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1174 TREATY WITH THE WINNEBAGOES. FzB. 27, 1855.
should any of the Indians to whom tracts may be assigned, thereafter
abandon them, the President may take such action in relation to such
abandoned tracts, as in his judgment may be necessary and proper.
Payments
der an-
former tres- ARTICLE 5. All unexpended balances now in the hands of the agent
thow to be of the tribe, arising under former treaties, for schools, pay of interpreter
mae. therefor, support of blacksmiths and assistants; and also of the sum of
ten thousand dollars set apart by the treaty of October thirteenth eigh-
teen hundred and forty-six, for manual-labor schools, shall be expended
'and applied, in the opening of farms, building and furnishing of houses,
and the purchase of stock for said Indians. And the stipulations in
former treaties providing for the application or expenditure of particular
sums of money for specific purposes, are hereby so far modified and
changed, as to confer upon the President the power, in his discretion, to
cause such sums of money, in whole or in part, to be expended for, or
applied to such other objects and purposes, and in such manner, as he
shall deem best calculated to promote the welfare and improvement of
said Indians.
Payments not ARTICLE 6. No part of the moneys stipulated to be paid to the Win-
to be taken for nebago Indians by these articles of agreement and convention, nor any
debts. of the future instalments due and payable under former treaties between
them and the United States, shall ever be taken, by direction of the
chiefs, to pay the debts of individual Indians, contracted in their private
dealings, known as national or tribal debts.
Pregmption ARTICLE 7. The missionaries, or other persons who are, by authority
rtigs in said of law, now residing on the lands ceded by the first article of this agree-
cession. ment, shall each have the privilege of entering one hundred and sixty
acres of the said ceded lands, to include any improvements they may have,
Grant of land at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre: and such of the mixed
to the mixed bloods, as are heads of families, and now have actual residences and im-
blood Indian. provements of their own, in the ceded country, shall each have granted
to them, in fee, eighty acres of laud, to include their improvements: Pro-
vided, however, that said entries and grants shall in no case be upon, or
in any manner interfere with, any of the lands improved by the govern-
ment, or by or for the Indians, or on which the agency building, saw
and grist mill, or other public or I.uli'tn improvements have been erected
or made.
Laws extend- ARTICLE 8. The laws which hare been or may be enacted by Con-
ed to said home. gress, regulating trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes, shall con-
tinue and be in force within the country herein provided to be selected
as the future permanent home of the Winnebago Indians; and those
portions of said laws which prohibit the introduction, manufacture, use of,
and traffic in, ardent spirits, in the Indian country, shall continue and be
in force within the country herein ceded to the United States, until other-
wise provided by Congress.
Roads may be ARTICLE 9. Ali roads and highways authorized by law, the lines of
constructed, which may be required to be laid through any part of the country herein
provided as the future permanent home of the Winnebago Indians, shall
have right of way through the same; a fair and just value of such right
being paid to the Indians, in money, to be assessed and determined
according to the laws in force for the appropriation of land for such
purposes.
Provisions as ARTICLE 10. The said tribe of Indians, jointly and severally, obligate
to conductofsaid and bind themselves, not to commit any depredation or wrong upon other
tribe. Indians, or upon citizens of the United States; to conduct themselves at
all times in a peaceable and orderly manner; to submit all difficulties
between them and other Indians to the President, and to abide by his
decision; to respect and observe the laws of the United States, so far as
the same are to tiem applicable; to settle down in the peaceful pursuits
of life; to commince the cultivation of the soil; to educate their children,

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TREATY WITH THE WINNEBAGOES. PFm. 27, 1855. 1175
and to abstain from the use of intoxicating drinks and other vices to Pa.ments may
which many of them have been addicted. And the President may with- thbead
hold from such of the Winnebagoes as abandon their homes, and refuse .......
to labor, and from the idle, intemperate, and vicious, the benefits they
may be entitled to under these articles of agreement and convention, or
under articles of former treaties, until they give evidences of amendment
and become settled, and conform to, and comply with, the stipulations
herein provided; or, should they be heads of families, the same may be
appropriated, under the direction of the President, to the use and enjoy-
ment of their families.
ARTICLE 11. These articles of agreement and conventiou, shall be This trety to
in lieu of the "Articles of a COnvention made and concluded between be in lien o an
Willis A. Gorman and Johnathan E. Fletcher, on the part of the United unraed oe.
States, and the chiefs and headmen of the Winnebago tribe of Indiansp on
the 6th day of August, A. D. 1858," and the amendments of the Senate
thereto, as expressed in its resolution of July twenty-first, eighteen
hundred and fifty-four; to which amendments the said Winnebago In.
dians refused to give their assent, which refusal was communicated to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, by the governor of Minnesota Territory,
on the twenty-fourth of January, eighteen hundred and fifty-five.
ARTICLE 12. The United States will pay the necessary expenses. Expense of
incurred by the Winnebago delegates in making their present visit to visit to Wash-
Washington, while here, and in returning to their homes. ington to bepald.
ARTzCLE 13. This instrument shall be obligatory on the contracting
p arties as soon as the same shall be ratified by the President and the
Senate of the United States.

In testimony whereof, the said George W. Manypenny, commissioner


as aforesaid, and the said chiefs and delegates of the Winnebago tribe of
Indians, have hereunto set their hands and seals, at the place and on the
day and year hereinbefore written.

GEORGE W. MANYPENNY, Oommiuiomr. [L. S.]


WAW-KON-CHAW-KOO-HAW,
The coming Thunder, or Win-no-shik, his x mark, [L. 8.]
SHO-GO-NIK-KAW, or Little Hill, his x mark,[L. a.]
MAW-HE-COO-SHAH-NAW-ZH-CAW,
One that Stands and Reaches the Skies, or
Little Decorie, his x mark, [L. s.]
WAW-KON-CHAW-HOO-NO-KAW,
Or Little Thunder, his x mark, [L. s.]
HOONK-HOO-NO-KAW,
Little Chief, or Little Priest, his x mark, L8.
HONCH-HUTTA-KAW, or Big Bear, his x mark, [L. S.]
WATCH-HA-TA-KAW, or Big Canoe, his x mark, _L.a.
HA-ZHUN-KEE-KAW, or One Horn, his x mark, L. S.
HA-ZEE-KAW, or Yellow Bank, his x mark, L. s.
BAPTISTE LASSALLIER.
In presence of -
Gzo. CuLvEu,
ASA WmrT,
JoHN Dowzin,
J. E. FLBTCHEt,
PEMTER M"Aau, U. S. Adp.
And whereas the said treaty having been submitted to the Senate of
the United States, for its constitutional action thereon, the Senate did, on
the third day of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, advise and con-

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1176 TREATY WITH THE WINNEBAGOES. FEB. 27, 1855.
sent to the ratification of its articles, by the following resolution, in the
words and figures following, to wit: -
" I EXECUTIVE SESSION, SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
"Miarch 3, 1855.
". eolved, (two thirds of the senators present concurring,) That the
Asmnt of Senate advise and consent to the ratification of the articles of agreement
Senate. and convention made and concluded at Washington city, on the twenty-
seventh day of February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, between George
W. Manypenny, commissioner on the part of the United States, and the
following named chiefs and delegates, representing the Winnebago tribe
of Indians, viz: Waw-kon-chaw-koo-kaw, The Coming Thunder, or
Kin-no-shik; Sho-go-nik-kaw, or Little Hill; Maw-he-coo-sha-naw-zhe-
kaw, one that Stands and Reaches the Skies, or Little Decorie; Waw-
kon-chaw-hoo-no-kaw, or Little Thunder; Hoonk-hoo-no-ka*, Little
Chief, or Little Priest; Honch-hutta-kaw, or Big Bear; Watch-ha-ta-
kaw, or Big Canoe; Ha-zhun-kee-kaw, or One Horn; Ha-zee-kaw, or
Yellow Bank; and Baptiste Lasallier; they being thereto duly author-
ized by said tribe.
"Attest: ASBURY DICKINS,

Now, therefore, be it known, that I, FRANKLIN PIERCE, Presi-


dent of the United States of America, do, in pursuance of the advice and
consent of the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of March third,
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, accept, ratify, and confirm the said treaty.
In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the United States to
be hereto affixed, having signed the same with my hand.
L. Done at the city of Washington, this twenty-third day of
s.] March, eighteen hundred and iy-five, and of the inde-
pendence of the United States the seventy-ninth.
FRANKLIN PIERCE.
By the President:
W. L. MARCY, &rtar.

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APPENDIX.

1. Reeing an apprehended !wa amo of meico.


BY THE PSIDENT OF THE UITED STAT s OF AKERWA,

A PROCLAMATION.
WExrtzAs there is reason to believe that a military expedition is about to be Preamble re-
fitted out in the United States, for the purpose of invading the Mexican Re- speetg an ap-
public, with which thid country is at peace; and whereas there is a reason to prehenead lava-
apprehend that a portion of the peopla of this country, reardles of the-r d-on of 'he ex -
ties as good citizens are concerned in, or may be seduee to take part in the United
same. And whereas such enterprises tend to degrade the chara&er of the States.
United States, in the opinion of the civilized world, and are expressly pro-
hibited by law:
Now, therefore, I have issued this my Proclamaton, warning all persons who Warning
shall connect themselves with any sue enterprise, in violaton of the laws and aaist such in-
national obligations of the United States, that they Will thereby subject them- ustn
selves to the heavy penalties denouncel against such offences; that if they
should be captured within the jurisdiction 6f the Mexican authorities, they
must expect to be tried and punished according to the laws of Mexico, and
will have no right to claim the interposition of this government, in their behalE
I therefore exhort all well-disposed citizens Who have at heart the reputation Citizens exhort
of their country, and are animated witha just regard for its laws, its peace, ed not toie
and its welfare to discouritenance and by all lawful meanis prevent anjr such Ii sch l3Wa"0
enterprise; and I call upon every officer of this Government, civil or military, Officers to at-
to be vigilant in arresting for trial and punishment every such offender. rest offenes.
Given under my hand the twenty-second day of October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and the seventy-sixth of the
Independence of the-United States.
(Signed) MILLARD FILLMORE.
BY THE PESIDENT:
(Signed) J. J. CRITTENDEr,
Acting Secretary of State.

2. Respectng an appreheiaded Invasion of Mexico.


BY THE PRESIDENT OV T13M UNITED STATES Op AXEEICAS

A PROCLAMATION.
WHEnnASs iuformation has been received by me that an unlawful expedition Preable as
has been fitted out in the State of California, with a view to invade Mexico- a to expedition
nation maintaining friendly relations with the United States -and that other fiti out in
expeditions are organizng within the United States for the same unlawful pur- C ornia
pse.; and.whereas certaincitizens and inhabitants of this contry, umindful agamnst Mexico.
of their obigations and uies and of the rights of a friendly Power, have parti-
cip.ted,
national and are about
and sto threateninf
p cipate, to thesetranquillity,
in our enterprises,and
so are
derogatory
character thereby to our
incur-
rigte severe penalties imposed by law against such offenders-
Now, therefore, I, FRA .LIN PIERCE, President of the United States, Wamingto all
have issued this my proclamation, warning all persons who shall connect them- engad in such
selves wth any .such enerprise or expedition, that the penalties of the law de- expedition.
nounced against such criminin conduct will be rigidly enforced : and I exhort
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all good citizens, as they regard our national character, as they respect our laws
2O~cm direct or the law of nations, as they value the blessings of peace and the welfare of
ed to prevent ittheir country, to discountenance, and by all lawful means prevent, such criminal
and arrest of enterprises; and I call upon all officers of this Government, civil and military,
fenders. to use any efforts which may be in their power to arrest for trial and punish-
ment every such offender.
Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at Washington,
ry.- S-3 this ehteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thou-
sand eight hundred and ity four, and the seventy-eighth of the in-
dependence of the United States.
FRANKLIN PIERCE.
By T PuswEN:
W. L. MARCY, Sar." of State.

8. Re~pean an apprWendecl ravasion of Nk~a


]BY THE PXSDNT OF THE UITED STATES OF AXEEICA,

A PROCLAMATION.

Preamible as Wmmas information has been received that sundry persons, citizens of the
to expedition United States, and others residing therein, are en in organizing and fitting
ftng out out a m expedition for the invasion of the islad of Cuba
Cubs. And whereas the said undertaking is contrary to the spirit and express stipu-
lations of treaties between the United States and Spain, derogatory to the cha-
racter of this nation, and in violation of the obvious duties and obligations of
faithful and patriotic citizens;
And wheiea it is the duty of the constituted authorities of the United States
to hold and maintain the control of the great question of peace or war, and not
suffer the same to be lawlessly complicated, under any pretence whatever;
And whereas, to that end, all private enterprizes of a hostile character within
the United States, apist any foreign power with which the United States
are at peace, are forbidden, and declared to be a high misdemeanor by an ex-
press act of Congress;
Warning to U Now, therefore, in virtue of the authori vested by the Constitution in the
en i such esident of the United States, I do issue this proclamation to warn all persons
exde~iUon. that the General Government claims it as a right and duty to interpose itself for
the honor of its Lag, the rights of its citizens, the national security, and the pre-
not fail to of
servation the public
prosecut with due energyfrom
tramnquillity, all those who,quarter
whatever menaced;
unmindful ownit will
of theirand and
their country's fmne, presume thus to disregard the laws ofthe landnd our
o e all good citizens to discountenane and prevent any move-
prevent itand mnt in conft with a ndnational faith; especiall carndis-
etener iitatoreys, collectors, and other offeets ofthe UnitedStates, civl or mili-
~Of
mainainig th autort and preserving te peaceofteUidSaes
Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at Washington,
rSBAI] the tbrty-firt day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand ight
hundred and fity-four, and the seventy-eighth of the i4dependence of
the United States.
FRANKLN IERCE.
By TEE PRWE me:
W. L. MARCY, Sekry qf We,

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APPENDX.7 1179

L Beapeng Dub" muter Beasproc 1eya vita Grea Brtasn.


UT TMlz PzUsInT Or THE HumTED STATUS Or AMMOA,

A PROCLAMATION.
Wimezs,by an act of the Congress of the United States, approved the fiM Preamble.
day of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-for, ente "An act to 1864, oh. 2 9.
carry
on theinto
fiftheffect
day ofa treaty
June, between
eighten the Unitedand
hundred States and Great
fift-four," it is Britain,
providedsigned
that,-
whenever the President of the United States shall receive a y evidence
that the Iapral Parliament of Great Britain and the Provincial ents of
Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward's Island have pse
laws, on their part, to give full efect to the provisions of the sd teaty, he is
authorized to issue his proclamation declaring that he has such evidence:
* And whereas satishctory information-has been received by me that the Im-
perial Parliament of Great Britain and the Provincial Parliaments of Canada,
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward's Island have passed laws, on
their part, to give full effect to the provisons of the treaty aforesaid:
Now, therefore, I, FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the United States of oertain artels
America, do hereby declare and proclaim that, from this date, the folowing to be duty bree
articles, being the gwth and produce of the said provinces of Cada, New in secoadiac.
rswik,No tand'Piince Edward's Islan -to wit: grain, flour, and -Wyt"
breadstufis of all kinds ; animals of all kinds; fresh, smoked, and salted meats; am Bitat.
cotton-wool; seeds and vegetables; undried fruits; dried fruits fish of all kinds;
products of fish and all other creatures living in the water; poultry; eggs; hides,
. skins, or tails undressed; stone or marble in its crude or unwrought state;
slate; butter, cheese, tallow; lard; horns; manures; ores of metals of all kinds;
coal; pitch, tar, turpentine; ashes; timber and lumber ofall kinds, round, hewed,
and sawed, unmanufactured in whole or in "part; firewood, plants, shrubs,
and trees; elt; wool; fish oil; rice; broomeorn and bark; gypsum, groimd
or unground; hewn, or wrought, or unwrought burr, or grindstones; dyestufb;
flax, hemp, and tow, unmanufactured; unmannfactured tobacco; rap; - sliall be
introduced into the United States free of duty, so long as the sud treaty shall
remain in force; subject, however, to be suspended in relation to the trade with
Canada, on the condition mentioned in the fourth article of the said treaty; ana
that all the other provisions of the said treaty shall go into effect and be observed
on the part of the United States.
Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, the sixteenth day of
. March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
" fifty-five, and ofthe independence of the United States the seventy-
ninth.
FRANKLIN PIERCE.
Br = PEIXXT:
W. L. MARCY, Sqcar of &aoe.

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INDEX TO VOLUME X.

A.
PAGZ under graduation law, before whom to
Abby, Pancis, 27, be made ......................... 708
register to issue to .................. 785 consuls in, ..................... 629
Alena, Ths,
name of, changed ................ 780, 781 title of consul-geneisl may be bestowed
Academ, M4fitw. See Miiiteny Academy. in ............................... 6.6
Acapulco, Agents, Cbmaerci. See ComrialAgents.
consul at ........................... 621 general at for appointment of, at sundry
Accessory 7iyansit Co., places, .................. 621, 622, 623
register of vessels o ........... f 800,301 of American claims at London, pay
Account of ............................. 668
of military contributions in Mexico,... 218
of marshals .................... 165 166 of dcpartments to give bonds ........ 578
of clerks of court ............... 165, 166 of customs, appointment of .......... 272
of district attorneys ............ 165, 166 of post-ofllce, authority to search for let-
of mint ....................... 197, 213 ters carried out of the mari,.... 140, 141
of public printer ................ 261, 573 for mails across Isthmus of Panama,... 111
respecting military contributions in for Indians, contracts of, with their prin-
Mexico .......................... 108 cipal, not recognized ........... 2, 56
of sundry individuals. See their names. AgriculturalSatistics,
Acknowledgnats,
of deeds and other wrtn the In- Aa*appropriations
Julia, for, 95, 108, 292, 567, 664, 673
dian country, may be taken by Indian payment t. ........................ 823
agents ........................... 701 Aix taM apell,
consul at ...................... 620
registry of ......................... 725 Alabama;
Adair, John, session of district courts in.......... s
settlement of accounts of ............ 674 middle district in ................... 5
Afdimo, & RL, five per cent. fund and school reserva-
payment to ........................ 805 tions in, ........................ 158
Adjuita-t General settlement of claims of,.. 109, 218, 211;, 630
appropriations for oee of, 80, 81, 194, 195, pa ent to ........................ 219
tif,, 651 cedar reservations in, to be sold, .... 9
school lands of township 1, of IAnge'
appeal from decisions in, of district court 10 B .......................... 275
of California ..................... 84 in the twelve miles square reerva-
costs and fees in, ............... 161, 162 tion ......................... 299
record of eases in, )tow made up ...... 168 a mail contract in, extended ......... 598
Adertisement, land surveys. ....................... 593
of uncalled-for letters in a foreign Ia. Alantht.s tress,
guage ........................... 40 further purchase qf, for public ground,
for proposals to supply paper for the forbidden ......................... 207
public printing................81 Aatross, 71e,
for proposals to build mint buildings at a...... 756
San rancisco, ................... 96 idne¢toS,issue to............
Alca,regiter
of uncalled-for letters in Cglifornia and 9l1owed to enter certain land ......... 74a
Oregon....6.................. 225 Alden, Hiram 0.,
Advertised Leta authorized (with James Eddy) to eon-
postage on ................... 642 itruct a telegraph to the Paeific, .... 610
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1182 INDX.

Aleradria, 5'103 F AG3


approriation for public buildings Aplu r poine) agencies, and trming
in,.. 672
ousLL At, .......................... 621 houses to be established ......... 980
Alerandriaand Washington Railroad, territorial boundaries to be adjusted,. 980
extension into the District of Columbia presents to the Apaches ......... 980
authorized ........................ 810 when treaty to be binding .......... 980
authorized to bridge the Potomac, .... 810 how construed .............. 980
Alian y Subtances, . appropriations for .............. 818, 687
appro o for experiments on ..... 320
from eourts in imi ........... 84
right of way granted to ...... 754 from decisions of commissioner of pat-
Almanac, (NauW*AJ ents ............................. 75
appropriations for the,. 221,588, 676 from action of, steamboat inspectors, .. 67
compensation of the naval offceir en- from decisions of California laud com-
aed pon, ................. 583 missioners ....................... 99
what papers necessary on,......... 13
made a port of delivery ............. 148 fr our of Washington Territory,. 176
surveyor of the customs there, ........ 148 from courts in Kansas .............. 287
Nebraska,................... 280
register to issue to, under the name of from District to Circuit Court in Cali-
The Harbiner ................... 781 fornia ........................... 681
-, register to isae to, under the name to Supreme Court, in California land.
of The Abby Francis ............. 781 claim cases, ...................... 682
Ameria, The,
registry of, ......................... 728 Consul at, .......................... 622
Americm Arches. See Docmentary Ala- Appoistinnt,
of assistant postmaster-generals ...... 2 55
Americn Baptist Wudssonwy Union, of new registers and receivers, .... 159, 245
reservation for, in treaty with Shawnees, of surveyor-general in California, ..... 244
of May 10, 1854, ................ 1054 of assistant secretary of state, author.
AJeiou Natical Almanac. Bee Almanac. Ized ............................. 212
Amg, Petr, of additional appralser.general ....... 201
pension of ................... 862 of midshipmen, of the different kinds,
Am*1 and of naval pupils, reulatd ....... 102
consulat...................... 631 of new registers and receivers, .. 25, 26, 41
Amsterdam, of superintendent of Indian affairs in
consul .......................... 620 Californi* ........... 2
A~a, 2 4 of oficers of the new regiments . 888
register to issue to, under the name of of public ministers, &c.......... 619, 628
S. Andrew, ... .............. 856 of consuls, &c ................. 620, 628
Aneon,
d D, of steamboat inspectors,
settlement of accounts of .......... 842 local ........................ 68, 64
-, Wi/Wmit E., supervising ................. 70
payment to ........................ 21 of Inspeetors of the customs in Texas,. 88
Andrew, Asa, of guagers at New Orleans,... ...... 98
settlement of account. of ............ 804 of resident agents on Isthmus of Panama, II1
Anu, Ann W., of associatelaw-agent in Califrne, ... 99
pension of......................... 840 Apportionment,
Annapolit. Bee Naval Acadeim. of representatives from CWW i4 .... 35
Appmt-er-General,
consulat, ......................... additional to be appoint
622 the Pacifie
coast, ............... .......... 201
chig of terminus to, of Havre line of Apprriation s,
steamers, authorized ........... 112 for Indian affairs, the army, navy,1 bit-
consul At, ......................... 622 hounss, custorm-houses, pnbli build.
Apaces. See Camanchs. ings, military Academy, fortiications,
treaty of July 1 1852, with .......... 979 poitoofice department, harbors, an
authority of NUited States acknowl- rivers, deficiencies, roads. See those
edged, ......................... 979 tides.
peace to exist,.................... 979 general, civil, and diplomatic appropria-
the Apaches not to assist other tribes tion bill for 1852-............... 76
in Hlties .................... 979 legislaive ............... 76,79,96
good treatment of citizens of the libraryv. ..... ............. 77
United States by rations at peace excv en....... ............. 77
with them, ..................... 979 state department............. . 77
cases of aggression on them, to be hoe deprent,. 77,78,79,80
.....
referred to government ........ 979 war department, .............. 80, 81
laws of U. 8. to be conformed to,... 979 navy department, .............. 82
provisions against incursions into postnoy e department, ......... 83, 83
Mexico ...................... 979 psint ........................ 88
person inurin; the Apaches to be teritorie................... 88, 84
an punished, ........... 90 jritie,................. ,,8
free passage over the Apache territory, 980

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Appropriate, (continued.) Appropiatios, (continued.)
surveyors-general, and their clerks, 85 territories .......... 197, 198, 214
light-house establishment,... 85, 86, 98 judiciary ................... 198
Independent treasury ............ 86 surveyors-gneral, and their
coast survey ................. 86, 87 clerks ................... 199
marine hospitals ................ 87 light-house establishment, 199, 200,
custom-houses ................ 87, 88 201
forei.n intercourse ......... 88, 89, 90 independent treasury ........ 201
public lands ..................... 90 coast and lake surveys, .. 201, 202
land surveys ................ 90,91 salary of superintendent,. 209
boundary between Missouri and custom houses .............. 202
Iowa, ........................ 91 hospitals .................... 202
public buildings ......... 91,92,93 forein intercourse .......... 203
public grounds and streets,.. 92, 98, 94 CentralAmerica, ....... 208
supply of water, ................ 92 salaries of ministers resi.
insane asylum ................. 92 dent ............ 20, 204
bridages, ................. 92, 98 commissioner to China, .. 204
patent-office building..........93 Sublic
lands ............ 204
miscelaneous ............... 94 durveys . . 204, 205, 206
California laud claims) ....... 94 public buildings ........ 206,207
annuities and grant ........ 94 pulic grounds, . ....... 206, 207
cemetery near Mexico ....... 94 gardener, duties of ...... 206
claim ..................... 94 no more alanthus trees to
seamen, .................. 89,94 be purchased, .......... 207
J. Elliott, .................. 94 bri ................ 206, 208
C. H. Sherman, and others, .. 94 supely of water ............. 206
penitentiary ................ 94 auxiliary guard ............ 206
census,- ................... 94 Washingt6 *nmy... 200,206
insane paupers ............. 94 overseers .................. 207
boundary with Mexico,.... 94, 95 patent-office building ....... 208
librarian of patent-office, ..... 95 miscellaneous ......... 208,209
statuary. ................... 95 California land commis-
Chickasaws ................ 95 sion ................. 208
revenue cutters .............. 95 penitentia, ............ 208
loan-office certifieates ........ 95 msane paupers ......... 208
books for members of Con- 250 copies of Statutes at
grew .................. 95, 96 Iar and-Index ...... 208
Documentary History ....... 95 'icultural statistics,.... 208
publishij debates, &c ...... 96 steamboat inspectors, .... 208
patent-off, . ......... 95,96 paper, ............. 208, 209
mint in Californi, .......... 96 patent-office hbrary ..... 209
Massachusetts .............. 97 Mexican boundary commission, 209
Maine ..................... 97 extension of time....... 209
Index to Statutes at Large, . 97 assay office in New York, .....209
§ 3 of act of 1846, ch. 175, respect-
clerks, &c., clussifiecation of clerks in the
ing employment of departments ...... 209, 210, 211
continued in force, ............. 98 chief clerks ............ 211
transers of, in navy department, .. 104 appointment of clerks, ... 211
in army. department, ..... 107, 108 heads of dep artmets my
generally, ................ 98,99 alter distribution of
when to o to surplus fmds,.... 98,99 clerks, ............... 211
exception of light-house appro- compensation of vice-president
priations ................... 112 and heads of departments
other appropriations, raised ................... 219
on account of fire at the capi- refining of gold in private es-
tol ................... 1,3,24 tablishments, ........... 212
payment to Mexco- ......... 2 appointment of assistant secre-
Cuban prisoners ............ 2 tary of state authorized,.... 212
ocean steamers ....... 21, 22,61 outstauding debentures for coal
capitol, .............. 17, 18, 146 to be anelled ......... 212
general, civil, and diplomatic appropria- 3 of aft of 1846, cl. 175,
tioa bill for 1853-4 ................ 189 respecting emploment of
legislative ............. 189, 190 clerks, &-, revived. ..... 212
library,................ 190, 191 purchase of U. S. stock author-
catalogue.. .. , ......... 191 ized ..................... 212
executive .................. 191 Assay office to be established at
state department, ............ 191 New York. Bee Aay Offie.
treasury department, 191, 192, 198 salay of assistant treasurer at
home department, ....... 193, 194 Now York, raised ....... 214
war department, .... 194, 195, 196 relief of Amos Proctor ...... 214
navy department ......... 196 statue of Andrew Jackson,.... 214
post-office department, ... 196, 197 land-office at Pontotoc, ....... 214
mint, ...................... 197 accounts of D. S. MeCauly, .... 214

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*raprinces, (continued.) of Congress,.. 578
Appropdo, (continued-) salary of chalains
appropriation for Wahington ter. salary of clerks in the mints, ...... 578
ltor, ............ ...... 2 14 speca agents to give bonds. ..... 578
for eleto mesengers........... 149 report of warden of penitentiary,. 573, 574
for roads in Minnesota, ............. 150
" " " Oregon,.............. 151 of commissioner of buildings
for equestrian statue of Washington .... 153 and grounds, ......... 573, 574
for public buildings in Minnesota ...... 243 expenditure of appropriations for .574
for Washington Territory. 178, 179, 214 uiins, grou, and streets,..
for depositaries, ........... 172........ of $10,000,000 to fulfil treaty with Mex-
12
generivil, and diplomatic appropri- co. ...................... 801
ation bill, for 1854-5 ............... 546 to defray expenses of Caue war ..... 581 311
legislative .............. 46, 547 for suffeers in The San Francisco .....
pper and pr ng,...... 47, 567 for employees of Congress ......... 595
ibrary5.................. 47, 548 for improvement of Cape Fear River.:. 307
executive,I ..................... 548 general, civil, and diplomatic appropria-
state department, ............ 548 tion bill for 1855-6 ................ 643
treasury department, ..... 58, 549, 550 legislative ................. 644, 645
550 paper and printing ............ 645
lighthose-bard ..............
light-house establishment, .... 62, 563 .645
551, 552
home departent, ........... employees .......... 644, 645
clerks,.- 552 executive ........ ........ 645
surveyorsgeeral, andI
com'r of public buildings,.... 552 state department, ......... 645, 646
sup't of public printing,.. 552, 558 treasur department,. 646, 647, 648, 664
war department, ............. 55, 554 building...................... 648
navy department,............... 554 light-house board ............... 648
post-office department, ........... 555 light-house establishment, .... 657, 658
mints ..................... 555, 556 light-houses, ............... 658, 671
territories, . . ........ 556, 557 home department,... 649, 650, 651, 664
judiciary.............557, 558, 567 bridges....... .6 64....9....
mlsellaneous,....... 58, 566, 567 surveyors-general, and clerks, 650,
claims, &c.................. 558 651, 661
seamen..--.... ........ 558 com'r of public buildings, .... 651
Cherofee agent,- ........ 558 sup't of printing ............. 652
558 natent-office fund ......... 673
steamboat inspetors ........
books ...................... 56 war aeprment, ............ 651, 652
Schoolcraft's history ......... 567 navy department, ........... 652, 653
map...... ......... 567 post-office department ........... 65
-
.........
agrcultural stastics ......... 567 building ................... 653
penitentiary, 567 mints ....... t............. 653, 654
courts ...........--
Norfolk, ---
....................... 5675.........
567 paper and printing,. 653, 654, 673, 674
654
assay office, N. Y.. ..............
insane paupers, ................... 567 terrritories ........... 654, 655, 666
hospital5............... 567,568 judiciary,............. 655, 656, 662
N. E. boundary survey .......... 568 miscellaneous ...... 656, 657, 667, 668
568, 570 claims ................. 656, 657
Mexican boundary, ......... independent treasury .......... 656
coast survey ............... 558, 559
custom houses, .. 5 560, 561, 571 steamboat inspectors .......... 67
coast survey ............ 657,661
marine hospitals-, .... 562, 571, 572
forei interourse ..... 563, 564, 565 custom-houses .......... 658, 659, 672
.
C... & ............
k 564 foreign intercourse ........ 659, 660
3. S. Pendleton, ............ 564 collection of land revenue, ........660,660 661
rewards of salvors5.......... 564 land surveys ............
captives of Queen Charlotte's. 565 Mexican boundary ........ 661, 664
sand ..............
San jun grd, .. . 565 penitentiary ................ 602, 662
asylum for insane .......... .. 662
J. B. Holmans........... 65 public buildings and grounds, 662, 663k
land revenue ........-.......... 565 664, 673, 674
565,566 ahitol ................... 663
land surveys ................ 664
pub. buildings and gronds,561 569, 570569 'ashington aqueduct, .........
capitol extension, ........... transportation of certain persons 664
Annals of Congress, ........... 570 from San Diego to San Francisco,
reporlng and publishing ........ 570 deficiencies, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 670
Globe and Appndix, .... ... 570 mode of preparing estimates for,.. 670
Documentary Htory............ 570 contract with Hiram Powers, ..... 674
compensation of employees ....... 572 Indian treaties, .............. 674, 675
libry officers ................... 572 Arctic expedition .... ....... 676
custody of collections of exploring court of claims ......... ...... 668
expedition............... 572 contingencies in Nebraska; ......... 02
salary of coliector at Buffalo Creek, 578 and Nebraska ..... 724
libraries
MI in Kasas
defnces at Proctor's Landing,
adjustment of printers' aount,.. -573
clerks of assistant treasurer at New 78
York,--------------........ Mr . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 617

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Appm witn, (continued.) Arkansas, (continued.)
itors, .................... 618 former sales confirmed, .............. 14
four additional revenue cutters, 630
...... grant of land to, for a railroad,... 155, 156
British claimants ................ 703, 704 limits of Western Judicial District in,. 269
emploo a of congre r
.............. 724 sentences in Western Judicial Dis-
Aquatic, 74 trict ........................ 269, 270
register to issue to, under the name of Arnno, Juan C.,
The Martha, ..................... 844 adjustment of accounts of .......... 880
Architect, Armiead, Elizeth,
of custom-house at New Orleans ..... 87 pension of,.........................
Arnornee 743
Arires of Ministers, Comsus, ft
persons not citizens not to have access to, 623 appropriations for,.. 107, 217, 578, 637, 638
to be delivered to successor .......... 626 superintendent of ............... 217, 578
Ardic ExpeDion, compensation of commissioners on,.... 294
expedition for relief of .......... 676, 723 compensation of superintendent of, .... 638
extra pa to officers and crew of ...... 100 Arms,
Arfodson, & rie D., appropriation for .................
distribution of, to the States .......... 639
637
payment to ........................ 89
Argentdne Confederation, building for custody o&at Washington, 665
treatyoffuly 10, 1853, withfor free nav- inquiry as to expedieney of manufactur-
gation of the Parang and Uruguay, 1001 ing of, by contract, ................ 218
free navigation of the Paran, and distribution of, to Iowa ............. 218
Uruguay conceded ............. 1002 Arms=on, Gen. Robert,
loading and unloading of ships,.... 1002 T. to family of, for sword of Gen-
beacons and marks ............. 1002 eral Jackson ..................... 723
uniform system for collection of du- Arnstnng, Robert,
ties and dues .................. 1002 settlement of accounts of ............ 769
government and possession of the Army,
island of Martin Gar4 ......... 1002 deficiency, appropriation for ....... 16, 17
navigation of said rivers in time of 2ppropriation bi for 1852-3 ...... 60, 105
war. .......... 1003 part may be used for 1853 -4, .... 105
South American government may ac- extra pay of, when serving in Calfor-
cede to this treaty ............ 1003 nia, New Mexico, or Oregon ..... lo8
United States to have privileges of ration of paymasters' clerks; ........ 108
most favored nation ........... 1003 pay of Fremont's mounted riflemen,
treatyofommerceof July 27,1858,with, 1005 anti their subsistence ............ 108
pretual amity, ............... 1006 pay of Seminole warriors for services
reciprocal freedlom of commerce, ... 1006 in 1835......................... 108
protection of citizens, ships, &c. 1006 claims of States for advances for, in
ships of war, and post-office and pas- Mexican war. See those States.
senger packets, ............... 1006 Blue Lick Springs to be examined
C1most favored naton" clause, ....1006 as a site for a military asylum,.... 110
provision against discriminating du- asylum for insane of ............... 92
ties on account of nationality of an officer of, to bo assigned to each light-
growth or produce .............. 1007 house district .................. 119
provision against discriminating du- engineers in. See Enners.
ties on account of nationality of employment of officers of the, in the
vessels .................. 1007, 1008 coast survey ..................... 86
how nationality of vessels is to be general appropriation bill for 1853-4,.. 214
settled. ....................... 1008 salary of military storekeepers in Ore-
privileges of citizens as to trading or gon, California, and New Mexico, . 215
closing business .......... 1008, 1009 companies of light artilley to be re-
case of death of citizens in territory mounted, ...................... 215
of the other ................... 1009 arsenals may be abolished ......... 217
provision against military service, report to be made respecting manufac-
forced loans, taxes, &c.......... 1009 turing arms by contract, .......... 218
consuls ..........................1010 extra pay to garrison of FortLaramie, 218
their archives to be inviolate, ...... 1010 promotion in corps of topographical
diplomatic agents and consuls to engineers, ...................... 219
have privilcgeb and rights of those Western Military Asylum .......... 219
of the most faored nation ..... 1010 survey of railroad route to the Pacific, 219
treatment ot citizens of eithe- party deficiency appropriation for, . 184, 185, 186
in time of war ............... 1010 p.,y of ohicers employed in astronomical
houses, persons, ard property, p'o- expedition to Cli.i.............. 188
tection of ..................... loll ge -eal appropriation bill for 1854- 5, . 576
ye ious privileges ............. 101 so.p. rintendence of armorips ........ 578
bunials ......................... loll p.y I Fremont's volunteers........ 582
Argentine Republic, bill ta increase the pay of, .......... 575
public minister to ................... 619 bo:.nbv on reinlistment ............ 575
secretary of legation at ........... 6 promotiun in ............... 575, 576
consul in ..................... 211 pay of, %hen on fatigue duty ....... 576
Ark aose appropriations for, in deficiency bill,. 294
sale of military reserve in, ....... 141 general appropriation bill for 1855-6,615

