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on the legislative appropriodas, 1110,

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Schenck, Robert Ca, a Representative from Schenck, Robert C., a Representative from Schenck, Robert C., a Ruepresentative from
Ohio-Continued.
Ohio— Continued.

Ohio-Continued."
bills introduced by-
resolutions submitted by

remarks on the bill to suspend the farther
No. 1480—to abolish the office of Solicitor for printing extra copies of the annual re. reduction of the currency ..............53,
and Naval Judge Advocate...........4007 port of the Commissioner of Internal

69, 70, 571, 593, 648, 671
No. 1460— to regulate the duties on im. Revenue-[January 30, 1868]......... 865 on the resolution for the impeachment of

ported copper and copper ores....4467 calling for certain information respecting the President, reported from the Judi.
No. 1455—to correct an error in the en-

the contingent fund of the Department ciary Committee............ 62, 65, 66, 67
rollment of the act imposing taxes on of State-[February 18, 1868]...... 1256 on the resolution to print extra copies of

distilled spirits and tobacco .........4770 rescinding the resolution passed authoriz. the Postmaster General's report, 70, 71
No. 1456—to authorize the importation of ing the payment to John Young Brown on the President's message......

.71,
machinery for repair only free of duty, of $2,500, for expenses incurred in pros-

72, 73, 94, 2713
4770 ecuting his elaim to a seat-[February on an adjournment for the holidays....117
No. 1457—to pay for indexing the tax 25, 1868]....

......1426 on the bill to provide against undue ex-
bill............

......4485 for the removal of the iron feuce now in pansion of the currency. ....... 216, 217
joint resolutions introduced by~

the old Hall of the House of Represent- on the bill relating to deserters...260, 285
No. 140—to provide for a commission to atives--[March 4, 1868]..............1668 on the New Mexico election case, 292, 293

examine and report on meters for dis- inquiring whether Edmund Cooper is now on the bill to facilitate the payment of
tilled spirits........
.......421 performing the duties of Assistant Sec- bounties.....

336, 342
No. 202-to reimburse Israel S. Diehl for retary of the Treasury, or has been on the bill to prevent frauds in the collec-

money deposited in the Treasury on since the rejection of his nomination by • tion of the tax on spirits...... ..304,
account of duty on imported animals, the Senate, and, if so, by what authority

365, 366, 422
1116 of law-[March 9, 1868]..............1771 on the joint resolution providing for the
No. 262-authorizing certain distilled for printing five thousand copies of the examination of distillery meters, 421,422,
spirits to be turned over to the Sur- opening address of Hon. Benjamin F.

423, 424, 426, 433, '443,
geon General for the use of Army hos- Butler on the trial of Andrew Johnson,

445, 446, 447, 844, 865
pitals. .........

.... 2420

with the accompanying brief of law au- on the bill defining a quorum of the
No. 278—to supply books and public doc-
thorities, and forty thousand copies with: Supreme Court........

486
uments to the national asylums for dis- out the aceompanying brief-[March 30, on the case of George F. Sawyer...... 665,
abled soldiers.......... ..............
.... 2634

.2226

1092, 1993
No. 292—directing the Secretary of War supplying with certain documents the in regard to the amplification of speeches,
to sell damaged or unserviceable arms, library of the National Asylom for Dis-

988
ordnance and ordnance stores....... 2976 abled Volunteer Soldiers at Dayton on the Military Academy appropriation
No. 295–to authorize the Secretary of the [May 27, 1868].....

..2610

.

..993, 994, 995, 996
Treasury to remit the duties on certain directing that after the report of a tax bill

bill
articles contributed to National Associa-
no other business shall be in order but

1046,

1113
tion of American Sharpshooters. .....3105 the consideration of the bill so reported on the bill for the relief of Israel S. Diehl,
No. 327—authorizing the Secretary of the except reports from the Committee on

1116
Treasury to remit the duty on certain Enrolled Bills-[June 15, 1868]...3171 on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
meridian circles..........................
...........3854 for taking a vote on Senate bill No. 534

ation bill ......

...1225
No. 306~-to authorize the Secretary of the after twenty minutes' debate on each on the bill for the relief of certain ex-

Treasury to remit the duties on certain side without any dilatory motions what- porters of spirits... 1256, 1513, 1514, 1637
articles contributed to the National ever-[June 15, 1868].................3171 on the Army appropriation bill, 1279, 1280,
Association of American Sharpshooters, for the publication of a list of the absent-

1281, 1282, 1283, 1284, 1304, 1306, 1307
3336

ees at a call of the House-[June 23, on the naval appropriation bill, 1422, 1423
No. 329-to amend the fourteenth section

1868]......

.......3416 on the resolution relating to the pay of
of act approved July 28, 1866, entitled in relation to suspending the rules during John Young Brown ........

.1426
"An aet to protect the revenue ...3928 the remainder of the session-[July 20, on the joint resolution providing for the
No. 359-providing for increased duties 1868] .......

-4262, 4520 maritime exhibition at Havre, 1771,1772
on imported copper and copper ore, 4467 for a select committee on House joint res- on the bill providing for the prompt settle-
concurrent resolutions submitted by-

olution relative to trade with Prince ment of public accounts................1773
for an adjougnment over the holidays-

Edward's Island-[July 25, 1868], 4470 on the bill to exempt certain manufac-
[December 10, 1867)............... 117 in reference to the non-appointment of

tures from tax

.1774, 1794,
for an adjournment to October 16, and supervisors of the internal revenue-

1795, 1796, 2082, 2100, 2101, 2102,
thence to November 10- (September [Septembr 21, 1868]....... .....4520

2103, 2105, 2107, 2108, 2171, 2172,
21, 1868)...........
.... 4520 reports made by .........13, 53, 69, 364, 421,

2173, 2174, 2228, 2229, 2230, 2231
resolutions submitted by“.

