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Indian Department-Continued.

Indians,
appropriat.ons-

certain, entitled to benefit of homestead... 420
bidders to furnish supplies, goods, &c., for

title to lands acquired not subject to alien-
Indians to accompany their bids,

ation or incumbrance, for how long.. 420
with certified check, &c., for 5 per

interest of, in tribal property..............
cent. of amount of bids.............

450 certain entries of homesteads by, confirmed
failing to make contract when awarded

Secretary of Interior to withhold from any
to forfeit check....

tribe holding captives other than In-
when contract executed, check, &c., re-

dians, moneys due, until, &c........ 424
turned to bidder....

appropriation for continuing collection of
agents to make rolls with names of In-

statistics, &c., of .......
dians and beads of families or lodges,

no payment to, at war with United States.
&c., entitled to supplies at their agen-

labor on reservation required of, equal in
cies ........

value to amount of supplies......... 449
to give out supplies to heads of families

exceptions .........

449
and not to heads of tribes or bands.. 449 agents to make ont, at commencement of
not to give out supplies for more than

fiscal year, rolls of, entitled to sup-
one week.........

449
plies ......

449
sureties on Indian agents' bond to file

supplies, how given out to ....

449
statement of property ............... 450 Indians in Colorado,
agent to keep book of expenditures, con-

deficiency appropriation for.....

412
tracts, and receipts ........

451 Inhabitant,
quarterly transcripts .................

no suit to be brought against, of United
keeping false, or failing to keep, penalty. 451

States in other district than that of
re-imbursement of United States by Kas-

which inhabitant, or where found, ex-
kaskia, Peoria, Wea, and Piaukeshaw

cept, &c.....

.... 470
Indians .......

451 Injunctions,
Secretary of Interior to sell part of Chick-

to remain in force, &c., on removal of suit
asaw trust-stocks to relieve necessi-

from State court to circuit court.....

470
ties, &c............................

| Inland and Seaboard Coasting Company of the
consent of nation to be first obtained..

District of Columbia,
to pay to treasurer of Cherokee Nation

act to incorporate........ ......... 513
certain amount from trust-funds..... 451 Inland Mails,
copy of act of national council to be first

appropriation for transportation of...... 341
received ................
statement of Secretary of Interior of items

all persons shall bave full and equal enjoy-
of appropriations for, what to contain

*ment of accommodations, &c., of, see
and wheu to be printed.............

Civil Rights .....

336
Indian Hostilities,

Inspector-General's Ofice,
appropriation for expenses incurred in sup-

appropriations for ........

360
pressing, in Montana in 1867........ Inspector of Gas and Meters. See Gas-Works.
Indian Inspectors,

appropriation for salary of, and of assistant. 376

Intercourse Acts,
appropriation for pay of ..

422
number of, fixed....

appropriation for detecting, &c., violations
422

of..............
traveling expenses of............
Indian Interpreters,

Interior Department,

appropriations for .......................363-366
appropriation for pay of .......... ........ 422
Indian Office,

for compensation of Secretary, assistant

secretary, clerks, &c......
appropriations for...................364, 412, 413

for Bureaus and officers of..............364, 365
Indian Reservations,

for secretary to sign land-patents........ 363
commissioners to be appointed to survey,

for captain of the watch and watchmen.. 363
&c., Seneca Indian villages in Allo-

for stationery, furniture, and miscellane-
gany reservation in New York.......

ous expenses........................

363
appropriation for surveying, &c. .......... 384 for distribution of documents........ 363
Indian Service,

for rent and fitting up additional rooms
appropriation for detecting, &c., frauds in.

for Pension-Office and Bureau of Edu-
deficiency appropriation for, in Montana...

cation ..........

363
supplies, under appropriations, how distrib-

for casual repairs, fuel, lights, &c........ 363
uted .......................

for official postage-stamps...............

363
copies of contracts for, to be furnished Sec-

for printing and binding for........... 371
ond Auditor before payments........ 450 for safe for disbursing-clerk.......

