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Indian-lands, sale of Osage Continued. remarks byMr. Clarke, of Kansas. 2305, 3063,

3171, 3256, 3261, 3262,

3263, 3264, 3265, 3266 Mr. Julian............

..........3264, 3265 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio...............

...2894 Mr. Randall

.2305 Mr. Sehenek ..........................

......3171 Mr. Scolield

...........................3263 Mr. Sbanks..............

.............................8264 Mr. Sbella barger.... Mr. Washburn, of Indiana............3263

Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin........3263 joint resolution (H. R. No. 286) relative to

the lands of the Cherokee and Great

and Little Osage--[By Mr. Julian.] reported, 2814; discussed, 2814; passed,

2816. In Senate : received from House, 2857 ;

referred, 2860.
remarks by-

Mr. Julian ........ .... 2814, 2815, 2816
Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio

..2815 Mr. Maynard ....... .2814, 2815, 2816 Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.........2814,

2815, 2816 Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin ........2815 Indians, resolution in reference to the treaty

recently concluded with the Great and Little Osage--[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas, June 13, 1868. ] objected to, 3063; adopted, 8132. report of the Committee on Indian Affairs

on the treaty with the Great and Little

Osage-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] read, 3256; discussed, 3261. joint resolution (H. R. No. 185) in relation

to the Eel river band of Miamis—[By

Mr. Shanks.] referred, 806. bill (H. R. No. 644) for the relief of the

Winnebago—[By Mr. Windom.] referred, 935. joint resolution (H. R. No. 189) for the

appointment of a commission to ascer: tain the losses of loyal Choctaw and Chiekasaw, and other loyal persons

(By Mr. Shanks.] referred, 935. bill (H. R. No. 733) for the relief of the

Navajo, at Bosque Redondo, and to establish them on a reservation-[By

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] reported and passed, 1184 ; passed Sen.

ate with amendments; 2045; referred, 2543 ; reported, 2971; tabled 2972. In Senate : received from House, 1211 ;

referred, 1229 ; reported, 1742; discussed, 1789, 2010; passed with amendment, 2021.

Indians-Continued. bill (H. R. No. 1376) for the relief of the

loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw -[By Mr.

Windom.] reported, 3854; discussed, 3854, 3881;

passed, 3882; passed Senate with amendinent, 4293; concurred in, 4341;

enrolied, 4375. In Senate : received from House, 3869;

referred, 3873; reported, 4096 ; dis-
cussed, 4096 ; passed with amendments,
4238 ; agreed to by House, 4321 ; en.

rolled, 4346.
remarks by
Mr. Allison.....

.8855 Mr. Chanler ...................... .......

.3854 Mr. Clarke, of Kansas........ 3856 Mr. Kelsey

.3854 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio................3855 Mr. Mullins.................................3882 Mr. Mungen

..3882 Mr. Peters....... .....3854, 3855, 3856 Mr. Schenck .........

.....3882 Mr. Scofield.........

....3881, 3882 Mr. Shanks........3854, 3855, 3856, 3882 Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire...3855 Mr. Windom ......

.3854, 3855, 3856, 3881, 3882, 4341 joint resolution (H. R. No. 362) to aid in

relieving from peonage women and children of the Navajo-[By Mr. But.

ler, of Massachusetts. ] read and passed, 4469; passed Senate,

4495 ; enrolled, 4496; approved, 4500. In Senate : received from House, 4451;

referred, 4453 ; reported and passed,

4462; enrolled, 4501. Indian treaty, resolution in relation to the,

with the Great and Little Osage-(By Mr.

Clarke, of Kansas, July 13, 1868.] adopted, 4001. Indian tribes, bill (H. R. No. 367) to provide

for the consolidation of the, and the organization of a system of government in the Indian territory-[By Mr. Van Horn,

of Missouri.] referred, 340. bill (I. R. No.561) for the relief of persons

for damages sustained by reason of depredations and injuries comunited by certain bands of Arrapaho, Sioux, and

other hostile-[By Mr. Chilcott. ] referred, 779. bill (H. R. No. 706) amending an act en.

titled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to regulate trade and intercourse with the, and to preserve peace on the frontiers, approved June 30, 1831'

[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ] referred, 1083. treaties with, discussed in Committee of the

Whole. remarks by

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio......... .....2065 joint resolution (H. R. No. 211) relative to

lands sold under treaties with-[By Mr.

Lawrence, of Ohio.] referred, 2069. joint resolution (H. R. No. 259) relative to

lands purporting to have been sold ander treaties with the Cherokee and other

[By Mr. Julian.) referred, 2407. bill (H. R. No. 1208) to provide for the

consolidation of the, and to organize a system of government in the Indian territory-[By Mr. Van Horn, of Mis

souri.] reported and recommitted, 2977. bill (H. R. No. 1302) to regulate treaties

with-[By Mr. Taffe.] referred, 3364. joint resolution (H. R. No. 313) respecting

treaties hereafter to be made between the

United States and the-[By Mr. Julian.] read and passed, 3552. In Senate : received from House, 3551;

referred, 8552. Indian trust lands, schedule showing the sale

of, fyom January 1, 1864, to January 1, 1868.....

2065

Indian war, joint resolution (H. R. No. 351)

extending the act of July 17, 1854, providing for the payment of the expenses of the Rogue River, to two companies of

Oregon volunteers-[By Mr. Mallory.] referred, 4232. Industrial interests, joint resolution (H. R.

No. 220) for the encouragement and protection of all the, of the United States

[By Mr. Miller.] referred, 1631. Ingersoll, Ebon C., & Representative from Illinois ...