505, 589, 593, 692, 740, 1115, on the bill to amend the judiciary act,
permitting James Perry to resume his
1116, 1637, 1774, 1794, 2081, 2171,

1859, 1860
contract to keep the House restaurant,

2420, 2509, 3105. 3337, 3376, 3854, on the amendment of the judiciary act,
[December 4, 1867)....... .27
3883, 3981, 4002, 4470, 4494, 4496

1883, 1884, 1885
instructing Committee on Military Affairs motions made by ......... 65, 71, 97, 216, 866, on the bill for the relief of the heirs of
to inquire into the expediency of requir-

422, 447, 742, 783, 865, 1116,

General Duncan L. Clinch........... 1902,
ing the Secretary of War to concentrate
1256, 1427, 1619, 1637, 1668, 1692,

1903, 1904
the offices of several boreaus in the city

1771, 1772, 1860, 1902, 1904, 1905, on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden
of New York at some convenient place

2081, 2083, 2108, 2420, 2634, 2682,

and others.. .... 1908, 1909, 1928,
within the harbor of said city-(Decem.

2686, 2812, 2817, 2827, 2886, 2876,

OLE

1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934
ber 12, 1867)........

....153

2943, 2948, 2977, 8069, 3105, 3174, on the bill to guaranty a republican form
for printing the report of the Special Com-
3403, 3462, 3887, 3981, 4090, 4173, of government

.1966
missioner of the Revenue (January 8,

4182, 4187, 4196, 4217, 4306, 4471 on the bill to refund certain duties .., 2081
1868)............

.388 incidental remarks by...... 70, 105, 153, 332, on the motion to print Manager Butler's
in relation to making provision at the Cen-

363, 399, 505, 834, 1045, 1286, argument on the impeachment trial,
tral Asylum for Disabled Soldiers for
1855, 1358, 1426, 1619, 1668, 1772,

2226, 2228
farnishing artificial limbs free of cost to

1791, 1859, 1868, 1901, 2228, 2421, on questions relating to: impeachment,
disabled soldiers, the work to be done

2528, 2532, 2533, 2753, 2817, 2876,

Ota

2226, 2221
by inmates of the asylum-[January 8,

2957, 3069, 3105, 3370, 3476, 3766, on the Alta Vela resolution.............2346
1868]....

.888

3887, 3889, 3940, 3953, 4082, 4083, on the Dounelly and Washburne contro-
instructing Committee on Military Affairs

4090, 4216, 4261, 4293, 4306, 4344,

versy

.2360, 2361
to inquire into the expediency of pro-

4382, 4475, 4478, 4484, 4485, 4520 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) ...... 2420,
viding for the transfer of the Soldiers' remarks on the premature publication of

2609, 2010, 2712, 2753, 2826,
Home at Washington to the National President's annual message...11, 12, 13

2827, 2836, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847,
Asylum for Disabled Volunteers, and on the order of business, 9, 64, 65, 91, 154,

2848, 2849, 2850, 2851, 2852, 2853,
changing the name of the institution to

291, 294, 295, 1044, 1045, 1092, 1689,

2854, 2855, 2876, 2877, 2878, 2879,
- The National Soldiers' Home".

2082, 2225, 2573, 2574, 2575, 2676,

2880, 2881, 2882, 2883, 2884, 2885,
[January 8, 1868]. .........388

2681, 2943, 3034, 8064, 3101, 3131,

2886, 2887, 2888, 2889, 2890, 2891,
calling for the record of the proceedings

3145, 3846, 3376, 3881, 8897, 3766,

2892, 2893, 2894, 2910, 2911, 2912,
of the court-martial convened on the

8887, 4186, 4216, 4261, 4807, 4345

2913, 2914, 2915, 2016, 2017, 2920,
2d day of October, 1867, at the navy. on the bill to exempt cotton from internal

2921, 2944, 2948, 2950, 2951, 2952,
yard at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in tax.....13, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 389, 505,

2953, 2954, 2955, 2956, 2957, 2977,
the case of George F, Sawyer, second

506, 648, 740, 741, 742, 743, 896,897

2978, 2979, 2980, 2981, 2982, 2983,
assistant engineer of the United States on the resolution in regard to the House

2984, 2985, 2986, 2987, 2988, 2989,
Navy--(January 27, 18681............665

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Schenck, Robert C., a Representative from Schenck, Robert C., a Representative from Schweitzer, Maria, bill (8. No. 422) granting
Obio-Continued.
Ohio-Continued.

a pension to, and the children of Conrad
3035, 3036, 8037, 3038, 8039, 3040, remarks on the bill to regulate the duties on Schweitzer, deceased.
3041, 3042, 3043, 8044, 3045, 3046,

copper ores

.4467, received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; 3018, 3049, 3050, 8064, 3065, 3066,

4480, 4494, 4495, 4496, 4499, 4500, 4501 reported and passed with amendment, 3067, 3068, 3069, 8070, 3071, 3072, on the bill concerning tbe importation of 3895; conference report agreed to by 3073, 3106, 3107, 3108, 8109, 3110,

machinery

....4470 House, 4131; by Senate, 4182 ; enrolled, 3111, 3112, 3113, 8114, 8115, 3133, on the joint resolution relative to Prince 4186. 8134, 3135, 3136, 3137, 3138, 8139, Edward's Island ......... ......4470, 4471 || Scofield, Glenni W., a Representative from 3140, 8141, 8142, 3143, 8144, 3145 on the suspension of the joint rules...4472

Pennsylvania......

...134 remarks on a dispatch concerning the arrest on the Western Pacific railroad bill...4484 petitions presented by...

.....517, of a revenue collector....... .. 2440 on the bill to amend the tax laws-see

1681, 1939, 2361, 2583, 2726 on the bill in regard to extrà copies of Appendix.

bills introduced by~ the tax bill .......

