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and for other purposes," approved June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and
Passengers in Steambouts — Steamboat Inspectors. An act further to provide for the safoty of the
the salaries of steamboat inspectors, and for other purposes. July 25, 1866, ch. 234... 227
number nine, in square number seventy-six, in the city of Washington. July 25, 1866,
Power to appoint Disbursing Agent where there is no Collector at the Place of Location of any Public
Work. An act to amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for sundry civil
Page Transportation for certain Disabled Soldiers. An act to authorize the Secretary of War to furnish
transportation to discharged soldiers to whom artificial limbs are furnished by the govern
ment. July 28, 1866, ch. 305 Postal Service Appropriation. An act supplemental to the act to appropriate money for the postal services. July 28, 1866, ch. 306 .....
342 Mineral Waters, fc. An act to protect the manufacturers of mineral waters in the District of
Columbia, and for other purposes. July 28, 1866, ch. 307 Land for Colored Schools. An act donating certain lots in the city of Washington for schools for colored children in the District of Columbia. July 28, 1866, ch. 308....
343 Commissioners of Circuit Courts. An act to extend the jurisdiction of commissioners of the circuit courts of the United States. July 28, 1866, ch. 309
343 United States Provisional Court for Louisiana. An act to provide for the suits, judgments, and
business of the United States provisional court for the State of Louisiana. July 28, 1866, ch. 310....
344 Surveyor-General of Iowa and Wisconsin. An act to remove the office of surveyor-general of the
States of Iowa and Wisconsin to Plattsmouth, Nebraska. July 28, 1866, ch. 311 ........ 344 Rank and Pay of certain Officers in the Navy, and Pay of certain Clerks. An act to prevent officers
in the navy from being deprived of their regular promotion on account of wounds received in battle, and for other purposes. July 28, 1866, ch. 312
PUBLIC RESOLUTIONS. (No. 1.] Subsistence and Clothing for Destitute Indians. A resolution authorizing the President
to divert certain funds heretofore appropriated, and cause the same to be used for immediate subsistence and clothing, &c. for destitute Indians and Indian tribes. December 21, 1865
347 (No. 2.) Bond of Superintendent of Public Printing. A resolution increasing the bond of the superintendent of public printing. January 12, 1866....
347 [No. 3.) Industrial Exposition, at Paris
. Joint resolution in relation of the Industrial Exposition at Paris, France. January 15, 1866...
347 [No. 4.) Soldiers' Orphans' Home of Iowa. Joint resolution granting certain public property to the Soldiers' Orphans' Home of Iowa. January 22, 1866...
348 [No. 5.) Military Reserve on St. Clair River. Joint resolution of the Secretary of War to grant
the use of a portion of military reserve on St. Clair River, in the State of Michigan, for railroad purposes. January 31, 1866.
348 [No. 6.] Madison's Writings. A resolution directing the distribution of the writings of James Madison. February 7, 1866..
348 [No. 7.) Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. A resolution extending the time for the completion of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. February 10, 1866...
349 [No. 8.) Thanks to Vice-Admiral Farragut, fc. A resolution tendering the thanks of Congress
to Vice-Admiral David G. Farragut, and to the officers, petty officers, seamen, and marines under his command, for their gallantry and good conduct in the action in Mobile Bay, on the fifth August, 1864. February 10, 1866.
349 [No. 9.) Expenses of Committee, fc. A resolution for the payment of expenses incurred by the
joint committee to inquire into the condition of the States which formed the so-called con
federate states of America. February 10, 1866... (No. 10.) Telegraph. Joint resolution to encourage and facilitate telegraphic communication between the western and eastern continents. February 26, 1866...
.... 350 (No. 11.] Missing Soldiers-Miss Clara Barton. A resolution providing for expenses incurred in
searching for missing soldiers of the army of the United States, and for the further prosetion of the same. March 10, 1866.....
350 (No. 12.) Berkeley and Jefferson Counties. Joint resolution giving the consent of Congress to the
transfer of the counties of Berkeley and Jefferson to the State of West Virginia. March 10, 1866
350 (No. 13.) National Home for Soldiers', 8c. Orphans. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary
of War to transfer to the National Home for Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans, of Washing
ton city, certain stores not needed for the use of the government. March 10, 1866....... 351 [No. 14.] Explosion of the Arsenal at Washington. Joint resolution for the relief of the sufferers
by the late explosion at the United States Arsenal, in the District of Columbia. March 17, 1866...
351 (No. 15.) Ship Art Union. Joint resolution to change the name of the ship “Art Union name“ George M. Barnard.” March 22, 1866...
351 [No. 16.) Quarantine. Joint resolution anthorizing the Secretaries of War and Navy to place
hulks and vessels at the disposal of commissioners of quarantine, or other proper authorities, at ports of the United States, for one year. March 24, 1866...
