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S. R. No. 66

S. R. No. 84Pledging the faith of the United States to the payment of the public To provide for adjasting the accounts of acting collectors of debt in coin or its equivalent.-[By Mr. Edmunds. ]

internal revenue. -[By Mr. Williams.] Called up, 10; discussed, 24, 40; referred, 64.

Referred, 343. S. R. No. 69–

S. R. No. 85To preserve the neutrality between the Government of Great

Appropriating money to defray the expenses of the joint select Britain and the king of Abyssinia.--[By Mr. Chandler.]

Committee on Ordnance.--[By Mr. Howard.] Discussed, 83; indefinitely postponed, 3244.

Referred, 434. S. R. No. 70

S. R. No. 86– Authorizing Rear Admiral H. K. Thatcher to accept a decoration

Declaring the adoption of the amendment to the Constitution from the king of the Hawaiian Islands.--[By Mr. Conness. ]

known as article fourteen.---[By Mr. Sumner.] Read, 1; referred, 10; reported, 120; passed, 128; passed House,

Referred, 453. 346; enrolled, 384, 403; approved, 472. wat "] In House: Received from Senate, 144; passed, 362; enrolled, '|| S. R. No. 87– 388.

To provide for the gradual reduction of the Army.-{By Mr. S. R. No. 71

Wilson. ] To suspend the operation of so much of the act approved April 12, Referred, 471; reported, 491 ; called up, 565. : 1866, as provides that the Secretary of the Treasury may

S. R. No. 88retire and cancel of the United States notes $4,000,000 per

For the publication of the reports of the commissioner to the Paris month.-[By Mr Cattell.]

Exposition.-[By Mr. Anthony.]
Referred, 63; reported and tabled, 219.

Referred, 472; reported and passed, 1621.
S. R. No. 72-
For the relief of John M. Broome and others, the band of the S. R. No. 89-
twelfth Kentucky infantry.--[By Mr, Sherman.]

Providing for the representation of the United States at the Inter:
Referred, 79; reported, 3856; called up, 3901.

national Maritime Exhibition at Havre.-[By Mr. Anthony.) S. R. No. 73

Reported, 518; motion to take up, 677 ; discussed, 731, 767, For the relief of the Columbia Turnpike Company, for use and 848, 1008; passed, 1011; passed House with amendments, occupation of their road during the late rebellion.—[By Mr.

1782; concurred in, 1782; enrolled, 1789; approved, 1843. Howard.]

In House: Received from Senate, 1045; discussed, 1771; passed Referred, 98; reported adversely, 3671.

with amendments, 1772; agreed to by Senate, 1797; enrolled, S. R. No. 74

1806. In relation to consular appointments.—[By Mr. Grimes.]

S. R. No. 90-
Referred, 99; reported, 518; discussed, 619, 553, 627.

To provide for the proceeds of the Spanish steamer Nuestra S. R. No. 75–

Señora de La Regla. [By Mr. Sumner. ]'?".
Limiting contracts for stationery and other supplies in the Execu- Reported, 518; passed, 519.

tive Departments to one year.-[By Mr. Patterson, of New In House: Referred, 991.
Hampshire.)

S. R. No. 91-
Reported and passed, 145; passed House with amendment, 652; For the relief of Moses F. Shinn.-[By Mr. Thayer.]

concurred in, 674; enrolled, 703, 720; approved, 922.
In House: Received from Senate, 154; referred, 362 ; reported S. R. No. 92–

Referred, 625.
and passed with amendment, 665; concurred in by Senate,

For the relief of Israel S. Diehl.--[By Mr. Pomeroy.] 694; enrolled, 692.

Referred, 625; reported, 1095; passed, 1095; passed House, S. R. No. 76–

1782 ; enrolled, 1789; approved, 1843. 'Authorizing the several Executive Departments of the Government

In House : Received from Senate, 1107; passed, 1772; enrolled, to purchase paper and envelopes of the Treasury Department.

1791. [By Mr. Ramsey.] 489 Referred, 196; reported, 404; called

S. R. No. 93– up,

499. R. No. 77

Granting permission to officers and soldiers to wear the badge of Declaratory of the meaning of the act of March 3, 1817, entitled

the corps in which they served during the war. [By Mr. "An act to provide for the prompt settlement of public

Wilson.) accounts."'-[By Mr. Fessenden.]

i. Referred, 765: reported, 2958; passed, 3051; passed House, Referred, 218; committee discharged, 1117.