.2479 leave of absence granted to................. 2682 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy || Schmidt, Cornelia K., bill (H. R. No. 517)

No. 274-providing for holding a circuit of the impeachment proceedings, 2531,

court at the city of Erie, Penusylvania, granting a pension to, widow of Adam 2532

184 Schmidt, deceased, late a private in com. on the memorial of the Ladies' Mount

No. 368_authorizing the sale of an unocpany A, thirty-seventh regiment Ohio vol. Vernon Association........ ....2534

cupied military site at Waterford, Pennunteers-[By Mr. Miller.] on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

sylvania .......

.... 358 reported and passed, 734 ; passed Senate, No. 417—for the relief of James Fleming, recusant witness 2541, 3336 ; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.

a soldier of the war of 1812............ 474 2669, 2670, 2989, 2940

In Senate : received from House, 731 ; reon the partial deficiency bill.......

No. 1418—10 autborize soldiers to select ...2573

ferred, 764; reported, 1311 ; passed, 8317; on the joint resolution to supply docu.

homesteads from the public lands, 4000 enrolled, 3359. ments to the national asylums, 2610,2634 | School lands, bill (I. R. No. 715) for the re

joint resolution introduced byon the bill to regulate the appraisement

No. 172-relative to Captain Thomas H. of imports ......

lief of congressional township number ..2637

Stevens, United States Navy...........673 on the Indian appropriation bill ...... 2637

eight south, range number three east, in résolutions submitted by during call of the House .......

Mercer county, State of Ohio, in relation ....2646, 2647,

instructing Committee on Naval Affairs to 26 18, 2649, 3415, 8416, 3455, 4521, 4522 to-[By Mr. Mungen.]

inquire into the propriety of locating a on the resolution relating to a guard. referred, 1083.

pavy-yard and naval depot at the city room at the Capitol.............. 2649, 2650 | School of Mines-see Mines.

of Erie, Pennsylvania={December 12, on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, | School property, bill (S. No. 889) exempting,

1867)............... 2669 in the District of Columbia from local inquiring how many and what State Leon the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. taxation.

gislatures bave ratified the proposed Morgan)......... ..2804 received from Senate, 1634; passed with

amendment to the Constitution of the on the reception of the Chinese embassy, amendment, 2028; agreed to by Senate

United States known as the fourteenth 2906, 2937, 2970 with amendment, 2289 ; referred, 2543.

article-[January 6, 1868] ..........340 on the bill relating to the Indian commis- | Schools, bill (H. R. No. 206) to establish a

directing the Committee on the Judiciary sion appropriation...... ............... 3100 system of common, for the District of

to inquire into the truth of an alleged on the resolution of instructions on the Columbia-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsyl.

declaration of one of the justices of the tax bill............ ........ 3165, vania.]

Supreme Court in regard to the consti3166, 3168, 3169, 3170, 3171 referred, 11.

tutionality of the reconstruction acts, concerning the sale of the Osage Indian

and report whether the facts as ascer: joint resolution (H. R. No. 101) declaratory lands... 3171

tained constitute such a misdemeanor on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3171,

of an act entitled "An act relating to in office as to require this House to pro. 3172, 3337, 377, 3378, 3379, 3380, the public, of the District of Columbia,"

sent to the Senate articles of impeach3381, 3397, 3398, 3400, 8401, 3402, approved July 23,1866–[By Mr. Eliot.)

ment against said justice-(January 30, 3403, 3406, 3407, 3408, 3409, 3410, referred, 51.

1868).......

......... 862 3411, 3412, 3413, 3414, 8417, 3419, bill (H. R. No. 248) to grant land for the in regard to the propriety of giving to the 3420, 3421, 8422, 3441, 3442, 8443, aid of common, in the District of Co.

Erie Extension Canal Company a por: 8444, 3445, 3446, 3448, 3450, 3451, 3452, lumbia-[By Mr. Loughridge.]

tion of the public lands to enable said 3456, 3457, 3458, 3459, 3460, 3461, 3462, referred, 90 ; reported adversely, 2812.

company to enlarge their canal-[Feb. 3478, 3479, 480, 3482, 3483, 3484, 3485, bill (H. R. No. 290) in relation to public, ruary 4, 1868].......

........979 3487, 3488, 8489, 3490, 3491, 3492, 3493, in the cities of Washington and George

in reference to a donation of lands to vid 8494, 3495, 3496, 3499, 3500, 3501, 3502, town, in the District of Columbia, and in improving the harbor of Erie-[March 8503, 3525, 3527, 3529, 3533, 3534, 3535, amendatory of existing laws in relation 17, 1868]............

.........1927 8536, 3537, 3538, 3981, 4088, 4089, 4090 thereto--[By Mr. Welker.)

in relation to claims of British citizens for on the bill relative to contested elections referred, 208.

the proceeds of captured and abandoned in Washington city ......3172, 3173, 3174 bill (H. R. No. 861) to provide for the com

property-[April 20, 1868]............2307 on the river and harbor bill.....3202, 3211

pletion of the capitol of New Mexico,

for printing the report of James W. Tayon the joint resolution to remit duties on

the building of a penitentiary, and tho

lor upon gold and silver mines and mincertain articles contributed to the Ameriestablishment of free public, in each

ing east of the Rocky mountains-[May can Sharpshooters.... .....3376

.2362

5, 1868]............

county in said State-[By Mr. Clever.] on the qualification of the Arkansas mem.

that George W. Morgan is not entitled bers.........

3440
referred, 331.

to a seat in the Fortieth Congress from on the joint resolution concerning bridges

bill (H. R. No. 373) to establish a system the thirteenth congressional district of over the Ohio river.....

....3760

of, for the District of Columbia which Obio-[May 25, 1868].................2571 on the bill to modify the warehousing

sball serve as a model for similar insti. that Columbus Delano is entitled to a seat system ....

.... 3803

tutions throughout the Union--[By Mr. in the Fortieth Congress from the thiron the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]

teenth congressional district of Ohio and Chickasaw Indians...............3882 reported, 443; substitate printed, 587.

[May 25, 1868)....

2571 in reference to taxes in southern States, bill (H. R. No. 514) to encourage the es- on the subject of mineral oil-[June 15, 8928 tablishment of public marine--[By Mr. 1868].....

