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Ottawas.

Civil Expenses Appropriation, (continued.)

Clark, R. M.,
surgcon-general to make contract, &c. 310 pay to, as district attorney for Nevada... 110
to certain claimants for seats in the House Clarke, Elizabeth,
of Representatives...

310
pension to

460
institution for the deaf and dumb.. 310 Clarke, Ethan Ray,
commission to run boundary line between

title of, to certain land in Florida, con-
the United States and British posses-

firmed...

377
sions on Washington Territory : 310 Clarke, Samuel Ward,
Columbia hospital for women and lying-

title of, to certain land in Florida, con-
in asylum..

310
firmed...

... 377
for the relief of the Navajoc Indians.... 310 Clearance Fees,
payments to W. S. Morse and Charles S.

not to be charged upon certain vessels,
Shainbaugh, for services in collecting

except for the first clearance in each
evidence respecting artificial limbs fur-

year.

322
nished to soldiers...

....310, 311 Clerical Services,
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association for re-

no part of appropriation for, &c. to be ex-
pairs, &c. at Mt. Vernon....

311
pended for.

300
Civilization,

Clerk of Court of Claims,
treaty provisions for the promotion of,

to transmit to Congress statement of

judgments rendered by said court.....
Sacs and Foxes.

197, 500 Clerk of the House of Representatives,
Quapaws..

516

to select newspapers for publication of
518

advertisements, notices, &c. in, in the
Miamics..

522
District of Columbia..

110
Pottawatomics..

534 to send to certain asylums for disabled
Kiowas and Comanches.

583

volunteer soldiers, certain books and
Cheyennes and Arapahoes

595
public documents.

253
Utes..

621

to pay contestants for seats in the House
Crows.

651
a certain sum for expenses...

310
Cheyennes..

656 to pay W. S. Morse and Charles S.
Navajoes.

669
Shambaugh for, &c......

310
Sissiton and Warpeton Sioux..507, 509, Clerk of Pardons,

510 authority of President to appoint, repealed. 96
Shoshonces and Bannacks......... 676 Clerks,
Civil Officers,

certain, in office of paymaster-general, not
opinion of, not to affect the action of dis-

to be continued after, &c....

102
trict commanders or members of board

heads of departments to report number,
of registration...

16

&c. of, at next December session of
Clackamas,

Congiuss.

301
appropriations for the......

200 Clerks to Committees,
Claim Agents,

appropriations for.......93, 94, 171, 284, 285
not entitled to fees for applying for Clinch, General Duncan L.,
arrears of pensions....

236 act for the relief of the heirs of.......... 357
Claimants,

Closed Mails,
for certain lost property, to be paid judg-

provisions for the transit of, in the postal
ments in their favor upon, &c...

24

convention with
in certain ciscs of seizure of distilled

Great Britain,

547
spirits, burden of proof on, to show

Belgiunn ..

.567, 568
that no fraud has been cominitted..... 140

Netherlands..

571
Claims,

Switzerland..

575
against the United States treaty, provis.

North German Union.

579
ions concerning, with the Sacs and

Italy.....

603
Foxes

498 See Titles of these several Foreign Countries.
Senecas, Mixed Senecas, Shaw-
nees, and Quapaws.

516 one complete suit to be furnished to each
Utes..

620

invalid soldier, an inmate of any regu-
Pottawatomies.

533

larly constituted " Soldiers' Home" 1
Sce Titles of the several Indian Tribes.

how to be delivered....
office of examiner of, in State Depart-

gratuitous issue of, to soldiers who have
ment abolished..

96
had contagious diseases...

250
due the United States, prosecution and

issue of, to certain enlisted men of Co. F,
collection of...
111 18th U, S. Infantry.

259
alphabetical list of private, appropriation appropriations for, for army.

316
for.....

118
for payments in lieu of.

.64, 316
convention with Mexico for the adjust-

to discharged soldiers for that not
ment of..

679
drawn.....

64
Clupp, James C.,

Clothing, Surplus,
$ 50,000 to be accepted in settlement of may be sold at first prices, to national
the claims of the United States against

asylum, &c.....

21
the estate of, and his suretics released. 120 Coul Oil,
United States not to be liable for defal-

exempt from tax

167
cation of ...

121 Coast Defence,
Clark, Henry,

resolution in relation to..

.345, 346
may enlarge Hygeia hotel.

431 utility and practicability of the Ryan.

Clothing,

2

his pay:

Coast Defence, (continued.).

Collectors, Internal Revenue, (continued.)
Hitchcock mode of marine fortifica-

when to issue permit for withirawal of
tions to be inquired into.......

