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INDEX.
DmbihtiP..s, Removal of, (continued.) Disabiltes, Removal of (continued)
Odom,Jolin B, Northampton Co N.C. 363 Porteoub, John F, Bearfort Co. S C. 436
Od )n, Noah It, Nouthampton Co N Porter, Andiew, Wilkeq Co. N C .... 362
C . .. ............ ....... ... 363 Porter, Benj unin F., Ala ........... 365
O'llagan, Charles J, Pitt Co. N C . 361 Posey, S. C, Ala ................. 366
Oigain, George C, Lunenburg, Va .. 389 Potts, M A., Monroe Co. Ga ..... 367
Orr, James L, S. C................ 387 Potts, M B, Monroe Co Ga ........ 367
Oi, Perry, Tr.insyl'.annia Co N. C.. 362 Powell, B F, Decatur Co Ga . 366
Onell, Robert, Cumberland Co N. C. 362 Powell, R. J., N. C.............. 365
O~born, James W, Meeklenbuig Co. Pressnell, Henr , Randolph Ci N C 364
N C ........................ 388 Preton, Alexainder R, Washington,
Osboine, Jetemiah, Tiansylvania Co. Va ...................... 389
N. C ........................ 362 Price, C deb, Ala. .......... 3866
Oman, John J., Greene Co. N. C ... 364 Puee, Jo'mn V, Snmt'i Co Ga 388
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Oteen, Thomas, Hende, son Co. N C. 362 Printup, Daniel S, Fovi, Ga ...... 387
Owen, Henry, Prince Eiwad, Va .... 3Sf9 Priolian, P, Brunswiok Co. N C ... 3b-
Owen, I L, Lynchburg, Va ....... 389 Pitcliiid, H. W, MeCklenhuig Co N.
Owen'vy, M, Hendersort Co N. C ... 362 C................. .362
Owen,; Gcorgc W., falifax Co N C 361 Psoctoi, Edwiard K, Robeson Co N.
Oivens, Newett 1), Wilson Co. N C . 361 C. 4.................34
Owens, R S., Htywood Co N C ".. 363 Pro'tor, John M, Ala........ 366
Pace, Lemder, H 'nder~on, Co N C . 362 Proctoi, R W, Edgetoinbe Co N. C. 362
Pad,,ett. Miles, N C ............... 365 Prudden, S C., Putnam Co Ga ..... 367
Page, George F., Leo Co Ga . ... 367 Puryear, William H, N C ....... 365
Page, Samuel M, Richmond. Va ... 3S9 Qulhian, M P., Wlitfield Co Ga . 388
Paine, George, Wilkinion Co Ga ... 387 Ragland, Thomas A, Rockingham Co.
Paine, Thomas S., Thma, Co Ga ... 367 N. C .... ............... ... .. 363
Pane, Barn thas, Gailtoid Co N C... 3b2 Ragsdale, J B , Ala ............. 366
Parih, R C , Ala ............... 386 Ragsdale, Wyatt, Guilford Co N C . 362
Paker, Andiew, Cleaveland Co N. C 362 Riford, Elijah G., Chnttahoochie, Ga 387
Parker, William W., Edgecombe Co. Rainey, W H, Glynn Co. Ga ...... 367
N C ........................ 362 Rains, Jameq, N. C .... . .... 365
Parlier, John F, Wilkes Co N C .... 362 Ramsey, Andrew, Edgefield Co. S. C 435
Parrot, James M , Lenoir Co. N C... 364 Ramsey, Isaac, Carteret Co N C.... 365
Parions, John, Alleghny Co N. C . 362 Ramsey, James, Madison Co N. C .. 363
Parton, A. L, Macon Co N C ... 364 Ray, Robert, New Oileans, La ...... 403
Passmore, Marion, C:ay Co N. C .. 388 Reade, Edwin G, Person Co N C.. 365
Patille, John W, Warten Co N C.. 363 Reece, F D, Alexander Co N. C.... 362
Patterson, Turner W. Roekingham Reed, James, Buncombe Co N C.. . 363
Co. N C ................... b5 Reed, James E, Bunconhe Co N. C 363
Patterson, William IV, Yadkm Co. Reed, Jiremiah S, Mecklenburg Co.
N. C .... ... ... ... ... ... .. 363 N. C ......... ... ..... .... . 362
Patton, J M, H- ywood Co N C ... 3863 Reed, John A, Halifax Co N C .... 361
Faulk, Thomas, Beirien Co Ga .... 366 Reed, Samiel, Transylvania Co N C 3862
Payne, Mirtin, Su,'iy Co, N C ....... 364 Reed, S W, Meklenhuig Co N C.. 388
Payto% Edward A, Hinds, Miss .... 389 Reith, Samuel, Richmond, Va ... 389
Pea son, Riehmond M., Yadkin Co N Reivei, Jesse, Yadkin Co N C ...... 363
C ......................... 36i5 Renningion, G W, Munioe Co Miss. 389
Pearon, R M , Yalkii Co. N C... 363 Respass, John B, Beaufort Co N. C. 361
Peck, J. P, Johnston Co N C ... 364 Ressas, James IV., Montgomery Co
PedigraJ. S, Suiry Co N C .... 364 N C........... ...... 363
Peed Josep'hus N C............ 365 Reynold, Wulliam E, Wilkes Co N. C 362
Pelham, Citailes, Ala . ......... 366 Rhodes, John C., Wayne Co N C. 363
Petaid, Levi, Buncombe Co N. C . 363 Richaitd,.on, John C, Dawson Co Ga 366
Petkin, Nmwton 1, Newton C') Ga 388 Rihardson, William B, Mooie Co
Periy, Theophilus P, Thomas Co Ga 367 N. C .... ............ .. 388
Perry, 'T'homnas I, Newton Co G t .. 388 Riehaid,on, W F, Union Co. Ark .. 403
Perry, Tho'nas J. Floyd Co G'a ..... 366 Richardson, William H, Dawson Go
Peteis, Thoma3 M, Ala .......... 366 Ga . ....................... 366
Petway, Redden S, Edgecombe Co. Richardson, W R, Wake Co N C .. 361
N C ....................... 362 Ri.hey, Daniel, Stanley Co. N C... 361
Phelps, Uiiah H, )avie Co N C .. 363 Risk, Harvey, Stanton, Va ........ 389
Phillip, Everett, N C ............ 3b5 Ritter, John, N C ................. 365
Phillips, Franklin, Johnston Co N. C. 364 Ritter, John S., Mooie Co N C ..... 363
Phillip, Ray, Johnston Co N. C .... 364 Ritter, Thomas W., Moore Co N C.. 363
Phillips, Samuel F, N C .......... 437 Rohason, Jesse, Beaufoit Co N. C . 361
Phipps, Joseph S , Forqvth Co N C.. 362 Robbins, L. N, Pickens Co S C .. 436
Perce, A L, Halitax Co. N. C ...... 365 Roberts, A J, Yancey Co N C . .. 388
Pool, George D, Pasquotank Co N Roberts, Amasa, Buncombe Co N. C. 363
C........................ ... 363 Roberts, John, Clay Co 'N. C....... 388
Pool, John, Pasquotank Co. N C ... 363 Roberts, Lewis H., Echols Co. Ga ... 388
Pool, W. G, Pasquotank Co N C... 363 Roberti, L H, Echols Co Ga ..... 366
Pope, John, Rindolph Co N C...... 364 Robertson, A. Sidney, New Oileans, .
Pope, Wiley I-., Ala ................ 366 La ......................... 388

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Robinson, Charles E., Chowan Co N. Sinclair, Jame.,, Robeqon Co. N. C.... 364
C .............................. 363 Singleton, John W., Pickens Co. S. C. 436
Robinson, F J, Oglethorpe Co. Ga.. 367 Skinnei, William R., Chowan Co. N.
Rodgers, Calvin J, N. C ............ 365 C ............................... 365
Rodgers, C. T.. Macon Co. N C. 364 Sluar, Jordan, Moore Co N. C ....... 363
Rodman, William B., Bea'fort Co. Smith, A E, Spattanburg Co. S. C.. 436
N C ............ ............... 361 Smith, A. Majion, Alleghany Co. N.
Rodwell, John J, Warren Co N. C . 365 C ............. ................. 362
Rodwell, William H., Yadkin Co. N Smith, Bluford D, Fulton Co. Ga .... 366
C ............... ... ... ....363 Smith, 1) B, Hano; er, Va .......... 389
Rogers, John W, W.rren Co N C.. 365 Smith, Dr E. H., Richmond, Va .... 389
Rogers, W. G. B., Union Co. Ga .... 387 Smith, E H, Jr,Richmond, Va..... 389
Ronahlon, Andrew J, Sumter Co Smith, F. M, Macon Co. Ga......... 387
Ga .... ................... .... 388 Smith, Hilliard J, Wake Co. N. C... 361
Ross, F. M., Mecklenhuig Co N C... 338 Smith, H M, Gieenville Co. S C .... 436
Ross, Z. C, Ark .............. 403 Smith, J. Botton; York, S C ........ 387
Roundtree, Chailes, Pitt Co N. C .... 361 Smiih, Jeremiah, Burke Co. N C..... 363
Rouse, Joshua, Lenoir Co. N C.. 364 Smith, M C., Thomas Co Ga ....... 367
Rull Luther, Beaufiirt Co N C ... 361 Smith, R M, Wilkes Co. N. C ...... 362
Russell, Daniel L, Jr., Brunswick Co Smith, Samuel P, Sr, Wilkes Co.
N. C ... ........... ...... ... 365 N. C ........................ 362
Ru,.ell, LL L., Brunswick Co N C . 364 Smith, William A., Johnston Co N C. 364
Russell,James T, Warren Co N. C.. 363 Snead, Thomas D., Johnston Co. N C 364
Rust, William M., Guidalupe, Texas. 387 Sorrell, Jacob, Wake Co N C ....... 361
Rutland, C. 1t, York, S C . ..... 387 SorreL, ILrael P ,Ruthei ford Co. N. C.. 364
R.icr%J. C, Cleaveland Co. N C. 362 Spach, Allen, Forsvh Co. N. C ...... 362
Salfold, Bltnamin F, Ala ......... 366 Spady, Edgar, Northampton, Va ..... 389
Saffiold, Milton J., Ala ............ 366 Spann, James, lenderson Co. N C... 362
Saffold, rhomas B, Moigan Co. Ga.. 388 Sparks, C. J, Rutherford Co N. C... 364
Sanders, H. T., Madison Co.-Ga. ... 367 Sparks, Reuben, Alleghany Co N. C. 362
Sanders, J., Twiggs Co Ga .......... 387 Speer, Aquilla, Yadkin Co. N. C ..... 363
Sanford, R C, Ala.............. 366 Speere, S, Yadkin Co N. C ...... 363
Sanford, Lemuel, Ala ............ 366 Spencer, George W , Caniden Co N. C. 362
Sappe, James, Ashe Co N C ...... 365 Spencer, W G, Lumpkin Co. Ga .... 388
Saunders, Peter, Sr, Franklin, Va. . 389 Spivey, Benjamin, Moore Co. N. C... 363
Srxon, L P., Montgomery Co Ala . 389 Spvey, 1 A. Gieene Co. N, C ...... 364
Saxon, Sydall P, Ala ............ 389 Spiutl, Eli, Washington Co. N C .... 363
Seli;t, lacob, Comal Co Texas.... 387 bSrgley, Joseph W, Ala ............ 366
Schrimhier, A J., Ala ......... 365 Stafford, Robert M, Guilford Co N. C. 362
Scog-gns, A. A, Rutherford Co N. C 364 Stafford, W. W., Alexander Co. N C. 362
Scott, B. F, Surrv Co N C ........ 364 Stamper, Solomon, Alleghany Co N C. 362
Serogins, A J, R. C ......... 365 Stancill, S R, Hendeison Co. N C.. 62
Seawell, Sarnuel W, Mooie Co N C 363 Stanley, Edward R, Craten Co N C . 364
Secrest, John C., Lancaster Co S C. 436 Staten, Joseph, Pitt Co N C ....... 361
Setlles, Horace, Quitman Co Ga 388 Steed, Alex anidtr S , Warren Co N. C. 365
Se, Mijors, Ala ................. 366 Stewai t, Jameb D, Jackson, Miss .... 389
Scllara, B A, Randolpi Co N C .. 364 Stigall, Aithur, Union Co. N. C ...... 363
Senter, l)eWitt C, Gianger Co Tenn 436 Stifley, H E., N. C .............. 365
Sergeant, Jam's T, Person Co N C. 364 Stilley, Hiram E , Beaufoit Co N. C-. 361
Sessions N M, Pierce, Gt . .. 387 Stimpson, E. B, Iitdcll Co N C.... 363
Settle, Thomas, Rockghaum Co" N C. 363 Stipe, William B , Forqyth Co N. C.. 362
Settle, Thomas, Rokingliamn Co. N C. 365 Stokes, John G, Ala ............... 436
S ,waid, James L, Tho n is Co Ga .. 387 Stokes, M C, Ala.. ............ 366
Shacklefoid, Chiles C, Madison, Miss. 388 Stolts, John MI, Foisith Co N C .... 362
Sham kleford, Henry, Culpepper Co Va. 389 Stone, Andiew T, 'Rocky Comfort,
Shatter, John J, Stokes Co. N C.... 363 Ark .... ........... ..... ...... 403
Sliankln, Julus L., Oconee Co S. C. 436 Stout, Naihaniel, Alamance Co N. C. 362
Shannon, Hugh, Mairay Co Ga. ... 387 Stovall, George, Carroll, Miss ......... 389
Sharpe, Alexander P , Iredell Co N C. 388 Stradley, David, Henderson Co. N C. 362
Shaver, Joh I, Rovan Co N C .... 388 Stiatton, Asa E, Ji , Matagoida,
Shaw, John F, Harnett Co N C .. 363 Texas ....................... .387
Shearrer, James, Clay Co N C ...... 388 Strin kland, A., Ala ................. 366
Shoats, C C, Ala................. 365 Strickland, Abraham, Brooks Co Ga. 367
Shelron, William V., Stokes Co N C. 363 Strkland. S. F., Paulding Co. Ga... 367
Sheppeid, John S., Bertie Co. N C... 365 Sri other, John R, Baldwin Co Ga... 367
Sherrod, William C, Ala ........... 366 Stubblefield, Thomas, Ala .......... 366
Short, Richard. Pitt Co N C..... 365 Sullivan, G C., Oktibbeha, Miss ..... 389
Shoumute, Tohiver, Wilkes Co. N. C . 362 Summels, Charles L , Iredell Co N C. 388
Shumak,'r, Lindsey M, Danville, Va. 389 Sumner, Henry, Newberry Co. S. C.. 387
Sibley, Horace, Mucon Co Ga ....... 387 Sykes, F W., Ala ................. 368
Sihley, J D, Huntersvule, Ala ...... 389 Sykes, W A, Monroe Co. Miss ...... 389
Sides, Johi G, Fousyth Co. N C ... 362 Talley, John B, Ala ................ 366
Simpson, James B., Galveston, Texas. 387 Tally, William H., Richland Co. S. C. 436

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Tarlton, Richard, Union Co N C.... 363 Walker, Martin, Rutherford Co. N. C. 304
Taylor, Francis W., Wilson Co. N. C. 361 Wall, Perry G, Apalachicola, Fla ... 388
Tayloi, Horace, Mceas, Texas ....... 387 Wall, W. S, TavlF Co. Ga ......... 388
Taylor, Jonathan, Berne Co. N C .... 364 Wallace, W. 0,'Rutheifoid Co. N. C 364
Taylor, Joseph, N. C ............. 365 Wallace, R. M, S. C ................ 367
Tajlor, Kinchen, Houston Co Ga .... 367 Walton, J N, Monroe Co. Miss...... 389
Taylor, R P, Granville Co. N. C .... 365 Walton, William A, Rowan Co N. C. 388
Taylor, W. L, Ala ................ 366 Waid, B K, Henderson Co. N C.... 388
Teague, James J., Alexander Co N. C 362 Waid, Clifton, Sampson Co N. C.. . 362
Teague, Wilham S, Alexander Co. Waid, John M., Ala .............. 366
N C ........................ 362 Ward, Robertson, Sampson Co. N. C.. 362
Terrel, Galen, Ala ................ 366 Ward, W. H, Oglethorpe Co Ga .... 367
Teriell, Eaton B, Stokes Co. N. C.... 363 Ward, W. W, Washinuton Co. N. C 363
Terrill, John D, Ala .............. 366 Wainer, Hiram, Mertiwether Co. Ga.. 388
Terry, W R, Richmond Co N. C ... 388 Wainoek, J. G M, Brooks Co Ga -. 367
Thomas, Chatles R., Craven Co N. C. 364 Warren, B H, Rli(bmond, Ga ...... 387
Thomas, Chailes R, Craven Co N.C. 365 W rren, Edward J, Beaufort Co. N
Thomas, D L, Beaufort, S. C ....... 38f - I............ ... ... ... 361
Thomas, George S., Filton Co. Ga... 366 Wasson, William F., Iredell Co. N C. 388
Thom is, William M , Greenville, S. C. 387 Waters, R. A, Twiggs Co Ga....... 387
Thoma~on, H, Yadkin Co N. C .... 3 63 Watson, George W., Ala .......... 366
Thompson, A. C., Houston Co. Ga... 367 Watson, Theodoje, Ala ............. 366
Thompson, Benjamin, N. C ......... 365 Watts, Andiew C., Alexander Co. N.
Thompson, G. H., Greene Co Ga.. . 367 C . .............. ... ......... 362
Thompson, John C, Surry Co N. C.. 364 Watts, John, Martin Co. N C ...... 364
Thompson, Joseph C, Alamance Co Watts, Samuel W , .Maitin Co. N C . 364
N C ........ ...... ... ....... 362 Weaver, Nathan, Alleghany Co N. C. 362
Thorn, Epira,.m, Newton Co Ga. ... 388 Webb, Charles H, MYlcDowell Co. N.
Thorn, J. A., N. C ................ 365 C . ......................... ... 364
Thornton, A. G., Cuinbaland Co. N. Webb, Charles N., Halifax Co. N. C. . 361
C ............. I ................. 362 Webstei, G A, Simpson, Miss ...... 389
Thointon, Henry 1, Al ........ .366 Wech, Samuel C, Yadkin Co. N C. 363
Thutton, L D, Brunwck Co. N. C. 364 Weisiger, Samuel 5, Amelia, Va ... 389
Tift, Nelson, Albany, Ga. ......... 427 West, Edwin M, Tallahassee, Fla..... 388
Timberlake, A. M, Franklin Co N. West, T. C, Clay Co N. C ......... 388
C ........ ..................... 361 Whaley, William, Wayne Co Ga..... 388
Timberlake, J. P, Ala ........... 366 Wheaton, Francis J., Apalachicola, Fla. 388
Tolleson, J. B, Spattanburg, S C . 387 Whelehel, Davis, Hall Co Ga ....... 367
Tompkins, C C, Ala ........... 366 Whisnant, Eli, Rutherfoid Co N. C.. 364
Tooke, Henry H, Thomas Co. Ga ... 367 Whistlei, William, Shenandoah, Va. . 389
Tooley, W. B, Hyde Co. N. C ...... 362 White, James C., Pi tsmouth, Va .... 389
Tony, John T., Ala ................ 366 White, R M, Mecklenburg Co N. C. 3t8
Tiaywick, James M, Pulaski Co. Ga. 388 White, Robert J, Pciqinans Co. N.
Trexler, Levi, Rowan Co N. C ...... 363 C ............ .............. 363
Tucke, Edward P, Ala ............. 366 White, Seymour, Jasper, Texas.... 387
Tucker, William T., Anson Co. N C 365 White, William A, Wanen Co. N C. 363
Tudmgton, A J., Harnett Co. N. C . 363 White, William W, Warren Co. N C 363
Tugman, James F, Wilkes Co N C . 362 Whitehead, W. H, Macon Co Ga. . 387
Tulbert, T. L., Yadkin Co. N C. ... 363 Whitely, Richard H, Dc(atur Co Ga 366
Tuiner, James M, Harnett Co. N. C 363 Whitney, Elijah, Randolph Co N C.. 364
Turner, John M, It edell Co N. C . .. 388 Whitted, Willium D, Henderson Co
Tweedy, Ephrain, Richmond Co. Ga. 367 N. C ......................... 362
Twtly, John, Lane tstQer, S. C ........ 387 Wiles, Amhioe, Wilkes Co N. C... 362
Upson, F L., Oglethorpe Co, Ga. ... 367 Wiey, J MeCaleb, Ale........... 365
Vail, Thomas L, Mecklenburg Co. N Wilkerson, John 1), Per-on Co N.C 361
C . ............................ 388 Wilkeson, Moses, Rutheiford Co N.
Valiant, Frank, Washington, Miss.... 389 C . ............................. 36t
Valiant, L B, Washington, Miss... 389 Wilkins, Haidy, Ala .............. .. 366
Vance, J W., De Soto Co Miss .... 389 Wilkinson, Henry, Lincoln Co. N C. 362
Vasser, E J, Monroe Co Mis ....... 389 Wilkinson, John, Wilson Co. N. C. 361
Vaughan, William E, Pasquotank Co Williams, Benjamin, Apping Co Ga 388
N. C.... ...................... 388 Williams, Benjamin, Henderson Co
Vaughn, A., M ieon Co. N C ........ 364 N. C ....................... .... 362
Vaughn, Frank, Pasquotank Co. N C. 36 Williams, Biyan, .Tohnston Co. N. C.. 364
Vaughn, W. 13, Stokes Co. N. C ..... 363 Williams, Chailes, N. C........... 365
Veneble, James, Surry Co. N. C ...... 364 Williams, George D., Yadkin Co. N.
Vestal, J N, Yadkmn Co. N. C...... 363 C . ............................ 363
Vestle, Simp~on, Alamance Co N. C.. 362 Williams, G. W., Yoik, 9. C ....... 387
Vining, A. 8, Murray Co. Ga...... 387 Williams, James, Ala............. 366
Volgqar, E A, Foryth Co. N. C..... 362 Williams, James K, Duplin Co. N. C. 365
Waggoner, Jonathan, Yadkin Co. N. Williams, John, Asbe Co. N C .... 362
C ......................... 363 Williams, John R, Davie Co. N. C... 363
Walker, Dawson A., Whitfield Co. Ga. 387 Willhams, Metts, York, S. C........ 387

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Williams, Richard J, Greene Co. N. definition of ........................ 126
C ....... ............. ........ 364 prohibited within six hundred feet of rec-
Williams, Rufus, Rutherford Co N. C. 364 tifying establishment .............. .129
Williams, T. J., Surry Co. N. C ... 364 further prohibited ............ ........ 130
Williamson, Peter, Rowan Co. N. C... 363 account of, to be kept by storekeeper .... 134
Willis, Larkin, Ala .............. 366 officer to examine progress of, at any
Wilse, Solomon G, Granville Co. N. time ............. ................ 139
C .............................. 364 prohibited on Sundays ................ 140
Wilson, Burr W., Ala ............ .866 illicit (see Penalty) ................ 142, 143
Wilson, W. G., Rutherford Co. N. C . 364 Distilled Spints,
Wimberly, James L., Stewart Co. Ga. 388 act to prevent frauds in the collection of
Wimberly, Jesse, Burke Co. Ga ...... 866 the tax on .................. ...... 34
Wimpley, J. A., Lumpkin, Ga ....... 387 provisions as to construction of...78, 256
Windley, George L., :Beaufort Co. N. not to be taken from warehouse for any
C .............................. 861 purpose until full tax is paid... 84, 78, 256
Windley, Samuel, Beaufort Co. N. C.. 361 definition of ......................... 126
Winstead, C S., Person Co. N C ... 364 proof defined ......................... 125
Winston, G N. Ala ............... 366 tax on, proof gallon, fifty cents ........ 125
Winston, William 0, Ala......... 366 tax on wine gallon, fifty cents, if below
Wiswall, Howard, Beaufort Co N C. 361 ploof .............................. 125
Wofford, J L, Tishoningo, Miss.. ... 388 tax on fractional part of a gallon same as
Wofford, William T, Barton Co Ga. 388 one gallon ......................... 125
Wombley, Charles, Ala..... ...... 366 sales of, by proof gallon ............... 125
Wood, J. S, Cobb Co Ga......... 388 use of, prohibited unless tax paid ...... 126
Wood, R P, Murray Co. Ga .... 387 to be drawn off every third day in pres-
Wood, V H., Ala ................ 365 ence of storekeeper ................. 131
Wood. William, Ala ............ 366 removed to distillery warehouse ....... 131
Woodard, James A, Chowan Co N. number of gallons of, distilled, sold, or
C .................. ....... . 365 placed in watehouse, to be accounted
Woodey, Samuel, Johnston Co N. C.. 364 for ............................. .. 133
Woods, W., Moran Co. Ga ........ 367 manner of drawing off, prescribed ....... 135
Woods, WdlhamM'Norgan, Ga..... 387 to be entered for deposit m distillery
Woodside, Robert W, Brunswick Co warehouse ........................ 135
N C ................... 364 may be withdrawn from"warehouse Qn
Woodson, Obadiah, Rowan Co N C 388 payment of tax .................... 136
Woody, Newton D , Guilford Co N C. 362 manner of delivery of, from warehouse,
-Woolr, T J., Marengo Co Ala.. 389 prescribed ..................... 136
Worrell, E. H, Troup Co. Ga. . 367 to be forfeited if not removed according
Wortman, Henry, Cleaveland Co N. to law .......... ................. 140
C .......................... 362 if seized, burden of proof to be on claim-
Wi ight, David, Montgomery Co N.C. 363 ant ............................. 140
Wright, J. W, Lynchburg, Va ...... 389 twenty gallons only of, purchased from
Wyatt, George M., Hdnry Co Ga 367 other than authorized dealer ......... 144
Wynne, R W,WakeCo. N C. 365 small packages of, not less than ten gal-
Yarhorough, Nathan, Floyd Co. Ga 366 lons, to be inspected, gauged, malked,
Yielding, John, Ala. ............. 366 and branded .................... 144
Young, J B, Stokes Co N C .... 863 when exported, drawback allowed ..... 147
Young, John, Iredell Co N C ..... 388 Secretary of Treasury to prescibe rules
Young, P M. B, Ga ............ 403 for exportation of.. .............. 148
Zackey, Mordecia, Jackson Co N. C . 363 quantity of, for exportaion, limited.... 148
Disburssmentof Public Moneys, in warehouse to be withdrawn, tax paid,
appropiiattons for extension of treasury in nine months, or forfeited ........ 149
building, by whom to be disbursed.... 305 stock of, on hand, retni n of, made to col-
for the construction of public build- lector ............... ..... ........ 149
ings in any district, who to make 306 stock of, on hand, if not stamped within
extra pay for disbursing moneys appro- thirty days, forfeited .............. 150
priated for the construction of public forfeited, to be sold subjeqt to tax ...... 150
buildins, not to exceed, &c ........ 812 in waiehouse, owners of, to pay, as spe-
D scharged Sosers and Saiors, cial tax, four dollars per barrel. .. . 150
preference to be given to, in the appoint- importation and use of in Alaska may be
ment of certain clerks ............... 43 prohibited .................... .... 241
Dzcharge in Bankruptcy, penalty ..... .................... 241
not to be granted in proceedings com- commission authorized to examine and re-
menced after January 1, 1869, to debt- port on meters for .............. 246, 247
ors whose assets do not pay fifty cents,- certain, used in testing meters to be deliv-
unless, &c ............. ............ 228 ered to surgeon-general for army hos-
Discharge. See Bounty. pitals ............. ............... 254
of a soldier, stated to be by reason of to be paid for, and proceeds, how ap-
"expiration of term of ser ice" to en- plied .......................... .. 254
title to bounty .... ................ 034 Distillers,
Dismal Swamp Canal Company, penalty upon, for defrauding, or attempt-
sale of certain stock in, owned by the ing to defraud the United States of the
United States, adjourned ........ 246 tax on spirits distilled byhim ........ 59
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forfeitdre, fine, and imprisonment..59, 60 for the district of Nebraska, appointment,
definition of ........................ 150 duty, and pay of. ............... 5
liable for tax on spirits ............... 125 DistrctAttorneqs,
of brandy, from apples, peaches, and appropriations for salaries of. .109, 110, 301
grapes, exempt fiom certain provisions salary of, for Nevada, establh~hed . .109, 110
of law ..... ....... .... .......... 125 appointment, &c. of, in Wyoming Teiri-
at their own expense, to furnish and at- tory .......................... .181
tach meter ......................... 125 law authorizing Attorney-General to em-
to give notice of intention to distil. .126, 127 ploy counsel to assist, repealed ...... 294
form of notice .... .......... ...... 127 no part of appropriation for expenses of
to give bond, to be approved By assessor. 127 coni ts to be paid to retain counsel to
amount of bond, condition, &c ........ 127 assist......................... 312
to furnish, in triplicate, plan of distil- District Courts of the United States,
lery......................... 128 times and places of holding and juuisdic-
to pay for locks and seals for distillery .. 131 ion of, in the distnct of Nebraska .... 5
to pay tax, two dollars per day, during terms of, in Tennessee ............... 80
suspension of work ............... 130 time of holding in the Southern district
to fainish to officer necessary keys of in Illinois .......................... 82
distillery .................. ....... 132 times and places of holding for the north-
not required to pay special tax as a ern district of Florida. .. . . 239
wholesale dealer ........... ..... 151 terms of, at Saint Augustine and Appa-
to give notice of any change in owner- lachicola discontinued.......... 239
ship, firm, place of business, &c .... 127 of California, or Oregon, or Washington
to keep account .................. 132 Territoiy, to have jurisdiction over of-
when deemed to have commenced work.. 134 fences under the act establishing the
may suspend woik on notice ......... 134 Alaska collection district ........ 241
to give notice to tesume work .......... 134 in Utah Territory, time end place of hold-
to give bond to pay tax on spirits waie- ing, and assignment of judges ..... 242
housed ....... ............ ... ... 136 term of, establis'hed in Burlington, Vt . . 274
to give notice to reduce working capacity 135, may be held in conit-house to be
139 there built............... 274
to furnish ladders, &c ................. 140 appropriations for expenses of..... 101, 294
special tax of ............ .... ...... 150 for judges and officers of the.. 109, 301
to make monthly return of number of for jurois and witnesses in.... 101, 294
barrels of spirits distilled .......... 150 District Judge,
of mineral oil, to pay tax as manufac- one to be appointed for the district of Ne-
turer ......... .......... ......... 168 braska ............................ 5
Distillery, his jurisdiction and salai y. ........... 5
still or distilling apparatus, set up, to be of Iowa, to act as judge in Nebiaska,
registered .......... ..... ....... 126 until, &c .......... .......... .... 5
registi ation of, account of, to be preserved 126 District Judges of the United States,
to be forfeited if not registered ......... 126 appropriations for salaries of ...... 109, 301
plan of, to be conspicuously displayed in District Marshals of the United States,
distillery ........ ................ 129 appropriation for the ......... .. 110. 301
plan of, changed only by consent of assess- District of Celumia,
or in writing .......... .... ....... 129 deeds fbr the conveyance of real estate in,
construction and ariangement of, pre- how may be acknowledged ........... 6
scribed ....... .... ...... ... ... 131 existing rights not afacted ....... .6
at all times to be accessible to officer ha- appropriation for relief of fieedmen, or
\ ing keys, &c ................... .133 destitute colored people in ......... 20
and apparatus liable for tax on all spirits how to be expended ............ 20
produced thereby ................. 125 certain statistics respecting publischools
change of ownership, superintendent, &c in, to be obtained, and reported to
of, notice to be given ........ ... 127 Congress at its next regular ses-
not less than eighty per cent of producing sion .......................... 26
capacity of, to be taxed ............ 134 See Commissioner of Edcaon.
storekeepei to have chaige of ......... 134 payment of expenses inemred by judges
when work to be resumed in...... ... 134 ofelection in Washington and Geoige-
to reduce working capacity of....... 138, 139 town, resolution relative to ... . 27
officer may enter at all times ........... 139 commissioners of election in each voting
officer may break open...,u ............ 139 precinct in those cities .............. 27
or distilling apparatus seized; when re- residents of, may change their names.... 33
leased .............. .............. 142 mode of procedure ............... 33
to procure and keep sign, form of . 132 temporary relief for the destitute in ap-
Distillery Jnspectors, propriation for ............. 41, 269, 309
yrovision for the pay of certain ......... 283 how to be expended ............. 41
i Wa, ehouse, jurisdiction of supreme court of, in cases
to be provided at expense of distiller .... 130 of contested elections in Washington,
entr for deposit, and entry for withdrawal D. C....................... 81,294
ofspirits in ................ 135, 16 expenses of courts, &C. in .......... 101, 301
Distilsn Apparatus, appiopriations for judges of courts in,
to be set up only on permit of assessor.. 130 &C.. .. . ..................... 109, 801
to be destroyed in case of forfeiture ..... 142 fitting office of registry of deeds of ...... 118

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for the care, &c of the deaf and dumb rules to apply only to ships sailing
of ........................ 309 without convoy ................. 484
for insane of the army and navy, &c. provisions in cases of capture and deten-
in .... ....................... 310 tion ...................... 484, 485
for indigent insane in........... 310 courts for prize causes ................ 485
for sixty transient paupers in.... 310 no duty, &c on prize ships, &c......... 486
act for the execution in the, of commis- prizes entering ports not to be seized. 486
sions issued by courts of other States, lawfulness thereof not to be ques-
&c. and for taking depositions to he tioned ...................... 486
used in such courts ........... 324, 25 privateers of hostile powers .......... 486
act relating to proof of wills in the ..... 340 further provisions as to......... 486, 487
"register of deeds" to be called "re- consuls, vice-consuls, &c............ .. 487
corder," &c......................... 341 residence and duties of ....... 487, 488
legal fees of recorder .................. 341 deserters from vessels ................. 488
deeds, conveyances, leases, &c recorded extradition of criminals ........... 488, 489
by William G. Flood declared legally onmes for which surrender is to be
recorded ......... ........... 341, 442 made ................. ......489
Flood declared entitled to fees, &c... 342 surrender, how to be made . . .. 489
warden of jail in, appointment, power, expenses ........... ....... 489
&c ... ... ................ .....342 no suriender for political offences. .. 489
Don, Beals and this convention to last for eight years.... 490
accounts of, to be adjusted and paid .... 430 Donahue, Ryan, and Secor,
Documents, Public. See Public Documents. to be paid for losses incurred in construc-
appioprations for exchange of ......... 95 tion of the monitor Camanche ....... 353
for distilbution of. ........... .. 100 Donnelly, Eliza,
provisions concerning .............. 285, 292 pension to ........................... 414
Dodge, Wiltiam 0., Doty, George W.,
pension to ........................... 426 name of, to be placed on navy register,
Dollar, &c.......... ........... .... 430, 482
equivalent of the United States in con- Doty, Julia L.,
verting currency into sterhng ........ 548 pension to ........................... 418
Dome of Capitol, - Drafted Men,
appropinations for tepairing, &c. 115, 306 claims for the refunding of amounts paid
Domicile, by, who furnished substitutes, &c. when
right of, secured, &c. by treaty with Mad- not liable to personal service or draft,
agasca ........................ 491 to be presented within two years...... 282
with Nicaragua .................. 557 Drawback, Internal Revenue,
Domiican Republic, of internal taxes paid on, on manufac-
treaty with, of February 8, 1867, of amity, tures, not to be allowed after June 1,
commerce, and navigation, and for the 1868, on exportation of articles on
surrender of fugitive criminals ....... 473 which there is no tax at time of expor-
provision in case of war ............. 474 tation ................ ........... 59
exemption from compulsory military ser- nor in any case, unless, & ......... 59
vice, forced loans, & ........... 474 claim for, must be presented before Oct.
right of residence, to do business, &c .... 475 1,1868 ........................ .. 59
hberty of conscience and religious wor- on exported spirits ................. 147
ship .......................475 when fraudulently claimed ............. 147
disposition of property ............ 476 Secretary of Treasury to prescribe rules
imports, tonnage, and other duties ...... 477 and regulations for ............... 1 47
coastiig trade reserved for citizens ... 477 appropratin for superintendents of.. 99, 290
discharge of vessels ........... 477, 478 Drawback, Exprat"s, and
what to be deemed Dominican vessels. . 478 internal revenue, appropriations for super-
no higher or other duties on imports .... 478 intendents of .................... 99, 290
on exports than, &c..... ...... 478 Drawbridge
no prohibition that does not apply to all may be erected over the Connecticut River
other countries...............478. 479 by the New Haven, Middletown, &c.
discriminating duties .............. 479 Railroad Company ................ 272
wrecks and cargoes of stranded vessels . 479 to be a post-road, &c.............. 272
trading from or to enemies' ports ...... 480 assent of Congress may be with-
blockaded ports................. 480 drawn ....................... 272
contraband of war ............. 480, 481 maybe erected over the Connecticut River
declaration of principles ............ 481 by the Shore Line Railway Company. 273
free ships make free goods ..... .481 to be a post-road, &c........... 273
neutral property and persons on assent of Congress may be with-
board enemies' vessels ....... 481,482 drawn ........................ 273
merchant vessels in time of war bound to Drawkeepersof Potomac Bridges,
an enemy's port to exhibit passports appropriationb for .............. 96, 286, 287
and certificates ..................... 482 Dredge Boats,
provision when ships have not passpoi ts two, to be built and operated to keep
and certificates to be examined .... 483 open the passes at the mouth of the
in case of master's death ......... 483 M ississippi .. ...................... 25
visiting and examining vessels and car- Drearzer, OrlafE.,
goes on the high seas .......... 483, 484 payment to .......................... 355

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Dreyer, Katharine, Eclipse Qf the Sun,
pension to, and for her minor children... 444 in August, appropriation for the obs-
Drggzsts and Chemists, vation of .......................... 278
no internal tax on certain stills used by.. 150 Edenton, North Carolina,
Dryer, Alice A., made a port of entry .................. 227
pension to ....... '................. 405 Education,
Dulnque and Sioux City Railroad, appropriation for salary of commissioner
time for completing extended to Jan 1, of' and his cleiks .................
1872 ............................. 38 appropriations for department of ........ 1065
route of road, and rate of completion .... 38 department of, abolished ............... 106
road to be one line .................... 38 office of, established ................... 106
limitation as to disposal of lands ........ 38 commissioner of .................... 106
Duhigq, David, treaty provsions for, among the
1 ension to ........................... 407 Sacs and Foxes ......... 497, 500
D.*Lth, Quapaws .................... 516
road from, to Bois-fort Indian reservation, Ottawas ..................... 518
appropriation for ................... 318 Miam s ..................... 522
Duplicate Checks, Pottawatomies ............... 534
assistant treasurer at New York and San Kiowas and Comanches ....... 583
Francisco to pay certain, &c .......... 43 Cheyennes and Arapahoes..... 595
Durding, Ann D., Utes .......... ............. 621
patent for land in Dubuque, Iowa, to is- Crows ............... ....... 651
sue to ............................ 415 Cheyennes ................... 656
Duryea, Wriqht, Navajoes ................... 669
may apply for renewal of patent ....... 455 Sioux .................... 687, 688
Duties, Shoshonees and Bannacks ..... 675
on exports and imports under treaty Nez Pereds ............... .. 694
with Madagascar ................. 492 See Titles of the several Indian T2 ibes.
with Nicaragua ............... 551,552 Education, Department of,
import, export, and tonnage, provisions appropiation for salary of commissioner 35
respecting, in the treaty with the Do- abolished ............................ 106
minican Republic .............. 477-479 Education, Office of,
Duties, Customs, appropriations for the .................. 291
upon umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades. 22 EducationalStatisties,
wire spiral furniture springs ........ 22 certain,'% the District of Columbia, to be
objects of art imported for presentation obtained and reported to Congress .... 26
and steam ploughs to be free of duty.. 23 See Commissioner of Education.
steam agricultural machinery..... 260 Edwards, Bartlet,
a certain marble statue of victory.. 260 pension to ......................... 361
the words "unmixed with silk" stricken Edwards, Came,
on1i of provision concerning tariff oil pension to ......................... . 361
webbings, beltings, &c.............. 24 Edwards, David W.,
repeal of duty on lastings not to apply to pension to children of................. 361
certain lastings ................. .. 24 Edwards, William B.,
cotton imported after November 1, 1868, pension to ........................... 412
to be free .......................... 34 Eichholtz, Hugo,
on cigars ........ ............. ..... 160 pension to ........................... 416
on copper and copper ores ............. 274 Eight Hours,
increased, not to apply to, &c...... . 274 to constitute a day's work for laborers,
machinery imported for repair only, to be workmen, and mechanics, employed by
free .............................. 271 the United States ................... 77
Duties, Dsscrimnatinq, Eiqhth Street,
exacted upon merchandise imported in city of Washington to pave western half
Hawaiian vessels, to be refunded ..... 21 of, between, &c .................... 307
Duties, Tonnage, cost to be assessed, &c ............. 307
on certain Spanish vessels, provisions con- Eletions. See Rebd States.
cermn ............................ 239 of delegates to conventions to establish
D' Wamish Indians, constitutions in certain rebel States, pro-
appropriations for the ................. 207 visions concerning ................. 3, 15
Dycher, Anne, as to the ratification of the constitutions
pension to ........................... 439 formed by the conventions ........... 3
all to be by ballot .... ................ 4
E. in Washington and Georgetown, in the
District of Columbia, payment of ex-
East PascagoulaRiver, penses incurred by the judges of ...... 27
budge may be built across by the New certificate of judges as to correctness of an
Qileans, &e. R R Co ............... 38 account to make it a legal debt against
drawbridge to be maintained ....... 38 the city ........................... 27
East River. See Bridge. commissioners of, to be appointed in each
act to establish a bridge across, between voting precinct ................... 27
the cities of New York and Brooklyn. 336, term of office, pay, powers, and du-
337 tieaof ...................... 27
Eckhardt, Catharine, falsely swearing in certain matters before, -
increase of pension to ................. 386 to be perjury ...................- 27

