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lost in military service to be paid for, if
claims for, are presented before July,
1876, although the horses were bought
in insurrectionary States, &c ....... 84, 85
Marine, dues to be paid by masters, &c.,
"seaman," as word is used in relation to,
whom to include..
patients from, may be admitted to Gov-
ernment Hospital for Insane....... 191, 559
sick, &c., seamen of foreign and other
vessels not paying dues, how admit-
supervising surgeon of, how appointed..
duties of, under acts to prevent intro-
duction of contagious diseases.....314, 487
insane, patients from marine service, how
in contested-election cases Clerk to open
depositions before meeting of Con-
Secretary of Interior to designate lots for
in Uncompahgre Valley and four miles
square of land set apart for the peo-
HOURS OF LABOR,
opening of proposals and awarding con-
time for taking testimony in, limited.
members whose seats are contested not to be
omitted from pay-roll..
witnesses before committees of, when re-
insane convicts, how may be transferred to.
District of Columbia to pay half expense
of indigent insane committed there-
to be collected of masters, &c., of registered,
enrolled, and licensed vessels of 40
eight cloak-room men to be employed for, as
cents for each of average number of
may be deducted from wages..
vessels subject to, to keep seamen's time
Architect of Capitol to have control of
machinery, employés, &c., for heat-
ing and lighting, &c., subject to
.243, 378, 601
allowance to contestants, &c., for seats in,
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY,
provisions to ascertain the possessory rights
of, and claims of British subjects, on
lands confirmed to the United States
by award of Emperor of Germany...
powers and duties of commissioners..
land, including certain springs, reserved
and put in charge of superintendent.
tax on water from springs..
lands may be entered and patented..
rights of occupants to enter lands, &c..
river may be used by Indians..
removal of Apaches in thirty days, and is-
sue of rations only at New Mex-
settlers on Absentee Shawnee lands in Kan-
sas may purchase same
strip of land of Cherokees in Kansas to be
sold, and proceeds placed in Treasury
to credit of Cherokee Nation
further time allowed for making payment
for Cherokee lands.
settlers on Miami Indian lands, and New
York Indian lands in Kansas may
make payment by installments...
sale of Otoe and Missouria reservation
in Kansas and Nebraska provided
.252, 469, 600
settlers on Osage Indian trust lands to have
further time to make payment.....116, 528
act to carry into effect treaty with Great
and Little Osage Indians
statement and settlement of account of
Osage Indian lands sold by United
Osage trust lands in Kansas to be sold.236, 528, 614
unoccupied lands, &c., of Ottawas and
Chippewas in Michigan to be pat-
ented, subject to entry for homesteads,
unoccupied, &c., lands of Ottawas and
Chippewas to be patented in part
and remainder sold..
reservation for Pawnees in Nebraska to be
copies of revision of treaties, printed, &c.,
to be deposited with Secretary of
trust funds of, to be in custody of Treasurer
of United States....
interest on, to be collected by him and
paid to Secretary of Interior...
purchases and sales to be made by Treas-
nor until arrangements are made for their
their leases to railroads ratified..
rents due, how recovered and applied...
jurisdiction of courts for recovery of rent
and real estate in the villages of....
laws of New York as to laying out high-
ways, &c., to be in force in villages.
act does not authorize taxation of In-
land in White Earth reservation in Min-
nesota to be granted for missionary
and school purposes with consent of