351 (No. 17.) Laws of the United States. A resolution in relation to the publication of the laws of the United States. March 31, 1866..
352 (No. 18.] Public Lands at Springfield Armory. Joint resolution in relation to the public lands appertaining to the armory at Springfield. April 4, 1866...
Page [No. 19.1 Commanders Reynolds and Woolsey. A resolution for the restoration of Commanders
William Reynolds and Melancton B. Woolsey, United States navy, to the active list from
352 [No. 20.) Bounties to Discharged Soldiers. Joint resolution giving construction to the law in relation to bounties payable to soldiers discharged for wounds. April 12, 1866 ..
852 [No. 21.) Burial of Soldiers. A resolution respecting the burial of soldiers who died in the military service of the United States during the rebellion. April 13, 1866....
353 (No. 24.) Pardons of Foreign Convicts. A resolution protesting against pardons by foreign
governments of persons convicted of infamous offences, on condition of emigration to the
United States. April 17, 1866... [No. 25.) Temporary Relief of the Destitute. A resolution for the temporary relief of destitute people in the District of Columbia. April 17, 1866...
353 (No. 26.) Managers of National Asylum, &c. Joint resolution appointing managers for the National
Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. April 21, 1566.... [No. 27.] Thanks to Major-General Hancock. Joint resolution expressive of the thanks of Congress to Major-General Winfield S. Hancock. April 21, 1866...
354 [No. 29.) Transfer of Funds of Post Office Department. A resolution for the transfer of funds
appropriated for the payment of salaries in the Post Office Department to the general salary
354 [No. 31.) Appropriation for Expenses of Collecting Revenue from Customs. A resolution making
appropriations for the expenses of collecting the revenue from customs. May 3, 1866.... 354 (No. 32.) Gratitude to Officers, Soldiers, and Seamen. A resolution expressive of the gratitude of
the nation to the officers, soldiers, and seamen of the United States. May 3, 1866.. 354 (No. 34.) Union Pacific Railway. A resolution extending the time for the completion of the Union Pacific Railway, eastern division. May 7, 1866...
355 [No. 35.) Paraffine Oil, Crude Petroleum. Joint resolution to provide for the exemption of crude
petroleum from internal tax or duty, and for other purposes. May 9, 1866 ... [No. 37.) Emperor of Russia. Joint resolution relative to the attempted assassination of the Emperor of Russia. May 16, 1866...
... 355 (No. 38.) Courts and Post Office in New York City. Joint resolution relative to the courts and post office of New York city. May 16, 1866...
356 (No. 39. Fair for Soldiers' and Sailors? Orphan Home. A resolution authorizing the Secretary
of War to grant the use of certain lumber for the fair for the Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan
356 [No. 40.) Western Pacific Railroad. A resolution to extend the time for the construction of the first section of the Western Pacific Railroad. May 21, 1866...
356 [No, 41.] Medals for Veteran Soldiers. A resolution to authorize certain medals to be distributed to veteran soldiers free of postage. May 26, 1866..
356 (No. 42.) Quarantine and Health Laws. Joint resolution respecting quarantine and health laws. May 26, 1866...
357 [No. 43.) Plants of Frederick Pech. A resolution providing for the acceptance of a collection of plants tendered to the United States by Frederick Pech. May 26, 1866....
357 (No. 44.) Fresh-Water Basin for Iron-clad Vessels. A resolution authorizing the appointment of
examiners to examine a site for a fresh-water basin for iron-clad vessels of the United
357 [No. 45.] Letter-Carriers in San Francisco. Joint resolution authorizing (the) Postmaster-General to pay additional salary to letter-carriers in San Francisco. June 6, 1866...
357 (No. 46. Bounties to Colored. Soldiers. A resolution respecting bounties to colored soldiers, and the pensions, bounties, and allowances to their heirs. June 15, 1866...
357 (No. 47.] Treaties with Indian Tribes. A resolution making an appropriation to enable the President to negotiate treaties with certain Indian tribes. June 15, 1866.....
358 [No. 48.) Amendment to the Constitution. Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution of the United States. June 16, 1866.....
358 [No. 49. Military Academy. Joint resolution relative to appointments to the Military Academy June 16, 1866...
359 [No. 50.) Berkeley and Jefferson Counties, West Virginia. Joint resolution to extend to the
counties of Berkeley and Jefferson, of West Virginia, the provisions of the act approved
stores and subsistence supplies furnished to the army of the United States.” . June 18, 1866 360 (No. 51.] Potomac Bridge. Joint resolution making an appropriation for the repair of the Potomac bridge. June 18, 1866...
360 [N). 52.) Bounty to Enlisted Indians. A resolution to provide for the payment of bounty to cer
tain Indian regiments. June 18, 1866.
May fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, entitled “ Ån act granting lands to aid in the