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Pago.
KANSAS-Continued.
Fort Harker military reservation in, to be
Bold

551
provision for settlers, salo, &o.....

551
mllitary prison at Fort Leavenworth.. .24, 460
KENTUCKY,
terms of circuit and district courts in,
where to be held..

499
not limited in number of days..

499
monthly term of district court for criminal

business to be held as heretoforo.... 499
life-saving station at Louisville...... 600
KIDNAPING,
knowingly bringing persons into the coun-

try with intent to hold to involun-
tary servitude; how punished...... 103

L.
LAKES,
life-saving stations on lakes of Ontario,

Erio, Huron, Michigan, Superior .... 02
superintendents and keepers of stations.. 62
Light-House Board may lease pier at

Portage Lake Ship Canal on Lako

Superior for pier head-light
goods carried in British vessels on the great

lakes from one port to another

through Canada, not to pay duty.20, 619, 620
Secretary of Treasury to make regulation as

to coasting trade on Lake Michigan.. *273
bayou and Car Lake in Iowa granted to
Council Bluffs ...

...543, 591
LAND DISTRICTS,
in Colorado, Del Norte district established. 57
register and receiver...

57
in Dakota, Bismark district established.. 16

register and receiver to be appointed... 16

Grand Forks district established...... 506
in Idaho, Oneida district, its boundary,
office, &c.....

408
office register and receiver, &c

408
in Kansas, western and Arkansas Valley
districts established..

56
registers and receivers for

56, 57
southwestern district established

612
register and receiver .

613
northern district established

526
register and receiver for..

526
office of surveyor-general of, abolished... 235
in Montana, Bozeman district established. 58
register and receiver...

58
Yellowstone district established....

523
register and receiver for...

523
in New Mexioo, La Mesilla district estab-

lished...
land office to be located as President may
direct....

6
register and receiver for, to be appointed. 6
in Oregon, Dallas district established. ... 122

land ottice may be changed by President. 122
rogister and receiver...

122
sales, &c., in old district confirmed 122
in Utah, Beaver district established.. 205
office to be located by President

205
register and receiver for....

205
in Washington Territory, Whitman dis-
trict established..

251
with office at Colfax until changed by
President....

251
register and receiver for......

251
lands in, subject to sale..

251
Yakima district established.

561
register and receiver for....

561
untinished business to be transferred to. 561
in Wyoming, Evanston district established 235
register and receiver for ..

236
office of, may be removed.

236

Pago.
LAND OFFICERS (See Land Districts),

surveyor-general of Kansas abolished.. 235
offices at Chillicothe, Ohio, Indianapolis,
Ind., and Springfield, Ili., abolished.

235
recorder of land titles for Missouri abol-
ished....

28, 235
records, &c., of, to be transferred to State. 28
powers of, transferred to Commissioner of

General Land Office... .note.. 28
LANDS (Public),
cession to United States of part of Sho-

shone and Bannock Indian reserva-
tion in Wyoming Territory

120
in States where there are no land offices,

entries may be made at General Land
Office....

380
occupants of, under color of title, adjudged

invalid, to havo remedies in Federal
courts for improvements according to
State laws, &c....

25
claimants to lands in Rancho Las Cruces,

California, may have claims adjusted
in district court....

372
proceedings, &c....

372
right of appeal to Supreme Court.... 372
issue of patents....

372
cutting or injuring trees on; how pun-
ished

.....186, 329
breaking fences, driving cattle on, &c.;
how punished...

186
timber, &c., may be cut from mineral lands

for building, agricultural, and do-
mestic purposes

327
registers and receivers to ascertain and no-

tify Commissioner when timber is cut
for unauthorized purposes..

327
penalties for violation of above provis-
ions

327
suits and prosecutions not to be main.

tained for trespasses, &c., committed
before March 1, 1879, on lands en-
tered and paid for, &c....

558
collections for depredations on, to be cov-
ered into Treasury:

316
timber cut on, exported from Territories,
liable to seizure....

316
persons who have entered lands for home-

stead under pre-existing laws, or their
assigns, may have patent on paying
price....

