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REGISTERS, continued.

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Fee in pre-emption cases, (sec. 12, No. 48,)

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for locating Warrants, (Nos. 190, 282,)

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REGISTERS AND RECEIVERS,
To be appointed in Oregon, (Nos. 218, 244,)

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To pay surplus fees on locations of warrants into the treasury, (No. 220,)
To be appointed for California, (No. 224,)

Washington Territory, (No. 244,)

Kansas and Nebraska, (No. 245,)
Compensation of, under the Graduation Act, (No. 277,)

Act regulating compensation of, (No. 348,)
RELATIVES OF SOLDIERS, who considered under bounty land Act of Feb-

ruary 11, 1847, (No. 138,)
REPAYMENT,
Of purchase money authorized, (No. 17,)
Amended, (No. 355,)

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RESERVATION,

Of certain lands in Louisiana for live oak, set aside, (No. 70,)
Of lands in California, Utah or New Mexico, for Indians, authorized,

(No. 221,)
In 'Alabama for timber to be sold, (No. 228,)
Indian, in California, may be enlarged, (No. 280,)
Lake Pepin, to be surveyed, (No. 243,)

graduation law not to interfere with, (No. 280,j

pre-emption rights on, granted, (No. 330,)
Sale of christian Indian, confirmed, (No. 338,)

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Intruders may be removed from Indian, (No. 343)
RESERVED LANDS,

Not subject to pre-emption, (sec. 10, No. 48,)
Along railroads, and for French and Spanish claims, may be pre-empted,

(No. 222,).
REVENUE, no difference in moneys, &c., (No. 34,)
REVERTED LANDS, how sold, (Nos. 7, 12,)
RIGHT OF WAY,
Granted through all public lands, to plank roads and turnpikes, (No. 206,) 189

same extended, (No. 278,)
RIO HONDO CLAIMS, certain laws in regard to, revived, (No. 250,) .
RIVERS,
Navigable, deemed public highways, (No. 1,)

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not navigable, stream and bed of, to be common to riparian proprietors,
(No. 1,)

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SOCHS AND FOX INDIAN RESERVATION,

To be surveyed, (No. 73,)

Former law in regard to, repealed, (No. 82,)
SALARIES of the Commissioner and others, (No. 32,)
SALES OF PUBLIC LANDS,

Credit abolished, (No. 12,)
How made, (Nos. 2, 5, 12,)

No. 24, in part repealed, (Nos. 27, 104,)
How advertised, (No. 29,)
Confirmed in certain cases, (Nos. 31, 62,)
Proceeds of, appropriated to States, (No. 48,)

Public, how made, (No. 12,)
SALT SPRING LANDS,

Reserved, (No. 1,)
Granted to Iowa, (Nos. 183, 194,)

Wisconsin, (Nos. 113, 191, 259,)

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SALT SPRING LANDS, continued.

Michigan, Illinois and Arkansas, authorized to sell, (No. 130,)
In Indiana may be sold, (No. 201,)

In Michigan confirmed, (No. 207,)
SAULT STE. MARIE CLAIMS, in Michigan, how settled, (No. 79,)
SCHOOL LANDS,

Reserved, (No. 18,)
Settlers on, under Act of 1840, may select other lands, (No. 40,)
In Arkansas, Illinois, Louisiana and Tennessee, may be sold, &c., (No. 68,)
Unsurveyed, settlers on may enter other land, (No. 72,)
In Florida, Iowa and Wisconsin, to be selected, (No. 83,)
In Alabama, the Governor may select other land in lieu of Chickasaw land
disposed of by treaty, (No. 97,)

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In Florida, granted to State, (No. 102,)

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In Iowa, granted to State, (Nos. 103, 162,)

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In Arkansas, 72 sections to be selected for, (No. 108,)
In Wisconsin, granted, (sec. 7, No. 113,)
In Mississippi may be sold, (No. 192,)
In Oregon when donated, other land may be selected, (No. 212,)
In Alabama, internal improvement lands may be applied to school purposes,

(No. 153,)
In Oregon, sections 16 and 36, reserved, (Nos. 154, 351,)

143, 304
In Alabama, time for selections extended, (Nos. 131, 161,)

131, 147
In Minnesota reserved, (Nos. 169, 305,)

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In New Mexico reserved, (No. 175,)

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In Utah reserved, (Nos. 177, 267,)

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In Oregon and Minnesota, under the control of the Territorial legislatures,
(No. 186,).

