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CCXXy, Colorado, Territory of-Continued.

Commerce, bill (H. R. No. 929)- Continued. Commissioners, resolution calling for a copy bill (H. R. No. 313) repealing a certain por- remarks by

of all the evidence and of the report of tion of an act of the Legislative As- Mr. Morrell........

.3226 the, appointed under the filtieth article se'nbly of, au horizing a lottery, and to

Mr. Myers.

.3232 of the treaty with the Choclaw and Chickpreven. swindling in the Territories of Mr. O'Neill...... 3228, 3233, 3234 asuw Indians of 1806, together with the the Vuited States-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

....2614, award of the Secretary of the luterior read and referred, 331.

3230, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3238 upon said report-[By Mr. Shanks, Febbill (H. R. No. 363) amendatory of an act Mr. Pile.........

.2613, 3237, 3238

ruary 26, 1868.] to provide a temporary government for

Mr. Randall

. 3234 reported and agreed to, 1448. [By Mr. Chilcott.]

Mr. Scofield....

.2613, 2614 bill (H. R. No: 1443) authorizing the apreferred, 331.

Mr. Spalding ....

3226, 3235 bill (H. R. No. 364) for the further relief of Mr. Van Trump.......

pointment of three, to examine the 3235

claims of the Territory of Montana for citizens of Denver-[By Mr. Chilcott.] Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........... 2613 volunteers during the late Indian war, referred, 331.

Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3232 and to report upon the same-[By Mr. bill (H. R. No. 487) to establish certain post Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin ....... 3235 Cavanaugh.] routes in-[By Mr. Chilcott.]

yeas and nays on the.....

3238
referred, 637.
bill (H. R. No. 953) to encourage, and in-

referred, 4252.

Committee-room, resolution to set apart a bil (H. R. No. 807) declaring null and void ternal trade by facilitating direct im- room in the Capitol for the use of ihe tera certain act of the Legislature of, portations-[By Mr. Grover.]

ritorial Delegates-[By Mr. Burleigh, therein named-[By Mr. Chilcott.] referred, 2070.

February 10, 1808.] referred, 1418.

Commercial commissioner, joint résolution (H. adopted, 1084. bill (H. R. No. 889) to repeal certain parts R. No. 274) authorizing the appointment | Committee-rooms, resolution in refereuce to of an act of the Legislature of, entitled of a-[By Mr. Pile.]

the expense and practicability of convert"An act to locate the site and establish referred, 2569.

ing the old Hall of Representatives into, a penitentiary for”—[By Mr. Chilcott.] Commercial relations, resolution for printing for the use of the coumitiees of the referred, 1759.

extra copies of the report on the, of the House-[By Mr. Blaine, March 23, 1868.] Colorado river, resolution relating to the ex. United States with foreign nations for the read and withdrawr, 2070

ploration of-[-By Mr. Hooper, of Utah, last current year-[By Mr. Laflin, March
February 3, 1868.]

Committees, resolution in referenee to sessions

4, 1868.] agreed to, 936.

of, during recess--[By Jir. Spalding, July reported and agreed to. 1661. Colored

25, 1868.]
troops, bill (H. R, No. 1105) for the Commission, joint resolution (H. R. No. 140)
reorganization of the United States, their

agreed to, 4471.
to provide for a. to examine and report
instruction and colonization-[By Mr.

standing

..... 105, on meters for distilled spirits-(By Mr. Schenck.]

1039, 3271, 3556, 3563, 3044, 4433, 4500

'selectreferred, 2569.

reported, 421; discussed, 422, 443 ; passed, Columns, joint resolution (H. R. No. 328) for

to wait on the President.............. 2, 4501 447; passed Senate with amendments, the donation of certain--[By Mr. O'Neill.)

on a system of common schools for Dis830; motion to take up, 844; amendread and passed, 3883 ; passed Senate, 4489;

trict of Columbia ......... ments concurred in, 865; enrolled, 875; enrolled, 4493; approved, 4198.

to communicate to the Senate action of In Senate : received from House, 3869;

approved, 937.
In Senate: received from House, 434; re-

the House ordering an impeachment of referred, 3873; reported, 3983 ; passed,

the President.........

.. 1402 ferred, 443; reported, 491; discussed, 4452; enrolled, 4462. Commerce, the Committee on. 651, 794; passed, 800: enrolled, 876.

to prepare articles of impeachment against the President.......

......1402 joint resolution (H. R. No. 182) requiring .3, the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint

on the charges against Hon. Ignatius Don97, 152, 517, 692, 693, 733, 806, a, to establish a marine hospitalat Cairo,

pelly....... 2362. 2367, 2379, 2380 838, 936, 967, 1681, 2307, 3758 Illinois-[By Mr. Logan.]

on the letter of the Missouri delegation to reports from.......... ..844. 861, 1519, 1832, referred. 780.

Senator Henderson........ .2532, 2536 1470, 2082, 2297, 2333, 2611, 2612, 2613, joint resolution (H. R. No. 189) for the

to investigate the corrupt means alleged to 2634, 2637, 2669, 3556, 3732, 3850, 3883,

have been used to influence the determ3907, 4051, 4080, 4082, 4124, 4293, 4469

appointment of a, to ascertain the losses
of loyal Choctaws and Chickasaws, and

ination of the Senate upon the articles 1998, 2611, 2634 other loyal persons--[By Mr. Sbanks.]

of impenchment...... discharged from subjects...2669, 4477, 4494

....2503, 2505 resolution relating to the practical workings referred, 935.

to ittend the funeral of ex. President Bu. chanan

........2817 bill (H. R. No. 705) to provide for a, to investof our systent of foreign-[By Mr. Morrell, January 22, 1868.) igate claims arising from Indian depre

to attend the sharpshooters' festival, 3089,

3523 reported and agreed to, 692.

dations-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ] bill H. R. No. 878) to encourage, and inread, referred, and printed, 1083.

