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H. R. No. 1415–

I H. R. No. 1432To incorporate the United States Postal Telegraph Company, and To place upon the pension-roll the name of Mrs. Julia Cady, to establish a postal telegraph systém.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

mother of James Cady.-[By Mr. Barnes. ] Referred, 3937.

Referred, 4080. H. R. No. 1416

H, R. No. 1433_ To provide certain regulations as to the public debt.-[By Mr. To amend an act entitled "An act to secure homesteads to actual Logan.]

settlers on the public domain." - [By Mr. Washburn, of Reported and recommitted, 3937; reported, 4090,

Indiana.]

Reported and recommitted, 4090, 4124; reconsidered and passed, TI. R. No. 1417–4,

4415. To release the sureties on the official bond of Otis A. Whitehead,

In Senate: Received from House, 4403.
an additional paymaster in the Army of the United States, for
moneys lost after his death.--[By Mr. Robertson.]

H. R. No. 1434
Referred, 4000.

Granting a pension to William M. Simpson.-[By Mr. Hubbard,

of West Virginia.] H. R. No. 1418 .: To authorize soldiers to select homesteads from the public lands. —

Referred, 4124 [By Mr. Scofield.]

H. R. No. 1435– Referred, 4000.

Granting a pension to Mary Jane Liggett. - [By Mr. Koontz.) H. R. No. 1419–

Referred, 4172. In addition to the act of July 4, 1836, to promote the progress of

H. R. No. 1436– the useful arts.--[By Mr. Mercur, ],

For the relief of Christopher C. Carey, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Referred, 4000.

Buller, of Tennessee.] H. R. No. 1420

Referred, 4216. Directing the Commissioner of Pensions to proceed to hear evidence H. R. No. 1437—

and determine the right of W. H. Cox, deceased, late a sergeant For the relief of Captain Tsaac A. Taylor, of Tennessee.- [By in company F, second regiment Pennsylvania artillery, to a

Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.] pension. --(By Mr. Miller.)

Referred, 4215. Referred, 4000, reported and passed, 4081; passed Senate, | H. R. No. 1438– 4395; enrolled, 4135; approved, 4198.

For the relief of Colonel George W. Kirk, of Tennessee.-[By In Senate: Received from House, 4075; referred, 4092; reported, - Mr. Butler, of Tennessee. ] 4197; passed, 4370; enrolled, 4443.

Referred, 4215. H. R. No. 1421—

H. R. NO. 1439 For the relief of Lieutenant Paris L. Reed.—[By Mr. Welker.]

Authorizing the remission of penalties in certain cases.-[By Mr. Referred, 4000.

Allison.]
H, R. No. 1422—,

Reported and passed, 4216.
Appropriating $100,000 for the erection of a custom-house, post In Senate : Received from House, 4236 ; referred, 4236.

office, and court-rooms at Paducah, Kentucky.-[By Mr. H. R. No. 1440~"
Trimble, of Kentucky. ]

For the relief of William Wagner.-[By Mr. Cake.]
Referred, 4000.

Referred, 4252. H. R. No. 1423

H. R. No. 1441–
To provide for bringing suits in the courts of the United States Granting a pension to Mary Randall Varian.-[By Mr. Spalding.)

against railroad corporations where portions of the line are in
several States.-[By Mr. Cook]'

Referred, 4252.
Referred, 4000.

H. R. No. 1442

.nl H. R. No. 14244

? To establish a post route from Springfield, Iowa, to Victor, Iowa.To amend an act entitled 's An act making grants of lands in

[By Mr. Loughridge.] alternate sections to aid in the construction and extension of

Referred, 4252.
the Iron Mountain Railroad Company from Pilot Knob, in the

H. R. No. 1443-
State of Missouri, to Helena, in the State of Arkansas." -[By

Authorizing the appointment of three commissioners to examine
Mr. Roots. ]

the claims of the Territory of Montana for volunteers during Referred, 4000.

the late lodian war, and to report upon the same. -[By Mr. & H. R. No. 1425

Cavanaugh.] To equalize taxation and reduce the interest on the public debt.–

Referred, 4252
(By Mr. Ashley, of Nevada ]

H. R. No. 1444
Read, 4001.

Changing the ports of entry from Plymouth to Edenton, in North H. R. No. 1426–

Caroline, and Port Royal to Beaufort, in South Carolina.* For the better protection of life in the Navy:-[By Mr, Kitchen.]

