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United States Statutes at Large/Volume 33/Fifty-Eighth Congress/List of Public Acts and Resolutions

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of the

PUBLIC ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.


PART ONE.

ACTS OF THE FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.

STATUTE I. — 1903.

  Page.
Congressional mileage, etc. Joint resolution making immediately available the appropriations for mileage of Senators and Members of the House of Representatives, and for other purposes. November 12, 1903

STATUTE II. — 1903-1904.

Cuban reciprocity. An act to carry into effect a convention between the United States and the Republic of Cuba, signed on the eleventh day of December, in the year nineteen hundred and two. December 17, 1903
Louisiana Purchase Exposition copyrights. An act to afford protection to exhibitors of foreign literary, artistic, or musical works at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. January 7, 1904.
Mexican boll-weevil extermination. An act to amend the act entitled "An act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four," approved March third, nineteen hundred and three. January 15,1904.
Removing snow and ice, District of Columbia. An act making appropriations for clearing the Potomac River of ice and for the removal of snow and ice in the District of Columbia. January 15, 1904.
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act to supplement and amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River, at or near Grays Point, Missouri," approved January twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and one. January 18, 1904.
Arizona, road bond issue. An act to enable the city of Phoenix, the town of Tempe, and the town Mesa, all in Maricopa County, Arizona Territory, severally to issue the bonds of said municipalities for the purpose of aiding in the construction of a freighting and wagon road from any convenient point in the Salt River Valley to the Salt River reservoir dam site in Maricopa County, Arizona. January 21, 1904.
District of Columbia, Columbian College charter. An act supplemental to the act of February ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, incorporating the Columbian College in the District of Columbia, and the acts amendatory thereof. January 23, 1904.
District of Columbia, Pintsch Compressing Company. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to permit the Pintsch Compressing Company to lay pipes in certain streets in the city of Washington," approved May nineteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. January 25, 1904.
Port of entry, Chester, Pa. An act making Chester, Pennsylvania, a subport of entry. January 25, 1904.
Perforated Congressional franks. An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing for public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents." January 30, 1904.
Appraiser, Pittsburg, Pa. An act providing for the appointment of a customs appraiser at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. January 30, 1904.
Bridge, Saint Francis River. An act to authorize the county of Poinsett, in the State of Arkansas, to construct a bridge across the Saint Francis River at or near the town of Marked Tree, in said county and State. February 2, 1904.
District of Columbia, sidewalks. An act in relation to business streets in the District of Columbia. February 2, 1904.
District of Columbia, dental practice. An act to amend an act entitled "An act for the regulation of the practice of dentistry in the District of Columbia, and for the protection of the people from empiricism in relation thereto," approved June sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety two. February 5, 1904.
Naval officer, Chicago, Ill. An act providing for an additional officer in the district of Chicago, in the collection district of Indiana and Illinois. February 6, 1904.
District of Columbia, harbor regulations. An act to amend section eight hundred and ninety-five of the code of law for the District of Columbia. February 8, 1904.
United States courts, Minnesota. An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing the terms and places of holding the courts of the United States in the district of Minnesota, and for other purposes," approved April twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety. February 9, 1904.
District of Columbia, reservation 32. An act to transfer jurisdiction of reservation numbered thirty-two, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. February 10, 1904.
District of Columbia, snow and ice. An act to provide for the removal of snow and ice from the sidewalks of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. February 10, 1904.
District of Columbia, height of buildings. An act to amend an act to regulate the height of buildings in the District of Columbia. February 16, 1904.
District of Columbia, naming streets. An act to name streets, avenues, alleys, highways, and reservations in that part of the District of Columbia outside of the city of Washington, and for other purposes. February 16, 1904.
Appropriations, urgent deficiencies. An act making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four, and for prior years, and for other purposes. February 18, 1904.
Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minn. An act to authorize the sale of a part of what is known as the Red Lake Indian Reservation, in the State of Minnesota. February 20, 1904.
United States courts, Martinsburg, W. Va. An act providing for the holding ofan additional term of court in the northern district of West Virginia, at Martinsburg, West Virginia. February 24, 1904.
District of Columbia, resubdividing lots. An act to authorize the resubdivision of lots or blocks in the District of Columbia. February 26, 1904.
Vermont war claims. An act to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay the State of Vermont money appropriated by the act of Congress of July first, nineteen hundred and two, and to adjust mutual claims between the United States and the State of Vermont. February 26, 1904.
Oregon, dispossessed homesteaders. An act for the relief of settlers on lands in Sherman County, in the State of Oregon. February 26, 1904.
Dam, Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a dam across the Mississippi River at or near the village of Sauk Rapids, Benton County, Minnesota. February 26, 1904.
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to authorize the Saint Joseph and Grand Island Railway Company, in the reconstruction of the bridge across the Missouri River at or near Saint Joseph, Missouri, to lower said bridge and to shorten the draw spans thereof. February 26, 1904.
Fort Griswold Park, Conn., obsolete ordnance. An act donating gun carriages to the Connecticut commissioners for the care and reservation of Fort Griswold. February 26, 1904.
Bridge, Ouachita River. An act to authorize the Little Rock and Monroe Railway Company to construct, maintain, and use a bridge across the Ouachita River, in the State of Louisiana, at a point between Ouachita City and the mouth of Bayou Loutre. February 26, 1904.
Dam, etc., Mississippi River. An act to amend an act granting to the Keokuk and Hamilton Water Power Company right to construct and maintain a dam, and so forth, approved February eighth, nineteen hundred and one. February 26, 1904.
Bridge, Tombigbee River. An act to authorize the Mobile and West Alabama Railroad Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Tombigbee River between the counties of Clarke and Choctaw, Alabama, in section seven, township nine, range one west, of Saint Stephens meridian. February 29, 1904.
Census of manufactures. An act to authorize the Director of the Census to cooperate with the secretary of state of the State of Michigan and with officials of other States in taking the census of manufactures. March 1, 1904.
Iowa war claims. An act for the relief of the State of Iowa. March 3, 1904.
Osage River, navigation limit. An act defining the limit of navigation of the Osage River in the State of Missouri. March 4, 1904.
Public lands, entry affidavits, etc. An act to amend the act of Congress of March eleventh, nineteen hundred and two, relating to homesteads. March 4, 1904.
United States courts, appeals, Beaumont, Tex. An act to provide for appeals, writs of error, and other appellate proceedings from the circuit and district courts of Beaumont, in the eastern district of Texas. March 4, 1904.
District of Columbia, ice, Potomac River. An act making an appropriation for clearing the Potomac River of ice. March 5, 1904.
United States courts, Marietta, Ind. T. An act establishing a United States court at Marietta, Indian Territory. March 7, 1904.
Bridge, Missouri River. An act authorizing the Yankton, Norfolk and Southern Railwav Company to construct a combined railroad, wagon, and foot-passenger bridge across the Missouri River at or near the city of Yankton, South Dakota. March 9, 1904.
Bridge, Black Warrior River. An act to authorize the Mobile and West Alabama Railroad Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Black Warrior River, in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, in section three, township twenty-one south, range nine west of Huntsville meridian. March 9, 1904.
Public lands, correcting errors in entries. An act relating to applications, declaratory statements, entries, and final proofs under the homestead and other land laws, and to confirm the same in certain cases when made outside of the land district within which the land is situated. March 9, 1904.
Montana University, lands. An act granting additional lands adjacent to the site of the University of Montana to the State of Montana for the uses of said University. March 9, 1904.
Rights of way, pipe lines, Indian lands. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to grant right of way for pipe lines through Indian lands. March 11, 1904.
65
Railroad franchises, Indian Territory, sale. An act permitting the Kiowa, Chickasha and Fort Smith Railway Company to sell and convey its railroad and other property in the Indian Territory to the Eastern Oklahoma Railway Company, and the Eastern Oklahoma Railway Company to lease all its railroad and other property in the Indian Territory to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, and thereafter to sell its railroad and other property to said the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company. March 11, 1904.
66
Dam, Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a dam across the Mississippi River between the counties of Wright and Sherburne, in the State of Minnesota. March 12, 1904.
66
Appropriations, diplomatic and consular. An act making appropriations for the diplomatic and consular service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred. and five. March 12, 1904.
67
Indian Territory, bail in criminal cases. An act authorizing bail in criminal cases upon appeal in the courts of Indian Territory. March 14, 1904.
80
Bridge, Monongahela River. An act to authorize the Mercantile Bridge Company to construct a bridge over the Monongahela River, Pennsylvania, from a point in the borough of North Charleroi, Washington County, to a point in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County. March 14, 1904.
80
Bridge, Monongahela River. An act to authorize the Charleroi and Monessen Bridge Company to construct a bridge over the Monongahela River. March 14, 1904.
82
Winthrop, Mass., land donated. An act to authorize the conveyance to the town of Winthrop, Massachusetts, for perpetual use as a public road, of a certain tract of land. March 15, 1904.
82
Bridges, Minnesota River. An act to authorize the construction of bridges across a portion of the Minnesota River in the State of Minnesota. March 15, 1904.
83
Public lands, Dickinson district, North Dakota. An act creating an additional land office in the State of North Dakota. March 16, 1904.
83
Bridge, Tennessee River. An act to authorize the Chicago, Saint Louis and New Orleans Railroad Company to construct a bridge across the Tennessee River near Gilbertsville, Kentucky. March 17, 1904.
84
Port of delivery, Salt Lake City, Utah. An act to establish a port of delivery at Salt Lake City, Utah. March 18, 1904.
85
Appropriations, legislative, executive, and judicial. An act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. March 18, 1904.
85
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to amend an act to amend an act to construct a bridge across the Missouri River at a point between Kansas City and Sibley, in Jackson County. March 19, 1904.
142
Fort Missoula, Mont., land donation accepted. An act to authorize the Secretary of War to accept from the citizens of Missoula, Montana, deeds donating to the United States certain lands for the enlargement of the military reservation of Fort Missoula, Montana. March 19, 1904.
142
District of Columbia, square 1131 quitclaimed. An act to quitclaim all interest of the United States of America in and to all of square eleven hundred and thirty-one, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to Sidney Bieber. March 19, 1904.
143
Oklahoma, waterworks bond issue. An act ratifying an act of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma legalizing the waterworks bond election held by the city of Geary, in said Territory. March 22, 1904.
143
Gnadenhutten, Ohio, lands granted. An act granting certain lots in Gnadenhutten, Ohio, to Gnadenhutten special school district. March 22, 1904.
143
Hot Springs, Ark., lands for county buildings. An act to authorize an exchange of sites for the public buildings of Garland County, Arkansas. March 22, 1904.
143
Public lands, furnishing transcripts of records. An act to authorize registers and receivers of United States land offices to furnish transcripts of their records to individuals. March 22, 1904.
144
Head tax, exempting Newfoundland citizens. An act to extend the exemption from head tax to citizens of Newfoundland entering the United States. March 22, 1904.
144
Immediate transportation, Utica, N. Y. An act constituting Utica, New York, a port of delivery, and for other purposes. March 24, 1904.
145
House of Representatives, fuel. An act making an appropriation for fuel for the south wing of the Capitol building. March 24, 1904.
145
Arizona, insane asylum bond issue. An act to approve and ratify act numbered seventy-three of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Arizona. March 24, 1904.
