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Referred, 208; reported, 669; discussed, 669, 671; tabled, 673. Confirming the title of William M. Garvey to certain landsin Iowa.

XXXV H. B. No. 271–

H. R. No. 290— :II, Extending the provisions of the act entitled "An act fixing the 1-2. In relation to public schools in the cities of Washington and

1 of

compensation for bailiffs and criers of the courts of the
District of Columbia."-[By Mr. Cary.]

Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, and amendatory of

existing laws in relation thereto.-[By Mr. Ielker. ] ised Referred, 129.

Referred, 208. H. R. No. 272

H. R. No. 291ted To establish a certain post route. -[By Mr. Archer.]

For the adjustment of the claim of Nott & Co., under the treaty Referred, 129.

of 1858 with the Chinese Government.--[By Mr. Orth.] II. R. No. 273–

Referred, 208.
To amend the act of April 10, 1806, for establishing, rules and || H. R. No. 292—

articles for the government of the armies of the United States. .). To pay balance of bounty to non-commissioned officers honorably sed [By Mr. Dodge.]

mustered out of service as supernumeraries, under the order Reported and passed, 132.

of the War Department authorizing the consolidation of ed In Senate: Received from House and referred, 128.

regiments by reason of the casualties of the service.—[By H. R. No. 274–

Mr. Williams, of Indiana.]
Providing for holding a circuit court at the city of Erie, Pennsyl Referred, 208.
vania.-(By Mr. Scofield.]'.

H. R. No. 293
Referred, 134; reported and passed, 692; passed Senate, 1682;

To regulate and limit the admiralty jurisdiction of the district enrolled, 1693; approved, 1860.

courts of the United States in certain cases.-[By Mr. Kerr.] In Senate Received from House, 678; referred, 699; passed,

Referred, 209; reported, 3616; discussed, 3616; passed, 3618; edia 1646; Journal corrected and committee discharged, 1658;

indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3852. reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 2556.

In Senate: Received from House, 3607; referred, 3608; H. R. No. 275–

indefinitely postponed, 3814. of For the relief of Zephaniah Knapp, of Pittston, Luzerne county, || 1. R. No. 294-5 Pennsylvania.[By Mr. Woodward.]

To fix the time for the election of Representatives and Delegates Referred, 162.

in the Congress of the United States.--[By Mr. Julian. ] H. R. No. 276–

Referred, 209.
To amend the organic act of the Territory of New Mexico.--[By
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.]

H. R. No. 295–
Referred, 158.

To amend an act entitled "An act for a grant of land to the State

of Iowa of alternate sections to aid in the construction of a H. R. No. 277

railroad in said State,!' approved May 12, 1864. [By Mr. To facilitate the restoration of the late rebel States. [By Mrr 1.

Hubbard, of Iowa.]
Ashley, of Ohio.]

Referred, 209. De
Referred, 153.

H. R. No. 296
H. R. No. 278–

To declare the railroad and bridges of the New Orleans, Mobile, To abolish the land offices at Chillicothe, Ohio, Indianapolis,

and Chattanooga Railroad Company a post route.-[By Mr. Indiana, and Springfield, Illinois.-[By Mr. Cary.]

Washburn, of Wisconsin.]
Referred, 153; substitate reported and passed, 538.

Referred, 209; substitute, reported and passed, 666; passed
In Senate: Received from House, 520; referred, 552.

Şenate with amendments, 1160 ; concurred in, 1427; enrolled, H. R. No. 279

1455; approved, 1643. To provide for the appointment of judges for the district court of In Senate: Received from House, 674; referred, 699; reported, the district of West Tennessee.--[By Mr. Nunn. ]

845; passed with amendments, 1143 ; concurred in by House, Referred, 154.

1431; enrolled, 1443.

H. R. No. 297 To grant a pension to Margaret Huston. -[By Mr. Kerr.)

To remit the duties upon certain goods, wares, and merchandise Referred154; reported and passed, 735; passed Senate, 3336;

destroyed by fire in the city of San Francisco.--[By Mr. enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.

Axtell.]
In Senate: Received from House, 731; referred, 764; reported, Referred, 209; reported adversely, 2611.
1311; passed, 3317; enrolled, 8359.

H. R. No. 299–

Withdrawing certain lands from the operation of the homestead For the relief of E. B. Hoag. [By Mr. Ingersoll.]

and preëmption laws, and to grant the same in exchange for Referred, 166.

other lands. - [By Mr. Johnson.]