[By Mr. O'Neill.) Referred, 4001.

Reported and passed, 4293; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498.

In Senate : Received from House, 4275; referred, 4276; passed, H. R. No. 1427To establish certain post roads.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

4396 ; enrolled, 4448. Reported and passed, 4002; passed Senate with amendment,

H, R, No. 1445– 4307; concurred in, 4341; enrolled, 4283 ; approved, 4477.

To promote the establishment of an international metrical system In Senate : Received from House, 4031; referred, 4031; reported,

of coinage.-[By Mr. Kelley.) 4146 ; disetssed, 4264; passed with amendments, 4266; agreed

Referred, 4293. to by House, 4321; enrolled, 4365.

H, R. No. 1446H. R. No. 1428

To relieve from legal and political disabilities certain persons Aathorizing the admission in evidence of the copies of certain

engaged in the late rebellion.-[By Mr. Dawes.] papers, documents, and entries.--[By Mr. Washburne, of

Reported and passed, 4334 ; passed Senate with amendments, Illinois. ]

4476; conference, 4477, 4485, 4489; conferenco report, 4491; Read and passed, 4003.

agreed to by Senate, 4491; by House, 4491; enrolled, 4493; In Senate : Received from House, 3984 ; referred, 3987.; reported,

approved, 1498. 4264.

In Senate Received from House, 4321 ; -, referred, 4328; H. R. No. 1429

discussed, 4405, 4406 ; passed, 4448; conference, 4451, 4453 To amend an act entitled "An act to establish a uniform rule of

conference report concurred in by House, 4462; enrolled, 4462. naturalization,”' passed April 14, 1802:--[By Mr. Stevens, of

H. R. No. 1447-
Pennsylvania.]

Granting the right of way to certain railway companies over the
Referred, 4003.

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military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.--[By Mr. H. R. No. 1430

Clarke, of Kansas. ]
To abolish the office of Solicitor and Naval Judge Advocate.-[By

6. Read and passed, 4380; passed Senate, 4488; enrolled, 14495; if. Mr. Schenck: j?

approved, 4500. Referred, 4007.

In Senate: Received from House, 4400 ; referred, 4403; reported

and passed, 4452; enrolled, 4501. H. R. No. 1431Granting a pension to Emmeline H. Rudd.

[By Mr. Miller. )

|| H. R. No. 1448– Reported and passed, 4062, 4063; passed Senate, 4896; enrolled,

Making appropriations for 'Certain executive expenses of the 4435 ; approved, 4497.

Government for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1869.—[ By oss In Senate: Received from House, 4071; referred, 4075; passed,

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] 4362; enrolled, 4448.

1. 4. Reported, 4389; passed, 4390; passed Senate with amendments,

4476; conference, 4478, 4490, conference report, 4494; agreed

1809, 1812, 1843 ; conference report, 2176; concurred in by

House, 2160; concurred in by Senate, 2176 ; enrolled, 2192.
To change the name of Moritz Judkiewicz to Morris Judd. -[By
Indefinitely postponed by Sebate, 888.1

In Senate: Indefinitely postponed, 372.
For the relief of James M. Latta.-[By Mr. Williams, of Indiana.]

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H. R. No. 1448-Continued.

to by Senate, 4493 ; by House, 4494 ; enrolled, 4495; approved,
4500.
In Senate : Received from House, 4400;' referred, 4403 ; passed,
4449; conference, 4451; conference report, 4459; concurred

in by Senate, 4459; by House, 4462; enrolled, 4501.
H. R. No. 1449—
To enforce the third section of the fourteenth article of

amendments to the Constitution.--[By Mr. Sypher.]

Referred, 4416.
H. R. No. 1450—
For the more speedy reorganization of the States of Virginia,

Mississippi, and Texas. [By Mr. Bingham.]
Reported,"4416 ; discussed, 4416, 4422; passed, 4423.
In Senate : Received from House, 4435 ; read, 4443; discussed,

4506.
H. R. No. 1451–
For the relief of John 11. Osler, of Guernsey county, Ohio.-[By

Mr. Bingham.]
Reported and passed, 4428.