146
Sabine Lake, Texas, channel. An act directing the Secretary of War to expend one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars heretofore appropriated for a channel through Sabine Lake, Texas. March 25, 1904.
149
Bridge, Red River of the North. An act providing for the construction of a bridge across the Red River of the North at Fargo, North Dakota. March 25, 1904.
150
Bitter Root Valley, Montana, land patents confirmed. An act to confirm and validate patents to certain lands situated in the Bitter Root Valley, State of Montana, above the mouth of the Lo Lo Fork of the Bitter Root River. March 25, 1904.
151
Saint Joseph, Mo., land ceded. An act ceding certain land appertaining to the custom-house at Saint Joseph, Missouri, for use as a street. March 28, 1904.
152
United States courts, Green Bay, Wis. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to determine the sessions of the circuit and district courts of the United States for the eastern district of Wisconsin," approved March thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, chapter twenty eight. March 28, 1904.
152
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to supplement and amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River, and to establish it as a post-road," approved February twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and three. March 29, 1904.
152
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act to authorize the counties of Sherburne and Wright, Minnesota, to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River. March 29, 1904.
152
Fort Hall Indian Reservation, opening lands. An act relating to ceded lands on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. March 30, 1904.
153
School lands, South Dakota. An act to authorize the State of South Dakota to select school and indemnity lands in the ceded portion of the Great Sioux Reservation, and for other purposes. March 30, 1904.
154
Port Angeles, Wash., land donated. An act granting to the city of Port Angeles, State of Washington, for park purposes, certain portions of the Government reserve in said city. March 30, 1904.
154
United States courts, judge Pennsylvania eastern district. An act to provide for an additional judge of the district court of the United States for the eastern district of Pennsylvania. April 1, 1904.
155
Bridge, Missouri River. An act authorizing the Winnipeg, Yankton and Gulf Railroad Company to construct a combined railroad, wagon, and foot-passenger bridge across the Missouri River at or near the city of Yankton, South Dakota. April 5, 1904.
155
Bridge, Monongahela River. An act to authorize the Buckhannon and Northern Railroad Company, a corporation under the laws of the State of West Virginia, to build a bridge across the Monongahela River near the town of Rivesville, in the State of West Virginia. April 5, 1904.
157
Dams, etc., Mississippi River. An act granting to the Davenport Water Power Company rights to construct and maintain a canal, power station, and appurtenant works in the Mississippi River, in Scott County, Iowa. April 5, 1904.
158
Bridge, Monongahela River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Monongahela River, in the State of Pennsylvania, by the Eastern Railroad Company." April 5, 1904.
159
Congressional documents. An act to amend section sixty-eight, chapter twenty-three, of volume twenty-eight of the United States Statutes at Large. April 6, 1904.
159
Bridge, Connecticut River. An act to authorize the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Connecticut River. April 7, 1904.
160
United States courts, Athens, Ga. An act providing for holding of courts of the eastern division of the northern Federal judicial district of Georgia at Athens, Georgia. April 7, 1904.
161
United States courts, Georgia southern district. An act transferring the county of Pierce, in the State of Georgia, from the eastern to the southwestern division of the United States district court for the southern district of Georgia. April 7, 1904.
161
Indiana State board of agriculture, claim. An act for the relief of the Indiana State board of agriculture. April 7, 1904.
161
Bridge, Wabash River. An act to authorize the Southern Indiana Railway Company to construct a railroad bridge across the Wabash River in Vigo County, Indiana. April 7, 1904.
162
Pension, total blindness. An act to increase the pensions of those who have lost both eyes or have become totally blind from causes occurring in the military or naval service of the United States. April 8, 1904.
163
Navy, Seth Mitchell Ackley. An act to transfer Captain Seth Mitchell Ackley from the retired to the active list of the Navy. April 8, 1904.
163
United States courts, Missouri eastern district. An act to detach the counties of Linn and Chariton, in the State of Missouri, from the western and attach them to the eastern judicial district of said State. April 8, 1904.
164
Hawaii, labor statistics. An act to amend section seventy-six of an act entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii.” April 8, 1904.
164
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, donations, etc. An act to provide for the withdrawal, free of duty under bond, from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of any articles and materials donated to incorporated institutions established for religious, philosophical, educational, scientific, or literary purposes, or to any State or municipal corporation. April 8, 1904.
164
Right of way, Alaska. An act for the relief of the Western Alaska Construction Company's Railroad. April 9, 1904.
165
Bridge, Alabama River. An act to revive and amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the Montgomery and Autauga Bridge-Company to construct a bridge across the Alabama River near the city of Montgomery, Alabama." April 11, 1904.
166
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River between Wanbliska, in Burleigh County, and Morton County, in the State of North Dakota. April 11, 1904.
186
Bridge, Red Lake River. An act permitting the building of a railway bridge across the Red Lake River at the city of Thief River Falls, in the county of Red Lake and State of Minnesota. April 11, 1904.
167
Merchant seamen, attachment of clothing. An act to amend the act approved February eighteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to amend the laws relative to shipping commissioners,' approved August nineteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety, and for other purposes." April 11, 1904.
168
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to amend section eight of an act approved April fifteenth, nineteen hundred and two, authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River at or near Parkville, Missouri. April 11, 1904.
169
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend an act authorizing the construction of a railway, street railway, motor, wagon, and pedestrian bridge over the Missouri River, near Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Omaha, Nebraska, approved February thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one," and acts amendatory thereof, so as to extend the time for completion of said bridge until January first, nineteen hundred and five. April 11, 1904.
169
Bridge, Dog River. An act to authorize W. Denny and Company to bridge Dog River, in the State of Mississippi. April 11, 1904.
169
Port of entry, Vinalhaven, Me. An act making Vinalhaven, Maine, a subport of entry. April 12, 1904.
171
Immediate transportation, Dayton, Ohio. An act for the establishment of Dayton, Ohio, as a port of delivery. April 12, 1904.
171
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize the Norfolk and Western Railway Company to bridge the Tug Fork of Big Sandy River at certain points where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky or the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Virginia. April 12, 1904.
171
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize the Vulcan Coal Company, of Vulcan, West Virginia, to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River at Vulcan, Mingo County, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. April 12, 1904.
172
Hot Springs Reservation, Ark., bath rights. An act to amend an act approved December sixteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to grant additional water rights to hotels and bath houses at Hot Springs, Arkansas, and for other purposes. April 12, 1904.
173
District of Columbia, abandonment of W street. An act to authorize the abandonment of W street northeast, Washington, District of Columbia. April 12, 1904.
174
District of Columbia, bath licenses. An act to regulate the issue of licenses for Turkish, Russian, or medicated baths in the District of Columbia. April 12, 1904.
174
Merchant seamen, soliciting, as lodgers. An act to amend section forty-six hundred and seven of the Revised Statutes, relating to soliciting seamen as lodgers. April 13, 1904.
174
Lewis and Clark Exposition. An act to authorize the Government of the United States to participate in celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the exploration of the Oregon country by Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in the years eighteen hundred and four, eighteen hundred and five, and eighteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. April 13, 1904.
175
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize the Williamson Coal Company (Incorporated) to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River near Williamson, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. April 13, 1904.
179
Bridge, Wabash River. An act to authorize the board of commissioners of Vigo County, Indiana, to construct and maintain a wagon, foot, and trolley-car bridge across the Wabash River at the foot of Wabash avenue, in the city of Terre Haute, in said county and State. April 13, 1904.
180
Philippine shipping. An act to regulate shipping in trade between ports of the United States and ports or places in the Philippine Archipelago, between ports or places in the Philippine Archipelago, and for other purposes. April 15, 1904.
181
Senate contingent fund. An act making an appropriation to supply a deficiency in the contingent fund of the United States Senate. April 15, 1904.
182
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize Frank P. Harman to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River near Delorme, in Mingo County, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. April 18, 1904.
182
Obsolete gun, Phil Kearny Post, G. A. R. An act to authorize the donation of a certain unused and obsolete gun now at Chickamauga Park, Georgia, to Phil Kearny Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, at Nelsonville, Ohio. April 18, 1904.
184
Public lands, ejected settlers on road grants. An act for the relief of certain settlers upon Wisconsin Central Railroad and The Dalles military road land grants. April 19, 1904.
184
Oregon, State fish hatchery. An act granting to the State of Oregon certain lands to be used by it for the purpose of maintaining and operating thereon a fish hatchery. April 19, 1904.
185
General Land Office, copies of patents, etc. An act authorizing the recorder of the General Land Office to issue certified copies of patents, records, books, and papers. April 19, 1904.
185
Oregon Historical Society, land grant. An act providing for the donation of lots A, B, K, and L, in block thirty-nine, in Fort Dalles military addition to The Dalles, Oregon, as shown on the plan of the city of The Dalles, and surroundings, and filed in the local land office at The Dalles, Oregon, to the Oregon Historical Society. April 19, 1904.
185
Public lands, original papers. An act to authorize the Commissioner of the General Land Office to transmit original papers to be used as evidence. April 19, 1904.
186
Obsolete ordnance, Boston, Mass. An act transferring the custody of certain obsolete ordnance to the city of Boston. April 20, 1904.
186
Hot Springs Reservation, Ark., jurisdiction accepted. An act conferring jurisdiction upon United States commissioners over offenses committed in a portion of the permanent Hot Springs Mountain Reservation, Arkansas. April 20, 1904.
187
Appropriations, Indian Department. An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 21, 1904.
189
Retired officers, detail to military schools. An act to amend section twelve hundred and twenty five of Revised Statutes, so as to provide for detail of retired officers of the Army and Navy to assist in military instruction in schools. April 21, 1904.
225
Army, chaplains. An act to recognize and promote the efficiency of army chaplains. April 21, 1904.
226
Hawaii, electric franchise. An act to ratify, approve, confirm, and amend an act duly enacted by the legislature of the Territory of Hawaii to authorize and provide for the manufacture, distribution, and supply of electric light and power on the island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. April 21, 1904.
227
Hawaii, gas franchise. An act to ratify, approve, and confirm an act duly enacted by the legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, to authorize and provide for the maintenance and supply of fuel and illuminating gas and its by-products in Honolulu. April 21, 1904.
231
Appropriations, fortifications. An act making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, for the armament thereof, for the procurement of heavy ordnance for trial and service, and for other purposes. April 21, 1904.
234
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize the Blackberry, Kentucky and West Virginia Coal and Coke Company (Incorporated) to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River about one mile east of Matewan, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. April 21, 1904.
238
Calumet River, navigable channel. An act in relation to the location of the navigable channel of the Calumet River, Illinois and Indiana. April 21, 1904.
239
Railroad franchises, Indian lands, sale permitted. An act permitting the Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. Railroad Company to sell its railroads and properties to the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company. April 21, 1904.
240
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act authorizing the county of Itasca, in the State of Minnesota, to construct a wagon and foot bridge over the Mississippi River, in section twenty-two, township fifty-five north, range twenty-seven west, of the fourth principal meridian. April 21, 1904.
240
Public building, Los Angeles, Cal. An act to amend section seventeen of the act of Congress approved June sixth, nineteen hundred and two, entitled "An act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, and for other purposes." April 22, 1904.
241
Life-saving station, Delaware coast. An act to establish a life-saving station in Sussex County, State of Delaware. April 22, 1904.
