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Crows.

Alaska, (continued.)

American Citizens, (continued.)
construction of steam

cutter

if release is unreasonably refused or dc.
for....

302 layed, the President to communicate
act to protect the fur seal in.

348
the facts to Congress...

224
Albemarle District,

treaty provisions, concerning the rights
port of entry removed from Plymouth to

of, with
Edenton..

227
Prussia....

615
Alcohol. See Distilled Spirits.

Bavaria

661
definition of..

126
Mexico...

087
Alexandriu Canal,

American Line of Nail and Emiyrant Passenger
Act relating to

231 Sternships,
Alienation and Descent

between New York and one or
of property, treaty provisions concerning

European Ports, act to establish... 229, 230
among the

See United States Mail Steumship Line.
Sacs and Foxes..

468 American Nautical Almanac,
Miamies....

521, 527
appropriations for....

70, 278
Pottawatomies

534 American Senmen,
Kiowas and Comanches..

583 appropriation for the relief and protection
Cheyennes

595, 656
of..

..56, 319
Utes..

621

for acknowledging services in rescu-
Sioux.

637

ing froin shipwreck.... ...56, 319

651 American Shurpshooters,
Navajoes

669 duties reinitted to national association of, 431
Shoshonees and Bannacks..

675 Amer, Mary A.,
Sce Titles of the severul Indian Tribes.

pension to...

450
Aliens,

Ames, Mrs. Sarah F.,
not to maintain suit in any United States additional pay for bust of President
or State court, against the United

Lincoln....

118
States, or any person, for any act done Amnesty,
or omitted under certain acts of Con.

grant of, by Executive, not to remove dis-
fress, relating to captured or aban-

qualification from registration or voting
doned property, &c...

243
in the rebel States...

16
certain, may prosecute claims against the

full, granted to all persons ongged in the
United Staies in the court of clairns... 243 late rebellion, with restoration of all
Alleghany Arsenal,

rights, &c.

712
appropriations for..

66 Anderson, Lars,
Allen, Edward B.,

payment to, in trust for Eliza B. Ander-
payment to.
398

357
Allen, Richard H.,

Anderson, Milton,
pension to widow and minor children of. 449 pension to..

871
Allotments

Annexation,The Schooner,
of lands to members of the

certificate of registry, or, &c. to issue to. 122
Sacs and Foxes..... .468, 497, 501 Annuities,
Sioux ...

637 granted by the United States to the, or
Shoshonecs and Bannacks..

675 treaty provisions concerning,
Nez Percés ..

693
Senecas and Shawnees.

515
Almanac, American Nautical,

Peorias, &c...

519
appropriations for....

.70, 278

Kiowas and Comanches. .584, 590
Alterations

Apaches...
of Capitol building, under whose direction

Cheyennes.

.596, 657
to be made.

13
Sioux

638
American Atlantic Cable Telegraph Company

Crows

651
may for twenty years lay and operate ca-

Navajoes
bles on the Atlantic coast and in any

Shoshonees and Bannacks.

676
harbor thereon, except, &c...

10 army officer to attend delivery of. .584, 596,
to commencc operations in two years.... 10

652, 657, 669
government to have preference in use of

See Tilles of the several Indian Tribes.
the cables..

10 Apache, Kiowa, fc. Tribes of Indians,
American Baptist Board of Missions,

treaty with, of October 21, 1867......

589
to designate to whom lands heretofore set

See Kiowa, fc.
apart from the American Baptist Mis- Apaches,
sion shall be granted...

..534, 536
appropriations for the....

199
American Baptist Home Mission Society,

Appeal,
part of military reservation at Sault Ste.

right of, given to the Supreme Court of
Marie to be conveyed to.

281 the United States, to certain defend-
American Baptist Mission,

ants, in suits against them, as officers
among the Pottawatomics, lands set apart

or agents of the government for acts
for, to be granted to whom.......534, 536 dope during the rebellion under color
American Citizens,

of their office or employment.. 243
in foreign states, act concerning the rights Appeals. See Court of Claims.
of..

223 from final judgments of the court of
naturalized citizens protected..

224

claims adverse to the United States,
release of, unjustly imprisoned by foreign

allowed to the Supreme Court of the
governments, demanded
224 United States..

75

son

590

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234

Appeals, (continued.)

Appropriations, (continuod.)
law authorizing certain, from judgments

for the relief of the destitute in the West-
of circuit courts to Supreme Court,

ern and Southwestern States...

28
repealed....

