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Page Centennial International Exhibition. An act relative to the Centennial Interrational Exhibition

to be held in the city of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, in the year eighteen hun-
dred and seventy-six. June 1, 1872, ch. 259.

203 Jail in the District of Columbia. An act in relation to the construction of a new jail for the District of Columbia. June 1, 1872, ch. 260.

211 Utah, Idaho, and Montana Railroad Company. An act granting [a] right of way to the Utah, Idaho, and Montana Railroad Company. June 1, 1872, ch. 261 . .

212 Reservation to Me-shin-go-me-sia. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to make par

tition of the reservation to Me-shin-go-me-sia, a Miami Indian, June 1, 1872, ch. 262. 213 Shoshone and Bannock Indians. An act to authorize the President of the United States to nego

tiate with the chiefs and head-men of the Shoshone and Bannock tribes of Indians for
the relinquishment of a portion of their reservation in Wyoming Territory. June 1,
1872, ch. 263.

214 Quartermaster's Department of the Army. An act to authorize the appointment of certain officers in the quartermaster's department. June 3, 1872, ch. 279

214 Ferry-Boats. An act relative to the entry and clearance of ferry-boats and of bonded cars

passing from one State to another through foreign contiguous territory. June 4, 1872,
ch. 280

214 Bridges across the Mississippi River. An act further regulating the construction of bridges across the Mississippi River. June 4, 1872, ch. 281 .

216 Western Judicial District of North Carolina. An act to establish a western judicial district of North Carolina. June 4, 1872, ch. 282 .

215 Ayricultural Colleges. An act amendatory of an act entitled "An act donating public lands to

the several States and territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agricul-
tural and mechanical arts,” passed July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and
acts amendatory thereto. June 4, 1872, ch. 283

217 Federal Courts in Georgia. An act to take away the circuit court jurisdiction of the district

court of the United States for the northern district of Georgia, to create a circuit court in
said district, and for other purposes. June 4, 1872, ch. 284

218 International Ocean Telegraph Company. An act supplementary to an act entitled “An act to

aid in the construction of telegraph lines, and to secure to the government the use of the same for postal, military, and other purposes," approved July twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. June 4, 1872, ch. 285

219 Army. An act to enable the President to appoint a paymaster-general of the army. June 4, 1872, ch. 286

219 Public Buildings and Grounds. An act relating to inventories and accounts of the property of the United States, in public buildings and grounds. June 4, 1872, ch. 287

220 Davenport and St. Paul Railroad Company. An act granting to the Davenport and St. Paul Railroad Company the right of way, June 4, 1872, ch. 288 .

220 Public Schools in Washington, D. C. An act directing the conveyance of certain lots of ground,

with the improvements thereon, for the use of the public schools of the city of Washington. June 4, 1872, ch. 289.

221 Public Schools in Washington, D. C. An act amending an act entitled “An act directing the

conveyance of a lot of ground for the use of the public schools of the city of Washington." June 4, 1872, ch. 290

221 Bridge across the Missouri River. An act authorizing the construction of a bridge across the

Missouri river, opposite to or within the corporate limits of Nebraska City, Nebraska.
June 4, 1872, ch. 291

222 Bridge across the Missouri River. An act authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river at Brownville, Nebraska. June 4, 1872, ch. 292

223 Great Southern Railway Company. An act granting the right of way through the public lands

for the construction of a railroad and telegraph in Florida. June 4, 1872, ch. 293. . 224 Bartholomew Cousin. An act to extend the provisions of an act entitled “ An act for the relief

of certain purchasers of lands from the legal representatives of Bartholomew Cousin,” approved February eighteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one. June 4, 1872, ch. 294

225 Brig Delphine. An act to authorize the issue of an American register to the brig Delphine. June 4, 1872, ch. 295 .

225 Marine Hospital, &c., at San Francisco. An act to provide for the sale of the marine hospital and grounds at San Francisco. June 4, 1872, ch. 296

225 Fort Walla-Walla Military Reservation. An act to correct an error in the act approved February twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one. June 5, 1872, ch. 305

226 Navy. An act in regard to the commencement of increased pay to promoted officers in the navy. June 5, 1873, ch. 306

226 Nary. An act to fix the pay of certain rear-admirals on the retired list of the navy. June 5, 1872, ch. 307

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Page Flathead, &c., Indians. An act to provide for the removal of the Flathead and other Indians

from the Bitter Root Valley, in the Territory of Montana. June 5, 1872, ch. 308 . . . 226 Lands of Quupaw Indians in Kansas. An act to carry into effect the fourth article of the treaty

of February twenty-three, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, with the Seneca, Shaw.
nee, Quapaw, and other Indians. June 5, 1872, ch. 309.

