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CHAP. 159.-An act approving the action taken by the Secretary of War under the March 3, 1875. act approved July fifteenth eighteen hundred and seventy, and to provide for repayment of certain moneys paid to officers mustered out of the Army, as supernumerary, but subsequently re-appointed by the President.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Tbat the action heretofore taken Action of Secreby the Secretary of War to cause the year's pay and allowances grauted tary of War as to by the act approved July fifteenth, eighteen hundred and serenty, en one year's pay of titled “An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for out and re-apthe year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, and pointed. for other purposes,” to such commissioned officers of the Regular Army 1870, c. 294, s. 3, as were, under the said act, mustered out of the service of the United v. 16, p. 317. States, to be refunded when any of the said officers have been, or shall be, again commissioned in the Regular Army, is hereby approved. SEC. 2. That hereafter wbenever any person, who was mustered out
Officers musteras a supernumerary officer of the Army with one years pay and allow. ed out as supernuances, in addition to the pay and allowances due him at the date of his appointed, to redischarge, under the provisions of the act making appropriations for fund the one year's the support of the Army for the year ending June thirtieth eighteen pay. hundred and seventy-one and for other purposes, approred July fifteenth eighteen hundred and seventy, shall be re-appointed by the President, an officer of the Army, such appointment shall be under and with the express condition, that fifty per cent of such officers pay shall be stopped Monthly stopmontbly, until the sum total of the extra years pay and allowances re. pages. ceived by him, when mustered out as aforesaid, shall have been refunded to the United States.
Approved, March 3, 1875.
March 3, 1675.
CHAP. 160.-An act to provide for the sale of desert lands in Lassen County, Cali
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be lawful for any Declaration of citizen of the United States, or any person of requisite age who may be intention to re; entitled to become a citizen, and who has filed his declaration of inten. in Lassen County, tion to become such, to file a declaration with the register and the California ; by receiver of the proper land district for the county of Lassen, California, wbom may be filed. in which any desert land is situated, that be intends to reclaim a tract of desert land situated in said county, not exceeding one section, by conducting water upon the same, so as to reclaim all of said land within the period of two years thereafter; and said declaration shall be under Form and conoath and shall describe particularly said section of land, if surveyed, tents of declaraand, if unsurveyed, shall describe the same as nearly as possible with tion, how supportout a survey; which said declaration shall be supported by the affidavit of at least two credible witnesses, establishing to the satisfaction of the register or receiver the fact that said lands are of the character described in this act. And at any time within the period of two years Right of entry after filing said declaration, and upon waking satisfactory proof of the after reclaiming
land. reclamation of said tract of land in the manner aforesaid, before the register and the receiver of said land office, such person shall be entitled to enter or locate the reclaimed section, or any part thereof, in the same manner as in cases where public lands of the United States are subject to entry, at a price not exceeding one dollar and twenty-five
Price. cents per acre, and shall receive a patent therefor. SEC. 2. That all lands within said county of Lassen, exclusive of tim
Desert lands deber lands and of mineral lands, which do not produce grass, or which fined. will not, without such reclamation, produce some agricultural crop, shall be deemed desert lands witbin the meaning of this act. Approved, March 3, 1875.
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March 3, 1875. CHAP. 161.-An act to incorporate the Capitol, North 0 Street, and South Washing.
ton Railway Company. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires of the United Corporators of States of America in Congress assembled, That Joseph Williams, William Capitol, North 0 J. Murtagh, Hallet Kilbourn, Benjamin F. Fuller, William J. Cowing, Washington Rail- Samuel R. Bond, William Sannders, George W. Goodall, George A. way Company. McIlhenny, L. A. Bartlett, and L. H. Chandler, and their associates
and assigns, be, and they are hereby, created a body corporate, under the name of the Capitol, North 0 Street, and South Washington Railway Company, with authority to construct and lay down a single or double track railway, with the necessary switches and turn-outs, in the
city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, through and along Route.
the following streets and avenues: commencing on First street west in front of the Capitol grounds, and running thence due north along said First street west to G street north; thence west along G street north to Fourth street west; thence along Fourth street west; thence along O street north to Eleventh street west; thence south along Eleventh street west to E street north; thence west along E street north to Fourteenth street west; thence south on Fourteenth street west to Ohio ave. nue; thence along said avenue to its intersection with Twelfth street west; thence south along said Twelfth street west to Virginia avenue; thence southeast along Virginia avenue to its intersection with Mary. land avenue; thence northeast along Maryland avenue to First street
west, the place of beginning, with the right to run public carriages Fare.
thereon, drawn by horse-power, receiving therefor a rate of fare not
exceeding five cents a passenger for any distance on said road, from its Coinciding routes. beginning to its terminus on First street west: Provided, That wher
ever the foregoing route may coincide with the route of any other duly.
incorporated street-railroad-company in the District, or connect portions One track, joint of such route, but one set of tracks shall be used by both companies,
which are hereby authorized and empowered to use such tracks in comTerms of joint mon, upon such fair and equitable terms as may be agreed upon by
said companies; and in the event the said companies fail to agree upon satisfactory terms, either of said companies may apply by petition to the supreme court of the District of Columbia, which shall provide for proper notice to and hearing of all parties interested, and shall hare power to determine the terms and conditions upon which, and the regu. lations under which, the company hereby incorporated shall be entitled so to use and enjoy the track of such other street-railroad-company, and the amount and manner of compensation to be paid therefor: And provided further, That neither of the companies using such track in common shall be permitted to make the track so used in common the depot or general stopping place to await passengers, but shall only be entitled to use the same for the ordinary passage of their cars, with the
ordinary balts for the taking up and the dropping of passengers. Taxation of com- SEC. 2. That the road of said company, with all its property and franpany.
chises, shall be liable to taxation as is or may be provided by law, and License of cars. their cars or vehicles shall be subject to the provisions of such laws as
to license and fees therefor. Construction of SEC. 3. That the said railway shall be laid as near the center of the road.
streets and avenues in the city of Washington as practicable (without interfering with, or passing over, the water or gas-pipes) in the most approved manner adapted to street-railways, with rails of the most approved pattern, with a flat bearing for street vehicles of not less width, exclusive of the car-wheel bearing, than that now in use on the Wash ington and Georgetown railroad, laid upon an even surface with the pavement of the streets and avenues; and the space between the two tracks (where two are laid) shall not be less than four feet nor more than six feet in width, and the carriages shall not be less than six feet in width, the gauge to correspond with that of the Columbia Street Railway.