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H, R. No. 208–

I. R. No. 1994

H. R. No. 217– Construing a joint resolution of Congress, approved July 26, 1866.- For the relief of Beales & Dixon.--[By Mr. Washburn, of [By Mr. Adams. ]

Massachusetts. ]
Referred, 1083.

Reported and passed, 1504; passed Senate, 2289; enrolled, H. R. No. 200

2289; approved, 2321. In reference to the continuance of the Freedmen’s Bureau in the

In Senate : Received from House, 1497; referred, 1498; reported, State of Tennessee.--[By Mr, Arnell. ]

:: - 1940; discussed, 2281 ; passed, 2282; enrolled, 2289. Referred, 1083.

H. R. No. 218– H. R. No. 2014

For the relief of John M. Palmer.-[By Mr. Cobb.] In relation to the Rock Island bridge.--[By Mr. Price.]

Reported, 1540 ; passed 1541; passed Senate with amendments, Read, 1085; discussed, 1086; passed, 10873 passed Senate with

2581 ; non concurred in by House, 2757 ; conference, 2757, amendment, 8944; concurred in, 3953; enrolled, 4002;

2773, 2810; conference report, 3031 ; agreed to .by. Seuate, approved,4255.

2976; agreed to by House, 3031; enrolled, 3042. In Senate: Received from House, 1097; referred, 1098; reported, In Senate: Received from House, 1615; referred, 1535; reported, 1621; discussed, 3251, 3815, 3902; passed with amendments,

2144; discussed, 2283, 2566 ; passed with amendments, 2569 ; 8903; concurred in by House, 3954; enrolled, 3938,

conference, 2773; conference report, 2935; concurred in by H. R. No. 202—

Senate, 2935; concurred in by House, 2998; enrolled, 2998. To reimburse Israel S. Diell for money deposited in the Treasnry H. R. No. 219–

on account of duty on imported animals.-[By Mr. Schenck.] For the relief of George W. Lane, superintendent of the branch Reported, 1116.

mint at Denver, Colorado Territory, and Assistant Treasurer H. R. No. 203—

of the United States.—[By Mr. Holman.] Reducing expenses of the War Department.-[By Nr. Ketcham.] Reported and discussed, 1541; passed, 1542. Reported, 1160; passed, 1161; passed Senate, 1250 ; enrolled,

In Senate : Received from House, 1515; referred, 1535. 1280; approved, 1319.

H. R. No. 220_ In Senate: Received from House, 1144; referred, 1162; reported, For the encouragement and protection of all the industrial interests 1162; discussed, 1231; passed, 1232; edrolled, 1260.

of the United States. (By Mr. Miller.] I. R. No. 204

Referred, 1631. Providing for taxation of United States bonds.-[By Mr. Logan.) H. R. No. 221– Referred, 1177.

Requiring the impeachment instituted against Andrew Johnson, B. R. No. 205

President of the United States, to be proceeded in with as Relative to State taxation of United States notes.--[By Ur.

little delay as justice may require.--[By Mr. Miller. ) Lawrence, of Ohio.).

1.11 Referred, 1631. Referred, 1217..

H. R. No. 222

. Increasing the duty on certain imports.-[By Mr. Broomall.] To restore the State of Alabama to representation in Congress. - Referred, 1631.

(By Mt. Bingham.] Read and referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 223–

Concerning certain lands granted to the States of Michigan and For the relief of S. S. Bailey.-[By Mr. Ferry.]

Wisconsin for a military road to Lake Superior.-{By Mr.

1. Driggs.) Referred, 1217.

Referred, 1631. Directing the Treasurer of the United States to open a certain H. R. No.. 224– wooden box, marked_jewels," which has been many years

For the relief of Charles T. Weston, of Pennsylvania.--[By Mr. in the vault of the Treasury, and to report the contents

Lincoln. ]
thereof to Congress. - [By Mr. O'Neill.]

Referred, 1631.
H. R. No. 225-

Respecting national banks in liquidation.- [ By Mr. Barnes.] To provide for the regulation of fare on the lines of the Pacific Referred, 1668; reported and passed, 3524. railway.-(By Ni. Washburn, of Wisconsin.]

In Senate : Received from House, 3521 ; referred, 3521 ; com

mittee discharged, 4093.

H. R. No. 226– la reation to mustering out quartermasters, &c. - [By Mr. Ward.] Appointing managers of the National Asylum for Disabled Sol:

diers.--[By Mr. Garfield.)