Referred, 209.
For the relief of Owen Griffin.-[By Mr. Paine. ]

H. R. No. 299–
Extending the preëmption and homestead laws of the United

States in the Territory of Idaho.“[By Mr. Holbrook.]
To increase the number of judicial districts in Texas.-[By Mr.

Referred, 209.
H. R. No. 300-
To amend the various acts establishing the Navy Department of the

United States, and to create a board of survey.--[By Mr. Pike.] For the relief of N. A. Shuttleworth, of Harrison county, West

Referred, 209.
Virginia.—[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]

H. R. No. 301-
Referred, 162; reported and passed, 3762.

For the relief of the legal heirs and representatives of the late Jane In Senate: Received from House, 3770; referred, 8771; referred

M. Judd, deceased.--[By Mr. Lincoln.] anew, 8983.

Referred, 209.

H. R. No. 302Regulating writs of error and appeals from the supreme court of the District of Columbia. --- By Mr. Poland.]

For the relief of Jerusha Sharp.--[By Mr. Lincoln.]

Referred, 209; - reported and referred anew, 361.

H. R. No. 303Relating to the back pay of soldiers and sailors. [By Mr. Fields.]

To prevent depreciating the currency.--[By Mr. Hooper, of

Massachusetts. ]

Referred, 209. In reference to aeknowledgment of deeds and other instruments

H. R. No. 304 in the Distriet of Columbia.---[By Mr. Koontz.]

Supplemental to and explanatory of certain acts of Congress

relating to officers of the Navy.--[By Mr. Schenck.]

Referred, 209.
To provide for the appointment of a marshal for the District of

•H. R. No. 305,
To amend an act entitled "An act providing for the better

organization of the military establishment,'' approved August

31, 1861.-[By Mr. Düdge.]

Referred, 209. & R. No. 306

For the relief of Ellen Murphy. [By Mr. Barnes.]

Referred, 209.

H. R. No. 2804

H. R. No. 281

H. R. No. 282

Referred, 162 H. R. No. 283

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Lawrence, of Ohio.]

Referred, 162. H.R. No. 284

H. R. No. 285–

Referred, 208

I. R. No. 286

Referred, 208.

H. R. No. 287

Referred, 208. H. R. No. 288—

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H. D. No. 289—

[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.] Referred, 208

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H. R. No. 307

H. R. No. 322— Dow; To facilitate the resumption -of specie payments. - [By Mr. For the relief of Francisco V. De Costa, of Kingston, Minnesota. Hubbard, of Iowa. ]

[By Mr. Donnelly-] Referred, 209.

Referred, 267. H. R. No. 308—

H. R. No. 323– To authorize the companies building the Union Pacific railroad, To anthorize the taxation of United States notes and national or any branch thereof, to select sites for certain purposes

bank notes by or under State authority.--[By Mr. Hooper, of

Massachusetts.]
therein named.--[By Mr. Wilson, of. Iowa.]
Referred, 203.

Referred, 286 ; postponed, 3885.
II. R. No. 309-

H. R. No. 324-
We Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations To amend the law in relation to pensions. [By Mr. Cullom.]

for the service of the Government for the fiscal year ending Referred, 286.
the 30th of June, 1868.-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylva- H. R. No. 325-
wia.]

For the relief of Henry B. Mears.--[By Mr. Coburn. }
Reported and printed, 210; discussed, 213; tabled, and bill

Referred, 286.
(H. R. No. 313) substituted, 215.

H. R. NO. 326
H. R. No. 310-

For the relief of David Braden.[By Mr. Gobiern.]
For the better establishment of certain claims.--[By Mr. Maynard. ] Referred, 286. :
Referred, 213.

H. R. No. 327: 8. R. No. 311

To amend the act providing for the pay of jurors in the cireuit and To pension the soldiers of the war of 1812.--(By Mr. Maynard.]

district courts of the United States. -[By Mr. Coburn.] Referred, 213.

Referred, 286. H. R. No. 312

H. R. No. 328– Making provision for officers and soldiers not mustered into the lo establish certain post roads.-[By Mr. Farnswoorth.) service. --By Mr. Maynard.]

Reported and passed, 286; passed Senate with amendments, Referred, 213.