44 for the purchase and distribution of seeds
Supreme Court not to exercise jurisdic-

in the Southern States ..

28
tion therein...

for certain expenses of collecting direct
from court of claims not to be prose-

tax in Delaware.

37
cuted, where there is suit pending in

for the relief of the destitute in the Dis.
another court for same cause, unless

trict of Columbia...

41
prior suit is withdrawn.....

77 for the support of the military academy 42, 268
the United States may prosecute to cir-

for the trial of the impeachment of An-
cuit courts without giving security for

drew Johnson ...

60
226 for deficiencies in the execution of the re-
Appointments,

construction laws .
to executive departments, bureaus, &c.

to sustain the Indian commission, and
none to be made, except to fill a va-

carry out treaties made thereby.
cancy happening during a recess of the

for bridge over Dakota river.

89
Scnate ..

168 to pay claims against the department of
no new, in certain departments of the

agriculture.

..90, 91
arıny, until otherwise directed by law. 318 for the improvement of the Desmoines
Apportionment,

and Rock Island rapids..

124
of rescrvations of Sissiton, &c. Sioux In-

for payment of invalid and other pen-
dians to each head of family, in tracts

sions..

170
of 160 acres each, conformably to legal to carry into effect the treaty with Rus-
subdivisions

506
sia..

198
Appraisers' Stores,

for the service of the Columbia Institu-
appropriation for construction of at Phila-

tion for the Deaf and Dumb......... 232
delphia...

313 for the government hospital for the insane
Approprintions,

in the District of Columbia..... 233
for the army, civil expenses, consnlar and

for the National Soldiers' and Sailors'
diplomatic expenses, deficiencies, forti-

Orphans' Home....

233
fications, Indian department, legisla-

for certain expenses of the government..
tive, &c. navy, pensions, and Post-

to pay for indexing the tax bill.

237
Office Department, see those Titles.

to carry into effect the act extending the
for commissioners to the Indian country. 1

customs laws of the United States
for expenses under the supplements to

over Alaska..

...240, 242
the acts for the more efficient govern-

for commission on meters for distilled
ment of the rebel States...... .4, 29, 30 spirits......

247
for deficiencies in, for contingent expenses

of proceeds of certain sales to defend cer-
of the Senate, for year ending June 30,

tain suits....

251
1867, &c.....
7 for breakwater at Portland, Me..

252
for printing laws, &c. in the ten rebellious

transfers of, betwcen different branches of
States....
8 any department prohibited.

36
for expenses of House of Representatives 8 certain unexpended, for Navy Depart-
for salaries of commissioner of education

ment, existing July 1, 1868, to be car.
and his clerks.....

8
ried to surplus funds....

72
for repairs of Long Bridge..

statement of, to be made by Secretary of
for expenses of Indian delegation, visiting

Treasury in his next annual estimates. 72
Washington ...

8 for salaries, &c. of the patent office...... 269
for additional watchmen, &c. in the Capi-

for the poor in the District of Columbia. 269
tol, &c....

..ll, 12

for construction of assay office in Idaho.. 271
for uniforms to Capitol police and watch-

for Yancton tribe of Sioux Indians...... 275

12 transfer of, for paper for public printing,
for belts, arms, &c. for Capitol police.. 12 to that for public binding and litho.
for the support in part of the National

graphing and engraving....

343
Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan Home in

for reporting and publishing the debates
the District of Columbia.....

13
in Congress.....

347
for grading, &c. public grounds, removing for collecting statistics of mines and min-
buildinys, &c.i.

13 ing to be transferred to Treasury De-
under act to establish peace with certain

partment

319
hostile Indian tribes, ..

17 Aqueduct,
under act to carry into effect the claims

across the Potomac river, from George-
of convention with Venezuela ... 18 town to the Virginia shore, declared a
for expenses of commissioner, &c. of the

lawful structure...

231
United States at the Universal Exhibi-

may be maintained and operated, and
tion at Paris.....

. 19, 20
bridge erected over it....

231
under resolution giving the thanks of Con- Aqueduct, Washington,

gress, and a gold medal to George Pea- appropriations for repairs and superin-
body....

20
tendence of..

309
for the relief of freedmen, or destitute col- Arapahoe, fc. Indians,
ored people in the District of Colum-

treaty with, of October 28, 1867........ 593
bia...

20 Sce Cheyennes, fc. and Northern Cheyennes, fc.
for payment of salaries and mileage of Aropahoes,
members of Congress....
24 appropriations for the...

200

8

men ....