Read and passed, 1983; passed Senate, 1790 ;-'enrolled, 1806 ; For the relief of Henry $. Gibbons, late postmaster at St. Johns,

not returned and become a law, 2103. Michigan.-(By Mr. Driggs.]

In Senate : Received from House, 1693 ; called up, 1696 ; passed,

1758; enrolled, 1812.

H. R. No. 227-
To provide for the examination of certain claims in the State of
Kentucky. --[By Mr. Shanks.]

Enabling actual settlers to purchase certain lands obtained of the

Great and Little Osage Indians.—[By Mr. Julian.]
Reported and discnssed, 1703 ; passed, 1705.

In Senate: Received from House, 1702; referred, 1702 ; In relation to the rights of American citizens abroad.-(By Mr.

reported, 2922. H. R. No. 228

Relative to the post office and sub-Treasury in the city of Relative to R. R. Butler, a Representative-elect from the State of

Her er [By Mr. Troichell.]

a Referred, 1712; reported and discussed, 1769, 1770; passed, Reported, 1426; discussed 1662, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1689, 1692;

1771 ; passed Senate, 1796; enrolled, 1806; approved, 1860.

In Senate: Received from House, 1782; passed, 1782 ; enrolled, recommitted with instructions to report a general bill, 1693 ;

1812. bill (H. R. No. 689) reported as substitute, 1693,

3:82 byer Messe prawa: 1 H. R. No. 229

LOVATO Goss Concerning the bridge across the Ohio at the head of the falls of

21 Declaring that the enormous expenditure raised by contribution

and taxation to put down the late rebellion was responded to Referred, 1449; reported and passed, 2637.

with alacrity unparalleled in history, and therefore it ought In Scnate: Received from House, 2633; referred, 2659; reported,

toi mois not to be required of this generation to discharge, by taxa

tion, the entire national debt, but leave a portion of it to be

borne by the next, on whom this rich and noble Republic will To authorize the Secretary of War to place at the disposal of

descend.--[By Mr. Miller.]

All

Referred, 1759. the Lincoln Monument Association damaged and captured

H. R. No. 230

Jos site is admin odteicitaional
Read, 1450; passed, 1451 ; passed Senate with amendments,
Ordnance.(By Mr. Van Horn, of New York.]

Declaring it the duty of Congress to make provision for the 2516; concurred in, 3308; approved, 3782.

adjustment and payment of claims due loyal citizens in the In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464; reported,

late rebellious States for subsistence, &c., taken in support oft · 2076called up, 2078; passed with amendment, '2562;

the Union Army, the same as those due citizens in the States

which remained loyal.-[By Mr. Milter.) Referred, 1759.

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Referred, 1418. H. R. No. 211

Referred, 1419. H. R. No. 212

Referred, 1419. H. R. No. 213—

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Referred, 1420 I. R. No. 214–

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H. R. No. 231—

H. R. No. 250— To amnend section two of an act entitled "An act to provide - Imposing s daty on native petroleum intended for export.-+[By increased revenue from imported wool, and for other

Mr. Spalding.] purposes," approved March 2, 1867.-[By Mr. Hotchkiss. ]

Referred, 2228. Referred, 1759.

H, R. No. 2514 H. R. No. 232

To authorize the Secretary of War to furnish supplies to an Authorizing assignment of a lot of land in St. Augustine, Florida,

exploring expedition.--[By Mr. Cullom.] to the Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees and Freedmen Referred, 2304; passed Senate with amendments, 2575 ; for educational purposes.--[By Mr. Eliot. ]

concurred in, 2976; enrolled, 2977; approved, 3063. Reported and passed, 1791.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 2417; rēported, In Senate: Received from House, 1789, referred, 1782.

2435; discussed, 2563; passed with amendments, 2566; H. R. No. 2334

concurred in by House, 2968; enrolled, 2963. In regard to the fees of clerks and marshals in bankrupt cases.- H. R. No. 252' [By Mr. Van Wyck.]

Providing for the admission of Henry Kolb to the Soldiers' Home.Referred, 1869.

(By Mr. Paine.] H. R. No, 234–

Referred, 2307; reported adversely, 2677. Authorizing a settlement of the accounts of James C. Clapp, | . B No. 253— deceased. - [By Mr. Dawes.]

To change the name of Four-and-a-Half street, in the city of Referred, 1900.