to investigate the disbursement of the ternal trade by facilitating direct importbill (H. R. No. 854) to dissolve the, author

contingent fund ation—[By Mr. Nicholson.] ized by the act to establish peace with

on the ve itilation of the House........4259 certain hostile tribes of Indians, ap

to inquire in reference to Prince Edward's

Island ........ bill (H. R. No. 929) to promote American

proved July 20, 1867—[By Mr. Clarke,
of Kansas. ]

of conference-
referred, 1900; substitute reported, 2613;
referred, 1631.

on bill (H. R. No. 207) to exempt cotton discussed, 2013, 2621, 3034; postponed, joint resolution (S. R. No. 118) for the ap

from internal tax... 638, 648, 673;-694, 3064; discussed, 3226, 3230, 3236.; pointment of a, to select suitable loca

735, 740;-742, 807, 895 tions for powder magazines.

on bill (H. R. No. 213) to suspend further received from Senate, 1693; referred, reduction of the currency...642, 648, 671 Mr. Alison, 2013, 2014, 3236, 3237, 3238

2028 ; reported and passed, 2321; en: on bill (H. R. No. 320) making appropriarolled, 2475.

tions to supply deficiencies in the appro.2613, 3235, 3236, 3237 joint resolution (H. R. No. 2563) authorizing priations for the execution of the recon.3223, 3230, 3231 the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint struction laws and for the service of the ..3234, 3235 a, to examine certain buildings in St. quartermaster's department of the Gov. .3236 Louis, Missouri-[By Mr. Pile.]

ernment for the fiscal year ending June referred, 2399.

30, 1868

.783, 836 ****.......... 2613 bill (H. R. No. 1278) providing for the on bill (8. No: 308) for the relief of the ...3236 appointment of a, to examine and re

heirs of the late General Duncan L. 3235 port upon certain claims of the State of Clinch, deceased..

.1668, ..3233, New York-[By Mr. Ketcham.]

1681, 1707, 1761, 1797 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237

reported and recommitted, 3294; reported on bill (H. R. No. 678) making appro. ...2613, 2014, 3064, and discussed, 3944; recomınitted, 3946. priations for the payment of invalid and

bill (H. R. No. 1362) to establish a, of other pensions of the United States for 3229

charities for the District of Columbia- the year ending June 30, 1869...... 1813, [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.]

1904, 1998, 2006, 2575 .3229 referred, 3758.

on bill (H. R. No. 331) to facilitate the Commissioner of Public Buildings, bill (H. payment of soldiers' bounties under the ..3234 R. No. 1148) to repeal the act approved

act of 1866.....

1818, 1904 March 2, 1867, abolishing the office of, on joint resolution (H. R. No. 19) pro.3227, and vesting the care and custody of the viding that certain moners now in the

same in a superintendent appointed by hands of the United States Treasurer, .2613, 3236 the Committee on Public Buildings and as special agent of the Treasury Depart.3228, 3229 Grounds-[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.]

ment, be covered by warrant in the 2014 referred, 2750.

United States Treasury ........1828, 1848

adverse reports froin....

referred, 1759.

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remarks by-
Mr. Blaine.....
Mr. Blair......
Mr. Brooks....
Mr. Broomall...
Jr. Butler, of Massachusetts........3238
Mr. Chanler
Mr. Covode......................

3231, Mr. Eldridge..........

Mr. Driggs

Mr. Eliot

3226, 3227, 3228, 3:225, 3236, 3238

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Mr. Farnsworth..
Mr. Ferriss........
Mr. Garfield
Mr. Harding......2614, 3228, 3235, 3238
Mr. Higby...
Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts....... 3234
Mr. Lynch.........

3230, 8232, 3233, 3231, 3235, 3236
Mr. Maynard.....
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INDEX TO
COXXVI
Committees-Continued.
Committees Continued.

Compensation-Continued.
of conference-
of conference-

bill (H. R. No. 652) to increase the, of regison bill (H. R. No. 718) making appropria. on bill (H. R. No. 939) to provide for an ters and receivers in the Territory of

tions for the consular and diplomatic American line of emigrant passenger Idaho-(By Mr. Holbrook.] expenses of the Government for the

steamships between New York and one referred, 935; reported and recommitted, year ending June 30, 1869........... 1858, or more European ports.............. 4390, 2461; reported, 2835; called up, 2972; 1865, 1869

4396, 4430 tabled, 2973. on bill (S. No. 108) for the relief of Henry on bill (H. R. No. 1446) to relieve from remarks byGreathouse and Samuel Kelly ...... 1858, legal and political disabilities Simeon Mr. Ashley, of Nevada, 2461, 2835, 2836

1860 Corley, John Milledge, and Michael Mr. Ashley, of Ohio............ 2835 on bill (H. R. No. 900) to exempt certain Hahn........

.4477, 4485, 4489 Mr. Flanders

.2972, 2973 manufactures from internal tax... 2143, on bill (H. R. No. 1448) making appro.

Mr. Harding....

.2885
2207
priations for certain executive expenses

Mr. Holman

2836 on bill (H. R. No. 601) making appropri- of the Government for the fiscal year

Mr. Mullins......... ations for the naval service for the year ending June 30, 1869........... 4478, 4490 Mr. Ross......

.2972, 2973 ending June 30, 1869............. .2337, on bill (S. No. 619) to extend the laws of Mr. Scofield........... .2836, 2973

2355, 2753
the United States relating to customs,

Mr. Ward........

..2836 on bill (H. R. No. 658) making appro- commerce, and navigation over the Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2972, 2973

priations for the support of the Army territory ceded to the United States by resolution that the clerks to committees in for the year ending June 30, 1868, 2609, Russia, and to establish a collection dis- the House shall be entitled to the same

2643

trict therein......... .............4493 additional, as the other employés of the on joint resolution (H. R. No. 218) for the Common schools in the District of Columbia- House--[By Mr. Price, March 3, 1868.] relief of John M. Palmer....... .2757, see Schools.

adopted, 1632. 2773, 2810 select committee on..........