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Electkns (continued) Enited Persons in Navy,


in States lately in rebellion, to be deter- number of, limited to 8,500 ............ 72
mined by a majority of the votes cast.. 41 Enlistments, Army,
who may vote .................... 41 to be for term of five years ............ 318
representatives to Congress, and elective no new, in infantry regimentb, until the
officers provided for by the consttt- whole number of such regiments is re-
tion, may be voted for at the election duced to twenty-five ................. 318
held for voting upon the ratification of of chief musician in each regiment ..... 318
the constitition ................ .... 41 Enrolment and Licene,
act relating to contested, in Washington, of certain foreign-built vessels, act for the 122
D C.............................. 81 tax to be paid on each vessel equal to in-
See Washington, P. C. ternal revenue tax upon materials of
in Washington and Idaho Territories, act similar vessels of American build ..... 122
to regulate ......................... 339 Entry of Spirits,
Elective Franchtse, for deposit in warehouse, form of....... 135
in Washington, D. C., certain provisions for withdrawal of spirits from warehouse,
concerning ......................... 62 form of............................ 136
Electoral College, for export, form of.................... 148
States lately in rebellion excluded from Envoys Extraordinary,Mimsterl, 4-c.
the, unless, &c...................... 257 appropnations for salaries of ......... 56, 319
Electoral Votes, not to receive salaries while absent fiora
appropriation for messengers for convey- post, if, &c...................... 58, 321
ing, to seat of government ........... Ill Equipment and Recruiting,
Electricianof the Units?, appropriations for bureau of 69, 104, 277, 296
appropriations or the ............... 96, 286 Erie, Pennslvania,
Elks, (kptein Dan, term of cireut court of the United States,
payment to ........................... 376 to be held at ....................... 42
Elts, Aitjor John H, Error,
credit to be allowed to, in settlement of in proclamation of August 20, 1866, cor-
accounts .......................... 356 rected ............................. 701
Embezzlement, Eugene C,
refusing or neglecting to pay over pro- time or completing military road from,
ceeds of sales of captured, &c prop- to eastern boundary of Oregon, ex-
erty for, &c.to be deemed, and how tended ............................ 338
punished ........ ................. 251 Evans, Morris R ce,
the wilful neglect by consular officers to may be examined fbr admission to the
make returns, or the neglect to pay naval academy ..................... g0
over moneys due the United States, to Eeing Star Newspaper Company
constitute ... .................... 322 of Washington,'D. C., act to incorporate 225
penalty therefor ................. 322 Evidence,
of the funds, &c.of national banking as- testimony of witnesses and disclosures
sociations by their officers, accessories of parties, in judicial proceedings, not
to the, how punished .............. 339 to be used against them in criminal
Emigrant PassenqerSteamships, cases, 8w. in the United States courts.. 37
act to establish an American line of mail burden of proof to be on claimants, in
and, between New York and one or certain eases of seizure of distillery... 140
more European ports ............ 229, 230 to be on those asserting the loyalty
See United States Mad Steamship Lm of any person, to prove the same
Emigrants, affirmatively .................. 75
treaty with Bavaria concerning the citi- absence of proper revenue stamp to be
zenship of .......................... 661 prima facte evidence in- certatn cases
with Mexico .................... 687 that the tax has not been paid .... 156, 163
with Prussia ................... 615 certified copies of returns of postmasters
See Bavaria, Mexico, Prussia. and papers to be, in criminal prosecu-
"Emperor," The Schooner, tions, as they are now in chit cases... 197
certificateof registry,or, &c. to issue to.. 122 what to prove demand, in suits against
Engineer Department, postmasters to recover balances ....... 197
no new appointments, and no promotions copies of papers, &c. in the office of con-
in, until otherwise decided by law... 318 suls, &c. of the United States, duly cer-
Engineers, tified, to be admissible in evidence in
appropriation for office of chief of...35, 103, the coni ts of the United States ...... 266
204 Examiner of Claims,
of certain railroads, to make reports to in State Department, office of, abolished 96
Secretary of Interior, and when ......79 Examiners,
Engraving, in Patent Office, additional principal and
transfer of appropriation for paper, &c. assistant may be appointed ......... 10, 11
to ........ .................... 343, 344 Examiners in Chief
Engravingand Lithographtny, of patent office, provision as to the ap-
ap.ropriations for .................. 95 285 pointment of ....................... 294
Engravng Bureau, Exchange of Public Documents,
no work to be done in, for private parties 312 appropriations for expense of........... 95
Enlisted Apprentices, additional copies of public documents to
law authorizing the selection of ten, an. be printed and delivered to joint com-
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Execution Exports,
of judgments in capital cases, in the prohibited in the treaty with Madagascar\ 492
United States courts, act providing for 338 with Nicaiagua .................. 551
Executwe Departments, provision respecting dutieb on, in the
appropriations for the......96 - 106, 287 - 300 treaty with the Dominican Republic
act authorizing the temporary supplying 477, 478
Drawbacks,
of vacancies in ................... 168 Exports and
in case of the death, absence, &c. of head internal revenue, appropriations for super-'
of, who to perfoim the duties ...... .168 intendents of. ... .............. 99, 290
no appointment to be made, except to lilt Extension of Treasury Department Building,
a vacancy happening during a recess of apEropriatin for ..
Extra U-oples ............ 99, 291
the Senate ... .................... 168
head of other, may be directed to perform of public documents, costing over five
duties ..... ......... ............. 168 hundred dollars, not to be pitmted
but not for more than ten days..... 168 until, &c ........................ .285
in case of death, &c. of commissioner of Extradition of 6rimnals,
patents, who to perform duties ...... 168 act giving effect to treaty stipulations with
not to make contiacts for stationery and foreign governments for the ....... 337, 338
supplies for longer term than one year 246 persons accused of crime and delivered by
pay of messengers, assistant messengers, foreign governments to an agent of the
laboiers, and watchmen in, established 287 United States, to be brought within the
heads of, to report at next December ses- United States and tried, to be safely
sion of Congress, number of desks, transported Xad kept until after trial, &c. 337
clerks, dischaiges, pay, &c. and what the President may employ land and naval
reduction, if any, in number of clerks forces for the safe-keeping and protec-
can be made ................. 301 tion of the accused ................. 338
Erecatwe, &c. Expenses. See Legislative, 4-c Ex- the agent to receive the person accused,
penses. vested with the powers of a marshal of
appropriations foi ........ 92 -110, 283 - 300 the United States ................. 338
Executive Proclamations, penalty for knowingly obstructing, &c
provision for publication of, in newspa- such agent in the discharge of his
pers, in the District of Columbia, and duties, or for rescuing, &c such piis-
in several States .......... ........... 8 oner . .. ................ ....... 338
Exemptwn, treaty provisions with the Dominican Re-
from internal tax, wrapping-paper and public concerning ............... 488, 489
wooden ladders ................... 6convention, concerning, with Mexico, to
certain manufactures..........58, 59 remain in force .................. 688
mineral oil, &c................... 167 provisions of former treaty with Prussia
naval machinery .............. .. 336 conceining, extended to all the states
from customs duty, objects of art, im- of the North German Confederation... 616
ported for presentation to the United convention foi the, with Bavaria, to re-
States, &c ... ...... .... ........ 2-3 main in force without change ........ 662
a vertain marble statue .......... 260 convention for the, with Italy ........... 629
steam agricultural machinery .... 23, 260 See Italy.
certain cotton ................. 34
Exhibition See Universal Exhibit*n.
Umversal, at Paris, provisions concerning F.
the United States commissioner at... 19, 20 Falardo,Mary A.,
Expatriatio, and children, pension to ............... 423
the right of, declared to be natural and False Entry
inherent .................... 223, 224 made in books of account of distiller,
right of, recognized in the treaty with penalty for ......................... 133
Bavaria ........................... 664 False Returns,
Experimental Garden, of gauger ... ................... ... 147
appropriations for the ................. 298 False Weiqhts and Measures,
Explorznq Pxpedition, penalty for knowingly using ........... 141
certain volumes of the narrative of, to be Farmers', 4-c. Bank of Wilhamsburg, N. Y.,
delivered to the British Government. . 248 appointment of receiver of, may be re-
on Colorado river, supplies to ........ 253 voked ............... .... . 248, 249
and survey of line of fortieth parallel, re- Farrayut,Admiral See Captes.
pait of results of, to be published ..... 318 act relating to captures made by fleet of,
cost, how defrayed ................ 318
letter-press wolk to be done at public Fence, in May, 1862 ....................... 336
printingoffice ................ 318 around distillery premises, height of, lim-
appropriations for preservation of collec- ited .............. ............ 132
tions of. ........................ .07 Fendall, Philip R.
Exportation of Spirits, payment to the representatives of....... 356
bond for, conditions of .............. 148 Ferguson, Malinda,
quantity limited .................... 148 and children, pension to ............... 422
Expoit Bonded Warehouses, Fermented Liquorg,
may be established for storage of manu- not to be considered distilled spirits ..... 126
factured tobacco or snuff, in bond ..... 157 Fermentnq Tubs,
Exporters See Rum. descripti n of, and how located ......... 131
certain, of rum, act for relief of... 34, 78, 256 must remain emptied for 24 hours ...... 133

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Fetty, Fannie,
and children, pension to ............... 389 manufacture of, permitted at distillery
Fatty, John P., only for distillation of spirits ......... 130
pension to widow and children of ...... 389 Floyd, Rachel C.,
Fictitious Proof, pension to ........................... 448
of spirits prohibited ................... 141 Flynn, John
. N.,
sion to............. 451
Fifleenth Amendment, Fog- inaIs and Bells,
to the Constitution of the United States,
resolution proposing ................ 346 and buildings connected therewith, appro-
Fifih Auditor, priations for ............... 112, 113, 304
appropriations for the office of.. . 98, 173, 289 experiments with new illuminating ap-
Fider,Mary A., paratus and fog-signals ............. 113
may receive back pay due Henry Dren- Fen du Lac,
ning ............................ .456 grant for railroad from, &c. not abridged
Filson, Margaret, Forage,
by................................ 307
pension to ..................... 406 t
Fines, Penalties, and Forfeuuames, appropria ions for ..................
Ford, 1Mr7s. Lydia W.,
64, 316
incurred in Alaska, provision concermng
the remission of ................... 242 FoR bensrn to ........................... 460
F~'Robert,
Finlay, John .,
pension to ........................... 394 payment to ........................ 391
Fare-Arms, Foresgn.budt Vessels,
importation of, into, or use in, Alaska, certificates of registry, &c. to issue to .... 122
may be forbidden ................... 241 Foreign Interinarse,
penalty .......................... 241 appropriation ,for contingent expenses
First Auditor, of ..................... ........ 56, 139
appropriations for the office of .. 97, 173, 288 to beexpended only for what purposes 56
to audit accounts for appropriations by Foreign Mails,
Congress for charities and charitable appointment of superintendent of, author-
institutions ......................... 234 ized ............................... 196
First Comptroller of the Treasury, salary, clerks, and expenses ........ 196
appropriations for the office of. ...... 97, 288 appropriation for superintendent of ..... 297
First Presbyterian Church of Washington, for transportation of............. 323
act to incorporate the congregation of pay of superintendent of ............... 314
the ............................... 84 Forfeitures,
Fisher,Julia A., of pay, bounties, pensions, and allowances
pension to ........................... 450 by soldiers and sailors from certain acts
Fisk, Esther, not remitted ....................... 14
pension to ........................... 426 Forfeitures, 5-c.,
Fitch, Louisa, incurred in Alaska, provision concerning
! eas a to ........................... 382 the remission of ................... 242
Form,
appropriations for the .............. 207, 208 of oath to distiller's return ............. 133-
Flood, Witham G., stamp for warehousing spirits ...... 1385
deeds, conveyances, &c recorded by, in entry for deposit of spirits in distil-
the District of Columbia, declared to lery warehouse ................. 135
be legally recorded ............... 342 entry for withdrawal of spirits from dis-
entitled to fees for recording .......... 42 tillery warehouse .................. 136
Florida, entry for export of spirits ......... 148
the government existing in, March 23, tax-paid stamps on spirits .......... 136
1867, declared to be not legal ........ 14 stamp for stock of spirits on band... 149
if continued, how to be continued... 14 stamp for rectified spirits ......... 137
convention in, for framing constitution, stamp for wholesale liquordealer.. . 137
of whom to consist, and how appointed 3 stamp for tobacco ................. 156
admitted to representation in Congress, Fort Abercromie,
when, &c......................... 73 mail service from, to Helena, changed to
fundamental conditions ........... 73 post-coach service .................. 254
first meeting of legislature ............. 74 Fort Covington, Md.,
when act takes effect ................. 74 site of, to be sold ..................... .254
post-roads established in ............ 45,327 proceeds of sales, how to be applied. 254
for surveyor-general and surveying public Fort Gratiot Mlitary Reservaton,
lands in ..................... . 117,293 may be sold .................. _123, 124
times and places for holding the circuit fort to be divided into blocks, and sold
and district courts of the United States, by lots at public auction ............. 124
for the northern district of, established. 239 notice of sale, &c............... 124
terms at Saint Aagustine and Appalachi. remainder to be sold when and how ..... 124
cola, discontinued .................. 239 proceeds of sales ...................... 124
law for disbanding militia forces repealed Fort Howard Militarg Reserve,
as to ............... .............. 266 patent for eighty acres of, to issue to Chi-
repeal of act prohibiting the organization cago and Northwestern Railway Com-
of the militia foices in ............... 837 pany .............................. 252
Florida,Southern hstrct. See Prize Cases. Fortieth Parallel,
act to facilitate settlement of cetain prize appropriation for publishing report of re-
cases in ........................... 120 sults of survey of line of ........... 318

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1'brtrifcations, Frauds,
and wotks of defence, appropriation for against the United States, appropriation
repairs and preservation of .... 66, 174, 318 for detection and punishment of.. 11, 173,
on territory ceded by Russia to the Unm- A02
ed States, treaty provisions concerning 542 Freedmen,
Fort Leavenworth, appropriation for the relief of, in the Dis-
Leavenworth Coal Company may pur- trict of Columbia ................... 20
chase part of military reserve at ...... 392 how to be expended .............. 20
Fort Leavenworth Military Reservation, Freedmen and Refuqees. See Bureau, 4-c.
right of way across given to certain rail- bureau for relief of, continued for one
roads ............................. 122 year and re-established where discon-
aight of way across granted to the Leav- tinued ............................ 83
enworth and Des Moines Railway to be discontinued in any State,
Company .......................... 238 when, &c ...................... 83
to Leavenworth, Atchison, and North- educational division, school build-
western Railroad Company, if, &c. 238 ings, &c.................... 83
portion of, set apart for a public road.238, 239 officers of veteran leserve corps, and
road to be tree to the United States. 239 of volunteers .................. 83
Fort Monroe Arsenal, appropriation for late bureau of ........ 302
appropriations for .................. Freedmen's But eau,
66, 318
Fort Monroe Va act relating to and providing for its dis-
military storehouse at, may be rebuilt... 250 continuance ........................ 193
Fort Ontario, power, &c. of commissioner of, to be
New York and Oswego Midland Railroad perfoimed by whom ................. 193
Company to have right of way through vacancy in office ofecommissioner, how
public lands at ..................... 345 filled . ........................... 193
Forty-first Congress, happening in recess of Senate, duties
time of first regular meeting of the House to be diseharged by whom ....... 193
of Representatives of the ............ 346 army officer not to be detailed for such
Foster and Totwer. service, unless, &c................... 193
allowance to, for difference in cost of to be withdiawn from the several States,
crucibles ........................... 452 January 1,1869 .................... 193
Fountains,6-c educational department, and collection
appropriations for, in Capitol grounds... 309 and payment of moneys due soldiers,
Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, &c. continued ................. 193, 194
proclaimed as latfied by the legislature of assistant commissioners, agents, clerks,
Alabama ................... 705 &c.to be appointed by Secretary of War 193
Georgia ................ .. ... 708 duty of the commissioner and officers and
Louisiana ....................... 704 agents of, in the- collection and pay-
North Carolina .................. 703 ment of moneys, &c.due to certain col-
South Caolina .................. 704 ored soldicis, sailors, and marines ... 26, 27
declared to be adopted, if, &e.......... 706 in distributing relief to the destitute
dates of ratification of, by the several of the southern and southwestern
States ........................ .... 710 States .................... . .28
certified, to be adopted and declaied valid 710 (See Commissioner of Freedmen's Bureau.)
Fourth Auditor, Freeman, M4ahala Al.,
appropriations for the office of... 98, 173, 289 pension to ........................... 451
Fowle?, DeGrasse, Free of Duty, Customs,
administrators of the estateof, may apply objects of art, imported for piesentation
for exensioil of patent .............. 462 to the United States, &c ........... 23
Fowler, Georqe, certain cotton .... ............. 34
tmayply for extension of patent ...... 462 a certain marble statue of Victory may
Foay Id Wsc,,nstn Ri um s, be admitted ..................... .. 260
time for completion of improvement of, steam agricultural machinery ........ 23, 260
extended ........ ................. 20 Free of Postage,
Foxes, certain medals to soldiers may be sent - . 248
appropriations for the .............. 214, 223 Freer, Gasret W.,
Foxes, Sacs and. See Sacs and Foxes. pension to minor children of ........... 418
treaty with of October 1. 1859 ......... 469 French, Benjamin B.,
of February 18, 1867 ............. 495 payment to .......................... 381
Frank/ao d Arsenal, Friction Matches,
appiopriations for .................. 66, 318 may be carried on board passenger steam-
for paving and curbing Taconey ers, and how ....................... 22
Stieet, opposite ................ 318 Fry, Joseph A.,
FrankingPrivilege, pension to ........................... 417
letters to and from congressional prin-
ter, on business of office, to be free from used at distillery, to be accounted for.. .. 132
postage ........................... 40 Fur-bearing Animals,
act to restrict and regulate ............ 280 the killing of, in Alaska, prohibited ..... 241
to be exercised only by the written auto- penalty for ...................... 241
graph signature upon the matter may be authorized by Secretary of
flanked ................. ......... 280 ireasury, except ............... 241
other mail matter to be charged with FurnaceDoor,
postage .................. 280, 281 of distillery, how constructed, &c ....... 131

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Furniture Generals Commanding. See Bebel States.


for either house of Congress, to be pur- in the military districts, duties of, in regard
chased only how .................... 284 to registration ............. 2, 3, 14, 15, 16
Furniture and Repairs Gensler, Catherine,
for bureaus of Treasury Department, how pension to ........................... 410
to be bought, &e ........ 311 Geological Explorations
statement of disposition of old, to be made of public lands in Nebraska, to be con-
to Congress ........................ 311 tinned ............................. 119
Furs and Petries, Geological Survey
no person to trade for, within limits of of the Territories, by Professor Hayden,
lands of Sissiton, &c. Indians ........ 510 appropriation to continue the ......... 306
Fur Seal, "George Henry," The Schooner,
act to protect the, in Alaska ........... 348 certificate of registry or, &c to issue to 122
Georgetown, D. C,
provisions concerning elections in ....... 27
city of, to contribute its proportion to
G. the maintenance of the metropolitan
Gaither, Mary, police .......................... 116,307
payment of pension to ............... 384 to levy special tax therefor .......... 116, 307
Gallahue,Alpheus C., to levy special tax fbr public schools and
may apply for extension of patent ...... 461 school-houses ................... 120, 307
Georgia,
to be what .......................... 125 thu government existing in, March 23,
Gardner, Emily H., 1867, declared to be not legal ........ 14
pension to ........................... 454 if continued, how to be continued.. 14
Gate-Keepers convention in, for framing constitution, of
at the Capitol, to be appointed by the whom to consist, and how appointed.. 3
sergeant-at-arms of Senate and House admitted to representation in Congress,
of Representatives ............... 11, 12 when, &c............... .......... 73
their compensation, and how payable '12 fundamental conditions ........... 73, 74
Gates, Seth Al., first meeting of legislature . .... 74
allowance to be made to, in the settle- when act takes effect ................. 74
ment of his accounts ................ 465 fourteenth amendment of Constitution
Gauger, proclaimed to be adopted b ........ 708
instruments of, prescribed by commis- GermanialVatonal Bank of New Orleans,
sioner ............................. 125 to take debts, &c. of the City National
to affix tax-paid stamps on spirits with- Bank of New Orleans .............. 281
drawn from warehouse .............. 136 German States,
to make daily report of stamps used by provisions of postal convention with the
him ...................... ....138 North German Union may be extended
to return book of stubs to collector. ,... 138 to other........................... 580
may be transferred or suspended by su- Gestigei, John,
pervisor ................ .......... 145 pension to ........................... 453
to give bonds, to be approved by com- Gzbbo s, Henry S.,
mnissioner ....................... .. 147 allowance to be made to, in settlement of
to be under the charge of the collector.. 147 I accounts ........................... 464
to be paid bycollector ............... 147 Gift Concerts, Enterprises,ft.
to make daily returns in duplicate ....... 147 letters and circulars concerning, not to
penalty for fraudulent return of ....... 147 be deposited in any post-office to be
to gauge spirits manufactured prior to sent by mail ...................... 196
passage ot act ...................... 149 Gillaud, M.,
duties of ............................ 147 may purchase certain nnallotted lands of
appointed by Secretary of Treasury ....147 the Pottawatomies ........... 534, 536, 537
to ave charge of cistern-room ......... 131 Gittins, Lavinia A.,
to draw off spirits in presence of store- pension to .......................... 425
keepers ............................ 131 Globe,Daly. See Congressional Gloe, fc.
Gauging, reporting, &c. proceedings of Congress
labor and expenses of, to be borne by in ...................... 93, 171, 175, 312
whom ............................. 147 Godman, Second Lieutenant J. W.,
Gauss, Mary D., to be dropped from rolls, for absence
widow of Solomon, pension to .......... 426 without leave ....................... 263
General Land Otffwe, Gooey, Antoine,
appropiations for the .....100, 101, 172, 291
Gen;rf0.the may select one hundred and sixty acres
Army, of land ............................ 497
power.of disapproval of acts of command- Gold Medal,
ersof ilitary districts .............. 14 to be given George Peabody in the name
invested with power to suspend, remove, of the people of the United States .... 20
appoint, &c. any civil or military officer Goddell, John,
in rebel States .................. 14, 15 grantof half a section of land to ....... 497
Secretary of War to employ counsel for Goodell, Jidia A.,
the defence of, in certain cases....... 248 grant of a quarter-section of land to..... 497
and admiral of the navy, to inquire into Gorham, George F.,
and report upon the Ryan-Hithcock pension to ........ - .- .............. 396
mode of marne fortifications ........ 346 to be paid to hi-guardian .......... 396

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Goulding, Capt. Charles N., Great Britain and Ireland, (continued.)


allowance to, in settlement of accounts.. 375 postage on transit letters, newspapers,
Gouler, Charles, &. ................................ 546
pension to children of.................. 394 registered letters or packets ......... 546
Gouler, Emerance, postage thereon ................... 546
act granting pension to, repealed ....... 394 registiation fee ................... 546
Government Agent, postages to be accounted for by each
on each mail steamer between San Fran- office .............................. 546
cisco, Honolulu, Japan, and China .... 195 transit of closed mails through each
annual salary ................. 195 country ........................ 546, 547
Government Hospital for the Insane in the Des- account to be rendered of contents.. 547
tnct of Columbia, rates of postage for territorial transit of
appropriations for the support of.....233, 310 letters and newspapers ............... 547
for the purchase of additional land certain transfers of closed mails not to be
for ........................... 310 deemed territorial transit ............ 547
Government Printinq Office, rates of postage for sea conveyance of
letter-press printing and book binding, in closed mails ........................ 547
all the departments and bureaus, except, combined territorial and sea. rates ....... 547
&c. to be done at .................11 United States pobtage on single letter... 547
to do printing connected with revision, Britibh postage ................... 547
&c. of statutes ................... 111 exchange of correspondence between the
law regnlating price of printing at, re- United States and Bermuda .......... 547
pealed .... ....... ... ........... 120 and St. Thomas and San Juan.. .. 547
prce, how to be determined ....... 120 British Post-Office to prepare quarteily
letter-press work of publishing report of sepaiste accounts ................... 547
results of exploring expedition, &e to accounts to be incoiporated in geneial
be done at ....... ................ 318 accounts ....................... 547, 548
Gvernor's Island, New York, equivalent of the United States dollar... 548
ordinance stores to be kept at .......... 248 official communications between the of-
"Governor," The Schooner, fices not to be accounted ............ 548
certificate of registry, or, &c. to issue to. 122 regulations to be made, and, how tei m-
Gradmq able .................... .......... 548
public grounds, appropriations for .. 13 existing conventions to cease when this
by whom to be expended .......... 13 act takes effect ................... 548
Graham, Mary, this convention, when to take effect and
Pension to....................... 369 how terminable ..................... 548
Grain,I postal convention with, of July 28, 1868. 691
used in distilling, to be accounted for .... 132 exchange of mails, between what offices
" GrandIsland" Land District, and to include what ................. 691
in Nebraska, established, and general pro- mails, how to be conveyed ............. 691
visions concerning ................ 224 rates of postage and weight of letters... 691
GrandRiver Band of Ute Indians, delivery of coriespondence ............. 691
treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ....... 619 unpaid letters ...................... 691
See te Indians. each office to keep postage it colects .... 691
Grant, Albert, letters, &c. how stamped ............... 691
payment to, for debts due A. Grant and dead letters, newspapers, &c............ 692
Company ......................... 374 detailed regulations may be made ....... 692
Grant, Clarissa K., when to terminate ................ 692
pension to ........................... 453 convention, when to commence and how
Graves, Esther, to terminate ........................ 692
pension to ........................... 420 Gseatheouse, Henry,
Great Britain, claim of, for carrying the mails, to be
government of, to be requested to put an settled . .......................... 357
end to that part of the treaty for the Great Miami River,
suppression of the slave-trade which occupants of islands in, and of lands ad-
requires the keeping up of mixed jacent thereto, not disposed of, may
courts ............................. 321 have the preference to enter them at
Great Britain and Ireland, $ 2 50 per acre ..................... 39
postal convention with, of June 18, 1867 545 mode of entry, and time of payment 39
exchange of correspondence ........... 545 aents to issue therefor ........... 39
to include what ................... 545 Green, Eos,
each office to despatch mails ........... 545 pension to ........................... 446
rates of postage ...................... 545 Greenhouses,
weight of single letter, e ............ 545 appropriations for .............. 95, 286, 309
letters insufficiently paid, or wholly un- Gridley, fohn,
paid, subject to fine ............... 545 pension to ........................... 410
fines, how disposed of ........... 545 Griffn, Owen,
postage on newspapers, &c............. 545 pension to..........................425
to be prepaid ..................... 545 Grisivold, Matthew C.,
book packets ..................... 545 pension to ........................... 407
prohibited papers not to be delivered .... 546 Gros Ventres,
customs duty in the United States ...... 546 appropriations for the ................. 199
certain postages collected in the two coun- Grouns, Public,
tries, to be equally divided ........... 546 appropriations for ...... 96, 117, 118, 172, 176

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"G " Street, Washinqton, D. C., Harris, John W.,


appropriations for improving ........ 115,307 pension to ........................... 386
city of Washington to pave north half of, Hartt, Celestia P.,
between, &c..................... .. 307 payment to, for use of a patent ..... 461,462
cost to be assessed against private prop- Hauser, Danild,
erty ............................... 307 pension to ........................... 439
Gulf Coast, Hawaiian Vessels,
appropriations for survey of ........ 112, 302 discriminating duties exacted upon mer-
Gunnery txprniets, chandise imported in, to be refunded.. 21
officer in charge of, at Washington navy Hay and Straw,
yard, to receive no greater pay than, &c. 279 in the District of Columbia, when sold by
Guthrie, James A., weight, to be sold by the net hundred 225
pension to ........................... 360 twenty hundred pounds to make a ton.. 225
Guthie, Madge K, Hayden, Pofesser,
pension to ........................... 457 appropriation for continuing the geologi-
Gutline, Robert B., cal survey of the Territories of the
pension to ........................... 457 United States, by ................... 306
Geyamas, Hayes, Bridget,
salary of consul at, established ......... 57 pension to ........................... 449
Hayti,
salary of minister resident and consul-
H. general to ....................... 58, 321
Hackleman, Sarah, Heads of Departments,
pension to ........................... 427 to turnish Attorney-General, &c. informa-
former pension discontinued ............ 427 tion in reference to matters in court of
Rames, Sarah R, claims previously passed upon by such
pension to ........................... 459 department................... .... 76
Bakedadi, 0 may send certain cases to court of claims,
salary of consul at, established ......... 320 &X............................. 76
Hall, Cyrus but only such as can be commenced
pension to ........................... 453 in such court ................... 77
Hal, Hinman L, such claims how to be proceeded on 76
pension to ........................... 415 to report, at next December session of
Hall, Juliet E., Congress, number of desks, clerks, &c 301
pension to ........................... 451 Heatherly,James,
Hall, Z Al, pension to children of .............. 394
amount of tonnage tax to be refunded to 433 Heatng and Cooking Stoves,
Hallett, Jeremiah S., appiopriation for, for army ........... 66, 317
pension to ........................... 396 Heating and Ventilation,
Hamel, Edward, of Senate, appropriations for... -....93, 284
pension to ........................... 382 of library of Congress anti Supreme
Haniiton, Ann B, Court rooms ...................... 96
pension to .......................... 413 Heating Apparatus,
Hamstead, Charles, appropriations for .................... 114
pension to .......................... 407 Helena, Montana, Territory,
Hannibal, Missouri, mail service between, and Fort Aber-
made a port of delivery ............... 42 crombie, to be changed to post-coach
.Harbors,W,, service ............................ 254
lighthouse board may place warnings over Hennessy, Michael,
obstructions in ..................... 249 pension to ........................... 372
Harbors and Rivers, Henry, Violet,
repair, &c.of public works on ......... 174 pension to ........................... 399
Harlanand Holtingsworth, Hiben, Elizabeth G.,
payment to ......................... 380 pension to ........................... 414
Harmon, Malinda, Hibben, John G.,
name to be placed on pension roll ....... 352 pension to ............................ 414
Harmon, Matilda, Higgns, Kate, '
act granung pension to, repealed ........ 352 pension to ........................... 420
Harper'sFerry, "Highland Mary," The Brig, -
lands, &c of the United States at, to be American legister to issue to .......... 258
sold ... ............... ... .... 265 Hitchcock, Hiram,
terms of sale ...................... .. 265 pension to widow and children of...... 405
Secretary of War to execute deeds .... 265' Hitchcock, JaneE.,
advertisements in newspapers ......... 265 and children, pension to .............. 405
proceeds of sale, how to be applied ..... 265 Hoag, Edwin B.,
surplus to go to West Virginia, for school payment to ...........................454
fend ..... ......... ............. 265 Hobart, Mrs Ella E.,
portions of the property td be conveyed payment to be made to ................ 465
to Storer College ................... 266 "Hochwga," The Barge,
other parts to other persons ........ 266 certficate of registry, or, &c. to issue to.. 122
suit respecting property at, pending in Holcomb, Asa F.,
circuit'court of Jefferson Co., West pension to ............ ......... 410
Virginia, to be removed to circuit court Hollister, Befs M.,
of the United States....:........... 253 payment to. ,.................... 437

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Holly, Wayne, and Monroe Railway Co., Howard, Anna M.,
in Michigan, may have subscriptions to pension to .......................... 384
capital stock stamped ............... 272 Howard, Mark,
mode of proceeding, &c ............ 272 accounts of, how to be adjusted ......... 421
Holman, Andi ew, Howe, David,
pension to widow and children ......... 397 ension to ........................... 358
Holman, Kezia, HvowLnd, Prescott Y.,
and children, pension to ............... 397 -pension to ........................... 411
Hong Konq, China, Huelon, Joseph M,
postalconvention with the colonial gov- pension to ....... ................... 442
ernment of, August 10, 1867 ......... 563 Hudson River West Shore R R Co,
offices of exchange established ......... 356 right of way gianted to, over government
correspondence to be exchanged ...... 563 pro perty at West Point, N. Y ........ 33
rates of exchange upon letters, news- Huggins, Jacob,
papers, &c ......................... 563 pension to....................... 449
no postal accounts to be kept ........ 563 Hgls, Comander Aaron K.,
letters, &c. to be stamped " paid all ".... 563 to be restored to active hst of the navy.. 433
letters, &c. not delivered, to be returned Hughes, John W.,
monthly ........................ 563, 564 pension to ........................... 395
exchange of mails between Japan and Hunter, Captain Charles,
H ong ........................ 564 payment to .......................... 455
letters from Hong Kong to the United Hunter, Henzry H.,
States ma San Francisco ............ 564 pension to........................... 393
detailed regulations may be made ....... 564 Huston, Margaret,
how perminable ................... 564 pension to ........................... 372
Honorary Commiss~oner Hutton, Mary J.,
of the United States at the Universal pension to ........................... 445
Exhibition at Paris, provisions con- Hydration
cerning ............................ 19 of senate chamber, appropriation for .... 64
Hoop Va lley, Hydrometers,
appropi Lation for settlers of ............ 221 to be provided by commissioner ........ 125
Hooper, James, Hygeia Hotel,
payment to, for loss of the General Berry 380 Henry Clark may enlarge .............. 431
Horses,
appropriation for purchase of, for artillery I.
and cavalry ................. 35,314,317
HospitalDepartment. See Medical, 4-c. Depart- ]ce
ment. used in distilling, provision concerning.. 132
of the army, afppropriations for ....... 64, 316 Idaho Territory,
Hospitals. See Asy ems. post-roads established in ......... 46, 188,333
certain to be closed after present year.... 302 appiopriations for government of..109, 300,
Moulton, Me., 313
to be port of entry of Aroostook col- for office of surveyor-general of 101, 115,
lection district ...................... 273 292, 306
House of Representatives, fbr surveys of public lands in ... 116, 308
appropriation for stationery, for news- for Indian service in ........... 220, 222
papers, and miscellaneous ............ 8 assay office established at Boise City in.. 270,
power of sergeant-at-arms of, as to ap- See Assay Office.
ontments of watchmen, gate-keeper, commissioners of Ada County may select
c.......... ..................... 11, 12 a site for a territorial prison for ...... 282
as to making rules and regulations sessions of legislative assembly of, to be
to secure the Capitol from deface- bienmail ........................ .. 300
ment, &c ...................... 12 election for delegate to the Forty-second
contingent fund of, payment into, of Congress, when to be held ........... 339
moneys appropriated for pay and uni- for other officers ................ 339
form of watchman, &c .............. 12 subsequent elections ................... 339
appropriation for deficiency in contingent lilmols,
expenses of .................... ... 35 post-roads established in ......... 46, 188, 328
members of, limited in newspapers and terms of district court, in southern dis-
stationery .......................... 35 tnct of......... ..... ........... 82
appropriations for expenses of ........ 63, 284 Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Company,
for pay, &c. of members of....... 93, 284 may build bridge across the Mississippi,
for contingent expenses of ....... 94, 285 opposite St. Louis ................ 123
salaryof reading clerks of, established... 285 rights and privileges of the company .... 123
clerk of, to pay contestants for seats in, a bndge to have one span of at least five
certain sum for expenses ............. 310 hundred feet ....................... 123
deficiency appropriation for ............ 312 to be a post-road ................. 123
folding documents, laborers ........ 312 tolls and fares ................... 123
joint commnttee on retrenchment .... 312 may execute mortgage and issue bonds.. 123
how'to be disbursed ........... 312 suits by and against the corporation ..... 123
Congressional Globe and Appendix 312 directors and meetings of the corporation 123
reporting, &c. debates ............. 312 Illinois Iron and Bolt Company,
time of first meeting of, of the 41st Con- part of judgment obtained against, to be
gress .............................. 346 refunded to ........................ 456

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7lluminating Apparatus, Indian Department, (continued.)
c
experiments with new, & .............. 113 salary of superintendent for Mon-
approptiations for new .0.........4..... 34 tana and Idaho to be $ 3,000 per
Immigration, annum ..................... 198
the act to encourage, repealed .......... 58 services of agents to be dispensed
Impeachment Trial, with when practicable ........... 199
appropriations for expenses of ....... 60, 118 same person, when possible, to per-
Imhported Manufactured Tobacco and Snuff, form duties of two agencies for
certain, to be placed in bonded warehouse one salary ..................... 199
and not withdrawn, until, &e......... 158 vaccination and vaccine matter ........ 198
if imported after, &c. to pay internal rev- buildings, and agencies, and repairs .... 199
enue tax in addition ................ 158 contingencies ................... .... 199
Imports, fulfilling treaty stipulations with the
declaration as to truth of invoices of, to Apaches ......................... 199
whom to be made ................... 226 Arapahoes ....................... 200
certain, prohibited in the treaty with Mad- Arickarees ..................... 199
agascar .................... ...... 492 Assinaboines .................... 199
with Nicaragua .................. 551 Bannocks ........................ 222
provisions respecting duties on, in the Blackfeet Indians ............. 215, V7
treaty with the Dominican Republic .. 477 Bois Fortes ...................... 201
of machinery for repair only, to be free.. 271 Calapooias .................. 200, 218
See Duties. Cayuses .................. ...... 218
Impost Duty Chastas ......................... 200
on cigars imported .................... 160 Cherokees .................... 222, 223
Improvements, Public, Cheyennes ................... 200
none to be paid for by the United States, Chickasaws ................... 223
to be made in Washington, until after Chippewas .200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 211
appropriation therefor ............. . 177 Choctaws ..................... 205, 223
no contract to be made for any, for larger Clackamas ....................... 200
sum than appropriated .............. 177 Comanches .................... 199
penalty for knowingly exceeding, &c. 177 Creeks ...................... 205, 206
ccIndependent School Dstrict," Crows ..................... ... 207
title to certain public lands in lBarngton, Dakotas .................. 215, 216, 217
Iowa, confirmed to ................ 82 Delawares ....................... 207
Independent Treasury, D'Wamish ....................... 207
appropriations for the .............. 107,299 Flatheads .................... 207, 208
Indiana, Boxes ........................ 214, 223
commission to be appointed to ascertain Gros Ventres .................... 199
the amount of money spent by, in rais- lowas .................. ....... 208
ing, &c State forces during the rebellion 9 Kansas .......................... 208
commissioners to do what, and their pay 9, 10 Kickepoos ................ .... 208
certain disbursements to be allowed ..... 9 Kiowas .. ...................... 199
others not to be ................... 9 Klamaths .......... . . 208
in stating the account, certain items of Kootenays ...................... 208
expenditure to be given separately .... 9 Lake Winnebagoshish ......... 203, 204
rates of compensation to be allowed ..... 9 Lower Bruds ............ 215, 216, 217
commissioners to make written report to Makabs .................... 208, 209
Secretary of Treasury ............... 9 Mandans ...................... 199
accounts to be audited, and sums found Medawatantons ............. .. 221
due to be paid ...................... 9 Menomenees .................. 209
post-roads established in ...... 46, 189, 328 M iamies .................... .... 209
Indian Affais, Middle Oregons ............... 205
the supervisory and appellate powers as Minneconjous ................. 216, 217
to, now vested in the Secretary of the Missourns...................... 211
Treasury, to be exercised by the Secre- Modocs ......................... 208
tary of the Interior ............... 228 Molallas ............. ........... 200
Indian Bureau, M olels .......................... 209
appropriation for temporary clerks in ... 234 Navajoes ........................ 221
Indian Commission, Nez Perces .................. 210, 211
appropriation for expenses of .......... 80 Nisquallys ...................... 210
Indian Country, O'Gallalas .................. .216, 217
- appropriation for expenses of commis- Omabas ......................... 211
sioners sent by President to .......... 1 Onk-pah-pabs................ 216, 217
Indian Delegations, Osages ..................... .... 211
appropriations to pay expenses of eertin, Ottawaq .. ...................... 211
visiting Washington, to negotiate trea- Ottoes .......................... 211
ties, &c...................... .. .. 8 Pawnees ................. 211, 212, 222
Indian Department, Pembinas ........................ 204
appropriation for current and contingent Pillager Bands ............... 203, 204
expenses of, and for ffilllling treaty Poncas ....................... 212, 222
stipulation with various Indian tribes, Pottawatomies ............ 212, 213, 221
for the year ending June 30,1860 .198 -223 Pnyallups ....................... 210
eupernteudenta, agents, sbttb agents Quapaws ........................ 213
clerks, ipterpreters, &c............ 198, 199 Quil-leh-utes .................. 213, 214

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fulfilling treaty stipulations with the settlement of Shoshones and Bannocks
Qul-nai-elts .............. ... 213, 214 on Fort Hall reservation ............. 222
Red Lake ...... ............. 204 treaty stipulations under treaties not
Rogue Rivers ................... 214 ratified............................ 222
Sacs ......................... 214, 223 to be expended under direction of
Sans Ares ................. 216, 217 Lieutenant-General Sheman ..... 222
Scotons ..................... 200 mode of delivery of goods, &c to Indians 222,
Seminoles ............. ... ..... 214 223
Senecas ..................... 214, 215 to be in presence of military officer.. 223
Shawnees ........................ 215 appropriation for toll-bidge for Sacs and
Shoshones ................. 215, 222 Foxes over Great Nemaha river, to be
Sioux ...... 215, 216, 217, 219, 221, 222 applied to what purpose .... ...... 223
Sissetons .... .............. 217, 221 expenses of Cheiokee delegation to Wash-
Six Nations ........ ............. 217 ington ........................ 223
S'Klallams ............... .... 217 claim of Choctaws and Chickasaws to be
Snake .................... . 218, 219 examined ...................... 223
Tabeguache Bands .......... 217, 218 Mendoeino Indian reservation in Califor-
Texas ...................... 220 nia to be restored to public lands and
Two Kettles ............... 2.16, 217 offered for sale ................ 223
Umatillas .................... .218 impiovements, piovided for......... 223
Umpquas ............... 200, 218 appropiation, in part, for expenses of,
Upper Pend d'Oreilles .......... 208 and for fulfilling treaty stipulations.. 275
Upper Yanctonais ........... 216, 217 for Yaneton Sioux tribe ....... 275
Utabs .......... ...... . ... 217 to be consideied as an offset to
Wahpetons ................. 217, 221 claims of these Indians for 6er-
Walla-Wallas ................. 218 vices, &c................... 275
Waupakoota .................. 221 Indian Hostilities,
W iclhtas ............ ..... 220, 221 claimants for property lost in the suppres-
Winnebagoes ............... 218, 221 sion of, in Oregon and Washington, to
Yakamas .................... 219 be paid judgments in their favor .... 24
Yanctons ................... 219, 222 in California, appropriation for expense
Yanctonas ................. 216, 217 of suppressing ..................... 175
Indian service in Arizona Territory..219, 222 Indian Office,
in California ....... 219, 221 appropriations for the ............ 100,291
in Colorado Territory .... 219 Indian Reservatwns,
in Dakota Territory ...... 220 appropriations for survey of the Osage.. 118
in Idaho Territory ..... 220 in Utah Terntoiy .. ........ .... 119
in Montana ............ 220 the Omaha and Winnebago ........ 119
in Nevada ............. 220 Indians,
in New Mexico ......... 220 districts to be selected for permanent
in Oregon ......... 220, 221 home for certain, by commissioners . . 17
in Utah Territory ....... 220 members of tribes only to enter there-
in Washington Territory. 220 on ............................ 17
removal of scattering bands of Chippewas not to interfere with travel on high-
in Minnesota, to reservation, near ways nor with certain railroad
White Earth lake .................. 204 routes ..................... 17
money and rations ............. .. 204 appropitations for feeding destitutefriendly 176
mill at Red lake ................ .204 accounts for, to he investigated ........ 176
removal of certain refugee Creek Indians commission to investigate ............. 176
from the Red river to the Creek goods, groceries, &c.not to be delivered to
country ........................... 206 the Sisseton, &c. Sioux, unless in pay-
census and claims of loyal Creeks, refu- ment for labor or for produce delivered 510
gees, &c .................... 206 to be improved in civilization, &c ... 510
no part to be paid until, &c......... 206 Indian Tribes,
in delivering annuities to the bands of act to establish peace with certain hostile 17
Sioux, if any peisons of the bands are the President to appoint a commission .. 17
permanently absent, their shares may commission to consist of whom ......... 17
be withheld ... ... ............... 217 powers and duties of.......... 17, 18
if any are hostile, their shares go to transportation and subsistence of... 17
the rest of the bands ............ 217 permanent home for certain, to be selected 17
removal and subsistence of Indians in services of mounted volunteers may be
Oregon and Washington Territories . 221 accepted to suppress hostilities with... 17
settlers of Hoopa Valley .............. 221 pay, subsistence, &c. of....... .. 17
Smith river reservation discontinued ... 221 appropriation for expenses under this act 17
interest on non-paying stock ........ 221, 222 appropriations for fulfilling treaty stipu-
on abstracted bonds for Cheiokee lations with ................ 80, 198-223
school fund .... ............... 222 Indictments,
delivery of .annuities in Minnesota and time for finding, in courts of the United
Michigan ...................... 222 States, in the late rebel States, for cer-
canal op Colorado reservation in Arizona 222 tain crimes, extended for two years
rescue of prisoners from Indians ....... 222 from, &c..................... .. 340
arrest of persons charged with crimes but not for treasn or other political
against the Indians ................. 222 offences ....................... 340

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to be consolidated as rapidly as, &c..... 318 distillers of brandy from apples, peaches,
no new Commissions, promotons, nor en- &c. may be exempted from tax ...... 125
listments in the, until the whole num- owners, &e.of distillery, to pay for meters,
ber is reduced to twenty-five ......... 318 &c. and connections ............. 125, 126
Inland Afads, changes in, or addition to, apparatus,
appropriations for transportation of .... 323 locks, or seals ................. 126
no part for transportation between definition of distilled spirts, spirits, alco-
Fort Abererombie and Helena..55, 323 hol, &c............................ 126
Insane, tax, when to attach .................. 126
appropriation for the support of the, in no mash, woft, or wash 'for distillation,
the District of Columbia .......... 23 &c. to be made in any building, unless,
of the army and navy, revenue-cutter and &c ............................... 126
volunteer service, appropriation for... 310 nor be sold, &c. before, &e......... 126
appropriation for the indigent, in the Dis- spirits not to be separated from mash, &c.
trict of Columbia ................. 310 except by, &c...................... 126
to purchase additional land for the spirits or vapor, &c. not to be used in
government hospital for ........ 310 manufacture, unless, &c............. 126
Inspector-General'sDepartment, penalty for so using .............. 126
no new appointment and no promotions this not to apply to fermented liquors 126
in, until otherwise directed by law .... 318 persons having any still or distilling ap-
Inspectors of Distillery, paratus set up, to register the same... 126
ceitain, to receive pay ................. 283 mode of registering ............. 126
Inspectors of Internal Revenue, duplicate statements ............ 126
appropritions for ............... 99, 290 stills, &c when to be registered ......... 126
Inspectors of temboats, if not registered, to be forfeited with
appropriations for pay, &ceof supervising all personal property ............ 126
and local .... .............. 111, 175, 301 penalty for having still, &ec.not reg-
limit of amount to be received for travel istered ....................... .126
in any year, by supervising .......... III distillers and rectifiers to give notice in
by local inspectors ............. III, 301 writing to assessor ............... 126, 127
annual meeting of supervising, when notice to state what ............... 127
and where to be held ................. 111 for a distiller ................. 127
special agent ......................... 301 for a rectifier ................. 127
printing manual and report ............ 302 notice of any changes to be given in
furniture, repair, &ec.of instruments .... 302 writing to assessor .............. 127
InsurrectonaryDistricts, form of ...................... 127
employment of persons for the collection penalty for failing or refusing to give
of direct taxes in, to be discontinued notice ..................... . 127
when, &c........................ .23 distiller on filing notice, and annually
Insurrectwnar States, afterwards, to give bond with sureties 127
collection of direct tax in, suspended until bond, form of, penal sum and con-
January 1, 1869 ................. 260 ditions ....................... 127
Internal Revenue, assessor may refuse to approve, when,
appropriations for commissioners, deputy &c ............................ 128
commissioners ................ 98, 99, 290 new, may be required ............ 128
for solicitor, heads of divisions, e 98, not to be approved until, &e ....... 131
99, 290 penalty for refusing to grve or renew
no part to be applied to solicitor, bond, or giving false bond ...... 128
until one is appointed according to of distiller, not to be approved un-
law ........................ .99 less, &c .................. .... 128
salaries of collectors, assessors, &ec. 99, when owner of distillery, heretofore
290 erected, has an estate for term of
incidental expenses of.............. 99, 290 ears only in land, on which, &c.
detection and punishment of violations of, e may give bond .............. 128
laws relating to ................. 98, 290 form, penal sum, and conditions 123
special commissioner of, to act As director before bond is approved, to make
of bureau of statistics ..... (.......... 99 plans, &c of distillery and appara-
act imposing tax on distilled spirits and tus in triplicate ............ *... 128
tobacco and for other purposes ..... 125 plans and descriptions to show what 128,
tax upon distilled spirits ............... 125 129
when to attach ................... 126 where to be kept .............. 129
to he paid by whom and when... ,.. 125 how to be verified ............. 129
to be collected on what ........... 125 not to be altered *ithout, &e... 129
part of gallon to be taxed as whole.. 125 supplemental plans, &c............ 129
who jointly and severally liable for 125 assessor with competent aid, at the ex-
to be a lien from what time and on pense of the United States to make
what .......................... 125 surveys of distlleries and estimate their
proof spirit to be what ................ 125 capacity .................... 129
weighing and gauging instruments and report in triplicate ................ 129
meters ......... .................. 125 other surveys and reports to be made,
rules for inspection, &c. of spirits ....... 125 if, &c......................... 129
"gallon" to be what .................. 125 special tax on distiller not to be assessed
tax on brandy from grapes ............. 125 or collected until bond is given, &c.... 129

