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662 T WENTYQEIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 45, 46. 1844. Cleveland liar- For the continuation of the works at the harbor of Cleveland, Ohio, or. twenty-five thousand dollars: HarborofSan- For the preservation of the harbor at Sandusky city, Ohio, and imd“’kY °“Y· proving the same, fifteen thousand dollars; the same to be expended under the orders of the Secretary of War, and according to such plan of improvement as may be recommended by him: River Raisin For the further improvement of River Raisin harbor, Michigan, h“'b°’· twenty thousand dollars: Harbor of St. For the further improvement of the harbor af St. Joseph, Michigan, J°$°Ph- twenty thousand dollars: Harbor of For continuing the improvement of the harbor of Michigan city, Mi¤¤ls¤¤ °l*Y· State of Indiana, twenty-five thousand dollars: Harborof Chi- For the further improvement of the harbor of Chicago, Illinois, thirty <>¤8¤- thousand dollars: Harborcf Mil- For continuing the works at the harbor at Milwaukie, Wisconsin, “"’“k‘°· twenty thousand dollars: Hi¤b¤¤¤ ¤¤lh¤ For the preservation and repair of harbors on the lakes, other than

:{c2°tbi’l':_“` those enumerated, the construction of which has been authorized by

authorized by law, and which have been partially completed, twenty thousand dollars. l¤W· Approved, June 11, 1844. Srswra I. June 12, 1844. Cuar. XLV.-—-An det to amend an act entitled “An act to reorganize the Gene-

 Tdl Land of6C."

1836, ch. 352. ’ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Qflice of Soli- United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and alter

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the passing of this act, the office of Solicitor of the General Land Ofhce

5.,,, ubc1g5g18d_ shall be, and the same is hereby, abolished; and that all the duties here- Duties w be tofore by law required to be performed by the said Solicitor shall herefsgffggggdzf after be performed by the Recorder, or by such other person or persons gwin the employ of the United States in said General Land Office, as the Commissioner of said General Land Ofliee may from time to time direct. Acisgmomgsi. Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the fifth section of the act em hmwith entitled "An act to reorganize the General Land Oti‘ice," and all other "p°“l°d‘ acts and parts of acts contrary to the provisions of this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed. Approved, June 12, 1844. S•ra·ro·rr·: I. """"" J¤¤<= I2, 1844- CHAP. XLVI.-—An ./Zct to establish a port of delivery at the city of Lafaydtc, in

 the State of Louisiana.

Be it enacted by t/te Senate and House of Representatives of the Lafayette a United States of America in Congress assembled, That the city of La- Y’°“° d°l"’°’Y· fayette, in the State of Louisiana, shall be a port of delivery, and shall be subject to the same regulations and restrictions as other ports of delivery of the United States, except as is hereinafter provided; that a sur- Surveyor to veyor shall be appointed to reside at said port; that all ships and vessels b§,$l’¥’°‘“‘°d· bound to said port shall first make report and entry at the port of New ips and vcs- . . . . . . 5,,;, ,0 nlukc Orleans, within the time limited by law, and shall be permitted to unreportnnd entry lade their cargoes at the said city of Lafayette, adjoining the city of

 New Orleans, under the rules and regulations prescribed by law, and

at L¤{,,yw€_ " such further regulations as may be deemed necessary by the Secretary . of the Treasury. Vessels da. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all vessels about to depart m‘g¤§tf;¤:; from the said port of Lafayette, for foreign ports and places, shall be demym me mls_ permitted, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may mm.1mse at prescribe, to clear out with their cargoes at the custom—house in the city New O¥l¢¤¤¤· of New Orleans, and depart as from the port of New Orleans; and