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Arnell, Samuel M., s Representative from Art Union Association, bill (H. R. No: 864) | Ashlev, James M., & Representative from
Tennessee-Continued.

for the incorporation of the National Ohio-Continued. remarks on the bill prescribing an oath of [By Mr. Banks. ]

joint resolutions introduced by office in certain cases............ 1708, 1711 referred, 1681; printed, 1906 ; reported and on bill for the admission of Alabana, 1827

No. 121-in relation to retaining certain discussed, 3061 ; tabled, 3062.

volunteer ofhcers...... on the bill to continue tbe Freedmen's

..153 Ashburn, George W., joint resolution (H. ..Bureau.... ...........1995, 1996, 1998

No. 272_relative to rebellion record, 2527 R. No. 86) for the relief of [By Mr. on the bill to amend the bankruptact, 2327 Eckley.)

resolutions submitted by— Is 13. on the Brooks, and Butler controversy, In Senale : reported adversely, 2759.

calling for information in regard to the ? 2862, 2363 || Ashley, Delos R., a Representative from

condition of the custom house and post on the death of ex-President Buchanan, Nevada.....

IV..2

office at Toledo, Ohio, and the appro2817 petitions presented by cudo.. -.-342, 779, 1514

priation needed for additions ond re. on the bill to relieve certain citizens from bills intreduced by

pairs to said building--[May 18, 1868), political disabilities......... ...3863

1939 No. 1163-to aid in the construction of on the river and barbor bill.

the Sutro canal.......

relating to the pay of the clerks of House on the civil appropriation bill.....

........ 2812 ..3850

standing committees-dune 1, 1868), No. 1801---to aid in the construction of a on the bill relating to the Freedmen's

2751 Bureau.......

railroad and telegraph line from the serede grain. 4005, 4006, 4479

in reference to the recent murder of citi. On the bill to reduce the military peace

Humboldt to the Colorado river..... 3864

zens in South Carolina-(June 11,1868),
establishment of the United States,
No. 1425-toegnalize taxation and reduce

8053
the interest on the public debt...... 4001
4493

motions made by.. ...67, 264, 1632,
(Not published. )
joint resolution introduced by

1901, 2487, 2528, 2335, 2812, 3175 No. 330m-relative to the Terminal Central leave of absence granted to.......... 2233,

Pacifie Railway Company ............3937

incidental remarks by... 265, 264, 571, 2497, 2948

591, 601, 692, 781, 1188, 1946, Arsenal, resolution instructing the Committee resolution submitted by

1317, 1770, 1939, 2193, 2317, on Military Affairs to inquire inte the excalling for certain information relative to

2552, 2750, 2751, 2946, 3063, pediency of establishing an, at Cheyenne, the present condition and management

3255, 4002, 4484, 4490, 4491 Dakota Territory [By Mr. Dodge, De

of the affairs of be United States branch

remarks on the resolution proposing an cember 10, 1867.)

mint at San Francisco, California

amendment to the Coostitution, 18, 117 agreed to, 105.

[February 20, 1868].................... 1293

on the bill (H, R. No. 214) to facilitate joint resolution (H. B. No. 89) explanatory

reports made by.

1682,

the restoration of the rebel States...53, of certain acts in relation to the armory 2461, 2592, 2812, 2835, 3937

67, 264, 265 and, at Rock Island, in the State of

motions made by

.: 2106 og the resolution for timpeachment of Illinois-By Mr. Price.

incidental remarks by.

1885, 4478 remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

the President, reported from the Judireported adversely, 2011,

ciary Comiuittee..., ....... 65, 67 Arsenal grounds, bill (H. R. No. 451) pro.

1254, 3706

on the supplementary reconstruction bill viding for the sale of the, at St. Louis and on the articles of impeachment.........1610

(II. R. No. 489).

....517 Liberty, Missouri-[By Mr. Pile.] (8ce Appendix.)

on drawing for seats. .1014, 1085 referred, 578; substitute reported and dis

on the resolution to print the report of J.
Ross Browne........

on the bill concerning the rights of Americussed, 714 ; passed, 717; passed Senate

2131

can citizens abroad...... .... 1101 with amendment, 4216 ;' concurred in, on the Indian appropriation bill, .2618

on tbe legislative appropriation bill... 1255 4341; enrolled, 4875 ; approved, 4477. on the bill relating to public lands granted

on the resolution reported for the in

to Nevada.., In Senate : received from House, 720; ro

2835

peachment of the President....... 1346, ferred, 720; reported, 4070; passed with on the bill concerning cities and towns on

1847, 1360, 1361 amendments, 4160 ; agreed to by House,

1 public lands. ......

2835 4321 ; enrolled, 4346. on the bill to increase registers' and re

on the civil appropriation billede... 1507

on the bill for the admission of Alabama, remarks byceiyers' compensation.

1820 Mr. Barnes ......715

2885, 2836

ou the bill for the relief of W, W. Holden Mr. Boutwell

..716
on the hill to amend an act for carrying

and others.............1907, 1982, 1933 Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.....

the mails.......... .715, 4341

3309

on the Connecticut avenue railway bill, Mr. Dodge..

.717
on the order of business...
.8846

2163 Mr. Gartield ...........

714, 715, 716
on the civil appropriation bill...384, 3815

on the Alta Vela resolution.............2338 Mr. Harding.

.716 on the bill to equalize taxation and the Mr. Logan insti.... bbnú..., 715, 717

public debt ......

; on the order of business.............,2335 ........................4001

on the lodian appropriation bill.......2652 Mr. Maynard.................715, 716, 717 || Ashley, James M., a Representative from

on the President's message...........2713, Mr. Mungen...

..715, 717

Ohio contri und Alt. Mr. Pile...578, 714, 716, 716, 717, 4341

petitions presented by....

144,

on the bill to admit Arkansas...2811, 2012 Mr. Raum .......

489, 605, 1886, 2193

on the bill to increase registers' and reMr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania....... 716 bills introduced by

ceivers' compensation.....

