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S. No. 499–

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S. No. 501

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Supplementary to an act to incorporate a Newsboys' Home. - [By To incorporate the America Fire and Marine Insurance Company In addition to an act passed March 26, 1804, entitled "An act

in addition to an act entitled An act for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.''!--[By Mr. Referred, 2760; reported, 2789; passed, 3116; passed House,

4400; enrolled, 4403 ; approved, 4450.
In House: Received from Senate, 3145 ; passed, 4396 ; enrolled,

ҳу S. No. 494–

Home | S. No. 510—
Granting • pension to Elizabeth Steepleton, widow of Harrison or: In relation to insolvent banks.--[By Mr. Morgan.]

W. Steepleton, deceased.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] south

Read, 2760.
Reported, 2688; passed, 3323; passed House, 3902; enrolled, | S. No. 511–
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3958; approved, 8984. vorque : STES ball
In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported

To remove the disability of certain citizens of Georgia. - [By Mr. passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948, ; 85/

Wilson.]

Referred, 2789, 2790.
S. No. 495-

S. No. 512-
For the relief of Henry Reens.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
Reported, 2688; passed, 3323, passed House, 3902; enrolled,

Granting land to the Iowa and Missouri State Line Railroad Com3958; approved, 3984,

pany. -[By Mr. Thayer.] In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; reported

Referred, 2789.
and passed, 3898.

S. No. 513/
1998 ;?
S. No. 496

Concerning land claims in the State of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Granting a pension to Riley H. Smith, -[By Mr. Van Winkle.] eup,

Williams.]
Reported, 2688 ; passed, 3323, 3324.

Referred, 2857.
-50.
In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346,

S. No. 514ment, $. No.

For the relief of Monroe Young.-[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
For the relief of Catharine Wands. - [By Mr. Van Winkle.)

Referred, 2857.
Reported, 2688 ; passed, 3324 ; passed House, 3902; enrolled,

S. No. 515—
State
3958; approved, 3984.

In aid of the Union Pacific railway, eastern division.-[By Mr. In House: Received from Senate, 3845; referred, 3346 ; reported

Drake. ] faltand passed, 8898,- HU

Referred, 2895, 8. No. 498—

S. No. 516–
Granting a pension to Anna M. Howard.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] Granting a pension to Julia Whistler.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
Reported, 2688 ; passed, 3324 ; passed House, 3902; enrolled, Reported, 2922 ; passed, 3324.
3958; approved, 3984.

In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported
In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 8346 ; reported
and passed, 3893; enrolled, 3948.

adversely: 3896.

S. No. 517my in Granting a pension to the widow, and child of Martin Whitt,

Granting a pension to the widow and children of Henry Brown.

[By Mr. Van Winkle. ] Reported, 2689; passed, 3324.

Reported, 2922; passed, 3324; passed House with amendments, In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346.

3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, 4097 ; conS. No. 500–a 96

curred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159; Granting a pension to Lucinda R. Johnson.—[ By Mr. Van Winkle.) NU

approved, 4235. By Reported, 2689; passed, 3324 ; passed House, 3902; enrolled,

In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported 3958; approved, 3984.

and passed with amendment, 3895; conference report agreed In House : Keceived from Senate, 3345 ; referred, 3346 ; reported

to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182 ; enrolled, 4186. .

S. No. 518

Granting a pension to the widow and child of John P. Felty.Granting a pension to Harriet W. Pond.—[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

[By Mr. Van Winkle.] Reported, 2689 ; passed, 3824; passed House, 3902; enrolled,

Reported, 2922 ; passed, 3324; passed House with amend8958; approved, 3984.

ments, 3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, In House: Received from Senate, 8345; referred, 3346; reported

4097; concurred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 52;

4159; approved, 4235.

In llouse : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph

and passed with amendment, 3892 ; conference report agreed line from Irving, Kansas, to Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New

to by House, 4131 ; by Senate, 4182 ; enrolled, 4186. S. No. 519–

Granting a pension to Emma M. Moore.-{By Mr. Van Winkle.] Ed, To establish certain post roads in Oregon.-[By Mr. Corbett.]

Reported, 2922 ; passed, 3324.

