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resulted in the confiscation of the homes of many of our best citizens, residing upon and Owning said lands, and - their eviction therefrom. WHEREAs, A bill is pending in congress for the relief of the settlers upon said lands, which bill has passed the senate of the United States, and is now pending in the house of representatives thereof. Therefore, Be it Resolved by the Senate and ::::::.. House of Representatives of the State of Ne-É"** braska: That the passage of said bill would be but an act of justice to those of our citizens who are interested therein. Resolved, That we earnestly urge upon congress and every member thereof, regardless of their political affiliation, their immediate attention and favorable action upon said bill. Resolved, That the secretary of state be requested to forward to each of our senators and representatives in congress, a copy of this memorial and joint resolution. Approved February 6th, A. D., 1885.
JOINT RESOLUTION relative to drawing of Nebraska's quota of arms and equipments from the government of the
WHEREAs, By act of congress the state of Preamble. Nebraska is entitled to receive from the government, arms and equipments for the use of
Arms and equipments.
portion thereof two hundred hospital tents for the use of the militia of this state be drawn by
the state militia, and there is now the sum of six thousand six hundred dollars to the Crei of this state on account of said act, therefol.
Be it resolved by the House of Representatio, the Senate concurring: That it is the Sense of this legislature, that in the drawing of Nebraska's quota of said arms and equipments, that as :
the governor, and that the governor may allow the use of such tents at encampments of Such militia, and at reunions of old soldiers in this
(Signed) ALLEN W. FIELD, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Attest:
(Signed) JAMES F. ZEDIKER,
(Signed) H. H. SHEDD, President of the Senate. Attest:
(Signed) SHERwooD BURR,
INDEX TO LAWS.
ACTS EXPRESSLY AMENDED AND REPEALED.