228 Osage Indian Reservation An act to confirm to the Great and Little Osage Indians a reservation in the Indian territory. June 5, 1872, ch. 310.

228 General Don Carlos Buell. An act to provide for the restoration of the records of the proceed.

ings of the court of inquiry concerning the operations of the army under the command

of General Don Carlos Buell, in Kentucky and Tennessee. June 5, 1872, ch. 311 George A. Stevens. . An act for the relief of George A. Stevens, of the United States navy, June 5, 1872, ch. 312 .

230 Pensions. An act making a transfer of a pension appropriation from one fund to another. June 5, 1872, ch. 313 .

230 Customs Duties and internal Revenue Tares. An act to reduce duties on imports and to reduce internal taxes, and for other purposes. June 6, 1872, ch. 315.

230 Army. An act making appropriations for the support of the army for the year ending June

thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, and for other purposes. June 6, 1872,

ch. 316 Army and Mary Officers. An act to continue the act to authorize the settlement of the accounts of officers of the army and navy. June 7, 1872, ch. 321

262 Shipping Commissioners. An act to authorize the appointment of shipping commissioners by

the several circuit courts of the United States, to superintend the shipping and discharge of seamen engaged in merchant ships belonging to the United States, and for the further protection of seamen. June 7, 1872, ch. 322.

.. 262 Jacksonville and St. Augustine Railroad Company. An act granting the right of way through the

public lands to the Jacksonville and Saint Augustine Railroad Company. June 7, 1872, ch. 323

280 Public Buildings at Little Rock, Arkansas. An act to provide for a building for the use of the

federal courts, post-ottice, internal revenue, and other civil offices, in the city of Little Rock, Arkansas. June 7, 1872, ch. 324

280 Lands in Dakota Territory. An act to quiet the title to certain lands in Dakota Territory. June 7, 1872, ch. 325

281 Public Buildings in Harrisburgh, Pa. An act relating to a site for public buildings in Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania, and Sacramento, California. June 7, 1872, ch. 320

281 First National Bank of Annapolis. An act authorizing the First National Bank of Annapolis to change its location and name. June 7, 1872, ch. 327 .

281 Consul at Santarem, Brazil. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to regulate the diplo

matic and consular systems of the United States," approved August eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-six. June 8, 1872, ch. 332

282 Challenges in the Federal Courts. An act to amend an act entitled “An act regulating pro

ceedings in criminal cases, and for other purposes," approved March third, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. June 8, 1872, ch. 333 .

282 Circuit Courts. An act to provide for holding a circuit court of the United States in and for the western district of Missouri. June 8, 1872, ch. 334 . .

282 Post-Office Department. An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to the Post-Oifice Department. June 8, 1872, ch. 335

283 Clerks of United States Courts. An act to authorize the appointment of deputies of clerks of circuit and district courts. June 8, 1872, ch. 336

330 Direct Tares. An act to provide for the redemption and sale of lands held by the United

States under the several acts levying direct taxes, and for other purposes. June 8, 1872,
ch. 337

330 Homesteads. An act to amend an act relating to soldiers' and sailors' homesteads. June 8, 1872, ch. 338

333 Bankruptcy. An act to amend an act entitled “ An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the Cnited States.” June 8, 1872, ch. 339

334 Bankruptcy. An act to declare the true intent and meaning of section two of an act entitled

* An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States,"

approved March two, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. June 8, 1872, ch. 340 . 334 kansas. An act concerning the circuit and district courts of the United States for the District of Kansas. June 8, 1872, ch. 311

334 Pensions. An act increasing the rates of pension to certain persons therein described. June 8, 1872, ch. 3+2.

335 Floridı. An act to create an additional land district in Florida. June 8, 1872, ch. 343 . 335 Territories. An act to provide for filling vacancies in certain offices in the several territories.