3174 on the bill to fix the military peace estab- Eliot. ]

directing the Clerk to present to the Seclishment.....3950, 3951, 3952, 3974, 3982 referred, 694.

retary of State the act to admit the on the Electoral College bill.....3979, 8980 bill (H. R. No. 947) to provide for the ex:

States of North Carolina, South Caroon the purchase of Alaska.... ...4053

amination of masters and mates in the

lina, Louisiana, Goorgia, Alabama, and on the funding bill...... .4084, 4133, merchant service, and to encourage the

Florida to representation in Congress4135, 4172, 4173, 4174, 4175, 4176, 4178,

8523 establishment of public marine-[By

[June 26, 1868)... 4180, 4182, 4184, 4186, 4187, 4188, 4190,

Mr. Eliot.]

that Charles M. Hamilton is entitled to a 4191, 4192, 4193, 4195, 4196, 4216, 4217, referred, 2069.

seat as a Representative from Florida4218, 4219, 4220, 4221, 4224, 4225, 4227,

[July 1, 1868]...

3655 bill (H. R. No. 1382) to establish a system 4298, 4300, 4301, 4302, 4307, 4308, 4309,

report made by.....

8655 4311, 4312, 4423, 4493, 4496, 4497, 4499

of common, for the District of Colum.

motions made by

...1909, bia-[By Mr.Stevens, of Pennsylvania.] on the tariff bill... ...4216

2109, 2904, 8034, 3655, 3881, 4490 on suspending the rules for the remainder reported, 8888.

incidental remarks by 673, 782, 979, of the session... ...... 4262, 4263, 4520 bill (S. No. 609) transferring the duties of

1802, 1632, 1771, 1965, 2082, 2367, on the resolution for an adjournment to trustees of colored, of Washington and

2773, 8034, 3105, 3877, 3381, 3477, September .......

.....4376,
Georgetown.

8613, 3927, 8942, 8943, 4089, 4253 4876, 4877, 4878, 4879, 4880 received from Senate,8928; referred, 4491.

4266, 4296, 4348, 4844, 4882, 4474

a

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

.........

........ 1043

Scofield, Glenni W., a Representative from

Pennsylvania--Continued.
remarks on the order of business......... 156,

107, 2083, 2239, 2306, 3063, 4428
on the bill to provide against the expan-

sion of the currency. ci...... 217
on the resolution authorizing the sale of
iron-clads ...,

.359
on the supplementary reconstruction bill

(H. R. No. 439) ..................... 640, 663
on the resolution concerning one of the
justices of the Supreme Court........ 862,

863, 864, 865
on the resolution authorizing the Secretary

of War to employ counsel in certain
cases....

............991
on the Military Academy appropriation
bill

.996
on the Rock Island bridge resolution, 1086,

1087
on the legislative appropriation bill...1091
on the bill extending certain patents for
cutting screws

1180, 1183
on the Army appropriation bill, 1802, 2609
on questions relating to the impeachment,

1425, 2176, 2361
on the bill for the relief of certain exporters
of spirits ........

1.1514
on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.
Batler) ....

.... 1667, 1685
on printing the papers in the B. W. Per.
kins claim

......... 1707
on the bill providing for the prompt settle-

ment of public accounts............... 1773
on the bill to exempt certain manufactures
from tax........

.... 1795,
2100, 2102, 2103, 2105, 2106, 2107
on the report on the cancellation of United
States bonds......

...1831
on the bill for the relief of the heirs of
General Duncan L. Clinch.......... 1868,

1902, 1904
on the civil appropriation bill... .... 2026
on the bill for the relief of Jonathan Jes.
sup....

.... 2023, 2024
on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs.
Morgan)....

2288, 2571,
2676, 2773, 2775, 2776, 2779, 2781,

2783, 2784, 2787, 2789, 2805, 2810
on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri-
can citizens abroad ..!'..

.2312
on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cunning-
ham.......

.....2322
on the joint resolution for the protection

of fishing vessels ................ ....2374
on the bill for the relief of Palemon John,

2539
on the Indian appropriation bill...... 2592,

2619, 2709
on the joint resolution to supply doču.

ments to the national asylums......2610
on the bill to promote American com.
merce.....

.2613, 2614
on the bill to increase registers' and re-

ceivers' compensation ......... 2836, 2973
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....3039,

3040, 3072
on the bill for the survey of certain Indian
reservations.........

....3100
on the resolution of instructions on the
tax bill.........

....8166, 3170
on the river and harbor bill. .8203,

8204, 3205, 3211
on the National Safe Deposit Company
bill..........

..3225, 3226
concerning the sale of Osage Indian lands,

3263
on the bill to relieve certain citizens of
· North Carolina from political disabili.
ties...... ..

....8365
on the qualifications of the Arkansas
members....

....3439, 3440
during call of the House.... 3455
on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,

8523
on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

and Chickasaw Indians.........3881, 3882
on the bill in relation to New York war
claims......

3945, '8946
on Republican policy

4066
on the funding Bill...............

Scofield, Glenni W., a Representative from Seats, resolution to provide for a new drawing
Pennsylvania-Continued.

of-Continued.
remarks on the suspension of the roles, 4263 remarks by
if" on the bill making appropriations for the Mr. Driggs

...... 1044
Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, Mr. Eggleston ........................... 1085

4341

Mr. Eldridge.............. 1043, 1044, 1085
on the bill regulating the presentation of

Mr. Eliot.................

... 1084
bills to the President......

4342

Mr. Farnsworth 1044, 1084, 1085
on the ocean steamers bill..

.4391
Mr. Garfield

1085
on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No.

Mr. Flanders ........................... 1084
1450)....

....4423
Mr. Higby..........

1044
on the bill to regulate railroad land grants,

Mr. Holman ................................1084
4428
Mr. Kelley

.1084
on the joint resolution in relation to the Mr. Koontz......

1084
payment of interest due from States, Mr. Mungen......