2835 Mr. Van Wyck ...... No. 214-to facilitate the restoration of

on the bill to incorporate the National Mr. Ward

***... ä..., 715

the late rebel States, and for oiher pur. Art Union Association .......3061, 3062 Mr. Washburne, of Minois..........714, poses

53

on the river and harbor bill... 1.3210 715, 716

No. 215--to fix the time for the election on the bill to provide a government for Mr. Washburn, of Indiana....... .716 of Representatives and Delegates to the

the Territory of Wyoming....43H4, 4345 Mr. Wilson, of lowa..............715, 716 Congress of the United States.........53 leave of absence granted to ........2287, 3310 Articles--see Armies."

No. 276-to amend the organic act of the Assay office, bill (H. R. No. 264) to locate and Artificial limbs, resolution directing Commit. Territory of New Mexico............... 153

establish an, in the Territory of Idaho 1 tee on Military Affairs to inquire into the No. 277-to facilitate the restoration of [By Mr. Holbrook.] expediency of providing by law that sol

the late rebel States.......

.153 diers entitled to, under the act of July 16, No. 428-to repeal section three of the act

referred, 90; reported, 1768; passed, 1769.

In Senate: received from House, 1782; 1866, may in certain cases receive the approved July 23, 1866, establishing a referred, 1782; reported, 1910. value of such limbs in money in lieu of metropolitan board of police for the Assessors--see Collectors. the order on the manufacturer[By Mr. District of Columbia ..... .....475 | Asylum, bill (H. R. No. 83) to provide for the Perham, December 19, 1867.)

No. 429—for the relief and pay of certain relief of the Orphan, and orphans, susagreed to, 286.

volunteer soldiers and sailors therein tained thereby in Charleston, South Caro; resolution in relation to making provision at designated .......

.......... 475 the Central Asylum for Disabled Soldiers No. 540-to provide a temporary gove

lina--[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.) for furnishing, free of cost to disabled ernment for the Territory of Wyoming,

committee discharged, 280; referred anew,

230. soldiers, the work to be done by iomates

779 bill (H. R: No: 461) making an appropriaof the asylum-[By Mr. Schenck, Janu- No. 1148-o repeal the act approved

tion for rebuilding the United States

March 2, 1867, abolishing the office of military, at Togus, Maine-[By Mr. adopted, 388.

Commissioner of Public Buildings, and Blaine.] report on the subject of ....

.........2333 vesting the care and custody of the same referred, 637, Arts, bill (d. R. No. 1260) being a further in a superintendent appointed by the bill(H. R. No. 642) to promote the efficiency

addition to a an aet to promote the prog. Committee on Public Buildings and of the American commercial marine, to ress of the useful+[By Mr. Myers.)

Grounds...

...da... 2750 referred, 3164.

provide for the orphans of soldiers and No. 1199-to authorize the Secretary of sailors killed in battle or deceased in the bill (H. R. No. 1419) in addition to the act

the Treasury to sell the custom-bouse 1 service of the United States, and to of July 4, 1836, to promote the prog: and grounds at Toledo, Ohio, and to enlarge the, for disabled veteraas–[By *ress of the useful-[By Mr. Mercur.] purchase & new site for a custom-house Mr. Johnson.) referred, 4000.

and post office in said city........ 2936 referred, 935.

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CCI Asylum-Continued.

Axtell, Samuel B., a Representative from Cal- Baker, Jehu, a Representative from Illinoisjoint resolution (HI..R. No. 296) appointing lifornia Continued.

Continued.
managers of the National, for Disabled remarks on the bill concerning southern land motion made by........

..... ...................156 Soldiers--[By Mr. Garfield..]

grants...............

....834
incidental remarks by

.. 1420 read and passed, 1683 ; passed Senate, s on the resolution reported for the impeach- remarks on the bill to execupt cotton froin 1790; enrolled, 1806; not returned and ment of the President.....ba..

internal tax ............

...... 29 become a law, 21031 (Not published.)

b jy on the resolution coucerning revenue and In Senate: received from House, 1693; on the civil appropriation bill........... 1456 expenditure.

....97 called up, 1096; passed, 1758; enrolled, on the articles of impeachment-a. 1607 mai on the President's message ........195, 606 1812. (Not published.)

į on the bill relating to deserters.......... 283 resolution supplying with certain doenments 70 on the resolution to print the report of J. on the bill constituting eight hours a day's

- the library of the National, for Disabled Ross Brownel...in c............ 2132 work....
· Volunteer Soldiers at Dayton--[By Mr. on the river and farbor bill.............3596 on the bill for the relief of Captain Charles
Schenck, May 27, 1868. ]
on the purchase of Alaska ......3804, 3805 P. Johnson.....

......591 adopted, 2610,

on the joint resolution in reference to the on the deficiency bill:(H. K. No. 320), 688 Asylums, joint resolution (H. R. No. 278) to Hawaiian brig Vietoria........... 3967 on the resolution concerning one of the

sapply books and public docuinenta to the on the bill to fix the military peace estab- justices of the Supreme Court.........864 national, for disabled soldiers-[By Mr. lishment......

........8972

on the legislative appropriation bill... 1050, Sehenek. ] on the joint resolution to continue the

1140, 1251 read and passed, 2634 ; passed Senate with refining of bullion......

.4001, 4002

on the bill in regard to the rights of AmeriAmendments. 2776 ; concurred in, 2836; on the funding bill...4185, 4186, 4193, 4194 can citizens abroad...., 1099, 1128, 1159 enrolled, 2855; approved, 2937.

on the Western Pacific railroad bill...4483 on the bill extending certain parents for In Senate : received from House 2627; on the bill to establish a collection district cutting screws....

............. 1181 referred, 2628; passed with amendment, in Alaska.....

on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel "2759; concurred in by House, 2857; en- on the Vallejo and Humboldt railroad E. Sınitb)...,

............. 1198 rolled, 2858.

bill. ....

.4492 on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers Atkins, Benjamin, bill (H. R. No. 987) for the leave of absence granted to...), 2071, 4499

of 1812......