374
bidders under advertisements for supplies,

to enable, to participate in International
&c., exceeding $5,000, what to do....

Exhibition .......................

400
Indian Territory,

deficiency appropriation for..........411-413, 417
appropriation for Indian agents for tribes in. 421

Internal Revenue,
for interpreters for Indian agencies in ...

collectors of, may appoint, &c., deputies;
to pay expenses of general council of In-

compensation of; may require bonds
dians in...

from ; actions on bonds, how brought;
post-roads established in.....

authority of deputies; responsibility
489
for acts of..........................

309
Indian Trust-Funds,

may be allowed and paid for advertising,
appropriation for payment of interest on..448,449

&c.; accounts of, to be verified ; fur-
Indian War,

ther allowance to, in certain cases;
appropriation for payment of volunteers for

not to have salary unless, &c........ 309
services in, in Oregon and Washing-

documentary stamps, limit of time for re-
ton Territory ....., ...... 417 | demption of........................

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Internal Revenue-Continued.

tax on bank-checks, &c., rate of...........
penalty for carrying on business by liquor-

dealers, &c., without payment of spe-
cial tax, giving bond, &c............

310
penalty for affixing imitation stamps as

trade-marks, &c., to casks, &c., con-

taining, &c., distilled spirits......... 311
special taxes on liquor-dealers, &c .........
distillers in certain cases not subject to
dealers' tax..............

311
brewers in certain cases not subject to
dealers' tax..........................

311
remission, &c., of certain ....

C., li certain ................
tax on certain circulating notes issued, &c., .

by firms, corporations, State banks,
&0................................

311
tax on circulating notes other than those of

pational banks paid out by banks,
firms, &c...........................

311
tax on certain circnlating notes, return of,

how and when made; penalty for
failure to make......................

311
stamp-tax not to be imposed on medicinal

articles prepared according to formula
of dispensatory, &c., if formula is re.
ferred to on label, &c......

312
tobacco may be withdrawn for export from

factory on transportation-bond in lieu

of export-bond, see Tobacco......... 312
penalty for fraudulently claiming, &c.,

draw back on manufactured tobacco,
how recovered ......

312
tax on distilled spirits; how and when

paid ............................... 339
tax on tobacco, snuff, and cigars increased. 339
increase not to apply to tobacco on wbich

tax is paid before act takes effect.... 339
tax on tobacco, &c., to fill contract made in

writing prior to February 10, 1875, to
be a lien thereon, and shall be paid

by purchaser under contract .........
penalties, &c., for sale or removal before
payment of tax ........ ...........

339
appropriations for Bureau of............ 351
for dies, paper, and stamps.............

351
for salaries and expenses of collectors, su-
pervisors, &c ...............

352
for miscellaneous expenses.......
for detection and punishment of viola-

tions of internal-revenue laws ......
limit to compensation of gaugers...... 352
for salaries and expenses of officers of ...
to pay expenses for prosecution of offenses

against ...........
transfer on books of Treasury authorized, to

adjust account of expenditure for
dies, paper, and stamps for Depart-

ment of ...........................
deficiency appropriation to adjust account

of expenditure for dies, paper, and

stamps for Department of.......... 407
brewers' stamps, how procured, affixed, and
canceled .......

484
penalty for failure to affis and cancel.... 484
Secretary of Treasury to release claims

against mining, &c., companies for
tax on circulation of evidences of in-

debtedness on certain terms.......... 507
tax to be paid on same issued hereafter.. 507
Internal Revenue Laws,
acts imposing fines, penalties, &c., for of-

fenses by internal-revenuo officers,
&c., extended to all persons acting
under, and to persons having custody
of public money....................

312

Pago.
Internal-Revenue Officers,
acts imposing times, penalties, &c., for of-

fenses by, extended to all persons act-
ing under internal-revenue and cus-
toms laws, and to persons having cus-
tody of public money................

312
Internal-Rerenue Stamps,
documentary, time for redemption of, lim-
ited ..............................

310
on bank-checks, &c. ................