1861; referred, 1861; reported and coneurred in with

amendments, 1993 ; agreed to by Senate, 2045; agreed to by H, R. No. 313

: House, 2078 enrolled, 2132. Making partial appropriations for deficiencies in the appropriations

In Senate : Received from House, 281 ; referred, 282, reported, for the service of the Government for the fiscal year ending

1026 ; discussed, 1808 ; passed with amendment, 1809; agreed 80th June, 1808. [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. ] Substituted for bill (H. R. No. 309,) 215, passed, 216; passed by enrolled, 2128.!.! de

to by House with amendment, 2021; concurred in, 2030 ; Senate with amendments, 309; discussed, 315; non-concurred in, 316; recalled from Senate and recommitted, 506; motion

H. R. No. 329to reconsider, 506.

To amend an act entitled "An act to regulate the foreign coasting In Senate : Received from House, 220 ; referred, 220 ; reported,

trade on the northern, northeastern, and northwestern frontiers 271; discussed, 271, passed with amendments, 271.

of the United States," approved June 17, 1864. --(By Mr.

Judd.] H. R. No. 314

Referred, 286,
To amend section eleven of the supplemental pension act approved | H. R. No. 330-
June 6, 1866.--[By Mr. Van Horn, of Nero York.]

For the relief of Joseph Hill & Sons.—[By Mr. Higby. I
Referred, 229.

Referred, 286 ; committee discharged, 1508.
II. R. No. 315–
To

H. R. No. 331-
pay certain troops of Cincinnati who were engaged in putting
down the Kirby Smith raid in 1862.-[By Mr. Eggleston.]

To facilitate the payment of soldiers' bounties under the act of
Referred, 230.

1866.-[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.)

Printed and made special order for 6th of January, 295; called II. R. No. 316–

up, 333; discussed, 336, 340, 358; passed, 359; passed Senate To amend an act entitled "An act to extend the warehousing

with amendment, 1813; conference, 1818, 1904 ; report, 1960; system by establishing private bonded warehouses.-[By Mr.

agreed to by Senate, 1960; agreed to by House, 1960; enrolled, Lynch.)

1968 ; approved, 2026, Referred, 241.

In Senate : Received from House, 346; referred, 358; reported, 1. R. No. 317

404; discussed, 650, 1622 ; referred, 1624 ; reported, 1787 i To provide for the publication of the laws.--[By Mr. Butler, of

passed with amendments, 1789; disagreed to by House, 1812; Massachusetts. ]

conference, 1812, 1886 ; conference report, 1940; concurred Referred, 241.

in, 1940; enrolled, 1943. H. R. No. 318.

H. R. No. 332To amend an act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy. —

Granting the right of way over the public lands of the United [By Mr. Kelley.)

States to the Oroville and Virginia City Railroad Company, Referred, 257; committee discharged, referred anew, 692.

and to provide for its construction.-[By Mr. Johnson, H. R, No. 319

Referred, 295; reported, 3103 ; referred anew, 3104. To furnish honorable discharges to certain soldiers and sailors,

H. R. No. 333and to repeal section twenty-one of an act to provide for

To amend the act of July 4, 1864, to allow the further time of two enrolling and calling out the national forces, approved March

years for the filing of applications for pensions. - [By Mr. 3, 1865.-- [ By Mr. Garfield.]

Stokes.
Gube '
Reported, 257 ; discussed, 257, 283.

Referred,

817, H. R. No. 320

H, R, No. 884Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations

To relieve vessels engaged in the coasting trade from filing for the execution of the reconstruction laws, and for the service

manifests.-By Mr. Pike.] of the quartermaster's department of the Government for

Referred, 330.
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868.-[By Mr. Butler, of

H. R. No. 335-
Massachusetts.)

In relation to appeals in equity--(By Mr. Poland.]
Reported and printed, 260; discussed, 287, 290; passed, 291;

Referred, 330.
passed Senate with amendment, 582; referred, 589, reported,

H. R. No. 336– 673; called up, 687; discussed, 688; Şenate amendment

For the relief of Lavius J. McIlvaine.+[By Mr. Koontz.) non concurred in, 690 ; Senate insists, 735, 806; cooference,

Referred, 330.
783 ; report, 836.,, agreed to by Senatę, 836; agreed to by H. R. No, 337-,

House, 836; enrolled, 838.
In Senate: Received from House and referred, 299; reported,

To establish a mail route from Mt. Carmel, in the county of 434; called up, 537; discussed, 561 ; passed with amendments,

Northumberland, Pennsylvania, to Danville, in said State. 565; disagreed to by House with amendments, 678; referred,

[By Mr. Miller.]

