968 INDEX. W3}. See Bankruptcy. Wisconsin, of bankru t may be required to attend grant of public lands to, for breakwater, before the court, to be examined as a harbor, and ship canal . ... . . . . . . 30 witness;.; .. ... 529 lands how tobeselected ... 30 Wilbzrd Sear: Estate, to be subject to the control of the adjoining Watertown arsenal, appropria- State legislature 30 tion for , ... 486 canal to be public highway 30 Willcox, Altazera L., before lands are disposed oi, plans of pensiont¤... ... . 581 workstobelllcd . . .. 30 Willey, Martha JZ, if works are not completed in three years, pension to ... 586 the unsold lands to revert to the Unit· Williams, Guerdon 0., ed States .. 30 grant to and associates, of use olfguportion accounts of sales and of cost of works to of military reserve on St. C river be kept ... 80 for horse railroad . . . . . . . 848 when work is paid for, only what tolls to Wdk. _ See Probate of WiHs. be charged , Sl stamp duty on ... 475 width and depth of canal .. 31 Wilmington, post-roads established in . 8, 189, 286, 555 collection district of, established 411 certain words in grant of lands to, in aid boundaries of 411 of the construction of certain railroads, Wilmington, port of entry of . . . . . . . 411 in reference to their location, how concollector, residence, snlary, &c. . 411 strued . .360, 361 Wilson, Sarah E., disposition of former grant to, by the pension to ... . ... 583 legislature ot, assented to 361 Wilson’s Island, Wisconsin and Iowa, ma he taken for use of armory, &e. at otBce of surveyor-general of, abolished, Igock Island. . . 76 when, Src. , 198 Wilson, Hamm FE, office of surveyor-general ot} removed t0 payment to, for services as consul ... 584 Plattsmouth, Nebraska. . ... . 344 Wn7s0n, Virginia S., Witnesses, widow of George W. Wilson, payment to, for the defendant in criminal trials in the of ension accrued to her husband 642 District of Columbia, may be snm- Winans, foarma., moncd and paid by the government 407, 408 pension to ... 587 in government cases in the United States Wines, courts, appropriations for expenses of . . 449 in bottles, may be imported in boxes con- in cases in the court of claims, not to be taining not less than, dsc . 328 excluded on account of color 457 in less quantities if shipped after Oc- provision for the attendance and examitober 1, 1866, to be forfeited . 328 nation ef, in proceedings in bankruptdutiable value of certain, how determined 330 cy 518, 519, 520, 527 , 528, 529, 536 tax upon those made in imitation of may be compelled to attend, &c. before champagne, and put up in bottles. 158 register ... 520 Wfnqate, illiam P., may be summoned in regard to proof in settling accounts otl as collector, cer· of claims ., 528 tain additional duty not to be exacted. 639 in the examination of bankrupts. . . 529 Winnebago Indians, wife of bankrupt may be required to at— appropriations for the 258, 265, 280, 494, tend before the court to be examined 511 on .. . . . ... 529 reservation purchased for. . . . . .¤ . . . 667, 668 See Bankruptcy. treaty with, of March 8, 1865 .. 671 Witter, Jerusha, reservation in Dakota ceded to the United pension to ... 591 States ... . . 671 Wolcott, Erasms B., one to be set apart for them in No- appointed manager of National Asylum brnska 671 for Disabled olunteer Soldiers .. 568 boundaries .. . . . . . , . . . 671 Wall-pa]:-ps Indians, the United States to make improvements, treaty with the Well-pah·pe tribe of fhrnish cattle, seeds, and agricultural Snake Indians, of August 12, 1865 683 implements 671 peace and friendship, prisoners and slaves 683 to erect agency and other buildings oession of lands to the United States 683 and houses for chiefs. . . . 672 boundaries of land ceded .. 683 to pay expenses of, removal and sub- Indians to remove to reservation and resist them for one year ... 672 main there . 683 amendment .. .672, 678 to submit to the United States and W`tnnsbago Island _ not commit depredations . 683 magohe taken for use of armory, &c. at offenders to be surrendered . 683 k Island ... . . . . . . . . 176 wrongsupon the Indians how redressed . . 684 Wfnma and Saint Pder Railroad Company, to try to induce hostile tribes to cease may build a bridge across the Mississippi hostilities . 684 _ river . , ... . 245 will not sell arms, &c. to hostile tribes. . 684 mnslcw, Daniel,fencing and cultivating lands, seeds and and legal representatives, relieved from tools .. 684 contract and judgments . 602 expenditures beueticial for their morals Winslow, Katharine F., and civilization 684 mother of Cleveland Winslow, pension to 615 physician, teachers, mechanics .. 684
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