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In Washington Territory, reserved, (No. 219,)
In Minnesota, how deficiency of grant supplied, (No. 226,)
A certain township in Alabama may be selected, (No. 238,)
In Nebraska, reserved, (sec. 16, No. 239,)
In Alabama may be selected in lieu of 16th sections in the "twelve mile

reservation,” (No. 240,)
In New Mexico, Kansas, and Nebraska, (No. 245,)
Settlers on, in Nebraska, Kansas and Minnesota, may pre-empt, (No. 320,) 285
In Oregon, granted, (No. 351,)
Settlers may pre-empt, and other lands to be selected, (No. 353,) ) :
Fund in Sarpy county, Nebraska, protected, (No. 354,)

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May be selected in Wabash county, Indiana, (No. 359,)
SCRIP. (See VIRGINIA MILITARY LAND WARRANTS.)
To be issued in lieu of Virginia Military Warrants, (No. 211,)

to Sioux half-breeds for Lake Pepin reserve, (No. 243,)
SECRETARY, to sign land patents, to be appointed, (Nos. 26, 133,)
SECTIONS,

To contain 640 acres, (No. 1,)
How divided, (Nos. 9, 12,)

16 and 36 to be reserved for schools, (No. 18,)
SELECTIONS,
For internal improvements, how made, (No. 48,)
how made in Arkansas, Missouri and Illinois

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SEMINARY, land granted for, in Florida, (No. 102,)

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SETTLERS,

Entitled to pre-emption rights, (sec. 10, No. 48,)
On unsurveyed school lands, or on private claims, may enter other land,

(No. 72,)
Before survey entitled to pre-emption, (No. 72,)
In Oregon entitled to donations, (No. 181,)

May purchase lands at the graduated prices, (No. 251,)
SOLICITOR OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE, office abolished, (No. 80,)
STATES, lands certified to, to be vested in, in fee, (No. 249,)
ST. AUGUSTINE DISTRICT, Florida, certain entries in, confirmed (No. 88,) 97

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STOCKBRIDGE INDIANS, reservation in Wisconsin to be divided among,
(No. 76,)
Act for relief of, (No. 76,)

Repealed, (No. 112,)
Indian land to be held in common, and citizen land divided, (No. 112,)
SURVEYOR-GENERAL,

Northwest of Obio river to be appointed, duties, &c., (Nos. 1, 3,)
Same to be protected, (No. 21,)
Office of

, to be discontinued when surveys are completed, (No. 42,)
Oregon to be appointed, (Nos. 181, 218,)

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Compensation equalized, and deputies required to be sworn, (No. 118,)
Office of, to be abolished when the surveys are completed, (No. 42,)

when abolished, duties devolved on the Commissioner providing for

records, &c., (No. 214,)
Of California, duties of, (No. 224,)

same amended, (No. 244,)
Of Oregon to have a seal, (No. 224,)
Of Washington Territory to be appointed, (No. 244,)
Of New Mexico, Kansas and Nebraska, to be appointed, (No. 245,)
Of Northwest Ohio, office to be removed to St. Paul, Minnesota, (No. 316,) 283

Of California to collect and keep certain public archives, (No. 328,)
SURVEYS, how made, (Nos. 1, 3,)

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Not to be hindered, (No. 21,)
Of certain claims in Mississippi confirmed, (Nos. 100, 151,)

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In Oregon, how made, (No. 181,)
On rivers, how made, (No. 15,)
Of Socbs and Fox reservation, (No. 73,)
Geological, in Michigan provided for, (No. 127,)

In Wisconsin provided for, (No. 129,)
Of keys, islands, &c., in Florida, provided for, (No. 144,)
SUSPENDED LAND ENTRIES,

How adjusted, (No. 110,)
Same extended, (No. 148,)

continued, (No. 227,)
Act of 1846, revived and continued, (No. 294,)

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SWAMP LANDS,
Granted to Louisiana, (No. 166,)

Arkansas and other States, (No. 182,)
Patents to issue to purchasers of, (No. 245,)
Act for relief of purchasers of, (No. 275,)
Selected, confirmed to the State, (No. 319,)

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TAXES,

States admitted prior to 1820, may impose on lands from and after day of

sale, (No. 125,)

Missouri may impose on lands from day of sale, (No. 197,)
TENNESSEE,

Surrender of title to certain lands to, and release of proceeds of certain

sales, (No. 115,)
To dispose of certain United States lands, (No. 44,)

To sell school lands, (No. 68,)
TEXAS,

Boundary proposed to be established, (No. 175,)

(See Appendix, No. 337],)
TIMBER, act to protect on reserved lands, (See Appendix, No. 360.),)
TITLE, in fee to vest in States to lands granted, (No. 249,)
TOWNSHIPS of six miles square to be formed, (sec. 2, No. 1,)
TOWN LANDS in, not subject to private pre-emption claim, (sec. 10, Nos.
33, 48,)

Detroit, title to, adjusted, (No. 65,)
Upper Sandusky, Ohio, how disposed of, (No. 74,)

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TOWNS, act for relief of citizens of, (No. 79,)
TREASURER'S certificates of deposits to be received in payment for public

lands, (No. 93,)
TRESPASSERS on public lands, removal of, (No. 4,)