... 11 bill (fl. R. No. 936) for the regulation of on bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the reports from .....

..443 labor in the navy-yards of the United State of Arkansas to representation in Compensation---see Pay; Salary,

States and, thereof-[By Mr. Banks.), Congress....

... ... 2836, 2876

bill (H. R. No. 204) to extend the joint reso- referred, 1993. on bill (S. No. 184) granting a pension to lution giving additional, to certain em- joint resolution (H: R. No. 245) giving addi: Mrs. Ann Corcoran....

8171

ployés in the civil service at Washing- tional, to certain employés in the civil on bill (H. R. No. 1059) to relieve certain ton, approved February 28, 1867-[By service of Government for the tiscal year citizens of North Carolina of disabil. Mr. Logan.)

ending June 30, 1868– [By Mr. Orth.] ities...... 3229–30, 3266 referred, 9.

read and printed, 2071; laid aside, 3887 on sundry pension bills.

.3694, bill (H. R. No. 229) to regulate the, of assist- resolution construing the resolution of March

3732, 3974, 4003, 4131 ant assessors and assistant collectors of 3, 1868, in reference to the, of the clerks on bill (H. R. No. 605) making appro

internal revenue in certain cases--[By to committees, &c.-[By Mr. Washburn, priations for the legislative, executive, Mr. Kerr.]

of Indiana, March 23, 1868.) and judicial expenses of the Govern- referred, 89.

laid over, 2071. ment for the year ending the 30th of bill (H. R. No. 271) extending the provisions bill (H. R. No. 996) granting, to Thomas F. June, 1869...

.8764, 3786, 3793 of the act entitled "An act fixing the, for Shewell, late acting commissioner of on bill' (H. R. No. 818) making appro

bailiffs and criers of the courts of the internal revenue in the fourth district of priations for sundry civil expenses of

District of Columbia"-[By Mr. Cary.] Pennsylvania-[By Mr. Myers.] ihe Government for the fiscal year end- referred, 129.

referred, 2228. ing June 30, 1869.......3850, 3885, 4082 resolution directing the heads of the several bill (H. R. No. 1047) to fix the, of certain on bill (H. R. No. 554) making a grant Departments to furnish the aggregate consalar officers, to provide for their

of land to the State of Minnesota to aid amount of the twenty per cent. allow. supervision and the verification of their in the improvement of the navigation of ance to the employés of their respective accounts, and to prohibit their collection the Mississippi river.......... .....,3926, Departments for the year ending June of fees not authorized by law-[By Mr.

3944, 4258, 4293 30, 1867—-[By Mr. Welker, December Kelsey.] on bill (H. R. No. 344) to incorporate the 11, 1867.]

read, 2406. Washington Target-Shooting Associa. reported and adopted, 134.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 291) giving addi tion in the District of Columbia.....8967 joint resolution (H. R. No. 133) creating a tional, to certain employés in the civil on bill (H. R. No. 1284) to change and local board of inspection of hulls, boil- service of the Government at Washing

more effectually secure the collection of ers, and machinery of steamers at the port internal revenue on distilled spirits and

ton--[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.] of Cairo, Illinois, and authorizing and tobacco, and to amend the tax on banks,

read, 2036, 3164 ; passed, 3165; reconrequiring the Secretary of the Treasury sideration moved, 3174; recalled from 3981, 3999, 4002 to appoint local inspectors for said port; Senate, 3199; returned, 3202 ; notice, on bill (S. No. 352) to authorize the also fixing the, of such inspectors—[By temporary supplying of vacancies in the

3238; reconsidered, 3255; tabled, 3257. Mr. Raum.] Executive Departments................4062,

In Senate : received from House, 3150; referred, 331.

referred, 3163 ; recalled by House, 3183.
4082, 4135, 4182
on bill (H. R. No. 1073) making appro-

bill (H. R. No. 387) to fix the, of the United remarks by-
States depositary at Chicago-[By Mr. Mr. Bingham.....

.3174,
priations for the current and contingent Judd.]
expenses of the Indian department, ænd

3199, 3238, 3255, 3256 referred, 473 ; reported and passed, 4051 ; Mr. Blaine...... for fulfilling treaty stipulations with indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175. various Indian tribes for the year ending

3199

Mr. Butler......
In Senate: received from House, 4031;
June 30, 1869........

Mr. Cobb.....
..............4175, 4196
on bill (H. R. No. 1341) making appro-
referred, 4031 ; committee discharged

.3256

Mr. Eliot......... and bill indefinitely postponed, 4093.

Mr. Farnsworth .........

.3165
priations and to supply deficiences in bill (H. R. No. 413) to fix the, of the First
the appropriations for the service of the

Mr. Harding......
Government for the fiscal year ending
Comptroller of the Treasury-[By Mr.

Mr. Holmán....
Welker.]

2937 June 30, 1868....

Mr. Koontz.... 4259, 4293 on bill (H. R. No. 1010) relating to penreferred, 474.

Mr. Maynard joint resolution (H. R. No. 161) fixing the, sions.

Mr. Mullins..... ......... 4340, 4375 on bill (H. R. No. 1205) to further amend of members of Congress-[By Mr. Hub

Mr. Randall.. bard, of West Virginia.] the postal laws..... .4340, 4345

Mr. Selye on bill (H. R. No. 1096) making an apreferred, 637.

Mr. Spalding: propriation of money to carry into effect jomt resolution (H. R. No. 179) giving

Mr. Upson... the treaty with Russia of March 30,

twenty per cent. additional, to the clerks Mr. Van Wyck... 1867

and other employés of the Executive
on bill (H. R. No. 541) making appropri-
..4340, 4345

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....
Departments at Washington city receive

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana .... ations for the service of the Columbia

ing salaries not under one thousand nor Institution for the Instruction of the

over two thousand dollars per year in

yeas and pays on the...... Deaf and Dumb, &c............4382, 4383

the aggregate-[By Mr. Spalding.) on bill (S. No. 207) for funding the nareferred, 780.

bill (H. R. No. 182) extending the protional debt and for the conversion of the bill (H. R. No. 574) to amend the act of July

visions of the act entitled "An act fix

ing the, for bailiffs and criers of the notes of the United States....