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nor for distilling on premises less oath to such return ................ 133
than six hundred feet distant from
remises books to be kept at distillery and open to
used for rectifying, or inspection, and presented after being
corn distillery, where, &c....... 129 filled up ........................... 133
distillation and rectification not to be car- penalty for false entries, or omitting to
ried on within six hundred feet.. . 129 make entries ....................... 133
persons carrying on both may discontinue for omitting or refusing to provide
either, and have part of tax refunded.. 129 books or destroying them, or any
penalty upon assessors and collectors entry therein, with intent to de-
for violation hereof ........ 129, 130 fraud .......................... 133
stills, boilers, &e.not to be used for distil- for not producing books when re-
ling in certain places ............... 130 quired ............. . ......... 133
penalty for so using, or aiding in the assessor to determine each month whether
use ....................... 130 distiller has accounted for all spirits
proviso as to manufacture of saleratus produced by him .................. 133
and grinding of meal and flour... 130 how determined ............ 133, 134
certain daily tax on authorized distillers, what amount of mash, or beer, to rep-
to be assessed and collected monthly.. 130 resent one bushel of grain... 133, 134
rateof tax ...................... 130 what, one gallon of molasses. . 134
manufacturers of stills, &c for distilling, if return is deficient, distiller to be
to notify assessor before still is re- assessed for the deficiency, and at
m oved ............................ 130 what -rate ..................... 134
such stills, &c. not to be set up with- returns not to be for less than eighty
out, &c........................ 130 per cent of producing capacity of
penalty for so doing ................ .130 distillery ...................... 134
distiller to provide warehouse to store storekeeper of distilleiy warehouse to
only spirits distilled by himself ....... 130 have charge of distillery ............ 134
what not to be used for ........... 130 his duties .... .................. 134
to be bonded warehouse and called daily account-and of what ......... 134
distillery warehouse ........ 130, 131 penalty upon distiller and persons
tax on spirits therein to be paid be- employed in distillery for using
fore removal ................... 131 material, or removing spirits in
receiving cisteins to be erected by own- absence of storekeeper ......... 134
ers, &c. of distilleries .............. 131 distillers,, when deemed to have com-
how to be constructed and used, and menced producing distilled spsits .... 134
of what capacity .............. 131 desnung to suspend woik, to give no-
to be under whose charge ........ 131 tice ........................... 134
when spirits may be drawn off .... 131 assistant assessor to fasten doors of
locks, seals, and keys ............ 131 furnace ....................... 134
keys to be in whose charge ...... 131 locks, seals, and keys, by whom to be
doors of furnaces of stills, how made.... 131 furnished ................... .134
fermenting tubs ..................... 131 report to be qnade to assessor and
doublers and waim tanks ............. 131 transmitted to commissionr ...... 134
fixed pipes to be painted ............. 131 distiller not to carry on business in that
penalty for not painting.......... 131 place again, until after notice to assist-
bond of distillei not to be approved, until, ant assessor, who shall remove fasten-
&c.......................... .....131 ings, &c and repott to assessor.... 134, 135.
penalty upon assessor for violating cer- penalties upon, for carrying an busi-
tain provisidns as to distilleries .... 131 ness after time stated in notice as
distillers, rectifiers, and compounders of to suspending ................ 135
liquors, to have conspicuous sjzns of, distilled spirits to be drawn from cisterns
outside of place of business ........ 132 into casks, &c. and gauged, &c....... 135
signs to have what on them ....... 132 capacity of casks .................. 135
no fence above five feet high .... 132 to be removed to distillery ware-
keys to gates and doors ........... 132 house ......................... 135
distillery to be always accessible ....... 132 engraved stamp on head of cask .... 135
penalty for violating foregoing provisions 132 form of stamp ................ 135
for putting up sign without payment serial numbers of casks ............ 135
of special tax ........... ... 132 to begin with number one .. .. 135
for working in a distillery in which spirits to be entered for deposit tn-month-
there is no sign ............... 132 ly, and on what days .............. 135
for knowingly receiving at, or car- entry to be in triplicate .......... 135
rying to or fiom such place, spirits, how disposed of .............. 136
or material for making .......... 132 form of, and to specify what.... 135
distillers to make Aiom dayto day certain to be venfed by oath ......... 135
entries in books .................... 132 bond of distiller, &c. for payment of
form of books and nature of entries 132, tax ....................... ...... 136
133 conditions ........ .............. 136
fermenting.tubs, when to be emptied and distilled spirits may be withdrawn from
how long to remain empty ......... 133 warehouse on payment of tax. .--- 136
accounts if duplicate from books to be entry for withdrawal to be in dupli-
rendered to assistant assessor trimonth- cate, and specify what ........... 136
ly, and on what days ................ 133 form of ..................... 136

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tax-paid stamp to be placed on each cask to show that no fraud has been
of distilled spirits, before removal from committed ..................... 140
warehouse ......................... 136 penalty for illegally removing dis-
form of stamp ................. ... 136 tilled spints, or concealing those
gauger to make certain cuts, &e on full removed ....................... 140
casks ............................. 136 distilled spirits not to be removed from,
cuts, &c. to be cancelled when cask is &c.in a cask containing over ten gal-
emptied ........................... 137 lons, unless between sunisse and sunset 141
stamp fbr rectified spirits .............. 137 penalty, forfeiture of vehicle, spirits,
for wholesale liquor dealers ....... 137 &c ........................... 141
stamps to be fastened securely to cask, penalty for adding any Aubstance to dis-
and protected from removal, &e ..... 137 tilled spirits to create fictitious proof.. 141
commissioner to prescribe mode ........ 137 for evading, or attempting to evade,
stamps for distilled spirits to be engraved payment of tax .............. 141
in book form, and how issued...... 137 for changing stamps, brands, or
each to have an engraved stub, with a marks ......................... 141
number thereon, corresponding with for putting into casks spirits of great-
the number engraved on the stamp. . 137 er strength than inspection mark
to have words and figures representing shows ........................ 141
decimal number of gallons ........ 137, 138 for fraudulently using casks, &c.... 141
coupons for intervening numbers, and how for knowingly using false weights oi
used ........................ 138 measures ...................... 141
tax-paid stamps, with coupons, to denote for breaking or tampering with any
wolwt numbers of gallons .......... 138 lock or seal ................. .. 141
books of tax-paid stamps to be charged to for gaining access to contents of cis-
collector at the full value of tax, &e 138 terns in absence of pioper officer.. 141
book to be returned, with maiginal stubs, for using any substance to produce
when all the stamps are used ........ 138 spirits before an account of them is
collectors to make returnq monthly . 138 registered .................... 141
additional commission of one half'of revenue officers may detain and hold pack-
one per cent to be divided between ages, &c containng spirits, if, &c.....141
assessor and collector ......... 138 detention not to continue longer than
other stamps at twenty-five cents each. 138 forty-eight hours, &c.without pro-
gaugers to report daily to collector and cess of law ................... 141
assessor the number of stamps used. . 138 distilleries, &c.seized, not to be released
amount to be collected fom persons before judgment, except, &c.......... 142
using .................... .... 138 in case of release, bond to be given . 142
penalty upon revenue officers for affixing after judgEit of forfeiture, stills,
or cancelling or issuing stamps for &C to be destroyed, and materials
spirits, except as allowed by law. ..... 138 to be sold ..................... 142
distillers desiring to reduce producing persons drawing off spirts from casks
capacity of distillery, to give notice 138, stamped, &c to efface stamps, &c .... 142
139 empty casks, with stamps not effaced,
assessor, to place covers upon tubs, &c . 139 to be seized ................... 142
penalty for breaking, &e. any lock, &c. or penalty for car ying empty casks with
opening tub, &e ............. 139 stamps not effaced ............. 142
water to be drawn off from worm tub and for not effacing stamps, &C.at tine
worm cleansed, when required ..... 139 of emptying cask ............. 142
penalty for refusal or neglect ...... 139 for removing stamps from casks
revenue officers may at any time enter without then effacing them.... 142
distillenes, he. and make inspections, for having in possession such stamps,
and take account ................. 139 or any cancelled stamps ......... 142
after demand and refusal, they may upon distillers, rectifiers, liquor deal-
break into distilleries ........... 139 ers, manufacturers of stills, &c.
penalty for obstructing or hindering for carrying on business, without
revenue officer ............... 139 having paid the special tax.. 142, 143
distillers, rectifiers, &e. on demand, to upon distillers for doing business
farnish ladders, lights, &C. and open without giving bond, or with in-
doors ..................... 139, 140 tent to defraud ............... 143
penalty for refusal, &c ............ 140' forfeiture of distilled spirits,
revenue officers, &c may break up ground wines, and all stills, &c.... 14-3
on premises of distillers, &e to search of all interest in the land on
for pipes, &c .................. .. 140 which distillery is situated... 143
finding pipe, they may break up house, of all personal property in, he.. 143
wall, &e ................ 140 rectifiers, wholesale liquor dealers, and
no mateial to be mashed, nor beer, &c, compounders of liquors, to keep books,
made, nor still used between I I o'clock and enter therein all spirits received,
P m Saturday, and the next Monday. 140 &e.on the day they are received: . 143
penalty ................ ..... 140 to make like entry of spirits sent out 143
distilled spirits found not in distillery, books to be kept in public place on the
&c not legally removed, to be forfeited 140 premises for inspection .............. 143
in cases of seizm e of, in other places, when filled up, to be preserved two
burden of pioof to be on claimants, years, and produced on demand . 143
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penalty for not keeping such books, and vessel to be forfeited ........... 148
making entries, or making false entries, proceedings in admiralty there-
&C............. .......... : ......143 for ........................ 148
for not preserving or producing alcohol and rum may be exported with
books ..................... ...143 privilege of drawback, in what quanti-
rectifiers, liquor dealers, &c. not to pur- ties and packages and under what
chase or receive more than twenty gal- rules .............................. 148
lons, except from authorized distillers. 144 none to be allowed before this act
penalty .......................... 144 takes effect .................... 149
this not to apply to judicial sales, entry for such exportation ......... 148
nor to sales at public auction, &c.. 144 form of, and to specify what.... 148
certain distilled spirit, drawn from one amount of tax, how verified ........ J48
cask and put into another of not less bond, penalty of, and how discharged 148
than ten gallons, to be again inspected bill of lading .................... 148
and gauged, and cocks new biandcd lading on vessel to be only after re-
and marked ........................ 144 ceipt of order, &c ............... 148
absence of stamp to be cause of for- casks to be branded, inspected, &c... 148
feiture ..................... 144 who to superintend shipment ....... 148
tax upon wines, or compounds known as gauger to make returns, and inspect-
wine, not from grapes grown in the or to indorse them ........... 148, 149
United States ...................... 144 distilled spirits in bonded warehouse to
persons making them, to return be withdrawn in nine months, and
amounts made semi-monthly, and taxes paid ......................... 149
on what days ............... 144 casks to be marked, &c.......... 149
if makers neglect or refuse to make spirits not withdrawn within nine
returns, assessots to assess the tax months to be sold .............. 149
and add penalty of fifty percent.. 144 if distillery or warehouse becomes
penalty for fraudulently evading, or unsafe, &c it may be discontinued
attempting to evade, payment of and merchandise transferred .... 149
tax ....................... .. 144 transfer how made, and at,%%hose
twenty-five supervisors of internal rev- expense .............. .. 149
enue authorized ................. 144 merchandise may be seized and sold,
appointment, districts, salaries.. 144, 145 if, &c .......................... 149
duties and poweis ............... 145 proceedings in such case ....... 149
twenty-five detectives may be employed persons owning or possessing over fifty
and assigned to duty ............ .. 145 gallons of distilled spirits for sale when
no general or special agent, or inspector act takes effect, to make return to col-
of internal revenue, except, &c. to be lector of district .................... 149
employed ....................... 145 return to state what ............. .149
employment of those now authorized spirits to be gauged and proved, and
to cease ................... ... 145 casks marked and stamped ....... 149
assessors and collectors not to do duty of form of stamp for stock on hand .... 149
other assessors or collectors ......... 145 stamps how prepared, affixed, and
may be suspended for cause ........ 145 cancelled ..................... 150
internal revenue storekeepers authorized. 145 all spirits held by any person to be
their appointment, pay, and duties.. 145, included in same return, and
146 ganged continuously ........... 150
to be engaged in no other business.. 146 but riot in any cistern ......... 150
to take oath and give bond ........ 146 penalty for neglecting or refusing to
to have charge of warehouse ..... 146 make such return ............... 150
to keep warehouse book, and have it for wrongfully gauging, marking,
open for inspection ............ 146 &c...................... . 150
what entries to be made therein ..... 146 distilled spirits forfeited, &c. to be sold
daily returns, monthly reports ...... 146 subject to tax ................... 150
may be transferred fZom one ware. pui chaser to pay tax before he takes
house to another ................ 146 possession of spirits ............. 150
provision in case of absence of..... 146 tax-paid stamps to be oblitei att d.... 150
penalty upon, for removing, &c. casks special taxes upon distillers ........... 150
without permit, &c.............. 147 to be in proportion to amount pro- 5
internal revenue gaugers authorized ..... 147 duced ......................... 150
appointment, oath, bond ........... 147 monthly returns .................. 150
gaugers, duties and fees of......... 147 who to be regarded as distillers ..... 150
monthly fees not to exceed, &c ...... 147 tax on distilled spirits in bonded ware-
to make daily returns in duplicate.. 147 house when this act takes effect ...... 150
penalty upon, for false returns ...... 147 no tax on certain stills, &c. used by drug-
drawback on alcohol and rum exported.. 147 gists and chemists .................. 150
to include what, and when due and special tax upon rectifiers .......... 150, 151
payable ....................... 147 who to be regarded as rectifiers ......... 151
rules and regulations ............ 147 returns to be made monthly ....... 151
perialty for fraudulently claiming 147, 148 special tax upon compounders of liquors,
upon owners, &c.of vessels for know- and who regarded as such .......... 151
ingly aiding in fraudulent attempt upon retail dealers, and who regarded
to collect ................... .148 as such ....................... 151

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upon wholesale liquor dealers, and penalty for not obtaining and posting
who regarded as such ........... 151 such certificate ................. 134
upon manufacturers of stills, and who fot manufacturing without first giving
regarded as such ............... 151 bond .. ....................... 154
certain distillers and brewers not required what to be deemed manufactur-
to pay tax of wholesale dealer ........ 151 ing .................... 154
payment of special tax not to exempt manufacturers of tobacco and snuff to
from penalty under State laws, nor au- place sign on building .............. 154
thorize a trade, c. prohibited by State kind of sign ........... ......... 154
laws, nor prevent a State from impos- penalty for not so doing .......... 154
ing an additional tax ............... 151 assistant assessor to keep record of manu-
facturers of tobacco or snuff in his di-
TOBACCO, SiU7F, AND CGAwns. vision ................... ......... 154
record to state what ............... 154
special tax upon dealers in leaf tobacco, assessors to keep such records for their
and who regarded as such .......... 151 dist iet ............................ 154
payment of certain other taxes not to manufactuiers to be numbered con-
exempt from this ............ 151 secutively ... ................ . 154
farmers or planters not to pay on pumbers not to be changed . .. 154
certain ......... ........... 151, 152 manufacturers of tobacco or snuff to give
upon dealers in tobacco, and who regarded inventory to assistant assessor ....... 155
as such ............................ 152 form of inventory, and when to be
payment of certain other taxes, not given ................... 155
to exempt .................... 152 inventory to contain what ......... 155
upon manufacturers of tobacco, and who to be verified by oath ......... 155
regarded as such ............... 152 its correctness to be asertained 155
not to pay special tax as dealers, for books to be kept by, and entries
selling products of his own manu- therein made daily .......... 155
facture ........... ........... 152 what entries to be.made......... 155
upon manufacturers of cigars, and who so abstracts of, to be furnished to assist-
regarded ........ ........ .. ..... 152 ant assessor monthly, and on what
special tax receipt not to be issued, day and bow verified ........... 155
until bond is given ............ 152 penalty for refusal or wilful neglect
who to be deemed cigar makers .... 152 to make ................... ...155
to have names and residences regis- dealers in leaf tobacco, &c. to make state-
tered ......................... 152 ments under oath, on demand, &c. 155
penalty for neglect or refusal... 152 assessor to examine books, &c. if,
amounts of annual or monthly sales by &c ................ .......... 155
persons on whom special tai is im- revenue stamps for tax on tobacco and
posed, how ascertained and returned .. 152 snuff ............ ................ 155
if tax is increased, persons, except, to indicate what, and how to be affixed
&c. to be again assessed ........ 152 and cancelled ................ 155
if amount is understated ....... 152 warehouse stamps, bow furnished to col-
tax upon tobacco and snuff, manufactured lectors and sold by them ........... 155
and sold, &e .................. 152, 153 collectors to keep account of stamps sold 155
on snuff, snuff flour, &c. ......... 153 manufacturers of tobacco or snuff to print
on chewing tobacco .............. 153 or affix label on each package ........ 156
on smoking tobacco, refuse scraps, form of label ................ 156
and sweepings ............ 153 penalty for neglect or refusal to affix 156
manufactured tobacco, how to be put up for removing .............. 156
and prepared for sale .............. 153 for removing, or selling tobacco
snuff in packages or jars ......... 153 or snuff without, & ..... 156
fine-cut chewing tobacco .......... 153 for making false entries ... . 156
smoking tobacco ................ 153 for affixing false stamps ...... 156
cavendish, plug, and twist tobacco.. 153 absence of proper stamp upon package to
wooden packages to he how marked 153 be prieia facie evidence that tax is not
limitations and descrpuons of packages paid .. ............... .. ...... 156
not to apply to tobacco and snuff trans- tobacco or snuff to be forfeited .... 156
ported m bond for exportation and ac- penalty for removing manufactured tobac-
tually exported ................. 153 co or snuff without, &e............. 156
manufacturers of tobacco or snuff before for using, selling, &c except, &c.
commencing, or, if commenced, before without, &c .................... 156
continuing, to make a statement in for affixing false stamps, &c...... 156
duplicate to assessor ............. 153 when stamped boxes, &c containing to-
statement to b under oath and con- bacco or snuff are emptied, stamped
tam what ... -.......... 153,154 part to be destroyed ............. 156, 157
to give bond and in what sums for penalty for negleqt, &c ............ 157
different machines or presses. ... 154 for selling or giving away such empty
conditions of bond ................ 154 stamp box ................... 157
penal sum of, may be increased, and for putting tobacco or snuff therein 157
additional sureties required ...... 154 export bonded warehouse for storage of
certificate for what bond has been manufactured tobacco or snuff in bond 157
given to be posted, &c ........... 154 to be under whose charge .......... 15/

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tobacco or snuff not to be withdrawn cigarettes and cheroots to be treated as
therefiom without, &c......... 157 cigars ....................... li1o
may be withdrawn once only for assistant assessor to keep record of manu-
export to ................ 157 facturers of cigars in his division .....161
must be warehoused on arrival. 157 record to contain what ............ 161
tobacco and snuff may be removed in assessor to keep such recoid for his
bond from manufactory to export bond- district ...................... 161
d warehouse ....................... 157 cigars, how to be packed ............ 161
regulations therefor, bonds, &c ....157 sales of, by retail dealers, not affected
tobacco, &c. intended for exporta- by this ....................... 161
tion, to have stamp affixed before manufacturers of cigars to give inventory
removal ................... 157 to assistant assessors on &c ......... 161
payment to collector ........... 157, 158 inventory to contain what, and be
time for tobacco or snuff to temna verified by oath ............... 161
in bond .................... 158 its cotrectness to be ascertained ....161
when tobacco and snuff are made on books to be kept and entries to be made
shares, stamps to be affixed when and theicin daily ..................... 161
by whom ...................... 158 abstract thereof to be forwarded to
fraud therei to cause forfeiture ...158 assistant assessor monthly, and on
penalty therefor..... :....... 158 what day and how verified ....... 161
dealers in leaf tobacco to make certain en- penalty for refusal or wilful neglect. 161
tries daily in books ............ 158 dealers in materials for cigars to make
books to be kept open, &c........ 158 statements under oath on demand ....162
penalty for refusal or neglect ... 158 assessors to examine books, &c. if,
imported manufactured tobacco and snuff &c .......................... 162
to be placed in bonded warehouse and revenue stamps fos cigars ............ 162
not withdrawn until October 1,18&8.. 158 to be sold only to cigar manufac-
to pay, If imported after October 1, tuiers and importers ............ 162
1868, internal revenue tax in ad- account of sales to be kept ........ 162
dition to impoi t duties........ . 158 duty on imported cigars .......... 362
stamps to be affixed, &c ........ 158 manufacturers of cigars to affix label on
to be put up in packages ........ .158 each box ........................ 162
owners, &c liable to penalties . .. . 158 foim of label .................... 162
where to be taken for repacking, &c. 158 penalty for neglect or refusal ........... 162
penalty upon officers of customs for, for removing such label ........... 162
&c ...................... 159 for removing or selling cigars with-
dealers in manufactured tobacco and out, &c..................... .162
snuff, having cei tain amounts on hand, for packing cigars in box with false
to make inventory under oath, and do- stamps ...................... 162
posit it with assistant assessor, &c..... 159 for removing, &c. stamps ...... 162,163
like inventory to be made monthly for removing cigas not properly
afterwaids, &c............... 159 boxed and stamped ............. 163
manufactured tobacco not to be sold after absence of proper stamp to be prima facie
January 1, 1869, unless put up in pack- evidence that tax is not paid ........ 163
ages and stamped, except, & ....... 159 when cigars are made on shares, b) whom
penalty for so selling or offering for sale 159 stamps are to he affixed, and when ....163
for selling or offering on sale after, fraud to woik forfeitute .......... 163
&c.,tobacco or snuff as manufac- penalties ..................... 163
tured before, & when, &c ... . 159 penalty.for removing or selling cigars,
tobacco and snuff made before the pus- without, &C...................... 163
sage of this act, and then in bond, may for making false entries........... 163
be sold, &c.with proper stamps theie- for affixing false stamps ........ 163
on ....................... 159 cigars impuited after the passage of this
but after January 1, 1869, not to be act to pay internal revenue tax in ad-
sold from bonded warehouse, un- dition to import duties .............. 163
less put up in packages.....159, 160 stamps to be affixed ............... 163
tax upon cigars, cigarettes, and cheroots 160 cigars to be put up in boxes ...... 163
rules for inspection, &c.of. ....... 160 owner liable to penalties of this act 163
manufacturers of cigars to make state- where to be taken for repacking, &c.163,
ment in duplicate to assistant assessor. 160 164
manufacturers of cigars, statement of, to penalty upon officers of customs, for,
be under oath and contain what ... . 160 &c .......................... 164
to give bond, and in what sus ....160 dealers in cigars, having a certain amount
conditions of .............. 160 on hand, to make inventory under
penal sum of bond may be increased oath, and deposit with assistant treas-
and additional sureties requited .. 160 urer ............................. .164
cerrificate for what bond has been like inventory, &e to be made
given to be posted, &c ........ 160 monthly afterwards ............. 164
penalty for not obtaining and posting 160 penalty for selling, &c cigars, after, &e.
for manufacturing, without first unless i packages and stamped... 164
giving bond .......... 162 for selling, &c. after, &c cigars as
to place sign on building, &c . 160 manufactured before the passage
kind of signs. ........ .160, 161 of this act, when not so made.... 164

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Internal Revenue, (continued.) Internal Revenue, (continued)
upon distillers, rectifiers, &e.for wil- certain distillery inspectors to receive
fully neglecting or refusing to do pay, &e..... ...................... 283
what this act requires, or for doing appropriations for expenses of collecting. 290
what it prohibits, where there is report of expendituses in detail, to be
no other specific penalty ......... 164 made to Congress by commissioner.... 290
fine and forfeiture ................ 164 estimate of assessing and collecting to
internal revenue officers interested in the be made in detail, by collection dis-
manufacture of tobacco, &c. or ta dis- tt lets . ................ .......... 290
tilled spirits, to be dismissed from detection and punishment of violations of
office ................... .. 164, 165 internal ievenue laws ............. 290
to be fined upon conviction ....... 165 all taxes upon certain naval machinery
penalty upon revenue officers for extor- remitted .. ........................ 336
ton or wilful oppression ............. 165 Znternal Reenae Record and Customs Journal,
for neglect and vaiious acts ...... 165 subscriptions to .................... 99, 290
dismissal from office, fine, and im- Internal Tax,
prisonment ...... ........ 165 wrapping-paper to be exempt fiom ...... 6
one halt of fine to go to infoummer.. 165 laddeis made wholly of wood to he ex-
court to render judgment for dam- empt flom ....................... 6
ages to party injured.......... 165 national, banking associations, banks,
penalty for simulating, &e any bond, bankers, &e. to pay ten per cent upon
&c or aiding theiem .............. 165 amount of notes of cities, towns, &e
property to which instrument relates paid out by them after May 1, 1867... 6
to be forfeited ................ 165 tax how to be collected ........... 6
collectors having charge of warehouse to certain manufactureis exempted from,
iender accounts monthly to commis- aftei Aptil 1, 1868 .............. 58, 59
sioner . . .. ....... ... ... ..- 165 drawback not to be allowed after June 1,
account to be adjusted monthly... . 165 1868, on exportation of asticles on
mode of adjusting ... . 165 which there is no tax at time of ex-
form, devices, &c of stamps and labels portation ....... ... ...... ....... 59
may be alteied ............... 165, 166 nor in any case, unless, &e........ 59
general-faracter to be retained, claim for, to be presented bifore Oc-
and stamps, &e kept in hook tober 1, 1868 ................. 59
form ....... .......... 166 manufacturers, &c. of articles not specifi-
commissioner may compromise suits with cally taxed, except, &c. whose annual
consent of Secretary of Tieasury and sales exceed $ 5,000, to pay tax on ex-
Attorney-General .................. 166 Cess . .............. ..... ..... 59
proceedings in such cases .....-. 166 rate of tax, returns, &c............ 59
cases in any stage may be continued first assessment to be, July, 1868 ... 59
on motion of district attorney . . 166 penalty upon distiller for defrauding, or
may provide for assessment, &c of attempting to defiaud, the United
tax, when one is imposed, and no States of the tax on spiiits distilled by 5q
mode of assessment, &c specially him .. ............................
provided................... 166 upon revenue officers or agents, for
may make necessyar regulations .. 166 gross neglect of duty .......... 60
construction of the words "person," for conspiring, or making op-
"state," "county". .. ...... 166 portunity to defraud. ....... 60
repeal of inconsistent provibions ...... 166 fot signing false certficates or
saving clauses ......... ..... 166, 167 returns ........... ...... . 60
certain duties to continue .......... 167 fbi failing to report frauds with-
lien of the United States for tax on real in his knowledge ........... 60
estate may be enforced in chancery, prosecutions under act, not to be discon-
when, &c, . ........... - :167 tinued, &c without, &e ............ 60
who to be made parties to the bill .. 167 InternationalMaritime Exbliumn at Havre,
coiits to have jurisdiction, and when United States may be represented at, by
to determine matteis ........ 167 naval officers ........... . ....... 249
to decree a sale, when, &c .... 167 no expenditure to be made therefor .... 249
taxes on spirits, tobacco, and, cigars to nor mileage, &c. allowed ......... 249
apply to such articles produced within nor public vessel employed to carry
the United States ....... ....... 167 them . .................. ...... 249
when this act shall take effect .... 167 Interpreters,
proviso as to stamps ........... 167 at consulate at Bankok, appropriation for 174
tax on mincial oil, &c and all provisions salary of, at Bankok, Siam ............ 322
as to returns, &c repealed ....... 167 to legations to China, Turkey, and Japan,
imposed by existing laws, not to be appropriations for salaries of.. 56, 319, 821
collected .............. 167, 166 to consulates in China ............... 58, 321
distillers and refiners of mineial oil to be Invalid Pensiens. See Pensions.
deemed manufacturers, and subject to appropriations for, for the years ending
tax ... ............ ....... ... . 16E June 30, 1869, and June 80, 1870.170, 268
deputy collectors of, acting as collectors, Invalid Soldiers,
to receive pay of collector, when, &c.. 28 one complete suit of clothing to be fur-
but not when collector is eutitled rushed to, when inmates of a regularly
to his pay as collector for the constituted "Soldiers' Home ........ 1
same time .............282, 28,1 how to be delivered ............... 2

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of cigar manufacturer, to be made yearly 161 to be exempt from arrest, &c ex-
of tobacco manufacturer, to be made cept, &e . .. .... . . . ...
yearly ........................ 155 if citizens, &c ot the state where
of cigars on hand, made monthly, until they reside, they are liable to same
April 1, 1869 ............ ......... 164 charges as other citizens ......... 606
Invoices, not to be compelled to appear as a
of imported goods, declarations as to witness before the couts ......... 606
truth of, in certain cases may be made their testimony, how to be obtained. 606
to whom ........ .................. 226 in ciiminal cases .......... 606, 607
fees for veification of, by consular offi- may place over their doors the arms
ceLs, to cover what ................ 321 of their nation and 3ise its flag,
penalty for illegal charges ......... 321 except, &C......... ...... ....607
(owe, consular offices and dwellings to be in-
district judge of, to act in Nebraska until violate ........... ............... 607
a judge is appointed .............. 6 not to be used as places of asylum.. 607
post-roads established in ...... 45, 189, 328 papers of consulate to be kept separate, if
approp iations for office of surveyor-gen- consular officeis are engaged in other
eral of .............. 101, 115, 293, 306 business ...................... .07
appropriations for reimbursing to the who to exercise their functions, in case of
State of, expenses incuried, and pay- the absence or death of consular offi-
ments made during the rebellion ...... 310 cers ........................... 607
claim to be reviewed on its merits, by the consuls-general and consuls may appoint
accounting officeis of the tieasnry ..... 310 vice-consuls ................. 608
lowa River, Iowa, who may be vite-consuls ........ 608
bridge across, near Wapello, authorized. 257 their commissions and privi-
towas, leges .................. 608
appropriations for the ................. 208 consular officers may complain to the
Iron-c/evsses of eavy, authorities of infractions of treaties or
sale of certain, authorized ............. 247 conventions ..... ............... 608
notice and mode of sale .............. 247 may take depositions, &c......... 608
proceeds of sale ................... 247 copies of papers authenticated by official
Italy, seals, to be received as legal docu-
postal convention with, November 8, 1867 601 ments ............. ............... 609
exchange of correspondence ........... 601 consular officers to have exclusive chaige
to embiace what ............... 601 of the internal order of the meichant
offices for exchange of mails, in each vessels of their nation, &e.......... 609
country .... ....... ... .......... 601 courts of the country not to interfere 609
arrangements for despatch of mails ..... 601 crews of vessels may be arrested,
cost of transpoi taon. ........... 601 and how, and bow released. .. 609, 610
weight for single rate of postage, and disputes between the offieess of vessels
rule of progression .............. 601 and their passengers, to be determined
rates of postage ................ 601,602 in the circuit and dsstuct courts of the
prepayment optional on oidinary letters . 602 United States .................. 610
required on registered letters, &c.. . . 602 consular officers may arrest deserters
registered correspondence ............ 602 from ships of war, or merchant vessels 610
basis for settlement of accounts ........ 602 mode of procedure ............ 610, 611
regulations for despatch of correspond- aid and protection to be furnished.. 611
ence ................ ....... . . 602 deserters net to be detained beyond
customs dues mixy be collected .. .602, 603 three months ................... 611
exchange of correspondence by open damages suffered at sea by vessels, to be
mails ..... ....... ...... ....... 603 settled by consular officers, if, &c. ... 611
transit of 'closed mails through either salvage .. ...................... 611,612
country ....................... 603 no custom-house charges on saved
postal accounts, when to be stated, &c... 603 merchandise, unless, &c ........ 612
transfer of closed mails, without expense. 603 death of citizens of either country in the
correspondence relating to postal service, terntoiy of the other ............... 612
to be free..................... 603 this convention to be in force ten years . 612
missent letters, at titles, &c .......... 603 and one year longer, if neither party
postal money orders ................ .603 gives notice, &c.............. 612
detailed regulations ............. 603, 604 convention between the United
when convention takes effect, and how States and, for the surrender of crimi-
may be terminated ............... 604 nals, March 23, 1868 ............... 629
when to be ratified ............... 604 certain persons convicted or charged with
convention with, of February 8, certain crimes, to be delivered up 629, 630
1868, defining the rights, immunities, evidence of criminality to be what.. 630
and privilege, of consuls .......... 605 enumerated crimes ................ 630
consels-genet al, consuls, &c to be received murder and attempt to commit ..... 630
by each power in all its places, except, rape, arson, piracy, mutiny ...... 630
&c.... .... ..... .... ..... ... 605 burglary, robbery, embezzlement . 630
reservation to apply alike to evely forgery, counterfeiting ........... 630
other power... ............ 605 political offences not included in treaty.. 631
consular officers to receive exequatur free persons surrendered, not to be tried for
of charge, and effect thereof ......... 606 old oidinarl offevees .............. 631

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Italy, (continued.) Judges of Election,
extracition of those under arrest for in Washington and Georgetown, D. C.,
local offences may be deferred ........ 631 expenses incurred by, how to be paid.. 27
requisitions for exti adeion, how to be made 631 certificates of, as o correctness of an ac-
in cases of those convicted of crime.. 631 count, effect of ................... 27
of those charged with crime 631, 632 may administer oaths .................. 27
expenses of arrest, &c. to be borne by the wilfully false statements before, to be per-
govern mont in whose name the re- jury .... ....................... 27
quisiton is made. .............. 632 Judges of Supreme Court,
thL convention to last for how long .....632 in the District of Columbia, to appoint
when to be ratified, &c .......... 632 commissioners of election for cach
voting precinct in Washington and
Georgetown ........................ 27
J. Judgments,
Jackman, Betsey S, in court of claims, certain, may be stayed
pension to ........................... 452 on motion of the United States ....... 75
i the District of Columbia,
Jail c recovered against individuals in the court
appropriation for warden of ......... 96 of claims for certain acts done, not to
work on, to be suspended for forty days be paid by the United States, unless
from January 11, 1868 ............ 245 amount received by the defendants, as
appointment, removal, &c. of warden of.. 342 the proceeds of the transaction which
Jameson, Eeeltne, was the foundation of the suit, has been
and her children, pension to ............ 380 paid into the treasury ................ 243
Jameson, John W., Judgments en Capital Cases,
act for the relief of the widow and chil- in United States courts, act to piovide
dren of ....................... 380 for the execution of .............. 338
Japan, . JudicialDepartments,
mail steamship service between the Unit- pay of messengers, assistant messengers,
ed States and, to be improved and ex- laborers, and watchmen established... 287
tended, if, &c..,............... 30, 31 Judicial,&-c Expenses,
appropriation for steamship servce be- appropriations for ......... 92 -110, 283 -301
tween Sau Francisco and ......... 55, 323 See Legislative, 4-c Expenses.
six persons designated by the government JudicialSales,
of, may be received at the Naval Acad- of spiits exempt from certain provisions
emy .......................... 261 of law ............ ............... 144
prohibition as to Coolie trade, extended Judiciarg,
to subjects, &c of .................. 269. appropriations for the ........ 109, 800, 301
exchange of mails between Hong Kong judges, attorneys, marshals.... 109, 110, 200,
and ......................... 564 301
See Hong Kong. Jurors,
Jessup, Jonathan, in United States courts, expenses of. .101, 294
allowance to, in settlement of accounts . 369
"John Breden," The Bark, K.
cei tificate of registry or, &c. to issue to . 122
John Palenon, Kaiser, George,
credit to be allowed to, in settlement of payment to ......................... .454
accounts ............. ............. 409 Kaneday, Elizabeth,
Johnson, C P., pension to ........................... 376
payment to .......................... 355 Kansas,
Johnson, Lucinda R, post-roads established in .... 47, 189, 328, 329
pension to .......................... 383 appropriation for surveyor-general of,
Johnson, Sarah K., &c ..................... 101, 115, 292, 306
pension to ........................... 416 for surveys of public lauds in.... 116,308
Johnson, William HI, Kansas and Missouri Bridge Onopany,
pension of, increased .................. 444 may build bridge across Msssonii river,
Joint Committee on Library, on or near militaiy reservation of Fot
additional copies of public documents to, Leavenvtorth ................... 121, 122
for exchange ................ 260, 261 height, spans, piers, &c ............ 122
fifty copies of any pnblication printed, what trains may cross, when com-
&e to h2eat disposal of ...... 261 pleted .............. ....... 121
Joint Commzttee on Ordnance, in case of litigation, where causes
exp nses of .......................... 11"8 may be tried ................ 121, 122
Joint Committee on Retrenchment, Kansas Indians,
appiopriations for expenses of .......... 312 appropriation to pay expenses of delega-
howito be disbursed .............. 312 tions of............................ 8
Jones, Henry, appropriations for the ................. 208
land ranted to ....................... 501 Kansas Pacific Railway Company,
Joses, J T., name of Union Pacific Railway Com-
claim of, to be paid him ............... 518 pany, Eastern Division, chianged to... 348
Jones, Martha M, Kaslasiias See Confederated Peorias,&-
extension of patent to, made valid...375, 376 treaty with the, of February 2a, 1867 .... 513,
Judge Advocate, 518
salary of solicitor and, of Navy Depart- Kao Indians,
ment ........ ................. 313 appropriations for ..................... 315

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Kearney, Major-GenetaoPhilip, Kiowa and Comanche Indians, (continued.)
condemned iron cannon granted to com- military posts ................. 585
plete a monument to, and to other no treaty for cession of rebervation to be
Union soldiers at Tivoli, New York... 343 valid, unless, &c .................... 585
Keck, John Q. A, in employing farmer, &c. preference to be
pension to .................. ........ 377 given to the Indians, if, &c......... 585
Kely, Ann, United States to furnish physicians,
pension to ........................... 386 teachers, &c ........................ 585
Kdly, Join, house for Tosh-e-wa .................. 585
pension to ....................... 371 presents for best crops ................. 585
Kelly, Michael, reservation to be permanent home of
pension to ................... ....... 361 tribes ............................. 585
Kely, Samuel, Kowa, Comanche, and Apache Tribes of Indians,
claim of, for carrying the mails, to be set- treaty with the, October 21, 1867 ........ 589
tled ................ .............. 357 the Apaches agi ee to become incorpo-
Kennamer, Captain John B, rated with the Kiowas and Comanches. 590
payment to his company of scouts and advantages of former treaty to be ,hared
guides ........... ............... 457 by the Apaches .................. 590
Kennebec Arsenal, annuities, &c.to be shared by the Apaches 590
appropriation for ..................... 66 annuities to be based on census .... 590
Kentucky, annual apptoprination increased ......... 590
post-roads established in .... 47, 189, 329, 347 census to be taken .................. 590
Kickapoos, Apaches to Qbserve stipulations of ciigi-
appropriations for the................. 208 na treaty .......................... 590
Kimberly, William H., to keep the peace ................. 590
may rebuild military storehouse at Fort to give up certain rights .......... 590
Kiowas,
Monioe, Va ....................... 250
King, Charles H B., appropriations for the ................. 199
pension to ........................... 450 Klamat s,
King Ma tha E, appropriations for the ................. 208
payment and pension to ............... 434 Knapp, Zephaniah,
Kinsel, Rebecca Jane, pension to ........................... 371
pension to ...... ............. 377 Kock, Bernard, •
Kiowa and Comanche Tribes of Indtans, proclamation cancelling contract with .... 697
treaty with the, of October 21, 1867 ..... 581
war to cease and peace to be kept ...... 531 L.
offendeiLs against the Indians to be arrested 581
wrong-doers against the whites to be pun- Labels,
ished ....................... 581 for cigars, how affixed, form of........ 162
damages, how ascertained .......... 582 for tobacco, how affixed, form of ....... 156
reservation boundaries ................. 582 Laborers,
certain persons not to enter or reside in executive or judicial departments, pay
on ........................ 582 of, established ..................... 287
additional arable land to be added, if, Ladders,
&c ........................... .582 made wholly of wood, exempted" from in-
buildings on reservation ............. 582 ternal tax ......................... 6, 11
agent's residence, office, and duties ...... 583 Lakes Erie
heads of families may select land for farm. and Ontaro, surveys, plans, and estimates
ing ........................ 583 to be made for ship canal to conndect.... 21
others may select laud for cultivatton.. 583 Lake Traverse,
suiveys ot reservations ................ 583 agent foi Sissiton, &c Sioux Indians, to
aliuation and descent of property .... 583 be located at ...................... 509
education ...... .......... ..... ... 583 Lake Wsnnebagoshish Indians,
children to attend school ............. 583 appropriations for the .............. 203, 204
school-houses and teachers ........... 583 Lamar, Elizabeth,
seeds and agiscultural implements to be pension to ........................... 410
fuinished to whom ................ 583 La Marsh, John,
msasuction in farming to be given ...... 584 pension to ........................... 412
blacksmith to be provided ............ 584 Lamplighters, 4-c
physician, farmer, &c may be withdrawn 584 appropiations for................ 118, 309
additional appropriation in such case 584 Land,
deliveiy of goods in lien of annuities ... 584 provisions respecting the right of citizens
clothing, other necessary articles ....584 of either country to hold, &c. in treaty
army officers to attend the delivery ...... 584 with Madagascar ................... 492
census to be taken .................. 584 with Nicaragua .............. 553, 554
right to occupy territory outside of reser- Land Claims,
vation surrendered ................ 584 act to confirm certain private, in the Ter-
right to hunt reserved ................ 584 ritory of New Mexico ............... 342
agreements as to railroads ............. 585 Land Dmitrct,
emigrants and emigrant travellers.. 584> portions of Nevada and -California, to
women and children .......... .O5$ constitute a ..................... 6
Pacific Railroad, wagon oads, &c.. 585 office to be at Aurora ................. 68
damages for crossing these reserve- boundaries of distract and location of
tions .... .... ... ....... ... 585 land office may be changed .......... 68

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new one authorized in Minnesota ....... 184 not over three sections of, in any one
.construction of limits of........... 843 township, to be entered by agricultural
new, established in Nebraska ........... 224 college scrip ....................... 228
to be called " Grand Island "....... 224 certain, gianted to Wisconsin for railroad,
boundaries, &c ...............224 may be disposed of for benefit of the
register and receiver, powers, pay, Wisconsin Railioad Farm Mortgage
&c ........................ .224 Land Company ................. 238
location of laud office ....... ...224 grants of, to Michigan and Wisconsin,
lands therein not reserved to be ex- not to be forfeited, &c............. 252
posed to sale ................... 224 patent to issue to Chicago and North-
Land Office, western Railway Company, for eighty
at Pontotoc, Mississippi, records, &c. of, acres of Fort Howard military re-
to be tlansferred to Jackson .......... 101 serve .............................. 252
Land Offices, act concerning certain land claims of Cor-
appropriations for registers and receivers neho Vigil and Cram St. Vrain, in New
of..... ........... ......... 116, 307 Mexico .................... 75, 276
for incidental expenses of ...... 116, 307 See New Mexico.
Landsmen, grant of, to Oiegon, to nid in construction
additional pay to, on boaid vessels of war, of military wagon road from Coos Bay
when acting-as fiemen or coal-heavers 280 to Roseburg .................... 840, 341
Lands, Public. act to confirm cei tain private land claims
even numbered sections along the line in the Ten itory of New Mexico ....... 342
of the Pacific Rilroad and branches, New York and Oswego Midland R. R.
wherever definitely located, restored Co to have right of way through, at
to homestead pre-emption and settle- Fort Ontario ...................... 345
ment .. ................ ... ... 39 Land Warrants,
right of actual settlers on the late Sioux legal representatives of deceased claim-
Indian reservation in Minnesota .... 39 ants of, may perfect claims filed prior
inhabitants of towns located on, may en- to decease of claimant ............... 336
ter those occupied as towif si-s, at Lane, Elizabeth,
minimium 7ric, -&c. if town authori- pension to ........................... 413
ties so elect to do .... ........... .. 67 Lane, George W.,
patents may issue to those making en- credit to be allowed to, in settlement of
tries under existing laws ........... 67 accounts, for money stolen ........... 463
no title given by former act to any valid Lanty, First Lieutenant H H.,
mining claim ..................... 67 to be diopped from rolls, for absence with-
costs of survey, &c. to be paid ......... 67 out leave .......................... 263
time for completing sales of certain, Lastngs, 4-c.
granted to Michigan and Wisconsin, tariff provisions concerning ............. 24
extended .... ....... ............. 67 Laws of the United States,
act giving effect to various grants of, to provisions respecting the publication of,
Nevada ............ ... ... ... .67, 68 in newspapers in the District of Colum-
those taken at minimum price of $ 2 50 an bia and the several States ............ 8
acre to equal two acres at a minimum act in relation to the promulgation of
price at $ 1 25 per acre ......... 67, 68 the ............................... 40
agricultural college lands, how selected.. 68 Secietary of State to furnish congres-
how selected by California ......... 68 sional printer with copy of acts and
land district created from parts of Neva- joint resolutions .................... 40
da and California ................ 68 duty of congiessional printer .......... 40
title of the United States to certain, in number of copies, and additional copies. 40
Burlington, Iowa, confirmed to the hs of newspapers authorized to publish
" Independent School District"..... 82 laws, to be furnished printer, who shall
in Utah Territory, to constitute the Utah send to printer copy of public laws and
land district ........ ............... 91 resolutions ......................... 40
surveyor-genei al, register, and re- Secretary of State to designate such laws
ceiver, &c ...................... 91 as are of a private character .......... 40
homestead and pre-emptuon laws to letters to and from congressional printer
apply .... ................ 92 to be free of postage ................. 40
expenses of collecting revenue from sales provisions of act to apply to treaties and
of .... ... ....... .............. 116 postal conventions ................ 40
surveys of, in the several States and Ter- repeal of inconsistent laws ............. 40
rito es ........................ 116, 117 aprpriations for publishing, &c.....97, 287
grant of, to Minnesota, to aid to im-
prove the navigation of the Mississippi Secretary of State to designate ......... 40
river ....... ..................... 169 Lay, John D.,
See Minnesota. pension to ........................... 397
act to confirm title to certain, in the State League Island,
of Nebraska ........................ 186 survey for site for proposed navy yard... 302
title to certain, in Omaha City confirmed. 186 Leasehold,
Grind Island land district established in used by distiller under the internal rev-
Nebiaska .......................... 224 enue law to be appraised ............. 128
lands therein, not reserved, to be ex- Lea, Seth,
posed to sale ................... 224 pension to .......................... 400