June 8, 1872, ch. 344

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Page Military Reservation at Fort Walla-Walla. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to pro

vide for the disposition of useless military reservations," approved February twenty. fourth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one. June 8, 1872, ch. 345

835 Banks. An act for the better security of bank reserves and to facilitate bank clearing-house exchanges. June 8, 1872, ch. 346

336 Compensation of certain Surveyors of Customs. An act to amend section five of an act entitled

“An act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of the government for the year eighteen hundred and forty-one,” approved March three, eighteen hundred and forty-one, and to authorize the proper construction thereof. June 8, 1872, ch. 347.

836 Proceeds of Sales of Old Materials. An act to amend the fifth section of an act entitled “An

act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the
government, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, and
for other purposes.”
." June 8, 1872, ch. 318

337 Homesteads. An act relative to homestead settlers burned out in the States of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. June 8, 1872, ch. 349 .

337 Nebraska. An act fixing the salaries of the United States Attorney and United States Marshal for the District of Nebraska. June 8, 1872, ch. 350

337 Nelson H. Davis. An act to authorize an appointment in the Inspector-General's department. June 8, 1872, ch. 351 .

338 Medical, &c., History of the War. An act for the completion and publication of the medical and surgical history of the rebellion. June 8, 1872, ch. 352.

338 Artificial limbs. An act to amend an act entitled "An act supplementary to an act to provide

for furnishing artificial limbs to disabled soldiers," approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy. June 8, 1872, ch. 353

338 Denver, Sc., Railway Co. An act granting the right of way through the public lands to the Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company. June 8, 1872, ch. 354 .

339 Brig Balear.” An act to grant an American register to the British brig “Balear.” June 8, 1872, ch. 355.

339 Ninth Census. An act to reimburse United States Marshals for moneys nece

cessarily expended by them in taking the ninth census in excess of the compensation allowed them under the law in force before the passage of this act. June 8, 1872, ch. 356.

339 Chippewa Lands. An act to perfect certain land titles therein described. June 8, 1872, ch. 357

340 Public Lands in Minnesota. An act in relation to settlers on certain Indian reservations in the State of Minnesota. June 8, 1872, ch. 358

340 Pensacola, c., R. R. Co. An act granting the right of way through the public lands to the

Pensacola and Louisville Railroad Company of Alabama. June 8, 1872, ch. 359 . . 340 Cannon, &c. An act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls to certain organizations for monumental purposes. June 8, 1871, ch. 360

341 Extra Surgeons, &c. An act for the relief of the State of Connecticut and other States. June 8, 1872, ch. 361 .

341 Philadelphia. An act authorizing the construction of a public building at Philadelphia, Penn

sylvania, for the use of the post-office and United States courts in said city. June 8,
1872, ch. 362 .

842 Orange, 8-c., R. R. Co. An act to authorize the Orange, Alexandria, and Manassas Railroad Com.

pany to run trains and transport freight and passengers within the District of Columbia. June 8, 1872, ch. 363 .

342 New Mexico, &-c., Railway. An act to authorize the building of the New Mexico and Gulf Rail. way, and for other purposes. June 8, 1872, ch. 364

343 Artesian weli, 8c. An act authorizing the retary of War to pend certain moneys for the

purpose of sinking an artesian well on the Fort D. A. Russell military reservation in Wyoming Territory. June 8, 1872, ch. 365 .

344 Kansus. An act to reimburse the State of Kansas for moneys expended for the United States in

enrolling, equipping, and provisioning militia forces to aid in suppressing the rebellion. June 8, 1872, ch. 366

344 New York, 8c., R. R. Co. An act authorizing the Secretary of War to release twenty-five acres

of the lands of the United States at Plattsburgh, New York, to the New York and Canada Railroad Company, and for other purposes. June 8, 1872, ch. 367 . .

345 National Cemeteries. An act to amend an act entitled “An act to establish and to protect national

cemeteries," approved February twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. June 8, 1872, ch. 368.

315 Kentucky. An act to reimburse the State of Kentucky for moneys expended for the United

States for enrolling, subsisting, clothing, supplying, arming, equipping, paying, and transporting militia forces to aid in suppressing the rebellion. June 8, 1872, ch. 369

816 Sarah S. Trapp. An act for the relief of Sarah S. Trapp, executrix of William Trapp, deceased. June 10, 1872, ch. 414.