28, 1866, to fix the, of certain collectors .4390, of customs-[By Mr. Hooper, of Mass.]

courts of the District of Columbia"4423, 4430, 4493

[By Mr. Randall.] on bill (H. R. No. 1277) to provide for the referred, 780.

reported adversely, 3618. distribution of the reward offered by the

bill (H, R. No. 638) to regulate the charges compromises, bili (H. R. No. 571) to preventa President of the United States for the

and, of express companies-[By Mr. capture of Jefferson Davis...4390, 4395 Loughridge.]

of offenses against the revenue laws and referred, 935,

making such, felonious-[By Mr. Coburn.) referred, 780.

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Condon, Patrick J., letter of, Mountjoy prison, Constitution of the United States-Continued.
July 10, 1866......

4 joint resolution (H. R. No. 271) proposing Confederate property, joint resolution (H. R. an amendment to the-[By Mr. Cobb.]

No. 283) relating to, in foreign countries- referred, 2527.
[By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.] Senate concurrent resolution declaring the
referred, 2773.

ratification of the fourteenth article of Confiscation, bi! (H. R. No. 29) relative to

amendment of the. damages done to loyal men-[By Mr. received from Senate, 4295; concurred Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]

in, 4295, 4296. discussed, 108, 112; postponed to January bill (H. R. No. 1449) to enforce the third 21, 117.

section of the fourteenth article of remarks by

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

. 108

referred, 4416. Mr. Cbanler..

.108, 117

Constitutions, resolution calling for the re-
Mr. Eldridge.

. 108, 112, 116 ports of the several district commanders
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........ 108

of the elections held for and against the Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....... .108 ratification of the proposed, in the south

eru States—[By Mr. Beck, May 13, 1868.] Congressional Directory, resolution relating to the distribution of the second edition

agreed to, 2441. of the-[By Mr. Windom, January 22, | Consul, resolution in relation to the absence 1868.]

of the United States, at Panama-[By objected to, 692.

Mr. Van Wyck, July 24, 1868.] Connelly, Johannah, bill (H. R. No. 1235)

agreed to, 4427. granting a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley.) || Consular and diplomatic expenses, bill (H. R. reported, 3102; passed, 3103 ; passed Sen. No. 602) making appropriations for the, ate, 4895; enrolled, 4434; approved,

of the Government for the year endirig the 4498.

30th of June, 1869–[By Mr. Washburne, In Senate: received from House and re

of Illinois. ] ferred, 3119; reported, 3900 ; passed,

reported and recommitted, 899. 4365; enrolled, 4443.

bill (H. R, No. 718) making appropriations Connolly, Thomas, bill (H. R. No. 676) grant

for the, of the Government for the year ing a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

ending 30th June, 1869–[By Mr. Washreported and passed, 1043 ; passed Senate

burne, of Illinois. ] with amendments, 3340; disagreed to,

reported, 1092; discussed, 1201, 1218, 3693: conference, 3694, 3732; conference

1226; passed, 1228; passed Senate with report, 3938 ; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

amendments, 1813; referred, 1828; reby House, 3938; enrolled, 3981; approved,

ported and disagreed to, 1858; confer4255.

ence, 1858, 1865, 1869; conference reIn Senate: received from House, 1038;

port, 1960; agreed to by Senate, 1960; referred, 1068; reported, 1515 ; passed

enrolled, 2006. with amendments, 3320; conference, 3688;

In Senate : received from House, 1232; reconference report, 3857 ; concurred in by

ferred, 1256; reported, 1694; discussed, Senate, 3857; by House, 3954 ; enrolled,

1725, 1746, 1783; passed with amend. 3958, 3986.

ments, 1787; disagreed to by House, Connor, Charles 0., bill (H. R. No. 533) for

1864; conference, 1864; conference rethe relief of-[By Mr. Humphrey.]

port, 1944; concurred in by Senate, referred, 778.

1944; concurred in by House, 1976; Constitution of the United States, joint resolu.

enrolled, 1992. tion (H. R. No. 98) proposing an amend.

remarks byment to the-[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.]

Mr. Banks..........1220, 1224, 1226, 1227 motion to recousider, 18; discussed, 117;

Mr. Blaine.

1201,

1223, 1224, 1225, 1226 resolation inquiring how many and what

Mr. Brooks........

.1201, 1219, State Legislatures have ratified the pro

1222, 1223, 1226, posed amendment to the, known as the

1227, 1228, 1858 fourteenth article-[By Mr. Scofield,

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts....... 1201,

1202, 1220, 1226,

1227, 1228, 1828 list of States that have ratified the amend

Mr. Chanler........ 1201, 1202, 1221 ment of the, known as the fourteenth arti

Mr. Eldridge........

1202 Mr. Fargsworth..

1225 .... ...... 447 bill (H. R. No. 436) declaring the fourteenth

Mr. Higby......... 1201, 1222, 1227, 1228 article of the amendinent proposed by

Mr. Holman ...... 1092, 1201, 1226, 1227 the Thirty-Ninth Congress duly ratified

Mr. Kelley.

1221 as a part of the-[By Mr. Bingham.]

Mr. Kelsey....

1224 Mr. Logan.

1221, 1224 resolutions withdrawing the assent of the

Mr. Mungen...... 1222, 1227, 12:28
State of Ohio from proposed fourteenth

Mr. Niblack.

1222 Mr. Peters.

1225, 1226
Mr. Pike........... 1220, 1221, 1226, 1228

Mr. Pruyn .......... 1219, 1223, 1227, 1228
Jersey withdrawing the assent of that State

Mr. Robinson ..... . 1222, 1223, 1224
Mr. Schenck..

1225
........... 2225

Mr. Spalding...... 1201, 1223, 1224, 1228
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...