Washington, to Lincoln avenue.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] H. R. No. 235–

Referred, 2331. Providing for a saving of expense in the legislative department.- L. B. No: 264 [By Mr. Broomall.]

For the protection of American interests in the Gulf of St. Referred, 1900.

Lawrence.-[By Mr. Pike.] H. R. No. 236

Referred, 2332; reported, 2872; discussed, 2872, 2875; passed, To authorize a settlement of the claim of R. H. Earnest, lieu

2379; explanation, 2400.
tenant colonel one hundred and fifteenth United States colored In Senate : Received from House and referred, 2417.
troops.—[By Mr. Golladay.]

H, R. No. 255
Referred, 1900.

Declaring the officers-elect of the State of South Carolina to be H. R. No. 237

the provisional government of said State.- [By Mr. Shanks.] For the relief of Francis S. McDonald.-[By Mr. Donnelly.] "! Referred, 2399. Referred, 1900.

H. R. No. 256H. R. No. 238.

For the relief of Martha E. King.-[By Mr. Boyer.] For the relief of F. A. Conwell, an Army chaplain.-[By Mr. Reported, 2678 ; passed, 2678; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498. Donnelly.]

In Senate: Received froin House, 2690; referred, 2701 ; referred Referred, 1900.

anew, 2759; reported, 4228 ; passed, 4370; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 239

H. R. No. 2561Authorizing a settlement of the claim of the heirs of Philip Renault Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint a commission for certain lands.-[By Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania. ]

to examine certain buildingsin the city of St. Louis, Missouri.Referred, 1900.

[By Mr. Pile.) H. R. No. 240—

Referred, 2399, In relation to retiring officers of the Army.-[By Mr. Ward.] 11. R. No. 257Referred, 1900.

Declaring that it is inexpedient for this Government to enter into H. R. No. 241

a treaty with any foreign Power which tends to discriminate Relative to lands sold under treaties with Indian tribes.-[By Mr.

against the manufactures or productions in any part of the Lawrence, of Ohio.]

United States and give such foreign Power an undue advantage Referred, 2069.

oyer the industry of our country.--[By Mr. Miller.] H. R. No. 242

Referred, 2406.
Relating to mails and mail service.--[By Mr. Driggs.]

H. R. No. 258—
Referred, 2070; reported adversely, 2973.

In regard to the mail service from Fort Abercrombie, Dakota H. R. No. 243

Territory, to Helena, in Montana Territory.-[By Mr. For the relief of J. E. Reeside.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ]

Cavanaugh.]
Réferred, 2070.

Referred, 2406.
H, R. No. 244–

H. R. No. 259-, To establish a post route in Dakota.-[By Mr. Burleigh.]

Relative to lands purporting to have been sold under treaties with Referred, 2070.

the Cherokee and other Indian tribes.-[By Mr. Julian.]

Referred, 2407.
H. R. No. 245—
Giving additional compensation to certain employés in the civil

H. R. No. 260
service of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, For the purchase of a full-length portrait of the late President
1868.-[By Mr. Orth.]

Lincoln.--[By Mr. Ward.]
Read and printed, 2071; laid aside, 3887.

Referred, 2407.
H. R. No. 246—

H. R. No. 261-' Directing the Secretary of State to present George Wright, master Authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish supplies to an of the British brig J. & G. Wright, à gold chronometer, in

exploring expedition.-[By Mr. Garfield.)
appreciation of his personal services in saving the lives of Read, 2407; passed, 2408.
three American seamen wrecked at sea on board of the

A. R. No. 262
American schooner Lizzie F. Choate, of Massachusetts,—[By
Mr. Eliot.]

Authorizing certain distilled spirits to be turned over to the Syrgeon
Reported, 2082; passed, 2083 ; passed Senate, 3271 ; enrolled,

General for the use of Army hospitals. - [ By Mr. Schenck.) 3299; approved, 3731.

Reported, 2420; passed, 2420; passed Senate, 3836; enrolled, In Senate : Received from House, 2088; referred, 2114; reported, 2623; passed, 8242; enrolled, 8279.

In Senate: Received from House, 2433; referred, 2440; reported, I. R. No. 247–

2958ş passed, 3314; enrolled, 8859. As to the admission of Richard Henry Yale to examination for

H. R. No. 2634 admission into the Naval Academy.--[By Mr. Axtell.]

To declare the meaning of the acts relating to Pacific railroads.Referred, 2165.