4400; enrolled, 4403, approved, 4450. S. R. No. 78

In House : Received from Senate, 3067; passed, 4391; enrolled, Authorizing and directing the Second Auditor of the Treasury to

4422. allow certain credits in the adjustment and settlement of the S. R. No. 94accounts of a mustering and disbursing officer therein named. Directing the Secretary of the Treasury, whenever any State shall [By Mr. Norton.].

F have been in default for the payment of interest or principal Referred, 219.

or investments in its stocks held by the United States in trust, S. R. No. 794

to retain moneys due to such State from the United States.To amend an act entitled "An act to expedite and regulate the

[By Mr. Morgan.]
printing of public documents,” approved June 25, 1864.-[By
Mr. Anthony.]

Reported, 786; called up, 1695; discussed, 3566 ; passed, 3570.

In House: Received from Senate, 3594; discussed, 4475; Referred, 242.

referred, 4476. S. R. No. 80–

S. FR. No. 95–
In relation to the erection of a jail in the District of Columbia.-
[By Mr. Patterson, of Nero Hampshire.]

Authorizing the Light-House Board to place warnings over
Reported, 242; discussed, 296; passed, 299; passed House,

obstructions at the entrance of harbors or in the fair-way of 346; enrolled, 384, 404; approved, 472.

bays and sounds.-[By Mr, Morgan.) In House : Received from Senate, 818; discussed, 362 į passed,

Referred, 799; reported and passed, 1142; passed House with 363; enrolled, 388.

amendments, 1464; concurred in, 1486; enrolled, 1497; S. R. No. 81

approved, 1646. Placing certain troops in Missouri on an equal footing with others

9. * In Honse : Received from Senate, 1160 ; referred, 1451 ; reported as to bounties. --[By Mr. Wilson.)

and passed with amendments, 1470; concurred in by Senate, Reported, 271; passed, 922; passed House, 8954 ; enrolled,

1501; enrolled, 1512.
3958; approved, 3984.

S. R. No. 96–
In House: Received from Senate, 936; referred, 991; reported

For the relief of certain Winnebago Indians residing in Mionesota. – and passed, 3944; enrolled, 3973.

[By Mr. Ramsey. ] S. R. No. 82

Referred, 816; reported, 2067.
07 For the prosecution of fráuds upon the internal revenue.--[By Mr. S. R. No. 97-
Wik
Morton.]

To provide for the publication of the medical and surgical history
Read, 318.

of the rebellion, and the medical statistics of the Provost S. R. No. 834

Marshal General's Bureau. [By Mr. Anthony.] **s. For the appointment of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.- Referred, 816; reported, 1230, discussed, 2595committee

[By Mr. Trumbull.]
Read, 330; passed, 343; passed House, 346; enrolled, 884, S. R. No. 98-

discharged, referred anew, 4288; reported and adopted, 4452. ve- - -404; approved, 472, In House : Received from Senate, 361; passed, 363, enrolled,'||.1937!"

For the promotion of certain commodores on the retired list to 888.

rear adinirals on the retired list of the Naxj.-[By Mr. Cattell.] Referred, 950.

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1774.

S. R. No. 105

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-$. R. No. 99—

S. R. No. 113– To authorize the Secretary of War to employ counsel in certain Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue an American cases. -[By Mr. Howard.]

register to the British-built brig Alighland Mary.--[By Mr. Read, 981 ; discussed, 981 ; passed, 984; passed House, 984;

Chandler.] enrolled, 999; not returned, become a law, 1882.

Reported, 1311; passed, 3245; passed House, 4096 ; enrolled, In House : Received from Senate, 990 ; read, 990, 991 ; passed,

4096 ; approved, 4285. 992; enrolled, 997.

In House: Received from Senate, 3217 ; referred, 3476 ; reported

and passed, 4124; enrolled, 4133. S. R. No. 100— For the relief of certain contractors for the construction of vessels S. R. No: 114of war and steam machinery.--[By Mr. Drake. ]

Directing that the Government of Great Britain be supplied with Referred, 981; reported, 1616; discussed, 1911, 9115, 3147;

certain volumes of the Narrative of the Exploring Expedipassed, 3150.

tion.-[By Mr, Morgan.] In House : Received from Senate, 3202; called up, 4396; Reported and passed, 1370; passed House, 1442; enrolled, 1443; discussed, 4418; referred, 4415.

approved, 1515.00

In House: Received from Senate, 1393 ; passed, 1451; enrolled, S. R. No. 101–

1460.
Referring the petition, and papers in the claim of James Crutchett
to the Court of Claims. —[By Mr. Howe.]

S. R. No. 1154
Reported, 1026 ; passed, 1143.

To abolish the present Bureau of Statistics and transfer the duties
In House: Received from Senate, 1160; referred, 1772.

thereof to the Special Commissioner of Revenue.--[By Mr.