242
Mississippi customs collection district, changes. An act to amend sections twenty-five hundred and sixty-six and twenty-five hundred and sixty-seven of the Revised Statutes of the United States, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, so as to remove the port of entry for the district of Pearl River from Shieldsboro to Gulfport, and for other purposes. April 22, 1904.
242
Public lands, Fort Malta Walla, Wash. An act for the reappraisement and sale of the undisposed lands within the Fort Walla Walla Military Reservation, in the State of Washington. April 22, 1904.
243
District of Columbia, Church street. An act to change the name of Madison, Sampson, and Samson streets to Church street. April 22, 1904.
244
District of Columbia, water mains and sewers. An act authorizing the laying of water mains and service sewers in the District of Columbia, the levying of assessments therefor, and for other purposes. April 22, 1904.
244
District of Columbia, extending Eighth street. An act for the extension of Eighth street northwest, or Wrights road, District of Columbia. April 22, 1904.
247
United States courts, Newport, Vt. An act to provide that a term of the circuit and district courts of the United States for the district of Vermont may be held at Newport. April 22, 1904.
249
United States courts, Montgomery, Ala. An act to amend the first section of an act providing that the circuit court of appeals for the fifth judicial circuit of the United States shall hold at least one term of said court annually in the city of Montgomery, in the State of, Alabama, approved January thirtieth, nineteen hundred and. three. April 22, 1904.
249
United States courts, Bigstone Gap, Va. An act to authorize the holding of a regular term of the district and circuit courts of the United States for the western district of Virginia in the city of Bigstone Gap, Virginia. April 22, 1904.
249
United States courts, Wilkesboro, N. C. An act to amend chapter seven hundred and forty-nine, second session Fifty-seventh Congress, approved February twenty-third, nineteen hundred and three, being "An act to establish United States courts at Wilkesboro, North Carolina.” April 22, 1904.
250
District of Columbia, damages, Union Station grades. An act to provide for payment of damages on account of changes of grade due to construction of the Union Station, District of Columbia. April 22, 1904.
250
District of Columbia, extending Twenty-third street. An act for the extension of Twenty-third street from S street to California avenue. April 22, 1904.
252
Rosebud Indian Reservation cession. An act to ratify and amend an agreement with the Sioux tribe of Indians of the Rosebud Reservation, in South Dakota, and making appropriation and provision to carry the same into effect. April 23, 1904.
254
Appropriations, Army. An act making appropriation for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 23, 1904.
259
Appropriations, Department of Agriculture. An act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five. April 23, 1904.
276
Dams, Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a dam across the Mississippi River between the counties of Stearns and Benton, in the State of Minnesota. April 23, 1904.
295
Columbia Arsenal, Tenn. An act authorizing the Secretary of War to transfer to the Columbia Military Academy certain property in Maury County, Tennessee. April 23, 1904.
296
Public lands, correcting Indian patents. An act amending the act of Congress approved January twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, entitled "An act authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to correct errors where double allotments of land have erroneously been made to an Indian, to correct errors in patents, and for other purposes.” April 23, 1904.
291
District of Columbia, Quaker marriages. An act to amend sections twelve hundred and eighty-eight, twelve hundred and ninety-three, and twelve hundred and ninety-four of the Code of the District of Columbia, relating to marriage, so as to authorize marriages according to the custom of the Society of Friends or Quakers. April 23, 1904.
297
Public lands, validating homestead entries. An act to validate certain original homestead entries and extend the time to make final proofs thereon. April 23, 1904.
298
Osage Indian Reservation, stone and timber entries. An act to extend the provisions of the act of January twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three, to the Osage Reservation, in Oklahoma Territory, and for other purposes. April 23, 1904.
299
Indian Territory, medical practitioners. An act regulating the practice of medicine and surgery in the Indian Territory. April 23, 1904.
299
District of Columbia, Washington Sanitary Housing Company. An act to incorporate the Washington Sanitary Housing Company. April 23, 1904.
301
Flathead Indian Reservation, opening. An act for the survey and allotment of lands now embraced within the limits of the Flathead Indian Reservation, in the State of Montana, and the sale and disposal of all surplus lands after allotment. April 23, 1904.
302
Fort Abraham Lincoln Reservation, N. Dak. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the opening of certain abandoned military reservations, and for other purposes," approved August twenty-third, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. April 23, 1904.
306
Fort Crawford military tract, Wisconsin. An act for the disposal of the unsold lots in the Fort Crawford military tract at Prairie du Chien, Crawford County, Wisconsin. April 25, 1904.
306
District of Columbia, electric wiring. An act to regulate electric wiring in the District of Columbia. April 26, 1904.
306
American seamen, hiring. An act to amend section twenty-four of the act approved December twenty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, entitled "An act to amend the laws relating to American seamen, for the protection of such seamen, and to promote commerce.” April 26, 1904.
308
District of Columbia, East Washington Heights Railroad. An act to extend the time for completion of the East Washington Heights Traction Railroad Company. April 26, 1904.
308
Dams, etc., Tennessee River. An act to enable the Secretary of War to permit the erection of a lock and dam in aid of navigation in the Tennessee River near Chattanooga, Tennessee, and for other purposes. April 26, 1904.
309
Right of way, Omaha and Winnebago Reservation, Nebr. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act granting the right to the Omaha Northern Railway Company to construct a railway across and establish stations on the Omaha and Winnebago Reservation, in the State of Nebraska, and for other purposes,' by extending the time for the construction of said railway," by a further extension of time for the construction of said railway. April 26, 1904.
311
White Stone Hills battlefield, N. Dak. An act granting to the State of North Dakota six hundred and forty acres of land, embracing the White Stone Hills battlefield and burial ground of soldiers killed in that engagement. April 26, 1904.
312
State Spanish War claims. An act to amend an act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to reimburse the governors of States and Territories for expenses incurred by them in aiding the United States to raise and organize and supply and equip the Volunteer Army of the United States in the existing war with Spain,' approved July eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight," and so forth, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
312
United States courts, Great Falls, Mont. An act providing for holding regular terms of the circuit and district courts of the United States at Great Falls, Montana. April 27, 1904.
313
Bridge, Alabama River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the Montgomery Bridge Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Alabama River near the city of Montgomery, Alabama," approved March first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three. April 27, 1904.
313
Mailing reading matter for the blind. An act to promote the circulation of reading matter among the blind. April 27, 1904.
313
Bridge, Cumberland River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Cumberland River at or near Carthage, Tennessee," approved March second, nineteen hundred and one. April 27, 1904.
313
Sale of franchises, Ozark and Cherokee Central and Arkansas Valley and Western railroads. An act permitting the Ozark and Cherokee Central Railroad Company and the Arkansas Valley and Western Railway Company, and each or either of them, to sell and convey their railroads and other property in the Indian Territory to the Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company or to the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
314
Tunnels, Chicago River. An act declaring each of the tunnels under the Chicago River an obstruction to navigation, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
314
American register, steamer "Beaumont." An act to provide an American register for the steamer Beaumont. April 27, 1904.
315
Appropriations, pensions. An act making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
315
District of Columbia, detention of insane. An act to authorize the apprehension and detention of insane persons in the District of Columbia, and providing for their temporary commitment in the Government Hospital for the Insane, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
316
Beecher Island Battle Park. An act for the cession of one hundred and twenty acres of land to the Beecher Island Battle Memorial Association. April 27, 1904.
319
Devils Lake Indian Reservation, N. Dak., cession. An act to modify and amend an agreement with the Indians of the Devils Lake Reservation, in North Dakota, to accept and ratify the same as amended, and making appropriation and provision to carry the same into effect. April 27, 1904.
319
Life-saving station, Keweenaw Point, Mich. An act to authorize the establishment of a life-saving station at or near Eagle Harbor, Keweenaw Point, Michigan. April 27, 1904.
324
Appropriations, Navy. An act making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
324
Presque Isle Peninsula lands, Pa. An act granting certain rights and privileges to the commissioners of waterworks in the city of Erie, Pennsylvania. April 27, 1904.
352
Crow Indian Reservation, cession. An act to ratify and amend an agreement with the Indians of the Crow Reservation in Montana, and making appropriations to carry the same into effect. April 27, 1904.
352
Importations of merchandise. An act to amend section three thousand and ninety-five of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating to manner of importation. April 27, 1904.
362
Vital statistics, annual reports. An act amendatory of an act entitled "An act to provide for a permanent Census Office," approved March sixth, nineteen hundred and two. April 27, 1904.
362
Immediate transportation, Peoria, Ill. An act to extend to Peoria, Illinois, the privileges of the seventh section of the Act of Congress approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, governing the immediate transportation of merchandise without appraisement. April 27, 1904.
362
Appropriations, District of Columbia. An act making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
363
Alaska, road districts. An act to authorize the appointment of road overseers and to create road districts in the district of Alaska, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
391
Appropriations, deficiencies. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four, and for prior years, and for other purposes. April 27, 1904.
394
Canal Zone. An act to provide for the temporary government of the Canal Zone at Panama, the protection of the canal works, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
429
Appropriations, postal service. An act making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
429
Appropriations, Military Academy. An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
441
Appropriations, rivers and harbors. An act providing for the restoration or maintenance of channels, or of river and harbor improvements, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
451
Appropriations, sundry civil expenses. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
452
District of Columbia. joining Kalorama avenue. An act authorizing the joining of Kalorama avenue. April 28, 1904.
514
American register, "Pyrenees.” An act to provide an American register for the British ship Pyrenees. April 28, 1904.
516
District of Columbia, extending Euclid place. An act to connect Euclid place with Erie street. April 28, 1904.
516
Army and navy supplies in American vessels. An act to require the employment of vessels of the United States for public purposes. April 28, 1904.
518
Absentee Wyandotte Indians, land selections. An act to authorize the Absentee Wyandotte Indians to select certain lands, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
519
Colorado, land surveys. An act providing for the resurvey of certain townships in Routt and Rio Blanco counties in the State of Colorado. April 28, 1904.
519
District of Columbia, widening V street. An act for the widening of V street northwest. April 28, 1904.
520
Life-Saving Station, Tillamook Bay, Oregon. An act to establish a life-saving station at or near the entrance to Tillamook Bay, Oregon. April 28, 1904.
522
District of Columbia, highways to Zoological Park. An act for the opening of connecting highways on the east and west sides of the Zoological Park, District of Columbia. April 28, 1904.
522
Alaska, coal-land entries. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to extend the coal-land laws to the district of Alaska," approved June sixth, nineteen hundred. April 28, 1904.
525
Alaska, insane. An act supplemental to and amendatory of an act entitled "An act making further provision for a civil government for Alaska, and for other purposes," approved June sixth, nineteen hundred. April 28, 1904.
526
Public lands, Bull Run Forest Reserve. An act for the protection of the Bull Run Forest Reserve and the sources of the water supply of the city of Portland, State of Oregon. April 28, 1904.
526
United States courts, Oregon district court. An act to expedite business in the district court of the United States for the district of Oregon. April 28, 1904.
527
Public lands, second homestead entries. An act providing for second and additional homestead entries, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
527
Bridge, Missouri River. An act authorizing the construction of a wagon, toll, and electric railway bridge over the Missouri River at Lexington, Missouri. April 28, 1904.
528
Alaska, municipal corporations. An act to amend and codify the laws relating to municipal corporations in the district of Alaska. April 28, 1904.
529
District of Columbia, extending Albemarle street. An act for the extension of Albemarle street. April 28, 1904.