...... 1215 relief of–[By Mr. Pile]

on the resolution reported for the impeach. referred, 2228

B.

ment of the President............. 1347 Atkinson, Mary, bill (S. No. 419) granting a

Badge, joint resolution (s. R. No. 93) grant- (Not published.) pension to

ing permission to officers and soldiers to on the artieles of impeachment........ 1660 received from Senate, 1859: referred, 1869;

wear the, of the corps in which they on the Tenuessee election (case of R. R. reported and passed. 2907'; enrolled, 2942. served during the war.

Builer)...... 1666, 1607, 1085, 1686, 3197 Atlanuc, resolution calling for the facts con

received from Senate, 3007; passed, 4391 ; on the bill for the admission of Alabama, nected with the mortgage held on the "enrolled, 4422.

1869 steamship, and the reasons why the sale Bailey, Alexander H., a Representative from on the bill to exempt certain manufachas been so long postponed-[By Mr.

New York..

2

tures from tax. Washburne, of Hlinois, April 8, 1868.]

petition presented by...

.648 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameriadopted, 2287. resolations submitted by

can citizens abroad..

2311, 2312 Atlee, Jacoh, bill (H. R. No. 1107) for the

in reference to the reduction of the force on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre. relief of--[By Mr. Longbridge.]

'now employed in the collection of the sentation in Congress..... 2391 referred, 2563.

internal revenue "taxes - [March 31, on the impeachinent trial, alleged corrupt Attorney General, calls for information upon,

: 1868]...

2228
practices.....

2303 *134, 1116

in reference to the claim of Charles Maycommunications from....61, 260, 1282, 1633

case of Charles W. Woolley, a [July 1, 1868].

.3655 Attorney General's department, resolution in

report made by.

.3655 on the river and harbor bil..........22532 structing Committee on the Judiciary to

motion made by.....
.3656

3565, 3566 inquire into the expediency of providing

remarks on the bill concerning the rights of on the bill to amend an act concerning that solicitors in the Departments, "and

American citizens abroad.....

.967

the Ilipois and St. Louis bridge...2974 other law officers, shall all constitute a

on the resolution reported for the impeach- 'on bill to admit North Caroliua, &c., 3093 part of the--- [ By Mr: Lawrence, of Obio,

ment of the President............ 1988 (Not published.) (See Appendix.)

Teave of absence granted to, 1632, 1791, 2756 agreed to, 168.

on the joint resolution to regulate the Baldwin, John D., a Representative from Masfreight tariff on the Pacific railroad, 2422 sachusetts......

.2 resolution relating to the tax for licenses to, om the Puget sound railroad bill ...... 2442 petitions presented by

342, and claim agents-[By Mr. Perham, on the river and harbor bill.....3558, 3562

997, 1094, 1202, 2532 leave of absence granted to........ 1092, 2542 bills introduced by

Bailey, S. 8., joint resolution (H. R. No. 207) No. 499-to abolish the office of director resolution in relation to members of Con. for the relief of-[By Mr. Ferry.]

of the Bureau of Statistics and transfer

tot
in Government
referred, 1217.

the business of the bureau to the Depart8–[By Mr. Kerr, Jutie 1, 1868.]

Baker, Jehu, a Bepresentative from Minois, 2 ment of Education.......... ..637 bill introduced by

No, 779—for securing to authors in certain No. 1821-granting a pension to Mrs,

cases the benefit of international copy36) authorizing the Secretary of the Treas

Susan Carson.....

......3554

right, advancing the development of resolutions-submitted by

American literature, and promoting the referring so much of tlie annual message interests of publishers and book-buyers of the President as relates to the sub.

in the United States........

1316 ject of education and labor to the Com- No. 897–concerning contracts and pay. mittee on Education and Labor-(De

ments....

... 1760 cember 12, 1867).............

joint resolution introduced by ., :;. in reference to the redaction of the mili- No. 1234to abolish the bonded warehonse tary establishment of the United States- he

system.co.id

....... 209 (December 12, 1867)................... 156 reports made by......... 1916, 4004

instructing Committee on Military Affairs motions made by......... Axtell, Samael B., a Representative from Cal. to inquire what measure of relief would

1451, 1706, 1768, 4004 be proper in the case of Mrs. Ella E. or incidental remarks by...... 1184, 1708, 1901

Hobart, for services rendered by her as remarks on the President's message, 871, 456 Sup******

.2

chaplain of first regin:ent of Wisconsin on the bill to incorporate thie. Washington ***********

. 98, 517 1 No. 297-to remit the duties upon certain

volunteer artillery-(January 23, 1868), Target-Shooting Association ......830

712 vision the Military Academy appropriation instructing Committee of Ways and Means bill..

993 to inquire into the expediency of so 9 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.

amending the internal revenue law as » Butler).cs.com. c. 1683, 16,90 11. Henry Yale to examination for admis. Hernment stamps through the post office to provide for the distribution of Gov- ||-!3, on printing the papers in the B., W. Pers

kins's claim...... or otherwise-[February 11,1868]... 1116 on the National Safe Deposit Company No. 381-to grant an American register 1.1 Long, on the improvement of the harbor calling for the report of Major H. C.

bill.....

3226

on the river and harbor bill...............3563 Incidental remarks by...... min. 1860, 4138

at Alton, Illinois --[April 13, 1868), 2291 on the order of business.. in relation to the claim of Laac I. Rich

004

the bill providing for an exchange of
mond-(July 7, 1888)....
.............. 3780

publie documents and

on the

December 12, 1867.] Attorneys-see Courts.

January 28, 1868.] agreed to, 806.

cases

gress appearing as,

agreed to, 2752. Aug. Gaurdien, joint resolution (S. R. No.

ury to issue an American register to the bark. received from Senate, 3217; referred, 3176; reported, 3732 ; committee discharged,

4477. Aukeny, H. G., bill (H. R. No. 1130) for the reliefof, late captain fourth

lowa infantry[By Mr. Dodge.] y reported and passed, 2680. I Senate : received from House, 2690 ; referred, 2701 ; referred anew, 2759.

