Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 26.djvu/1173

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PRIVATE ACTS 0F THE FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS or mn UNITED STATES, Passed at the jirst session, whwh was begun wnd held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the second day of December, 1889, and was adyowrned without day on Wednesday, the first day of October, 1890. _ BENJAMIN Hanmson, President; LEVI P. Monros, Vice-President, and President of the Senate; J om: J. INGALLS was elected President of the Senate pro ternpore February twenty-eighth, 1890, and continued to act as such until March the nineteenth, when the Vice-President resumed the duties of President of the Senate; on the third day of April, Jox1N J. INGALLB was elected President of the Senate pro tempore, and continued to act as such during the subseeguent temporary absences of the Vice-President; Tuomns B. REED was elect Speaker of the House of Representatives December second, 1889- J UL1Us C. Bmmows was elected Speaker gre tempore May twenty-sixth, 1890; {Mr. REED resumed the duties of Speaker aygwelilmy e§hth; JULIUS C. Bmuzows was elected Speaker pro tempore Septem r t; r. REED resumed the duties of Speaker September twelfth. GBA?. 30.-—An act for the relief of the heirs of Noah W. Yoder. March lL1D0. Be it enacted by the Senate and House 0;; Representatives of the ` United States of America in Congress ass d, That the Secretary mm w.Y»¤m·. of the Interior be, and he is here y, authorized and directed to adju- °,_’°““*°" °° °"“"'* dicate the pension claim of Catharine Z Yoder, late widow of Noah W. Yoder, second lieutenant of Company G Fifty-iirst Regiment Ohio Volunteers, and pay to the surviving children of said Noah W. Yoder a pension at the rate provided by the general pension laws, from the date of his death until they severally arrive at the age of sixteen years. ` Approved, March 11, 1890. · _ CHAP. 41.-An actgrmting a pension to Miss Elizabeth A. 'hattle. 1tu·cn10.1s¤0. Be it enacted in the Senate and House of Refresenmtives of the United States ogezimerica in Congress assemble , That the Secretary mums .•.·m•.1·. of the Interior and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place P¤•*¤¤- on the pension-roll, subject to the provisions and limitations o the nsion laws, the name of Miss Elizabeth A. Tuttle, an army nurse dining the late war of the rebellion, and to pay her a pension of twelve dollars per month. Approved, March 19, 1890. CHAP. 42.-An act granting a pension to Cyrus Tuttle. mm111m. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary cymrume. of the Interior be, and he is here y, authorized and directed to place Y"'"'"'- on the pension-roll, subject to the provisions and limitations o the nsion laws, the name of Cyrus uttle, late private Company D, Fifteenth Regiment Kansas olunteer Cavalry. _ Approved, March 19, 1890. snr 1.-von xxv1———71 1121