Referred, 330. 703 reported, 721 | House' amendments disagreed to, 722; JEDNA conference, 789; report, 818; concurred in by Senate, 818

H. R. No. 338 enrolled, 818.

For the redemption of legal-tender notes.-+[By Mr. Broomall.] H, R. No. 321–

• Referred, 330. To provide internal revenue to support the Government, to pay

H. R. No. 339— interest on the publie debt.-[By Mr. Hunter.}

Granting an increased pension to Elizabeth Magpe. ---[By Mr.
Referred, 287,

Mercur.)
Referred, 881.

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_ By Mr. Windom.]

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the Court of Claims, and to provide for the payment of certain
demands for quartermaster's stores and subsistence supplies || H. R. No. 370

furnished to the armies of the United States," approved July Granting lands to the State of Wisconsin for a wagon-road.-[By

XXXVII H. R. No. 340–

.1.H. R. No. 856To amend section twenty-five, chapter one hundred and sixty. 11'Making a grant of land to the Territory of Dakota in alternate two, of the acts of the second session Twenty-Fifth Congress,

sections to aid in the construction of a certain railroad in said relative to paymasters in the Army.-[By Mr. Washburn, of

Territory.- [By Mr. Donnelly. ]
Indiana.)

Referred, 331.
Referred, 381., i
H. R. No. 357

.!! H. R. No. 341

To amend an act entitled "An act to aid in the construction of a To amend the twelfth section of the soldiers' bounty law! 88

railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri river to the contained in an act making appropriations for sundry, civil Pacific ocean, and to secure to the Government the use of the expenses of the Government for the year ending June 80, 1867, same for postal, military, and other purposes," approved July approved July 28, 1866.-[By Mr. Kerr.]

1, 1862.-[By Mr. Donnelly.]

I.11 Referred, 331.

tors Referred, 831.43 H. R. No. 342–

1. H. R. No. To establish certain post routes. [By Mr Kern..]

T

For the relief of settlers on the late Sioux Indian reservation in Read and referred. 331.

the State of Minnesota. - [By Mri Windom:] H. R. No. 343–

Referred, 831; reported and passed, 588; passed Senate, 1633; Repealing a certain portion of an act of the Legislative Assembly

enrolled, 1668; approved, 1806. of Colorado Territory authorizing a lottery, and to prevent

I Senate Received from House, 520 ; referred, 552; reported, swindling in the Territories of the United States. [By Mr.

786 ; passed, 1622 ;' enrolled, 1657. Ingersoll.]

H. R. No. 359and Read and referred, 331.

Amendatory of the homestead law.-[By
H. R. No. 341–

Referred, 331; reported 538; passed, 540.
To incorporate the Washington Target-Shooting Association in the In Senate: Received from House, 520; 'referred, 552.

District of Columbia. - [ By Mr. Ingersoll.
Referred,

H. R. No. 360—
reported and passed, 830; passed Senate with

To provide for a geological and mineralogical survey of the conference report, 4004; agreed to by House, 4004; by Senate,

Territory of New Mexico.-[By Mr. Clever.]

. by 4061; enrolled, 4173; approved, 4422.

.

1 :: Referred, 331. In Senate: Received from House, 818 ; referred, 846 ; reported,

' H. R. No. 3612594; passed with amendments, 3713, 3714 ; disagreed to by

To provide for the completion of the capitol of New Mexico, the House, 3872; motion to recede, 3872; conference,

3916, 3956 ;

building of a penitentiary, and the establishment of free public conference report, 4025; concurred in by House, 4024; by

schools in each county in said State.—[By Mr. Clever.] Senate, 4025; enrolled, 4151.

Referred, 331. H. R. No. 845

H. R, No. 362To incorporate the Farmers and Batehers' Company of George

To establish certain post routes in New Mexico.-[By Mr. Clevor. ] town, District of Columbia.+[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Referred, 331.
Referred, 331.

H. R. No. 363–
H. R. No. 346–

Amendatory of an act to provide a temporary government for the To authorize the sale of the Lazaretto near Philadelphia.-[By

Territory of Colorado. - [By Mr. Chilcott.]
Mr. Washburne, of Minois.]

Referred, 331.
Referred, 331.