310
penalty for affixing imitation of, as trade-

mark, &c., to casks, &c., containing,
&c., distilled spirits ........

311
not to be required on receipt in receipt-book

of certain savings-banks............ 340
International Exhibition,
appropriation for engraving, &c., certificates

of centennial stock for....
Government not committed to meet ex-

penses of.......
to enable Executive Departments, &c., to
participate in...

........
heads of Departments authorized to dis-
play articles at.....

400
Government building for, cost and pay-
ment for...........

400
limit of Government expenditure for ......

400
International Penitentiary Congress,
appropriation for expenses of commissioner
to .................................

290
President authorized to appoint commis-
sioner to attend........

..........
Interpreters. See Indian Interpreters.
to legations, &c., appropriations for salaries
of .........

...........321-326
to consulates in China, Japan, and Siam,

transfer in accounts of Stato Depart-

ment for salaries of.....
Inralid Pensions,
deficiency appropriation for clerk to Commit-
tee on......

403
Iowa,
appropriations for office of surveyor-general

in ................................366, 382
for Indian agents for tribes in ........... 421

no salary to be paid unless, &c........ 421
for school at agency in ..................

421
post-roads established in....

489
Iowa Indians,
appropriation for payment of interest to .. 431

for interest on trust-funds of ............ 449
Iron and Steel,
appropriation for experiments in testing... 399
for improved machinery and instruments

for testing American iron and steel.. 399
board for determining by actual test the

strength and value of, appointment of,

&c...
Issues of Fact,
in admiralty causes in circuit courts may be
submitted to jury ..................

315
in patent canses, beard in equity by circuit

court, may be submitted to jury...... 316
Italy,

salary of minister to ......... ........

405

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Pilge.
Jail in District of Columbia, .

Jurors—Continued.
appropriation for completion of..........

374

citizens possessing all other qualifications
Jails,

sball not be disqualitied for service as,
deduction from term of sentence of prisoners

on account of race, color, or previous
confined in, for offenses against United

condition of servitude; penalty for
States........

479
excluding, &c ......::

336
clothes and money to be furnished, in cer-

appropriation for, of United States courts.. 373
tain cases, to prisoners on discharge

Jute-Butts,
from .............
480 rate of duty on...

303
.
James River, Virginia,

Jute, Flat, or Ramie,
appropriation for improvement of.......... 459 certain machinery adapted to manufactures
Japan,

from fiber of, admitted free of duty
appropriation for steamship mail-service to. 342

for two years......

308
interpreters to consulates in, transfer in ac-
counts of State Department for sal-

K.
aries of............................. 405 Kansas,
duty of consular officer to ascertain whether

appropriation for office of surveyor-general
immigrant from, to United States has

in ........

......366-382
entered into contract for service for

for Indian agents for tribes in........ 421
lewd and immoral purposes..........

for interpreters for Indian agencies...... 422
citizen of United States transporting subject

post-roads established in .....

43
of, to or from United States, without

sito to be procured for post-office, courts,
consent, &c., punishment for.........

&c., at Topeka, Kans .............. 517
contract for service of such person void..
477 appropriation for ........

517
salary of minister to .....

483 Kansas Indians,
of secretary of legation to..... .... 483 appropriation for payment of interest to... 431
Jersey City, N. J.,

for subsistence and care of ....

447
Secretary of Treasury to procure site for pub-

how to be refunded..........

447
lic building at, authorized by act 1873, Kaskaskias,
ch. 295 .............................

appropriation for interest on trust-funds of. 449
proceedings for condemnation, how to be

part of funds of, may be withdrawn to pur-
conducted .......

chase seeds, &c ....................

449
limit of cost ....

re-imbursement of United States from funds
Johnson, F. H.,

of, for advances made, &c .......... 451
appropriation for payment to.

407 Kelly, Milion,
Joint Committee on Printing,

appropriation for payment to............. 406
alphabetical index to session-laws, formerly

Kennebec River, Maine,
prepared under direction of, discon-

appropriation for iinprovement of ..... 460
tinued .............