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Leavenworth and Des Moines Railway, Company, Legislative, &e. Expenses, (continued.)
right of way acioss Fort Leaveuworxh, salary of foreman of binding ........... 95
:mlitary ieservwtioa granted to . 238 pay of female employees in printing of-
Leavenworth Arsaial, fice ... ......................... 95
appropriations for ................ 66, 318 congressional printer, clerks, and messen-
Leavenworth, Atchtson, and Northwatera Rail- gers ............................ 96, 285
way Company, libiary of Congress, pay of officets, and
right of way across Fort Leavenwotti, purchase of books and newspapers 95, 285,
military reservation granted to, if, &c.. 238 286
Leavenworth Col Company, botanic garden and green-houses ..... 95, 286
may purchase part of military reserve at superintendent and assistanti .... 95, 286
Fort Leavenworth ................. 392 exchange of public documents ...... 95, 286
lease extended to ..................... 392 court of claims, judges, clerks, &c.. .. 95, 287
Lee, John J., attorneys to take testimony, witness-
credit to be allowed to, in settlement of es, and commissioneis ......... 95, 287
accounts....................... 432 payments of judgments of....... 95, 287
Legislative Assemblies, lExecutive, Pi esident, Vice-President, See-
of the Territories of the United States, retaie, steward, &c ........... 95, 96, 287
sessions of, to be biennial .......... 300 repeal of act authorizing clerk of par-
members of, to be elected for two years.. 300 dons and clerk of fouith class .... 96
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Expenses, public buildings and grounds ......... 96, 286
appropriations for, for years ending June warden of jail ................... 96
30, 1869, and June 30, t870. ... 92 -III, gardener, watchmen, laborers, &c 96, 286
283-301 draw-keepers at bridges ......... 96, 286
act not to be so construed as to reduce the heating apparatus .................. 96, 286
compensation of any employee of gov- electrician foi Capitol ............... 96, 286
ernment below the amount allowed m State Department ................. 96, 287
the last or piesent appropriation bill . 298 pay of Secretary and assistants, &c. 96,
pay and mileage of senators ........ 92, 283 office of examiner of claims abolished
of officers, &, ot Senate ........ 92, 283 from, &c .... ................. 96
contingencies, stationery, and newspapers 92, repeal of act authorizing superintend-
284 ent of statistics ................. 96
Congressional GlobQ and Appendix .... 92 pay of messengers, assistant messen-
additional compensation to reporters .... 93 gers, laborers, and watchmen es-
publishers of Globe ................... 93 tablished .................. ... 287
clerks to committees ............. 93, 284 incidental, miscellaneous, and contin-
heating and ventilation ............. 93, 284 gent expenses ............... 97,287
improvements, additmons, repairs, &c. of pamphlet laws and newspapers... 97, 287
Capitol building, to be made under proof-reading, stationery, &c.....97, 287
whose supervision .................. 284 building occupied by ........... 97, 287
to be paid for, from what appropria- Treasury Department ............. 97, 287
tion ............................ 284 secretaries, assistants, clerks, &c.. 97 -99,
furniture and carpets, how to be pur- 287 -290
chased ....... ................... 284 supervising architect, assistants,
pay and mileage of representatives and clerks, &e................ 97, 287
delegates ........................ 93, 284 law providing for officers, &c. in con-
of officers, &c of House ........... 93, 284 struction branch of Treasury De-
salary of reading clerks ............... 285 partment continued until, &c ..... 97
contingent expenses .............. 94, 285 comptroller's offices ............. 97, 288
clerks to committees ............... 94, 285 auditor's offices ......... 97, 98, 2881 289
Globe and Appendix .............. 94 commissioner of customs office... 97,u288
additional compensation to reporters .... 94 treasurer's office ............. 98, 289
stationery and newspapers .......... 94, 285 register's office ................. 98, 289
pages and mail-bags ............... 94, 285 solicitor's office ................. 98, 289
olding documents, fel, lights, &c ... 94, 285 lighthouse board ........ .... 98, 290
horses, carriages, and laborers ....... 94, 285 comptroller of currency .......... 98, 290
Capitol plice................. 94, 284 expenses of issuing the national cur-
members to frnishthebir own uniforms rency ......................... 290
after June 30, 1869 ............ 94 commissioner of internal revenue 98, 290
one half of the appropriation to be not to be required to give bond. 290
paid into contingent fund of House; in pay for services of solicitor, until,
the other half, into that of the Sea- &e .... ....................... 99
ate ......................... 24 deputies, solicitor, heads of division,
Statutes at Large, volume fourteen ..... 94 clerks, &c ................ ..... 290
public printing and binding ......... 95, 285 subscription to internal revenue rec-
paper for public printing ............ 95, 285 ord and customs journal ...... 99, 290
all blank-books to be made, and binding salaries and expenses of collectors,
done, at government bindery ......... 285 assessors, revenue agents, inspec-
certain payments, for printing, not to be tors, &c and expenses of working
allowed .......................... 285 the internal revenue act ....... 99, 290
rules as to pnnting copies of public docu- details of ths expeonditure to be re-
ments ............................. 285 ported to Congress .............. 290
lithographig and engraving for Senate detailed estuiates of expenditures of
and couse ....................... 95,285 assessing Oau, Pollecting the rve-

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nue by collection dibtricts, to be Secretary's office ..... 101, 103, 294, 295
made .......................... 290 adjutant-general ...... 102, 103, 294, 295
detection and punishment of violators quartermaster-general 102, 103, 294, 295
of internal revenue laws ....... 99, 290 paymaster-general .... 102, 103, 294, 295
incidental and contingent expenses commissary-general . .102, 103, 294, 295
of ............ ... ..... 99,290,291 surgeon-general ....... 102, 103, 294, 295
detailed statement of expenses to be chief engineer .......... 103, 294, 295
made annually ............... 99 chief of ordnance .......... 103, 294, 295
special commissioner of revenue to military justice ................ 103, 295
act as director of bureau of statis- signal office .................. 103, 295
tics ..... . ....... .......... 99 contingent expenses ......... 103, 295
division clerk to act as deputy com- War Department building.....103, 295
missioner ..................... 99 budding occupied by the paymaster-
'office of director of but eau of statis- general .................... .295
tics abolished after, &e .......... 99 building comer F and Fifteenth
temporary clerks, stationery, furni- street" ...... .................. 103
ture ................ 99, 290, 291 building corner F and Seventeenth
Treasury Department .building, streets ...................... 103, 295
watchmen and laborers ....... 99, 291 Navy Department ........ 103, 105, 295- 297
Interior Department ................ 99, 291 Secretary's office ..... 103, 104, 295, 296
Secretary's office ............ 99, 291 office of solicitor and naval judge
general land office ....... 100, 291,292 adiocate-general to cease,
Indian office ........ .100, 291,292 Mlarch 4, 1869............. 103
pension office .......... 100, 291, 292 office of assistant secretary of the navy
ceitam additional clerks contin- abolished ...................... 296
ued only to June 30, 1869. . 100 no clerks or employees to be appointed,
detection and investigation of except such as are herein pioilded for. 296
fraud ................. 292 bureaus ............ 104, 105, 296, 297
incidental and contingent expenses 100, incidental and contingent expcn-es 104,
291 296, 297
patent-office building ....... 100, 291 Navy Department building.. .105, 297
distributing journals and documents 100, Post-Office Department ............ 105, 297
291 dead-etter office and temporary
collecting, arranging, and classifying clerks ..................... 105, 297
public journals and documents in contingent expenses ........... 105, 297
the various departments aid bu- department of agriculture ....... 105, 297
reaus .................291, 292 agricultural statistics and annual re-
compiling and supervising bieniial port.. .... .............. 106, 298
register ............ ..... 101,292 accounts, how to he audited and cer-
supeintendent of public documents tffied ..... ..... .......... . 106
to be appointed .............. 292 contingent expenses .......... 106, 298
pay, duties, and expenses of superintend- for new buildtng ............... 106
ent of public documents ........... 292 pay of commissioner, cleiks, ento-
rooms for, and for journals and mologist, chemist, botanist, -c .. 297
documents ............... 292 for experimental garden, impiove-
contract with Vmnme Ream for statue ments in gi ounds and purchase of
of Abraham Lincoln ........... 223 new and -valuable seeds ........ 298
surveyors-general and their cleiks in compensation of no employee of the
the States and Territories.... 101, 292, government to be reduced below the
293 amount allowed in, &c ............. 298
recorder of land titles in Missouri. 101, department of education ................ 106
293 department abolished after, &c ......... 106
clerk of district court of northern office of education established ......... 106
distict of Mississippi, and duty of commissioner of education........... 106
such clerk ............... .... 101 appropriation for office of education . 293
courts of the United States ..... 101,294 mint and assay office . 106, 107, 298, 299
suits in which the United States are assay office, New York .. '..... .. 10, £98
concerned ................ 101, 294 mint at Philadelphia .............. 106, 298
safe-keeping of prisoners and prosecu- pay of weighing and calculating
tion of crime ............. 101,294 clerks ................. ... ... 106
repeal of law authorizing the Attorney- branch mint at San Francisco . 106, 107, 298
General to employ counsel to aid dis- "available profits" to be covered into
trict attorneys ..................... 294 treasury ............... .......... 107
patent office ....................... 293 branch mint at Denver ............. 107, 298
pay of commissioner, clerks, exam- at New Orleans ............... 107, 298
iners, &e .......... ... ........ 293 at Charlotte .................. 107, 298
contingent expenses, limitation ..... 293 at Carson City ................... 299
commissioner to report disbursements independent treasury ........... 107, 108, 299
to Congress ................ 294 pay of treasurers and assistants 107, 108,
power of appointment and removal 299
of officers, &c. in pitent office .... 294 salary of assistant treasurer at
disbursements, how made ........ 294 Charleston established ........... 107
War Department..... t - 103, 294, 295 additional salaries ............. 107, 209,

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Legislative, 4-c. Expenses, (continued) Letters,
no increase of salary over that allowed by certain, uncalled for, to be returned to
existing laws .................. 107, 299 writer without additional charge ...... 194
salaries of clerks, &e. at Boston, not to concerning lotteries, gift enierprises, &c
exceed appropriation .............. .299 not to be deposited in post-office to be
depositary at Santa Fd ........ 107, 299 sent by mail ....................... 196
designated depositaries and special Letters, 4-c.
agents .................... 08, 299 rates of postage upon, established by
contingent expenses for the collection, treaty with
safe-keeping, and disbursement of the Great Britain ................ 545,691
public revenue ................. 299, 300 Hong Kong .................... 563
no part for clerical services ........ 300 Belgium .. .................... 565
checks and cettficates of deposit .... 108, 300 Netherlands .................. 569
government in the Territories... 108, 109, 300 North German Union ........... 577
members of both branches of the Italy ........................ 601
legislative assemblies of all the See Titles of the seveial Forgn Countries.
territories to be chosen for two Lewims, Magaret,
years .......................... 300 p ension to ........................... 425
"Z ',Vwondelle,"
sessions of the legislative assemblies
to be biennial .................. 300 name of the yacht, changed to "Daunt-
legislatures to pass laws to carry less . .............. ............. 81
this into effect ............... 300 Liberia,
judiciary .................... 109, 300, 301 salary of minister resident and consul-
attorney-general's office .... 109, 300, 301 general to ....................... 58,321
justices of the Supreme Court of the Lty, Mo.,
United States ........... 109, 301arsenal grounds at, to be sold at auctidn..1q7,
distrct judges of the United States 188
courts .... ........... .... 109, 301
Librarian of Congress,
of the courts of the District of to deliver certain volumes of the nairative
Columbia .............. 109, 301 of the United States exploring expe-
reporter of decisions ........ 109, 301 dition to Secretary of State, for deliv-
district attorneys and mashals.. 109, 110, ery to British goveinment ......... 248
301
Library
pay to district attorney of Ne- of the department of agriculture, reso-
vada, for extra sei vices. .. 109, 110 lution in relation to ................ 343
to R M. Clark .............. 110
Library of Conqress,
advertisements, notices, &c to be pLnted appropriations for pay of librarian and
in three newspapers in the District of assitants, and for purchase of books,
Columbia ..................... 119 and files of periodicals and newspapers, 95,
acts authorizing publication of debates in 285, 286
Congress repealed from March 4, 1869 110 Library of Congress,Joint Committee of,
proposals to be made for publication of additional copies of public documents to,
proceedings and debates, &c........ 110 for exchange................260, 261
advertisements, &cen District of Colun- fifty copies of any publication priuted,
bis, Maryland, and Virginia, to be pub- &c. to be at disposal of........... 261
lished in certain newspapers .......... 110 Lien,
for other States, &e. not to be puk- on distillery premises, under internal rev-
lished in these papers, unless, &c. 110 enue act ....................... .128
pay of night watchmen at Treasury De- of the United States upon any real es-
partment, increased ................. 110 tate for tax, may be enforced in chan-
appropriation theretor ........... 110 cery .......................... 167
paintings, &e. belonging to private in- who to be made parties .......... 167
dividuals not to be exhibited in Capitol further proceedings .............. 167
buildng ........... ... ...... . . 110 upon steamship Atlantic, to be enforced. 345
superintendent of public buildings Life-Boats and Stations,
to remove those now there ...... 110 appropriations for ................ 113, 304
heads of executive departments to report Life Saving Stations
at next December session of Congress, on Long Island and New Jersey, appro-
the number of desks, clerks, discharges, priations for ....... ........... 113 304
compensation, &e ................. 301
Lighthouse Board,
and what reduction, if any can be appropriations for .............. 98, 173,290
made in the number of clerks in may place warnings over obstructions in
each giade .................. 301 harbors, & ........................ 249
Letcher, Lucinda J., Lighthouse Establishment,
pension to ....................... 403
appiopriations for, for Atlantic, Gulf,
Letter Balances, Lake, and Pacific coasts .... 112, 113, 303,
appropriations for payment for ........ 55 304
Litter Cari iers, steam lighthouse tender for California... 113
appropriations for payments to . .. 55, 323 re-establishing lights on Southern coasts. 113
not required to deliver certain newspapers Secretary of Tieasury may sell, after
unless, &c .. ... . ..... 195 notice, any real estate not needed for
uniform dress may be prescribed for . . 197 lighthouse purposes ................ 304
penalty i pun those not letter carrecis for Lighthouses and Stations,
wen ing the uniform ................ 197 appropriations for.......112, 113, 303, 304

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Lighting Locks and Seals,


Capitol, President's house, &e.deficiency for distillery, provisions concerning ..... 131
appropriation for .................. 118, 314 to be accounted for by assesse ......... 134
Lightn q theStreets London,
of Washington, . C, with gas, piovis. consulate at, to be known as a consulate-
ionl concerning ................. 261, 266 general ............................ 320
Light-Ships, Long Bridge,
appropriations for .................. 112, 304 appropriation for repairs of............ 8
Limitations, Statute of, Long Island,
indictments for treason, murder, piracy, Secretary of War may take possession of
and casting away of vessels to be found part of, in Boston harbor, foi military
within five years .. ......... 183 purposes .......... ................ 7
when act takes effect, and to apply to Attorney-General to appiove the title .... 7
certain foimer offences ....... 183 Long, Margaret C,
failure for two years to institute suit pension to ........................... 405
against defaulting postmaster not to Look, Richard,
dischige suieties ............. 197 pension to ....................... .447
sureties to be discharged, if suit is Lorag, Harrison,
not brought in three years ..... 197 payment to .......................... 379
Lincoln, Abraham, Lost Pi operty,
appropriation to purchase portrait of, to claimants for certain, to be paid judg-
be placed in the executive mansion. . 309 ments in their favor, upon, &e........ 24
to be selected by the incoming Presi- Lotteries,
dent ................. 309 letters concerning, not to be deposited in
to fulfil contract for statue of, by post-office to be sent by mail ......... 196
Vinnie Ream ............. .292 Louisiana,
Lincoln Monument Association, the government existing in, March 23,
act to mcorpotate, and its object ....... II 1867, declared to be not legal ........ 14
first trustees and vacancies ........ . 11 if continued, how to be continued ....... 14
property of corporatiun, and what exempt convention in, for flaming constitution,
from taxes ................ .. 11 of whom to conqist, and how appointed 3
rules and regulations, and collection of laws and treaties of the United States, to
money ... ..... ....... 1t be published in three newspapers in .. 8
officeis and boatd of manageis of .... 11 fourteenth amendment of the Constitution,
bond of tiesarer .................. 11 proclaimed to be adopted by.... 705, 710
certain damaged and captured oidnance admitted to representation in Congress,
to be given to .................... 255 when, &c ......................... 73
no metal to be appropriated un.il the fundamental condition ............. 73
voluntary conttibutions amount to first meetin of legislatie ........... 74
$100,000 255 %hen act takes effect ................ 74
only such metal to be used as is neces- law foi disbanding militia fos'ces repealed
sai y for casting certain figures ..... 255 asto ......................... 266
Lindsay, Robert L, repeal of act prohibiting the oiganization
payment to ....... ........... 431 of the militia forces in .............. 337
Liquors, po4t-roads established in .............. 47
sales of, by auctioneer, exempt from cer- Louis ille and Po?tiand Canal,
tain penalties ................ 144 expense of completing to be estimated... 25
Lithoqraphingand Enq ainy, Lowe) 1i uls,
for Senate and House, appropriations for, 95, appiopriations for the ........ 215, 216, 217
285 Loyalty,
tiansfer of appropriation to appropriation questions of, in couits of the United
for ........... 343, 344 States, to be proved by peisons assert-
Little Rock Island, ing ........................... 75
title to, confit med to Jonathan L Pearce, what to be purma facie eidence against.. 75
Jr ..................... 437 L S Shicklana," The S(hooner,
Loan Certificates, certificate of registiy, or, &c to issue to.. 122
issue of temporary, authorized ........183 Lyden, Timothy,
Loans and Trezsuiy Note , payment to ...... ............... 381
appiopitations for, expenses of 111, 306,
Lyinq-in Asyum,
312 in the District of Columbia, appropna-
no part to be expended for commis- tions for ..... .... ........ 233, 310
sions .. .. .. Lynch, George,
111
pnnting and binding, except, &c to pension to ... ................. 358
be done at government printing Lyon, Briqadier-GeneralNathaniel,
office .. ...... 111 monument to be erected to ........... 187
no woik to be done in engraving time limited foi erection of monument to,
and punting bureau foipuivate to commence to run from what date ..... 339
parties ............ ....... 813
Local Inspectors of Steamboats, M.
appropriations for pay of ...... 111, 301
limit of amount to be received by, for Afachinery,
tiavel in any year .............111,301 and other articles deliverable on contracts
Locker, George TV, made with the United States, internal
pension to . ............ ........... 370 tax on, not altered ............... 59

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Machinery, (continued) Mail Steamers,
agricultural, admitted free of duty, for between San Francisco, Honolulu, Japan,
one year ................. 2 260 and China, to have a government agent
imported for repair only, to be flee of duty 271 aboard ............................ 195
rules, &c. respecting the importation Mail Steamship Slervwe,
thereof ............................ 271 between the United States and China
Maclean, John, and Japan, to be extended and im-
appointed regent of the Smithsonian In- proved ...................... 30, 31
stitution .......................... 246 to be done without additional expense 31
Madagascar, appropriations for ................ 55, 323
treaty with, of February 14, 1867 ....... 491 Postmaster-General may establish in con-
contracting parties ................... 491 nection with the, a general postal
peace and friendship .............. 491 agency at Shanghai, with branch agen-
right of dominion and of domicile ...... 491 cies in Japan and China .............
Maine,
195
when any premises may be entered 491
religions woship............... 491 post-roads established in ... 14, 47, 189, 329
rights of persons and of property ...... 492 payment to, under the treaty of Wash-
contracts fox land, how to be executed... 492 ington, fot land assigned to settlers... 120
trade, except in certain places ....... 492 settlers to be first quieted in their
commerce, tariff .................. 4§2 possession ...................... 120
prohibited imports and expoit ....... 492 Mains, Charles,
no duties, &c. on vessels of either, greater pension to ........................ 442
than are imposed on ves,els of the most Makahs,
favored nation ................. 492 appropriations for the .............. 208, 209
certain' ports not to be enteted by United Mandans,
States vessels .............. 492 appropriations for the ................. 199
consuls, their residences and privileges.. 492 Manual Labor Schools,
rights of citizens in each country when in pioveded lar by treaty with certain Indian
the other country ....... ........ 492 tribes ................. 497, 500, 516
civil rights and criminal offences . 492 See Titles of the several Indian Tribes.
disputes, how to be settled ..... ... 492 Manufactured Tbbacco,
regulations as to vessels ............. 492 not to be sold after Feb. 1, 1869, unless,
mutiny and desettion .............. 493 &c ............................... 266
hell) in cases of shipwreck ............ 493 Manufacturer,
Magazines, Naval, of stills to give notice of all sales ........ 130
approyriations for .................... 71 definition of...................... 151
.Afagune, lames ., special tax of .................... 151
pension to ............... ......... 447 of cigars, definition of............... 15E
Mail Aqents, special tax of ................. 152
foreign, of the government, to have free to give bond .. .................. 152
passage on the ships of the United to make yearly inventoiy ........ 161
States Mail Steamship Line . . .. 230 of tobacco, definition of ................ 152
Mail and Emiqrant Passenger Steamships, special tax of . .................. 152
between New York and one or more to give bond ............ ...... 154
European ports, act to establish an who sell tobac(o of own produc-
American line of .......... .. 229, 230 tion, not requiied to pay tax as
See United States Mail Steamship Line. deale ..................... 152
Mail-Bags, Locks, 4-c to give notice and statement of busi-
appropriations for .................. 55, 323 ness ................. 153
Mail Depredations, to obtain certificate from collector.. 154
appropriations to prevent ........... 55, 323 to put up sign, form of ....... 154
Mail Matter, to make yearly inventory of stock.. 155
between Kansas and California, provision to keep books of daily account of
respecting postage on ........... .. 79 business ................. 155
Mails, to make abstract of account on 10th
transportation of the, Postmaster General of each month ................ 155
may cancel contract for, and make a to famish abstract of account to as-
new one ..................... 22, 23 sistant assessor .............. 155
Mail Service, to print or affix label on each pack-
overland mail and marine, between New age, form of................. 156
York and Califoinia ........ 175 Manufactures,
steamship between United States and of articles not, specifically taxed except,
Brazil . ..................... 175, 323 &c whose annual sales exceed $ 5,000,
between San Francisco, Japan and to pay tax on excess ............. 59
China ................... 55, 323 rate of tax eturns, &e.. ............ 59
and the Sandwich Islands .55, 323 first assessment to be, July, 1868 ....... 59
between Fort Abercrombie, to Helena, certain, exempted from internal tax, after
changed to post-coach service. ... 254, 323 Apiil 1, tA S .................. 58, 59
Mails, Inland and Foreign, diawback not to be allowed on cet tam... 59
appropriations for transportation of. .55, 323 claim for, when to be presented ..... 59
Mail Stations. See Sunsiton, 4-c Manufacturers' National Bank of New Yo k
cession by the Sissiton, &c Indians to may change its location to Brooklyn .... 242
the United States of the right to con- when change to be effected ........ 242
struct, upon then lands ............. 506 notice of change to be published .... 242

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Maquoketa River, Iowa, McDonald, First Lieutenant A. J.,
bridge across, authorized ............. 257 to be dropped from rolls, for absence
State of Iowa to provide, whether with or without leave ...................... 263
without draws ...................... 257 McDonald, William,
Marie, Henry B Ste, pension to ........................ 446
appropriation for payment to ........... 234 McDonald, Wdliam H.,
repeal ofjount resolution ............. 234 pension to ........................... 397
joint resolution for payment to ....... 433 McGough, Peter,
Marine Corps, credit to be allowed to ................. 459
appiopriations for pay, &c. of, tor the McGrorty, Bridget W.,
years ending Jane 30, 1860, and June pension to ........................... 359
30, 1870 ............. 71, 72, 279, 280, 315 McIntosh, James,
Marine Fortifications, may be admitted into the asylum for the
Ryan-Hitchcock mode of, to be inquired insane in the District of Columbia ..... 429
into and reported upon ......... 345, 346 McKan, Capt, William,
Marine Hospital, pension to ........................... 370
at Chelsea, Mass, appropriation for re- Mc7inney, Maitha E.,
modelling ...................... 173 pension to ........................ 447, 448
appropriation for construction of, at Chi- McLean, Thomas,
cago ........................... .314 ' may. enter and purchase certain land in
Marley, John, Stockhi idge reservation .............. 359
pension to .......................... 418 McMahon, Reterend John,
Mtfarquette 6- Ontonagon R. R Co, the President requested to intercede for
lands granted may be declared forfeited the release of, now confined at King-
to, &c ......................... 252 ston, Canada West ................ 254
Marriage McMurray, Jane,
of widow or dependent mother, not to pension to ........................... 438
deprive of pension for the period be- McNaughton, Jane,
fore remarriage .................. 237 pension to ........................ .414
Marshal, McNeal, Luther,
for the district ofNebraska, appointment, allowance to be made to, in settlement of
duty, and pay of ................... 5 accounts ........................ 464
Marshal, Supreme Court, U. S, McPherson, James B,
appropriations for salary of ......... 35, 301 credit to be allowed in settlement of ac-
Marshals. See District Marshals. counts ........................... 432
appropilations for district ... .109, 110, 301 McPherson Monument Assocition,
appropriations for, for consular courts.58, 321 of Clyde, Ohio, condemned cannon, mus-
Marsh, John Le, kets, &c given to ................ 349
pension to ........................ 412 Meade, Major-General George G,
Martindale, John H, Secretary of War to employ counsel for
made manager of national asylum for dis- defence of, in certain suits, under re-
abled, &c. soldiers ............ 250 constiuction laws .................. 248
Maryland, Means, Mary A,
post-roads established in .... 48, 189, 329, 330 may select quarter-section of land ...... 497
Mascher, Eliza, Mechanical Departments,
may apply for exrension of patent granted meal, grinding of flour at navy yards,
to John F Mascher ................ 403 appointment of superintendents of.... 69
Mash, grain allowed in distillery for distillation
to be made only at distillery ......... 126 purposes ..... .......... 130
not to be sbId or removed from distilley. 126 Medals, 4-c
foi ty-five gallons equal to one bushel of awnided to soldiers by legislatures of
grain .................... 133 States, may be sent by mail free of
seven gallons equal to one gallon -of po,,tage ........................... 248
molasses ................. 134 Medaeakantons,
Masonic Mutoal Relief Association of the Dis- appropriations for the .............. 221
trict of Columbia, Mdcal and Hospital Deportment,
act to incolporate the ............. 334, 335 of the army, appropriations for..64, 314, 316
Massachusetts, sums that have accrued to the credit of,
post roads established in ........ 48, 189, 329 from sales of stores, to be covered into
payment to, under the treaty of Washing- the ti-easury ................ 64
ton, for land assigned to settlers.... 120 Medical and SurqicalHistory of the Rebellion,
settlers to be first quieted in their resolution for printing the first part of
Sossession......... 120 the .............................. 347
master Marancs, Medical Depa,tment,
at navy-yards, qualifications and appoint- no new appointments and no promotions
ment of ........................ 69 in, until otherwise directed by law.... 318
Mathews, Eliza, Medical Museum, Army,
pen"ion to .......................... 421 appropration for...............64,316
McBride, Phoebe, Medica Statistics of the Provost Marshal's
pension to ......................... 423 Bureau,
Mc abe, Roshnda, provision for publication of .......... 66
and children, pension to ............ 416, 417 resolution for the printing of the . 66, 347
MeCrory, Robert, to be compiled by Surgeon J H B o-
pension to ........ ....... ......... 369 ter ............. ... .............. 347

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Medical Stores, Surplus, Mexico, (continued)
may be sold at first prices, to national mode of pocedure ............. 681,682
asylum, &c......................... 21 umpire to be called in, if, &c ...... 682
Medical, J-c WEiks, decisions to be given in writing..... 682
for libraty of surgeon-general, appropria- each government may name an agent to
tion for .... ................... 64,816 attend the commission on its behalf... 682
Medicie and Surgery, decisions to be absolutely final and
appropiatioUs for bureau of.71, 104, 105, 279, conclusive .............. ...... 682
297 full effect to be given thereto ..... 682
Meeker's Island, no claim arising from any tiansaction
land grant to Minnesota, to aid in con- prior to Feb 2, 1848, to be considered 682
structing and completing lock and dam claims to be presented within eight
at, to improve the navigation of the months of the day of first meeting of
Mississippi river ................. 169 commissioners, unless, &e ....... 683
Mellon, Michae, time not to be extended for over
pension to ........ .................. 370 three months longer ............. 683
Members of Conpress, commissionets to decide upon every
may be elected managers of the national claim within two years and six months
asylum for disabled volunteers ...... from, &c.... ... ........ .... ... 683
payment of, compens ition and mileage to 24 awaids in favor of the citizens of one
See Congress. country, to be deducted flom those in
favor of the citizens of the other
appropriations for the ................. 209 country .. ........... 683
Merchand, Leander, 4- Co., balance, to the amount of S 300,000,
ayment to, for cotton wrongly taken... 398 to be paid in twelve months in
Merant,Mary, gold or Its equivalent. ........ 683
pension to ........................... 423 residue of balance, when and how
Merritt, M F, to be paid ...... ........ ... 683
payment to ......................3 80 proceedings of commissions to be taken
Messengers, as a full settlementot all claims atising
deficiency approptiation for additional .. 60 out of any tiansaction of a date prior
pay of, established in the executive or to the exchange of iatifications . .. . 684
judicial departments ............... 287 accuiate records to be kept of the pio-
Meers, eedings of the commission..... 684
for distilled spirits, joint commission to secretaries and their pay..... .... 684
examine and report upon ....... 246 pay of commissioners and umpne . .. 684
no woik to be done upon, until commis- whole expenses to be deducted from sums
sion leports . .................... 246, 247 awaided .. ......... ... 684
Meters and Meter Safes, but not to exceed five per cent thei eof 684
to be prescrib-d by commissioner of inter- convention between the United
nal revenue ................... 125 States and, of July 10, 1868, for ieg-
Metropoltan Police, ulating the eivenship of emigiants . 687
appropriations for salaries and expenses citizens of one country natnialized in the
of ....................... 116, 307 other, to be held and treated as citizens
cities of Washington and Geoigecown, of such other countiy ............... 687
and Washington county to pay a cei- declaration of intention to become a citi-
tain sum and in whit proportion. .116, 307 zen, not to have the effect of naturaliza-
special tax may be levied theiefoi 116, tion ........................ 688
307 naturalized citizens, ieturning to original
Metropolitan Railroad Company, country, liable to tiial for offences com-
time for completing its line of street rail- mitted befoie emigiation. . .. . 688
ways extended ........ 339 convention of December 11, 1861, for the
Mexico, extradition of fugitives from justice, to
convention batweei the United States remain in full force. .............. 688
for the adjustment of claims .. - 679 naturalization, how may be renounced . 688
claims upon both countiues to be sub- when the intent not to ieturn may be
mitted to commissionsis. ..... 680 held to exit 688
proceedings in case of the dath or when this convention shall take effect, and
absence of either commisioner . 680 how long to iemain in force ... , 689
commissioners to meet in Washington Mamies,
within sic months ........ ... 680 appropriations for the ... ...... 209
to subcilba a solemn declaration treaty with the, of February 23, 1867 . 513,
which shall be enteied of iecord . 680 521,527
to name an umpiie .......... 681 those wishing to remain in Kansas and
if they cannot agiee upon an umpie, become citizens can do so. . . 521
each sh il name a person, and it shall those desiring to remove can do so 521, 527
be decided by lot in any case, which of provisions as to the conveyan(e of land 521,
the two shalt act as umpire in that case 681 527
the umpire to subscribe a solemn may be united with the Peorias, &c -. 520
declaration .............. .. . 681 reserved lands to be sold ..... 521, 527
if umpue declines to act, &c another mode of sale .. . . . 521, 527
may be appointed ............ 681 taxes, register, payments, schools, clanms
commissioners to investigate and decide for damages ... .... 521, 522 527
claims ............................. 681 this treaty for the Westein Miamies..522, 52;

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.Miamies, (continued.) Military Reservation, (continued.4
agency buidings, transfer of funds, &e... 522, patent for eighty acres of ort Howard,
527 to issue to Chicago and northwestern
expenses of negotiating treaty ....... 523, 527 Railway Company .................. 252
Mwhigan, right of way across Fort Leavenworth,
post-roads established in .... 48, 189, 329, 330 granted to certain railroads, &c... 238, 239
collection district of, extended, and to in- part of, at Sault Ste. Marie, conveyed to
clude what.................... 78 the American Baptist Home Mission
lands granted to, for certain railroads, Society ............................ 281
not to be forfeited, &e ............... 252 Military Site,
Michdimackinac, at Waterford, Pennsylvania, may be sold 39
collection district of, extended, and to in- Mdtary Storehouse,
clude what ........................ 78 at Fort Monroe, Va., may be rebuilt.... 250
to be called superior............... 78 Military Wagon Road,
Middle Oregons, land granted to Oregon for, from navigable
appropriations for the ................. 205 waters of Coos Bay to Roseburg ..... 340
Midshipmea, lauds granted, how only to be disposed of 340,
Secretaty of the Navy to appoint, to the 341
United States naval academy from construction of road .............. .. 341
certain States ............... .... 267 to be public highway, and free from tolls
none to be appointed from certain States. 267 to the United States .............. .. 341
law authorizing the selection of ten en- to be completed within five years, if not,
listed apprentices annually as, repealed 280 all lands unsold to revert to the gov-
Midway Islands, ernment ........................... 341
in the Pat ific ocean, appropriation for Militia Forces,
deepening the entrance to the harbor law for disbanding in cevain States for-
of ... .......................... 279 merly in rebellion, iepealed as to Ala-
Mileage of Army Officei s, bama, Florida, Louisiana, North and
appropriatons for ................. 65, 317 South Carolina .................... 266
Miles, Hattie and Thomas J., " repeal of act prohibiting the organization,
may each select eighty acres of land ...... 497 &c. of the, m certain States lately in
Mi itary Academy, rebellion ....... ................. 337
appropriations for support of the, for the Miller, Captain Thomas W.,
years ending June 30, 1869, and June payment to ........................... 409
30, 1870 .................... 42, 268 Miller, ElizabethJ.,
provi ion as to non-allowiance of extra- widow of General John Miller, pension to 439
duty pay to enlisted men ........... 42 Miller, Samuel N.,
whole number of visitors each year not to may apply for extension of patent ....... 391
exceed seven ...................... 42 Mills, Harriet Af.,
limitations upon expenditures of appro- pension to .......................... 451
priation.............. ....... 43 Mineral Oil,
band at, not to be discharged ......... 318 distillers and refiners of, to pay manu-
Mditary Asylum, facturers' tax ...................... 167
at Togus, near Augusta, Me, appropria- Mines and Mining,
tions for rebuilding .............. III appropriation for collecting statistics of.. 115
building to be completed without appropriation for collection of statistics
further appropriation by the gov- of, by Professor R W. Raymond. . 306
ernment................ 111 transfer of former appropriation ........ 306
Military Defences, Mining Claim,
appropriation for surveys for ........... 318 no title given to any valid, by a certain
Mlilitary Districts, act of Congress ................ . .67
appropriations for expenses of the recon- Minister Resident,
struction acts in the several ...... 175, 176, of the United States, resident in Venezu-
duties of commanding generals in, as re- ela, if appointed commissioner, to ad-
gards registration ........ 2, 3, 14, 15, 16 just claims, to receive certain compen-
certain acts of army officers in, confirmed 15 sation ............................. 18
See Rebel States, Registration at Portugal, payment of salary withheld
Military Justice, from piesent ... ......... ....... 315
approprations for office of ......... 103, 295
Mili~tary
to the Argentine Republic and Uruguay,
71sts, additional salary ot .................. 319
on territory ceded by Russia to the Unit- Ministers, 4-c of the United States,
ed States, treaty provisions concern- to foreign countries, appropriations fbu 56, 319
Ing. .. .......... .... .... 542 not to receive salaries while absent from
1ilitary Road, post, if, &c....................... 58,321
from Fort Wilkins, Michigan, to Fort Afinnecongou Indians,
Howaid, Wisconsin, time for complet- appropliations for the ............. 216, 217
ing, extended ................. .. 67 Mzmeconjon Band of Sioux Indians See
fromn Eugene City to eastern boundary Sioux, -c.
of Oregon, time for completion of, ex- treaty with, of April, 1868 .......... 635, 642
tended ........ ...... 338 Minnesota,
Miliary Reservaton. See Fort Leacenwo post-roads established in ........ 48, 189, 330
at Fort Leavenworth, ilight of way across, appropriation foi surveyor-general, of his
given to certain railroads... 122 cleiks, &c . .. ........... 101,292
Fort Gratiot, may be sold. ...... 123, 124 foi sivex s of public lands ..... 116, 3SJ7
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Minnesota, (continued) Missouri River,
land grant to, to improve the navigation bridge across, authorized on or near Fort
of the Mississippi river .............. 169 Leavenworth military reservation.. 121, 122
to build lock and dam at Meeker's at St Joseph, Missouri ............ 122
Island ......................... 169 Mitchell, Amelia,
lands, bow to be selected ............. 169 may select half-section of land .......... 497
not fioin certain lands ............ 169 MztcheIl, Suaan A ,
how to be disposed of ............. 169 pension to ........................... 374
to revert to the United States, if, &c. 169 Mixed Courts,
when to be opened to actual settlers, application to be made to abrogate that
and on what terms ............. 169 pait of the treaty with Gteat Britain,
to revert to the United States if suf- Nihich iequtres the keeping up of ..... 321
ficient appropriation is made by Mzxed Seneca and Shawnee Indians,
the government to complete the treaty with, of February 23, 1867 ....... 513
lock and dam ................ 169 See Senecos, Shawnees.
lands already gianted for railroad pur- Mobile, Ala.,
poses, not affected ................ 169 construction of steam revenue cutter for. 302
lock and dam to be a public highway... 169 Modocs,
additional land district created in ...... 184 appropriations for the ................. 208
boundaries, name, &c................ 184 Molallos,
registers and receivers to be appointed. . 184 appropriations for the ................. 200
construction of limits of land district Molds,
in ........................... 343 appropriations for the ................. 209
provision as to iailroad fiorn Fon du Mohn, Julia M.,
La.......................... 307 payment of pension to ................ 385
Mint and Branches, "Monarch," The Bak,
appiopriations for ......... 106, 107, 298, 299 certificate of regtstty, or, &c.to issue to. ,.
0
122
pay of weighing and calculating clerks . 105 Money i derq, Postal,
"available profits" of, to be covered into fees or chaiges for ................... 194
the treasury ................. ... 107 pay of postniasieis for money order busi-
to continue to refine gold and silver bul- ness .......... ................ 194
hon ............................... 114 limit of amount ................. 195
not to contract to exchange crude bullion duplicate to be issued without charge in
for refined bars ..................... 114 case of loss ..... ........... .... . 195
Missions, or where onginal is invalid for want
treaty provisions concerning, as to lands of piesentment for payment ... 196
of the Pottawatomie Indians...... 534, 586 applicant to finish certificate, that, &c. . 195
Mission Schools, postal, on foieign countries for exchange
lands of the Pottawatome Indians here- of small sums of money ........ 196, 197
tofore set apart for, to be granted to, penalty for fosging, &c. postal money
&e...... . ............... ... 534, 536 order, with intent, &c ............. 195
Mississippi, for knowingly altering any such or-
the government existing in, March 25, der with intent, &c............. 195
1867, declared to be not legal ......... 14 Money-Order System,
if continued, how to be continued ....... 14 'salary of supeimtendent of money nider
convention in, for framing constitution, of system ..................... .. 196
whom to consist, and how appointed.. 3 approptiations for superintendent of. 297,
persons holding civil offices in the pro. 317
visional goyernment of, who cannot appropriation for .............. 323
take the oath, to be removed ........ 344 Montana Ierrtory,
act when to take effect ........ ....... 344 appropriations for government in... 109, 300,
post-roads established in .............. 49 313
Mississippi River, The, amounts appropriated for legislative as-
two diedge boats to be built and operated semblies, to be expended in payment of
to keep open the passes at the mouth biennial sessions, after July I, 1869 109
of ........... 25 surveyor-general of. .. 101, 115, 293, 306
authority given to build biidge across, op- surveys of public lands in ........ 117, 307
posite St Lous ................. 123 post-toads established in ........ 49, 333
aid given to the impiovement ofr, at the appropriations for Indian service in .. 220
Des Moines or Rock Island tapids. .. 124 biennial sessions of the legislative assem-
right of way, matei als, &c may be bly of, established ............ 281, 300
taxed ........ ............124 members of the house of representatives
grant of public lands to Minnesota, to aid of, to be elected for two years ... 281,300
to improve the naviation of ........ 169 Moorehead, Joseph,
provisions respecting bridge oves, at Rock to be admitted into the a'ylum for the in-
Island ............ ... ...... 258, 259 sane in Washington, D C ............ 436
Missouri, Morrison, Second Lieutenant Guy,
appropriations for recorder of land titles to be dropped from rolls, for absence with-
in ......................... .. 101, 293 out leave .. ..................... 263
post-roads established in .... 49, 190, 330, 331 Morse, Henry E,
certain troops of, placed on an equality pension to widow and minor children of.. 366
with volintees as to bounties........ 256 Morse, W S.,
Missourtas, payment to, for collecting papers, &a re-
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Moses, Walianm F., NationalBanking Associations, (continued)
pension to ........................... 422 of Second: National Bank of Plaits-
Mounted Volunteers, burgh ........................ 281
services of certain, may be accepted to in lieu of all reports now required, to
suppress hostilities with Indians ...... 17 make not less than five reports each
pay, subsistence, &c. of, if accepted ...... 17 year to the comptroller of the currency 326
Mount Vernon Arsenal, form of reports ....................... 326
appropriations for .................... 66 reports, how to be verified and attested.. 326
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association to exhibit what ................... 326
of the Union, appropnanon for relief of.. 311 to be sent to comptroller within five
to be applied to the preservation and days after receipt of request there-
repair of the property at Mount for .......................... 326
Vernon....................... 311 to be published in some newspaper
under whose direction ......... 311 in the place where the association
Muache Band of Ute Indians, is established ................... 326
treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ....... 619 if no newspaper there, then in news-
See Vie Indians. papei in county in place nearest
Mulligan, Cot James A., thereto ........................ 326
act for relief of widow and children of... 374 proof of publication to be such as re-
Mulligan, Marian, quired by comptroller ........... 326
p yment to .......................... 374 special reports May be called for by the
Murder,
comptroller ....... %................ 326
indictments for, to be found within five penalty forfailing to make and transmit
years from, &c ..................... 183 reports as required ................. 326
Museum, Army Medical, how may be collected ............. 326
appropriations for .................... 316 to be paid into the treasury ........ 326
Mutilated Notes of the United States additional reports to be made to comp-
may be cancelled and replaced ......... 34 troller of the amount of such dividend
declared, and of ihe net earnings in
excess of such dividends ............. 327
N. to be made within ten days after de-
clanng each dividend ............ 327
Names, how to be attested ................ 327
provisions as to change of, for residents penalties for not complying with the
in the District of Columbia .......... 33 provisions of law on this subject.. 327
NationalA-sociation for the Rlef of Destitute officers, clerks, or agents of, not to certify
Colored Women and Children, checks thereon, unless the drawer has
in the District of Columbia, appropriation at the time, on deposit in the bank, an
to aid in supporting ............... 309 amount of money equal to the check.. 335,
how to be expended .............. 309 336
National Association of American Sharpshooters, checks so certified to be good and valid
certain duties remitted to ............ 431 against the bank .................. 336
National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, penalty for unlawfnlly certifying 6hecks.. 336
members of Congress may be elected accessories to the embezzlement of the
managers of the .................. 1 funds, &c of, by their officers, how
barracks, buildings, &e at Camp Chase punished .......................... 339
to be turned over to managers of ..... National Banks,
21
surplus clothing, quartermasters' and shares in, to be taxed where ............ 34
medical stores to be sold to, at fiist of non-residents .................. 34
prices ............................. 21 temporary loan, certificates, issued to re-
resolution appointing managers of ...... 250 deem outstanding compond-interest
ordnance and small arms furnished to, notes to form part of reserve of ...... 183
for, &e ........................ National Cemetenes,
251
National Asylums for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, appropriations for .................... 309
certain books and public documents to be National Currency,
sent to, and to branches ............. 253 appropriations for expense of issuing 98, 290,
Natonal Asylums, 301
ordnance furnished to, for firing salutes. 251 National Hotel Cozpan,
small arms, &a for guard duty ....... r 251 incorporated in Wasington, D.C.....88,89
Natonal Banking Associations, National Life Insurance Company of die United
to pay a tax of ten per cent upon notes States qf America,
of cities, &e. paid out by them after act to incorporate .................. 184, 186
M y 1, 1867 ....................... National Lincoln Monument Association,
6
tax, how to be collected ............... 6 damaged and captured bronze and brass
not to loan money upon United States guns and ordnance to be placed at the
notes, or bank-notes, as collateral se- disposal of ........................ 334
curity ........................ 270 to be delivered at Springfield, Ill ....34
not to withhold such notes from use. ... 270 National Soldiers and'Sailors' Orphan Home,
not to offer or receive the custody, &c of of Washington, D. C., appropriations for 13,
such notes as collateral ............ 270 233, 310
penalty upon, and upon officers for viola- how tobe expended ............. 13, 310
tion .... .............. ... ......270 Naturalization.
name of City National Bank of New Or- when rights of, may be held to be re-
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Naturalization,(continued Navajo Tribe of Indians, (continued. I
Bavaria ......................... 662 Indians to go to reservation when iM-
Mexico ......................... 688 quired ............................ 670
See Tides of these Treaties. appropration how to be disbursed ...... 670
Naturalized Citizens, removal ......................... 670
of the United States, in foreign states, to sheep and goats ................ 670
be protected ........................ 224 cattle and corn ................... 670
release of those wrongly imprisoned by remainder, how invested ........... 670
foreign governments, to be demand- removal of, how made ................ 670
ed ......................... 224 reservation to be permanent home of .... 671
of certain foreign countries in the United penalty for leaving reservation ......... 671
States, and of the United States in cer- Naval Academy,
tain foreign countries, treaty provisions appropriations for .................. 70, 278
concerning, with Bavaria ......... 661, 662 for expenses of visitois to ...... 70, 279P
Mexico .................... .687, 68$ six persons designated by the government
Prussia ...................... 615, 616 otJapan may be received at......... 261
Nautical Almanac, provision as to appointment of midship-
appropriations for the American ...... 70, 278 men to ............................ 267
Navajo Indians, none to be appointed from certain
women and children of, to be relieved States .... ................. 267
from peonage ...................... 264 salary of secretary of, established ....... 280
Navajoe Indians, Naval Aqylum,
appiopriations for ................. 221, 310 appropriatItin for.................. 69, 277
Navajo Tibe of Indians, to be paid from income of naval pen-
treaty with, of Jane 1, 1868 ........... 667 sion fund ......................
Naval Machiieixt,
277
peace and friendship to be preserved ..... 667 all internal taxes upon certain,
offenders among the whites to be arrested remitted. 3836
and punished.................... 667 Naval Observatory,
among the Indians, to be given up appropriations for .................. 70, 278
to the United States, or, &c ..... 667 Naval Penson Fund,
rules for ascertaining damages ......... 667 appropriation for naval asylum, to be paid
reservation boundaries .............. 668 from income of....... : ............. 277
who not to reside thereon ......... 668 Naval Statons,
buildings to be erected by the United apropriations for ................. 69, 277
States ................. ....... 668 Nav torekeepers,
agent to make his home and reside where at navy yards, appointment of ......... 69
his duties are ................... 668 Navgation,
heads of families desiring to commence appropriations for bureau of.69, 70, 104, 277,
farming may select lands, &c ........ 668 296
effect of such selection ............. 668 Navy,
persons not heads of families ...... 668 officers of, holding any diplomatic or con-
certificate of selection to be de- sular office, to be deemed to have ie-
livered, &e .................... 668 signed ............... ... ........ 58
to be recorded ................ 668 appropriations for, for the years ending
survey to be made ................ 669 June 30, 1869, and June 80, 1870. 68- 72,
alienation and descent of property ....... 669 276- 280
children between six and sixteen to at- pay of officers and seamen........ 8, 276
tend school ........................ 669 preservation of vessels, purchase of mate-
school-houses and teachers ........ 669 rials and stores, labor, repairs, &e..... 6$
duty of agent ...................... 669 bureau of yaids and dotks ......... 68, 276
seeds and agricultural implements to be navy yaids ..................... 68, 69, 277
furnished .... ....... ....... .. . 669 naval stations and asylum ......... 69, 277
delivery of articles in hei of money and appropriations for naial asylum to be
annuities ........................ .669 paid from income of naval pension
clothing, &c.................. 669 fund............................ 277
Indians td"be furnished with no articles civil establishment at navy yards ..... 69-71,
they can make ................... 669 277 -280
annual appropriations in money for ten appointment of civil engineer and
years ......................... .669 naval stortkeeper .............. 69
may be changed .................. 669 superintendents of mechanical de-
army officer to attend delivery of goods, partments to be skilled in their
&e ............................ 669 duties, and appointed fiom civil
census to be made ................. 669 life ......................... .69
stipulations by the Indians as to outside bureau of equipment and recruiting. .69, .277
territoy .......... ......... .... 670 of navigation ............. 69, 277, 278
railroads ............. .......... 670 ,naval academy and visitors.. 70, 278,
residents, travellers, wagon trains... 670 279
women and children ............. 670 naval observatory .......... 68, 278
scalping ......................... 670 American Nautical Almanac 70, 278
roads or stations ............... 670 eclipse of the sun in August... 278
damages ............ :.......... 670 harbor of Midway Islands in
inuitaiy posts and roads ........... 670 the Pacific ................. 279
cession of reservation not to be valid, un- bureau of ordnance .............. 70, 279
less, &c ............................ 670 bureau of construction and repairs.... 71, 279