In Senate : Received from House, 4435; referred, 4443,
H. R. No. 1452-
To repeal section one hundred and thirty-six of the act of June

30, 1864, entitled "An act to provide ways and means for the
support of the Government. - [By Mr. Cullom.]
Referred, 4431; reported and passed, 4469.

In Senate : Received from House, 4450 ; referred, 4450.
H. R. No. 1453-
For the relief of Villiam Grant Powers. - [By Mr. Ingersoll.]
Read and passed, 4431.

In Senate ! Received from House, 4445; referred, 4445.
H. R. No. 1454
Making certain regulations as to the public debt.--[By Mr.

Logan. ]
Reported, 4468 ; passed, 4469.
In Senate : Received from House, 4461; referred, 4453. Sil
n!.. 13244

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H, R. No. 1455–

To correct an error in the enrollment of the act imposing taxes on

distilled spirits and tobacco.--[By Mr. Schenck.] Reported and passed, 4770; passed Senate, 4405; enrolled,

4496. In Senate: Received from House, 4451; referred, 4.153 ; reported

and passed, 4467; enrolled, 4501. H. R. No. 1456To authorize the importation of machinery for repair only frec of

duty. - [By Mr. Schenck.] 70] 91 Reported and passed, 4770.

In Senate: Received from House, 4451; referred, 4458. H, R. No. 1457

To pay for indexing the tax bill.-[By Mn. Schenck.]

Reported and passed, 4485 ; passed Senate, 4495; enrolled,
AT0194496; approved, 4500.
In Senate : Received from House, 4454; called up 4459 ; passed,

4466 ; enrolled, 4501.
H. R. No. 1458—
To provide for the more economical administration of the

government of the several Territories of the United States.

By Mr. Mullins.
Read and passed, 4485.

1.
* In Senate : Received from House, 1454; called up, 4459, 4602;

tabled, 4503.
H. R. No. 1459-
To relieve Nelson Tift, of Georgia, from disabilities.-(By Jr.
Dawes.]

1.11 Read and passed, 4499; passed Senate, 4500 ; enrolled, 4600 ;

approved, 4499. In Senate: Received from House, 4517 ; passed, 4517; enrolled,

4517. H. R. No: 1460To regulate the duties on imported copper and copper ores.-[By

Mr. Schenck.] Leave to report asked, 4467, 4485; reported, 4494 ; discussed, 4494, 4495, 1496, 4499 ; passed, 4499, 4501.

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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

1 8. R. No: 34 Authorizing naval officers on leave to visit Washington. - [By Mr. To provide for the erection of a building in Peoria, Illinois, for Lawrence, of Ohio.]

the accommodation of the post office and internal revenue Reported adversely, 2321. }

officers.-[By Mr. Ingersoll.)

Reported and referred anew, 666.
Directing the Secretary of War to furnish certain muster-rolls to H. R. No. 86–
the different States. - [By Mr. Schenck.)

For the relief of George W. Ashburn.-[By Mr. Eckley.]
Reported and passed, 132; indetinitely postponed by Senate, 477. In Senate: Reported adversely, 2759,
In Senate : Received from House, 128; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 470.

H. R. No. 42

Authorizing the employment of Brevet Brigadier General Seth ,,!; ;; IME,

Eastman on special service --By Mr. Schenok. ]
In regard to goods furnished by sutlers to officers, soldiers, &c.-

Indefinitely postponed by Senate, 1619.

In Senate: Reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 1567. Reported adversely, 3943.

H. R. No. 43

Authorizing the Postmaster General to secure to mail contractors Directing that certain moneys now in the hands of the United

in the Pacific States and Territories the payment of their States Treasurer, as special agent of the Treasury Department,

contract pay at San Francisco, California.-[By Mr. Mallory.] be covered by warrant into the United States Treasury.

Reported adversely and tabled, 667.
[By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.]

H. R. No. 44-
Passed Senate with amendment, 1540; discussed, 1761, 1768 ;

Relating to the sale of the marine bospital at Evansville, Indiana.disagreed noen ganger er de 29; Monference, 1823, 1848

[By Mr. Niblack.] conference report, 2171; agreed to by House, 2071 ;

Passed Senate, 3271; recalled by Senate, 3294.

agreed In Senate: Reported, 558; passed, 8242; reconsidered and In Senate: Reported, 98 ; corrected, 119; discussed, 120, 145,||

recalled, 3274, 3278; returned from House, 3278; recom2 1211, 1232, 1486, 1489 ; passed with amendments and A. R. No. 79–

mitted, 3278. 1744; called up, 1782 ; non-concurred in, '1809; conference,

Suspending the payment on the claim of Simon Stevens, for the

purchase of Hall's carbines.-[By Mr. Pile.]
In Senate: Committee discharged, referred anew, 79; reported

adversely, 625.
H. R. No. 83—

To repeal the tax on cotton.--[By Mr. Barnes.]

