t RESOLUTIONS. [No. 4.] Joint resolution providing for transportation by the military authorities of Jan. 31, 1879. John J. Manuel and two infant daughters from Camp Howard, Idaho Territory, to """"_""“""" Saint Charles, Missouri. Whereas John J. Manuel, of NVhite Bird, Idaho County, Idaho Terri- PF<==¤¤l>l¤· tory, was twice wounded and permanently disabled by the Nez Perce Indians on the fourteenth day of June, eighteen hundred and seventy- seven, and his wife and infant child killed about the same time, and an infant daughter of seven years twice wounded, and his property almost wholly burned and destroyed, leaving him and his infant daughters, Maggie and Julia, aged respectively seven and ten years, without means of support; and \Vhercas the mother of said John J. Manuel resides at Flint Hill, Saint Charles County, Missouri, and the said Manuel is desirous of being removed to said Flint Hill, that himself and daughters may have the care and attention of his mother: Therefore, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America ln Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War is hereby empowered and directed to furnish military transportation to said J ohu John J. Manuel. J. Manuel and his two daughters from Camp Howard, Idaho Territory, Tm,,SpO,.t,m0,,_ to Saint Charles, in the State of Missouri; and the sum of two hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be required for that purpose, is hereby appropriated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended, under the direction of the Secretary of War, for that purpose. Approved, January 31, 1879. [No. 7.] Joint resolution to allow Lieutenant D. F. Tozier a gold medal awarded by Feb. 10, 1879. the President of the French Republic. —-—-···—······ Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Lieutenant D. F. Tozier, of D. F. Tnzler. the steamer Dix, United States Revenue Marine Service, be, and he is hereby, authorized to accept irom General Maclllahon, President of the May accept medal. Republic of France, a gold medal, which he desires to present to him as a recognition of his gallant, courageous, and efficient services in saving the French bark Peabody, aground February twenty-third, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, otf Horn Island, Mississippi Sound, Gulf of Mexico. Approved, February 10, 1879. [N0. 8.] Joint resolution making an appropriation for the benefit of the Penny Lunch Feb, 26, 1879, House of \Vasllington, District of Columbia. ———-———-——-— Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amer·iea in Congress assembled, That the sum of one thousand Penny lunch. and five hundred dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated for Appl-oprialion. the benefit of the Penny Lunch House, in the city of \\*ashington, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to pay the said sum of money to the Connuissioners of the District of Columbia, to be by them paid over to Mrs. Julia A. Roberts, of said city of \Vashington, in sums of not exceeding one hundred dollars in any one month, to be expended by her for the maintenance of said lunch-house: Prorltled, That 1818, Res. 29, this appropriation shall not become available until the appropriation A*•*<‘,>?53- made by joint resolution approved May twentieth, eighteen hundred (MSO)
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