401 Kenosha, Wis.,
Joint Committee on the Library,

appropriation for improvement of harbor at 456

Kentucky,
appropriation for purchase of works of art
by ..............................

490

post-roads established in........
perinission of, requisite for use of rooms in

appropriation for completion of public build-
Capitol for works of art............ 376

ing at Covington ......
to extend use of books in Library of Con-

Kickapoo Indians,
gress to Regents of Smithsonian Insti-

appropriation to carry out provisions of
tution resident in Washington .......

third article of treaty of June 28, 1862,
Jones, J. M. W.,

with, to pay seven, who bave become
appropriation for payment to..............

412
406

citizens, &c.....
Judgments,

for payment of interest to, settlement,
of Court of Claims, appropriation for pay-

support, &c., of

431
ment of ..........

King of Hawaiian Islands,

appropriation for expenses of visit of, to
Judges of United States Courts,

United States

313
authority of, to obtain testimony of accom-

Kiowas,
plices, by dismissal or engagement to

appropriations for
dismiss proceedings, not affected by

only to be paid to those remaining peace-
1874, ch. 391, s. 19 ......

303
ably on reservations ................

423
Judicial Districts,

for subsistence of, in Indian Territory ...
Perry County, Tennessee, transferred from

for support, civilization, &c., of captive.. 448
western to middle judicial district... 480

Klamaths,
Judicial Expenses of the Government. See Legis.

appropriation for payment of installments
lative, &c., and Ciril Expen8cs.

to ........ .....................

431
appropriations for .......

.... 368, 369, 373 | Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad Company,

Secretary of War and Attorney-General may
issues of fact in admiralty causes in circuit

adjust claim of United States against 335
courts may be submitted to......... 315 limit of time for settlement; security for
finding of, to stand as finding of court,

payment ..........................
unless, &c.........

315 prosecution of claim not to be delayed ;
issues of fact in patent causes, heard in

what allowances may be made ;
equity by circuit courts may be sub-

claims against United States to be
mitted to ..........................

released.........
verdict of, how treated and proceeded on 316
Jurore,
in District of Columbia, how to be drawn Lacey, Robert B.,

and impaneled until February 1, 1875. 293 | appropriation for payment to ........ .... 410

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application of balance due, to payment of

certain checks drawn by Roger S.

Greene.
Land-Districts,
Dalles district in Oregon establisbed..... 294,
land-office in...........................

295
register and receiver....

295
sales of land in, and in old district...

295
Land-Grants,
to Oregon Central Pacific Railway Compa-

ny for right of way, depots, &c...... 306
Land-Grant Railroads,
actual settlers wbo have paid for lands

within limits of grant to, forfeited to
United States by failure to build road,
entitled to enter unoccupied lands,

519
Land-Offices
in Dälles district in Oregon........

295
register and receiver at...

295
sales of land at.....

295
Lands, Public,
title of United States to certain marsh-land

in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin,
granted to owners abutting on and
draining same......................

293
homestead and pre-emption settlerson,

whose crops were destroyed by grass-
hoppers in 1874 allowed to be absent,
&c .... ......................

294
adverso rights not to attach during ab-
sence ..............................

294
time for final proof and payment extended 294
sales of, in Dalles district, in Oregon....... 295
title of United States to certain, in Pima

County, Arizona, relinquished to cer-

tain occupants......
proceedings to determine rights of claim-
ants ...............................

305
claims to be filed within what time...... 305
not to extend to any reservation of United

States, nor prejudice adverse right.... 306
when title is determined, surveyor-general

to cause claims to be surveyed, &c.. 306
patents to issue ........................

306
parts not shown to have been occupied to

be open to pre-emption or homestead

settlement ........................
occupants for less than twenty years to

bave priority of rights.............
right of way, &c., on, granted to Oregon
Central Pacific Railway Company...

