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DIRECTION OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
PASSED AT THE
SECOND SESSION OF THE FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS.
THE PUBLIC ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS
CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME,
ACTS OF THE FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Page Military Academy graduates. An act for the relief of graduates of the United States Military Academy, and to fix their pay. December 20, 1886..
351 Vice-Admiral 8. C. Rowan, Rear-Admiral John L. Worden. An act for the retirement of certain officers of the Navy of the United States. December 20, 1886
351 San Francisco, Cal., lands to. An act
to relinquish the interest of the United States in certain lands to the city and county of San Francisco and their grantees. December 20, 1886
351 Twelfth Michigan Infantry. An act for the relief of certain soldiers of the the Twelfth Michigan
Volunteer Infantry dishonorably discharged under special orders ninety-two, War Department, Adjutant-General's Office, dated March first, eighteen bundred and sixty-six. December 20, 1896....
352 William P. Chambli88. An act for the relief of William P. Chambliss. December 21, 1386..
352 Urgent deficiency appropriations. An act making an appropriation to supply a deficiency in the ap
propriation for public printing and binding for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and for other purposes. December 22, 1886 ..
353 Petty officers' pensions, Navy. An act amending sections forty-seven hundred and fifty-six and forty,
seven hundred and fifty-seven of the Revised Statutes, relating to pensions to certain disabled persons who have served in the Navy or Marine Corps. December 23, 1886.....
353 Public building, Springfield, Ma88. An act providing for the erection of a public building at Springfield, Massachusetts. January 3, 1887
354 Duluth, Minn., inspectors of hulls and boilers. An act to amend section four thousand four hundred
and fourteen of the Revised Statutes, relating to inspectors of hulls and boilers. January 3, 1887..
354 Postal notes. An act to amend the act entitled "An act to modify the postal money-order system,
and for other purposes”, approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three. `January 3, 1887,
354 Free delivery extended. An act to extend the free-delivery system of the Post-Office Department, and
for other purposes. January 3, 1887...
Louis River at the most accessible point between the States of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
356 Myron E. Dunlap. For the relief of Myron E. Dunlap: January 3, 1887
358 Sitka, Alaska, claims. An act referring to the Court of Claims for adjudication the claims of John H. Kinkead, Samuel Sussman, and Charles 0. Wood, January 17, 1887.
358 Cincinnati post-office. An act for the relief of the Greensburgh Limestone Company and others. January 17, 1887
359 Public building, Eastport, Me. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to sell and convey
the United States custom-house and post-office property at Eastport, in the State of Maine,
for and to provide for the erection of a new public building at that place. January 17, 1887. 360 Albion S. Keith. An act for the relief of Albion S. Keith. January 17, 1887..
360 Bonds of executors, District of Columbia. An act to amend the law relating to the bonds of executors in the District of Columbia. January 17, 1887.