1092, 1201,
1202, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221,
1222, 1223, 1224, 1225, 1226,

1227, 1228, 1858, 1869, 1960 Mr. Washburn, of Indiana..... ..., 1201 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania..... 1219,

1220, 1221, 1222, 1223 Glebe-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, || Consular officers, bill (H. R. No. 1047) to fix

Mr. Wood........ .1201, 1219, 1220 the compensation of certain, to provide for their supervision and the verification of their accounts, and to prohibit their collection of fees not authorized by law

[By Mr. Kelsey. ] read, 2406.

Contested election-
froin Colorado:
case of Hunt vs. Cbilcott.
papers referred, 287; resolution to com-

pensate Hunt referred, 1901; reported

and agreed to, 4471. from Kentucky: case of James B. Beck, Thomas L. Jones,

A. P. Grover, and J. Proctor Knott. resolution that, are entitled to seats as

members of this House from Ken

tucky-[By Mr. Cook, Dec. 3,1867.] reported; 11; discussed, 11, 13;

adopted, 13; Messrs. Beck, Knott, and Grover sworn in, 13; Mr. Jones

sworn in, 27.
remarks by-,

Mr. Boyer.
Mr. Burr....

11 Mr. Chanler.

11 Mr. Cook .............

........11, 13 Mr. Eldridge

11 Mr. Kerr.......

13 Mr. Maynard.

.11, 13 case of Symes vs. Trimble, first district. papers referred, 55, 105 ; resolutions re

ported, 362; discussed, 447; adopted,

452; Mr. Trimble sworn in, 452. résolution to compensate G. G. Symes

proposed, 1217; rejected, 1218;

adopted, 1419.
remarks by-
Mr. Chanler......

448 Mr. Dawes..

.451, 452 Mr. Ingersoll.....

362 Mr. Kelsey.

452 Mr. Kerr.....

450
Mr. Maynard ...... 449, 450, 451, 452
Mr. Symes (contestant)....
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky, 448, 452
Mr. Upson ...

.362, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452 case of Smith vs. Brown, second district. resolutions reported, 664; discussed,

891; resolutions reported by minor ity, 899; discussed, 899, 901, 937, 944, 1107, 1109, 1161; resolution in case of Brown adopted,.

1161 ; resolution to compensate Brown proposed, 1217; rejected, 1218; adopted, 1419; resolution to rescind proposed, 1426 ; case of Smith discussed, 1184, 1185, 1189, 1198; res. olution adopted, 1200; resolution to compensate S. E. Smith proposed,

1217; rejected, 1218; adopted, 1419. remarks on the case of Brown by Mr. Anderson

941 Mr. Beck ............ 900, 901, 902, 909 Mr. Brown ................

.1161 Mr. Burr......

1161 Mr. Chunler, 891,894, 899,900,1161 Mr. Cook ..........

909, 911 Mr. Covode

....945 Mr. Dawes.........664, 665, 891, 892,

894, 895, 899. 900, 911, 912. 915,

920,988, 940, 943, 944, 1109, 1161 Mr. Driggs

.941 Mr. Eldridge......

900, 945 Mr. Gravely. 900, 901, 942 Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia,

901, 911 Mr. Johnson Mr. Kerr......

.664, 665, 899, 911, 912, 919, 920, 937,

938, 940, 941, 942, 943,1161 Mr. Knott.......

.912, 915 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio ............

.945 Mr. Miller.

.942 Mr. Mullins.........915, 916, 917, 919 Mr. Paine.................

......894
Mr. Peters......
Mr. Price...
............................

948
Mr. Pruyn........
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky......898,
Mr. Upson ........902, 937, 944, 1161
Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri ...... 943
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 900, 901

Mr. Welker
yeas and nayg...

withdrawn, 119.

January 6, 1868.] agreed to, 340.

cle, communicated .........

referred, 475.

......... 909

amendment to the. presented, 890. joint resolution of the Legislature of New

from ihe proposed.... resolution directing that the resolution of

Legislature of New Jersey, purporting to withdraw the assent of that State to the constitutional amendment, be returned by the Speaker to the gentle. man who presented it, and that its title only be referred to in the Journal of the House and in the Congressional

912, 917

...........919

944, 945

March 30, 1868.] adopted, 2226. joint resolution (H. R. No. 269) proposing

an amendment to the-[By Mr. Robin.

son.] referred, 2526

948 1101

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Contested election-Continued. from Kentucky: case of Smith vs. Brown, second district.

remarks on the case of Smith by

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio .......... 1188
Mr. Baker

1198 Mr. Benton.

.1198, 1199 Mr. Blaine....... .1184, 1197, 1198 Mr. Chanler

1189, 1200 Mr. Coburn

..1184, 1186, 1187, 1194, 1195 Mr. Covode......

,1188 Mr. Dawes..

1184, 1185, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1189,

1191, 1194, 1196, 1197, 1198 Mr. Eggleston...

....1199 Mr. Eldridge...... 1197, 1198 Mr. Farnsworth .1185, 1197 Mr. Harding...

.....1185, 1194 Mr. Higby

1189 Mr. Kerr

.1186, 1194 Mr. Lawrence, of Pa... 1200 Mr. Maynard, 1184,1185,1186, 1188 Mr. Niblack .......

1200 Mr. Paine.......

1186, 1188 Mr. Peters ...1194, 1196, 1197, 1198 Mr. Poland...

.1198, 1199 Mr. Smith (contestant)...

1189,

1190, 1191 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky......1194 Mr. Upson .......

1134 Dr. Washburne, of Illinois.....1184,

1188, 1189, 1194, 1198 Mr. Williams,of Pennsylvania, 1199 Mr. Wilson, of lowa..... 1200 Mr. Wood.

1185 Mr. Woodward.........

1200 yeas and nays......