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Army, (continued.) Assistant Astronomer,
board for settlement of claims of Fre- salary of ........................... 681
moots volunteers, abolished ....... 638 Assistant Dragoman.
offiee of commanding general, ...... 638 office of, abolished, .................. 187
appointment of officers for the new Assistant Examiners,
gements ....................... 638 in patent-office, additional to be appoint.
arsenals and armories ......... 637, 638 ed .............................. 670
ordnance ........................ 637 pay of ............................. 674
camels and dromedaries ............ 639 Assistait Postmater.General,
armament of fortifications. ......... 637 to be appointed by the President, with
extra pay, extension of, act for ..... 639 advice and consent of the Senate, ... 255
roads ........................ 637, 638 salary of ........................... 276
annual distribution of anus ........ 639 Assistant &crekm of Sate
capitol extension,................. 638 to be appointed ..................... 212
four additional regiments to be his salary and duties ................ 212
rased ......................... 639 Assistant 7'reasrer,
appropriation therefor ......... "639 of Noew York to be treasurer of assay
deficiency, appropriation for .......... 666 office ............................ 212
building at Washington for preservation his salary incroased to $6,000, from the
of trophies and custody of arms, &c., time that office opens .............. 214
of District of Columbia, ........... 665 at New York, clerks of .............. 578
grade of lieutenant-general temporarily when chief clerk of may act in place
revived in,................. 723 of. .......................... 573
Arnold, (UtharineB., at Boston, additional clerk of ....... 538
pension of ......................... 849 Astrno4oi Rpedto,
-,John, to Chili, pay of officers engaged in, ... 188
extension of patent of, to representatives Astoria,
of .......................... 776, 777 compensation of collector at ......... 25
Arnow, Joseph, Asylum,
claims of heirs of, to be adjusted, ...... T44 for'the insane in the District of Colum-
Awnraps, bia, and the army and navy, 92, 682, 688
appropriation for, ................... 107 military, examination of Blue Lick
Arvsst, Springs as a site for ............ 110
on civil process for debt forbidden in Asylam, St. Joseph's Male Orphan,
District of Columbia, .............. 153 incorporation of. .................... 846
of persons charged under laws of the Athens,
-U. S. with crime, process for ....... 162 consul at, ......................... 622
Arsenals. See Anzwries. Atcachds to Legations,
such ma be abolished as shall be judged all acts authoring, repealed ......... 626
expedlent ........................ 217 Attorney-Genera)
the one at Newcastle conveyed to that duty of, respecting appeals from land
town ............................. 219 commissioners in Callfornia ....... 99
appropriation for one at Benla, ...... 579 increase of salary of, ................ 212
appnropriaion for ................... 638 appropriation for office of,............ 656
may attend before commissionecs to ood-
title of consul.general may be bestowed ify laws of District of Columbia,.... 648
Attorneys,
in.........628 distric See Disft*t Attorneys.
sSalat............. ........ 621 fees of, which are to be taxed as costs, 161, 162
in District of Columbia, duty of, as to
kon,California, office of, prospectively persons violating act forbidding cireu.
abolished ........................ 12 lation of small bills ............... 601
AM Office, Auditor. See Treas Dqartma,
to be established in New York ....... 212 Aunsma, Abraam,
officers, &e., in. ....... .... 212 increase of pension of ............... 851
bullion aud gold dust roy be left at,... 218 Austria,
transfer of metals assayed t the mint,. 213 public minister to ................... 619
Chauges in ......................... 213 secretary of legation to .............. 619
room and machinery for ....... 213, 214 consuls in ..................... 621, 622
minlat law to apply to ............ 213 Auziliary Watch,
to be subject to iules of director of the compensation of ............... 206, 603
mint, ......................... 213 aupropria$non for ............... 663
assistant treasurer to be treasurer of,... 212
his saary ...................... 214 onsulat .......................... 622
appropriation for ............... 209 Averl, Loieen,
at slewYork, appropriation for buildings payment to ........................ 185
at, .......................... 561, 562
salaries at New York ............ 634
bullion sent from, to the mint, form of,. 658
Ea65ae., Chrh,
_ hiplan for lights to be tested,
secretary of the treasury may contract ...... 248
for, in ealforu ............... 97, 98 Bden,
at branch mint in Califori .......... 12 consulat ...................... 621

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Baden, FrancesS., Bavaria, (continued.)
pension of ..................... 757, 868 expenses. ........................1024
Baygery, R600c04, other German States may accede, ... .1024
pension Of, ......................... 816 citiens not to be delivered up,......1024
Bahia, extradition of persons coimmitting
consul at, .......................... 622 crimes in the 'State to which they
Bail in District of Columbia, have fled, ...................... 10 4
no person to be held to, for debt...... 158 duration of this convention, ........ 1025
Baker, Wmon, consul in, .......................... 621
payeent to ......................... 780 Bayard, Antony W.,
-, Jacob, Bension of, .......... ......... 857
pension of .................
Bawwin,,Ira,
819
name of Fohe
orest City, dianged to, . 755
la wrrato issue to,............. 794 Bayilands,
payment to..................... 794 consul at .......................... 629
Balestier, JosepAb Bayport, (Itorid)
settlement of accounts of ............
Baltivire, 89 made aport of entry, ............... 46
Beacons. See Lighathous.
pay of deputy naval officer at ........ 99 Bae, E. P.,
appropriation for buildings at, ......... 610 settlement of accounts of ............ 671
Baltioreand Ohio Railroad, Beaubien, Joan Baptiste,
authorized (on a certain con"tinency) to land-patent
Bedient, William,to issue to ............... 805
extend the road into the District of
Columbia ...................... 811 pension of ......................... 750
Bandgor, (Me) Bed"oll, Prsha,
apporation for buildings at, ........ 6s7 Bee payment ljh to, ........................ 55
Bazrba, tates,
conuls in, ......................... 621 payment to widow and heirs of, ....... 781
Barbadoes Behrings Shraits,
consul at, .......................... 622 survey of .......................... 104
Barcelona, Beionsul at ..........................
consul at ......................... 621 621
Belfast,
made a port of delivery ......... 310, 811 consul at .......................... 620
Barloo'sPkn arnt, appropriation for buildings at,......... 571
purchase for West Poin ............. 579 Belgium,
V 'ehool ............... 584 public minister to ................... 619
Barnard, %artstian, secretary of legation to .............. 620
payment to ........................ 757 consul in........................... 620
-, Lnuns. Bdde, SamuelA. Co.
payment to ........................ 1040 settlement of account of ........ 847, 848
BaMWett, Thompson, Beknap, Ann C.,
payment to ........................ 757 pension of ......................... 747
Barstabe,(Mass.) Belleview, (Iowa,
apropriations for buildings at ........ 672 grant of land to ................ 157, 758
Benicia,
appropriations for, 106, 216, 217, 577, 578, appropriation for arsenal at,...... 579, 688
637, 641 Bcnnett, Albert G.,
Barton, W~1i~am, payinent to ........................ 793
pension of ......................... 809 -, B. B.,
Baste, pension of, ......................... 757
consul at .......................... 621 Bentley, George M.,
Bastrop Grant, pension of ..................... 827, 866
confirmation of claims in the .... 299, 300 Brmuda,
preodmption in, ..................... 626 consul at, .......................... 622
Batavia, Berths,
Bates,commercial
Lewis H, agent at, ................ 622 insenv.eels, provisions respecting, 716
Berta and =-~a
claim of, to be audited and paid, ...... 763 time for filing claim of, to land in Cali-
-. Lincoln, forna, extended .................. 268
pyavne t to ........................ 851 Bib, The,
Batcl, Laac L., reconstruction or repairs of ........... 22
estate of, released from a judgment, ... 771 Bids,
Batteries, for articles for navy ............ 585, 592
appropriation for ................... 641 Biennial Register,
Baury, Mary, appropriatlon for the, 21, 209, 290, 646, 653
pension of ......................... 762 Binding,
Bavaria, of ertain public documents ...... 145, 190
extradition treaty with, of September 12, Billns, Small,
1853 .......................... 1022 circulation of, in District of Columbia,
citizens not to be surrendered, ....... 1022 forbidden ............... 599, 600, 601
engagement for extradition ....... .1028 contracts in consideration of,made void, 600
warAnts, ........................ 1023 penalties, ...................... 600, 601

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Bop, GMr G., o. (continued.)
extension of patent of............ 77, 777 no article of trade to be prohibited in
Bisphac, John,E., Borneo,.. 909
payment to exector of,.............. 777 duties on vessels ad other exactions, 909
W m to, no duty on exports, ............... 910
increase of pension of ............... 774 ships of war to visit ports freely and
Blancrd, Willxn S., purchase supplies ............ 910
adjustment of claim of .............. 685 wrecks .......................... 910
Blockades, trial of cae where American citizens
definition of, and provisions respecting, are concerned .................. 910
in treaty with Boston,
Guaemak, ..................... 881 pay of deputy naval offlier at, ........ 99
Perm ..................... 937, 988 mail from, to Halifax, ............... 139
San Salvador .................. 895 appropriation for court-room at, ....... 83
Blodyeu, Slvanu, Boston Coiner,
pension of ......................... 780 consent of congress to cession of,by Uas-
Bu LWk Springs, sachusetts, to New York, ........... 602
examination of, as a site for a military Boston HumansSociet,
asylum ........................... 110 appropriation to be expended by ...... 658
RacEhe, Botanic Garden,
allowed to enter certain land ..... 849, 850 filling up, &a., of, appropriation for, ... 678
Mut, S. F., Bun-dary,
payment to ........................ 760 appropriations for running the,
Blyte and Co. with Mexico .............. 17, 94, 95
payment to ........................ 667 provim ato location,.. 17, 94, 95
Boand between Iowa and ssoun........ 22,91
of navy offieers, to form a retired list,.. 616 with Mexico, appropriation for ranuing, 661
Boatstain., extra pay of escort of commission
pay of. ............................ 680 for ........................... 639
Boga, HenY C., between Choetaws and Chickasaws..... 675
time for filing claim of, to land in Call- with Mexico, restriction on appropria.
fornia, extended, ...... ........ 268 tion for removal in part .......... 149
Boilers of Steamboats, appropriation for, ............... 209
- inspectors of ....................... 63 extension of time ............... 209
inspection of ..................... 64,65 with Mexico, appointment of officers to
how to be constructed ............... 64 mark, ........................... 296
of what to be constructed ............ 69 appropriations for marking ....... 568
water line in ....................... 69 salary of officers to mark ........ 568
pressure allowed on ................. 65 between Alabama and Florida, connec-
Boiler Plate, tion of surveys with ............ 593
inspection of,'.. ........ 69, 70 Bou14, 7e
manufacture of,.... . ........ 9, 70 regfitr to issue to .............. 767
to be stamped, .................... 69, 70 Boimd,
penalty for counterfeiting stamps on, or on renlistment in the navy .......... 627
using stamps of another ........... 70 Bounty Land,
reulation of act, 1852, c. 106, respect- warrants for, made assignable ........ 3
ig, dispensed with in certain cases, . 262 pregmptioners may use, in payment
Bo4li for their lands ..............
public minister to ............... 619 pay of register for locating.......4
secretary of legation to .............. 620 act of 1850, &h. 85, granting, extended,. 4
Bomby, length of service, how computed,.. 4
consul a .......................... 621 surrender of warrants for, and relo-
Bonds cation thereof ................ 150
of consuls and of commercial agents,.. 623 correction of erroneous locations,
warehouse, on goods from British Prov- and entry of, ............. 256, 257
inces, cancellation of .............. 633 time for satisfying claims for, ex-
to be given by special agents ......... 578 tended .......... ....... 267
by the additional Indian agents,... 333 widows claims for ........ 581, 582
when steamboat is seized .......... 69,74 members of Congress entitei to
of disbursing clerk in the patent-office,. 96 benefit of bounty land act of 1850, 576,
Books, 589
for members of Congress, appropriations additional act gran.t, ....... 701, 702
for,............. 95, 96, 586, 591 Virginia Military. ee Vyinia.
distribution of, to members of Congress, Bouton, RidhardAi.,
what allowable ................... 188 payment to, ........................ 799
Bordeaux, purchase of patent of, for percussion
consul at, ......................... 620 caPS. ........................... 799
Borneo, Bowes, iOM R.,
consul in, .......................... 621 payment to ........................ 858
treaty of July 28, 1850, with ......... 909 Box, dward,
peCe and friendship declared . 909 pension of ........................ 758
iaoftde .............. 909 Brady, a=ad W.,
securities for property and person,... 909 1 pension of ........................ 785

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Branch Min in Cafor SeeMint. Brown, WieZs,
Brazil, pension of, ......................... o
counficting claims, nuder treaty with, Bruce, William 1
disposition of ..................... 11 provision respecting defaleation of, . 8
commission on claims upon, extended to Bai, (Bobn-,)
consul A .......................... 621
July 1, 1852 ..................... 146
public minister to ................... 619 Brunswick and 1,
secretary of legation at. .............. 620 consul in, .......................... 622
consuls in ...................... 621, 622 Brush, Nehemnah,
Brazil Paciket,to Tl~e, paymnent to ........................ 801
Brazr issue to, under the name of
Bryan, John A.,
................ 758 adjustment of account of .......... 881
Breaktooters. See Har~rs. Buckets,
Breien, on steamboats, requisitions as to ...... 62
additional mail trip to ........... 111, 112 Bucks,a3. C,
apAropriations for line to. See Ocean Payment to ........................ 819
Bkey, Jams S.,
cous l at, .......................... 621 ment to ........................ 185
consular treaty with, of April 80, 1852,. 961 Do= . P.,
consuls to act in cases between mas- settlement of claim of .......... 806, 807
ters and crews ........... 961, 962 Buenos Ayres,
accession of, to Prussian treaty, for consul at .......................... 621
extradition of criminals ......... 970 Buffalo,
o members or offiers of Congress, or appropriation for buildin at, ....... 5 71
Buildings.
Bullion,
See Public Buildings.
officers in the departments, penalty disposition of when deposited in New
for .............................. 171
Arides, York Away Office ........... 212, 218
across the Potomac, appropriation for, 206, how to be cast, ...................... 213
208 from ssay office in New York, to be sent
over the western waters .............. 208 to mint, in form of refined ban ..... 653
in District of Columbia, appropriation See Jint; Cbins.
for, ................... 92, 93, 649, 663 Buys. See Liqklo uses.
a bridge at Kittery, Maine, authorized,. 680 Bureaus. SeC "NavyDepartment.
at Wheeling, (Va.,) legalized and made salaries of chiefs of, in the navy...... 675
post-roads ....................... 112 of constructiou, &c., chief of to be a skil-
across the Potomac to be surrendered to fil naval constructor .............. 196
the District of Columbia, .......... 93 Burges, Walter S.,
Br adier- General, .payment to ........................ 186
an additional, to be appointed ....... 639 Burial,
Brilliant, The, right of, secured in treaty with Argen.
name of, changed to The Mary Hunt,.. 731 tine Republic, ............... 1011
Bristol, in compact with Lew Chew ........ 1101
consul at, .................... 621 Burlngton, (owa,)
appropriation for buildings at,....... 672 made a port of delivery ........... 1I"
British Ciaimants, surveyor to reside at ............... 144
appropriation to pay ............ 703, 704 grant of land to ................ 157, 753
Brtish Proinces, appropriation for buildings at, ........ 571
consul-general at, .................... 673 Burning,
duties on goods from, to be refunded,.. 633 buildings in District of Columbia, pun.
proclamation declaring reciprocity treaty ishment of ....................... 13
oneern,
Broadhurst, , to have gone into efict, .1179
Aetwn
fiuids, carriage of, on steamboats. See
Dangerous Articles.
time for fling claim of, to land in Cali- Bush, Captain,
fornia, extended .................. 268 payment of company of, for services in
Bronaugh, Thomas, Florida,.................. 755, 756
pension of
Broolvn Navy Yard, ................ 575, 823
land Wm confirmed to him and his
appropriation for lands at, ............ 224 wife. ............................ 846
sale of part of lands of ........... -224 Butler, James,
appropriation for ................... 222 pension of ......................... 8
Brotherions ne, -, Thomas,
investigation of claim of ............. 833 payment to# ....................... 840
Brow, A. G., The, C.
register to issue to. ............. 855
-, A. E, Cadiz,
--
payment to, .......................
,John, Jr.,
832 consul at, .......................... 620
Cadue, Peter,
pension of ......................... 853 grant to ........................... 1079
-, Oliver CaffJy, Afeiford,
pension of ......................... 854 payment to ........................ 856
-, Pamela,
pension of ......................... 800 mall to and from ................... 142
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biro, (A,) (continued.) aifornia, (continued.)
made a port of deliver ............. 845 time of filing certain claims before,
mails running from, to New Orleans,. -589 extended .................... 268
salary of surveyor of customs at, ..... 680 predmption claims In ................ 268
alapooias, The provision for postal service in, ....... 312
appropriation for,............ 674, 675 letter-eier .............. 312, 813
treaty with ................ 1125, 1143 pay of post-masters ............. 1si
dead letters .................... 818
consul at, .......................... 620 to be reimbursed expenses in Indian
hostilities ........................ 582
appointment of superintendent of Indian land commission in, extended ........ 603
Affairs * ........................ 2,a appeals from .............. 631, 632
clerk of, ....................... a circuit court established In, ...... 631, 652
pay of, ........................ 8 terms and sessions of court ......... 631
branch mint to be established in,.... 11, 12 removal of Indians in, to reservations, 698,
buildings for ......... I, 12, 13, 96 699
officers and workmen in ......... 11 citizens of Peru to have the same right
officers and clerks to make oath and to dig in mines of,as shall be accorded
give bonds,................ 1 to citizens of other nations ......... 932
other provisions respecting. See
Mint. consul at, ......................... 621
to have two representatives in Congress, 25 Gag Irat
ap"!rprl~tionto preserve peace wi In- pension of ........................ 821
aiain, ........ 56 Gonanies. See Com, hee.
courts in ............... 84, 265, 681 appropriations for presents to the, ..... 55
appeals therefrom, ............. 84 appropriations for .............. 687, 698
land surreys in .................... 90,91 treaty of July 27, 1853, with.......... 1013
subdivisions of certain islands on the peace and amity to exist with U. S., .1018
coast of, ......................... 91 peace to exist between the tribes, .... 1013
outstanding leases of such islands to be certain rights of U. S. acknowledged, 1018
void, ............................ 91 restitution for injuries by Indians, . ..1018
land commissioners in, secretary and conduct to persons passing through
clerks of ......................... 94 the Indian country .............. 1018
asskys in ..................... 12, 97, 98 provision against invasion of Mexican
associate law-agent in ............... 99 territory ................. 1013, 1014
appeals from decisions of land commis- captives to be restored ............. 1014
sioners in, ........................ 99 compensation to be made,.......... 1014
extra pay of navy serving on the coast $18,000 to be paid to said tribes, in
of, .............................. 100 such mode as the President shall
extra pay of army there ........... 108 prescribe, ...................... 1014
certain mail contracts in,'legalized, .... 145 protection of the Indians ........ 1014
certain expenditures of Gen. Riley for, annuities, when and where to be paid, 1014
to be allowed in his accounts, 154, 155, 751 may be withheld for violation of this
jurisdiction of district court in ....... 169 treaty ....................... 1014
extension of time for bids for mint in, . 188 changed into farms ...... 1016
sainry of commissioners of land claims ames, may be
in, and their secretary ............. 208 umbaseof, for the army ............ 689
basin and railway in ............. 223
advertisement of uncalled for letters in pasnger vessels, act respecting .... 717
in,..................... .... 225 (lanpau, Joseph,
for Indian pur-
military reservations in, land-patent to issue to ............... 828
poses ............................. 238 0hmp8ell, James W.,
surveyorgeneral to be appointed in, 244, 245 authorized to enter certain lands in Mis-
his powers and duties,... 244, 245, 246 souri as assignee of John J. Jackson, 783
his clerks ...................... 245 (Jamphee,
carriage of, by steamboats. Sea Dan-
surveys by ................ 245, 246
register, and receiver, to be appoint- geroas Artickes.
ed. ..................... 245, 246 Qanadian Canals,
lands in, subject to preemption laws, 246 rights of Amerfcans in, under reciprocity
sale of lands in ................. 246 treaty of June 5, 1854 ............. 1091
school lands in .......... 246, 247
towin and village lots ............ 247 round the Falls of St. Mary, grant to
pay for surveying ............... 247 Michigan for ...................... 35
offcers to continue till a successor is rights of United States in ......... 36
appointed .................... 247 366
census returns made by, to be appended settlement of claim of Ohio for a grant
to ensus report .................. 261 of landsonfor a, ....................
........................ 148
grants of land to, for public buildings small steamboats navigating canals, to
and a university .................. 248 be exempt from steamboat act ...... 75
officers, jurors, and witnesses in, to have, round the fals of the Ohio, survey re-
for two years, double pay ......... 169 specting ......................... 59
commission on land claims in, extended, 265 oadia,
commission to take testimony, .... 265 consul at,....................... 622

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i of Lieut. Rodman's plan for cast- incorporation of ....... ; ............ 789
ing cannon hollow ................ 680
canton$ appropriation for expenses of, ...... 22, 94
consul at, .......................... 621 provision for a new enumeration in any
Cape FearRiver, district in case of loss by accident, .. 25
agropriation for improvement of,. 807, 308 pay of secretary of census board, ...... 25
Czpe arytien, of C"lfornia to be appended to report
consul at .......................... 622 Of,..........................
Cape Perpetua, (O~eo, 261
collection district of, established. ...... 629 printing of abstract of ............... 263
appropriation for ................. 181
officers to be appointed ........ 629, 630 salary of superintendent of the, ....... 276
paof ................... 629 630 appropriation for paper and printing, 29, 294
cofectfor's clerk at, ................ 629 Census Board
Cape Town, salary of secretary of ................ 26o
consul at ....................... 621 Central America,
Capen, James, minister to, appropriation for ......... 203
pension of ..................... 825, 870 to whom to be accredited0 ..... 2o3
Capers,.fm, consuls In ..................... 621, 622
pension of ......................... 748 Central Ralroad,
Capital, preimption rights of settlers on the line
appropriations for the, 1, 17, 18, 24, 93, 149, of, and of its branches. ........
181, 206, 207, 568, 569, 662, 663 27,28
appropriation for extension of, .... 569, 638
of inspection of steamboats. See ante.n-
marble for extension of, conatad for,. 591 hoots.
for work of art for, by H. Powers,... 674
to alter dome of .................. Cession,
663 of Boston Corner by Massachusetts to
Calton, Mary, New York, assented to ...........
pension of ......................... 602
795 of land to the United States by the
CarolinThe, Calapooias ....................... 1125
registry of ......................... 731 Chastas1......................... 1122
Carksrnk
consul at .......................... Chippewas, ................. 1109,1165
Carpeters, 620 Cow Creeks .................. 1027
in the navy, pay of, .................. Delawares .................... 1048
680 loways ........... ............... 1069
Can, DabneyS Kaskaskias, ...................
payment to. ........................ 89 1082
Kickapoos ....................... 1078
- , John. Menomonees
arrears of pension of, to be paid to his ...................... 1064
Miamie............................1093
children ........................ 748 Nisquallys ....................... 112
CarrierPqeon. The,
name'of The Ontario changed to,. 767, 768 Omahas ......................... 1043
Ottoes and Missourias ........... 1088
Carrol, Charles Fi, Rogue Rivers ................. 1018
payment to ........................ 859 SaAs and Foxes ................ 1074
Carter, David, Shawnee .................... 1021
payment to ........................ 382 Sioux, ......................
-, Lieut. J. C., 949, 954
settlement of accounts of ........... 869 Umpqts........................ 1125
Cartagena, Wd.ettes, ..................... 1043
consul at, .......................... Winnebagoes................. 1172
62.2 Wyandots ........................ 1159
Carver, Po4, 032
payment to, as administrarix of Nathan Ceylon by Mexico ........................
Carver .......................... 850 consul at, ....................... 622
Cae, William, Champion, &Ias,
released from a judgment, ............ 83 pension of. ......................... 778
Ca David C.,
payment to. .................... 819, 820 to Congres, salary of, ...............
Cztabas, The, 578
appropriation for removal of ......... in California, extra pay of ........... 689
316 bounty land, act to extend to. ........ 70o2
ade Chapm, Era,
Cavalry, a port of delivery ......... 10, 811 payment to administrators of ....... 855
two additional regiments of, author- ,Thomas,
ized ............................. payment to representatives of. .... 794
639 Charitan Land Distict,
CaxZi/, Rosalie, constituted. ...................... 26, 27
authorized to surrender certain land, and
take other land ................... charts,
821 for Congress, engraving of ........... 722
Cayuse Indians, wind and current, appropriation for, 102, 221,
payment on account of Cayuse war,... 180 58, 676
Chae, ranin,295,
Cayue War.
appropration for expenses of ......... all settlement of accounts of ........... 865
'inMexico, appropriation for ....... 21, 94 - , J o,.
C.,
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caas, T Chipp a , (continued.)
appropriation for, ........ ".......... 675 relinquishment to Chippewas of Mis-
treaty of November 18, 1854, with, .... 1122 sissippi, by Chippewas of Lake Su-
cession to the United States ........ 1122 perior ......................... 1109
1122
removal to Table Rock Reserve, ..... reservation for Chippewas of Lake Su-
payment for said cession ........ 1122 perior ........................ 1109
provision in case of removal from said survey and patents of reservation, .... 1109
reserve ........................ 1123 payments for said cession .......... 1109
stipulations for all Indians on said re- blscksmiths and assistants ......... 1110
serve ...........................1123 annuities not to be withheld for debts,
survey and allotment of said reserve, 1128 but may be for depredations ...... 1110
assent of Senate, .................. 1124 spirituous liquors ................. 1110
(aan-oa, (Tenn.,) division between Chippewas of Missis-
made a port of delivery ........... 686 sippi and of Lake Superior, of ben-
surreyor to be appointed ........... 686 efits of former treaties ........ 1110
arrarages ....................... 1110
sale of marine hospital at ....... 669, 670 preemption ....................... 1110
erection of new marine hospital at, .... 669 annuities, how paid ............... 1110
disposition of lands belonging to, 221, 222 stipulations for Bois Forte Indians,. .A110
riht of way granted to .............. 758 treaty of Feb. 22, 1855, with Mississippi
and of ....................... 1165
payment to certain .................... 55 cession to the United States ........ 1165
appropriation for the compensation of reservations for homes .......... 1166
sgent to ..................... 291, 558 may be allotted and surveyed, . .1166
payment of awards of commissioner, .. 333 payments for said cession ........ 1167
appropriations for ........ 673, 687, 700 how made, ................... 1168
payment to Susan Coody and others for preimption rights in said cession, ... 1169
property destroyed near Fort Gibson, 842 grant of land to mixed bloods ...... 1169
laws extended to said reservations, .. 1169
authority given to excavate part of a roads may be constructed ......... 1169
reservation at, .................... 24 conduct of Indians ............ 1169
sa of collector at ................ 202 treaty with, authorized ........... 5598
_ publi buildings at ................... 571 appropriationi for the, 20, 2 , 41, 42, 48, 48,
WO, 187, 226, 227, 228, 232,816, 317, 822, 323,
treaty of June 22, 1852, with the ..... 974 Chiduenden, Herman, 674, 687, 688, 689, 693
agent to reside among the Chickasaws, 974
sale of the Chickasaw lands ........ 974 pension of, ......................... 836
burial-ground in Pontotoc ........ 974
settlement of titleof Chickasaws to a appointed regent of the Smithsonian In-
tract in Tennessee .............. 974 stitution ......................... 722
settlement of certain Chiekuaw claims, 974 £Thoctaw,
Chickasaw fund to be held in trust.. 975 treaty of Nov. 4, 1854, with.......... 1116
payment out of the Chickasaw funds boundaries of the Chickasaw district
restricted ...................... 975 of the Choctaws ................ 1116
amendments ..................... 976 line, how to be run and marked, .... 1116
payments, to whom to be made ..... 976 assent of Senate, .................. 1117
treaty of November 46 1854, with ..... 1116 appropriations for the, 18, 42, 227, 316, 817,
boundaries of the hickaaw district 675, 689
of the Choctaws ................ 1116 provision respecting Choetaw claimants, 19
line how to be run and marked, ..... 1116 GAO&c,(Cjnus
assent of Senate .................. 1117 payment to heirs of ................. 55
appropriation for, 42, 43,227, 317, 671, 675 arlisan Indians,
loss on investment for, made good, .... 95 appropriations for...... 41, 226, 316, 689
£Yipnin, Judge Henry,. Ctaciiiat
compensation of, ............... 807, 869 grant of land at .................... 601
(ef Engineer, Circuit Cburt,
appropriation for office of ...... 651, 652 provision for the holding of, by district
Chii, judges of other districts ........... 5
public minister to ................... 619 two sessions may be held at the
secretary of legation to .............. 620 same time ................... 5
consuls in ..................... 621, 622 of Delaware, time and place of session
pay of officers engaged in astronomical of........................ 5,6
188 in District of Columbia, appeals to, from
a, expedition to ..................... patent-ofl ....................... 75
commissioner to .................. 88, 89 jurisdiction of suits under stoamboat act, 75
surveys of seas of ................... 104 of Districtof Columbia, eases commenced
public minister to ................... 619 in, maT be continued beyond end of
interpreter to mission in ........... 620 term o .......................... 160
consuls in ......................... 621 judge of, may appoint a crier ......... 165
Qlpp , attendants on .................. 165, 167
treaty of Sept. 80, 1854, with........ 1109 times of holding, in U. District of Lou-
cession to the United States, by Chip- isiana, ........................... 807
pewas of Lake Superior ......... 1109 established in California ...... ....... 681

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Omidt cmu4 (continued.) lerks, (continued.)
offieer andjuridetiou of, . 61, 682 payof, ........................ 11
terms of, in of 3d auditor of treasury, salary of one
California, ................. 631, 632 raised ........................... 78
Illinois ........................ 600 of register of treasury, salary of three
Missourai .................. 611, 612 raised ........................... 78
Ohio .............. 602, 603, 612 of California land commissioners ..... 94
may.fcontinue in session into a term, to salary of the disbursing clerk and of
isany ase................... 680 draughtsman in patent-offie, raised,. 96
subpoenas to issue when letters rogatory bond of disbursing clerk ......... 96
come from foreign countries ......... 630 two additional clerks in patent-offiee,.. 96
of resident and route agents on the
Wyandots made .................... 1159 Isthmus of Panama, .............. 11
of inspectors of customs in Texas,.... 88
of cildren of citizens, born abroad,... 604 of secretary of naval academy ...... 100
of married women, .................. 604 ln the departments, salaries increased a
Ciudd, Bohuar, certain percentage, ................ 97
consul at, .......................... 622 not to apply to those acting for
Clackwnas, De, claimants .................... 97
appropriation for................ 675 penalty for paying or receiving such
percentage in such cases ....... 97
treaty of Feb. 8, 1853, with Great Brit- S of act of 1846, ch. 175, for employ-
a
ain, for settlement of ............ 988 ment of, continued ................ 98
extension of time of do.,........ 1103 five additional, in post-office department, 99
treaty of Feb. 26, 1851, with Portugal, of assistant-treasurer in New York, sal-
respecting .................... 911 aries raised, ...................... 100
of States, settlement and payment of. salaries of clerks in the navy-yard and
See twse tates. marine barracks at Washington, .... 105
Clm, Brish, of paymaster, ration of .............. 108
appropriation to pays ............ 703, 704 general act respecting salaries of, at
Clainm, ourt Of, Washington ................. 226, 586
established, ................ 612, 618, 614 additional, in offices of register of the
jurisdiction of .................... 612 treasury ......................... 298
salary of judges .............. 612 commissioner of pensions ........ 298
solicitor o .................. 612 assistant treasurer at Boston .....- 558
salary ........................... 61.2 assistant treasurer at New York,.. 573
testimony, how taken........... 613 postmaster-general .............. 572
record and reports to Congress,. 613, 614 attorney-general, ................ 572
rooms for ........................ 614 secretary of the treasury. ...... 572
clerks. ............ ........ 614 secretary of state ............. 572
may call on departments for informa- superintendent of printing ....... 591
tion ........................... 614 of collectors in Oregon .............. 629
messenger, .................. 614 in assay office, New York .......... 654
appropriation for ................. 668 in state department, classification and
on tat, number of ....................... 669
transfers of, forbidden before allow- of principal of observatory, saary of,.. 670
ane...................... 170 of superintendents of Indian Affairs,.. 673
4 Cformo............., 170 in census bureau, pay of ............. 723
powers of attorney to collect, how to be of district attorney in California ...... 603
made, and when .................. 170 in government offices at Washington,
members of Congress not to act as agents see the tides of te offlces.
for .............................. 170 Clerks of Court,
Clzrk, Ferdiand, fees of ........................ 168, 167
duties to be refunded to ........... 864 accounts of .................... 165, 166
Clfarke, William, Cke-n, (Ohio,)
time of filing claim of, to land in Call. pay of postmaster at,................ 255
fornta, exiended .................. 268 compensation of collector at, ......... 671
Mly, Rm, public buildings at .................. 672
portrait of ......................... 147 Cllad, PaineWvdk, and Ashtabula Baid-
7udin,John 0., right of way granted to .............. 754
payment to administrator of ..... 803, 804
C land and Pittsburg Railroad,
in the departments, classification of,.. 209, ht of way granted to ........... 754
210, 211
chief, in the departments .......... 211 increase of pension f ............... 761
disbursing ........................ 211 Close,
Willia;,
of pursers, in California,............. 220 relief of, as suremt for B. F. Hart,....: 735
of surveyor-general, in California,...... 245 Cba,
of navy yad, pay of, ............... 220 outstanding debenture-bonds for, cancel-
of sau.rmtendent of Indian Affairs in lation of, ......................... 21
alfornia ....................... 8 Cbqds SUrvey
in branch mint in California, ....... 11, 86 repair of steamer Bibb .............. 22
to make oath and give bond ...... 11 appropriation for ............ 86, 87, 104