558
certain alternate sections of railroad-grant
land reduced in price...

558
private claims in Florida, Louisiana, and

Missouri, when recognized by Su-
preme Court; certificates for, how
issued

401
certificate may be subdivided.

402
and are assignable

402
receivable for pre-emption and home-
stead claims

402
provisions applicable to indemnity certiti-
cates under act of 1858..

402
in States where there is no land office, where
and how entries to be made....

287
money received for early entries to be cov-
ered into Treasury ....

287
right of way through, granted to railroads,

and provisions concerning samo..... 187
citizens may reclaim and purchase desert
lands

289
provisions concerning

289
act to apply only to certain States.. 290
claims on account of settlements on, in

Oregon and in Washington Territory,
includel in certain military reser-
vations made valid and patents to
issue

283

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235

Page.
LANDS (Public)-Continued.
applications for patents for mineral veins,

lodes, &c., may be made by agent

when claimant resides out of district. 506
on unpatented claims, year's work required

by law to cominenco January 1 after
location

507
limit of time for expenditure on mining

claims located prior to May 10, 1872,
extended to January 1, 1875

28
deposits made for surveys to go in part pay-

ment of lands, or certificates may be
assigned, &c...

[206], 450
proceeds of sale of lands in Bitter Root
Valley, Montana; how disposed of ..

66
cost of surveys of private land claims to be

kopt and to be paid by parties before
patent issues...

235
of lands granted to railroads to be paid

by companies ..
in case of loss or destruction of agricultural

college scrip, new certificates may be
issued

48
sottlers on, whose crops have been injured

by grasshoppers in certain years, al-
lowed extension of privileges.. .42, 212,

213, 299, 326,368
in any years

.211, 501
British subjects in occupancy of lands con-

firmed to United States by award of
Emperor of Germany, list of, to be
made by commissioners, &c....

64
compensation of commissioners.

05
British subjects whose claims are ap-
proved may purchase lands....

65
entries in such case; how made.

65
rights forfeited unless entry and payment

made within year after date of ap-
proval....

05
regulations to carry into effect above pro-

visions to be made by Secretary of
Interior...

65
held by United States under direct-tax

sales, when may be redeemed...... 105, 135
noney expended on tunnels for mining pur-

poses, to be deemed expended on
lode

135
settlers who have paid for lands in railroad

grants forfeited may locate on any
unoccupied lands, &c.....

197
entries on, within limits of land grant

prior to notice of withdrawal of
lands, &c., confirmed......

205
claims abandoned on account of decision

of Land Office may be renewed... 205
entered after expiration of land grant
deemed valid....

205
settlers on railroad lands restored to public

domain permitted to purchase within
limited time.

587
Winnebago Indians who have settled upon

homestead claims, provisions concern-
ing:

587
titles of, to lands inalienable, &c., and

free from tax for 20 years, and this
section to be inserted in their pat-
ents

589
desert lands in Lassen County, California,

may be reclaimed and purchased by
citizens...

192
withdrawn for Mississippi and Missouri

railroad restored to public domain.. 352
except certain lands in Iowa....

353
To be sold, &c.,
in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Ar-

kansas, and Florida, to be disposed
of as othor public lands aro

*219

Page.
LANDS (Public)-Continued.
in Santa Cruz Valley, Arizona, occupied by

citizens of United States of Mexican
birth to have release....

126
not occupied for twenty years to be sold. 127
timber lands in California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory.

328
provisions concerning

328
penalty for unlawfully cutting timber
on, &c......

329
in Florida, reserved for naval purposes to

be examined, and such as no longer
needed

468
provision for occupants who have made
improvements..

468
saline lands to be examined by registers
and receivers...

257
to be sold at public auction...

257
when may bo sold at private sale... 257
provisions not to apply to certain States. 258
patents to be only releases..

258
proclamation of sale of, where to be pub-
lished

258
in Missouri and Kansas subject to disposal

as agricultural lands without refor-
ence to deposits of minerals....

210
Indian lands and reservations (See In-

dian Lands and Reservations),
certain tract of, in Montana reserved for
Indian tribes....

