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. 52 FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 110-113, 116. 1882. structure; and for the safety of vessels passing at night there shall be Lights. displayed on said bridge, from the hours of sunset to sunrise, such lights as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of War; and the said structure shall be changed or removed, at the cost and expense of the owners thereof, from time to time, as Congress may direct, so as to preserve the free and convenient navigation of said river; and the authority to erect and continue said bridge shall be subject to revocation and modulcation by law whenever the public good shall, in the judgment of Congress, so require, without any expense or charge to the United States. _ Right w alter, Sec. 6. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this act is hereby °'°°°d· °‘°·· 3* expressly reserved. _ I"°°'1"°°°"°Sec. 7. That this act shall take eifect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved, April 26, 1882. Mw 1; 1882 CHAP. 111.-An act to authorize the appointment of an ordnance sterekeeper in the "'—_"""_`_"""_° ITD]. Bc it enacted Senate and House of Representatives of the United 0¤l¤¤:‘:¤¤*°¤'•· States of America in Congress assembled, That the President is hereby tm ’* °P' authorized to nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoint an ordnance storekeeper in the gtdnance department of

 P . · the army; and all laws inconsistent herewith , hereby suspended for

‘ the purposes of this act only: 1’ro·c€ded, That.r to his appointment he shall have passed a satisfactory examination before a board of ordnance onieers ‘ Approved, May 1, 1882. Ml 1, 1889- EAP. 112.-—Aam n °on - nn un · ,sixty' - -!—- .1, B.. ‘é;°*...I1’. .8.;}. i'?.?.?:.. §“...’z.t,*':f..‘.:..M .1.*1 L‘.?..¥";€..£“}.2..i . in the Mississippi River. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United K 8··d'55|. 1016. States of America in Congress assembled, That section fifty two hundred · “"fn, cmxmw and ilRy—four, title sixty-three, of the Revised Statutes of the United — 0,, w;,,,,,,,,,,, nd shall beamended by adding alter the words “Mississippi River," Minnesota in the first line of said section, the words “ and the Saint Croix River in the States of Wisconsin and Minnesota! Approved, May 1, 1882. _ May I, 188*2. CHAP. 113.-An n the Secretary nr one ‘ - _·—-———— .i·¤...£f.E°¤.'&.é;'¥.’r’{·“..¤...¤it, e‘Ti€.Y:...$°.1'...¤.}.°;..°2.i‘¥?.2.”E.??.;‘}f°" °°‘ . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the United Nmgw States of America in Congress assembled, That the Seeretaiy of War is .,; p,,t,,,,,,,n,_ hereby authorized to donate to the Ladies Soldiers Monument Society 013;, _ of Portsmouth, Ohio, four condemned cast iron cannon. dmneaugzggfgz Approved, May 1, 1882. ·M 4,1393 CHAP.116.·—-An actti f th service e -·——a-I-—-——-—·-— msgtfoiormtkeerdglgal y t.l)ulii‘;<;athl@et)l`i, e&hteen hm; _ Be€tenactedby theSenateand Honaco the United f Airrronrmigns States of America in Congress assen•blcd,]That the followigg sums be, 6‘§.,c:°,§'é:‘°;mg’§· and the same are hereby, appropriated for the service of the Post·Omc¤ ‘ Uepartment for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seat., s1. eighty-three, out of any money in the Treasury arising nom the reve-