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Coast Survey, (continued) .C power in appointment of steamboat in-
employment of army officers in,. on the 86, 87 spectors ...................
subdivision of certain islands certificates of inspectors. of steamboats 66
coast of California, ............... 91 to be delivered to ................. 68
inspectors of steamboats to report to,..
superintendent to make surveys of sites 118
of light-houses .................... to report to each other names of all per-
appropriations for . 185, 201, 202, 224 sons licensed as pilots or engineers, or
salay of superintendent of ......... 209 refused a license, and of vessels not 71
annual report concerning, .......... 209 making required repairs,..........
217 to enforce steamboat law of 185 ..... 71
annual report of, ................ 71
appropriation for ................ 558, 559 fine and loss of office for neglect,..to
fianking privilege of certain ofMers of,. 266 to give certified copiei of certificates 71
appropriation for ................... 657 steamboats .......................
to receive certain fees before issuing pa- 73
pension of .......................... 73 pers to steamboats, ................ 73
- Ursula E., to be paid into treasury .........
pension of ......................... 764 to pay witnesses before fteamboat in- 68
Cockane, Saly T. B., spectors ......................... 140
payment to ........................ 797 to require ship letters to be deposited,..
"(ion, - power of, to search for letters carried
illegily .......................... 140
of revenue laws ................... 592 202
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 593
of laws of Oregon1.............. at Chicago, salary of, ................
" of Utah 556, 557
557
compensation of Collector at Buffalo 578
" of Washington ........... Cieek ..........................
of District of Columbia, . 642, 648 duties of, in respect to passenger vessels,
-e, Cornelius, 7,
land warrant to issue to ........... 852 salary of0 at Sandusky, Toledo, .
Cleveknd.................. 671
Cins, Gdd, See Collection Distrits.
a three dollar piece authorized, ........ 161
Ws, Sulcer, 160 Collmga, Moh,....88 certain laud, . 88
weight of .......................... permitted to enter
purchase of bullion for ........... 160 of,
Colin, E. K., steamers 21
private deposits for, not allowed, . 161 additional compensation for, .......... 61
how to be paid out...........160, 161 appropriations for ...................
size and devices of ....... 188, 189-, J"amesL.,
adjustment of acunts' of ............ 830
act of 1853, ch. 79, respecting when to 189
take effect ................... 161, Collision,
Coe, John, steamboats not justified in, where rules 72
pension of, ......................... 851 for passing are neglected ..........
Collection District. See Ports. coles": JhV.,
of Dunkirk, established ........ 3. 811
10., reexamination of accounts of ......... 871
of Paso del Norte ............... 35 Coonist, T4.
of San Pedro ................. 345 register to issue to, under the name of 846
of Cape Perpetna and Port Orford, es- 629 The Lily ........................
tablished in Oregon, ............ Colonization SDciety,
officers of, ........... 629 vessels of, subject to act respecting car- 720
in Oregon ....................... 24, 25 rige of passengers by sea, .........
Alton, Knoxville, Burlin .'on, andNew Ga- Colton, Wafter,
len, to be ports of delivery in payment to representatives o ........ 760
Orleans collection district, ...- 143,144 cWumbus, (Ohio,) 686
Port Jefferson to be a port of delivery made a port of delivery............ ....... 686
in New York collection district, ..... 144 surveyor to be appointed
appointment of steamboat inspector in Coanches, 27T,
18
certain, ............... t .......... 63 appropriation for ..................
Collecion of Duties, commerve,
warehousing of goods arriving in stea 845 exportation of imported goods to Mex-
vessels, ..... ...... 344, ico........................7,8
establishment of private bonded ware- 270 Cbmmeoid Agents, act for appointment of, at sundry
houses ............ ......... general
621, 622, 623
exportation to Mexico of imported 7,38 places ................. 621
goods...................3. may transact other business, ........ 623
of deputy naval officers at resident citizens only to be appointed,..
adaiio pay
Boston, New Yor altimore, Phila- bonds of ........................ 623
delphia, and New Orleans ......... 99 pay of, when to commence and cease,.. 623
fees of, .. ............... from 623, 624
ports of delivery established. See
Ports. forbidden to be interested in profits
ships not to enter or break bulk till let- seamen .......................... 624
duties of, as to seamen ........ 624, 625
ters are delivered and oath taken, ... 140 .... 625
chief officer of the. See Coledors. psenalties on ..................
Collectors, iable in damages for neglect of duties, 625
salary at Astoria, .............. 25 record books of .................... 626
not to issue papers to steamboats till act 61 archives of ......................... 626
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Omistene, appropriaons for office COsspsution, (continued.)
of depositaries of public money ...... 172
off.......................... 651, 652 of de~nty-smveyors at Boston, N. York,
Cbussissiowvrs Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New Or-
of land claims in California, appeals leans........... ........... 186
from decisions of............... of dition
those engad
99
appropriation for ................ 94 to Uhili in astronom l expe- 198
....................
salaries of secretary and clerks of,. 94 of territorial officers, in case of absence, 168
associate law-agent ............. g 99 of treasurers of the mint .......... 2 01
en California land claims, compensation of
of ............................ 208 of collector at Chicago
commissioner ............
to China,.........204 202
of court, fes of .................... 167 of ministers resident ................ 203
of buildings and grounds to report annu- of auxiliary guard .................. 206
ally to the secretary of the interior, 578, 574 of California land commissioners and
of certain land titles in Indiana,.. 818, 314 secretary, ........................ 208
land, in !hifornia, extension of time of, 608 of surveyor-general in Califormia, ...... 248
attendance of witnesses before, .... 603 in Oregon ....... 158
clerks and assistant ofdistrict attor- of superintendent of coast survey,. -:209
ney in cases before, ............ 603 Of clerks in the departments as classified,
to take testimony before court of claims, 618 209, 210, 211
of courts, jurisdiction of, in regard to of the vice-president, secretaries, post-
deserters from foreign vessels ...... 614 master, and attorney-general, ....... 212
to take testimony when letters rogatory of assistant secretory of state I.......212
come from foreign courts, ......... 630 of'those engaged in assay office at New
to the Sandwich Islands, appointment 7Eork ............................ 212
and pay of, ...................... 620 of assistant treasurer at New York, .... 214
under reciprocity treaty with Great Brit- of pursers and their clerks in Californ*a, 220
ain ...... ................ 668 of garrison at Fort Laramie ........ 218
under treaty with Great Britain for set- of postmasters at Richmond, (Vs.) and
tlement of claims, pay of .......... 668 Cleveland, Ohio,) ................ 255
to codify laws of District of Columbia, 649 of see-tary of census board ........ 250
m unissionsI extra pay of navy on Pacific coasts, ... 218
of officers in department of the interior, of deputy postmasters ............... 255
how made out and recorded ........ 297 of special agents for the customs, ..... 272
Cosye stw.r of cerks6 &c., in the departments, 276, 572,
of clerks. See erks. 586
of superintendent of Indian Affairs In of superintendent of census, .......... 276
California...................... 3 of assistant postmaster-generals, ...... 276
of his cerk,....................8 of bridge draw-keeper .......... .... 276
of registers and receivers for locating of master of the sword at West Point,. 277
bounty land-warrants .............. 4 of officers in Nebraska, ............... 282
of territorial officers, in case of their ab- in Kansas ................ 288
sence ......................... 10, 98 in other territories ......... 311
no extra pa to be allowed, unless spe- of deputy postmasters ........ 98, 299
cifically directed,.................. 24 in California, Oregon, and Wash-
for two offices at same time, provision ington TerritoriesI ............ 318
against, 24; repealed, ............. 99 of officers to run the Mexican boundary
of collector at Astoria, .............. 25 line ............................. 568
of local steamboat inspectors, ...... 73,74 of library officers ................... 572
of supervising steamboat inspectors, ... 70 of persons in charge of the collections
of officers, &c, at Washington, increase of the exploring expedition, ... .. 572
of, by a percentage............ 97, 105 of collector at Buffalo Creek, ......... 573
of members of Congress ........... 7, 98 of clerks of assistant treasurer at New
of post-office messengers ........... 96 York ............................. 578
of associate law-agent in California ... 99 of chaplains to Congress, ............ 573
of deputy naval offier at Boston, New of clerks in the mints ............... 573
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and of rank and file
New Orleans, raised ............... 99 of employees of of the army
Congress ..... 575, 594
............ 576
of postmasters ...................... 142 of Special mail n Califoria...... 297
of witnesses before steamboat inspectors, 68 of auxiliary watch,. ................ 60
of judge of the criminal court of the of assistants of district attorney for
District of Columbia, ............. 157 northern district of California, ...... 603
fee bill of 1853, ch. 80, respecting com- of marshal and attorney of southern dis-
pensation trict in Ohio ...................... 605
of marshals .............. 164, 165 of district judges. See Disrict Jm.
of district attorneys, ........ 165, 166 of judges and officers of court of claims,
of clerks of court .......... 16, 166 612, 614
of commissioners ............... 167 of public ministers, consuls, &c., general
of juror, .................... 168 act respecting ................ 619
of witnesses ............... 167, 168 of officers of land distriet
'am'* .... 629
of attorneys, &c ........... 161, 162 of custom-house officers in Oregon, 629, 630
accounts to be rendered, ..... 165, 166 of circuit court judge in California, ... 632
penalty for extortion ........... 169 of superintendents of armories ....... 688

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Compensation, (continued.) CbnsUs, (continued.)
of codifiers of laws of District of Co- not to transact or be interested in
lumbib ........................... 642 other business .............. 620, 624
of superintendent of priating, and those pay, when to commence and cease,.. 628
in his ofe ...................... 651 absence of, from their posts ....... 823
of librarian, and those in his offie ... 651 only resident citizens to be appointed,
of officers in assay office at New York, 654 except, &c.. .................. 62S
of judges of supreme court ...... 655, 656 location of consulates in central places, 623
of officers of penitentiary ............ 662 office hours ....................... 623
of commissioner and agent of -claims4n bonds of ...................... .. 623
London, ......................... 668 fees of ................... 23, 624
of commissioner under reciprocity treaty, 668 how to apply for an exequstur, ..... 623
of officers in patent-office .......... 674 power respecting passports ......... 624
of surveyors, &c., in Washington Terri- not entitled to commissions ....... 624
tory, ............................. 674 duties as to seamen, ...... 624, 625, 626
of chiefs of bureaus ................. 675 returns by ........................ 625
of navy agents, ..... ............... 676 penalteon ...................... 625
of pursers ......................... 676 liable in damages for neglect of duty, 625
of surveyor of customs at Cairo ...... 680 duty of, when cizens die abroad, 625, 626
of assistant astronomer ........... 681 record books ..................... 626
of officers of asylum at Washington, .. 682 archtives ..................... 623, 626
of clerks in census bureau ......... 723 clerk hire and office rent not allowed, 626
of collectors at Sandusky, Toledo, and and commercial agents. See Con.
Cleveland ........................ 671 nercid Agmts.
of other officers. See ter til . appropriations for ................. 659
stipulations respecting, in treaties with
register to issue to, under the name of Argentina Confederation,........... 1o
The Jehosse ...................... 884 Bremen ......................... 961
Cimptrollers. See Treasu,, Deparment. Costarica, ........................ 922
abnnwt, Artaes, France .......................... 992
pension of ......................... 729 Guatemala, ....................... 886
Cbngress, Hamburg ......................... 961
mileage of delegate from Oregon ..... 7 Netherlands ...................... 1150
number of House of Representatives in- Lubeck, .......................... 961
cressed to 234 .................... 25 New Gyenada, .................... 900
California to have two -epresentatives in, 25 Peru ............................ 943
printing of. See Public Printing. San Salvador ..................... 897
each house of, to elect a printer ....... 32 COnbtngent Aund,
and a committee on printing ..... 34 of. the senate, custody and disbursement
books for members 6f, 95, 96, 188, 566, 567, of, ..............................267
Cbnzraband,
591
pa of messenger in post-offi ce of ..... 96 definition of and provisions respecting,
mileage of, at extra sessions .......... 98 in treaty with
report to. See Report. Guatemala ..................... 881
members of, not to act as agents for Peru...................... 987, 938
claimants ........................ 170 Ban Salvador .................. 895
penalty for bribery .............. 171CMOnrcts,
distribution of books to, what allo.r- for navy supplies, how made, 585, 591, 591
able ......................... 188 in District of Columbia, of which any
delegates to, from Washington Territory, 171, part of the zonsideration is small bilk,
salary of chaplains of ............... 573 made void, ................... 600, 601
of librarians of ............... 573 Cbnverse, John P.,
of employees of .............. 594 payment to, ........................ 770
members of, entitled to benefit of bo.nty convoy,
laud act ......................... 576 provisions as to vessels under, in treaties
allowance to each member fo, station- with Guatemala and Per See those
ery ............................. 668
execution of engravings for .......... 722 Coody4 Susan,
Cobressional Globe an Appendix, pa t to, ........................ 842
to be postage free ................... 147 Cook = a E.,
appropriation for publishing proceedings pension of ......................... 8-2
of onlgress in .................. 96 -, L pa .,
pension of ......................... 778
consul at, .......................... 621 Cooer, Cmhes t Co.,
Cbneui.Generat, payment to ........................ 795
in British Provinces ................. 673
title of, may tI% conferred in Asia-and from department of the interior, when
Africa .......................... 626 to be evidence .................... 297
at Beiront ......................... 564
at Simoda Japan ................... 659 copies for Smithsonian Institution to
Cbnsul pass free through the mails ......... 685
general act for appointment of, in sun. Cbrder, Dw11i
dry places ................. 620, 621 payment to repreeentttlves of ....... 774

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consul ............... . 621
Crtin, Thomw, land title confirmed to ............... 841
payment of expenses of committee of Coteert, 0orzeiur,
investigation of conduct of ......... 187 Cow payment to, ........................ 764
Gek Indians,
Oarica,
treaty of July 10, 1851, with.......... 916 treaty of Sept. 19, 1858, with, ........ 1027
state of amity to exist ............. 917 cession of land ................... 1027
reciprocal right to navigate and trade, 917 tompomry occupation of part of said
coasting trade excepted ........ 917 cession ........................ 1027
privile of the "most favored na- permanent home for ............... 1027
tion 'mutually conceded,.... 917, 918 buildings ........................ 1027
provision against discriminating duties payments for said cession ...... :...1027
on goods ................... 91, 919 houses to be erected ............... 1028
on vessels. ........... ;......... 919 protection to travelers ............. 1028
provision against discriminations on redress for private grievances ........ 1028
account of the national character of restitution of stolen property....... 1028
the vessel ................. 919, 920 indemnification for property stolen
privileges of citizens of each nation from Indians .................. 1028
In the other, ... 920, 921, 922, 923, 924 farm may be established ........ 1029
Sright to trad freely ............ 920 aopriations for ............... 697
persons and property to be pro-
tected, ................ 920, 923 pension of ........................ 764
suits in court,................. 920 arda , Sarak,
inanagemen, diposal, and inher- ofension of ......................... 794
itance of propert ..... . . .. 921
as to military servce and exac- of Texas, act for relief of ........ 617, 618
tions ................... CrMeY, Col-e James R.,
as to taxes .............. 921, 921
922 ayment to ...................... 749
rights of conscience ......... 923
rights of burial ......... 923, 924 appropriations for the,. 19, 44, 45, 228, 819,
sepuLchres, ................... 924 O~en, Lawrence, 820, 881, 581, 689, 690
provisions as to consuls,
either party may appoint, ...... 922 apthorized to enter certain lands ...... 813
particularplaces may be excepted, 922
exequatur required ......... asppointment and pay of ........... 165
provisions in the event of a rupture 922 rmil C urt, .
between the two nations...... 922, 928 of the District of Columbia, salary of
confiscations forbidden ........ 92a judge of .......... ......... 157
disposal.of pioperty........... 922 cases commenced in may be continued in
taxes ........................ 923 the next term ..................... 160
right to depart, ............... 922 CriminaI Law'
may remain .................. 923 penalty for bribery of members of Con-
how parts of the treaty may.be abro- gress, ......................... . 171
gated,...................... 924 arrest of prisoners, chrged with two or
exchange of cons.........924 more ofenees ................ 162, 163
commitment of prisoners ............. 168
taxable, items of ............... 161, 168 in capital cases, witnesses for defence to
Counc Bluff, 1o0o,) be paid by the United States ...... 165
act for the benefit of,.........273,274 takingreceitforlargersum than is paid,
Codarfeit,"'" to beheld embez ement ........... 289
stamps on boiler plates, penalty for,... 70 offenes concerning public records, .... 170
of postage stamps, penalt for ....... 256 counterfeiting, &C., postage stamps,.... 256
Chuts. See Ciruit Courts, D burning buildings in District of Colum-
s.
Csorirt
provision for accommodation of, at Bos- bia,..........................
ton, New York, and Philadelphia, 266, 338 superintendent of printing forbidden to
sentences for crimes in the Inda coun- be-interested In any conet,....... 32
try, ........................ under the steamboat act of 1852. See
cases commenced in Distriet of Colum- 270 Steasboats.
bia, may be continued into the next receivingor paying increased percentage
term.............. ......... of 'y to a person who acts for
criers of, and attendans on,........ 165 claimants ....... I ............ 97
in Washington Territory ........ respecting mail bags, locks, or keys, 139, 140
in Nebraska, .................... 175 280 respecting forein mails transported
in Kanas ................ 286, 287 across the United, States ........ 141
buildinis for. See Public Buildings. making or passing false vonches ....... 98
prevention of misties in,...........60 punishment of crimes in the Indian 20
country,..........................
navy,
in provision for, ............... imtna/s. See Exhud~io.
627 " 7
sentences of,................ 628 vr, Dusum de la,
summ 627. S8ma r t land tide of, confirmed, ........... 88
=-j . Vft, Peirce,
recorder of ................... 628 settlement of claim of ............... 806
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,Wom Hose, (continued.)
£or, Osborn, architect of custom-house at New Or-
settlement of accounts of ............. 742 a
leans ............................ 88
orate, Jh
payment of pension of ............... 809 consul a ........................... 622
Ckba,
proclamation respecting invasion of,. 596
014ban Prioners,
appropriations for relief of ....... 2,21, 18 D.
CulVer, Sylvanus,
land warrant to issue t ...........814 Daeotahs, Tk
Cunberland Road, survey of lands off ................... 304
surrender to Ohio of part of,.......... .152 Dade, Mr.. A. M.,
Canuming, Gov'., pension of, ..................... 756, 757
payment to...................... 655 a es Artic,
enninghas, Edward, certain, not to be carried in steamers as
payment to .......................... 291
Cu rawoa, freight, except by license,..-....... 68
penalty ...................... 72
commercial agent at, ................ 623 how to be packed ............... 63
Curran, William, penalty for shipping, or putting up
assignment of a bounty land warrant to, for shipment, unless so packed,.. 68
confirmed ........................ 825 license to carry ................ 66
Crrency, to be kept posted up ....... 71, 72
suppression of small notes as, in the Dis- Danid, Henry,
trict of Columbia, ................. 599 relieved from a bond of Thos. Pletcher, 784
Cur-y, Geo. L., Danish Dominions,
payment to ......................... 556 consuls in ......................... 622
Cahing, Mary H., Darby, Wiam, r.,
land warrant to issue to .............. 816 payment to ......................... so
Cstom Homes, Arling, Nathan H.,
appropriations for, at pension of ...................... 767
Astoria ..................... 87 Dames, John,
Alexandria ................. 672 payment to ........................ 94
Baltimore ...................... 88 Daos, Lat,
Bangor ............. 22, 202, 559, 667 pension of ......................... 858
Barnstable ..................... 672 -, Mary A,
Bath ............... 22P 202, 559, 659 payment to ......................... 787
Belfast............ .......
Bristol ............... ........ 679 571 ,William,
of ......... 781
Buffalo, .................... 571
Brigto,................
Charleston.......7,202, 560, 658
D, i. to ..............
payment to representatives
57 Day, Ira.
6..... .. ... 8
Cinehimati, .................22, 559 in California, Washington, and Oregon,
Chicago....................57 dis itionof ......... ....... 813
Cleveland................... 672
Detro t,............... 674 pension of,......................... 779
Eastport .................. 186 Deas, Rett,
lsworth .................. 571 certain land to vest in fee-aiple in,.... 785
Erie ..................... 88 Deaths,
571
Galveston ...................... in passenger vessels, payment for each,. 719
Gloucester ..................... 571 of citizens abroad, dities of consuls625, as
Louisville ............22, 202, 559 to .......................... 626
Milwaukie .................. 571, 604 Do Bastrop Grant,
Mobile ............. 2, 559, 659 or occupants
prejmption of settlers on, ............
New avn .................. 571 of ........... 626
Newark ....................... 571 Debenture Bonds,
Now Orleans, .87, 560,658, "22, 724 for coals, cancellation ot.............. 212
Norfolk ..................... 22,202 Deeds,
Pensacola, ...................... 672 acknowledgment of, in Indian country,. 701
Petersburg ..................... 571 Dqfisncies,
Pittsburg .................... 22, 561 of 1851, 1852, general bill for ........ 15
Plattsburgh ..................... 672' dry docks ................... 15,16
Portland,...................... 559 office of 3d Auditor ............... 16
Portsmouth,..................... 88 miscellaneous ......... ...... 16
16, 17
Providence ................. 202, 559 army ........................
boundary with Mexio. ............. 17
Oswego ...................... 571
Richmond ......... 87,88,202, 560 land surveys, ........ 17
Sandusky ...................... 571 public lands ..................... 17
San Francisco,.. .24, 186, 559, 561, 667 public buildings ............. 17, 21
St. Louis ................ 22, 202, 559 public streets ................. 18,17,24 18
Toledo ......................... 571 capitol ................... 17,
Waldoboro .................. 88, 561 A.Humbet ..................... 18
Wheeling ..................571 pension clerks ................... 18
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Dtf.ciacie, (continued.) . 8 A9, , (continued.) PAG UR
Indian affairs,... D qFi
18, 19, 20, 23% general appropriation bill
M innesota
...................... 20 for 1858-4,.. 290
Dr. Owen's report .............. 20 state department, .............. 290
Congress ....................... foreign mteromrse .......... 29, 291
20 Edward Cunningham ............ 291
Statutes at ..............
tdarn 20, 21
Documentary History ........... T. N. Johnson .................. 291
21 3. B. Kerr.................
J. W. Hale ..................... 21 291
treasury department,......
public buildings 291, 292
292
ologiste, ....................... 21 in New Mexico,... 292
foreign intercourse, ............... 21
Cuban prisoners ................ 21 in Minnesota ..... 292
Bienna Register ............... interior department, ..... 292, 298, 294
21 Sioux treaties ................
light at Waugashsm .............. 21 298
cemete near Mexico ........... census ................... 293, 294
21 war department,.............
Collins's steamers ........... 21, 22 294
judiay ...................... railroad surveys............... 294
22 navy department ........... 294, 295
witness fees of officers ....... 22
boundary of Iowa, ............... wind and cuirit charts. 295
2 dry docks .................. 295
steamer Bibb ............... 22
coal depot at Key Wes.......... magazines ................. 295
custom-houses .................. hospitals ................. 295
post-office department"......... 22, 23 post-office department, ......... 295
appropriation for compensation, and attorney-general ................. 295
mileage, of Congress, ...... miscellaneous .............. 296, 297
29 printing ........
appropriation bill for 182-1853. 181 .......... 567
vce-president ............... documentary history .. 570
181
foreign intercourse ........ 181, 18 appropriations for 18S"-5,... 658, 665, 666,
inlscslaneous, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 667, 668, 669, 670
186, 187, 188 post-office department ........... 658
181 Congress............... 665, 666, 668
Capitol ..................
library room........... prinng ...................
: . .. 181
avenues ...................... 181 state department, ............... 66
clerks ................ territories ................. 666
182, 183, 186
William Williams ............ light-hou.es.................... 668
Gregory Ennis........ 182 army .........................
........ 182 666
shipwrecks ................ mint ..................... 666, 667
182 independent treury,...........
Congress ................. 182 667
paper and printing ..........182, .ustom-houses
183 miscelsineou ...... 666, 667, 668, 669
nan affars...... 183, 184, 186, 187
post-ofile department, ............ 184 Commisioner on claims and agent
army ................. 184, 185, .t
186 court of claims ................
riveis and harbors, ............... 184 668
surveys ........................ foreign intercourse ............. 668
184 exploring expedition............
property lost at fire in Washington 668
nvyyard............... house for plants from Japan. ..... 669
statue of Andrew Jackson...
185
.185 public buildings ............ 667, 669
steamboat inspectors ............. 185 d-offices ..................... 668
custom-houses ................ 186 / steam dredge-boats on the lakes,... 670
public grounds, .............. 186 )ekuvcre,
president's house, ................ terms of courts .................. 516
16 1 )e Ka& Gm.,"
Levi Johnson ................ 186
W. S. Barges, .................. 186 Z sapayment to children and heirs of ...... 844
E. 8. Norris .................... C-o, , Duman,
G. . Stunt, .................. 186 land title of, confirmed .............. 64
16 )elaoares, 27,
S
Globe a ................... 186 treatyOf May 6,1854, with........
and ppendix ........ 181, 187
ceflion to the United States ........ 1048
148
salaries of absent territorial officers, 188
distribution of books to members of_- disposition of the ceded country, .... 1048
Congress, confined to those print- payment to the Indians ............. 1049
ed as public documents........ 188 release of former annuities ......... 1049
salaries of deputy surveyors ...... 186 the value of the school land to remain
ight-houses .................... 188 at interest as heretofore, ........ 1049
John M. Reynolds ............... payment to chiefs ................ 1049
pay of those engaged in astronomical 188 investment of surplus from sales, and.
expedition to Chili,.......... 188 appropriation of the income, ......10I0
extension of time for bids for a mint private debts not to be paid from the
in California, .................. .general fund, .................. 1050
188 provisions respecting the idle, and
Charge for casting gold or silver at
the mints or assay offies .... against the use of ardent spirits,...1050
188
sies, devices, &C., of the new silver division
home,. of the lands reserved for a1050
.........................
coins,................. 8, 189
settlement of accounts of the late Constuction of .ads ............. 1050
colletor at San Prancisco,...... 189 provons rme nmthe land .c.u-
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District Attorneys, (continued.)
in Kansas, ........ . 287, 288
conduct of the Indians ......... 1051 in Nebraska ........................ 281
submission to U. S. governmen , .... 1051
laws may be Passed to carry out the in California, may em loy an assistant 0
and clerks tempo rar..........608
objects of this treaty,........... 1051 additional pay to ............ 667
act of 1807, ch. 46, applicable to the in Ohio ..................... 605
ceded land ..................... 1051 in Illinois ..................... 606, 607
appropriations for, .. 45, 186, 229, 318, 320,
581, 690
in District of Columbia, duty of, under
act for suppression of small bills,.... 601
additional agent among .............. 700 in Utah, fees of ..................... 656
Di Court,
from Washington Territory .......... 178 in District of Columbia,
Kansas, .................... 89 provisions respecting disability of 8
Nebraska, ..................... 282 judge in .....................
Delta of tae Missisip appeal or error from ......... 8
appropriation for survey of. 107, 582 in Alabama,
Dmarara, times and places of holding ....... 5
consul at. .......................... 622 Butler ounty, to be part of middle
district in .................... 5
Do NeulvilleJ0A4i SO$, 770
payment to heir of .................. in California, judge of northern district
Denmk, to act also for southern district,.. 84, 265
public minister at, ......... 619 additional pay therefor ......... 84
secretary of legation at ........... 620 appeals from................ 84
consuls in, ......................... 621 jdp to be appointed for southern
of public moneys, compensation of*.... 172 district in ................ .. 265
jurisdiction of in criminal cases...... 169
- allowaneto .
. . ....... . . . . . . . . . . ..
166 to have only district court jurisd-
tion except in cue of land claims, 682
Depty Naval Offers, in Delaware,
salary of, at Boston, New York, Phila- terms of court in ............... 5,6
delphis Baltimore, and NeW Orleans, jurisdiction of, under steamboat act, ... 75
raised ........................ 99 judge of, to act in appointment of local
steamboat inspectors,............... 63
pay of, general act concerning, ... 298, 299 a e ly d to hold circuit court
be
in California ................... 318 in another district, ............. 5
Dqet S "o-, of Iowa, regulation of terms of ....... 171
at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Bal- criers of and attendants on,. 165, 167
timore, and New Orleans, pay of, ... 186 in New kexico, jurisdiption of ........ 835
De Ruse, Gustavus A., additional established in 606
payment to ......................... 78 Illinois, .............. ..
Deserter fro Vessels, Ohio,................ ........ 604
SU ~ultwon respectiOL
in treaty wt terms and places of session in
6
Eac.......... I..........97 Delaware ........................ 5,
Guatemala, ..................... 887 Illinoi .......................... 605
New Grenada ................... 904 Misso. .................... 611, 612
Peru...............94 Ohio................ 604, 611, 612
San Slao... ......... 897 may continue session into another term .
from foreign vessels, jurisdiction of com- to finish a case ................... 630
missioners respecting,........... 614 District of Columbia,
penalty for enticing sailors to desert, 628 provision for courts in, Incase of dis
621 bility of the district judge,.......... 8
Des Moines CoutM (Iotr,) 5 associate judge may sitinerror or ap-
claim of, tobe A ............ peal from his own decision .......... 8
Detroit, L penalty for burning, &c.,buildings in,..18
public buildings at, ............. 571, 674 appeals to court in, from patent-office,.. 75
Dieroj Andrew .T, payment to judge therefor, ....... 75
pension of ......................... 791 asylum for insane of................. 92
Diplomatic System.See Public MIe. bridges across the Potomac to be sur- 93
neral act establishing .............. 611 rendered to. ......................
6115. aprrpritions for. See Appropridtions,
of judges in Florida, case ofr .......
Discipline, I rgatieon of executions in, ........... 158
in the navy, act to promote. .......... 6 8 bal and arrest in civil cases for debt in,
in passenger vessels................711 158, 154
Distric ttrp 7 salary of judge of criminal court in,... 157
fees of ................... 161, 162, 166 act to suppress circulation of small notes
limit of compensation of ............. 16'
6 in,..............................
accounts of .................... 165, 16 duty of attorney, marshal, and con-
appointment of, for Washington Terri- 6 stables under ................. 601
...................... 17
tory, or licensea to be revoked for violation
foes of, for services within the Past six 2 of ........................... 601
years ............................ 162 laws of, to be codified .......... 642, 648
pay of counsel to assist,........... 16

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, Jamews,
Di'sic of GWCWnz (continued.) payment tor ........................ 796
codifcation to be submitted to voters,
and if adopted to become a law, 642, 648 on goods fm British Provinces, refund-
building for custody of arms, &c., of " of, ........................... 6
militia and volunteers of ........... 665 bod, for cancellation of ............. 63
asylum in, for insane of army and navy, 682 prodamation respecting, under reciproc-
extension of railroads into ........... 810 ity tre. ......... 1179
District J44ges, taken off from goods within reciprocity 117
appointment of, in,
.Ulinois, ...................... 606, 607 treaty with Great i
rtin ........ . 587
reunding or abatement of, in case of fire
Ohio, ....................... 604, 605 or casualty, ....................... 278
general act regulating salaries of,. 608, 609 Dwinel, Rufusy
provision for disability of, in Florida, 615 pyment to ......................... 726
Districts,
collection. See Co setion Districts. payment top ....................... 871
judicial. See Judicial Districts.
steamboat inspectors to be appointed In
certain .............. 63
provision forinspecton in oter dis- E.
tricts ................. ....... 71
of suerviing inspetors.......... 70 Ectador,
public mhdsters to .................. 6619
lanud. See Land D"szrr. secreta-y of legation to ............... 620
conuls,.......................... 622
James,
appropriation or......... 1,95, 187, 570 Eddy,authorized, (with H. 0. Alden,) to con-
Dbaks, struct a telegraph to the Paifc .... 610
at Pensacola ....................... 677
basin and ralway to be built in connec- Edwards, Wallam, B.,
of .......................... 780
tion with ......................... 223 -, pension James,
See also Dry Docks. payment to,......................... 801
Domerq=Don B. Juan, iers, T,
etuement of claim of ................ 855 Ed appropriations for,.. . 46, 280, 21, 821, 692
Donation8s,
of laud to settlers in New Mexico .- Soo Efot, 7Uae
in Oregon....................... 80 register to issue to .................. 846
in Washington ................. 30i Electoral Messeners,
appropriation for payment of .......... 149
Dorsey, Llod, Eliott, As.nath At,
authorzed to enter certain land...821
Doawnan, Huks L., pension of .......................... 752
title of, confirmed. ................... 774 -, Ueorg,
pension of...................... 854
Downing, A. J.,
appropriation for arrears due .......... 18 -, Jonathan,
Dragoman. pament to, ......................... 94
0 E/, wzes U., 0
to mission at Turkey, pay of ......... 62(
621I payment to .................... 819, 820
citizeds only to be appointed ......
assistant, oflice of, abolished ........ 184I -, Thomas,
Dredge Boats, pension of........................... 834
for the lakes, appropriation for ........ 671 0 /arauy T4,
D-iskili, William, name of the Roger Williams changed to, 767
payment to,........................ 80 reter to issue to, under the name of
-vy, ......... ........ 781, 830
Dromedaries,
purchase for army ................... 63! ElPaso,
Drop Lettes, establishment of collection district of,.. 885
=sg on ......................... 64 B Elsinewa, 621
at ..........................
appro' -ation for, 15, 16, 104, 105, 295, 67 7Ella consul
ortk (M&.,) . . . t 7
appropriation for public buildings at ...571
Dubnuque, &jowa,)
made a port of delivery .............. 34
157, 75 of mail property penalty for ........ 140
grant
Dudrey, Thomas P, to ................
of land taking a receipt (for moueyappropriated)
pension of ..................... 744, 745 for a greater sum tan is paid held to
be .............................. 29
Duet, Walliam,
settlement of acount of; ............. 84 1Emema Eger, T1s,issue for ................. 773
Duff, JoAhn, register to
suit against, to be discontinued ....... 792 Empoes of. C ogres, .................... 724
Dugan, John, appropranon for
payment to ................... 871, 87
bounty land warrant to issue to,.. 871, 87 2 lthe army, oceers to be appointed on
Dundee, the Light-house Board, ............. 119
consul at ........................... 61 0 one may superintend building the
Dwakirk custom-house at New Orleans,.. 87
collection district of, established,.. 810, 811 of steamboats to be examined, licensed
made a port of entry, ............ 810, 311 for one year, andclassfid......... 67