13
Kansas Indian trust lands, settlers on, may

pay appraised value in installments. 110
purchasers of timber land, not to commit
waste, to give bonds, &c....

110
remainder of, subject to entry ...

110
persons failing to make payments to for-
feit lands, &c....

110
testimonv of settlers and purchasers may

be taken before notaries public...... 111
net proceeds of sale, how disposed of.... 111
bona fide settlers on, may make payment
for lands....

221
waste of tiniber not to be made till last
payment....

221
remainder of trust lands subject to entry

by actual settlers ....
provisions as to payment for.
new appraisement to be made...
testimony for settlers and purchasers, how
taken and forwarded.

222
net proceeds of sale of, how disposed

of.
provisions of act subject to assent of Kan-
sas Indians...

2:22
settlers on, may pay newly appraised
value.

511
payment; how mado..

511
those in possession who have not paid, to

make entry before July 1, 1881, to
pay by installments and give bond in
case of timber lands.....

512
lands not in possession may be entered.. 512
those who have entered under law of 1874

may pay newly appraised value.... 512
failing to make entries to forfeit rights,
and lands to be sold ...

512
actual settlement on contiguous land
sufficient

512
purchasers of, and settlers on certain Indiau

lands in Kansas, may make payment
in installments

111
settlers on Absentee Shawnee lands in
Kansas may purchase same..

. 122,599
Cherokeo strip of, in Kansas to be sold. 283
proceeds, how disposed of..

283
time for making proof of settlement, &c.,
on, extended..

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LANDS (Public)—Continued.
money received from sale of, in township 51

north of range 31 west to be expended
for purpose of education of Chippewa
Indians.

65
Osage lands in Kansas may be purchased
by bona fide settlers..

236
purchasers of, from certain railroads
entitled to land, &c..

236
rights of heirs...

237
terms of purchase...

237
laws relating to town sites applicable to,
except.

237
prior lawful entries reinstated

237
declaratory statements, when and where
filed

237
right of Kansas to tax...

237
railways to have right to purchase certain
lands

238
to be sold..

614
settlers, &c., allowed further time to
make payments

116, 528
remaining lands to be sold..

528, 614
act to carry into effect treaty concerning. 570
of Otoe and Missouria Indian reservation

in Kansas and Nebraska to be sur-
veyed and sold...

.252, 469, 000
of Sac and Fox Indian reservation in Kan-
sas and Nebraska to be sold....

252
unoccupied, &c., lands of Ottawa and Chip-

pewa Indians to be patented in part
to Indians

195, 212
remainder temporarily subject to home-
stead laws

195, 212
certain Indians may enter 80 acres of land
in Michigan..

195
settlers on Ottawa and Chippewa lands in

Michigan may enter homesteads of
90 acres..

196
Pawnee reservation in Nebraska to be sold. 202
penalty for committing waste by pur-
chasers ...

202
patents, when to issue...

202
improvements to be sold separately. 203
application of proceeds of sale..

203
new reservation, &c., for Pawnees.

203
leases of, by Seneca Nation of New York

Indians to railroads ratified, and
provisions made as to....

143, 144
villages, lease, &c..

.. 143, 144
government lands in Vincennes, Ind., to bo
sold

609
provisions respecting.

610
Indian reservation in Utah restored to
sale

366
Forts and military reservations-
Forts Abercrombie, Seward, and Ransom,

in Dakota, abandoned and land to be
surveyed, &c

544
Fort Dalles reservation in Oregon to be
sold

300
subdivision into tracts

300
appraisement and sale of improve-
ments ..

300
lands between certain boundaries to be

disposed of under provisions of Re-
vised Statutes....

301
controversies to be decided by Commis-
sioner of General Land Office.

301
Fort Dodge reservation in Kansas in part
offered to homestead settlers

585
part may be purchased by railroad
company

585
fees of registers and receivers for final

land certificates in donation cases 585
Fort Harker reservation in Kansas to be
sold .....

551

Page.
LANDS (Public)-Continued.
Forts and military reservations-Con-

tinued.
Fort Harker reservation in Kansas, provis-
ions for settlers and for sale of land...