H. RI No. 364

For the further relief of citizens of Denver.-[By Mr. Chilcott.]
To amend an act to divide the State of Illinois into two judicial
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Referred, 331.
districts, approved February 18, 1855. -[By Mr. Raun.] H. R. No. 365-
Referred, 331; reported and passed, 1769; passed Senate with
amendments, 2336; concurred in, 3477 ; enrolled, - 3484;

Constituting eight hours a day's work for all laborers, workmen approved, 3809.

"*" and mechanice employed by or on behalf of the Government

tit, 197919
In Senate: Received from House, 1782; referred, 1782 ; reported,

of the United States. - [By Mr. Banks. ]
8213; passed with amendments, 3313; concurred in by House,

Read and discussed, 334; passed, 336; passed Senate, 3466 ; 3466; enrolled, 3521.

enrolled, 3481 ; approved, 3731. In Senate: Received from House, 346 ; referred, 358; discussed,

2802, 2803, 3424; passed, 3429; enrolled, 3466. To provide for holding terms of the United States district court for the western district of Missouri at St. Josepb.--[By Mr.

H. R. No. 366

To incorporate the National Hotel Company of Washington eity. Referred, 331; reported and passed, 3619.

[ By Mr. Stone.] In Senate: Received from House, 3630; referred, 3632.

Referred, 340; reported, 3060 ; passed, 3061; passed Senate,

3793 ; enrolled, 3809; approved, 4004. To constitute St. Joseph, in the State of Missouri, & port of

In Senate: Received from House, 3053; referred, 3058. delivery.-[By Mr, Lóan.)

reported and passed, 3716; enrolled, 3770. H. R. No. 367–

To provide for the consolidation of the Indian tribes and the To authorize clerks of couris of record to administer, ontbs in

organization of a system of government in the Indian proceedings in bankruptcy:--[By Mr. Loughridge.?

territory.(By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.] Referred , 331; committee discharged; referred anew, 692,

Referred, 340.

H. R. No. 368 Providing for the payment of soldiers' bounties in case of the death

Authbrizing the sale of an anoccupied military site at Waterford, of the applicant. -[By Mr. Loughridge.]

Pennsylvania.--[By Mr. Scofield.] ! * 1,11;

Referred, 358; reported, 698; passed, 693 ; passed Senate,,

1619; enrolled, 1632; approved, 1703. 27 ilin

1 To establish a post route from Vinton, Iowa, via Belle-Plain; to

In Senate: Received' from House, 678 ; referred, 698; reported Victor, in same State.--[By Mr. Loughridge}

and passed, 1568; enrolled, 1624. H. R. No. 369To prevent frauds in the collection of the tax on distilled spírits. -JI?

To establish a post route from Orleans to Wellgo- Mills, Towal -1

Schenck
Reported, 364; discussed, 364 ; passed, 366 ; passed Senate

with amendment, 422; concurred in, 422; enrolled, 433!!

$9 7. ' approved, 510. To amend an act entitled "An act to restrict the jurisdiction of

In Senate: Received from House, 346; referred, 358; reported,

404 ; passed with amendment, 404; concurred in by House,

405; enrolled, 434. To prevent the further sale of the public lands of the United

States except as provided for in the preëmption and homestead

laws and the laws for disposing of town sites and mineral p" lands.-[By Mr. Julian.] Reported and recommitted, 871; reported back, 508; postponed

to January 28, and printed, 508 ; motion to reconsider, 538 ; called up, 1693 ; discussed, 1712, 2379, 2380, 2883.

H. R. No. 347–

H. R. No. 348–

Loan.)

H. R. No. 349

Referred, 331. H. R. No. 850–

H. R. No. 351–

Referred, 381, H. R. No. 352

Referred, 331. H. R. No. 353–

(By Mr. Loughridge. It Referred, 831.3.

H. R. No. 354

4, 1864.-[By Mr. Allison.]

Referred, 331. 1. R. No. 865

Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.) Referred, 881.

XXXVII

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H. R. No. 371

8.07 1 Al H, R. No. 3894 For the protection in certaio cases of persons making

disclosure To authorize the Postmaster General to put up improved letter: bies to as defendants or testifying as witnesses.--[By Mr. Wilson, of der Tolboxes.--[By Mr. Bromwell.]

Referred, 473.
Iowa.)

color

1,319.01.18 Referred, 416.

H. R. No. 390— H. R. No. 372–

To establish a mail route in Illinois.—[By Mr. Burr. ] 31st

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Referred, 473.
amend act approved March 2, 1867, entitled "An act to

- nebo 1.54
establish a uniform system of bankruptey throughout the H. R. No. 891-
United States.--[By Mr. Arnell.]