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Eghemi, (continued.) Eve, Betsey W.,
revocation or suspension of H- pyment to ........................ 668
enses........ ........ 67, 68
appeal from refusal to liee ... 67 settlement of accounts of ............ 668
when refused, not to apply to an- Evere Edwad,
other board ................... 68 payment t ........................
o 726
mlicensed, not to be employed, ... 67
to assist inspectors ............ 88, 7D certified copies from department of the
to give information of accidents . 68 interior, when to be ...............
Examiners, 297
management of boilers. See doii.
e . in patent-office, additional ......... 670
delinquent, to be reported and pros. how rated .................. 674
ecuied. .................... 70, 71 Ec e. See ll*enamtion Ezx*changs.
to teport, when navigation on rivers E xecutions,
Is dangerous ................. 72 in District of Columbia, regulation of,. 153
liable for damage from negligence, ° Ex aTur
howvmerican consuls shan apply for,. 62a
fees to be paid by ............... 73 Explorisp Expedton,
to take an oath ................. 74 appropriations for preparing and pub-
penalty for false swearing ........ 75 lishmg the works of the, ... 77, 190, 668
report of names of, to collectors, to custody of collections of the ..... 552, 672
each other ................. .. 71 Extortion,
in the navy, may inspect ocean mail penalty for receiving more fees than is
steamers ........................ 75 allowed in fee bill of 1853, ch. 80,... 169
to superintend bulldinF of floating Extradton,
dry dock in California, ......... 105 commissioner's fees for warrants for,... 167
promotion in corps of, ............... 219 stipulations concerning, 'in treaty with
Prussia, Saxony, Frankfort, an other
for congress, execution of ............ 722 German States ................... 964
Eni, Groooy, accessions to Prussian treaty by
En nayment to ........................ 182 Bremen .......................... 97o
Hanover, ......................... 1138
of foreign vessels wrecked and bought, Mecklenburg-Schwerin .......... 971
and repaired by citizens ............ 149 Mecklenburg-Strelitz ............... 972
Enrolments, Oldenburg ................. 971, 972
not to issue to steamboats till act of Schaumburg-Lippe ................ 972
1852, cl. 106, is complied with ..... 61 Wurtemburg ..................... 971
Enticing, treaty with Bavaria concerning, ....... 1022
salors, &e., to desert, penalty for,. 688, 689 other States may accede ...........
Extra Payj,
1024
En .,opes, Starned
to be provided furnished to postmas-
not to be given on account of any esti.
ters, and other applicants .......... 141 mate for any appropriation, in amoney
re, .................... 141, 142 bill, 24; repealed ................. 99
ttrs in, to pass as prepaid...... 142 no officer, having a salary of $2,500, to
may be carried out of the mail receive pay for another office ....... 100
on certain conditions ...... 142 of army serving in Oregon, California,
penalty for offences concerning ....... 256 and New Mexico, ................. 108
to be defaced when deposited ....... 256 of navy on coast of Californa and Mex.
penalty for using or attempting to use ic, .............................. 100
twice,........................ 256 of revenue service on the same ....... 100
penalty for selling below par........ 642 of those engaged in the Arctic Expedi-
Etoys Etraordinary. See Public Minis- tion ............................. 100
ters. of navy on coast of California and New
appointment and salaries of .......... 619 Mexico .......................... 220
Error, of jurors, witnesses, marshals, &c., in
writs of, from Kansas ............... 287 Califoria and Oregon, ............ 169
280 of garrison of Fort Israme, ......... 218
Erwin, Tms Nebraska .............. of Fremont's volunteers ............. 582
payment to representatives of ........ 842 of garrison at Fort Laramle ........ 689
Espy, James, of escort of Mexican boundary commis-
appropriation for salary of. ...... 584, 677' sion ............................. 639
Estimates, of chaplains in Caiifornia .......... 639
for pay of offiehrs of government, prep.
aration of ........................ 670
appropriation for printing ............ 23
not to authorize extra pay, 24; re- F.
pealed........................ 99
Etiwuxa T4e Factor, Wiiam S.,
registry of ......................... 725 payment to .......................... 791
Evans, Jrs. Anna D. C., Fagnani, Guiseppe,
payment to ........................ 770 his present of a portrait of He Clay,
-, John, accepted, and to be placed in the 1.
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Fakan, Te,
register to issue for, under another name, 778 reciprocity treaty with Great Britan
FaldadIslands, consernmg, ...................... 1089
consul at .......................... 622 Ilawqan Land Ckains,
Fals of & M y, title confirmed ....................... 800
grant to Michigan, in aid of a canal flestdon, William L.,
aound the ................ 85,36 ayment to ........................ 220
tolls on snch canal .......... .. 86
canal around to be free to the govern- relief of executors and heirs of, from his
ment, .......................... 85,36 bond ............................. 734
False e ,tticate, F7oats, aboard teamers,
penalty on steamboat inspectors for giv- requisitons as to ................... 62
ing ......... ..... .............. 72 Fkrizn, C. J B.,
False Vouchers, land title of, confirmed to heirs, &e;, of, W0e
penalty for making or passing. ....... 93 Florida,
penalty for taking receipts for more settlement of the claim of ....... 110, 218
money than is paid ................ 239 war, settlement of claim of South Caro-
Fanning,A. C. W., lina respecting ..................... 109
payment to executors of ............. 790 act respecting disability of judges.in, .. 61P
Fanny, The, FloridaIndian ,
regster to issue to, under the name of appropriaon for, 45, 229, 280, 820, 821, 690
The Golden Mirror ............ 753 Fuen,
Fardank,Jea B. and Peagie, of steamboat boilers, requisitions as to, 64
execution of contract with, ............ 701 Folom, Capt.J. L.,
Farrar,Margaret, settlement of accounts of ........ 579, 680
payment of claim of ................ 750 Forbe,. B. B., and oders,
Faulwr,Jesse ., repayment to, of expenses for a light.
pension of, ......................... 782 boat at Minoes Ledge, authorized,... 248
Fawns, James A., Foregn Itercourse,
settlement of accounts of, ............ 741 appropriatons for, 21, 88, 89, 181, 183, 208,
Fay, Theodore S., 204, 290, 564, 579, 580, 659, 668
payment to. ........................ 203 payments to sundry individuals for ser-
Fayal, vices respecting. See their nams.
consul at, .......................... 622 salary of ministers resident, .......... 208
Fayetteville and Central Plank Ba.6road office of assistant dragoman abolished,. 188
right of way granted to .............. 738 See Public Ministeis.
Fees, Foes C4, The,
act of 1853, ch. 80, regulating ....... 161 name of, changed to Bay City .... 55
7...
accounts to be rendered by marshals, ForfeiureS. See ines, t-.
Forge,
clerks of court, and district attorneys,
respecting ................... 165, 166 of stamps on.boiler plates, penalty for,. 70
repeal of former fee bills ............. 169 of mail-locks ....................... 189
of registers and receivers, under the grad- laws respecting, extended to Indian
uation act, .... .............. 685
702 country .......................... 700
under the bounty land act ......... Fortifations,
of consuls ..................... 623, 624 appropriation for,.. 108, 215, 347, 640
of officers of courts, act respecting ex- appropriations for, in
tended to the territories, ............ 671 California ..................... 215
of district attorney of Utah .......... 656 Delaware, ...................... 215
Fojee Islands, Florida, ......................... 215
eonsu at .......................... 622 Georgia, ....................... 215
Ferguson, JYanes, Maine ......................... 215
payment to, as surviving partner of Fer- Maryland ...................... 215
gnson & MiUido, ............... 727 Massachusetts ........ 215
Field, Alexander P., North Carolina,............. 15
settlement of accounts of ............ 829 appropriation for armament of ........ 687
FRw, David, ontingIces of .................... 641
payment to ...... ............. 185 general appropriation act for ......... 640
Fines and ForfeP res. See Penalties. Al.atraz Isd. .................... 640
for violajion of post-office laws, to be Fort Barraneas ................... 640
paid into the treasury .............. 142 Fort Calhoun, .................... 40
Fniy, Andrew, Fort Carroll, ...................... 640
payment to heirs of .......... 868, 864 Fort Clinch, ...................... 640
Finnail, Walter, Fort Columbus ................... 641
payment to8........................ &14 Fort Delaware,................... 640
R&ebr and Guildfit, Fort Gaines ...................... 640
time of filing claim of, to land in Cali- Port Jackson ..................... 641
fornia, extended, .................. 268 Fort Jefferson .................... 640
Fort Knox ...................... 640
settlement of claim of ............... 885 Fort Macomb .................... 641
- , Briet F., Fort Madison, .................... 641
payment to ........................ 799 Fort McRee ....................... 640
purchase of patent of ............ 799 Fort MOne ................... 640

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Fordifica, (continued.) FanUkXin A-69, (continued.)
o tgomery ................ 640 not affected by postage act of 1856, ... 642
Sor ulrie .................... 641 of ex vice-presldents ................ 685
For Nia .....................
gara 640 for copies of copyrights for Smithsonian
Fort Point, ....................... 640 Institution ....................... 685
Port Richmond ................... 640
Fort St. Philip .................... 64t made a port of entry insteadof Frontera, 671
Fort Schuyler .................. 640 Frankin, Sir John,
Fort Sumter .................... 640 extra pay of those engaged in the search
Fort Taylor ................. 640 for, .............................. 100
Port Warren ................ 640 Frauds,
in Texas ......................... 640 on the treaury, aet for prevention of, .. 170
on Staten Island .................. 641 transfer of claims, when and how allow-
For1 LaaMie, able ............................. 170
extra pay of garrison at, ............. 639 members of congress not to aet for
appropriation to ffi Indian treaty of, 28, claimants ........................ 170
103 penalty for bribery .................. 176
Fort Leavantorth, for offences concerning records, 170,
appropriation for bridges and communi. 171
cations between and Republican Fork takin false receipts, penalty for ...... 289
of Kansas iver .................. 217
Fri-leToWnhip, (Mo',) payment to .................... M, 804
school Jandi of ................... 827 -, ToM,
A.6k, 1ouas (Lois pension of ........................ 782
panuent to, of arrears of pension of Z. Freemn, Re ea,
Fou o .................... ........ 730 pension of ..................... 797, 798
Free Ship,
consul at .......................... 621 when to make free goods. See Guate-
Fomdling, 2he mala, Peru, Sa Blvador, Pusia.
register to issue to .................. 844 Frmon John C.,
Foes. See Sacs and r. , ... payment to ........................ 804
Foqa/i land to vest In fheimple in, ... 735 to be indemnified against a suit, .. 759, 760
Framoe's Voluniteers,
compensation of .................... 688
public minister to ................... 619 pay o&............................. 108
secretary of legation to .............. 619 settlement of clains for supplies to, ... 108
consuls in ..................... 620, 622 to have the benefit of acts of Congress
treaty of Feb. 23, 1853, with, respecting - respecting volunteers .............. 582
consuls ........................ 992
exequaturs ....................... 992 salary of professor of, at West PoInt .. 708
immunities and privileges of consuls, Ranck, Jese,
. ...................... 993 pension of ......................... 866
how teir evidence is to be taken,... 994 Jrwx&I 6aUmee Labor MAod,
connlr pupils .................... 994 reservation for, in Shawnee treMy of
provision in ease of death of consular May 10, 1854, .................... 104
agents ......................... 994 Frink, John,
immunities of their offices, dwellings, payment to ........................ 815
and papers ...................... 994 FI'ontera, (Tkxas,)
complaints of infractions of treaties,. 994 made a port of entry and delivery, .... 335
vice-consuls and agents ............ 995 no longer a port of entry ............ 671
t receive protests, &P. ............ 995 YWitve A-os Labo-,
copies authenticated by them to be re- act respecting, extended to Kansas . 287
ceived as evidence .............. 995 Nebraska, .. 281
right of citizens of either country to
hold property in the other ...... 996 consul at, .......................... 620
consuls to have cognizance of differ. Fusl Allos,
ences between captains; officers, and in or upon steamboat boilers ......... 64
crews, of their own nation ....... 996
stipulations respecting deserters, 119, 998
consuls, &., to receive protests, &e.,. 998 G.
chargd with repair of vessels ...... 998
salvage in case of wrecks ......... 998 Gaines, John P.,
consuls, &c. to enjoy all immunities payment to ......................... 238
which shall be granted to those of Galatxi,
any other nation ................ 998 consul at........................... 621
duration of this convention, ....... 999 (Jalna, (Mi.)
liunkfort, made a port of delivery in Nw Orleans
extradition treaty with, .............. 964 collection district, ................. 144
Frankfort .onte-Maine, surveyor to reside there .............. 144
consul at .......................... 621 Galvepoat,
Ylunking Priviege, appropriation for buildings A;,.......571
-extended to superintendent of coast sur- Gaiway,
vey and assistant ................. 266 consul......................... 621

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to have management of grounds of the payment of pension of. .............. 809
Capitol and executive mansion ..... 206 Glenwood Cemeteryj,
Gardiner,(Ogo) 'charter of ..................... 789, 790
made apoto entry ................. 629 Gloucester, (Mas.,)
Gardiner,FrancesP., appropriation for public buildings at,... 571
pension of .......................... 746 Gynn, James,
Garni Aleader Y. P., settlement of accounts of ......... %.. 749
aPipMentto ........................ 769 Gnadenhutten,
market-square reserve in, may be used
aprof for, ................... for other purposes, on certain terms,. 15
GlW, Cbngvmiona4 and Appdiz,
land-warrant to issue to .............. 820 appropriation for,.. 181, 187, 189, 296, 570,
Gage £bcke,
in steamboat boilers, requisition as to, . 64 644, 665
G o w, W illi X
penalty for deran g ...............
ing 69 settlement of clalm of,... . . . . . . . . . . 685
at New Orleans, three to be appointed,. 98 Goggin, James M.,
settlement of claim of ............. 800
their pay, ...................... 98 Golden Mirror, Th7,
See CoUection Districts. register to issue to ..................
Gear, Rev. B. G, 753
Geld'o1gh, L. M.,
authorized to enter certain land....... 627 760
General Land.OJfce. See Interor. Sayment to .....................
1ondor,
Joseph, Jr,,
Geneva, suit against, to be discontinued, ....... 792
consul at ........................ 621 Good, Caeb j., , .
Genoa, paMent to, as executor of J. E. Bisp-
consul at, .......................... 621 ham...................... 777
Geoloical Exploration, Gothnbury,
appropriation for .............. %.... 6,4 consul at,.............:........... 622
Geologial Surveys, Go ,d,Harrison, I
publication of Dr. Owen's report of,. . veleased from a judgment, ............ 853
general appropriation for, and for pub.. 2
Cove, Willianm,
lishintreports of........... 21 pension of, ....................
further to discontinued,.......... 2 Gradi~ation, 852
G-eoretwn, (D. C.) of price of public lands, act for....... 574
surveys, U, for a supply of water to,.. 92
authorized to levy taxes for subscriptions betore *whom afidavits under may be
to metropolitan railroad, nd for water taken ... ........................ 708
and gas ................
exc ss of money paid, to be refunded, . 649
633, 634 compensatiop of registers and receivers
Georgeto, and Catoetin Railroad, under ........................ 635
nght of waygranted to, ........... 768 Graham, James S.,
Georgetown Gas Light Co. payment to .........................
charter of ................. 786, 787, 788 834
Grampas, 77,
Georgia, relief of families of officers and crew of, 799
settlement of claim of .......... 109, 218 Gray, JcMurdo 4- Co.,
reapprrat.ion for militia of ........ 186
e a Rlro and Ba payment to ......................... 776
&gO., Great Britain,
uties to be refunded to ............ 850 act to carry into effect the reciprocity
Gerard,Reese A. P., treaty with ...................... 587
allowed to enter certain land ..... 849, 850
-- , William, present of books and medals from, ac-
allowed to enter certain land ..... 849, 850 cepted, .......................... ,.
Germanic Confederation, compensation of commissioner and s-
extradition treaty with certain States under treaty of claims with, ....... 668
compensation of commissioner under re-
Of . ....................... 964 eiprocity treaty with ............. 668
Gibboa, Lardner, duties under reciprocity treaty with, ... 725
payment to........................ 220 refunding of ................. 632, 633
consul at ..................... public minister to ......... 619
621 secretary of legation o,. ..... 619
Gibson, George W., in dominions of. 620, 621, 622
pension'of. ....... consuls
......... 784 appropriation for claims of ...... 708, 704
ension of,................ 764 treaty of Feb. 3, 1453, with, respecting
Gid&,g, Gerge H., claims ......................... 988
payment to for mail contract, ........ all claims, on either party, to be re-
684 ferred to commissioners ......... 988
contract with may be annulled.: ...... 684 place of meeting............ ....
Glamorgan, The, 989
change of name of .................. declation of the commissioners,. 989
819 989
new register to issue for ............. 819 ampre .......................
,Glaspow, his declaration................ 989
CO sul a ........................... pro- ision for his not acting. ...... 989
620 investigation of claims............. 989
Glenn, Thomas K.,
settlement of account of ............ limitation of term for presenting
788 claims ...................... 990
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Gret Britain, (continued.) Guatemral, (continued.)
decisions, ........................ 990 reciprocal rights of navigation and
payment of sums awarded, ......... 990 trade ..................... 873, 875
proceedings of the commissioner, to coasting trade excepted, ... 874, 875
be in full of all claims ........... 990 discriminating duties forbidden,
record ........................... 990 on account of vessel ......... 875
salary of commissioner ............ 990 for other reasons ......... 875, 876
salary of clerk ................... 991 reciprocal privileges of citizens to dis.
expenses of the commission ....... 991 pose of goods, and trade ....... 876
reciprocity trearT of June 5, 1854, with, 1089 embargoes and detentions, without in-
inhabitants ot United States allowed demnity, forbidden .............. 876
certain privileges in the fisheries, .. 1089 vessels in distress or pursued, .. 876, 877
commissioners to determine the re- property captured from pirates, ..... 877
served fisheries ................. 1089 provision as to wrecks ............ 877
umpire in case of their disagree- right to dispose of nd inherit prop.
ment ......... , ................ 1090 erty...................... 877, 878
rights of British subjects in. American protection of property ............. 878
fisheries ....................... 1090 suits in courts .................... 878
certain articles, the growth of said rights of conscience and of burial, 878, 879
countries, to be admitted into the trade with enemies,
other duty free .......... 587, 1091 free ships to make free goods and
rights of Americans in the St. Law- persons ............... 879, 880
rence and the Canadian canals, .... I091 not to apply where enemy does
this right may be suspended ........ 1091 not recognize the principle,... 880
rights of British subjects in Lake neutral property in enemies' yes-
Michigan ...................... 1091 sels ....................... 880
duty on Maine lumber floated down* contraband excepted .......... 883
the St. John ................... 1091 enumeration of contraband ati-
conditions on which this treaty shall cles .................. 880, 881
take effect ..................... 1092 definition of siege or blockade,.. 881
Newfoundland may be included in this mode of proceeding where only
treaty ......................... 1092 part of goods are contraband,. 881,
convention of July 17,1854, with, for ex- 882
tension of commission of claims. 1093 provision as to blockades,.. 882 883
time for termination of commission regulation of right of visitation and
on claims extended. ............. 1093 search .................... 882, 883
Greatouse,Daniel, not to apply in case of convoys, 884
payment to representatives of ....... 842 ship's papers m case of war, ... 883, 884
Greee, trial ofprize eases, ............ 884
consul in ............ , ......... 622 citizens taking commissions or letters
Green, James F., of marque against the other, to be
pension of, ......................... 787 treated as pirates ............... 884
- , 77onmcs C., provisions in case of a war between
land patent to issue to ............ 820 the two nations,
Greene, .3'thanid, right to dispose of property,.... 885
payment to administrator of .......... 808 right to remain ................ 885
- , W1illiam P., debts, &c. not to be confiscated, 885
payment to ........................ 735 envoys, &., of each nation to have the
Greencauxr, C. E., favors, &c., of the most favored na-
settlement of claim on ............... 840 tion ...................... 885, 886
CGnhouses, each party may appoint consuls, .... 886
ropriation for ........ ....... 669 particular places may be except.
Grecwn.,t,, Bobert, ed .................. , ..... 886
payment to ........................ -580 to have rights, &c., of most fit-
Grevio.qh. Horatio, vored nation ............... 886
appropriation for statuary by ......... 95 first to take out an exeqtatur, .. 886
Grcer, Villiam, to be exempted with their attachds
payment to, ....................... 731 from taxes, &c........886,887
Gy*, .lohn, archives and papers to be invio-
payment to. ................. 297 late .................. 887
Griggs, Jane T., reclamation of deserters froth vessels, 887
payment to ........................ 691 consular convention to be formed, 887, 888
- , John, treaty, how long to remain in force, . 888
payment to ........................ 691 acts of individuals not to cause war,. 898
Grignon, Robert, offenders not to be protected,... 888
,payment to .................... 792, 793 satisfaction to he demanded before
Gsalemaor, war is declared or reprisals made, 888,
public minister at ................... 619 889
secretary of legation at .............. 620 treaty not to conflict with former trea-
treaty o 7larch,43, 1 849, with ....... 873 ties with other nations ......... 889
state of amity-toexist ............. 874 I Guajiqul,
privileesa of the "most favored na. consuI at ..................... 622
tion" mutually Conceded, . .... 874 1 Guildfit. See Fisher and Gudldfit.

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Gu on, E. P., Harborsand Rivers,
payment to ......................... 749 appropriations for-
Gunners in the Navy,
pay of ............................. 680 Harbors.
Gunnison, Mrs., Ashtabula, .................. 59, 1
pension of .......................... 775 Black Lake, ..................... Be
Gunpowder, Black River, mouth ............. 5S
carriage of, by steamboats. See Da- Boston ........................ "
gerous Articles. Bridgeport ................... 60
Gunter, Charles G., luffislo, .................... 59, 184
land title of, confirmed .............. 810 .Cape
Guamn, To, Charleston,....... - .............. 5.S
land claim of, confirmed .............. 7)9 Chester ....................... 56
(3mn, Francis2., Chicago ..................... 24, 58
land warrant to issue to ............ 830 Cleveland ............... 59, 184
Clinton River, mouth ........... 58
ConnemAught.................. 0
H. Dubuque, ......... ....... 60
Dunkirk ....................... 59
Hajaet, Wdllam, Erie ........................... . 59
payment to ......................... 856 Fairport .............. .......... 59
Hak6dadi,. Genesee River, mouth ....... 59, 184
consul at, ........................... 621 Grand River, month............ 58
Hale, James IV., Great Sodas Bay .............. 60
payment to ......................... 21 Great'Woods Hole .............. 57
- , £Iordecai, Huron River ................... 63
payment of nsion of .............. 809 Kennebunk .................... 39
Hadifax, (Nova tia,) Kenosha ....................... 58
consul at. ...................... 620 Lake Pontchartrain ............. 58
carriage of the mail from Boston to, Alanitowoe ..................... 58
authorized ....................... 139 Marblehead .................... 59
Hall, Jacob, Michig=n City, ................ 58
payment to,.. .................. 684 Milwaukie ............... 59, 184
mail contract with, may be anulled,... 684 M£obile ........................ 58
-, James, New Buffalo ................... 58
payment to .................... 745, 746 New Castle .................... 60
lallo4cell, The, New Haven .................. 57
change of name of .................. 783 New York ..................... 57
new register to issue for ............. 783 Oak Orchard Creek ............. 59
11ralded, Henry N., Oswego ........................ 59
pension of ......................... 817 Plymouth .................... 57
Hulmour, Providence................... 57
consular treaty with ................. 95 Racine ........................ 58
consul at .......................... 621 Reedy Island ................. 56
Hamilton, Adam Boyd,
Rivei Raisin ................... 58
payment to, for printing report on com- Sandusky City................ 58
merce and navigation ............. 21 Sebyan .................... 58
rate of payment to, on relinquishment Sod.9ay ................... . 59
of his contract for printing ........ 100 St. Augustine ................. 60
settlement of accounts of ............ 829 St. Joseph ..................... 58
- , Mar C., Washington, (N. C.,) ............ 58
pension ot ......................... 775 Waukegan ................... GO
Hammond, -Ben'mn Contingencies ................... 60
pension o, ................... 818
Hanins, William, Rivers.
Hayment
HJanlo-er, to ........................ 846 Appomatox .................... 57
Arkansas .................... 56
consul at ............................ 622 Cape Fear ................ 603 307
extradition treaty of Jan. 18, 1855, with, 1138 Colorado ...................... 57
for what crimes extradition may be Hackensack .................... 57
demanded ...................... 1139 Hudson ........................ 56
mode of "surrender .............. 1139 Kennebeck, ................... 58
other Germanic States may actede to James,. ...................... 57
this treaty ..................... 1140 Indian River ................... 80
neither party,to surrender its own sub- Mississippi .................. 56,567
jects or citizens .................. 1140 Missour.....................5
provision when the criminal has com- Ohio ......................... 56
mitted a new crime ....... ,, 1140 Petapsco, ...................... 58
duration of this convention,.......1141 Passaic ........................ 57
Hanseatic Cities, Red River, (raft,) ....... 57, 260, 582
consul in............................ 621 San Diego ................... 60
Harbingtr, The, SMannah, ........ o.......... 56, 640
name of The Amelia, changed to ..... 781 Sekonk .................. 57, 261

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Harbors dRidMo,, (continued.) Harriman, Levi W.,
St. John .............. ...... 60 time of filing claim of, to land in Call-
58 fornia, extended, .................. 268
Susquehanna. ................
Tennessee, . 60 Harris, William,
56 payment to ........................ 800
Scows and boats on western rivers, 60 Hart, Benjamin F.,
Contingencies, ................. setdement of accounts of the late ..... 735
Breakwate. Haskei, .Norrman I.,
60 payment to ........................ 666
Burlington ..................... 58 hvna,
Croatan Sound,.. 57 consul at .......................... 620
Hyannis, ............ ............
Delawara 60 Havre
60 consul at, .......................... 620
Owshead .
58 additional wail trips to.......... 111, 112
Riclhmond s 60 change of terminus from, to Ant-
Wa ukegan, ..................... werp, ............................ 112
Hayden, CatharineP.,
Boats and &cows, and Dredges. payment to ........................ 759
a
Atlantic Coast ................. 621, 622
Chesapeake B............. consuls in .....................
Lake Champlain ............. Heminger,oJoppa
n
L.,
pensi of ......................... 865
Lake Erie ......................
Lake Michigpn ................. See Danger-
LAke Ontario ............... carriageof, in steamboats.
Westen Rivers, .............. 56, ous Artiles.
lernpstead, Samuel H.,
payment to .................... 801, 802
slrvaes. Hienderson, Robert,
Bayou La Foncho, .............. land title of, confirmed to heirs of ..... 784
Brazos de Santiago............. - , Ivilliam H.,
Cranbury Inlet ................ land title, confirmed to .............. 784
Corpus Christi, .............. Henry Plantagenet, 7%e,
East Dennis ................ register to issue to, under the name of
East Pi'scngoula River .......... The A. G. Brown ............... 855
Flint, (The,)................... -Hernandez,Manuel,
Florida Canal, .................. authorized to locate certain land. ....... 792
Galveston. ................. Herrick, George R,
Georgetown, (S. Car.,)........ payment to. ........................ 667
Laket, (The,) ................. Herring, Gardner,
Itlatinicus ...................... pension of ......................... 761
Newark Bay ................ Herron, James, and Associates,
New Bedford Harbor,.......... right of way for a railroad granted, at
Ockmnlgee, (The,) ............. Pensacola ....................... 680
Ogilensburg ................ Hete, Margaret,
Ohio River .................... payment to ........................ 736
Paso Cavnllo ................... Hicin, (Kntuec4,)
rort Jefferson ............... made a port of delivery ............. 686
Providence Harbor, ........... Hicks, Johin H.,
Rtappahannock .............. pension of ......................... 854
Sabine ....................
Savannah River ............. consul at ........................... 622
Scituate ................... tinman, . IV.,
ShrewsburylRiver,............ settlement of accounts of ............ 668
Taunton Itiver ................. Hfinton, Otho,
Trinity River ................ 57, settlement of claim on bail of ......... 870
Velaco, ....................... -. Rebecca
act for relief of ..................... 870
Other Provisions. Hobart Tbwn,
consul at ........................... 622
ship channel from the Mississippi to the obbie, S. R.,
Gulf ............................. 57 III
payment to .........................
removal of rocks near Falls Island, Hud qc, Andrew,
(Maine,) ...................... 57 "to be dischatged from a bond ......... 805
proteotion of Brewster Island,
Ireat
(llass.,) ....................... 57 Hogan, Moses D.,
59 pa ent to ......................... 843
canal on the Ohio .................
appropriations for contingencies ....... 60
public minister to................. 619
authority given to Chicago to excavate n
620
a reservation there ............... 24 secretary of legatio to .............
consuls in.................. 620, 622
appropriations for reopening communi.
cation between Albemarlo Sound and See Net herlands.
the Atlantic ...................... 608 Holmans. James B.,
payment to ........................ 565
appropriation for clearing, for military
reasons ......................... 637

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Holss,!. H., The
register to issue to, under the name of inspector of ............... 61, 62, 68, 64
T11 Efforto....................... 846 Rianbert, Augustus,
Roletin, James, payment to, ......................... 18
authorized to enter certain land ....... 867 Hump&re, Aleander,
Home Department. See Interior. payment to heirs of .................. 845
Hong Kong, -, Sldvesr,
consi t .... ....................... 620 payment to. ......................... 845
Honoulu, Hner, Clarke G.,
consul at, ........................... 621 allowance to ........................ 730
Hooe, Brmdie, Hute'nson, ToAopso, -
pension of..................... 778, 779 to be paid arrears of pension of Thomas
Hoapte, Eleanor, utebinson ........................ 747
pfyment to .......................... 852 HytdrostoaticPressure,
Horsy, (an Indian,) steamboat boilers, how subjected to,..64, 65
payment to,......................... 55 Hmnes, Th~omas,
Hose, payment to ......................... 83
requisitions as to, on steamboats ...... 62
Hoaptas, I.
appropriation for,
at Boston ........... 103, 585, 678 lainois,
at Burlington................ 672 selection of canal lands by ............ 344
at Chieao .................. 87, 562 divided into two judicial dis0rie. . 6
at Cleveland .............. indepeden Treaur
at Detroit................... 572 treasurer of branch mint at San Fran-
at Evansville, .............. 202, 562 cisco, to be an assistant rasurer,.... 12
at Galena ...................... 680 to have a clerk, .................. 86
at Louisville .............. 87, 562 appropriation for expenses of, 86, 201, 558,
at Napoleon ................ 87, 202 656, 667
at Natchez, ................. 87, 202 salary of clerks of assistant treasurer at
at New Orleans ................. .571 New York, raised ................. 100
at New York ......... 108, 585, 678 compensation of depositories ........ 172
at Norfolk ............ 103, 585, 679 salar of assistant treasurer at NewYork, 214
at Paducah ............... 87, 562' additional clerks at New York ........ 578
at Pensacola,...,.. 103, 5721 585, 679 when chief clerk at New York may act
at Philadelphia,......... 295, 585, 678 for assistant treasurer ............. 573
at Pittsbarg ..................... 87 additional clerk at Boston ............ 538
at Portland .................. 87, 562 lnder, S ieel,
at San Francisco ............ 87, 562 to Statutes at Large, appropriation for, 97
at St. Louis ................. 87, 202
Indianas,
at St. Marks, ................... 562 grant of land to, for a university,..14, 267
at Vicksburg,....... : ...... 202, 562 sale of Indiana saline lands......... 16
naval, at Chelsea, disposition of lands adjustment of certain land titles in, 313, 314
of ........................... 221, 222Indian Affairs,
appropriation for ........... .... 223 general appropriation bill for 1852-3,... 41
at New York, lands of, ...... 262 deficiency, appropriation bill for 1851-2, 15
in District of Columbia, appropriation general appropriation bill for 1853-4,.. 226
for .............................. 662 publication of statistics ......... 2 38
at Chelsea, sale of old marine hospital, medals of the president ......... 238
and erection of a new one, on grounds military reservations for Indians, in
of naval hospital .............. 669, 670 California, New Mexico, and
appropriation for naval hospitals at Boa- Utah ......................... 238
ton .............................. 678 negotiations with tribes west of Mis-
marine, to be erected at Galena, (1.).. 680 souri and Iowa, ............ 9:o, 239
for insane of army and navy, in District payment of appropriations, how
of Columbia, ..................... 682 made, ...................... 239
Houaqh, Nancy, taking receipts for larger sums than
payment to ................ 863, 864 are paid, pensltie for .......... 239
.fobwrd, Dean S., appropriations for, in the deficiencies ap-
payment to ......................... 867 propriation bill ............... 183, 186
.Hncaurd's Reports, general appropriation bill for 1854-5,... 315
appropriations for purchase of,.548, 646, location of superintendencies may
656 be changed ................... 815
Howison, Wdaam G., how payments shall be made, ..... 331
allowance to ......... ......... 861 removal of California Indians,.... 332
Hudson, Lemuel, payment to Utah Indians ........ 332
pension of .......................... 778 survey of Sacs and Foxes reserva-
Hufington, John, tion ......................... 332
payment to ........................ 762 additional Indian agents ....... 3 32
.Hugs, Cornelias, their salar, &c............ 333
pension of .......................... 761 Cherokees ....................... 333
-, James, adustment of claim of Brotherton
settlement of claim of ............... 871 Indians ...................... 333

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Idian irs, (continued.) rndian Aairs, (continued.)
Creeks,. 19, 44, 228, 319, 331, 581, 689
punishment of crimes in Indian country, 270 Daootahs ...................... 304
deficiency appropriation for ........... 293 Delawares,. 45, 186, 229, 318, 320, 581,
appropriations in armn bill ........ 580, 581 690, 700
survey of tract in Minnesota belonging Eel Rivers, ............. 46, 230, 321
to ihe Dacotahs or Sioux .......... 304 229, 320, 690
Florida Indians ..... 45,
general appropriation bill, for 1855-6,.. 686 lowas, . 46, 230, 318, 321, 690, 700
pay of superintendents ............. 686
.ansas........
agents ......... 675, 686, 698, 700 Kaskaskias ........ 318, 319, 690, 700
nterpreters ................. 687 46, 318, 691
clerks ............... 687, 699 Kickapoos .............
700 Kiowavs, ................ 55, 318, 687
additional agents .................. Menoimones,.. 19, 23, 42, 47, 227, 230,
presents ...................... 687
prvisions,..................... 687 316, 321, 582, 689, 691
687 3iamies, 46, 230, 321, 580, 671, 691,
buildings at agencies ............. 700
contingencies .................... .687 47, 231, 822, 692, 700
698 Misourias .....
in Washincton territory, .......... Molaas ....................... 675
in California,..............*698, 699 Munsees ..... ; ............... 699
reservations, ........................ 699 Navajos,.................. 322, 692
in Oregon ........................ 698
698 Now York Ind ans.... 23, 42, 227, 316
in New Mexico ................... Omahas ....... 47, 231,322, 692, 700
in Utah .......................... 698 49, 232, 323, 692
698 Osages .............
rescue of prisoners .............. Ottoes ...... 47, 48, 231, 322, 692, 700
collection of statistics,... : .......... 699 Ottowas ..... 20, 23, 48, 231, 322, 693
sale of Sioux lands ............... 699
Pawnecs ........... 49, 233, 324, 696
laws respecanz forgery and depreda- Peorias .......... ... 580, 690, 700
tions on malls, extended to the In-
Piankeshaws, 49, 233, 824, 580, 690,
dian country ...................... 700 700
agents authorized to administer oaths, Pottowatomis,... 18, 49, 283, 824, 693
and take acknowledgments, .... T.. 701 Pueblos ........................ 820
appropriations for support of depart- Puget Sounds ................ 675
ment of,................. 649, 650
for sales, at reserves, ..... 666 Quapawa..........51; 234, 320, 694
Rogue River, '325, 326, 675, 695
publication of Indian treaties in the Sacs and Foxes, . 23, 52, 235, 327, 332,
territories ...................... 671 1 695, 700
disposition of lands ceded by Indians, 700 Seminoles ..... 45, 108, 229, 320, 690
appointment of a superintendent in Call- Senecas,. 18, 51, 53, 234, 236, 326, 828,
fornia ......... 2,s 695
to examine claims, vouchers, &c. in Shawnee . 53, 286, 327, 580, 696, 700
California, .................... 3
his salary ...................... 3 Sioux, .. 28, 51,235, 298, 304, 696, 699
Six Nations, ....... 51,234, 326, 696
to be allowed a clerk ............. -3 St. Regis Indians .............. 18.
his ala .................. 3
Stoekbridges, 23, 51, 235, 826, 328, 697,
settlement of claims, vouehers, &c. . in 699
California, ........................ 3 238,331
18, 19, 55 Texas Indians ............
presents, &e., to Indians ......... Um uas................ 674, 697 .28,
satisfaction of awards under treaty of Utahs, ................. 328, 332, 697
Dancing Rabbit Creek ............. 19
Weas,. 54, 237, 329, 580, 581, 690, 700
preparation of Indian statistics........ 19 Winnebagoes,. 19, 23, 42, 54, 227, 237,
reappropriation of certain amounts ear- 316, 329, 674, 689, 697
ned to the surplus fund .......... 18, 20
Wyandots ....... 54,237, 329, 675, 697
payments to Indians, to whom to be Indian Agents,
made ....................... 2, 24, 56 832,700
ngents not recognized ...... 23, 24, 56 appointment of additional ........
AIudimpoolis~ t 7
appropriation for the preservation of public buildings at, .................. 674
peace in Californa, ................ 56
for maps of the Indian territories,.. 56 payments to, to whom to be made, 23, 24, 26,
appropriations for and provisions re- 239
spec*n
A.es the............... 318, 687, 698
agents not recognized, .* .... 23,24, 56
Srothertons ................. 333 Indictments,
for offences respecting foreign mails,
Calapooins...............674, 675 may' allege them to be United StAtes
Camanches ........ 55, 318,687,698 140
316 mails, ...........................
Catawbas ....................... joinder of charges in ................ 162
Cherokees,. 55, 291, 333, 558, 678, 687,
700 consolidation of two or more ......... 162
Chickasaws,. 42, 43, 95, 227, 317, 671, Ingraham, Capt. D. N,
688 medal to be presented to ............. 594
.- PgZdoc C.,
Chippewas, 20,23,41, 48, 187, 226, 232, 782
316, 322, 674, 687, 693 release of, from a judgment ..........
Choctaws,... 18, 42, 227, 16, 675, 689 Znsane Aevlwn,
Christian Indians, ... 41, 26, 316, 689 for die army and navy, and District of
Clackamas ................. 675 Columbia, appropriation for, 92, 567, 662