534
Public lands, forestry grant to Minnesota. An act to grant to the State of Minnesota certain lands for forestry purposes. April 28, 1904.
536
Bridges, Spuyten Duyvil Creek and Harlem River. An act to authorize the Spuyten Duyvil and Port Morris Railroad Company and its lessee, the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, to build and maintain bridges or other structures for their railroad across the Spuyten Duyvil Creek and the Harlem River north of the Harlem River pier and bulkhead lines as now established in the city of New York. April 28, 1904.
537
Public lands, Northern Pacific Railway. An act validating certain conveyances of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and the Northern Pacific Railway Company. April 28, 1904.
538
Customs, assistant appraiser, Boston. An act to provide for the appointment of an additional assistant appraiser at the port of Boston. April 28, 1904.
538
Trinity River, Texas, improvement. An act to amend an act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors and for other purposes, approved June thirteenth, nineteen hundred and two, making appropriation for improving Trinity River, Texas. April 28, 1904.
538
Port of entry, Lewes, Del. An act making Lewes, Delaware, a subport of entry. April 28, 1904.
539
White Earth Reservation Indians, allotments. An act to provide allotments to Indians on White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. April 28, 1904.
539
Indian Territory, care of insane. An act to provide for the care and support of insane persons in the Indian Territory. April 28, 1904.
539
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the counties of Sherburne and Wright, Minnesota, to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River," approved March twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and four. April 28, 1904.
531
Bridge, Connecticut River. An act to authorize the board of county commissioners of the county of Hampden, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to construct a bridge across the Connecticut River between Chicopee and West Springfield, in said county and Commonwealth. April 28, 1904.
541
District of Columbia, Federation of Women's Clubs. An act to amend an act entitled "An act granting a charter to the General Federation of Women's Clubs," approved March third, nineteen hundred and one. April 28, 1904.
542
Public printing, Department of Commerce and Labor. An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing for public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents.” April 28, 1904.
542
New Mexico, additional judge. An act to provide for an additional associate justice of the supreme court of the Territory of New Mexico. April 28, 1904.
542
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tennessee," approved April twenty fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight. April 28, 1904.
543
Choctaw Nation, coal and asphalt lands. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to add to the segregation of coal and asphalt lands in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, Indian Territory, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
544
District of Columbia, titles, square 979. An act to confirm the title to lots three, four, and five in square numbered nine hundred and seventy-nine, in Washington, in the District of Columbia. April 28, 1904.
545
Public lands, mining claims. An act to amend section twenty-three hundred and twenty-seven of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating to lands. April 28, 1904.
545
United States courts, Knoxville, Tenn. An act to change and fix the time for holding the district and circuit courts for the northern division of the eastern district of Tennessee. April 28, 1904.
545
Bridge, Red River, La. An act to revive and amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the Shreveport Bridge and Terminal Company to construct and maintain a bridge across Red River, in the State of Louisiana, at or near Shreveport." April 28, 1904.
546
Bridge, Choctawhatchee River. An act to authorize the courts of county commissioners of Houston and Dale counties, Alabama, to construct a bridge across the Choctawhatchee River between Houston and Dale counties, Alabama. April 28, 1904.
546
United Stales courts, Davenport, Iowa. An act to create a new division of the southern judicial district of Iowa, and to provide for terms of court at Davenport, Iowa, and for a clerk for said court, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
546
Public lands, entries on arid lands, Nebraska. An act to amend the homestead laws as to certain unappropriated and unreserved lands in Nebraska. April 28, 1904.
547
United States courts, Lewisburg, W. Va. An act establishing a regular term of the United States circuit and district courts at Lewisburg, West Virginia. April 28, 1904.
548
Bridges, Calumet River. An act to amend section six of "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge by the New York, Chicago and Saint Louis Railroad Company and the Chicago and Erie Railroad Company across the Calumet River at or near the city of Hammond, Indiana, at a point about one thousand two hundred feet east of the Indiana and Illinois State line and about one hundred feet east of the location of the present bridge of the New York, Chicago and Saint Louis Railroad Company across said river; also to authorize the construction of a bridge by the Chicago and State Line Railroad Company across said river at the point where said company's railroad crosses said river in Hyde Park Township, Chicago, Illinois, being at the location of the present bridge of said company across said river in said township," approved July first, nineteen hundred and two. April 28, 1904.
548
Bridge, Saint Andrews Bay. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the navigable waters of Saint Andrews Bay. April 28, 1904.
549
United States courts, East Saint Louis, Ill. An act establishing a regular term of the United States circuit and district courts at East Saint Louis, Illinois. April 28, 1904.
550
Indian Territory, pharmacy regulations. An act in relation to pharmacy in the Indian Territory. April 28, 1904.
550
Port of entry, Juneau, Alaska. An act providing for the removal of the port of entry in the customs collection district in Alaska from Sitka, Alaska, to Juneau, Alaska. April 28, 1904.
554
District of Columbia, mortgaged personal property. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia.” April 28, 1904.
554
District of Columbia, sales of goods in bulk. An act to prevent the fraudulent sale of merchandise in the District of Columbia. April 28, 1904.
555
Public lands, New Mexico. An act for the relief of small-holding settlers within the limits of the grant of land to the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company in the Territory of New Mexico. April 28, 1904.
556
Arizona, bond issue. An act to ratify and confirm act numbered forty-seven of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Arizona. April 28, 1904.
556
Bridge, Catalla Creek. An act authorizing the Union Pioneer Mining and Trading Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Catalla Creek, in the district of Alaska. April 28, 1904.
560
Merchant Marine Commission. An act creating a commission to consider and recommend legislation for the development of the American merchant marine, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
561
Light-house, Diamond Shoal, N. C. An act to provide for the construction of a light-house and fog signal at Diamond Shoal, on the coast of North Carolina, at Cape Hatteras. April 28, 1904.
561
District of Columbia, personal taxes. An act to amend the law relating to taxation in the District of Columbia. April 28, 1904.
563
Puyallup Indian allottees. An act confirming the removal of restrictions upon alienation by the Puyallup Indians of the State of Washington of their allotted lands. April 28, 1904.
565
Oklahoma, school bonds. An act to amend an act to prohibit the passage of special or local laws in the Territories, to limit the Territorial indebtedness, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
565
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, sale of exhibits. An act amending an act approved March third, nineteen hundred and one, entitled "An act to provide for celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the purchase of the Louisiana Territory by the United States, by holding an international exhibition of arts, industries, manufactures, and the products of the soil, mine, forest, and sea, in the city of Saint Louis, in the State of Missouri," April 28, 1904.
566
Colville Indian Reservation, Wash. An act to permit the construction of a smelter on the Colville Indian Reservation, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
567
Grande Ronde Indian Reservation, Oreg., cession. An act to ratify and amend an agreement with the Indians located upon the Grande Ronde Reservation, in the State of Oregon, and to make an appropriation to carry the same into effect. April 28, 1904.
567
Dam, etc., Missouri River. An act to authorize the Ox Bow Power Company, of South Dakota, to construct a dam across the Missouri River. April 28, 1904.
570
Choctaw and Chickasaw funds. An act authorizing the payment of the Choctaw and Chickasaw town-site fund, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
571
Bridge, Saint Francis River. An act to authorize the Paragould and Memphis Railroad Company to construct a bridge across Saint Francis River. April 28, 1904.
572
Indian Territory, additional judges. An act to provide for additional United States judges in the Indian Territory, and for other purposes. April 28, 1904.
573
Immediate transportation, Coal City, Ill. An act constituting Coal City, Grundy County, Illinois, a port of delivery. April 28, 1904.
574
Philippine export bonds. An act to relieve obligors on bonds given to the United States upon the exportation to the Philippine Islands prior to November twentieth, nineteen hundred and one, of articles subject to internal-revenue tax. April 28, 1904.
574
District of Columbia, outstanding checks. An act to provide for the settlement of certain outstanding checks drawn by the disbursing officers of the District of Columbia. April 28, 1904.
574
District of Columbia, Carnegie Institution. An act to incorporate the Carnegie Institution of Washington. April 28, 1904.
575
District of Columbia, extending Wyoming avenue. An act for the extension of Wyoming avenue to Twenty-third street west. April 28, 1904.
577
Hawaii, right of way, Kahauiki. An act to ratify and confirm the present right of way of the Oahu Railway and Land Company through the military reservation of Kahauiki, Territory of Hawaii. April 28, 1904.
579
Klaw and Erlanger. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to cancel a certain bond of Klaw and Erlanger. April 28, 1904.
580
Rifle contests, medals, etc. An act making appropriation for national trophy and medals for rifle contests. April 28, 1904.
580

RESOLUTIONS.

Navy commuted rations. Joint resolution in relation to commuted rations for midshipmen. December 17, 1903.
581
Congressional employees, December salaries. Joint resolution to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House of Representatives their respective salaries for the month of December, one thousand nine hundred and three, on the eighteenth day of said month. December 17, 1903.
581
District of Columbia, overhead wires. Joint resolution authorizing the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to permit the erection of certain poles and overhead wires in connection with the work of eliminating grade crossings in the city of Washington. January 7, 1904.
581
Monument to President Harrison. Joint resolution authorizing the erection and maintenance of a monument in memory of the late President, Benjamin Harrison, upon land owned by the United States in the city of Indianapolis, State of Indiana. January 25, 1904.
582
Smithsonian Institution regents. Joint resolution to fill vacancies in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. January 27, 1904.
582
District of Columbia, ice and snow. Joint resolution to provide for the removal of snow and ice from the streets, cross walks, and gutters of the District of Columbia. February 5, 1904.
582
Porto Rican teachers. Joint resolution for the transportation of Porto Rican teachers to the United States and return. February 12, 1904.
582
Library of Congress reports. Joint resolution providing for the editions to be printed of the annual and special reports of the Librarian of Congress. February 24, 1904.
583
Division of Soils reports. Joint resolution amending public resolution numbered eight, Fifty-sixth Congress, second session, approved February twenty-third, nineteen hundred and one, "providing for the printing annually of the report on field operations of the Division of Soils, Department of Agriculture." March 14, 1904.
583
Creek and Cherokee land expenses. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to use five thousand dollars of the amount appropriated by the act approved February eighteenth, nineteen hundred and four (Public Numbered Twenty-two), for clerical work and labor connected with the sale and leasing of Creek lands and the leasing of Cherokee lands in Indian Territory. March 17, 1904.
583
Horse and cattle reports. Joint resolution authorizing the reprinting of certain documents to be sold by the superintendent of documents. March 28, 1904.
584
Maps of the United States. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to print an extra edition of the map of the United States for nineteen hundred and four, and making the appropriation for maps made in the acts of April seventeenth, nineteen hundred, and of March third, nineteen hundred and one, available for that purpose. March 28, 1904.
584
New Mexico, governor's report. Joint resolution for the printing of five thousand copies, with accompanying maps and illustrations, of the report of the governor of New Mexico to the Secretary of the Interior for the year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three, and the printing of one thousand copies of the latest map of said Territory. March 28, 1904.
585
Ethnology reports. Joint resolution providing that the bulletins of the Bureau of American Ethnology be printed in octavo. March 29, 1904.
585
Volunteer Soldiers' Home reports. Joint resolution providing for the publication of the reports of the Board of Managers and Inspectors of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three. March 31, 1904.