....... 152

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..830,

petitions presented by bill introduced by - carton goods, wares,

and merchandise destroyed by fire in the city of San Francisco, 209 joint resolutions introduced by * No. 247-as to the admission of Richard,

Bion into the Naval Academy........2165 motions made by........................4491

to the Hawaiian brig Victoria........3967

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Ballard, A, W., bill (H. R. No. 653) for the Bankg--Continued. relief of [By Mr. Loughridge.]

banks, &c.—(By Mr. Pile, December referred, 779; reported and passed, 2680; 10, 1867.]

passed Senate, 4496; enrolled, 4499; ap- laid over, 210; called ap, 936 ; rejected, proved, 4499.

1859; reconsidered, modified, and In Senate : received from House, 2690; re

adopted, 1860. ferred, 2701; referred anew, 2759; reported bill (H.' R. No. 375) in relation to taxing and passed, 4506; enrolled, 4517.

shares of national-[By Mr. Blaine.] Ball, Sarah E., bill (H. R. No. 13821) granting referred, 473.

a pension to, widow of James Ball, de- resolution calling for information concernceased, late a fireman on the steamer ing loans by national, upon railroad or Vídette, connected with the Burnside ex

mining stocks, and speculative operapedition-{By Mr. Miller.]

tions by bank officers in such stocks, reported and passed, 3890; passed Senate, and directing examinations to be made 4395; enrolled, 4481; approved, 4497.

in reference thereto if, &c.-[By Mr. In Senate : received from House, 8917; Logan, January 20, 1868.]

reported, 4146; passed, '4367; enrolled, adopted, 644. 4448.

bill (H. R. No. 512) in relation to taxing Bank, joint resolution (H. R. No. 105) author. shares in national--[By Mr. Blaine.)

izing the Comptroller of the Currency to referred, 693; reported, 801; discussed, revoke the order appointing a receiver 801; passed, 803 ; passed Senate, 936. to take charge of any, and to restore In Senate : received from House, 789; said, to the owners thereof-[By Mr. Van referred, 815; reported and passed, 921 ; Wyck.]

enrolled, 969. referred, 89; substitute reported, 1243 ; remarks by~

passed, 1243 ; passed Senate, 1448; enrolled, 1473; approved, 1643.

Mr. Blaine ........

693, 802 Mr. Clarke, of Ohio....

.803 In Senate: received from House, 1232; re

Mr. Garfield, ferred, 1256; reported, 1428 ; passed, 1429 ; Mr. Harding....

.802 enrolled, 1463.

Mr. Holman.

802, 808 bill (H. R. No. 1085) to anthorize the Man- Mr. Logan.....

.801, 802 ufacturers National, of New York to Mr. Lynch...

.......................................

..803 change its location-By Mr. Hill.)

Mr. Paine....

...803 referred, 2362 ; reported and passed, 8327; Mr. Peters..

.802 indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3535. Mr. Plants..

.803 In Senate: received from House, 3324 ;

Mr. Pomeroy referred, 3847; reported adversely and

801, 802, 803 Mr. Pruyn.

..802 indefinitely postponed, 3504. bill (S. No. 621) authorizing the Manufac

Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky

Mr. Welker .........
turers' National, of New York to change
its location,

resolution in relation to the employment of received from Senate, 4175 ; passed, 4489;

legal-tender notes and gold, to a loan,

and the national-[By Mr. Mallory, Janenrolled, 4496. Banking and Currency, the Committee on, in.

uary 27, 1868.] stractions to....

agreed to, 780. .95, 507, 2228

resolution on repealing the tax on the circureports from ......

286,

lation of State-By Mr. Trimble, of 801, 803, 1243, 3327, 3524, 3761 Banking, bill (H. R. No. 681) for retiring Uni

Tennessee, January 28, 1868.] ted States notes and for a free system of

objected to, 806.

bill (H. R. No. 702) to amend the act estabnational--[By Mr. Poland.]

lishing the national--[By Mr. Butler, of referred, 1082; motion to reconsider, 1115.

Massachusetts. ] Banking act, resolution instrueting Committee

referred, 1243. on Banking and Currency to inquire into resolution in reference to reducing the exthe expediency of so amending the, as to

cessive and unequal tax imposed by exextend its advantages to all persons who isting laws upon private, and, organized will comply with its provisions, and to re- and doing business under State laws, strict the issuing of bank notes to bank

&c.-[By Mr. Kerr, March 31, 1868.] to an amount not exceeding to thirds of

agreed to, 2228. its capital stock-[By Mr. Hubbard, of

joint resolution (H. R. No. 277) calling for West Virginia, December 9, 1867.]

reports of national--[By Mr. Barnes.] agreed to, 95.

referred, 2610. Banking associations, resolution calling for resolution on the subject of a tax on the cap

certain information in relation to the na- ital, deposits, and circulation of all national, since their organization under the tional and other--[By Mr. Ingersoll, present national baoking act-[By Mr. June 17, 1868. ] , Randall, May 25, 1868. ]

agreed to, 8223. agreed to, 2569; motion to reconsider, 2590;

bill (H. R. No. 1282) authorizing certain, motion to call

UP,
2592.

named therein to change their namesBanking circulation, joint resolation (H. R.

[By Mr. Pomeroy.] No. 197) declaring it inexpedient to have

reported, 3327 ; passed, 3328; indefinitely at this time any change or reduction of

postponed by Senate, 3585. the-[By Mr. Miller.)

In Senate : received from House, 3324; referred, 1083,

reported adversely and indefinitely postBanking law, resolution in relation to the ex.

poned, 3504. pediency of certain amendments to the

remarks by ĝeneral-[By Mr. Morrell, March 5, 1868.]

+ Mr. Farnsworth.............

3328 agreed to, 1682.

Mr. Mungen.........

.3328 Banks--see Currency.

