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Statutes at Large Volume 38 (1913-1915) Table of Contents

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Volume 38:
Public Law Topic Title Stat. citation
  Pub. Law 63-1Appropriations for legislative, etc., expenses, 1913 AN ACT Making appropriations for certain expenses incident to the first session of the Sixty-third Congress, and for other purposes. May 1, 1913 1 38 Stat. 1
  Pub. Law 63-2Panama California Exposition AN ACT Providing certain legislation for the Panama California Exposition to be held in San Diego, California, during the year nineteen hundred and fifteen. May 22 1913 3 38 Stat. 3
  Pub. Law 63-3Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other purposes. June 23, 1913 4 38 Stat. 4
  Pub. Law 63-4Appropriations, Indian Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the. current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen. June 30, 1913 77 38 Stat. 77
  Pub. Law 63-5Naval Academy, midshipmen AN ACT Providing for an increase in the number of midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy after-June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen. July 9, 1913 103 38 Stat. 103
  Pub. Law 63-6Arbitration of controversies with railway employees AN ACT Providing for mediation, conciliation, and arbitration in controversies between certain employers and their employees. July 15, 1913 103 38 Stat. 103
  Pub. Law 63-7Public building, Newark, N. J. AN ACT To amend section nineteen of an Act entitled "An Act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings; to authorize the enlargement, extension, remodeling, or improvement of certain public-buildings; to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings; to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, and for other purposes," approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen. August 11, 1913 109 38 Stat. 109
  Pub. Law 63-8Bridge, Okanagan River AN ACT To authorize the board of county commissioners of Okanogan County, Washington, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Okanogan River at or near the town of Malott. August 28, 1913 110 38 Stat. 110
  Pub. Law 63-9International Alcoholism Congress AN ACT To provide for representation of the United States in the Fourteenth International Congress on Alcoholism, and for other purposes. August 29, 1913 110 38 Stat. 110
  Pub. Law 63-10Spain, ambassador AN ACT Authorizing the appointment of an ambassador to Spain. September 4, 1913 110 38 Stat. 110
  Pub. Law 63-11Bridge, Sabine River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Sabine River at Orange, Texas. September 6, 1913 111 38 Stat. 111
  Pub. Law 63-12Right of way, Colville Indian Reservation AN ACT To provide for the acquiring of station grounds by the Great Northern Railway,Company in the Colville Indian Reservation in the State of Washington. September 17, 1913 111 38 Stat. 111
  Pub. Law 63-13Immediate transportation, Dallas, Tex. AN ACT Extending, to the port of Dallas, Texas, the privileges of section seven of the Act approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, governing the immediate transportation of dutiable merchandise without appraisement. September 18, 1913 112 38 Stat. 112
  Pub. Law 63-14Panama-Pacific Exposition AN ACT Providing for the free importation of articles intended for foreign buildings and exhibits at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and for the protection of foreign exhibitors. September 18, 1913 112 38 Stat. 112
  Pub. Law 63-15Public lands, restoring to entry AN ACT To authorize the President to provide a method for opening lands restored from reservation or withdrawal, and for other purposes. September 30, 1913. 113 38 Stat. 113
  Pub. Law 63-16Tariff of 1913 AN ACT To reduce tariff duties and to provide revenue for the Government, and for other purposes. October 3, 1913 114 38 Stat. 114
  Pub. Law 63-17United States courts, Arizona AN ACT To fix the times and places of holding district court for the district of Arizona. October 3, 1913 203 38 Stat. 203
  Pub. Law 63-18United States courts, second circuit AN ACT To amend chapter one, section eighteen, of the Judicial Page. Code. October 3, 1913 203 38 Stat. 203
  Pub. Law 63-19Public lands, Elko, Nev., district AN ACT To create an additional land district in the State of Nevada. October 3, 1913 203 38 Stat. 203
  Pub. Law 63-20Immediate transportation, Perth Amboy, N. J. AN ACT Extending to the port of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, the privileges of section seven of the Act approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, governing the immediate transportation of dutiable merchandise without appraisement. October 3, 1913 204 38 Stat. 204
  Pub. Law 63-21Bridge, Red Lake River AN ACT To extend the time for constructing a bridge across the Red Lake River in township one hundred and fifty-three north, range forty west, in Red Lake County, Minnesota. October 6, 1913 204 38 Stat. 204
  Pub. Law 63-22Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To authorize the county of Aitkin, Minnesota, to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River in Aitkin County, Minnesota. October 6, 1913 205 38 Stat. 205
  Pub. Law 63-23Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River AN ACT To authorize Robert W. Buskirk, of Matewan, West Virginia, to bridge the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River at Matewan, Mingo County, West Virginia, where the same forms the boundary line between the States of West Virginia and Kentucky. October 6, 1913 205 38 Stat. 205
  Pub. Law 63-24Bridge, Monongahela River AN ACT To authorize the city of Fairmont to construct and operate a bridge across the Monongahela River at or near the city of Fairmont, in the State of West Virginia. October 6, 1913 205 38 Stat. 205
  Pub. Law 63-25Bridge, Tennessee River AN ACT To authorize the county of Hamilton, in the State of Tennessee, to construct a bridge across the Tennessee River at Chattanooga, in the State of Tennessee. October 6, 1913 206 38 Stat. 206
  Pub. Law 63-26Bridge, Little River AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Little River, at or near Lepanto, Arkansas. October 6, 1913 206 38 Stat. 206
  Pub. Law 63-27Bridge, Black River AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across Black River at or near the section line between sections eight and nine, in township twenty north, range five east, being a short distance south and east of the town of Corning, Clay County, Arkansas. October 6, 1913 206 38 Stat. 206
  Pub. Law 63-28Bridge, Beaufort River AN ACT Authorizing Beaufort and Saint Helena Townships, Beaufort County, South Carolina, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across Beaufort River, in Beaufort County, South Carolina. October 6, 1913 207 38 Stat. 207
  Pub. Law 63-29Public building, Beloit, Kans AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post-office building at Beloit, Kansas. October 6, 1913 207 38 Stat. 207
  Pub. Law 63-30Public building, Augusta, Ga. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the public building at Augusta, Georgia. October 6, 1913 207 38 Stat. 207
  Pub. Law 63-31Bridge, White River AN ACT Authorizing the construction of a bridge across White River at Newport, Arkansas. October 7, 1913 207 38 Stat. 207
  Pub. Law 63-32Appropriations, urgent deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen, and for other purposes. October 22, 1913 208 38 Stat. 208
  Pub. Law 63-33Mill Slough, Oreg. AN ACT Granting permission to the city of Marshfield, Oregon, to close Mill Slough, in said city. October 23, 1913 233 38 Stat. 233
  Pub. Law 63-34Heirs of Indian allottees AN ACT To enable the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to employ additional clerks on heirship work in the Indian Office. October 24, 1913 234 38 Stat. 234
  Pub. Law 63-35Desert-land entries, Washington AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to grant further extensions of time within which to comply with the law and make proof on desert-land entries in the counties of Grant and Franklin, State of Washington. October 30, 1913 234 38 Stat. 234
  Pub. Law 63-36Bridge, Snake River AN ACT To authorize the conveyance of the steel bridge over the Snake River, between Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkston, Washington, to the States of Idaho and Washington or local subdivisions thereof. November 27, 1913 234 38 Stat. 234
  Pub. Law 63-37Bridge, Wabash River AN ACT To authorize the county of Miami, Indiana, to construct a bridge across the Wabash River in Miami County, Indiana. November 27, 1913 235 38 Stat. 235
  Pub. Law 63-38Alaska, raining assessments AN ACT To amend section twenty-three hundred and twenty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States relating to mining claims. December 1, 1913 235 38 Stat. 235
     Pub. Res 63-1Jefferson Memorial exercises JOINT RESOLUTION Making an appropriation for defraying the expenses of the committees of the Senate and House of Representatives authorized to attend and represent the Senate and House at the unveiling and dedication of the memorial to Thomas Jefferson, at St. Louis, Missouri. April 25, 1913 236 38 Stat. 236
     Pub. Res 63-2Appropriations, postal deficiencies JOINT RESOLUTION Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in certain appropriations for the postal service for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen. May 21, 1913 236 38 Stat. 236
     Pub. Res 63-3International Conference on Education JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to accept an invitation to participate in the International Conference on Education. May 22, 1913 236 38 Stat. 236
     Pub. Res 63-4Battle of Gettysburg celebration JOINT RESOLUTION Appropriating $4,000 to defray traveling expenses of soldiers of the Civil War, now residing in the District of Columbia, from Washington, District of Columbia, to Gettysburg Pennsylvania, and return. June 27, 1913 237 38 Stat. 237
     Pub. Res 63-5Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Brunswick, Ga. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan certain tents for the use of the Confederate Veterans' Reunion, to be held at Brunswick, Georgia, in July, nineteen hundred and thirteen. July 10, 1913 237 38 Stat. 237
     Pub. Res 63-6Appropriations, Pages, Senate and house JOINT RESOLUTION Making appropriations for certain expense incident to the first session of the Sixty-third Congress. August 12, 1913 238 38 Stat. 238
     Pub. Res 63-7Indian Affairs Commission, advances JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives to advance to the chairman of the Commission appointed under the Act approved June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, such sums of money as maybe necessary for the carrying on of the Commission, and so forth. September 11, 1913 238 38 Stat. 238
     Pub. Res 63-8Mexican disturbances JOINT RESOLUTION To provide for the relief and transportation of destitute American citizens in Mexico. September 16, 1913 238 38 Stat. 238
     Pub. Res 63-9National Corn Exposition, Dallas, Tex. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to make an exhibit at the Sixth National Corn Exposition, to be held at Dallas, Texas, during the month of February, nineteen hundred and fourteen. October 16, 1913 239 38 Stat. 239
     Pub. Res 63-10World's Purity Federation Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to appoint delegates to attend the Seventh International Congress of the World's Purity Federation, to be held in the city of Minneapolis, State of Minnesota, November seventh to twelfth, nineteen hundred and thirteen. October 22, 239 38 Stat. 239
     Pub. Res 63-11Congress Mall Celebration JOINT RESOLUTION For the appointment of a joint committee from House and Senate to attend Congress Hall celebration in Philadelphia in October, nineteen hundred and thirteen. October 22, 1913 239 38 Stat. 239
     Pub. Res 63-12House Office Building, furnishing JOINT RESOLUTION To provide for Tarnishing the additional rooms in the House Office Building. October 24, 1913 240 38 Stat. 240
     Pub. Res 63-13Alaska storm sufferers JOINT RESOLUTION To relieve destitution among the native people and residents of Alaska. November 15, 1913 240 38 Stat. 240