[By Mr. Price.) H. R. No. 248–

Reported and passed, 2421.
In relation to the rights of citizens of the United States of America. - || H. R. No. 264–

In Senate: Received from House, 2433; referred, 2440.
[By Mr. Judd.]
Referred, 2193

To provide for the sale of the site of Fort Covington, in the State H. R. No. 249

of Maryland. -[By Mr. Garfield.] Relieving the quartermaster's department from responsibility for

Reported, 2457; passed, 2457; passed Senate, 3381; enrolled, hospital tents loaned to the city of St. Louis. [By Mr. Pile. ]

3411 ; approved, 3731, Referred, 2227.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 2488 ;, reported

and passed, 3347; enrolled, 3389.

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H. R. No. 273–

Referred, 2529. H. R. No. 274–

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By Mr. Pile.)

Referred, 2569. H. R. No. 275–

H. R. No. 265–

H. R. No. 284-
For the relief of E, E. Shead, of Eastport, Máine.--[By Mr.Stokes.] -To provide for the removal of a suit pending in the circuit court
Reported and passed, 2459.

of Jefferson county, West Virginia, to the circuit court of the In Senate: Received from House and referred, 2488.

United States.- [By Mr. Polsley.)
H. R. No. 266–

Referred, 2773; reported and passed, 2812; passed Senate,
To authorize the enlargement of the Hygeia Hotel at Fortress 2942, enrolled, 2943 ; approved, 3063.
Monroe.-[By Mr. Garfield.]

In Senate: Received from House, 2857; discussed, 2925; passed,
Reported and passed, 2500; passed Senate, 3836; enrolled,

2927; enrolled, 2927. 3375; approved, 3731.

H. R. No. 285– In Senate: Received from House, 2505; referred, 2506; reported, 1..For the-establishment of certain post routes in the county of 2958 ; passed, 3314; enrolled, 3359.

1. Monroe, in the State of New York.--[By Mr. Selye.] H. R. No. 267—

II

Referred, 2773.
To change the name of the steamboat Pine Bluff to that of Endora. +

H. R. No. 286—
[By Mr. Jones.] :
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Relative to the lands of the Cherokee and Great and Little Osage
Referred, 2500.

Indians.-[By Mr. Julian.]
H. R. No. 268–

Reported, 2814; discussed, 2814; passed, 2816.
For the relief of Robert L. Lindsay.-[By Mr. Pile.)

In Senate: Received from House, 2857; referred, 2860. “
Reported and passed, 2501; passed Senate, 8271; enrolled,

I. R. No. 287-
3299; approved, 3731.
In Senate: Received from House, 2505; referred, 2506; -reported

For the restoration of Captain James F. Armstrong, United States and passed, 3240; enrolled, 8279.

Navy, to the active list from the retired list.-[By Mr. Haight.]

Reported, 2873; passed, 2874; passed Senate, 2942; eurolled, H. R. No. 269

2943; approved, 3063. Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United In Senate: Received from House, 2861; referred, 2861; reported States.-[By Mr. Robinson.]

and passed, 2922; enrolled, 2927.
Referred, 2526.

H. R. Vo. 2884
H. R. No. 270—
Tendering the thanks of Congress to Captain David McDougall,

:51 Amendatory of joint resolution for the relief of certain officers of of the United States Navy.-[By Mr. Coburn.]

the Army. - [By Mr. Boyer.] Referred, 2626..

Reported and recommitted, 2906; reported and passed, 8944.!

12. In Senate: Received from House, 3956; referred, 3982. H. R. No. 271– Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

H. R. No. 289 [By Mr. Cobb.]

Requesting the Committee on the Judiciary to inquire the cause Referred, 2527.

of delay in the trial of Jefferson Davis for treason, and make H. R. No. 2724

report if any legislation is necessary to insure a speedy trial.-Relative to the rebellion record.—[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.].li

[By Mr. Miller. ] Referred, 2527.

Referred, 2935.

H. R. No. 290-
Making an appropriation for the expenses of experiments in the

Granting pension and homestead to the orphan children of propagation of fish.-[By Mr. Myers.)

TH

Brigadier General Christopher Carson, deceased. [By Mr.

Clever. ]

Referred, 2936. Authorizing the appointment of a commercial commissioner.-H. R. No. 291–. intmer

Giving additional compensation to certain employés in the civil

service of the Government at Washington.--[By Mr. Wash...!!

burn, of Indiana.] In relation to the right of suffrage.-[By Mr. Chanter.]