Committee discharged, 18.,
H. R. No. 89-
Explanatory of certain acts in relation to the armory and arsenal,

at Rock Island, in the State of Illinois.-[By Mr. Price.]

Reported adversely, 2611.
H. R. No. 91-

Concerning certain lands granted to railroad companies in the ito States of Michigan and Wisconsin.--[By Mr. Sawyer.]

Reported, 106"; discussed and passed, 107; passed Senate with

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H. R. No. 62

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H. R. No. 83–

Committee discharged, tabled, 508. Por else relief of George W. Lane. By Mr. Holman.] "Reported and recommitted, 507.

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H. R. No. 112 H. R. No. 91-Continued.

Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to use $4,000,000 per yn asyn amendment,

1018; amendment referred, 1427; reported, 2459; discussed, 2459; pagged with amendment, 2460; agreed to by

month in greenbacks to procure bonds and destroy the same.Senate, 2533; enrolled, 2537; approved, 2573.

[By Mr. Bromwell.] In Senate: Received from House, 119; referred, 123; reported, Referred, 89.

163; discussed, 243, 922; passed with amendments, 999; H. R. No. 113-
concurred in by House with amendment, 2488; called up, Reinstating William H. Harner, and allowing him the same bounty
2488; discussed, 2507, 2509; concurred in by Senate, 2512;

as though he had not been mustered out under order of June enrolled, 2518.

7, 1862. - [By Mr. Logan.]

Referred, 89.
H. R. No. 96-
For the relief of John Sedgwick, collector of internal revenue for H. R. No. 114–
the third district of California.--[By Mr. Higby. ]

Computing the time to which the longevity ration extends in Committee discharged, referred anew, 97; substitute reported,

accordance with service rendered as non-commissioned 2540; called up, 2610; passed, 2611; passed Senate, 3732;

officers or privates.-[By Mr. Logan.] Ivy's enrolled, 3758 ; approved, 3809.

Referred, 89. In Senate : Received from House, 2600; referred, 2622 ; reported, H. R. No. 115. 3218; passed, 8709; enrolled, 8748.

Requiring the Military Committee to inquire into the justice and

expediency of reporting a bill refunding the income tax H. R. No. 98

collected from officers of the Army and Navy during the Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

war.- [ By Mr. Logan.] [By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.)"

Referred, 90.
Motion to reconsider 18; discussed, 117; withdrawn, 119.

H. R. No. 116-
H. R. No. 99–
To allow members of Congress to inspect papers in the Post Office

Providing for the printing of the postal contracts of the Govern.

ment.- [By Mr. Laflin.] Department.-- [ By Mr. Julian. Referred, 9; motion to reconsider, 11; reported and passed, 107.

Referred, 00. In Senate: Received from House, 119; referred, 123.

H. R. No. 117– H. R. No. 100%

Providing for an amendment of section thirty of an act entitled

"An act to provide a national currency secured by a pledge if In relation to the protection of American citizens.--[By Mr. Cullom.]

of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and Referred, 27.

redemption thereof." --- [ By Mr. Van Trump.]

Referred, 91, H. R. No. 101–

H. R. No. 118– Declaratory of an act entitled "An act relating to the public schools of the District of Columbia," approved July 23, 1866.-[By

In regard to the publication of postal conventions made with foreign Mr. Eliot.]

Governments. - [By Mr. Banks.] - Referred, 51.

Referred, 97; reported and passed, 152; (see J. R. No. 120.) H. R. No. 102

H. R. No. 119 Authorizing the Postmaster General to print an additional number

To authorize the Postmaster General to print five hundred extra of his report.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

copies of his report and accompanying documents.-[By Mr. Referred, 70, 71,

Farnsworth.]

Referred, 70; reported and passed, 107; passed Senate with H. R. No. 103– For the relief of David Stout Parker and Forman Mathews, owners

amendments, 172; called up, 232, discussed, 233; concurred

in, 234; enrolled, 260; approved, 399. of the schooner Twilight.-[By Mr. Haight.]