551
Fort Kearney reservation in Nebraska to

be sold to actual settlers under home-
stead laws

230
and in certain cases under pre-emption
laws....

230
heirs of deceased settlers may complete
entry.

331
part of Fort Randall reservation trans-

ferred to Secretary of Interior...
certain settlers on, to have patents.. 24

to be paid for improvements...
Forts Reading and Crook reservations

restored to public domain, saving
rights, &c., to settlers.....

592
patents confirmed...

592
Fort Reynolds reservation in Colorado
to be offered for sale...

42
Fort Ripley reservation in Minnesota

turned over to Secretary of Interior,
except strips granted to railroad
company.

512
subject to entry

513
rights of present occupiers to date from
settlement

513
persons who have paid minimum prico
to have patents....

513
tracts having government buildings

thereon to be appraised and sold not
below appraisal....

513
Fort Ridgley reservation to be open to

homestead and timber-culture entry. 610
part of Fort Saunders reservation in Wyo-
ming Territory to be sold...

31
lands of Fort Wayne reservation in Ar-
kansas made subject to entry, &c...

402
part of Fort Yuma reservation in Arizona
to be patented to town of Yuma

125
at Forts Yuma and Whipple and Camp

Date to be turned over to Secretary
of Interior and sold

91
Grants, &c., to States, towns, and rail-

ways, &c.,
certain land in island of Saginaw River

relinquished to riparian proprietors 89
grant to Dakota, Montana, Arizona, Idaho,

and Wyoming for university purposes 593
indemnity school lands confirmed to Cali-
fornia

284
innocent purchasers of lands certified for
school purposes confirmed

284
confirmation not to extend to claims of
actual settlers..,

284
not to apply to mineral lands...

284
grant to Dakota for an insane asylum.... 569
in Pilatka military reservation confirmed to

homestead settlers and locators of
land warrants.

543
Florida to select other landsin lieu of same 543
lake or bayou granted to Council Bluffs,
Iowa, upon conditions...

543
Carr Lake, Iowa, granted to city of Council
Bluffs for public purposes

591
certain government lands in Burlington,

Iowa, vested in school district for
school purposes .

612
grant to Kansas for a certain railroad, for.

- feited and made subject to entry
under homestead laws...

232
selected by Kansas for school purposes;
· title of State confirmed

584
reversionary interest in certain lands in

Michigan released to State..... 481

Page.
LANDS (Public-Continued.
Grants, &c., to States, towns, and rail.

ways, &c.—Continued.
grant to Minnesota in lieu of former grants. 450
to be selected within three years...

450
in Whito Earth Indian reservation in Min-

pesota granted for missionary and
school purposes

15
swamp and overflowed, in Missouri granted
to State..

298
grant to Holt County, Missouri, for school
purposes

5
rights of settlers preserved

5
cost of surveying

5
in Laramie County, Wyoming; reserved for

citizens of Choyenne for reservoir... 11
school lands for certain fractional town-

ships in Missouri; how selected,
&c

91
lands granted to Novada in lieu of sixteenth
and thirty-sixth sections

566
act of Nevada accepting same

566
how to be disposed of

566
title to block fourteen, Baker City, Oreg.,
confirmed to Baker County..

541
grant to Washington Territory for insano
asylum

14
unclaimed swamp, in Sheboygan County,

Wisconsin, released to adjoining
owners on paymont, &c....

120
grant to Placervillo and Sacramento Val-

loy Railroad Company, forfeited and

to be sold as public lands........ 14
for construction of wagon roads in Ore-

gon; patents to issue when roads
completed, &c......

41
to Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad

forfeited, to be sold as public lands.. 37
railroad companies relinquishing lands in

their grants entered for pre-emption

or homestead, may select other lands. 86
grants to, not thereby enlarged...... 86
.title of settlers in such cases may be per-
fected.....

86
act of 1871 ceding to Ohio certain lands in

Virginia military district defined.... 526
grant of right of way Oregon Central Pa-
cific Railway

127
Homestead, pre-emption and timber-

culture,
suspended entries to be decided by Sec-
rotary of tho Interior, &c....

