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Life-Saving Service. An act to organize the Life-Saving Service. June 18, 1878....
Indian Reservation in Utah. An act for the restoration to market of certain lands in the Territory of
Utah. June 18, 1878

Promotions in the Navy. An act relative to examination for promotions in the Navy. June 18, 1878. Pensions, Navy. An act to amend section forty-six hundred and ninety-five of the Revised Statutes of the United States. June 18, 1878.

Courts in Indiana. An act to provide for the holding of terms of the district and circuit courts of
the United States at Fort Wayne, Indiana., June 18, 1878 ...

District of Columbia. An act to provide for the revision and correction of assessments for special
improvements in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. June 19, 1878.........
Dry-Dock, Baltimore. An act granting a site for a dry-dock in the city of Baltimore upon certain con-
ditions. June 19, 1878.

Expenditures in Naral Service. An act to regulate expenditures in the Navy. June 19, 1878... General Account of Advances, Naval Appropriations. An act authorizing a general account of advances for naval appropriations. June 19, 1878................

South Pass Jetties. An act to amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for the repair,
preservation, and completion of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other pur-
poses," approved March third, anno Domini eighteen hundred and seventy-five. June 19, 1878.
Grasshoppers. An act for the relief of settlers on the public lands. June 19, 1878...
Courts in Nebraska. An act to provide for the holding of a term of the district and circuit courts of
the United States at Lincoln, Nebraska. June 19, 1878.
Auditor of Railroad Accounts. An act to create an Auditor of Railroad Accounts, and for other pur-
poses. June 19, 1878.

District of Columbia. An act to protect public libraries in the District of Columbia, and for other
purposes. June 19, 1878...

Tonnage-Dues. An act to amend section twenty-nine hundred and thirty-one of the Revised Statutes of the United States so as to allow repayment by the Secretary of the Treasury of the tonnage-tax where it has been exacted in contravention of treaty provisions. June 19, 1878. Chinese Indemnity Fund. An act supplementary to the act entitled "An act to carry into effect the

convention between the United States and China concluded on the eighth day of November, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, at Shanghai," approved March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, and to give the Court of Claims jurisdiction in certain cases. June 19, 1878 Rancho Las Cruces. An act to authorize the claimants to certain lands in Santa Barbara County, California, to submit their claim to the United States district court for that State for adjudication. June 19, 1878.....

District of Columbia. An act regulating exemptions in the District of Columbia. June 19, 1878...
Courts in North Carolina. An act to provide for the holding of terms of the district and circuit courts
of the United States at the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. June 19, 1878....
District of Columbia. An act to create a revenue in the District of Columbia by levying a tax upon

all dogs therein, to make such dogs personal property, and for other purposes. June 19, 1878..
Canadian Vessels. An act to aid vessels wrecked or disabled in the waters conterminous to the
United States and the Dominion of Canada. June 19, 1878
Elections in West Virginia and North Carolina. An act amending the laws with reference to elections
in certain States. June 19, 1878 ..

Courts in Michigan. An act to detach certain territory from the eastern judicial district of Michigan,
and to attach the same to the western judicial district of Michigan, and to provide for divis-
ions in said western district and for holding the district and circuit courts therein, and for
other purposes. June 19, 1878....

Head Money. An act to legalize the collection of head-moneys already paid. June 19, 1878..
Alleged Frauds Appropriation. An act to provide for the expenses of the Select Committee on Alleged
Frauds in the late Presidential Election. June 19, 1878....

Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the legislative,
executive, and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and for other purposes. June 19, 1878...
Robert C. Walker. An act for the relief of Robert C. Walker. June 19, 1878..
Horace E. Mullan. An act for the relief of Horace E. Mullan. June 19, 1878..

Civil Expense Appropriations. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the govern-
ment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and for
other purposes. June 20, 1878

Venezuela Mixed Commission. An act in relation to the Venezuelan Mixed Commission. June 20, 1878.
Naval Observatory. An act to appoint a commission to ascertain the cost of removing the Naval
Observatory. June 20, 1878....

Utah and Northern Railway. An act creating the Utah and Northern Railway Company a corpora-
tion in the Territories of Utah, Idaho, and Montana, and granting the right of way to said
company through the public lands. June 20, 1878
Soldiers' Union, West Virginia. An act granting condemned bronze cannon to the Soldiers' Union
of West Virginia. June 20, 1878..