1044, 1085
4475, 4476

Mr. Myers.....

................................ 1085
on the report concerning the treatment of Mr. Perbam

....................... 1043
prisoners by rebels........

.4489
Mr. Poland...

,1043, 1044
on the bill to regulate the duties on copper

Mr. Randall

1085
.693 ores.........

.4494
Mr. Spalding

.1043, 1044
leave of absence granted to .................1774

Mr. Starkweather

.. 1044
Scott, Mary, bill (S. No. 598) for the relief of.

Mr. Twichell.........................

. 1085
received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477 ;

Mr. Upson........

1043, 1044, 1085
enrolled, 4492.

Mr. Van Horn, of New York........ 1044
Scotland, resolution calling for information in

Mr. Van Trump.......
regard to the obstruction in New York

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........ .1043
harbor, known as the wreck of the ship-

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa............... ...... 1084
[By Mr. Chanler, July 14, 1868.]

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

1044, 1084
agreed to, 4055.

resolution to permit members necessarily
Screws, bill (H. R. No. 732) to extend certain

absent from the House in drawing for,
patents for the benefit of the heirs of

to have selections made for them by
the late Thomas W. Harvey-[By Mr.

friends-[By Mr. Flanders, February
Bromwell.]

10, 1868.)
reported, 1179; discussed, 1179, 1180 ; re-

agreed to, 1084.
jected, 1183.

Sedgwick, John, joint resolution (H. R. No.
remarks by

96) for the relief of, collector of internal
Mr. Baker...

revenue for the third district of Califor-
.............. 1181

nia-[By Mr. Higby.]
Mr. Beaman...

..1180
Mr. Boutwell.....................

committee discharged, referred anew, 97;

. 1179, 1182
Mr. Bromwell............

substitute reported, 2540; called up, 2610;

..1179,
1180, 1181, 1182, 1183

passed, 2611; passed Senate, 3732; en-
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts...... 1180,

rolled, 3758; approved, 3809.

In Senate : received from House, 2600 ; re-

1181, 1183
Mr. Farnsworth.....

ferred, 2622; reported, 3213 ; passed,

..1179, 1180
Mr. Ingersoll.......

3709; enrolled, 3748.
swes........ 1180
Mr. Jenckes...........

remarks by-

..........1181
Mr. Myers........

1182
Mr. Higby.

2611
Mr. Scofield.............

Mr. Mercur.
.........1180, 1183

2540, 2010, 2611
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........1181 | Selye, Lewis, a Representative from New
Mr. Van Horn, of New York........1183

York.......

......567
Mr. Van Wyck...1179, 1180, 1182, 1183 petitions presented by............ .... ... 673,
Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 1179,

845, 891, 1229, 2789
1181, 1183

bill introduced by-
jeas and nays on the .............. .1180, 1183 No. 871—to amend the act to provide a
Sea Island lots, bill (H. R. No. 457) to pro-

national currency...

.1716
vide for the sale of certain

lands and, of joint resolution introduced by-
Beaufort district, South Carolina-[By

No. 285—for the establishment of certain
Mr. Paine.]

post routes in the county of Monroe, in
reported and recommitted, 601.

the State of New York..... ...........2773
Sea Islands, bill (H. R. No. 907) to provide

resolutions submitted by-
for the sale of certain lands and lots on instructing Committee of Ways and Means
the, of Beaufort district, South Carolina- to provide for the total abolition of taxes
[By Mr. Paine. ]

on all such articles of manufacture as
reported, 1791; discussed, 1791 ; passed, enter into general home consumption,
1793.

and to confine the taxation of manufac-
In Senate : received from House, 1812; re-

tures hereafter to articles of luxury-
ferred, 1812; reported, 4228.

[January 20, 1868]........................ 641
remarks by-

calling for a statement of the number of
Mr. Chanler..... .........1792, 1793

vessels owned by the United States on
Mr. Donnelly

the 1st of January, 1861, of their arma-
rer................1793
Mr. Farnsworth

ment, the number of officers and men
................... 1793
Mr. Kerr........

...1792, 1793

employed, their annual pay, and the
Mr. Niblack

...1792

annual expenses of the entire Navy
Mr. Paine..................1791, 1792, 1798

Department for five years preceding that
yeas and nays on the...........

day—[January 27, 1868].......
...... 1793

calling for a report of the number of per-
Seats, resolution in relation to drawing for-
[By Mr. Maynard, December 2, 1867.]

sons paying an income tax in each State,

the aggregate amount so paid by States,
adopted, 3.
resolation to provide for a new drawing of

the number of manufacturers in each

Statc paying revenue tax, and the aggre-
[By Mr. Poland, February 7, 1868.)

gate amount paid in each State-[Jan-
read, 1043; adopted, 1044 ; modified,

...834

uary 30, 1868]......
1084; executed, 1085.

incidental remarks by

2049, 2773
remarks by-

remarks on the Dubuque and Sioux City
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio....... . 1044, 1085

railroad bill.........
Mr. Benton..

. 1043, 1044 on the Army appropriation bill........ 1283,
Mr. Boyer
1085

1284, 1285, 1804
Mr. Broomall
1085 on the civil appropriation bill..

14892
Mr. Cavanaugh

1085

1481, 1509, 2001, 2026, 2027
Mr. Dawes

1084, 1085
on the finances.....

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Selye, Lewis, a Representative from New Shanks, John P. C., a Representative from Sharpshooters—Continued.
York-Continued.

Indiana-Continued.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 806) to authorize remarks on the bill to exempt certain mana. resolutions submitted by

the Secretary of the Treasury to remit factures from tax....... .2101, 2174 calling for copies of all orders and com

the duties on certain articles contribon the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060 ).......2852, munications issued by the Navy Depart- uted to the National Association of

2853, 8136 ment in reference to the employment American-[By Mr. Sohenck.] on the clerks? twenty per cent. resolution, or discharge of soldiers and sailors at reported and passed, 3336.