585
Irrigation in Utah. Joint resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of Agricultural Bulletin Numbered One hundred and twenty-four, being a report on irrigation in Utah. April 1, 1904.
585
Military Academy, Alfonso Zelaya. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to receive for instruction at the Military Academy at West Point Alfonso Zelaya, of Nicaragua. April 5, 1904.
586
Fur-seal regulations. Joint resolution requesting the President of the United States to negotiate and, if possible, conclude negotiations with the Government of Great Britain for a review and revision of the rules and regulations which now govern the taking of fur seals in the open waters of the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea, and so forth. April 8, 1904.
586
Interparliamentary Union Congress. Joint resolution to extend the invitation of Congress to the Interparliamentary Union, and making an appropriation for the entertainment of its members. April 9, 1904.
587
Statutes at Large, marginal references. Joint resolution amending the law relating to the printing of the Statutes. April 12, 1904.
587
District of Columbia, highway system. Joint resolution to enlarge the scope of an act entitled "An act to provide a permanent system of highways in that part of the District of Columbia lying outside of cities," approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-three. April 12, 1904.
587
Dam, etc., Bayou Lafourche. Joint resolution providing for the extension of the time for the removal of the temporary dam and construction of locks in Bayou Lafourche, State of Louisiana. April 13, 1904.
588
Duplicate medals. Joint resolution authorizing the issue of duplicate medals where the originals have been lost or destroyed. April 15, 1904.
588
Kosciuszko statue. Joint resolution for the acceptance of a statue of General Thaddeus Kosciuszko, to be presented to the United States by the Polish-American citizens. April 18, 1904.
588
Public lands, refunding, fees. Joint resolution as to the provisions of "An act for the relief of certain settlers on the public lands, and to provide for the payment of certain fees, purchase money, and commission paid on void entries of public lands," approved June sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty. April 18, 1904.
589
Dams, Illinois River. Joint resolution to authorize the lowering of the height of the Government dams in the Illinois River at Kampsville and Lagrange. April 21, 1904.
589
Vermont convention records. Joint resolution authorizing the Librarian of the Library of Congress to deliver to the governor of the State of Vermont a record or records of certain conventions held in Vermont in the years seventeen hundred and seventy-six and seventeen hundred and seventy-seven for the purpose of organizing a State. April 22, 1904.
589
Experiment stations reports. Joint resolution providing for printing annually the Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations, Department of Agriculture. April 27, 1904.
590
Beet-sugar report. Joint resolution providing for the printing of Senate Document Numbered Two hundred and forty, relating to the beet-sugar industry in the United States. April 27, 1904.
590
Minnesota steering wheel donated. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to donate to the Minnesota Historical Society the steering wheel of the former ship Minnesota. April 28, 1904.
591
Washington, accepting bust of. Joint resolution accepting a reproduction of the bust of Washington from certain citizens of the Republic of France, and tendering the thanks of Congress to the donors therefor. April 28, 1904.
591
Irrigation, Colorado River. Joint resolution directing the Secretary of the Interior to institute an investigation relative to the use of the waters of the Colorado River for irrigation, and to report to Congress thereon. April 28, 1904.
591
Immigration laws, powers transferred. Joint resolution amending an act entitled "An act to regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States," approved March third, nineteen hundred and three. April 28, 1904.
591
Army records. Joint resolution providing for the transfer of certain military rolls and records from the Interior and other Departments to the War Department. April 28, 1904.
591
Private property at sea. Joint resolution relating to the exemption of all private property at sea, not contraband of war, from capture or destruction by belligerent powers. April 28, 1904.
592
Volunteer Soldiers' Home, managers. Joint resolution for appointment of members of Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. April 28, 1904.
592
Right of way, Saint Louis Arsenal. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to allow to the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association a right of way through the eastern limits of the arsenal grounds at Saint Louis, Missouri. April 28, 1904.
592
Cattle diseases report. Joint resolution providing for the publication of fifty thousand copies of the Special Report on the Diseases of Cattle. April 28, 1904.
593
Army, credit for Marine Corps service. An act to fix the rank of certain officers in the Army. December 20, 1904.
595
Bridge, Thief River, Minn. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to authorize the building of a bridge across Thief River, in the State of Minnesota. December 21, 1904.
595
Yakinm Indian Reservation, Wash. An act to authorize the sale and disposition of surplus or unallotted lands of the Yakima Indian Reservation, in the State of Washington. December 21, 1904.
595
American National Red Cross. An act to incorporate the American National Red Cross. January 5, 1905.
599
Appropriations, urgent deficiencies. An act making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in certain appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes. January 5, 1905.
602
Dam, Tennessee River. An act to amend an act approved April twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and four, entitled "An act to enable the Secretary of War to permit the erection of a lock and dam in aid of navigation in the Tennessee River near Chattanooga, Tennessee, and for other purposes." January 7, 1905.
603
Bridge, Monongahela River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize Washington and Westmoreland counties, in the State of Pennsylvania, to construct and maintain a bridge across the Monongahela River, in the State of Pennsylvania;" approved February twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three. January 11, 1905.
604
Revenue cutter, N. C. An act for the construction of a steam revenue cutter adapted to service in the waters of Albernarle and Pamlico sounds, North Carolina. January 12, 1905.
604
Bridge, Ouachita River. An act to bflild a bridge across the Ouachita River, Arkansas. January 12, 1905.
604
Alaska, railroad. An act to aid the Western Alaska Construction Company. January 18, 1905.
605
Bridge, Tombigbee River. An act to authorize the county of Itawamba, in the State of Mississippi, to construct a bridge across the Tombigbee River, near the town of Fulton, in the Laid county and State. January 18, 1905.
606
Bridge; Ouachita River. An act to authorize Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, to construct a bridge across the Ouachita River. January 18, 1905.
606
Bridge, Pearl River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the Pearl and Leaf Rivers Railroad Company to bridge Pearl River, in the State of Mississippi." January 18, 1905.
607
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act to authorize the city of Minneapolis, in the State of Minnesota, to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River. January 19, 1905.
607
Bridge, Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a railroad bridge across the Mississippi River at the city of Minneapolis, State of Minnesota, from a point on lot two to a point on lot seven, all in section three, township twenty-nine north, range twenty-four west, of the fourth principal meridian. January 19, 1905.
608
District of Columbia, medical licenses. An act to amend "An act to regulate the practice of medicine and surgery, to license physicians and surgeons, and to punish persons violating the provisions thereof in the District of Columbia," approved June third, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. January 19, 1905.
609
Printing, Congressional bills; etc. An act to amend the act relating to the printing and distribution of public documents, and for other purposes. January 20, 1905.
610
United States courts, circuit judge. An act for an additional circuit judge in the first judicial circuit. January 21, 1905.
611
United States courts, Texas. An act to transfer Fayette County from western to southern judicial district of Texas. January 21, 1905.
612
District of Columbia, Union Trust Company. An act to authorize the Union Trust and Storage Company to change its corporate name. January 21, 1905.
612
Richmond, Va., national cemetery. An act providing for the extension of the national cemetery, on Williamsburg turnpike, near the city of Richmond, Virginia. January 23, 1905.
612
Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk & Co. An act granting to Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk and Company license to make excavations and place footings in the soil of certain land belonging to the United States at Saint Paul, Minnesota. January 23, 1905.
613
Game preserve, Wichita Forest Reserve. An act for the protection of wild animals and birds in the Wichita Forest Reserve. January 24, 1905.
614
Bridge, Red River of the North. An act permitting the building of a railroad bridge across the Red River of the North from a point on section six, township one hundred and fifty-four north, range fifty west, Marshall County, Minnesota, to -a point on section thirty-six, township one hundred and fifty-five north, range fifty-one west, Walsh County, North Dakota. January 24, 1905.
614
Bridge, Sunflower River. An act to authorize the county of Sunflower to construct a bridge across the Sunflower River, Mississippi. January 24, 1905.
615
Alaska, roads, schools, insane. An act to provide for the construction and maintenance of roads, the establishment and maintenance of schools, and the care and support of insane persons in the district of Alaska, and for other purposes. January 27, 1905.
616
Gloucester, N. J., park. An act granting certain property to the county of Gloucester, New Jersey. January 27, 1905.
620
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to extend the time for the completion of a bridge across the Missouri River at Yankton, South Dakota. January 27, 1905.
621
District of Columbia, garbage. An act to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to enter into contract for the -collection and disposal of garbage, ashes, and so forth. January 27, 1905.
621
Bridge, Conecuh River. An act authorizing the Lindsey Lumber Company, a corporation of Escambia County, Alabama; to construct a bridge across Conecuh River at or near the town of Pollard, in said county and State. January 27, 1905.
622
Mutual Investment Fire Insurance Company, D. C. An act to incorporate the Mutual Investment Fire Insurance Company of the District of Columbia. January 28, 1905.
622
Bridge, Sunflower River. An act to authorize the construction of, a bridge across Sunflower River in Sharkey County, Mississippi. January 28, 1905.
625
United.States courts, Missouri. An act to create a new division in the eastern judicial district of the State of Missouri. January 31, 1905.
626
Forest reserves transferred to Agricultural Department. An act providing for the transfer of forest reserves from the Department of the Interior to the Department of Agriculture. February 1, 1905.
628
District of Columbia, Linworth place. An act to change the name of a portion of Thirteen-and-a half street to Linworth Place. February 1, 1905.
628
District of Columbia, highways system. An act to authorize certain changes in the permanent system of highways, District of Columbia. February 1, 1905.
628
Bridge, Tennessee River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Tennessee River in Marion County, Tennessee," approved May twentieth, nineteen hundred and two. February 1, 1905.
629
Port of entry, Norwalk, Conn. An act making Norwalk, Connecticut, a subport of entry. February 2, 1905.
629
Bridge, Red River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across Red River at Shreveport, Louisiana. February 3, 1905.
629
Appropriations, legislative, executive, and judicial. An act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. February 3, 1905.
631
Trustees of Grand Encampment of Knights Templar. An act to incorporate the trustees of the grand encampment of Knights Templar of the United States of America. February 4, 1905.
688
District of Columbia Code, corporations. An act to amend section five hundred and fifty-two of the Code pf Laws for the District of Columbia, relating to incorporation. February 4, 1905.
689
Philippine bonds, lands, silver certificates, etc. An act to amend an act approved July first, nineteen hundred and two, entitled "An act temporarily to provide for the administration of the affairs of civil government in the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes," and to amend an act approved March eighth, nineteen hundred and two, entitled "An act temporarily to provide revenue for the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes," and to amend an act approved March second, nineteen hundred and three, entitled "An act to establish a standard of value and to provide for a coinage system in the Philippine Islands," and to provide for the more efficient administration .of civil government in the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes. February 6, 1905.
689
Philippines, extradition. An act to extend certain provisions of the Revised Statutes of the United States to the Philippine Islands. February 6, 1905.
698
Bridge, Arkansas River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Arkansas River at or near Vanburen, Arkansas. February 6, 1905.
698
Forest reserves and national parks, arrests. An act for the protection of the public forest reserves and national parks of the United States. February 6, 1905.
700
Rosebud Indian Reservation, opening. An act to provide for the extension of time within which homestead settlers may establish their residence upon certain lands which were heretofore a part of the Rosebud Indian Reservation within the limits of Gregory County, South Dakota, and upon certain lands which were heretofore a part of the Devils Lake Indian Reservation, in the State of North Dakota. February 7, 1905.