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Navy, (.ontinu d.) Nebraska, (continued.)


officer in charge of ordnance, &c at district judge of Iowa to act in Nebraska
Washington navy yard, to receive until judge is appointed ............. 6
no greater pay, &c.............. 279 public land granted-to, for an agricultural
bureau of construction and repairs .... 71, 279 college ............................ 13
of steam engineering ............ 71,279 amount of land to be granted ...... 13
of provisions and clothing ....... 71,279 post-roads established In ......... 50, 191,330
of medicine and surgery ....... 71,279 appropriation for office of surveyor-gen-
marine corps, pay, &c of.71, 72, 279, 280, 315 eral of ................ 101, 115, 293, 306
number of enlisted persons in, limited to for surveys of public lands in ... 116, 307
eight thousand five hundred men, &e.. 72 for surveying western boundary of.. 808
unexpended appropriations under this act geological explorations of public lands be-
on, &e to be carried to surplus fund, gun n, to be continued ............ 119
unless, &c ......................... 72 title to certain public lands in, con-
Secretary of Treasury, in next annual es- firmed .......... ................ 1 6
tamatee of appropriations, to state bal- the Giand Island land district established 224
ances, &c7........................ 72 boundaries, officers, &e. of ......... 224
seamen, ordinary seamen, and landsmen lands therein not ieserved, to be ex-
doing duty as firemen on vessels of war, pobed to sale ................ 224
to receive extra pay ............... 280 provisons of former act, confirming
salary of secretary of naval academy es- titles to lands in, extended ........... 269
tablished ...................... 280 title confirmed to those holding deed from
law authorizing the selection of ten en- patentee ........................... 269
listed appi entices annually for midship- Nelsdn, William F.,
men, repealed................... 280 pension to ...................... .... 421
officers of, to assist the civil authorities Netherlands,
and coarts in sustaining the laws, postal convention with, September 26,
&C ......................... .....698 1867 ........... ....... ......... 569
Nay Department, exchange of correspondence .......... 569
appropriations for the ........ 103 - 105, 295 to embrace what.............. 569
for incidental, &e. expenses ......... 104 offices for exchange of mails in each
for Navy Department building ..... 103 country ........................... 569
for contingent expenses of .... 104, 296 arrangements for despatch of mails ..... 569
for the bureaus of... 104- 105, 295- 297 cost of transportation ............. 569
for the building occupied by.....105, 297 weight for single rate of postage, and
aeficiency appropriation for .......... 315 rule of progression .................. 569
marine corps ...................... 315 rates of postage .................. 569, 570
salary of solicitor and judge advocate of. 313 rates when direct steam lines are estab-
Navy Pension Fund, hshed ........ : .................... 570
certain sums remaining after decrees of prepayment optional ................ 570
distribution in prize cases, to he paid to proceedings when postages are unpaid or
thecredit of................... 121 not sufficiently paid ................ 570
rate of interest to be allowed on ........ 170 registered correspondence to pay addi-
Niavy Pensions. See Pensions. tional fee ...................... .570
appropriations for, for the years ending what correspondence may be registesed.. 570
June 30,1869, and June 30, 1870..170, 268 basis for settlement of accounts ........ 570
Navy Yard, regulations for despatch of correspod-
appropiiation for survey of site for, at once ........................... 570,571
New London, Ct ................... 303 exchange of correspondence by open
Navy Yard at Leaque Island, mails .......................... 671
appropriation for survey of site for'. 302 transit of cldsed mails through either
Navy Yard, New York, country .................. ........ 571
the Roggles property adjoining, may be postal accounts, %hen to be stated, &c.... 571
purchased, without, &e .............. 29 transfer of dosed mails without expense. 571
title to be otherwise approved ....... 29 official communications ................ 571
Navy Yards, imssent letters, articles, &c ............ 571
appropriations for ............... 68, 69, 277 detailed regulations ................. 571
fur civil establishments at ...... 69, 277-280 when this convention takes effect, and
appointment of civil engineer and naval how long to continue ................ 572
storekeeper at ...................... 69 subject to approval .................... 572
of superintendents of mechanical de- Neastaedter, John A.,
partments &e.................. 69 payment to .......................... 394
.Nayor,Benjamin B, Neutalitt Act,
pension to widow and nnor children of.. 373 appropriations fbr expenses under the .... 58,
Nebraska, 321
made one judicial district, and how called 5 Nevada,
attached to eighth judicial district.. 5 selection of putlid lauds by, under rail.
judge, marshal, and attorney to be ap- road grants by Congress ........... 67
pointed for ...... ;.................. 5 pte-emptiott and homestedd qlaimns
salaries, powers, and duties ......... 5 exempt : .................... 67
times and places of holding circuit and certain, to be made in four years .... 67
district courts ...................... 5 land taken at minmhin pre of $2.50 per
provisions for pending process, appeals acre 'to equal two acres at minimunmi
and writs of error ........... L....... 5,6 price of $1.25 per acre ............. 67

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Nevada, (continued) New Mexico Territory, (continued.)


portions of, and of California, made a claims to lie surveyed and platted, and
land distr.i....
t .......... -......68 patents to issue ..................... 342
land office to be located where .... 68 surveys to conform to public surveys 342
salary of district attorney for, estab- New Orleans, Mobile, 4- Chattanooqa R R. Co.
lished .. ...... ... ....... 109, 110 may construct bridges across ce tam nav-
appiopriatons for office of surveyor-gen- igable waters. ................... 38
oral of ............. 101. 115, 292, 306 road and bridges declaied lawful struc-
fi surveying boundary linc between, ties and a post-road .............. 38
and Colorado .. .. ...... 116 drawbridges to be maintained in chan-
eastern boundary of .......... 117 nel .......................... 38
northern boundary of ....... 308 when to be opened ................ 38
for surveys of' pubhc lands in...116, 308 Newport aid Cincinnati Bridge,
post-roads established n ........ 51, 191, 331 assent of Congress given to the construc-
appropriations for Indian beivice in ..... 199, tion of.................... 347, 348
220 may be withdrawn .......... 348
Newark, N. J., Newsppes s,
collection (customs) district of, extended 273 hmt of, to senators and representatives
New Hampshire, in Congress .. . ................... 35
post roads established in ........... 191, 331 appropi atons for, for senators and repre-
New Jrse, sentatives .............. 92, 94, 284, 285
post-roads established in ......... 51, 191, 331 for purchase of, foi files of, for library
New London, Ct , of Congress ................ 95, 285
app opi ration for survey of site for navy weekly, may be sent to regular subscrib-
yard at ... ....................... 303 ers in county free of postage ......... 195
Newman, Zrdoek T, carriers not required to distribute
pension to .... ..................... 405 them, unless, &c .............. 195
New Mlersco, rates of postage upon, &c. with certain
certain laws passed by the legislative as. foreign countries...545, 563, 565, 569, 573,
semubly of, made valid .............. 23 577, 601, 691
New Mexico Territory, See Postage and Titles of the seeral Foreign
post-roads established* in ............... 51 Countries.
appropriation for government...... 108, 300 New Trials,
for surveyor-general, &c. of. 101, 115, 292, in court of claims, may be granted on be-
306 half of the United States, mithin what
fbr surveys of public lands in . 117, 308 time and for what cause ............. 75
for Indian service in ........... 198, 220 New Yoik,
veto powsr of the govertior of......... 239 post toads establibhed in....51, 191, 331, 336,
sessions of legislative assembly of, to be 337
biennial .... ... ... .... .......... 300 location ofpowder magazines in the vicin-
secretary of Territory to be ex officio su- ity of . ........................ 251, 252
perintendent of public buildings and New York City,
grounds ............ ... .. ... . 240 expenses of army, &c. at and near, to be
salary therefor ................. 240 reduced ................. .... .... 247
to adminite oaths to members elect buildings to be hired at, for storage of
of the legislature .............. .240 army stores, &c ................ 247, 248
who to administer the oaths in his appropriation for laying foundation for
absence .......... ... ...... . 240 building for post-office at.......... 305
annual salary of, established ... . 240 •exchange of property in the Park, author-
act to confirti certain private land claims izea, &c .......................... 305
in, amended ........... ...... 275, 440 no money to be paid, nor liability in-
exterior lines of claims of Coinelio Vierl - curred ............ ..... ..... 305
and Cram St. Vrain, to be adjusted... 275 New York and Oswego Mzdlund R. R. Co,
claims of actual settlers thereon, to be ad- to have right of way through the public
justed ..... ...... ............... 275 land at Fort Ontario ............... 345
Vgl and St Vram may locate a quan- New York Arsenal,
tity of public lande, equal to amount of approp iations for.................... 66
homestead- and p'e-emption claims of New York Ha, bor,
actual settlers ...................... 275 removal of wreck of steamship Scotland
lines of pebica surveys to be run, &c..... 275, from ......... .................... 174
276 sunken rock from channel of . 174
cost tbereof to be paid how ......... 276 resolution to provide for the- emoi'al of
certain settlers may enter their improve- , the wreck of the steamship Scotland,
ments .... ........................ 276 repealed .......................... I
plats to claimants.................. 276 Nez Perces,
surveyor-general to -give notice that sur- appropriatiodis for the .............. 210, 211
vey is being made ................ 276 Wez Prce Tribe of Indians,
claimants to select and locate within what amendatory treaty of August 13, 1868, to
time .......... ................... 276 the treaty of June 9, 1863 ............ 693
no salt to be brought after, &c.......... 276 reservation to be surveyed ............. 693
act to confirm certain private land claims when the allotments are plowed and
in the Territory of ............... 342 schools established, the Indians outside
claim of the United States only relin- the reservation may be located upon
quished ........................... a42 ellotmetas within the reservation ..... 693

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Net Pereb Tribe of idiarns, (continued.) North Carolina, (continued.)
if allotments are not sufficient, those re- if continued, how to Pbe continued... 14
siding outside may remain upon lands convention in, for forming constitution, of
now occupied by them ........... 693, 694 whom to consist and how appointed .. S
timber to be protected... .......... 694 post-roads established in ....... 52, 191, 331
school moneys used for other purposes, to admitted to representation in Congress,
be reimbursed ................... 694 when, &c .... ... ................ 73
Nicaragua, fundamental condition ............. 73
treaty with, of June 21, 1867 ......... 549 first meeting of legislature ............. 74
peace and fiiendship ..... ...... 549, 550 when act takes effect .................. 74
freedom of commeice, coating trade . . 550 law for disbanding militia forces repealed
rights of most favored nations ...... 550, 551 asto ........ ......... . ......... 266
duties on imports ................... 551 repeal of act prohibiting the organization
no imports or exports to be pro- of the militia forces in ............... 337
hibited, except such as are pro- fourteenth amend ment of the Constitution
hibited to all nations .......... 551 proclaimed to be adopted by..703, 704, 710
tonnage duties, haibor dues, &c ... 551,552 Northen and Northwestern Lskes,
duties on imports to be the same in ves- appropitatious foi survey of ......... 12, 303
sels of either country .... ..... 552 surplus (harts of northwestern lakes may
rights of citizens of each country in the be sold to navigators .............. .303
territory of the other ........ 552, 553 Northern Arapahbe, 6-c Indians,
protection to perbons and prope ty ..... 553 treaty with, of May 10, 1868 ........... 655
commerce, succession to peisonal estate Northern Cheyenne and Northern Arapahoe
and disposal of personal property .553, 554 Tribes of Indians,
real estate. . ........ ...... 554 tieatywith, of May 10, 1868 .......... 655
intermariiage and holding property not peace and friendship to be preserved .... 655
to change national character . .554, 555 offendels among the whites to be arrested
exemption from compul'oty military ser- and punished ...................... 655
vice and contnbution,....... . 555 among the Indians, to he given up to
private property not to be taken for pub- the United States, &e ........... 655
lic use, without payment in advance . 555 rules for ascertaining damages ......... 655
freedom of travel and intercourse .... 555 reservation to be designated .......... 656
consuls, recognition, residence, privileges, territory outside surrendered ...... 656
and immunities ........... 555, 556 to belong to what agency ......... 656
in case unfriendly relations arise, citizens selection of reservations ........... 656
may remove propej ty .... .... 556 heads of families desiring to commence
rights of residents, citizens of the other farming may select lands, &e ....... 65
country. ................... 557 effect of such selection ........... 656
refuge and asylum ................ 557 persons not beads of families ....... 656
right of tiansit between the Atlantic and certificate of selections to be deliv-
Pacific oceans .................... 558 ered, &c ...................... 656
neutiality of the routes to be gusian- to be recorded ............... 656
teed ....................... 558 survey to be made .................. 656
one free port at each extremity of the alienation and descent of property ...... 655
route ......................... 558 children between six and sixteen to at-
no tonnage or other duties at ... 558 tend school ........................ 656
conveyance ot troops, tolls, &c.... 558, 559 school-houses and teachers ......... 657
protection of person and property on duty of agent ................... .. 657
transit routes ............... 559, 560 seeds and agricultural implements to be
the United States may protect these furnished .......................... 657
routes by force ................ 560 instruction in farming to be given ...... 657
authority to be exercised in pursu- delivery of artitles in lieu of money and
ance of laws of Congress ....... 560 annuities ................... ..... 657
protection by the United States may se clothing ......... ....... ......657
withdrawn .................... 560 annual appropriations in money for
rights of citizens of the United States to ten years .................. .657
be preserved ........... ...... 561 may be changed ............ 657
dividends in any company that may army officer to attend the deiery of
build railroad, &c................ 561 goods ................... 657
treaty to remain in force fifteen years.... 552 census to be taken ................ 657
Night Watchmen, subsistence to be furnished ........... 658
pay of, in Treasury Department, increased 110 cow and oxen to be given to each fam-
Nisqualtys, ily ...................... 658
appropriations for the ................. 210 physician, teachers, Sc to be furnished by
.NbWes, Henrietta, the United States ............... 658
pension to ........................... 385 cession of reservation, not to be valid, un-
Nugent, Sylvester, less, &c .... ................ ..... 658
p enem to ..........................
Non- .'sidessts, 386 annual presents to be given for most val-
uable crops ........................ 658
shares in national banks owned by, to be Northern Pacific Railroad,
taxed where ....................... 34 time for completing, extended .......... 255
North Carolina, , Northern Pacfc Railroad Company,
the government existing in, March 23, repor of, when to be filed and with
1867, declared to be not legal ........ 14 whom ............................. 4 9

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Noithern Parific Railroad Company, (continued.) Oath See Rebel States, Registration.
consent of Congiess given to, to issue form of, to be taken befoie registration in
bonds and secure the same by mort- the several military districts ....... :. 2
gage of its road, &c............... 346 who to administer .................... 2
purpose to which the funds are to be true intent and meaning ol ............ 15
applied .. ................... 346 to include all civil offices, &c.. .. 15
meanmg of "Paget Sound" as used in all persons elected, or appointed to office
the act, &c ................... ... 346 in the military distiicts, to take . . . 16
North German Union, knowingly swearing falsely in taking the
postal convention with, October 21, 1867. 577 oath to be perjury, and how punished. 4
exchange of coriespondence ............ 577 Oledence
to embrace what ............... 577 to the constitution and laws enjoined
offices for exchange of mails ia each upon all persons ................... 698
country ... ............ ......577 Observatorq, Naval,
arrangements foi despatch of mails .... 577 appropriation for .................. 70, 278
cost of transpoitation .......... 577 Obserbatory at Cambridge,
weight for single rate of postage, and rule customs duty remitted on certain meridi-
of progression................ 577, 578 an circles imported for ............. 464
rates of postage ............... ..... 578 Obstructing
prepayment optional on ordinary letters. 578 the execution of the constitution and
requiied on registered letters, &c . . 578 laws, warning against ............. 698
proceedings when postages are unpaid, or Obstructions, -
not sufficiently paid ............... 578 in harbors, &c. warnings may be placed
regulations for despatch of correspond- over .................... 249
ence ...................... 578, 579 appropriation for clearing, fiom toads,
registered coirespondence to pay addi- rivers, and harbois, for tioops ....... 317
tional fee,.................. 579 O'Connors, Catharine,
what coriespondence may be registered.. 579 pension to, and for her minor childien. 445
basis for settlement of accounts ...... 579 Office of Education,
exchange of correspondence by open established ..................... .106
mails . ............... 579 chief officer of, to be styled commissioner
transit of closed mails, through either of education ....... ........... ....106
countiy ............... .. ..... 579 appropriation for .. .................. 291
postal accounts, when to be stated, &c. 579 Qfcers, Intei nal Re enue,
transfer of closed m tits without expense. 579 heretofore appointed to continue until suc-
official communications ............ 580 cessors are appointed ............ 166, 167
miss-nt letters, articles, &c .. ...... 580 may require worm-tub cleansed fat exam-
provisions of this convention to be ex- mation.... .............. 139
tended to other German states .. 51o may enter distillery by night or day, &c 139
detailed regulations ............... 550 may break into dibillery, after demand to
former conventions to cease to be of enter and refusal .............. 139
force ......................... 580 may require material and assistance to
when this convention takes place, and complete inspection ............. 139, 140
how long to continue ............. 580 may bleak up giound of distillery to find
North Haven, Maine, pipes, and break wall ............ 140
made a po t of delivery ............. 63 may detain packages of spnits, uien,
Northroe, Sally C, &c .. . .. 141
patents for land to issue to ............ 408 may seize casks or packages, empty, with
Notaries Public, stamps not effaced............ 142
resid-nits, &c may take evidence, &c. in may examine books of accounts .... 139, 143
case. of contested elections ........ 267 Officers of Army,
Notes of the United States, dismissed by general conit-maitual, &c.
not to be retiied, so as to further reduce not to be testored, except by reap-
the curiency............... .4 pointment, &c ................. 125
mutilated, may be replaced . ...... .. Officers of the United States,
Notice , Lfc. and persons acting under them, to be pro-
may be ptinted in three newspapers in the tected in suits against them toracts
bistict of Columbia ............. 110 done by them during the iebellion,
how to be selected .............. 110 while auting under colot of their othic 243
Nott and Company, tight of appeal to the Supieme Court of
act for the elief of ............. .. 440 the United States.. .......... 243
claim of, to be examined by the Attorney- Official Costume,
Genetal ............. ............ 440 per'ons in the diplomatic service of the
Noyes, Henry C., UnIted States, not to wear, unless, &c. 23
new coupon bond to be issued to ........ 461 Offlcal Documents, Papers,
and entries in 'recoids, in offices of con-
suls, &c of the United States, duly
0. certified copies of, under the seal of
consul, &c to be admissible in evi-
Oath, dence in courts of the United States.. 266
to distiller's return, form of .......... 133 Ogallaleh Band of Sioux Indians. See Sioux, -c
Oath of Office, treaty with, of April, 1868 ........ "635 - 641
o.in of, to he taken by those fiora whom O' Galla&is,
legal disabilities have been removed... 85 appropitations for the ............216, 217

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Ohio, Oregon, (continued.)


commissioners to be appointed to aster- whole grant not to exceed, &c .......... 841
tain the amount of moneys spent by, in lands to be surveyed at earliest practicable
raising, &c.State forces during the re- period after, &c..................... 341
bellion .......................... 9, 10 Oregon Territory,
post-roads established in... 52, 191, 331, 332, claimants for property lost in suppression
347 of Indtan hostilities in, to be paid
Ohio River, judgmrents in their favor, upon, &c.... 24
surveys, &c to be made for ship canal "Orkney Puts," The Brigantine,
around the falls of the ............. 25 certificate of registry, or, &c.to issue to. 122
Oil, Osaca, Japan,
exempt fion tax ..................... 167 salary of consul at, established .......... 48
mineral, distillers and refiners of, to pay Osage Indian Reservation,
manufacturers' tax ................. 167 appropriation for survey of lands of. .118, 119
Olivar, Captain A G, Osage Indian Trmt Lands,
payment to ..................... 407, 408 ceded to the United States, appropria-
Omaka CdY, tions for survey of.................. 119
title to certain public lands in, confirmed.. 186 Osages,
Omaha Indian Reservation, appropriations for the ................. 211
appropriation for survey of lands of..... 119 Osler, John H,
Omaha, Nebraska, payment to: ......................... 438
appropriation to purchase site and to erect Oswego, N. Y,
building for pot office, courts, &c.....307 assent of the United States given to own-
Omahas, eis of certain lots in, to Lonstruct
appropriations for the ................. 211 wharves .......................... 263
Onk-pad-pah rildins, Ottawa Unit ersity,
appropriations for the ............ 216, 217 sale of lands to, &c .................... 518
Ordnance, Ottawas,
appropriations for office of chief of army..103, appropriations for the ................ 211
294, 295 treaty with the, of February 23, 1867, 513, 517
for bureau of navy..70, 71, 104, 105, 279, sale of land to the, and payment ........ 517
297 provisions of former treaty as to mem-
officer in charge of, at Washington navy bers of the tribe becoming citizens, ex-
yard, to receive no greater pay than, tended ....................... 517
&c .......... .............. 279 payment to individuals for losses ....518, 527
expenses of joint committee on ......... 118 education and schools ................. 518
Ordnance and Ordnancep Stores, sale of lands to Ottawa University ...... 518
damaged, &c to be sold .. ......... 259 Otter and other Far-beanng Animals,
proceeds of sale .... ........ 259 the killing of, in Alaska, prohibited .....241
Ordnance Department, penalty for................... 241
no new appointments and no promotions may be authorized by the Secretary
in, until otherwise directed by law..... 318 of the Treasury, except, &c ...... 241
Ordnance Se vice, Army, Ottoes,
alpropriations for ................66, 317 appropriations for the ................. 211
no part to pay for new cannon or
small arms ................. 66, 317
Oregon,
post-roads established in .......52, 192, 332
applopriations tbr office of surveyor-gen- Pacific Coast,
eral of ...............101, 115, 292, 306 appropriations for survey of ....112, 302, 312
for surveys of public lands in . .116, 308 Pacrfic Railroadand Branches,
portion to pay for st viys of last even numbered sections of public lands
year .... ............ 116 along the line of, wherever definitely
augmented rates for survrys of lands located, restored to homestead and pre-
covered with forests or thick under- emption settlement .................. 39
giowth .................... 308 , Page, Charles Griffon,
for Indian service in . . 198, 220, 221 may apply for extension of patent ......356
district court of, to havejiirisdiction of of- Paintngs, Statuary,
fences under act establishing the Alas- the property of private individuals, not
ka collection district ............241 to be exhibited in rotunda of Capi-
land grant to, for military wagon road tel ............................ 110
from Coos flay to Roseburg. 3340, 341 Palfrey, John C.,
lands granted, how to be applied ani di- credit to be allowed to, in settlement of
posed of ............... ... .....340 accounts ................... ... ... 432
mineral lands not included ......... 340 Palmer,John M,
road to be a public highway and free of to be relieved from forfeitures of contract,
tolls to the United States ............ 341 and his claim settled ............... 430
constructon of road ................341 further sum to be paid to .............. 431
State may use in the construction of the Pamphlet Laws. 4-c.
road, an additional amount of public appropriations for publishing, &c .....97, 287
lands not exceeding six miles in dis- Pangle, Licinda,
tance ............................. 341 pension to........ .................. 450
road to be completed within five years.. 341 Parasols,
if not, unsold lands to revert ....... 341 customs duty upon ................... 22

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Pardon, Paterson, . J..,
full, extended to all persons participat- certain cannon and balls given to Soldiers'
ing in the late rebellion and restoration Monument Association at .......... 263
of rights, except ................. 700 Patton, William J,
oaths to be taken ............... 700 Spension to....................... 448
persons excluded from the benefit Pauding, Hram,
of ..................... .700 appropriation to pay claim of rear-admiral 351
full pardon extended to all those under Paupers,
indictment for treason or felony, ex- appropriation for care, &c. of sixty tran-
cept ........ ................. 702, 703 sient, in Washington, D. C ......... 310
Pardonand Amnesty, contract to be made by surgeon-gen-
full, extended to all persons engaged in eral of army, with some institution 310
the late rebellion, with restoration of annual report to Congress .... 310
all rights, &c ................ ..... 712 Pavements,
Pardon, Executive, appropnations for .................... 309
not to remove disqualification from regis- Pawnees,
tration or voting in the rebel States .. 16 appropriations for the .......... 211, 212, 222
Pardons, Clerk of, Pay,
authority of President to appoint, re- resolution in reference to the collection,
a ealed ............................. 96 &c. of, due to certain colored soldiers,
Paris, ance, sailors, and marines ............... 26, 27
allowance for rent of consul's offices Pay Department,
at ...... .................... ... 319 no new appointments and no promotions
the consulate at, to be known as a con- in, until otherwise directed by law..... 318
snlate-geneia.. ............... 320 Paymaster-General,
commission of the United States at .... 19, 20 appropriations for office of the. 64, 102, 103,
See Unrei set Exhibtion. 174, 294, 295
Parker,John A, cerain clerks not to continue aftet, &c.. 102
pension to ....................... 453 Paymasters, Army,
Parker, Peter, to be allotted credit in the settlement
appointed regent of the Smithsonian In- of their accounts for certain over-pay-
stitution .... ..................... 246 ments . ..... .................... 42
Parties, Payments by the United States,
disclosures by, in judicial proceedings, to several Indian tribes for lands ceded 495,
not to be used against them, in crimi- 515, 519, 522, 532, 582, 594, 621, 651, 657, 669
nal cases, &c in United States courts.. 37 See Cession of Lands and Titles of the several In-
Partridge,Austin M, dian Tribes.
pension to .... ...................... 372 Peabody, Georqe,
Patent Office, thanks of Congress presented to ........ 20
additional principal and assistant ex- gold medal to be struck and presented to,
aminers may be appointed in .... 10, 11 in the name of the people of the United
total annual expenses not to exceed total States ............................ 20
annual receipts ......... .. . 11 appropriation therefor ................. 20
moneys received at, to be paid into treas- Pearce, Jonathan L, Jr.,
uy without deduction ........... 199 title to Little Rock Island, confirmed to. 437
in case of death, &c of commissioner, ,,Peaslee, Cornela,
who to perform duties of, until suc- pension to .......................... 422
cessor is appointed ............... 168 Peck, Horace,
appropriations for salaries of officers and pension to ........................... 459
contingent expenses of, for the years PemIna Band of Chippewas,
ending June 30, 1869, and June 30, appropriations dar the ............... 2 04
1870 ... ..................... 119,269 Penalty,
appropriations for pay of commissioners, upon dmstiller for defrauding, or at-
examiners, cleiks, &e............. 293 tern pting to defraud, the United States
for contingent expenses of ........ 293 of the tax on spirits distilled by him,. 59
no fither or greater sum than upon revenue officers or agents fbr gross
appropriation, to be paid or neglect of duty .................. 60
contracted ................ 293 for conspiring or making opportunity
full and detailed report of man- to defraud ........ ............ 60
ner of disbursement to be for signing false certificates or re-
made to Congress at each De- turns ... ... ................ 60
cember session ............. 294 for failing to report in wnting frauds
appointment and removal of officers in... 294 that have come to their knowledge 60
disbursements of, how to he made ....... 294 upon any officer of department of agn-
deficiency appropriation for ............ 312 culture, for contracting for goods be-
Patent-Office Baldinq, yond appropriation .............. 91
appropriations for repairs, &e.of 100,172,291, for using or manufacturing spirits unlaw-
292, 314 fully......................... 126
appropriation for, and for improving G neglecting to register distillery, still,
otreet ............................. 307 or distillna apparatus set up. 126 - 130
work on north front of ................ 115 upon distiller failing to give notice of
Patents, work in distillery ............. 127
resolution relative to printing specifica- distiller failing to give or renew
tions of ............................ 262 bond, or giving fraudulent bond.. 128

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Peneli, (continued.) Peaey, (continued)
for collector or assessor failing to per- for removing of articles from mann-
form certain duties .............. 130 factory without affixing and cancel-
carrying on distillation and rectifi-. ling stamps, or affixing spurious
cation, when and where prohib- stamps ........................ 156
ited .. ....................... 130 neglecting to destroy, using, buying,
neglect to obtain permit to set up selling, or giving away empty
stills, &c....................... 130 packages ......... ............ 157
neglect of manufacturers of stills to refilling packages partially emptied. 157
give notice of sales, &c.....130-143 fraud in manulacture of. tobacco on
assessors approving bond of distiller shares ........................ 158
before full compliance with law 131 dealers in leaf tebaaco failing to keep
onstructing distillery other than as account ....................... 158
provided by law ................ 131 allowing imported tobacco and cigars
geneial, affecting distillers, rectifiers, to pass from custody of officers
wholesale liquor dealers, compounder without stamps, &c ........ 159-164
of liquors, common earners ...... 132- 143 offering cigars for sale in packages
for distillers rendei ing false aounts or and affixing stamp of less value
mutilating book; ................. 133 other than as prescribed ......... 161
producing or removing spirits in ab- manufacturer of cigars refusing or
sence of storekeeper ........... 134 neglecting to give inventory or
distilling spiits during time of sus- keep accounts, &c............ 161
pension .... .............. 135 for neglecting to affix or remove la-
illegal issue, affixing, and cancella- bel from cigars ................. 162
tion of st.,mps ................. 138 general, cigars .................. 162,163
forcing or tampeing with locks, for fiaud in manufacture of cigais on
seals, doors, or vessels ..... 189-141 shares ....................... .... 163
refusing to withdraw water from for illegally removing tobacco or snuff. 156
worm-tub on request of officer.... 139 foi sale of tobacco or snuff not stamped. 156
hindering or obstructing officer in his for offering cigars, not stamped, for sale. 159
examination of distilleiy ...... 139 upon distillers, rectideis, &c. for wilfully
distiller refusing to furnish officer neglecting or refusing to do what the
with materials and assistance .... 140 law requires, or for doing what it pro-
distilling spirits on Sunday ........ 140 hibits, when there is no othei specific
persons aiding in iemoving or con- penalty .......................... .164
ceahng spirits on which the tax is upon any officer interested in manufacture
not paid................. 140 of spirits or tobacco ................. 165
removing spirits, except between sun- general, any officer of internal revenue.. 165
rise and sunset .............. 141 for false or fraudulent bond, permit,
creating fictitous proof and evading &................................. 165
tax....................... . 141 incurred under formal internal revenue
changing o alterng stamps 141 acts not affected .................... 196
using false weights and measures... 141 upon officers of government for know-
railroad companies and common ea- ingly exceeding the amount of appro-
riers failing to deface maiks on priation, in making contracts for public
empty packages ............... 142 works, &c................. .... 177
having possession of stamps which upon persons employed in any post-office,
have been once used ............ 142 for knowingly using, &c. to prepay
wholesale liquor dealers, &c. failing postage, any stamps or envelopes al-
to keep accounts, or keeping false ready so used ....................... 196
accounts ........ .............. 143 for removing, &c. cancelling malks
purchasing more than twenty gallons with intent, &c................. 196
of spits, except from authorized for removing from letters, stamps,
dealer..................... 144 &ec. with intent, &c ........... 196
neglecting to make return of wine upon persons not employed in any post
manufactured .............. 144 office, for such offences ........... 196
storekeeper neglecting duties ....... 147 for forging, &c postal money order with
gauger rendering false ieturns, &c... 147 intent, &c ...................... 195
fraudulently claiming drawback.. . 147 knowingly utteiing, &c. any such
illegally stamping spirits, or procur- order, with intent, &c.......... 195
ing the same to be done ......... 150 upon those not letter carriers, for wear-
employing cigar maker who has not ing the uniform prescribed for letter
been registered ................. 152 earners ............................ 197
manufacturers of tobacco .......... 154 for injuring bridge over the Potomac, or
neglecting to procure sign ..... 154 for-attempting to eiade tolls ........ 232
faihng to keep accounts and for landing, or attempting to land, fire-
make returns .............. 155 arms, &e. or distilled spirits into any
failing to affix labels on pack- port or place in Alaska ............. 241
ages ...................... 156 for killing otter or other fur-bearing ani-
selling or removing tobacco mals in Alaska ................... 241
without stamps ............. 156 incurred in Alaska, provision concerning
making false returns or neglect- the iemiesion of................... 242
ing to pay special tax ....... 156 for not paying over proceeds of sales of
failing to give bond ............ 156 captured or abandoned property ....... 251

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Penalty, (continued.) Pensions, (continued.)
upon national banking associations for to be paid to widow, when, &c.......... 235
loaning money upon United States widow or guardian not to be deprived of
notes ......................... 270 increased pension under act of 1866,
for failing to make and transmit re- ch. 235, if child, &c. is inmate of any
poits as received..........326, 327 charitable institution ........ 235, 236
upon consular officers for illegal charges 321 granted for cause occurting since March
foi wilfully neglecting to render tiue, 4, 1861, to commence from the dms-
&c quat terly returns and accounts 322 chai ge or death, &c ............. 236
for neglecting to pay over moneys applications theiefor, when to be
due to the United States ....... 322 filed ..... ... .. .. ....... 236
upon certain poisons summoned as wit- notice of this piovision to be pub-
nesses in the District of Columbia, for lished, and ariears of pension
not attending, &c ............ . 325 paid ..................... 236
upon officers, clerks, or agents of national claim agents not entitled to fees, for
banking associations for unlawfully cer- applying for arrears, &c ...... 236
tifying checks ............... 336 not to be allowed to widows abandoning
for knowingly obstructing, &i; in the ex- their children, or being unsuitable per-
ecution of his duty the agent of the sons to take charge of them......... 236
Unit-d States, having charge of a per- children may receive their ....... 236
son accused of crime and surrendered when heirs of persons entitled to pensions
by a foreign government to such agent 338 may receive the pension ......... 236
or rescuing such prisoners ........ 3.38 the remarriage of any widow 0t depen-
for aiding or abetting an officer, &c of a dent mother not to deprive her of pen-
national banking association on the em- sion for the period before her remar-
bezzlement, &c of its funds .......... 339 riage, provided, &e.............. 237
Pennsylvania, to volunteers, not enlisted, disabled by
post-roads established in ............. 53,192 wounds ........................ 237
Penqlvania Bank Budding, persons having but one eye, and losing
columns from, to be given to certain cem- that, to have pension of $ 25 a month.. 237
eteines ........................ 262 pensions accruing after the war of the
Pension Agents and Agencses, Revolution, and piior to March 4, 1861. 237
approl)riations for ................ 170, 291 of widows of soldiers and sailors of
Pension Office, the Revolution .............. 237
appropriation foi contingent fund of. .. 64 certain officers on the military or naval
appropriations for the .......... 100, 172, 291 service entitled to receive an artificial
Pensions, limb, when, &e.................. 237
appropriation for payment of invalid and pensions by special acts may be varied in
other, for the years ending June 30, amount by pension laws ............. 237
1869, and June 30, 1870 .... 170, 268, 315 Pensionsto
for pension agents and expenses of Adams, Mrs. Naomi ................ 443
agencies ................ ... 268 Allen, Richard H ................... 449
act relating to ................ 235-237 Amer, Mary A ..................... 450
precedence of payments of, to dependent Anderson, Milton ................. 371
relatives of deceased persons ....... 235 Atkinson, Mary ............... .. 359
mothers, fathers, orphan brothers Baker, Jacob S ..................... 454
and sisters under sixteen years of Ball, Sarah E .................... 413
age ................. .. .... 235 Bartholow, Lemuel ................. 458
where there are both father and Barton, Julia A ..................... 421
mother, the father to have the pen- Barton, Ruth ..................... 418
sion fiom the death of mother.. . 235 Bennett, George .................... 369
upon death of father and mother, the Berg, Susan V .................... 371
dependent brothers and sisters Berry, Joseph ..................... 412
under sixteen to become jointly Bidwell, Emily B .................. 426
entitled to pension, until they at- Blir, William H ................... 424
tain the age of sixteen respec- Brielmayer, Frederica ............... 423
tively .... .... ........... ... 25 Brien, Geotge T .................. 390
pensions heretofore awarded not af- Brown, Henry ..................... 389
fected ..................... ... 235 Brown, Mary .................... 426
to be granted only for wounds received, Biown, Mary R .................... 443
or diseases contracted, in line of duty.. 235 Brown, Rehma ..................... 389
if in the military service, what ... 235 Bugher, Josephine K ................ 374
if in the naval service, what ....... 235 Buedett, Carrie E .................. 382
failure to claim for three years to raise Burke, Martin ...................... 411
the presumption that the pension has Butler, Elizabeth ..... : ............. 368
legally terminated, &c ............ 235 Cameron Lafayette ............... 390
pensioner's name to be struck from Carney, Matilda .................... 448
the rolls, subject to the right of Carioll, Julia ..................... 422
restoration .................... 235 Carson, Afrs. Susan ................. 443
children by former wife of any soldier, Carver, Stephen T .................. 411
&c. dying since March 4, 1861, and Cassidy, Elizabeth .................. 406
leaving widow entitled to a pension, to Clarke, Elizabeth ................... 460
have a pension of ten dollars a month Collins, Patrick ................. 419
each .............................. 235 Connolly, Johanna ................. 424

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Pensions to, (continued.) Pensions to, (continued.)
Conolly, Thomas .................. 393 Hall, Juliet E ..................... 451
Cook, Hannah K .............. 419 lallett, Jeremiah T ................. 396
Cook, Nancy................:: ... 417 Hamel, Edward .................... 382
Corcoran, Mrs. Ann ............... 372 Hamilton, Ann E .................. 413
Cornmesser, Chribtopher ......... 424 Hamstead, Charles .................. 407
Cotton, Polly W............... . .415 Harmon, Malinda ................... 352
Cotty, William J...... . ...... ... 417 Harris, John W ................... .386
Cover, Mary ................... 422 Hanser, Daniel .................... 439
Cowles, Sheiman H .............. .360 Hayes, Bizdget ................... 449
Cox, Agnes .................... 425 Heatherly, James ................ 394
Cox, Charles D .................... 404 Hennessy, Michael ................ 372
Cox, W . H ....................... 404 Henry, Violet................... 399
Craft, Susan F..................396 Hibben, zabeth ................. 414
Craft, William................... 396 Hibben, John G .................. 414
Craig, Mary Be. ..... ".'........ .. 73 Higgins, Kate .................. 420
Cunningham, W. W ............. 397 Hitchcock, Hiram.................. 400
407 Hiiclicoek, Jane E................ 405
Ellen...................406,
Davs, Mar
Crr, aret ................ 405 Holcomb, Asa ................... 410
Davis, Ma A.. ................ 459 Holman, Andrew.................. 397
Day, Loreizo ................... 448 dolman,Rem . ................. 397
Denning, Frederick .. ......... 420, 421 Howard, Anna M ................. 384
Dickerman, James L... ........... 568 Howe, David................... 368
Dodge, William 0...............426 Howland, Prescott Y .............. 411
414
Donnelly, Eliza................... Hudson, Joseph M.................. 442
418
Doty, Julia L .................... Huggins, Jacob. .................. 449
355
Dreuter, Oraf ................... Hughes, John W ................ 395
444
Dreyer, Katharine ................. Hunter, Henry H................ 393
Dryer, Alice A .......... 405 ........ huston, Margaret .................. 372
Duhigg, David................. 407 Hutton, Mar J ................. 445
Dycher, Anne.................. 439 Jackman, Atsey S.................. 452
E ckhiardt7Cblhiirine .......... .... 386 Jameson, Eveline ................... 380
Edwards, Batlet ................ 361 Johnson, Lucinda H. .............. 383
Edwardis, Carrie ................. 361 Johnson, Sarah K................... 41
Edwards, Iavid W ............... 361 Johnson, William H .............. 444
Eichholaz, Hugo ................. 416 Kaneday, Elizabeth
................ 376
Falardo, Mary A ................... 423 eck, John , A................377
Ferguson, Melinda .............. 422 Kelly, .....................
LAnn 386
Petty, Fanni ................... 389 Kelly, John .................... 371
Petty, Jin P ......... .......... 389 Kelly, Michael ................... 361
Filson, Margaret ...... ......... .. 406 King, Charles H B............... 450
Finlaiy, John H .... ............. 394 King, Martha .................... 434
Fisher, Julia A.................450 isel, Rebecca Jane'...............5377
Fisk, Esther .................. 426 Knapp, Zephaniah................ 371
Flubh, Louisa ...... .. ........... 882 Lami, Elizabeth ................ 410
Floyd, Rachel C .................. 448 La Marsh, John................... 412
Flynn, John M...... ............ 451 Lane, Elizabeth ... ............... 413
Ford, Mrs Lydia W .... .......... 460 Lay, JohnD................... 397
Freeman, Mahala M ................ 451 Lea, Seth.. ..................... 400
Fieer, Garrett W................. 418 Letcher, Lucinda J ................ 403
A...........417 Lewis, Mat garet ................. 425
Fr3 Jsph 384 Locker, Geoige W................ 570
Gither, Msary ...................
Gardner, Emily H ..... .... ...... 454 Long, Margaret C................ 405
Ganse, Maiy D ..... ............. 426 Look, Richard ............. ...... 447
Geiisler, Catharine................ 410 Lynch, George.................... 358
Gesiger, John................... 453 Maguire, James H ....... ...... .. 447
Gittings, Lavinia A............... 425 Mains, Charles................... 442
Gorham, George F................ 396 Harley, John.................... 418
Gulser, Charles .......... ........ 394 Marshi, John La.................. 412
Goulser, Eneranca ........ .... ... 394 Mathews, Eliza.................. 421
Graham, Maty.................... 369 McBride, Phwe.............. ... 423
Grant, CIlirisqa K................. 453 McCabe, Hoslinda............. 416, 417
Graves, Esther ................... 42C McCrory, Robert................. 369
Gieen, Ellen ... ................. 446 McDonald, William .. ............. 446
Gi idley, John .. .......... .... ... 410 McDonald, William B.............3897
Giliffin, Owen.................... 425 McGrorty, Bnidget W ............. 359
Griswold, Matthew C.............. 407 McKean, Capt. William ............ 8070
Guthrie, James A................. 360 McKinney, Mat tha E. *.........447, 448
Guihite, Madge XK................ 457 McMarray, Jane................... 438
Gnthrie, Robert B ................ 457 McNaugbson, Jane ................ 414
Hacklesnan, Sarah................ 427 Mellon, Michael.................. 870
Haines, Sarah E.................. 459 Merchant, Mary.................. 423
'Hall,' Cyi us ..................... 453 * Miller, Elizabeth J ... ............ 489
Hall, Hinman L ......... 411 * Mills, Harriet M .................. 451