..2 petitions presented by.......9, 295, 342, 668,

1428, 1485, 1620, 2537, 2582, 2686, 2921 bills introduced by No. 232-to incorporate the Georgetown

and Washington Canal and Sewer Company

..... 89 No. 281--for the relief of E. B. Hoag, 156 No. 313-repealing a certain portion of

an act of the Legislative Assembly of Colorado Territory authorizing a lottery, and to prevent swindling in the Terri

tories of the United States............. 331 No. 311-to incorporate tbe Washington

Target-Shooting Association in the Dis

trict of Columbia.......... ...............331 No. 345—to incorporate the Farmers' and

Butchers' Company of Georgetown,

District of Columbia ............ ....331 No. 418-to amend the charter of the

corporation of Washington and George

towa, in the District of Columbia...474 No. 419--to provide for tbe appointment

of a warden and physician of the jail in the District of Columbia, and for a stenographer of the supreme court thereof

........ 475 No. 420—to incorporate the Connecticut

Avenue and Park Railroad Company

in the District of Columbia............ 475 No. 480-in relation to the pay of grand

and petit jurors in the Districi of Columbig..........................................:

............636 No. 481-in relation to idiots, lunatics,

and habitual drunkards in the District of Columbia ........... ............

.....636 No. 482-to incorporate the National Life

Insurance Company of the United States of America.......

.......... 636 No. 483-to incorporate the Georgetown

and Washington Canal and Sewerage Company ...............

....636 No. 481-to incorporate the Metropolitan

Fire and Marine Insurance Company of Washington.......

.....636 No. 503—for the relief of William B. Todd ............

.....668 No. 578-to revive section two of the act

of April 5, 1866, entitled "An act to constitute Hannibal, Missouri, and Peoria, Illinois, ports of delivery'' ....780 No. 579—supplemental to an act to incor.

corate the National Safe Deposit Company of Washington, in the District of

Columbia, approved Jan. 22, 1867, 780 No. 580-in relation to the appointment

of notaries public in the District of Columbia in certain cases ............780 No. 585-authorizing an additional issue

of legal-tender notes to the amount of

$45,000,000......... No. 654-in relation to weights in the

District of Columbia.....................935 No. 716-to amend an aot in reference to

the legal rate of interest................ 1084 No. 717--for the enforcement of mechan

ics' liens on buildings in the District of Columbia..

........... 1084 No. 811-to divide the State of Nlinois

into three judicial districts... ......... 1419 No. 831 — relating to the Alexandria canal..........

..1485 No.848-19 incorporate Crowther Insti

tute in the District of Columbia.....1631 No. 892-relating to Alexandria canal,1759 No. 969—supplementary to an act entitled

“An act to establish ihe office of register of deeds for the District of Colum bia," approved February 14, 1863...2109

renarks by

Mr. Brooks

..1184 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........1184

2971, 2972 ...........2972

.2971 ..2972

*... ...... 784

Mr. Clever......
Mr. Holman

Mr. Ross ......
bill (H. R. No. 1110) to carry out certain

treaty stipulations with the Creek tribe
01-By Mr. Windom.]
referred, 2569.
bill (H. R. No. 1195) to carry into effect

certain treaty stipulations with the
Choctaw nation or tribe of -[By Mr.

Windom.)
referred, 2936; reported and recommitted,

3761.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 300) for the re•

lief of loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw

[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ]
referred, 3199.
bill (S. No. 478) to amend an act entitled

"An aet for the removal of the Sissiton,
Warpeton, Medawakanton, and Warpe-
kuta bands of Sioux or Dakota, and
for the disposition of their lands in Min-
nesota and Dakota," approved March
3, 1883.
received from Senate, 3535; referred,4474.

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Ingersoll, Ebon C., a Representative from Ingersoll, Ebon C., & Representative from Ingersoll, Ebon C., a Representative from

pomagot fata** Poprad Illinois---Continued. Illinois---Continued.

Illinois-Continued. bills introduced by

motions made by..........
...... .9, remarks on the National Safe Deposit Com-

egu tale of No. 1020--to incorporate the Washington 241, 313, 362, 433, 668, 1512, 1513, 1768, pany bill... 3201, 3202, 3224, 3225, 3226

Building Block Company.............. 2310 2163, 3381, 4391, 4430, 4431, 4490, 4192 on the bill to amend the habeas corpus
No. 1074-to incorporate the Harris Steam incidental remarks by... ..9, 156, 314,

act........

.3267 TR. NO fempetente Engine Company of the District of 317,668, 784, 833, 838, 1046, 1250, 1.184, on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, wag Tregeary, wber***** Columbia......

......2480
1760, 1768, 1771, 1901, 1902, 1927, 2071,

2232, 3269 ta bore been in dete!!! : No. 1104-10 incorporate the National 2072, 2083, 2099, 2109, 2130, 2162, 2498, on the qualification of the Arkansas mem

C, PrincnairiNTE>»** Capital Publishing Company.........2542 2907, 3228, 3226, 3365, 3766, 4413, 4429,

bers........

.........3440 ja er bedre * No. 1150—for the improvement of the 4430, 4432, 4433, 4484, 4490, 4491, 4493 on the deficiency bill (H.R. No.1341), 3727, 1%, ** Feat Doerry due to: Washington canal ..2760 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

3728, 8729, 3730, 3731 No. 1275-relating to the Alexandria internal tax ......

.....15 on the funding bill.....

...4193, canal. ...... .8062 on the resolution for the impeachment of

4196, 4222, 4225, 4226 No. 1293-to incorporate the Washington the President, reported from the Judi. on the joint resolution for the relief of and Georgetown Coal-Tar and Gas ciary Committee...... ........ 67,68

certain contractors for iron-clads...4396

44** Light Company

.3363 on the bill to suspend the further reduction on the bill for the relief of William Grant No. 1294-to incorporate the Citizens' of the currency............

.......... 69, 70 Powers........

............ 4431 Gas Company .3363 on the President's message.

...94

on the bill for the removal of the Center No. 1453-1or the relief of William Grant on the bill to change the name of Samuel

market.............

.4433, 4434 Powers.........

........4431
Chase Barney....