Williams. ] 8. R. No. 102

Reported, 1486.
Instructing the superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane in the S. R. 'No. 116-
District of Columbia to admit James McIntosh on the same

Relating to the islands of St. George and St. Paul.--[By Mr. footing as indigent insane persons of the District.–[By Mr,

Cole.
Corbett, ]

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Referred, 1487.
Reported and passed, 1026; passed House, 1744 ; enrolled, 1782;

S. R. No. 117-
approved, 1848.

To authorize the erection of a warehouse at Fort Monroe, VirIn House: Received from Senate, 1043 ; passed, 1768; enrolled,

ginia.-- [By Mr. Wilson.]

Referred, 1644; reported and passed, 1669 ; passed House, 1843 ; S. R. No. 103

enrolled, 1843, approved, 1887. Construing and giving effect to the joint resolution entitled “A In House: 'Received from Senate, 1698; passed, 1848; enrolled, resolution for the relief of the State of Wisconsin," approved

11859.
July 1, 1864,-[By Mr. Howe.]

S. R. No. 118-
Referred, 1076,

For the appointment of a commission to select suitable locations & R. No. 104

for powder magazines.-[By Mr. Frelinghuysen. ] Relating to the ocean mail steamship service between the United Reported and passed, 1670; passed House, 2329; enrolled, 2488; States and China, authorized by, act of Congress approved

approved, 2544. February 17, 1865.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

In House: Received from Senate, 1698; referred, 2028 ; reported Referred, 1071 ; reported, 4093 ; passed, 4282, 4283.

and passed, 2321; enrolled, 2475. In House: Received from Senate, 4334.

S. R. No. 119

Authorizing the Secretary of War to take charge of the Gettysburg Authorizing the Secretary of War to cause sarplas or condemned

and Antietam national cemeteries.-[By Mr. Ramsey. )
property to be issued to the Indians.--[By Mr. Henderson.)

Referred, 1694; reported, 2789.
Referred, 1071; reported, 1205.

S. R. No. 120

For the relief of Major A. L. Brewer, late a paymaster in the Relative to fixing an exterior line in New York harbor on both

United States Army.-[By Mr. Wade.]
sides of Hudson river.-[By Mr. Morgan.]

Referred, 1717.
Read, 1117.

S. R. No. 121

To carry into effect the resolution approved March 2, 1867,

na la relation to the Maquoketa fivér, in the state of Iowa. -[By.

providing for the exchange of certain public documents. [

Mr. Morgan.]
Reported, 1204 ; passed; 3506 ; passed House with amendment,

Referred, 1864; reported and passed, 3074 ; passed House, 4400; 3869 ; concurred in, 3916; enrolled, 3968.

enrolled, 4408 ; approved, 4450. ta House: Received froin Senate, 8585 passed with amendment,

In House : Received from Senate, 3107; discussed, 4391; passed, 3881; agreed to by Senate, 3967; enrolled, 3973.

4392; enrolled, 4422.

S. R. No. 122Relating to the survey of the northern and northwestern lakes.

For the relief of the heirs of Major A. L. Brewer, late a paymaster

in the United States Army.--[By Mr. Wilson.) Referred, 1204; reported and passed, 1461; passéd House,

Reported and passed, 1911; passed House, 2040; enrolled, 1497; enrolled, 1615; approved, 1646.

2068; approved, 2234. In House: Received from Senate, 1478 ; passed, 1504; enrolled,

In House : Received from Senate, 1927; passed, 2029 ; enrolled,

2070.

S. R. No. 123Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue an American

Authorizing the Secretary of State to adjust certain claims, and

directing the payment thereof.-[By Mr. I' essenden.) Referred, 1204; reported adversely, 1311; discussed, 3245 ;

Reported, 1910; called up, 2068; discussed, 2241 ; passed, 2242.

In House : Received from Senate, 2286; referred, 2544.