'In Senate : Received from House, 119; referred, 122 ; reported, Referred, 71.

163; passed with amendment, 164; enrolled, 244. H. R. No. 104

H. R. No. 120 Authorizing the transmission through the mails free of postage of 767 pi, certain certificates of the Legislature of New Hampshire. —

In regard to the publication of postal conventions made with

foreign Governments. [By Mr. Laflin. ] [By Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire.]

Reported and passed, 152. Referred, 89; reported and passed, 667; passed Senate with In Senate: Received from House, 150; referred, 151 ; reported, amendment, 1250; concurred in, 1427; enrolled, 1455 ;

271.
approved, 1643.

H. R: No. 121
In Senate: Received from House, 652; referred, 674; reported,
880; passed with amendments, 1230; title amended, 1231;

In relation to retaining certain volunteer officers.--[By Mr. Ashley, concurred in by House, 1431; enrolled, 1443.

of Ohio.]

Referred, 153. H. R. No. 105–

H. R. No. 122– Authorizing the Comptroller of the Currency to revoke the order appointing a receiver to take charge of any bank, and to restore

To amend an act authorizing the issue of national currency, said bank to the owners thereof.-[By Mr. Van Wyck.]

approved February 25, 1868.-[By Mr. Williams, of Indiana.) Referred, 89; substitute reported, 1243; passed, 1243; passed H. R. No. 123–

Referred, 154.
Senate, 1448; enrolled, 1473; approved, 1643.
In Senate: Received from House, 1232; referred, 1256 ; reported, To abolish the bonded warehouse system.—[By Mr. Baldwin.], 'i
1428; passed, 1429; eprolled, 1463.

Referred, 209.
H. R. No. 106–

H. R. No. 124-
For removing obstructions to navigation in East river and Hell

In relation to legal-tender notes.-[By Mr. Brooks. ]
Gate, in the port of New York. - [By Mr. Barnes,]i 14 i

Referred, 209.
Referred, 89.

H. R. No. 125-
H. R. No. 107-

ter
Appointing a committee to report on the expediency of

relocating Tá provide Government buildings in the city of Brooklyn, New

the capital of the United States. - [By Mr. Logan.]
York. [By Mr. Barries. ]

Referred, 209.
Referred, 89.

H. R. No. 126-
H. R. No. 108–

7,07 1.a bas Changing the time of holding the annual meeting of the stockholders 5: Extending the privileges of the libraries to the justices of the

1894h of the Union Pacific Railroad Company.--[By Mr. Dawes.] supreme court of the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Welker.]

999 Read and discussed, 210 ; passed, 212; passed Senate with 1. Referred, 89.

de si lamendment, 282 ; called up, 232; amendment concurred in, H. R. No. 109–

I 233enrolled, 260; approved, 399. Authorizing the Secretary of War to audit and pay the claim

In Senate: Received from House, 196; referred, 197; reported of Robert T. Kirkpatrick, a loyal citizen of Nashville, Ten

and passed with amendment, 219; enrolled, 244.
nessee.-[By Mr. Trimble, of Tennessee. ] -

H. R. No. 127-
Referred, 8].

1,

Relative to furnishing meters to certain distillers.+-[By Mr. L. R. No. 110

Koontz.]

1:
To amend the pension laws.-[By Mr, Harding.]

Referred, 230.
Referred, 89; reported adversely, 2907.

H. R. No. 128
H. R. No. 111-

To construe the provisions of certain acts which require the In relation to the rights of naturalized citizens.--[By Mr. Cook.]

authorities of the District of Columbia to pay any part of the ... Referred, 89.

Metropolitan police.--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
Referred, 229.

of soldiers who have died since July 28, 1866.-[By Mr.

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H.R. No. 135—

Requesting the President to intercede with the queen of Great

In Senate: Received from House, 405; referred, 407.
Reported, 421; discussed, 422, 443 ; passed, 447; passed Senate
with amendments, 830 ; motion to take up, 844; amendments
concurred in, 865 ; enrolled, 875 ; approved, 937.
In Senate: Received from House, 434; referred, 443 ; reported,

491; discussed, 651, 794; passed, 800; enrolled, 876, v
In reference to bounties' to the widows and children and parents | H. R. No. 161
To limit the time and circumstances regulating the action of the
United States with reference to the recognition of belligerent

LXXIIII H. R. No. 129–

1.1 H. R. No. 143— 1o amend the act of July 4, 1864, to more effectually secure the Relative to the passage of a tariff law with as little delay as possible payment of claims of loyal persons for property taken and

affording adequate protection to the industrial interests of the used by the Federal forces during the late war.-[By Mr.

country.-[By Mr. Miller.] Stokes.]