2936, 2937 the Washington pavy-yard and other In Senate : received from House, 3359 ; on the bill to amend the tax laws-see places-[January 28, 1868]............801 referred, 3363; reported, 3814. Appendix.

calling for a copy of all the evidence and Sharpshooters' festival, invitation to ......8089 Segar, Joseph, joint resolution (H. R. No. of the report of the commissioners ap. Shaw, Joanna L., bill (H. R. No. 1228) grant

184) for the settlement of certain claims pointed under the fiftieth article of the ing a pension to--[By Mr. Polsley. of, of Virginia --[By Mr. Maynard.]

treaty with the Choctaw and Chickasaw reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate, referred, 805.

Indians of 1866, together with the award 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. bill (S. No. 575) to refer the claim of, to the of the Secretary of the Interior upon In Senate: received from Honge and reCourt of Claims.

Baid report—[February 26, 1868]... 1448 ferred, 3119;, reported, 3900; passed, received from Senate, 4430, 4434.

calling for the reasons assigned by the 4366; enrolled, 4443. Senor, Rebecca V., bill (S. No. 316) for the

Commissioner of Internal Revenue in Shead, Edward E., joint resolution (H. R. relief of, mother of James H. Senor,

his request for the removal of James B. No. 265) for the relief of, of Eastport, deceased.

Steadman, collector of internal revenue Maine-(By Mr. Stokes.] received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;

for the first district of Louisiana- гер and passed, 2459. reported and passed, 3898.

(March 23, 1868]........

........1939

In Senate : received from House and reSergeant-at-Arms, communication from, in

inquiring the number of judgments in the ferred, 2488.

Court of Claims in the cotton cases, regard to charges of extravagance in pro

remarks by the amount, &c.--[April 17, 1868), 2306 Mr. Pike

2459 viding for investigating committees....105 instructing Committee of Claims to ex: Mr. Ross

.2459 resolution discharging the Committee on Ac.

amine the claim of James L. Kiernan

Mr. Stokes......

.2459 counts from the further consideration of

for services and expenses due him as Sheads, Robert E., bill (H. R. No. 426) for charges against the, referred to them

consul at Chin-Kiang, in China-May the relief of-[By Mr. Koontz.] (By Mr. Broomall, February 19, 1868.)

2, 1868] ...

...2349 referred, 475. reported, 1286; discussed, 1293; adopted, in relation to the employment of watch- Shears, Harriet E., bill (H. R. No. 1181) 1294.

men for public buildings and grounds- 'granting a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.] remarks by

[May 11, 1868).......

.2380 reported and passed, 2909 ; passed Sepate, Mr. Allison...

.1293 instructing the Committee of Ways and 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. Mr. Broomall.... ins.... 1286, 1293, 1294 Means to report without delay a sepa- In Senate : received from House, 2925; reMr. McCullough. ....................... 1293

rate bill for the revision of the taxes on ferred, 2935; reported, 3857 ; passed, Mr. Niblack

.1286

the manufacture and sale of distilled 4364 ; enrolled, 4443. Mr. Randall .........................

.1293, 1294 spirits and tobacco-[June 15, 1868), || Sheets, Daniel, bill (H. R. No. 1394) granting Mr. Schenck.... ...jen................. 1286

3165 a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.] Mr. Wood ............................... 1286 in reference to alleged inequalities of the reported and passed, 3891 ; passed Senate, joint resolution (H. R. No. 325) relative to law touching bounties--[July 6, 1868), 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. the pay of the chief clerk in the office

3765 In Senate : received from House and reof the-[By Mr. Windom.]

in reference to the holding of office in vio. ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, read and passed, 8758,3759; passed Senate,

lation of the provisions of the fourteenth 4368; enrolled, 4443. 4495; enrolled, 4496; approved, 4500.

article of the Constitution of the United Sheets, John, bill" (S. No. 547) granting a In Senate : received from House, 8748;

States--[July 21, 1868]...............4306 pension to referred, 3748; reported, 4093 ; passed,

directing Committee on the Treatment of received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; 4466; enrolled, 4501,

Prisoners of War to continue their in- reported and passed with amendments, Shaker Institution, resolution calling for in

vestigations during the recess of Con- 3892; conference report agreed to by formation respecting the decisions made

gress---[July 25, 1868).................1488 House, 4131; by Sepate, 4182. in regard to the assessment of the income report made by....

Sheldon, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 914) for the tax upon the, at New Lebanon, New

motions made by.

........3171, 4432 relief of-[By Mr. Koontz.] York, and other similar societies--[By

incidental remarks by...

1068, referred, 1900. Mr. Eldridge, December 12, 1867.]

2407, 3454, 3588, 4096 || Shellabarger, Samuel, a Representative from

Obio agreed to, 162. remarks on the case of Rev. John Mc

...........2 Shanks, John P. C., a Representative from

Mahon ................................... bill introduced by

on the bill relating to the Miami Indian No. 1185-to alter the laws of Ohio as to

2 petitions presented by........1162, 1330, 1515

reservation ............ .......... 692, 693 the manner of electing Representatives bills introduced by— on the bill in regard to southern land

..2935

in Congress....... grants ............

....976 resolutions submitted byNo. 440—for the relief of James C. Jay, a detailed acting assistant surgeon of

on the resolution reported for the impeach- ordering Charles W. Woolley to the bar

ment of the President..................1396 of the House for the purpose of making volunteers ....

...507 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden such statement as will purge bim of his · No. 511-authorizing the Secretary of the and others.........

.1907, 1972 coutempt of such authority-(Jude 8, Interior to canse the lands known as the on the resolution of instructions on the 1868).....

............... 2942 Miami Indian reservation, in the State tax bill...............3165, 3169, 3170, 3171 requiring Charles W. Woolley to state

of Indiana, to be patented .............. 692 concerning sale of Osage Indian lands, 3264 whether he is now willing to go before No. 384-authorizing the district court of on the river and harbor bill.............3596 the committee of managers and make

the United States to be held at Fort on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw answer to the questions, &c.-(June 8, Wayne, Indiana......................... 2227 and Chickasaw Indians...... ..3854,

1868].