  Pub. Law 63-39Ministers to Paraguay and Uruguay AN ACT Authorizing the appointment of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to each Paraguay and Uruguay. December 6, 1913 241 38 Stat. 241
  Pub. Law 63-40Marine Corps, Commandant AN ACT To make the tenure of the office of the major general commandant of the Marine Corps for a term of four years. December 19, 1913 241 38 Stat. 241
  Pub. Law 63-41San Francisco, Cal., water supply AN ACT Granting to the city and county of San Francisco certain rights of way in, over, and through certain public lands, the Yosemite National Park, and Stanislaus National Forest, and certain lands in the Yosemite National Park, the Stanislaus National Forest, and the public lands in the State of California, and for other purposes. December 19, 1913 242 38 Stat. 242
  Pub. Law 63-42Bureau of Mines building, Pittsburgh, Pa. AN ACT Amending an Act entitled "An Act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the enlargement; extension remodeling, or improvement of certain public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, and for other purposes, approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen. December 22, 1913 251 38 Stat. 251
  Pub. Law 63-43Federal Reserve Act AN ACT To provide for the establishment of Federal reserve banks, to furnish an elastic currency, to afford means of rediscounting commercial paper, to establish a more effective supervision of banking in the United States, and for other purposes. December 23, 1913 251 38 Stat. 251
  Pub. Law 63-44International Maritime Conference AN ACT To provide for expenses of representatives of the United States at the International Maritime Conference for Safety of Life at Sea. December 23, 1913 275 38 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 63-45Bridge, Bayou Bartholomew AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Bayou Bartholomew, at or near Wilmot, Arkansas. January 15, 1914. 275 38 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 63-46Opium importation AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to prohibit the importation and use of opium for other than medicinal purposes," approved February ninth, nineteen hundred and nine. January 17, 1914 275 38 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 63-47Opium manufacture AN ACT Regulating the manufacture of smoking opium within the United States, and for other purposes. January 17, 1914 277 38 Stat. 277
  Pub. Law 63-48Judicial Code, removal of interstate commerce cases AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, being chapter two hundred and thirty-one of Thirty-sixth Statutes at Large. January 20, 1914 278 38 Stat. 278
  Pub. Law 63-49Postmasters' claims for losses AN ACT To amend the Act approved May ninth, eighteen hundred and eight-eight, as amended by the Act of June eleventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. January 21, 1914 278 38 Stat. 278
  Pub. Law 63-50Right of way, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Utah AN ACT Granting to the Emigration Canon Railroad Company, a corporation of the State of Utah, permission, in so far as the United States is concerned, to occupy, for a right of way for its railroad track, a certain piece of land now included in the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake County, Utah. February 3, 1914 79 38 Stat. 279
  Pub. Law 63-51Postal money orders AN ACT To regulate the payment of postal money orders. February 6, 1914. 280 38 Stat. 280
  Pub. Law 63-52District of Columbia, houses of lewdness, etc. AN ACT To enjoin and abate houses of lewdness, assignation, and prostitution; to declare the same to be nuisances; to enjoin the person or persons who conduct or maintain the same and the owner or agent of any building used for such purpose, and to assess a tax against the person maintaining said nuisance and against the building and owner thereof. February 7, 1914 280 38 Stat. 280
  Pub. Law 63-53Bridge, Columbia River AN ACT Authorizing the construction of a bridge and approaches thereto across the Columbia River at or near Vancouver, Washington. February 7, 1914 282 38 Stat. 282
  Pub. Law 63-54Steamships "Buckman" and "Watson." AN ACT To authorize the changing of the names of the steamships Buckman and Watson. February 10, 1914 282 38 Stat. 282
  Pub. Law 63-55Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To authorize the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River near the city of Hannibal, in the State of Missouri. February 10, 1914 283 38 Stat. 283
  Pub. Law 63-56United States courts, Pennsylvania district judge AN ACT To provide for the appointment of an additional district judge in and for the eastern district of Pennsylvania. February 16, 1914 283 38 Stat. 283
  Pub. Law 63-57Naval Militia AN ACT To promote the efficiency of the Naval Militia, and for other purposes. February 16, 1914 283 38 Stat. 283
  Pub. Law 63-58Hog cholera and dourine AN ACT Appropriating funds for the purpose of the investigation, treatment, and eradication of hog cholera and dourine. February 23, 1914 290 38 Stat. 290
  Pub. Law 63-59Bridge, Saint Andrews Bay AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the navigable waters of Saint Andrews Bay, February 23, 1914 290 38 Stat. 290
  Pub. Law 63-60District of Columbia, female employment AN ACT To regulate the hours of employment and safeguard the health of females employed in the District of Columbia. February 24, 1914 291 38 Stat. 291
  Pub. Law 63-61Bridge, Penobscot River AN ACT To authorize the Eastern Maine Railroad to construct a bridge across the Penobscot River between the cities of Bangor and Brewer, in the State of Maine. February 25, 1914 292 38 Stat. 292
  Pub. Law 63-62Bridge, Hudson River AN ACT To authorize the reconstruction of the existing toll bridge across the Hudson River at Troy, in the. State of New York, and the maintenance of the bridge so reconstructed. February 25, 1914 292 38 Stat. 292
  Pub. Law 63-63Public lands, Lawton, Okla. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to sell to the city of Lawton, Oklahoma, a tract of land to be used for watershed and water-supply purposes. March 2, 1914 293 38 Stat. 293
  Pub. Law 63-64Lighthouse lands, Port Angeles, Wash. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of Commerce to lease to the city of Port Angeles, Washington, certain property. March 9, 1914 293 38 Stat. 293
  Pub. Law 63-65Appropriations, postal service AN ACT Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. March 9, 1914 295 38 Stat. 295
  Pub. Law 63-66Bridges, Muskingum River AN ACT To repeal an Act regulating the construction of bridges across the Muskingum River in Ohio. March 9, 1914 305 38 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 63-67Bridge, Tombigbee River AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Tombigbee River near Old Cotton Gin Port, in Monroe County, Mississippi. March 9, 1914 305 38 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 63-68Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To extend the time for constructing a bridge across the Mississippi River at the town site of Sartell, Minnesota. March 11, 1914 305 38 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 63-69Alaska railroads AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to locate, construct, and operate railroads in the Territory of Alaska, and for other purposes. March 12, 1914 305 38 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 63-70Bridge, Hudson River AN ACT To authorize the Hudson River Connecting Railroad Corporation to construct a bridge across the Hudson River in the State of New York. March 13, 1914 308 38 Stat. 308
  Pub. Law 63-71National Forests, Baker, Oreg., water supply AN ACT For the protection of the water supply of the city of Baker, a municipal corporation of the State of Oregon. March 14, 1914 308 38 Stat. 308
  Pub. Law 63-72Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River AN ACT To authorize the Tug River and Kentucky Railroad Company to construct a bridge across the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River at or near the mouth of Blackberry Creek, in Pike County, Kentucky. March 24, 1914 308 38 Stat. 308
  Pub. Law 63-73Bridges, Arecibo River AN ACT To authorize the Government of Porto Rico to construct two bridges across the Arecibo River near the city of Arecibo, Porto Rico. March 24, 1914 309 38 Stat. 309
  Pub. Law 63-74Bridge, Swinomish River AN ACT To authorize the county commissioners of Skagit County, Washington, to construct a bridge across Swinomish Slough opposite the town of La Conner. March 26, 1914 309 38 Stat. 309
  Pub. Law 63-75Bridge, Missouri River AN ACT Extending the provisions of the Act of March third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, authorizing the construction of a bridge over the Missouri River near Weldon Springs Landing, Missouri. March 26, 1914 309 38 Stat. 309
  Pub. Law 63-76Public Lands, San Diego County, Cal. AN ACT Authorizing the sale of certain land to the county of San Diego, State of California, for public watering purposes. March 27, 1914 310 38 Stat. 310
  Pub. Law 63-77Five Civilized Tribes, drainage assessments AN ACT To provide for drainage of Indian allotments of the Five Civilized Tribes. March 27, 1914 310 38 Stat. 310
  Pub. Law 63-78Copyrights, foreign works AN ACT To amend section twelve of the Act entitled "An Act to amend and consolidate the Acts respecting copyright," approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine. March 28, 1914 311 38 Stat. 311
  Pub. Law 63-79Horse Shoe Battle Ground, Ala. AN ACT To appropriate $5,000 to erect a suitable monument on the battle grounds at the Horse Shoe, on the Tallapoosa River, in the State of Alabama. April 2, 1914 311 38 Stat. 311
  Pub. Law 63-80Quarantine station, Portland, Me. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for increased quarantine facilities at the port of Portland, Maine. April 3, 1914 312 38 Stat. 312
  Pub. Law 63-81Public lands, homestead entries AN ACT Providing that the marriage of a homestead entryman to a homestead entrywoman shall not impair the right of either to a patent, after compliance with the law a year, to apply to existing entries. April 6, 1914 312 38 Stat. 312
  Pub. Law 63-82Appropriations, urgent deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hunted and fourteen and for prior years, and for other purposes. April 6, 1914 312 38 Stat. 312
  Pub. Law 63-83Public lands, nonmineral entries AN ACT To authorize the issuance of unqualified patents to public lands in certain cases. April 14, 1914 335 38 Stat. 335
  Pub. Law 63-84Appropriations, Military Academy AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. April 15, 1914 336 38 Stat. 336
  Pub. Law 63-85Yosemite Park, Cal., additions AN ACT To amend section one of an Act of Congress approved April ninth, nineteen hundred and twelve (Thirty-seventh Statutes, page eighty), entitled " An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to secure for the United States title to patented lands in the Yosemite National Park, and for other purposes." April 16, 1914 346 38 Stat. 345
  Pub. Law 63-86Public building, Monroe, N. C. AN ACT Providing for an additional appropriation for a public building in the city of Monroe, North Carolina. April 16, 1914 346 38 Stat. 346
  Pub. Law 63-87Caribou National Forest, additions AN ACT To reserve certain lands and to incorporate the same and make them a part of the Caribou National Forest Reserve. April 18, 1914 346 38 Stat. 346
  Pub. Law 63-88Mexican disturbances AN ACT Providing an appropriation for the relief and transportation of American citizens in Mexico. April 24, 1914 346 38 Stat. 346
  Pub. Law 63-89Parcel post, seeds, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes," approved March ninth, nineteen hundred and fourteen. April 24, 1914 346 38 Stat. 346
  Pub. Law 63-90Volunteer land forces AN ACT To provide for raising the volunteer forces of the United States in time of actual or threatened war. April 25, 1914 347 38 Stat. 347
  Pub. Law 63-91Appropriations, Army AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen. April 27, 1914 351 38 Stat. 351