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Civil Expenses Appropriation. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the

government, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventythree, and for other purposes. June 10, 1872, ch. 415

347 Rivers and Harbors. An act making appropriations for the repair, preservation, and comple

tion of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. June 10, 1872, ch. 416 ..

370 Fortifications. An act making appropriations for the construction, preservation, and repairs of certain fortifications, and other works of defence. June 10, 1872, ch. 417

376 John C. Beaumont. An act for the relief of John C. Beaumont. June 10, 1872, ch. 418

878 Army. An act relative to retired officers of the army. June 10, 1872, ch. 419

378 Courts of the United States. An act to prevent and punish the obstruction of the administration of justice in the courts of the United States. June 10, 1872, ch. 420

. . 378 Land Claims in Florida, 8c. An act to extend the provisions of an act entitled "An act for the

final adjustment of private land claims in the States of Florida, Louisiana, and Missouri, and for other purposes.” June 10, 1872, ch. 421

379 Mississippi River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River,

at or near the city of Red Wing, in the State of Minnesota, and to establish it as a postroad. June 10, 1872, ch. 422

379 Arsenals. An act to authorize the sale of certain public property. June 10, 1872, ch. 423 380 Ottawa, 8c., Reservation. An act for the restoration to market of certain lands in Michigan. June 10, 1872, ch. 424. .

381 Customs Duties. An act to refund duties paid on goods, wares, and merchandise remaining in

bond or store on the first day of August, eighteen hundred and seventy-two. June 10, 1872, ch. 425 .

381 Engineer Department of the Army. An act to repeal so much of section six of an act entitled “

act making appropriations for the support of the army, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, and for other purposes," approved March third, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, as prohibits promotions in the engineer department of the Army. June 10, 1872, ch. 426

882 Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads. June 10, 1872, ch. 427

382 Port Huron. An act for the construction of a custom-house, bonded warehouse, and post-office at Port Huron, Michigan. June 10, 1872, ch. 428 .

387 General John A. Rawlins. An act appropriating ten thousand dollars for a statue of General John A. Rawlins. June 10, 1872, ch. 429 :

888 Indians. An act for the relief of certain Indians in the central superintendency. June 10, 1872, ch. 430 .

388 International Exposition at Vienna. An act to authorize the President of the United States to

appoint one or more Commissioners to represent the government of the United States at the International Exposition of Agriculture, Industry, and Fine Arts, to be held at Vienna in eighteen hundred and seventy-three. June 10, 1872, ch. 431

389 Levi W. Pond. An act confirming and extending a patent-right to Levi W. Pond and Eau Claire Lumber Company. June 10, 1872, ch. 432 .

389 Raleigh, N. C. An act to provide for the erection of a building suitable for the use of the Uni

ted States Courts, post-otlice, and other necessary government offices, at Raleigh, North
Carolina. June 10, 1872, ch. 403 .

890 Corporations in Territories. An act amendatory of an act approved March second, eighteen hun

dred and sixty-seven, entitled "An act amendatory of 'An act to provide a temporary government for the Territory of Montana,' approved May twenty-six, eighteen hundred and sixty-four.” June 10, 1872, ch. 434

. 390 Nevadu. An act to reimburse the State of Nevada for expenses incurred, while a Territory, in

purchase of a prison, and in support of United States Courts. June 10, 1872, ch. 435 391 Indians. An act for the relief of certain tribes of Indians in the northern superintendency. June 10, 1872, ch. 436.

891 Eastern Verada R.R. Co. An act to grant the right of way through the public lands to the Eastern Nevada Railroad Company. June 10, 1872, ch. 437. .

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[No. 1.) Condemned Cannon, &c. Joint resolution donating certain condemned cannon for a

soldier's monument. January 16, 1872 [No. 2.) Admiral Farragut. Joint resolution to authorize the erection of a colossal statue of

the late Admiral Farragut. April 16, 18:2 [No. 3.) Condemned Cannon, fr. Joint resolution granting condemned cannon for the erection

of a soldier's monument at Mound City, Illinois. April 22, 1872 [No. 4.] Teras. Joint resolution appointing commissioners to inquire into lepredations on

the frontiers of the State of Texas. May 7, 1872 . . [No. 6 | Quarantine. Joint resolution providing for a more effective system of quarantine on

the Southern and Gulf coasts. June 6, 1872

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Page Custom-house and Post-office at Bath, Maine. An act making an appropriation for the repairs,

furnishing, and ornamentation of the United States custom-house and post-office at Bath, Maine. December 10, 1872, ch. 1 . ..