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Passons to, (continued.) Pensions to, (continued.)
Mitchell, Susan A................... 374 Thomas, Caroline E ................. 360
Molin, Julia M .................... 385 Todd, James S .................... 376
Morse, Henry E ................... 367 Travis, Michael .................... 425
Moses, William F .................. 422 Truax, George .................... 406
Naylor, Benjamin B ................. 373 Trueman, Mary J ................... 407
Nelson, Wilson F ................... 421 Vangilder, Charles F ................ 411
Newman, ZadockF. T ............... 405 Vangilder, Esther C. C.............. 411
Nobles, Henrietta ................. 385 Walters, Maria ..................... 446
Nugent, Sylvester .................. 386 Walters, Oilena .................... 404
O'Oonners, Catharie ............... 445 Wandell, Edmund W ............ 444
Pangle, Lucinda .................... 450 Wands, Catharine .................. 385
Parker, John A ................. 453 Waters, George R .................. 393
Partridge, Austin M ................. 372 Waters, Mary ...................... 393
PAtton, William J ................. 448 Watson, Robert .................. 400
Peaslee, Cornelia ................... 422 Webb, Sarah ..................... 359
Peck, Horace.. ................. 459 Webster, Charlotte ................. 443
Phelps, Saffrona C.................. 395 Webster, Fiances M .............. 418
Pickell, Sarah R .................... "373 Weed, Robeit T .................... 390
Plum, Obadiah T................ 390 Weeks, Nancy ..................... 370
Pratt, Anna H..................419 Weisse, Bat bara ................... 420
Pond, Harriet W ................. 383 White, Edward W ................. 446
Posey, Charlotte ................. 382 Whitt, Margaret ....... ............ 439
Radigan, Elizabeth ................. 445 Whiltt, Martin ...................... 439
Raftery, Malia ..................... 384 Wilcox, Charles W ................. 395
Raines, Benjamin T ............. 459, 460 Wilcox, Martha J ................... 395
Ray, Jon ....................... 447 Wilcox, Saiah A ................... 454
Rector, Allen E .................... 448 Wilder, Lucinda A .................. 449
Reed, Nancy ................ P...... 447 Wilklow, Myron ................... 393
Reens, Henry .................. 385 Wilklow, Sarah A.................. 393
Reilly, Michael ................... 414 Williams, Ann .................... 406
Rennard, Eliza J ................ 373 Williamson, Susan Ten Eyck ........ 368
Rice, Cornelius.L ................... 398 Williston, Louisa M ................. 420
Rice, Elizabeth ..................... 398 Wilson, Ann ....................... 370
Richardson, Elizabeth ............... 404 Witham, Amos ..................... 368
Richardson, Frances T ............ 398, 399 Wolf, Helen L...................... 413
Riemaun, Henry ................... 451 Weod, Cyrus D .................... 397
Rodden, Joseph, B ................... 421 Wooten, William M ................. 391
Rogers, Jane E ................. 419 Wyeth, Almira ................... .376
Rogers, Sarah J .................... 420 Zachman, Solomon ............... 397
Rook, Jane ....................... 416 Peonage,
Rooney, James ............... : ..... 405 wgmen and children of Navajo Indians to
Rose, Chauncey D ............. iI ... 427 be relieve4 from .................... 264
Rdd, Emmelene H ................. 409 Peoria, Illinois,
Seherr, Sarah A ................. 449, 450 made a port of delivery ............... 42
Schmidt, Cornelia K ................ 392 Peorias. See ConfederatedPeorias,4v.
Schweitzer, Conrad ............... 39Q treaty with, of February 23, 1867....513, 518
Schweitzer, Maria ................ 390 Pequanoek,N. J., ,
Scott, Mary ....................... 400 certain canno and balls given to the Sol-
Setor, Rebecca V ................. 384 diets' Monument Association at ...... 263
Shaw, Johanna L................... 419 Perine, Secor, 6- Company,
Shears, Harriet t .................. 424 p1,Vmeut to ............ I ....... .....379
Sheets,,Damel ..................... 415 Periodicals,
Sheets, John ......... .... ...... 391 appropriations for purchase of, for library
Sherlock, Mary Ann....:........... 450 of Congress ..................... 95, 286
Silviey, William R .................. 416 Poy'ary,
Simpson, William MAL .............. 442 knowingly sweariog falsely in taking the
Skinner, Catharine ................. 412 oath required for registration'in the
Slocum; Martin N ................. 460 rebel States, to be, and how punished.. 4
Smith, Ann....................... 445 Perry, John,
Smith, Ancy ..................... 399 to have the benefit of the provisions of
Smith, William ................... 410 the pension act ..................... 351
Spear, Catharine S B ............. 447 Perry, Jonathan H.,
Steepleton, Elizabeth .............. 373 father of Anthony H. Perry, pension to.. 412
Stewart, Thomas ................... 374 Person,
Stocks, Nancy A ................ 399 definition ot, under the internal revenue
Stone, Benjamin C................. 460 acts ....................... ... 166
Stoops, Pleasant .................. 396 Persons and Property,
Stout, Barbara ........... ....... 417 provisions in the treaty with Madagascar
Stout, Martha ...................... 373 securing the rights of............... 492
Straight, Mahala M ................. 395 with Nicaragua .................. 553
Swartwout, Caroline................. 360 Petroleum,
Swartwout, Margaret ............ 360 rate of internal tax upon the products of,
Thompson, Hamptqp ............. , 869 after March 31, 1868 ................. 59

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Petroleum, (continued.) Postaqe,
exempted from internal revenue tax ..... 167 letters to and fron -,,gressional printer
Phelps, Saftrona C., on business of office, to be free from.,.. 40
pension to ........................... 395 on mail matter between Kansas and Cali-
Phladlpha, fornia, special existang law respecting,
collection district of, to include the whole to cease, from, &c................. 79
consolidated city of ............... 78 medals, &c. awarded to soldiers by legis-
appropriation for construction of apprais- latures of States, may be sent by mail
ers' stores at .................... 114, 173 free of ............................ 248
for appraisers' stores at .............. 306 rates of, upon letters, newspapers, &e.to
Philips, Sally, certain foreign countries, mode of pay-
payment to, in full for pension claim duo ment, collection, &c., treaty provisions
to Isaac Philips ..................... 440 concerning, with
Piankeshaws, Great Biitamn ................ 545, 691
treaty with the, of February 23, 1867 .... 513, Hong Kong ..................... 563
518 Belgium ........................ 565
Pickedl, Sarah E, Nethelands ...................... 569
pension to ........................... 373 SNitzerland ................... 573
Pierce, Leona d, Jr, North German Union ............. 577
pasynient to .......................... 463 Italy . .. ....................... 601
Pesville Aisenal, See Tiles of the several Foreign Countries.
appinpriations for .................. 66, 318 Postage. See Prankng Prmlege.
Plaqe Bands of Chippewas, franking privilege regulated and de-
appiopriations for the .............. 203, 204 fined ............................ 280
Pipes of DLhtdlerq, Postage Stamps and Stamped Envelopes,
how located and painted .............. 131 appropriations for .................. 55, 323
Piracy. sales of, at discount, limit in amount, and
indictments for, to be found within five as to persons who may sell ........... 196
years fiom, &c...................... 183 penalty upon those employed in anypost-
Plan of Distillery, office, &c. for knowingly using, to pre-
description of. how verified ............ 129 pay postage, any, &e.already so used.. 196
Plowden, Water D, for removing, &c. cancelling marks
payment to .......................... 441 upon, with intent, & ........... 196
Plum, Obadiah T., for removing from letters, &c.stamps,
pension of, increased .................. 390 &c. with intept ................ 196
Plynmoth, N C, penalty upon persons not employed in
port of entry removed from, to Eden- post-offices for foregoing offences .... 1 196
ton .... ........ 227 Postal Agency,
Police Capitol. See CapitolPolice. a general, may be established at Shang-
appropiations ?or ................. 94, 286 hai, with bianch agencies iq China and
uniforms of members of............... 94 Japan . ........................... 195
Ponea-, pay of agents at, and report ........... 195
appropriations for the .............. 212, 222 Postal Agents,
Pond, arriet W., at general postal agency at Shanghai,
pension to ........................... 383 China, and at branch agencies in Japan
Pontotoc, Jiswssippi, and China .... .................... 195
records and files of land office at, to be pay, clerk hire, and expenses of ....... 195
transfeired to Jackson ............... 101 Postal "Conventions,
Poole and Hunt, law for the promulgation of ........... 40
payment to .......................... 380 Postmaster-General to send copy of, to
Port Huron, Secretary of State, to be printed, &c.. 40
collection district, of, to he called Hu- with foreign countries, Secretary of State
ron ............................... 88 to cause to be published ............. 347
Portland,Me., with Great Britain and Ireland...... 545, 691
appropriation for breakwater at ......... 252 Hong Kong ................... 63
Port of Deoiverq, Belgium ....................... 565
Chester made, in the district of Phila- Netherlands ..................... 569
delphia ....... ................... 10 Swiss Confederation .............. 573
surveyor at, &c................... 10 North German Union ............. 577
Port Royal, S C, Italy ........ * .... 601
abolished as a port of entry ............ 227 Pofta Laws,
Portsmouth, N H, an act further to amend the ........ 194-197
location of powder magazines in vicinity certain uncalled-for letters to be returned
of .... .......................... 251, 252 to writer without additional postage... 194
Ports of Deliverq, weekly newspapers may be sent to regu-
established in Maine and Texaq ........ 63 lar subscribers in country free of post-
Saint George, Boothbay, aucksporc, age ............................... 195
Vinalhaven, a~nd North Haven, in carriers not to distribute, unless, &c. 195
Maine, and San Antonio, in Texas.... 63 fees or charges for moneyorders ........ 194
Portugal, pay of postmasters for the money-order
payment of salary withheld from present nusiness ............ .............. 194
minister esident at ................. 315 limit of amount............. 194, 195
Posey, Charlotte, duplicate money-orders to issue without
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Posel Laws, (continued.) Postmaster-General, (continued.)


is invalid for want of presentment for may cancel a certain contract for carry-
payment ............ ... ......... 195 ing the mail, and make a new one ... 22,28
applicant to furnish certificate that, to send printed copy of postal conventions
&c .......... .. ... .......... 195 to Secretary of State .............. 40
postal orders on foreign countries for the to establish regulations as to transmis-
exchange of small sums of money ..... 196 sion of letters, &c..to and fiom the con-
government agent on each mail steamer gressional p inter, free of postage .. 40
between San Francisco, Honolulu, may appoint and employ government
Japan, and China ................. 195 agent on each mail steamer between
general postal agency may be established San Francisco, Honolulu, Japan, and
at Shanghai, and branches at other 'China... ......................... 195
ports in China and Japan .......... 195 may establish a general postal agency at
pay of such postal agents, &c...... 195 Shanghai, and bianches at other ports
report, &c ........ ............ 195 en China and Japan .............. 195
superintendent of foreign mails and addi- pay and report of such postal agents 195
tional clerks authorized .............. 196 may appoint a superintendent of foteign
salary of superintendent and pay of mails . ................ ......... 196
clerks ... ........... ....... 196 and three additional cleiks ....... 196
salary of supeiintendent of money-oider annual salary of, and pay of clerks.. 196
system ........... ..... ......... 196 may appoint, In office of thud assi-tunt
chef of division for dead-letter office au- postmaster general, chief of divibion
thorized ..................... 196 for dead-letter office ................. 196
salary ...................... .196 salary...... ....... ............ 196
penalty upon persons employed in any may establish a blank agency for the de-
post-office, &c for knowingly using, partment at Washington ............ 196
&c. to prepay postage, any stamp or superintendent, assistants, and labor-
stamped envelope already so used. .. 196 ers ........................... 196
for removing, &c cancelling marks, other blank agencies abolished ..... 196
with intent, &c ............... 196 may presciibe a uniform dress to be worn
for removing fiom letter, &c stamps, by letter cariers ................... 197
&c. with intent, &c .......... 196 penalty upon those not letter cartars
upon persons not employed, for com- for wearing the uniformi ....... 197
mitting the foregoing offences.... 196 may contract with the Commercial Navi-
for forging, &e. postal money-order, gation' Company of New Yoik for
with intent, &e ................ 195 weekly, &e conseyance of all European
for knowingly uttering any such or- and foicign mails of the United States,
der, with intent, &c .. ....... 195 between New York and Bremen, &c.229, 230
sales of postage-stamps, &c at discount, See United States Mad Steasakip Line.
limited in amount, and as to persons how to apply the money 'for postage
who may sell ..................... 196 earned by the United States mail
letters, &c concerning lotteries, &e not steamship line .................. 230
to be deposited in any po.t-office to be three thousand copies of report of, to be
sent by mail .............. ....... 196 printed ........................ .245
blank agency for Post-Office Depat tment regulations by, as to sending free of
established at Washington ........ 196 postage, medals, &c. awaided to sol-
superintendents and assistants, and diers, by legislatures of States ........ 248
their salries ................ . 196 to change the character of the mail ser-
other blank agencies abolished ........ 196 vice fiom Fort Abercrombie to Helena 254
failure fot two years to institute a suit appiopruations for the ............. 195, 297
against a defadltwng postmater, not to to ieport at next December session of
discharge his sureties .............. 197 Congress, the number of desks, clerks,
sureties to le discharged if suit is not &c in his depaitment ........... .301
brought within three year ......... 197 with the Secretary of the Treasui y, may
certified copies of certain reteins and px- exchange certain property in the paik,
peits of postmasters to be evidence in in the city of New Yoik .......... 305
criminal cases in United State courts 197 Postmaster of House of Iepresentatwes,
in sut to recover b lances due from to account to clerk of house for all sta-
postmasters, what to be sufficient evi- tionery received and distributed by him 94
deuce of a demand upou the post- Postmasters,
master ... .............. 197 appioptiatiQn for compensation of .... 55, 323
further demand not necessary, when, for allowances to .............. 55
&c ........................197 pay of, for money-order business ...... 194
uniform diess may be prescribed for let- limit of amount ................ 195
ter carnets .......... .......... ... 197 failure to institte suit- for two yeais
penalty upon those not ceariets for wear- against defaulting, not to discharge
ing the umform. ............. 197 his suretits ................... .197
PostalMeq-Oi ders. See Mone- Orders. sureties to be discharged in three
provisions concerning ........ 194, 195, 196 years, if, &e..... ...... ....... 197
Postmaster-General, in suits to recover balance against post-
to determine the terms for the preference masters, what to be sufficient evidence
in the use o the cables laid by the of demand ........................ 197
American Atlantic Cable Telegraph further demand not necessary, when,
Company, on the Atlantic coast, &c... 10 &c ........................... 197

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Post-Roads, (continued.)
building for, in B~oston .............. 250, 305 Connecticut ............ 272, 273, 327
Post-Office Buddin,
Dakota Territory ............... 45, 188
appropriation to finish western front of.:. 307 Delaware .................. 45, 188, 327
Post-Office Department, Florida ....................... 45, 327
appropriations for, for the years ending Idaho Territory...........46, 188, 3=3
June 30, 1869, and June 30, 1870.. .55, 323 Illinois ................ .. 46, 188, 328
inland mail transportation .......... 55, 323 Indiana ................... 46, 189, 328
no part for transportation between Fort Iowa ............... ..... 45, 189, 398
Ahercrombie and Helena ............ '- 323 Kansas .............. 47, 189, 828, 329
foreign mail transportation......... 55, 323 Kentucky ............. 47, 189, 329, 347
ship, steamboat, and way letters......55, 323 Louisiana ....... ................ 47
compensation to postmasters ......... 55, 323 Maine ................. 14, 47, 189, 329
clerks and letter carriers ............. 55, 323 Maryland ............ 48,189, 329, 330
wrapping paper and twine ........... 55, 323 Massachusetts ............. 48, 189, 329
letter-balances and office furniture .... 55, 323 Michigan ............. 48, 190, 329, 330
blank agents and assistants .......... 55, 323 Minnesota ................ 48, 190, 330
advertising ........................ 55, 323 MississippI .................. .... 49
no part to be paid to any papers pub- issouri ............... 49, 190, 330
lished in the District of Columbia, Montana Territory ............. 49, 333
except, &c .................. 55, 323 Nebraska ............... 50, 191, 330
postage stamps and stamped envelopes.52, 323 Nevada ................... 51,191,331
mail depredations and special agents.. 55,-323 New Hampshire ............... 191, 331
mail-bags and mail-bag catchers ...... 55, 323 New Jersey ................ 51,191,331
mal-loeks, keys, and stamps .. 5......
5, 323 New Mexico ................... 51
balances to foreign countries .......... 55, 323 New York ........ 51, 191, 331, 336, 337
money-order account .................. 323 North Carolina ............ 52, 191, 331
miscellaneous payments ............ 55,323 Ohio ............. 52, 191, 333, 332, 347
steamship service between San Francisco, Oregon ................... 52, 192, 332
Japan and China ............. 55, 323 Pennsylvania .............. 53, 192, 332
United States and Brazil ...... 55, 323 Rhode Island .................... 332
Sandwi-ch Islands ......... 55, 323 South Carolina ................. 332
preparing and publishing post-route maps 55, Tennessee .................... 193, 332
323 Utah Territory .................. 193
further appropriation, if revenue "is de- Vermont ...................... 54, 332
ficient ............... ........... 55 323, Virginia .................... .... 332
appropriations for the ............ 105, 297 Washington Territory .......... 54, 33*
for contingent expenses of the... 105, 297 West Virginia ............ 54, 193, 333
blknk agency for, established at Washing- Wisconsin ................ 54, 193, 333
ton, D C...................... Post-Route,
196
other blank agencies abolished ......... bridge across the Mississippi, at La
196
deficiency appropriation for ............ Cross, Wisconsin, made a ..........
314 37
pay of superintendent of foreign mails... 314 Post-Route Maps,
money-order system .............. appropriations
in .. . . . for
314 . .preparing
. . . . and. . publish-
. .55, 33
chief of division of dead-letter office. 314
clerks .... ....... . .......... . 314 Potomac ver
deficiencies for 1868 ............... 314 bridge across, from Georgetown to Vir-
anticipated deficiency for 1869 ........ 314 ginia shore, authorized .............. 232
Post-Offices, Pottawatomie Indias,
appropriations for construction, &c of treaty with the, of February 27, 1867 .... 531,
buildings used for, at 535
Boston ..... ................. .305 commission to select a reservation ...... 531
Cairo, Ill .......... 114, 174,313,314 extent of reservation ................. 531
Chicago, Ill ...................... 174 price to be paid for the reservation. 532, 535
Columbia .... ................... 305 sum to be paid may be taken from what
Des Moines, Iowa ............... 114 lmount ........................ 535
Knoxville ... ................. 305 prairie band not to share....... 535
Madison, Wis ........ 114, 174, 305, -13 Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fd R R.
Ogdensburg, N. Y ................ 114 Co may purchase the lands, if, &c.... 535
Omaha ......................... 307 conditions and terms of purchase and
Portland, Me ........... .114, 306 payment .................. 535, 535
Portland, Oregon .............. 114 reservation not to be included in any
Saint Paul, Minn .............. 114 State, &c........................ .532
Springfield, Ill ............ 114, 173, 313 register to be made of members of tribe
Pest-Rood, who desire to remove or remain ...... 532
railroad and bridges constructed by the sale, &c. of lands .................... 352
New Orleans M & C. R. R. Co de- moneys to be retained until, &c ........ 532
clared to be ........................ 38 provisions of Article III. of former treaty
Post-Roads, to be in force .................... 533
established in patents not to issue, until, &c .......... 533
Alabama ...................-.. 45, 327 sale of lands of certain Indians ...... 533, 536
Arkansas ..................... 188,327 settlements of the estates of those de-
California ................. 45, 188, 327 ceased ......................... 533, 535
Colorado Territory ............. 45, 333 amounts due the, to be ascertained ...... 533
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PettawatomieIndians, (continued.) Presidentof the United States, (continued)
claims for depredations on the property of 533 may prohibit the importation of fire-arms
to be submitted to commissioners... 536 and distilled spirits into Alaska ....... 241
lands for mission schools ............... 534 requested to intercede for the release of
certain persons may purchase lands the Rev John McMahon ............ 254
of the Indians .......... .536, 537 the incoming, to select the portrait of
rights of those membeis of the tribe who Abraham Lincoln .............. 309
hold their lands in common ....... 534 to cause examinations to be made into the
Pottawatomies, accounts of consular offices .......... 183
appropriations for the .......... 212, 213, 221 to appoint agents for that purpose ...... 183
Powder Aagazhes, to communicate to Congress the naries of
commi ion to select suitable locations for, such agents and their ieports ....... 322
at New Yoik, Boston, and Portsmouth may employ the land and naval forces of
251, 252 the United. States, or the militia force,
Powell, Professor, for the safe-keeping and protection of
supplies to be furnished to expedition to j ersons accused of crime and delivered
explore the Colorado nver, under direc- y foreign governments to an agent of
tion of ... ....................... 253 the United States for titel, &c ........ 338
Powers, Georqe, President'sHouse and Grounds,
patent of three hundred and twenty acres appropriations for ........ 117, 118, 176, 309
of land granted to .................. 501 for returnibhing ..................... 309
Powers, William Giant, "Prince Alfred," The Schooner,
may be admitted into the hospital for the certificate of registery, or, &c. to issue to. 122
insane in the District of Columbia .... 439 Printing,
Pratt, Anna H., in the Treasury Department and its
pension to ........................... 419 bureaus, how may be done.......... 13
President fths United States, Printtng and Binding, Pubihc,
appropriations for, and for the household appropriations for .................. 95, 285
of ..................... .... 95, 96, 287 certain payments for, not to he allowed.. 285
to transmit to Congress forthwith copies to be done at government punting office. 102
of constitution of rebel States sent to Printing Bureau,
him .................... ........ 4 no work to be done in, for private parties 312
to appoint court officers for the district Printing Offlq. See Government Printinq Office.
of Nebraska ................ ....... 5 twenty.per cent additional pay to female
law allowing the, to make treaties with employees of ...................... 95
Indian tribes, repealed .............. 9 certain printing and book binding to be
this prohibition repealed ........... 18 done at government ............... 111
to appoint commissioners to ascertain the price to be paid for punting ............ 120
amount of money spent by Indiana, Printing,Public, ond Binding,
&a during the rebellion ............ 9 appropriations for ................... 95, 285
to appoint such commissioners for Ohio.. l0Prisonees,
to appoint a commission to treat with appropriation for safe-keeping of.....101, 294
hostile Indians, make treaties, &c..... 17 Prisons
duty of, as to accepting the services of for American convicts in Japan, China,
mounted volunteets for the suppression Siam, and Turkey, rent, &c. of ..... 58, 321
of Indian hostilities ................ 17Private Claims,
under the act, to carry into effect the alphabetical list of ................... 118
convention with the republic of Privateers,
Venezuela .................... 18 provisions concerning, in the treaty with
to cause a gold medal to be struck, &c. the Dominican Republic ............. 486
to be presented to George Peabody... 20 Private Land Claims,
to communicate to the government of certain in New Mexico confirmed,... 275, 440,
Turkey the resolution of Congress ex- 454
pressing sympathy with the suffering in Missouri ...................... 458
people of Crete ..................... 31 Private Laws,
authority of, to appoint a clerk of par- Secretary of State to designate such as
dons and one clerk of fourth class re- am................................ 40
pealed .................. ....... 95, 96 Prize Cases,
may change boundaries of land district in act to facilitate the settlement of certain,
Nevada, &c. and location of land office. 68 in the southern district of Florida ..... 120
to appoiit surveyor-general for Utah Ter- $ 50,000 to be accepted in settlement of
ritory ............................ 91 the claims of the United States against
register and receiver for Utah land the estate of James C. Clapp, and his
district ................ ....... 91 sureties released .................... 120
law authorizing to transfer certain appro- to be deposited with other sums with
priations repealed .................. 36 the assistant treasurer at Washing-
duty of, as to pioclaiming the ratification ton to meet decrees of distliution 120
of the fourteenth Constitutional amend- Secretary of Navy to deposit with assist-
ment by the several States ........... 74 ant treasurer appraised value of certain
duty of, in regard to new land district in prize steamers ........ ............. 121
Minnesota ..................... 184 names of cases .................... 121
duty of, in respect to citizens of the United amounis, how to be distributed ......... 121
States, wrongly imprisoned by foreign sufficient to be retained fqr ieal de-
governments ...................... 224 crees .................. ........... 121

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Prize Cases, (continued.), Proposalsfor Supplies,
balance with, &c to be distributed among when have been 'soliefted, bidders to be
captors .. 121 notified of tame and place of opening
interest of the United States relinquihed 121 of bids ............................ 246
what sum to be paid into treasury in each may be present at ................. 246
case ............................... 121 Prosecution of Crime,
certain sums to be paid to the credit of appropiations for the ........... 01, 294
navy-pension fund............. .121 Prosecutions,
United States not liable for Clapp' defal- under certain internal revenue act, not
cation ........................... 121 to be compromised, discontinued, &c.
Prize Laws. See Captures. without, &e ........................ 60
vessels belonging to Admiral Farragut's Protection,
fleet, in May, 1862, to be entitled to the extended to officers and agents of the
benefit of the ...................... 336 government in suits against them for
Prize Money, acts done by them during the rebellion
resolution in reference to the payment under color of their office or employ-
&c. of, due to certain colored soldiers, ment . . ....................... 243,244
sailors, and marines ................ 26, 27 right of appeal to the Supreme Court of
for colored soldiers and sailors, appropria- the United States ............... 243, 244
tions for ........ .................. 302 Protocol,
Prize Stemers, to treaty with Bavaria ................. 663
appraised value of certain, taken into na- Prov c Hoitil,
val service, to be deposited with the in Washington, D. C, appropnation for
assistant treasarer of the United States 121 completion of the ................... 283
Proclamiaoons, to be expended -nder the ditection
cancelling a contract with one Bernard of the surgeon-gencral, who shall
Kock ................... ........ 697 report to Congress .............. 233
correcting eror in proclamation of Au- Promsions,
gust 20, 1866....................... 701 transpottation of, to the destitute of the
appointing a day of national thanksgiving South ............................ 24
and praise ..... ... ........... ... 701 issue of, to the suffering of the southern
warning all persons- against obstructing and southwestern States ............. 28
the execution of the constitution and Provisns and Clothing,
laws, and enjoining obedience thereto appropriations for bureau of. 71, 104, 105,
upon all, and directing officers oT the 279, 297
army and navy to assist the courts and Provost-Marshal-General,
civil authorities .................... 698 medical statistics of office of, how to be
opening and extending fall pardon to all compiled and published .............. 66
perbous engaged in the late rebellion, Prussia,
and restoration of rights, except to three treaty with, February 22, 1868 ......... 615
excepted classes ................ 700 North Geimans to be treated as Amer-
extending full pardon to all except those ican citizens, when, &c............... 615
indicted for treason and felony .... 702, 703 Americans to be treated as North Ger-
declaring the fourteenth amendment of man citizens, when, &c ......... 615, 616
the Constitution ratified by the legisla- the declaration of intent not to have
ture of the State of the effect of naturalization ....... 616
Alabama ......................... 705 naturalized citizens of either country lia-
Georgia ...... ................ 708 ble on return to their original country
Lomstana.................... 705 for offences committed before emigration 616
North Carolina .............. 703 former convention for extradition of fugi-
South Carolina ...... ........ 704 tives trom justice extended ........... 616
declaring that the fonttecnth amendment Germans naturalized in America and re-
has been adopted ................... 710 newing their residence to North Ger-
declaring the tourtenth amendment of many, without the intent, &c. held to
the Constitution has been adopted, if, renounce their naturalization in the
&0................................ 707 United States, &c............... 616
recommending a day for public thanks- so with American citizens in Ger-
giving ........................ 711 many .......................... 616
granting full pardon and amnesty to all when the intent not to return maybe
who participated in the rebellion .... 712 held to exist ................... 617
Promotions, when this convention is to take effect, and
none, in certain departments of the army how long to continue ................ 617
and infantry regiments, until, &c...... 318 P:llicationof the Laws,
Prozulgation treaties and executive proclamations in
of the laws, &c. of the United States, act newspapers in the District of Columbia,
in relation to the ................... 40 provisions respecting ............... 8
Proof of Debts, in the ten rebellious Statis ............ 8
in bankruptcy, commissaries may take clerk of the House to select the news-
subjct, &c...................... 228 papers in each State in which laws, &e.
Proof Spirit, are to be published ................. 8
under internal revenue act, to be llat... 125 Secretary of State to furnish copies for
Ps'bpsry quulmftartioa publication ........................ 8
none requmred for city officers in Wash- in Louisiana, laws and treaties to be pub-
ingt9n, D. C....................... 62 lished in three papers.. ir ............ 8

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appropriations to carry act into effect. . term how construed in the act incorporuf-
of laws, treaties, advertisements, &c. to lug the Northern Pacific R. R. Co.... 346
be published in District of Columbia, Payallups,
Maryland, and Virginia, to be made in appropriations for the ...... ..... 210
certain newspapers .................. 110
for other States, &e. not to be pub-
lished in those States, unless,'
Q.
&c ........................... 110 Quapa Indians,
Public Binding, treaty with, of February 23, 1867 ....... 51
transfer of appropriation to ......... 343, 344 cession of lands to the United States by
Public Buddngns, the ......................... 514, 518
appropriations for repairs and preserva- payments to the, by the United States... 515
tion of............ 9, 117, 1 P9, 305, 312 claims for losses by the war. 516, 528
extra pay for disbursing moneys for, not commission to investigate ......... 516.
to exceed, &c ..................... 312 award and payment of damages.516, 526
Public Budings and Grounds, Quapau's,
appropriations, for.96, 117, 118, 172, 176, 286, appropriations for the ................. 21$
287, 308, 309 Quartermaster-General,
Public Documents, appropriations for office of.102, 103, 294, 29!i
appropriations for, expense of ex hange Quartermacter's Department,
of ....... ..................... 95, 285 appropriatons or expenses of 35, 64, 314, 316,
for distribution of................ 100 317
extra copies, costing over five hundred for incidental expenses of .. .. 64, 65,316
dollais, not to be printed, until, &e.., 285 no new appointments or promotions in,
superintendent of, to be appointed ...... 292 until,&c ...................... 31
duties, pay, &e. of ................. 292 Quartermaster'sStores, Surplus,
rooms for, in the Department of the In- may be sold at first prices to national
terior .. ............... ......... 292 asylum, &c ........................ 21
Public Garden, Quarters,
appropriation for pay of superintendent appropriation for hire or commutation of,
and foreman of..................... 172 for officers on imhtary duty .......... 6.
Public Gounds, Quil-eh-utes,
appropriation for ading, filling up, im- appropriations for the.............. 21a, 214
proving, and'emroving bmildings from 13 Quz-nai-elts,
how to be expendpd .. ........ 13 app-opriations for the ........... 213, 214
Public Grounds, Resatiaos,and quure, Quince, Parker,
ap prittwai for .............. 308, 309 allowance to, in settlement of accounts.. 375
Pubh Lods See Lands, Pubhi.
provisions of act to confirm titles to lands
in Nebiaska extended ...... .... 269
appropriation for expenses of colldUtmg
revenue from sales of ................ 307 Radiqan, Elizabh,
for expenses of surteying......307 pension to ....................... 445
augmented rates of certain surveys Raflery, Maria,
in Oregon ..................... and children, pension to................
308 384
Public Printing and Binding, Railroadand Telegiaph,
approprit0ns for... ..........from Central Pacific Road to Poitland,
95, 285
certain payments for, not to be al- Oregon, time of completion of, ex-
lowed ...-..................... tended .........................
285 8
Public P, operty, Railroad Companies,
rules and regulations to be wale to pro- reports of certain, to be made to Secre-
tect the ............... ............tary of Interior before October rst in
12
Public Revenue, each year ........................ 79
expenses for collection, safe-keeping, to contain what ................ 79
transfer, &e ................. reports of Northern Pacific, Atlantic, and
.. 108, 300
Public Schools, "Pacific, and Southern Pacific, to be
in the District of Columbia, the comms- made when, &e................... 79
sioner of education to repo t to Congress of commissioner upow roads to be
concerning ......................... 26 made, when .................. 79
Public Thanksqiig, of engineers and othet officers .... 79
day ot recommended .............. repoits heretofoie made to Secretary of
711
Public Transports, Tre sury to be delivered by him to
appropriation for hire of........ Secretary of Interior ...............
317 79
Pablic Works, not to carry empty caski unless marks,
money appropriated for, to be expended brands, and stamps are effaced ....... 142
under the direction of the Secretary of Railroads. See Siton, 4-c.
W ar .......................... cession by the Sissiton, &c.Indiana, to the
... 12
under the supervision of architect of United States, of the right to construct,
Capitol extension, appropriatiods for.. 115 across and over their lands ........... 508
repar &c. of, on rivers and harbors.... 174 Ranes, Benjamin T.,
Pueblo of ,Sauta Anna, pension to .... ................... 459, 460
title to certain land in New Mexico con- Rankin, John K,
firmed to .............. .......... 430 land granted to ...................... 501

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Ray, John R., Rebel States, (continued.)
pension to ........................... 447 election to ratify the cobstitutlon, how to
Raymond, Professor R. IW, be notified and when to be held, &c ,. 3
appropriation for collection of statistics of if constitution is ratified by a majority of
mines and mining by ..............806 the votes east, half of the voters voting,
transfer of former appropration ........ 306 a copy thereof is to be sent to the
Reading Clerks President............... ..... .... 3, 4
of the House of Representatives, salary of, President to transmit copy to Congi ess.. 4
established ......................... 285 Congress to approve consitution, if, &c.
Ream, Vinnae, and to declare the State entitled to rep-
appropriation for statute of Abraham Lin- resentattlb , &c ................... 4
coln by ........................... 292 additional supplementary act ........... 14
lRbelion, meaning and intentofformer act declared. 14
appropriation for publishing medical and government in certain rebel States dgt
sigical history of, &c how to be ap- clared not to be legal .............. 14
plied ............... ... ......... 66 if continued, to be subject to military
proclamations of the President extend- commanders and the paramount
ing full pardon to those engaged in, authority of Congress ........... 14
and testoration of ights, except, &c. 700, commanders of districts may suspend or
703 remove any civil or millaiy officer.... 14
full pardon and amnesty granted to all their action subject to thedisapproval
persons engaged in the late, with resto- of the general of the army .... 14, 15
ration of all rights, &c............... 712 may appoint persons to fill the vacan-
Rebel States, cies .......................... 14
act supplementary to the act for the more general of the army to have power to
efficient government of the ........... 2 make removals, suspensions, and to fill
the word "article" in sixth section of vacancies .... ................... 15
former act to mean "section ". ........ 4 acts of army officers in removing persons
registration to be made of certain male from civil offices and filling vacancies,
citizens of each military district before confirmed ....................... 15
Sept. 1, 1867 ......... ............. 2 commanders of districts to remove all dis-
to include Fesidents of twenty years loyal persons, &c. from office ........ 15
of age and upwards, qualified to action of, not to be affected by opinions of
vote for delegates, and who have any civil officei'of the United States. 16
taken oath ..................... 2 boards of registiation, powers and duties
oath, form of .... ................... 2 of . ......... .................... 15
by whom to be administered ....... 2 race or color not to disqualify for
true intent and meaning of ........ 15 membership of ................. 15
after completion of registration and notice members of, may be removed and
of times and places therefor, an election wacancies filled ............... 16
is to be held of delegates to a conven- time of completing registration ma be ex-
tion to establish a constitution ...... 3 tended ......................... 15
at election, vote to he taken for or against registration lists may be revised........ 15
a convention ........... ...... 3 notice of tune and place to be given. 15
who to count and return votes..... 3 names of other pet sons may be added 15
boards of registration to be appointed in executive pardons or amnesty not to re-
each district by commandinggeneral. 3, 15 move disqualification for registration
officers composing, to take prescribed or voting .. ...................... 1
oath ....................... 4 those elected or appointed to office in the
knowingly swearing falsely in military districts to take tiaoath ..... 16
taking the oath, to be perjury. 4 opinions of civil officeis not to affect ac-
to superintend the election and make tion of district commanders, &c. .... 16
1
returns .......... ........... 3 provisions of these acts to be construed
to ascertain and proclaim the persons liberally .................... . .... 16
elected as delegates ............. 3 appropriation for expenses of carrying
to notify delegates to assemble, if a into effect the act for the government
majority of the votes are for a con- of the ....................... 29
vention.. ....... ......... .. 3 not to exceed $ 500,000 .......... 29
all elections under this act to be by bal- 8 1,000,000 appropriated.. ........ 30
lot............................... 4 Receivers of Land Offices See Regzsters, c
convention, to consist of what numbers appropriations for ................. 116, 307
in certain States, and how apportioned 3 Reconstruction Acts,
of what number in Virginia, and how appropriations for expenses under the... 35,
apportioned ................ 3 175, 176
to be held if a majority of the votes Secretary of War to employ counsel to
cast are for a convention ...... defend all persons intrusted with the
but not unless a majority of all enforcement of, against any suit or pre-
the regictered voters vote on ceedings in relation to official acts .... 248
the questions .............. 3 Reeonst-uction Laws,
to meet and frame a constitution, deficiency appropriation for carrying into
which shall be submitted to the effect in the third military district ..... 63
registered voters for ratification... 3 Recorder of Deeds,
compensation of delegates to ....... 4 in the District of Columbia, legal fees for
tax to be imposed therefor ..... 4 services of ............... ........ 341

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Recorder of Land Titles in 2issouri, Registration, (continued.)


appropriations for ................ 101,293 members of boards of, may be removed
Recruiting and Transportatwn of Recruits, and vacancies filled ............... 16
appiopriations for .................. 64, 316 race or color not to disqualify for
Reftified Spirits, membership of................. 15
packages of, to be gauged, inspected, and
stamped ................... ... 137 of vessels, repeal of law requiting the
oath of other owners than the appli-
defiition and special tax of .......... 150 cant for certificate of ................ 84
to give notice of intention to commence Registry of Deeds,
work .......... ................... 127 fitting office of, in District of Columbia.. 118
to make monthly returns .............. 151 Reilhe, Antotae,
book of accounts to he kept by ......... 143 title of the United States to cet tain land
to procure and keep sign, form of.. 132 in Missouri, released to ............. 377
Rector, Allen E, Really, Mchael,
pensin to ... ..................... 448 pension to ........................... 414
Red Lake Band of Chippewas, Rdigious Worship,
appropriations for the .............. .. 204 free and unmolested, secured to United
Reed, Vancq, States citizens in Madagascar ........ 491
pension to ........................... 447 in Nicaragua ..................... 557
Reens, Henry, Resaurriaqe
Be payment of pension to ............... 385 of widow or dependent mother, not to
Refiner depiive of pension for the period be-
of mineral oil, to pay tax as manufac- fore -remarriage..................... 237
......... 168 Remission,
turer ....................
Refagees, 4-c. See Bureau, 4-c. Freed ean. of fines, penalties, and forfeitures, in-
provisions concerntng........20, 83, 193 curred in Alaska, provisions concern-
Register and Receiver, ing-- ..-- ..----............242
of land office of Utah district, appoint Removal of Caese ..
ment, &c of....................... 91 from state to federal courts, provisions of
of additional land districts in Minnesota law concerning, extended to suits
authorized .. .............. 184 against common cairier, &c. when,
of land office at Boise City, appi opriation &c ............................... 267
for... .......... ........... 315 contracts of insurance for war risks
in the District of Columbia, appropria- not affected ................... 267
ton for officer of ......... ..... 15 suit respecting Harper's Ferry property
Register of Deeds, to be iemoved fior court of Jefferson
in Dsstict of Columhfa, to be called re- County, West Vnigiuta, to the circuit
cot dec, &c .... .................... 341 court of the United States .......... 253
legal lees of recorder .................. 341 from State cooas to courts of the United
Register of the Treasury, States ........... .............. 227
and assistant, &c.appropriations for..98, 173, suts in State (ouits against coiporations,
289 except banking corpotions, may be
Registers and Receivers, removed to Unted States couits ...... 227
of land offices not to receive agricultural practice in such cases .............. 227
college scrip already issued to States Rennard, Elza J.,
lately in rebellion, until, &c.......... 26 pension to ........................... 373
Begistei s in Bankruptcy, Repairs,
may administer certain oaths ........... 228 of capitol building, under whose direction
residents, &C may take evidence, &e ia to be made ....................... ". 13
cases of contested elections ......... 267 of distillery, to be entered in books .....132
Registers of Land Offices, Reporter of Decisions of Supt eme Cou t,
appioprttion for ........... .116, 307 appropriation for'salaiy of........ 109. 301
Registration, 4-c Reporterg,
of certain foreign builtvessels, act for the 122 additional compensation to ....... 93, 94, 171
tax to be paid on each vessel equal to in- Representatives in Congress,
ternal eevencu tax upon mateiials, of limitted as to newspapers and stationery 35
similar vessels of Ametican build .... 122 approprnations for pay, &c.of ........ 93
R titration See Rebel Sates Boards of fom States lately in rebellion, piovision
itration as to the time of the election of .... . 41
to be made of certain male citizens or each Requisitions. See Extraditton of Crninals
mtlitaty district before Sept. 1, 1867 . 2 for the extraditton of criminals, piovi qns
to ntlode whom ....... ... 2 concerning, in the naty uith Italy. -. t
form of oath to be taken ............ 2, 4 632
intent and meaning of the oath de- with the Dominican -Republic-..... 489
clared 15 Reservation, Mittary See Military Reser-
who to administer the oath . . 2 vatzon.
time of completion of, m my be extended. 15 part of, at Sault Ste Mare, conveyed to,
lists may be revised-...... .. 15 &e . ... ............ 281
-.............
names of other persons mty be added 15 Reservations,
executive pat dons or amnesty not to ic- 'setapart fot Sissiton and Warpeton
move disqualifications .. -...... 16 Sioux Indians ................ 506
appointment, duties and powers, of boards for Cothead bands of Yanktonais
of .......................... 3, 15 Sioux ......................... 506

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Reservations, (continued) PRevenue Marine,
boundaries ................... . 506 expenses of, how to be paid ............ 114
to be apportioned in tracts of 160 Revenue Officqrs,
acres to each bead of family, U... 506 final judgment against, in civil eases, in
tracts to conform to legal subdivis- circuit courts, may be re-examined in
ions ...........-. .. . 506 Supreme Court, without regard to the
patents, when to issue and effect of . 506 amount in controversy ........... 44
provided by treaty for the Sac and Fox or agents, penalty upon, for gross neglect
Indians ...................... 496 of duty ...... .... ....... .... 60
for tile Wyandottes ............. 516 for conspiring, or making opportu-
for the Pottawatomies ......... 531, 532 nity, to defau ......... , 60
for the Kiowas and Comanches. 582, 585 for signing false eertifieates or ie-
for tile Cheyennes and Arapahoes... 594 turns .. ...... ....... 60
for the Ute Indians ............. 619 for failing to report in witing frauds
for the Cow Indians ............. 650 that have come to his knowledge. 60
for the Northern Cheyennes and Revision, -c of Statutes,
Arapahoes .................... 656 appropriations for commissioners, print-
for the Navajo Indians .......... 668 ing, &c.................... .. 1..I
treaty provisions tespecurng, for the va- printing to be done at government
rious bands of Sioux Indians ..... 636, 639 printing office ............. Il
for the Shoshonees and Bannacks....674 Revolutionary Pensions,
676 appropliation for ..... .. 170, 268
for the Nez Percds ............. 693 rate of certain, increased ............... 237
Smith river, discontinued ............. 221 Remard,
Colorado, in Arizona, irrigating canal on 222 for capture of Jefferson Davis, bow dis-
Meidocmp in Californa, to be restored tributed ........................... 400
to public lands and offeied for sale .. 223 Rhode Island,
appropriations for survey of ....... 118, 119 post-road established in .............. 332
Reservations, Publc, Rice, Cornelius L,
apro riations for ............. 117, 118, 176 pension to widow and children of.. 398
Retaf IDelers Rice, Eizabeth,
in liquor, definition,'and special tax of.. 151 and childien, pension to .............. 398
Retrench ent, Richardson,Elizabeth,
approprintion for expenses of joint com- pension ............................. 404
mittee on ......................... 312 Rwhardson, Frances S.,
how to be disbesed ............... 312 payment to, in trust ................ 356
Ret so a, Richardson, Frances T,
false, of gauger, penalty for ........... 147 increase of pension to ................. 398
rectfier to make monthly ............ 151 former pension of, discontinued-...... 399
distillers of number of barrels manufac- Richardson, Issael P,
taied, made monthly ............. 150 pa)ment in trust for ............. 356, 399
of spuits produced shall not be less Rchardson Major-General I B,
than eighty per cent of capacity of act for relief of the hens of ............. 356
distillery..................133, 134 Rienann, Hemy,
of manufacturer of tobacco .......... 155 pension to ......................... .451
of dealeis in leaf tobacco .......... .. 155 Rvers and Hai bors,
distillers, to be made on the lst, l1th, repair, &c ofpublic woiks on .......... 174
and 21st oFeach month ............. 133 certain facts with reports of surveys, &c.
daily, of stoiekecper, to collector ...... 146 of, to be communicated to Congress... 262
daily of gaugei, in duplicate ...... ... 147 Rtves and Bailey,
collector to make monthly retuin of tax- contract to be made with, for the report-
paid stamps issued............ 138 ing and publication of the debate of
manufacturer of wines to make, twice a Congress, for two years from, &c. . . 374
month .......... ......... 144 Rock Island,
required of any person having exceeding appropriation for arsenal and aimory at. 66,
fifty gallons not so bond ............. 149 317
Resenue Agents, Internal, portion to be devoted to what . 66
appropriations for .................. 99, 290 one half to be applied to bi idge con-
Revenue Cutters, necting with the cities of Rock
appropriation for construction of four. . 302 Island and Davenport ....... 317
not to cost more than the appropria Rock Island and Pacific Radoad Co.,
tion ........ ......... 302 to have right of way over bridge at Ro k
Rerenue- Cutter Se-vice, Island ..................... .. 258'
pay of officel i and pilots ......... 113, 114 to make and guarantee a certain agree-
expenses of revenue manne, how to be ment in thirty days, or, &c ........ 259
paid ...................... 113 Rock Island Arsenal,
five of six steam revenue cutters on the appropriation for bridge to connect with
lakes to be laid up ................. 114 city of Rock Island ......... ..... 174
certain revenue cutters to be withdiawn Rock Island Bndge,
from Atlantic coast ............ 114 joint resolution relative to .......... 258, 259
appropiatioins for ............. 34, 305 wink lobe commenced on ......... 258
Revenue from Sales of Public Lands, ownership of bridge and right of way.258, 259
appropnation for expenses of collecting. 116, cost not to exceed, &e ............ 259
307 to conform to former law .............. 259