· Referred, 473. Referred, 286.

H. R. No.144 anty H. R. No. 130

In relation to additional bounty.--[By Mr. Cullom.]
June In relation to the sale of stock of the Dismal Swamp Canal Referred, 473.
Company. [By. Mr. Woodward.]

H. R. No. 145–
Read and passed, 286; passed Senate, 388; enrolled, 399 ;

Pledging protection to all citizens, native-born or naturalized,
approved, 610.
In Senate: Received from House, 281; referred, 282; reported

* in the enjoyment of all the rights of citizenship under the

Constitution and laws of the United States. - [By Mr. Burr.] and passed, 309; enrolled, 384, 404.,

Referred, 473. 170.;
H. R. No. 131—

H. R. No. 146–
To pay Captain Samuel P. Snyder.-[By Mr. Eckley.]

For the relief of James C. Sloo.-[By Mr. Raum.]
Referred, 286.

.. Referred, 473,5 reported, 2025; discussed, 2025; passed, 2026. H. R. No. 132 - 01.08's arts

In Senate : Received from House, 2021; referred, 2021.
In regard to the construction of section ten of an act approved || H. R. No. 147-

March 2, 1867, entitled "An act making appropriations for
sundry civil expenses of the Government for the year, ending

Placing certain troops of Missouri on an equal footing with others
June 80, 1868. - [By Mr. Farnsworth.] ],

has to boanties.--[By Mr. McClurg.]

Referred, 473; passed over, 3940.
Referred, 331; substitute reported, 666; passed, 667.
In Senate: Received from House, 674; referred, '699; reported, H. R, No. 148,

In relation to certain officers of the revenue.-[By Mr. Anderson.] H. R. No. 133.

Referred, 474.
Creating a local board of inspection of hulls, boilers, and machinery U R No. 149...
of steamers at the port of Cairo, Illinois, and authorizing and

For the relief of the settlers on the Osage Indian lands in requiring the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint looal

Kansas.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] inspectors for said port; also fixing the compensation of such

Referred, 474 ; committee discharged, referred anew, 698. inspectors.--[By Mr. Raum.]

H. R. No. 150
Referred, 331.

Authorizing the Leavenworth and Northwestern Railroad ComH. R. No. 134

pany and the Leavenworth and Des Moines Railroad Company Relating to the publication of official notices in bankruptcy. - [By

to construct their roads through the military reservation at Mr. Alison.]

Fort Leavenworth. - [By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]
Referred, 831; committee discharged, referred anew, 692.

Referred, 474. !

H. R. No. 151– Tendering thanks of Congress to Major General W. S. Hancock.

To refer the claim of Charles J. Davis, administrator of the estate [By Mr. Eldridge.]

of John Davis, to the Court of Claims.-[By Mr. Moore.] Tabled, 332.

Referred, 474.

1.1 H. R. No. 152– Providing for the sale of Government iron-clads.--[By Mr. Pike.]

Providing for the survey of one or more railroad routes.-[By Mr, Reported and discussed, 359; passed, 361; passed Senate with

Ingersoll.] amendments, 836; concurred in, 869; enrolled, 875; approved,

Referred, 414, reported adversely and tabled, 2162.

H. R. No. 153–
In Senate: Received from House, 346.; referred, 358; reported;

For the rehef of A. F. Rockwell. [By Mr. Garfield.]
703, discussed, 816; passed with amendments, 817; concurred
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Reported, 590; recommitted, 591. in by House, 861;. enrolled, 876.,

H. R. No. 154

In relation to the settlement of accounts of certain officers and Requesting the President to intercede with her Majesty the Queen

agents who have disbursed public money under the direction of Great Britain to secure the speedy release of Rev. Johú

of the Chief of Engineers. - [By Mr. Dodge.]
McMahon, convicted as a Fenian raider, and now confined at

Reported, 591 ; passed, 592; passed Senate, 3793; enrolled, 3809;
Kingston, Canada West. [By Mr. Orth.]
Reported, 886; disgussed, 385,- 417; passed Senate, 3107;

approved, 4003,

In Senate: 'Received from House, 627; referred, 632; reported, ;

1486; passed, 3767; enrolled, 3770.
In Senate : Received from House, 405; referred, 407; reported || H. R. No. 155–
and passed, 3074; enrolled, 3130.

