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Page. Water works-

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Usury, in making loans or discounts by banking

Corporation of Washington may levy and
associations to forfeit the debt...........

63
collect a water tax

214
Utabs, appropriations for the........

........... 198

May lay down water pipes, erect fire-
Utah Territory-

plugs and public hydrants on any
Indian service in ...... ..............

square .......

215
Salaries of Indian agents in

201

May levy and collect fire-plug tax..... 215
Ways and means, act to provide for the support of

the government .................... 100-104
Weas, provision for relief of the..................

200
Webber, S.C., payment of claim of

198
Vacancies-

Western department, commissioners under the act
In executive departments of the govern-

concerning, to have six months to make
ment, how filled.......

35
their claims ...

239
Not for longer term than six months... 35 West Point, appropriation for support of Military
In levy court, District of Columbia, may be

Academy at ..............

10
filled by President ....

37 West Virginia-
Vaccination among the Indians, appropriation

Act admitting into the Union .....

6,7
for.....

198

Not to take effect until after the procla-
Vattier, J. L., expenditures reimbursed to........ 147

mation of the President.........

7
Victoria, (Vancouver's island,) mail service be-

Counties composing the State.....

6,7
tween, and San Francisco, contract and

Proposed change of the constitution of the
appropriation for........

24
State.....

7
Volunteers-

When act is to take effect

7
Governor of Kentucky may raise not over

Post road in, established..................,

45
20,000 within the State
17 Wichitas, appropriations for the

197,200
Term of service, and where to be employed, 17 Winnebago Indians-
Officers, how appointed and commissioned.

Appropriations for the ......

....... 182, 191
To be mustered into the service of the

Tract of land may be set apart for.........

33
United States.

17 They may be removed from Minnesota .... 38
Two regiments may be mounted riflemen.. 17 Present reservation to be appraised

38
May become three years' volunteers......

17

Improvements to be appraised separ-
Enlistments from, into the regular service,

ately......

38
not allowed ...

132

When to be subject to pre-emption 39
For nine months, or less, may enlist into

Who may pre-empt....

39
regiment from same State to serve one

What is not pre-empted may be sold.... 39
year, and receive bounty ................

140
Minimum price.......

39
In repelling rebel raids in border States.... 148

Improvements, how treated....

39
Claims, how to be determined ......... 148 Lands of, set apari for debt, to be sold by
Register of, to be prepared ...

148
sealed bids

39
Vouchers, afidavit of commanding officer to show

Bids, when and how received

39
loss of ........

16
What taken in payment

39
Proceeds of sale, how disposed of......

39
Lands to be alloted in severalty,

&c.
W.

To be vested in such Indian and his

heirs
Wagon roads. (See Military Wagon Roads.)

Amount of allotment......

39
Lands granted to Wisconsin and Michigan

Annual appropriations for, how expended.. 40
to aid in construction of................

205 Discrimination in favor of faithful chiefs... 40
Wahpakoota Bands of Sioux Indiang,

Indians subject to criminal laws of the
Act to relieve for damages by.

30
United States and State, &c. .........

40
Lands may be assigned to .........

Cannot make valid contracts ..........
Reservations of, to be surveyed.

233
Provision for their education

40
(See Sioux Indians.)

Wisconsin-
Wahpaton Bands of Sioux Indiang,

To constitute part of the eighth judicial cir-
Act to relieve for damages by .............

30
cuit.....

........ 10, 11
Lands may be assigned to ......
232 Made part of ninth judicial circuit ..........

24
Reservations of, to be surveyed..

....... 233
Post roads established in .......

45
(See Sioux Indians.)

Terms of circuit and district courts in ...... 88
Walla-Wallas, appropriations for the ...

193 Act granting lands to, in alternate sections
War Department-

to aid in construction of a military wagon
Appropriations for

75,76
road ...,

205
Appointment of Solicitor of, authorized.... 35 Lands subject to disposal of legislature 206
Salary and appropriation for......

35
Mode of disposal of lands.......

206
Warehouses, wharves, &c., at Staten Island, re-

Mode of constructing roads..

206
pairing.

147

District court in, may issue executions, &c.,
Washington and Alexandria railroad, (see Aler-

in certain cases.......

2!8
andria and Washington railroad) ........ 215 Witnesses-
Washington, D. C.

Depositions of certain, may be taken for use
Appropriation for defence of ....

34
before military courts.........

........ 131
Deeds of public squares and lots in, by Com-

Before courts-martial and courts of inquiry,
missioner of Public Buildings, not invalid

judge advocate may compel the attend-
for want of acknowledgment........ 218, 219

ance of.....