.........107 leave of absence granted to ........ ...3887 joint resolutions introduced by~

on reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214),265 Ingham, James A., bill (H. R. No. 1192) for No. 128--to construe the provisions of on the resolution concerning the jail in the relief of-[By Mr. Loughridge.]

certain acts which require the authori District of Columbia, 313, 314, 362, 363 referred, 2936.
ties of the District of Columbia to pay on the joint resolution to provide for the Inlet, resolution in reference to the necessity

any part of the Metropolitan police, 229 examination of distillery meters......430 of opening an, on the New Jersey coast
No. 152--providing for the survey of one on the bill for the relief of William B. from the Atlantic ocean to a point near the
or more railroad routes......... .474

Todd.....

668 head of Barnegat bay-[By Mr. Haight, resolutions submitted by

on the bill in relation to southern land February 4, 1868.] in relation to putting in circulation the grants.....

.......979 agreed to, 967. money now locked up in the vaults of on the Military Academy appropriation Inspection, bill (H. R. No. 684) providing for the Treasury-(December 10, 1867), 108 bill......

...,995, 996, 997, 1021 the, and use upon steamboats of boilers instructing Committee of Ways and Means on the legislative appropriation bill... 1023, made of materials other than charcoal to inquire into the expediency of pro

1024, 1131, 3697 plates of wrought iron--[By Mr. O'Neill.] viding by law for the iotal destruction on the bill extending certain patents for referred, 1083. of all high wines and whisky which cutting screws.....

.....1180

Inspection of oil, resolution calling for a copy may be seized as having been manufac on the bill creating Peoria a port of deliv. of the report of John Miller, special revetured in fraud of the revenue laws

ery:

1256, 1319

nue agent, in regard to the, in the twenty[December 12, 1867)....................156 on the resolution reported for the impeach second district of Pennsylvania, and the instructing Committee of Ways and Means ment of the President... 1358, 1359, 1360 testimony taken in relation thereto-[By

to inquire into the expediency of ex: on the bill for the relief of destitute people Mr. Moorhead, December 11, 1867.]
empting from paying tax all'incomes in the District of Columbia... 1421. 1504 agreed to, 129.
which do not exceed $2,500 per annum on the civil appropriation bill, 1482, 1984, || Inspector, bill (H. R. No. 1050) providing for
[December 12, 1867).................... 156

1485, 1507, 1508, 509,

the appointment of an, of cavalry, United calling for information in regard to the

1510, 1511, 1612. 2028 States Army--[By Mr. Pile.] number, &c., of revenue inspectors and on the bill concerning the district jail, referred, 2106. special Treasury agents now in the em

1538, 1539, 1540 | Inspectors, resolution calling for the items of ploy of the Government-[January 9, on the articles of impeachment...... 1545 expenditure for salaries of supervising and 1868] ....

..... 430 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. local steamboat, under the act of the 30th calling for a statement of the trade be. Butler)......

1692

of August, 1862; and also the fees col. tween the United States and the British on the joint resolution relating to the lected and prosecutions instituted, &c.North American Provinces since the Osage Indian lands..............1703, 1704 [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, Decemabrogation of the reciprocity treaty, on the bill to exempt certain manufactures ber 5, 1867.]

&c. - [February 7, 1868)..............1053 from tax...1796, 2100, 2105, 2108, 22:29 agreed to, 53.
in' reference to the issuing of a certain on the order of business.... ..1927, joint resolution (H. R. No. 133) creating a
amount of legal tenders to be used in

2022, 2542, 3145, 3765, 43-45 local board of inspection of hulls, boil-
purchasing for cancellation any of the personal and explanatory, 2022, 25:29, 2543 ers, and machinery of steamers at the
gold-interest-bearing bonds of the Uni on the bill to exempt school property in

port of Cairo, Illinois, and authorizing ted States--[March 16, 1868]......... 1902 the District from taxation ............ 2028 and requiring the Secretary of the Treasin reference to the issue of United States on the House joint resolution to regulate

ury to appoint local, for said port; also notes of the denomination of ones and

the freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, fixing the compensation of such—[By twos sufficient to supply the present de.

2130, 2426, 2427, 2128 Mr. Raum.] ficiency--[March 24, 1868]........... 2083 on the bill concerning the rights of Amer referred, 331. for printing ten thousand copies of the re

ican citizens abroad ............ 2316, 2317 bill (H. R. No. 797) to provide two local, port of the Secretary of the Treasury on the bill relating to the Navy and Marine of steamboats at Evansville, in the State in reference to the trade between the

corps........

.2324

of Indiana--[By Mr. Niblack.]
United States and the British North on the House joint resolution for the pro referred, 1418.
American Provinces since the abroga tection of fishing

vessels,2332,2372,2373, | Insurance, bill (H. R. No. 842) to incorporate
tion of the reciprocity treaty-[March

2374, 2375, 2377, 2378, 2379, 2400, 2401 the Chamber of Life, of the United States81, 1868).............

.2232 on the Puget Sound railroad bill...... 2442 [By Mr. Boutwell.] calling for a statement of the amount of on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2463 referred, 1631.

tax collected on distilled spirits since the during call of the House...2645, 3415, 3455 Insurance companies, bill (H. R. No. 837) to

1stof January last-[April17,1868),2306 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a protect the rights of, and to give them a
instructing Committee on the Post Office recusant witness......... 2669, 2673, 2940 lien on vessels in certain cases

and Post Roads to inquire into the ex on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2843, 2849, Eggleston.]
pediency of securing to the General Gov. 2852, 2853, 2855, 2879, 2880, 2881, 2882, referred, 1512.
ernment the exclusive control of all tele.