Sale of Small-Arms. An act to authorize the sale of the small-arms now in use in the naval service,
and the conversion of the proceeds of such sale in the purchase of arms similar in caliber to
the arms now in use by the United States Army. June 20, 1878..
National Cemetery, Vicksburg. An act to construct a road to the national cemetery at Vicksburg, Mis-
sissippi. June 20, 1878

Customs Districts, Maine. An act to amend section twenty-five hundred and seventeen of the Revised
Statutes of the United States, making Gardiner and Richmond, in Maire, ports of entry. June
20, 1878....
Pension-Attorney's Fees. An act relating to claim agents and attorneys in pension cases. June 20,
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RESOLUTIONS.

Paris Exposition. Joint resolution in relation to the International Industrial Exposition to be held
in Paris in eighteen hundred and seventy-eight. December 15, 1877....
Reservoirs on Headwaters. Joint resolution relative to reservoirs to promote the navigation of the
Mississippi River. December 15, 1877

House Committee Clerks. Joint resolution fixing the date on which the payment of the twenty-one
clerks to committees of the House of Representatives, who are paid during the session only,
shall begin. December 15, 1877..

House Employés. Joint resolution authorizing payment of employés of the House of Representatives
their salaries for the time served by them during the present session of Congress, without lav-
ing taken the oath prescribed by law. December 15, 1877...
Smithsonian Institution. Joint resolution filling an existing vacancy in the Board of Regents of the
Smithsonian Institution. January 26, 1878.

Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson. Joint resolution accepting a painting tendered to Congress by Mrs. Eliza-
beth Thompson. February 1, 1878...

Henry M. Stanley. Joint resolution extending the thanks of Congress to Henry M. Stanley. Febru-
ary 7, 1878.

Edward Young Parsons. Joint resolution authorizing the printing and distribution of the memorial
addresses on the life and character of the late Edward Young Parsons, a Representative from
the State of Kentucky. February 18, 1878
Tax on Spirits. Joint resolution declaring that a reduction of the tax on distilled spirts is inex-
pedient. February 18, 1878..

Issue of Arms. Joint resolution providing for issuing arms and ammunition to the Territory of Idaho under the act approved July third, eighteen hundred and seventy-six. March 9, 1878. Washington Light Infantry of Charleston. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to issue certain arms to the Washington Light Infantry of Charleston, South Carolina. March 9, 1878. Smithsonian Institution. Joint resolution filling an existing vacancy in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. March 25, 1878...

Tax on Spirits. Joint resolution to prescribe the time for the payment of the tax on distilled spirits, and for other purposes. March 28, 1878.

Capitol Grounds. Joint resolution making an appropriation for filling up, draining, and placing in good sanitary condition the grounds south of the Capitol along the line of the old canal, and for other purposes. April 4, 1878....

Electoral Commission Records. Joint resolution providing for a place of deposit for the records and proceedings of the commission appointed under the act entitled "An act to provide for and regulate the counting of votes for President and Vice-President, and the decision of questions arising thereon, for the term commencing March fourth, anno Domini eighteen hundred and seventy-seven," approved January twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven. April 11, 1878

Jefferson Monument. Joint resolution for the erection of a monument over the grave of Thomas Jef-
ferson. May 3, 1878
Soldiers' and Sailors' Reunion, Marietta. Joint resolution granting the use of artill ry, tents, and so
forth, at the national soldiers' and sailors' reunion, to be held at Marietta, Ohio. May 4, 1878.
Revised Statutes. Joint resolution providing for the distribution and sale of the new edition of the
Revised Statutes of the United States. May 22, 1878.....
Cloak-Room Men. Joint resolution to pay the laborers known as cloak-room men, and to place them
on the Doorkeeper's roll. May 31, 1878.....

Soldiers' Reunion, Des Moines. Joint resolution granting the use of tents at the soldiers' reunion to be
held at Des Moines, Iowa. May 31, 1878

Issue of Arms. Joint resolution providing for issue of arms to Territories. June 7, 1878....
Camp Equipage, Texas. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to turn over to Governor
Hubbard, of Texas, such tents, poles, and pins as he may require for the use of the volunteers
of the State at their summer encampment. June 8, 1878...
Soldiers' Reunion, Centreville. Joint resolution granting the use of artillery, tents, and so forth, at
the soldiers' reunion, to be held at Centreville, Iowa. June 14, 1878..
Penny-Lunch, Washington. Joint resolution for the benefit of the penny lunch-house of the city of
Washington, District of Columbia. June 14, 1878..

Plate-Iron for Steam-Boilers. Joint resolution to allow the Secretary of the Navy to purchase plate-
iron and other material used in the construction of steam-boilers for the United States Navy.
June 14, 1878.

