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116 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 355. 1836. Secretary of which this is a supplement, shall bc so construed as to Prevent the

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banks in one _ {ers may be required, m order to grcvcut large and mconvemem sqm. $4*** °' TW" mulations in particular places, or m order to produce a due equality, g,rrii1ig;ih°s° m and just proportion, according to the provisions of said act, Approved, July 4, 1836. Snr0m-: I. Gun. CCCLV.-dn Act to carry into of ccl, in t/to States of Alabama and Miaai.sa@, the existing compacts with those States m regard to the jive per cent. July 4' 1g3S' , fund, and the school reservation:. ,{8:f,j,°;' 271 _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rligresentatives of the United ILIXV8 _ . • lentt0the5per States of America m Congress assembled, That a sum equnvale. · u. °°¤'~ &’·°· '°· five per cent. of the nett proceeds of the lands within the State of h...,. Z{::g;f3’£k,,_ sissippi, ceded by the Chickasaws hy the treaty of the twentieth of saw lands in October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, which have been or may Ml”*”lPPi· hereafter be sold by Congress, shall be, and is hereby, reserved, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be applied in the same manner, and for the same uses and purposes, as is desig- 181-;, 6h_ g3_ nated by the fifth section of the act of Congress of the first of March, eighteen hundred and seventeen. cmu lands Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That there shall be reserved from v,,,,,,;',,, the sale, in the State of Mississippi, a quantity of land, equal to one-thirty- Sump of Missis- sixth part of the lands ceded by said Chickasaws as aforesaid, within gd’$,fg;];h° “S° said State of Mississippi, which land shall be selected under the direc- ` tion of the Secretary of the Treasury, in sections, or half sections, or 1842. eh. 40. quarter sections, out of any public lands remaining unsold, that shall have been offered at public sale within either of the land districts in said State of Mississippi, contiiguous to said lands within said State, so ceded by the Chickasaws as a oresaid; which lands, when so selected as aforesaid, the same shall vest in the State of Mississippi, for the use of schools within said territory in said State, so ceded as aforesaid by the Chickasaws; and said lands, thus selected, shall be holden by the same tenure, and upon the same terms and conditions, in all respects, as the said State now holds the lands heretofore reserved for the use of schools in said State. . A Sum 6 uM_ Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That asum equivalent to five per l,,,,,,, ,;,25,,,,,. cent. of the nett proceeds of the lands within the State of Alabama, cent. &,e. re- ceded by the Chickasaws by the treaty aforesaid, which have been or aglggd m Al“‘ may hereafter be sold by Congress, shall be, and is hereby, reserved, ` ont of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be applied in the same manner, and for the same uses and purposes, as is mg, 6h_ 47, designated by the sixth section of the act of Congress of the second of March, eighteen hundred and nineteen. cm,,,,, land, Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That there shall be reserved vestediuthe from sale in the State of Alabama, a quantity of land equal to one- 5***** {9f gh- thirty-sixth part of the lands ceded by the Chickasaws as aforesaid, °?2§,,,‘§;_°"° within said State of Alabama, which land shall be selected under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, in sections, or half sections, or quarter sections, out of any public lands remaining unsold, that shall have been offered at public sale within any land district in said State of Alabama, contiguous to said lands within said State, so ceded by the Chickasaws, as aforesaid; which lands, when so selected, as aforesaid, the same shall vest in the State of Alabama, for the use of schools within said territory, in said State, so ceded, as aforesaid, by the Chickasaws; and said lands thus selected, shall be holden by the same tenure, and upon the same terms and conditions, in all respects, as the said State now holds the lands heretofore reserved for the use of schools in said State. Avmovmn, July 4, 1836.