2891, 2892, 2893, 2915, 2918, 2919, 2920, Insurance Company, bill (H. R. No. 482) to in,
graphs within the United States-[April 2981, 2982, 2984, 3066, 3067, 8142, 3143 corporate the National Life, of the United
21, 1868]

..2320 on the reception of Chinese embassy, 2906 States of America-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
for printing extra copies of the letters of on the bill to incorporate the National Art referred, 636.
the Secretary of the Treasury, dated Union Association ......

bill (H. R. No. 484) to incorporate the
March 30 (Ex. Doc. No. 240) and May on the case of Rev. John McMabon...8062 Metropolitan Fire and Marine, of Wash-
14, 1868, together with the reports of on the bill relating to the Alexandria canal, ington--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
Mr. George W. Brega upon the trade

8062, 3063, 8199, 3200, 3201, 4428 referred, 636.
with the British Provinces of North on bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3171, 3877, 3380, bill (H. R. No. 1186) to amend the charter
America-[May 15, 1868)............ 2480

3381, 3389, 3401, 3403, 3405, 3406, of the National Capital-[By Mr. Mc-
on the subject of a tax on the capital, de-

3409, 3410, 8414, 8415, 3417, 3418,

Clurg. ) posits, and circulation of all national

3419, 3421, 3422, 8412, 3443, 3145, referred, 2935. and other banks-[June 17, 1868]... 3223

3446, 8447, 3448, 3449, 3458, 3459, bill (S. No. 642) to amend the charter of the ....107,

3460, 3486, 3487, 3488, 3492, 3493, National Capital. 229, 669, 1319, 1421, 2102, 2163, 3201

3530, 3533, 3534, 3536, 3537, 3538 received from Senate, 4380.

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.....509

.64,

.........359

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Insurrectionary States-see Reconstruction. Invalid Pensions, resolation in reference to || Islands, bill (H. R. No. 228)-Continued. Interest, bill (H. R. No. 716) to amend an act the pay of the elerk of the Committee remarks byin reference to the legal rate of-[By Mr. on-Continued.

Mr. Farnsworth

......509 Ingersoll.] remarks by

Mr. Harding....

.509 referred, 1084. Mr. Maynard...... 3893, 3900, 3927

Mr. Jalian

.508, 509, 1427 joint resolution (S. R. No. 94) directing the Mr. Miller, 3893, 3899, 8900, 3927, 3928 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio....

.89, Secretary of the Treasury, whenever any

Mr. Welker....
.3927

508, 509, 1427
State shall have been in default for the
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.................... 3927

Mr. Marshall.........

509 payment of, or principal or investments

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

.3927
Mr. Mungen

.508, 509
in its stocks held by the United States lowa river, bill (H. R. No. 1003) to declare Mr. Ross
in trust, to retain moneys due to such the, in the State of Iowa, unpavigable Mr. Spalding

.508, 509 State from the United States.'

above the city of Wapello, Louisa county, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......508, 509 received from Senate, 3594; discussed, Iowa-[By Mr. Loughridge.]

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana . .......509 4475; referred, 4476.

referred, 2289; reported adversely, 2611. bill (H. R. No. 1051) to grant certain, to the remarka byIron-clads-see Contractors.

State of Wisconsin as swamip landsMr. Ortb ....

.4475, 4476 resolution authorizing the Secretary of the [By Mr. Hopkins. ] Mr. Paine......

..4475, 4476 Navy to, relinquish certain, to their referred, 2406; reported, 2605; passed, 2906 Mr. Pile...........

.....4475

builders on certain conditions-[By Mr. In Senate: received from House, 2904; Mr. Raum

.4476
Pike, December 12, 1867.]

referred, 2904.
Mr. Seofield

.4475, 4476 agreed to, 164; reconsidered, 156; ex bill (H. R. No. 1305) to repeal an act relative Mr. Welker.........

..4475, 4476
planation, 209.

to, in the Great Miami river, approved Interior Department, calls for information joint resolution (H. R. No. 136) providing

March 2, 1868—(By Mr. Mungen.] upon.

..95, 134, 361, 691, 692, for sale of Government–[By Mr. Pike.] referred, 3364. 806, 1177, 1448, 2305, 2413, 2544, reported and discussed, 350; passed, 361; joint resolution (H. R. No. 804) to suspend communications from ....

passed Senate with amendments, 836; action by the General Land Office under 104, 128, 134, 152, 157, 171, 195, 210, concurred in, 869; enrolled, 875; ap the provisions of an act relative to, in 240, 287, 333, 363, 388, 476, 510, 571, proved, 937.

the Great Miami river, approved March 692, 602, 743, 781,783, 784, 869, 901, In Senate: received from House, 3464 2, 1868–[By Mr. Mungen.] 990, 1044, 1280, 1326, 1334, 1512, referred, 358; reported, 703 ; discussed, referred, 3364. 1632, 1662, 1706, 2006, 2133, 2199, 816 ; passed with amendments, 817;

J. 2286, 2287, 2308, 2324, 2330, 2445, concurred in by House, 861; enrolled, || Jackson, James, bill (S. No. 423) granting a 2475, 2592, 2682, 3034, 8462, 3589, 876.

pension to 3658, 3692, 3943, 3981, 4000, 4052, remarks by

received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869. 4062, 4091, 4135, 4264, 4306, 4476

Mr. Kerr........

360 || Jackson, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 1133) for communication in reference to the contract

.....361

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........
for the new jail.........

the relief of-[By Mr. Welker.]
.314
relating to allowances to the Indian peace

Mr. Maynard...

359, 360, 361

referred, 2750. Mr. Mungen...

..361 commission

Jail, resolution requesting the Secretary of the ..2571 Mr. Pike .......

Interior to withhold any further payments relating to treaties made by the Indian

..359, 360, 361, 869 lir. Scofield......

upon the contract for building thie, in and peace commission ...... ....4083

for the District of Columbia until the Com

..859 resolution directing the Secretary of the, to

Mr. Washburne, of Ilinois....... inform this House of the names and

Mr. Wood.....

.359, 360, 361

mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds

.361

Jeas and nays on the ....... date of clerks appointed in that Depart

have an opportunity to investigate suid ment since the 1st of April last-[By resolution calling for the report of Captain

contract, and authorizing said committee Mr. Miller, May 11, 1868.] James B. Eades on the, of Europe and

to make such investigation--[By Mr, Co

vode, December 19, 1867.] objected to, 2329, 2330; agreed to, 2413.

this country-[By Mr. Pile, July 2,

1868.] Internal revenue-see Revenue.

objected to, 295; read, 313; adopted. 314.

joint resolution (S, R. No. 80), in relation to Invalid Pensions, the Committee on........