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hosital for, in District of Colum- commissions of officers inj how made out
bia, .......................... 682 an de ..................... 297
inspection, (Steamboat) copies from, wheu evidence, ....... 297
of steamboats and boilers, to be made annual report to secretary of, by warden
yearly ........................... 64 of penitentiary and commissioner of
steamboat may be put in motion,....... 64 public buildings ................... 58
of steamers arriving and departing,. 67, 68 appropriations for buildings and grounds
as to allowable pressure ............. 65 to be expended under direction of secw
certificates of .................. 65, 66 retr. o. ......................... 574
appeal from refusal to grant, ...... 67 appropriations fir 1855-6, ... 649, 650, 664
copy of, to be kcpt posted up,... 71, 72 office of Indian Affairs ........ 649, 650
where there is no local board, or it is in- temporary clerks,........... 678
convenient to resort to it,....... 68,71 pension office ................ 649, 650
to be promptly made, ................ 68 temporary clerks in ........... 664
by inspector, interested or associated public buildings see that title.
with them in interest, to be void,..... 71 office of secretary ................. 649
of ocean mail steamers .............. 75 general landofficc, ................ 649
of boilr plates,..................... 69 land-office at Indianapolis ...... 649
Insecor Of Club-,m refunding excess paid undergzad-
special, for foreign countries, appoint- - nation law, ................. 649
menit of, ........................ 272 in eneral, .................... 650
at stations for lifeboats, superintendent geogical explorations .......... 650
of to be inspector of customs ....... 597 surveyors-geral and their clerks, 650, 651
duties of, as to passenger vessels ...... 718 office of superintendent of printing,.. 651
additional, ia Texas ............... 88 pay of officers there ......... 651
ayof,................... 88 InrnarolMMt,
in 0coso Li.ko Distict, appations for, See Harer and
to be appointed from the army ........ 119
their pays .................. 119, 120 excavation of part of reservation at Chi.
their duties ................ 119, 120
Inspectoim OfSeaots appropriatons. ....................
supervising. Se SuerisnginpeMos act of 1848, ehi. 72, concerning, repealed, 77
.Ld. Law, (W'leaton's,.)
appointment of ................... 68,64 interntional
appropriation to purchase,........... 646
a and expenses of ........... dstribution thereo ..................
70, 73, 74 LsterprtUExr, 646
es of, ............................. 73
rewards to, or illegal fees, forbidden,... 74 to mission to China.............. 620
inspections by. Seeinspection.
to keep records ............... 66, 67, 78 to be acitizen, .................. 623
to make reports................ 67,78 Ian ian Islads,.
licenses by. See L~enses. consul at, .......................... 622
powers, Where there is no local board,.. 68
mn summon witnesses ............... 68 saline lands granted to .............. 7
delinquent may be removed, ......... 71 publication of report on geology of,. 20, 21
not to act when interested, or associate appropriations for running the boundary
with those in interest,.............. 71 Of ............................ 22,91
to enforce steamboat act, ............. 71 three additional land districts in, consti-
rules, &c., to be established for ....... 70 tuted ........... ......... 26,27
penalty on, for giving false eertificAtes,. 72 officers of ...................... 27
to be provided with instruments ...... 74 sale of lands therein ............. 27
may grant further time to owners of re"gUlation of terms of District Court
steamboats, to comply with steamboat in ............................... 171
act .......................... 261, 262 distribution of arms to .............. 218
approval of boilers by ............ 262 claim of certain counties of, to be id.
no person interested in any patent for justed, ........................... 297
articles required by steamboat act to land districts in ..................... 714
be competent to hold the office of, ... 262 Iowas,
insw'ae Cbo., Mu tualM appropriaions for th, 46, 230, 818,821, 690,
inco orated, ....................... 836 70
ys.
l epartmn of te, See low
apprpriations for the expenses of, for lo103., The.
1852-8 ......................... 80 treaty Of May 17, 1854, with ....... 1069
temporary clerks in pension-oe... 80 cession to the United States ........ 1069
certain appropriations for, watchmen, reservation for a home ............. 1069
and made applicable to patent-office proceeds of sales to be paid over to
building, ............ 98 the Indians, .................... 1069
appropriatins for 1853-, ... 193, 194, 292, disposiios of the ceded lands, ..... 1069
293, 294 provision respect the Sacs and
temporary pension clerks .......... 194 Foxes ......................... 1070
discontinuance of unprofitable land- investment of the surplus of sales, and
offices ......................... 194 appropriation of the income ...... 1070
appropriation for 1854-5........ 551, 552 division of the reserved lands ...... 1070

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Jemings, Thomas D.,
ro"w, The, (continued.) authorized to enter certain Ind ....... 795
grant to the board of missions, ...... 1070 Jera , 8 vester 8,
grant to John B. Roy ............. 1071
private debts not to be paid out of the land location of, confirmed ........... 801
1071 John Dutton, The,
general fund, ................... change of name of,................. 773
part of the funds set apart by treaty of new register to issue for .............. 773
Oct. 19, 1838, may be spent...... 1071 Johnson, Allen G,
the remainder to be still held in trust, 1071 payment to ......................... 775
construction of roads ............... 1071 - , Rezeka,
provisions against the use of ardent pension of, .................... 777
spirits ......................... 1071
friendly conduct, .................. 1071 -, Joseph,
former trea- pension of .......................... 762
release of claims under
ties ......... ........... 1071 -, Levis
payment to ......................... 186
futm arrangements to effectuate the
spirit of this treaty .............. 1072 - Thomas N.,
,
Irving, Sar, Payment to...................... 291
-- T. &.J.,
payment to, ........................ 867 payment to ......................... 864
Irwin, Jam, __, Z. F.,
payment to, ........................ 780 adjustment and payment of accounts of, 787
IsAmus of Panama,
route mail agents across may be dis- Johnston, Joseh,
pension of....111 .............. 729
pensed with .....................
Jones, Charles L.,
their salary raised ............... III
settlement of claims of ............... 798
resident agents on, may be stppointed,.. 111
-, Eliz6eth,
their salary .................... Ill
apprprlation for transportation of the payment to, of arrearsof pension of John
Car .................... ..........
61 748
mails across ...................... -, John R.,
IV, That authorized to locate land .......... 820, 821
name of The E Paraguay changed to, 781,
830 -, John S.,
settlement of claims of .............. 802

scttiement of accounts of ............. 110


-, Thomas, Ap C.,
release of judgment againsti: ......... 823
Jack, Madhew, - , William C.,
payment to heirs of ................. 824 792
payment to .........................
Jackson, (Miss.) -- , Walter F.,
appropriation for court rooms at, ...... 686 release of judgment against .......... 823
Jackson, Andrew, Jordan, Thomas,
appropriation for a statue to,.. 95, 185, 214, settlement of accounts of .............. 820
293
Joephine, The,
-, John, payment to officers of the customs at
payment to heirs of .............. 732 Passamaquoddy, of proceeds of con-
-- , J J, 607
733 demnation of .....................
land entry of assignee of ............ Joy, The,
-, Lewis E., name of vessel changed to,......%...781
jaipayment to ........................ 94
mistake in new name corrected ....... 830
163 Judicial Districts,
mode of commitment to ............. in Alabama ........................ 5
no writ necessary to bring a prisoner in- Illinois divided tikto two .............. 606
to court or to remand him .......... 169 604
Ohio divided into two, ...............
James Ros, The, Judiciary. See Circuit Court, Dis'ictourt,
name of vessel changed to,...:....... 783
783 appropriations for the, 22, 84, 198, 199, 557
new register to issue ................ 558, 567, 655, 667
Japan, payment of extraordinarT expenses, for
consuls ine........................... 621 99
enforcing the laws, mode of ........
659
consul-general in ................. advertisement for sites for court houses
appropriation for Mr. C. Perryfor nego- in Boston, N. York, and Philadelphia, 883
tiating treaty with ................. 659 266
building for courts in New Yorks .....
669 J"wisdiction,
house for plants from ................
Jaerro, Jose Maria, over suits under steamboat act, ........ 75
settlement of claim of ............... 814
of sites of light-houses, provision respect-
Jeferson, Thomas, 112
distribution of works of .............. 594 ing,.........................
of land f O creek light-house,
Je'ersonville,(Ind.) (Mich.) ceded to Michigau ........ ; 118
made a port of delivery .............. 884 California in criminal
of district court of
Jefri ames, eases ............................ 169
releese of, from a penalty ............. 783 of district court of western district of
Jhosse, The, Arkansas ............... 269, 270
register to issue to .............. 884
Jmkins, James H.,
of district court Of New exico Over
revenue offleers in district of El Paso, 885
payment to,.................. 4 768, 764

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PAGA PLGU
Jirisdictiin, (continued,) KasisWa, (continued.)
to recover penalties under act for sup- future arrangements to effectuate the
pression of small bills in District of objects of-this treaty ........... 1084
Columbia, ........................ 600 construction of roads ............. 1084
of circuit court in California,...... 631, 632 provisions for persons, omitted in
of courts of cimhs .............. 612, 61 schedule ...................... 1085
JTaors, 691, 700
pay of, ......................... 168 2k , for,. 318,319, 690,
at opriatiofts
odoarslr,
in California and Oregon, extra pay register to issue to .................. 741
to ........................... 169 Keenan, amer,
Jwtiof the P, payment to ......................... 659
in District of Columbia, jurisdiction of, Ke//2i, Joel,o
over violations of act to suppress relief of, as surety for B. F. Hart, ..... 78
small bills there, ................... 600 -, Joku W.,
settlement of account of ............. 791
IL sandy, Jese,
payeat to representative of .......... 793
Kent, Edard,
territory of, established, .............. 983
boundaries ................. 283, .84 pyment to, ........................ 203
to be admitted into the Union with
or without slavery as inhabitants puy of volunteers from ............. 294
choose ....................... 983 KetudS Asylum for the Nef and Dumb,
repeal of restriction as to slavery,.. 289 time for selling lands of, extended ..... 728
officers of ............. 284, 287, .88 Keokuk, (Ioa,)
legislature of ............... 284, 285 made a port of delivery, ............ 346
legislative power of ......... 285, 986 mail service from, to Oalena, .......... 589
judiciary,........ ...... 286, 287 Keraugh, .?hn,
appeals and error, ........ 87 pension of .......................... 762
provision as to fugitives from labor, 287 Kerr, John B.,to .......................
paent 291
seat of government ......... 288, 582
delegate from ................... 288 KeyWet,
lands in ............ 2 89, 290, 310 appropriation for a depot of coal for the
certaiu officers in, to give security,. 290, navy atr. ......................... 28
land surveys in ............... 310 capos,
treaty of May 18, 1854, with ........ 1078
preistics In .................. 310 cession of land to the United States, 1078
appropriation for military posts in. 608 reservation for a permanent home, 1078'
public buildings in ............. 635 payment for said cession, ......... 1079
military roads in .............. 641 how expended ............... 1079
suport of government of ....... 655 disposition of the reservation ....... 1079
library in ................... 724 payment for improvements, ........ "107s
Indian agency in, pay of agent,..-.... 700 private debts not to be paid from gen-
communication between Kansas River erl fund ....................... 1079
and Fort Leavenworth ............. 217 grant to reter Cadue, . :.......... 1079
Kansas Indians, construction of roads. ........... 1080
appropriatiou for ....... 46, 230, 321, 690 release fri former treaties ........ 1080
ditional agent among .............. 700 provision against use of ardent spirits, 1080
tzsat of ay 30, 1854, with........ 1082 conduct of Indians ................ 1080
future arrangements for effecting the
assent of the United States to union object of this treaty............. 1080
of Kaskaskias, Peorias, Pianke- aproriation for the,. 46, 818, 319, 691,700
shaw, and Wea Indians ........ 1082
cession to the United States .... 1082 settlement of accounts of ............. 670
rpervation .................... 1082 -- , J. B.,
disposition of the ceded lands..... 1082 settlement oP accounts of ........... lo9
selection of lots ................ 1082 -, John S,
sale of residue ................ 1083 pension of ......................... 826
proceeds of sale,................ 1083 -, Richard,
grant to the American Indian Mis. land title of, confirmed .............. 796
sion Association ............. 1083 -, WdU/am B.,
relinquishment of present annuities administration to, of oath of office as
and of all claims. under former Vice-President, ................... 180
treaties, ...................... 1083 King's Mountain,
payment for such releases,......... 103 bounty land act to extend to volunteers
disposition of said judgments ..... 1084 at, .............................. 702
settlements by others, not permitted Kingston, (Jamai,)
till after selections by the Indians, 1084 consul at .......................... 620
debts 6f individuals not a charge on Kinney, Henry L,
the fund ..................... 1084 settlement of claim of .............. 110
provision for those intemperate, &c., 1084 KiEways,
provision against the use of ardent presents to ......................... 55
spirits ......................... 1084 appropriation for ............. 818, 687
conduct of Indianq ............. 1084 See Camauches.
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A~tery, (3faine,) Land Distc, (countinued.)
authorized at navy-yard at, ... 680
bridenos in Oregon ................ 609, 610, 673
..napp, In Wisconsin. ...................... 615
payment to,. ........................ 81 in Florida ................ .... 5 90, 629
increase of pension of .......... 739, 861 in Iowa, ....................... 714, 715
Knoxeille, (Ten.) Land Offices,
made a port of dcivery'!u the New Or- ins onsi n .................... 2, 26
leans collection district ............ 144 -in Iowa .......................... 26, 27
surveyor to reside there .............. 144 in Minnesota, ..................... 40, 41
Kossul Ls, pay of registers and receivers in, for lo-
resolution of welcome to ............. 145 6ating bounty land warrants,........ 4
KoWA, The, provisions respecting, when they are
regitry of .............. 728 abolished.................152, 214
Iman Y,(Oreon,) President may discontinue when sales
made a of delivery
portsm/0d .............. 629 rless than expenses ............. 194
Krstee. see and Rken. President may chinge location of,. 204, 244
established in
L Kansas,........................ 310
Michigan, ...................... 275
Laborers, Minnesota, ................ .274
in the governmental service at Washing- Nebraska ...................... 810
ton, increased percentage of pay of,.. 97 at V'meennes, continued ........... 607
La Crose Land Diatre,c at Indianapolis, rooms for ......... 649
constituted ......................... 26 approprtion for salaries at ...... 660, 668
Lacon, illiamt, books at ....................... 649
claim of, to be audited ant paid. ...... 763 Lunch, Pubhc,
La Fte, Martin, land districts and offices. See tms. fe.
payment to. ........................ 209 military bounty-land warrants made as-
Lagnayra, signable, ........................ 3,4
consul at ...........................
621 pay of registers, &c., for loeating,.. 4
Lahaina, military bounty-land, extension of right
consul at, .......................... 629 ,. ................................. 4
Lake House, sali* lands,
. mail from .......................... 11 in Wisconsin ................ 5, 597
Lake Michigan, in Iowa, ...................... 7
stipulations respecting navigation of. in In Indiana, ..................... 15
reciproeity troaty of June 5,1854, with in Michigsn..................80o
Great Britain ..................... 1091 certain land entries inFlorida legalized, 7
prog'nption rights on Menomonee pur-
made a port of delivery ......... 833, 884 chase, ........................... 7
Laka, of settlers on line.of Central I. R.
appropriationfor survey of ........... 638 and Its branches .............. 27
steam droed boats on the ....... 670 grants of rights of way through the,
Lake Win sib ipperoa. See cup- to Missouri, .................... 8
to all plank and railroads, and Mac-
Land S~, adamized turnpikes ............ 28
in California, appropriations for com- to Lockport andBffalo R. R.,.... 29
missioners on..................... 94 grants of land,
In California, pay of commissioners on, to Missouri, in aid of railroads,... 8, 9
and their secretary,................. 208 to Indiana, for an university ..... 14
in Indiana, adjustment of, 313, 814 to Mchn in aid of a canal round
in Now Mexico, examination of ...... 809 to "St. Mary ....... 85, 86
in California, time of filing extended to, 268 in Missouri, may be taxed after sale,.. 10
in Calif6rnia, commission on extended,. 603 sleof alternate aetiounin Missouri,.. 9
632
W", from decisions respecting,.
Lander, P,appeals of military reserve mn Arkpsas,... 14
ament to, ................... 646 at ort Snelling .......... 36,87
Districts, of Wyandot purchase .......... 15
Steven's Point and La Crosse (Wise.) satisfaction of Virgini military land
constituted ..................... 25, 26 warrants ......................... 143
officers there ................. 25, 26 market-square at Gnadenhutten, (Ohio,)
Chariton, Northern, and MissourkRiver, may be used for other purposes ..... 15
(Io,) consited ........... 2,27 purchase of "Shobonier reservation,. 20
officers there, ... ........... - 27 authority given to excavate a reserva-
of landthere,............ 27 tion at Chicago ........ d....... 24
Sauk River, (Minn.) costitted, .. . 40, 41 relocation of bounty land warrants, 150, 151
officers there, ........ ........ 41 disposition of papers, &e., where land
establishment of, in-Cairulat.... 245, 246 offices are abolished ............... 153
established in grant to Arkansas and Missouri, for a
Kansas, ........... ..... 310 railroad ..................... 155, 156
Michigan,.....,.......... ,.... 275 pries of alternate sections doubled, 156
Minnesota, .............. , 274 grant to Belleview, Burlington, and Du-
Nebraska ................... 4..... 310 buque ...................... .... 1 ;

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rights of settlers, their widows, &c., in additional time for surveys and warrants
Oregon ...................... 158, 159 in tbo Virginia reserve, ........ 598, 701
sales of, in Oregon, authorized ........ 159 extinction of Chippewa titles in Mine-
officers to be appointed ........... 159 sota, ..............................
reservations ................. 15% 160 598
compensation of surveyor-general in 'patents fOr, where land is confirmed,... 599
pat at Cincinnati ................... 601
Oregon .......................... 158 m Utah reservatloii for schools and Uni-
military reservations in California, Utah, versity, ..........................
or New Mexico, for Indian purposes. 238 611
appointment of surveyor-general,.. 611
right of preiimption in the alternate re. preimption rights in Maison Rouge and
served sections in lines of railroad, .. 244 De Bautrop Grant .................
on lands in California, ........... 626
246 provisions respecting military reserve. at
in reservation, on account of French St. Peter's .......................
or Spanish claims ............. 244 627
president authorized to change location confirmation to Ohio of canal seloe-
of land offices ............... tions ............................ 634
204, 244 swamp lands .......................
or to abolish them in certain cases, 194 634
in California, survey of, authorized and reffnding of excess paid under gradua-
regulated ............... tion law ......................... 649
244, 245, 246 stations of mail carriers in terroies,
officers to be appointed, ...... 244,245 and their prehmption riphts .......
grant of school lands, ............ 246 684
ceded by Indians, disposition of, ...... 7oo
location of school lands ......... 247 school lands in
town and village lots ............ 247 Alabama, ............. 153, 275, 299
officets concerned with, term of office,.. 247 California ..... ........ 246, P47
bonds of ....................... 247 Kansas, ...................... 289
grant to California for a university and Minnesota, ...............
for public buildings ............... .257, 258
48 Mississippi, .................... 6
sur~ejor-general of Oregon to have a Nebraska ..................... 2
................ 2********
48
248 New Mexico .....................
his attested copies to be evidence,. 309
Oregon ................... 150
his salary...................£4 en-
correction of erroneous lo.cations and Wsshintoo......
acts concerning, in vor of individuals,
.... 1T9
tries, ....................... 256, 257 &c. See bler nastes.
act concerning suspended entries, ..... 258
reserved cedar lands in Alabama to be Lane, Joseph
sold ............ .......... 259 payment to ......................... 666
-, Thowas W.,
adjustment of claims to, in
California, .................. 265, 268 186
,at ent to, .........................
Indiana,. ................. 813,814 consul at .........................
Louisian .................... 622
347 La Reintw, ai.y,
New Mexico ................... 09 paylmet to........................ 807
time of satisfying bounty land claims ex- La 1=els
tended, ....................... 267 consul at ....................
university in Indiana, ................ 267 620
Lathm, CorneliusU.,
grant to Council Bluffs ........ 273, 274 pension of ...................
to a township in Alabama, ..... 275 784
LaAeqy, A. 8.,
confirmation of claims in the Bastrop land warrant to issue-to ............. 824
Gran;&L.) .................. 299 Laalette, Elias A. F.,
grant to innesota for railroads ..... 3 02 payment to .........................
repealed ....................... 782
575 Lawe 4vent,
Dacotak or Sioux reservation in Minne- in California, an associate to be ap.
sota to be surveyed and exchanged,.. &0k pointed,........................... 99
donations of, in his-salary and that of the associate
Oregon ................... 805, 306 not to exceed $5,000 each. .....
Washington, ............ 305 306 99
New Mexico ............ Lawa-swc, 7-chariah,
308,309 payment to. ......................... 856
pregmption rights. See _Prempt/i. Laws;,
grant to Oregon and Washington, for a
university
surrey .........................
and sale of, in New Mexico, Kan-8 05
Ure .....
purchase of 100 copies of Statuted at 2
:.........2
sa, and Nebraska, ................ 808
publisfing, appropriation for........ 17
purchase of 100 copies of synoptical in-
selection of canal lands by Illinois,.... 344 dex td ............................ 97
of land by Wisconsin, for improve. payment of extraordinary expenses in
met of0Fox and Wisconsin riv- enforcing the ..................... 99
ers ..................... 845, 724 purchase of 1,000 of Vol. IX. Statutes
fee vested in the Staten to which grants at Large .........
have been made ................... .......... 147
346 purchase of 2,000 of VoL X. Statutes at
graduation of price of ............... 574 Ia . ge .........................
L
officers of Congress entitled to benefit of 646
the bounty acts ................... 576 pension of .......................... 826
surveys in Alabama, connection of with Lea yentt, D.,to,...............
boundary with Flolida, ............ 593 payment o.......... 760

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Leavenwrth, Harriet, ahilioto Pasengers, (continued.)
pension of ........................... 777 for taking too many passengers,. 68
Ze JivN
aes, for insufficient food or aecommoda.
p to administrator of .......... 868 tdons ........................ 69
Lese y, , for detention ................... 69
clan of, to be audited and paid ....... 199 for neglect to stop in case of dan-
Lee, Oliver, ger ......................... 72
paym nt to representatives of ......... 848 for violating steamboat act, ....... 72
- , RichardB., lien on ve"sel for ................. 69, 74
payment of ....................... 218 of engineers and pilots -
for negligence, &e.,.......... 72, 78
consul at ........................... 620 for violating rules for passing, .... 72
L,.petka, Serdnaries of, for violating .teatabout act, ....... 72
general act for appointment and pay of, 619,
620 of Congress,
must be citizens .................. 628 prehase of books for.......... 1,77
may be dispensed with, .............. 669 repair of ro for, .............. 1'3
contingencies of, .............. 20, 77
consul at,............................ 62l sale of books damaged by fire.... 97
consul at, .......................... 621 portrait of Henry Clay tobe placed
in the. ................. 147
Leath, of the Patent Office A
consul at, .......................... 621 appropriations for .. .......... 96
Lendrt, Capt.3..., preparation of catalogue of ........ 191
adjustment of accounts of,............ 831 salary of officers of .................. 572
Leonie, The, appropriations for, . 19'0, 191, 296, 547, 548,
register to issue to The Prentice, und6r 645, 663, 669
the name of,...................... 742 salary of officers of, and employees in,. 651
L'Efta, The,
payment of proceeds of condemnation not to issue to steamboat, till steamboat
of, .............................. 607 act is complied with .............. 61
Letter Carriers, - to carry on steamboats certain danger-
in California, Washington, and Oregon, ous articles ..................... 63, 66
provisions respecting,. ....... 312, 313 to be kept posted up ............. 71
to pilots and engineers, .............. 67
ship, to be deposited in nearest office, .. 140 revocation and suspension of ..... 67
illegally carried, power to search for and to be reported by collectors to each
seize ........................ 140, 141 other ........................ 71
to be forfeited .................. 141 appeal from refusal to give ........ 67
may be detained ............. 141 not to be granted by another board
stamped envelopes for, to be provided,. 141, after refusal, .................. 68
142 in District of Colum'bia, forfeiture of for
may be carried in stamped envelopes, out violation of act to suppress small bills, 601
of the mail, ...................... 142 Lieaenant-General,
advertising of list of, in foreign lan- Li ade of, temporarily revived ......... 723
guages9 ......................... 40
uncalled for, in California, advertisement a substitute for metallic, 'may be accept.
of P., ....................... 225 ed by inspectors in certain cases, .... 262
Ley, 3ona a propriations for ...... 200, 563, 597, 658
settlement of claim of ............ 814 L,.Peswrers,
Lew Chew, on board steamboats, requisitions as to, 62
compact of July 11, 1854, with ....... 1101 Light-houses, 4-c.,
trade allowed at Lew Chew ...... 1101 appropriations for the expenses of de-
trade, where to be earried on....... 1101 partment of .................... 85, 86
wrecks, ........................... 1101 general bill ........................ 112
stipulations respecting conduct of at Waugasham, (Mich.,) ........... 21
Americans who land ......... 1101 appropriation for assistance in case of
burial-ground. .................... 1101 wrecks, . ................... 18....
11
pilots . .................... 1101 for testing Wilson & Meacham's ap-
price of wood and water........1101 118
Lewois, Henry, paratus .....................
light-house at Otter Creek (Mich.) to be
James, to enter certain land ....... 826 sold, .............................
authorized 118
-,
provision for preliminary surveys and
payment to ......................... 729 report as to sites ............. 118, 119
-, James M., light-house board constituted. See that
pension of ......................... 817 title.
estimates for, by whom to be made,.... 120
bounty-land act extended to volunteers contracts for, how made ............. 120
at .............................. 702 Lght-houses,
Liability to Passengers, appropriations for 1853-4, 188, 199, 200, 201
of steamboat owners and masters - part of act of 1851, ch. 110, j 2, re- .
for non-compliance with inspetor's pealed, .......................... 188
orders ....................... 68 general appropriation bill for ......... 240

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Light-houses, (continued.)
prelimiaary surveys as to sites .. 3....44 consul at, .......................... 620
appropriations for Light-house estalish- List ofjPassengers,
mont ...................... 562, 563 to be kept on steamboats, ... ,, ....... 74
appropriations for 1855-6 657, 658, 668, penalty for neglect, ................ 74
671 to be open to inspection of certain offi-
light-house board ............ 647, 648 cers ............................ 74
appropriations for the erection, &c., of, in Lttel, J. S.,
Alabama, ......... 116, 117, 242, 341 payment to, ........................ 188
California,. 117, 118, 242, 343, 563, 671 Little 4- Bwn,
Connecticut, ....... 114, 241, 837,338 appropriation to purchase vols. 16 and
Delaware ...... 115,116, 241, 338, 339 17 Howard's Reports ............ 646
Florida, .... 86, 107, 177, 242, 341, 658 Wlheaton's Int. Law ........... 646
Georgia, ....................... 341 Vol. 10 Statutes at Large ....... 646
Illinois................ 107, 842, 343 appropriation to, for printing post-route
Indiana ....................... 342 act of 1854 ......................
667
Louisiana, 117, 242, 341, 342, S43, 344, LiL'ePool,
658 consul at ........................... 620
Maine,.... 112, 113, 240, 243, 335, 336 Loan-O ffle H1 Aes,
Maryland................. 115, 339 appropriation for redemption of, .... 20, 95
Massachusetts,. 113, 114, i1, 240, 241, Locl impectors. See Inspectori.
243, 336, 337, 592, 658 Lockport and Biqfalo R. R.,
Michigan .............. 115, 241, 342 rght of way granted to ............ 29
Minnesota, ..................... 671
Lomax, Elizabeth V.,
Mississippi ............... 117, 841 ,jension of ............... 74,756, 757
New H mpshit ................ 113
Now Jersey,... 115, 118, 241, 948, 338 consul at ........................... 620
New York, 114, 115, 118, 241,243, 338, Long Island,
343 stations on, for relief of shipwrecked ves-
North Carolina, ............. 116, 340 sels ............................. 597
Ohio. ............... 115,241, 942 Louisville,
Oregon .......... 118, 243, 43, 567 mall between Louisville and Cairo, car-
Rhode Island.......... 114,241, 37 riage of .......................... 142
South Carolina, ........ 116, 242,340 Louisiana,
Texas ...... 86, 98, 117, 242, 342, 658 terms of court in ................. 807
Vermont ........................ 387 Low, James W.,
Virginia, ......... 116,242,839,340 payment to ........................ 803
Washington ................. 43
Wisconsin, ................. 115, 343 consular convention with, of April 30,
Liht-house Board, 1852 ............................ 961
to be constituted, ................. 119 Luco, Jose L.,
of whom to be composed ........... 119 permitted to file a California lad claim, 784
to be attached to office of the Secretary - , Juan L.,
of the Treasury .................. 119 permitted to file a California land claim. 738
their duties .................... 119, 120 Lutz, Stephen,
to have the direction of the light ouse payment to ........................ 863
service, ..... ................ 119, 120 LOW George,
president and chairman of .......... 119 increase of pension of ............... 861
meetings of ......................... 119 -, John A.,
change of clerks to .................. 119 pavment to widow of ........... 762, 753
to arrange light-house districts, ........ 119 Lyon, . R.,
members of4 forbidden to be interested in payment to ..................... 867
contracts ..................... 120, 121
to establish rules, &m, for the light-house consul at, .......................... 620
service, ............. ............ 120
pay of members of ............. 119, 120
all acts requisite for the due performance lIL
of lightshouse duties by continued in Macao,
force ............................ 120 consulat .......................... 622
Light-lw use Distr-icts, Afackay, CW. .Eneas,
to be established by light-house board, . 119, settlement of accounts of ............ 857
120 - , Helen,
not to be more than twelve ........... 119 payment to .................... 813. 837
officer of the army or navy may be as- -, Srah D.,
signed to each district, as an inspector, 119, 'pension of ...................... 749
120 Madison (Ind.)
his pay therefor .................. 119 made a port of delivery ............. 334
Light-house Inspectors, Ap9aznes,
appointment, pay, and duies of, .. 119, 120 appropriations for,.. 103, 223, 295, 535, 679
forbidden to be interested in contracts,. 120 Mgraw, Win. X. F.,
rules, &c., to be established for. ....... 120 payment to, for mail servie,.......... 684
mail contract with may be annulled,... 684
register to issue to ................ 86 Mail. See Post-0t0ce.

