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268 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Ch. 170,171. 1838. Srnurs II. July 1, 1338, Cnr. CLXX.-dn dot to jzrtovidetyor the scttlcrzzent claim of the State qf [0b50mg_] New Yor for e scrmces of er mz z ta. i Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatwes of the United S°°· §,V‘“'*° States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of Wn; $:,*5; ,,,€,`Q',,,,,d be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to cause to be reimbursed such amount as and paid to the State of New York, on the order_of the Governor of g‘Zn1;“£;‘3’;f,f said State, out of the appropriation for the prevention of hostilities on c,,,,,,,? Omcgrs the northern frontier, such amount as the Paymaster General of the of thedreasury United States army and the accounting officers of the Treasury shall mil °°“'fY# ascertain and certify would have been due from the United States to the ' volunteers and militia called into the service of the State, in the latter part of the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven and the first part of the year eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, for the protection of said frontier, by the Governor, if said volunteers had been duly called into the service of the United States and regularly received and mustered by officers of the United States army, according to the laws and regulations which have governed in the payment of the volunteers and mili- P•‘¢•vi¤<>· tia of other States: Provided, That the accounts of the agent employed by the State of N ew York to make said payments, be submitted to the Paymaster General and the accounting officers for their inspection: P¤'°VlS°· And provided also, That no reimbursement shall be made on account of the payment of any volunteers or militia who refused to be received and mustered into the service of the United States or to serve under the olhcers of the United States army appointed by the President to command on the northern frontier. SHN" IL Approved, July 7, 1838. ..1uly v' 1838' CHAP. CLXXI.-An Act to provide or certain harbors and for the removal of [Obsolete.] obstructions in and at the mouths ofjbertain rivers, and for other purposes, duringthe year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for carrying on and completing certain works heretofore commenced, viz: bErl*l°¤S¤ hm`- tmFort;ontinu(in(g §he improvement of the harbor of Chicago, Illinois, ‘ rty thousand dollars; Michigan City For continuing the construction of a harbor at Michigan City, Inbarbor. diana, sixty thousand seven hundred and thirty-three dollars and fifty- - mne cents; St..Toseph pier For continuing the construction of a pier or breakwater at the mouth °r b'°°kw°m" of5b; river Saint Joseph, Michigan, fifty-one thousand one hundred an t irteen dollars; _ Harbor near For the continuation of the works at the harbor near the mouth of 3,‘g,f,?‘v‘;‘:‘,ll:,£in the river Raisin, Michigan, hfteen thousand dollars; Harbor nt 4},,; For continuing the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Black rrpgmb of Black piveril indlglifersgn coiéniy, State of New York, twenty-two thousand · our un r an one dollars; Whhohallhar- For continuing the improvement of the harbor at Whitehall, in the °°'· State of New York, fifteen thousand dollars; Genesee nmn For continuing the improvement of the channel at the mouth of Genesee river, in the State of New York, twenty-tive thousand dollars; Blmk rim'- hFor cprgiguing the removal of obstructions at Black river, Ohio, five thousand dollars; Hum ¤‘iV¤\‘· For continuing the removal of obstructions at the mouth of the Huron river, in Ohio, five thousand dollars;