Read, 2936, 3164 ; passed, 3165; reconsideration moved, 3174; Referred, 2569.

returned, 3202; notice, 3238;

reconsidered, 3255; tabled, 3257. Relative to the sale of the war vessel Stonewall.4[By Mr. Banks.]

In Senate : Received from House, 3150; referred, 3163; recalled

12. by House, 3183,

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H. R. No. 292-
Calling for reports of national banks.—[By Mr. Barnes.] 1)

Directing the Secretary of War to sell damaged or unserviceable

arms, ordnance, and ordnance stores.- By Ur. Schenck.]

Referred, 2976; reported and passed, 3376; passed Senate with To supply books and public documents to the national asylums for

amendments, 3928 ; concurred in, 3938; enrolled, 3981 ; disabled soldiers. - [By Mr. Schenck.]

approved, 4255. Read and passed, 2631; passed Sonate with amendments, 2776 ;

In Senate : Received from House, 3389; referred, 3889; reported concurred in, 2836 ; enrolled, 2855; approved, 2937.

and passed with amendments, 8873; concurred in by House, In Senate : Received from House, 2627; referred, 2628; passed

8954; enrolled, 3958. with amendment, 2759; coneurred in by House, 2857; enrolled,

H. R. No, 293–

To provide for the appointment of an auditor of accounts.—[By

Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire.] la relation to the breakwater at Portland, Maine.--[By Mr.

Referred, 2976. Reported and passed, 2634 ; passed Senate, 2671 ; onrolled,

H. R. No: 294

Donating to the Washington City Orphan Asylum the iron railing In Senate: Received from House, 2633 ; passed, 2659 enrolled,

taken from the old Hall of the House of Representatives.

[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. ]

Read, 3089; passed, 8090; passed Senate, 3310; enrolled, 3310; For the relief of Mrs. Ella E. Hobart.-[By Mr. Boyer.)

approved, 3732.

In Senate: Received from House, 8089; referred, 3130; reported In Senate: Received from House, 2690 ; referred, 2701; referred | H. R. No. 295–

and passed, 3274; enrolled, 3279. anew, 2759,

To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duties on Authorizing the issue of clothing to company F, eighteenth United || 191in"? American Sharpshooters.-[By Mr. Schenck.]

certain articles contributed to the National Association of Reported and passed, 2680; passed Senate, 3974 ; enrolled,

Reported and passed, 3105; passed Senate, 3266 ; enrolled,

3299; approved, 3731. In Senate: Received from House, 2690 ; referred, 2701, reported

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In Senate: Reeeived from House, 8180 ; referred, 8130 ; reported

and passed, 3239; enrolled, 3279. In relation to the trial of Jefferson Davis.--[By Mr. Eggleston.]

HER. No. 296
Giving the assent of the United States to the construction of

certain wharves in the harbor of Oswego, New York.--[By

Mr. Churchill.) Relating to confederate property in foreign countries. [By Mr. ,

Referred, 3164; reported and passed, 4081; passed Senate,

AT sig 4430; enrolled, 4419 » approved, 4498.

In Senate : Received from House, 4046referred, 4092, reported, 4228; passed, 4403, 4404 ; enrolled, 4451.

H. R. No. 276–

Referred, 2571 H. R. No. 277

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H. R. No. 297–
In relation to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.-[By

Mr. Miller. ]

Referred, 3164.
H. R. No, 298
For the division of the State of Texas and the admission of the

same into the Union.-[By Mr. Stokes.] Referred,

3164. H. R. No. 299– For the relief of certain honorably discharged soldiers of the

volunteer forces of the Union Army.--[By Mr. Cobb.]

Referred, 3164; reported, 3762.
H. R. No. 300-
For the relief of loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indiang.--[By Mr.

Clarke, of Kansas.]

Referred, 3199.
H. R. No. 301-
Relative to the claim of Samuel P. Todd, deceased.-[By Mr.

Robinson.]

Referred, 3363
H. R. No. 302-
For the relief of the heirs of Mary Hassett, of the State of

Alabama.--[By Mr. Stokes.]

Referred, 3363 II. R. No. 303—

For the recognition of independence of Crete.-[By Mr. Shanks.]

Referred, 3363.
H. R. No. 304
To saspend action by the General Land Office under the provisions

of an act relative to islands in the Great Miami river, approved

March 2, 1868.-[By Mr. Mungen.]