Washington Monument. Joint resolution to enable the joint commission to carry into effect the act of Congress providing for the completion of the Washington Monument. June 14, 1878.. Edward O'M. Condon. Joint resolution asking for investigation in the case of Edward O'M. Condon. June 15, 1878.

Condemned Cannon to Winterset, Iowa. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to deliver to the city of Winterset, Madison County, Iowa, four cannon and carriages for the soldiers' monument in said city. June 17, 1878...

Camp Equipage, North Carolina. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to turn over to the governor of North Carolina such tents, poles, and pins as he may require for the use of the militia and volunteer organizations of the State at their summer and fall encampment. June 17, 1878

Camp Equipage, Alabama. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to turn over to the governor of Alabama such tents, poles, and pius as he may require for the use of the volunteers of the State at their summer eucampment. June 18, 1878..

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Senate and House Employés. Joint resolution in relation to committee clerks and other employés of the Senate and House of Representatives. June 18, 1878

W. W. Wilshire. Joint resolution authorizing the payment to W. W. Wilshire his expenses in the contest of the third Congressional district of Arkansas, Forty-third Congress. June 19, 1878. Committee Clerks, House. Joint resolution authorizing the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay certain clerks out of the contingent fund of the House. June 19, 1878. Contested Election Appropriations. Joint resolution to pay certain contested election expenses. June 19, 1878... Camp Equipage, West Virginia. Joint resolution autho izing the Secretary of War to turn over to the governor of West Virginia such tents, poles, and pins as he may require for the use of the militia and volunteer organizations of the State at their summer and fall encampment. June 20, 1878.....

Correction of Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriations. Joint resolution to amend the act entitled "An act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventynine, and for other purposes." June 20, 1878

STATUTES III.-1878-79.

Inspector-General, Army. An act establishing the rank of the senior inspector-general. December 12, 1878

William Gibson. An act for the relief of William Gibson. December 12, 1878..
Public Buildings. An act to aid in the protection of the public buildings and property against loss
and damage by fire. December 13, 1878..

Hot Springs, Ark. An act to correct an error of enrollment in bill making appropriations for sundry
civil expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred
and seventy-nine, and for other purposes. December 16, 1878...
Condemned Cannon. An act authorizing the donation of twenty condemned bronze cannon to aid
in the erection of a monument to the memory of General George A. Custer at the Military
Academy at West Point. December 21, 1878..
Courts of West Virginia. An act changing the time of holding the terms of the United States cir-
cuit court for the district of West Virginia. December 21, 1878.

Deficiency Appropriation. An act to provide for a deficiency in the appropriation for transportation of mails by railroads for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred seventy-nine. December 21, 1878

Bonds of District of Columbia. An act to amend an act approved June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and to fix the rate of interest on bonds authorized by said act to be issued by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. December 21, 1878. Tennessee. An act to authorize the proper accounting officer of the Treasury to audit and pay the claim of the State of Tennessee for keeping United States military prisoners. January 13,

1879..

Military Academy Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. January 20, 1879

Courts in Missouri. An act to divide the western district of Missouri into two divisions, and to prescribe the times and places for holding courts therein, and for other purposes. January 21, 1879..

Smithsonian Institution. An act authorizing the chancellor of the Smithsonian Institution to ap-
point an acting secretary in certain cases. January 24, 1879
Oleomargarine. An act for the protection of dairymen, and to prevent deception in sales of butter
and cheese in the District of Columbia. January 25, 1879.

Arrears of Pensions. An act to provide that all pensions on account of death, or wounds received, or disease contracted, in the service of the United States during the late war of the rebellion, which have been granted, or which shall hereafter be granted, shall commence from the date of death or discharge from the service of the United States, for the payment of arrears of pensions, and other purposes. January 25, 1879..

Public Debt. An act to facilitate the refunding the national debt. January 25, 1879...
Missouri. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to examine the evidence of payments

made by the State of Missouri since April seventeenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to the
officers and privates of the militia forces of said State for military services actually per-
formed in the suppression of the rebellion in full concert and co-operation with the authori-
ties of the United States and subject to their orders, and to make report thereof to Congress.
January 27, 1879...

Pension Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty. January 27, 1879...

Binding. An act to amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventynine, and for other purposes," approved June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight. January 27, 1879..

Consular and Diplomatic Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic service of the government for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. January 27, 1879..

Land-Scrip. An act defining the manner in which certain land-scrip may be assigned and located or applied by actual settlers, and providing for the issue of patents in the name of the locator or his legal representatives. January 28, 1879...