In relation to vessels enrolled and licensed for employment in the

coasting trade and fisheries.-[By Mr. Moore.] Britain to secure the speedy release of Robert Lynch,

now

Referred, 636; reported, 2324 ; recommitted, 2372.

H. R. No. 156 imprisoned in the Province of Canada.--[By Mr. Paine.]

To exempt from taxation all such manufactures as relate to the In Senate: Received from House, 405; referred, 407.

industrial interests of the country.-[By Mr. Miller.]

Referred, 636. Lequesting the President to intercede for the release of American

H. R. No. 157– citizens imprisoned in Great Britain and Ireland on insufficient

In regard to requiring steamboats to use a newly.invented fire

extinguisher.-[By Mr. Eggleston.]

Referred, 636.
H, R. No. 158.
For the relief of John B. Chapman.-[By Mr. Williams, of

Indiana. 1
To provide for a commission to examine and report on meters for

Referred, 636.
Hi R. No. 159
In regard to rights of naturalized citizens. ---[By Mr. Van Horn,

of Missouri.]

Referred, 636.
H. R. No. 160-

Granting a pension to Helia B. Cooksey.--[By Mr. MeCormick.]

Referred, 636.

H. R. No. 186

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H. R. No. 137

H. R. No. 138–

Read and passed, 420.

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H. R. No. 139,

grounds. -[By Mr. Wood.] Read and passed, 420.

H. R. No. 140

distilled spirits. - [By Mr. Schenck.]

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H. R. No. 163–

H. R. No. 181-
Relating to orphans of soldiers and pensioners.--[By Mr. Kelley. ] To secure the carrying of a daily midnight mail from New York
Referred, 637.

to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and interinediate

places, and to provide for the expense of such mail service.H. R. No. 164–

[By Mr. O'Neill.) Explanatory of section thirteen of the act approved July 28, 1866,

Referred, 780.
entitled “An act making appropriations for sundry civil
expenses of the Government for the year ending June 30, H. R. No. 182-
1867."—[By Mr. Churchill.]

Requiring the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint a commission
Referred, 637.

to establish a marine hospital at Cairo, Illinois.-[By Mr.

Logan.]
H. R. No. 165
Providing that the increased pensions allowed to widows and Referred, 780.

orphans shall not be decreased because of their being inmates || H. R. No. 183–
of public institutions. - [By Mr. Myers.]

For the relief of the famishing people of Sweden and Norway.-
Referred, 637.

[By Mr. Harding.) H. R. No. 166"

Referred, 780.. Upon the subject of imprisonment of American citizens abroad. - | H. R. No. 184– [By Mr. Brooks. ]

For the settlement of certain claims of Joseph Segar, of Virginia. Referred, 637.

[By Mr. Maynard.] H. R. No. 1674

Referred, 805. In relation to the prosecution of claims before the Departments.- | H. R. No. 185– [By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.]

In relation to the Eel river band of Miamis.-[By Mr. Shanks.] Read and passed, 637.

Referred, 806. In Senate : Received from House, 652; referred, 674.

H. R. No. 186– H. R. No. 168–

Declaratory of the rights and powers of the Federal and State GopTo amend an act entitled "An act to aid in the constrnction of a

ernments, and the rights of citizenship.--[By Mr. Johnson.]
railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri river to the

Referred, 838.
Pacific ocean," approved July 1, 1862.--[By Mr. Windom.]

H, R. No. 187-
Read, 638; called up, 1861; reference discussed, 2029, 2109, Providing for the payment of the amount due Mrs. Mary Sullivan
2129; referred, 2130; substitute reported, 2121; discussed,

for property wrongfully seized by order of the provost mar. 2421, 2427; passed, title amended, 2429.

shal of 'Washington and used in the medical department of In Senate: Received from House, 2433; referred, 2440.

the United States Army.-[By Mr. Cullom.]