  Pub. Law 63-92Public building, Milwaukee, Wis. AN ACT To authorize an additional appropriation for the erection of the United States appraisers' stores building at Milwaukee Wisconsin. April 30, 1914 371 38 Stat. 371
  Pub. Law 63-93Public lands, Springfield, Mo., ogee AN ACT To abolish the office of receiver of public moneys at Springfield, Missouri, and for other purposes. May 2, 1914 371 38 Stat. 371
  Pub. Law 63-94Public lands, grant to California AN ACT Authorizing the State of California to select public lands in lieu of certain lands granted to it in Imperial County, California, and for other purposes. May 2, 1914 372 38 Stat. 372
  Pub. Law 63-95Cooperative agricultural extension work AN ACT To provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States receiving the benefits of an Act of Congress approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and of Acts supplementary thereto, and the United States Department of Agriculture. May 8, 1914 372 38 Stat. 372
  Pub. Law 63-96Army, Joseph L. Donovan AN ACT For the relief of Joseph L. Donovan. May 9, 1914 375 38 Stat. 375
  Pub. Law 63-97Public lands, Montrose, Colo. AN ACT Authorizing the city of Montrose, Colorado, to purchase certain public lands for public park purposes. May 9, 1914 375 38 Stat. 375
  Pub. Law 63-98Public building, Pensacola, Fla. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for the extension, remodeling, and improvement of the Pensacola, Florida, post office and courthouse, and for other purposes. May 12, 1914 376 38 Stat. 376
  Pub. Law 63-99Sierra National rest and Yosemite Park, Cal. AN ACT To consolidate certain forest lands in the Sierra National Forest, and Yosemite National Park, California. May 13, 1914 376 38 Stat. 376
  Pub. Law 63-100Joseph Hodges AN ACT For the relief of Joseph lodges. Map 14, 1914 377 38 Stat. 377
  Pub. Law 63-101Public building, Salisbury, Md. AN ACT To reduce the fire limit required by the Act approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, in respect to the proposed Federal building at Salisbury, Maryland. May 15, 1914 378 38 Stat. 378
  Pub. Law 63-102Ambassador, Argentina AN ACT To authorize the appointment of an ambassador to Argentina. May 16, 1914 378 38 Stat. 378
  Pub. Law 63-103Ambassador, Chile AN ACT Authorizing the appointment of an ambassador to the Republic of Chile. May 16, 1914 378 38 Stat. 378
  Pub. Law 63-104Public building, Os age City, Kans AN ACT To increase the authorization for a public building at Osage City, Kansas. May 22, 1914 378 38 Stat. 378
  Pub. Law 63-105Appropriations, urgent deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply further urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other purposes. May 25, 1914 379 38 Stat. 379
  Pub. Law 63-106Public lands, Wyoming AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act providing that the State of Wyoming be permitted to relinquish to the United States certain lands heretofore selected and to select other lands from the public domain in lieu thereof," approved April twelfth, nineteen hundred and ten. May 25 1914 381 38 Stat. 381
  Pub. Law 63-107Collisions on inland waters, lights, etc. AN ACT To provide for warning signals on vessels working on wrecks or engaged in dredging or other submarine work, and to amend section two of the Act approved June seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, entitled "An Act toad opt regulations for preventing collisions upon certain harbors, rivers, and inland waters of the United States. May 25, 1914 381 38 Stat. 381
  Pub. Law 63-108Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to grant the use of the Fort McHenry Military Reservation, in the State of Maryland, to the mayor and city council of Baltimore, a municipal corporation of the State of Maryland, making certain provisions in connection therewith, providing access to and from the site of the new immigration station heretofore set aside. May 26, 1914 382 38 Stat. 382
  Pub. Law 63-109National Academy of Sciences AN ACT To amend the Act authorizing the National Academy of Sciences to receive and hold trust funds for the promotion of science, and for other purposes. May 27, 1914 383 38 Stat. 383
  Pub. Law 63-110Public lands, opened Sioux Indian reservations AN ACT For the relief of settlers on the Fort Berthold, Cheyenne River, Standing Rock, Rosebud, and Pine Ridge Indian Reservations, in the States of North and South Dakota. May 28, 1914 383 38 Stat. 383
  Pub. Law 63-111Election of Senators AN ACT Providing a temporary method of conducting the nomination and election of United States Senators. June 4, 1914 384 38 Stat. 384
  Pub. Law 63-112United States courts, Pennsylvania districts AN ACT To amend section one hundred and three of the Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, as amended by the Act of Congress approved March third, nineteen hundred and thirteen. June 6, 1914 385 38 Stat. 385
  Pub. Law 63-113Panama Canal, coastwise toll exemptions repealed AN ACT To amend section five of "An Act to provide for the opening, maintenance, protection, and operation of the Panama Canal and the sanitation and government of the Canal Zone," approved August twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and twelve. June 15, 1914 385 38 Stat. 385
  Pub. Law 63-114Public building, Harrisburg, Pa. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for the erection and completion of the United States Federal building at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. June 15, 1914 386 38 Stat. 386
  Pub. Law 63-115Bridge, Missouri River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River near Kansas City. June 17, 1914 386 38 Stat. 386
  Pub. Law 63-116Appropriations, pensions AN ACT Making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for t%e fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. June 20, 1914 387 38 Stat. 387
  Pub. Law 63-117Ochoco National Forest, Oreg. AN ACT To consolidate certain forest lands in the Ochoco National Forest, Oregon. June 24, 1914 387 38 Stat. 387
  Pub. Law 63-118Revenue cutters AN ACT To provide for the construction of two revenue cutters. June 24, 1914 387 38 Stat. 387
  Pub. Law 63-119McClintic-Marshall Construction Company AN ACT To authorize and direct Colonel George W. Goethals, Governor of the Canal Zone, and formerly chairman and chief engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission, to investigate certain claims of the McClintic-Marshall Construction Company. June 24, 1914 388 38 Stat. 388
  Pub. Law 63-120Appropriations, 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. June 27, 1914 388 38 Stat. 388
  Pub. Law 63-121Appropriations, Navy AN ACT Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. June 30, 1914 392 38 Stat. 392
  Pub. Law 63-122Appropriations, Agricultural Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen. June 30, 1914 415 38 Stat. 415
  Pub. Law 63-123Appropriations, diplomatic and consular AN ACT Making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending rune thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen. June 30, 1914 38 Stat. 442
  Pub. Law 63-124Immediate transportation, Providence, R. I. AN ACT Extending to the port of Providence, Rhode Island, the privileges of section one of the Act approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, governing the immediate transportation of dutiable merchandise without appraisement. July 1, 1914 453 38 Stat. 453
  Pub. Law 63-125Army, service prior to Civil War AN ACT To repeal section thirty-four hundred and eighty of the Revised Statutes of the United States. July 6, 1914 454 38 Stat. 454
  Pub. Law 63-126Public lands, townsite lots AN ACT Providing for the issuance of patents to transferees of town lots purchased from the United States at public sale in certain cases. July 9, 1914 454 38 Stat. 454
  Pub. Law 63-127Appropriations, legislative, executive, and judicial expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. July 16, 1914 454 38 Stat. 454
  Pub. Law 63-128Public lands, agricultural entries on withdrawn lands AN ACT To provide for agricultural entry of lands withdrawn, classified, or reported as containing phosphate, nitrate, potash, oil, gas, or asphaltic minerals. July 17, 1914 509 38 Stat. 509
  Pub. Law 63-129Flathead irrigation project, Mont., entries in AN ACT To extend the provisions of the Act of June twenty-third, nineteen hundred and ten (Thirty-sixth Statutes at Large, page five hundred and ninety-two), authorizing assignment of reclamation homestead entries, and of the Act of August ninth, nineteen hundred and twelve (Thirty-seventh Statutes at Large, page two hundred and sixty-five), authorizing the issuance of patents on reclamation homestead entries, to lands in the Flathead irrigation project Montana. July 17, 1914 : 510 38 Stat. 510
  Pub. Law 63-130Mine rescue station; McAlester, Okla. AN ACT For the purchase of a building and lot as a mine rescue station at McAlester, Oklahoma. July 17, 1914 510 38 Stat. 510
  Pub. Law 63-131Army, John W. Hyatt AN ACT To authorize the appointment of John W. Hyatt to the grade of second lieutenant in the Army. July 17, 1914 511 38 Stat. 511
  Pub. Law 63-132Fuel-oil vessels AN ACT To amend section forty-four hundred and seventy-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States. July 17, 1914 511 38 Stat. 511
  Pub. Law 63-133Right of way, Baird, Cal., fish hatchery AN ACT Granting to the people of the State of California the right of way upon and across the United States fish reservation at Baird, Shasta County, California. July 17, 1914 511 38 Stat. 511
  Pub. Law 63-134Public building, Smyrna, Del. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the public building at Smyrna, Delaware. Jul 17, 1914 512 38 Stat. 512
  Pub. Law 63-135Army supplies to schools, etc. AN ACT To permit sales by the supply departments of the Army to certain military schools and colleges. July 17, 1914 51 38 Stat. 512
  Pub. Law 63-136Army, James P. Barney AN ACT To restore First Lieutenant James P. Barney, retired, to the active list of the Army. July 17, 1914 512 38 Stat. 512
  Pub. Law 63-137Public building, Mandan, N. Dale AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for the erection and completion of the United States post-office building at Mandan, North Dakota. July 17, 1914 513 38 Stat. 513
  Pub. Law 63-138Immigrant station, Baltimore, Md. AN ACT To increase the appropriation for the erection of an immigration station at Baltimore, Maryland. July 17, 1914 513 38 Stat. 513
  Pub. Law 63-139Public building, Memphis. Tenn. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for the purchase of a site and the construction of a public building in Memphis, Tennessee. July 17, 1914 513 38 Stat. 513
  Pub. Law 63-140Public building, Pendleton, Oreg. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of Federal building at Pendleton Oregon. July 17, 1914 513 38 Stat. 513
  Pub. Law 63-141Army, H. R. Drake AN ACT for the retirement of H. R. Drake. July 17, 1914 514 38 Stat. 514
  Pub. Law 63-142Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi Page. River at or near the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. July 17, 1914 514 38 Stat. 514
  Pub. Law 63-143Army, aviation service AN ACT To increase the efficiency of the aviation service of the Army, and for other purposes. July 18, 1914 514 38 Stat. 514
  Pub. Law 63-144Alaska, tax on railroads AN ACT To levy and collect an income tax on railroads in Alaska, and for other purposes. July 18, 1914 517 38 Stat. 517
  Pub. Law 63-145Appropriations, 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 fifteen, and for other purposes. July 21, 1914 517 38 Stat. 517
  Pub. Law 63-146Oklahoma, drainage assessment of Indian lands AN ACT For the approving and payment of the drainage assessments on Indian lands in Salt Creek drainage district numbered two, in Pottarwatomie County, Oklahoma. July 21, 1914 553 38 Stat. 553
  Pub. Law 63-147Public building, Newcastle, Ind. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post-office building at Newcastle, Indiana. July 22, 1014 554 38 Stat. 554
  Pub. Law 63-148Yosemite Park, Cal., hotel leases, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act approved October first, eighteen hundred and ninety, entitled "An Act to set apart certain tracts of land in the State of California as forest reservations." July 23, 1914 554 38 Stat. 554