700
Bridge, Tennessee River. An act to authorize The Decatur Transportation and Manufacturing Company, a corporation, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Tennessee Riven at or near, the city of Decatur, Alabama. February 7, 1905.
700
Yosemite National Park, Cal. An act to exclude from the Yosemite National Park, California, certain lands therein described, and to attach and include the said lands in the Sierra Forest Reserve. February 7, 1905.
702
Bridge, Calumet River. An act authorizing the Kensington and Eastern Railroad Company to construct a bridge across the Calumet River. February 7, 1905.
703
District of Columbia, contractors' bonds. An act in relation to bonds on contracts with the District of Columbia. February 8, 1905.
704
Obscene literature, etc. An act to amend the act of February eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety seven, entitled "An act to prevent the carrying of obscene literature and articles designed for indecent and immoral use from one State or Territory into another State or Territory," so as to prevent the importation and exportation of the same. February 8, 1905.
705
Mobile, Ala., lands. An act to quiet titles to land in the city of Mobile, State of Alabama. February 8, 1905.
705
Reclamation works. An act authorizing the use of earth, stone, and timber on the public lands and forest reserves of the United States in the construction of works under the national irrigation law. February 8, 1905.
706
Round Valley Reservation, Cal., opening. An act to open .to homestead settlement and entry the relinquished and undisposed of portions of the Round Valley Indian Reservation, in the State of California, and for other purposes. February 8, 1905.
706
Agricultural and Mechanical College, Okla. An act to grant certain lands to the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Oklahoma for college farm and experiment station purposes. February 8, 1905.
707
Bridge, Dog River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize W. Denny and Company to bridge Dog River, in the State of Mississippi.” February 8, 1905.
708
Red Lake Reservation, Minn., lands. An act to allow the Minneapolis, Red Lake and Manitoba Railway Company to acquire certain lands in the Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minnesota. February 8, 1905.
708
District of Columbia, plaza buildings. An act to amend an act to regulate the height of buildings in the District of Columbia. February 8, 1905.
709
District of Columbia, special-tax scrip. An act for the relief of holders and owners of certain District of Columbia special-tax scrip. February 8, 1905.
709
Appropriation, fuel for schools, D. C. An act making an appropriation for fuel for the public schools of the District of Columbia. February 8, 1905.
710
District of Columbia, lot, square 990. An act to confirm title to lot five, in square south of square numbered nine hundred and ninety; in Washington, District of Columbia. February 8, 1905.
710
Passenger lists, steamers. An act to amend section nine of the act of August second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, concerning lists of passengers. February 9, 1905.
711
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River between Lyman County and Brule County, in the State of South Dakota. February 9, 1905.
711
Dam, etc., Mississippi River. An act granting to the Keokuk and Hamilton Water Power Company rights to construct and maintain for the improvement of navigation and development of water power a dam across the Mississippi River. February 9, 1905.
712
Reclamation act, lake levels. An act authorizing the changing of the levels of certain lakes and the disposal of certain lands under the terms of the national reclamation act. February 9, 1905.
714
Arkansas, boundary. An act to extend the western boundary Hub of the State of Arkansas. February 10, 1905.
714
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act authorizing the Winnipeg, Yankton and Gulf Railroad Company to construct a combined railroad, wagon, and foot-passenger bridge across the Missouri River at or near the city of Yankton, South Dakota.” February 11, 1905.
715
Grand River, Mo. An act declaring Grand River to be not a navigable stream. February 15, 1905.
715
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to amend sections one, five, and six of an act entitled "An act authorizing the construction of a wagon, toll, and electric-railway bridge over the Missouri River, at Lexington, Missouri," approved April twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and four, extending the provisions thereof to steam-railway cars, locomotives, and other motive power, and extending the time for commencing actual construction of said bridge. February 15, 1905.
715
Appropriation, ice, Potomac River, D. C. An act making an appropriation for clearing the Potomac River of ice. February 15, 1905.
716
Oklahoma, buildings for college. An act to permit the legislative assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma to make appropriations for the erection of buildings for the Agricultural and Mechanical College of said Territory. February 16, 1905.
717
Bridge, Monongahela Rirer. An act to authorize the Leckrone and Little Whiteley Railroad Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Monongahela River. February 16, 1905.
717
Ports of entry, Rouses Point and Malone, N. Y. An act for the establishment of subports of entry at Rouses Point and Malone, New York. February 17, 1905.
718
District of Columbia, conduit, D street. An act for the construction of a private conduit across D street northwest. February 17, 1905.
719
Port of entry, Texas City, Tex. An act making Texas City, Texas, a subport of entry in the customs collection district of Galveston. February 17, 1905.
719
United States courts, Florida. An act to provide for sittings of the circuit and district courts of the southern district of Florida in the city of Fernandina, in said district. February 18, 1905.
719
William L. Patterson, Army. An act authorizing the President to nominate and appoint William L. Patterson a second lieutenant in the United States Army. February 18, 1905.
719
Gasolene automobiles on passenger steamers. An act to amend section forty-four hundred and seventy-two of the Revised Statutes so as to remove certain restrictions upon the transportation by steam vessels of gasolene and other products of petroleum when carried by motor vehicles (commonly known as automobiles) using the same as a source of motive power. February 18, 1905.
720
Bridges, Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai rivers. An act to authorize the Spokane International Railway Company to construct and maintain bridges across the Pend d'Oreille River and the Kootenai River, in the county of Kootenai, State of Idaho. February 18, 1905.
720
Ohio, reservoir lands. An act to grant certain lands to the State of Ohio. February 18, 1905.
721
Bridges, Red, Little, and Ouachita rivers, Bayou Louis. An act authorizing the Alexandria, Bayou Mason and Greenville Railway Company to construct bridges over Red River, Little River, Ouachita River, and Bayou Louis, in Louisiana. February 18, 1905.
722
Dam, etc., Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a dam across the Mississippi River between the village of Sauk Rapids, Benton County, Minnesota, and the city of Saint Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota. February 20, 1905.
723
Trade-marks. An act to authorize the registration of trade-marks used in commerce with foreign nations, or among the several States, or with Indian tribes, and to protect the same. February 20, 1905.
724
Government Insane Hospital, pensioners' money. An act relating to the payment and disposition of pension money due to inmates of the .Government Hospital for the Insane. February 20, 1905.
731
United States assay, unlawful use of. An act to prevent the use of devices calculated to convey the impression that the United States Government certifies to the quality of gold or silver used in the arts. February 21, 1905.
732
District of Columbia, rights of aliens. An act to amend the act entitled "An act to better define and regulate the rights of aliens to hold and own real estate in the Territories," approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven. February 23, 1905.
733
District of Columbia Code, alleys, etc. An act to amend chapter fifty-five of an act entitled "An act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia.” February 23, 1905.
733
District of Columbia, designating county blocks, etc. An act to designate parcels of land in the District of Columbia for the purposes of assessment and taxation, and for other purposes. February 23, 1905.
737
Francis S. Nash, Navy. An act to reinstate Francis S. Nash as a surgeon in the Navy. February 23, 1905.
738
District of Columbia, alley, square 733. An act authorizing the closing of part of an alley in square numbered seven hundred and thirty-three, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. February 23, 1905.
739
District of Columbia, lunacy proceedings. An act to change the lunacy proceedings in the District of Columbia where the Commissioners of said District are the petitioners, and for other purposes. February 23, 1905.
740
District of Columbia, Union Station. An act to amend an act approved February twelfth, nineteen hundred and one, entitled "An act to provide for eliminating certain grade crossings on the line of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, and requiring said company to depress and elevate its tracks, and to enable it to relocate parts of its railroad therein, and for other purposes.” February 23, 1905.
740
District of Columbia, conduit, Seventh street. An act permitting the Washington Market Company to lay a conduit across Seventh street west. February 23, 1905.
741
Pierre Charles L'Enfant, tombstone. An act to mark the grave of Major Pierre Charles L'Enfant. February 23, 1905.
741
District of Columbia, water to charitable institutions, etc. An act authorizing the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to furnish Potomac water without charge to charitable institutions, and so forth, in-the District of Columbia. February 23, 1905.
742
District of Columbia, alley, square 806. An act to close and open an alley in square numbered eight hundred and six in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. February 23, 1905.
742
Life saving on railroads, medals, etc. An act to promote the security of travel upon railroads engaged in interstate commerce, and to encourage the saving of life. February 23, 1905.
743
Omnibus claims act. An act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the Court of Claims, and for other purposes. February 24, 1905.
743
Public works, suits against contractors. An act to amend an act approved August thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, entitled "An act for the protection of persons furnishing materials and labor, for the construction of public works" February 24, 1905.
811
Alabama, cancelled homestead entries. An act for the relief of certain homestead settlers in the State of Alabama. February 24, 1905.
813
Thomas Mason, Revenue-Cutter Service. An act to authorize the promotion of First Lieutenant Thomas Mason, Revenue-Cutter Service. February 25, 1905.
813
Dam, Rainy River. An act relating to a dam across Rainy River. February 25, 1905.
814
Dam, etc., Rio Grande. An act relating to the construction of a dam and reservoir on the Rio Grande, in New Mexico, for the impounding of the flood waters of said river for purposes of irrigation. February 25, 1905.
814
Customs, deputy collector, Manteo, N. C. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint a deputy collector of customs at Manteo, North Carolina. February 25, 1905.
814
Court of Claims, lands in San Francisco. An act referring the claim of Hannah S. Crane and others to the Court of Claims. February 25, 1905.
815
Saint Johns County, Fla., school land. An act making provision for conveying in fee certain public grounds in the city of Saint Augustine, Florida, for school purposes. February 27, 1905.
815
Montana lands. An act confirming the title of the Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company to certain lands in the State of Montana, and for other purposes. February 27, 1905.
816
Twentieth New York Volunteers. An act for the relief of certain enlisted men of the Twentieth Regiment of New York Volunteer Infantry. February 27, 1905.
816
Bridge, Red River. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across Red River at or near Boyce, Louisiana. February 27, 1905.
817
Bridge, Rainy River. An act to extend the time for the construction of a bridge across Rainy River by the International Bridge and Terminal Company. February 28, 1905.
818
Notional banks, directors. An act to amend section fifty-one hundred and forty-six of the Revised Statutes of the United States in relation to the qualifications of directors of national banking associations. February 28, 1905.
818
Nebraska, exchange of lands. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to accept the conveyance from the State of Nebraska of certain described lands and granting to said State other lands in lieu thereof, and for other purposes. February 28, 1905.
819
Life-saving station, Nome, Alaska. An act to establish a life-saving station at Nome, Alaska. March 1, 1905.
819
Richmond, N. V, light-house station band. An act for the conveyance of public lands belonging to the United States, in the State of New York. March 1, 1905.
820
Boundary, South Dakota and Nebraska. An act establishing that portion of the boundary line between the State of South Dakota and the State of Nebraska south of Union County, South Dakota. March 1, 1905.
820
American register "Brooklyn.” An act to provide an American register forthe steamer Brooklyn. March 1, 1905.
821
American register "Pioneer.” An act to provide an American register for the steam lighter Pioneer. March 1, 1905.
821
Purcell, Ind. T., tax ordinance. An act legalizing a certain ordinance of the city of Purcell, Indian Territory. March 1, 1905.
