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14 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 6,7. 1877—’78. r _ 5 _.. i i the officers and others of the United

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fol‘ other ])ll1‘p0Sl¥S. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Burial ofpersons States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy lost on wreck of bo, and he is hereby, authorized, at such t1me as in his discretion may H'“'°“· be proper, to have removed to the Naval Cemetery at Annapolis, Mary- land, and have buried there, the remains of the officers and others who perished, by the wreck of the United States steamer Huron on the twenty-third of November, eighteen hundred and seventyseven, and which have been. or may hereafter be, buried on the coast of North Remains may be Carolina: Provided, That the relatives of any such deceased officers and takw to h°¤l°°- others who prefer that the remains of such be taken to their homes within the United States, shall have such privilege extended to them and the expense thereof shall be borne by the United States: Andpro- Reimbursement. vided further, That the expense of removal, incurred by the relatives of those whose bodies have already been removed, shall be reimbursed to Appropriation. them and the sum of six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be found necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to carry out the provisions of this nenems to those act. And the benefit of the provisions of this act as far as applicable l<>=**» tm ¤*¤¤"M B- is hereby extended to those of the wrecking steamer B and J. Baker who "“‘l J' B“k"" were lost in the attempt to rescue the crew of the steamer Huron. Approved, December 15, 1877. Jan. 14, 1878. CHAP. 7.-An act establishing post-roads. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _I’o¤t;r¤=¤ds estab- States of America in Congress assembled, That the following post-roads l'“l’°‘l “" be, andthe same are hereby established: ARKANSAS. Arkansas. From M nrfreesboro’ via Gray’s Ferry, Allen’s, Wilson’s and 1laird’s to Prescott. From Dallas, Arkansas, to Strangtown, Indian Territory. From Prescott to Magnolia. From Bradford, via Denmark, Pleasant Plains, Cedar Grove, Pine Grove, Wolf Ba-you, and Richwood, to Mountain View. From Mountain View, via John Halpain’s, Turkey Creek, and Middle Settlement, to Clinton. From Lonoke, via Totten, Butlerville, and Bcche to Rowland. From Prescott, via Mount Morialn, Bell’s Store, College Hill, Magnolia and Whitten, Arkansas to Bellville, Louisiana. From Mineral Springs, via Yorkville, Locksburgh, Norwoodville, and Nelta Boc, to Ultima Thule. From Perryville, via Moore’s Mill, to Conway. From Hot Springs, via Point Cedar, Amity, Kent’s Brocton, Ozan, Nashville Ben Lomond, and Richmond Arkansas, to Boston, Texas. From Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Doaksville, Indian Territory. From Conway, via Elpaso, to Beebe. From Texarkana, via Richmond, to Rocky Comfort. From Benton, via Owensvillc, to Cedar Gladcs. I {From Little Rock, via. Brazeale, White’s Mill, and Harold, to Mount ( at. From Altus. via Roseville to Paris. From Pine Bluil`, to Camden. From Lake Village to Monticello. From Magnolia, A\l`l{HllS(1S, to Monroe, Louisiana. From Hot Springs to Rocky Comfort.