153
Washington navy yard-

Testimony of those residing in the United
Appropriations for ........................ 230

Statey may be taken to be used in certain
Salary of civil engineer at................ 231 suits in foreign countries................
Washington Territory-

Mode of procedure to take..

172
Times and places of holding districts courts

Penalty if witness does not appear or refuses
in...

24
to testify.

172
Post roads in, established
45 Fees and mileage of...

172
Surveying public lands in ................... 145 Commissions to take testimony of, in for.
Indian service in ..................... 198, 201

eign countries in suits in which the United
Water tax-

States are interested, how returned., 172, 173
Corporation of Washington may levy and Witness fees in prize cases, how to be paid...... 161

collect on real estate...... ............. 214 Worden, Commander John L., thanks of Congress
To be uniform ...
214

238
To constitute a fund to defray cost of dis- Wrappers. (See Post Office Department.)
tribution of water ...........

215

or mail matter may be regulated, &c 98

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172

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Page.

Y.

Page.
Writings. (See Stamps.),

Provisions concerning stamps upon, &c.. 5,118
Writs of error-

The United States may prosecute to the Su-

preme Court, without giving security for
costs, &c..

37
Costs, how paid....

37
From State courts to circuit courts, in ac-
tions against officers, for false arrest, &c. 157

Not to be allowed in certain cases..... 157
From circuit court to Supreme Court...... 157

Yanctons, appropriations for the............. 191, 197
Yakimas, appropriations for the. ................

193
Yards and Docks-

Transfer of appropriation for Bureau of.....
Appropriation for Bureau of.........

76, 77,228
Contingent fund of Bureau of......... 149
Salary of civil engineer of Bureau of....... 231

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INDEX

TO THE

PRIVATE LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS

OF THE

THIRD SESSION THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, 1862–'3.

dues ...

E.

A.

Page
Cradlebaugh, John, payment to, for removing re-
Page.
cords, &c.....

261
Admiral P. Tordenskiold, damages to be paid to the Cummins, George W., indemnification for money
owners of the Norwegian bark, the...... 260

borrowed by, of Bank of Smyrna ... 256
Anderson, Alexander D., administrator of John Cunningham, Ann H , payment io, for freed slave. 270

Anderson, decision of Court of Claims
against, confirmed.........

269
Armstrong, Brigadier General, decision of Court of

D.
Claims against, confirmed............... 271

Delaware, indemnification to certain citizens of,

for expenses in equipping volunteers. 255, 256
B.

Dickson, Susan, widow of John, payment to..... 265

Dorsey, John A., payment to, for freed slaves. 270
Bamberger, Emanuel, released from liability on Dyer, Ansel L., repayment to, for tonnage dues... 260
forfeited recognizance

262 Dyer, Joseph W., repayment to, for tonnage
Bamberger, Simon, released from liability on for-

260
feited recognizance...

262 Dyer, William W., repayment to, for tonnage
Bank of Smyrna, indemnification for money bor-

dues

260
rowed of..

256
Barker, Jacob, decision of Court of Claims against
assignees of, confirmed..

271
Baxter, Elizabeth M., pension to

264
Brashears, John C., paynient to, for treed slaves.. 270 Eddy, Joshua, heirs of, adverse decision of Court
Brent, Robert, paymeni to.

261
of Claims, confirmed.....

267
Brocchus, Perry E., payment to, for salary as judge Edwards, Arthur, and others, adverse decision of
in New Mexico...

269
Court of Claims, confirmed....

267
Brooks, Lloyd, payment to, for freed slaves...... 270 Elizabeth Mary, the schooner, fine remitted to

Owners of

............. 263
C.

F.
Caverly, Z. B., account of to be adjusted ........ 272
Clapp, Cyrus, and sureties, released from liability Farmers' Bank, in Dover, Delaware, indemnifica-
on certain mail contracts.

260
tion for money borrowed of...............

256
Clements, R. A., administrator of James N. Mulli- Frank, Antonio, payment to....

can, decision of Court of Claims against, Freeman, Watson, payment to, for expenses in re.
conörmed .....
268 pair of court- house in Boston..............

257
Cook, Isaac, portion of judgment against, remitted. 256 Fuller, Emma L., pension to..................... 263
Corinthian, The, tonnage duties, wrongly exacted,

to be repaid to owners of................ 260
Court or Claims-

G.
To take proof of value of claims of heirs of
Stephen Johnston..

258, 259 Gaither, Kate R., payment to, for freed slaves.... 270
Adverse decision of, confirmed in the fol- Graham, Hannibal, payment to, for extra services, 263
lowing cases :
Anderson, Alexander D..............

..... 269
Anderson, John.........

269

H.
Armstrong, Brigadier General.......... 271
Barker, Jacob, assignees of............ 271 Hamilton, Richard J., portion of judgment against,
Clements, R. A., administrator...... 263

remitted...

