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and four, establishing the fees of the harbor
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
J. B. VARNUM,
AN ACT to erect a light house on Boon isl
and in the state of Massachusetts, place
state of Massachusetts.
Representatives of the United States of
by authorized, on being satisfied that Boon Boon Island. Island in the district of Maine, in the state
of Massachusetts, is a fit and eligible scte for
islature of Massachusetts shall vest the
property of the said island in the United States, and cede the jurisdiction of the same.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Buoys to be 1 the Secretary of the Trcasury be, and he is placed off
Cape Fear. hereby directed to cause buoys to be placed . at or near the main bar, and New Inlet bar
offcape Fear; and also, to cause to be erect-
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That Buoys to be the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is placed at Ed. hereby directed to cause such buoys as he shall deem necessary, to be placed at the entrance of the harbor of Edgartown, in the state of Massachusetts.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That it Beacon to be shall be the duty of the Secretary of the placed on Treasury to cause to be erected a column of stone, as a beacon, on cape Elizabeth, in the state of Massachusetts, of such form and dimensions as he shall deem necessary.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That Specific apthe following sums of money be, and the propriations. same are hereby appropriated for the purposes herein mentioned, to wit. For the erection of a light house on Boon island, three thousand dollars; for placing buoys on the places mentioned off Cape Fear river, two thousand dollars; for placing buoys at the entrance of the harbor of Edgartown, two thousand dollars; for erecting a beacon, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for erecting a column on cape Elizabeth, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for completing the beacons and buoys ordered to be placed near the entrance of Beverly harbor, in the state of Massachusetts, the
further sum of three hundred and fifty dollars.
J. B. VARNUM, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOHN POPE, President of the Senate, pro tempore. March 2, 1811.
AN ACT to extend the right of suffrage in
the Indiana territory, and for other purposes. BE it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That each Qualifications of voters.
and every free white male person, who shall have attained the age of twenty-one years, and who shall have paid a county or territorial tax, and who shall have resided one year in said territory, previous to any general election, and be at the time of any such election a resident of said territory, shall be entitled to vote for members of the Legislative council and House of Representatives of the territorial legislature, and for a delegate to the Congress of the United States for said territory.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the citizens of the Indiana territory, entitled to vote for representatives to the general assembly thereof, may on the third Monday
April next, and on the third Monday of April biennially thereafter (unless the ral assembly of said territory shall appoint a
different day) elect one delegate for said territory to the Congress of the United States, who shall possess the same powers heretofore granted by law to the same.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That tach and every sheriff, that now is, or hereafter $1,000 for
Penalty of may be appointed in said territory, who shall neglect or reeither neglect or refuse to perform the duties fusal of sherequired by an act, entitled “An act extend ing the right of suffrage in the Indiana territo. ry, and for other purposes,” passed in February, one thousand eight hundred and nine, shall be liable to a penalty of one thousand dollars, recoverable by action of debt, in any court of record, within the said territory, one half for the use of the informer, and the other for the use of the territory.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That any persons holdperson holding, or who may hereafter hold, ing places of any office of profit from the governor of the profit, exclu. Indiana territory (justices of the peace and council, &c. militia officers excepted) shall be ineligible to, and disqualified to act as a member of the legislative council or house of representatives for said territory.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That each and every sheriff, in each and every county, cause electhat now is or hereafter may be established in tions to be
held under per said territory, shall cause to be held the elec- nalty of tion prescribed by this act, according to the $1,000 time and manner prescribed by the laws of said territory and this act, under the penalty of one thousand dollars, to be recovered in
the manner and for the use pointed out by the third section of this act.
J. B. VARNUM,
President of the Senate, pro tempore.
AN ACT for the relief of Richard Tervin, William
Coleman, Edwin Lewis, Samuel Mims and fo-
acres of land
Representatives of the United States of Donakon cer. America, in Congress assembled, That Richard tificate for 640 Tervin be, and he is hereby authorised to proto be granted duce to the register of the land office, and the Tervin, on his receiver of public monies, for the district east producing cer- of Pearl river, in the Mississippi territory, evitain evidence. dence of his having inhabited and cultivated a
tract of land in said territory, prior to the thirtieth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight; and in case such evidence shall be produced, the said register and receiver are required to grant to the said Rich. ard Tervin a donation certificate for such tract of land, not exceeding six hundred and forty acres.