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A bill to abolish the board of commissioners of
the metropolitan police of the District of Co-
Jefferson City, Missouri, for the use and ac-
soldier in the war of 1812.
dings, of Savannah, Missouri.
kees," or "Old Settlers," to the United States
Court of Claims for adjudication.
act for the final adjustment of private land-
Missouri, and for other purposes.”
i land-scrip may be located.
ern Claims Commission so as to extend the
same to the Indian tribes.
I ard silver dollar, and to restore its legal.tender!
posed by the third section of the fourteenth
of the United States.
A bill to create postal savings-banks......
ment of the Ouachita River in Arkansas.
ment of the Upper Red River in Arkansas.
Little River in the State of Arkansas.
ment of Bayou Bartholomew in the State of
1 Louis, Michigan.
officers of the staff corps of the Army.
ter, widow of the late Brevet Major-General
1 George A. Custer,
father of the late Brevet Major-General George
Thomas W. Custer.
Saint Joseph River, in Michigan.
widow of Patrick Murphy, deceased.
Arlington property, in Virginia, to the Wash-
ington, Cincinnati and Saint Louis Railroad
utes of the United States ro as to allow repay.
1148 A bill granting a pension to Lucius Taft, late
commissary-sergeant Company L, First Regi.
ment Wisconsin Cavalry.
F. Cowan, late sergeant Company G, Twelfth
Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers.
Statutes of the United States.
doned property in the Treasury of the United
of fresh water on the desert west of Fort
lands of the United States.
& site and erection of a building for a post-office
Sacramento, State of California.
ant treasurer of the United States at San Fran.
bered sections of land within the twenty-mile
five cents per acre.
and complete the Northern Pacific Railroad.
proved June 22, 1874, entitled "An act for the
relief of settlers on railroad-lands."
assistant surgeon United States Army.
48 of the Revised Statutes of the United States,
purpose of continuing the construction of
bia River, in the State of Oregon.
Statutes of 1873.
accordance with treaty stipulations.
Indians the amount awarded to them under the
provisions of the treaty of July 4, 1866.
(of Kad ap), second lieutenant Ninth Cavalry.
tary service (June 15, 1866, to August 6,1873).
vate Company E, Fifty-seventh Regiment
1176 A bill for the relief of Mrs. 0. F. Short, of Kan.
York Indian lands in Kansas.
Inissioner, and the settlement of the claims of
certain citizens of Kansas named therein.
to provide a temporary government theretor,
Statutes of the United Stater, and to ratify
for other purposes.
bonds of the State of California,
provement of Snake River, in Washington Ter-
entry of coal-lands.
the claims of Dakota volunteer forces, as ex.
officers for approval and payment.
the Territory of Dakota by general corpora-
land or water.
avt Eleventh Infantry, United States Army.
person inay have sold or assigned a "claim"
2261 of the Revised Statutes.
d'Alêne Indians, and making appropriations
for their use and benefit.
stations on Indian reservations.
surveyed public lands in the Territory of
Territory of Idaho.
Wind River Valley, Wyoming Territory.
from Green River City, Wyoming Territory,
Ellis, in Montana.
chase of a law.library for the use of the courts
rights of parties to lands and mining-claims
Bills of the House of Representatives--Continued.
1203 A bill for the relief of John Kelly, of Alleghany
County, in the State of Virginia.
ment building, to be used as a post-office,
burg, in the State of Virginia.
musician in the Fifteenth West Virginia Vol-
paymaster United States Army.
of John W. Gall, deceased, late of Company
Company M, Seventh Regiment of Illinois
ante bellum mail-contracts.
Washington, D. C., late United States consul
at Shanghai, China.
the improvement of Coosa River, between the
United States at Saint Louis, Missouri.
sion to Europe to report on forestry and tree.
planting in that country.
merchant marine, and to improve said service.
pay of the Navy and the pay of the Marine
Corps, and for other purposes.
master at West Point, Georgia.
ant judge advocate in the United States Army.
of Louisville, Kentucky.
A bill for the relief of Will R. Hervey.....
in the Seventh Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry.
public lands granted to aid in the construction
of railroads and lines of telegraph.
notes, redeemable in coin on demand, in pay.
to adjust the claim of John Whittaker against