Architect of Capitol Extension,

.

to have supervision, &c. of repairs and al-
terations of Capitol building...13, 115, 284
and of grading, filling up, &c. public
grounds..

13
appropriation for public works under his

supervision... .....115, 306, 307
Architect, Supervising,

of the construction branch of treasury, ap-
propriation for,.

97
Architectural Iron Works Company,

pay to, for enlarging congressional li.
brary

172
Argentine Republic,

additional salary of minister of United
States to......

319
Arickarees,
appropriations for the......

199
Arizona Territory,
appropriation for government of.....109, 300
for surveyor-general of.........101, 115

292, 306
for surveys of public lands in...116, 308

for Indian service in.... .219, 222
sessions of legislative assembly of, to be
biennial .

300
Arkansas,

the government existing in, March 23,
1867, declared to be not legal.... 14

if continued, how to be continued.. 14
convention in, for framing constitution,

of whom to consist, and how appoint-
ed...

3
admitted to representation in Congress.. 72
fundamental condition..

72
what alterations of constitution may
be made...

72
post-roads established in..

..188, 327
certain proceedings of tax commissioners
ratified..

123
terms of circuit-court in..

271
repeal of act prohibiting the organization
of the militia forces in...

337
Armories,

appropriations for repairs and improve-
ments at.

66
at Rock Island.

66
portion of appropriation to be ex-
pended how..

66
Armory at Springfield,

appropriation for purchase of land adjoin-
ing....

66
Arms,
damaged, &c. to be sold..

259
proceeds of sales..

259
Armstrong, Captain James F.,

to be restored to active list of the navy.. 430
Army,

deficiency appropriation for, for the year
ending June 30, 1868..

35
officers of, holding any diplomatic or con-

sular office, to be deemed to have re-
signed...

58
officers of, dismissed by general court-

martial, &c. not to be restored except
by reappointment, &c...

125
Secretary of War authorized and directed

to tako immediate measures to reduce
expenses of, at and near New York
city..

247
suitable building to be hired for, &c. 247
officers of, to assist civil authorities and

courts in sustaining the laws, &c. 698
provisions as to rank by brevet in..... 281

Army, (continued.)

appropriations for, for years ending June
30, 1869, and June 30, 1870...64 - 66, 315 –

318
recruiting and transportation of recruits 64,

316
pay of the army...

.64, 316
commutation of subsistence and forage. 64, 316
payments in lieu of clothing.

64, 316
subsistence in kind....

316
contingencies....

.64, 316
medical and hospital department.....64, 316

certain sums accruing to creclit of,

from sales of stores, to be covered
in to the treasury.

64
medical museum and medical works..64, 316
commanding-general's office.. .64, 316
signal service...

316
quartermaster's department..64, 65, 316, 317
mileage of officers...

..65, 317
horses for cavalry and artillery ......317, 318
transportation, public transports, water,
&c.

...65, 317
clearing obstructions in roads, harbors,
and rivers..

...65, 317
bire or commutation of quarters, tempo-

rary huts, and repairs at established
posts..

.65, 66, 317
beating and cooking stoves.

..66, 317
ordnance service...

..66, 317
no part to pay for new cannon or
small arms.

.66, 317
purchase of land adjoining Springfield
armory

66
armories and arsenals, repairs and im-
provements of..

...66, 317, 318
preservation and repair of fortifications
and works of defence...

...66, 318
former appropriation for medical and sur-

gical history of rebellion, how to be
applied...

66
medical statistics of provost-marshal.

general's bureau, to be compiled, &c.
by J. H. Baxter, &c.

66
one half of appropriation for Rock Island

arsenal to be applied to construction of
bridge, &c....

318
surveys for military defences.

318
exploring expedition and survey of line

of fortieth parallel, report of results of,
to be published..

318
cost to be defrayed from existing

appropriations in War Depart-
ment..

318
letter-press work to be done at gov-
ment printing office..

318
road from Du Luth to the Bois-fort In-
dian reservation ...

318
to bo expended under direction of
Secretary of War..

318
no new commissions, promotions, nor en-

listments in infantry regiments, until
the whole number is reduced to twenty-
five......

318
infantry regiments to be consolidated as
rapidly, &c.

318
number of brigadier-generals limited to
eight....

318
no new promotions until number is
reduced to eight....

318
enlistments hereafter to be for five years 318
all bands now in the service to be dis-

charged, except that at the military
academy..

318

Army, (continued.)

Arsenals, (continued.)
to receive full pay and allowances.. 318 proceeds of sales...

188
a chief musician to be enlisted in each

inachinery, &c. not sold, where to be
regiment..