.345, 346

tobacco from warehousc for export.... 157
report to be made to Congress... 346 to designate bonded warehouse for repack-
Coast Survey

ing, &c. imported tobacco............ 158
appropriations for the......

.112, 302 to render monthly account of articles
Atlantic and Gulf coasts. .112, 302, 312 stored in bond...

165
Pacific coasts.

.112, 302, 312 Collectors of Internal Revenue and Assistants,
publishing observations

112, 302
appropriations for...

.99, 290
engineers for steamers used in.......112, 303 Collins, Patrick,
repairs, &c. of vessels used in.......112, 303 pension to.

419
northern and northwestern lakes....112, 303 Colorado River,
surplus charts of northwestern lakes

supplies to be furnished to expedition to
may be sold to navigators...... 303 explore the.....

253
Coggeshall, Willinn T.,

Colorado Territory,
late minister of the United States, at

sessions of legislative assembly to be bi-
Ecuador, remains of, to be removed to

ennial....

.12, 300
the United States....

436 members of Council to be elected for four
Collection Districts. Customs.

years....

12
of Michigan and Michilimackinac, boun-

of the House for two years..

12
daries of, changed..

78

their compensation and privilege.... 12
of Michigan extended.

78 each house may elect an enrolling clerk.. 12
district of Michilimackinac to be called

12
Superior, and to include what...... 78 pay of chief clerk and other officers..... 12

of Port Huron to be called Huron... 78 members clected in 1867, to be the first
of Philadelphia, changed...

78
legislature under this act.

13
to include whole of consolidated city

when to meet...

13
of Philadelphia...
78 post-roads established in...

45, 333
boundaries, &c. of internal revenue con-

appropriations for government of.....108, 300
struction ..

167

for survey of boundary line between,
of Alaska established..

240
and Nevada.....

116
Sce Alaska.

for surveyor-general of, &c.. 101, 115, 292
of Aroostook, in Maine, established..... 273

for survey of public lands in....116, 308
Houlton to be port of entry

273

for surveying eastern boundary of.. 308
collector, residence, pay, &c.

273 appropriation for penitentiary in, to be
of Newark, N. J., extended.:

273
expended...:

120
Collection of Claims,

no part of property to be sold with-
due to the United States, appropriations

out the consent of the United
for.....

302
States....

120
Collection of Revenue froin Sales of Public Lands, appropriation for mounted militia and
appropriation for the....

116, 307

other forces in the service of the United
incidental expenses of land offices 116, 307 States...

175
Collectors,

to be in full satisfaction of claims of
final judgments against, in civil cases, in

territory ....

175
circuit courts, may be re-examined in

no part to be paid until the public
Supreme Court, without regard to the

property issued to the forces is ac-
amount in controversy..

44
counted for....

175
Collectors, Internal Revenue,

appropriations for Indian service in..... 199,
to collect taxes inonthly from distil-

219, 222
lers...

130 Colored Soldiers and Sailors,
to have charge of locks and keys of distil-

appropriations for bounties, prize money,
lery...

131
&c.

302
to retain distiller's entry of spirits in warc- Colored Soldiers, Sailors, or Marines,
house....

135 checks or ireasury certificates issued to
to retain entry of withdrawal of spirits

pay claims of, for pay, bounty, prize-
from warehouse...

136

money, &c. due to those in States
to make monthly returns to comunissioner

where slavery existed in 1860, to be
of issue of tax-paid stamps.....

138

made payable to commissioner of freed-
to he allowed one fourıh per cent commis.

men's bureau....
sions on amount of tax collected..... 138 no money to be paid, except to, &c...... 26
to collect twentyfive cents for each stamp

powers of attorney, tranfers and assign-
issued....
138 ments not to be recognized....

26
shall not discharge duties of any other col-

discovery, payment, &c. of claimants to
lector ..

145
be facilitated..

26
may be suspended by supervisor.

145 in settlements with agents or attorneys,
may designate, temporarily, storekceper,

strict compliance with scale of fees in-
when.
146 joined..

26
shall receive fees for gauging, and pay

agents, &c. demanding repayment of
gangers .

147

money advanced, to make oath, &c.... 27
to issue certificates to manufacturers of

amounts found due to claimants to be
tob:acco...

153
paid in current funds.....

27
to sell stamps, to whom

disbursements to be made under rules
to keep three months' supply of stamps on

governing disbursing officers of the
hand...

155
arıy......

27

26

155

&c. ::

Columbia Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum, \ Commission, (continued.)
appropriation for the support of..... 233, 316 appropriation for.

17
Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb,

to report to the President of the United
appropriation for the support of....... 233 States....

