22 June 1860 c. 183 12 Stat. 84

CHAP. CLXXXIII.- An Act to declare the Meaning of the Act entitled “An Act making further Provisions for the Satisfaction of Virginia Land Warrants,” passed August thirty one, eighteen hundred and fifty-two.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior, in executing the provisions of the act passed August thirty-one, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, entitled “An act making further provision for the satisfaction of Virginia land warrants,” be required so to construe the same as to authorize the satisfaction in scrip of all warrants or parts of warrants issued on allowances made by the executive of Virginia prior to the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, coming within the principles already recognized by the Department of the Interior in the execution of the provisions of the said act, and whether issued before or since the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two: Provided, however, That no warrant or part of a warrant shall be satisfied in scrip, founded or issued on any allowance made by the executive of Virginia since the first day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two.

APPROVED, June 22, 1860.

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