397 Arkansas and Florida State Agricultural College. An act to authorize the issuance of college

scrip to the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes. December 13, 1872, ch. 2 397 Bridges across the Ohio River. An act to authorize the construction of bridges across the Ohio river, and to prescribe the dimensions of the same. December 17, 1872, ch. 4.

398 District of Columbia. An act to fix the salary of the members of the board of health of the District of Columbia. December 17, 1872, ch. 5 .

..400 Monument at Naval Academy. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to transport in a

government vessel, free of duty, a monument designed by Admiral Porter, to be erected in the grounds of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, in memory of the officers, seamen,

and marines of the navy, who fell in defence of the Union. December 19, 1872, ch. 8 400 Bridges across the Mobile River, 8c. An act authorizing the construction of railroad-bridges

across the Mobile river and other navigable streams tributary to Mobile bay, in accordance with the acts of the legislature of the State of Alabama, and to establish them as post-roads. December 24, 1872, ch. 12

400 Internal Revenue. An act for the reduction of officers and expenses of the internal revenue.

December 24, 1872, ch. 13.
Arizona. An act to provide for holding adjourned terms of the supreme court of Arizona.
December 24, 1872, ch. 14 .

404 National Bank of Lyons, Michigan. An act to authorize the National Bank of Lyons, Michigan, to change its location and name. December 24, 1872, ch. 15. .

404 Lands in Missouri. An act to quiet the title to certain lands in the State of Missouri. December 27, 1872, ch. 17 :

404 Deficiency Appropriation. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appro

priations for the service of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirty,

eighteen hundred and seventy-three, and for other purposes. January 8, 1873, ch. 18. 405 Sandy Hook. An act to provide for the removal of the sunken wreck which now obstructs the channel-way off Sandy Hook. January 8, 1873, ch. 19.

406 Depredations on the Frontiers of Texas. An act to provide for the expenses of the commission

to enquire into depredations on the frontiers of the State of Texas. January 8, 1873,
ch. 20

406 Mail-matter. Seeds, fc. An act to amend the one hundred and thirty-third section of an act

approved June eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, entitled “An act to revise,
consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to the Post-office Department.” January 9,
1873, ch. 21.

406 The Schooner N. J. Miller. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue an

American register to the English-built wrecked schooner N. J. Miller. January 9, 1873,
ch. 22..

407 Pensions Appropriation. 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
seventy-four. January 10, 1873, ch. 23

407 Contested Elections. An act supplemental to, and amendatory of, an act entitled “ An act to

prescribe the mode of obtaining evidence in cases of contested elections,” approved Feb-
ruary nineteen, eighteen hundred and fifty-one. January 10, 1873, ch. 24 ..

408 Winona and Saint Peter Railroad Company. An act for the extension of time to the Winona

and Saint Peter Railroad Company for the completion of its road. January 10, 1873,
ch. 25

409 Lands to Indiana. An act to release to the State of Indiana the lands known as the bed of Beaver Lake in Newton County, in said State. January 11, 1873, ch. 32

409 Eust Chester National Bank. An act authorizing the East Chester National Bank of Mount Vernon to change its location and name. January 11, 1873, ch. 33. .

409 L fe-saving Stations on, fc. An act to authorize the employment of keepers and crews of surf

men for the life-saving stations on the coasts of Cape Cod and 'Block Island, and for
other purposes. January 11, 1873, ch. 34

410 Shipping-commissioners. Written Agreement with Seamen. An act to amend section twelve of an

act entitled “An act to authorize the appointment of shipping-commissioners,” &c.

approved June seven, eighteen hundred and seventy-two. January 15, 1873, ch. 35. 410 Clerks and Marshals, fc., of United States Courts. An act to prevent certain officers of the

United States and Territories from practising as attorneys or solicitors in courts of the
United States in certain cases. January 16, 1873, ch. 36

. 111 Delegates in Congress, not to receive Pay for certain Services. An act to amend an act entitled

“An act relating to members of Congress, heads of departments, and other efficers of
the government,” approved June eleventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. January
16, 1873, ch. 37

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