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H. R. No. 768%
Concerning the rights of American citizens in foreign States. ---[By

H. R. No. 779
Mr. Banks. ]

For securing to authors in certain cases the benefit of international Reported and recommitted, 1294 ; reported, 1797 ; discussed,

copyright, advancing the development of American literature 1797, 2030; called up, 2217; discussed, 2311 ; passed, 2318;

and promoting the interests of publishers and book-buyers in passed Senate with amendments, 4474; agreed to, 4474 ;

the United States.--[By Mr. Baldwin.] enrolled, 4485; approved, 4498.

Reported and recommitted, 1316. In Senate: Received from House, 2329; referred, 2329 ; reported,

H. R. No. 7803382; amended, 3504; motion to make special order, 3818 ;

For the relief of Martha M. Jones, administratrix of Samuel T. made special order, 3901, 3986, 4096; motion to take up,

Jones, deceased. -[By Mr. Jenckes.] 4123, 4148; discussed, 4204, 4211, 4231, 4236, 4328, 4349,

Reported, 1317; passed, 1318 ; passed Senate, 3661; enrolled, 4352, 1445; passed with amendments, 4446 ; agreed to by

3692; approved, 3809. House, 4451; enrolled, 4454.

In Senate: Received from House, 1816; referred, 1330 ; reported, H. R. No. 769

1940; discussed, 3346 ; passed, 3649; enrolled, 3688. Granting a pension to David Howe.-[By Mr. Perham.)

H. R. No. 781Reported, 1296 ; passed, 1296; passed Senate, 3340 ; enrolled,

To establish a uniform system of coins.—[By Mr. Kelley.] 3375; approved, 3732.

Referred, 1318. In Senate : Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308; reported,

H. R. No. 782— 1669; passed, 8321 ; enrolled, 3359..

To provide for mail service between Fort Abercrombie, Dakota H. R. No. 770.

Territory, and Helena, in Montana Territory.-[By Mr. Granting a pension to John H. Finlay.--[By Mr. Nunn.]

Cavanaugh. ]

Referred, 1318. Reported and passed, 1296 ; passed Senate with amendments, 3340; disagreed to, 3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference

H. R. No. 783— report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3937;

For the relief of Samuel Pierce.-[By Mr. Peters.] enrolled, 3981; approved, 4255.

Reported, 1318; discussed, 1331, passed, 1335; indefinitely In Senate: Received from House, 1292 ; referred, 1808; reported,

postponed by Senate, 4061; recalled by Senate, 4395; returned, 1515; passed with amendments, 3321; couference, 3688;

4396 ; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4496. conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by

In Senate: Received from House, 1369 ; referred, 1371 ; indefiHouse, 8954; enrolled, 3958.

nitely postponed, 4024 ; recalled, 4897 ; returned, 4403; indefi

nitely postponed, 4503. H. R. No. 771

H. R. No. 784-
Granting a pension to John L. Lay.---[By Mr. Polsley. ]
Reported and passed, 1296; passed Senate with amendments,

To amend an act entitled "An act authorizing the construction of

a jail in and for the District of Columbia,'' approved July 25, 3340; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; conference

1866.- [By Mr. Covode.]
report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938;
enrolled, 3981; approved, 4255.

Reported and recommitted, 1319; motion to reconsider, 1334;

called up, 1513; discussed, 1535; report read, 1536; passed, In Senate : Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308; reported,

1540; passed Senate with amendment, 2643 ; referred, 2712. 1669 ; passed with amendment, 3321; conference, 3688; con:

In Senate: Received from House, 1515; referred, 1535; ference report, 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3867; by House,

referred anew, 1622; reported, 2009; motion to take up, 2276; 3954; enrolled, 3958.

discussed, 2625 ; passed with amendments, 2627. H, R. No. 772

H. R. No. 785Granting a pension to Robert McCrory.--[By Mr. Polsley.]

To revive the second section of an act to establish Hannibal, Reported and passed, 1296; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled, 3375;

Missouri, and Peoria, Illinois, ports of delivery.--[By Mr. approved, 3732.

Washburne, of Illinois. ] In Senate: Received from House, 1292; referred 1308; reported,

Reported and passed, 1319; passed Senate, 1813; enrolled, 1669; passed, 3321; enrolled, 3359.