318
stored

188
duties, pay, &c. of..

318 one half of appropriation for Rock Island,
no new appointments, nor promotions in

to be applied to build bridge connecting
certnin departments, until otherwise

Rock Island with the citics of Rock Is-
directed by law...
318 land and Davenport.........

317
brevet rank not to entitle to precedence Artificial Limbs,
or command, except by special assign-

certain officers in the military or naval
ment of the President.....

318
service entitled to receive...

237
such assignment not to entitle officer

for soldiers, appropriation to pay W. S.
to additional pay or allowances... 318 Morse and Charles S. Shambaugh for
Army Badges,

collecting papers, &c. relating to..310, 311
adop!eil by corps or division, officers and

appropriation for..

316
soldiers may wear..

261 Art, Objects of,
Army Officer

imporud for presentation, to be exempt
to attend to delivery of goods, &c. to

from customs duty....

23
Kiowas and Comanches.

584 | Assay Office,
Cheyenncs.

596, 657 established at Boise City, Idaho........ 270
Sioux..

639

officers and clerks and their salaries.. 270
Crows.

652

to take the oath and give bond..... 270
Navajoes...

669 director of mint to conduct the business. 270
Shoshonees and Bandacks.
676 regulations, returns, &c....

270
Army Officers,

charges for parting, assaying, &c. ....... 270
second auditor to audit and settle ac-

to be a place of deposit for public moncys 271
counts of, in certain cazes............ 25 certificates of deposit to be issued in pay.
Aroostook, Maine,

ment of gold-dust, &c....

271
customs collection, district of, established 273

where payable...

271
Houlion to be port of entry.

273

appropriation for construction of . 271
collector, residence, pay, &c. 273 construction to be commenced at once... 271
Arrears

laws of the United States extended orer. 271
of pensions to be paid ......

236 Assay Office, New York,
Arrest,

appropriations for.....

.107, 298
sergeants-at-arms of the Senate and House

Assessment,
of Representatives may arrest and de-

monthly, according to capacity of distil-
tain persons violating rules and regula.

130
tions, to secure Capitol from deface-

for deficiency of capacity, &c..... 134
ment, &c...

12 again made where liabilities are increased,
Arsenal Grounds,

except in case of retail dealers....... 152
at St. Louis, six acres of, to be designat. Assessors of Internal Revenue,
ed by the Secretary of War, to be

appropriations for...

.99, 290
granted to the city of St. Louis in licu

may refuse 10 approve distiller's bond in
of former grants....

339
certain cases..

128
selection not to be made east of western

may require new bond..

128
line of ground occupied by the St. Louis

distiller's bond, under what circumstances
and Iron Mountain Railroud....... 339

to bc approved by..

127, 131
time limited for erection of monument to

to keep plan of distillery:

129
General Lyon, to commence to run

to give written consent for alterations in
from what dato....
339 distillery..

129
Arsonals,

to survey distillery, determine the capa-
appropriations for repairs and improve-

city, make reports in triplicate.... 129
ments of...

..66, 317, 318 to assess special tax upon distiller only,
Allezhany.

66
when..

129
Augusta..
.66, 317 to assess distiller's tax monibly.

130
Baton Rouge.

66 to examine distiller's return, and deter-
Benecia .

.66, 318 mine quantity of spirits produced..... 133
Columbus, Ohio.

.317, 318 to account for locks and scals.
Fort Monroe..

.66, 318

report to commissioner notice of suspen-
Frankford.

.66, 318
sion of work in distillery..

134
Kennebec.

66 to receive one fourth per cent commis-
Leavenworth.
.66, 318 sion on all taxes, &c....

138
Mount Vernon.

66 to assess on gauger's report of stamps
New York,

66
used....

138
Pikesville..

.66, 318 to reduce working capacity of distillery
Rock Island.

317
on due notice..

.138, 139
St. Louis..

66 shall not discharge duties of any other
Vancouver
69

145
Watertown.

.66, 318 to keep register of manufactories of to-
Watervliet..

66
bacco...

154
portion of ground occupied by St. Louis,

to keep abstract of monthly returns. 155
to be sold..

.187, 339 may be suspended by supervisor, when..
by arsenal at Liberty, Mo......187, 188 may examine persons, books, and papers,
other property may be sold.

187
in cases of fraud or evasion...

155

lery.

134

assessor

er3.

Assignments

Asylums and Hospitals,
of claims of certain colored soldiers, sail. appropriations for, at Washington....... 302
ors, and marines not to be recognized

Richmond..