Referred, 3364.
H. R, No. 305-
In respect to the construction of bridges over the Ohio and

Mississippi rivers.--[By Mr. Raum.j
Read, 3364; passed, 3760.

In Senate: Received from House, 3748; referred, 3748.
H. R. No. 306-
To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duties on

certain articles contributed to the National Association of

American Sharpshooters.-[By Mr. Schenck.]
Reported and passed, 3336.
In Senate : Received from House, 3359; referred, 3363; reported,

3814.
H. R. No. 307-
Tendering a vote of thanks to Captain D. W. McDougal.--[By

Mr. Archer.]

Referred, 3377. H. R. No. 3084

Relative to the fisheries.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]

Referred, 3462.
H. R. No. 309-
For the relief of Ethan A. Sawyer, of Jefferson county,

Tennessee.-[By Mr. Stokes. ]

Referred, 3477.
H. R. No. 310-
Limiting the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims to the loyal

citizens of the State of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Hinds. ]
Referred, 3524; reported and passed, 3967.

In Senate : Received from House, 3956; referred, 3982,
H.R. No. 311-
To remove a suit from the circuit court of Franklin county,

Arkansas, to the circuit court of the United States.-[By Mr.

Boles.]

Referred, 3525.
8. R. No. 312-
In relation to the pay of the Assistant Librarian of the House.

[By Nr. Blaine.]
Reported and passed, 3524, 3552; passed Senate, 3692; enrolled,

3702; approved, 3809.
In Senate: Received from House, 3551 ; read, 3552; passed,

3645; enrolled, 3688.
A. R. No. 313—
Respecting treaties hereafter to be made between the United

States and the Indian tribes.-[By Mr. Julian.]
Read and passed, 3552.

In Senate: Received from House, 3551; referred, 3552.
U. R. No. 314-
For the relief of George D. Blakey, late collector of the second

district of Kentucky.-[By Mr. Cobb.]
Reported and passed, 3554.

In Senate: Received from House, 3551; referred, 3652.
I. R. No. 316–
To extend the provisions of the act in regard to agricultural

colleges to the State of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Hinds. ]
Referred, 3587.

H. R. No. 316-
Extending the time for the completion of the Northern Pacific

railroad.-[By Mr. Price.]
Read and passed, 3588 ; passed Senate, 8504: enrolled, 3596 ;

approved, 3732 In Senate: Received from House, 8570; called op, 3570 ; passed,

3571; enrolled, 3580. H. R. No. 317To admit kryolite into the United States free of duty.-[By Mr.

Bingham.]

Referred, 3588.
H. R. No. 318-
To correct an act entitled “An act for the relief of certain

exporters of rum."'-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ] Referred, 3589; reported and passed, 3689; passed Senate, 3705;

enrolled, 3722; approved, 3809. In Senate : Received from House, 3671; passed, 3681 ; enrolled,

3715. H, R. No. 319In regard to charges of desertion in cases of soldiers honorably

discharged from the service.--[By Mr. Covode. ]
Referred, 3614; reported and passed, 4215.

In Senate: Received from House 4210; referred, 4210;
H. R. No. 320-
In relation to affixing revenue stamps to written instruments.—[By

Mr. Benton.]

Referred, 3616.
H. R. No. 321-
In relation to the erection of a bridge in Boston barbor.--[By Mr.

Cook. ]
Reported and passed, 3658; passed Senate, 3732; enrolled, 3758;

approved, 3809.
In Senate: Received from House, 3645; referred, 3645; passed,

3709; enrolled, 3748. H. R. No. 322Relative to Prince Edward's Island.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massa.

chusetts.)

Referred, 3757; reported and discussed, 4470; passed, 4471.
H. R. No. 323–
In relation to the surveys and examinations of rivers and barbors.-

[By Mr. Savyer.)
Read and passed, 3758; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498.
In Senate : Received from House, 3748 ; referred, 3748; reported,

3983; passed, 4399; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 324To extend the time for the completion of the West Wisconsin

railroad.-By Mr. Hopkins.) Read and passed, 3758; passed Senate, 3794; enrolled, 8809 ;

approved, 4003 In Senate: Received from House, 3748 ; passed, 3709; enrolled,

3770. H, R. No. 325Relative to the pay of the chief clerk in the office of the Sergeant

at-Arms of the House.-[By Mr. Windom. ] Read and passed, 3758, 3759; passed Senate, 4495 ; enrolled,

4496; approved, 4500. In Senate : Received from House, 3748; referred, 3748; reported,

4098; passed, 4466 ; enrolled, 4501.
H. R. No. 326-

For the relief of Henry B. St. Marie.--[By Mr. Stokes.]
Reported and passed, 3763 ; passed Senate, 4215; approved,

4255,
In Senate : Received from House, 3749; reported, 8983 ; passed,

4159; enrolled, 4210. H. R. No. 327Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duty on

certain meridian circles.-{ By Mr. Schenck.]
Reported, 3854; passed, 3854.