...1200 resolution that the Speaker be directed

to notify the Governor of Kentucky that a vacancy exists in the repre. sentation in this House from the second district of Kentucky- [ By

Mir. Dawes, January 21, 1868.]

reported, 661; adopted 1200. case of George D. Blakey, third district, adverse report, 3; discussed, 56; report

adopted, 01; resolution to compensate

Blakey read and tabled, 2071. case of Jacob S. Golladay, thirul district. report, 3 ; discussed, 56; report adopted,

61; Mr. Golladay sworn in, 61.
case of J, Proctor Knott, fourth district.

report, 11, 18; sworn in, 13.
case of A. P. Grover, fourth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 13.
case of Thomas L. Jones, fifth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 27.
case of James B. Beck, sixth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 13.
case of McKee vs. Young, ninth district.
papers referred, 55, 89, 210, 399 ; dis-

cussed, 664; resolutions reported,
2072; minority report, 2773; reports
recommitted, 2812; reported, 3223 ;
notice, 3266; discussed, 3323, 3331,
3336, 3337, 3340, 3346, 3368; resolu-
tion adopted, 3375; Mr. Mckeesworn
in, 3375; resolution to compensate

Young proposed, 4002.
remarks by-
Mr. Adams.......

3368, 3371, 3373, 3375 Mr. Beck....

. 3230, 3347, 3368 Mr. Benton.

..3338 Mr. Cook

..3223, 3266, 3328, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3333,

3338, 3339, 3344, 3347, 3368 Mr. Dawes, 164, 665, 690, 691, 2812 Mr. Eldridge

3344, 3347 Mr. Farnsworth.

665 Mr. Golladay ...... 3839, 3340, 3344 Mr. Jones...3832, 3333, 3340, 3374 Mr. Kerr......

665, 691, 2073, 3223, 3330, 3333, 3336,

3337, 3338, 3339, 3340, 3376 Mr. Knott'.

....690 0.00 Mr. Lynch......

.....3839 M... Mr. MeClurg ........2072, 2073, 3372 Mr. Poland

.....3371

Contested election--Continued.
from Kentucky:
. case of McKee vs. Young, ninth district.
remarks by-

Mr. Shellabarger...........8389, 8340
Mr. Trowbridge ....................8375
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky...... 3347
Mr. Upson......

.2773, 3333, 8372, 3373, 8374 Mr. Washburne, of Hlinois......665 yeas and pays on the.............. from Louisiapa: case of Jones vs. Mann.

papers referred, 4003, from Missouri: case of Hogan vs. Pile, first district, resolutions reported, 3266 ; notice, 3616;

called up, 4312; discussed, 4335, 4381; resolution declaring Mr. Pile duly elected, adopted, 4382; resolution to compensate Hogan, adopted,

4982. remarks byMr. Cook...... .3616, 4312,

4335, 4337, 4340, 4381, 4382 Mr. Hogan

.4337, 4330 Mr. Pile......

4381 Mr. Kerr.......

.4335, 4382 yeas and nays on the..

.4382 case of Birch vs. Van Horn, sixth district. resolutions reported, 257; discussed,

389, 399; report declaring Mr. Van
Korn elected adopted, 403 ; resolu-
tion to compensate Mr. Birch, pro-
posed, 1217; rejected, 1218, 4253;

proposed, 1761,
remarks by--
Mr. Benjamin ......

402 Mr. Birch (contestant). .891, 399 Mr. Dawes.....

.399, 101 Mr. Farnsworth.

399 Mr. Garfield...

402 Mr. Gravely

401 Mr. Kerr...., 400, 401, 102 Mr. Logan

102 Mr. Maynard.

.333 Mr. Poland.. ..257, 359, 400, 103 Mr. Schenck...

399 Mr. Tan Horn, of Missouri......393 Mr. Mard......

899, 401 Mr. Woodward.

.401, 402 case of Switzler is. Anderson, ninth dis

trict. resolutions reported, 2071; minority re

port, 2233; notice, 3616, 3884; dis. cussed, 4084, 4124, 4131; recommitted,

4133, 4172; resolutions reported, 4215. remarks byMr. Anderson.

4132 Mr. Benjamin.

.4088, 4124, 4127, 4128, 4129,

4130, 4131, 4132, 4215 Mr. Dawes..... .4130, 4131, 4215 Mr. Kerr......

4132, 4215 Mr. Loan.... 4085, 4086, 4087, 4088 Mr. Marshall

.4131 Mr. Miller...

.4086 Mr. Mullins....

4087 Mr. Poland, 3616,3884, 4084, 4085,

4086, 1087,4088, 4131, 4132, 4133 Mr. Switzler.....

.4131, 4132 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa... .. 4130,

4131, 4132, 4133 yeas and nays on the........ 4133 from New Mexico: case of Chaves vs. Clever. instructions, 282; report, 291; discussed,

291; Mr. Clever qualified, 294 ; time extended, 312, 1293, 4479; papers referred...

....1453, 1934, 2305, 2333, 2804, 3171 remarks byMr. Chanler.

.312 Mr. Dawes, 291, 293, 294, 312, 1293 Mr, Eckley

.294 Mr. Myers,

293, 294 Mr. Peters.

294

...292, 293 Mr. Upson....

.292 yeas and nays on the........ 294

Contested election--Continued. KHU
from New Mexico:
case of Chaves vs. Clever.
resolution instructing Committee of

Elections to inquire which of the
two claimants to a seat as Delegate
from New Mexico holds the prima
facie evidence of right to the same,
without prejudice to the contest
upon the merits-[By Mr. Peters,

December 19, 1867. ] TIM

agreed to, 282. from Ohio: case of Delano vs. Morgan, thirteenth dis

trict. motion to defer, 2288; resolutions re

ported, 2571; notice, 2676; discussed,
2773, 2776, 2804; resolutions adopted,

2809; Mr. Delano sworn in, 2810.
remarks by
Mr. Benton...

2788 Mr. Blaine.......................

2784 Mr. Chanler..

2288 Mr. Culloin...

2773, 2808 Mr. Dawes.

...2788 2804, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2809 Mr. Delano,

..2809 (See Appendix. Mr. Eldridge...

