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2 FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 4, 5, 7. Congress had been complied with by the last legislature; and that it A monmmt shall be the duty of the legislature of the said Territory to proceed at 23:,;,, 175, once on their assembling to apportion the representative and council districts provided for in the act of June nineteenth, eighteen hundred ' and seventy eight, according to the census of the population of eighteen hundred and eighty; and if such legislature shall fail to make such reapportionment, it shall be made in accordance with the provisions of an act providing for the reapportionment of the members of the legis- 21 8*%*-. 154- latures in the Territories of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, approved _ June third, eighteen hundred and eighty, which is hereby made appli- P""'°· cable to the Territory of New Mexico: Provided, The members consti- . tuting the board of apportionment shall assemble at the capital of such Territory and complete their work on or before the first Monday in September next. Approved, December 21, 1881. yn_ gy, 1Q_ CHAP. 4.-An act to pormit;}Y:a{IdmH:du§ gin mgnmgeciazgrymhw of the Supreme Court of · Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ _ _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of section 6n “H£:' seven hundred and fourteen of the Revised Statutes be, and they are ,,,0,,;,,,, ,,,,,,,,3 hereby, extended and made applicable to Ward Hunt, an associate jus- Supr¤me_Court U. tice of the Supreme Court of the United States, in consequenceof his S-QQ18g1f:- 135 physical disability, notwithstanding he has not served the full term of

 · · ten years as required by the aforesaid section: Provided, That the said

Ward Hunt shall resign the said office of associate justice of the Supreme Cagurt of the United States within thirty days after the passage of this Approved, January 27, 1882. “ ,1;;;, Q, Ig, GBA?. 5.-An act making éor the payment of the anal expenses of ""‘**'**·*•··*···· BDIIIB. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of five hundred Tenth Census. and forty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is , hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise sppropmucn. appropriated, for the completion of the work of the Tenth Census; and the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to compensate those pay of v,,;,,,,,,,,, persons who have rendered services as volunteers in connection thereclerks. with since the fifteenth of June, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, at gyda? of mmpeusation received by such persons severally prior to Approved, January 28, 1882. F b_ 1g5g_ CHAP. 7.-An not nth0n1m'and duectlng' the Arch' ofe --—?-E’--- certain changes mil repairs in the House wihgcdf thehgaghgltd W mk Be it enactedbytbe Senateand B`ouscofR?resentatieeso the United States of america in Congress assembled, That the Architect otjthe Capitol mlgtgggcmsi be, and is hereby, authorizedand directed to remove the bath-rooms at from their prment position adyoming the House restaurant to the rooms ’ m the southeast comcr of the basement, at the foot of the elevator, and to make nmdful alterations and repairs necessitated by such removal, and the space now used as bath rooms shall be added to therestaurant and reserved exclusively for the use of members of Congress. The neces-