In Hlouse : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported 1.

adversely, 3896 ; recommitted, 3897. To amend an act entitled “An act to extend the warehousing system

S. No. 520-
by establishing bonded warehouses." --[By Mr. Morrill, of

Granting a pension to Martha Stout.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.)
Reported, 2922; passed, 3324 ; passed House, 3902 ; enrolled,

3958 ; approved, 3984.

In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; reported To amend an act entitled “An act concerning the registering and S. No. 521–

and passed, 3892.
recording of ships or vessels." -[ By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
Referred, 2689 ; reported, 806145 passed, 3245; passed House,

Granting a pension to the children of William M. Wooten,

deceased. - [By Mfr. Van Winkle.] In House : Received from Senate, 3271 ; referred, 3477 ; reported

Reported, 2922 ; passed, 8325; passed House with amend.

ments, 3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, 4097; concurred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled,

4159; approved, 4235. In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported

and passed with amendments, 3892; conference report agreed

to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186. To authorize the Commissioner of the Revenue to settle the

accounts of Andrew S. Core.-[By Mr. Williams. ] Reported, 2922; passed, 3214 ; passed House with amendments,

3566 ; concurred in, 3570; enrolled, 3607; approved, 3771. In House: Received from Senate, 3236; referred, 3327; reported

and passed with amendments, 3556; agreed to by Senate, 3594;

enrolled, 3597. S. No. 523_!!! To regulate the appointment and promotion of consolar clerks.

[By Mr Chandler.]

Referred, 2922.
S. No, 521–
To facilitate the decision of questions of conflict of jurisdiction

between the United States and the States by the Supreme

Court of the United States.-[By Mr. Davis. ]
Referred, 2922.

and passed, 3895. S. No. 502—

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Mexico.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.]
Referred, 2689.

8. No. 503–

Referred, 2689. S. No. 504–

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Maine.]

Referred, 2689.

S. No. 505

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S.No. 506–

8733; enrolled, 3748 ; approved, 3771.

and passed, 3732 ; enrolled, 3762.
For the payment of the claim of Charles A. Sumner and William

M. Cutter.– [By Mr. Johnson.]
Referred, 2727.

8. No. 507–

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8. No. 608—

of Washington, District of Columbia. -[By Mr. Patterson, of

Referred, 2760, 2017 at onerasyonu 8. No. 509- Avertis

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S. No. 525–

S. No. 542-
To authorize the establishment of customs ports of delivery on the For the relief of Thomas W. Ward, collector of customs at Corpus
Pacific coast of the United States.-[By Mr. Corbett.]

Christi

, Texas. - [By Mr. Chandler.]
Referred, 2922.

Referred; 3116; reported, 3240; passed, 3247; passed House,

3869; enrolled, 3872; approved, 3984.
S. No. 526-

In House: Received from Senate, 8271 ; referred, 3476; reported
To amend an act incorporating the Washington and Georgetown

and passed, 3883; enrolled, 3886.
Railroad Company. - [By Mr. Corbett.]
Referred, 2922; reported adversely, 3213.

S. No, 5434

To provide for a further issue of temporary loan certificates for
S. No. 527–

the purpose of redeeming and retiring the remainder of the
For the relief of the widow of Colonel T. B. Ransom, and mother

outstanding compound interest 'notes.-[By Mr. Catteļl. ]
of the late Brevet Major General T. G. Ransom.-[By Mr.

Referred, 3130; reported, 9240; discussed, 3857, 3903, 4025,
Morrill, of Vermont.]

4144, 4146 ; passed, 4146; passed House, 4400; enrolled,
Referred, 2922; indefinitely postponed, 3767.

4403; approved, 4450.
S. No. 528—

In House : Received from Senate: 4182 ; 'referred, 4343 ; reported
To carry into effect the decree of the district court of the United

and passed, 4389; enrolled, 4396.
States for the southern district of New York in the case of the

S. No. 5444
British steamer Labuan.-[By Mr. Sumner.]

To provide for a board of commissioners for the District of
Reported, 2958; discussed, 3315.

