and are hereby, granted the right of way to lay conduits, right or way to by pipes, arches, and aqueducts under the waters of Lake Poutchartraiu to ¤l¤°d¤¤*¤· *****-2 connect its northern shores with the city of New Orleans, and over and Egg? {gm a°,,_ under any of the public waters or lands of the United States between u-,;¤,,q,_ l New Orleans aud said shore of said lake: Provided, Thatevery partof ;>y,,;,,,_ , such pipes, aqueducts, or other constructions shall be at leut ten feet below the surface of said waters at mean low tide: Promkkd, also, That if ut any time the constructions at said company shall in my way obstruct or interfere with the free and Many ofssid waters, such constructions shall be removed or clnmgenlby the company upon notlllcsntiou by the Secretary of War. _ Approved, July 31, 1882. CHAP. 366.-An act to amend the statutes in relation to copyright. August 1, 1882 Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqwesmtatives of the United- - States of Amce··i·ca in Congress assembled, That manufacturers of designs cop d M_ for molda-tl decorative articles, tiles, plaques, or articles of pottery or R, gsm, 959, metal subject to copyright may put the copyright mark prescribed by amendedsection forty-nine hundred ond sixty two of the Revised Statutes, and acts additional thereto, upon the back or bottom of such articles, or in such other place upon them as it has heretofore been usual for manufacturers of such articles to,omploy for the placing of muuuihcturers, merchants, and trade marks thereon. Approved, August 1, 1582. ` . —— n to nt n right of wu for n milrosd and tcl ln line th ln Annu [ cgginrglhitf the glfwtgvnuutl Clhckasaw lintions of Indians wdzlsmt Sum l·‘runcisco Railway Company, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senatcand House o Representative: of the United _ B¢¤¢¢·:;{' America in Gmgrm mumbled, gnat a right or way is hereby fuhshf vf gmc to the Saint Louis and Sm: Fmnciseollo wsy0qmpsny, ¤cor· m°g'•“"’“nP,_ uu pilrktblt Gab organised under the land the"Btute of Mmsouri for the ,,],,.,,,,8;, hud, ,; oonstrauiond srailrcndmnl te1egr¤phli¤é,s2id tightvf Wl3i0b0MB choonw sud