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Rock Island Rapids, Russia, (continued.)
in the Mississippi river, right of way, appropriation to carry into effect the
materials, &c. may he taken in the im- treaty with ........................ 198
piovement of ...................... 124 customs, &c, laws of the United States
value to be first paid or secured ... 124 extended over the territory purchased
how to be determined ......... 124 from .... ......................... 240
part of appropriation, hiow may be Ryan, Donahue, and Secor,
applied ........................ 124 -to be paid losses sustained in the construc-
ROdd, Charles H, tion of the monitor Camtauche ........ 353
certain locations and purchases of land Ryan-Hchock Mode of Marne Fortfficatons,
by, conflmned ...................... 462 the utility and practicability of, to be in-
Rodden, Joseph B., qired into .....................345, 346
pension to ......... ................. 421
Rogtrs, Jane B.,
pension to ........................... 419
Rogers, Saiah J, Saccharometrs,
pension to ........................... 420 to be prescribed by commissioner ....... 125
1Bqe Rivers, Sacs,
appropriations for the ............... 2 14 appropriations for the .............. 214, 223
Rook, Jane, Sacs and Foxes,
pension to ........................... 416 treaty with, of Oetober 1, 1859 .......... 467
Rooney, James, part of present reservation to be set apart. 467
pension to ....................... 405 boundaries .................... 467
Rose, Chauncey D., assignment to each member of confeder-
pension to ........................... 427 ated tribe .......................... 468
Rosecrantz, Peter, for agent, school, & ............. 468
payment to, for cotton wrongly taken... 398 locations ....................... 468
"Royal Albert," The Schooner, lands to be known as what ........ 468
certificate of registry, or, &c. to issue to 122 reservation of ...................... 468
Rudd, Emmelene H, who not to reside theieon ....... 468
pension to....................... 409 division and assignment of lands, how
Pager,Brigadier-General Thoas H., made ............................. 468
Se(retary of War to employ counsel for ceitifieates for tracts, &c .............. 468
defence of, in certain suits under recon- tracts not to be disposed of, &c ......... 468
struction laws ................... 248 to be exempt from taxation, &c ....468
Ruggles Property, certain lands of present reservation to be
the, adjoining the New York Navy Yard, sold, and proceeds how applied ....... 468
may be bought without the previous sales how made ................. 468
assent of the State of New York, if improvements, surplus, & ............. 469
titleis otherwise approved ......... 29 debts of the Indians to be paid ...... 469
if proceeds of lands are insufficient, other
act for relief of certain exporters of..... 78 moneys to be taken ................ 469
construction of foi mer act ............. 78 provisions offormertreaty may be changed 469
certain, may be withdrawn for exporta- all membeis of the tnbe to share in bene-
tion ...........................78 fits of treaty .................. . 469
to be exported within what time.... 78 to come in, in one year ............ 469
proof requiied, &c ........... 78 expenses of this tteaty ............ 470
upon failure to export within time, tax roads, ralroads, &c .............. 470
to be due, &e .................... 78 mixed and half-bloods and whole-bloods
Russia, intermarried with white men ........ 470
treaty with, of March 30, 1867, for the ces- location of Thomas Connelly ......... 470
sion of the Russian Possessions in North funds heretofore withheld to be paid..... 470
America to the United States ...... 539 treaty with, of February 18, 1867 ... 495
boundaries of the territory ceded. .539, 540 cession of lands to the United States" 495
cession of territory and dominion includes additional cession .................. 495
what .................... 541, 543 payments by the United States ....495, 496
when to be deemed complete and ab- lands ceded, when to be at the disposal of
solute ............... 542 the United States ............. 496, 509
piovisions as to private property, churches, new reservation for the .............. 496
&e ... .................... 541 how to be selected and surveyed ... 496
govei nment arehnes, papers, &c .. 541 buildings to be erected on ...... 496, 497
copies to be furnished, when, &c 541 removal of Indians to .......... 497
rights of inhabitants of ceded teriitory . 542 certain claims against, how not to be paid 497
those civilized to become citizens of the manual-labor school, school buildings,
United States ................... 542 &c ........................ 497
provision as to uncivilized tribes ........ 542 physician, medicines, tobacco, salt .... 497
agents for formally receiving and deliver- grant of lands to certain individuals ...497,
ing the ceded territory .............. 542 498, 501,503
fortifications and military posts ....... 542 the Sacs and Foxes of Missouri may unite
payments for the ceded teriitoiy.. . 542, 543 with, &c ........ ... .. .... ... 498
territory ceded delated to be unincum- certain elaing against tbe United States
bered by reservations, privileges, fran- to be paid ..... .......... ...... 498
chises, &( .................. 543 advance to the Indians for subsistence and
exchange of rati icatioas, &c ........ 543 reinoval ....................... 498 501

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Sacs and Foxes, (continued.) Scherr, Sarah A.,
patents for lands heretofore selected and pension to ........................ 449, 450
approved ..................... 498, 501 Schley, Frede ick,
sales of lands to be approved, &c .... 498, 503 allowance to be made to, in settlement of
provisions as to cultivated farms ....... 501 accounts .......................... 464
absent members of tribe to be notified of Schmidt, Cm nelia K,
this treaty and to come n ....... 501,502 pension to........................ 372
Saint George, Maine, Schoenmade , John,
made a port of delivery .............. 63 may purchase certain unallotted lands of
Saint Georqe The Island, the Pottawattomies .......... 534, 536, 537
in Alaska, made a special reservation. . 348 School Buildings, 4-c.
no person to land oi remain on, except.. 348 constructed for refugees and freedmen
Saint Joseph and l)enver City R R Co may be sold ..... .... ............. 83
may build bridge across the Missouri at mode of sale, proceeds, &c ......... 83
Saint Joseph ...................... 122 School Fund,
Saint Louis of West Virginia, sulus from sales of
part dfarsenal grounds at, to be sold with property of the United States at
other property ............... 187, 188 Harper's Ferry to be applied to. ... 265
to be divided into lots and sold by SchoolHouses,
auction ..................187 in Washington County, D. C, appropi ia-
westernmost six acres granted to Saint tion for purchase of sites for and main-
Louis as a public ground ......... 187 tenance of schools in ............... 118
condition of grant, that monument how to be expended ............ 118
be erected to Brigadier-General special tax for, in Washington, George-
Nathaniel Lyon, within, &c .... 187 town, and Washington Co ......... 120
six acres of the arsenal grounds at, to be Schools,
designated by the Secretary of War, to in Washington Co., D C, appropriation
be gianted to the city of St. Louis, in for maintenance of ................ 118
lieu of formei grants.............. 339 how to be expended ............ 118
selection not to be made east of a certain special tax for, en Washington, George-
line . . ... ... ................. 339 town, and Washington Co ........... 120
time limited fi-r the erection of a monu- Schools and School Buildings,
ment to General Lyon, to commence to provisions for, by treaty with certain In-
run fiom what date ................ 339 dian tubes .... 497, 500, 516, 518, 522, 534,
Saint Paul, The Island, 583, 595, 621, 651, 656, 669
in Alaska, made a special reservation .... 348 treaty provisions respecting, among the
no person to land or rmai on, except.. 348 various hands of Sioux Indians .637, 638
Sainte Marie, Heni q B, among the Shoshonees and Ban-
payment to ...................... 234, 433 nacks .................... .... 675
Saleratus, among the Nez Pereds .......... 693
may be manufactured at distillery ...... 130 See Education, and Titles of the seteral Indian
Sales of Capturedand Abandoned Property, Tribes.
proceeds of, to be piid into treasury. 251 Schools, Public,
See Capturedand Abandoned Property in the District of Columbia, the commis-
San Antonio, Texas, sioner of education to report to Con-
made a port of delivery ............. 63 gress concerning .................. 26
Sandwich Islands, Schweitzer, Conrad,
appropiations for steamship service be- pension to widow and children of . 390
tween the United States and .... 55, 323 Schweitzes, Mara,
San Francisco, and children, pension to .............. 3q0
approptiations for steamship service be- Sotland, The Steaniship,
tween, and Japan and China. .. .55, 323 resolution for the semoval of the wreck of,
and the Saidwich Island, . 55, 323 repealed ......................
for branch mint at .............. 306 appropriation fat removal of wieck of the
San Juan, iron steamship ........... ..... ... 174
provision for exchange of correspondence notice to be advertised for propos-
between the United States and .. 547 als ........................ 174
Sans Arch Bznd of Stut Indians See Sioux, 4-c. contract to lowest bidder ......... 174
treaty with, of April, 1868 ....... 635, 646 board of competent engineers to examine
Sans Ayes, the wieck of, in New York harbor, and
appiopriations for the ........... 216, 217 report ............................. 249
Santa Ana, Scotons,
title to certain land in New Mexico con- appropriations for the ................. 200
firmed to the pueblo of . . .-. 438 Scott, Mary,
Santee Band of Sioux Indians See Sioux, 4-c and children, pension to ............... 400
treaty with, of April, 1868 ......... 635, 647 Scouts and Guides,
Sault Ste. Mai te, payment to the companies of, of Captain
part of mtihtary reservation at, to be con- H. J. Springfield, and Captain John B.
veyed to the American Baptist Home Kennamer ......................... 457
Mission Society .................... 281 to other companies of ............ 457
Scheldt Dues, Sea Gull," The Brig,
appropriation for payment of fourth annu- certificate of registry, or, &c. to issue to.. 122
al instalment towards capitalization of 58 Seal, Fur,
fifth annual instalment of. ....... 321 act for the protection of the, in Alaska... 348

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Seals and Locks, Secretary of State, (continued) .


to be in charge of collector .......... .131 to cause the beveial postal conventions
to be accounted for by assessor........ 134 made with foreign countries to be pub-
Seamen, lished ... ..................... 40,347
in the United States navy, number of, Secretary of the Interior,
limited ............ ... ........... 72 to pay expenses of certain Indian delega-
appropriation for relief of sick and dis- tions ....... .... ............. .. 8
abled ... ........................ 111 power of, as to making treaties with In-
details of amounts received and ex- dian tribes.................... 9, 18
pended to be given to Congress to expend appropriation for grading pub-
annually ...................... Ill lic grounds ...................... 13
additional pay to, on board vessels of to restore to homestead settlement pre-
wi, when acting as firemen or coal- emption, or entry, public lands along
heavers ............. ..... 280 the line of the Pacific Railroad and
appropriation for sick and disabled.. .302, 312 branches . ...... .. .....C..... . 39
for relief and piotectin of American 319 may expend former appiopinitson for
for acknowledging seivicas in sescu- penitentiary in Colorado ........... 120
..... ..... .. 319 reports of certain railtoad compaies to
Search, ing ...... .... be delivered to ................ 79
and examination of vessels, provisions of commissioners and engineers, &c. 79
concerning, in the treaty with the Do- to locate the offices of surveyor-general
minican Republic................ 483, 485 and register and receiser of public
Second Auditor, money for Utah Teiritoy ........ 91
to audit and settle the accounts of officers appropriations for pay of, &c.......... 91
of the army in cetain cases ......... 25 duties of, as re,pects commissioner of
appropriations for the office of .. 97, 98, 288 education.. ............... 108
may detail clerk to sign all certificates to adopt and ratify compromise and agree-
and papers under the several bounty ments with Choctaw and Chickasaw
acts .......................... .44 Indians .................... 177
Second Comptrollerof the Treasury, to exercise the stipet sisory and appellate
approprations for....... ..... 97, 173,288 powers as to Indian affeirs literotote
may iertail clerk to sign allcertificates vested in the Secretary of the Tieas-
and papers under the several bounty iy. .................... 228
acts . .................... 44 to cause a new roll ot census of the Not th
Second National Bank of Plattsba qit, Caiolina or Eastern Chesokees to-be
name of, to be changed to "Vilas Nation- made ........................ 228
al Bank of Plattsburgh ........... 281 payments to these Indians to be made
rights, liabilities of, to belong to the as- on this roll ....... ....... ..... 228
sociation under the few name ....281, 282 to cause the commissioni of Indian af-
Scor 6 Company, fairs hereafter to supeivise the Eastern
payment to ....................... 379 or North Carolina Cherokees ......... 228
Secor, Donahue,and Ryan, to continue to have jursdiction over chan-
to be paid losses sustained in the construe- ties and charitable institutions ia the
tion of the monitor Camanche ....... 333 District of Columbia ............... 234
Secretariesof Legation, may levy tax therefor, and l-ht Wash-
and assistants, appropriations for.56, 319, 321 ington with gas, if city authorities fail
not to receive salaries while absent from to do so ........... ............ 262
post, if, &c. ....................... 56 to suspend, for forty days, woik upon the
&ecretaqy of Naval Academy, jail in the Distuct of Columbia ...... 245
salary of, established .................. 280 to have direction of county commission-
Secretary of State, ers of Ada County, Idaho, in select-
to fuinisb copies of public laws, treaties, tng the site for a territoial prison.... 282
&c. to designated newspapers for pub- to appoint a supeiintendent of public
lication ......... ............. 8 documents, and assign suitable room, 292
duty of, under the act in relation to the power of, to appoint and iemoc all the
romulgation of the laws of the United officers, clei ks, and employees of patent
tates ... .. ................. 40 office, except. &c .............. .294
to send copy of acts and resolutions to to report at next December session of
congressional printer ............. 40 Congress, the number of desks, cleIks,
to send lists of newspapers authorized to &c. in his department ............. 301
publish laws to printer ............. 40 may purchase the "Club House" in
to designate such laws as are of a private Charleston, S. C, and fit it up for use
character ..... ............ .... 40 of the United States comts .......... 305
to deliver to government of Great Britain to direct the geological survey of the Ter-
certain volumes of ,the narrative of the ritoties of the United States by Profes-
'United States explonag expedition ... 248 sor Hayden ...................... 307
to cause a gold chronometer to be pre- to pt ovde for the education, &c.of certain
sented to Captain George Wright..254, 255 deaf and dumb ................. 309, 310
certificates by, that the fourteenth amend- to purchase land for the goverment hos-
ment of the Constitution has been pital for the insane ............... 310
adopted, &c...................707, 710 to direct expenditure of the approlt iatio
to report at next December session of for the national soldiers and sailois'
Congress, the number of desks, clerks, orphan home .................... 310
&c.in his department ............. 301 for the relief of the Navajoe bibAis. 310

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Secretary of tre Interior, (conifinued.) Secretary of the Treasury, (continued)
to cancel contiact with Dempsey and may employ additional blerks to facilitate
O'Toole for supplying the Department payment of soldiers' bounties ....... 43
of the Interior and its bureau with preference to be given to certain sol-
stationery ...................... 344 diers and sailois............ 43
not to receive or pay for certain bond to provide adequate and convenient rooms 43
paper ...................... .... 348 to make regulations as to payment of
to withhold payment for printing certain duplicate checks by assistant treasurers
patent heads, &c ................. 348 in New York and San Fiancisco..... 43
duty of, undei resolution extending the to make detailed statement annually to
time for the completion of the Cairo Congress of incidental expenses of his
and Fulton railroad ................ 349 department .............. ......... 99
Secretary of the Navy, appropriation fot ................... 97, 99
appropriations for pay and office of 103, 104, to accept fifty thousand dollais in settle-
295 ment of claims against the, estate 'of
to charter a vessel to convey certain pro- James C. Clapp .................... 120
visions for distribution among the des- to sell unoccupied rilitaty site at Water-
titute of the South ................. 24 ford, ]Pennsj Ivanis ................ 39
to examineMorris Rice Evans for admis- to delivet to Secretary of Interoi certwi
sion to the naval academy ......... 30 former reports of certain railroad com-
to deposit the appraised value of certain panies ......................... 79
prii steamers taken into the naval set- in next annual estimates, 1o state unex-
vice, with assistant treasurer at Wash- pended balances of appropriations..... 72
ington, D. C.................. 121 may send certain accounts, &c to (oit
to detail the most competent engineer to of claims for trial and adjudication. .. 77
superintend the construction of the but only such as could have been
steamships of the United States mad commenced in said court, it, &c... 77
steamship line .................. 229 authorized to change the names of cer-
authorized to make sale of certain iron- tain %essels.............. ........ 81
clad vessels .................... 247 to give to Congress annuall details of
to detail officers of the navy to represent receipts and expenditures for relief of
the United States at the International sick and disabled seamen ........... 111
Maritime Exhibition at Havie ...... 249 to issue certificates of registiy or en-
to appoint three navy officers as a com- rolment and license to ceitain foreign-
mission to select locations foi certain built vessels ...... ... ........... 122
powder magazines .......... .251, 252 certain tax to be first paid ....... 122
to detail officers of naty to foim part of when may refund special tax .......... 129
commission respecting the erection of to appoint supervsis ............... 144
a bridge in Boston harbor ......... 256 to appoint storekeepers ................ 145
may receive at, the naval academy, for to appoint gaugers, and pieseribe regu-
mnstruction, six persons degnated by lations for exportation of spirits...... 147
the government of Japan ......... 261 the supervisory and appellate powers as,
duty and power of, as to the appointment to Indian affairs, now vested in, to be
of midshipmen to the United States exercised hereafter by the Secretary of
naval academy ................ 267 the Inteizo ..................... 228
to report at next December session of duty of, under the act extending the Lus-
Congress, the number of desks, clerks, toms laws of the United States over
&c. in his departmen t............. 301 Alaska ................. 240, 241, 242
to cau e the enforcement of the lien upon to adjourn sale of stock oivned by the
the steamship Atlantic ............ 345 United States in the Dismal Swamp
Secretary of the Senate, - Canal Company ................. 246
to complete alphabetical list of private to appoint and pay a commrsion on
claims ............ ... .. ...... 118 meters for dstilled spiris ........ 246, 247
to send to certain asylums for disabled approval by, of revo( atron of appointment
volunteer soldiers, certain books and of receiver for Farmers' &c Bank of
public documents ................. 253 Williamsburg, New Yml ........... 249
Secretary of the Treasury, to pay commission for puruli-ing site for
to execute, &c deed of goveinment ware- building for sub treasury, &c in Boston 250
houses on Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn, to deliver to surgeon-general of the army
New York ................... 7 certain distilled spirts ............ 254
duty of, as to commission, &c. to ascertain to issue American register to the brig
the expenses, &o. incurred by Indiana Highland Mary ................. .258
and Ohio in suppressing the rebellion 9, to the brig Victoria ........... 259, 260
10 to give to certain cemeteries columns from
to remit discriminating duties executed the Pennsylvania Bank building ...... 262
upon merchandise imported in certain duty of, under the act establishing an
awalian vessels ............... .. 21 assay office in the Territory of Idaho.. 270,
to refund certain duties paid upon steam 271
agricultural machinery ........... 23 to prescribe rules to protect the revenue
to discontinue the employment of persons against fraud in the importation, &c. of
to collect taxes in insurrectionary dis- machinery for repair only, free of duty, 271
tricts, when, Ie ... ..... ...... ... 23 to report at next December session of
authority of, to reduce the currency, by Congress, the number of desks, cler)Is,
retiring, &c. notes, suspended ....... 43 &c. Tmhis department ............... 301

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Seereary of the Treasury, (continued.) Secretary of War, (continued,)


to direct the disbursements of appropria- &cin the southern and southwestern
tion for the prosecution and collection States ........................ 28
of claims due the United States ..... 302 to furnish arms and equipments for the
may sell, after a week's public notice, and State of Tennessee, enough for ten
convey ieal estate no longer needed for thousand State militia ............ 28
lighthouse purposes ................ 304 to dissolve commissons in regard to pay-
to direct expenditure of appropriations for ment of slaves diafted or leceived as
life-boat station .................. 304 volunteers ...... ............. ... 29
with the Postmastet-General, &c may duty of as to restriction to grant of right
exchange certain property in the park, of way to Whitehall and Plattsbnigh
in the city of New York ........... 305 Railioad Company ............. 60, 61
may designate any officer of the United duty of, in respect to the bureau for the
States who has given bonds, &c as a relief of freedmen and i efugees. .-. . 83
disbursing agent foi public buildings . 306 may sell Fort Gratiot military reserva-
to direct the expenditure of the appiopi ia- tion .................... 123, 124
tion for collecting statistics of mines time, place, and manner of sale . 124
and mining ........... 306, 349 proceeds of sale, how to be applied . 124
to transmit to Congress at every Decem- duty of, in regard to removal of wrek of
ber session, accounts of the expenditnre steamship Scotia hom New York har-
of the contingent expenses of the several bor ... ....... ............ .....174
bureaus ....................... 311 appropriation for defences of suits against
and of all expenditures for the pur- parties for executing oiders of the gov-
chase and repair of furniture ..... 311 ernment during rebellion ......... 175
to settle accounts of certain disbursing to appoint assistant commissioners, agents,
officers foi expenditures already made. 314 cleiks, &c. of ficedmen's bureau .... 193
to recommend to the President an ex- to issue desiccated potatoes and mixed
amination into the accounts of consular vegetables to destitute persons of the
officers ...................... 322 South ......................... 246
to cause a transfer of an appropiiation to take immediate measures to teduce
for the paper for the public priinung to the expenses of the aimy and war de-
public binding, lithographing, and en- partment at and near New York city. 247,
graving .................... '43, 344 248
duty of, under re~olution, to piotect the to employ counsel to defend officers or
fur seal in Alaska,............. 348 persons intrusted with the enforce-
Secretary of War, ment of the reconstruction acts, against
appropriations for pay of, and for office suits in relation to their official acts... 248
of ..................... 101, 103, 294 to appoint board of competent engineers
to furnish suit of clothing to each invalid to examine wieck of steamer Scotland 249
soldier, a member of any regularly con- to order, upon, &c gratuitous issues of
stituted " Soldieis' Home" ......... 1 clothing 'to soldiers who have had con-
to direct the disbursement of the appro- tagious diseases .................. 250
priation for the reimbursemeit of West authoized to grant permission to Wil-
Virginia 6...............6liam H. Kimbeily to rebuild military
to take possession of part of Long Island storehouse at Foi t Monroe ........ 250
in Boston haibor ............... 7 to fuinish ordnance to national asylums
to direct the expenditure of all moneys for fi ing salutes ................ .251
appropriated for the Washington aque- and small arms, &c for guaid duty . 251
duct and other public works in the Dis- to issue rations for cei ltain men engaged
trict of Columbia ............... 12 in the exploration of the Colorado ri%er 253
to furnish transportation, subsistence, and to sell site of Fort Covington, Maryland,
protection to commissioners to treat at public aucton, to highest bidder. . . 254
with hostile Indians .............. 17 to place certain damaged and captured
may accept services of mounted volun- ordnance at the disposal of the Lincoln
teers. .. ................... 17 Monument Association ............ 255
to turn over the barracks, &c. at Camp to place in chaige of certain ,er'ons,
Chase, Ohio, to managers of national bronze cannon for statue of Major-
asylum for disabled volunteer soldicis 21 Geneial John Sedgwick ........ 256
to sell suiplus clothing and stores to such to detail an officer to foim part of com-
national asylum ............ 21 mission upon the erection of a bridge
to cause surveys, plans, and estimates to in Bobton haibor ............. 256
be made for ship canal between Lakes to cause damaged or unserviceable arms
Erie and Ontario .......... 21, 22 or ordnance stores to be sold...... .259
and for ship canal around the falls of to issue certain clothing to certain men of
the Ohio river ............. 25 Company F, Eighteenth Infantry .... 259
estimate of expense of completing the to state to Congiess ceitain facts, with
Louisville and Portland Canal . 25 reports of examinations, &c. of rivers,
to build and operate two dredge boats to &c ...................... ... 262
keep open the mouth of the Missis- to furnish cannon and balls to Soldiers'
sippi ........................ 25 Monument Association of Pequannock
duty of, as to survey, &c of western and and Paterson, N J ................ 263
northwestern i ivers ....... ..... 28 may order commencement of work on
to issue through freedmen's bureau sup- bridge over the Mississippi river at
plies of food to prevent starvation, Rock Island .................. 258

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Secretary of War, (continued.) Senate,
may direct the removal of the existing appropriations for pa of members, offi-
bridge .... ....................... 259 cers, and clerks of ........ 92, 171, 283, 284
to sell at auction, after public notice, the for deficiency in contingent expenses
property of the United States at Har- of. ....... ................... 35
per's Perry ..... ........ ......... 265 senators limited in newspapers and sta-
and execute the necessary deeds ....265 tionery .......................... 35
to convey portions to Storer College 266 for contingent expenses of stationery
other portions to other persons. 266 and newspapers ................ 92
to convey to the American Baptist Home deficiency appropriation for contingent
Missionary Society a part of the mili- expenses of the............. 7, 312, 313
tary reservation at Sault Ste. Marie... 281 hydration of the atmo'phere of the cham-
to report at next December session of bet of the .......................... 7
Congress the number of desks, clerks, power of sergeant-at arms of, as to ap-
&c in his department .............. 301 posntmaebt of watchmen, gate keepers,
to piescribe terms of sale of surplus charts .c
of the northwestern lakes to naviga- as to making rules and regulations
tors ............. ... ... .... ... 303 to secure Capitol fom defacement,
to have prepared and published the *eport &c ............ ................ 12
of the results of the explonng expedi- contingent fund of, payment into, of
tion and survey of the line of the for- moneys appropriated foi pay and uni-
tieth parallel .... .......... 318 form of watchmen, &c............. 12
to dneet the expenditic of the appropri- Senate Chamber,
ation for a road from Du Luth to the appropriation for hydration of ........ 64
Bois-fort Indian reservation . . .. 318 Senators,
to consolidate the infantry regiments of limited as to newspapers and stationery.. 35
the army as rapidly as, &c.......... 318 Seneca Indians,
to deliver at Spiigfield, Illinois, certain treaty with, of February 23, 1867 ...... 513
damaged and captured ordnance, for cession of land to the United States by the
the National Lincoln Monument Asso- 514
ciation ...................... 334 the Senecas to separate from the Shaw-
power and duty of, under act to establish nees and unite with other Senecas.514, 515
a bridge over the East River, between payments to the .................. .515
the cities of New York and Brooklyn .336, claims of, for losses by the war ... 516, 526
337 commission to investigate .......... 516
to designate six acres of the arsenal award and payment of damages. 516, 526
grounds at Saint Louis, Missouri, to be Senecas,
granted to the city of St Louis ... 339 appropriations for the ........... 214, 215
to furnish condemned iron cannon to com- Senoi, Rebecca V.,
plete a monument at Tivoli, N. Y., to pension to ................. ......... 384
ajor-General Philip Kearney and Sergeants-at-Arms,
others . .. . . ........ 343 of the Senate and House of Representa-
to allow the New Yoik and Oswego Mid- tives, to appoint certain watchmen and
land R R. Co a iight of way through gate-keepers in and about the Capitol 11, 12
the publih lands at Fort Ontario ... 345 to give orders for pay of watchmen.. 12
to carry immediately into effect the reso- to select patterns for uniform of Capitol
lution to protect the fur seal in Alaska. 348 police and watchmen ............... 12
to furnish the McPherion Monument As- to furnish ea(h member of the force two
sociaton, of Clyde, Ohio, with cannon, suits per year, and at what.cost . 12
cannon-balls, and muskets ......... 349 belts, arms, &c................. 12
Secret Service Fund, appropriation therefor......... .. 12
appiopriations for .................. 314 appropriations heretofore made to he paid,
Sedgwick, John, one half into the contingent fund of
payment to .................... 432 Senate, and one half into that of the
Sedgwlck, ,1ajor-General.uhn, House ....... .... ............... 12
bronze cannon, captured in battle, given may make rules, &c. to preserve the peace,
for statue of .... ................. 256 secure Capitol fiom defacement, and
Seeds,
protect public pioperty ............ 12
of improved varieties of vegetables and may arrest and detain persons for viola-
cereals, appropriation for purchase and tion of rules, until, &c ........... 12
distribation of, in the southern States.. 28 of -the House, salary of chief clerk of, es-
appropriation foi, and for putting up.... 298 tablished ......... ................ 264
Seizure, Shaabaugh Chin les S,
of distilled spirits, found not in distillery, payment to for collecting papers, &c.re-
&c. buiden of proof on claimants to lating to artificial limbs for soldiers .310,
show that no fraud has been committed 140 311
of distilleries and distilling apparatus, Shanqhai, China,
provisions as to release of. ......... 42 Postmaster-General may establish a gen-
of real estate for tax, penalty, &c...... 167 eral postal agency at, with branch agen-
Seminole Indians, cies in China and Janan ........... 195
survey of exterior boundary of grant of Shaw, Joanna L.,
land to ........................ 315 pension to .. ....................... 419
Seminoles, Shawnees,
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Shawnee Indians, I Shoshonees, 4-c. Tribe of Indians, (cohtinued.)
treaty with, ofFebrhai'v 23, 1867.....'.. 513 no treaty for cession of reservation to be
cession of land to the United States by.. 514 valid, unless, &c.................... 676
certain Senecas to sepatate from the..... 514 cession by tribe not to affect certain tights
payments to the ...................... 515 of individuals ...................... 676
claims of, for losses by the war..... 516, 526 presents for best crops ............ ... 676
commission to ihrestigata ......... 516 agent to reside at Fort Bridger, until, &c. 676
award and payment of damages .... 516, 526 Shunk, William,
Szead, Edward E., payment to, of amount due E. C Shunk 357
two coupon bonds to be issued to, for two Shurlock, Mary Ann,
destroyed by fire .................... 464 pension to ........................... 450
Shears, HarrietB., Shutleworth, N. A.,
and children, pension to ............... 424 payment to ............... .......... 452
Sheets, Daniel, Sick and Disabled Seamen. See Seamen.
415
Signapropriations
pension to ........................... for relief of ....... 111, 30;
Oce,
pension to ........................... 391 appioprations for the .............. 103, 295
Sherman, Lieutenant-General, S(nalSerrici,Army,
to-have d ection of expenditure of appro- appropriations for .................... 316
priations for Indians under treaties, not Silvey, William P,
yet ratified ......................... 222 pension to children of ................. 416
Siinn, Moses F., Simpson, William M,
entry of laud by, confirmed ............ 442 pension to........................... 442
,hfp Canal, Sioux,
to connect Lakes Erie and Ontario, sur- of Lake Traverse and Upper Missouri,
veys, plans, and estimates to be made appropriations to pay expenses of dele-
for ......... ..................... 21,22 gations of .......................... 8
expenses to come from former appro- Soux,
priation ........ .............. 22 appropriations for the ..... 215, 216, 217, 219,
around the falls of the Ohio river, sur- 221,222
veys, &c. to be made for ............ 25 Sioux Indians,
Ship, Steamboat, and, Way Letters, treaty between the United States and the
appropriations for .................. 55, 323 different tribes of, Apil 29 et seq.,
Shipicrer 1868 .............................. 635
aid in cases of, under the treaty with war to cease and peace to be kept ..... 635
Madagascar ...................... 493 offiders to be arrested and punished .... 635
with Nicaragua ................... 557 damages, and how to be ascertained .635, 636
Short, Georqe W., reservation, boundaries, &c............. 636
446 certain persons not to enter or reside
A yRment to .......................... thai eon ................... 636
appropriations for the .............. 215, 222 additional arable land to be added, if,
Soshoiees, Eastern Band, and the Bannaek &c ................ ........ 636
Tribe of Indians, buildings on the icservation, what, and to
treaty with, of July 3, 1868 ........... 673 be erected by the United States ...... 636
offenders to be arrested and punished 673, 674 agent's residence, office, and duties.. . . 639
reservation, boundaries, &c............. 674 heads of families may select land for
certain persons not to enter or reside farming ....................... 637
thereon ........................ 674 lands to be in their exclusive posses- -
bildingg upon ................. 674 sion, when, &c.............. 637
Indians to make the reservation their per- others may select land foi cultivation ... 637
manent home, when, &c.............. 674 certificate therefor............... 637
may hunt on unoccupied lands of the surveys of reservatron . ............ 637,
Catted States .......... 674, 675 laws tespectimg the aienason and descent
agent's residence, office, and duties ....... 675 of prope ty ................ .. 637
heads of families may select lands for certain Indians may receive patents for
farming ..................... 675 one hundred and sixty acres of land... 637
others may seledt lands for cultivation . 675 such Indians receiving patents to be-
certificate therefor ................ 675 come citizens of the United States 637
rEservation may be surveyed ........... 675 education and civilization ...... 67, 638
alienation and descent of property ...... 675 childien to attend school .......... 638
education .. ....................... 675 schoolhouses and teachers...... 638
children to attend school ............... 675 this to continue for twenty years .. 638
schoolhouses and teachers ........... 675 seeds and agricultural implements ...... 68
seeds and agricultural implements.. .675 676 instruction in farming ............... 638
instruction in farming ................ 876 physician, farmer,, &c. may be with-
delivery of goods in lieu of money or drawn ........................ .638
other annuities ..................... 676 additional appropriation in such case 638
clothing and other necessary articles 676 delivery of goods in hen of money or
census to be taken yearly .......... 676 other annuities ............ ... 638
army officer to attend the delivery.. 676 clothing and other necessary articles 638
appropriation to continue for ten census to be taken yearly....... 638
years ...................... 676 army officer -toattend delivery. .. 639
United States to furnish physicians, teach. appropriation to continue thirty
ere, mechanics; &c ............... 6 76 years .......................... 638

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Sioux Indians, (continued.) Sissiton and Warpeton Bands, (continued.)
meal and flour for four years to Indians al expenditures to be made for what pur-
removing to and permanently settling pose ........................... 509, 510
upqn said reservation ............... 639 goods, provisions, &c. not to be issued to
cows and oxen ................... 639 Indians or mixed-bloods, unless, &c. . 510
right to occupy territory outside of reser- no encouragement for hunting operations
vatlon surrendered ............... 639 as a means of support ............. 510
right'to hunt reserved ............... 639 no person, in their limits, to trade for furs
agreements of the Indians as to railroads 639 and peltrie .... ................. 510
emigrants, wagon trains, &c ....... 639 members of bands only, to locate on lands 510
women and children and white men, 639 persons in employ of government, &c.
Pacific railroad, wagon roads, &c... 639 excepted ....................... 510
damages for crossing their reser- chiefs and headmen may adopt rules, 9-c.
vation .................... 639 to secure life and propeity, to advance
military posts or roads ............ 639 civilization, &c..................... 510
no treaty for cession of reservation to be may organize a force to carry them
valid, unless, &c .................... 639 into effect ..................... 510
individuals not to be deprived of rights by rules, &c. to receive the sanction of the
treaty ............................. 639 Indian agent ....................... 510
United States to furnish physicians, teach. amendments assented to ............ 510,511
ers, mechanics, &c.................. 640 Six Natiens,
presents for best crops .............. 640 appropilations for the ................. 217
reservation to be permanent home for Skinner, Cathawrne,
tribes .... ... ....... ............ 640 pension to ............................ 412
iincedtd Indian territory ............. 640 S'Klalais,
not to be occupied by whites, unless, appropriations for the ................. 217
&c......... ................. 640 Slaves,
military posts to be abandoned, &c.. 640 proceedings in relation to payment for,
road leading to them and the settle- drafted or received as volunteers, to be
ments in Montana to be closed. .. 640 suspended ......................... 29
effiect of this treaty upon former treaties.. 640 commissions in relation thereto, to be dis-
execution by the various bands ...... 640, 647 solved, sind the commissioners and their
Sioux Indian Reservation, clerks paid ......................... 29
in Minnesota, actual settlers on, who Slave-Trode,
have filed statements under pre-emp- expenses of carrying into effect the treaty
tion laws, to have two years to make for the suppression of the ......... 58, 321
proof and pay .................... 39 salaries of judges, &c to be paid only on
Sioux Indians See Sieiton, 'c. condition, &c....... .............. 321
treaty with the Sissiton, &c.bands of.... 505 request to be made for abrogation of part
reservation set apart for Cuthead band of of treaty providing for mixed uourts... 821
Ynktonais ........................ 506 when request is granted, salaries of all
Sioux ( Yancton), officers of the Untied States connected
appropriations for the, in Dakota Terri- with such courts, to cease ............ 321
tory .......................... 275 Slocum, Martin N.,
to be considered as an ofset to clams 275 Sesion t chldren of ................. 460
Sisseton, 4c. Sioux Indians,
appi opiiations for relief of .... .217, 221, 315 no part- of appropriation for ordnance
how to be expended ............... 315 service to he applied to the purchase of
statement of expenditures to be made. 315 new . .......................... 66,317
Se'ssiton and Warpeton Bands, "Smith and Post," The Schooner,
of Dakota or Sioux Indians, treaty with certificate of registry, oi, &c to issue to.. 122
of February 19,1867 ................ 505 Snudh and Wesson
preamble and contracting parties ........ 505 may apply for extension of patent .... 355
friendly relations ..................... 506 Smith, Ann,
cession to the United States of right to pension to ........................... 445
construct wagon roads, railroads, mail Saidt , Horace,
stations, and telegraph lines across, may apply for extension of patent ......
Smth, Leonidas,
355
over, and upon their lands ....... 506
boundaries of their lands ......... 506 allowance to ......................... 452
permanent reservations set apart for, and Smith, Nancy,
for Cuthead bands of Yankionais Sioux 506 pension to . ...... ... ..... ........ 399
boundaries ............. ..... . 506 Smith River Reservation,
to be apportioned in tracts of 160 discontinned ...................... 221
acres to each head of family, &c . 505 Smithsonian Instittion,
tracts to conform to legal subdi- appropriations for ................ 115,307
visions ............... .. 506 for preservation of exploring and suivey-
patents when to issue and effect of 506 iug expeditions .................. 307
Congress will make appropriations to en- payment to William H West, for care of
able them to return to an agricultural bonds held in trust foi ............ 118
life, &c........ ................... 509 Theodore D. Woolsey, William B Astor,
and to promote agricultural improve- John Maclean, and Peter Parker, ap-
ment and civilization ........... 509 pointed regents of .............. 246
agents at Lake Traverse and at Devil's Louis Agassiz reappointed a regent of
Lake . ........................... 509 the ............. ................. 349

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Smith, William, Southern and Southwestern States,
pension to ........................... 410 resolution for the relief of the destitute in
Snake Indians, the ............................ 28
appropriations for the .............. 218, 219 appiopriations for .................... 28
Snu Southesa Minnesota R. R. Co.
tax on, and packages of, prescribed .... 153 may bridge the Mississippi at La Crosse,
penalty for removal of, othei than in pre- Wisconsin, with consent, &c ......... 37
scribed packages .... ............. 156 bu dge made a post-route .......... 37
imported, pay same tax as domestic..... 158 Southei n Pacific Railroad Company,
inventory of stock on hand made month- reports of, when to be filed, and with
ly, until sold .... ... .. ........ 159 whom ........................ 79
sale of, not stamped, penalty for ....... 159 of California, time for constructing first
in bond may be sold in original package section of road extended ........... 187
until January 1, 1869 ............... 159. rest of road, when to be built ........... 187
Snuff Flour, Spaiwsh Vessels,
to be taxed, and put in packages, like certain tonnage duties on repealed ...... 282
snuff .............................. 153 tonnage duties upon certain ............. 282
Soldiers, Spear, Catsat ine S B.,
who may be managers of national asylum pension to ........................... 447
for disabled volunteer ............... I Special Agent
act to clothe the maimed and destitute . 1 of inspectors of steamboat., appropriation
one complete suit of clothing to be fur- for ........ ....... .............. 301
nished to each invalid, an inmate of Special Agents,
any regularly constituted "Soldiers' an Treasury Department, appropfiations
Home"....................... I for.................... ... .. . .299
Soldiers and Sailor,' Orphan Home, of Post-Office Department, appropliattons
of Washington, D. C., appropriation for. 310 for .... ......... ..... ...... 55, 323
Soldiers' Bounties, Special Commissioner of Revenue,
appropriation to facilitate payment of .. 174 to act as director of buseau of statistics.. 99
Soldiers' Graves, division cleik to act as deputy to ....... 99
collecting, &c proceedings, at decoration salasy and powers, &c of .......... 99
of,June 22, 1868 ................... 315 Special Tax. See lax, Special
Soldiers' Home, Special Deposit,
one complete suit of clothing to be fur- one of $ 100,000 in coin and bullion in
nished to each invalid soldier, an in- the treasury, to be conve ted into coin
mate of any regularly constituted. ... I and paid into the treasuy ........... 21
how to be delivered .............. 2 SpringfieldArmory,
Soldiers' Monument Aosociations, appioptilatton for purchase of land ad-
in Pequannock and Paterson, N. J., joining .................. ......... 66
certain cannon and balls given to .....263 Springfield, Capt H J,
Solicitor and Naval Jtdqe.Advocate-General, payment to his company of scouts and
appropriation for the ............. 10S 313 guides.................. ... 457
office of, to cease Match 4, 1869 ........ 103 Squares, Pu1hev,
Solicitor of Courtof Claims, appropriations for .......... 117, 176, 309
assistant and deputy, offices of, abol- Stamped Envelopes. See Postage Stamps
ished ....................... 75 appropriations for .............. 55, 323
approptiations foi, repealed ............ 177 piovisions concerning ................ 196
Solicitor of Internal Revenue, Stamps,
appropriations for ............... 98, 99 description and form of, for rectified and
no part t6ebe applied, until a solici- distilled spirits ....... .... ...... 137
tor is appointed according to law.. 99 tax paid, form of .... ............... 136
coeucitor of the Ti-easiy, for wholesale liquor dealei, foim of.. 137
appiopriations for ............98, 173, 289 for stock of liquor on hand ......... 149
Sorin, Rev Edward, for tobacco ........... ........... 155
repayniat to, of customs duties paid un- for spirits, placed in distillery warehouse 135
der protest ....................... 357 affixing end cancellation of ........ 136
South Caroina, to be furnished by" commissioner to col-
the government. existing in, March 23, lectors in book form ............ .. 137
1867, declared to be not legal .... ... 14 to be charged to collectors .. ... 138
if continued, how to be continued... 14 altering and changing See Penalties
convention in, lot fiaming constitution, on forfeited spirits, to be removed before
ofwliom to consist, and how appointed 3 sale ......................... 150
admitted to representation iu Congress for tobacco, to be furnished to collector.. 155
when, &c . . ... ............. 73 to whom may be sold ............155
fundamental condition .........73 mode of affixing and cancellation for to-
first meenuig of legislature ............ 74 bacco presciibed ............. 155
when act takes effect ........ 74 absence of, notice to all persons that tax
fourteenth amendment of the Constitution is unpaid... ................. 156
proclaimed to be adopted by ......704, 710 for tobacco, for export ........... 156
post-ioads established in ............ 332 foi cgais 1...............162
repeal of act prohibiting the organization three months' supply to be kept by (ol-
of the militia forces in .......... 337 lectors . . ... 155
law for disbanding militia forces repealed form, style, and device of, may be changed
as to ......................... 266 by commissioner ................. 165, 166