S. R. No. 124To further define the meaning of the act of February 19, 1867, in

For the distribution of certain public documents abroad.-[By relation to the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims in cases of

Mr. Anthony.]
claims for quartermasters stores. - [By Mr. Patterson, of S. R. No. 125---

Referred, 1911,
Authorizing the issue of a new register to the American-built

schooner Milton Badger. ---[By Mr. Conness.] Providing for the issue of clothing to soldiers and others, to

Referred, 1940. replace clothing destroyed to prevent contagion.+[By Mr.

S. R. No. 126Referred, 1257 ; reported and passed, 1466; passed House, 1789;

For the relief of George W. Doty, a commander in the United

States Navy on the retired list.-[By Mr. Nye.]

Reported, 1977; passed, 1977; passed House, 2329; enrolled, In House: Received from Senate, 1484; called up, 1774, passed,

2488; approved, 2544.
In House : Received from Senate, 1998; referred,

2029;

reported

and passed, 2321 ; corolled, 2475. To restore Alabams to representation in Congress.-[By Mr.

S. R. No. 127Read, 1257; discussed, 1744; indefinitely postponed, 3213.

Expressive of the thanks of Congress to Dr. Isaac I. Hays.-[By

Mr. Wilson.]
Referred, 2030 ; committee discharged, 4264.

S. R. No. 106

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8. R. No. 107–

Mr. Hendricks.]

S. R. No. 108–

By Mr. Chandler.]

1535. 8. R. No. 109

rejected, 3247.5 8. R. No. 110

New Hampshire.]

Referred, 1204. 8. R. No. 111

Wilson.]

enrolled, 1789; approved, 1843,

1790; enrolled, 1806.

8. R. No. 112

Wilson.]

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S. R. No. 128

S. R. No. 144 For the relief of George B. Halstead.-[By Mr. Cole.)

In relation to the erection of a custom-house at Nashville, Reported and printed, 2007, 2068 ; passed, 2279.

Tennessee.-[By Mr. Fowler.] In House : Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2344.

· · Referred, 3116. S. R. No. 129

S. R. No. 145-
Donating certain captured ordnance for the completion of a In relation to the coast defense.—[By Mr. Nye.]

monument to the memory of the late Major General John Referred, 3146.
Sedgwick.- [ By Mr. Wilson.]

S. R. No. 146-
Referred, 2068; reported, 2259; passed, 2566 ; passed House,

: Authorizing the sale of certain bonds belonging to the Choctaw 3521 ; enrolled, 3521 ; approved, 3771.

and Chickasaw Indians, and the adjustment and payment of In House : Received from Senate, 2575; passed, 5525; enrolled,

certain claims against them.-[By Mr. Norrill, of Maine.] 3535.

Referred, 3176. S. R. No. 1304

S. R. No. 147For the relief of certain officers, non-commissioned officers, and For the relief of Jonathan S. Turner.-[By Mr. Ferry.] soldiers of the Army.-[By Mr. Conkling.]

Referred, 3176; reported and passed, 3239; passed House, Referred, 2144.

4442; enrolled, 4451 ; approved, 4506. S. R. No. 131

In House : Received from Senate, 3271; passed, 4431, 4432 ; To authorize the settlement of the accounts of Robert L. Stockton,

enrolled, 4479. late Indian agent.--[By Mr. Conness. ]

S. R. No. 148Referred, 2217; reported adversely, 4450.

To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duties on S. R. No. 132

certain religions books donated to the people of the United Authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish supplies to an

States.--[By Mr. Wilson.] exploring expedition.-[By Mr. Trumbull.]

Referred, 3213. Read, 2240; referred, 2211; reported, 2275.

S. R. No. 149--* S. R. No. 133

Authorizing the sale of damaged or unserviceable arms, ordnance, Proposing an amendinent to the Constitution of the United States.

or ordnance stores.--[By Mr. Wilson.] [By Mr Sumner.]

Referred, 3213; reported, 3347. Referred, 2275.

S. R. No. 150– S. R. No. 134

Relative to the payment of certain claims to loyal citizens of the Authorizing a change of mail service between Fort Abercrombie

United States.-[By Mr. Chandler. ] and Helena.-[By Mr. Ramsey.]

Referred, 3240. Referred, 2436; reported and passed, 2556; passed House,

S. R. No. 1513316; enrolled, 3348; approved, 3714. In House; Received from Senate, 2570; discussed, 3811 ;

To drop from the rolls of the Army certain officers absent without passed, 3326; enrolled, 3365; approved, 5761.

authority from their commands.-[By Mr. Wilson.)

