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ple justice to all parties concerned, reinstating those who have been ejected and paying the claims of those who have defended their homes in courts of law, giving us all such' satisfaction and proof that the United States patent will be made good to her citizens and defended at all hazards.
Resolved, That copies of the foregoing resolutions be forwarded by the secretary of State to the senators and representatives of Nebraska (elected) or now in Congress.
Approved February 22nd, A.D. 1883.
MEMORIAL AND JOINT RESOLUTION requesting that the
duty be removed off of barbed wire and the material it is manfuctured from.
To the Honorable Senate and House of Representateves in
Congress assembled :
Whereas, The article of barbed wire and the mate- Preamble rial from which it is made has become so necessary for use that it is indispensable to the people of the State of Nebraska, and especially to the agricultural interest, we do most respectfully urge upon the Congress of the Uuited States to repeal the duty on the same; therefore, be it
Resolved, That our senators and representatives in Removal of in Congress are hereby requested to use all honorable means to secure the removal of such duty so it may
be placed on the free list.
Resolved, That the secretary of state be, and is hereby instructed to transmit a certified copy of this memorial and joint resolution to our senators and representatives in Congress.
Approved February 21st, A.D. 1883.
JOINT RESOLUTION declaring the consent of the legislature of
the State of Nebraska to the laying out of a road througb and adjoining the grounds of the State Institute for the Deaf and Dumb in Douglas county, Nebraska.
Whereas, Section 31, of chapter 78 of the Compiled Statutes of the State of Nebraska, provides: Roads or streets shall not be established or opened across the lands reserved by the State for its various institutions lying adjacent thereto without the express consent of the legislature; and,
Whereas, The county commissioners of Donglas county, intend to establish a county road, giving said institute an easier and better road to travel; 'therefore, be it
Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska, That consent is hereby given to the county commis. sioners of Douglas county, Nebraska, to establish a road commencing at the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 8, township 15, range 13 east, running thence south eleven and sixty-two hundredths (11 62-100) chains through the lands owned by the State, and occupied by the institute for the deaf and dumb, thence south tothe military road.
Approved February 23d, A.D. 1883.
Consent to establish road.
[Signed] ALFRED W. AGEE, ATTEST:
President of the Senate. [Signed] Geo. L. Brown,
Secretary of the Senate. [Signed] GEORGE M. HUMPHREY,
Speaker of the House of Representatives. ATTEST: [Signed] Brad. D. SLAUGHTER,
Chief Clerk of the House of Represent..tives.
INDEX TO LAWS.
ACTS EXPRESSLY AMENDED AND REPEALED-
County courts, (ch. 14, 82, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16).....
(Laws of 1875.)
(Laws of 1877.)
(Laws of 1879.)
(p. 887, 388, 389).