821
District of Columbia, police and firemen's pensions. An act to amend section four of an act entitled "An act relating to the Metropolitan police of the District of Columbia," approved February twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and one. March 1, 1905.
821
Immediate transportation, Gloucester, Mass. An act to make Gloucester, Massachusetts, a port to which merchandise may be imported without appraisement. March 1, 1905.
822
Public lands, receivers. An act for the relief of certain receivers of public moneys, acting as special disbursing agents, in the matter of amounts expended by them for per diem fees and mileage of witnesses in hearings, which amounts have not been credited by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department in the settlement of their accounts. March 2, 1905.
822
District of Columbia, electric railway, highway bridge. An act to amend ail act to provide for eliminating certain grade crossings on the line of the Baltimore and Potomac Railway Company, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, and requiring said company to depress and elevate its tracks, and to enable it to relocate parts of its railroad therein, and for other purposes, approved February twelfth, nineteen hundred and one. March 2, 1905.
823
Postal service, second-class matter. An act to amend section thirteen of chapter three hundred and ninety-four of the supplement to the Revised Statutes of the United States. March 2, 1905.
823
United States courts, Washington. An act to divide Washington into two judicial districts. March 2, 1905.
824
Customs, carriers, etc., bonds. An act to amend section twenty-seven hundred and eighty-seven of the Revised Statutes of the United States. March 2, 1905.
826
Appropriations, Army. An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six. March 2, 1905.
827
United States courts, Louisiana. An act to create a new division of the western judicial district of Louisiana, and to provide for terms of court at Lake Charles, Louisiana, and for other purposes. March 2, 1905.
841
Bridges, Boeuf River and Bayou Macon. An act relating to the Monroe and Lake Providence Railroad Company. March 2, 1905.
842
Alexander G. Pendleton, jr., West Point. An act authorizing the President to reinstate Alexander G. Pendleton, junior, as a cadet in the United States Military Academy. March 2, 1905.
843
Canal Zone, goods and passengers from. An act fixing the status of merchandise coming into the United States from the Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama. March 2, 1905.
843
Buffalo, N. Y., tunnel to Lake Erie. An act to authorize the city of Buffalo, New York, to construct a tunnel under Lake Erie and Niagara River and to erect and maintain an inlet pier therefrom for the purpose of supplying the city of Buffalo with pure water. March 2, 1905.
843
Bridge, Saint Joseph River. An act to authorize the board of supervisors of Berrien County, Michigan, to construct a bridge across the Saint Joseph River near its mouth in said county. March 2, 1905.
843
Bridge, Connecticut River. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the board of commissioners for the Connecticut bridge and highway district to construct a bridge across the Connecticut River at Hartford, in the State of Connecticut.” March 2, 1905.
844
Appropriations, fortifications. An act making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, for the armament thereof, for the procurement of heavy ordnance for trial and service, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
845
Appropriations, pensions. An act making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
848
Appropriations, Military Academy. An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
849
Appropriations, Department of Agriculture. An act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June, thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six. March 3, 1905.
861
Appropriations, District of Columbia. An act making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
883
Appropriations, diplomatic and consular. An act making appropriations for the diplomatic and consular service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six. March 3, 1905.
915
Philippine tariff. An act to revise and amend the tariff laws of the Philippine Islands, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
928
District of Columbia, extending M street. An act for the extension of M street east of Bladensburg road, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
977
Leopold Herbert Schwerin, Navy. An act to authorize the appointment of Acting Assistant Surgeon Leopold Herbert Schwerin, United States Navy, as an assistant surgeon in the United States Navy. March 3, 1905.
980
Gettysburg, Battery E, Fourth Artillery. An act to amend an act authorizing the Secretary of War to cause to be erected monuments and markers on the battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to commemorate the valorous deeds of certain regiments and batteries of the United States Army. March 3, 1905.
980
District of Columbia, Anacostia, etc., Railway Company. An act to authorize the Anacostia, Surrattsville and Brandywine Electric Railway Company to extend its street railway in the District of Columbia. March 3, 1905.
980
Customs, appraisers and assistants. An act to provide for the performance, temporarily, of the duties of appraisers and assistant appraisers of merchandise. March 3, 1905.
983
District of Columbia; public convenience stations. An act for the establishment of public convenience stations in the District of Columbia. March 3, 1905.
984
District of Columbia, telegraph wires. An act regulating the use of telegraph wires in the District of Columbia. March 3, 1905.
984
Reserve militia rifle clubs. An act to promote the efficiency of the reserve militia and to encourage rifle practice among the members thereof. March 3, 1905.
986
Montana, resurvey of township. An act providing for the resurvey of township nineteen north, range six east, Montana meridian, Cascade County, State of Montana. March 3, 1905.
987
United States courts, judge New Jersey district. An act to provide for, an additional judge of the district ccurt of the United States for the district of New Jersey. March 3, 1905.
987
United States courts, Alabama. An act to provide for circuit and district courts of the United States at Selma and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. March 3, 1905.
987
Roseau County, Minn., lands. An act to enable independent school district, numbered twelve, Roseau County, Minnesota, to purchase certain lands. March 3, 1905.
989
Mississippi, etc., reservoir lands. An act to cause certain lands heretofore withdrawn from market for reservoir purposes to be restored to the public domain, subject to entry under the homestead law, with certain restrictions. March 3, 1905.
990
Commissions, Post-Office and Commerce and Labor. An act relative to the commissions of officers who are under the direction and control of the Postmaster-General and the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, respectively. March 3, 1905.
990
Right of way, etc., Oklahoma. An act granting to the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company the power to sell and convey to the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company all the railway property, rights, franchises, and privileges of the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
991
Public lands, transfer before patent. An act to amend section twenty-two hundred and eighty-eight of the Revised Statutes of the United States. March 3, 1905.
991
Kenneth McAlpine, Navy. An act to reinstate Kenneth McAlpine as a lieutenant in the Navy. March 3, 1905.
992
Wyoming, resurvey of townships. An act to authorize the resurvey of certain lands in the State of Wyoming. March 3, 1905.
992
United States courts, Illinois districts. An act providing fc r an additional circuit judge in- the seventh judicial circuit, and for the appointment of an additional judge for the northern district of Illinois and for creating an additional district in the State of Illinois, to be known as the eastern district of Illinois, and for the appointment of a judge and other officers of said district, and for changing the boundaries of the districts in Illinois, and for establishing places for holding court in the several districts thus created. March 3, 1905.
992
Bridge, White River. An act permitting the building of a railway bridge across White River, joining the township of Harrison, in Knox County, State of Indiana, and township of Washington, in Pike County, State of Indiana. March 3, 1905.
997
Arizona, additional judge. An act to provide for an additional associate justice of the supreme court of the Territory of Arizona, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
998
Public building, Natchitoches, La. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to exchange the site for a public building at Natchitoches, Louisiana. March 3, 1905.
999
United States courts, Georgia. An act to provide for circuit and district courts of the United States at Albany, Georgia. March 3, 1905.
999
Copyrights. An act to amend section forty-nine hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes. March 3, 1905.
1000
Bartlett bake park, Minn. An act setting aside a certain island in Bartlett Lake, Minnesota, as a park and forest reserve. March 3, 1905.
1001
District of Columbia, vestibuled street cars. An act for the relief of street-car motormen. March 3, 1905.
1001
District of Columbia, T street extension. An act for the extension of T street, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1001
United States courts, North Carolina. An act to amend chapter. five hundred and eight of the United States Statutes at Large, volume thirty-two, part one, Fifty-seventh Congress, entitled "An act to establish and provide for a clerk for the circuit and district courts of the United States held at Wilmington, North Carolina.” March 3, 1905.
1004
United Sates courts, North Carolina. An act to provide for terms of the United States district and circuit courts at Washington, North Carolina. March 3, 1905.
1004
Dam, Rock River. An act authorizing the construction of a darn across Rock River at Lyndon, Illinois. March 3, 1905.
1004
Homestead commutations, Minn. An act extending the provisions of section twenty-three hundred and one of the Revised Statutes of the United States to homestead settlers on lands in the State of Minnesota ceded under the act of Congress entitled "An act for the relief and civilization of the Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota," approved January fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine. March 3, 1905.
1005
Water rights, Spokane River, Wash. An act providing for the acquirement of water rights in the Spokane River along the southern boundary of the Spokane Indian Reservation, in the State of Washington, for the acquirement of lands on said reservation for sites for power purposes and the beneficial use of said water; and for, other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1006
District of Columbia Code, guardians for nonresidents. An act to amend section eleven hundred and forty-one of the "Act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia," approved March third, nineteen hundred and one, as amended by the act approved June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two. March 3, 1905.
1006
District of Columbia, Nineteenth street extension. An act for the extension of Nineteenth street from Woodley road to Baltimore street. March 3, 1905.
1007
Leprosy,. Hawaii. An act to provide for the investigation of leprosy, with special reference to the care and treatment of lepers in Hawaii. March 3, 1905.
1009
District of Columbia, Kalorama avenue extension. An act to provide for condemning the land necessary for joining Kalorama avenue and Prescott place. March 3, 1905.
1010
District of Columbia Code, benevolent, etc., societies. An act to amend section six hundred and two of an act entitled "An act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia," as amended. March 3, 1905.
1012
Tacoma, Wash., park. An act granting certain lands to the city of Tacoma, in the State of Washington, for use as a public park. March 3, 1905.
1013
Porto Rican duties. An act to extend the time within which actions for the recovery of duties paid in Porto Rico may be brought in the Court of Claims under the act of April twenty ninth, nineteen hundred and two. March 3, 1905.
1013
District of Columbia, square 1131. An act to define the limits of square eleven hundred and thirty one in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. March 3, 1905.
1014
Spokane, Wash., Northern Pacific lands. An act validating certain conveyances of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and the Northern Pacific Railway Company. March 3, 1905.
1014
Public lands, Uintah district, Utah. An act to provide for a land district in Wasatch, Uintah, and Carbon counties in the State of Utah, to be known as the Uintah land district, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1014
Bridge, Big Sandy River. An act authorizing the Louisa and Fort Gay Bridge Company, of Louisa, Kentucky, to erect a bridge across the Tug and Levisa forks of the Big Sandy River. March 3, 1905.
1015
Shoshone Indian Reservation, Wyo., cession. An act to ratify and amend an agreement with the Indians residing on the Shoshone or Wind River Indian Reservation in the State of Wyoming and to make appropriations for carrying the same into effect. March 3, 1905.
1016
Steamboat inspection. An act to amend section forty-four hundred and five of the Revised Statutes of the United States. March 3, 1905.
1022
Steamboat inspection. An act to amend sections forty-four hundred and seventeen, forty-four hundred and fifty-three, forty-four hundred and eighty-eight, and forty-four hundred and ninety-nine of the Revised Statutes relating to the Steamboat-Inspection Service, and section fifty-three hundred and forty-four of the Revised Statutes relating to misconduct by officers or owners of vessels. March 3, 1905.
1023
Steamboat. inspection, inspectors. An act to amend section forty-four hundred and fourteen of the Revised Statutes of the United States. March 3, 1905.
1026
Steamboat inspection. An act to amend sections forty-four hundred and eighteen, forty-four hundred and eighty, and forty-four hundred and eighty-three of the Revised Statutes, and to repeal sections forty-four hundred and thirty-five, forty-four hundred and thirty six, and forty-four hundred and fifty-nine of the Revised Statutes, all relating to the Steamboat-Inspection Service. March 3, 1905.