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,ULq(ontint.) PAGN
Mareta, (Ga.)
aditionaaic age of, and compensation court room in...................... 561
for, in the llns steamers ...... 21,2 Mzrine Cwps,
earriage of, authori ................
r e appropriations for, 101,104,223, 324,586,679
between New Orleans and Vera bounty land act extended to ........ 701
Cruz, via Tampico, ........... 38 Marine Hos;i4uls. See Hospitals.
aprptions5 for.i6rs-fx at Chelsea, sale of .............. 609, 670
erection of new one ......... 669, 670
from Lake House to New Iberia,.. 111 at Galena (Il1.)'erection of ........... 680
between New Orleans and Gulf Marion Tiownsip, (Oo,)
ports ......................... III school lands of ...................... 818
to Antwerp, instead of Havre, 111, 112 mrqe, Letters of,
between Boston and Halifax ..... 139 acceptance of, provisions against, in trea-
on the Mississippi River ......... 142 ties with Guatemala and Peru. See
between Louisville and Cairo..... 142 those titles.
on Wilmington and Manchester Marseille*,
Railroad ..................... 40 consul at, .......................... 620
offences relating to ......... 139, 140, 141 Marsh, Amny~ H.,
(greign transportation of, across the U. authorized to rMlinquish certain land,
States ........................... 141 and enter other land .............. 857
search for, and seizure and forfhiture of -, James M.,
letths, illegally carried out of the, 140, payment to ......................... 55
141 Mar "s,
contracts respecting, In California and fees of, as prescribed in general fee bill
Oregon, legalized ................. 145 of 1853 ............. 164, 165, 89
contract for car-ying in Alabama, ex- limit of compensation of ............. 166
tended, ........... ....... accounts of .................... 165, 166
compensation for carrying on a route in in California and Oregon, extra pay of, 169
New York, .................. 593, 594 of Washingtn Territory, pay of ,... 176
service between Charleston, Key Wst, of South Carolina, payof ........... 165
and Havana, ...... .......... 588 appointment of, in Kansa........... 287
on the Mississippi, between Cairo in Nebraska ........ 281
and New Orleans, and from Keo- in Illinois ......... 607
kak to Galena, ................ 589 in Ohio ........... 605
appropriation for carrying in ocean appro taton for ................... 656
steamers .................... 681, 682
general appropriation act for carrying, 688, register to issue to .................. 844
684 Mtin Gacia, ildand of,
route from San Francisco to Olympia, stipulations respecting, in treaty with the
authorized ........................ 684 Argentine Confederation ........... 1002
laws respecting depredations in the, ex-
tended to Indian country ........... 700 consul at, .......................... 62
Ma Bags, Mary Hmt, Th24,
penalty for crimes respecting .... 139, 140 name of the steamer Brilliant changed
Ma S&em pds. See Ocean &oanwr. to, and registry of, ................. 731
inspection of,to be made by a chief en- Marptvile and Benecua Railroad,
gineer in the usy, ................ 75 right of way granted to, at and near Be-
appropriation bills 'r,... 61, 239, 681, 683 nicia, Cal.,) ................. 872
investiation, and report to be made con- Mason, Gen. Richard B.,
cernmig ....... ............. 240 settlement of accounts of ............ 858
lines to Havre and Bremen way be dis- Massachusetts,
Maine,continued, ........................ 240 payment to, under treaty of Washing-
ton, ........................... 97
payment to, under treaty of Washington, 97 assentof Congress to cession by, of Bos-
settlement of claims of, .............. 109 ton Comer to New York ........... 602
Maison Rouge Grant, Masters in the Navyg,
priemption rights in, ................ 626 vacancies in grado of, how filled, ...... 617
Malaa, Matanzas,
consul at, ........................... 620 consul at .......................... 620
MaiM, Matamoras,
consul at ........................... 621 consul at ........................... 62
AJ14tb, Ja4per A-, Mather, Tos. W.,
lead warrant to issue to ........... 761 settlement of claim of ............... 685
oanat.Wktu, Maatdws, CUrles S.,
consul a;t, .......................... 622 payment to,.................... 745, 746
-, E. P.,
consul at, ...................... 622 authorized to enter certain land......... 813
Mattingly, George,
of Indian territories, appropriation for,. 56 conveyance of land in Washington,
16lsanhan:Island, (D. C.) to, ....................... 816
copsul at, ........... 22, 224, 586, 622 Maury, Lint. M. F.,
Maracaibo, permitted to accept present of a medal
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Memphis, (continued.)
to be credited a certain amount on a carriage ofihe mail to ............... 142
judgment, ........................ 780 pay of navy agent at ......... 101
May, of Baltimore, Ql.,)
(a,
register to issue to the Brazil Packet, may be entered as a town lot, ......... 37
under the name of .............. 758 Menomonee Purchase, (Wise.,)
Mao, Wifliam. preimption rights of settlers, on the,... 7, 8
pension of ......................... 776 Menomoneos
Mmdan, appropriations for the, 19, 23,42, 47,227, 230,
cnsul .at, 622 231,816, 8321,322, 582, 689, 691
MeBlair, P1,.......................... treaty of, Ma 12, 1854, with ........ 1064
adjustment of accounts of ............ 0S cession to United States ........ 1064
M/c ale, Danid S., home providedin lieu of such cession, 1065
payment to................... 214 payments, ....................... 1065
Me (eren, Geoge W., expense of this treaty ............ 1065
settlement of claim of ............... 870 amendment ..................... 1066
McCormick,. leph, Merchant, Chares G.,
pension c ......................... 862 settlement of accounts of ............. 808
McltieW hllian J., Messengers,
authorized to enter certain land ....... 813 in the departments, percentage increase
McFarlmd, William, of salary of ....................... 97
land released to heirs of ........... 745 in post-office of the House of Repro.
MGaw, John A., sentatives, pay of ................. 96
pa
MeGir e nt to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........
pr a,m(heoe .. . . 736
3 Afessenger, Efectoal,
appropriation for payment of ......... 149
representatives of, authorized to enter Mossina,
certain land ...................... 826 consul at .......................... 621
MeGuire, Louisa, Mafllc &rf Boats,
land tile of, confirned, .............. 825 - appropriation for, .................... 563
-, Robert F., fierkwObservations,
land title of, confirmed, .............. 825 appropriations for .............. 102, 221
McIntosk, John,
pension of ................... north and south, lands of, in Wyandott
Moz, Weand W~IaN . coun try.......... ......... 1161
payment to widow and children of,.... 745 Methdisi Wlissionary Society,
grant of land to children of .......... 745 reservation for, in Shawnee treaty, of
McKneely, John F., may 10, 1854, ................... 1054
authorized to enter certain land,.. 814, 815 At" , Bnjamia,
McKnight, ,amuel. authorized to enter certain land ....... 894
pension of ........................ 851' Me-ico,
McLane, E. J, payment to, of instalment under treaty,
payment to ........................ 849 due Mlfy 30, 1852 ................. 2
McLaughlin, Benjamin, I appropriation for running and marking
payment to,.... .................... 749 boundary with, .............. 17, 94, 95
- ,James, proviso as to point of departure,
increase of pension of ................ 863 17, 94, 95
McLellan, Jaob, appropriation for a cemetery near ..... 21
payment to, ........................ 833 export to, of imported goods, regulation
,J. Josephine, of ............................ 87, 88
ayment to ..................... 861, 862 extra pay of navy on the coast of ..... 100
McM on, Joseph, accounts of military contributions in,... 108
pension of .......................... 816 proclamation respecting an apprehended
McNeil, Mrs. B. A., invasion of. Appendix, I.
arrears of pension of Genera' John Mc- boundary with, restrictions on survey of,
Neil, to be paid to ................. 743 in act of 1852, ch. 108, removed in part, 149
appropriation for survey of,....... 209
me paT ent to,.........................
TPea, John, 188 extension of time, ............ 209
extension of time limited for ap-.
authorized to enter certain land,.. .814, 815 pointment of officers to run the,.. 296
Means, .ohn 0., app opriations for running,... 297, 568
settlement of accounts of ............. 775 of officers engaged in run-
Meddenbuy-q&herin, nnl, ......................... 568
accession of, to extradition treaty with appropriation of $10,000,000 to fulfil
Prussia, &c., of June 16, 1852 ...... 971 treaty with ....................... 301
oul at,
Meclenbzwg.Strelitr, ..................... 622 proclamation respecting invasion of,... 595
public minister to,............... 619
accession of, to extradition treaty -with secretary of legation to ........... 620
Prussia, &c., of June 16, 1852 ...... 970 consus in ................ 621, 622
consul at .................... .622 appropriations for commission on ,boun-
Afelourne, Nary with,................... : 661, 664
consul at ........................ .. 620 treaty of Dec. 80, 1853, with........ 1031
Mophis, boundary between Mexico and the
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Mexico, (continued.) AMigan, (continued.r
jurisdiction of lighit-hous, at Otter Crock
lines to be surveyed and marked,.. 1032
release of the obligations of ArL X1. receded to, ........................ 118
the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, 1033 land-office established in ............. 275
Mexico to be paid ten million dol- Mi&.igan Central R. R.,
lars ............................ 1033 payment to, for mail service ........ 683
Articles VT. and VIL of the treaty of Afidsldpsen,
Gadaloupo idalgo annulled,... 1034 mode of appointment of .............. 102
free passage through the Gulf of Cali-
fornia, ........................ 1034 Zf delegate from Oregon, act of 1848, e.
how far Art. VIL of treaty of Guada- 177, respecting, repealed ........... 7
loupe Hidalgo is to apply to the Rio of members of Congress at extra ses-
Bravo Del Norte.......... 1034 sions, convened within 10 days after a
Articles VII., IX., XVL, and XVII., regular session .................... 98
of treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, Mies, Pab k C.,
to apply to the country hereby 1035 increaseof pendion of ................ 847
ceded ......................... Military Acaderny,
grants of lands by Mexico, after Sept. general appropriation bills for, 29, 179, 182,
25, not to be valid .............. 1035 276, 277, 703
provision in ease of dificulties arising pay of assistant professors of French and
between the tv o nations ......... 1035 rawing, in ....................... 29
provisions respecting the road across salar of master of sword at, ........277
the Isthmus of Tehuantepe, ..... 1036 alanes of professors of French and
transportation of mails and property Spanish in ....................... 703
across the isthmus ............. 1036 AtIZYary Afsy.lan-
port of entry to be opened, ........ 1036 Blue Lick Springs, to be examined as a
transportation of troops and munitions site for,....... ......... 110
of war ........................ 1036 asylum for the insane of the army and
United States may protect the road,. 1036 navy, ............................ 92
ifiawmesi appropriation for a western ........... 219
appropriations for the, 46, 230, 231,321, 580, ____t Bounty Land.
581, 691, 692, 700 warrants for, made assignable ......... 3, 4
treaty of June 5, 1854, with ........ 1093 pay of registers and receivers for lo-
cession to the United States ....... 1093 cating,. ....... 4
e:rtcnsionof benefits of act of 1850, c.
reservation for home and schools,... 1093
disposition of the ceded lands ...... 1093 85, giving ........................ 4
sale of the reserves ............... 1094 in Arkansas, to be sold, and former sales
payment for said cession ........ 1094 ratified ........................... 14
mode of payment of the remaining in- of Virginia soldiers, provisions respecting 143
stalments due under traty of Nov. Miitary Cintributio,
28, 1840 .................. 1095 settlement of accounts of ............. 108
blacksmith and miller ............ 1095 act concerning, extended .............. 218
release of claims under other trea- Militany Posts,
ties, ........................... 1095 establishment of, in
payment for such release .......... 1095 Kansas .......................... 608
mode of payment, ................. 1096 Minnesota, ....................... 608
claims, how made ................ 1096 Nebraska ........................ 608
the annuity of $25,000 to be paid for MHita.y Reserve,
1854 and 1855, and no longer,.... 1096 at Fort Sncling (Minn.) reduced in
division of the money ............. 1096 limits, ......................... 36, 37
repayment to United States of sale of lands at, .............. 36, 37
amount advanced under act of 1852, Mendota way be entered as a town
c. 103 .......................... 1096 lot .......................... 37
settlement of the coded lands, ...... 1097 in California, for Indian purposes .....238
private debts not a charge on the gen- settlements near, forbidden ....... 247
eral fund ...................... 1097 in Oregon, ................ 159, 160
provision respecting the idle and in- at St. Feter's, sale of lands at,....... 627
1097 Military Roads,
&ppropriations for, in
temperate .....................
conduct of the Indians ............ 1097
construction of roads .............. 1097 gregon ........................... 608
future arrangements to effectuate the Nebraska, .................... 603, 604
objects of this treaty ............ 1097 Washington, ................. 608, 604
application of the first instalment of Minnesota ........................ 610
one of the above payments ...... 1097 Kansas .......................... 41
application of part of the annual pay- see Roads.
monts to the Miamies west, ...... 1097 Military or s,
mill and school-house ............ 1097 -Orgon, aliforna and New Mexico,
amendments,. - ............... 1098 pay of ........................... 915
1611ar, Jds, 7
saline lands in, confirmed to ......... 30 register to issue to vessels of .....754, 755
grant of land to, in aid of a canal round Miller, James F.,
the Falls of St. Mary ............. 35, 36 payment to..... .............. 671
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inter', Rea, Mint, and Brandes,(eoutinued.)
pension of .......................... 765 provision for an assayer in California,
- , Philip, prospectively repealed ............. 12
pension of ........................... 727 issue ot new silver coins from, and their
-, William, weight ...................... 160, 161
pension of,.......................... 794 their size and devices ........... 187
Mitll~an, Robot, purchase of bullion for ........... 160
additional pension of ................. 730 private deposits for, forbidden,.... 161
Mills, Clark, regulations concerning ...... 160, 161
to be employed to make an equestrian act when to take effect, ...... 161, 188
statute of George Washington ...... 153 new gold piece of 83 to be issued ..... 16i
to be compensated for his statue of An- charge for easting .............. 161, 188
drew Jackson ...................... 214 persons to make devices for new coins,. 188
advance of money to .............. 872 accounts of .................... 160, 197
Mi/waukie, (Wis.) transfers to from assay office ......... 218
appropriation for public buildings at, 571, provisions respecting assay office at New
604 York ................... 212, 218, 214
Mines in Callfornia, in California, extension of time for bids
citizens of rern to hae same rights in, for, .............................. 188
as shall be accorded to other nations, 932 refining by private establishments, ..... 212
Ministers,public, salary of clerks in ................. 573
provision respecting. in treaties with assay office at New York .......... 654
Gautemals and Peru. See those bullion to be sent to, from assay office in
titles. form of refined bars ............... 653
see Public Ministver. pay of clerks of, at New Orleans...... 673
Minnesota, of officers in assay office,New York,. 654
appropriations for, 20, 83, 84, 197, 198, 556,
654, 666 consul at .......................... 622
boundaries of military reserve in, re- Misstmary tations,
duced ........................... 86 in Washington Territory, grant of, . 173
additional land-office in............. 40, 41 Minions, Board of,
name of St. Peter's River in, changed to grants to, in treaty with the
Minnesota River .................. 147 loways .......................... 1070
appropriation for roads in ........... 150 Kaskaskias ....................... 1083
for public buildings in, ........... Omahas ..........................
248 Mississippi, 1045
school lands in ............... 257
additional land districts in .......... 274 sales of school-lands in, authorized and
public buildings ..................... 292 ratified, .......................... 6
grant of land to, for railroads,......... 302 river, survey of the delta of .......... 107
repealed ................... 575, 823 channel frcm, to the Gulf ........ 57
appropriation for roads in ........... 306 Missouri, improvement of the navigation of, 56, 57
salary of ollcers in .................. 311
appropriation for a military post in,... 608 grant to, of land, and of right of way, in
public buildings in .............. 609 aid of certain railroads ..... 8, 9, 10 155
government of ............... 654, 666 surveying, and marking northern boun-
payment to secretary of, for work..... 672 darv of .......................... 91
to select other school lands in lieu of assen of Congress to taxes on land in,
those of P. Poncin ....... # ........ 798 as soon as sold ....................
Minot's Ledge, additional and special terms of court in, 611,
site for a light-house in place of the one 612
authorized on .................... 243 Missouri Land District,(lore,)
claim of R. B. Forbes and others for a constituted .......................... 26
light-boat at, to be investigated and officers in ...................... 27
paid ... ......................... 243 Missourias,
Mint, and Branches, appropriation for the, 47, 281,322, 692, 693,
appropriations for the, 83, 86, 96, 197, 555, 700
556, 653, 654, 667, 674 treaty of March 15, 1854, with the Ot-
gold to be assayed and stamped by'.... 12 toes and ......................... 1088
branc..t of. in California, - See Gtoes.
act for the establibhment of a, 11, Mistrils in urts,
12,13 caes on trial may be continued into next
oficers in.................. 11, 86 term ............................ 630
their pay ............... 11, 86 Mitchell, Lieut. Col. D. D.,
to take an oath ............. 11 his suit wih 31. M.Harrony, assumed, 727
to give bonds,................ 11 -, Edinud,
C neral direction of ......... 11, 12 pension of .......................... 854
aws extended to ................ 12 -, Joseph,
location of, and erecting of building a'ymcnt to, ......................... 795
for ..................... 12, 13, 96 bounty land worrant of ............... 795
to be place of deposit of public Molalas,
moneys in California .......... 12 appropriation for the ................ 675
Secretary of the Treasury may contract Monagan, William,
for private assays in California,..... 97 payment to ........................ 870
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MoAroe, Ehambl, Natchez, (Miss.)
exchange of the Hospitallands at, .... 788
pension of .......................... 766
-, Uriah P., Nation HWe Co.,
payme to ............ . 685 charter of ...................... 812, 818
National Observatory,
duty bonds of, to be can celled
........ 729 appropriations for, .......... 221, 676, 677
Monrova, salary of officers in ....... 220, 670, 681
consul at, .......................... 22 .ZNawkvda Almanac,
Montevideo, appropriation for the,.. 101, 221, 583, 676
compensation of officers engaged on, .. 583
consul at, .......................... 622 .,avqos,
Morass, Vzctor, 2Ye
approption for ............... 322, 692
authorized to surrender ertan lands and
enter others ...................... 797
More, Enocha , salary of secretary of, raised ........ 100
entry on army roll respecting,to be cor- appointment of pupils in ............ 102
rected, ........................... 834 report of names, &c. of pupils in..... 102
- to have rights as if he served ot his appropriations for the,.. 102, 221, 584, 677
term ................834 purchase of Barlow's planetarium for,.. 584
Naviato Iland,
paymeriftoguardans of .......... 756 consul at, ........................... 622
ROFore4 MO*a gN511'eneral
appropriation bill for, 1832-3,..
payment to .................... 807, 808 100
Mou Alemader G., commutation of rations in .......... 101
settlement of elaimsof ............... W9 investigations ofalimentary substances, 101
Morris, Fro'dric6,. appropriation for war-stesaerof I. L.
payment to, ........................ 94 t9tevens,....... .................. 101
-, Thoas;, Nautical Alma aC............ 101
payment to children and grandchildren appointment of the different kinds of
0A1; ......................... 880 midshipmen in .................. 102
MWrr7*garah, transfer of appropriations for the, ... 104
payment to ...................... 861 percentage increase of pay at the navy-
Morse, Daid, yards and barracks in Washington, 105
pension of,........................ 850 appropriation for deficiencies ...... 22, 104
"Hst"favored nation" caue, appropriation for department of the,.... 82
in treaties with asylum for the insane of the ......... 9
Argentine Confederation ..... 1003, 1006 two officers in, to be appointed on the
Vostariea, ............... 917, 918 Light-house Board................. 119
F crane, .......................... 998 a chief engineer in, to inspect ocean mail
Guatemala. ............. 874, 885, 886 steamers ......................... 75
Peru .................... 927, 928, 943 extra pay to those in service on the
San Salvador ........ s........... 891 coasts of California and Mexico, and
MossuMaeuw.~n lian, in the Arctic Expedition ........... 100
dustment of account ...... 769, 770 officer of, to superintend dry dock in
.Munt Vernon, 27w, California ........................ 105
name of the Abeona, changed to,.. 780, 781 general appropriation bill for 1853-4,... 220
new registry to issue for ......... 780, 781 salary of assistant astronomer, .... 220
pay of purser in California, ....... 220
consula'. ................ 622 his clerk ................... 20
Mudd, J.T., . pay of commandant's clerks at, and
payment to ........................ 208 clerks of the ard, the navy yards
at Boston, New York, WasIling-
consul at, .......................... 621 ton, Norfolk, and Pensacola,.... 220
Mwisees, Tyaei nautical almanac, ............... 221
appropriation for .................... 699 wind and current charts ......... 221
observatory ..................... 221
pensionof .......................... 735 naval hospitals ....... 221, 222, 223
Mtub Fire bas. Cb., navy yards, ............. 222, 223
in District of Columbia, incorporated,.. 83 magazines,.................... 223
Myers, Thom, marine corps .............. 223, 224
ssignment of bounty land warrant of, survey of coast of Gulf of Mexico, 224
confirmed ........................ 825 pay of the medical officers who
served in Mexico with marines,. 224
department of the, appropriations for, 196, 197
N. ,enera appropriation bill for 1854-5, .. 583
purchase of articles for ...... 585, 592
pa of clerks, and of navy agent at
consul at, ........................... 630 Washington, .................. 588
Naples, surrender Of navy yard at Memphis,... 586
public minister to ................... 619 two general orders as to rank m, sanc-
secretary of legation to,............ 620 oned ...................... 587
consuls in, .......................... 61 pay of boatswof six
nstrucion s, steam ..............
*. 587
frigates..... 273
consul at, ........................... 620 completion of the Santee and Sahine,.. 273

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Nmy, (contfinued.)
defleency appropriations for the ...... 295 Navy Yards,at (continued.)
eusacola... 108, 222,295,585, 678
general appropriation bill for 1855-6, .. 675 at Philadelphia,._ 103, 222, 585, 678
pay ............................ 675 at Portsmouth,. 102, 222,295, 585, 677
provisions,.."................. . 676 at Sackett's Harbor ........ 103, 678
sick ............................. 676 at Ban Francisco, .. 104, 105, 222, 678
increase and repair ................ 676 at Washington,.... 103, 222, 585, 678
six steam frigtes ................. 676 pay of officers ns
Stevens's war steamer........... 676 at Memphis ..................... 101
Arctic expedition ................. 676 at Kittery ..................... 101
ordnance ......................... 676 at Waslhigton,................. 105
nautical almanac, ................. 676 at Norfolk, New York, and Boston, 101
miscelaneous..,.t ........... 676 pay of clerks at ..................... 220
wind and cnrrent charts,..........676 dispsition of the lands at Brooklyn, .. 224,
observatory and hydrographicl office, 677 584, 585
J. P. Espy ....................... 677 at Memphis surrendered ......... 586, 587
contingencies .................... 677 bridge at Kittery authorized ......... 680
Naval Academy .................. 677 pnyof purser of, at Washington ...... 676
dock at Pensacola ................ 677
navy yards ................... 677, 678 territory of, established ............. 277
hospitals ................ "678, 679, 680 boundaries ...................... 277
magazines ........................ 679 to be admitted into the Union with
marine corps ...................... 679 or without slavery ........... 277
astronomical expedition ........... 680 repcal of restriction as to slavery,. 283
compensation of chiefs of bureaus of oMcers of .................. 978, 281
construction, &c., and medicine, &c., 675 legislature of .......... 278, 279, 282
pay of navy agents ................ 676 legislative power of ........ 279, 283
purser atWashington ............ 676 judiciary. ...................... 280
bridge at Kittery authorized........ 680 appeals and errr ................ 280
right of way at Pensacola for two rail- provision as to fugitives from labor, 280
roads, ......................... 680 seat of government, ............ 281
pay of boatswains, gunners, carpen- delegate fiom ................... 282
ters, and sailmakers ............ 680 lands in ........................ 283
trial of Lt. Rodman's plan for casting certain offiers in, to give security,. 283
cannon hollow .................. 680 survey of lands in .............. 309, 310
act to promote the efficiency of the,. 616 predmption in, ................... 10
board to examine officers ..... 616, 617 land districts and offices in,..........10
discharge of incompetent officers,... 616 appropriations for, .... 602, 603, 608, 655
reserved list ............... 66, 617 entinrea.es .................. 60
how grade of masters shall be filled,. 617 roads in ..................... 608,, 608
insane of, appropriation for .......... 662 military posts in ................ 608
hospital or ....................... 682 public buildings in ............... m 6
grants of bounty laud to those engaged library in......................... 724
m .......................... .601, 702 allowance to secretary of, ............. 673
act to promote discipline of ......... 627 Nelson, .lton,
honorable discharges in ........... 627 pension of,.......................... 778
bounty for renlistmcnt, ............ 627 Nethrlwaids,
summary courts-martial in, .... 627, 628 commercial treaty of August 26, 1852,
sentences of ................... 628 with . ............ .. 982
sentences of general court-martials... 628 provisions respecting duties,........ 982
penalty for enticing to desert from, 628, bounties, drawbacks, &c.,..........93
629 reciprocity to extend to colonies .... 983
Navy Agent, tonnage, &c., duties.............. 983
at Memphi*, pay of, ................. 101 coasting trade and fisheries excepted, 984
salary of clerks, &e., of, at Washington, 586 disposition of them .............. 984
pay of......... ................ 676 consular convention of January 22,1855,
Navy, Lepaitment of the, with .......................... 1150
appropriation for 1852-3 .............. 82 Merican consuls, &c., admission of,.151
for 1853-4 ............. 196 their offices ................... 1151
for 1854-5 ............ 554 inscription on their oices, ... .1152
for 1855-6 ......... 652, 653 not to give right of asylum, . .1152
compensation of chiefs of bureaus ofcon- to be subject to the laws. 1151
struction, &e., and medicine, &c., 196, 675 their commissions to be present-
Navy Pensions, ed, .................... .1151
appropriations for the ............ 10, 152 e qitatur, ................ .1151
Navy, Secretary of the, archives; &c., not subject to ex-
of, increased .......... 212 amination or search, .. 152
Navycompensation
Yards, consuls, &c., not to have diplomatie
appropriation for,.................101 powers, except, &c..............1152
at Boston ... 102, 222, 584, 677, 678 vice-consuls may be appointed ...... 1152
at Maemphis ............... 103, 222 passports and teir eet, .......... 1158
at New York,.. 103, 222, 584, 585, 678 wreeks .......................... 1153
at Norfolk . ....... 103, 222, 585, 678 reclamation of deserters frtom vessels, 1154

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Nherlands, (continued.) New Mexico, (continued.)
estateS of deceased persons, ......... 1154
pay of commissioners to draft a code of
arbitration by consuls .............. 1155jaws for .......................... 257
llability of consuls, &e., to local taxes, extra session in, authorized ........... 258
services, &c .................... 1155 appropriation for public buildings in,... 292
consuls to have privileges of "most construction of road and wells in ...... 30
favored nation,A .. ............ 1155
payment of officers in, while under mili-
duration of this convltion ......... 1155tary government, .................. 303
Beitrals. See Free hips, dv. surveys and sales of land in, ..... 308, 309
rights of in time of war, treaty with Rus- donations of land in .......... 308, 309
si respecting ............ grant of lauds to ...................
... 1105 309
other nations may accede ....... predmption in ...................... 309
1106
Newark, (NV.J.) adjustment of land claims in, ......... 309
appropriation for buildings at, ........ 571 salaries of officers of ................. an
Nwasit, (De.,) the territory acquired from Mexico by
arsenal site of to be reconveyed to.... 219 treaty of 1853, annexed tot ......... 575
Newcaste, (Eng.)
onsul at. ..................... 620 mail from, to Vera Cruz, via Tampico,. 38
Newcom, Bill, compensation to Spanish consul for
payment of land wsarrent E. C. Smith, losses by violence at, ................ 89
for services under that to name,... 774, 775 gauger in custom-house at ........... 98
Newfoundland. New aiy f,naval officer at ......... 99
payo1of deputy
"y accede to reeiprocity treaty with . k yof')
Grcat Britain of June 5, 1854 ...... 1092 pN of det naval officer at ......... 99
New Grenada,
public minister to ................... 619 reimbursement to, of expenses of volun-
secretary of legation to ............... 620 teers, ....... .................... 300
consuls in .......................... 621 appropriation and provision for court
consular convention of May 4, 1850, room in ..................... 333, 656
with ........................... 900 Assay office in. See Assay 0ft.
each country may appoint consuls, New York Indians,
&c., in the other ................ 900 appropriation for, .... 23, 42, 227, 316, 689
stipulations as to consuls-general and New ark, (&ate,)
vice-consuls .................... 901 payment to ........................ 590
functions of consuls. 81, 82, 83, 904 consent of Congress to cession to, by
to act In case of infraction of trea- Massachusetts, of Boston Corner . 602
6..
ties .......................... 902 New Zealand,
to appear for citizens of their coun. consulat ........................... 622
try ........................... go
in respect to vtesels ........ 82, 903 public minister in ................... 619
to act as arbitrator .............. 903 secretary of legation in ............... 620
in case of wrecks................ 903
as to estates of deceased persons,. 904 bounty land act extended to volunteers
in reclamation of deserters from at,..... .................. 702
vessels, ................. 904 ightiVgae, Phineas, Mf.
in other respects,............... 905 payment to ......................... 808
consuls of either country may employ 'aw-po
their good offices for the other in consul at ........................... 621
foreign countries,................ 905
consuls not to have diplomatic char. treaty of Dee. 26,1854, with, .......... 1132
acter and immunities, but are to cession to the United States, ....... 1132
have certain privileges ......... 905 reservation for said tribes,....... 1132
to be subject to the laws of the coun. removal thereto ............... 1133
try,........................ 906 roads may be coustructed ...... 1133
forbidden to give passports in certain rights to fish ...................... 1133
cases ......................... 906 payments for said cession ....... 1133
to see that neutrality is observed, .... 907 removal from said reservation ....... 1133
New Hampshire, annuities not to be taken, for debts,..113
payment to, ........................ 1, 2 stipulations respecting conduct of said
New e, (Conn.) tribes ................... 1134
at, ......... 671 slaves to be fied ............. 1134
Zewappropriation for buildings Node,Thomas,
stations on shore of, for relief from ship. settlement of accounts of ............ 747
wrecks .......................... 597 Norfol (Va.)
Nrew Mexico, payment to ........................ 567
appropriations for support of, 84, 198, 556, brorris, E. S.,
654, 666 prtayment to, ......................... 186
extra pay of navy on coasts of ........ 101 NorterLandDiri, (o,) '
appopriatioanor,................ 84 constituted ......................... 26
military reservations in, for Indian pur- officers in ...................... 27
poses, ............................ 238 North Carolina,
provisions respecting legislative assem- settlement of claims of, for advances,... 109
bly of ............................ 257

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Yo"t Pac(c sews,


PAGA o,,,PAGU
appropriation for survey of ........... 104 exra"of, in steamboats. See Dager-
Norl, Anna, =uArddces
payMent to, of arrears of pension of Z. OdNabuty,
-,
isoss
Bete,.............................. 730 consulat, .......................... 622
accession of, to extradition treaty with
pension o .f........................ 766 Prussia, &U, of June 16, 1852,.. 971, 972
Notaries Puuic, Obn ad, Mos,
in Distriet of Golumbia, powers of, .... 315 pension of ................. 74, 782, 738
in ,eneral to have same powers as to evi. Olgpia, (Orq-on)
denee as commissioners ............. 815 semi-monthly mail from San Francisco
Novay,
to...........................684
N consul n inToenshp,
0ir . (Ala.) 6..................2
Omahas,
appropriations for the,. 47 281, 322, 692
school land of ...................... 275 treaty of March 16, 1854, with, .... 1048
cession of lands to theUnited States, 1044
0. reserve for the Indian .......... 1048
removal of the Indians ......... 1048
Oars aboard Seainkats, relinquishment of former claim,... 1044
requisitions as to .................... 62 payments to the Indians ........ 1044
how made ..................... 1044
of officers, in branch mint, in Califo a, 11 further payment,.............. 1044
of pilots and engineers ............... 74 disposition of the ands reserved,... 1044
respeting delivery of ship letters ..... 140 protection from hostile tribes ......1045
gist and saw mils ................ 1045
of Win. f. King, administration of,.... 180
of recorder of summary courts-martial, 628 .smiths
of members of same ................ 628 annuities not to be taken for debts,.. 1045
under graduation law, before whom to be conduct of the Indians ............ 1045
made, ............................ 708 payment to Lewis Sounsee ....... 1045
power of Indian agents to administer,.. 701 provision against introduction of ar-
Observory. See National Obserwtoa . dent spirits .................... 1045
Ocean &eamrs. grant to the missions of the Presby-
additional compensation, and additional terian Church .................. 1045
trips of Collins s"eamers ........ 2, 22 construction of roads ............. 1046
change of terminus from Havre to Ant. *
werp ........................ 111, 112 consul at, ........................... 622
additional trip provided for,.. Ill, 112 Ontario, The,
general appropriation bill for,61, 239,681,682 name of, changed to- Carrier Pigeon, 767,
inspection of, ....................... 75 768
between Boston and Halifax........189 Ordnsance,
between New Orleans and Tampico,... 88 building in Washington for custody oA. 665
investiatiou, and report to be made con- appropriation for army,............ ;. 687
eernig, ..................... 240 office of colonel of ................ 551
lines to Ha and Bremen may be dis- for navy ......................... 676
continued ................ ...... 240 Oregon,
Odessa, a of 1848, ch. 177, respecting mileage
consul at ........................... 622 of delegate from, repealed,.......... 7
Offi Hours, president to designate ports of entry and
of legations and consulates ........... 628 delivery in,..................... 24, 25
OfflIce payment of expenses o4 in the Cayuse
at to prevent frands on treasury by,... 170 war .......... ...............- 80
penalty for offences of, as to records,... 170 men contrats in, legalized,......... 145
penalty for taking a receipt by, for more act of legislature of making Salm the
than is paid ....................... 239 seat of government, on0fimed ...... 146
land, how long to hold their offices, .... 247 extrapay to army serving in, ......... 108
in home department, commissions of,.. 297 school lands in,...................... 10
Oft, 2Teodore, appropriation for military roads in,. 151
payment to ........................ 728 provision for settlers in .......... 158, 159
O.qden, . A, surveyor-general of, an a concerning, 158
xayment to, ....... ........... 760 to have a seal ................... 48
0#=Barracks, land reservations in,..........159, 100
site of, surrendered to Savannah ...... 769 provison for sale of lands In. 158, 159
Ohio, fe.of jurors, witnessea marshals, ae.,
river, bridges across at Wheeling, legal. in, ............................... 169
ized, and made post-roads ........ 112 act erecting northern part of into the
survey of the lls of................ 59 Territory of Washington ......... 172
claims of, for canal lands ............. 148 government jurisdiction of, with Wash-
Virgii military reserve in, to be relin- inton Territory over Columbia
quisb.d....:................. 143 river, ......................... lie
divided ino two . judicial districts. 604 construction of rad in, from Myrtle
canal selections by, onfirmed....... 634 Creek to Scottsburg, ............... 803
surrender of part or Cumberland road land donations in ............... 305, $06
to, ............................... 152 :'reamption in, ...................... 805

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Omgon, (continued.) • Pamver, Susan,
university lands in ................ 805 grant of bounty land to ............... 858
land-offices in ..................... 806 Panama,
expenses of Rogue River war ........ 807 resident mail agents may be appointed
Cayse ar .................... 11 in, in lien of route agents .......... 111
increase of saaries of officers of,.. 311, 812 their pay, ...................... I11
provision for postal service in. 312, 813 appropriation for transporting mail
letter carriers ................... 312 across ............................ 61
dead letters in, .................. 813 consul at ........................... 621
expense of codifying laws of .......... 593 transortation of mails across isthmus of, 682
printing laws and archives of ..... 593
appropriaton for military road in. 608 appropriations for,.. 76, 182, 183, 208, 209,
public buildings in .............. 609 298, 547, 555, 867, 645, 665, 666
appropriation for 1852-3 ............. 83 proposals for, to be advertised for..... 31
for 1853-4: ............. 197 bids for, opening of .................. 31
for 1854- ............. 556 to be delivered to printer ........... 31, 32
oeage, for 1855-6 ........ 654, 666 account of, to be balanced at least year-
ly, and reported to Congress ........ 32
appropriations for the, 49, 232, 233, 323, 824, provision in case of default of contractor
692 for,,........................ ... 3
oego, (N. Y.) immediate supply of,................. 105
appropriation for buildings at, ........ 571 appropriation or ....... 298, 547, 555, 567
Ottawas, superintendent allowed additional clerks, 591
appropriations for the,. 20, 28, 48, 231, 232, size of printed page, ............... 547
822, 693 appropriations or .......... 645, 665, 666
dry pressing of sheets .............. 645
jappropriations for the, 47, 48, 231,322, 323, engraving, &c., of maes ant charts, ... 722
692, 693, 700 Para,
,consul at ........................... 622
treaty of March 14, 1854, with ........ 1038 Paramario,
cession of land to the United States,. 1038 commercial agent at, .................. 622
reserve for the Indians ......... 1038 Parna,
Indians to vacate the ceded lands,... 1038 treaty with Argentine Confederation, for
relinquishment of former claims, .... 1038 free navigation of the ........... 1001
payment to the Indians ............ 1039
fuhther payment ................. 1039 consul at, ........................... 620
disposition of the Indian reserves, .. 1039 Par4Thmas,
grist and saw mills ............... :1040 payment to representatives of ........ 864
lacksiith, ................... 1040 Parker,Paler,
annuities not to be taken for debts,...1040 payment to ........................ 89
peace and friendshp, ............... 1040 Parsons, 77nms B.,
eonduct of the Indian ............ 1040 payment to ........................ 840
provision aga.nt the introduction of Paron,Madison,
liquor ....................... 1040 payment to ........................ 779
roads through the Indian lands, .... 1040 Paso da Norte,
payment to Lewis Barnard, ........ 1040 consul at .......................... 622
treaty of Dee. 9, 1854. with.......... 1130 Passataquoddy,
boundaries of reservation in lien of payment to officers of customs at. of pro-
that in former treaty .......... 1130 coeds of the L'Esang, Josephine, and
Oawas. see Ottawas. Phenix .......................... 607
Passed Midddpmen,
appropriation for publishing his geolog- appointment of ..................... 102
ical reports, ...................... 20 Pass*ers,
Ozas John, general act respecting carriage of, by
payment to ........................ 767 sea, ........................... 715
P. proportion of, to tonnage .......... 715
Paeic, spaec to be allowed to ........ 715, 716
berths for, .............. *........ 716
survey of route for a railroad to the,... 219 house
from the Mississippi River to the, Ways,or......................
booby hatches over passage- 716, 717
appropriation for ............ 154 hatdrai to stairs ................ 717
He of telegraph to, authorized ....... 610 ventilators ..................... 717
penalty for injuries to................ 611 eamnhoose, or cooking-range ...... 717
PadiW, pro- isions .................. 617, 718
commercial agent at, ................. 122 short allowances .......... 717, 718
Pa-ah, (Ky.) discipline and cleanlinss among,.. 718
made a port of delivery .............. 334 inspection of, and report ..... 718, 720
Paige, Lieua. Gee. H., how far this act is applicable,718,719, 720
credit to be allowed to ................ 854 list of passengers .............. 719
Paita, report thereof ................. 719
consul at ........................... 622 payments for each death ...... 719 720
Palermo, disposition thereof ............. 720
consul at ........................... 621 act, when to take effect ........... 720

