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595 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Hrs. 40, 41, 42. 1880, Payment in full of Colonel Thomas Worthington, Forty-Sixth Regiment Ohio _Vo1uD. ' fvr ¤¤1‘Vi°°¤·‘ teer Infantry, engaged in the scrvicepf the United States during the late war, by crediting and paying l11m, in addition to what he has already received on account of said serv1ces, the sum of nine hundred and sixty-two dollars and forty-mne cents, being the amount of pay to which he would have been entitled as colonel of volunteers from Iiovember twenty-nrst, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,_the date of his _121st Prwiw. payment, to March iirst, eighteen hundred and sixty-three: Provided, That this compensation shall be acceptedand receipted for by said Worthington as a full satisfaction of all claims on his part against the United States on account of said military services. Approved, June 1, 1880. June 1, 1880. [No. 41.] Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to loan certain tents, www- Bags and camp equipage for the use of the Sold1ers’ Reunion at Muscatine m the State of Iowa in September or October eighteen hundred and eighty. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States S<>1di<=¤i’f¤¤¤i¤¤ of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be and he “*£[0““°“"t‘°>I‘::1Y“‘ is hereby authorized to send from the government arsenal at Rock Island ,,,,,,,t°;`°.g;°c_ °q P` in the State of Illinois, to be used at the Soldiers’ Reunion at Muscatine, ’ Iowa, to be held in September or October eighteen hundred and eighty, such tents, camp equipage, flags and muskets as can be spared and_four pieces of artillery; said tents, camp equipage, flags, muskets and pieces of artillery to be returned after the holding of said reunion in hke good Promo. condition as when received: Provided, That the same can be spared with- Prewiso. out detriment to the public service: And provided, That all transportation of said articles to and from the place of reunion to the arsenal shall Proviso. be without expense to the United States: And provided further, That the Adjutant General of the State of Iowa, or other proper accounting officer shall receipt for said tents, camp equipage, flags, muskets and pieces of artillery in the name of said State and that such of them as shall not be returned shall be charged to said State and deducted from the sum, amount and share of the annual sum of two hundred thousand dollars appropriated for the purpose of providing arms and equipments for the whole body of the militia which may be assignable or distributable or allotted to the State of Iowa. Approved, June 1, 1880. ’ Jima 4v 1880- [No. 42.] Joint resolution authorizing and empowering the Secretary of War to $1+ W liver arms, and accoutrements, ammunition, and tents to the Soldiers Re-umon committee of the Northwest. ' . _ _ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States cO]S;’I;‘}}0$J;S;*g;.1"};%’; of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and he IS NorthWest_ hereby, authorized and empowered to deliver from the most convienent Loa.nofarms,&,c. arsenal of the government, to the S0ldiers’ Re-union committeeof the Northwest, three thousand stand of arms and accoutrements, twelve pieces of held-artillery, and six tents, if not incompatible with the public interests, to be used at a re-union of the soldiers of the Northwest, to be held in the State of Illinois in the summer of eighteen hundred and eighty, the said Secretary of War tirst taking a suitable bond for the return of said arms and tents nee of cost to the government, andin BW']- _ as good condition as when delivered; and that the Secretary of War 18 furtherempowered and authorized to deliver to said committee such quantmes of blank cartridges for use in said guns during said re-union as said committee may require and pay for; the amount to be charged for said blank cartridges to be the acmal cost of the same. Approved, June 4, 1880.