1027
Steamboat inspection. An act to amend sections forty-four hundred and fifteen, forty-four hundred and sixteen, forty-four hundred and twenty-three, forty-four hundred and twenty-six, forty-four hundred and forty-nine, forty-four hundred and fifty-two, forty-four hundred and seventy forty, forty-four hundred and seventy-two, forty-four hundred and ninety-eight, and -two hundred and thirty-three of the Revised Statutes of the. United States, relating to steamboat inspection. March 3, 1905.
1028
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to extend the time for the commencement and completion of a bridge across the Missouri River at or near Pierre, South Dakota. March 3, 1905.
1032
Reclamation fund, sales, etc. An act to provide for the covering into the reclamation fund certain proceeds of sales of property purchased by the reclamation fund. March 3, 1905.
1032
Klamath Indian Reservation, Oreg., titles. An act to aid in quieting title to certain lands within the Klamath Indian Reservation, in the State of Oregon. March 3, 1905.
1033
District of Columbia Code, explosives, etc. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia.”. March 3, 1905.
1033
Bridge, Coldwater River. An act to authorize the county of Quitman to construct a bridge across Coldwater River, Mississippi. March 3, 1905.
1033
Bridge, Tallahatchie River. An act to authorize. the county of Quitman to construct a bridge across the Tallahatchie River, Mississippi. March 3, 1905.
1034
Bridge, Coldwater River. An act to authorize the county of Quitman to construct a bridge across Coldwater River, Mississippi. March 3, 1905.
1035
Hawaii, officials, etc. An act to amend sections fifty-six, eighty, and eighty-six of "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," approved April thirtieth, nineteen hundred. March 3, 1905.
1035
S. J. Call, Revenue-Cutter Service. An act authorizing the President to appoint S. J. Call surgeon in the Revenue-Cutter Service. March 3, 1905.
1036
District of Columbia, George Washington University. An act supplemental to the act of February ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, incorporating the Columbian College in the District of Columbia, and the acts amendatory thereof. March 3, 1905.
1036
Nebraska, resurveys of townships. An act for the resurvey of certain townships in the counties of Rock and Brown, in the State of Nebraska. March 3, 1905.
1037
District of Columbia, Rittenhouse street extension. An act for the extension of Rittenhouse street, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1038
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize Everett Leftwich, of Williamson, West Virginia, to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River at Nolan, Mingo County, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of vest Virginia and Kentucky. March 3, 1905.
1040
Bridges, Ashley River. An act authorizing the construction of two bridges across the Ashley River, in the counties of Charleston and Dorchester, South Carolina. March 3, 1905.
1041
Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River. An act to authorize the Borderland Coal Company, of Nolan, West Virginia, to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River at a point about two miles east of Nolan, Mingo County, Vest Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. March 3, 1905.
1042
District of Columbia, water and sewer assessments. An act to authorize the levying of certain special assessments. March 3, 1905.
1043
Dam, etc., Mississippi River. An act permitting the building of a dam across the Mississippi River near the village of Bemidji, Beltrami County, Minnesota. March 3, 1905.
1043
American Academy in Rome. An act to incorporate the American Academy in Rome. March 3, 1905.
1044
Reclamation works, Yellowstone River. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct dams across the Yellowstone River in Montana in connection with irrigation works. March 3, 1905.
1045
Bridge, Cumberland River. An act to authorize Trigg County, Kentucky, to bridge the Cumberland River at or near Canton, Trigg County, Kentucky. March 3, 1905.
1046
Jamestown ter-centennial celebration. An act to provide for celebrating the birth of the American nation, the first permanent settlement of English-speaking people on the Western Hemisphere, by the holding of an international naval, marine, and military celebration in the vicinity of Jamestown, on the waters of Hampton Roads, in the State of Virginia; to provide for a suitable and permanent commemoration of said event, and to authorize an appropriation in aid thereof, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1046
Appropriations, Indian Department. An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1048
Appropriations, postal service. An act making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1082
Appropriations, naval service. An act making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1092
Appropriations, rivers and harbors. An act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1117
Appropriations, sundry civil expenses. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1156
Appropriations, deficiencies. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for prior years, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1214
Mississippi swamp land titles. An act to quiet certain land titles in the State of Mississippi. March 3, 1905.
1258
James G. Field, Navy. An act restoring James G. Field, naval surgeon, to the line of promotion. March 3, 1905.
1259
United States courts, criers and bailiffs. An act to fix the compensation of criers and bailiffs in the United States courts. March 3, 1905.
1259
Postal service, bonds. An act to amend section sixty-six of the act of June eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, entitled "An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to the Post-Office, Department." March 3, 1905.
1259
Bridge, Apalachicola River. An act to authorize the Apalachicola and Northern Railway to construct and maintain a bridge across the Apalachicola River and the East Saint Mary River. March 3, 1905.
1260
Bridges, Tombigbee, Alabama, and Black Warrior rivers. An act to authorize the Pensacola, Alabama and Western Railroad Company, a corporation existing under the laws of the State of Florida, to construct a bridge over the Tombigbee River, in the county of Lowndes, in the State of Mississippi, and to construct a bridge over the Alabama River, between the counties of Clarke and Monroe, in the State of Alabama, and to construct a bridge over the Black Warrior River, between the counties of Greene and Marengo, in the State of Alabama. March 3, 1905.
1261
Alaska, school boards. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the construction and maintenance of roads, the establishment and maintenance of schools, and the care and support of insane persons in the district of Alaska, and for other purposes.” March 3, 1905.
1262
Navy, torpedo boats "Stringham" and "Goldsborough.” An act authorizing the Secretary of-the Navy to accept the torpedo boats Stringham and Goldsborough. March 3, 1905.
1263
Creighton Churchill, Navy. An act to transfer Ensign Creighton Churchill from the retired to the active list of the Navy. March 3, 1905.
1263
Navy, midshipmen restored. An act authorizing the appointment of certain midshipmen in the United States Navy. March 3, 1905.
1263
Forest reserve lands. An act prohibiting the selection of timber lands in lieu of lands in forest reserves. March 3, 1905.
1264
Cattle quarantine. An act to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to establish and maintain quarantine districts, to permit and regulate the movement of cattle and other livestock therefrom, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1264
Alaska, secretary's duties, etc. An act to further prescribe the duties of the secretary of the district of Alaska, and for other purposes. March 3, 1905.
1265
Light-house, Diamond Shoal, N. C. An act to amend the act entitled "An act to provide for the construction of a light-house and fog signal at Diamond Shoal, on the coast of North Carolina, at Cape Hatteras," approved April twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and four. March 3, 1905.
1266
Arizona, Gila County bonds. An act to authorize Gila County, Arizona, to issue forty thousand dollars in bonds to build a court-house, and. so forth. March 3, 1905.
1268
Oklahoma, schools, Pawnee County. An act to amend an act to prohibit the passage of special or local laws in the Territories, to limit Territorial indebtedness, and to legalize the indebtedness of school district numbered one, in Pawnee County, Oklahoma Territory. March 3, 1905.
1269
Insect pests. An act to prohibit importation or interstate transportation of insect pests, and the use of the United States mails for that purpose. March 3, 1905.
1269
Kennebec Arsenal, Me. An act authorizing the Secretary of War to convey the Kennebec Arsenal property, situated in Augusta, Maine, to the State of :Maine for public purposes. March 3, 1905.
1270
Bridge, Ouachita River. An act to authorize the county of Ouachita to construct a bridge across the Ouachita River, Arkansas. March 3, 1905.
1271
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to authorize the Missouri Central Railroad Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Missouri River, near the city of Saint Charles, in t he State of Missouri. March 3, 1905.
1272
Bridge, Missouri River. An act to authorize the Missouri Central Railroad Company to construct and maintain a bridge across the Missouri River near the city of Glasgow, in the State of Missouri. March 3, 1905.
1273

RESOLUTIONS.

Congressional employees, December salaries. Joint resolution to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House of Representatives their respective salaries for the month of December, nineteen hundred and four, on the twentieth day of said month. December 17, 1904.
1275
District of Columbia, railway exhibition. Joint resolution granting the temporary occupancy of a part of the Government reservation in Washington, District of Columbia, for the American Railway Appliance Exhibition. January 12, 1905.
1275
Inaugural ceremonies. Joint resolution authorizing the granting of permits to the committee on inaugural ceremonies on the occasion of the inauguration of the President-elect on March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, and so forth. January 17, 1905.
1276
Luis Bográn H., West Point. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to receive, for instruction at the Military Academy at West Point, Luis Bográn H., of Honduras. January 18, 1905.
1279
Frutos Tomás Plaza, West Point. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to receive, for instruction at the Military Academy at West Point, Frutos Tomás Plaza, of Ecuador. January 18, 1905.
1279
James B. Angell, regent, Smithsonian Institution. Joint resolution providing for the reappointment of James B. Angell on the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. January 23, 1905.
1279
Gettysburg Park Commission reports. Joint resolution to provide for the printing of eight thousand copies of the consolidated reports of the Gettysburg National Park Commission, eighteen hundred and ninety-three to nineteen hundred and four, inclusive. January 27, 1905.
1279
Appropriation, snow and ice, D. C. Joint resolution to provide for the removal of snow and ice from the cross walks and gutters of the District of Columbia. January 28, 1905.
1280
Appropriation, inaugural expenses. Joint resolution to enable the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay the necessary expenses of the inaugural ceremonies of the President of the United States, March fourth, nineteen hundred and five. January 31, 1905.
1280
Appropriation, Swayne impeachment. Joint resolution providing for the payment of the expenses of the Senate in the impeachment trial of Charles Swayne. January 31, 1905.
1280
River and harbor compilation. Joint resolution for the printing of a compilation of the laws of the United States relating to the improvement of rivers and harbors.” February 1, 1905.
1280
Inaugural, temporary use of houses, etc. Joint resolution authorizing temporary use of certain vacant houses in square six hundred and eighty-six in the city of Washington, and for other purposes. February 3, 1905.
1281
National cemetery lands, Chattanooga, Tenn. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to transfer to the militia cavalry organization, at Chattanooga, Tennessee, a certain unused portion of the national cemetery reservation at Chattanooga, Tennessee. February 3, 1905.
1281
Condemned cannon, Minnesota University. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish a condemned cannon to the board of regents of the University of Minnesota, at Minneapolis, Minnesota, to be placed on campus as a memorial to students of said university who served in Spanish war. February 6, 1905.
1282
Census statistics, cotton, divorce, etc. Joint resolution authorizing and directing the Director of the Census to collect and publish additional statistics. February 9, 1905.
1282
Condemned cannon, Saint Paul, Minn. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish a condemned cannon to the armory at Saint Paul, Minnesota, to construct a memorial tablet. February 15, 1905.
1282
Edwin P. Hammond, manager Volunteer Soldiers' Home. Joint resolution for appointment of a member of Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. February 15, 1905.
1283
District of Columbia, highway bridge. Joint resolution providing for an extension of time for completing the highway bridge and approaches across the Potomac River at Washington, District of Columbia. February 18, 1905.
1283
Appropriation, snow and ice D. C. Joint resolution to provide for the removal of snow and ice from the cross walks and gutters of the District of Columbia. February 20, 1905.
1283