....506,
agreed to, 3692.

erection of a, in District of Columbin.
resolution for printing report and drawings
610, 1039

received from Senate, 313; discussed, 362;
of Captain James B. Eades on the, of
.97,

passed, 363 ; enrolled, 388.
156, 331, 891, 1449, 2971, 3899
Europe and this country--(By Mr. Pile,

remarks by-
reports from, 312, 361, 592, 733, 734, 785, 736,
July 6, 1868.]

Mr. Broomall.

.362 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1296, 1297, referred, 3764.

Mr. Covode

313, 814 1208 , 1149, 1450, 2310, 2874, 2906, 2907; | Iron railing, resolution for the removal of the,

Mr. Ingersoll...... .313, 314, 362, 363 2908. 2909, 2910, 3101, 3102, 3103, 3104, now in the old Hall of the House of Rep

Mr. McCullough

..362, 363 3105, 3524, 3890, 3891, 3892, 3893, 8894, resentatives--[By Mr. Schenck, March 4, Mr. Upson ......

..363 3895, 3896, 3897, 3398, 3899, 4062, 4081 1868. ]

Mr. Wood.....

...362, 363 adverse reports from.......

.312, 361,
adopted, 1668.

yeas and nays on the...........
692, 733, 1040, 1041, 1296, 1450,
resolution for the sale of the, taken from the

bill (H. R. No. 419) to provide for the ap2874, 2907, 2908, 2909, 3102, 3103,

Hall of the old House of Represent. pointment of a warden and pbysician 3104, 3890, 3893, 3894, 3896, 8898

atives—[By Mr. Cobb, March 10, 1868.] of the, in the District of Columbia, and ...152, objected to, 1806, 1859.

for a stenographer of the supreme court 361, 592, 735, 1040, 1296, 1449, 2310,

joint resolution (H. R. No. 294) donating to thereof-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
2907, 3101, 3613, 3853, 3890, 3896, 4008
the Washington City Orphan Asylum

referred, 475. bill (H. R. No. 678) 'making appropriations

the, taken from the old Hall of the bill (H. R. No. 784) to amend an act enfor the payment of, for the year ending

House of Representatives - [By Mr. titled "An act authorizing the constructhe 30th of June, 1860—[By Mr. Butler, Washburne, of Illinois. ]

tion of a, in and for the District of réad, 3089; passed, 3090°; passed Senate, Columbia," approved July 25, reported, 1045; discussed, 1835; passed,

18663310; enrolled, 3310 ; approved, 3732. [By Mr. Covode] 1836; passed Senate with amendments,

In Senate: received from House, 8089; reported and recommitted, 1319 ; motion 1729; referred, 1769; reported and dis

referred, 3130; reported and passed, to reconsider, 1334 ; called up, 1513 ; agreed to, 1813 ; conference, 1813, 1904, 8274; enrolled, 3279.

discussed, 1635; report read, 1536 ;
1998, 2009; conference report, 4131; Irrigation, resolution calling for certain cor passed, 1540; passed Senate with amend
agreed to by Senate, 4088; by House,
respondence from the General Land Office

ment, 2643 ; referred, 2712.
4131 ; enrolled, 4173; approved, 4422.
In Senate : received from House, 1369;

relating to the most approved method of, In Senate : received from House, 1515;

and also illustrative of the natural history referred, 1535; referred anew, 1622 ; referred, 1371; reported, 1694; dis

and industrial and commercial capacities reported, 2009; motion to take up, cussed, 1719; passed with amendments, 1725; disagreed to by House, 1812 ;

of the public lauds-[By Mr. Dodge, May 2275; discussed, 2625; passed with conference, 1812, 1886, 1977, 2010, 2569; 7, 1868.]

amendments, 2627.
agreed to, 2379.

remarks by
in
Mr. Cobb.....

1539
by Senate, 4075; by House, 4147; en-
the Great Miami river-[By Mr. Lawrence,

Mr. Covode... ....1319, 1334, 1513, of Ohio.]

1535, 1536, 1538, 1539, 1540, 2712

1513 referred, 89; reported, 508; discussed, 508;

Mr. Holman.. --[By Mr. passed, 509; passed Senate with amend Mr. Ingersoll...... .1538, 1539, 1540

1539 ment, 1045; concurred in, 1427; enrolled,

Mr. Jones.........

1334 1455 ; approved, 1643.

Mr. Peters.....
In Senate : received from House, 500; re-

Mr. Randall....
ferred, 504; reported, 721 ; passed with

Mr. Schepck...... .*.....................3927

amendments, 1026; concurred in by House, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. .3927 1431 ; enrolled, 1443.

Mr. Welker.....

instructions to......

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og fence report, 4075; concurred in Islands, bill (H. R. No. 223) in relation to,

rolled, 4161.
resolution in reference to the pay of the

clerk of the Committee on-
Miller, July 9, 1868.]
reported, 3893; discussed, 3893, 8899,

3927; disagreed to, 3928.
remarks by-

Mr. Covode.........
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Jameson, J. W., bill (S. No.427) for the relief || Jenks, Henry, bill (H. R, No. 898) to extend | Johnson, James A., a Representative from

es, Joe A., 1 Prepresentative free of the widow and children of, deceased. the letters patent of, for an improvement

California-Continued. received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; in the process of manufacturing wire grat bills introduced by

she the best to reafira certainere reported and passed. 3897; enrolled, 3948. ing-[By Mr. Cake.]

No. 760-10 amend an act entitled "An Java, resolution instructing the Secretary of referred, 1768.

act to quiet land titles in California,"

IUNIER No. 1 the Navy to have the United States steam Jessup, Jonathan, bill (H. R. No. 867) for the approved July 23, 1861.............. 1217

tu II

. R. No. 1234.34! frigate, completed without unnecessary relief of, postmaster at York, Pennsyl No. 903-authorizing the establishment delay- [By Mr. Barnes, January 21, 1868.] vania--[By Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsyl of a bureau for mining the precious

some of Alaska.. objected to, 668. vania.]

metals and providing for its insugura

Patag to private lans joint resolution (H. R. No. 178) to finish reported, 1705; discussed, 2023; passed, tion and sur port........