,2946 No. 1001-to amend the twenty-first sec

8865, 3856, 3882 remarks on tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...2879 tion of an act entitled "An act to amend

on the resolution for an investigation of on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a rethe several acts heretofore passed for the disbursement of the contingent fund,

cusant witness....... 2942, 2944, 2946 enrolling and calling out the national

4426 on the ocean steamers bill............... 3032 forces, and for other purposes'? .....2288

on the report concerning the treatment of on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 3094 joint resolutions introduced by

prisoners by rebels.............. 4488, 4489 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. No. 185–in relation to the Eel river band Sharp, Jerusha, bili (H. R. No. 802) for the leave of absence granted to.......... . 1667 Butler)

3197 of Miamis...... ... 806

concerning the sale of the Osage Indian relief of-[By Mr. Lincoln.]

lands..

.8265 No. 189—for the appointment of a com, mission to ascertain the losses of loyal

referred, 209 ; reported and referred anew, on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

361. Choctaws and Chickasaws and other Sharpshooters, joint resolution (H.R. No. 295)

Thomas W. Harvey ........

on bill to relieve certain citizens of North loyal persons......

..........935

to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury Carolina from political disabilities, 3306 No. 212—to provide for the examination to remit the duties on certain articles con- on the Kentucky election (case of MeKee of certain claims in the State of Ken. tributed to the National Association of vs. Young)...

3339, 3340 tucky......... .......... 1419 American-[By Mr. Schenck.]

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).

.8409, No. 256~-declaring the officers-elect of the reported and passed, 3105; passed Senate,

3410, 3488, 3490 State of South Carolina to be the pro- 3266 ; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731. on the river and harbor bill..... .8564 visional government of said Statc, 2399 In Senate: received from House, 3180 ; re. on the purchase of Alaska............... 3660 No. 303—for the recognition of the inde- ferred, 3130; reported and passed, 3239; (See Appendix.) pendence of Crete..................8868 enrolled, 8279.

leave of absence granted to...........62, 8782

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Indiana.......

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...3297

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...2025

Mr. Upson.

.........

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

Sheridan, Major General Philip H., resolution Ship.canal-Continued:

Sloo, James C., joint resolution (H. R. No.
condemving the President for his aetion bill (S. No. 898) to establish the right of 21: 146) for the relief of-[By Mr. Raum.]
io removing, from the command of the way for a, on Lake Superior, Michigan. referred, 473; reported, 2025; discussed,
fifth knilitary district, and thanking Gen- received from Senate, 3585; discussed, 2025; passed, 2026.
eral Grant for his letter in relation there- 4485, 4487 ; referred, 4468.

In Senate: received from House, 2021; re-
to-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, Jan- remarks by

ferred, 2021.
uary 6, 1868]

Mr. Coburn....

...4468 remarks by
read, 332.

Mr. Driggs.
4435, 4467, 4468

Mr. Ferry........
resolution in relation to the removal of,
Mr. Eckley

.2025, 2026
....4467
Mr. Marsball...........

.2026
from the command of the fifth military Mr. Hopkins

.4467, 4468
Mr. Peters.

.2025
district and the action of General Grant | Sbipping interests, resolution directing the Mr. Upson......
in reference thereto- [By Mr. Wash- Committee on Commerce to inquire into Smith, Helen M., bill (H. R. No. 1076) for the
barn, of Wisconsin, January 6, 1868.] the causes wbich have produced the present relief of-[By Mr. Welker.]
adopted, 332.

depression of the-[By Mr. Eliot, Decem-
Sherman, Lieutenant General William T., res- ber 12, 1867.]

referred, 2499.
olution calling for correspondence in rela- adopted, 152.

Smith, Horace, bill (S. No. 229) for the relief,

of, and D. B. Wesson, or their assigns.
tion to the conferring upon, the brevet || Ships-see Vessels.

referred, 991; reported, 1316; passed, 1317;
rank of General, as well as all correspond- | Shiras, O. P., bill (H. R. No. 1077) for the
ence in relation to the establishment of a relief of-[By Mr. Allison.]

enrolled, 1393.
new military division of the Atlantic- referred, 2500 ; reported and passed, 2679.

remarks by
[By Mr. Blaine, February 19, 1868.]
In Senate : received from House, 2690; re-

Mr. Dawes.....

........ dire ...,1316, 1317
agreed to, 1286.
ferred, 2701 ; referred anew, 2759.,

Mr. Jenckes.................

..1316, 1317
letter of, to President, January 18, 1868, 1555 Shunk, William, bill (S. No. 4) for relief of.

Mr. Spalding...........

.1316, 1317
Sheppard, Rebecca J., bill (H. R. No. 430) received from Senate, 361; referred, 363 ;

....1317
authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury reported, 2024 ; passed with amendment,

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...1316, 1317
2025; agreed to by Seuate, 2045; enrolled, Smith, Lieutenant Leonidas, bill (H. R. No.
to issue a new bond to, of Philadelphia,

yeas and nays on the....

...1317
in the place of a similar one destroyed by

2070.
fire-[By Mr. Myers.)
remarks by—

1280) for the relief of, late of the twenty-
referred, 475.

Mr. Ferry.

2024, 2025 second regiment Indiana volunteer in-
bill (H. R. No. 1318) authorizing the Secre-

Mr. Maynard.

..2025 fantry-[By Mr. Kerr.].
tary of the Treasury to issue a new

bond
Shuttleworth, N. A., bill (H. R. No. 284) for

referred, 3327.
the relief of, of Harrison county, West Vir-

Smith, Lewis D., bill (8. R. No. 551) for the
to, of Philadelphia, in place of one
gịnia—[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Vir

relief of-[By Mr. Ferry.]
destroyed by fire-[By Mr. Myers.]

ginia.)
referred, 3552

referred, 779.
Sherwood, Walter, bill (H. R. No. 1311) for

referred, 162; reported and

passed, 3762.