256
Eddy's, Joshua, heirs................. 267 Hicks, Thomas, executor of Isaac, decision of
Edwards, Arthur, and others...........

267

Court of Claims against, confirmed...... 269
Hicks, Isaac..........

269 | Housener, Elizabeth, pension to................. 206
Hicks, Thomas, executor.............. 269 Hoyne, Thomas, portion of judgment against, re-
King, Thomas B...
............ 267

256
Knaggs, James W., administrator..... 268
Mitchell, David D.

268
Mullican, James N....................

268

J.
Ward, R. R., and others............... 271
Yale, Moses...........................

268 Jules et Marie, the, damages to be paid to the
Yates, George

267
owners of the French brig........

.............. 255

...... 261

mitted.....

... 271

...... 267

........ 268

stolen ....

......... 281

Page.

Page.
Johnston, Stepben-

R.
Claim of heirs of, to be referred back to

Court of Claims, and proof taken, &c... 258 Renshaw, Caroline T., pension to............... 56
Land scrip to issue to heirs of......... 258, 259 Richardson, Alden B., indemnification for money

borrowed by, of Farmers' Bank....
K.

Russell, W. W., payment to Moses Kelly, admin-
istrator of ..........

971
Kelly, Moses, administrator of W. W. Russell, pay.
ment to, for treed slaves.......

S.
King, Thomas B., adverse decision of Court of

Claims confirmed .............
Knaggs, James W., administrator of Whitmore Saffell, Teresa Ann, payment to, for freed slaves.. 270

Knaggs, adverse decision of Court of Simmons, Seneca G., representatives of, allowed
Claims confirmed............

a credit to, in his accounts for money

257
L.

Smith, Charles, payment to.
Smith, E. 8., portion of judgment against, re-

mitted
Laird, Andrew, payment to......................... 261 Smith, William, payment to..
Laibam, Obadiah B., payment to ................ 264 Snow hook, William B., portion of judgment
Latham, Oliver 8., payment to....................

264
Lord, John, payment io.......................... 261 Stevens, Margaret L., pension to...

against, remitted...

256
Stevenson, Mary, payment to, for freed slaves.... Til
M.

Stevenson, Captain Richard, payment to adminis
trátor of estate of..........

265
Marie, Jules et, damages to be paid to the ownerg
of the French brig.....

255

T.
Mattingly, Ignatius C., allowance to be made to,
in settlement of accounts.....

261
McCormick, Hugh, payment to, for freed slaves.: 270 Thornton, Gilbert E., allowance to be made to, in

settlement of accounts....
Mitchell, David D., decision of Court of Claims

269, 270
against, confirmed ....

268

Tordenskiold, Admiral P., damages to be paid to
Modey, John B., payment to, for services as act-

the owners of the Norwegian bark ...... 260
ing secretary of Nebraska Territory..... 256 Tuerck, Lieutenant Herman, invalid pension to.: 262
Mulican, James N., decision of Court of Claims
against administrator of, confirmed...... 268

v.

........ 288

.. 201

N.

Vanderpoel, Isaac, to be allowed a certain sum in

settlement of accounts.......
Nightingale, the ship, payment to certain of the

crew of
Norwegian, bark, Admiral P. Tordenskiold, dam-

W.
ages to be paid to owners of....

260
Ward, R. R., and others, assignees of Jacob Bar-

ker, decision of Court of Claims against,
P.
confirmed

271

Watson, Benjamin T., payment to........... 264
Paddock, Colonel Joseph, payment to ............. 262 Webster, Sarah, payment to, for freed slaves..... 270
Pensions-

White, George, payment to, for freed slaves..... 271
To Baxter, Elizabeth M.

264 Winans, Eliza, land scrip to issue to heirs of.,259,260
To Fuller, Emma L. ...................... 263 Wood, William Maxwell, payment to, for mile-
To Housener, Elizabeth.

266
age ...

271
To Flummer, Frances H..................

265
To Renshaw, Caroline T......

........... 266
To Stevens, Margaret L.................... 206

Y.
To Tuerck, Herman ........

............ 262
Perry, Mary A., payment to, for freed slaves...... 270 Yale, Moses, decision of Court of Claims against,
Perry, Thomas J., payment to, for freed slaves... 270

confirined

268
Pine, Obarles H-

Fates, George, decision of Court of Claims against,
Portion of judgment against sureties of, re-

confirmed .....

267
mitted
He not to be released.....................

256 Young, George, amvont of fine for violation of
257

the revenue law, remitted .......
Plummer, Frances H., pension to................ 265 Young, Thomas, amount of fine remitted to.....

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