302
by disbursing officer.....

26
Vicksburg.

302
Assinaboines,

to be discontinued after the close of the
appropriations for the..
199 present fiscal year...

302
Assistant Assessors, Internal Revenue,

Asylums, Nationul. See National Asylums.
appropriations for..
..99, 290 provisions respecting..

.250, 251
to preserve notice of registration of each Alchison, Topeka, and Santa R. R. Co.
still, &c. set up..

126 may purchase of the Pottawatomie In-
to close distillery on receiving notice of

dians their unallotted lands, except,
suspension of work, report to assessor,

&c......

535
&c....

134

conditions and terms of purchase and
to remove fastenings, locks, &c. upon

payment.

.535, 536
notice to resume work.. ......134, 135 Alkinson, Mary,
to keep record of tobacco manufactories,

pension to..

359
name of owner, and abstract of month- Atlantic and Pacific Railroad,
ly returns...

154 reports of, when and with whom to be
to make personal examinations of to-

filed

79
bacco dealers' stock on hand....... 155 Allantic Coast,
to keep books, name, place, &c. of each

appropriations for survey of.........112, 302
manufacturer of cigars....

161 | Atlantic Dock,
to keep record of each cigar maker.... 161

government warehouses on, in Brooklyn,
to examine stock of cigar manufactur-

New York, may be sold at auction.... 7

161 Secretary of Treasury may execute deed. 7
Assistant Attorney-General,

Atlantic Iron Works,
office of, abolished..

75
payment to....

379
Assistant Attorneys-General,

Atlantic, The Steamship,
appropriation for pay of. ...177, 300 lien upon, to be enforced..

345
appointment of two authorized.

75 Attorney-General,
their term of office and salary. 75 appropriations for pay of, for assistants and
their duties as to suits, &c. in the court of

clerks, and for office of..109, 173, 300, 301
claims ...

.75, 76 to approve title, &e. of land in Long Isl-
Assistant Librarian of the House,

and in Boston harbor before it is taken
provision respecting the pay of......... 256 possession of by the United States.... 7
Assistant Messenge. s,

to approve title to Ruggles property
pay of, established in the executive or ju-

near New York Navy-yard....

29
dicial departments...

287 to assent to compromises, &c. of suits un-
Assistant Postmusters-General,

der internal revenue law.......... 60, 166
appropriation for pay of... ..105, 297 and assistants to attend to prosecution and
Assistant Secretaries of Legation,

defence of suits in the court of claims
appropriations for salaries of.........56, 319 on behalf of the United States... 75
not to receive salaries while absent

to call on heads of departments for infor-
from post, if, &c. ..... .... ..56, 321

mation in certain cases..

76
Assistant Secretaries of State,

duty of heads of departments in such
appropriations for..
.96, 287

76
Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury,

assistants and clerks authorized.. .75, 76
appropriations for..
.97, 287 expense of legal assistance to...

101
Assistant Secretary of Navy,

law authorizing to employ counsel to aid
appropriations for the..
103 district attorneys, repealed...

294
Assistant Secretary of the Interior,

to report at next December session of
appropriations for pay of..

.99, 291 Congress, the number of desks, clerks,
Assistant Solicitor,

&e. in his department.....

301
of court of claims, office of, abolished.... 75 Auctioneers,
Assistant Superintendents of Blank Agency,

sales by, of liquors, exempt from certain
of Post-Office Department, appointment,

penalties...

144
&c. of, authorized..

196 Auditor of Treasury for Post-Office Department,
Assistant Treasurer of the United States,

appropriations for..

..99, 289
appropriations for..

.98, 289 Auditors of the Treasury,
Assistant Treasurers of the United States,

appropriations for......97, 98, 173, 288, 290
in New York and San Francisco, to pay Augusta Arsenal, Ga.,
duplicate checks upon notice.
43 appropriations for..

.66, 317
appropriations for the.. .... 107, 108, 209 Avery, William,
for additional salaries for.

107 may select one hundred and sixty acres
no increase above what is allowed by

of land......

497
existing law..

...107, 209
salaries of clerks, &c. at Boston, not to
exceed appropriation.....

299

B.
Astor, William B.,

appointed regent of the Smithsonian Insti- Badges
tution...

246 of their army corps, officers and soldiers
Asylum, Military. See Military Asylum.

may wear, on occasions of ceremony.. 261
appropriation for rebuilding at Togus, Baker, Jacob S.,
near Augusta, Me...
111 pension to..

454

cases..

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