* 269
certain Indians may have benefit of homo-
stead laws..

. 167, 588
sottlers changing entries from pre-emption
to homestead, when may perfect ti-

. 299, 325, 348
settlers whose lands were injured by grass-

hoppers in certain years granted fur-

ther time, &c ......42, 121, 212, 299, 326, 368
in any year

.211, 501
when bomestead or pre-emption claimants

becomo insane, how their claims may
bo perfected :

538
notice to bo filed of intention to make final

proof for pro-emption and homestead
ontries..

470
to be published

470
other provisions concerning....

470
notice of contests under homestead and

pre-emption and timber-culture laws,
how published......

330
proof of residence, occupation, &c., oaths

of persons making entries of home-

steads, before whom may be taken.. 299
to be transmitted to register, &c

299
punishment for false swearing

299

Page
LANDS (Public)-Continued.
Homestead, pre-emption, and timber

culture-Continued.
pre-emptors on, in Minnesota, allowed fur.

ther time in which to make proof and
payment.....

26
homestead entries on, within railway grants

&c., to extend to 160 acres to each set-
tler...

469
pre-emptors of certain lands in Minnesota

and Dakota to have until October,

1880, to make proof and payment... 491
time for sale and payment of pre-empted

lands in Bitterroot Valley, Montana,
extended......

5
benefits of homestead laws oxtended to
said lands.....

5
certain entries not mado in strict conform-

ity to bomestead laws legalized..... 84
purchasers in Missouri, as swamp lands, to

have priority to pre-empt or for
homestead, if not in fact swamp
lands

147
odd sections of land granted in aid of Mis-

souri and Arkansas open to home-
stead settlers to extent of 160 acres
each .....

499
homestead settlers allowed additional time,

for climatic reasons, to commence set-
tlement.....

615
when pre-emption, homestead, or timber.

culture claimant files relinquishment

of claims, land open for entry....... 525
in case of cancellation of entry contestant
to be notified......

526
settlers on public lands allowed timo to file
homestead application.....

526
for town sites, quantity of land excluded
from pre-emption

294
certain entries confirmed

294
proceedings to be had where site ex-
ceeds maximum.....

295
copies of acts incorporating towns to be

furnished by secretaries of Territo-
ries...

295
sites with less than maximum may mako
additional entries.

293
persons who have paid foes, &c., for certain

entries of sailors' and soldiers' home-
steads which bavo proved void to
have money refunded.

565
when any entries on public lands are can-

celed or not confirmed fees and pur-

chase money to be refunded.... 565
refund of excess where parties have paid

double price for what were errone-
ously supposed to be alternate rail-
road sections..

565
appropriation and warrants..

5565, 566
Act to encourage cultivation of timber.[8]: 348
planting seeds, nuts, or cuttings deemed

compliance with law in certain

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trees, &c., may be planted in separato

bodies ..
persons planting and protecting timber

eight years, &c., on, entitled to

patent....
but only a quarter section, and only one

entry by same person..
entries, how made
payments...
required to break and plant certain num-

ber of acres
may bavo further time when cuttings are

349
349
349

349

destroyed....
patents not to issue until eight years....

349
349

Page.

Page.
LANDS (Public)-Continued.

LIBRARIES,
Act to encourage cultivation of timber-

restrictions as to binding at Government
Continued.

Printing Offico for departments . 381
in case of death of parties, proceedings

not to apply to Patent Office, Department
for benefit of heirs, &c...

349

of Stato, and Surgeon-General's-
failing to cultivate and protect, or to

Office...

.397, 420
comply with act, renders land subject

in District of Columbia, stealing or injuring,
to entry under homestead laws, &o.. 350

&c., books, &c., in; how punished 370
lands not liable to debts previously con-

Library of Congress, 'three additional
tracted

350
assistant librarians ..

484
Commissioner of General Land Office to

regents of Smithsonian Institution to have
make rules.....

350
use of..

195
fees of registers and receivers..

350 fee for recording, &c., and for assign-
entries under former acts may be com-

ments or copies of copyrights...

