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TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Ssss.III. Ch. 78, 79, 80. 1339. 331 tions thereto have not becn made subject to public sale, or being so subject have not been sold at public sale or by private entry, then each and every section contiguous to said selected section, and not so sold, 1642, eh. 110. shall be thereafter reserved and withheld from sale in any manner, until the further order of Congress thereon. But nothing herein expressed Shall be construed to restrain the said Territory of Iowa, after appro- I<>w¤ mw CUS- priating a sufficient quantity of land within said selected section for the ggffgsiklgljand site and accommodation of the public buildings, from selling and dis-· asis more than posing of the residue of said section in lots or otherwise, for the use of ¤¤m¤¥¤¤l» &¢· said Territory, in the erection and completion of said buildings. Approved, March 3, 1839. Snrurr III. C nay. LXXVIII.——An det for the improvement and survey of certain rivers, and Much 3, 1g3Q_ the repair of certain roads in Florida. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United i States <y" America in Congress assembled, That the following sums of money be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the purposes herein specified, that is to say, For the removal of obstructions at the mouth of the Suwannee river, Removal of and for the survey of the Said river, with 21 view to its improvement, °bS“”“°“°‘“ and survey of fifteen thousand dollars; Suwmmce gv_ For the survey of Yellow river, Florida, to ascertain the practicability Survey Ofycl. and cost of removing the rafts which obstruct its navigability, five hun- 10W riverdred dollars; For the repair, including the alteration if necessary, of the road from Repair of road Jacksonville, by the way of Garey’s ferry, to Newmansville, Florida, {wm ·l¤¢l¤¤¤¤- five thousand dollars; gig; iQ;,,?' For the construction of a road from Jacksonville to St. Mary’s, Flo- 1{oad from rida, in part or iniwhole upon the route of the existing road, as may be g¤¤l§¤¤*’jU€ *° found expedient, seven thousand five hundred dollars; all which sums °' my °' shall be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War. A mtovnn, March 3, 1839. "‘“""" Srarurx III. Crur. LXXIX. - An Act granting to the judges of the supreme court of Iowa March 3, 1839. mgpgzjipzompematzm as by law is given to the Judges of the supreme court of [Obsolete.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and alter Act of April the commencement of the next quarter, after the passage of this act, gv18S65k- the judges of the supreme court of the Territory of Iowa shall receive ’ °°°‘ ' the same salary as is_ now received by the judges of the Territory of Wisconsin. Approved, March 3, 1839. Srurvra IIL W March 3. 1839 . Crm?. LXXX. —-An det to provide for taking the sixth census or enumeration Actgf Fgb_26, of the inhabitants of the United States. (a) lilo, 14 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ;g4i,%h, 3,. i United States of America in Congress assembled, That the marshals of Act 02S<ilg*· Iv the several districts of the United States, and of the District of Colum- 1§*;;0fu,g0,,',_,j» bia, and of the Territories of Wisconsin, Iowa, and of Florida, re- 5,%,;,1, 1841. spectively, shall be, and are hereby, required, under the direction of the R¢§¤l¤¤°¤ °*` · · Apnl 14, 1842. Secretary of the Department of State, and according to such mstruc- Number 0j·m_ tions as he shall give, pursuant to this act, to cause the number of the hubiwnts to bo inhabitants within their respective districts and territories (omitting, in ¢¤k<=¤» &·°·

la) Notes of acts providing for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States, vol. 1, 101.