Referred, 3275; reported, 3347; passed, 3860; passed House, S. R. No. 135

4454; enrolled, 4501; approved, 4517. To restore Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,

In House : Received from Senate, 3885; passed, 4490; enrolled, Louisiana, and Florida to representation in Congress.-(By

4496. Mr. Wilson.) Referred, 2436; indefinitely postponed, 2759.

S. R. No. 152S. R. No. 136

To extend the time for the completion of the West Wisconsin rail. For the relief of Jacob P. Leese.-[By Mr. Cole.)

road.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.) Referred, 2556.

Reported, 3566 ; passed, 8672. S R. No. 137

In House: Received from Senate, 3705; tabled, 4478. Extending the time for the completion of the Northern Pacific || S. R. No. 153– railroad.--[By Mr. Ramsey. ]

Authorizing the sale at public auction of certain surplus books Referred, 2621; reported, 2653; discussed, 2053, 2689; passed,

and documents now in the custody of the Secretary of the 2690.

Interior.-[By Mr. Morgan.]
In House : Received from Senate, 2712; tabled, 4312.

Reported, 3607.
S. R. No. 138—

S. R. No. 154– To appoint a board of examiners for claimants against the United To admit certain persons to the Naval Academy.-[By Mr. Freling. Siates in the State of Nevada.-[By Mr. Stewart.]

huysen.) Referred, 2053; committee discharged, 3210.

Reported and passed, 3671; passed House, 4451 ; enrolled, 4459 ; S. R. No. 139–

approved, 4506. Excluding from the Electoral College the votes of States lately in In House: Received from Senate, 3705 ; passed, 4479; enrolled, rebellion which shall not have been reorganized.-[By Mr.

4492. Edmunds. ]

S. R. No. 155–
Referred, 2760; reported, 3566; discussed, 3630, 3688, 3870, Regulating representation in the Electoral College.-[By Mr.
3874, 3877, 3904, 3917; passed, 3926 ; passed House with

Conkling.)
amendments, 3966; concurred in, 3966; enrolled, 3938; Read, 3767.
vetoed, 4235; passed over veto, 4236; presentation to
Secretary of State directed, 4236.

S. R. No. 156-
In House: Received from Senate, 3967; referred, 3967;

Authorizing the appointment of commissioners to examine the reported, 3974; discussed, 3974; passed with amendments,

claims of citizens of Douglas, Johnson, and Miami counties, 3981; agreed to by Senate, 4002; enrolled, 4002; vetoed,

Kansas, for spoliations committed in what is known as the 4258; passed over veto, 4259.

Quantrell raid in August, 1863.-[By Mr. Ross.]
S. R. No. 140—

Referred, 3857.
Relating to traveling expenses of California and Nevada

S. R. No. 1674
volunteers.-[By Mr. Cole.]

In relation to the Union Pacific railway, eastern division.-(By Referred, 2789.

Mr. Drake.]
S. R. No. 141-

Reported, 3900.
Requiring the Special Commissioner of the Revenue to act as S. R. No. 158

superintendent of the Bureau of Statistics in the office of the To extend the act establishing the Court of Claims to the claims
Secretary of the Treasury. [By Mr. Williams.]

arising under the act of the 2d of March, 1861, providing for Reported and referred anew, 2922, 8176; committee discharged, indefinitely postponed, 4093.

the payment of the expenses of the Washington and Oregon

Indian war of 1855–56.-[By Mr. Williams.)
S. R. No. 142-

Referred, 3901.
To refer the claim of George Chorpenning, under a former act of S. R. No. 159

Congress for bis relief, to the Court of Claims.----[By Mr. Nye.]
Referred, 2959 ; reported adversely, 3218.

Authorizing the Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, Freed.

men, and Abandoned Lands to sell certain portions of public S. R. No. 143For the relief of George W. Doty, a commander in the United

lands within the corporate limits of the eity of Pensacola, States Navy on the retired list. [By Mr. Nye.]

Florida, for educational purposes.--[By Mr. Osborn.]

Referred, 3984.
Read and passed, 2959; passed House, 3521 ; enrolled, 3521 ; S. R. No. 160

approved, 3770.
In House : Received from Senate, 2976; passed, 3524; enrolled,

Relating to the Territorial Central Pacific Railway Company. 3535.

(By Mr. Cole.) Referred, 4071.