...... 1760 the steam frigate-[By Mr. Barnes.) 2024; passed Senate, 3236; enrolled, 3299; No. 923-to restore to certain parties their

a fa tebe mitary peste 3 referred, 780 ; reported adversely, 2321. approved, 3781,

rights under the treaties and laws of the Jay, James C., bill (H. R. No. 440) for the In Senate : received from House, 2021 ; re United States..........................1900

In Pubermain relief of, a detailed activg assistant sur. ferred, 2021; reported, 2623; passed, No. 924-granting lands to aid in the con

poinbat misted to, 992. Ny. 41%. geon of volunteers-[By Mr. Shanks.] 3213; enrolled, 3279.

struction of a canal in the State of Cal.

na vlada , bill & No. 600k referred, 507. remarks by

ifornia.........

.................. 1900 Jenekes, Thomas A., & Representative from Mr. Broomall.......

the Senate $34referred, 1,41 .2023

No. 1016-granting lands to the State of
Rhode Island....
****...........2
Mr. Farnsworth...........

en el prend des
.2024

California for the construction of a rail. petitions presented by...

..... ........, 18,
Mr. Holman .........

1706
road and telegraph line from Vallejo to

a I., H. R. No. 164 87,552, 785, 901, 1010, 2143, 2324, 2406 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........ 1706, 2024

Humboldt Bay. .... .....2305 bills introduced by

ne presion të By Mr. Penia Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania... 1705,

No. 1022-amendatory of the tenth section No. 610-to establish & department of

at paused,

3. passed Sepan, 1706, 2023, 2024

of the act of July 25, 1866, eutiiled "An justice

... 934
Mr. Mungen.....

2024
act to further provide for the safety of

e arred from Roue and recept No. 611-concerning American citizen. Mr. Scofield...

............, 2023, 2024 the lives of passengers on board of ves. ship and the protection due to American

Mr. Upson.........

.1706

sels propelled in whole or in, part by citizens in foreign States............... 934

steam, and to regulate the salaries of No, 780—for the relief of Martha M. | Jewels, joint resolution (H. R. No. 208) di

steamboat inspectors''.........

2320 Jones, administratrix of Samuel T.

recting the Treasurer of the United States
to open a certain wooden box marked,

No. 1053--to finally settle the title to
Jones, deceased.................. ....1317
No. 948—to regulate the civil service of
which has been many years in the vault of

Mexican land grants in the State of
the Treasury, and to report the contents

California....... tbe United States and to promote the

.............. 2406 efficiency thereof................. thereof to Congress-[By Mr. O'Neill.]

No. 1206-to restore to certain parties .... 2069 No. 1021-in amendment of an act en: referred, 1217.

their rights under the laws and treaties resolution calling for information in regard

of the United States.................... 2974 titled - An act to establish a uniform

to the contents of a certain box in the

No. 1298-to transfer the counties of pystem of bankruptcy throughout the vault of the United States Treasury,

Sierra and Nevada from the Sacramento United States," approved March 2, 1867 sealed with the seal of the Patent Office,

land district to the Marysville-land dis2310

trict..........

3364 resolutions submitted by

and marked-[By Mr. O'Neill, March directing the Secretaries of State, Treas

6, 1868.]

No. 1311--for the relief of Walter Sherreported and agreed to, 1703.

wood and David W. Martindale.....3477 ury, War, and Attorney General, to fur:

No. 1312-to add to the service three nish a statement of the amounts paid by John, Palemon, bill (H. R. No. 433) for the

adjutants general.....

.........3477 relief of-[By Mr. Mercur.) them respectively for legal services, &c., during each year since 1860referred, 475; reported and discussed. 2539;

joint resolution introduced by

No. 186-declaratory of the rights and {February 11, 1866] ....... ............ 1116

passed, 2540; passed Senate, 4434; en: in reference to a document purporting to rolled, 4479; approved, 4498.

powers of the Federal and State Govern. be & report froin the Committee on In Senate : received from House, 2545; re.

ments, and the rights of citizenship, 838

resolutions submitted by~ Retrenchment on the subject of frauds

ferred, 2518; reported, 3462; passed, 3720; upon the revenue by distillers of whisky motion to reconsider, 3721; called ap,

directing Judiciary Committee to inquire and others-[March 17, 1868] .....,1926 4406; motion withdrawn, 4439; enrolled,

whether Congress can by legislation pre; 4451. in relation to a duel fought in or near the

vent the immigration of Chinese and
District of Columbia-[May 25, 1868),
remarks by-

Mongolians-[December 12, 1867), 162
Mr. Blaine........

instructing Committee on Military Affairs
2368

............. 2540

to inquire into the necessity of reëstabreports made by ................. 1316, 2466, 3310

Mr. Bromwell.....

2540

lishing the office of sutler in the Army motions made by

1156,
Mr. Higby...

2540

for the Pacific States and Territories, 1317, 1318, 1633, 2108, 2828, 3327

Mr. Kelley... incidental remarks by

[January 20, 1868)......................638
Mr, Lawrence, of Ohio......... 2539, 2540

.2412,
2570, 3327, 3397, 4003, 4213
Mr. Maynard.....

in reference to the immigration of Chinese

..2540 remarks on the resolution relating to depart

Mr. Mercur.......

and other inferior races to our country,

,2589, 2540 mental employés

and their rights of citizensbip and suf-
..862
Mr. Scofield........

.2539 on the supplementary reconstruction bill Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts....2540

frage-[January 29, 1868)............837

reports made by ......... (H. R. No. 439).... ......588, 600, 601 Johnson, Captain Charles P., bill (H. R. No.

motion made by.

...1347 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

452) for the relief of-[By Mr. Dodge.] incidental remarks by can citizens abroad .......968, 1127, 1128, reported and passed, 591 ; passed Senate,

.888, 1088, 1346, 1129, 1130, 1156, 2311, 2316, 2317 1086 ; enrolled, 1131 ; approved, 1319.