Relieving S. C. Lyford, of the ordnance department United States iul Referred, 417; committee discharged, referred anew, 192.

Army, from responsibility for money lost in the Government H. R. No. 373–

mail.

- [By Mr. Pile.] To place the name of Mahala A. Straight upon the pension-roll Referred, 474; reported and withdrawn, 592. of the United States.—[By Mr. Cullom.]

H. R. No. 3924 Referred, 417; reported and passed, 1039; passed Senate with To establish post routes from Saginaw to St. Louis, and from Isabella amendments, 3337; disagreed to, 3693 ; conference, 3693,

to Midland, in the State of Michigan.--[By Mr. Driggs. ]
3732; conference report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; Referred, 474.
by House, 3937; enrolled, 3981; approved, 4255.

H. R. No. 893-
In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported,

Defining the act making appropriations for the repair, &c., of 1404; passed with amendments, 3918; conference, 3688;

certain fortifications, approved March 2, 1862.-- [By Mr. conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by

Driggs. ]
House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

Referred, 474.
H. R. No. 374–

H. R. No. 394To establish a system of schools for the District of Columbia which

Confirming title to Little Rock Island, in the Mississippi river. shall serve as a model for similar institutions throughout the

[By Mr. Price] Union.-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]

Referred, 474; reported and passed, 1703. fit Reported, 443; substitute printed, 537.

In Senate: Received from House, 1702; referred, 1702 ; H. R. No. 375–

reported, 3566. In relation to taxing shares of national banks.—[By Mr. Blaine.] H. R. No. 395— Referred, 473.

Granting a pension to Rachel Floyd, widow of Joseph Floyd, late H. R. N6. 376–

private in company B, twentieth Iowa volunteer infantry.For the relief of certain officers.-[By Mr. Blaine. ]

(By Mr. Price.) Referred, 473.,

Referred, 474, H. R. No. 377

H. R. No. 396– To continue the Bureau for the Relief of Freedmen and Refugees. For the relief of Samuel Tibbetts. - [By Mr. Loughridge.] [By Mr. Eliot.]

Read and referred, 474; reported and passed, 3763; passed Referred, 473.

Senate, 4493 ; enrolled, 4496; approved, 4500. H. R. No. 378—

In Senate: Received from House, 3749; referred, 3767; reported, ! To further regulate the registry of vessels.-[By Mr. Humphrey.]

4450; passed, 4460. Referred, 473.

H. R. No. 397H. R. No. 379–

Regulating the use of the franking privilege.-[By Mr. Lorighridge.] Requiring the concurrence of two thirds of the judges of the Supreme Referred, 474.

Court of the United States in order to pronounce a law passed || H. R. No. 398—
by Congress to be unconstitutional.—(By Mr. Miller.]

Granting a pension to William B. Looney.-[By Mr. Dodge.]
Referred, 473 ; committee discharged, 668.

Referred, 474; reported adversely, 733.
H. R. No. 380—

H. R. No. 899•:1 Relating to mailable matter sent to certain societies and public

For the relief of David A. Miller.-[By Mr. Donnelly.]
libraries.—[By Mr. O'Neill.]

Referred, 474; reported adversely, 3655.
Referred, 473.

H. R. No. 400-
H. R. No. 381–

Authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri 1- To establish certain post roads in the State of Delaware.—[By Mr.

river upon the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, and Nicholson.]

to provide for the reduction of said reservation.- [By Mr. Referred, 473.

Clarke, of Kansas.]'... H. R. No. 382

Referred, 474. Making appropriation for the improvement of the harbor of Port || H. R. No. 401– Clinton, Ohio.-[By Mr. Buckland. ]

For the relief of John Whiteford, late captain in the first regiment Referred, 473.

of Arkansas infantry.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ] H. R. No. 383_

Referred, 474. Granting pension to John Hamilton, of Ohio.-[By Mr. Lawrence, || H. R. No. 402-. of Ohio.

For the relief of Charles Butterfield, a Chippewa half-breed Referred, 473.

Indian.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.) H. R. No. 884 0902

Referred, 474; reported adversely, 2538. Authorizing the building of a railroad bridge across the Ohio river || H. R. No. 403–

at Paducah, Kentucky:-[By Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.] Referred, 473; reported, 1471; discussed, 1471; passed, 1637.