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S. R. No. 161–

S. R. No. 170 Providing that a certain part of the act making appropriations for In relation to the library of the Department of Agriculture. [By sandry civil expenses of the Governulent

for the year ending

I

Mr. Cameron.]
June 30, 1869, shall not take effect until the 1st day of March, Read and passed, 4321.
1869.--[By Mr. Willey.]

S. R. No. 171-
Reported, 4070.

In relation to coast defense.-[By Mr. Howard.] 8. R. No. 162

Reported and paesed, 4346.
To regulate the carriage of passengers in steamships and other

In House : Received from Senate, 4375.
vessels

. - [By Mr. Morgan.)
Reported, 4003; discussed, 4897; passed, 4399.

S. R. No. 172-
la House: Received from Senate, 4422.

To construe an act entitled "An act to authorize the accounting S. R. No. 163–

officers of the Treasury to settle the accounts of Andrew 8. For the relief of Benjamin Cooley and James W. Boswell.--[By

Core.”—[By Mr. Williams.]
Mr. Frelinghuysen.]

Reported and passed, 4301; passed House, 4451; enrolled,
Reported, 4146.

4459; approved, 4506. 8. R. No. 164

In House : Received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4474, 4475; For the restoration of Commander Aaron K. Hughes, United States

enrolled, 4492.
Navy, to the active list from the retired list, -[By Mr. Nye.] S. R. No. 173-
Reported and passed, 4197; passed Honse, 4267; enrolled, 4275; | Respecting the provisional governments of Virginia and Texas.-
approved, 4403.

[By Mr. Wilson.]
In House : Received from Senate, 4216; passed, 1293; enrolled, Read and passed, 4396.
4295.

In House : Received from Senate, 4395.
8. R. No. 165–
Authorizing the Comunissioner of Indian Affairs to appoint guardS. R. No. 174.
iaus or trustees for minor Indian children who may be entitled

For the relief of Samuel Houston.-[By Mr. McDonald.]
to pensions or bounties under the existing laws.-[By Mr. Referred, 4396.
Pomeroy.)

S. R. No. 175-
Referred, 4197.

Relative to the recent contracts for stationery for the Department S. R. No. 166–

of the Interior.-[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.]
Declaring the ratification of the fourteenth article of amendment
of the Constitution of the United States. +[By Mr. Sherman.]

Reported, 4403; passed, 4448.
Referred, 4197; committee discharged, 4230; called up, 4266;

In House : Received from Senate, 4474; motion to take up, concurrent resolution substituted, 4266.)

4477, 4494. S. R. No. 167

S. R. No. 176For the relief of a certain United States Coast Survey officer.- Extending the benefits of an act donating public lands to the [By Mr. Morgan.]

several States and Territories which may provide colleges for Reported, 4264.

the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, approved 8. R. No. 168

July 2, 1862, as amended by act of July 23, 1866, to States For the relief of John Montgomery.--[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

lately in rebellion.-[By Mr. Sawyer.] Referred, 4266; reported, 4403.

Read, 4446; passed, 4147.

In House: Received from Señate, 4474; motion to take up, Appenling to the Turkish Government in behalf of the people of

4477. Crete.--[By Mr. Sumner. ]

$. R. No. 177Reported and passed, 4283 ; passed House, 4454 ; enrolled, 4501 ; To extend the provisions of the act of July 4, 1864, limiting the approved, 4517.

jurisdiction of the Court of Claims to loyal citizens of the In House: Received from Senate, 4334 ; passed, 4488; enrolled,

State of Louisiana.--[By Mr. Kellogg.] 4496.

Keferred, 4450.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Anthony

1867.) Adopted, 9.

Adopted, 9.

Adopted, 9.

By Mr. Conness-Continued. Reappointing the joint Committee on Ordnance.-[December 3, In relation to citizens imprisoned by Great Britain.-[January

21, 1868.]

Read and printed, 650. In Llouse : Received from Senate, 36; yeas and nays ordered, || By Mr. Drake 37; discussed, 55; concurred in, 56.

In relation to annual message of the President.--[December 4, 1867.] Reappointing the joint Committee to Examine the Accounts for Read, 19; discussed, 63, 100, 151.

Repairs to the Executive Mansion. [December 3, 1867.) By Mr. EdmundsIn House : Received from Senate, 36; concurred in, 96.

Tendering the thanks of Congress to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, late

Secretary of War.-[May 28, 1868.) Reappointing the joint Committee to Revise and Fix the Pay of the Officers of the two Hlouses.[December 3, 1867.]