11. 1633, 2401, 2465, 2527, 3097, 4412, 4491 on the bill for the relief of Smith and In Senate : received from House, 627; re

remarks on the bill relating to Government Wesson....

advertisements........ ferred, 632; reported and passed, 1070;

...991 on the order of business...1156, 1189, 2368 enrolled, 1125.

on the joint resolution concerning the

payment of certain niail contractors, 667 on the bill extending certain patents for Johnson, James A., a Representative from

on the resolution concerning due of the
cutting screws
.1181

......2 on the bill for the relief of Horace Smith petitions presented by... 318, 2527, 2582, 2810

justices of the Supreme Court. 863, 864 and D. B. Wesson ...............1316, 1317 bills introduced by—

on the order of business...........901, 1044 on bill for relief of M. M. Jones, 1817, 1318 No. 298~-withdrawing certain lands from

on the Kentucky election (case of John
Young Brown).......

909
on the articles of impeachment........1558, the operation of the homestead and
1614, 1615, 1658, 1659, 1660

personal and explanatory.......1045, 1046

preemption laws, and to grant the same on the President's inessage.. on the report in reference to whisky frauds, in exchange for other lands............ 209

1926, 1927
No. 332-granting the right of way over

on the resolution reported for the impeach

ment of the President......... on questions relating to the impeachment, the publie lands of the United States to

2021

the Oroville and Virginia City Railroad on the bill to amend bankrupt act...2310, Company, and to provide for its con

on the civil appropriation bill.........1455, 2318, 2324, 2325, 2326, 2327, 2328 struction........

.......295 on the joint resolution to regulate the on the bill to regulate the civil service, No. 642-to promote the efficiency of the freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, 2421,

2466, 2470, 3766, 4002, 4003 American commercial marine, to pro: on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2889,2893, vide for the orphans of soldiers and on the bill for the relief of William Mc 2894, 2911, 2912, 2918, 2914, 2948, sailors killed in battle or deceased in

Garraban .. 2949, 2951, 2962, 2953, 2956, 2957 the service of the United States, and to on the impeachment trial-alleged corrupt on the river and harbor bill...... 3208, 3211 enlarge the asylum for disabled vet practices on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3337, 3537

......935 No. 759-extending the provisions of an

on the Indian appropriation bill......2640, on printing patent specifications......4214,

4215

act entitled "An act granting the right during call of the House on the bill for the relief of J. S. Turner, 4432 of way to ditch and canal owners over leave of absence granted to ... ... ... 1886, 2529

the public lands'.........

on the resolution relating to a guard-room
at the Capitol........

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leave of absence granted to, 1927, 2399,18062

COLXIX entative fra

Johnson, James A., a Representative from | Judd, Jane M., bill (H. - R. No. 301) for the Judges, bill (H. R. No. 279) to provide for
California-Continued.

relief of the legal heirs and representatives the appointment of, for the district court remarks on the bill to confirm certain claims of the late, deceased--[By Mr. Lincoln.] of the district of West Tennessee-[By en tiedot in Yosemite valley.... referred, 209.

Mr. Nunn.]
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060). 2826 Judd, Norman B., a Representative from Illi-
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284) .....8410,

referred, 154.

.2 3411 petitions presented by ................ 342, 490,

bill (H, R. No. 475) concerning district, on the purchase of Alaska ....... ...3625

845, 1830, 1862, 2198, 2217,

[By Mr. Coburn.] on the bill relating to private land claims

2828, 2789, 3115, 3539, 3708

referred, 636.
in California..
3657, 3689 bills introduced by

bill (S. No. 487) to disapprove an act of the on the bill to fix the military peace estab No. 329-to amend an act entitled "An

Legislative Assembly of Washington lishment..........

.3949
act to regulate the foreign coasting trade

Territory redistricting the Territory and on the Western Pacific railroad bill... 4483 on the northern, northeastern, and

reassigning the, thereto. eid in the leave of absence granted to, 2592, 3692, 4499 northwestern frontiers of the United

received from Senate, 3732; passed, 4489; Johnson, Lucinda R., bill (S. No. 500) grant States," approved June 17, 1864.....286

enrolled, 4496. ing a pension to.

No. 387-to fix the compensation of the

Judicial circuit, bill (H. R. No. 727) for an act the se received from Senate, 3845; referred, 3346; United States depositary at Chicago, 473

to establish a new, in the State of Mlinois, ction of as reported and passed, 3895.

No. 388-to amend an act entitled "An to be held at Galesburg-[By Mr. Logan.] Johnson, Sarah K., bill (H. R. No. 1414) act to extend jurisdiction of the district referred, 1177. granting a pension to--[By Mr. Perham.

courts of the United States in certain Judicial district, bill (H. R. No. 446) to amend reported and passed, 3899; passed Senate, cases on the lakes and navigable waters an act entitled “An act to create the east4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498.

connecting with the same," approved ern, of the State of New York,'' approved In Senate: received from House and referred, February 20, 1845... ......

.473

February 25, 1865—[By Mr. Stewart.) 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4370; en No. 478-to amend an act entitled "An referred, 517 ; reported and discussed, 3619; rolled, 4443.

att extending the jurisdiction of the dis passed, 3620.
Joint resolution of Congress, joint resolution trict courts to certain cases upon the In Senate ; received from House, 3630; re-

(H. R. No. 199) construing a, approved lakes and navigable waters connecting ferred, 3632.
July 26, 1866–[By Mr. Adams.]

the same," approved February 26,
referred, 1083.

remarks. by— 1845

............... 636 Jones, Alexander H., & Representative from

Mr. Churchill..
No. 589--to regulate the appraisement

.3619, 3620 North Carolina....

Mr. Spalding
... 3761, 3764
and inspection of imports.......

.....3619, 3620
petition presented by.
.3900 No. 830 for the relief of Marian Mulli-

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........3619 joint resolution introduced by

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...3619, 3620 gan, widow of Colonel James A. MulliNo. 348-to-extend the provisions of the gan, deceased...........

