228 TWENTY·FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 59, 82, S4. 1838. were made in good faith, and without an interest to commit u fraud upon creditors or bona (ide subsequent purchasers. Approved, April 20, 1838. Suwurz II. April 20, 1838. Cmp. LIX.-dn dai making cm for the removal of the gnu: ny; ————-—-—·-— z . Ob lot . _ gp ,,;,.;,:5,u Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representarzves of the forage removal United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of °f‘h° Rd “'°’ seventy thousand dollars be appropriated, out Of any money m the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the oomplete removal of the
great rah. in Red River, gného States of Louisxema and Arkansas, Armovmn, April 20, 1 . Srnvrs II. May 21, 1838, CHAP. LXXXII.——An Act to authorize the issung of Treasury notes to meet the -—-—-——-— Ure Gov ment.
$ f O 1% current cxjmmscaqf cm $1:) · ° · · Be it enacted by the Senate and ouae 0 epresentatives of the
- g €?;mg1gi United States of America in Congress assembled, That, the Secretary
ccrdiuygw rho of the Treasury, with the approbation of the President of the United V‘ °"“"°"“ °f°°* States is hereby authorized to cause Treasury notes to be issued, of12rh Oct. ’. . . . . . . . 1837, ch, 2, in according to the prov1810nS Of, aud subject to? all the conditions, lmumplace of. &.c. tions and restrictions contained m an act entitled "An act to authorize 1°39*°h‘37’ the issuing of Treasury notes," approved the Twelfth day of October last, in place of such notes as have bccn, or may bc, issued under the authority of the act aforesaid, and which have been, or may hereafter bc, paid imo the Treasury and cancelled. A1-rnovm>, May 21, 1838. Swuum II. CHAP. LXXXIV.—An Act making apprepriations for the continuation of fha
Cumberland road in om, Jmzzm, and 11mm, and for nm"- PWM.
C O BTC 9»1837,¤h•46· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates 13; America. in Congress assembled, That the following sums of money c, and tho same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury unappropriated, to wit: In0hio. For the continuation of the Cumberland road in the State of Ohio, the sun; of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. In Indiana. For the continuation of the Cumberland road in the State of Ingiuga, the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, including rx gas. Inlllinois. For the continuation of the Cumberland road in the State of Illinois,
the: sum of one hundred and Ehy thousand dollars.
B1-idgg over For the completion of the bridge over Dunlap’s creek, on the Cum- D¤¤!¤P¤<>*¤¤k- bcrlzmd road, in the State of Pennsylvania, the sum of nine thousand Terms of me doliarsg which said appropriations are made upon the same terms, and ¤PP*‘°P¤°¤°¤· shall be subject to all the provisions, conditions, restrictions, and limitatmns, touching appropriations for the Cumberland road, contained in
- 83% ¤h· 46· the act entitled "An act to provide for continuing the construction, and
for the repair of certain roads, and for other purposes, during the year cxghtccn hundred and thirty-seven," approved on the third day of March, one thousand cnght hundred and thirty-seven. Armzovnp, May 25, 1838. (a) Notes of tho nuts which have booupassod relative to the issuing of Treasury notes, vol. 2, 766.