Laid over, 2624; discussed, 2727; adopted, 2736; concurred in

by House, 3316. In House: Received from Senate, 36; concurred in, 96.1

In House: Received from Senate, 2758; concurred in, 3311.
Reappointing the joint Committee on Retrenchment.--[December

By Mr. Fessenden-
Authorizing the select Committee to Revise and Equalize the Pay

of the Employés of each House to reportsuch regulations as may In House: Received from Senate, 36; tabled, 37.

be necessary for rearranging the duties and reducing the number

of employés, and for securing a reduction of expenditures.For the adjournment of Congress to the 16th of October, and thence

[December 11, 1867.] Adopted, 4518.47 to the 10th of November, 1868.—[ September 21, 1868. ]

Agreed to, 120.

In House; Received from Senate, 134; concurred in, 232.
For an adjournment sine die on June 13. May 27, 1868.]

By Mr. Sherman-
Declaring the ratification of the fourteenth article of amendment
of the Constitution of the United States.-[July 21, 1868.]

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Adopted, 4266; concurred in by House, 4270. Giving the consent of Congress to the acceptance by Hon. Anson | By Mr. Wilson

In House : Received from Senate, 4295; concurred in, 4295, 4296. Burlingame, now the American minister at China, of such civil appointment as he may have received from the emperor

For the suspension of the sixteenth and seventeenth joint rules.

[July 25, 1868.]
Adopted, 4442; resolution of House on, 4451.
In Housé: Received from Senate. 4434 ; non-concurred in, 4472.

3, 1867.) Adopted, 9.

By Mr. Conklinga

Laid over, 2595. By Mr. Connesse

of China. -[January 15, 1868.) Referred, 519.

XXIV

SENATE RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Abbott

!! By Mr. Cameron-

Instructing the Committee on Contingent Expenses of the Senate In reference to an appropriation for deepening the channel of the Cape Fear river in North Carolina. -[July 25, 1868.]

to investigate the accounts of the Secretary of the Senate.

[ April 16, 1868.] Agreed to, 4462.

Adopted, 2303; report, 2365. By Mr. Anthony

For printing extra copies of the last agricultural report.--[July 14, Notifying House of the organization of the Senate.-[ December

1868.] 2, 1867.]

Referred, 4070; reported and adopted, 4230. Adopted, i.

By Mr. ColeTo wait on the President.--[ December 2, 1867.)

Inquiring what further legislation is necessary to secure to Adopted, 1.

immigrants from foreign countries a greater degree of safety, For printing three thousand additional copies of the message of

comfort, &c.-[February 3, 1868.] the President, with the reports of heads of Departments.

Agreed to, 921. [December 3, 1867.)

Calling for information as to the amount of distilled spirits shipped Referred, 10; reported, 20 ; discussed, 20; agreed to, 38.

from Atlantic ports of the United States to California during For printing five hundred extra copies of the Navy Register for

the year 1867, and also what amount of distilled spirits from 1868.--[January 10, 1868.]

other States was landed in San Francisco during tliat year.– Reported and agreed to, 434.

[February 24, 1868.] For printing two thousand additional copies of the President's

Agreed to, 1371. message of the 17th of December, 1867, relating to the

Directing Committee on Finance to inquire into the expediency international monetary conference at Paris in June and July

of repealing all laws imposing taxes on incomes and all laws last. — [January 23, 1868.]

imposing taxes on manufactures.-[March 3, 1868.] Referred, 703; reported and agreed to, 787.

Agreed to, 1621. For printing four thousand copies of the Patent Office Report of

For printing the report of J. Ross Browne, on the mineral resources 1866.- [January 29, 1868.]

of the States and Territories west of the Rocky mountains. – Reported and agreed to, 816.

[ May 25, 1868. ] For printing extra copies of the report of the Secretary of State

Referred, 2569; reported and discussed, 2687; adopted, 2688. on the Alta Vela claim of Patterson & Murginendo.

By Mr. Conkling-
[March 17, 1868.]
Referred, 1911; reported and agreed to, 1976.

Instructing the Committee on the District of Columbia to inquire For printing three hundred copies of the edition of the report of

what legislation is necessary to secure safety and convenience ihe impeachment trial published at the Congressional Printing

to those who ride in the street cars of the Metropolitan RailOffice, and five thousand copies of the entire work, with an

road Company.-[February 5, 1868.]
'index.-[March 21, 1868.),

Agreed to, 981.
Referred, 2045; reported and agreed to, 2068.