  Pub. Law 63-149South Hilo, Hawaii, street railway franchise AN ACT To amend section four of an Act entitled "An Act granting a franchise for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a street railway system in the district of South Hilo, county of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii," approved August first, nineteen hundred and twelve. July 25, 1914 555 38 Stat. 555
  Pub. Law 63-150Public building, Owego, N. Y. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to disregard section thirty-three of the public buildings Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, as to site at Owego, New York. July 25, 1914 555 38 Stat. 555
  Pub. Law 63-151Bridge, White River AN ACT To authorize the county of Barry, State of Missouri, to construct a bridge across the White River in Barry County, Missouri, at or near a point known as Goldens Ferry. July 27, 1914 555 38 Stat. 555
  Pub. Law 63-152Bridge, Sabine River AN ACT To authorize the Frost-Johnson Lumber Company to construct a bridge across the Sabine River in the States of Louisiana and Texas, about two miles west of Hunter, Louisiana. July 27, 1914 556 38 Stat. 556
  Pub. Law 63-153Fishlake National Forest, Utah, lands exchanged AN ACT Authorizing the exchange of certain lands within the Fishlake National Forest, Utah. July 28, 1914 556 38 Stat. 556
  Pub. Law 63-154Public lands, Coconino County, Ariz. AN ACT Authorizing the survey and sale of certain lands in Coconino County, Arizona, to the occupants thereof. July 28, 1914 558 38 Stat. 558
  Pub. Law 63-155Appropriations, deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen and for prior years, and for other purposes. July 29, 1914 559 38 Stat. 559
  Pub. Law 63-156Judicial code, district judges AN ACT To amend section one of an act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. July 30, 1914 580 38 Stat. 580
  Pub. Law 63-157Bridge, Saint John River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across Saint John River at Fort Kent, Maine. July 30, 1914 581 38 Stat. 581
  Pub. Law 63-158Bridge, Tug Fork, Big Sandy River AN ACT Authorizing the fiscal court of Pike County, Kentucky, to construct a bridge across Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River, at or near Williamson, West Virginia. July 30, 1914 581 38 Stat. 581
  Pub. Law 63-159Roddenbery Park, Thomasville, Ga. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to accept conveyance of title to certain land between the post-office site and Madison Street in the city of Thomasville, Georgia. July 31, 1914 582 38 Stat. 582
  Pub. Law 63-160Appropriations, Indian Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen. August 1, 582 38 Stat. 582
  Pub. Law 63-161Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes. August 1, 1914. 609 38 Stat. 609
  Pub. Law 63-162Fort Bert hold Indian Reservation, N. Dak., coal lands AN ACT To provide for the disposal of certain lands in the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota. August 3, 1914 681 38 Stat. 681
  Pub. Law 63-163Federal Reserve Act, national currency associations extended AN ACT To amend section twenty-seven of an Act approved December twenty-third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and known as the Federal Reserve Act. August 4, 1914 682 38 Stat. 682
  Pub. Law 63-164Public building, Bangor, Me. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the public building at Bangor, Maine. August 5, 1914 683 38 Stat. 683
  Pub. Law 63-165Mississippi River headwaters reservoir lands AN ACT Restoring to the public domain certain lands heretofore reserved for reservoir purposes at the headwaters of the Mississippi River and tributaries. August 6, 1914 683 38 Stat. 683
  Pub. Law 63-166Bridge, Merrimac River AN ACT To grant the consent of Congress for the city of Lawrence, county of Essex, State of Massachusetts, to construct a bridge across the Merrimac River. August 6, 1911 GS 4 38 Stat. 684
  Pub. Law 63-167Bridge, Arkansas River AN ACT To grant the consent of Congress for the county of Pulaski, State of Arkansas, to construct a bridge across the Arkansas River between the cities of Little Rock and Argenta, Arkansas. August 7, 1914 685 38 Stat. 685
  Pub. Law 63-168District of Columbia, Union Station grade claims AN ACT For the relief of Clara Dougherty, Ernest Kubel, and Josephine Taylor, owners of lot numbered thirteen, and of. Mary Meder, owner of the south seventeen and ten one-hundredths feet front by the full depth thereof of lot numbered fourteen, all of said property in square numbered seven hundred and twenty-four, in Washington, District of Columbia, with regard to assessment and payment for damages on account of change of grade due to the construction of Union Station, in said District. August 8, 1914 685 38 Stat. 685
  Pub. Law 63-169Public building, Richmond, Va. AN ACT To acquire, by purchase, condemnation, or otherwise, additional land for the post office, courthouse, and customhouse in the city of Richmond, Virginia. August 8, 1914 686 38 Stat. 686
  Pub. Law 63-170Reclamation projects, payment of charges AN ACT Extending the period of payment under reclamation projects, and for other purposes. August 13, 1914 686 38 Stat. 686
  Pub. Law 63-171Federal reserve Act, reserves AN ACT Proposing an amendment to section nineteen of the Federal reserve Act relating to reserves, and for other purposes. August 15, 1914 691 38 Stat. 691
  Pub. Law 63-172Sponge regulations AN ACT To regulate the taking or catching of sponges in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of Florida outside of State jurisdiction; the landing, delivering, curing, selling, or possession of the same; providing means of enforcement of tie same; and for other purposes. August 15, 1914 : 692 38 Stat. 692
  Pub. Law 63-173Bridge, Sulphur River AN ACT Authorizing the Board of Trade of Texarkana, Arkansas-Texas, to construct a bridge across Sulphur River at or near Pace's ferry, between the counties of Bowie and Cass, in the State of Texas. August 15, 1914 693 38 Stat. 693
  Pub. Law 63-174Cotton futures Act AN ACT To tax the privilege of dealing on exchanges, boards of trade, and similar places in contracts of sale of cotton for future delivery, and for other purposes. August 18, 1914 693 38 Stat. 693
  Pub. Law 63-175American registry to foreign-built ships AN ACT To provide for the admission of foreign-built ships to American registry for the foreign trade, and for other purposes. August 18, 1914: 698 38 Stat. 698
  Pub. Law 63-176Public building, Shelbyville, Tenn. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of public building at Shelbyville, Tennessee. August 20, 1914 699 38 Stat. 699
  Pub. Law 63-177Glacier National Park, Mont. AN ACT To accept the cession by the State of Montana of exclusive jurisdiction over the lands embraced within the Glacier National Park, and for other purposes. August 22, 1914 699 38 Stat. 699
  Pub. Law 63-178United States courts, Pennsylvania districts AN ACT To amend and reenact section one hundred and thirteen of chapter five of the Judicial Code of the United States. August 22, 1914 702 38 Stat. 702
  Pub. Law 63-179Bridge, Tennessee River AN ACT To authorize Bryan Henry and Albert Henry to construct a bridge across a slough, which is a part of the Tennessee River, near Guntersville, Alabama. August 22, 1914 702 38 Stat. 702
  Pub. Law 63-180Court of Customs Appeals, jurisdiction AN ACT To amend section one hundred and ninety-five of the Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. August 22, 1914 : 703 38 Stat. 703
  Pub. Law 63-181Public lands, Caddo County, Okla. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to sell certain unused remnant lands to the board of county commissioners of Caddo County, Oklahoma, for fairground and park purposes. August 22, 1914 704 38 Stat. 704
  Pub. Law 63-182Quinaielt Indian Reservation, Wash. AN ACT authorize the withdrawal of lands on the Quinaielt Reservation, in the State of Washington, for lighthouse purposes. August 22, 1914 704 38 Stat. 704
  Pub. Law 63-183Leaves of absence, homestead entrymen AN ACT To provide for leave of absence for homestead entrymen in one or two periods. August 22, 1914 704 38 Stat. 704
  Pub. Law 63-184Susanville, Cal., Public lands AN ACT Authorizing thee Secretary of the Interior to issue patent to the city of Susanville, in Lassen County, California, for certain lands, and for other purposes. August 22, 1914 705 38 Stat. 705
  Pub. Law 63-185Pike National Forest. Colo. AN ACT To reserve certain lands and to incorporate the same and make them a part of the Pike National Forest. August 24, 1914 705 38 Stat. 705
  Pub. Law 63-186Public lands, Denver, Colo. AN ACT Granting public lands to the city and county of Denver, in the State of Colorado, for public park purposes,. August 25, 1914 706 38 Stat. 706
  Pub. Law 63-187Oil and gas locations in reserved lands AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to protect the locators in good faith of oil and gas lands who shall have effected an actual discovery of oil or gas on the public lands of the United States or their successors in interest," approved March second, nineteen hundred and eleven. August 25, 1914 708 38 Stat. 708
  Pub. Law 63-188Gift of steam launch "Louise." AN ACT To present the steam launch Louise, now employed in the construction of the Panama Canal, to the French Government. August 25, 1914 709 38 Stat. 709
  Pub. Law 63-189Bridge, Black River AN ACT To authorize the Great Western Land Company, of Missouri, to construct a bridge across Black River. August 26, 1914 709 38 Stat. 709
  Pub. Law 63-190Fort Bridger Military Reservation, Wyo. AN ACT To extend the general land laws to the former Fort Bridger Military Reservation in Wyoming. August 27, 1914 709 38 Stat. 709
  Pub. Law 63-191Fort Hays Military Reservation, Kans AN ACT To amend an act of Congress approved March twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred (volume thirty-one, Statutes at Large, page fifty-two), entitled "An act granting to the State of Kansas the abandoned Fort Hays Military Reservation, in said State, for the purpose of establishing an experiment station of the Kansas State Agricultural College, and a western branch of the State Normal School thereon, and for a public park." August 27, 1914 710 38 Stat. 710
  Pub. Law 63-192Alaska courts AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act creating a legislative assembly in the Territory of Alaska and conferring legislative power thereon, and for other purposes," approved August twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and twelve. August 29, 1914 710 38 Stat. 710
  Pub. Law 63-193War Risk Insurance Bureau AN ACT To authorize the establishment of a Bureau of Wax Risk Insurance in the Treasury Department. September 2, 1914 711 38 Stat. 711
  Pub. Law 63-194Public lands, second entries AN ACT Providing for second homestead and desert-land entries. September 5, 1914 712 38 Stat. 712
  Pub. Law 63-194Public lands, second entries AN ACTAN ACT Providing for second homestead and desert-land entries. September 5, 1914 712 38 Stat. 713
  Pub. Law 63-196United States courts, Pennsylvania districts AN ACT To amend section one hundred and three of the Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, as amended by the Act of Congress approved March third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and June sixth, nineteen hundred and fourteen. September 9, 1914 713 38 Stat. 713
  Pub. Law 63-197Public building, Cleveland, Ohio AN ACT To authorize the installation of mail chutes in the public building at Cleveland, Ohio, and to appropriate money therefor. September 15, 1914 714 38 Stat. 714
  Pub. Law 63-198Bridge, Chippewa River AN ACT Permitting the Wisconsin Central Railway Company and the Minneapolis, Saint Paul and Sault Sainte Marie Railway Company, its lessee, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Chippewa River at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. September 18, 1914 714 38 Stat. 714
  Pub. Law 63-199Salt Lake City, Utah, water supply AN ACT For the protection of the water supply of the city of Salt Lake City, Utah. September 19, 1914 714 38 Stat. 714