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Passa , (4ontinued.) Peae, 2TSMaR,
noti of the ot ................. 720 ayment to ....... ........... 864
repeal of former acts ............... 721 Pmarce, JoWUnaa,
in steamboats, 'pension o, .......................... 819
rights of, Pmron, May ,
in respect to food, lodging, accom- pension of .......................... 765
modations, and detentions,.... 69
remedies of, for violation of said under steamboat act of 1852, ch. 106,
righ ....................... 69 for deranging, &ei., means of regu-
list of, to be kept, ................ 74 lating or indicating pressure of
to be open to inspectors and of- steam ....................... 69
ficers of the customs ....... 74 for not conforming to requirements
liabilities to, for damage to them- of certificate ............... 7
selves, or baggage. See Lia- for not keepmg or not showing
bility. copies of steamboat act ....... 74
inspector's certificate to contain the for not keeping copy of ertificate
Allowed number of ............ 65 and license posted up ....... 71, 72
to have the right to see the author- for csrr"ig dangerous articles,
without a lttne,, ....... 63, 72
Passport, ined copy of act of 1852, c. 106,... 74 for shipping, &c., the same ... 63
tobe gratis ......................... 624 for improper stowage o the
when consuls may issue where there is a same, .................... 72
• legation ...........................
Passin, 624 for employing unlicensed pilots and
engineers .................... 67
"rues of, for steamboats, to be established, 72 for making or using boilers, not
a copy to be kept posted up...... 72 made as required, ............. 70
penalty for neglec t to observe,..... 72 for not keeping record ofpassengers, 74
liability for damage, from neglect to for not observing rules of passing, 72
observe, ...................... 72 on inspectors, for illegal fes ..... 74
Patent, for false certificates, .............. 72
of Arnold Bishop extended ........... 776 for allowing the water to fail in the
of R. M. Benton, and others, for percus- boiler, below a certain line ..... 69
for counterfeits and frauds, .as to
Patent4sion cap, purchase of ..............
(Land.) 799
stamps on boiler plates ........ 70
to issue wherever land is conrmed, .... 599 for fase swearing ................ 74
Patent Offce, for neglecting to enforce the act,.... 71
appropriation for east wing of ......... 93 for insufficient accommodations and
for west wing o4 ................. 93 food and for detention,......... 69
for the building of ............ 93, 98 how sued for, and recovered ...... 75
for pay of librarian of ............ 95 for paying or receiving a percentage
for library of ................... 96 as in arrears of salary, under act of
for officers of ................... 96 1852, ch. 108,12, where the officer aets
appeals from ........................ 75 for the claimants .................. 97
pay of clerk and draftsman, increased,... 96 on superintendent of public printing, for
disbursing clerk to give bond ........ 96 being interested in contracts ......... 32
appropriation for .......... 181, 185, 194 for offences respecting mail bags, locks,
expense of building for .............. 552 keys, &C..................... 139, 140
custody of the collections of the explor- for offences respecting foreign mails
ing expedition in,.................. 572 transported across the U. S......... 140
additional examiners and assistant exam- for violations of post-offico laws, where
iners in .......................... 670 to bepaid, ........................ 142
pay and rates of officers in ......... 674 for false vouchers ................. 93
appropriation for building of .......... 664 for extortion. See Extortion.
for seeds and agricultural statistics,.. 673 for offences respecting stamped envelopes.
Patents, See Envelopes.
appeals from decision of commissioner for taking a receipt for more money than
of,............................... 75 is paid ........................... 2 9
Patterson,Adrew H., in the act to prevent fraud on the trea-
payment to ........................ 862 sury ............................. 160
Paupers, in District of Columbia, for violation of law for suppressing small
- appropriation for,.92, 94, 206, 208, 567, 663 notes in District of Columbia,... 600, 601
Parie, Charles, for injuries to Pacific Telegraph, ...... 611
error in land claim of, to be corrected,.. 824 e g postage.stamps or envelopes
Pawnes, at less than par ................... 642
approriations for the,....49, 233, 824, 693 for violating act respecting carriage of
Panmastersaerks, passengers
rations of .......................... 108 Pndeto, .Toh S, at se , ......... 716, 718, 720
Paymaster-General, adjustment of account of .......... 564
appropriation for office of ............ 651 Penitentiary,
duo,
17poip in District of Columbia, annual report
to be made in coin of standard fineness, 97, 98 of warden of, ................. 573, 574
Papae,William, S., appropriations for support of .......... 662
payment to ........................ 732 to pay debt of .................... 602

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p3a.(o ntued.) Pem, (continued.)
PMt e., In ............... 662 property captured from pirates, to be
PeIm, . o., restored, ....................... 934
authorized to enter certain land ....... 808 personal rights of citizens of either
Pensacola, nation in the other ........... 934, 935
dry dock, &c., at, .................... 677 trade with enemies,
right of way granted at, to two rail- free ships to make free goods, 935, 936
roads . 680 exception of nations not recog-
appropriation for buildings 19 ......... 672 nizing this principle. ...... 936
Pensions, neutral goods in enemies' ves-
appropriation bill for, 10, 18, 14, 151, 152, sels, .................. 936, 937
208, 292, 312, 615, 616 exception of contraband, :. 937
of widows of rovolutionary soldiers,... 154 definition of c6ntraband, .. 937, 938
half.pay to widows and orphans ........ 152 exception of siege and blockade, 937
of relatives of those wrecked in the San 938
Franciso ......................... 269 provisions for the case of free,
of widows in case of a second marriage, 581, among contraband goods, .... 938
582 provisions respecting blockade,. 938,
office of commissioner of,... 649, 650, 664 939
reappropriation for ............... 616 rht of visitation and search regn.
of widows of persons in the navy in the ted ...................... 939, 940
levolution ....................... 616 convoy excepted ......... 940, 941
acts respecting, extended to the increase ship's papers, in case of war ...... 940
of the army ...................... 689 of prize cases ................ 941
privateer pension office at Boston abol. citizens accepting commissions, or let-
ished ............................ 293 ters of marque, against the other,
Peorias, The, may be treated as pirates ....... 941
appropriations for, .....580, 690, 691, 700 provisions, in ease of war between the
union of, with other tribes, sanctioned, 1082 two nation.,
See k; k. rights to property, ........ 941, 942
Pava,Jon L., personal rights ........... 941, 942
adjustment of account of ............ 830 debts, &c.,mot confiscated ...... 942
PercusSion Cape, envoys, &e., to enjoy favors, &c., of
purchase of patent for ............... 799 those of most favored nation,. 942, 943
Ped~ury, consuls, and vice-consuls may be ap-
before steamboat inspector7 penalty for, 74 pointed ......... ; .............. 943
false swearing under fee bill made,... 169 particular places may be ex-
false swearing before court of claims or cepted ..................... 943
its commissioner, made ............ 613 to take oat an exequatur ....... 943
Pernambuco, to have rights, &c., of those of the
consul at .......................... 621 "most favored nation," ..... 943
Perry Captain M. C. C, to take charge of estates of de-
payment to, for services In negotiating ceased persons ........ 943, 944
treaty with Japn,................. 651 exemptions of ................ 944
archives and papers of, to be invi-
Public minister to, ................... 619 olate, ...................... 944
secretary of legation to,.............. 620 deserters from vessels, reclamation
consuls in ..................... 621, 622 of ........................ 944, 945
treaty of july 26, 1851, with........926 consular convention to be formed,... 945
state of amity ...... ......... 926 treaty, how long to remain in force,. 946
reciprocal freedom of commerce, 926, 927, acts of individuals not to disturb
928, 929, 930 amity ..................... 946, 947
each nation to stand on the footing of war not to be declared for violations
the "most favored nation,".. 927, 928 of this treaty, till redress is de-
discriminating duties, on vessels of 200 manded ....................... 947
or more tons, forbidden .......... 928 treaty not to contravene former trea-
discriminating duties on goods, on ac- ties with other nations ......... 947
count of the national character of exchange of ratifications ........ 947
the vessel, forbidden,......... 928, 929 Petersburg,
on goods forbidden ......... 929 apropriation for buildings at,......... 571
augmentations of duties, when to take Pet, Moses,
effect ...................... 929, 930 authorized to enter certain lands....... 826
regulations of coasting trade, ....... 930 Pettibone, SYIWS',
provisions respecting stea.rvessels, . b30, property of, released from two judg-
931 ments ........................... 808
definition of "Peruvian " vessel, ....931 Phagan, John,
provisions respecting whale-ships,... 931 payment to ........................ 796
privileges of Peruvian citizens in Cal.
ifornia mines .................. 932 proceeds of to be paid to officers of cus-
right to dispose of, and inherit prop- toms at Passamaquoddy ........... 607
PAiladip~ia,
erty, .......... ....... 932.,
9.,933
provisions for the case of wrecks, &e, 938, pay of deputy naval ofilcer at, raised,.. 99
984 provision for court rooms in ......... 333

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Pia-weslaw. See Kaaams, Por"aW.Prince,
union of, with other tribes, uanctioned, 1082 consul at ........................ 621
appropriations for the, 49,283,824,580, 581, poronr. and Lak Michigan Rairad,
690, 691, 700 riht of wayranted to, at Fort Gratot, 818
Por J , ( . Y.,)
consul at, ........................... 621 made a port of delvery ............. 144
Pis, 1 in, 7Te, Coasting licenses may be granted at,... 144
register to issue to, under the name of papers for whale shipsmay be granted at, I44
Texana, .......................... 846 Port Loois,
- , Levi, consul at, .......................... 621
dischare of, from a bond ............ 805 Por Orford(Orgo,)
Pih, Js. P., colectioadistrict of es3tblished, ....... 629
payment to, ..................... 757 Porter, Thmas,
Pag Cip . See Chigpes. pension of, ......................... 823
P"lt on Steamboats, payment to administrator of .......... 869
liabilities of, to passengers. See Lia- -, W. D.,
bility. settlement of accounts of ............ 814
to be examined and licensed for one Ports
year ............................. 67 of entry established,
revocation sad suspension of licenses, 67, 68 Dunkirk ........................ 310
appeal from refusal to license ......... 67 Franklin ....................... 671
unlicensed, not to be employed ........ 67 Frontera ....................... 335
required to assist inspectors ....... 68, 70 Gardiner ....................... 629
to Vve information of accidents ....... 68 Kowes Bay, ..................... 629
delinquent, to be reported and prose- Oregon ..................... 24, 25
cuted ......................... 70; 71 San Pedro, ..................... 345
to report when navigation of rivers is of delivery established,
dangerous ....................... 72 Alton ......................... 140
fees to be paid by ................... 73 Barcelona ................. 310, 311
to take an oath ..................... 74 Burlington ..................... 143
penalty on, for false swearing ......... 75 Cairo .......................... 345
report of names of, by collectors to each Cattaraugus Creek ......... 810, 311
other ............................. 71 Chattanooga, .................... 686
Pine Growe Acadlemy, Columbus ...................... 686
land tide of confirmed ............. 802 Frontera, ....................... 335
Pioneer Manufacturing CO., Galena ....................... 143
charter of, ..................... 821, 822 Hickman ....................... 686
Pitchlyn, Hiram A., Jeffersonville ................... 334
p-ayment to .......................... 48 Lake Port ................. m38,4
Pitstsa,
Madison .................... 334
aropriation for buildings at, ..... 22, 561 Oregon ................... 24, 25
Paducah ........................ 334
right of way granted to ............. 28 Port J fferson ............ 143, 144
may be made post-roads ............ 147 Quincy ........................ 266
carriage of the mails on ............ 147 San Pedro.................. 845
act respecting, extended to territories,.. 683 Shreveport, ...................... 334
Pantagenet,
register Thes, Silver Creek .................... 310
to issue to, under the name of Tscumbia ..................... s34
She A. G. Brown, .............. 855 New Orleans to embrace the right bank
Plants from Japan, of the Mississippi as far up as the left, 268
Plat appropriaton
WV, for care of, .............. 669 PortuP,
public minister to ................. 619
bounty land act extended to volunteers secretary of legation to ............. 620
at,............................... 702 consuls in ..................... 620, 622
appropriation for public buildings at,... 672 treaty of Feb. 26, 1851, with......... 911
Plummer, Josep Morton, payment to be made in fidl of claims, 911
pension to. ............... ...... 736 the case of The General Armstrong,
to be submitted to arbitration, .... 912
pe
Poidet, ionGeorge,
to .......................... 736 copies of all papers to be laid before
arbiter, and his decision to be final, 912
claim of to be audited and paid ...... 765 $91,727.00 to be paid for the other
Pointer, Chais E., claims ......................... 913
pension of .......................... 860 postapayment, bow made ............. 913
Ponce,
consnl at ......... ............... 620 rates of, on printed matter ............ 84
Poncin, Peter, none to be charged on Congressional
land title of, conirmasa, .......... 798 Globe and Appendix ............. 147
Pool, Sydney P., printed matter uncalled for, may be dis-
pension of,...................... 858 posed of to pay ................... 39
Pontotc, act establishing rates of .............. 641
apoprortonfrq)
Portia, =kas ., rooms at,. .... 561 copyrjhts may be sent to Smithsonian
Institution free of ...... I.......... 685
payment to ....................... 841 prepayment required ................. 642
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Pose (continued:) Po-Offile, (continued.)
letters excepted .............
aen 64 mail service between Charleston,
amps and Envelopes, KeyWest, and Havana ........ 588
Postage paif - ost-master and clerks at
penalties for offences concerning . 256 Washigton, ............. 588, 589
envelopes to be defaced when deposited, 256 mail service on the Mississippi, ... 589
penalty for selling at less than par,..... 642 mail contract in Alabama expended, 598
Pontnaer.General, 598
salary ine .sed,.................... 212 in New York, pay for ............
assistant to be hereafter appointed by the appropriation for department of ....... 653
temporary clerks .................. 667
President with advice of the Senate, 255 building for ....................... 65
temporary clerks in office of .......... 667
geniral appropriation for ........... 688
Poetmaster, deficiency appropriation for .......... 658
pay of ............................ 142
appropriation for ocean steamers,... 681, 682
may dispose of uncalled-for printed mat- pay of postmaster at Washington,..... 684
ter, to pay the postage, ............. 39
298, 299 laws pectin depredations on mails
increase of pay of ............. extended to Indian country ........ 700
in California, Oregon, and Washington, semi-monthly mail from Saun- Francisco
(Terr.) pay of ............... 313 684
assistant-general, pay of ............ 276 to Olympia, authorized ...........
at Washington,pay of,............. 588 act regulating postage and requiring pre-
payment, ..................... 641, 642
at Cleveland and ichmond, compensa- selling stamps or envelopes below par,
tion of ........................... 255 642
forbidden .........................
Pot-Offlc. See Maie. Post-Roads. Ocean Post Routes,
SeQ-laT*. Pastaga. de-
publication of list of uncalled-for letters, bridges at Wheeling (on the Ohio)
40 clared to be ...................... 112
in papers in a foreign lanrguage,... all plank roads may be made.......... 147
appropriation for department of,.... 2, 83
additional clerks in, .............. 99 all railroads made, or which shall be
110 made, declared to be ............. 255
general appropriation bill for the...... Cleveland, &c., Railroad, and its con-
resident agents may be appointed on 255
Isthmus of Panama ......... 111 tinuatio, declared to be,..........
salaries of resident and route agents,... III letter-carder routes in California, Ore-
gon, and Washington Terr., to be,... 318
bridges at Wheeling legalized, ......... 112 establishment of, in,
printed matter uncalled for, may be dis-
posed of ......................... 89 Alabama, 126, 127, 251, 444 to 450,
707
offences as to mail bags, keys, locks, &c., Arkansas, ... 134, 253, 468 to 469, 708
139, 140
penalty for embezzling, stealing, &c., California ............ 138, 542 to 544
140 Connecticut ......... 2. 864 to 868
249,
emai property ................... Delaware .................. 407, 408
offences respecting forign mail-bags,... 140 Plorida ...... 137, 253,442 to 444, 707
search for, and seizure, and confiscation eori,..126, 251, 436 to 442, 707
of letters illegally carried out of the 13, 253, 511 to 522, 709
mails ....................... 189, 140 Indiana,...... 131, 252, 501 to 511, 709
penalties, where to be paid ........... 142 Iowa, 136, 254, 537 to 542, 589, 710,
eficiency appropriation for ........ 184 711
general appropriation bill for ......... 225 Kansas ................ 56, 718, 714
restoration of proceeds of property stolen
Kentucky,.... 138, 252, 477 to 482, 708
from the mail ..................... 225 Louisiana, 127, 252, 455 to 458, 589,
a of 1852, ch. 111, § 3, respecting route 708
agents, repealed ................... 225
Maine, ....... 121, 249, 848 to 353, 704
advertisement of letters uncalled for in Maryland, ... 128, 251,404 to 407, 705
California and Oregon ............. 225 Massachusetts ........ 249, 359 to 364
appropriation for ocean steamers,.. 239 Michigan,.... 134, 253,496 to 501, 710
Cleveland, &c, Railroad, made a post Minnesota, ......... 139, 535, 536, 712
road ............................. 250 Mississippi, 127, 251, 450 to 455, 589,
all railroads made post roads,....... 255 707
compensation of postmasters at Cleve- Missouri,. 182, 253, 528 to 585, 709
land and Richmond ............... 255 586, 718
Nebraska ...................
compensation of deputy postmasters, 255, 256 New Hampshire, 121, 249, 353 to 356,
704
penalty for offences concerning stamped New Jersey,. . 122 250, 383 to 387, 705
envelopes ........................ 256 139, 546
New Mexico ...............
stamped envelopes to be defaced when New York,... 121, 249, 368 to 383, 704
deposited ........................ 256 North Carolina, 125, 251, 428 to 431,
carriage of, on railroad from the Missis- 706
sippi to the Texan boundary....... 155
pay of deputy post-masters ...... 298, 299 Ohio ............ 129, 482 to 496, 708
postal service in California, Oregon, and Oregon ....... 138, 255, 544, 545, 712
Pennsylvania, 122, 250, 887 to 404, 705
Washington, Terr ............ 12, 313 Rhode Island .......... 121,249,364
letter crriers.... ............ 312 South Carolina, 125, 251; 431 to 436,
dead letters,.................. 313 707
pay of post-masters ............. 313
................ 588 Tennessee,... 129, 252, 469 to 477, 708
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Texas, . .137, 253, 458 to 463, 589, 712 provisions for ta of, in treaties with
Utah ...... ........... 139, 546 Guatemala and Peru. See those title.
Vermont,......... 249, 856 to 359 Proctor, Amos,
Virgilia, 124, 250, 408 to 428, 589, 712 explanation of act of 1844, cl. 168, con-
Washington ........... 545, 546, 718 ernngg.......................... 214
WiSconlsn,... 135, 254, 522 to 528, 710 Proeor's Landing, (La.)
Potouoatomies, appropriation for military defences at,.. 617
appropriations for the, 18, 19, 49, 233, 234, Proctors,
8a24,325, 688, 684 fees f ....................... 161, 162
V Prfes ,
payment to, for a picture ............. 668 assistant, of French and drawing at
Powerv, Hiram, West Point, pay of ................ 29
payment to, fox work of art for the capi. of French and Spanish at West Point,
tol, .............................. 674 pay of. ....................... 708
PeffPtion,
lands in Caornmia, how far subject, to, 246 publie minister to ................... 619
act of 1846 respecting, suspended pre. secretary of legation to .............. 620
grmption claims extended ........... 258 consul in .......................... 620
right of, extended to the alternate re- extradition treaty ofJune 16,1852, with, 964"
served sections on the lines of railroad, 244 persons charged with certain crimes
in reservations, on account of French or to be mutually surrendered, ....... 965
Spanish claims ................... 244 proceedings before surrender ....... 966
provisions respecting, in California,.... 268 other States may accede hereto .....967
on Railroad reserves ................. 269 no State to surrender its own citizens, 967
in Oregon .......................... 305 no surrender to be made till the pro-
in Washington, (Ter.) .............. 305 ision where the person demanded
in Kansas, .............. 810 las committed rimes in the State
in Nebraska ..... ............. 310 where he is found ............... 967
in lands of, under the graduation law,.. 574 limitation of this treaty ........... 967
in Minnesota ..................... 576 Public Buildis,
in Maison Rouge and De Bastrop Grants, 626 at Washington, appropriations for, 17, 18,
in military reserve at St. Peter's ...... 627 24, 91, 93, 146, 181, 206, 207, 293, 568,
grant of, to maln contractors in the terri- 569, 6S8, 648, 653, 662, 663, 664
tories ............................ 684 appropriations for, in,
right of, on Menomonee purchase, Wis- Belfast, ....................... 571
consi ....... ............. 7, 8 Boston ........................ =
right of, granted to settlers on Central Buffalo ........................ 571
Railroad, and its branches ....... 27, 28 Burlington ..................... .571
Prentice, 77w, Chicago ....................... 571
name of, changed to Leonie ........ 742 Detroit,. ....................... 571
Presaden'sHouse,
3l1sworth ....... .......... 571
appropriations for........662, 663, 664 Galveston ......... ........ 571
Gloucester ...................... 571
alowable, how estimated .......... 64, 65 Indianapblis .................... 674
to e stated in certificate ......... 66 Kansas ......................... 635
Preston, Widliam G., Marietta ....................... 561
payment to ........................ 861 Milwaukie ................ 571
Prewvt, ER le, Minnesota ..................... 609
payment to ........................ 738 Newark ........................ 571
-, Usiah New Haven .................... 571
heirs of, allowed to enter certain land,. 839 New York ...................... 333
Price, Captaan, Oregon,....... ........... 609
payment of company, for services in Oswego ........................ 571
Florida ........................... 755 PeteIbug ................ 571
_-, Widliam .. , Philadelphia .... ........... 333
land confirmed to ................... 765 Pittsburg, ........ 22, 561
Primrose, T4 Port.and ....................... 559
to be registered as The America ...... 728 Pontotoc ....................... 561
Pioleau, Samel, Providence ................. 202, 559
payment to representatives of,69, repeal. Richmond ................... 87, 88
ed, .............................. 845 Sandusky ...................... 571
Printers, St. Louis ...................... 22
fees of ............................. 168 Toledo ......................... 571
see Public Printers. Waldoboro ................. 88, 561
Printing. See Paper and Priting and Public Wheeling ....................... 571
Wilmington .................... 87
Prisoners, commissioner of, to report annually,... 573
hew committed, brought into court, &c., appropriations for, how to be expended, 574
163, 169 see Ckstom Houses, and names of plaes
Privat Bonded Wardoses. See WWus. and territories.
Prite Cawes, Public Documents,
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Public Documents, (continued.) Plc Proiting, (continued.)
binding of certain ................... 145 100 more copies of journals and doen-
binding of, execution of .............. 190 ments of the House of Representao-
Public Due, tives, required ..................... 145
payment of, to be made in coin of stand- audit of aeounts of, in recess ......... 148
ard fineness .................... 97, 98 Pueuls, 1e,
Public Groimds, appropriation for .................... 330
appropriations for the, 17, 91, 92, 93, 206, PuroCabeo,
207, 9, 568, 569, 662, 673, 674 consul at.......... .......... 622
purchase of alanthus trees forbidden,... 207
attached to the Capitol and executive President may designate ports in collec-
mansion to be under management of a tion district of .................. 24, 25
gardener ......................... 206 Puge's ound Indians. *
commissioner of, to report annually,... 575 treaty with. See Nisuallys, &c.
apl)pritions appropriations for ................... 675
Public tade. See for, Lards,howPub expended
. ..... 574
Pumps, on Stemboats,
Public Mnte, requisitions as to ..................... 62
salary of those resident at sundry places, 2O
general act respecting ................ 619 in California, pay of ................. 220
appointment of, and salaries, in certain clerk of ........................ 220
countries ......................... 619 pay of, at Washington ................ 676
none bat citizens to be appointed ...... 63 pay of, when appointed inspector of
salaries of, when to commence and cease, 623 clothing ............. ........... 676
absence of, from posts, for more than ten Putnam, JTa,
days without leave, forbidden ....... 628 payment to representatives of,......... 852
pay to cease during .................. 623 Pne -e-maa,
location, and office hours, of legaons,. 623 payment to ........................ 671
acts authorizing attachis to, and outfits
and infits, &c., repealed, ............
Public Moneys,
626 Q.
compensation of depositories of ....... 172 appropriation for the, 51, 24, 325, 694, 695
Public Printer, QmtierGaere,
each house of Congress to elect a appropriation for office of, ............ 651
printer,........................... 83 Que Cit, The,
papcr to be delivered to .............. 81 name of The Falcon changed to...... 773
his compensation for work ....... 83, 84 new register to issue for ............. 773
audit of accounts of .......... 31, 35, 148 Queen of Dundeei The,
settlement of eertain acounts of, . 260, 769 register to issue to, under the name of
Public Printing, Kate Wheeler .................... 741
general act of 1852, cl. 91, concerning, 80
superintendent of, to be chosen ....... 30 mae a port of delivery ........... 2 66
his qualiations .............. 30, 31 "mnny,John Wi.,
pay ........................ 80 payment to........................ 746
to give bond ..................... 80 land granted to......... ....... 746
his duties ...................... 81
to deliver copy in the order received
unless otherwise directed, ...... 81
of Congress and departments, by whom
done .......................... 31, 84 of way granted to Loekport and
of the census ....................... 85 Uffalo .iloa................ 29
proposals for paper to be advertised for, 81 to all railroads .................... 28
how opened and decided, ....... 81 ..grant to Missouri in aid of......... 8, 9
account of paper, how kept ........ 8), 82 all now made or hereafter to be made,
time allowed or executing the,......32 constituted post roads .............. 255
superintendent of, not to be interested in grant to Arkansas and Missouri in aid
contracts ................... 30 31, 32 of one from the Mississippi to the
nalty ......... . ....... Texan boundary .................. 155
by wtom to be done when beth houses survey of a route for, to the Pafic,.... 219
order the same printed,......... 2 grant to Minnesota for ............... 302
public printer to be elected, .......... 83 repealed ................... 575
rates of pay of ............... 88, 84 approriation for survey of route to the
public documents, size of page ....... 84 .a.,
kind of paper ................... 84 right of way for, in territories, ......... 683
departmental, price of ................ 84 - at Pensacola, ...... 680
may be executed out of Washington Raleon, George T,
in certain eases ............... 85 pension of ......................... 854
joint committee on, ................ 84, 85 Rami'y, T. 0.,
motion to print extra copies to be pension of increased ................ 863
referred to .................... 85
their powers and duties ......... 85 settlement of account of ......... 672, 673
supply of paper by R. Armstrong,..... 105 Bank,
printing of departmental reports for- In the navy, two general orders respect-
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Ramd, Gat= 2., Reprs to be mads, (continued.)
authorized to enter certain land ...... 806 of default of public printer, by superin-
tendent of printing ................ 32
act of 1851 restricting commutation of, by collectors, to each other, of names of
repealed ......................... 101 steamboats, and of pilots and engi-
of pamster's clerks .............. 105 neers ............................. 71
of information respee ateiaboats, 74, 75
pension of ......................... 845 respecting sites of lght-houe . 118, 119
Rayb , &mud X, respecting result of surveys..... 57, 59, 60
payment to, ....................... 776 of operations of the coast survey,.. 209, 217
Raymoid, Warren, of warden of penitentiary and commis-
pension of ......................... 826 sioner of buildings and grounds,. 578, 574
Read, Harriet 0., on claim of Brotherton Indians ....... 33
payment to ........................ 812 of court of claims, to congress ........ 613
_emveiv, respecting passenger vessels . 718, 719
land, appointment o ............
f, 159, 245 Representatives,
tenure of office of .................... 247 house of, to consist of two hundred and-
surplus fees of, for bounty land warrants, thirty-four members, ................. 25
to be paid to the treasurer........204 California to have two ............... 25
fees of, under gradution law.......... 635 Republka de Guatemala,
bounty land act ......... 702 to be regitered as The Kosnth ...... 728
appropriation for pay and expense$ of, 660, Reserve, Mil"r,
668 at St. Peters, sale of and preemption in, 627
See Land-Offle. Reserved List
Reciprocity, in navy, formation of.........616, 617
treaty for, with Groat Britain, of June 5,
1854 ........................... 1089 by consuls to secretaries ......... 624, 626
Rcords, Reven Cutters,
penalty for offences concerning ........ 170 approprition for new, ............ 95, 630
of court, how made up ............... 163 qualification of officers of ............ 630
Bed Rive Raft Revue Laws,
Secretary of War may contract for re- commission to codify. ............... 592
moal f ......................... 57 Rernols, Carle,
amendnat of appropriation for removal exchange of lands at Watches with, .... 738
of,.............................. 260 Rice, Philip R.,
removal Of ......................... 582 payment to heirs of ................. 860
Regent, Richard, He,
in Smithsonian Institution, appo.tment land confrmed to assignee of ......... 801
Rihm' son, A. 0,
...... ...........261
Of ...... increase of pension of ............... 868
of steamboats, not to issue till act of Ridmond, (Va.)
182. ch. 106, is complied with ...... 61 compensation of postmaster at, ........ 255
of whale-ships, may be granted at Port appropriation for buildings at, ..... 87, 202
Jefferson, N. Y .................. 144 Riddi, ward;
land, appointment of ............ 159, 245 payment to ........................ 660
tenure of office of ................. 245 Ridgiviy, Paul S.,
surplus fees of, for bounty land war- pension of ......................... 865
rants to be paid into Treasury .... 204
pay of, for locating military bounty-land breech loading, appropriation for, if satis-
warrants ........................ 4 facto 579
limitation.......................... 4 Rilej, B antt,
See Land Offies. settlement of accounts of ........ 154, 751
of vessels wrecked, and purchased by to be allowed certain expenses in Call-
Americans and repaired ....... 149, 150 fornia. ................... 154, 155, 751
of vessels of the Accessory Transit Corn- to be indemnified against certain suits, 155,
pany .............................. 300 751
Rio de Jneiro,
provson for ........................ 642 consul at ........................... 621
, Barbara, not responsible for ........ 642
Raigovernment Rio Grande,
consul at ........................... 622
to beaid arrears of pension of William Rio Hondo Okaiss,
Re-ly, ............................ 752 act respecting revived ................ 347
Renner, Mary B., Ritkhe, Tomas,
claim o as administratrix of Daniel
Renner, to be audited and paid ..... 748 im....................
settlement of the accounts of, for print- i6
Reporter, Rivers. -ee Harbors 76~ves
of decisions, appropriation for salary of, 656 Rives, . C.,
of Globe, payment to ................ 665 665
Rpayment to, for Globe and reporters,...
Reports to be made
by steamboat inspectors,.... 68, 70, 73, 74 construction of, in New Mexico, ....... 303
of survey of certain rivers in Georgia,.. 60 in Ore on, . ........ 8. 03
of members of naval school at inUta .................... 304
polls, ............................ I02 in Minnesota, ....... ......... 3 06

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the Mendota and Big Sioux, .......... 81 convention of July 22, 1654, with,... 1105
appropriations for ........... 637, 6 88 free ships to make free goods, ..... 1105
Kansa . ............... 6, 1 neutral property in enemies' vessels
Minnesota,. ................. 6110 protected, unless contraband .... 1106
Nebrska,.................60, 6(08 these principles to be applied to other
Oregon ........................... 6108 States, which shall assent to them, 1106
Washington ...................... 61)a an ulterior understanding as to details
Robertso, Duncan, to be come to if ncessary, ...... 1106
judgment aginst released,.......... 81 is other nations may accede to this
-b",Benjamin S., S treat 1106
payment to .................... 758,77
Ro6nn oh. W'.. pension of ......................... 8
pension of ......................... 7a
Romn, Lieutenant, 8.
appropriation for testing plan of for cast.
n cannon hollow ................ 680)&Sanuilo,
Bie Ians, The, consul at .......................... 622
name of, changed to El Paraguay, 767, 76 8 Sabine, The,
Rogue River Indians~ aproriation for finishing, ......... 278
appropriations for ...... 8 25, 8326, 675, 69 a Harbor and giabu
Raihad,
for expenses of war with,....... 811t right of way granted to .............. 741
treaty of Sept. 10, 1853, with ...... 101 SSacs and Foxes,
cession of land in Oregon, ........ 101 appropriations for, 23, 52, 235, 236, 327, 832,
Indians to occupy a portion of the 695, 700
ceded land temporarily ....... io1 treaty of May 18, 1854, with........
payment for said cession ........ 1011 1074
cession of land to United States,... 1074
buildings to be erected ......... 1011 reservation ................ 150, 1075
additional payment on removal,... '1019 payment for said cession ......... 1075
protection of travellers .......... 101g disposition of said reservation, ..... 1075
redress for individual grievances,... 1019 grant to the board of missions, .... 1075
restitution of stolen property, . 1019 release of claims under former trea-
guarantee for property stolen from ties .......................... 1075
Indians, ....................... 1019 provisions respecting the fund invested
farms may be established ........1020 under treaty of Oct. 21, 1837, (vol.
treaty of Nov. 15, 1854, with ....... 1119
other Indians may be settled on the vi. debts not ..... ........ 1075, 1076
private to be charged on the
Table Rock Reserve, fund ......................... 1076
annuities ....................... 1119 construction of roads, ............ 1076
roads may be constructed ........ 1119 ardent spirits ................... 1076
payments and stipulations in consid. conduct of Indians ............ 1076
eraion of this traty........... 1119 future arrangements to effectuate the
provision in case of removal from said object of this treaty, ............ 1076
reserve, .................... 1 120 &fq- Valves,
provision in case thistreaty is not uisitions of steamboat act as to,.... 64
ratified, or no Indians are removed Sailniaker
to said reserve ................. 1120 payof ........................ 60
Roman, A. B.,
confirmation of tide of ............... 785 Sak*mconfirmed (Cbegon.)
as seat of government ...... 146
ROW,
public minister to ................... 619 stiulations respecting, In treaty with
secretary of legation to ........... 619 Sa c* ..........................
Ross, erpabich, 998

nt of pension to his ....... 70 pay of collector at ................... 671


Ro p appropriation for buildings at,......... 571
consul at .......................... 620 ,Sadwic slands,
Route Agents, commissioner at ..................... 620
act of 1852, ch. Ill, 1 8, respecting his pay ................ 620
salary of, repealed ................ 225 consuls in.,..................... 621, 622
Rows, Benjamin, ,.,nford, aenry S,
pension of ......................... 781 payment to. ........................ 859
Roy, John B,
grant of land to, by the loways ...... 10,i dry dock at. See Dry Docks.
Russet, Gilbert C., branch mint at. See Mint.
payment to ........................ 85& settlement of accounts of late collector
-, Thomas, S., at, .............................. 189
settlement of account of ........ 796, 797 extension of time for bids for a mint at, 188
- , Wiliam H., basin and railway at, .................
settlement of account of ............. 802 2238
relief of those wrecked in ....... 2 69, 581
Russia, semi-monthly mail authorized from, to
public minister to,................... 619 Olympia, ..................... 4, 686
secre of legation to .............. 620
consuls .......................... 622 consul at .......................... 622