To extend the right of citizenship to certain Mexican citizens

residing in New Mexico. [By Mr. Clever.] In Senate: Received from House, 1657 ; referred, 1658; reported, Referred, 474.

1863; resolution to recommit, 2509; discussed, 2545; H. R. No. 404

recommitted, 2548; reconsidered, 2556; recommitted, 2559. To facilitate and cheapen the transportation of military supplies H. R. No. 385–

in Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico.-[By Mr. Clever.] be To appropriate money for rebuilding the Tennessee blind-school Referred, 474; reported adversely, 3943. building.--[By Mr. Trimble, of Tennessee.]

H. R. NO. 405
Referred, 473.

To increase and improve the territorial library of New Mexico.-
H. R. No, 886–
For the funding of the national debt.-[By Mr. Hunter.]

[By Mr. Clever.)

Referred, 474.
Referred, 473.

H. R. No, 406%
H.R. No. 387-

To facilitate the transportation of United States supplies and
To fix the compensation of the United States depositary at
Chicago.- [By Mr. Judd.]

prevent the loss of United States property in New Mexico.

By Mr. Clever.]
Referred, 473; reported and passed, 4951; indefinitely postponed Referred, 474; reported adversely, 3943.
by Senate, 4175.

H. R. No. 407–
In Senate: Received from House, 4031; referred, 4031; committee
discharged and bill indefinitely postponed, 408:3.

For the repair, preservation, and improvement of the old palace H. R. No. 888

building” in Santa Fe, New Mexico. [By Mr. Clever. ]

Referred, 474. 1 Touamend an act entitled "An act to extend jurisdietion of the H. R. No. 408

district courts of the United States in certain cases on the
lakes and pavigable waters connecting with the same,"

Granting aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line approved February 20, 1845.--[By Mr. Judd.]

from the Union Pacific railroad to Idalo, Portland, (Oregon,) Referred, 478.

Montana, and Puget sound. -- [By Mr. Holbrook.]
Referred, 474.

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Amendatory of an act entitled "An act for the relief of certain

Referred, 475; reported and passed, 4083.
Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to settle the account of

Referred, 475; bill for the relief of Mary A. Filler reported as
In Senate: Received from House, 2690; referred, 2701 ; referred || H. R. No. 443—

H. R. No. 409

H. R. No. 427-
For the relief of Joel H. Lucia. [By Mr. Woodbridge.]

To incorporate the Washington Benevolent Butchers' Association
Referred, 474.

of the District of Columbia.--[By Mr. Koontz.]

Referred, 475.
H. R. No. 410
For the relief of Friend A. Brainard.-[By Mr. Woodbridge.] H. R. No. 428-
Referred, 474.

To repeal section three of the act approved July 23, 1866,

establishing a metropolitan board of police for the District H. R. No. 411For the relief of Almira Wyeth.--[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.]

of Columbia.—[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] Referred, 474; reported and passed, 736; passed Senate with

Referred, 475; reported adversely and tabled, 2162, amendments,

168099336 ; agreed to, ' 3692;, enrolled, 8702; . R.NO: 4200Ti approved, 3809.

For the relief and pay of certain volunteer soldiers and sailors In Senate: Received from House, 731; referred, 764; reported,

therein designated.-[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] 1311; passed, 3317; enrolled, 3688.

Referred, 475.
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H. R. No. 412

H. R. No. 430-
For the relief of John McManus, of Chautauqua county, New

Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue a new bond to
York.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

Rebecca J. Sheppard, of Philadelphia, in the place of a similar of Referred, 474.

one destroyed by fire. - [By Mr. Myers. ]

Referred, 475. r. H. R. No. 413—

To fix the compensation of the First Comptroller of the Treasury.-H. R. No. 431---
[By Mr. Welker.]

For the relief of Benjamin Malone, late additional paymaster in
Referred, 474,

the Army.-[By Mr. Myers. ] H. R. No. 414

Referred, 475.
To preserve the evidence of marriages in the District of Columbia.- || H. R. No. 432—
[By Mr. Welker.]

For the relief of James Keenan.-[By Mr. Robinson.]
Referred, 474; reported, 2163.

Referred, 475.
H. R. No. 415—

H. R. No. 433—
In relation to contracts with the United States.--[By Mr. For the relief of Palemon John.-[By Mr. Mercur.]
ale
Lawrence, of Ohio.]