306
appropriations for surveyors-general and

surveying .........................382-384
for expenses of collecting revenue from
sales of..........

384
deficiency appropriation for surveying ..... 411
disclaimer of title to unappropriated, by
people of Colorado..................

475
in Colorado, not to be taxed ....

475
appropriation of, to Colorado for several
purposes ...........................

475
of 5 per cent. of proceeds of sales of.. 476
right of way throngh, and to take materials

from, granted to railroads incorpo-
rated by States, Territories, or United
States..............................

482
desert-lands in Lassen County, California,

to be entered by citizens reclaiming
same by irrigation .........

497
steps to be taken, proof of reclamation... 497
desert-lands defined....................

497
right of way, &c., through, granted to Dan-

iel P. Holland, proprietor of Jack.
sonville, Pensacola and Mobile Rail-
road, for construction of railroad, &c. 509

Lands, Public-Continued.
patents to be issued to certain Ottawa and

Chippewa Indians for selections made *
by them in certain lands in Michigan,
but not regularly reported and ap-

proved prior to act "1872, ch. 424.. 516
Indian settlers on certain sections in Michi-

gan to have right to enter eighty
acres .........

516
bona-fide, &c., settlers on lands reserved for

Indian purposes, under treaty with
Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, to be
entitled to enter one hundred and

sixty acres, &c............ ........ 516
actual settlers who have paid for lands

within limits of grant to railroads
forfeited to United States by failure
to build road entitled to enter unoc-

cupied lands, &c.................... 519
Secretary of Interior to withdraw from sale,

&c., one hundred and sixty acres in-
cluded within limits occupied by

Holy Cross Mission, Dakota......... 519
to convey said lands to Holy Cross Mis-
sion................

... 519
Lands reserved for Public Use,
cutting or destroying trees on, of the United

States, punisbment................ 481
destroying fences, walls, &c., inclosing,
punishment........

481
driving cattle, &c., into, punishment......
Lassen County, California,
citizens to be entitled to enter lands in, re-

claimed by irrigation....
steps to be taken, and proof of reclama-

tion....
desert lands defined .................... 497
Lastings,
woven or made in patterns, &c., and fit for
buttons exclusively, rate of duty on.

307
Lawrence, Effingham,
appropriation for payment to.......

408
Laws,
of United States, reception and preserva-

tion of originals of, by Secretary of
State.........:::::.............

294
appropriation for publishing ..............

349
for publisbing in newspapers............

404
to secure stereotype-plates of, owned by

Little & Brown .....................
Leavenworth,

appropriation for military prison at....... 390
Legal Rights,
act to protect all citizens in their civil and..335-337

See Civil Rights.
Legal-Tender Notes,
redemption of, in excess of three hundred

millions, upon issue of increased cir-
culation to national banks, in ratio
of 80 per cent...

296
redemption of, in coin, after January 1,
1879 ................................

296
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Expenses,
appropriations for, for year ending June 30,

1876 ...
Senate ..

. ............344, 345
pay and mileage of Senators......

344
of officers, &c., of Senate......

344
Kate Dodson..........

344
stationery and newspapers.......

345
clerks to committees and pages...

345
horses and mail-wagons.......

345
miscellaneous expenses..........

345
reporting debates.......

345
Capitol police ...

345

306

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appropriations for-

pay of officers, privates, and watchmen 345
one-half into contingent funds, each,
of Senate and House..............

345
House of Representatives.....345-347
pay and mileage of Representatives and
Delegates..............

345
of officers, &c., of House...........345, 346
Henry Douglass.....

346
clerks to committees...........

346
folding documents...

347
number of folders limited..

347
horses and mail-wagons.....

347
fuel, furniture, and repairs ..

347
postage-stamps for Clerk, &c

347
packing-boxes and cartage.

347
miscellaneous items...

347
newspapers and stationery .......

347
pages .....................

347
public printing ....

347
pay of Congressional Printer, clerks,
and messenger.......