  Pub. Law 63-200Postal savings system AN ACT To amend the Act approved June twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and ten, entitled "An Act to establish postal savings depositories for depositing savings at interest with the security of the Government for repayment thereof, and for other purposes." September 23, 1914 716 38 Stat. 716
  Pub. Law 63-201Customs district, Tampa, Fla. AN ACT To relocate the headquarters of the customs district of Florida. September 24, 1914 716 38 Stat. 716
  Pub. Law 63-202District of Columbia, alley dwellings AN ACT To provide, in the interest of public health, comfort, morals, and safety, for the discontinuance of the use as dwellings of buildings situated in the alleys in the District of Columbia. September 25, 1914 716 38 Stat. 716
  Pub. Law 63-203Federal Trade Commission AN ACT To create a Federal Trade Commission, to define its powers and duties, and for other purposes. September 26, 1914 717 38 Stat. 717
  Pub. Law 63-204District of Columbia, street railway, extension AN ACT To authorize and require an extension of the street railway lines of the Washington Railway and Electric Company, and for other purposes. September 29, 1914 724 38 Stat. 724
  Pub. Law 63-205Appropriations, 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. October 2, 1914 725 38 Stat. 725
  Pub. Law 63-206Right of way, Fort Wingate Reservation, N. Mex. AN ACT Granting to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company a right of way through the Fort Wingate Military Reservation, New Mexico, and for other purposes. October 3, 1914 726 38 Stat. 726
  Pub. Law 63-207Boundary line, Connecticut and Massachusetts AN ACT Ratifying the establishment of the boundary line between the States of Connecticut and Massachusetts. October 3 1914. 727 38 Stat. 727
  Pub. Law 63-208Reclamation projects, public parks, etc. AN ACT To authorize the reservation of public lands for country parks and community centers within reclamation projects, and for other purposes. October 5, 1914 727 38 Stat. 727
  Pub. Law 63-209Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To authorize the Chicago, Milwaukee and Saint Paul Railway Company and the Chicago., Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company to construct abridge across the Mississippi River at Saint Paul, Minnesota. October 7, 1914 728 38 Stat. 728
  Pub. Law 63-210United States Courts, North Carolina districts AN ACT To amend section ninety-eight of an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. October 7, 1914 728 38 Stat. 728
  Pub. Law 63-211Public building, Gastonia N. C. AN ACT To provide for sale of portion of post-office site in Gastonia, North Carolina. October 14, 1914 2 38 Stat. 729
  Pub. Law 63-212Antitrust Act, 1914 AN ACT To supplement existing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, and for other purposes. October 15, 1914 730 38 Stat. 730
  Pub. Law 63-213Public lands, homestead patents to females marrying aliens AN ACT To provide for certificate of title to homestead entry by a female American citizen who has intermarried with an alien. October 17, 1914 740 38 Stat. 740
  Pub. Law 63-214Public building, La Junta, Colo. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of public building at La Junta, Colorado. October 20, 1914 740 38 Stat. 740
  Pub. Law 63-215Assay Office, New York City, enlargement AN ACT For the enlargement, and so forth, of the Wall Street front of the assay office in the city of New York. October 20, 1914 740 38 Stat. 740
  Pub. Law 63-216Alaska coal la leases AN ACT To provide for the leasing of coal lands in the Territory of Alaska, and for other purposes. October 20, 1914 741 38 Stat. 741
  Pub. Law 63-217Internal revenue emergency taxes AN ACT To increase the internal revenue, and for other purposes. October 22, 1914 745 38 Stat. 745
  Pub. Law 63-218Bridge, Saint Francis River AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Saint Francis River, at or near Saint Francis, Arkansas. October 22, 1914 764 38 Stat. 764
  Pub. Law 63-219Bridges, Lakes Pistakee and Nippersink AN ACT To authorize Frank H. Gardiner to construct a bridge across the waters of Pistakee Lake and Nippersink Lake at or near their point of intersection. October 22, 1914 765 38 Stat. 765
  Pub. Law 63-220Steam vessels, officers, licenses AN ACT To amend section forty-one hundred and thirty-one of the Revised Statutes of the United States of America as amended by the Act of Congress approved May twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, relating to the renewal of licenses. October 22, 1914 765 38 Stat. 765
  Pub. Law 63-221Public lands, homestead patents to deserted wives AN ACT To provide for issuing of patents for public lands claimed under the homestead laws by deserted wives. October 22, 1914 38 Stat. 766
  Pub. Law 63-222Steam vessels, gasoline, etc., permits AN ACT To amend section forty-four hundred and seventy-two of the Revised Statutes. October 22, 1914 38 Stat. 766
     Pub. Res 63-14Choctaw and Chickasaw coal and asphalt lands JOINT RESOLUTION Extending time for completion of classification and appraisement of surface of segregated coal and asphalt lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations and of the improvements thereon, and making appropriation therefor. December 8, 1913 767 38 Stat. 767
     Pub. Res 63-15Congressional employees December, 1913, salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House, including the Capitol police, their respective salaries for the month of December, nineteen hundred and thirteen, on the twentieth day of said month. December 15, 1913 767 38 Stat. 767
     Pub. Res 63-16Vocational Education Commission JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the appointment of a commission to consider the need and report a plan for national aid to vocational education. January 20, 1914 767 38 Stat. 767
     Pub. Res 63-17Lincoln Memorial Commission JOINT RESOLUTION Relating to supervision of the Lincoln Memorial. February 7, 1914 768 38 Stat. 768
     Pub. Res 63-18International Commission of Phytopathology JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to accept an invitation to participate in an International Commission of Phytopathology. February 23, 1914 768 38 Stat. 768
     Pub. Res 63-19Marking graves of Confederate soldiers JOINT RESOLUTION To continue in effect the provisions of the Act of March ninth, nineteen hundred and six (Statutes at Large, volume thirty-four, page fifty-six). March 14, 1914 768 38 Stat. 768
     Pub. Res 63-20Thanks of Congress to officers, etc., of "Kroonland." JOINT RESOLUTION To convey the thanks of Congress to the captain of the American steamer Kroonland, of the Red Star Line, and through him to the officers and crew of said steamer, for the prompt and heroic service rendered by them in rescuing eighty-nine lives from the burning steamer Volturno, in the north Atlantic Ocean. March 19, 1914 769 38 Stat. 769
     Pub. Res 63-21Smithsonian Institution, Regent JOINT RESOLUTION For the appointment of a member of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. March 20, 1914 769 38 Stat. 769
     Pub. Res 63-22Mexican disturbances, action of President JOINT RESOLUTION Justifying the employment by the President of the armed forces of the United States. April 22, 1914 770 38 Stat. 770
     Pub. Res 63-23New Orleans, La., naval station JOINT RESOLUTION Reappropriating certain funds for expenditure at the naval station at New Orleans, Louisiana. April 25, 1914 770 38 Stat. 770
     Pub. Res 63-24Forest Products Expositions JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to make exhibits at Forest Products Expositions to be held in Chicago, Illinois, and New York, New York. April 29, 1914 770 38 Stat. 770
     Pub. Res 63-25Mother's Day JOINT RESOLUTION Designating the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day, and for other purposes. May 8, 1914 770 38 Stat. 770
     Pub. Res 63-26Vocational Education Commission, employees JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Vocational Education Commission to employ such stenographic and clerical assistants as may be necessary, and so forth. May 8, 1914 771 38 Stat. 771
     Pub. Res 63-27American Red Cross, loan of equipment JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy to loan equipment, for the purpose of instruction and training, to sanitary organizations of the American National Red Cross. May 8, 1914 771 38 Stat. 771
     Pub. Res 63-28International Congress of Americanists JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to extend invitations to foreign Governments to participate in the International Congress of Americanists. May 9, 1914 772 38 Stat. 772
     Pub. Res 63-29Frederick Mears JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to detail Lieutenant Frederick Mears to service in connection with proposed Alaskan railroad. May 13, 1914 772 38 Stat. 772
     Pub. Res 63-30China, detail of Engineer officer JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the President to grant leave of absence to an officer of the Corps of Engineers for the purpose of accepting an appointment under the Government of China on works of conservation and public improvement. May 22, 1914 772 38 Stat. 772
     Pub. Res 63-31Congress of Chambers of Commerce, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to accept art invitation to participate in the Sixth International Congress of Chambers of Commerce and Commercial and Industrial Associations. May 28, 1914 773 38 Stat. 773
     Pub. Res 63-32Star-Spangled Banner Centennial JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to extend invitations to foreign Governments to participate, through their accredited diplomatic agents to the United States, in the National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial Celebration. June 15, 1914 773 38 Stat. 773
     Pub. Res 63-33Cape Henry, Va. JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the procurement of title to land at Cape Henry, in the State of Virginia, for works for fortification and coast defense purposes. June 23, 1914 773 38 Stat. 773
     Pub. Res 63-34Appropriations extended JOINT RESOLUTION Extending appropriations for the necessary operations of the Government and of the District of Columbia under certain contingencies. June 30, 1914 773 38 Stat. 773
     Pub. Res 63-35International Dental Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to accept an invitation to participate in the Sixth International Dental Congress. July 13, 1914 774 38 Stat. 774
     Pub. Res 63-36Appropriations extended JOINT RESOLUTION To continue the provisions of a joint resolution approved June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, entitled "Joint resolution extending appropriations for the necessary operations of the Government and of the District of Columbia under certain contingencies." July 16, 1914 774 38 Stat. 774
     Pub. Res 63-37International Education Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Requesting the President of the United States to invite foreign Governments to participate in the International Congress on Education. July 17, 1914 775 38 Stat. 775
     Pub. Res 63-38International Dry-Farming Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to extend invitations to other nations to send representatives to the International Dry-Farming Congress. to be held at Wichita, Kansas, October seventh to seventeenth, inclusive, nineteen hundred and fourteen. July 17, 1914 775 38 Stat. 775
     Pub. Res 63-39New Jersey and New York Harbor Commission JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to appoint a member of the New Jersey and New York Joint Harbor Line Commission. July 17, 1914 775 38 Stat. 775
     Pub. Res 63-40Knights of Pythias encampment JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan certain saddles and bridles for the use of the national encampment, Knights of Pythias, to be held at Terre Haute, Indiana, in July, nineteen hundred and fourteen. July 21, 1914 776 38 Stat. 776
     Pub. Res 63-41European disturbances, relief of citizens, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief, protection, and transportation of American citizens in Europe and for other purposes. August 3, 1914 776 38 Stat. 776
     Pub. Res 63-42European disturbances, relief of citizens, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief, protection, and transportation of American citizens in Europe and for other purposes. August 5, 1914 776 38 Stat. 776
