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LIST

OF

THE PUBLIC ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS

OF CONGRESS

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.


ACTS OF THE FORTY SEVENTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.

STATUTES I.—1881-'82.

Page.
Lucretia R. Garfield. An act granting the franking privilege to Lucretia R. Garfield. December 20, 1881 . . . 1
Legal holidays, District of Columbia. An act to amend section nine hundred and ninety-three of the Revised Statutes of the United States for the District of Columbia, and an act entitled "An act to amend section nine hundred and ninety-three of the Revised Statutes of the United States for the District of Columbia," approved January thirty-first, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine. December 20, 1881 . . . 1
Territorial legislature, New Mexico. An act to legalize the election of the Territorial legislature of New Mexico held November second, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes. December 21, 1881 . . . 1
Ward Hunt. An act to permit Ward Hunt, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, to retire. January 27, 1882 . . . 2
Tenth census. An act making appropriations for the payment of the final expenses of the tenth census. January 28, 1882 . . . 2
Repairs, Capitol. An act authorizing and directing the Architect of the Capitol to make certain changes and repairs in the House wing of the Capitol. February 8, 1882 . . . 2
Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. An act to appropriate five thousand dollars for packing, transporting, and arranging certain agricultural and mineral specimens. February 13, 1882 . . . 3
Colored emigrants. An act for the relief of colored emigrants. February 15, 1882 . . . 3
National Mechanics' Banking Association. An act to change the name of the National Mechanics' Banking Association of New York to that of Wall Street National Bank. February 17, 1882 . . . 3
Tenth census. An act supplemental to the act entitled "An act making appropriations for the payment of the final expenses of the tenth census." February 20, 1882 . . . 4
Post-Office warrants. An act to enable the Postmaster-General to delegate authority to sign warrants. February 25, 1882 . . . 4
Samuel Francis Du Pont. An act making an appropriation for the base and pedestal of the monument to the late Rear-Admiral Samuel Francis Du Pont, United States Navy. February 25, 1882 . . . 4
Lincoln Monument Association. An act in reference to the trustees of the Lincoln Monument Association. February 25, 1882 . . . 5
Lancaster National Bank. An act authorizing the Lancaster National Bank of Lancaster, Massachusetts, to change its location and name. February 25, 1882 . . . 5
Apportionment, Representatives, Congress. An act making an apportionment of Representatives in Congress among the several States under the tenth census. February 25, 1882 . . . 5
Eastern Shawnee Indians. An act for the relief of the Easter Shawnee Indians at the Quapaw Agency, Indian Territory. March 4, 1882 . . . 7
Galveston Harbor. An act making an appropriation for continuing the improvements of Galveston Harbor, State of Texas. March 4, 1882 . . . 7
William H. Gill. An act for the relief of William H. Gill. March 4, 1882 . . . 7
Deficiency appropriations. An act to provide for certain of the most urgent deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and for other purposes. March 6, 1882 . . . 7
Denver, Colorado. An act to establish a port of delivery at Denver, in the State of Colorado. March 6, 1882 . . . 13
Garfield memorial service. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to furnish impressions of the cards of invitations to the Garfield memorial service. March 6, 1882 . . . 13
Post-routes. An act to establish post-routes. March 6, 1882 . . . 13