1828; approved, 1861. H. R. No. 773

In Senate: Received from House, 1316 ; referred, 1880; reported, Granting a pension to William H. McDonald.-[By Mr. Polsley.]

1461 ; passed, 1789; enrolled, 1812. Reported and passed, 1296 ; passed Senate with amendments,

H. R. No. 7863340; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732 ; conference

Declaring St. George and Boothbay, in the State of Maine, and report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938;

San Antonio, Texas, ports of delivery, and authorizing the enrolled, 3981 ; approved, 4255.

establishment of bonded warehouses at Bucksport and Vinal In Senate: Received from House, 1292 ; referred, 1308; reported,

Haven, in the State of Maine.-[By Mr. Eliot.] 1669; passed with amendment, 3321, 3322; conference, 3688;

Reported and passed, 1332; passed Senate with amendments, conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by

2614; concurred in, 2712 ; enrolled, 2751; approved, 2876. House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

In Senate: Received from House, 1870; referred, 1371 ; reported, H. R. No. 774

1863 ; passed with amendments, 2596; concurred in by House,

2736; enrolled, 2736. Granting a pension to Amos Witham.-[By Mr. Polsley.] Reported and passed, 1296 ; passed Senate, 3340;" enrolled, H. R No. 787– - 3375; approved, 8731.

To prevent and punish the unlawful use of public money and In Senate: Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308; reported,

property.-[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.] 1669; passed, 3322; enrolled, 3359.

Read and passed, 1333.

In Senate : Received from House, 1370; referred,1371; reported, H. R. No. 775—

2084. Granting a pension to the widow and minor children of Erastus H. R. No. 788Kinsel. - [By Mr. Polsley.]

To regulate the appraisement and inspection of imports in certain Reported and passed, 1297; passed Senate with amendments,

cases.-[By Mr. Eggleston.] 3340; agreed to, 3692; enrolled, 3702; approved, 3809.

Reported and recommitted, 1334 ; reported and discussed, 2634; In Senate: Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308; reported,

passed, 2637. 1669; passed, 3322; enrolled, 3688.

In Senate : Received from House, 2633 ; referred, 2659; reported, H. R. No. 776

4093. Granting a pension to Zephaniah Knapp, of Luzerne county,

H. R. No. 789-
Pennsylvania.-[By Mr. Miller.)

To limit the liability of common carriers of goods between the
Reported and passed, 1297 ; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled,

different States. [By Mr. Blaine.]
3375; approved, 3731.

Referred, 1418.
In Senate : Received from House, 1292 ; referred, 1308; reported, H. R. No. 790-
1669 ; passed, 8322 ; enrolled, 3359.

Relative to fishing license and the payment of the tonnage tax.H, R. No. 777

[By Mr. Pike.] To provide for the payment of certain pensions out of the Navy | H. R. No. 791

Referred, 1418.
pension fund. -[By Mr. Perham.]
Reported and discussed, 1298 ; recommitted, 1449.

For the relief of the heirs of Captain Joshua Chamberlain,

deceased. - [By Mr. Van Horn, of New York.]
H. R. No. 778
To relieve William W. Holden and others from disabilities. - [By || H. R. No. 792-

Referred, 1418.
Mr. Bingham.]
Reported and recommitted, 1298; reported, 1906; discussed,

To provide for the construction of a ship.canal around the Falls
of Niagara.

- [By Mr. Van Horn, of New York.] 1906, 1927 ; recommitted with instrnctions, 1934.

Referred, 1418; reported, 2943.

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H. R. No. 800—

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H. R. No. 801—

H. R. No. 802.

Referred, 1418. H. R. No. 803_

H. R. No. 793

H. R. No. 813-
To incorporate the Evening Star Newspaper Company.-[By Mr. Declaratory of the meanług of a certain claase in section ninety-
Welker.]

four of an act to provide internal revenue, &c.—[By Mr. Referred, 1418.

Spalding.)
H. R. No. 794-

Referred, 1419; reported and passed, 1470.
To reopen the land office in the Virginia military district of Ohio.-

In Senate : Received from House, 1464; referred, 1486. [By Mr. Wilson, of Ohio.]