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Deficiency Appropriations. An act making appropriations to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to
carry out the provisions of section two hundred and fifty-four of the Revised Statutes, and to
appropriate forty thousand dollars for the miscellaneous expenses of the House of Representa-
tives, and for other purposes. January 29, 1879.....

Army Cooks. An act to repeal section twelve hundred and thirty-three of the Revised Statutes re-
lating to company cooks in the Army. January 29, 1879...
Junius L. Powell. An act authorizing the appointment of Dr. Junius L. Powell an assistant surgeon
in the United States Army. January 29, 1879..........

Fort Wayne Reservation. An act subjecting the Fort Wayne military reservation in the State of Ar-
kansas to entry as other public lands in said State. January 30, 1879................
National Road. An act relating to the National Road in the State of Maryland, and to give consent
of the United States to a certain act of the general assembly of Maryland in relation to said
road. January 30, 1879.....

District of Columbia. An act to amend section nine hundred and ninety-three of the Revised Stat-
utes of the United States for the District of Columbia, so as to make the twenty-second day
of February a holiday within said District. January 31, 1879...................
Lost Records. An act to amend the Revised Statutes of the United States relating to the records
and files of district and circuit courts of the United States lost or destroyed. Jauuary 31,
1879....

Testimony in Private Claims. An act to provide for taking testimony, to be used before Congress, in cases of private claims against the United States. February 3, 1879..

Jesuit Fathers of New Mexico. An act to disapprove and annul an act of the legislative assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, passed on the eighteenth of January, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, by a two-thirds vote of both houses over the veto of the governor of said Territory. February 3, 1879 Embezzlement. An act to amend section five thousand four hundred and ninety-seven of the Revised Statutes relating to embezzlement by officers of the United States. February 3, 1879 Courts in Florida. An act to extend the jurisdiction of the district and circuit courts of the United States for the southern district of Florida. February 3, 1879...

Headstones. An act authorizing the Secretary of War to erect headstones over the graves of Union soldiers who have been interred in private, village, or city cemeteries. February 3, 1879.... Postmasters' Accounts. An act to amend section thirty-eight hundred and thirty-five of the Revised Statutes of the United States relating to deficiency in postmasters' accounts. February 4, 1879..

El Paso Military Post. An act making an appropriation for the purchase of a site and for the erec-
tion thereon of a military post at El Paso, Texas. February 4, 1879
Education of Pottawatomie Indians. An act for the relief of the Domestic and Indian Missions and
Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. February 4, 1879
Land-District in Idaho. An act to create an additional land-district in the Territory of Idaho. Feb-
ruary 4, 1879....

District of Columbia. An act declaratory of the law relating to descents and inheritance in the Dis-
trict of Columbia in certain cases. February 6, 1879
District of Columbia. An act relating to tax-sales and taxes in the District of Columbia. February
6, 1879

Windham National Bank. An act authorizing the Windham National Bank to change its location.
February 10, 1879.

Naval Service Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the naval service for the year ending
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. February 14, 1879....
Supt me Court of the United States. An act to relieve certain legal disabilities of women. February
15, 1879
Courts in Colorado. An act to provide for holding term of the circuit and district courts in the dis-
trict of Colorado. February 15, 1879
Volunteer Navy. An act to abolish the Volunteer Navy of the United States. February 15, 1879....
Indian Service Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses
of the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, for
the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. Feb-
ruary 17, 1879

Mexican War. An act for the payment to the officers and soldiers of the Mexican war of the three months' extra pay provided for by the act of July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and fortyeight. February 19, 1879..

Francis O. Wyse. An act for the relief of Francis O. Wyse. February 19, 1879
Letter-Carriers. An act to fix the pay of letter-carriers. February 21, 1879.

Arapahoe County, Colorado. An act donating to the board of education of school district number one, Arapahoe County, Colorado, block numbered one hundred and forty-three, in the east division of the city of Denver, Colorado, for common-school purposes. February 24, 1879..

Courts in Texas. An act to create the northern judicial district of the State of Texas, and to change the eastern and western judicial districts of said State, and to fix the time and places of holding courts in said districts. February 24, 1879.

District of Columbia. An act to create an additional associate justice of the supreme court of the District of Columbia, and for the better administration of justice in said District. February 25, 1879... Michael O'Brien, An act to authorize the restoration of Michael O'Brien to the rank of first lieutenant in the Army. February 25, 1879 .

Camp Chase Cemetery. An act directing the Secretary of War to purchase a lot of ground, situated near the city of Columbus, Ohio, now used by the United States as a cemetery. February 25,

1879..

Public Debt. An act to authorize the issue of certificates of deposit in aid of the refunding of the public debt. February 26, 1879..