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UTAH TERRITORY,

Established, (No. 177,)
Surveyor-General to be appointed and school and university lands

reserved, (No. 267,)
UNIVERSITY,
Lands for, granted in Iowa, (No. 103,)

Wisconsin, (sec. 7, No. 113,)
Minnesota, (Nos. 186, 305,)

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deficiency in Indiana to be supplied, (No. 198,)

granted in California, (No. 224,)
May select other lands for university, (No. 231,)
Lands granted in Utah, (No. 267,)
Oregon, (Nos. 181, 244, 351,)

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VACANCY IN LAND OFFICES not to operate to the detriment of pre-emption

claimants, (No. 72,)
VINCENNES, INDIANA,
Land Office continued, (Nos. 265, 346,)

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and certain titles adjusted, (No. 303,)

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deeds to be returned, (No. 322,)

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as to certain lots, (see Appendix, No. 289},)

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VIRGINIA MILITARY WARRANTS,
Act extending time of locating repealed, (No. 35,)

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Acts extending time of locating, (Nos. 47, 107, 146, 172,): 59, 111, 139,
Scrip to be issued in lieu of, (No. 211,)
Time extended to have claims in Ohio surveyed, (No. 260,)

repealed, (No. 281,)
Two years allowed certain claimants to return surveys and warrants,

(No. 281,)

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WARRANTS, (See VIRGINIA MILITARY WARRANTS.)
Land, to be issued for military services, (No. 8,)

Act 1850, (No. 183,)

issued to soldiers of 1812, to be satisfied, (Nos. 55, 143, 230, 70, 137, 212
Granted to Gen. Lafayette may be re-located, (No. 98,)
To be issued to soldiers of Mexican War, (No. 126,)

this Act explained, (No. 138,)
Holders of, to pay location fees, (No. 137,)
May be located by soldiers on public lands subject to private entry,

(No. 155,).
In applications for, what evidence allowed, (No. 156,)
Made assignable, (No. 190,)
Registers and Receivers to pay surplus fees for location of, into the Trea-
sury, (No. 220,)

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May be located at $1 25 per acre on lands reserved for railroads, (No. 222,) 204
Erroneous location of, by settlers, how corrected, (No. 225,)

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Widows to have benefit of laws providing for, (Nos. 256, 282,)

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WARRANTS, continued.

To be issued to extent of one hundred and sixty acres to each soldier, (Act,
1855,) (No. 282,)

Amended, (No. 287,)
To soldiers of Bailey's battalion in Black Hawk war, (No. 318,)
Title to, declared in certain cases, (No. 335
Under Act of 1855, made assignable, (No. 335,)
Lands located with, put up at competition sale confirmed, (No. 336,)

Forgery or counterfeiting, how punished, (No. 349)
WABASH AND ERIE CANAL,
Certain lands confirmed, (Nos. 45, 66,)

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Lands granted Indiana to extend, (No. 99,)

Indiana may select other lands for, (No. 136,)
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,

Established, (No. 219,)
Improvements on Indian reservations in, may be paid for, (No. 306,) 276

Land laws extended east of Cascade Mountains, (No. 333,)
WESTERN MISSION, town authorities allowed twelve months to enter the
town lands, (No. 79,)

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WISCONSIN,

Settlers on mineral lands in, who were refused the right of entry under
Act of 1834, may enter other lands, (No. 60,)

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Certain school selections authorized, (No. 83,)
Lead ore lands in, may be sold, (No. 105,)
Enabling Act, providing for admission of, (No. 113,)
Land granted to, for improvement of Fox and Wisconsin rivers, (Nos. 120,
248, 285,)

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Sale of odd numbered sections confirmed, (No. 165,)
To be admitted into the Union, (Nos. 128, 139,)

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Chippewa land district in, created, (No. 129,)
Land office in Chippewa district changed to Stillwater, and Western district

established, (Nos. 164, 170,)
Boundary between Iowa and, to be run, (No. 170,)
Price of certain mineral lands reduced, (No. 180,)".
Time for selecting saline lands in, extended, (No. 191,)
Settlers on Menomonee purchase granted pre-emption rights, (No. 195,) ).
Salt lands relinquished to, (No. 259,)
Title to Chippewa Indian lands to be extinguished, (No. 261,)
Fond-du-Lac district established, (No. 268,)
Lands granted for railroad, from Madison, &c., (No. 292,)
Title to lots in Prairie-du-Chien confirmed, (No. 300,)

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Chippewa land district established, (No. 307,)

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Lands erroneously selected by, for internal improvements, may be pre-

Sale of lands selected for improvement of Fox and Wisconsin river, con-
WOLF ISLAND IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, United States disclaims title

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WYANDOTT INDIAN LANDS IN OHIO AND MICHIGAN to be surveyed,
(Nos. 74, 200,)

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