Columbia.-[By Mr. Sherman.]
S. No. 6294

Referred, 3130.
Establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies

S. No, 545-
of the United States.-[By Mr. Wilson.]
Referred, 2959; reported, 3420; discussed, 3580, 3873; passed,

Granting a pension to Hannah Cook.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]

Reported, 3145; passed, 3325.
3874.
1

'. In House: Received from Senate, 8345; referred, 3346; com.
In House: Received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491.

...mittee discharged, referred anew, 3613,
S. No. 530+017

S. No. 546–
Relating to patents. - [By Mr. Ferry.]

For the relief of Jane McMurray.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
Referred, 2959; reported, 3382.

Reported, 3145; passed, 8325.
S. No. 581111

In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; com-
For the organization, government, and payment of the Army.-

mittee discharged, referred anew, 8613,
: [By Mr. Wilson.]

S. No. 547–
Referred, 2996.
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Granting a pension to John Sheets.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.)
S. No. 632—

Reported, 3145; passed, 3325; passed House with amendments,
To incorporate the Uniontown and Washington City Railroad

3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, 4097; con-
Company, in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Harlan.]

curred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159;
Referred, 3051; reported, 3708.

approved, 4235.
S. No. 533–

In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported
To establish Cambridge, in the State of Maryland, a port of

and passed with amendments, 3892 ; conference report agreed
delivery. - [By Mr. Chandler.] ,

to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182.
Reported, 3031, passed, 3240.

S. No. 548
In House: Received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3476.

Granting a pension to Almanda Stackhouse and the children of
S. No: 584 iliom

Parks J. Stackhouse, deceased.-[By Mr. Van Winkle. ]
Relating to contested elections in the city of Washington, District

Reported, 3146 ; passed, 3325.
by of 1,175.7of Columbia. [By Mr Stewart.)

In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3846.
Referred, 3051; reported, 3074; discussed, 3116, 3120; passed, | S. No. 549–

3130; passed Honse, 3163;, enrolled, 3183; not returned, Granting an increase of pension to Catharina Eckhardt.--[By Mr.
become a law, 3417.

Van Winkle.]
in In House: Received from Sepatę, 145; called up and discussed, Reported, 3146; passed, 8825; passed House, 3902; enrolled,
3172; passed, 3174; enrolled, 3199 ; not returned, become

3958; approved, 3984.
1.74**
a law, 3761.

In House ; Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; reported
S. No. 535-

and passed, 3897.
To reward the services of Matthew Low, of Nassau,-[By Mr. | S. No. 550—
Sumner.] ?

For the relief of Robert Ford.--[By Mr. Howe.]
.:.,
Reported, 3073; passed, 3718.

Reported, 3146, passed, 3721; passed House, 4096; enrolled,
In House : Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490.

4096; approved, 4234.
S. No. 536–

In House : Received from Senate, 3761 ; passed, 4090;, enrolled,
For the relief of Elizabeth Carson.-[By Mr. Willey].

4133.
Reported, 3074; passed, 3347, 3348.

S. No. 551-
In House: Received from Senate, 3381 ; referred, 4433.

To carry into effect the two several decrees of the district court of
S, No. 537-

the United States for the district of Louisiana in the cases of
For the relief of Walter Crane, of Michigan.-[By Mr. Chandler.]

the British vessels Volant and Science. ---[By Mr. Sumner.]
Referred, 3074,

Reported, 3146.
S. No. 538

S. No. 552–
In addition to an act to regulate the times and manner of holding

To provide for the better security of life on board of steamboats
elections for Senators in Congress.-[By Mr. Edmunds. ]

and steamships and other vessels.-[By Mr. Forler.)
Referred, 3074; reported, 3274; discussed, 3382; passed, 3384.

Referred, 3146.
In House : Received from Senate, 3413; referred, 4433.

S. No. 553–
S. No. 539–

To pay Stephen G. Montano, a citizen of Peru, an unpaid balance
To incorporate the Potomac Navigation Company:-(By Mr.

of money awarded to him by the mixed commission authorized
Patterson, of New Hampshire.]

by the conventiou of January 12, 1863, between the United
Referred, 3074.