18
superintendent to report expenditures an-

for adjustinent of claims against the re-
nually to Congress.
234 public of Venezuela....

18
appropriation for beneficiaries of the

contingent expenses of...

18
United States in...
310 pay of umpire and secretary of...

18
Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf of the United States at the Universal Ex-
and Dumb,

hibition at Paris, provisions concern.
appropriations for...
.232, 233 ing..

19, 20
three additional directors authorized..... 233 powers and duties of commissioners...19, 20
their appointment and term of office 233

See Universal Exhibition.
property to be devoted only to what pur-

relative to payments for slaves drafted or
poses .

233 received as volunteers to be dissolved,
real estate not to be sold, &c. without,

and commissioners and clerks paid.... 29

233 to investigate accounts for feeding friendly
law authorizing the payment of $150 per

destitute Indians.

176
annain for the maintenance and tuition

of whom to consist.

176
of each pupil admitted by order of the

duties, &c. of....

176
Secretary of the Interior repealed..... 233

to sit at Fort Leavenworth.

176
number of students in collegiate depart-

clerk to, authorized, pay, &c..

176
ment may be increased from ten to

to examine and report on meters for dis-
twenty-five..

233
tilled spirits....

...246, 247
superintendent of, to make report to Con-

of naval officers, respecting the sale of
gress annually of the expenditures un-

certain iron-clads...

24%
der the appropriations...

234 to examine the wreck of the steamer Scot-
Columbia River, Oregon,

land.....

249
construction of steam revenue cutter for. 302 to purchase site for sub-treasury and post-
Columbia, S. C.,

office in the city of Boston.... 250
appropriation for post-office and court-

to select locations for powder magazines
house at.

305

near New York, Boston, and Ports-
site therefor to be given to the United

mouth..

.251, 252
States...

305 in relation to the erection of a bridge in
Columbus, O.,

Boston Harbor...

256
appropriations for arsenal at........317, 318 to run and mark the boundary line be-
Comanches,

tween the United States and British
appropriations for the...

199
possessions...

310
Comanche, Kiowa, fc. Tribes of Indians,

to investigate the claims of the Senecas,
treaty with, of October, 21, 1867....... 581 Quapaws, &c. for losses by the war.... 516
See Kiowa, fc.

to adjudicate claims, &c. treaty provisions
Commanding-General of Army,

between the United States and Mexico
appropriations for office of...

.64, 316

concerning; See Mexico.........680, 684
Commanding Generals. See Rebel States,

Commissioner of Agriculture,
in the military districts, duties of, in re penalty upon, for contracting for goods,
gard to registration.. .2, 3, 14, 15, 16 &c. beyond appropriation..

91
certain acts of, in military districts, ap-

appropriations for, and for office of..106, 297
proved...

15 to regard the library under his control as
Commerce,

part of the property of the department
privileges of, secured under the treaty

of agriculture..

343
with Madagascar.

492 Commissioner of Bureau for Relief of Refugees,
with Nicaragua.

550 fc.
privileges of, secured by treaty with the

duty of, in respect to the discontinuance
Dominican Republic..

474 - 498 of the bureau, in any State...... 83
with Italy.

.609-611

as to unexpended balances in his
Commercial Agents,

hands...

83
appropriations for...

.57, 319, 320 may retain certain officers of veteran re-
Commercial-Navigation Company of New York,

serve corps and of volunteers... 83
Postmaster-General may contract with,

may sell schools and other buildings. 83
for weekly, &c. conveyance of all Euro-

mode of sale and proceeds...

83
pean and foreign mails of the United powers, &c. of, to be discharged by whom,
States, between New York and Bremen,

in case of vacancy.

193
&c..

..229, 230
vacancy, how filled....

193
See United States Mail Steamship Line.

who not to act as commissioner.

193
Commissary Department,

assistants, agents, clerks, &c..

193
no new appointments and no promvuons

to direct the issue of relief to destitute
in, until otherwise directed by law.... 318 persons in the South...

246
Commissary-General,

Commissioner of Customs,
appropriations for office of......102, 294, 295 certain balances certificd by, not to be
Commission,

modified by heads of departments.... 54
to treat with hostile Indian tribes... 17

appropriations for the office of.......97. 288
appointment of, and of whom to consist 17 Commissioner of Education,
their powers and duties..... ..17, 18

appropriation for salary of, and of clerks 8,
transportation, subsistence, &c. of...... 17

36, 106, 291

.

Commissioner of Education, (continued.)

Commissioner of Internal Revenue, (continued.)
for furnishing offices and stationery:. 8 to prescribe form of books for rectifiers
to obtain certain educational statistics in

and wholesale dealers...