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Naval Officers and Surveyors. An act to amend section twenty-three of the act approved June twenty-
second, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, entitled "An act to amend customs-revenue laws
and to repeal moieties." February 23, 1879
National Road. An act relating to the Cumberland road in the State of Ohio, and to authorize the
same to become a free road. February 25, 1~79..........

Steam-Engineering. An act to promote a knowledge of steam-engineering and iron-ship building
among the students of scientific schools or colleges in the United States. February 26, 1879..
Binding. An act to amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses
of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-
nine, and for other purposes," approved June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight.
February 26, 1879....

Polar Expedition. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to accept, for the purposes of a voy-
age of exploration by way of Behring's Straits, the ship Jeannette, tendered by James Gordon
Bennett for that purpose. February 27, 1879...
District of Columbia. An act to provide for the settlement of tax-lien certificates erroneously issued
by the late authorities of the District of Columbia. February 27, 1879.....
Port of New York. An act extending the limits of the port of New York. February 28, 1879.
Edwin R. Clarke. An act for the relief of Edwin R. Clarke. March 1, 1879...........
New Mexico Mounted Volunteers. An act for the relief of the officers and privates of the New Mexico
Mounted Volunteers. March 1, 1879

Colchester Monument Association. An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls to the Col-
chester Monument Association, of Colchester, Connecticut, for monumental purposes. March
1, 1879
Ledyard Monument Association. An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls to Ledyard
Monument Association, of Ledyard, Connecticut, for monumental purposes. March 1, 1879..
Grand Army of the Republic. An act donating a condemned cannon and cannon-balls to Post Number
One Hundred and Forty-five, Grand Army of the Republic, district of Massachusetts. March
1, 1879..

Bayard Post. An act donating condemned cannon to Bayard Post for purposes therein mentioned.
March 1, 1879..

Boston Monument. An act donating condemned cannon to the city of Boston for monumental pur-
poses. March 1, 1879
Montgomery Cemetery, Alabama. An act releasing title to a certain cemetery lot to the city of Mont-
gomery, Alabama. March 1, 1879
Lewis Leffman. An act to place Lewis Leffman, ordnance-sergeant United States Army, on the re-
tired list. March 1, 1879.

Fort Mackinac Reservation. An act to authorize the Secretary of War to convey to Jacob A. T. Wen-
dell, Henry Van Allen, and John R. Bailey, a part of the military reservation of Fort Macki-
nac. March 1, 1879
Soldiers in Civil Service. An act relating to soldiers while in the civil service of the United States.
March 1, 1879

Internal Revenue. An act to amend the laws relating to internal revenue. March 1, 1879
Settlers' Deposits. An act to amend section twenty-four hundred and three of the Revised Statutes of
the United States, in relation to deposits for surveys. March 3, 1879...
Land Grant to Minnesota. An act granting lands to the State of Minnesota in lieu of certain lands
heretofore granted to said State. March 3, 1879..
Holmead Cemetery. An act to protect Holmead Cemetery, in the District of Columbia. March 3,
1879

Trusses. An act to amend the act entitled "An act to provide for furnishing trusses to disabled
soldiers," approved May twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two. March 3, 1879
District of Columbia. An act to validate and confirm certain acknowledgments of deeds and other
instruments of writing under seal made in a foreign country for lands lying in the District of
Columbia, and the records thereof. March 3, 1879.

Philip W. Stanhope. An act for the relief of Philip W. Stanhope. March 3, 1879
Appellate Criminal Jurisdiction. An act to give circuit courts appellate jurisdiction in certain criminal
cases. March 3, 1879...

Courts in Kansas. An act to provide for the holding of terms of the district and circuit courts of the
United States at Fort Scott, Kansas. March 3, 1879

Memorial Addresses. An act providing for the engraving and printing of portraits to accompany
memorial addresses on the late Representatives Leonard, Quinn, Welch, Williams, Douglas,
Hartridge, and Schleicher. March 3, 1879..

Sutton Monument. An act donating four condemned cannon to the town of Sutton, in the State of
Massachusetts. March 3, 1879

Postal Service Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office De-
partment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other
purposes. March 3, 1879..

River and Harbor Appropriations. An act making appropriations for the construction, repair, preservation, and completion of certain works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. March 3, 1879....

Civil Expense Appropriations. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. March 3, 1879....

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Deficiency Appropriations. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and for prior years, and for those heretofore treated as permanent, and for other purposes. March 3, 1879. Post-Routes. An act to establish post-routes. March 3, 1879

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