States and Peru.-[By Mr. Sumner.]
S. No. 540-=iiiuit

Reported, 3176 ; passed, 3505.
To regulate the sale of hay in the District of Columbia. - [By Mr.

In House, Received from Senate, 3585; referred, 4475.
Patterson, of New Hampshire.]

S. No. 554-
Referred, 3074; reported and passed, 3213; passed House, 4442;

To promote commerce among the States and to cheapen trans-
enrolled, 4451; approved, 4506,

portation of the mails and military and naval stores.-[By
In House: Received from Senate, 3236; passed, 4430; enrolled,

) Mr. Sherman.]
4479.

Referred to select committee, 3176.
S. No. 5414

S. No. 555—
To amend an act entitled "An'act to aid the construction of

Authorizing the allowance of the claim of the State of Minnesota
certain railroads in the State of Wisconsin,'' approved

i to lands for the support of a State university.-[By Mr.
May 5, 1864.-[By Mr. Howe.]

Hendricks. ]
Referred, 3116.

Reported, 8220; passed, 8721.
In House: Received from Senate, 8761; referred, 4490.

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8. No. 564–

Referred, 3504; reported, 3733; discussed, 4435, 4440; passed,
Referred, 3504; reported, 3814; called up, 4452.

8. No. 536–

S. No. 572-
pos

To revise the grant of lands to aid in the construction of a railroad To incorporate the Island City Harbor Company.--[By Mr.
from Selma to Gadsden, in the State of Alabama, and to extend

Sprague.]
ise,

the time for the completion of said road.[By Mr. Pomeroy.] Referred, 3504.
Referred, 3240.

S. No. 573-
ted
& No. 557-

To provide for a life-boat to be stationed on Narragansett bear'ı,
For completing a direct and continuous line of railroad from Wash-

Rhode Island.--[By Mr. Sprague.]
ington city to Mobile and other points South, creating a post Referred, 3504; reported, 3552.
for

route from Washington city to Mobile and New Orleans.-[By | S. No.574'
the
Mr. Pomeroy.)

Supplementary to the act to amend certain acts in relation to the
Referred, 3240; referred anew, 3314.

Navy, passed March 2, 1867.-[By Mr. Drake.]
25,
S. No. 6584

Reported, 3539.
ed
,
To extend the limits of certain land grants in Iowa and Minnesota.--

S. No. 575–
[By Mr. Ramsey.]

To refer the claim of Joseph Segar to the Court of Claims.--[By
Referred, 3240.

Mr. Willey.)
S. No. 659

Reported, 3540; called up, 4159; discussed, 4407; passed with
Toanthorize the Secretary of the Interior to rent rooms necessary

amendment and title amended, 4411.
for the speedy and convenient transaction of the business of the In House : Received from Senate, 4430, 4434.
Patent Office. --By Mr. Willey.)

S. No. 576–
Referred, 3240.

Relating to the district courts of Utah Territory. [By Mr. Cole.]
8. No. 560

Referred, 3540; reported, 3815; passed, 3874 ; passed House,
To transfer the Indian Bureau and Indian affairs from the Interior

4459; approved, 4517.
Department to the War Department.--[By ur. Pomeroy.]

In House : Received from Senate, 3928 ; passed, 4491 ; enrolled,
Referred, 3276.

4496.
8. No. 561-

S. No. 577
To incorporate the Citizens' Gas Company of the District of To amend an act entitled "An act to exempt certain manufacturers
Colambia.—[By Mr. Harlan.]

from internal tax," approved March 31, 1868.-(By Mr.
Referred, 3275.

Cragin.)
$. No. 562-

: "Referred, 3540.
For the relief of the United States Express Company.-[By Mr. S. No. 578—
Morgan.)

To regulate trade between the United States and the British North
Referred, 3275.

American Provinces.-[By Mr. Ramsey.]
8. No. 563—

Referred, 3540.
For the preservation of the harbors of the United States against S. No. 579—.
ericroachments.--[By Mr. Morgan. ]

To establish a new land district in the State of Nebraska.--[By
Referred, 3316; reported, 3671.

Mr. Thayer.]

Referred, 3540; reported, 3857; passed, 3860; passed House,
d
Concerning the tax commissioners of the State of Arkansas. [By

4485; approved, 4506.
Mr. Stewart.]