Mr. Pomeroy.......... .3327, 3328 resolution calling for a report of the amount resolution inquiring the amount of public of Government funds that remained on

money on deposit in national, at the end deposit in national, on first day of each

of ench'month from October 31, 1867month from the 30th of June, 1866, to [By Mr. Kelley, June 27, 1868. ] the 31st of October, 1867--[By Mr. Kel

objected to: 3656. ley, December 4, 1867.]

joint resolution (H, R. No. 225) respectadopted, 26.

ing national, in liquidation-[By Mr. resolution inquiring whether since the 1st

Barnes.) day of July last past any national, hava referred, 1608; reported and passed, 3524. changed their sécurities held in the

In Senate : received from House, 3521 ; Treasury to secure their circulation and

referred, 8521; committee discharged, Government deposits, and, if so, what

4093.

Banks, Nathaniel P., a Representative from Pa Beratore e Massachusetts....

....... 2 petitions presented by..... 209, 241. 317, 666,

1256, 2006, 2582, 8238, 3273, 3347, 3708 bills introduced by~

* POH No. 865--constituting eight hours a day's I. 7. work for all Jaborers, workmen, and

***299 nine to the mechanics employed by or on behalf of the Government of the United States, the providres

334 Pada hari No. 584-concerning the rights of Ameri- reuertes the Free

can citizens in foreign States........... 783 No. 768-concerning the rights of Ameri. que era rief of them

can citizens in foreign States.......... 1294 me Liesek 1
No. 864-for the incorporation of the Perest bertan suhu

National Art Union Association... 1681 92.9020
No. 936-for the regulation of labor in the

acea da...
navy-yards of the United States and
compensation thereof ................... 1993

pop orging for the trees No. 967-to provide for the removal of

the remains of Hon. W. T. Coggeshall, late minister of the United States at Ecuador, to the United States......2099 No. 1096-making an appropriation of

money to carry into effect the treaty

with Russia of March 30, 1867......2528
joint resolutions introduced by-
No. 118-in regard to the publication of

postal conventions made with foreign
Governments.........

97
No. 276-relative to the sale of tbe war

vessel Stonewall......................., 2571 resolutions submitted byrelating to postal conventions--{December 9, 1867)... us.

..97
calling for information in reference to pub-

lic vessels sold since the close of the
war, and the proceeds of said sales-

[December 12, 1867)................. 108
inquiring what measures have been taken

to obtain indemnity from the Spanish merce of American citizens during the way for the erebange of Government for spoliations on the comlate war with the South American re! publies--[May 26, 1868)............, 2592 tonos app! for printing the usual edition of the Consti

tation, Rules, and Manual, together with

Barclay's Digest-[July 25, 1868], 4485 reports made by......

783, 1294, 1797, 2528, 2529, 3804 motions made by...

447, 602, 783, 865, 1160, 1426, 1772,
1906, 2108, 2217, 2227, 2318, 2538,

3884, 4340, 4341, 4396, 4474, 4485 incidental remarks by......97, 108, 291, 644,

713, 714, 805, 1806, 2289, 2290, 2321,
2527, 2570, 2592, 3294, 3337, 3616, 3658,

3953, 4007, 4215, 4340, 4470, 4495, 4500 remarks on the President's message...... 92,

93, 95, 134, 135
on the purchase of Alaska........185, 1871,

2528, 3556, 3620, 3628, 3658, 3659, in den of-By Mr.
3660, 3661, 3662, 3663, 3804, 3806,
3810, 3811, 3813, 3814, 3893, 3884,
4052, 4053, 4054, 4055, (not pub-

lished, ) 4340, 4341, 4392, 4393, 4394
(See Appendix.)
on the joint resolution in regard to the

publication of postal conventions....152
on the bill constituting eight hours a day's
work ..........

334, 335, 336 on the case of Rev. John McMahon, 420 on the joint resolution relating to Ameri

can citizens imprisoned in Ireland, 420 on the bill (H. R. No. 584) concerning the rights of American citizens abroal,

783, 831, 832, 833, 865, 866, 1099,

**1107; 1127, 1128, 1129, 1159, 1160 on the bilt in reference to land grants to

southern railroads......
on the resolution concerning the arrest
" and trial of Stephen J. Meany.......945,

947, 948, 949 on the bill (H. R. No. 768) concerniog the

rights of American citizens abroad, 1218,
1294, 1797. 1799, 1800, 1805, 1806, 2011,

2312, 2013, 2814, 2315, 2016, 2017, 2318 on the consular and diplomatic appropria;

tion bill.............1220, 1224, 1226, 1227 on the Army appropriation bill...... 1805,

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Banks, Nathaniel P., a Representative from Bankruptcy-Continued.
Massachusetts-Continued.

bill (H. R. No. 1021) in amendment of an remarks on the naval appropriation bill,

act entitled "An act to establish a uni1322, 1923, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1327, 2336 form system of, throughout the United on the civil appropriation bill.. 1455,

States," approved March 2, 1867—[By 1456, 1458, 2003, 3847, 8848, 3849

Mr. Jenckes.) on the joint resolution relative to the Bos.

reported and recommitted, 2310; leave to ton post office..........

....1770 report asked, 2818; reported, 2324 ; on the joint resolution providing for the discussed, 2324; passed, 2328 ; passed

maritime exhibition at Havre, 1771, 1772 Senate, 4474; enrolled, 4485; approved, on the bill to continue the Freedmen's

4498. Bureau........

....., 1814 In Senate : received from House, 2329; on the bill for the relief of the heirs of referred, 2329; reported adversely,

General Duncan L. Clinch...1867, 1902 8213; called up, 4448; passed, 4449; on the bill to exempt certain manufactures enrolled, 4454.

from tax ...........2100, 2102, 2104, 2105 remarks byon the order of business...

2225,
Mr. Arnell.........

2327 2291, 2308, 3616, 3658, 3694, 3804

Mr. Banks........

.....2310 on the bill providing for the expenses of

Mr. Beck .........

2328 the impeachment trial..................

.2308

Mr. Dawes,... 2325, 2326, 2328 on bill to amend the bankrupt act.... 2310

Mr. Eldridge.........

2318 on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cunning

Mr. Eliot

2325 bam........