Smith, Nancy, bill (S. No. 633) granting a
In Senate : received from House, 3770; re-

pension to.
the relief of, and David W. Martindale-

ferred, 3771; referred anew, 3983.
[By Mr. Johnson.]

received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477;
referred, 3477.
Silvey, W. R., bill (H. R. No. 1329) for relief

enrolled, 4492.
Shewell, Thomas T., bill (H. R. No. 996)

of the heirs of, late of company B, second | Smith, Riley H., bill (S. No. 496) granting a
Tennessee infantry-[By Mr. Stokes.]

pension to
grantiog compensation to, late acting com
referred, 3687.

received from Senate, 3345į referred, 3346.
missioner of internal revenue in the fourth
bill (H. R. No. 1412) granting a pension to

Smith, Samuel E., claimant for a seat as a
district of Pennsylvania--[By Mr. Myers.] the children of-[By Mr. Perbam.]

Representative from Kentucky..........664
referred, 2228.

reported and passed, 3898 ; passed Sepate,

(See Contested Election.)
Shinn, Moses F., bill ($. No. 467) to confirm

4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498.

remarks on the Kentucky election...... 1189,
an entry of land by.
In Senate : received from House and re-

119 1191
received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544. ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed,

resolution that, is not entitled to a seat as
Ship-canal, bill (H. R. No. 289) defining the 4370; enrolled, 4443.

a Representative from the second dis-
acts granting lands to the State of Michi- Simpson, William M., bill (H. R. No. 1434)

trict of Kentucky-[By Mr. Dawes,
gan to aid in building a harbor and, at granting a pension to—¿By Mr. Hubbard, January 21, 1868.]
Portage Lake, Keweenaw Point, Lake of West Virginia.]

reported, 664; discussed, 1184, 1185, 1189,
Saperior, approved March 3, 1865, and referred, 4124.

1198; adopted, 1200.
July 3, 1866—[By Mr. Driggs.]
Sinking fund-see Bonds.

resolution that, is not entitled to a seat as a
referred, 90.
resolution in reference to 4-[By Mr.

Representative from the second district
resolution in reference to a, around the falls Phelps, July 11, 1868.]

of Kentucky-[By Mr. Kerr, January
of the Obio---[By Mr. Kerr, December read, 3967.

31, 1868.]
12, 1867.]

Sitgreaves, Charles, a Representative from reported by minority, 899.
objected to, 152; referred, 154.
New Jersey

resolution that there be paid to, $2,500, in
resolution calling for any report made in

petitions presented by........

.782,

full for time spent and expenses in:
pursuance of joint resolution No. 20,

1741, 2365, 8051, 3503 curred in prosecuting his claim to a seat
approved March 29, 1867, in reference
bill introduced by—

in this House [By Mr. Sawyer, Feb-
to a, around the falls of the Ohio riyer-
No. 1129--for the relief of the widow and

ruary 25, 1868.)
[By Mr. Kerr, February 18, 1868. ]

children of the late Colonel James A. agreed to, 1419.

Mulligan, deceased...
adopted, 1244.

.2678

Smith, Samuel J., bill (H. R. No. 544) for the
bill (H. R. No. 792) to provide for the
resolation submitted by-

relief of Arthur:Oềr, Bryant N. Lanbam,
construction of a, around the falls of
in relation to military trials, &c.-[May

and-[By Mr. Hunter.)

2569

25, 1868)......
Niagara-[By Mr. Van Horn, of New

referred, 779...
report made by..
York.]

.2678

Smith, Sarah, bill (H. R. No. 932) for tho
motions made by...............2908, 4081

relief of the heirs of-[By Mr. Smith.]
referred, 1418; reported, 2943.
incidental remarks by............. ... .2569

referred, 1900; committee discharged, re-
bill (H. R. No. 960) granting, lands to the remarks on the President's message......745,

ferred anew, 2310.
State of Wisconsin to aid in the con-

747, 748, 749 Smith, William, bill (H, R. No. 1404) grant.
struction of a breakwater and harbor
on the resolution reported for the impeach-

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Beatty.)
and, at the head of Sturgeon bay, in said

ment of the President................. 1394

reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate,
State-[By Mr. Sawyer.
(See Appendix.)

4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497.
referred, 2070.

on tbe bill for the relief of the children of

In Senate : received from House and re-
bill (H. R. No. 998) to authorize the con- Colonel James E. Mulligan...2678, 2679

ferred, 1917; reported, 4197 ; passed,
struction of a, from Lake Erie to the

leave of absence granted to... .....260, 4369; enrolled, 4443.
Ohio river-(By Mr. Lawrence, of

2233, 3084, 3707 Smith, Worthington C., a Representative from
Ohio.]

Vermont......

..... 780
Skinner, Catharine, bilt (H. R. No. "1402)
referred, 2228.

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Beatty.]

bills introduced by
bill (H. R. No. 1135) extending the Portage reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate, No. 568-explanatory of the act entitled
Lake and Lake Superior, to Keweenaw 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497.

"An act declaring the title to land war.
bay, providing for the right of way, and In Senate: received from House and referred, rants in certain cases i....... 780
making a grant of land in the construc- 1163917; reported, 4197; passed, 4869; en- 1 No. 932–for the relief of the heirs of
tion of said extension-[By Mr. Blair.] rolled, 4443.

Sarah Smith ....... .......... 1900
referred, 2750.

Slave, bill (H. R. No. 1358) providing for the remarks on the resolution reported for the
bill (H. R. No. 1202) to provide for the payment of like back pay and bounty to impeachment of the President......1393

construction of a, around the falls of persons marked, upon the rolls as to other (See Appendix.)
Niagara-[By Mr. Cook.]
soldiers-[By Mr. Hinds. ]

on the landing bill..................... .4224
reported. 2048; laid aside, 8887.): referred, 8757.

leave of absence granted to ........1960, 4428

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