     Pub. Res 63-43American Red Cross, use of ship, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Granting authority to the American Red Cross to charter a ship or ships of foreign register for the transportation of nurses and supplies and for all uses in connection with the work of that society. August 20, 1914 777 38 Stat. 777
     Pub. Res 63-44Louisiana, act of secession returned JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to return to the State of Louisiana the original ordinance of secession adopted by said State. August 20, 1914 777 38 Stat. 777
     Pub. Res 63-45North American Indian Memorial Association, member JOINT RESOLUTION For the appointment of George Frederick Kunz as a member of the North American Indian Memorial Commission. August 21, 1914 777 38 Stat. 777
     Pub. Res 63-46Right of way, Nashville, Tenn., national cemetery JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the Secretary of War to grant a revocable license for the use of lands adjoining the national cemetery near Nashville, Tennessee, for public-road purposes. September 2, 1914 777 38 Stat. 777
     Pub. Res 63-47Sea Fishery Industries Exposition JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to accept an invitation to participate in an International Exposition of Sea Fishery Industries. September 10, 1914 778 38 Stat. 778
     Pub. Res 63-48European disturbances : representing foreign governments JOINT RESOLUTION To provide for representation of foreign governments growing out of existing hostilities in Europe and elsewhere, and for other purposes. September 11, 1914 778 38 Stat. 778
     Pub. Res 63-49Flag, Union Station, D. C. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish one United States garrison flag to William B. Cushing Camp Numbered Thirty, Sons of Veterans. September 15, 1914 778 38 Stat. 778
     Pub. Res 63-50International Institute of Agriculture, resolutions JOINT RESOLUTION Instructing American delegate to the International Institute of Agriculture to present to the permanent committee for action at the general assembly in nineteen hundred and fifteen certain resolutions. September 19, 1914 779 38 Stat. 779
     Pub. Res 63-51Pan American Sanitary Conference JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to designate two officers connected with the Public Health Service to represent the United States at the Sixth International Sanitary Conference of American States to be held at Montevideo, Uruguay, in December, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and making an appropriation to pay the expenses of said representatives, and for other purposes. September 23, 1914 779 38 Stat. 779
     Pub. Res 63-52Leaves of absence to certain officers of Navy JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the President to grant leave of absence to two commissioned officers of the line of the Navy for the purpose of accepting an appointment under the Government of Brazil as instructors in naval strategy and tactics in the Naval War College of Brazil. October 13, 1914 780 38 Stat. 780
     Pub. Res 63-53Volunteer Soldiers' Home, managers JOINT RESOLUTION For the appointment of five members of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. October 19, 1914. 780 38 Stat. 780
     Pub. Res 63-54William C. Adams, Mississippi Choctaw Indian JOINT RESOLUTION To correct an error in the enrollment of certain Indians enumerated in Senate Document Numbered Four hundred and seventy-eight, Sixty-third Congress, second session, enacted into law in the Indian appropriation Act approved August first, nineteen hundred and fourteen. October, 20, 1914 780 38 Stat. 780
     Pub. Res 63-55District of Columbia, Plaza cases JOINT RESOLUTION Relating to the awards and payments thereon in what are commonly known as the Plaza cases. October 22, 1914 781 38 Stat. 781
     Pub. Res 63-56World's Purity Federation Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to appoint delegates to attend the Ninth International Congress of the World's Purity Federation, to be held in the city of San Francisco, State of California, July eighteenth to twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and fifteen. October 22, 1914 782 38 Stat. 782
     Pub. Res 63-57Presidio of San Francisco and Fort Mason, Cal. JOINT RESOLUTION Ceding to the State of California temporary jurisdiction over certain lands in the Presidio of San Francisco and Fort Mason (California) Military Reservations. October 22, 1914 783 38 Stat. 783
     Pub. Res 63-58Congressional employees, October, 1914, salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the payment of October salaries to officers and employees of the Senate and House of Representatives on the day of adjournment of the present session. October 23, 1914 783 38 Stat. 783
  Pub. Law 63-223Opium and coca leaves trade restrictions AN ACT To provide for the registration of, with collectors of internal revenue, and to impose a special tax upon all persons who produce, import, manufacture, compound, deal in, dispense, sell, distribute, or give away opium or coca leaves, their salts, derivatives, or preparations, and for other purposes. December 17, 1914 785 38 Stat. 785
  Pub. Law 63-224Judicial Code, certiorari, from Supreme Court AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. December 23, 1914 790 38 Stat. 790
  Pub. Law 63-225Customs, Omaha district, collector AN ACT To increase and fix the compensation of the collector of customs for the customs collection district of Omaha. December 28, 1914 790 38 Stat. 790
  Pub. Law 63-226Bridge, Eastern Branch of Elizabeth River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Norfolk-Berkley Bridge Corporation, of Virginia, to construct a bridge across the Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth River in Virginia. January 2, 1915 790 38 Stat. 790
  Pub. Law 63-227Bridge, Ohio River AN ACT To authorize the Chesapeake and Ohio Northern Railway Company to construct a bridge across the Ohio River a short distance above the mouth of the Little Scioto River between Scioto County, Ohio, and Greenup County, Kentucky, at, or near Sciotoville, Ohio. January 2, 1915 791 38 Stat. 791
  Pub. Law 63-228Indian depredation claims AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the adjudication and payment of claims an sin p, from Indian depredations," approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one. January 11, 1915 791 38 Stat. 791
  Pub. Law 63-229Public lands, kaolin, etc., Tripp County, S. Dak. AN ACT Providing for the purchase and die 1 of certain lands containing the minerals kaolin, kaolinite, fuller's earth, china clay, an d ball clay, in Tripp County, formerly a part of the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota. January 11, 1915 792 38 Stat. 792
  Pub. Law 63-230Public lands, phosphate locations AN ACT Validating locations of deposits of phosphate rock heretofore made in good faith under the placer-mining laws of the United States. January 11, 1915 792 38 Stat. 792
  Pub. Law 63-231Bridge, Ohio River AN ACT To authorize the connection of a bridge across the Ohio River at Metropolis, Illinois. January 11, 1915 792 38 Stat. 792
  Pub. Law 63-232Government Exhibit, Panama-Pacific Exposition AN ACT To authorize the Government Exhibit Board for the Panama Pacific International Exposition to install any part or parts of the Government exhibit at the said exposition either in the exhibit palaces of the Panama- Pacific International Exposition Company or in the Government building at said exposition. January 11, 793 38 Stat. 793
  Pub. Law 63-233Panama-Pacific Exposition, coins, etc. AN ACT For the coinage of certain gold and silver coins in commemoration of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and for other purposes. January 16, 1915 793 38 Stat. 793
  Pub. Law 63-234Public building, Marlin AN ACT To increase the limit of cost for the construction of a public building at Marlin, Texas. January 16, 1915 794 38 Stat. 794
  Pub. Law 63-235District of Columbia, King Theological Hall AN ACT For the relief of the King Theological Hall, and authorizing the conveyance of real estate to the Howard University and other grantees. January 20, 1915 795 38 Stat. 795
  Pub. Law 63-236Appropriations, urgent deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fifteen and prior years, and for other purposes. January 25, 1915 795 38 Stat. 795
  Pub. Law 63-237Public building, Gravid Junction, Colo. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States public building at Grand Junction, Colorado. January 26, 1915 798 38 Stat. 798
  Pub. Law 63-238Rocky Mountain National Park, Colo. AN ACT To establish the Rocky Mountain National Park in the State of Colorado, and for other purposes. January 26, 1915 798 38 Stat. 798
  Pub. Law 63-239Coast Guard created AN ACT To create the Coast Guard by combining therein the existing Life- Saving Service and Revenue-Cutter Service. January 28, 1915 800 38 Stat. 800
  Pub. Law 63-240Bridge, Niagara River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Niagara River, in the town of Lewiston, in the county of Niagara and State of New York. January 28, 1915 803 38 Stat. 803
  Pub. Law 63-241Judicial Code, amendments AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. January 28, 1915 803 38 Stat. 803
  Pub. Law 63-242Foreign service improvements AN ACT For the improvement of the foreign service. February 5, 1915 805 38 Stat. 805
  Pub. Law 63-243Bridge, Delaware River AN ACT Extending the time for completion of the bridge across the Delaware River authorized by an Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and the Pennsylvania and Newark Railroad Company, or their successors, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Delaware River," approved the twenty-fourth day of August, nineteen hundred and twelve. February 6, 1915 807 38 Stat. 807
  Pub. Law 63-244Fort Assiniboine Reservation, Mont., opened AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to survey the lands of the abandoned Fort Assiniboine Military Reservation and open the same to settlement. February 11, 1915 807 38 Stat. 807
  Pub. Law 63-245Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To extend the time for the completion of, the municipal bridge at Saint Louis, Missouri. February 15, 1915 810 38 Stat. 810
  Pub. Law 63-246Bridge, Ohio River AN ACT To authorize the Brunot Island Bridge Company to construct, maintain, and operate abridge across the back channel of the Ohio River. February 15, 1915 810 38 Stat. 810
  Pub. Law 63-247Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT Extending the time for completion of the bridge across the 38 Stat. 810
  Pub. Law 63-248Mississippi River at Memphis, Tennessee, authorized by an Act entitled " AN ACT to authorize the Arkansas and Memphis Railway Bridge and Terminal Company to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tennessee." approved August twenty-third, nineteen hundred and twelve. February 15, 1915 810 38 Stat. 811
  Pub. Law 63-249Public building, Jersey City, N. J. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States to sell the present old post office and the site thereof in the city of Jersey City, New Jersey. February 17, 1915 811 38 Stat. 811
  Pub. Law 63-250Public building, Saint Petersburg, Fla. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post-office building and site at Saint Petersburg, Florida. February 17, 1915 811 38 Stat. 811
  Pub. Law 63-251Immediate transportation, Pembina, N. Dak. AN ACT To make Pembina, North Dakota, a port through which merchandise may be imported for transportation without appraisement. February 23, 1916 811 38 Stat. 812
  Pub. Law 63-252Army, Ordnance officers AN ACT To regulate details of majors in the Ordnance Department. February 24, 1915 812 38 Stat. 812
  Pub. Law 63-253Immediate transportation, Nyando, N. Y. AN ACT To make Nyando, New York, a port through which merchandise may be imported for transportation without appraisement. February 24, 1915 812 38 Stat. 812
  Pub. Law 63-254Public building, Seymour, Ind. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post-office building at Seymour, Indiana. February 24, 1915 812 38 Stat. 812