In House : Received from Senaté, 3885; passed, 4428; enrolled,

4468.
Referred, 3382, reported, 3607; passed and title amended,
3709; passed' House, 3984; enrolled, 4024; approved, 4235.

S. No. 580--
In House: Received from Senate, 3732; referred, 3883; reported For the relief of Frederiek Vincent, administrator of James Le
and passed, 4002; enrolled, 4052.

Caze, surviving partner of Le Caze & Mallet. - [By Mr. Nye.]

Reported, 3566.
To anthorize the Secretary of State to adjust the claim of Gustavus S. No. 581

J. Cushman for office rent while commissioner under the To provide for the election of certain territorial officers by the
reciprocity treaty.-[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine. ]

people.[By Mr. Fowler.]
Referred, 3382 ; reported, 3858 ; passed, 4397.

Referred, 8580.
In House : Received from Senate, 4395.

S. No. 582
To authorize a bridge to be constructed between Boston and East

To incorporate the District of Columbia Concrete Stone Company.-
Boston.-[By Mr. Wilson. ]

[By Mr. Harlan.]

Referred, 3580; reported, 3671.

S. No. 583-
Relating to the Preedmen's Burean, and providing for its discon-

In relation to the transportation of United States mails by railroad
tinuance.

companies.-[By Mr. Ramsey.]
Referred, 3424 reported, 3566; discussed, 3954 ; passed,

Referred, 3608; reported, 3671.
House amendments concurred in, 4039; enrolled, 4075;

3956;

S. No. 584m!
vetoed, 4450 ; passed over veto, 4451; presentation to Secretary

Relating to the finding of indictments in the courts of the United

States in the late rebel States.-[By Mr.'Conkling.)
In House: Received from Senate, 3974; discussed, 4004;

Referred, 3645; reported, 8983.
passed with amendments, 4007; agreed to by Senate, 4080;

S. No. 5854
enrolled, 4082; vetoed, 4179; passed over veto by Senate,

Fixing the time for the next meeting of Congress.--- [ By Mr.

Edmunds. ]

Printed, 3671; called 3718.
To provide for the erection of a building for a post office and the
United States courts in the city of New York.-[By Mr.

S. No. 586-
For the relief of Amos Sanford, of Prairie City, Illinois.—[By

Mr. Yates.)

Referred, 3672.
S. No. 587–

To provide for retrenchment and greater efficiency in the diplo-
In House : Received from Senate, 3535; referred, 4475.

matic and consular_service of the United States. -[By Mr.

Patterson, of New Hampshire.)
Por a grant of land and granting the right of way over the public s. No. 688–

Reported, 3671.
lands to the Denver
Pacific Railway and Telegraph Company.“

For the relief of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the

Union. [By Mr. Johnson.]
Referred, 3681 ; reported, 3783; discussed, 8734; passed, 8869.
In House : Received from Senate, 3928; motion to take up,

3953; referred, 4491.
S. No. 589

To establigh certain post roads.-[By Mr. Ramsey. ]

Reported, 3708; passed, 3916.
In House': Received from Senate, 3967; passed with amend-

ments, 4492.
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S. No. 565-

8. No. 566

Referred, 3382.

8. No. 567

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of State directed, 4451.

4478; by House, 4479.

S. No. 568–

d up,

Conkling.)

Referred, 3466.
S. No. 569–
Granting relief to Lois Clark. [By Mr. Edmunds. ]
Reported and passed, 3505.

S. No. 570-

[By Mr. Harlan.)

S. No. 571-

In House: Received from Senate, 4471.
To provide for the more economical administration of the govern
ment

of the several Territories of the United States. +[By Mr.

Yates.)

40TH Cong. 20 Sess.

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S. No. 590

S. No. 608To establish the assimilated rank of the staff officers of the Navy. To incorporate the United States Postal Telegraph Company and [By Mr. Cragin.]

to establish a postal telegraph system.--[By Mr. Ramsey.] Referred, 3710.

Referred, 3901. S. No. 591

S. No. 603For the relief of 0. N. Cutler.-[By Mr. Howe.]

Transferring the duties of trustees of colored schools of Washington Peported, 3733; called up, 3874 ; discussed, 4411.

and Georgetown.--[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.]

