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FORTYTHIBD CONGRESS. SESS; I. Ch. 311, 312, 313, 314. 1874. 83 strip of land from the marine-hospital grounds aforesaid for that purpose, end that the Detroit Trapsit Railway Company of said city shall P sym en t o_: pay mto the treasury of the United States the amount of damages %”°°“‘!: QC? ?{°*T°‘° ascertained and reported as herein provided. _ Cf,2,‘;fmy_ “ ‘ “W Approved, June 18, 1874. CHAP. 312.-Au awt to authorize the board of commissioners of the Soldiers Home to June 18, 1874. sell the property belonging; to the Soldiers? Home, situated at Herrodsburg, Kem ""_‘T""" tucky, and known as Harro sburg Springs property. · ‘Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represe1»tgt€ves‘of the United States <§)Amew3ca in Congress assembled, That the board of commissioners b $°*l° ,°f P'°g°'{Y of the ldiers’ Home be, and they are hereby, authorized to sell to the d§,;.’§$H'],€,,;°,,,, 1;,; board of trustees of the Widows’ Home and Orphans University of the rqdgburg, Ky,, M,- Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the property belonging to the tlnorized. Soldiers Home situated at Herrodsburg, Kentucky, aud known las the Harrodsburg Springs property, upon such terms and such valuation as may be approved by the Secretary of Weir. SEO. 2. That after uid property shell have been sold, and the purchase _ Couveya ri e e 0 t money shall have been paid to said board of commissioners, then they ***1**- shall have full power to convey said property to said purchasers, the board of trustees of the Widows’ Home sud Orpl1a.us’ University of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, by and for, and in behalf of the United States, and when said deed shall have been properly acknowledged, the United States shall be divested of the title to said property, and the board of trustees of the Widows’ Home and Orphans University of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows shall be invested with the 11111 title to said property. Approved, June 18, 1874. ‘ CHAP. 313.--An act to authorize the Secretary of Wir to ascertain the amount of .J¤¤¤ 1€,I874· ___ expenses incurred by the States of Oregon and California in the suppression of Indian hostilities in the years eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and eighteen hundred aud seventy-three. Be it enacted by the Senate and House <;{hReprese:ztatives of the United States of Amervlcem Congress assembled, at the Secretary of War he, $¤¤¤>¤¤‘y of WM and he is hereby, authorized and required to ascertain, or cause to be “;u’:fs° ’;f“’6‘m_f§f,; ascertained, the amount of expenses claimed to be necessarily incurred $,,,1 C,,m~,,,.,,;,,°,,, by the States of Oregon and California, or the citizens thereof, for arms, suppressing Imlizm ammunition, supplies, transportation, and services of the volunteer h°¤Fmm¤ in 187** forces in the suppression of Indian hostilities in said States in the years 187** eighteen hundred and seventy-two and eighteen hundred and seventy- three, aud report the same to Congress et the next session, the names R¤v¤¤ *0 CM- of persons who claim to be entitled to relief, together with zu. statement g’““· of the facts and sums upon which such report may be based. Approved, June 18, 1874. CHAP. 314.-An act to authorize and direct the Secretary of Wm: to reserve from sale J uno ]§_l_9jjL_ ten thousand suits of old and disused Army uniform clothing, now in the Quartermasteds department of the Army, and to transfer the same to the National Home for disabled Volunteer soldiers. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War he, Secretary or nvm _a.ud he is hereby, aiuthorized and directed to reserve fromsale ten thou- *5* t{'!"j‘j:** NF';!`?'; sand complete suits from the surplus stock of old and disused Army §{QuQ;,“g·0f dgf,;b§f‘d uniform clothing new ip the Q,D&1`t01`lD3St0I"S department of the Army, vomumcp serum;-e.