  Pub. Law 63-255Registry of shipwrecked vessels AN ACT To provide for the register and enrollment of vessels built in foreign countries when such vessels have been wrecked on the coasts of the United States or her possessions or adjacent waters and salved by American citizens and repaired in American shipyards. February 24, 1915 812 38 Stat. 813
  Pub. Law 63-256Wisconsin Central Railroad lands AN ACT For the relief of certain persons who made entry under the provisions of section six, Act of May twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and eight. February 25, 1915 813 38 Stat. 813
  Pub. Law 63-257Public lands, Nevadaville, Colo. AN ACT Granting to the town of Nevadaville, Colorado, the right to purchase certain lands for the protection of water supply. February 27, 1915 813 38 Stat. 814
  Pub. Law 63-258Right of way, Great Northern Railway Com pan AN ACT To authorize the Great Northern Railway Company to revise the location of its right of way and for other purposes. February 27, 1915. 814 38 Stat. 815
  Pub. Law 63-259Bridge, Tennessee River AN ACT To authorize the North Alabama Traction Company, its successors and assigns, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Tennessee River at or near Decatur, Alabama. February 27, 1915 815 38 Stat. 816
  Pub. Law 63-260Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Interstate Bridge and Terrain% Company, of Muscatine, Iowa, to build a bridge across the Mississippi River. February 27, 1915 816 38 Stat. 816
  Pub. Law 63-261Calumet River, Ill., channel AN ACT In relation to the location of a navigable channel of the Calumet River in Illinois. February 27, 1915 816 38 Stat. 817
  Pub. Law 63-262Appropriations, pensions AN ACT Making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the fist year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. March 1, 1915 817 38 Stat. 817
  Pub. Law 63-263Pharmacy, China consular districts AN ACT To regulate the practice of pharmacy and the sale of poison in the consular districts of the United States in China. March 3, 1915 817 38 Stat. 822
  Pub. Law 63-264Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. March 3 1915 822 38 Stat. 887
  Pub. Law 63-265Appropriations, fortifications AN ACT faking 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, 1915 887 38 Stat. 892
  Pub. Law 63-266Public building, Honolulu, Hawaii AN ACT To amend existing legislation providing for the acquisition of a site and the construction of a building thereon for the accommodation of the post office, United States courts, customhouse, and other governmental offices at Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 892 38 Stat. 893
  Pub. Law 63-267Internal revenue special taxes AN ACT To amend section thirty-two hundred and forty-six of the Revised Statutes of the United States, as amended by section five of the Act of March first, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine. March 3, 1915 893 38 Stat. 893
  Pub. Law 63-268Steamboat inspection, licensed officers AN ACT To better regulate the serving of licensed officers in the merchant marine of the United States and to promote safety at sea. March 3, 1915 893 38 Stat. 894
  Pub. Law 63-269Appropriations, 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 sixteen, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 894 38 Stat. 926
  Pub. Law 63-270Aids to navigation AN ACT To authorize aids to navigation and other works in the Lighthouse Service, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 926 38 Stat. 928
  Pub. Law 63-271Life-saving station, Duxbury Reef, Cal. AN ACT To provide for the establishment of a life-saving station in the vicinity of Duxbury Reef, California. March 3, 1915 928 Appropriations, Navy An Act Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 928 38 Stat. 928
  Pub. Law 63-272Public lands, enlarged homesteads, Kansas AN ACT To extend the provisions of an Act entitled An Act to provide for an enlarged homestead," approved February nineteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, to the State o Kansas. March 3, 1915 953 38 Stat. 953
  Pub. Law 63-273Bridge, Suwanee River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Suwanee River in the State of Florida. March 3, 1915 953 38 Stat. 953
  Pub. Law 63-274Bridge, Ohio River AN ACT To authorize Parkersburg Ohio Bridge Company, a corporation created and existing under the laws of the State of West Virginia, its successors and assigns, to construct a bridge across the Ohio River from the city of Parkersburg, State of West Virginia, to the town of Belpre, State of Ohio. March 3, 1915 954 38 Stat. 954
  Pub. Law 63-275Bridge, Red River AN ACT Authorizing the Texarkana Board of Trade to construct a bridge across the Red River between Fulton, Arkansas, and Index, Texas. March 3, 1915 954 38 Stat. 954
  Pub. Law 63-276District of Columbia, Ellen Wilson Memorial Homes AN ACT To incorporate the Ellen Wilson Memorial Homes. March 3, 1915 954 38 Stat. 954
  Pub. Law 63-277District of Columbia, Daughters of the American Revolution AN ACT To amend section two of an Act entitled "An Act to incorporate the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution." March 3. 1915 955 38 Stat. 955
  Pub. Law 63-278Judicial Code, amendments AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. March 3, 1915 956 38 Stat. 956
  Pub. Law 63-279Public lands, enlarged homesteads AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for an enlarged homestead." March 3, 1915 956 38 Stat. 956
  Pub. Law 63-280Public building, Roseburg, Oreg. AN ACT To amend the Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen (Thirty-seventh United States Statutes, page eight hundred and seventy-two), so as to provide that in the construction of the public building at Roseburg, Oregon, provision shall be made for the accommodation therein of the United States poet office and other governmental offices. March 8, 1915 958 38 Stat. 958
  Pub. Law 63-281Federal reserve banks, rediscounts AN ACT Proposing an amendment to the Federal reserve Act relative to acceptances, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 958 38 Stat. 958
  Pub. Law 63-282Patents, applications, etc. AN ACT To amend sections forty-eight hundred and eighty-eight and forty-eight hundred and eighty-nine of the Revised Statutes, relating to patents. March 3, 1915 958 38 Stat. 958
  Pub. Law 63-283Mining experiment and safety stations AN ACT To provide for the establishment and maintenance of mining experiment and mine safety stations for making investigations and disseminating information among employees in mining, quarrying, metallurgical, and other mineral industries, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915 959 38 Stat. 959
  Pub. Law 63-284District judge, Georgia AN ACT Providing for the appointment of an additional district judge for the southern district of the State of Georgia. March 3, 1915 959 38 Stat. 959
  Pub. Law 63-285Public lands, Grand Junction, Colo. AN ACT To grant certain lands to the city of Grand Junction, Colorado, for the protection of its water supply. March 3, 1915 960 38 Stat. 960
  Pub. Law 63-286United States courts, Barrow County, Ga. AN ACT To place Barrow County, Georgia, in the eastern division of the northern district of Georgia. March 3, 1915 960 38 Stat. 960
  Pub. Law 63-287United States courts, Georgia southern district AN ACT To place Candler, Jenkins, and Evans Counties, Georgia, in the eastern division of the southern district of Georgia, and to place Bacon and Thomas Counties, Georgia, in the southwestern division of the southern district of Georgia. March 3, 1915 960 38 Stat. 960
  Pub. Law 63-288United States courts, South Carolina districts AN ACT To provide for the appointment of a district judge, district attorney, and marshal for the western district of South Carolina, and for other purposes. March 3, 1915; 961 38 Stat. 961
  Pub. Law 63-289Omnibus claims Act AN ACT Making appropriation for payment of certain claims in accordance with findings of the Court of Claims, reported under the provisions of the Acts approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and commonly known as the Bowman and the Tucker Acts, and under the provisions of section numbered one hundred and fifty-one of the Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, commonly known as the Judicial Code. March 4, 1915 962 38 Stat. 962
  Pub. Law 63-290Appropriations, 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 sixteen, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 997 38 Stat. 997
  Pub. Law 63-291Appropriations, 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 4, 1915 1049 38 Stat. 1049
  Pub. Law 63-292Appropriations, Army AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. March 4, 1915 1062 38 Stat. 1062
  Pub. Law 63-293Appropriations, Agricultural Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. March 4, 1915 1086 38 Stat. 1086
  Pub. Law 63-294Appropriations, Diplomatic and Consular AN ACT Making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. March 4, 1915 1116 38 Stat. 1116
  Pub. Law 63-295Appropriations, Military Academy AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1128 38 Stat. 1128
  Pub. Law 63-296Appropriations, deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fifteen and for prior years, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1138 38 Stat. 1138
  Pub. Law 63-297Enlarged homestead entries validated AN ACT To validate certain homestead entries. March 4, 1915. 1162 38 Stat. 1162
  Pub. Law 63-298Public lands, town sites, Montana AN ACT To validate title to certain town sites in the State of Montana. March 4, 1915 1162 38 Stat. 1162
  Pub. Law 63-299Enlarged homestead entries, additional AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for an enlarged homestead," and Acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto. March 4, 1915 1162 38 Stat. 1162
  Pub. Law 63-300Public building, Hanover, Pa. AN ACT Providing for the expenditure of part of the unexpended balance of the appropriation of $10,000 made by the urgent deficiency bill of October twenty-second, nineteen hundred and thirteen, for the completion of the post-office building at Hanover, Pennsylvania. March 4, 1915 1163 38 Stat. 1163
  Pub. Law 63-301Public building, Huntingdon, Tenn. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to disregard section thirty-three of the public buildings Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, as to site at Huntingdon, Tennessee. March 4, 1915 1163 38 Stat. 1163
  Pub. Law 63-302Merchant seamen, etc. AN ACT To promote the welfare of American seamen in the merchant marine of the United States; to abolish arrest and imprisonment as a penalty for desertion and to secure the abrogation of treaty provisions in relation thereto; and to promote safety at sea. March 4 1915 1164 38 Stat. 1164
  Pub. Law 63-303Navy, Joseph Eliot Austin AN ACT Authorizing the President to reinstate Joseph Eliot Austin as an ensign in the United States Navy. March 4 1915 1185 38 Stat. 1185
  Pub. Law 63-304Public building, Vineland, N. J. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to disregard section thirty-three of the public buildings Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, as to site at Vineland. New Jersey. March 4, 1915 1185 38 Stat. 1185
  Pub. Law 63-305Bridge, Missouri River AN ACT To extend the time for constructing a bridge across the Missouri River near Kansas City, Missouri, authorized by an Act approved June seventeenth, nineteen hundred and fourteen. March 4, 1915 1186 38 Stat. 1186
  Pub. Law 63-306Immediate transportation, Bay City, Mich. AN ACT To extend the privileges of the seventh section of immediate-transportation Act to Bay City, Michigan. March 4, 1915 1186 38 Stat. 1186
  Pub. Law 63-307Standard barrel for fruits, etc. AN ACT To fix the standard barrel for fruits, vegetables, and other dry commodities. March 4, 1915 1186 38 Stat. 1186
  Pub. Law 63-308United States courts, Ohio districts AN ACT To amend section one hundred of an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. March 4, 1915 1187 38 Stat. 1187
  Pub. Law 63-309Life-saving station, Siuslaw River, Oreg. AN ACT To authorize the establishment of a life-saving station at the mouth of the Siuslaw River, Oregon. March 4, 1915 1188 38 Stat. 1188