In Senate: Received from House, 3875; referred, 3875.
H. R. No. 328–

For the donation of certain columns.--[By Mr. O'Neill.)
Read and passed, 3883 ; passed Senate, 4489; enrolled, 4493 ;

approved, 4498.
In Senate : Received from House, 3869; referred, 3873; reported,

3983 ; passed, 4452; enrolled, 4462. H. R. No. 329To amend the fourteenth section of the aet approved July 28, 1866;

entitled " An act to protect the revenue.' -[By Mr. Schenck.) Reported and passed. 3028 ; passed Senate, 4138 ; enrolled,

4173 ; approved, 4422. In Senate: Received from House, 8904; referred, 3916; reported

and passed, 4095; enrolled, 4151. H. R. No. 330Relative to the Terminal Central Pacific Railway Company.

[By Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.) Reported, 3937.

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H. R. No. 331-

H. R. No. 346-
To grant an American register to the Hawaiian brig Victoria.- For heating and

ventilating Hall of the House of Representatives.-
Reported and passed, 3967; passed Senaté, 4216; approved, 4255. ! ! Referred to a select comiittee, 4252; committee named, 4259.
In Senate : Received from House, 3956; referred, 3983; reported, H. R. No. 347-
4146; passed, 4161; enrolled, 4210,-

To pay the claim of Captain Jacob S. Fuhrman.--[By Mr. Cake.]
H. R. No. 832—

Referred, 4252.
Authorizing the appointment of examiners to examine and

report H. R. No. 348
upon the expediency of discontinuing the navy-yard at To extend the provisions of the act of July 4, 1864, limiting the
Charlestown, Massachusetts, and uniting the same with the

of jurisdiction of the Court of Claims to the loyal citizens of yard at Kittery, Maine.-[By Mr. Lynch.]

the State of North Carolina.-[By Mr. Jones, of North Referred, 3999; (no record in Globe or House Journal of its

Carolina. )
having passed House.)

Referred, 4252
In Senate: Received from House, 8984; referred, 4024 ; reported,

H. R. No. 349
4093.

Authorizing the Congressional Printer to print land office H. R. No. 333–

circulars in the German language for distribution in Europe.To protect the existing land grant to the Minnesota railroad.-[By

[By Mr. Hopkins.)
Mr. Donnelly)

Referred, 4252.
Referred, 4000.

H. R. No. 350
H. R. No. 334—

For the relief of certain honorably discharged soldiers of the
In relation to the pay of the messenger and acting teller in the

volunteer forces of the United States Army.—[By Mr. Cobb.] office of the Sergeant-at-Arms.-[By Mr. Flanders.]

Referred, 4252.
Read and laid over, 4000.

H. R. No. 351-
H. R. No. 335–
For the protection of settlers on the Cherokee neutral lands in

Extending the act of July 17, 1854, providing for the payment of
Kansas.-[By Mr. Clever.]

the expenses of the Rogne River Indian war to two companies Read, 4000; passed, 4001.

of Oregon volunteers. - [By Mr. Mallory.] In Senate: Receivod from House, 3984 ; referred, 3986.

Referred, 4252.
H. R, No. 336

H. R. No. 362-
To protect the existing land grant of the Minnesota Valley

For furnishing certain ordnance for soldiers' monuments in New railroad in the State of Minnesota.-[By Mr. Donnelly.]

Jersey.-[By Ur, Hill.]
Read and laid over, 4001.

Referred, 4252.
H. R. No. 337-

H, R. No. 353-
Continuing the refining of bullion in the Mint of the United

In regard to certain lands granted to the State of Wisconsin to
States and branches. - [By Mr. Windom.]

aid in the construction of railroads in said State by an act Read, 4001; passed, 4002; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175,

approved May 7, 1864.– [By Ar, Hopkins. ] In Senate: Received from House, 3984; referred, 3987; reported

Referred, 4252. and indefinitely postponed, 4093.

