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244 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. IL Ch. 101, 110. 1838. ter and receiver the Senate, a register and receiver. of public moneys for each of the f¤r ¤¤<=hdi¤¤‘i¢=- said districts, and who shall, respectively, be required to reside at the

 site of their offices, and have powers, perform the same dairies, and be

pensatiou. entitled to the same compensation, as are or may be prescribed by law in relation to the other land officers of the United States. Publiclzmdsin Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the President is authorized wid di¤¤’i¢f¤» to cause the public lands in the said districts with the exception of sw.

°g’;;”£‘§t§° tion numbered sixteen in each township, reserved for the use of soho01E,

‘ sale. or such other lands as may by law be selected in lieu thereof, and of such other tracts as he may select for military or other purposes, to be exposed to sale in the same manner, and upon the same terms and con. ditions, as the other public lands of the United States. Pmidentau- Sm:. 4. And be it further enacted, That whenever the President may

  • l*°\’i¤°<é*° WE deem it expedient, he is hereby authorized to_rem0ve the said land

{§:;°0l5gc:_°’ offices to such other places within those districts as he may judge ro cr. P iivrmovmn, June 12, 1838. Srnuu II. June 12, 1838. CHAP. CI.-dn Act to ascertain and designate the boundary line between the State ········*···• of Jmchigan wml the Tenitwy ry" PWsc0min. (a) Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United H'£‘gel;:::?l”Y States of America in Congress assembled, That the $urveyor Genera] Michigan and of the Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin land districts, under the Wisconsin, as direction of the President of the United States, be, and he is hereby,

°l’g‘fR;’d°bY authorized and required to cause to be surveyed, marked, and desig-

1836, mn,,, ,0 nated, the boundary line between the State of Michigan and the Terribe surveyed, tory of Wisconsin, agreeably to the boundary as established by the uct 3"_;k°£{;I“d entitled "An act to establish the northern boundary line of the State gnof Ohio, and to provide for the admission of the State of Michigan into the Union, upon the conditions, therein expressed," approved June fiii teenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six; and to cause to be made a plat A (plat tobo or plan of the boundary between the said State of Michigan and the m °·&°· said Territory of Wisconsin, and return the same to Congress at its Appropriation next annual session, and that the sum of three thousand dollars be, and proviso,the same is hereby appropriated to carry into effect this act: Provided, That the whole expense of surveying, marking and designating the said boundary line shall not exceed that sum. Armovnn, June 12, 1838. Srswm Il'. _°—"` Juno 12, 1838, Cun·.CX.—An dc! concerning a seminary of leaning in the Territory of 1a4es,¤n. sstgv. mmm"- _ Be it enacted by the Senate and Himsa of Representatives of the §°°· TRM *0 United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary 3B;?:;,?:: °x' of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to set apart and townships or reserve from sale, out of any of the public lands within the Territory hind *`°!' *b°,¤¤° of Wisconsin, to which the Indian title has been, or may be, extin- ° u `mN°"“y° guished, and not otherwise appropriated, a. quantity of land not exceeding two entire townships, for the use and support of a university within the said Territory, and for no other use or purpose whatsoever; to be located in tracts of land of not less than an entire section, corresponding with any of the legal divisions into which the public lands are { authorized to be surveyed. Approved, June 12, 1838. (a) See notes to the act of June 12, 1838, chap. 9(if______