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144 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.6,9. 1837. mentioned, said parent or guardian shall be allowed pay therefor on making satisfactory proof as in other cases, and the further proof that he is entitled thereto by having furnished the same. Persons other Sm, 7, And be it further enacted, That in all instances whew any than minors ro person other than a minor has been or shall be engaged in the military iw vw! l;>¤‘dv‘;>· service aforesaid, and has been or shall he provided with a horse O, 5*:1}: migh ha; equipments, or with military acccutrements by any person, the Owner been lost. thereof, who has risked or shall take the risk of such horse, equipments, or military accoutrements on himself, and the same has been or shall be lost, captured, destroyed, or abandoned in the manner before mentioned, such owner shall be allowed pay therefor, on making satisfactory proof as in other cases, and the further proof that he is entitled thereto, by having furnished the same, and having taken the risk on himself Am of 19 Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the act passed on the nine. F.,y,m,y,;g33, teemh of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-tl1ree, entitled "An ae; gh-. 33;S¤¤;d ZLJ for the payment of horses and arms lost in the military service of the 1g‘:_{‘°;,c;;lé · United States against the Indians on the frontier of Illinois and Miehi- ’ gan Territory," and an act passed on the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, entitled "An act to provide for the payment of claims for property lost, captured or destroyed by the enemy, while 1n the military service of the United States, during the late war with the Indians on the frontier of Illinois and Michigan Territory," be, and the same are hereby, repealed. Limitation of Sec, 9. And be it further enacted, That this act shall be and remain ML in force until the close of the next session of Congress. Approved, January 18, 1837. S·n·rur1: II. -—-— Jap, 26, 1337, CHAP. VI.-·An Act to admit the State lg Mchigan into the Union, upon an equal ""‘"""""" fooling with i original States. Ac; of rum, Whereas, in pursuance of the act of Congress of June the fifteenth, 12 183% Gb. 99. eighteen hundred and thirty-six, entitled "An act to establish the 23’°38‘;6, northern boundary of the State of Ohio, and to provide for the 12;, Pastzpgp. admission of the State of Michigan into the Union upon the condi— ?88i‘m»6 · tions therein expressed," a convention of delegates, elected by the people of the said State of Michigan, for the sole purpose of giving their assent to the boundaries of the said State of Michigan as described, declared, and established, in and by the said act, did, on the fifteenth of December, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, assent to the provisions of said act, therefore: Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the State of Michigan l shall be one, and is hereby declared to be one, of the United States of Admitted into America, and admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the ‘h° ll'“°“- original States, in all respects whatever. dg)*£g¤¢lA$0d; SEQ. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trensgrpm Nw_ Bury, m carrying int0 effect the thirteenth and fourteenth sections of mw, the_ act of the twenty-thrrd of June, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, 2pc5B3g Ig}? entntled “An act to regplate the deposites of the public money," shall H5 * consnder the State of Michrgan as being one of the United States. APPROVED, January 26, 1837. Snzrun II. """' ]m_31, Iggy_ CHAP. IX.-dn Act to authorize certain rail-road companies to construct rail- ·-———·-——-——— roads through the public lands in the Territory of Florida. Em Florida 1§’e it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Rmtsresd Cem. United States of America m Congress assembled, That the East Florlda v¤¤y¤¤ilw¤z¢d Ra1l·road Company, a corporation established by an act of the Governor