H. R. No. 354 H. R. No. 338–

Admitting steam plows free of duty for one year from June 30, Exonerating certain vessels of the United States from the payment

1868.-[By Mr. Allison.] of tonnage fees to consular agents in Canada.-[By Mr.

Read and passed, 4253 ; passed Senate, 4295; enrolled, 4302 ; Spalding.)

approved, 4422 Read and passed, 4003; passed Senaté, 4216; approved, 4255.

In Senate; Received from House, 4236; referred, 4236; reported, In Senate: Received from House, 3984; referred, 4034; reported,

4266; passed, 4207; enrolled, 4275. 4146; passed, 4160, 4161; enrolled, 4210.

H. R. No. 355— H. R. No. 339.

To extend to the State of Louisiana the provisions of an act of Authorizing the remission of the duties on a chime of bells

Congress, approved July 4, 1864, entitled "An act to restrict imported for presentation to the Episcopal church at Hoosack,

the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims, and to provide for Rensselaer county, New York.-[By Mr. Griswold.]

the payment of certain demands for quartermasters' stores,” Reported and passed, 4007.

&c.—[ By Mr. Sypher.] In Senate : Received from House, 4024 ; referred, 4024.

Referred, 4335.

H. R. No. 356
For the relief of Peter M. Carmichael, surveyor of the port of

Relative to land scrip in the State of South Carolina.-[By Mr.
Albany.-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. }

Whittemore.]
Reported and passed, 4051; passed Senate, 4175; enrolled,

Referred, 4412
4182 ; approved, 4422.

:!

H, R. No. 357–
In Senale; Received from House, 4031; referred, 4031 ; enrolled,
4151.

Placing the loyal citizens of the State of Alabama on equal terms

with citizens of other States, according to the aet of July 4,

1864.-[By Mr. Haughey.]
For the relief of Z. M. Hall.—[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.)

Referred, 4416.
Reported and passed. 4080; passed Senate, 4216; approved, 4255.
In Senate : Received from House, 4080; referred, 4092 ; reported,

H. R. No. 3584
4146; passed, 4161; enrolled, 4210.

Authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish cannon to Soldiers'

Monument Association of Pequonnock and Paterson, New For restoration of Commander Greenleaf Cilley and Commander

Jersey;--[By Mr. Hil.)

Read and passed, 4430; passed Senate, 4489; enrolled, 4493; Aaron K. Hughes, of the United States Navy, to the activo list from the retired list. [By Mr. Pike.).

approved,

4498.

In Senate: Received from House, 4402; referred, 4445; reported In Senate : Received from House, 4080; referred, 4092.

and passed, 4458; enrolled, 4462.

H. R. No. 359— To admit free of datý 'certain statuary.—[By Mr. Stevens, of

Providing for increased duties on imported copper and copper

ore.—[ By Mr. Schenck.] Read and passed, 4081; passed Senate, 4293 ; enrolled, 4302 ;

Reported, 4467.

E. R. No. 360
In Senate: Received from Honse,4080 ; referred,4092 ; reported,

Relative to the accounts of George P. Putnam and Eliza Ketcham.

[By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts. ]

Referred, 4469. Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to refund doties paid

H. R. No. 361– on a chime of bells and clock imported for St. Joseph's

For the relief of Helen and Heloise Lincolo. [By Mr. Clarke, cathedral, Buffalo, New York. -[By Mr. Griswold.]

of Kansas. ]

Read and passed, 4469.
In Senate : Received from House, 4151 ; referred, 4159.

In Senate : Received from House, 4451 ; referred, 4458.

H. R. No. 362Relative to printing specifications of patents.--[By Mr. Ela.)

To aid in relieving from peonage women and children of the Navajo Reported, 4213; discussed, 4218; passed, 4215; enrolled, 4435;

Indians.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]

Read and passed, 4469 ; passed Senate, 4495; enrolled, 4496 ; In Senate: Received from House, 4210; referred, 4210; reported

approved, 4500. In Senate : Received from House, 4451; referred, 4453; reported and passed, 4462; enrolled, 4501.

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Reported and passed, 4081.

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H. R. No. 343–

Pennsylvania.]
4197; passed, 4251; enrolled, 4275.

H. R. No. 344

Reported and pagsed, 4172.

H. R. No. 345–

approved, 4498.
and passed, 4397; enrolled, 4443.

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