2322, 2323
Mr. Jenckes....

.2310, on the Alta Vela resolution .....2366, 2367

2318, 2324, 2325, 2326, 2327, 2328 on sundry questions relating to impeach

Mr. Maynard..

2327 ment..........

.... 2864
Mr. Miller

.....2327 on withdrawing from a committee, 2367

Mr. Niblack

2325 on the joint resolution for the protection

Mr. Paine....

2325, 2326 of fishing vessels. ....

2379
Mr. Pike......

2827 on the resolution concerning a letter to Mr. Spalding:

.2325 Senator Henderson......................2498 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. ..2310, on the bill relative to the purchase of

2318, 2326, 2328 Alaska.........

..... 2528

yeas and nays on the ......... .2328 on the joint resolution relative to the sale | Bankrupt law, resolution instructing Judiciary

of the Stonewall.. ............. 2671 Committee to inquire into the expediency on the memorial for a modification of the of so amending the, as to require the petilaw of nations..

..18255 tion of a majority of the creditors to comon the bill for the relief of E. R. & S. W. pel the debtor to go into involuntary bank

Clarke............................-8691, 3692 ruptcy-[By Mr. Donnelly, February 10, on the bill for the removal of certain 1868.). political disabilities......

3851

agreed to, 1084. on the bill providing for the exchange of Barker, Elizabeth, bill (S. No. 484) for the public documents.......

.4391 relief of, widow of Alexander Barker, on the bill to regulate the duty on copper

deceased. 1 ores.........4494, 4496, 4499, 4500, 4501 received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; on the river and harbor bill.... leave of absence granted to.....

1.1..3207

reported and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.

...2621 Bankrupt act, bill (H. R, No. 250) to 'amend

Barnes, Demas, a Representative from New
York..

..................2 the-[By Mr. Paine.]

petitions presented by. 1094, 2976

bills introduced by Bankrupt cases, joint resolution (H. R. No. No. 306—for the relief of Ellen Murphy, 233) in regard to the fees of clerks and

209 marshals in-[By Mr. Van Wyck.]

No. 1432-—to place upon the pension-roll referred, 1869. Bankruptcy, bill (H. R. No. 249) to amend an

the name of Mrs. Julia Cady, mother

of James Cady......... act entitled "An act to establish a uniform

joint resolutions introduced bysystem of, throughout the United States,', No. 106--for "removing obstructions to approved March 2, 1867—[By Mr. Paine.]

navigation in East river and Hell Gate,

.89 bill (H. R. No: 318) to amend an act to

in the port of New York....... establish a uniform system of-[By Mr.

No. 107—to provide Government build

-ings in city of Brooklyn, New York...89 referred, 257; committee discharged, re

No. 178—to finish the steam frigate Java,

780 692, bill (H. R. No. 350) to authorize clerks of

No. 225-respecting national banks in

1668 courts of record to administer oaths in

"!!!! 'liquidation...... proceedings in-[By Mr. Loughridge.]

No. 277---calling for reports of national banks ......

.... 2610 referred, 331; committee discharged, re

resolution submitted by

instructing the Secretary of the Navy to the publication of official notices in

have the United States steam frigate

id... Java completed without unnecessary referred, 331; committee diseharged, re

delay_[January 21, 1868] report made by....

........ 3524

motions made by.......... : 70, 95, 935, 1112 March 2, 1867, entitled "An act to estab

incidental remarks by.

:.566, lish a uniform system of, throughout the

668, 935, 1294, 1400, 2651, 2995 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

internal tax, 16, 17, 33, 34, 506, 742, 898 on the President's message..

.469 on the bill for the sale of the arsenal

grounds at St. Louis............ .715 tem of, throughout the United States'.

on the bill to regulate the deposit of publie moneys ....

...... 804, 805 on the legislative appropriation bill... 1112 on the resolution reported for the impeach

ment of the President.......... 1340, sys

1942, 1943, 1398 (See Appendix.) on the civil appropriation bill. .1478 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness. .........

.2672

Barnes, Demas, a Representative from New

York--Continued. remarks on the order of business.........2750 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...... 2890,

2982, 2985, 2991, 2992, 2993, 2995, 3037, 3048, 8068, 8070,

3105, 3106, 8108, 3109, 3110 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284). ..3447,

3451, 8461, 3534, 3535, 3536 on the joint resolution relating to national

banks in liquidation......... ... 3524 on the river and barbor bill........ ..3561 leave of absence granted to... ..1161,

2193, 3226, 3597, 4083 Barney, Samuel Chase, jr., bill (8. No. 148)

to change the name of, to that of Samuel

Chase De Krafft.
reported and passed with amendment, 107;

agreed to by Senate with amendme
with new title, 134; agreed to by House,

162; enrolled, 195. Barnum, William H., a Representative from Connecticut.........

.2 petitions presented by ..

....719, 816, 901, 1330, 1485, 1862, 1974 leave of absence granted to .......... 1960, 2307 Barricklow, Henry, bill (H. R. No. 1063) for

the relief of-[By Mr. Holman.] referred, 2441; reported and passed, 2540. In Senate: received from House, 2545 ;

referred, 2548. Barton, Julia A., bill (H. R. No. 1173) grant

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.) reported and passed, 2908; passed Senate,

4394 ; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate : received from House, 2925 ; referred, 2985; reported, 3814; passed,

4363 ; enrolled, 4442. Barton, Ruth, bill (H. R. No. 1232) granting

a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley: ] reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate,

4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: received from House and re

ferred, 3119; reported, 8900 ; passed,

4365 ; enrolled, 4443. Bashford, Coles, a Delegate 'from Arizona.

petition presented by............... ..1330
bill introduced by
No. 490-to create the collection district
of Arizona ......

637 remarks on the Indian appropriation bill,

2682 on the bill to amend an act for carrying the mails ....

