24 March 1848. 9 Stat. 334

[No. 4.] – Joint Resolution relative to the Evidence which shall be considered satisfactory in Applications for Bounty Land.

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in all cases of application for bounty land warrants under the act approved February eleventh, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, the honorable discharge of the applicant, showing the same was predicated on a surgeon’s certificate of disability, shall be considered as satisfactory evidence to the Commissioner of Pensions that the disability was incurred in the course of service.

APPROVED, March 24, 1848.

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