Inquiring as to the condition of the appropriation for the medical

and surgical history of the war.-[July 3, 1868.] Authorizing the Presiding Officer to admit to a seat on the floor

Agreed to, 3710.
the reporter of the New York Associated Press during the
trial of the impeachment.-[March 25, 1868.]

By Mr. Conness-
Laid over, 2084; discussed, 2234.

Calling for copies of any reports in the War Department concerning For printing extra copies of the report of the Superintendent of

the reduction of the military reservation of Point San José. — the Coast Survey for 1867.-[May 18, 1868.]

[December 4, 1867.] Adopted, 2505.

Agreed to, 19. Calling for correspondence with persons in the diplomatic service

Calling for the proceedings and findings of the board appointed relating to the act of March 27, 1867, prohibiting them from

to investigate the circumstances of the robbery of Major wearing any uniform not previously authorized by Congress.

George E. Glenn, paymaster at Fort Boisé, Idaho Territory.[May 28, 1868.]

[ December 5, 1867.) Agreed to, 2624.

Agreed to, 38.

Making inquiries relative to the appointment of the American For printing the report of the Commissioner of Education.June 2, 1868. ]

minister at Pekin, Hon. Anson Burlingame, to a mission in

behalf of the Chinese Government by the emperor of China.-Referred, 2758; reported and adopted, 4501.

[January 13, 1868.) Rescinding so much of the resolution passed March 19, 1868, as Agreed to, 471.

suspends the printing of the report of the commissioner to
the Paris Exposition. -- [June 13, 1868.]

Directing Committee on Private Land Claims to inquire into
Reported, 3115; adopted, 3116.

the propriety of restoring to the body of the public domain

the tract of land in California known as the Gabillan grant.For printing additional copies of House bill No. 605.-[June 18, 1868.

[February 7, 1868.] Agreed to, 3243.

Agreed to, 1026.

Calling for information in regard to applications for privileges in For printing Navy Register for 1868.-[June 19, 1868. ]

connection with the fisheries in Alaska -[April 14, 1868. ] Referred, 8275; reported and agreed to, 3608.

Adopted, 2297.
For printing Army Register for 1868.-[June 19, 1868.]
Referred, 3275; reported and agreed to, 3608.

Discharging Committee on Foreign Relations from the further

consideration of the bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning the rights For printing Land Office Report.--[July 1, 1868.] Referred, 3628; reported, 4024; called up, 4147; adopted,

of American citizens in foreign States. —[ June 22, 1868. ]

Laid over, 3317; withdrawn, 3389.
4148.
For printing the report of General T. W. Raynolds on the

In relation to the promulgation of the law recently enacted limiting

the hours of labor.-[July 1, 1868.]
exploration of the Yellowstone river. -- [July 17, 1868.]
Reported and agreed to, 4147.

Agreed to, 3629.

Inquiring whether à commission has been issued to James Coey, By Nr. Buckalew

nominated and confirmed as collector for the first internal In relation to the publication of the laws.-[December 20, 1867.]

revenue district of California. -[July 11, 1868.)
Laid over, 282; agreed to, 308.

Agreed to, 3954.
In relation to the attendance of a member of the Senate before a

By Mr. Corbett -
Committee of the House to be examined as a witness.--[May

Instructing Committee on Finance to inquire into the expediency of 27, 1868.]

a new loan and issue of five per cent. bonds for the purpose of Laid over, 2009.

redeeming five-twenties as they mature.- December 6, 1867.] Calling for reports and papers in relation to the late election in

Agreed to, 63.
Arkansas upon the adoption of a constitution.-[May 29,

Calling for a statement of the amount of money paid on account 1868.]

of the new jail in the District of Columbia, and to whom Laid over, 2659.

paid.-[January 14, 1868.] For the purchase of Lanman's Dictionary of Congress.--[July 25,

Agreed to, 491. 1868.]

In reference to the expediency of securing to Indians the right to Referred, 4440; adopted, 4503.

testify in cases of murder, rape, &c., as between wbites and Requesting the House to inform the Senate whether a quorum of

Indians.--[June 28, 1868.] "the House are present.--[ September 21, 1868.]

Adopted, 3382. . Read, 4518.

For printing tax bill.-[July 18, 1868.)

Referred, 4197; reported and agreed to, 4199.

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