3310 Beales and Dixon, joint resolution (H. R. No.

217) for the relief of-[By Mr. Washburn,

of Massachusetts. ] reported and passed, 1504 ; passed Senate,

2289; enrolled, 2289; approved, 2321. In Senate : received from House, 1497;

referred, 1498; reported, 1940; discussed,

2281; passed, 2282; enrolled, 2289. Beaman, Fernando C., & Representative from Michigan

........2 petitions presented by

.241, 403 605, 920, 949, 979, 1286, 1741,

1806, 2227, 2330, 2686, 2789 bills introduced by No. 1190—to regulate trade on our gorthern

frontier, and for other purposes.....2935 No, 1203--to erect two additional States

out of the territory of the State of

Texas.. resolutions submitted by+ in reference to an Auditor for the Depart

ment of Agrieultare-[December 12, 1867-) ..........

..... 152 calling for a report of the number of votes

cast under the reconstruction laws up to the present time for and against the adoption of the constitution for the State

of Alabama-[March 9, 1868]......1667 reports made by ..........

566. 2971 motions made by ..................... 566, 1761 ineidental remarks by

229, 421, 566, 2354, 2407, 2581, 3295 remarks on the legislative appropriation

bill...... .............. 1113, 1114, 1136, 1137 on the bill extending certain patents for

1180 cutting screws.

referred, 90.

..6...4080

referred, 90.

Kelley.]

ferred anew,

......

ferred anew, 692 joint resolution (H. R. No. 134) relating to

[By Mr. Allison.)

......... ...668

ferred anew, 692. bill (H. R. No. 372) to amendan act approved

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United States'-(By Mr. Arnell.] referred, 417; committee discharged, re

ferred anew, 692. bill (H. R. No. 472) to amend an act enti

tled "An act to establish a uniform sys

... 210,

(By Mr. Mullins.] referred, 686. bill (H. R. No. 957) to amend an act enti

tled "An act to establish a uniform
tem of, throughout the United States,"
approved March 2, 1867—(By Mr.

Anderson.)
referred, 2070.

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Beaman, Fernando C., a Representative from Beck, James B., a Representative from Ken Benjamin, Johu F., a Representative from
Michigan-Continued.
tucky--Continued.

Missouri ---Continued. remarks on the resolution reported for the remarks on the bill for the relief of W. W. bilis introduced by a

impeachment of the Presidents...... 1367 Holden and others, ......... 1907 No. 600-establishing a post route from (See Appendix.)

on the bill to adinit Alabaina to represent Macon city to Clition, in the State of on the bill to guaranty a republican form ation in Congress........2139, 2200, 2207

Missouri.........

....891 of government.

1968, 1971 on the bill to amend the bankrupt aci, 2328 No, 1213--to establish a post route from on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c, 3037 on the bill to adınit Arkansas lo represent. Rocksport io Glasgow, in Missouri, 3561 on the resolution relasing to the guard- ation in Congress, 2391,2392, 2394, 2396 No. 1240--granting a pension to Wargaret room at the Capitol...........

....., 2650
on the bill for the readmission of South

Lewis.......

.3103 on the tax bill (II. R. No. 1060)......2887, Carolina, &c............ 2118, 2445, No. 121-granting a pension to Mrs. 2893, 2991, 3035, 3069 24 16, 24-17, 241, 2450, 2451, 3090 Mary Brown.....

......3103 on the bill to admit Arkansas...2021, 2938 on the bill to relieve eertain citizeus of No. 1212--granting a pension to Esther leave of absence granted to ........

............. 2225
North Carolina from, political disabili.

Fisk...............

......3103 Beatty, John, a Representative from Ohio, 984 ties............ ........ 2415, 3297, 8298 No. 1213--granting a pension to William peticions presented by....... assis sein....1161 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

0. Dodge.. bills introduced by~

recusant witness....

2701 No. 1235—granting a pension to William No. 824-granting a pension to Annie on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2840, 2814, J. Cotty, lite of the twenty-first Mis......... 1450

2845, 2879, 2889, 2890,

souri infantry....

- na..., 3363 No. 825.-granting a pension to Joby W.

3010, 3016, 3047, 3018 No. 1:399-granting an increased pension Hughes

..... 1450 on the Kentucky election (case of Mckee to William B. Edwards........... .8893 No. 826-granting a pension to Miehael vs. Young).

3230, 3347, 3368 No. 1400--granting i pension to Jouaihan Mellon ......1450 on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1281), 3016, 8107, H. Perry.

.3893 No. 1048—for payment to Jusiin A. Good

3411, 8414, 3415, 3444, 3445, No. 1239-grunuing a pension to Owen hue, company C, twenty-sixth Ohio vol

3447, 3181, 3186, 4089, 4090

Grilha......

..4103 poteer infantry....

vino ... 2406

on the Electoral College vill... .3977 resolutions submitted by got No. 1066—10 establish post routes in on the reconstruction bill (H, R. No. respecting the reconstruction policy of

........ 2457

1450).... ........4410, 4119, 4121 Congress-[December 16, 1867).... 209 No. 1223 +-granting a pension to Julia L. leave of absence granted 10 ........2497, 3397 calling for the correspondence between

..3105 || Beck, James P., bill (II. R. No. 862) for the the Navy Department and any other No. 1254-granting a pension to Frances reliet of, administrator of the estate of M. Webster..

parties in relation to the sule of the .............................3105 James P. Beck, sen., deceased-[By Mr. iron-clads Oneola and Catawba-[May No. 1401-grauting a pension to dobn La Hunter.]

15, 1868).......

2480 Marsh ..........3894 referred, 1681.

reports made by........312, 733, 3103, 3893 No. 1402-granting a pension to Carha Becler, Sophia, bill (H. R. No. 984) granting inotions made by...7333, 941, 2408,3073, 3103, rine Skinner......

.....3894 an additional pension to, widow of the 3220, 3477, 3324, 3801, 3593, 3891, 4253 No. 1403-grauling a pension 10 Helen L. late Major Abralian Beeler, an udditional incidental remarks by, 210,317, ū89, 590, 591, Wolf.. 1.........3894 paymaster in the United States Army

733, 742, 834, 2003. 2:80, 2128, 2180, No. 1404-granting a pension to William [By Mr, Cullom.]

