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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. SBss.I. Ch.364. REs.1,2,3. 1836. 131 For the survey of the mouth of Milvvaukie river, on Lake Michigan, Wisconsin. _ to determine the practicability of making a harbor by deepening the w§,‘:f,Q;g'§€gI‘l‘ channel, four hundred dollars.. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the reports upon all the Reports upon aforesaid surveys shall contain a statement of all such facts within the ‘“l"’°Y*? *0 C°¤· knowledge of the engineers respectively making the surveys, as are or §2_€Smmt°°’ may be in any way materially connected with the proposed improvements, and also with estimates, in detail, of the sums of money necessary for such improvements, respectively. Armtovmn, July 4, 1836. ’“""‘ Srnuri: I. CHAP. CCCLXTIV.-—An Act to repeal so much of the act of Marclr second, seven- July 4, 1836. teen hundred and ninety-nine, as respects the issuing of certificates on the impor- { tation of wines. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y”Representatives of the United R¢P¤¤l of Sw States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the act of g' iigggfcaiaggh Congress, passed second March, seventeen hundred and ninety-nine, as y l l ` requires that the surveyor or chief officers of inspection of any port, where wines may be landed, shall give to the proprietor, importer or consiguee thereof, or his or her agent,ra certificate, as mentioned in the fortieth and forty-first sections of said act, is hereby repealed. Approved, July 4, 1836. ‘ RESOLUTIONS. N0. 1. Resolution authorizing the President to furnish rations to certain inhabit Feb. L 1836. ants of Florida. _"""?"" Be it Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Radon? {wm United States mf America in Congress assembled, That the President gbgrgsigia d6_ of the United States be authorized to cause rations to be delivered [jv8;cd,&c_ from the public stores to the unfortunate sufferers, who are unable to provide for themselves, and who have been driven from their homes by Indian depredations in Florida, until they can [be] re-established in their possessions, or so long as the President shall consider it necessary. Approved, February 1, 1836. No. 2. Resolution to establish certain post roads in ]lEssouri and .drlcansas. Mah 19, 1836- Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United pus; roads to States of America in Congress assembled, That the Postmaster General be establisbwi be, and he is hereby authorized to establish the following post roads; From Fort Towson, in the Territory of Arkansas, to Fort Gibson, and from Fort Gibson, by Fayette, in Arkansas Territory, Barry courthouse, Van Buren court-house, Jackson court-house, Fort Leavenworth, Liberty, in Clay county, Plattsburgh, in Clinton county, Fort Des Moines, to the town of Dubuque on the Mississippi river. And the same shall be continued until otherwise provided for by law. APPROVED, March 19, 1836. No. 3. Resolution to suspend the sale of a part of the public lands acquired by the MW 9; 1836- treaty of Dancing Rabbit creek. "`_"'--' Be it Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Reservations United States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the otjlands to be public lands, acquired by the treaty concluded with the Choctaw nation “gg}l;°;‘§,g’Q1’:d, of Indians, at Dancing Rabbit creek, on the twenty-eighth day of Sep- lfstpacambcr, tember, eighteen hundred and thirty, as has been conditionally, or 1836. otherwise located by the locating agent of the United States to persons claiming reservations under the fourteenth article of said treaty, be