.2784, 2789 Mr. Farnsworth

.................... 2808 Mr. Griswold.

.2784 Mr. Kerr......

.2288, 2571, 2676, 2779, 2781, 2783, 2785,

2787, 2789, 2808, 2809, 2810 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.........2781,

2783, 2784, 2785 Mr. Loughridge....

...2809 Mr. Maynard.

2288 Mr. Miller..

........2779 Mr. Morgan.

.2789, 2804 . Mr. Mullins....

..2776, 2783 Mr. Pile....

2676 Mr. Schenck.

.2804 Mr. Scofield, 2288, 2571, 2676, 2773,

2775, 2776, 2779, 2781, 2783,

2784, 2787, 2789, 2805, 2810 Mr. Woodward..

.2779, 2787, 2788, 2804, 2806, 2807 yeas and nays on the.....

.2809 from Tennessee: case of R. R. Butler, first district, papers referred, 338, 358, 363; resolu

tion reported, modifying oath, 1426;
discussed, 1662, 1681, 1682 1683,
168!?, 1692, 1707; bill (H. R. No.

870) reported, 1708.
remarks by-
Mr. Arnell.............

..1708, 1711 Mr. Baker......

1666, 1667, 1685, 1686, 3197 Mr. Baldwin.......... Mr. Bromwell

. 1665,

1667, 1687, 1708 Mr. Brooks.......

1665, 1707, 1708, 1709, 1710 Mr. Broomall.

1687;

1688, 1708, 1711 Mr. Chanler......

.1667, 1682, 1690, 1711, 3198 Mr. Cobb.....

.1708 Mr. Cook....

1667, 1683, 1685,1687,1690, 1691,1693,1708 Mr. Cuilom....,

1690 Mr. Dawes

1426, 1662, 1664, 1665, 1689, 1690, 1691, 1692, 1993, 1707, 1708, 1709,

1710, 1711, 3197, 3198, 3199 Mr. Donnelly

. 1711 Mr. Eldridge... Mr. Harding,

1686, 1693, 1707, 1708, 1711 Mr. Ingersoll

...
Mr. Judd....
Mr. Kelley.........
Mr. Kelsey ...........1667, 1689, 1690
Mr. Kerr...

..1664, 1665, 1690, 1693, 1708 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio... ... 1426 Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania,

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Mr. Dawes......

CCXXIX
Contested election-Continued.
Contractors-Continued.

Cook, Burton C., a Representative from Illifrom Tennessee:

bill (S. No. 307) for the relief of certain nois-Continued. case of R. R. Butler, first district:

Government.

joint resolutious introduced byremarks by

received from Senate, 3067; referred, No. 111-in relation to the rights of natuMr. Miller.....

1688,
3097 ; reported, 3554; discussed, 3940; ralized citizens.......

........89 1689, 1690, 1691, 1693 passed, 3943 ; enrolled, 3973.

No. 321-in relation to the erection of a Mr. Mullins......... 3197, 3198

remarks byMr. Mungen...

bridge in Boston harbor......... ... 3058 1665, 1708, 1711 Mr. Allison...

3940 resolutions submitted byMr. Paine.....................

.1667, 1710

Mr. Benjamin..... 3910, 3941, 3942 ; that James B. Beck, Thomas L. Jones,
Mr. Poland ......... 1688, 1689, 1690 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........3942
Mr. Price ......... ag.............

A. P. Grover, and J. Procter Knott are
.....1666,
Mr. Delano.....

3940, 3941

entitled to seats as members of this 1667, 1687, 3197 Mr. Maynard...

.3554

House from the State of Kentucky-
Mr. Randall.....

1426
Mr. Pike...

3940, 3941, 3942
Mr. Schenck............... 1426, 1685

[December 3, 1867].

.11 Mr. Spalding,

8940, 3941 Mr. Scofield

inquiring of the Secretary of the Navy .........1667, 1685 Mr. Van Wyck .......

.3554 Mr. Shellabarger

whether any of the public vessels soid 3197

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana... 3940
Mr. Stokes.........

since the war were captured from the ..............3198

Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3554,
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky... ...3198

enemy and upon which prize money was

3940, 3941, 3942 Mr. Upson .......

paid by the United States, and, if so, the 1691 Mr. Woodbridge.

.8940 Mr. Ward.........

amount of prize money so paid, the date .1665

Contracts, bill (H. R. No. 415) in relation to, yeas and nays on the............1711, 3198

of payment, and the price for which the with the United States -- [By Mr. Lawfrom Utah:

vessels were sold-[Dec. 12, 1867), 155 case of McGrorty against Hooper. rence, of Ohio.]

calling for copies of all correspondence referred, 474.

in relation to the removal of the city papers referred, 195, 1793, 1794, 2071 ; bill (H. R. No. 608) for the enforcement of, council of New Orleans, and in relation

resolutions reported, 3886 ; notice, payable in coin-[By Mr. Poland.]
4133; discussed, 4983; resolution (Mc-

to the city council of Jefferson City, referred, 934.

Louisiana—[March 9, 1868].........1485 Grorty) adopted, (Hooper) tabled, bill (H. R. No. 897) concerning, and pay. 4389; resolution to compensate Hooper

calling anew on the Navy Department for ments-[By Mr. Baldwin.] reported and objected to, 4472.

information relating to sale of vessels remarks byreferred, 1760.

since the war-[April 20, 1808].....2310 Convicts, bill (H. R. No. 719) for surrender of Mr. Chanler.........3886, 4133, 4389

that Samuel McKee was duly elected a Mr. Dawes.......

persons convicted of certain crimes—[By member of the House in the Fortieth

.4383
Mr. McGrorty
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.]