Referred, 891.
H. R. No. 169–
In relation to bounties for soldiers transferred to the Navy during

H. R. No. 188-
the late wamt [By Mr. Cullom.]

To authorize the issue of $140,000,000 legal tender notes, to Referred, 636.

supply the deficiency in the currency caused by the canceling

of legal-tender and compound-interest notes.--[By Mr. H. R. No. 170

Williams, of Indiana.]
In relation to the interest of the United States in the Dismal

Referred, 934
Swamp canal.-[By Mr. Woodward.]

H. R. No. 189—
Referred, 641; reported adversely, 2321.

For the appointment of a commission to ascertain the losses of H. R. No. 171

loyal Choctaws and Chickasaws, and other loyal persons.For the relief of destitute persons in the South.-[By Mr. Eliot.)

[By Mr. Shanks. ]
Reported and passed, 664; passed Senate, 743; enrolled, 779; Referred, 935.
approved, 937.

H. R. No. 190–
In Senate: Received from Honse, 653 ; referred, 674; reported,

In relation to the pay and bounty of soldiers enlisting for specified 678; discussed, 722; passed, 722; enrolled, 764.

terms of service and honorably discharged before the expiration H. R. No, 172

of their term of service.-[By Mr. Cullom.] Relative to Captain Thomas H. Stevens, United States Navy.

Referred, 935. [By Mr. Scofield.]

H. R. No. 191-
Referred, 673 ; reported and recommitted, 1813 ; reported, 2872; For relief of Captain J. A. Neustaedter, of St. Louis.—[ By Mr. Pile.]
passed, 2873.

Referred, 935.
In Senate : Received from House, 2861 ; referred, 2861.

H. R. No. 192-
H. R. No. 1734

Relating to claims arising from Indian depredations and to restrict To protect passengers on board of emigrant ships and to correct

the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims.-[By Mr. Clarke, of certain abuses.-[By Mr. Chanler.]

Kansas. ]
Referred, 733.

Referred, 935.
H. R. No. 174-

H. R, No. 193–
For the relief of the heirs of Major A. L. Brewer.-[By Mr. In regard to the Rock Island bridge.--[By Mr. Pile.]
Eckley. ]

Reported and recommitted, 966.
Referred, 779.

H. R. No. 194-
H. R. No. 1754

Extending the provisions of an act entitled "An act to provide To refer the claim of Charles J. Davis, administrator of the estate

for the payment of expenses incurred in the suppression of of John Davis, to the Court of Claime.---[By Mr. Lawrence, Indian hostilities in the Territories of Oregon and Washington

of Ohio.]
Read and referred, 779.

in the years 1855 and 1856,” approved March 2, 1861–[By

Mr. Mallory.]
H. R. No. 176–

Referred, 967
For the relief of Gallus Kirchner, of Indiana.—[By Mr. Hunter.) | H. R. No. 135–
Referred, 779.

For the relief of Thomas F. Roberts, late first sergeant of company H. R. No. 177

D, fifth Pennsylvania cavalry.-[By Mr. Boyer.]
For the supply of current public documents to the libraries of || H. R. No. 196—

Referred, 1082.
agricultural colleges. By Mr. Trorobridge.]
Referred, 779.

Requesting the Committee on Reconstruction to inquire and report H. R. No. 178—

if there is any further legislation necessary to insure a more To finish the steam frigate Java.--[By Mr. Barnes.)

speedy restoration of the ten late rebel States to foll political Referred, 780; reported adversely, 2321.

rights, with a sufficient guarantee.-[By Mr. Miller.] H. R. No. 179–

Referred, 1082.
Giving twenty per cent. additional compensation to the clerks and

H. R. No. 197-
other employés of the Executive Departments at Washington

Declaring it inexpedient to have at this time any change or city receiving salaries not under one thousand nor over two

reduction of the banking circulation.-[By Mr. Miller. ]
thousand dollars per year in the aggregate.—[By Mr. Spalding.] || H. R. No. 198–

Referred, 1033.
Referred, 780.
H. R. No. 180-

To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to prescribe rules and
To declare the meaning of the acts relating to the Pacific railroad. -

regulations for registration of certain vessels of western and { By Mr. Moorhead:]

northern lakes on payment of internal revenue tax.--[By Mr. Referred, 780.

Spalding ]
Referred, 1083.

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