1460

bill (H. R. No. 509) to create the sonth. act of July 4, 1864, limiting the juris joint resolution introduced by

western, of Missouri-[By Mr. Gravely.] diction of the Court of Claims to the No. 248-in relation to the rights of citi referred, 687. loyal citizens of the State of North zens of the United States of America, bill (H. R. No:933) to repeal an act entitled Carolina....... .4252

2193

An act to create the eastern, of the Jones, Martha M., bill (H. R. No. 780) for the resolution submitted by

State of New York," approved on the relief of, administratrix of Samuel T. calling for copies of all correspondence, 25th day of April, 1865, and to make Jones, deceased-[By Mr. Jenckes. ]

negotiations, and treaties wiih any of provision for the trial of causes pending reported, 1317; passed, 1318; passed Senate, the German States since the 1st day of in said district-[By Mr. Hulburd.]

3661, enrolled, 3692; approved, 3809.
In Senate : received from House, 1316 ; re-

January last relating to the rights of referred, 1901.

naturalized citizens—[March 9, 1868), bill (H. R. No. 1057) in relation to the, of ferred, 1330; reported, 1940; discussed,

1761 3346; passed, 3649; enrolled, 3688.

\Vashington Territory-[By Mr. Flan. report made by........

..4080

ders. ]
Mr. Chanler :
motions made by ... ... 1683, 1828, 2204, 3089

referred, 2406.
1318 incidental remarks by 156, 1421, 1503,

Judicial districts, bill (H. R. No. 283) to in. ...1318

1761, 8552, 3722, 3851, 4007, 4430 ..... 1317, 1318 remarks on the resolution relating to the

crease the number of, in Texas-(By Mr. Mr. Washburne, of Minois... 1317, 1318 Jones , Thomas L., a Representative from rights of American citizens abroad...6,7

Lawrence, of Ohio.]

referred, 162.
on the bill to provide against the expansion
......13, 27
of the currency.

........217

bill (H. R. No. 811) to divide the State of petitions presented by...........648, 785, 1774 on the bill constituting eight hours a day's

Illinois into three-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] work......

...... 335 No. 1159-0 erect United States court

referred, 1419. 1 on the bill (II. R. No. 684) concerning

bill (H. R. No. 347) to amend an act to fooms, post office, and internal revenue the rights of American citizens abroad,

divide the State of Illinois into two, apoffices in the city of Covington, Ken.

831, 865, 967,986,987, 1128, 1129, 1159 proved February 13, 1855—[By Mr. 2874 on billrelating to southern land grants, 970

Raum.] 113 on bill for the surrender of criminals, 1273 referred, 331; reported and passed, 1769;

on the Army appropriation bill......... 1285 passed Senate with amendments, 3336; on the resolution reported for the impeach concurred in, 3477; enrolled, 3484; ap

ment of the President..................1396 proved, 3809. on questions relating to impeachment, In Senale: received from Hņuse, 1782;

1683

referred, 1782 ; reported, 3213 ; passed on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. with amendments, 3313;, concurred in Butler)..

....... 1690 to all persons engaged in the late rebel.

by House, 3466; enrolled, 3521. on the bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning | Judicial proceedings, bill (H. R. No. 1009) to .4501

the rights of American citizens abroad, amend the law of the District of Columbia ....781,

1805, 2314, 2315

in relation to, therein-[By Mr. Welker.] on the bill for admission of Alabama, 1828

referred, 2291. on the report on the cancellation and

bill (H. R. No. 1131) regalating, in certain destruction of United States bonds,

cases for the protection of officers and 1853, 1854

agents of the Government, and for the on the bill to exempt certain manufac

better defense of the Treasury against tures from tax...2100, 2102, 2108, 2105

unlawful claims-[By Mr. Butler, of 2498 on the bill to regulate the appraisement

Massachusetts. ] ' of imports......

.2635

referred, 2750; reported, 3620; passed, during call of the House, 2645, 8416, 3454

3655 ; passed Senate with amendments, 2847, 2852 on the tax bill (H. R. No.1060), 2844, 2846,

4476; agreed to, 4478; enrolled, 4495; 2885, 2886, 2887, 8038, 3139, 3142

approved, 4500. on the bill to regulate immigrantships,

3272 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284),8400,3407,

In Senate : received from House, 3645; 3452, 3454, 3459, 3460,

referred, 3645; reported, 4439 ; passed 8479, 3480, 3498, 3537 with amendments, 4449; agreed to by .3345 on the river and harbor bill..... 3560, 3562 House, 4451; enrolled, 4501.

on the bill for the removal of certain bill (H. R. No. 1219) amendatory of an act

political disabilities............3851, 3852 entitled “An act relating to habeas cor..on the funding bill.......

pus, and regulating, in certain cases”.
on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 4484 (By Mr. Woodward.)
leave of absence granted to..............

referred, 3101; reported adversely, 3267.

remarks by

Mr. Collom.........
Mr. Jenckes..........

Kentucky..... bill introduced by

tucky...... joint resolution introduced by No. 267-to change the name of the steam

boat Pine Bluff to that of Eudora... 2500 resolutions submitted by instructing the impeachment managers to

withdraw their suit-[May18,1868], 2329 requesting the President to issue a proclamation of amnesty for political offenses

lion--[July 25, 1868]......... incidental remarks by ....

2334, 2529, 2707, 3980, 4023 remarks on the death of Hon. Elijah Hise, a

Representative from Kentucky........744 on the bill concerning the District jail, 1539 on the impeachment of the President, 1879 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., on the bill to admit Arkansas... 2498, 2499 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2846, on the case of Charles W. Woolley, &

recusant witness................. 2941, 2946 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).....3337 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee

vs. Young)........8382, 3833, 3340, 3374 on the order of business....... on the resolution for an adjournment to

September............................... 4379 on the condition of southern States, 4470

(See Appendix.).

.4181

...2500

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