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47 A bill for the relief of N. McLean, R. G.
Murphy, and C. E. Flandrau.
sioners to revise and codify the general
statute law of the United States.
revenue and the final disposition of
tion district of the city of New York.
unteer force for the better defence of
court for the investigation of claims
February 24, 1855.
of the United States to hear and deter-
into two judicial districts, and to pro-
174, 156, 167
cuit courts therein.
passage of armed and naval vessels
Michigan, and for other purposes.
and George Young, owners of the
schooner “ Elizabeth Mary.'
United States residing in the State of
them in defence of the United States.
ment for the Territory of Arizona.
state prisoners and others, and to
zances to secure the trial of the same.
promote the progress of the useful arts."
bankruptcy throughout the United
destruction of property belonging to
464 476, 498... 498
141, 150... 161
414 447,466... 476
199 213, 225... 233
485 538,557... 585
409 a bill to provide for the payment of ex-
penses incurred by the marshals of
widow of John Dickson, deceased.
andria and Washington Railroad Com-
pany, and for other purposes.
of expenses incurred in the suppres-
Utah, in the year 1860.
crew of the ship Nightingale.
ment for the Territory of Lapniwa.
Brooke, the chief clerk of the pay-
523 A bill to promote the efficiency of the
corps of examiners and of the com-
and Ohio Canal Company.
pensation of collectors of the customs
of the United States revenue cutter
tenant Joseph Wheaton, deceased.
annual report upou the banks of the
by William H. Peterson, on account of
of the Norfolk navy yard.
ment in the District of Columbia, and
595 A bill to protect and grant relief to the 55 93, 94
citizens of loyal States whose property
claims against the government of the
since the 1st day of September, 1861.
nance depot on the tide water of New
62 87 95
tion of that department.
63 571 596.
to provide internal revenue to support
and for other purposes.
soldiers honorably discharged from the
private soldiers of the army.
United States court-room in Louisville,
Kentucky, and for other purposes.
and A. T. Spencer.
Missouri, and to provide compensation
to loyal persons therein who own slaves.
94 157 168, 173.193
the mineral resources of the United
States and of the public domain.
611 A bill making appropriations for the sup- 74 74,83, 84.- 84 199 206, 207, 233
loyal citizens for property taken for
the use of the United States.
of Sioux Indians and for the disposi-
Indians, and for the sale of their reser-
vation in Minnesota for their benefit.
394 579 587,596... 616
and all other acts on that subject.
104 261 300, 302, 315
June 30, 1864.
121 202 206, 207, 400
ment of the acts respecting the judi-
proved February 28, 1839.
nesota for expenses incurred in the
since the 15th of August, 1862.
to facilitate communication between
to certain purchasers on to the Soscol
Ranch," in the State of California.
A bill to facilitate the settlement of land 110 382
States, which are or may hereafter