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Stamps, (continued.) I Statutes at Large,
all provisions requiring to take effect sixty appropriation for purchase of volume
167 fourteen .......................... 94
passage of act ............. Steam Agricultural Machinery,
days from
meaning of the word in the internal rev- admitted free of duty .................. 260
enue act defined .................... 166 Steamboats. See Inspectorsof Steamboats.
stateDepartment, appropriation for supervising, and local
appropriations for the ........ 96, 97, 287, 313 inspectors of ............. 111, 301, 302
pay of officers, clerks, &c. of..... 96, 287 Steam Engineering,
office of examiner of claims abol- appropriations for bureau of.71, 104, 105, 279,
ished .......................... 96 297
repeal of law authorizing a superin- Steam Ploughs,
tendent of statistics ............. 96 duties paid upon certain imported, to be
paT of messengers, assistant messengers, remitted ........................... 23
laborers, and watchmen, established... 287 admitted free of duty for one year...... 260
incidental and contingent expenses Steam Revenue Cutters,
of...................... 97, 287, 313 appropriation for the construction of
publishing and distributing laws, &c. 97, four .............. ............... 302
287 not to cost more than the appiopria-
stationery, blank books ............ 97 tion ......................... .302
building occupied by ....... 97, 287, 313 Steamships,
appropriation for temporary clerks in.... 234 seven first class, to be built, and to consti-
States lately in Rebellion, tute the United States Mail Steamship
excluded from representation in electoral Line ................. ......... 229,230
college for choice of President or Vice- See Unted States Mail Steamship Line.
President, unless, &c ................ 257 Steamship Scotland,
Stationery, resolution for the removal of the wreck of
deficiency appropriation for, for House of the, repealed ....................... 1
Representatives .................... 35 appropriation for the removal of the wreck
limit of, to senators and representatives.. 35 of ................................ 174
appropriations for..92, 94, 97-100, 284, 285, board of competent engineers to examine
287-301 wreck of, and report ................ 249
postmaster of House to account to clerks Steamship Serviwe,
of House for all, received and distributed between San Francisco, Japan, and Chi-
by him .................... ...... 94 na, appropriation for .............. 55, 323
contract with Dempsey and O'Toole for the United States and Brazil ..... 55, 323
supplying the Department of the In- San Francisco and the Sandwich
tenor with, to be annulled ........... 344 Islands ...................... 55, 323
certain bond paper not to be received or Steepleton, Ehzabeth,
paid for .......................... 348 pension to.............................383
certain bills for printing patent heads not Stevens, Major F. F.,
to be paid ...... .................. 348 credit to be allowed to, in settlement of
Stationery and other Supplies, accounts ........................... 409
executive departments not to make con- Stewart, Thomas,
tracts for, for longer term than one pension to ........................... 384
year ............ ............ 246 Stils,
when pioposali for supplies have been manufacturer of, definition of ........... 151
solicited, what to be done at opening of special tax on ........................ 151
bids .. ........... .... ...... 246 manufacture of ...................... 130
Statstics, registry of ........................... 126
respecting schools in the District of Co- for recovery of spirits used pharmaceuti-
lumbia, to be obtained and reported to cally, exempt from tax .... s......... 150
Congtes ............. ........... 26 St Louis Arsenal,
repeal of law authorizinig superintendent appropriations for ............ 4 .... 66
of ..... ................... 96 provisions respecting the sale, &c. of
office of director of bureau or, abolished.. 99 grounds at ...................... 187. 339
spat ial coiniiiioner of revenue to act as St. Mary's ilssson,
diiector of buieau of ................ 99 among the Pottawatomies, lands set apart
Statistie of Mines and Mining," for, to be granted to ............. 534, 536
appropuations for collecting ...... 15, 306 Stocks, Nancy A.,
appropriation for collertion of, by Profes- pension of, increased .................. 399
sni R W Raymond .............. 306 Stone, Benjamin C,
transfer of former appropriation ..... 306 pension to .......................... 460
appropriation for collecting, to be trans- Stoops, Pleasant,
ferred to the Treasury Department .. 349 to nsern to children of ................. 396
to be disbursed as, provided for in Storeeeers,
said act ...................... 349 appointment of....................... 145
Statuary, duties and salary of ................... 146
certain, for capitol grounds at Harris- Storer Colleqe,
burg, Pa, may be admitted flee of in West Viiginia, portions of the prop-
duty ................ ............. 260 erty of the United States at Harper's
Statutes, Ferry to be conveyed to ............. 266
appropriation forseWsion and consolida- Stout, Barbara,
tio of.............. ......... .. 111 pension to ........................... 41T
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Stout, 3firtha, Superintendent of Public Documents,
pension to ....................... 383 to be appointed by the Secretary of the
Stoves, Heating and Cooking, Interior .......................... 292
appropriations for, for army .......... 66,317 duties, pay, and expenses of .......... 292
Straight, Mahala M., rooms for, in the Department of the In-
pension to ........................... 395 terior ........... ................. 292
Straw and Hay, Superintendentof Statistics,
in the District of Columbia, when sold by repeal of law authorizing ............... 96
weight, to be sold by the net hundred.. 225 Superintendents,
twenty hundred pounds to make a ton... 225 of mechanical departments at navy yards,
Streets, Squares, t-c. appointment of ................... 69
appropriation for .............. 117, 176, 309 Superintendents of Exports and Drawbacks,
St. Thomas internal revenue, appropriations for. .. 99, 290
provision for exchange of correspondence Supervisinq Architect of Treasur,
between the United States and ....... 547 and assiqtant, &c. appropriations for. .97, 288
St. Vram, Crain. See New Mexico. law authorizing, continued in fice until
land claims of, in New Mexico, to be ad. July I, 1869 ......... ............. 97
jested ...................... 275, 276,440 Supermsing Inspectorsof Steambtoats,
SAmbrne Telegraph, appiopliations for pay of ........... 111,301
American Atlantic Cable Telegraph Com- limit of amount to be received by, for
pany may for twenty years lay and travel in any i ear ............... 111,301
operate on Atlantic Coast, and in har- annual meeting of, when and wheie to be
bors on that coast, except, &c ........ 10 held ..... : ................... . 111,301
to commence operations in two years 10 Supereisors,
government to have preference in of internal revenue, appointment of... 144
use of cables ................... 10
duties and salaty of................... 145
Subsistence and Forae, Supreme Court of the Districtof Columbia,
appropriations for .................. jurisdiction of, in contested elections in
64, 316
Substittes, the city of Washington .............. 81
claims for the refunding of the amounts right of appeal given to the, to cei tain de-
paid for, by certain drafted men who fendants in suits against them, as offi-
were not liable to personal service or cers or agents of the government for
draft, to be presented withsn two years. 282 acts done during the rebellion under
Sub- Treasury, color of their office or employment.. . 243
building for, in Boston ................ may appoint warden of jail of the district 342
250
Suits, Supreme Court of the United States,
against officers or agents of the govern- appropriations for expenses of.......101, 294
meat, civil or military, not to be sus- salaries of justices of, &e....... 109,301
tained for acts done by such officers, final judgments in circuit courts in civil
under color of their office ......... 243actions against revenue officers may be
protection against, given to such offlcers,&c. 243 re-examined, &c upon writ of er or,
righ' of appeal in, given to the Supreme without regard to sum in controveisy 44
Court of the United States ........... 243 act authorizing certain appeals from cir-
remedy given by, in court of claims in cuit conits to, repealed ............. 44
cases under act relating to captured, &c. jurisdiction not to be exeicised in
property to be exclusive .......... 243, 244 such appeals ................. .44
against persons employed in the enforce- in case of inability of chief justice, or of
ment of the reconstruction laws, for vacancy in the office, the senior justice
their official acts, Secretary of War to to act as chief justice ................ 80
employ counsel to defend ............ 248
Sureties
Sunshades, of defaulting postmaster not to be dis-
customs duty upon..................22 charged by failure to institute suit
Supei nttndent of Blank Aqency, against the postmaster in two years .. 197
of Post-Office Department, appointment, to be discharged f suit is not brought
&c of, authorized ................. 196 within three years .............. 197
Supei intendant of Buildinqs, Sogeon- General of the Army,
occupied by Treasury Department, to be appropi iations for office of. 102, 103,294, 295
appointed ...................... 311 for medical and other works for li-
salary and dutes of............... 311 brary of.................. 64, 316
Superintendentof ForeignMails, to direct the expenditure of the appropria-
appointment of, authorized ............ tion for the Columbia hospital for wo-
196
salaty, clerks, & .... '................ 196 men and lying-in-asylum ............ 234
appiopriation for compensation of ....... 314 for the completion of Providence
Superintendentof Miitary Academy, hospital .... .................. 233
to use government labor at that post to to contract with some proper medical in-
aid in building wagon road from West stitution for support, &c of transient
Point to Cornwall Landing ......... 168 paupers in Washington, D. C. ... 233, 310
Superintendent of Money-Order System, Surgery,
salary of, established ................. 196 appropriations for bureau of medicine, &c. 71,
appropriation for pay of ............ 3 14 297
Superintendent of Public Buldsnqs, Surplus Funds,
to remove from Capitol statuary, paint- cei tain unexpended balances of appropria-
ings, &c. the property of private indi- tions for Navy Department to be car-
viduals ........................... 110 ned to .... ....................... 72

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Surveying Expeditions, T.
appropriations for preservation of collec-
tions of ...................... 115, 307 Tabeguache Band of Ute Indians,
Survey of Northern, 4-c. Lakes, treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ........ 619
limitation of expenditure of former ap- See Vie Indians.
propriation not to apply to ........... 249 Tabeguache Bands of Indians,
Survey of the Coast. See Coast Survey. appropriations for the .............. 217, 218
appror ations for............. 112, 302,303 Talkott, Wait,
Surveyor-Geeral, credit to be allowed to, in settlement of
appointment of, fir Utah Territory, au- accounts ........................... 393
thorized ............. .... ........ 91 Tanner, Charles B.,
power, salary, and allowances .......... 91
Tax,
payment to ......................... 381
location of office of................... 91
Surveyor of the Customs, to be imposed in the rebel States to raise
appointment, residence, and pay of one money to pay the expenses of conven-
at Chester, Pennylvania ............ 10 tion to revise constitutions, &e....... 4
Sui veyors- Generaland their Clemks, ten per cent to be paid by banks and
appropriation for, in the several States bankers upon notes of cities, towns,
and Terrtones .......... 101, 292, 293 &c. paid out by them after May 1, 1867 6
appropriations for rent of offices for, in on distilled spirits, to be fully paid before
several States and Territories. 115, 306, 307 they are taken from warehouse for any
Sureys, purpose .................. ... 34, 78, 256
of Indian reservations, appropriations certain cotton exempted from internal... 34
for ................... ...... 118, 119 on shares in national banks, to be assessed
of rivers and harbors, certain facts to be where ............................. 34
commnimcated to Congress, with re- on spirits ............................ 125
ports of ................ ......... 262 first lien on distiller, &e .......... 125
for military defences, appropriations for. 318 spirits, to be assessed monthly, on
report of result of, of line of forneth capacity ................... 130
parallel to be published ........... 318 stored in warehouse, paid before
cost, how to he defrayed ......... 318 removal ................... 131
letter-press work to be done at the deficiencies in distiller's return of
government printing office..... 318 spirits distilled ................. 134
Surveys, Plans, and Estmates, wine and champagne .............. 144
to be made for ship canal around the faHs spirits in warehouse paid in nine
of the Ohio river .................... 25 months fiom passage of act ....... 149
of expense of completing the Louisville tobacco .......................... 153
and Portland canal ............... 25 cigars ........................... 160
for improveme.t of western and north- any mode or timer of assessment not pro-
western rivers, by whom to be made.. 28 vided, commissioner to fix .......... 166
£wartwout, Caroline, Tax Bil,
pension to .......................... 360 act to pay for indexing the ............. 237
Swartwout, Margaret, Tax Coruissioners,
pension to .................... ...... 360 of Arkansas, certain proceedings of, rat-
Swiss Coafedration, ified .............................. 123
postal convention with, October 11, 1867. 573 Taxes,
oxchange of correspondence ............ 573 employment of persons tor the collection
to embrace what ............... 573 of direct, in insurrectionary districts,
offices for exchange of mails, in egch to be discontinued, when, &c......... 23
country .... ............... ... .. 573 Tax, Special,
arrangements for despatch of mails..... 573 on distillers and rectifiers ............. 150
costof transportation ............ 573 on compounders of liquors, and wholesale
weight for single rate of postage, and rule liquor dealers ............ ....... 151
of progression .................. . 573 payment of, not exempt from penalty un-
rates of postage .................. 573, 574 der State laws ..................... 151
prepayment optional on ordinary letters 574 on manufacturer of stills ............... 151
required on registered letters, &c 574 when refunded by Secretary of the Treas-
proceedings when postages are unpaid, or ury. ...... .. .............. 129
not sufficiently paid .............. 574 on dealers in leaf tobacco ........... 151
registered correspondence to pay addition- of retail dealer not required of tobacco
at fee ..................... 574 manufacturers who sell their own pro-
what correspondence may be registered 574 duction ................ ..... 151, 152
basis for settlement of accounts ...... 574 on dealers in tobacco ............... 152
regulations for despatch of correspondence 574 on manufacturers of tobacco and cigars.. 152
exchange of correspondence by open sales of tobacco.,.... ............... 152
mails .................... .574, 575 Teleguaph. See Submarine Telegraph.
transit of closed mails through either provision for laying cables on Atlantic
country .................... .... 575 coast, except, &c .................. To
postal accounts, when to be stated, &c.. 575 between Atlantic and Pacific States, ap-
transfer of closed mails without expense 575 propriations for .......... 111, 173, 302
official communications ...... 575 Telegraph Lines. See Sssiton, ,c
missent letters, articles, &c .. . 575 cession by the Sissiton, &c. Indins to the
detailed regulations ....... . 575 United States, of the right to constiurt,
when this convention takes cet( t, and how upon, over, and across their lands. . 506
long to continue ............. .575

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Temporary Clerks, Tobacco, (continued.)


hppropriations for, in the State Depart- exported, form of paekage not limited... 153
ment . ........................... 234 forthited if tax not paid ............... 156
in the Indian bureau ................ 234 withdrawn from warehouse on permit of
in Treasury Department, appiopriations collector ....... : .................. 157
for ................................ 99 withdrawn once only from warehouse for
may be classified ................. 99 transportation ..................... 157
Temporary Loan Certeficates, removed from manufactory to export
further issue of,, authorized to redeem warehouse without payment of tax.... 157
outstanding compound-interest notes.. 183 when manufactured on shares, manufac-
may form part of reserve of the national turer to affix stamps ................ 158
banks ............................. 183 imported, to be placed in ,bonded ware-
Temporary Relf, house......................... 1,58
of poor, &c. in the District of Columbia, not to be withdrawn from warehouse
appropriation for ................. 41, 269 prior to October 1, 1868 ......... 158
Tennessee, to.pay same tax as domestic ....... 158
certain arms and equipments to be fur- to be put up in like packages as do-
nished to .......................... 28 mestic ......................... 158
to be accounted for ................... 28 stamped and cancelled before re-
post-roads established in ............ 193, 332 moval from custody of collector of
terms of circuit and district courts in.... 80 customs .................... 158
TerritorialPrison, owner of, liable to penal provisipns
for Idaho, provision for selecting a site as of domestic .................. 158
for ................................ 282 box, vessel, or enclosure of, to be de-
Territories of the United States, stroyed when emptied ......... 156, 157
appropriation for geological survey of. .. 306 when forfeited to the United States ..... 156
members of legislative assemblies of, to packages of, partially emptied, not to be
be chosen for two years ........... 300 refilled. See Penalty................ 157
sessions of assemblies, to be biennial ....300 ,packages of, prescribed .............. 153
appropriations for government in the. .108. inventory of stock of, on hand, made
300,313 monthly until sold .................. 159
Testimonials, sales of, without stamps, penalty for .... 159
awarded to soldiers by legislatures of in bond, may be sold in original package,
States, may be sent by mail free of how stamped ....................... 159
postage ............................ 248 in bond, sold in original packages until
Texas, January 1, 1869 .................... 159
the government existing in, March 23, Tobacco, Manufactured,
1867, declared to be not legal ...... 14 not to be sold after Feb. 1, 1869, unless,
if continued, how to be continued... 14 &c................................ 266
convention in, for framing copstitution, of Todd, James S.,
whom to consist, and how appointed.... 3 penson to ....................... 376
persons holding civil offices in the provis- Tacd, Wilhum B,
ional government of, who cannot take certain money to be refunded to ........ 378
the oath, to be removed .............. 344 Tomlinson, Harteepee, and Company,
act when to take effect ................. 344 payment to ......................... 380
Texas Indians, Tonnaye,
appropi lations for the ................. 220 provisions respecting duties on, in the
Thanksqiminq and Paise, treaty with the Dominican Republic.. 477
proclamations appointing days of nation- Tonnage Duties,
al . . ........................ 701,711 act for the repeal of, on certain Spanish
vessels ............................ 282
Thatcher, Rear.Admral H K., 282
may accept a decoration ............. 429 on ceitam Spanish vessels .............
The Masonic Mutual Relief Association of the Tonvuqe Fees,
Districtof Columbia, not to be exacted on United States ves-
act to incorporate .................. 334, 335 sels touching in ports of Canada, by
Third A aetor, United States consus, or consular
appropriations for the office of... 98, 173, 288 agents, unless, &c .................. 260
Thomas, Caroline E, not to be charged in Canada, by consular
pension to ........................... 360 officers of the United States, on certain
Thompson, Hampton, vessels ............................ 322
pension to .......................... 369 not to be charged on certain vessels, except
Thoqse, Cassandra,James, and Virginia, for the first clearance in each year.... 322
may each select eighty acres of land ....497 Tower, Foster and,
Tibbetts, Samuel, allowance to, for difference in cost of
payment to .......................... 427 crucibles ........................... 452
Tiber Creek, Towm Sites. See Lands, Public.
appropriation for arched roadway over... 234 piovision for entering public lands occu-
Tobacco, pied as ........................... 67
manufactured, tax on ................. 153 Traders
manufacture of, special tax on ......... 152 may be permitted to remain at military
manufacturer of, to give bond for pay-. posts on the frontier ................ 29
ment of tax ........... .......... 154 to be deemed camp followers ....... 29
persons growing, not to pay tax on not to sell certain goods to enlisted
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Tradig Establishments, Treasury Department, (continued.)
certain, may be permitted to be main- contingent and incidental expenses of,
tamed at military posts on the frontier. 29 provisions concerning ............... 311
regulations concerning ............ 29 accounts for, not to be allowed, ex-
Transfers cept, &c ...................... 311
ofappropriations between different branch. no part of any appropriation for, to
es of any department prohibited ...... 36 be paid for clerk hire, messengers,
TransientPaupers in Washington, D. C., or laborers ..................... 311
appropriations for care, support, &c. of Treasury Extension,
sixty .......................... 233,310 approprations for..................... 173
contract for support of, to be made by Treasury Notes, Loans and,
surgeon-general with some proper med- appropriations for expenses of....... 111, 301
ical institution .................. 233, 310 Treasury of the United States,
T ansit a special deposit in coin and bulion in,
between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, to be converted into coin, and paid into 21
right of, granted to the United States Treaties,
by Nicaragua ...................... 558 provisions respecting the pubifration of,
neutrality of, to be guaranteed by the in the newspapers in the IDistrict of
United States ................... 558 Columbia, and in the several States... 8
United States may convey troops across. 558 laws allowing the President, &c. to make,
rights of persons and property during, to with Indian tribes repealed ......... 9
be protected ....................... 559 no expense in making, with any Indian
United States may protect by force, &c.. 560 tribe to be incurred until after appro-
provision as to dividends by any company priation therefor .................... 9
that may construct railroad acioss.... 561 this prohibition repealed .............. 18
provision for, of closed mails through law for the promulgation of ........... 40
certain foreign countries.... 547, 567, 571, list of those contained in this volume
575, 579, 603 xxix., xxx.
See Russia.
See Closed Mails. Treaty with Russia.
Transportation, for the cession of Alaska .............. 539
of army, appropriations for ...... 65, 314, 317 appropriation to carry into effect treaty
of officers and their baggage ............ 65 with .............................. 198
Travis, Michael, Trees (ind Tree Boxes,
pension to the minor children of ........ 425 appropriations for ................. 117, 309
Treason, Truax, George,
indictments for, to be found within five pension to ........................... 406
years from, &c.................. 183 Trueman, Mary J.,
Treasurerof the United States, pension to ........................... 407
appropriations for the office of... .98, 173, 289 Trustees of Union Chaael of the Methodist Episcopal
to withhold for forty days payment of Church,
moneys appropriated for the erection of in Washington, D. C., may mortgage
the jail in the District of Columbia .. 245 their property ...................... 186
Treasury Building, Tunstall,
appropriation for north wing of..... 114, 311 appointment and pay of consul at ...... 320
repairs of........................ 114 Turkey,
appropriations for extension of, by whom the President to communicate to the gov-
to be disbursed ..................... 305 ernment of, the resolution of Congress
Treasury Department, declaring sympathy with the suffering
and its bureaus, printing in, how may be people of Crete .................. 31
done ........ ..................... 13 copy of resolution appealing to, in behalf
number of employees not to be in- of the people of Crete, to be sent to the
creased thereby ................. 13 government of ..................... 264
pay of night watchmen in, increased....o 110 Turkish Dominions,
appropriation therefor ................. 110 appropriations for expenses of consulates
appropriation for construction branch of. 114 in .... ........................ 56, 319
appropriations for ...... 97, 98, 172, 287 - 290 Turner, JonathanS,
for contingent expenses of. .99, 173, 290, patent of, extended................... 434
291, 311 Two Kettle Band of Sioux Indians. See Sioux, c.
detailed statements of expenses to be treaty with, of April, 1868 .......... 635, 646
made annually ............... 99 appropriations for the.............. 216, 217
office of director of bureau of statistics
abolished .......................... 99
who to act as director ............ 99 U.
Treasury Department building. .99, 174, 291,
311 tintah Band of Ute Indians,
provision for general care and superin- treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ....... 619
tendence of buildings used by .... 311 See Ute Indians.
superintendent of buildings to be em- Unatal7as,
ployed ........................ 311 appropriations for the ................. 218
pay and duties of ........... 311 Umbrellas,
clerk, laborers, &c ................ 311 customs duty upon ................... 22
expenditure for furniture and repairs 311 Umpire,
accounts to be transmitted to Con- pay of, under convention, to adjust claims
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Umpire, (continued.) United States Mail ,twamshp Line, (continued.)


treaty provisions as to choice and duties letter., &c. not to be detained to, be sent
of the, in the claim, commission estab. by this line.................... 229
hshed by the tieaty between the United aveiage rate of speed to be attained. ... 229
States and Mexico .................. 682 if not attained, contract may cease.. . 229
Umpquas, compensation not to exceed postage, &c.. 229
apopriations for the .............. 200, 218 to be paid to the company quarte ly. 229
Unaled-fo? Letters, when sea postages exceed $ 400,000 a
certain, to be returned to writer, without year, company not to receive inland
additional postage .................. 194 postages nor sea postages beyond
Uncpapa Band of Sioux Indians. See Sioux, $600,000 ......................... 229
6-c. company may isque bonds ............ 230
treaty with, of April, 1868 .......... 635, 645 amount and when payable ....... 230
Unexpended Balances, prncipal and interest payable in
in the bands of the commissioner of coin . . ............... ..... 230
bureau for refugees, &c. how applied.. 83 to be registered at Post-Office Depart-
of appropriation for wagon roads in Da- ment ........ ........... .. 230
kota, to be used to complete bridge Postmaster-Geneial to apply moneys
over Dakota river ................... 89 earned for postages to pay the inteiest
Unflr,e, on the bonds, and balanie fur sinking
of Capitol police and watchmen, how to fund ..................... ....... 230
be selected and furnished ............ 12 when stiking fund equals principal, in-
appropriation therefor .............. 12 terest how- to be paid and postmges
pesons ui the diplomatic service of the how applied ............... .. .230
United States not to wear, unless, &c.. 23 foreign mail agents of the govenment to
Uniform Dress, have free passage ................ 230
may be prescribed for lettercarriers..... 197 company to maintain steamships for
penalty upon those not letter carriers for twenty years.. .............. 230
.............. 197 privileges of the act not to be assigned or
union wearing
Chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, transferred .............. .... 230
in Washington, D. C,, trustees of, may intent of act...............2 30, 231
mortgage their property ............. 186 Congress may terminate the conti act or
Union PacificRailroad Company, repeal the act .. .................... 231
time of holding the annual meeting of, Universal Exhibition at Pars,
changed ..................... ..... 245 commission of the United States at the... 19
place where to be held ................ 245 who to be president of ............. 19
term of piesent directors when to cease. . 245 to meet in Paris, and at whose call.. 19
Vnion Pacific Railway Company, to make rules, &c elect vice-presi-
may contract with Denver Pacific Rail- dent, and appoint committees, &c. 19
way and Telegraph Company for the may designate honorary commission-
construction, &c. of its road and tele- ers without compensation ....... 19
giaph between Denver City and Chey- may employ secretary, clerks, and
enne ......................... 324 draughtbmen ................. .19
shall extend its railroad and telegraph to no commissioner to act as agent .... 19
a connection at Denver, so as to form appropriation for freights and tianspor-
continuous line from Kansas City to tation ............................ 19
Cheyenne .......................... 324 for insurance .. .................. 19
road, &c. to be operated by Denver steam.power at Paris ............. 19
Pacific Railway Company ....... 328 exhibition of machines, eirection of
operatink of road and rates of tariff buildings, &c................... 19
not affected .................... 324 collecting, &c. specimens of the min-
both companies may mortgage their eral wealth of the United States . 20"
roads, &C........................ .324 clerks, laborers, and incidental ex-
may receive patents for alternate sec- penses at Paris and New York... 20
tions of land ................... 324 detailed 'statements of expenses to be
but are not entitled to subsidy in made to Congress through departments
United States bonds ............ 324 of State ..... .......... .......... 20
Union Pacific Railway Company, Eastern Di. Upper Yanctones Indians,
visOn, appropriations for the .............. 216, 217
may change its name to the "Kansas Ury(wiy,
Pacific Railway Company .......... 348 additional salary of minister of United
LTnited States .3adSteamship Line, States to ........................... 319
organized for the proper conveyance of Utah Indians,
mails and passengers ............... 229
seven first-class steamships to be built by Utahapprriaitns
l~andYDistrct,for the ................. 217
the Commercial Navigation Company constituted ................ .... ... 91
of New York, where and within what register and receiver, their poweis, &c... 91
time ............................. 229 land offices, where to be located ........ 91
steamships, how to be coamanded ...... 230 pre-emption and homestead laws to apply
armament, apprentices ............. 230 to lands in ......................... 92
may be taken by the United Statesa Utah Te rary,
as transports, &e. if exigency re- appropriations for governmett of ... 108, 300
quires ......................... 230 for surveyor-general of, &c.. 101, 115,293,
payment therefor .............. 230 306

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Utah Territory, (continued.)


for surveys of public lands in .... 117, 308
surveyor-general tbr, authorized ........ 91 Vacancies
salary, power, and allowances ...... 91 in the executive departments, act for
Utah land district consttuted .......... 91 temporarily supplying ............... 168
register and receiver, and their Valenca,
powers.................... .91 salary of consul at, established, ......... 320
land offices where to be located ..... 91 Vancouver Arsenal,
appropriations for survey of Indian res- appropriations for..................... 66
ervations in ....................... 119 Vangi/der, Charles F.,
post-roads established in ............. 193 pension to widow and children of ...... 411
appropriations for Indian service in .198, 220 Vangilder, Esthe C. C.,
appropriations for salary and office ex- and children, pensiouto ............... 411
penses of the surveyor-general of ..... 234 Van Nordstrand,David.
assignment of district judges in ......... 242 pension to ..... ..................... 371
time and place of holding court in Vaughn, Anee,
each district ................. 242 pension to ........................... 369
sessions of legislative assembly of, to be Vaults, xc.
biennial ............... ... ... . 300 appropriations for ..................... 114
salaries of judges in, to be the same as Venezuela,
now paid to judges in Idaho and Mon- act to carry into effect the convention with
tana . ......................... 313 the Repubhc of, for the adjustment of
Ut Indians, certain ............................ 18
appropriations for expenses of treaty pay and allowance for travel of the com-
with various bands of ............ .. 315 missioner ......................... 18
treaty with certain bands of the, March pay of minister resident of the United
2,1868 ........................ ... 619 States in, if appointed commissioner... 18
provisions of former treaty reaffirmed... 6.9 contingent expenses of commission and
reservation provided, boundaries ........ 619 pay of umpire and secretary .......... 18
only certain persons to reside theieon appropriation ........................ 18
619, 620 appropriation for acting chargd d'affaires
claims by, to all other lands released.... 620 at ................................ 302
two agencies to be established on the res- Ventmlation
ervation ....................... 620 of Senate, appropriations for ......... 93, 234
buildings, mules, &c .................. 620 Vermont,
Indian agents to make their home at the post-roads established in ............. 54, 332
agency buildings .................. 620 term of circuit and district courts of the
complaints, examination as to depreda- United States to be held at Burlington 274
tion ............ .......... .. ... 620 State authorities nay erect, &e. a court-
offenders among the whites and Indians. 620 house and jail on lot of land belonging
heads of families desirous to commence to the United States in Burlngton .... 274
faiming may select tract of laud.. .620, 621 limitation to permission ........... 274
tract to be recorded and held in ex- courts-of the United States to be
clusive possession ............... 621 held, &e..................... . 274
persons not heads of families may se- prisoners to be imprisoned in jail... 274
lect ........................... ... 621
ceded to.. 274
tracts selected to be recorded in Ute land Vessels, jurisdiction oVr the land
book ........... . ............ 621 names of certain, may be changed by
surveys, rights of settler to improvements 621 Secretary of Treasury ............... 81
alienation and descent of property ...... 621 law requiring oath of other owners than
education, school-houses, and teachers... 621 applicant to certificate of registry of,
children to attend school .......... 621 repealed ........................... 84
seeds and agricultural implements-..... 621 certificate of registry, or enrolment and
instructions from farmer .............. 621 license to islue to certain foreign built. 122
additional blacksmith ........ *......... 621 certain tax to be fist paid ......... 122
United States may withdraw farmers, masters, owners, and agents of, conniving
millers, blacksmiths, and carpenters. 621, at fraud ...................... . .. 148
622 when to be forfeited ................... 148
in such ease additional appropria- Veteran Resere Corps,
ation ....................... 621, 622 officers of,now on duty, in bureau of freed-
clothing, blankets, &e.................. 622 men, &c, may be retained ............ 83
food, meats, and vegetables .......... 622 authority, &c .................... 83
cows, sheep, &c. .................. 622, 623 race- Consulates,
railroads and highways, to have right of expenses of, not to exceed $ 500 a year.. 58
way----------------.... 622 limit to allowance to, for expenses ...... 322
teachers and mechanics, and their sup- Vice-Presidentof the Unded States,
plies .............................. 622 appropriations for .................. 95, 287
cessions of reservations not to be valid, " Victoria," The Brig,
unles, &e .......................... 622 American register to issue to ........ 259, 260
appropriations how to apply, and be di- " Victoria," The Sclwho ,
vided ............................ . 622 certificate of registry, or, &e. to issue to.. 122
forfeitures by making war--------622 Rgil, Coneho See New Mexico.
individuals continuing peaceful may have land claims of, in New Mexico, to be ad-
benefits of treaty ................... 622 justed ...................... 275, 276, 440

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Vilas lVational Bank of Plattsburgi, Walla- Walla, 4-c. R R. Co., (continued.)
to take debts, &c.of the "Second National to be first submitted to a vote of the
Bank of Plattsburgh ........... 281, 282 eople of the county, at an election
Vinalhaven, Maine, eld for that purpose, and be voted
made a port of delivery................ 63 for by three fourths of the legal
Vinegar, vote cast thereat ................ 326
manufacture of, by distillation from grain, if vote is taken at a special election,
prohibited ........................ 126 what notice is to be given ........ 326
Vinnie Ream, county commissioneis may hold spe-
appropiation to fulfil contract for statue cial election to take the vote of
of Abraham Lincoln by .............. 292 the county upon granting aid to
Volations the road .................... 326
of internal revenue laws, appropriation the attempting to obtain future assistance
for detection and punishment of.... 98, 290 from the United States, to work a for-
Virginia, feiture of this grant ............. 326
post-roads established in ............... 333 Walla - Walla Coanti/, Washington Tern itory,
the government existing in, March 23, county commissioners of, may subscribe
1867, declared to be not legal ........ 14 for stock of the Walla-Walla and Co-
if continued, how to be coptinued... 14 lumbia River R. R. Co, and issue
convention in, for framing constitution, of bonds of the county in payment thereof 326
whom to consist, and how apportioned 3 See Walla - Wala and Columbia Riwer R. R. Co.
persons holding civil offices in the provis- Walla- Wallas,
ional government of, who cannot take appropriations for the ................. 218
the oath, to be removed .............. 344 Weiters, M1aria,
act when to take effect ................ 344 pension to ........................... 446
Volunteers, Walters, Olena,
services of certain mounted, may be ac- pension to ........................... 404
cepted to suppreVs Indian hostilities... 17 Wandell, Edmund W.,
pay, subsistence, &c. of, if accepted ..... 17 back pension to ...................... 444
officers of, now on dutyin bureau of freed- Wands, Catharne,
men, &e. may be retained ........... 83 payment of pension to................. 385
not enlisted, disabled by wounds, pen- Warden oJ Jad,
sions of ........................... 237 in the District of Columbia, appointment,
Voters, removal, &c. of .................... 342
in States lately in rebellion, qualifications may appoint, subject to approval, subor-
of, for voing upon ratification of Con- dinate officers ...................... 342
stitution, &c ....................... 41 War Department,
in Washington, D. C, certain provisions appropriations for ............ 101, 102, 294
concerning ........................ 62 buildings used by............103, 295
in Wyoming Territoiy ............. 179, 180 certain clerks in office of paymaster-gen-
Votinq Lists, eral not continued after June 30, 1869. 102
in Washington, D. C., provisions con- expenses of, at and near New Yoik city,
cerning ............................ 62 to be reduced at once ............... 247
suitable building to he hired for ........ 247
deficiency appropriations fr.........3 14
W. quartermaster's department ............ 314
Wagon Road, cavalry and artillery horses ............ 314
from West Point to Cornwall Landing, transportation ........................ 314
government labor to aid in building. . 168 bariacks and quarters ................. 314
Wagon Roads. Se Sson, 'C. medical and hospital department ........ 314
cession by the Sisseton, &c Indians to the Ward, Thomas W.,
United States of the right to construct, accounts of, to be settled ............ .. 382
across and over their lands ........... 506 Warehouse,
11uhpeton Indians. Sioux Indians. See Sisse- distilled spirits not to be taken from, until
ton, ft fall tax is paid ................ 34, 78, 256
appropriations for relief of ...... 217, 221, 315 distillery provided at expense of distiller. 130
Walcott, Erastus B., to be approved by commissioner .... 130
made manager of national asylum for entry of spirits in ................. 135
disabled, &c. soldiers ............. 220 withdrawal of spirits from ......... 136
Wallace, Martha Ann, may be discontinued at option of
pension to ........................... 399 commissioner .................. 149
former pension discontinued ............ 399 export, for tobacco, established with
Willa- Wa and Colambia River R. R. Co., approval of commissioner....... 157
right of way granted to, for road from for storage of tobacco to be exported,
Walla-Walla to some eligible point on in charge of collector of cnstomb.. 157
the navigable waters of the Columbia Warehouses, Government,
river ......................... 325 on Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn, New York,
width ot way, land for stations, &c ...... 325 may be sold at public auction ........ 7
county commissioners of Walla-Walla Secretary of Treasury to execute deeds. 7
county may subscribe for stock of road, Warpeton Bands. See Sssiton, ft.
and issue bonds of the county in pay- of Dakota or Sioux Indians, treaty with. 505
ment therefor ..................325, 326 Wash. See Mash.
subcripton not to exceed the sum of provisions of internal revenue-act con-
$300,000 ...................... 326 cering.................. 126, 133, 134

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WashingtonAqueduct, Woashngton, D. C., (continued.)
moneys appropriated for, to be expended special tax in, for public schools and
under the direction of the Secretary of school-houses ...................... 120
W ar ......... .................... 12 to be reimbursed for certain expenditures
deficiency appropriation for ............ 174 in improving the property of the gen-
to be in full for all claims against the eral government in ................. 177
government for work done, or no improvements in streets, &ecto be paid
damages ....................... 174 for by the United States, to be made
appropriation for iepairs and superintend- until after appropriation therefor ...... 177
e.nce of .... ....................... 309 may, by vote of its councils, issue not
Washington City Orphan Asylum, over $ 800,000 of its bonds to pay its
certain iron railing given to ............ 255 floating debt ...................... 226
Washington County, bonds, denomination, interest, &e....... 226
to pay its part of expenses of metropolitan how executed and when payable .... 22
police ..... ... ................... 116 not to be sold for less than par ..... 226
to levy special tax therefor ............ 116 interest and sinking fund for redemption
purchase of sites for school-houses and to be provided for by taxation ........ 226
maintenance of schools in ........ 118, 120 necessary oidinances may be passed by
Washzngton, D. C, city councils ... ................... 226
provisions concerning elections in ....... 27 tax to be levied to pay for lighting the
See Elections. &hools. streets with gas ..................... 261
act to extend charter of, &c........... 61 contract may be made with the Washing-
former act continued in force one year, ton gas-light company ........... 261,262
&c........ ..................... 61 number of street lamps to be increased
mayor, aldermen, and council to meet in from time to time .................. 262
convention and elect certain officers by if city authorities fail, Secretat y of Inte-
ballot .... ........................ 61 rior to levy tax and light the city ..... 262
time of meeting and term of office... 61 to contribute for expenses of metropolitan
future elections ................. 61 police ............................. 307
qualifications for such offices.. . 61 proportion of contribution ......... 807
proceedings while in convention .... 61 special tax to be levied ............ 307
certificates of election ............. 61 city corporation to' pave north half of G
persons elected, when to enter on office.. 61 Street between, &c.................. 307
questions arising in convention to he de- to assess cost on private property, &c. 308
termined by majority vote .......... 61 to pave western half of Eighth
adjouruments, vacancies, &c........... 61 Street between, &c ............. 307
bank for the deposit of moneys of city, to to assess cost, &c................. 307
be designated by convention ......... 61 Washington Gas-Light Company
certificate of selection to be given may contract to- light Washington with
the president or cashier ......... 61, 62 gas ....................... .... 261,262
city funds not to be elsewhere, un- not to be exempt from tax ......... .62
less, &c................ ...... 62 Washington Schitzen-Park,
electors to reside in ward fifteen days be- corporation created to establish and main-
fore offering to vote ................. 62 tain the ........ .................. 170
elective franchise not conferred on officers, Washington Torget-Shooting Association,
soldiers, sailors, &c unless, &c....... 62 in the District of Columbia, incorporated 170
persons claiming to be naturalized, not members not to exercise in target-shoot-
to be registered, unless papers are pro- ing on Sunday ..................... 171
duced, &c........... .............. 62 Washingon Territory,
voting lists to be in whose custody, and claimants for property lost in suppression
how corrected ...................... 62 of Indian hostilities in, tobe paid, judg-
no property qualification required for ments in their favor upon, &c ........ 24
officers ......................... 62 post-roads established in............. 54, 334
clerks to board of commissioners of elec- appropriations for government of .... 108, 300
tions ............... ............. 62 for surveyor-general of. 101, 115, 293,306
judges of election to make regulations... 62 for surveys of public lands in... 117, 808
act relating to contested elections in ..... 81 Indian service in .......... 198, 220, 221
persons receiving certificate of election act of legislative assembly of, disapproved
from register, to be entitled to enter on by Congress ....................... 239
duties of office ...................... 81 district court of, to have jurisdiction of of-
penalty for hindering or obstructing. 81 fences under act estiblishing the Alas-
rights of persons holding certificates, how ka collection district ............... 241
may be enforced .................... 81 sessions of legislative assembly of, to be
those claiming to be elected may apply to biennial ........................... 300
supreme court of district, &c ........ 81 election for delegates to the Forty-second
when legal organization of certain bonds Congress, when to be held: .......... 339
is delayed, mayor may make temporary for other officers .................. 339
appointments ...................... 81 subsequent elections ........... : ....... a39
corporate authorities to expend a sum on Watchmen,
court-houses like that appropriated by certain, in and about the Capitol, &c. to
the United States .................. 115 be appointed by the sergeants-at arms-
tb pay sum for metropolitan police ...... 116 of the Senate and House ........... 11, 12
may levy special tax for public schools, their compensation, and how payable 12
school-houses, &c................... 120 aplpropriattons for ............. 12. 286

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Watchmen, (continued.) West, William H,
pattein for unifoim to be selected ....... payment to, for keeping bonds held in
12
uniform to be furnished, and at what trust for Smithsonian Instttutro .... I18
price .......................... 12 West Wisconsin Railroad,
in executive or judicial departments, pay time for completing, extended .......... 257
of, established ..................... 287 act to be void, if, &c ............. 257
Waterford, Pennsylvania, Whipple, Reierend H. B ,
unoccupied military site at, may be sold. 39 to dnect expenditure of appropriation for
Water Pipes, Sisseton, &c Sioux Indians ........ 315
in Washington, D. C.................. 118 foll statement of expenditures to be
Waters, Geoiye R., m ade ......................... 315
pension to the widow and children of.... 393 'pay of, for seriices .................... 315
Waters, Mfary, Whistler, Gertrude and Leo,
and children, pension to ............... 393 may each select three hundred and twenty
Watertown Arsenal, acres of land ..................... 497
appropriations for .................. 66, 318 Whistler, Sarah A.,
IVate vliet Arsenal, may select half-section of land .......... 497
appropriation for .................... 66 White, Edward W.,
Watson, Robe, t, pension to ......................... 446
pension to ........................... 400 Whie, H. A.,
Watts, Isaac, payment to ......................... 453
payment to ....................... , 452 Vhitehall and PlattsburghRailroad Company,
Waupakoota Indians, to have righrof way over certain land of
appropriations for the .............. 221 the United States, at Elattsburgh, N Y. Go
Weas See Cofederated Peorta, 4c. limit of grant ....................... 60, 61
ticaty with the, of Feb. 23; 1867.....513, 518 Whitt, Margaret,
Webb, Sarah, penbion to ........ : ................ 439
pension to .......... .......... .359 Whitt, Martin,
Webbings. Lastinq, pension to the widow and children of .... 439
tati efpiovisions concerning ............. 24 Wholesale Liquor Deale s,
Webster, Charlotte, definition and special tax of............ 15
widow of Timothy, pension to .......... 443 to procure, and keep sign, form of...... 132
Webster, Frances Hll, Wichitas,
pension to .......................... 418 appropriations for the .............. 220, 221
Weed, Robert T., Widows,
ev f on to children of ................ 390 abandoning their children, or being un-
Wee, NancY, suitable persons to have charge of them,
pension of, increased ................. 380 not to have pensions ................. 236
Weeninueche Band of Ute Indians, Wilcox, Charles W.,
treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ....... 619 pension to widow and children of...... 395
See Ute Indians Wilcox, Martha.. ,
Weiland, First Lieutenant D. H., and children, pension to ............... 395
to be dropped from rolls, for absence Wilcox, SarahA.,
without leave ...................... 263 pjension to ......................... 454
Weisse, Barbara, Wier, Lucinda A,
pension to ............ .............. 420 p nson to ........................... 449
"Weland," The Schooner, Wz low, Myron,
certificate of registry, or, &c. to issue pension to widow and children of...... 39&
to ........................... 122 WiAtlew', Sarah A ,
Wesson, D B, and children, pension to ............... 393
may apply for extension of patent ....... 355 Williams, Ann,
Western and Northwestern Rivers, pension to ......................... .406
surveys and improvements of, how to be Williamson, Susan Ten Eyck,
m ade .............................. 28 ension to ........................... 368
West Point, Wil ston, Louisa M.,
right of way over government property panston 'to ......................... .420
at, granted to Hdison River West Wills,
Shoicl R R Co .................... 93 act relating to the proof of, in the District
number of board of visitors at, not to ex- of Columbia ....................... 340
ceed seven each year ............... 42 Wilson, Ann,
limitation of expenditures of appropria- pension to ........................... 370
tion for ............................ 43 Wilson, First Lieutenant Rwhard,
Westmoreland, Charles, to be dropped from rolls, for absence with-
payment in trust for .................. 463 out leave ......................... 263
West Virginia, Wilson, Mrs. Emma,
money appropriated to reimburse, for ex- payment to be made to ................ 436
penses in suppressing the rebellion, to Wimpey, John A,
be expended under the direction of the appropriatons to pay for expense of con-
Secretary of War ................... 6 testing seat in the House ............. 310
post-roads established in ......... 54, 193, 333 Wine,
surplus from sale of property of the tax on .............................. 144
United States at Harper's Ferry, to manufacturers of, to make returns . 144
be given to, for school fund ......... 265 made by any person for exclusive use in
how to be held and applied ......... 265 his own family, exempt from tax. 144

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Winnebagoes, Wrapping Paper,
appiopriations for the .............. 2L$, 221 made from wood 'or cernstalks, to be ex-
Winnebago Indian Reservalioi, empt from internal tax .............. 6
appropriation for survey of lands of. 119 all to be so exempt ................... 6
Winnepeq, Selkirk Settlement, Wrecks,
appointment and pay of consul at ....... 320 provisions concerning, in the treaty with
We Spiral Furniture Springs, the Dominican Republic ............. 479
customs duty upon .................... 22 Wiht, Captain George,
Wisconsin, gold chronometer to be presented. to, for
post-roads established in ........ 54, 193, 333 saving lives of American seamen..254, 255
legislature of State of, may dispose of Wris of Error,
certain lands granted to it to aid in the authorized to re-examine final judgments
construction of the La Crosse and Mil- against Xevenue officers in eivil cases,
waukee Railroad, for the benefit of the without regard to amount in contro-
Wisconsin Railroad Farm Mortgage versy .............................. 44
Land Company .................... 238 the United. States may prosecute to cir-
lands granted to, for certain railroads, not cuit courts, without giving security for
to be forfeited, &c................... 252 costs ............... .............. 226
Wistonsin and Pox Rivers, " W. W. Abell,"
tune for completion of improvement of, name of the yacht changed to "Ethel " 81
extended ................... 20 Wyandottes,
Wisconsin Railroad Farm Mortgage Land treaty with, of February 23, 1867 .... 513, 516
Company, land set apart for the, by the United States 516
may have the benefit of certain lands payment therefor ........... I .... 516
granted to the State of Wisconsin .... 238 who to constitute the tribe ......... 516
Witham, Amos, register to be taken .................. 516
pension to ............ ... .......... 368 upon completion of, certain amount
Witnesses, to be divided ................ 516, 517
consular officers not compelled to appear remainder, how divided ...... 517, 527
as, m civil cases, by provision of treaty certain restrictions upon sales of lands re-
between the United States and Italy.. 606, moved ............................ 517
607 Wyeth, Almzra,
provision as to, in criminal cases 606, 607 pension to ........................... 376
in court of claims, parties anid persons in- Wyoming,
terested in claims to be incompetent... 75 act to provide a temporary government
but may be examined by the United for the Territory of ................ 178
States ........ ... ............ 75 Territory organized ................... 178
testimony of, in judicial proceedings, not boundaries .......................... 178
to be used against them in criminal Indian rights nof affected ............ 178
cases, &c. in United States courts, &c.. 37 Territory may be divided ............ 178
perjury in giving such testimony, executive governor, secretary, &e.178, 179, 182
not exempted from punishment. . 37 legislative assembly ............. 1-9, 182
provision for taking the testimony of, re- voters' right of suffrage and to hold office
siding in the District of Columbia, to not to be abridged .................. 180
be used in suits pending elsewhere, legislative power, extent of..: .......... 180
either under a commission issued by a veto power of governor ................ 180
court of some State, &e. or without township, district, and county officers... 180
such commission ............. 324, 325 officers herein not otherwise provided for 180
may be compelled to attend and give who not to hold certain offices ......... 180
their testimony .................. 325 judicial power, supreme and district
penaly for not obeying summons ....... 325 courts ......................... 180, 181
fees for attendance ................... 325 jurisdiction of courts and of justices of
Witnesses, Governameit, the peace.......................... 181
in courts of the United States, expenses chancery power, clerks, registers, &e. 181
of ................................. 101 writs oferror, exceptions, and appeals 181
Wolf, Helen L., habeas corpus, precedence of trials.. 181
pension to ........................... 413 attorney, term of ofice, &c............ 181
Wood, Cyrus D,.. marshal, term of office, &c............. 181
arrears of pension of, to be paid to Cyrus appointment of governor 4d other terri-
K. W ood .......................... 397 torial officers ....................181, 182
Wool, seat of government ................... 182
"Canada long wools" to be included in delegate to Congress .................. 182
"Class 2. Combing wools .......... 21 school lands ................. ....... 182
Woolsey, Theodore D., judicial districts, and assignment ofjudges 183
appointed regent of the Smithsonian In- Constitution and laws of the United
stitution ........................... 246 States tobe in force until, &c......... 183
Wooten, William Jl., laws of Dakota to be in force until, &c... 183
pension to children of .............. 391 Wyoming Territory,
Worm-Tub, appropriation for surveying public lands
water to be drawn from, on request of offi- in ................................ 3 08
cer............................139 for government in ............. 300, 313
Wt. See Mash. pay of judicial officers of, not to com-
provisions of internal revenue act, con- mence until they have been commis-
cerning .................... 126, 133,134 sioned and qualfied.. .............
; 313

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Y. Yanktonais Sioux,
reservation set apart for Cuthead band
Yakamas, of ................................ 506
appropriations for the ................. 219 Yards and Docks,
Yampa Band of Ute Indians, appropriations for bureau of.....68, 104, 276,
treaty with the, of March 2, 1868 ....... 610 27,296
See Ute Indians. Yeddo, Japan,
Yanctonais Band of Sioux Indians. See Sioux, 4-c. salary of consul at, established .......... 58
treaty with, of April, 1868 .......... 635, 643 Young, John D,
Yanctonais Indians, payment to, for expense of contesting
appropriations for the .............. 216, 117 seat in the House ................... 310
Yanctons,
appropriations for the .............. 219, 222
Yancton Swux,
appropriation for the, in Dakota Ter-
ritory ............................. 275
to be considered as an offset to Zachman, Solomon,
claims ......................... 275 pension to ........................... 397

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