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Warren Wasson, two hundred and seventy-five dollars.

C. N. Noteware, one hundred ninety-three dollars and thirtyfour cents.

Joseph Butler, two hundred twenty-one dollars and eightycents.

Kitzmeyer Brothers, eighteen dollars.
W. Bowen, four hundred and twenty dollars.
A. Biggs, two hundred and ten dollars.
0. A. Dingman, four hundred and twenty dollars.
T. Hawkins, four hundred and twenty dollars.

A. Jenkins, one hundred fifty-six dollars and thirty-three cents.

M. Powell, eleven dollars and sixty-six cents.
A. Lawlor, seventy dollars.

E. F. Parker, one hundred twenty-three dollars and fiftynine cents.

James Miller, fonr hundred and twenty dollars.
A. B. Lowe, two hundred and ten dollars.
L. Lachapelle, two hundred and ten dollars.
Miles E. Reese, four hundred and eighty dollars.

Frank Rockwell, three hundred and twenty-six dollars and sixty cents.

D. Thomas, eighty-eight dollars and sixty-four cents.
John West, four hundred and twenty dollars.
J. D. Whipple, seven hundred and twenty dollars.
John Burgoyne, seven hundred and twenty-two dollars and
fifty cents.

W. D. Torreyson, one hundred and sixty-three dollars and twenty-five cents.

E. B. Rail, two hundred and fifty-five dollars and sixty cents.
Gillig, Mott & Co., eighteen dollars and eighty-six cents.
Wells, Fargo, & Co., thirty-five dollars and eighty-seven cents. Same.
J. R. Cowan, one hundred and seven dollars.
S. C. Wright, one hundred and ninety-five dollars.
D. C. Turner, three dollars and ten cents.
A. Greenebaum, seven dollars and fifty cents.
John Driesbach, nine dollars.
J. A. Lovejoy, fourteen dollars and seventy-five cents.
A. M. Buckley, twenty dollars.
C. N. Noteware, sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents.
John G. Fox, thirty-three dollars and twenty-five cents.
E. E. Scott, ten dollars.
A. H. Davis & Son, seventy-five dollars.
A. C. Bragg, ten dollars.
R. Crabb, seventy-four dollars.
Estate of T. G. Smith, ninety dollars and seventy-five cents.

For miscellaneous deficiency claims against the State, the following sums are hereby appropriated:

To C. C. Batterman fifty dollars.
To C. C. Batterman, two hundred and fifty-two dollars.

To C. C. Batterman, two thousand forty-one dollars and sixtysix cents.

To Alfred Helm, ninety-five dollars.
To George Munckton, fifty-eight dollars and fifty cents.
To Thomas Smith, sixty dollars.

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To R. S. Mesick, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

To S. T. Swift, two huudred and twelve dollars and twentyfive cents.

To A. N. Fisher, forty dollars.

To T. J. Edwards,one hundred and sixty-three dollars and five cents.

To E. D. Sweeney, eighty dollars and thirty-eight cents.
To H. K. Arnold, eleven dollars and fifteen cents.
To L. Doron, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.
To John Day, two hundred and forty dollars.
To S. D. King, twelve dollars.
To Wells, Fargo & Co., one hundred and seventeen dollars and
fifty cents.

To F. King, thirty-five dollars.
To C. N. Noteware, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.
For storing State arms, ninety dollars.
To John G. Fox, forty dollars and twenty-five cents.
To pay piece of Legislative scrip issued to J. R. Williamson,
1867, one hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay piece of Legislative scrip issued to J. J. Linn, 1867, sixteen dollars.

To pay piece of Legislative scrip issued to John E. Isaacs, 1867, seventy-two dollars.

To pay piece of Legislative scrip issued to D. W. Whepley, 1867, eight dollars.

For enrolling bills, two hundred dollars.

To pay balance due Insane Asylum of California, fifteen hundred and sixty-nine dollars and thirteen cents.

To C. H. Maish, twenty dollars.
To John Driesbach, twenty-three dollars and fifty cents.
To Z. Pierce, twenty-seven dollars and twenty-three cents.
To E. B. Rail, eighty-one dollars and twenty-three cents.
To E. B. Rail, eight dollars and fifty cents.
To John G. Fox, sixteen dollars.
To F. Ludlow, fifty-one dollars and seventeen cents.
To John G. Fox, forty dollars and twenty-five cents.

And there is hereby appropriated the further sum of eight hundred and six dollars and seventy-two cents to cover deficiency in State Prison appropriation, as follows:

To A. B. Lowe, two hundred and ten dollars.
To Miles E. Reese, two hundred and forty dollars.

To David Thomas, one hundred and sixteen dollars and fortyone cents.

To A. Biggs, two hundred and ten dollars.

To L. Lachapelle, thirty dollars and thirty-one cents; Provided, that the sums in this Act enumerated shall be and they are hereby appropriated as full payment of the claims in this Act recited.