Referred, 475; reported and discussed, 2539; passed, 2540;
Referred, 474.

passed Senate, 4484; enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498. H. R. No. 416—

'In Senate: Received from House, 2545; referred, 2548; reported, For the relief of Samuel Naylor.-[By Mr. Morrell.]

3462; passed, 3720; motion to reconsider, 3721; called up, Referred, 474.

4406; motion withdrawn, 4439; enrolled, 4451. H. R. No. 417–

H. R. No. 434For the relief of James Fleming, a soldier of the war of 1812. To establish a post route from Shadesville, Ohio, to Genoa, ted, [By Mr. Scofield.]

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Ohio.-[By Mr. Van Trump.]
Referred, 474.

Referred, 475.
H. R. No. 418-

H. R. No. 435—
To amend the charter of the corporation of Washington and

To establish a post road and mail route in the State of Ohio.-
Georgetown, in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

[By Mr. Bingham.] Referred, 474

Referred, 475.

H. R. No. 436-
To provide for the appointment of a warden and physician of the
jail in the District of Columbia, and for a stenographer of

Declaring the fourteenth article of the amendment proposed by

the Thirty-Ninth Congress duly ratified as a part of the the supreme court thereof. [By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Constitution.-[By Mr. Bingham.]

Referred, 475.
To incorporate the Connecticut Avenue and Park Railroad

H. R. No. 437–

To establish certain post roads in the Territory of Montana.–[By
Company in the District of Columbia. - [By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Mr. Cavanaugh.]
Referred, 476; reported and discussed, 2163; passed, 2388; Referred, 475.

passed Senate with amendments, 3732;, called up, 8881;
agreed to, 3888; enrolled, 3939; approved, 4004.

H. R. No. 438%
In Senate: Received from House, 2417; referred, 2417;

reported,

To promote agricultural industry in the States recently in rebellion, 2594; passed with amendments, 3713; concarred in by House,

and to secure homesteads to freedmen.-[By Mr. Boutwell. Í 3872; enrolled, 3904,

Referred, 475.

H. R. No. 489–
For the relief
of Susan V, Berg.(By Mr. Coburn.)

Additional and supplementary to an act entitled "Anact to provide
Referred, 475; substitate reported and passed, 1040; (see bill

for the more efficient government of the rebel States," passed
March 2, 1867, and to the acts supplementary thereto. -[By

Mr. Bingham.]
For the relief of Joseph Harmon. [By Mr. Coburn.]

Reported, 476; discussed, 510; amendment printed, 517;

discussed, 541, 548, 571, 573, 678, 582, 593, 600, 602, 639, 642,

644, 662; passed, 664; vote recorded, 734. For the relief of the heirs of Simeon Castro and their assigns.

In Senate: Received from House, 652; laid over, 674; discussed,

699, 704, 722, 768, 789, 818, 848, 880, 923, 953, 984, 1001, 1071, Referred, 476; reported adversely and tabled, 3655.

1098, 1373, 1406, 1431. H. R. No. 440— For the relief of James C. Jay, a detailed acting assistant surgeon

of volanteers.-[By Mr. Shanks.)

Referred, 507.
H. R. No. 441-
Authorizing the Second Auditor of the Treasury to settle and pay

the bounty of Charles J. Powers to his father.--[By Mr. Sergeant Henry Drenning, late of company K, fifty-fifth

Farnsworth.]

Referred, 510.
H. R. No. 442-
Authorizing the Paymaster General to settle the claim of Lieutenant

Samuel Hitchcock, thirty-sixth Illinois infantry volunteers.

[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Referred, 510.

HI. R. No. 419–

Referred, 475. IL R. No. 420

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H. R. No. 421

H. R. No. 665.) H. R. No. 422—

Referred, 476. H. R. No. 423—

[By Mr. Coburn.]

H. R. No. 424

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drafted men."-[By Mr. Koontz.]
In Senate; Received from House, 4096.

H. R. No. 425

Pennsylvania volunteers. -- By Mr. Koontz.)

substitute, 2677; passed, 2678.
For the relief of Mary A. Filler.-[By Mr. Koontz.]

H. R. No. 425–

H. R. No. 426

anew, 2759.
Pof the relief of Robert E. Sheads.--[By Mr. Koontz.)

Referred, 476

To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to refund to the Illi

nois Iron, and Bolt Company certain penalties wrongfully

collected.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Referred, 510.

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