347
contingent expenses of office........ 347
Library of Congress..........

pay of Librarian and assistants..... 347
purchase of books and periodicals..
exchange of public documents ....... 347
contingent expenses.................

copyright business...................
Botanic Garden and green-
houses..................

347
improvement, and purchase of trees and
sbrubs, &c ............

347
pay of superintendent, assistant, and

laborers .......
public buildings and grounds. 348
clerk and messenger........

348
gardeners, foremen, and laborers....... 348
laborers at Capitol and furnace-keeper. 348
heating-apparatus of Library of Con-

gress...............................
employés at Executive Mansion ........ 348
draw-bridges and bridge-keepers...... 348
watchmen for sqnares, reservations, &c. 348

contingent and incidental expenses.... 348
Executive..

348
President and Vice-President.......... 348
private secretaries, clerks, steward, &c. 348
contingent expenses....

348
official postage-stamps................ 348
State Department...............348, 349
Secretary, assistants, clerks, &c........

348
Chiefs of Bureaus........

349
additional force required for new build-

ing ................................ 349
publication of the li.ws .......... 349
proof-reading, stationery, books, maps,

&c................................. 349
contingent expenses, rent, fuel, &c..... 349
reut of stable, &c......

349
lithographing ........................

349
official postage-stamps.................

349
editing, &c., laws and statutes...... 349
rent of building on Fourteenth street.. 349
Treasury Department ....349-357
Secretary, assistants, clerks, &c ....... 349
Supervising Architect, clerks, &c......

350
Comptrollers, clerks, &c.....

350
Commissioner of Customs, clerks, &c. 350
Auditors, clerks, &c....... ....350, 351
Treasurer, assistant, clerks, &c........ 351
Register, clerks, &c.......

351
Comptroller of the Currency, clerks, &c.
special examinations of national banks 351

Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Erpenrcs- Cont'd.
appropriations for-
internal revenue.... ........351, 352
Commissioner, deputies, heads of divis-
ions, clerks, &c..............

331
dies, paper, and stamps ............... 331
salaries and expenses of collectors ..... 352
of supervisors, store-keepers, agents,
&c.............

332
detection and punishment of violations
of internal-revenue laws...

332
Light-House Board...

352
Bureau of Statistics.......... 352
Treasury Miscellaneous.......352, 353

stationery for Department and Bureaus 352
oflicial postage-stamps .......
contingent expenses ......

...352, 353
Independent Treasury ......... 353-355
office of assistant treasurer at-
New York.......

353
Boston ......

353
San Francisco....

354
Philadelphia ....

354
Saint Louis......

354
New Orleans...

354
Charleston......

354
Baltimore .....

354
Chicago....
Cincinnati.........

355
office of depositary at-
Pittsburgh......

355
Santa Fó.........

355
Tucson, Ariz.....

355
designated depositaries at Buffalo and
Pittsburgh........

355
contingent expenses for the collection,

safe-keeping, transfer, and disburse-
ment of the public money ...........

355
checks and check-books............. 355
special agents.....................

355
mints and assay-offices........355-357
Director of the Mint, examiners, clerks,
&...............

355
contingent expensés.......

356
recoinage of gold coins....

356
Mint at Philadelpbia......

356
at San Francisco.......

356
at Carson...

356
at Denver ......

356
at New Orleans........

356
assay-office at New York.......

357
at Boisé City ....

357
government in the Territories

357-359
Arizona .......

357
Colorado..............

357
Dakota ...

357
District of Columbia ...

359

357
Montana..................

358
New Mexico.......

358
Utah ............

358
Wasbington...................

358
Wyoming .......

359
War Department..

.359-362
Secretary, clerks, and contingencies...
examining and copying rebel archives. 359
Adjutant-General's Office ............. 360
postage on official matter of Department
and Bureans ..............

339
Inspector-General's Office.

300
Quartermaster-General's Office....

360
Paymaster-General's Office...

361
Commissary-General's Office...

361
Surgeon-General's Office......

361
Chief Engineer's Office.......

361
Office of Chief of Ordnance...

361

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