2341, 2937, 3166, 3331,8477, 3324, 3.3.3, Smith

n............ 3894 referred, 2227. ......No. 1405-granting a pension to Elizabeth

3551, 35:10, 30,30, 3702, 8743, 3804, 3830, Bell, David, bill (H. R. No. 1141) for the relief Larnare.

388), 3893, 3897, 4004, 1083, 4173, 4254 >pras ......... 3891

of-By Mr. Habbard, of West Virginia.) - resolution submitted by me

remarks on deficiency will(U.R. No.309), 215 referred, 2750.

: onbillin relation to deserlers, 257, 258, 283 direquing the Sergeant-at-Arms to pay to Bell, bill (II. R. No. 881) refunding duties the widuw of Cornelius S. Hamilton,

on the Missouri election (ease,,pt Birch paid under protest on the importation os. Van Horn)........... deceased, ibe amount of compensation froin France of a, donated for the use of that would have been due to him on the

on the bill concerning land gray ts to sonih the St. Mary's Institute and Notre Dame ern railroads......

837, 871. 874 Gth day of February, 1868---[February University, Indiana-[By Mr. Collax ] on the communication euncerning special 26, 1868)........ *.........................1451

referred, 1759; reported and passed, 2081; agents in the Treasury Departnent. 944 reports made by.

...1450), passed Senate, 2286; enrolled, 2287; ap- on the bill granting a pension to Elizabeth 3104, 3105, 3894, 3895, 3896 proved, 2320.

7 Bptler.......... motions made by:

....1450, In Senate : received from Honse, 2084 ; re- on the legislative approprimion bill... 1089 3104, 3105, 3891, 3895, 3896 ferred, 2084; reported, 2114; discussed, incidental remarks by...

on the bill to exenpiceriain manufactures ..3895 2212; passed, 224+; enrolled, 2275.

from tax remarks on narional debt--see Appendix. Bells, joint resolution (H. R. No. 389) autborleave of absence granted to.............

rei. on the House joint resolution for the 1906 izing the remission of the duties on a tection of fishing vessels, 2372,2373,2374 Beck, James B., a Representative fro:n Ken- chime of, in ported for presentation to the fucky........

i on sundry questions relating to impeacht: 13 Episcopal church at lloosaek, Rensselaer ment.... petitions presented by......... 119,

......2251, 22.1, 2361 county, New York--(By Mr. Griswold. } on the bill to admit North Carolina, 605, 639, 949, 1188, 2725, 3856 reported and passed, 4007.

&c............ resolutions subunitied by

In Senate : received from House, 4024; re. on the order of business..... instructing Committee of Ways and Means ferred, 4024.

3101, 3766, 4186 to inquire into the expediency of re. joint resolution (H. R. No. 344) authorizing on the resolution concerning a letter 10 moving the tax on all articles manufac- the Secretary of the Treasury to refund Senator Henderson .....

...2002, 2503 tured out of herop grown and manufc- duties paid on a chime of, and clock inred in the United States-[Ducember imported for St. Joseph's cathedral,

op'the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) ......2019,

2.3211, 3137, 3145 17, 1867).-.....

.211

Buffalo, New York-{By Alr. Griswold.) on the bill to regnlate emigrau slips, 3272 calling for the reports of the several dis. reported and passed, 4172. trici commanders of the elections held In Senate : received from House, 4151;

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1281) ...... 3536

on the river and harbor bill.... for and agaiust the ratification of the referred, 4159. proposed constitotions in the southern Belligerent rights, joint resolution (H. R. No.

on the deficiency btl (H. R. No. 1311),

3729, 3750, 3731, 3989 States--[May 13, 1868)...........2141 Pini 142) to limit the time and circunstances on the bill for the relief of Sumuel Tibin' reference to the imprisonment of ciij. it regulating the action of the United States ... betts ............ ..zens in Georgia (June 1, 1868)...2752 1! with reference to the recognition of, of in reference to the exempting of all per - hostile nations-(By Mr. Wood.]

on the bill granıing a pension to Jirs.

Pons 17. Emma M. Moore...............: 3896, 8897 sous from the penalties and forfeitures referred, 478. imposed by the internal revenue law- Benedum, Sarah, bill (H. R. No. 1264) grant

part on the bill for the relief of the ironclad

contractors................8940, 3941, 3912 July 25, 1868).......................... 4469 ing a pension to, widow of Nelson Bene

on the joint resolution in reference to the *)motinps made by ........... ***... ....... 2441 dum-[By Mr. Van Trump.]

teller of the Sergeani-at-Arms.....4000 ciocidental remarks by......... 2371, 2670, referred, 3161 2671, 2751, 2752, 3689, 4007, 4234, 4390 | Benjamin, John F.,, a Representative from

on bill making appropriations for Colum

bia. Deaf and Dumb Institution..: 4039 ..' remarks on the supplementary reconstruction Missouri.........

2

7 on the Missouri contested election (case of will(H, R. No.439)...542, 543, 546, 548 petitions presented by...............

2083, 2957 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax..-741 bills introduced by

Switzler vs. Anderson), 4088, 4124, 4127,

4128, 4129, 4130, 4131, 4132, 4215 on the Kentucky election' (case of John No. 230-granting a pension to John A. leave of absencegrantediów.1185, 223:2, 4259

Young Brown)........ 900, 901, 902, 903 Keck, late a private in tbe third Mison the order of business........

Bennett, George, Will (S. No. 425) grunting a
.901, 3315
souri cavalry.....

......90 peosion 10.
on the resolution reported for the impeach. No.516-granting a pension to the widow
ment of the President... 1319, 1350, 1352 and minor children of Benjamin B.

received from Senate, 1859; referred. 1869; on the bill for the adınission of Alabama,

Naylor, late a pilot on the guuboat Pa

reported and passed with amendmeat,

3104; agreed to by Senate, 3234; enrolled,
1821, 1937
tapsco..................tengo...................

3808; approved, 3761.

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