Congress from the ninth district of Ken4383

referred, 1127; reported, 1273; passed, 1273. Mr. Poland.

tucky-[June 17, 1868)................ 3233 ....4472 In Senate: received from House, 1260; reContested elections, bill (S. No. 534) relating

directing $2,500 to be paid to John Hogan ferred, 1287; reported and discussed, 1429; for mileage and expenses incurred in to, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. recommitted, 1431.

contesting seat of W. A. Pile from first remarks by

district of Missouri-[July 22, 1868],4382 received from Senate, 3145 ; called up and Mr. Chanler

1273 discussed, 3172 ; passed, 3174;, enrolled,

reports made by. 981, 1470, 1471, Mr. Judd....

1273

1791, 2943, 2977, 3266, 3658, 4090 3199; not returned, become a law, 3761. Mr. Robinson..

1273

motions made by...13, 1471, 1806, 2371, 3888 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. 1273 incidental remarks by........ ... 1471, .....3172, 3173, 3174 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania..... 1273 2371, 2943, 3102, 3330, 3331, 4002, 4335 ..3173 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa...

.1273 remarks on the Kentucky election (cases of Mr. Eldridge ...............3172, 3173, 3174 | Conwell, F. A., joint resolution (H. R. No. Grover and Knott....

..11, 13 ..3174 238) for the relief of, an Army chaplain- on the Kentucky election (case of John ....3173, 3174 [By Mr. Donnelly.] ......... 3172, 3173

...... ...909, 911 referred, 1900.

Youpon.....the rights of Ameri

on
....3172
Cook, Burton C., a Representative from Illi-

can citizens abroad.
Mr. Schenck ..............8172, 3173, 3174

....1099 nois....

......2 yeas and nays on the.........

on the resolution reported for the impeachContingent fund, resolution for a committee

.....3174
petitions presented by.

.295,
ment of the President...

1362 to investigate into the disbursement of the,

648, 875, 949, 997, 1256, 2006, 2287 on the Paducah bridge bill, 1471, 1472, 1473 of the House for the years 1867 and 1868bills introduced by—

on the articles of impeachment......... 1545 [By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana, July 15,

No. 230-granting a pension to Amelia on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.
Parsons, widow of Captain Nathan Par- Butler).....

..1667, 1683,
agreed to, 4080; reconsidered, amended,
sons, deceased....

1685, 1687, 1690, 1691, 1093, 1708 and adopted, 4084 ; reported, 4415, 4423 ;

No. 231—to establish certain post routes, on the bill prescribing an oath of office in

89
certain cases..

.1708
report adopted, 4427.
No. 269—for relief of Charles Pitcher, 105 on reconstruction.....

.2401 No. 547—to amend an act entitled "An on the order of business... 2101, 3345, 33 16 ..4415, 4416 act to provide a national currency se. on the bill to amend an act concerning the .4084,

cured by the pledge of United States Illinois and St. Louis bridge ......... 2974 4415, 4423, 4425, 4426, 4427

stocks, and to provide for the circula- on the Kentucky election (case of McKee 4425, 4426 tion and redemption thereof,'' approved vs. Young) ......

.3223, 3266, 4427 February 25, 1863 .......

.....779

3328, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3333, 4084 No. 694-granting, a pension to Martha

3338, 3339, 3344, 3347, 3368 4427

Ann Wallace, widow of Brigadier Gen- on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)........3337 .4426

eral W. H. L. Wallace........ 1093 on the Missouri contested election (case 4084, 4427

No. 801-relative to suits in the courts of of Hogan vs. Pile)........... .3616, 4084, 4415, 4426 the United States .......

1418

4312, 4335, 4337, 4340, 4381, 4382 4084, 4416, 4426

No. 849—to amend an act entitled "An on the joint resolution relating to a bridge .4426 act extending the jurisdiction of the

in Boston harbor........

.8658 .... 4080

district courts to certain cases upon the leave of absence granted to... .2429, 3552 lakes and navigable waters connecting Cook, Hannah K., bill (H. R. No. 1230) grantthe same,'' approved February 26, 1845, ing a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley. I

1631 reported and passed, 3102 ; passed Senate, No. 868--for the improvement of the Illi- 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. nois river.......

.... 1707 In Senate : received from House and reup, 4396;

No. 882—for the improvement of the Illi- ferred, 3119;. reported, 3900; passed,

nois river from the western terminus of 4365; enrolled, 44 13.

the Illinois and Michigan canal to its Cook, Hannah, bill (S. No. 515) granting a .4413, 4415 mouth.........

........1759

pension to. 4396 No. 1017—to extend a mail route from received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; *****... ......................4414

Serena to Ottawa, in the State of Illi- committee discharged, referred anew, 3613. 4414, 4415 nois

....2305

Cook, N., bill (H. R. No. 1331) for relief of, of .......................... 4414

No. 1202—to provide for the construction Tennessee-[By Mr.Butler,of Tennessee.] 4415

of a ship.canal around the Falls of referred, 3587 ; reported and passed, 3894; ...... ..4396, Niagara......

2943 passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; ap4413, 4414, 4415

No. 1423—to provide for bringing suits in proved, 4498. .4414

the courts of the United States against In Senate : received from House and re.4415

railroad corporations where portions of ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed,
the line are in several States..

4367; enrolled, 4413.

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

Mr. Maynard.
Mr. Niblack ...............
Mr. Randall
Mr. Robinson

1868.]

...89

remarks by

Mr. Bingham......
Mr. Broomall...

Mr. Dawes.....
Mr. Ela..........
Mr. Eldridge
Mr. Kerr......
Mr. Logan..
Mr. Maynard
Mr. Niblack.
Mr. Randall........
Mr. Shanks......

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana......
Contractors

, joint resolution (S. R. No. 100) for the relief of certain, for the construction of vessels of war and steam ma: chinery. reprived from Senate, 3202; called

discussed, 4413; referred, 4415. proarks by

Mr. Delano......
Mr. Ingersoll .........
Mr. Kelley.
Mr. Logan....
Mr. Maynard..
Mr. Pike..............................****
Mr. Pile.........

Mr. Randall
Mr. Van Wyck .........
Mr. Ward

..4396, 4413, 4414, 4415

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