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been made to aid in the construction of railroads, 8c.—Continued.

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* 12,346.24 acres in Fort Ripley reservation relinquished August 10, 1881,

leaving 109, 116.07 acres chargeable to road.

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f No evidence of construction on file. Believed to be constructed from Girard to Troy, 84 miles.

g Road beyond Jacksonville not built on located line for 23.42 miles. Act May 23, 1872, confirms all the lands certified for the company up to that date.

h No map of location filed.

i No evidence of the construction of any portion of the road on tile. Believed to be constructed a distance of 150 miles.

j Believed to be constructed. No evidence of construction on file.

k No map of definite location filed.

I Act July 28, 1866, increases grant to 10 sections per mile. Act of April 10, 1869, extends time for completion of first 20 miles of road. Act of March 8, 1870, repeals the proviso of the act of April 10, 1869.

in Road never definitely located.

n Road constructed by a different line from that of definite location, and 74 miles thereof never accepted.

No evidence of construction on fide. Road believed to be constructed. The act of March 3, 1879, released to the State the reversionary interest of the United States in the lands certified.

p Believed to be completed. The act of March 3, 1879, released to the State the reversionary interest of the United States in the lands certified.

Act of March 3,

q Act of March 2, 1867, extends the time for completion of first 20 miles of road. 1871, authorizes change of northern terminus of road.

r Joint resolution of June 18, 1864, explains the act of that date extending time for completion of road. The act of March 3, 1865, increases grant to ten sections per mile. Act of April 20, 1871, author. izes a relocation of a portion of the road.

& The lands certified were afterwards relinquished to the United States.

t The act of May 12, 1864, required th completion of the road within fifteen years from date of ac. ceptance. Company accepted grant September 20, 1866.

u Act of May 5, 1864, increases grant to ten sections per mile from Tomah to Saint Croix Lake. The act of March 3, 1873, authorizes the company to select indemnity for certain lands lost.

v Act of May 5, 1864, increases grant to ten sections per mile.

w June 21, 1866, resolution explanatory of the act of May 5, 1864. Act of March 3, 1875, authorizes the company to straighten their road.

# Act of March 3, 1857, authorizes branch via Saint Cloud and Crow Wing to Red River. Joint reso lution July 12, 1862, changes route of branch to Lake Superior. Act of March 3, 1865, extends time and increases grant. Act July 13, 1866, grants indemnity in certain cases. Act March 3, 1871, authorizes change of route. Act June 22, 1874, extends time for completion. Not operative.

y Act March 3, 1865, extends time and incrtases grant. Act July 13, 1866, grants indemnity in certain cases. Act March 3, 1871, authorizes extension of time from Crow Wing to Brainerd. Act June 22, 1874, extends time for completion of road. Not operative, 16.13 miles of road within Fort Ripley reservation, and company not entitled to lands.

2 The act of July 4, 1866, required the road to be completed within ten years from date of acceptance. Grant accepted February 25, 1867. Act July 13, 1866, provides for certification, &c.

aa The act of July 4, 1866, required the road to be completed within ten years from date of acceptance. Grant accepted March 7, 1867. Act of July 13, 1866, provides for certification, &c.

bb The act of July 13, 1866 (14 Stats , 93), authorizes deficiency to be made up of lands within 30 miles west of line of road, Act of July 13, 1866 (14 Stats., 97), provides for indemnity in certain cases. Not to diminish grant to this road.

A.-Statement showing States and corporations to which grants hare

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Northern Pacific Rail. July 2, '64 road Company.

May 7, '66

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13 365 Granting act. Required com

pletion of entire road by

July 4, 1876.
14 355 Resolution. Extended the

time for commencing and
completing the road two

years.
15 255 Resolution. Extended the

time for commencing work
on the road two years, and
required the completion of
the entire road by July 4,
1877.

Wisconsin, main line.. 15 346 Resolution. Consented to the

Minnesota, main line.. issue of bonds, &c.

Dakota, main line. 16 57 Resolution. Authorized the

Montana, main line extension of the branch line

Idaho, main line from Portland, Oreg., to Pu

Oregon, main line

Washington, main line get Sound. 16 378' Resolution. Authorized the

Washington, branch
issue of mortgage bonds ;
reversed the location of the
main line and branch in
Washington Territory, ex-
tended the indemnity limits,

&c.
16 305 Proviso. Required the com-

pany to pay the cost of sur.
veying, selecting, and con.
veying lands granted before

the issue of patents.
14 39 Granting act. *Required com) i

pletion of the entire road on

or before July 1, 1875.
15 80 Extended the time for com-

pleting the road to July 1,

1880.
16 47 Provided that the lands California

granted shall be sold to act.
ual settlers only, in quanti.
ties not greater than one-

1
quarter section to one pur.
chaser, and for a price not

exceeding $2.50 per acre.
14 239 Granting act. Required com-

pletion of the entire road on

or before July 1, 1875.
15 80 Extended the time for com-

pleting the road to July 1,

1880.
16 47 Amended granting act. Also,
provided that the lands

Oregon
granted shall be sold to act.
ual settlers only, in quanti-
ties not greater than one-
quarter section to one pur-
chager, and for a price not
exceeding $2.50 per acre.

California and Oregon July 25, '66

Railroad Company, now Oregon Branch of the Central Pacific June 25, '68 Railroad.

Apr. 10, '69

Oregon Central Rail. July 25, '66

road Company, now
Oregon and Califor.
nia Railroad Com June 25, '68
pany.

Apr. 10, '69

beon made to aid in the construction of railroa is, 80.-Continued.

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