143
the District of Columbia, and report

to prescribe form of books for dealers in
same to Congress....

26
leaf tobacco....

158
to report to Congress upon the relative to appoint.detectives, not exceeding twen-
efficiency of the system of public

ty-five....

145
schools in the District of Columbia,

to prescribe regulations for rețurn of sales,
and whether additional legislation is

where special tax is imposed..

152
necessary.

26 to prescribe form of yearly inventory of
chief officer of office of education to be so

tobacco, stock on hand.

153
styled....

106 to prescribe books of accounts, manufac-
salary of, established.

106
turers of tobacco.....

155
duties, &c. of...

106
to prepare stamp for tobacco..

155
Commissioner of Freedmen's Bureau,

to establish bonded warehouse at port of
duty of, in regard to the collection and

entry...

157
payments of moneys, &c. due to colored

to prescribe regulations for export ware-
soldiers, sailors, or marines, residents

house for tobacco..

157
of States where slavery existed in

to report to Congress at December ses-
1860.....

26 sion the details of certain expenditures 290
discovery, payment, &c. of claimants to

to estimate in detail, by collection dis-
be facilitated..

26 tricts, the expenses of assessing and
to be held responsible for custody and dis-

collecting internal revenue...........

290
bursements of such funds..

26 Commissioner of Patents,
to adhere to scale of fees in settlement

may appoint additional principal and
with agents or attorneys..

26 assistant examiners in patent office. 10, 11
to pay balances due in current funds, and

to rent rooms for business of office.... 119
not in checks or drafts...

27 to give detailed statement of money re-
to make disbursement under rules govern-

ceived and expended....

119
ing disbursing officers of the army.. 27 in case of death, &c. of, who to perforın
relief of the destitute in the southern

duties of office, until successor is ap-
and southwestern States to be made

pointed...

168
through...

28 appropriation for pay, &c. of........293, 294
Commissioner of General Land Office,

to make full and detailed report of mode
appropriations for..

. 100, 291

of expenditure of contingent expenses
to continue geological explorations of

appropriation to Congress at each De-
public lands in Nebraska..

119
cember session..

294
to transfer to Treasury Department the

appointment of...

294
appropriation for collecting statistics Commissioner of Pensions,
of mines and mining.
349 appropriations for the...

100
Commissioner of Indian Affairs,

Commissioner of Public Buildings,
power of, to make treaties with Indians

money appropriated to be expended under
repealed

direction of, to be expended under
this act prohibiting making treaties,

direction of chief engineer of the army,
&c. repealed...

18
&c.

9
appropriations for tho.. ...100; 172, 291 Commissioners,
hereafter to supervise the affairs of the

to Indian country, appropriation for ex-
Eastern or North Carolina Cherokees.. 228

penses of...

1
Commissioner of Internal Revenue,

to be appointed to ascertain the amount
appropriations for the, &c....99, 99, 173, 290

of money spent by Indiana and Ohio
not to be required to give bond..

290

in raising, &c. State forces during the
special, to act as director of bureau of sta-

rebellion..

...9, 10
tistics...

97 their powers, duties, mode of working,
to fix fees for inspecting and gauging. 149

&c...

.9, 10
to prescribe form of gauger's return..... 147 for adjustment of claims upon the repub-
when to discontinue warehouse.... 149 lic of Venezuela, pay and travel of, in. 18
authorized to a lopt hydrom:ters, &c.... 125 contingent expenses of..

18
to prescribe rules for inspection of spirits,

upon railroads, to make report to Secre-
&c...
125 tary of Interior, and when....

79
to require changes in distillery apparatus 126 to revise and consolidate the statutes, ap-
to prescribe forms of bond, &c..

127
propriations for.....

111
to make final decision relative to dis- Commissioners of Circuit Courts,
tiller's bond..

127 may take proof of debts in bankruptcy
may require new bond, when..

128 proceedings, subject, &c....... 228
to revise report of survey and direct a re- Commissioners of Election,
survey...

129 three to be appointed in each voting pre-
prescribe locks and scals for distillery... 131 cinct in the cities of Washington and
to exempt distillers of brandy made from

Georgetown....

27
grapes, &c. from provisions of law.... 125 their term of office, dutics, powers, and
to approve of distillery warehouse..... 130

pay...

27
to prescribe rules for entry of spirits in

falsely swearing in certain matters before,
warehouse..
135 to be perjury...

27
to prescribe manner of affixing and can. Commissioners of the Various Offices,
cellation of stamps...

...137, 155

appropriations for the.......97, 100, 291, 292

9

.... 317

.... 259

Commissioners to Foreign Countries,

Congress, (continuel.)
appropriations for, salaries of........56, 319 thanks of, presented to George Peabody.. 20
not to receive salaries while absent from

acts requiring publication of debates in,
post, if, &c...