40
pleted

350 what engravings, cuts, and prints may be
LAWS,

entered in, for copyright....

41
not to be published in nowspapers ...

. 44, *137

stealing or injuring books of; how pun-
bills, orders, resolutions, &c., votes of Con-

ished.

370
gress which become laws, to be re-

LICENSE,
ceived by Secretary of State... 121 of vesels on western, northern, &c., waters;
of Now York as to highways, &c., extended

how may be issued or renewed in dis-
to certain Indian villages.

144
tricts where not owned

14
Statutes at Large, contract with Little &

canal boats and boats on inland waters and
Brown for publication of, terminated. 50

canals of States exempt from ..

15
of each session of Congress to be edited,

Pessels not propelled by sail or internal mo-
printed, &c...

51

tive power not required to pay feo
pamphlet copies of acts and resolves of

for...

498
each session to be distributed..... 51 certain barges, flatboats, &c., not required
bound copies of, to be distributed at closo

to have

498
of each Congress.

51 LIFE-SAVING SERVICE,
printed copies of pamphlet and bound

act of 1874, providing for the establishment
edition to be evidence..

52
of ..

61
copies of, to be sold at cost of paper,

of 1878, organizing the...

363
press-work, and binding, with 10 per

goneral superintendent of, his appointment,
cent. added

52
salary, &c

365
to be stereotyped and offered for sale 165 assistant to

365
to be kept on sale by arrangements with

his duties....

365
booksellers.
165 to make annual report

234, 365
printing and binding same, and index... 165 stations established at numerous points
Revised Statutes,

specified ...

.61, 363
first edition; publication of.
51 at Louisville, Ky..

600
to be evidence

at what seasons to be kept open

365
acts to correct errors of.

*136 *264 superintendents on the coasts and keepers
second edition; provisions for publica-

of stations, appointment, powers, and
tion, distribution, and sale of..285, 387,481

duties.

364
how far evidence..
285, 308 compensation

62
Supplement to; provisions for publica-

assistant superintendents for coast of Long
tion and sale of .

582
Island

62
to bo prima facie evidence..
583 crews of surfmen for

62
LEAKAGE,

volunteer crows may be accepted, paid, and
of spirits withdrawn from distillery ware-

given medals in certain cases..

62
house; taxes on, may be remitted... 505

medals of honor may be given by Secre-
allowanco for ..

533
tary of Treasury

....62, 63,366
LEGAL TENDER,

regulations of service to bo made by Secro-
notes, limit of issue of ..............59, [123], 326

tary of Treasury

63
to be paid in coin on and after July 1, 1879. 124 disposal of condemned articles belonging to. 63
received in exchange for silver coin, for

owners, agents, and masters of vessels to
redomption of fractional currency... 254

report accidents to collectors of cus-
to be issued.....

493
toms...

63
trade dollar not to be................

254 to report to collectors probable loss of
silver dollar to be

306, 307
vessels....

63
silver coin of less than $1 to be, to extent of$10 488 collectors to transmit to Secretary of Treas-
LETTER CARRIERS,

ury reports received, and to re
in what places to be employed....... 95,414

neglects, refusal, &c

63
in cities, divided into classes, salaries of... 415 ponalties; how may bo mitigated, and how
third grade of, or auxiliaries, and their sal-

prosecuted for....

64
aries...

415 proceeds of sale of old material; how to bo
number of first class, appointment and pro-

used ...

364
inotion of....

415 keepers to have charge of property saved.. 364
LETTERS ROGATORY,

to reside near stations...

305
from foreign courts, witnesses may be com-

revenue-marine officers may be detailed as
pellel to appear and testify... * 266

inspectors of stations...

365
LOTTERIES,

investigation of shipwrecks with loss of life. 365
circulars concerning, not mailablo ........ *230 compensation of members of volunteer
LIEUTENANT-GENERAL (Army).

crews of life-boat stations ....

366
to have $100 a month for commutation of

pay of voluntcors for saving, &c., property. 366
quarters
. [363], 596 drill, &c., of enrolled crews

366

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