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CHAP. LXXXII.-An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act

prescribing rules and regulations for the execution of Trust,' arising under the Act of Congress entitled 'An Act for the Relief of the inhabitants of cities and towns on Public Lands,' approved March 2d, 1867;" approved February 10th, 1869.

[Approved March 8, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

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SECTION 1. Section three of the above entitled Act is amended so as to read as follows: Section Three. Within ninety days after the receipt by them Notice to be

given with or him of a patent for such lands, the corporate authorities or

in ninety judge entering the same shall give public notice thereof by pub-days after lishing such notice in a newspaper printed and published in the receipt of

patent. county in which such city or town shall be situated, or in case there shall not be any newspaper published in said county, then in some newspaper printed and published at the seat of government of this State. Such notice shall be so published, once in How given. each week for at least six successive weeks, or thirty days daily; and said notice shall also be posted in six of the most public places in said city or town, for thirty days, and shall contain a correct description of the lands so entered, as the same is stated in the patent.

SEC. 2. Section four of said Act is amended so as to read as follows:

Section Four. Each and every person, company of persons, Claimant to associations or corporations, claiming to be an occupant or occu- sign statepants, or to have, possess, or be entitled to the right of occupancy writilg. or possession of such lands, or any block, lot, share or parcel thereof, shall, within six months after the first publication of such notice, in person, or by his, her, their, or its duly authorized agent or attorney, sign a statement in writing containing a correct description of the particular parcel, or parts, in which he, she, they, or it, claim to be entitled to receive, and deliver the same to, or into the office of such corporate authorities, or judge; and all persons failing to sign and deliver such statement within the time specified in this section, shall be forever debarred the right of claiming or recovering such lands, or any interest or entail there-debarred. in, or in any part, parcel, or share thereof, in any court of law or equity; provided, that the bar to the right of claiming or recovering such lands, or any interest or entail therein, as in this section provided, shall not apply to minors or insane persons; and, provided further, that all applications for conveyances under this Act for the benefit of minors and insane persons shall be made How made by the guardian or trustee of such minor or insane person, and all applications for such conveyances for the benefit of married women, may be made by their husbands if in this State; but in case of the absence of the husband from this State, or his refusal to make such application, then such married woman may apply in her own name.

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Sec. 3. Section seven of said Act is amended so as to read as follows:

Section Seven. After the issuance of the patent for such lands, made out on it shall be the duty of the corporate authorities or judge, to whom payment of purchase

such patent shall issue, to make out, execute, and deliver to each person, company, association or corporation, who may be legally entitled to the same, a deed in fee simple, for such part or parts, lot or lots of land on payment of his, her, their, or its, proper and due proportion of the purchase money for such land, together with his, her, their or its proportion of such sum as may be necessary to pay for streets, alleys, squares, and public grounds, not to exceed fifty cents for each lot, and also such further sums as shall be a reasonable compensation for executing and acknowledging such deed, not exceeding the sum of three

dollars for the first, and one dollar for each additional lot claimed by the same owner, for counsel fee, and for moneys expended, in the acquisition of the title and the administration of the trust, including reasonable charges for time and services while employed in such trust, not exceeding the sum of one dollar for each lot; provided, that no estimate shall be made for counsel fee, unless the same shall have been actually and necessarily expended; and the foregoing charges shall be full payment for all expenses attending the execution, except for revenue stamps; provided, that deeds made under the provisions of this Act for the benefit of minors

and insane persons, shall be to the guardian or trustee of such how made. minor or insane person, as the case may be, in trust for such

minor or insane person.

Sec. 4. Nothing in this Act shall be so construed as to in any complied manner affect

any of the provisions contained in section four of with provi- the Act of which this Act is amendatory, in those cases where

notice to claimants prior to the passage of this Act has been pubAct of 1869 lished in a newspaper for ten or more successive weeks, and at affected by least six months shall have elapsed since the first publication of

said notice; but the trust shall in all particulars be carried out and executed in accordance with the provisions of said section

four. Survey of Sec. 5. In all cases where it shall become necessary in the town site. opinion of the citizens of the town to make a survey

of and paid for site, for the purpose of identifying or locating the lots, blocks,

squares, streets or alleys, contained within the limits of said town site, a fee of cents for each lot shall be paid to the Trustees to defray the expenses of said survey, which said fee shall be paid by the claimants pro

rata. SEC. 6.

In case of death or ninety days absence from the disability of trustee, how

State, or other disability of the Trustee to execute the trust remedied. created by said Act of Congress, it shall be lawful for the cor

porate authorities or judge of the district in which any such city or town is situated, who may succeed said Trustee in office, to assume said trust, and they or he shall be authorized, and they are hereby empowered to execute the same in all respects in the same manner, subject to all the duties and requirements as provided in this Act.

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