...58, 321

repealed from March 4, 1869....... 110
Commissions,

proposals to be invited for publishing pro.
no new, in infantry regiments until, &c.. 318 ceedings and debates of

110
Commissions to tuke Testimony,

contract to be made with Rives & Bailey
provisions for executing in the District of

for reporting and publishing the debates
Columbia, to obtain testimony to be

of, for two years from and....
used in suits pending elsewhere...324, 325 if satisfactory contract cannot be made,
Company ?)

debates to be reported, &c. under direc-
ciyhteenth U. S. infantry, clothing to

tion of congressional printer...

347
issue to...

appropriations therefor.

347
Compounders of Liquors,

Congressional Burying. Ground,
definition of...
151 appropriations for care, &c. of...

309
special tax of.

151
how to be expended.

309
to procure and keep a sign, form of..... 132 Congressional Globe and Appendir,
Compound-Interest Notes,

appropriations for..92, 94, 111, 112, 171, 312
issue of temporary loan certificates au-

sets for new members..

312
thorized for the redemption of...... 183 reporting anil printing proceedings of
Compromises,

Congress in....

.93, 94, 171, 312
of suits, &c. under the internal revenue

additional compensation to reporters..93, 171
laws...

60

all acts authorizing publication of debates
when may be made..

166 in Congress repealed from March 4,
Comptroller of the Currency,

1969....

110
appropriations for the, and for office Congressional Journals and Documents,
of....

.98, 173, 290 appropriation for packing and distribut-
may revoke the appointinent of receiver

ing

....100, 172, 291
for Farmers', &c. Bank of Williams-

for collecting, classifying, and pre-
burg, N. Y..

.248, 249
serving..

291
duty of, in respect to reports required by

rooms for, to be assigned in the Depart-
law of national banking associations

ment of the Interior..

292
326, 327 Congressional Library. Sce Library of Congress.
Comptrollers of the Treasury,

appropriations for..

.95, 285, 286
certain balances certitied to by, not to be

pay for enlargement of..

172
modificd by heads of depriments.... 51 Congressional Printer,

appropriations for..........97, 173, 289, 290 appropriation for increased compensation to 35
Confederated Peorius, Kuskuskius, Wens, and

duty of, under the act in relation to the
Piankeshaws,

promulgation of the laws of the United
treaty with, of February 23, 1867....513,518 States..

40
purchasers of land from, to receive parents letiers, &c. to and from on business of
from the United States..
518 office, to be free of postage....

40
certain lands purchased froin the Senecas

appropriation for pay

.....95, 285
and Quapaws, to be sold to..

519
for contingent expenses of office of..

95
will remove to their new hoines within

to print, &c. 3,000 copies of Postmaster-
two years....

519
General's Report..

245
amounts due to the, to be paid them... 519 to print ad litional copies of public doc-

further allowances... ....519, 527 uments, &r, and deliver to joint com-
certain tases to be refunded......519, 527 mittee on library for exchange........ 261
the Miwnies may be united with..

.. 520

duty of, conditionally, as to reporting and
płyment to, for blacksmith tools, &c... 520 printing the debates in Congress...... 347
all claims for losses by the war relin- Connecticut,
w quishal....

520 post-roads established in..... ..272, 273, 327
register to be taken..

520 Connecticut Avenue and Park Railway Company,
those wishing to remain may becoine

incorporated in the District of Colum-
citizens.

520
bia...

..85-88
Congregation of the First Presbyterian Church of Connecticut River,
Washington,

drawbridge may be erected over, near Mid-
act to incorporate the......

8+ dletown, by the New Haven, Middle-
Corress,

town, &c. R. R. Co.....

272
members of, may bc clccted managers of

by the Shore Line Railway Co...... 273
the national asylum for disabled volun. Connolly, Johanna,
tecrs..
1 pension to.

424
monthly payment of salaries, to bo Connolly, Thomas,
made to those who have taken the

pension to..

... 393
required oath...

24 Conservatory,
milcaze to July 1, 1867, to be paid to 21 appropriations for...

.95, 172, 309
to approve constitutions of rebel Stutes,

how to be expended..

309
transmitted to them by the President, Constitution of the United States,
is, &c...

resolution proposing the fifteenth amend-
to declare the States entitled to representa-

ment to the..

346
t:0:, if, &c.

fourteenth amendment to, certified to be
senators and representatives to be ad-

adopted and declared valid... ...... 710
mitted to, from such Statss..

Sec Fourteenth Amendment, &c.

of....

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