Reported and passed, 3900.
S. No. 592-

In House: Received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491.
Relating to the Commissioner of Patents.-[By Mr. Willey.]
Referred, 3738.

S. No. 6104

In relation to corporations created by laws of the United States.S. No. 593

[By Mr. Conkling.) In addition to the acts concerning naturalization.-[By Mr.

Referred, 3901; reported, 3983; discussed, 4197 passed, 4199. Conkling. ]

In House : Received from Senate, 4226; referred, 4493. Referred, 3733.

S. No. 611S. No. 594

Authorizing the appointment of a commission to examine the For the relief of L. Merchant & Co. and Peter Rosecrantz.--[By

claim of the Territory of Montana for volunteers daring the Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.)

late Indian war, and to report upon the same.--[By Mr. Referred, 8738.

Cragin.) S. No. 595

Referred, 3954. For the relief of John Potts.—[By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.]

S. No. 612Reported, 3733 ; passed, 3877.

In relation to the proof of wills in the District of Columbia. – In House : Received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491.

[By Mr. Conkling.) S. No. 596–

Referred, 3954. For the relief of Mrs. L. T. Potter.--[By Mr. Howe.]

S. No. 613Reported, 3767; discussed, 4039; passed, 4041.

Prescribing the time for appeals in certain land cases.-[By Mr. In House : Received from Senate, 4080; referred, 4492.

Cole.)
S. No. 597-

Referred, 3984.
Granting a pension to Rebecca C. Meeker.--[By Mr. Van Winkle. ] | S. No. 614–
Reported, 3767; passed, 4362.

To pay loyal citizens in the States lately in rebellion for services In House ; Received froin Senate, 4395; referred, 4177.

in taking the United States census of 1860.-[By Mr. Mc

Donald.)
S. No. 598-
For the relief of Mary Scott.-[By Mr. Van Winkle. )

Referred, 3984.
Reported, 3767; passed, 4362 ; passed House, 4451; enrolled, S, No. 615–
4459; approved, 4506.

To provide for a commission to investigate claims arising from In House :' Received from Senate, 4335; passed, 4477 ; enrolled, depredations committed by or upon Indiaus in Kansas. - [By 4492.

Mi. Ross. ] S. No. 599–

Referred, 3934. ... Granting a pension to Mary Pearce.-[By Mr. Ross.]

S. No. 616-
Referred, 3767.

To remit the duties on a certain statue intended to surmount the S. No, 600

soldiers' monument at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. -[By Mr. | To authorize the sale of portions of the military reservations at

Cameron.)
Forts Leavenworth and Riley, in the State of Kansas.-[By

Referred, 4039.
Mr. Wilson.]

S. No. 617-
Referred, 3817; reported, 3983.

To reduce the military peace establishment of the United States.:S. No. 601

[By Mr. Wilson. ] Granting land to the Territory of Dakota in aid of the Sioux City Referred, 4070; reported, 4146 ; made special order, 4161; and Pacific Railroad Company, authorizing said company to

amendment, 4230; discussed, 4238; passed, 4251,
extend said road through the Territory of Dakota.---[By Mr.

In House: Received from Senate, 4203; referred, 4493.
Howe.]

S. No. 6184 2. Referred, 3817.

Legalizing certain locations of agricultural college scrip therein S. No. 602

designated. --[By Mr. Hove.] To provide levees to secure the low lands of Arkansas and Missouri

Referred, 4070.
from inundation, and to encourage the settlement thereof. S. No. 619-
[By Mr. McDonald.]

To extend the laws of the United States relating to customs,
Referred, 8817.

commerce, and navigation, over the territory ceded to the S. No. 603

United States by Russia, and to establish a collection district To aid in the construction of the International Pacific railroad

therein.-[By Mr. Chandler.] from Cairo, Illinois, to the Rio Grande river, to authorize the

Referred, 4070; reported, 4093; passed, 4095 ; passed House consolidation of certain railroad companies, and to provide

with amendments, 4454 ; conference, 4459, 4501, 4506; homesteads for the laborers on said roads.-[By Mr. Mc

conference report, 4507 ; concurred in by Senate, 4507 ; by Donald.]

