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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch.11S,119. 1836. 57 of the State of Ohio shall be established by, and extend to, a diredt line N when running from the southern extremity of Lake Michigan to the most b°““d°’Y· northerly cape of the Miami bay; thence, northeast, to the northern boundary line of the United States; thence, with said line, to the Pennsylvania line. Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the boundary line surveyed, w],;.,),;;,,, marked, and designated, agreeably to "An act to authorize the Presi- ¤h¤11b¤d<=•=med dent of the United States to ascertain and designate the northern Qggsffgemd boundary of the State of Indiana," approved March the second, eighteen Ac. 0{Mmch hundred and twenty-seven, shall be deemed and taken as the east and 2. 1827. ¢h- 57- west line mentioned in the constitution of the State of Indiana, drawn through a point ten miles north of the southern extreme of Lake Mighggan, and shall be and for ever remain the northern boundary of sai tate. Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted, That the northern boundary line, Which line ascertained, surveyed, and marked, agreeably to a law of Congress Shall be taken entitled "An act to ascertain and mark the line between the State of lsolgihlénglflgfg Alabama and the Territory of Florida, and the northern boundary of osf Lake Michithe State of Illinois, and for other purposes," approved March second, zweighteen hundred and thirty-one, shall e deemed and taken as the line 2 igffgggh west from the middle of Lake Michigan, in north latitude forty-two ’` ' degrees thirty minutes, to the middle of the Mississippi river, as defined in the act of Congress entitled "An act to enable the people of the Act of April Illinois Territory to form a constitution and State Government, and for 18.1818. ¤1¤·67- the admission of such State into the Union on an equal footing with the original States," approved eighteenth of April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and shall be and for ever remain the northern boundary line of said state. Approved, June 23, 1836. S I .__. rirvra . Cnr-. CXVIII.—An det to zeznéove tq};IeLg_and Office from Clinton to Jackson, in .Tune23, 1836. t late wszlssqvpi. """"”" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R escntatives of the United States of America in Congress assemblcd,_T-hat the Land Office at present established at Clinton in the State} of Mississippi be hereafter kept at Jackson, in the same State. A1-rnovnn, June 23, 1836. --—- Sruuu I. Crue. CXIX.-An Act to amend an act to grant certain relinquished and imap- yum, 23,1335, propriated lands to the State of Alabama, for thekpmposc of improvingthe Moi- m gation of the Tennessee, Coosa, Caluzba and Blac Warrior rwer. 23, 1*328, ch. Be it enacted b the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amerigz in Congress assembled, That so much of the second ,0,1;,**; ‘fc:h‘;8_ section of the act above recited as restricts the State of Alabama from pegged, having the power to sell, dispose oi, or grant the residue of the lands granted by the act to which this is a supplement, at a price not less than the minimum price of the public lands, be, and the same is hereby re ealed. _ Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the assent of the United $,,,,,0; 41,,, States is hereby given, to any act which the Legislature of the State of bama rfpry nm- Alabama may pass for imposing a toll on the use of such parts of the 8:;*1 canal or canals, which have been or may be, constructed at or around I the Muscle and Colbert’s shoals of the_river Tennessee: Provided, Provnso. That such tolls shall be expended exclusively on the said canals, and shall not exceed in amount, the sum required to keep them m repair, and to defray the expenses of lock tenders, collectors, superintendents, and managers; and that no part of this act shall be construed as a repeal of the exemption, contained in the seventh section of the afore- Vo1.. V.-S