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consul at, ......................... 621 payment to ..................... 580,691
del 8we,
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coslat
BnPedo, .............. 621
(ail) constituted ........................ 40
Sa ge, Joseph,
made a port of entry ............. 845 Payment to representatives of ........ 859
collection district of, established,.. 345 Savanah, (Georgia,)
San Salvador, site of Oglethorpe Barracks granted to, 769
treaty of Jan. 2, 1850, with ........ 891 Savannah River,
peace and friendaip, ............... 891 removal of obstructions from ......... 640
"most favored nation" provision, ... 891 Saxony,
right to trade and hold property,.... 891 consul in ........................... 621
coasting trade reserved ........ 892 extradition treaty of June 16,1852, with, 964
no distinction as to nationality of ves- S-arrit, Iree G.,
sels ........................ 892 payment to ......................... 866
no discriminating duties on produce
of either country ............... 892 accession of, to treaty with Prussia, & .,
Articles IV. and "V.apply whatever of June 16, 1852 ............... 972
port the vessel sails from ....... 892 Shenck, Robert C.,
how trade is to be conducted ...... 892 adjustment of accounts of ............ 564
indemnification for embargoes, &.,.. 898 paynment to ......................... 669
treatment of vessels ............... 898 Schwerin,
.consul at ..........................
property recaptured from pirates to be 622
restored ....................... 893 otoM, T4e4
provision in case of wrecks ....... 893 appropriations for, ............... 674, 675
provision respecting sales and inheri- treaty with the ..................... 1122
tances ......................... 893
protection to property and rights, ... 893 'how afted, where provided for by law, 297
liberty of conscience ........... 898 Seamen,
right of burial ................. 894 appropriations for relief of, 89, 94, 204, 558,
free ships to make free goods, &c.,.. 894 564, 659
similar provision as to persons,.. 894 fees of, when they return to be witnesses, 168
limitation of the principle....... 894 in the navy, punishment on, for slight
enemy's ship to make enemy's goods offences ...................... 627, 628
exempt, &.................894 bounty to for refnlistment ............ 627
definition of contraband, .......... 894 penalty for enticing to desert, or harbor-
all other goods free .............. 895 ing ......................... 678, 629
definition of siege and blockade, .... 895 grant of bounty land to ........... 701
proceedings in case of contraband, .. 895 in the merchant service, diseharge of
blockades ...................... 895 abroad ...................... 824, 625
visitation and examination of vessels suits by, for extra wages ............. 625
at sea, ........................ 895 S , of,
damages for ill treatment, ........ 895 provisions regulating, in treaties with
sea-letter in time of war,........ ; 896 Guatemala and Peru. See taose .
no seach in case of convoy, ...... 896 Bear-k Daniel t Co.,
prie courts.................... 896 settlement of accounts of ............. 859
hostilities to be carried on by public Sears, David B.,
officers, only ................... 896 allowed to enter certain land, ......... 848
letter of marque or commissions,.... 896
in ease of war provision for withdrawal generaa forappointment of,.... 619, 620
of merchandise .................. 896 tobe citizens ....................... 623
debts and property not to be confis- may be dispensed with, ............... 669
cated, .......................... 897
privileges of ministers, &c ........ 897 o alfrnia ind commissioners,...... 94
consuls and vice-cmnsuls ......... 897 pay of ......................... 94, 20$
their erequatw, ................. 897 othe interior,
their privilege .................. 897 salary of,increased, ................ 212
deserters from vessels .........-. 897 annual report to, by warden of peni-
consular convention to be formed,... 898 tentiary, and commissioner of build-
duration of this treaty. ............. 898 ings and grounds! ......... 573, 574
peace not to be disturbed by acts of appropriations for buildings and
private persons, ................. 898 grounds to be expended under
proeedings before declaring war,... 898 ainetion of ...................... 574
See Interior.
consul at ....... ............. 622 of the navy,
awft e, salry of, increased,............ 212
appropriation for finishing ............ 278 may prescri'be rules and forms for sum-
Sarh, The, mary courts-martial, ............. 628
..reister to issue to, .................. 885 of state,
ardiia, salary o, increased ................ 212
public minister to ................... 619 to have an asistant ............. 212
secrewy of legation to ............... 619 may prescribe forms for consular
Consuls i%.........o.......... 621 books .......................... 626

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&etAy, (continued) Shawnee, (continued.)
returns to by consuls ............... 626 conditions of the above grants to So-
of the treasury cieties and Schools ............ 1056
salary of, increased ............. 212 share of Joseph Parks and Black
returns to by consuls,'..... 624, 625, 626 Hoof ........... ............. 1057
to provide instruments of examination how money shall be paid ......... 1057
of steamboat boilers ............. 74 land patents to issue ......... ... 1057
to report to Congress respecting said payments not to be stopped for
steamboats .................. 74, debts ........................ 1057
to be president of the light-house payment to be in full satisfaction of all
board, .......................... 119 claims ........................ 1057
power and duties of, as to light- Congress may make farther provisions
houses, .................... 110, 119 to effectuate the object of this
of war. See War. treat. ......... ......... 1058
salary of, increased ............ 212 right of way over selected lands, ... 1058
to report result of certain surveys,... 57 conduct of Indians .............. 1058
of the senate, provision against introduction of ar-
to have charge of contingent fund,... 267 dent spirits ............... 1058
bond of ........................ 207 reservation at the agency honse, .... 1058
of census board, pay of ...............
&eqca-we 260 amendments, .................... 1059
Slerman, Q /arls H.,
payment to ........................ 55 payment to,......................... 94
Ships and SiTIg,
amendment of appropriation for,....... 261 steamboat act of, 1852, ch. 106 ....... 61
Seminoles, delivery of ship letters ............... 140
appuopriation for the, 45, 108, 229, 320, 321, oath to be taken ............ 140, 141
690 registers and enrolmont to issue to for-
&iace, eign vessels wrecked, and purchased
title of, in certain lands, to vest in his by American citizens and repaired at
children and heirs ................. 735 a certain cos, ..................... 149
Senate, pay of seamen sent home as witnesses,. 168
disbursement and custody of contingent pay for bringing seamen home as wit-
fund of .......................... 267 nesses ........................... 168
Sm appr9priation for acknowledging the ser-
appropriation for the, 18, 19, 51, 53, 934, vices of foreigners in eases of rescue
Swell, £Yement, 236, 237, 828, 328, 695, 696 from shipwreck ................... 182
reglstration of vessels of the Accessory
pyment of pension of ............... 809 Transit Co ...................... 300
provision respecting discharge ofseamen
pension of. .................. 760 abroad ....................... 624, 625
Shanghai, act respecting carrie of passengers by
consul at,............................ 621 sea,.............................. 715
Shpwreck. See Wr-s.
appropriation for the, 53, 236, 237, 327, 828, reward to foreigners in eases of rescue
580, 696, 700 from, ... t' ................... 182, 564
treaty of May 10, 1854, with, ........ 1053 stations for relief from, on coasts of Long
cession to the United States of re- Island and New Jersey,............. 597
serve, ......................... 1053 life-boats, on coast of Massachusetts, . . 68
boundaries of said reserve ........ 1053 ap ropriation for rewards for rescue
exception of 200,000 acres........ 1053 , ............ . ............. 659
how said 200,000 acres are to be se- appropriation for boats .......... 200, 563
le ad,.............. . ...... 1054 Mobonier
lands of Methodist Missionary So- purcase of reservation of ............ 20
ciety ......................... 1034 ,Shrpert,(KY.)
Friends Shawnee Labor School, ... 1054 made a port of delivery .............. 334
American BaptistMissionary Union, 1054 Sitingj,
Shawnee Methodist Church ....... 1054 consul
Sig&, 18 atAt.,.......................... 621
Shawnee Baptist Church......... 1054
how the lands selected are to be di- pension
vided ........................ 1054 Silver Creek, ot ......................... 8"
provision for Black Bob's settlement - made a port of delivery, ............. 311
and Long Tail's settlement, ..... 1055
provision for absent Shawnees..... 1055 consul at ........................... 621
assignments and selections, how consul-general at,.................... 659
-made ........................ 1055 Simonds, Lewis E.,
payments in consideration of said ces- payment to ...................... 804
Sion, ......................... 1056 -, Priscilla 02,
provision for Shawnees electing to live payment to ......................... 782
in cqmmon,................. 1056 Simons, Afauice K,
sale of said lands,... .... .. 10536 pension of ......................... 751
locations and settlements forbidden Simonton, Isaac P.,
until, &e .................... 1056 payment to representatives of ........ 780

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PAGB PAORt
SoGemye, etiih, Wilian G., PG
R7a tor ........................ 807
•hpayment
Singapore, to ..................... 79, goo
61, aa dad KEiseen,
Onsul at,........................... 621 time of fiflg claim of, to land in Call-
fornis extended ................. 8
Sioux,
appropriations for the, 23, 51, 235, 298,826, appointment of regents in, .... 261, 722
327, 696,699
804 copyrights may be sent to, free of posW-
exchange of reservation of in Ulnuesota, ag ............................... 685
23181, wIth the See-see-
treaty of July
toan, or Way-pa -toan bands, of time ofiling aim of, to land in OM-
Dakota or Sioux Indians ........ 949 foriedeended ................... 268
peace to exist ................ 949 kofdgran, Thmas,
cession of laud to the United State,. 949 Payment to,..................... 794, 795
land to be set aparl inlien thereof, ..949 $ l, Telay J.,
payment of money to said Indians,. 949 pension of ......................... 817
laws respecting liquor to remain in o0diy Islands,
............. 950
force in said district, consul in .......................... 622
rules may be prescribed ........... 950 %)Wers,
supplemental article .............. 951 bounty land granted to .......... 701, 702
payment for land ceded ......... 951
land to be set apart for said Indians, 951 of rt of claim ................... 612
treaty of Aug. 5,1851, with the Med- of the treasury appropriation for ofice
ay.wa-kan-toan, and Wah.pay-koo of ........................ 47, 648
tay bands of Dakota or Sioux In-
dians ......................... 954 SMIXnse, Lewis,
ayent to ....................... 1045
pence and friendship ........... 954
cession of lands in Minnesota and consul at ........................... 621
Iowa, ......................... 954 Sovd Caroina,
certainlandssetapart forsaidlndians, 954 settlement of claims of .............. 100
the annuity provided in treaty, (vol. Southrlnd,
vii. p.593,) to be paid inmoney,.. 955 to ..........................
ument 808
spirituous liquors ................. 955 Miedgan Praoad,
payment to the Half-Breeds in lieu of payment to ......................... 769
provision in treaty, (vol. vii. p. 80,) 955 Sowards, Rsao,
Se
0 Visitation, dc., pension of ......................... 756
incorporated ...................... 5
Aations,66
_,v
51, 234, 26, 696 consul of, at New Orleans, indemniflea-
appropriations for the,. tion of,..:....................89
&rinner, eonard, relief of Cuban prisone pardoned by, 2, 21
bounty land of ..................... 784 public minister to .. .. ............. 619
adjustment of Mcounts of ............ 784 secretary of legatlon to, .............. 620
consuls in, ..................... 620, 622
respecting, repealed as to
restriction
Kansas .......................... 289 of professor of, at West Point, .. 708.
Nebraska, ......................... 283 Spaniek Csul and SkSjects,
Slmin,Parmedia, Indemnification of ........ ...... 262
pension 04 ......................... 860 Spa/dding, Harlow,
payment to ......................... 762
act for the suppression of,in the District A^et
of Columbi ...................... 599, Specw2
of mails in California, pay of,.... 297, M
Smawood,James B., of the departments to give bonds,..... 578
ant to ....... 209
aloac to ................ 742,748
payment to ......................... 203
speezia,
consul at, ....................... 622
payment and land warrant to, for ser- ,St. Andrew,
vices under name of Bill Newcom,... 774
-,Gilncn,
register to issue to .................. 856
- psGeorn .......................... 766
released from a bond,... ........... 75 755,St. chivde, 621
payment to ........................ consul at, ..........................
pay of .......................... 75 cnr'a at,o ed...................... 621
,,I
[ ,S., St. .TdaClip
p to ........................ 859 consul at, .................... 622
payment to ......................... 7 &A Cape B.?
Soulat ......................... 620
released from a penalty .............. 788 St. MoIN, (N.B.) .
consul 4t...................... 621
- , Larkin,
payment to representatives of ........ 8 Stm.consul(nsP. R1)
at ...................... 620
payment to ......................... 744
Vor.. x. IDrx - 156

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&3JAspi's Male Orphan Aslumn, Steamboats, (contiued.)
incorporation of .................... 846 to what vessels not to apply, ...... 75
a Lawreno papers not to issue to, till act of 185 is
right of Americans in, under reciprocity complied with .................... 61
treaty with Great Britain ......... 1091 inspection of. See inpection.
a.Louis. inspectors of. See Inspectors.
mail from, to Cao .................. 142 ge of hemp, gunpowder, oi of vit-
appropriation for buildings at ......... 22 riol, camphene and other dangerous
Lotus, 4v.., P-raioad, articles by, as freight. See Dang s
right of granted to ............... 754
wAY Articles.
requisitions respecting, as to
commercial agent at, ................. 623 axes, .......................... 62
appropriation for office rent of,. 659 buckets ...................... 62, 63
St. Mary, Falls of floats,....................... 62
canal.round the grant of lands to Michi- life-boats ....................... 62
gan, in aid o .................. 85,86 life-preservers ................... 62
tolls on ......................... 36 safety-valves ................. 64, 66
to be free to government 'of the one may be secured from con-
U. S ..................... 35, 36 trol ..................... 64, 69
pumps ......................... 62
military reserve at, reduced .......... 36 ,es............. o........ 64
river, name of, changed to Minnesota access to up.per deck, ............. 68
River .............................. 147 gauge-cocks .................... 64
military reserve at, sale of and preenp- exposure to fire .............. 61, 62
tion in, ........................... 627 certificates of inspection ........... 65, 66
St. Peterbu.g, appeal from refusal of ............ 67
consul at, ......................... 620 copy of, to be kept posted ..... 71, 72
Reis Indians, examination, and licensing, and descrip-
appropriation for the ................ . 1 tion of,
engineers. See Engineers.
consul M,........................... 621 pilots. See Pilots.
Stafrd, A5bi-, rules respecting passing, to be establish-
payment to .................... 746, 871 ed, ......................... 72
-, Aaron, penalty for their neglect ......... 72
pension of ......................... 777 liabilit in case of damage from their
St mps, neglect .......................... 72
on letter envelopes. See Envelopes. boilers of, construction and management
on boiler plates. See Boiler PFats. of. See Boilers.
&ZamPs, (Posage,) passengers in, rights of. See Passgers.
penalty for selngat Ion tupn 642
..... liabilities to, inease of damage to them
postmasters may required to af in or their baggage. See Li4aiity.
all cases ........ ........... 642 list of passengers to be kept,......... 74
Stapls, CAaks, penalties for violation of act of 1852,
pension of ......................... 788 in deranging, &c., moans of regu-
,&ateDepften, lating or indicating pressure of
appropriadon for the ..... 77, 191, 548, 645 steam ........................ 69
appropriations for support of,.......191 for not conforming to requirements
assistant secretary of state to be ap- of certificate .................. 72
pointed .......................... 212 for not keeping or not showing
examination and classification of clerks copies of act of 1852 .......... 74
in, ....................... ....... 669 and see Petatis.
&tat, Secretaryof. See.Secreary. collectors or chief officer of the customs,
and steamboat inspectors, to enforce
for relief from shipwreck on coasts of the act of 1852, ch. 106 ............ 71
Long Island and New Jerey. 597 stopping of, on river, in case of fog or
atilght-houses .................. 597 darknes......................... 79
Statury,superintendent and keepers of. 597 fees for certificates and licenses ....... 78
instruments of inspection, to be provide'd, 74
appropriations for ................... 95 collection of information respecting,. 74, 75
repeal of acts concerning, monsistent
"ot# George Washington, appropriation with act of 1852, eh. 106 ............ 78
for............................. 158 rights of, in Peruvian ports...... 980, 931
of Andrew Jackson, appropriation for, 185, Steamboat Inspectors,
214,293 authorizd to dispense with certain re-
&tates at Large, quirements of the steamboat act, 261, 269
purchase of synoptical index to ....... 97 persons.interested in patents for things
purchase of 100 sets of ............ 20, 21 required, not to be competent to hold
purchaseof voL ix.of ............... 147 the office of ....................... 262
appropr!qtion for purchase of,..... 208, 548 Steam Boilers,
appropriatn for vol. x .............. 646
ftasibats, a dviJesers, to test improvements in,.. 884
Skte appreprtiation
act of 1852, ch. 166, regalating,........ 61 to be tested by application in one or
when to take effect, ............... 75 more United States steam.vessels..... lo

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St%- 1riwgae, PAS:


appropriation for new ........... &%penising
Inspecoskm -~
273, 67 6 duties of,
to supervise local boards ......... 71
pension of ......................... 84 9 to meet at least yearly .........
Stenrod, Danid, 70
settlement of claim of ................ 81 4 to assign their own limits ....... 70
to collect information ............ 74
&tenche, to act where there is no local board, or
payment to .......................... 80 3 it is inconvenient to resort to 1,.
tenua, Adam D., 71
ps ment to .......................... appeals to, from local boards ......... 67
77,4 to report delinquencies .......... 70, 71
.Stevi s War Steamer,
_,ppropriation for ............... 101, 6741
to enforce steamboat act of 1852, oh.
106 ............................... 69
s oint Land District, penalty of, loss of ofice, .........
constituted ...................... 25,21 69
to Cburt, rules for passing ........
Supremeestablish 72
appropriation for the, 28, 51, 285, 326, 828
appeals to, from California land commis.
S o , (Pubic)
697, 691P sloners, ........................... 99
purchase of, authorized, ............... from district court in California,... 84
.211 errors and appeal to, from Kansas ..... 287
Stockton, FrancisB., Nebraska ....................
payment to ....... ........... 280
salaryof j-sties of ............. 655
pension of.......................... 806 Suif Books
Stone, Col. John H., appropriation for ................ 568
payment to representatives of ......... 848 Surgeon-General,
or0, J cob J, * appropriation for office of ........ 651, 652
payment Surphii Fund,
b rong, Jasper,to ......................... 745 appropriations, when to be carried to
right of Way to him and his associates the, ........................... 98 99
at Pensacola for a railroad,........ 680 exception of those for llght
houses ...................... 112
Stuart, Philip, reeppropriation of certain sums carried
payment of pension of ............... 809 to the, ........................... 18
Stunt-, George X withdrawal of moneys from, forbidden,. 99
payment to ......................... 186
Suttgaidt, for California, appointment of, and his
consul at ..................... 621 duties ...............
Suare , aptain, 2 245, 246
payment to company of, for services in for Oregon, duties of ............. 158
office o , established in Kansas, Nebraska,
Florida, .......................... 755 and New Mexico .................. SOS
&ldsistence, in Washington (Terr.) ........... 806
appropriation for offiees of commis-
sioners of ............... iMWshifnton territory, pay Of ....... 674
651, 652 in Utah, to be appointed,..........611
Sudduth, William M1.,
relieved from a bond of .Thomas Srveo of Customs. See Por.
Fletcher. of the cost. see Coat S v .
llivan, John Y ....... ........ 734 of the Delta of the Mississippi. 107 582
payment to, ........................ 742 of harbors and rivers. ee.'. rrs an
in th navy, authorized .......... 627, 628 Riues.
their jurisdiction ................ of a channel from the Mississippi to the
627 Of Gulf
ites .... .................
how constituted, ................. 628
of light-houge,../: :::" l57
1
sentences of .................... 628 of lads in aorn ............... "1
rules and forms for .............. 628 of railroad route to the Pacific, ....... 219
issnae, Thomas H., appropriations for ....... 578, 579, 688,660
purchase of copyright of ............. 810 Suspended Enries, "
Superintendent, set of 1846 concerning, revived, ....... 58
of the coast survey, pay of ........... 09
of g.blic printing to superintend the Swan Cale,
"ng of public documents ........ 190 payment to representatives of ........ 807
to receive and keep samples of paper SoysC. L.,
for maps, &. ................. location of Choctaw, scrip by, approved, 752
190 sweden,
clerks of .................... 591
pay of officers under .......... 681 public minister t ................ 619
to lave chae of plates, maps, &e 722 seetary of legation to ............. . 620
of armories, nqury as to appointment consuls in ................... .622
,Switaeland,
Of...........................217 public minister to ...............
compensation of ............ 688 619
of hospital for insane of army. and seretar
" of legation to,.............. 619
navy, ............................. consuls m, ....................... 621
of stations for relief ftron shipwreck,... 682 11.9743 kes,payment
J1oh Jr,
&Fdroisiow Ispector, to ........................744
appointment of, ........... ...... 70
pay of....................... :::70 ntimrY 9f .......................... 726

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Zi/,mpeo, MarY Wr., PAGA


pension off ..................... 756,757
ToMe
Bac 4 .......................... . 622 - ,Rhard W.,
provison for removal of Indians to,... 1119 paymen to .........................
e 674
Taee, nIwt7Ai Elisabe),
new book of,........................ 638 certain documents for, to be postage
free, ............. 739
consul at, .......................... 612 Tod, David,
Talcahuawo t to 208
consul A .......................... 622 2wdlPayment toto ................... P
representatives of, .... 750, 751
Taferro, John,
ayment to,......................... 188 salary of collector at,................ 671
mti to ......................... appropriation for buildings ........... 571
88
consul at,....................... 622 colonel of, to make light-house surveys
Tangiers, on the lake ................. 118
Tax consul a, ....... ............. 621 See ERg3ners.
rule of promotion in corps of ......... 219
Georgetown, (D. Q) authorized to appropriation for office of colonel of,... 651
levy s, ..................... 688
TaZr, A "w, oracGeorge w.,
payment to .......................... 862
payment tot........................ 880 pension of ......................... 785
-,D. T( David,
payment to ......................... 45 pension of......................... 797
-, Henry,
payment to ....................... ; 94 Tonship, Forty-five, (Mo.)
school lands of ..................... 827
-, Lavinia,
Pa ment to ....................... 798 Trasf=r Of Appropriations,
in army depprtment, reated,.... 107, 108
In navy department, foridden, ....... 104
land de of,confirmed, ........... 766
-, 2homas V., lasurg,
secretu of the. See Seretary.
settlement of accounts of .......... 847 steamboat fes to be paid into the, .....
Tehnantepee, 78
consu " ....6 independent. See ltn&endent leamy.
TeA consulat ......................
,ntpec, Stun oj...
u~o conerni In treaty with appropriation for offices In, 1854-4,
secretary .................. 646, 647
Te of Dec.80, 185 .......... 1086 temporary clerks ................ 647
toacific, right of way for a, ......... 610 comptrolers ................ 646, 647
punishment for depredations on,... 611 auditors, ................... 646, 647
Ten Ekck, temporar7 clerks In .............. 64
treasurer ................... 646; 648
payment tot ...................... 89, 90 register .................... 647, 648
terms of courts In ................... 682 commissioner of customs,.. 647, 648
solicitor .................. 647, 648
Taritorie, light-hose board ............... 648
salaries of officers of, during their ab. reports of consuls to ........ 624, 626
ee,.................... 10, 98, 188 under passenger-vessels act,.. 718, 720
Kass established ............... 288 IIW-ou, Alkhals,
Nebraska established .............2. 77 pension of. .................. 782
Washington established .............. 172 .reaies,.
Indan treaties to be published in. 671 Indian, to be published in the territories, 671
act giving right of way to railroads, &c.,
extend to,........................ 68 _ oeute,
stations for mall contractors in, and their 2 - consulde U,
,................... 621
prelmption rights ,................. 684 ......
consul at, .......................... 620
Tarana, The bIland of,
register to issue to .................. 86' 2 consul at ........................... 621
.622
mounted volunteers of, pay of ........ 17 2Prpp, Albra,
Indians, presents to, and negotiations pension of .................
with) ............................. 19 '/xilo, 729, 817, 818
export of Imports froma, to Mexico, act
regulating ........................ 37 2 consul at .................... 622
additional in ectors of the customs in, 38 hg-boat
exempted from steamboat ac, ......... 74"
actto settle wth creditors of ..... 617, 618 ismbea,
apLropriation for colonizing, &c,.,
Indians consul A ........................... 622
e......................6. las,
,.~propriation for ............ 28, 881 7 consul at ........................... 621
public minister to .................... 619
of'congress fr sword of Gen. Jaclon, 728 dragoman to mission to, .............. 620

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2"iak, (continued.)
consuls in ..................... 621, 622 public minister to ................... 619
Tunpies, Macadamied secretary of lgation to .............. 620
right of way grated to ............... 28 consuls in ........................... 621
right of way of, In territories ......... 683 Venice,
Turks Island, consul att ........................... 622
consal at,........................... 622 Venture, The,
Tuiseurbia, (Ala.) vea to aof ............... 856
made a port of delivery .............. 330
2lascany, mail from N. Orleans to ............. 88
consnls, ic........................... 621 consul at ........................... 61
vi.p, Prisill D., Viwe.President,
pament to ......................... 107 sbuz of, increased ................... 212
TIM sieiaies, administration of oath of office to Win.
consuls in......................... 621 R. King ......................... 180
to have franking privilege for life,.. 685
Vienna,
U.
Vig'i4consul at....
Don Juan J, ................ 621
to be registered as The Etiwaun, ....... 725 claim of to be audited and paid ....... 869
Vincent, Frederic,
president to designate ports, in the col- payment to, ....................... 868
lection district of ............... 24, 25 Virgimib,
Umquas. See Cow Cr.cks. settlement of claims of ........... 109
appropriations for,
treaties 328, 674, 675, 697 settlement of claim of ............... 219
with bands Of........ 1122, 1125
payment to Captain Melae's company
Unaled for Letters, of volunteers from ................ 217
advertisement of list of, in papers in a Vir'nia Land Warrants,
foreign language, .............. 40 act for the satisfaction of,' .......... 143
in California aud-Oregon, advertisement extension of time for surveying and lo-
of .................
Viiceled for Printed Matter, ...... 225
catin, ......... I ...... t ...... 498, 701
Vrginia I l-lwe Co.,
may be sold for the postage ........... 39 payment to, ........................ 726
Undahned Goods, Visitatwn, right of,
sae of perishing, or depreciating,.. 271 provisions regulating I treaties with
Guatemala, Peru, andSan Salvador.
consul at ........................... 622 See those titles.
Uruguay. 27e, Tisitation,Sisters of the,
treaty with Argentine Confederation,
for free navigation of ............. 1001 incorpoed, ....................... 759
Vouches, Fale,
penalty for ...................... 93, 23
military reservation in, for Indian pur-
pose, ............................. 238
construction of a road in ............. 304 W.
to be reimbursed expenses in Indian hos- Waldoboro,
tilities .......................... 307 appropriation for buildings at ........ 88
increase of salaries of oficers of ...... 311 Wallace, W~dhiau,
surveyor-general to be appointed in,.... 611 of, ..................... 809, 852 .ension
sale of lands in ..................... 611 o"eCourtne M.,
reservations in, for schools and univer- payment to, .......... 0 ............. 238
sity. ............................. 611 S Morris,
nppropriation for government of,.. 655, 666 Wabs, duties to be refunded to ........... 768
penitentiary in .................... 667 Wakh, James,
Utahs, 7he, pension of ........... : ............. 817
aropriation for............ 328, 332, 697 Wanton, EdwardJ,
UicaI tet |Woollen Manufactuving Co., payment for property of. ............. sot
payment to ........................ 783 War, D)epartnentof,
appropriations for the, 80, 81, 82, 194, 195,
V. 553, 554, 651, 652
aonsul at ..... ............... 691 duties of secretary of. See Screetml.
War, Seer" of. See ecretary.
Fan .Brunt, G.., salary of, increased .................. 212
payment to ......................... 760 to report respecting manufacturing arms
Van Yess, Madaena, by eontrat, ....................... 4t6
p ct to.......................... 866 Ward, Robert G.,
Van Wart, William, to have a certain credit on a judgment, 780
payment to children of .............. 849 Warden,
Vasquez Antoine, of penitentiary, annual report of ...... 573
authorized to enter crtain land,.. 838, 839 Warehouses,
-, Ilgpolite, private bended, established ...... 27t, 271
authorized to enter certainland,... 838, 839 what may be used as .......... 271
-, Joseph, bond required .................. 971
authorized to enter certain land,... 838, 839 goods may remain three years in,.... 71

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rewarehousing in other ports ......... 272 ington and Georgetown ............ 92
bond ........................... 272 supp Yo0f, &o t Washington ...... 2 06
existing leases to be cancelled at earliest tax authorized or supply of, to George-
opportunity ...... . ........... 272 town ............................ 633
Secretary may establish rules, &c., re- Water Lin ,
specting warehouses ............... 278 penalty for allowing water to fall below,
deposit in, of goods arriving in vesels in steamboat boi era ............... 69
propelled by steam ............ 344, 345 establishment of,................ 64
Washn.vton* The Waterville,
relief of widows and children of those settlement of accounts of postmaster at, 685
lost in ....................... 748, 749 Watson, James .,
Wasdiegto Aguduct, payment to representatives of ........ 734
appropriation for,.................... 664 -, Joseph,
Washio, City of, release of claim against, ........... 790
money to be refunded to ............. 649 Weas. See KuSI'as.
grades and sewerage of .............. 663 union of, with other tribes sanctioned,. 1082
supply of water to ............... 92, g06 appropriation for the, 54, 237, 329, 580, 690,
Washington Gas-light Go., Weileror Nn,~ 691,700
charter of, amended so as to apply to
Georgetown, 10, repealed ........ ~eon of .........................
e s o ofo 867
788 ebp 86
capital increased, ........... 84, 835
Washington Navy Yard, increase of pension of ............ 845
indemnification for property burnt at,.. 185 Webster, Daniel,
Washiungton Territory, appropriation for expenses of obsequies
establishment of the ................. 172 of ............................... 191
boundaries ................. 172, 173 Wees, William,
reservation of'power ofUited States land claim of confirmed ........... 3.98
respecting Indians ............. 178 feiihers. See Colletion Districts.
missionary stations .............. 173 Wrck Wimliam H.,
governor ....................... 173 payment to ........................ 815
secretary .................. 178 Welch Jamss K.,
legislative assembly. 173, 174, 175 pension of, ....... 8.. 17
sessions limited. .... 174, 177 Wells, Clark. £.,
qualifications of voters ...... 174 payment to ........................ 796
lstive power ......... 175 -, Edtwd,
taxes, ................... 175 land warrant to issue to ............... 767
first session of .......... 177, 178
laws to embrace but one object, d warrant to issue to ....... ; ...... 767
and that expressed in the -William H.,
title ..................... 175 land warrant to issue to, ............. 767
judiciary ........... 175, 176, 179 Wdsh, George P.,
removal of cases to............. 178 payment to ........................ 798
appointment of officers ...... 176, 177 Westott, Charlotte S.,
existing laws continued, .......... 117 Wetpension
Ficiena of Railroad,
................... 815
delegate from .................... 178 850
certain officers to retain office, 178, 179 duties to be refunded to, .............
offlcers to give bonds .......... 179 Weston, Nathan, Jr.,
ool lnds, in ................. 179 payment to ......................... 747
jurisdiction over Columbia River,.. 179 West Point. Sce Military Academy.
appropriation for .................... 214 Weymnouth, Ichabod,
appropriations for support of government pension of ......................... 732
of ........................... 655, 666 Whale-Slaps,
for roads in ....................... 603 American, privileges of, in Peruvian
for geological explorations in ......... 650 ports, ... .................. 91
lands in, donations of............ 305, 306 papers may issne to, at Port Jefferson,
university in ........................ 305 (N. Y.) .......................... 144
are ption in ...................... 305 Wheat, Conrad,Jr.,
ld-offics in, ........... 306 location of, confirmed ......... 798, 799
increase of salaries ofmoffcers of,.. 311, 312 Whteaton's InternationalLow,
appropriation br purchase of ......... 646
appropriation for'an equestrian statue of, 153 Wiacelen ion;,
-,
advance to
Lletoelln, Clark Mills for statute of,.. 872 bridges across the Ohio at, legalized and
payrment to,..................... 783 made post-roads .................. 112
appropriation for buildings at, ......... 571
- ,.n Cd. Ar; white, Eljd,
ettlement of claim of ................ 639 land claim, of confirmed ............. 848
-, Margaret, -, John Moore,
relief of, from a bond of Thomas payment to ........................ 736
Fletcher .......................... 734 -, Robert,
Watch. See Anxiai Watc. pension of .......................... 809
Water, Wi'dows,
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a second mi e 581, 582 in California and Oregom , extra pay of; 169
of persons in naval servic pensions o; 616 subpoenss to, before (I fornmlad rm-
Wigg, Willi.m Hazard, missioner ........................ 603
settlement of claims of,.............. 768 before commissioners under letters
Wikoxon, JsepA M., Wizard y from foreign courts, ........ 630
land entries of, confirmed ......... 752
Wilrmette Indians, name of the Glamorgan changed toa.... 819
treaty of Jan. 2, 1855, with,......... 1143 new register to issue for ............. 819
cession by ..................... 1143 Wo rvd, Judge, Wiliam,
Williams, Ezra, compensation of ............ 807,808, 869
payment to ........................ 798 Wood, rls
-,John, payment to...................... 745, 746
pension of ................... 756 Wood&", Willim,
-, William, adjustment of accounts of ........... 831
payment to ......................... 182 Wolimn, Geye H
Williams, lape, 4- Williamslt time of filing claim of, to land in Cali-
duties on goods destroyed by fire to be fornia, extended .................. 268
repaid to ......................... 728 Woodward, Maiy,
Willis, Anthony G., pension of ........... ..... 766, 767
payment to ........................ 781 Woo, Ge. JAR.,
--- , Lewis B., double rations to be allowed to ....... 8s4
payment to,................... 773, 774 thanks of congress to ................ 591
wilmingto, (Dlw.) sword to ...................... 579, 591
appropriations for buildinga at,.... 87, 202 Wortshey, James,
Wilma"gon and Manchester R B, pension of ......................... 801
payment of duties by, extended on bond Worh, Margaret L.,
being given .................. 40 pension of, ......................... 742
carriage of the mail on ............... 40 Wrecks. See Spwrecks.
witlsn (Georg W, appfprltion for acknowledging services
payment to ......................... 332 of toreigners in rescue from, ........ 182
- , John SP stiulations concerning, in treaty with
-,
payment to ..................... 791, 792.
Meredith, Borneo .......................... 910
Costarica. ....... ........... 919
payment to ......................... 332 France .......... .......... 998
Wind nd Current Charts, Guatemala, ....................... 877
.approriation forthe, 102, 221, 295, 583, 676 Peru........................9, 984
Ban Salvador .................... 898
land title of confirmed .............. 750 Wright, George,
Winn, Rebecc, purchase of patent of. ............... 799
adjustment of accounts of T. Winn, ... .857 payment to ......................... 799
-, Timothy, -, Hendrick B.,
adlustnent of accounts of ........... 857 payment to ......................... 183
- , James, Jr.,
appropriation for the, 19, 23, 4, 54, 227, pension of ................ 761,845
237, 238, 316, 829, 330, 674, 689, 697 Wyandotts,
treaty of Feb. 27, 1855, with....... 1172 appropriation for the, 54, 237, 329, 675, 697,
cession by,.................. 1172 698
houses for .................... 1173 treaty of Jan.31, 1855, with, ....... 1159
payment for cession, .1173, 1174, 1175 Wyandotts to be citizens of the
other provisions .......... 1174, 1175 United States ................. 1159
Wiscnsin, exceptions, ...................... 1159
additional land distrits in, ............ 25 cession by Wyandotte of land pur-
extension of time to sell saline lands of; 5 chased of the Delawares....... 1159
selection of lands by ............ 345, 346 partition of saidlands amongthe Wy.
salt springs relinquished to,....... 597, 598 andott, ................. 1160, 1161
grant of land to, for improvement-6f Fox patents to issue ..................
and Wisconsin rivers, .............. 724 1161
appraisement of the improvements of
Wishart, Tiomas, the Methodist Episcopal Church
payment to i'rersentatlves of ......... 843 and Church South ........... 1161
Witnesses, release of claims under treaties, .... 1162
may be summonea before steamboat In- payment in lieu thereof ........... 1162
spectors .......................... 68 additional payments .............. 1162
their pay .......................... 68 persons entitled to land and money, 1162
penalty for perjury of ................ 68 grantees under former treaty of 1842,
officer, attending court to receive no fees permitted to locate elsewhere, ... 1162
as from government,............. 22 expenses, how to be borne ........ 1163
fees of ...............167, 168
provision respecting persons coming from consult ........ ............ 621
abroad as ........................ 168 accession of, to extradition treaty with
respecting officers of government, 167, Prussia, &., of June 16,1852 ...... 971
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Youn, Jacob, At, .. . .. . . 622
pension of ....................... 747 Z7rach,
consul jat .......................... 621
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coneskl .......................... 622

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