  Pub. Law 63-310Indian reservations, Nebraska and Montana, roads AN ACT To authorize the laying out and opening of public roads on the Winnebago, Omaha, Ponca, and Santee Sioux Indian Reservations in Nebraska and on Indian Reservations in Montana. March 4, 1915 1188 38 Stat. 1188
  Pub. Law 63-311Public lands, Lyman County, S. Dak. AN ACT Authorizing the sale of lands in Lyman County, South Dakota. March 4, 1915 1189 38 Stat. 1189
  Pub. Law 63-312Public building, Binghamton, N. Y. AN ACT Providing for the purchase of a site for a public building at Binghamton, New York. March 4, 1915 1189 38 Stat. 1189
  Pub. Law 63-313Internal revenue drawback AN ACT To provide for the allowance of drawback of tax on articles shipped to the island of Porto Rico or to the Philippine Islands. March 4, 1915 1189 38 Stat. 1189
  Pub. Law 63-314District of Columbia, use of school buildings AN ACT To regulate the use of public school buildings and grounds in the District of Columbia. March 4, 1915 1190 38 Stat. 1190
  Pub. Law 63-315District of Columbia, adjusting accounts AN ACT To authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to adjust and settle the shortages in certain accounts of said District, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1190 38 Stat. 1190
  Pub. Law 63-316Thanks of Congress, etc., Isthmian Canal Commission, officers AN ACT To provide for recognizing the services of certain officers of the Army, Navy, and Public Health service for their services in connection with the construction of the Panama Canal, to extend to certain of such officers the thanks of Congress, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1190 38 Stat. 1190
  Pub. Law 63-317Oklahoma, townsite receipts AN ACT To provide for the payment of certain moneys to school districts in Oklahoma. March 4, 1915 1192 38 Stat. 1192
  Pub. Law 63-318Railroad locomotive inspection, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by compelling common carriers engaged in interstate commerce to equip their locomotives with safe and suitable boilers and appurtenances thereto," approved February seventeenth, nineteen hundred and eleven. March 4, 1915 1192 38 Stat. 1192
  Pub. Law 63-319United States courts, Arkansas districts AN ACT To transfer certain counties in the several judicial districts in the State of Arkansas. March 4, 1915 7193 38 Stat. 1193
  Pub. Law 63-320Shipping, foreign-built vessels owned by Americans AN ACT To repeal penalties on foreign-built vessels owned by Americans. March 4, 1915 1193 38 Stat. 1193
  Pub. Law 63-321Registry of vessels abroad AN ACT To provide for, provisional certificates of registry of vessels abroad, and for other purposes. March 4.1915 1193 38 Stat. 1193
  Pub. Law 63-322Pike National Forest, Colo. AN ACT To reserve certain lands and to incorporate the same and make them a art of the Pike National Forest. March 4, 1915 1194 38 Stat. 1194
  Pub. Law 63-323Right of way, Lincoln National Forest, N. Mex. AN ACT Granting the El Paso and Rock Island Railway Company a right of way for its pipe lines and reservoir upon the Lincoln National Forest for the carrying and storage of water for railroad purposes. March 4, 1915 1195 38 Stat. 1195
  Pub. Law 63-324Texas oyster beds AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of Commerce, through the Coast and Geodetic Survey and the Bureau of Fisheries, to make a survey of natural oyster beds, bars and rocks, and barren bottoms contiguous thereto in waters along the coast of and within the State of Texas. March 4, 1915 1196 38 Stat. 1196
  Pub. Law 63-325Interstate commerce, liability of carriers for loss, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled `An Act to regulate commerce,' approved February fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and all Acts amendatory thereof, and to enlarge the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission," approved June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six. March 4, 1915 1196 38 Stat. 1196
  Pub. Law 63-326Central Pacific land grants, Nevada AN ACT Legalizing certain conveyances heretofore made by the Central Pacific Railroad Company and others within the State of Nevada. March 4, 1915. 1198 38 Stat. 1198
  Pub. Law 63-327Obsolete ordnance donations AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to make certain donations of condemned cannon and cannon balls. March 4, 1915 1198 38 Stat. 1198
  Pub. Law 63-328Public building, Garden City, Kans AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post office building at Garden City, Kansas. March 4, 1915 1212 38 Stat. 1212
  Pub. Law 63-329Public lands, exchange with Utah AN ACT Authorizing and directing the Secretary of the Interior to patent certain lands to the State of Utah and to accept relinquishment from the State of Utah of certain other lands in lieu thereof. March 4, 1915 1212 38 Stat. 1212
  Pub. Law 63-330Public lands, Alaska school sections AN ACT To reserve lands to the Territory of Alaska for educational uses, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1214 38 Stat. 1214
  Pub. Law 63-331Reclamation Act, entries relinquished AN ACT For the relief of homestead entrymen under the reclamation projects of the United States. March 4, 1915 1215 38 Stat. 1215
  Pub. Law 63-332Bridge, Rocky River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Cleveland Yacht Club Company to construct a bridge across the west arm of Rocky River, Ohio. March 4, 1915 1216 38 Stat. 1216
  Pub. Law 63-333Steamboat inspection certificates AN ACT To amend sections forty-four hundred and twenty-one, forty-four hundred and twenty-two, forty-four hundred and twenty-three, forty-four hundred and twenty-four, and forty-four hundred and ninety-eight of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and section twelve of the Act of May twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and eight, relating to certificates of inspection of steam vessels. March 4, 1915 1216 38 Stat. 1216
  Pub. Law 63-334Public building, Elkens, W. Va. AN ACT To increase the appropriation for a public building at Elkins, West Virginia. March 4, 1915 1218 38 Stat. 1218
  Pub. Law 63-335Public building, Forsyth, Ga. AN ACT To construct a public building for a post office at the city of Forsyth, Georgia. March 4, 1915 1218 38 Stat. 1218
  Pub. Law 63-336Immediate transportation, Van Buren, Me. AN ACT To make Van Buren, Maine, a port through which merchandise may be imported for transportation without appraisement. March 4, 1915 1219 38 Stat. 1219
  Pub. Law 63-337Public building, Cohoes, N. Y. AN ACT To increase the limit of cost of the United States post office building and site at Cohoes, New York. March 4 1915 1219 38 Stat. 1219
  Pub. Law 63-338Kiowa, etc., lands, Oklahoma AN ACT To validate certain homestead entries. March 4, 1915 1219 38 Stat. 1219
  Pub. Law 63-339Guthrie Okla., park AN ACT Quieting title to a certain tract of land located in the city of Guthrie, Oklahoma. March 4, 1915 1219 38 Stat. 1219
  Pub. Law 63-340Bridge, Pearl River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across Pearl River at or near the city of Bogalusa, Louisiana. March 4, 1915 1220 38 Stat. 1220
  Pub. Law 63-341Public building, Minneapolis, Minn. AN ACT To change the name of the old post-office building at Minneapolis, Minnesota. March 4, 1915 1220 38 Stat. 1220
  Pub. Law 63-342Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge Company to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River at Keokuk, Iowa. March 4, 1915 1220 38 Stat. 1220
     Pub. Res 63-59Congressional employees, December, 1914 salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the house to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House, including the Capitol police, their respective salaries for the month of December, nineteen hundred and fourteen, on the twenty-second day of said month. December 22, 1914 1221 38 Stat. 1221
     Pub. Res 63-60Bell of U. S. S. "Princeton." JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to present the bell of the late United States steamship Princeton to the Borough of Princeton, New Jersey. January 12, 1915 1221 38 Stat. 1221
     Pub. Res 63-61Canada, patents JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Commissioner of Patents to exchange printed copies of United States patents with the Dominion of Canada. January 14, 1915 1221 38 Stat. 1221
     Pub. Res 63-62Panama-California Exposition, detail of Army officer JOINT RESOLUTION To provide for the detail of an officer of the Army for duty with tine Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, California. January 15, 1915 1221 38 Stat. 1221
     Pub. Res 63-63Major General George Gordon Meade statue JOINT RESOLUTION Directing the selection of a site for the erection of a statue in Washington, District of Columbia, to the memory of the late Major General George Gordon Meade. January 21, 1915 1222 38 Stat. 1222
     Pub. Res 63-64International Education Congress JOINT RESOLUTION Requesting the President of the United States to invite foreign Governments to participate in the International Congress on Education. February 23, 1915 1222 38 Stat. 1222
     Pub. Res 63-65Fur seal skins sales JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of Commerce to postpone the sale of fur-seal skins now in the possession of the Government until such time as in his discretion he may deem such sale advisable. February 24, 1915 1222 38 Stat. 1222
     Pub. Res 63-66Grand Army encampment, Washington, D. C. JOINT RESOLUTION Giving authority to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to make special regulations for the occasion of the forty-ninth national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, to be held in the District of Columbia in the months of September and October, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and for other purposes incidental to said encampment. March 3, 1915 1222 38 Stat. 1222
     Pub. Res 63-67New York Harbor JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to use any allotment made under the provisions of an Act approved October second, nineteen hundred and fourteen, entitled "An Act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes," for the improvement of East River and Hell Gate, New York. March 3, 1915 1224 38 Stat. 1224
     Pub. Res 63-68Income tax returns refunded JOINT RESOLUTION To refund under certain conditions a portion of the offers in compromise for failure to make the return required under the Act of October third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, said offers in compromise having been covered into the Treasury, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1225 38 Stat. 1225
     Pub. Res 63-69The Dalles-Celilo Canal opening JOINT RESOLUTION Providing that the Congress of the United States shall participate in the celebration of the opening of The Dalles-Celilo Canal. March 4, 1915 1225 38 Stat. 1225
     Pub. Res 63-70House of Representatives refund to Members JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing and directing the Sergeant at Arms to refund to Members of the House of Representatives amounts of money deducted from their salaries. March 4, 1915 1226 38 Stat. 1226
     Pub. Res 63-71Reclamation Service hearings JOINT RESOLUTION Concerning estimates and expenditures for the Reclamation Service. March 4, 1915 1226 38 Stat. 1226
     Pub. Res 63-72Neutrality enforcement JOINT RESOLUTION To empower the President to better enforce and maintain the neutrality of the United States. March 4, 1915 1226 38 Stat. 1226
     Pub. Res 63-73Appropriations, postal service JOINT RESOLUTION Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. March 4, 1915 1227 38 Stat. 1227
     Pub. Res 63-74Appropriations, Indian Department JOINT RESOLUTION Making appropriations for current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. March 4, 1915 1228 38 Stat. 1228
     Pub. Res 63-75Thanks of Congress, diplomatic mediators in Mexican controversy JOINT RESOLUTION To convey appreciation of Congress to their excellencies Señor Domicio da Gama, Señor Rómulo S. Naón, and Señior Eduardo Suárez for their generous and distinguished services as mediators in the controversy between the Government of the United States and the leaders of the warring parties in Mexico. March 4, 1915 1228 38 Stat. 1228