House, 4517; enrolled, 4517; approved, 4518.
Referred, 3818.

In House: Received from Senate, 4133 ; called up, 4485; dis

cussed, 4487; passed with amendments, 4488; conference, S. No. 604

4493 ; Senate recedes, 4500; enrolled, 4500. Regulating the times and places of holding the district and circuit courts of the United States for the northern district of Florida.

S. No. 620[By Mr. Welch. ]

For the relief of Thomas Menarch and William P. Mobberly.-Referred, 3818; reported, 3983; passed, 4144; passed House,

[By Mr. McCreery.]
4459; approved, 4517.

Referred, 4071.
In House : Received from Senate, 4182; motion to take up,

S. No. 621-
4472; passed, 4492; enrolled, 4496.

Authorizing the Manufacturers' National Bank of New York to S. No. 605

change its location.-[By Mr. Cattell.] To declare a part of the Iowa river not a navigable stream.-[By

Referred, 4071; reported, 4093 ; passed, 4110; passed House, Mr. Harlan. ]

4459; approved, 4517. Referred, 3857; reported and indefinitely postponed, 3983.

In House : Received from Senate, 4175; passed, 4489; enrolled, S. No. 606

S. No. 622-
Granting a pension to Robert Watson.—[By Mr. Fowler.]
2. Referred, 3857; reported, 4197; passed, 4368; passed House,

To authorize the construction of bridges across the Ohio river.4451; enrolled, 4459; approved, 4506.

[By Mr. Ramsey.) In House : Received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477 ; enrolled,

Reported, 4093 ; recommitted, 4145; reported, 4146; discussed, 4492.

4199, 4266. 4267, 4283; passed, 4292; title amended, 4292.

In House : Received from Senate, 4334.
S. No. 607-

S. No. 6284
To amend an act incorporating the Washington and Georgetown
Railroad Company. --[By Dr. Nye.]

V. For the registration or enrollment of certain foreign-built vessels. —
Referred, 3857.

[By Mr. Morril, of Maine.] Reported, 4093.

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Relative to the holding of courts in the southern district of New
Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue an American

register to the bark Aug. Gaurdien.--[By Mr. Morrill, of
In House : Received from Senate, 8217; referred, 8476; reported, II, Mr. Williams. ]

8. No. 624

S. No. 636ind To carry into effect the decree of the district court of the United In reference to certain accounts on the books of the Treasury ] States for the distriet of Louisiana in the case of the British

Department against John A. Dix, Richard M. Blatchford, and brig Dashing Wave and ber cargo.-[By Mr. Sumner.]

George Opdyke. --By Mr. Morgan.]
Reported, 4145.

Reported, 4230.
S. No. 625—

S. No. 637és] For the relief of Miss Sue Murphy, of Decatur, Alabama.--[By 1'o authorize the city of Washington to issue bonds for the purpose Mr. Howe.]

of paying the floating debt of the city. [By Mr. Harlan.) Reported, 4146 called

up,
4149.

Read, 4321; passed, 4361; passed House, 4453 ; enrolled, 4459;

approved, 4506. S. No. 626 For the relief of Margaret Doyle.--[By Mr. Cole.]

In House: Received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4485; enrolled,

4492. 3. Reported, 4146.

S. No. 6388. No. 627– Granting an increase of pension to Sarah Hackleman, widow of

For the better organization of the district courts of the United

States within the State of Louisiana.-[By Mr. Kellogg.] ibe Brigadier General Pleasant A. Hackleman.--[By Mr. Wilson.] Referred, 4321.

91.2 he Reported, 4146; discussed, 4851.

S. No. 639 Ir. S. No. 628–

Providing for å more efficient provisional government for Missis-
Giving the right of way to certain railway companies over

sippi.-[By Mr. Wilson.]
the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth.-[By Mr. Referred, 4346.
Pomeroy.]

S. No. 640
Referred, 4147.

To provide for the payment of subsistence furnished for the Navajo S. No. 629–

Indians.“[By Mr. Thayer.]
Granting a pension to Mrs. Sallie Grifin.--[By Mr. Wilson.]

Referred, 4326 ; reported, 4439.
Reported, 4197.

S. No. 641-
Ir.
S. No. 630-

In addition to the several acts for suppressing insurrections against
Granting increase of pension to Nancy A. Stocks. [By Mr. Van

the governments of States.--[By Mr. Howe.]
Winkle.]

Hall Referred, 4346.
Reported, 4197; passed, 4868; enrolled, 4459 ; approved, 4506.

S. No. 642-
In House: Received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477; enrolled,

To amend the charter of the National Capital Insurance Company, 6 4492.

[By Mr. Patterson, of Nero Hampshire.]

Reported and passed, 4348.
Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from

In House : Received from Senate, 4380.
Nebraska City, in the State of Nebraska, to interseci with

S. No. 643-
the Union Pacific railroad.-By Mr. Tipton.]

For the relief of W. A. Griffin.-[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
Referred, 4197; reported, 4264.

Reported, 4346.

In House : Received from Senate, 4495.
Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to refund penalty,

S. No. 644
interest, and costs illegally assessed and collected under direct

To amend an act entitled "An act to prohibit the coolie trade by tax laws. --[By Mr Cattelli) ?

American citizens in American vessels." --[By Mr. Sumner.] Referred, 4197.

Reported, 4362; passed, 4452.

S. No. 645-
Granting a pension to Nancy Smith. - [By Mr. Van Winkle.)

For the relief of Henry B. Ste. Marie.--[By Mr. Cragin.]
Reported, 4228; passed, 4870; passed House, 4451 ; enrolled,

Referred, 4396..
4459; approved, 4506.

S. No. 646-
In House: Received from Senate, 4895; passed, 4477; enrolled,

To guarantee the payment of certain bonds to be issued ander the 4492

authority of the government of the State of Louisiana for the

purpose of bqilding and repairing levees in said State.---[By Granting a pension to Violet Henry By Mr. Van Winkle.)

Mr. Kellogg.]

Referred, 4450.
Reported, 4228 ; passed, 4870; passed House, 4451; enrolled, S. No. 647–
4459; approved, 4506.
In House: Received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477; enrolled,

For the relief of the heirs of Thomas Lawson, deceased.-By

Mr. Howe. ]

Reported, 4439. To extend the term of letters-patent issued to Richard M. Hoe.—

S: No. 648_

Respecting the organization of the militia in the States lately in Reported, 4230.

rebellion.-[By Mr. Wilson.]

Reported, 4467. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS. . Ja favor of A. W. Walker. - [By Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee.]

S. R. No. 40 Reported, 8504; indefinitely postponed, 4405,

To provide for the payment of the claim of Richard Chenery.

(By Mr. Conness. ] Peoporting an amendment to the Constitution of the United States. – S. R. No. 46–

In House: Passed over, 3940.
In relation to a harbor at or near Point Sal, on the coast of

California. -[By Mr. Corbett.]
To authorize the leasing of certain real estate in San Francisco.-

Amended and discussed, 2559; passed, 2561.

In House: Received from Senate; 2576; referred, 3476.
S. R. No. 57-
Relative to lighting the streets of Washington city, District of

Columbia. - [By Mr. Harlan.]
Passed House with amendment, 4442; agreed to by Senate with

amendments, 4450; agreed to by House, 4451; enrolled, 4469;

approved, 4506. In House: Report objected to, 4052; substitute reported, 4429; passed with amendments, 4430; agreed to with amendments,

concurred in, 4477 ; enrolled, 4492. S. R. No. 65

Amendatory of a joint resolution approved July 25, 1866.-[By

Reported, and indefinitely postponed, 816,

S. No. 683

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8. No. 634

4492. 8. No. 635–

(By Mr. Willey.)

S. R. No. 9

S.R. No. 10

[By Mr. Cragin.) Reported, 4093.

8. R. No. 27

(By Mr. Cole.) Recommitted, 2690.

S. R. No. 84

York.-[By Mr. Conkling.] Committee discharged, 678.

S. R. No. 36%

Maine.] Passed, 3245.

4476 ;

3782; committee discharged, 1477.

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