H. R. No. 814
Referred, 1418; reported and tabled, 2830.

To secure the completion of the post office and custom-house at H. R. No. 795

Cairo, Illinois.-[By Mr. Raum.]
For the relief of John W. Powell.-[By Mr. Eckley. ]

Referred, 1419.
Referred, 1418.

H. R. No. 815-
H. R. No. 796-

For the relief of Mary Merchant, of Hancock coanty, Ohio.-[By
To establish a post route from Olive Hill, via Epperhartz and

Mr. Mungen.)
Blair's Mills, to West Liberty, in the State of Kentucky. -

Referred, 1419.
[By Mr. Golladay. ]

H. R. No. 816-
Referred, 1418.

To authorize homestead entries in the Virginia military district in H. R. No. 797

Ohio. [By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]
To provide two local inspectors of steamboats at Evansville, in

Referred, 1419; committee discharged, 2830.
the State of Indiana. [By Mr. Niblack.]

H. R. No. 817-
Referred, 1418.

To establish a post route from Findlay, via Benton Ridge, Bluffton, H. R. No. 798—

and Beaver Dam, to Lima, in the State of Ohio, and to abolish To change the time of holding the circuit and district courts of the

post route No. 9388.-[By Mr. Mungen.]
United States in Tennessee.-[By Mr. Nunn.]

Referred, 1421.
Referred, 1418.

H. R. No. 818
H. R. No. 799

Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government Granting bounty land to soldiers who have been engaged in the

for the year ending June 30, 1869.--[By Mr. Washburne, of military service of the United States in the war of the rebel

Illinois. ] lion.-[By Mr. Coburn.]

Reported, 1424; discussed, 1454, 1455, 1473, 1484, 1505, 1512, Referred, 1418.

1998, 2026 ; passed, 2028 ; passed Senate with amendments,

3724; referred, 3724; reported, 3765; discussed, 3841; conTo provide for the rejection as_void of all votes cast at any

ference, 3850, 3885; conference report, 4061; agreed to by election for members of the House of Representatives of the

Senate, 4061; by House, 4062; recalled by Senate, 4082; not United States for any person known to be ineligible by the

returned by House, 4083; enrolled, 4088; approved, 4255. persons casting them.--[By Mr. Coburn.]

In Senate: Řeceived from House, 2040; referred, 2040; amend. Referred, 1418.

ment, 2144; amendment reported, 2594; amendment submitted,

3183, 3424; reported, 3463; amendment, 3552, 3566, 3570, Relative to suits in the courts of the United States.—[ By Mr. Cook.]

3645; discussed, 3571, 3608, 3632, 3681 ; passed with amendReferred, 1418; reported adversely, 3267.

ments, 3688; conference, 3818, 3904; conference report, 4033 ;

concurred in by Senate, 4035; recalled from House, 4070; Supplementary to the several acts for organizing certain Terri

not returned, House having agreed to conference report, 4075;

enrolled, 4075.
tories of the United States.--[By Mr. Loan.)

H. R. No. 819-
Making partial appropriations for the further expenses of the

Indian department and for fulfilling treaty stipulations.--[By To establish a post route from Sigourney, Iowa, via Webster,

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]
White Pigeon, Millersburg, and Genoa Bluffs, to Marengo,
lowa.--[By Mr. Loughridge.]

Reported, 1424; discussed, 1451, 1453 ; passed, 1455; passed

Senate with amendment, 2070; discussed, 2170; referred,

2175; motion to reconsider, 2176.

In Senate: Received from House, 1463; referred, 1464; reported, For relief of Mrs. M. Clark. [By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]

1694; referred, 1887; reported, 1910; discussed, 2041; passed

with amendment, 2043.

I. R. No. 820To amend an act entitled "An act to establish and equalize the

Granting a pension to Martha J. Lindsay.-[By Mr. Glossbrenner.] grades of line officers of the United States Navy," approved

Referred, 1418.
July 16, 1862.-[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]

H. R. No, 821-
To establish a post route from Gowanda, via Collins Center and

Mourton's Corner, to Springville, Erie county, New York. Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Brown

[By Mr. Humphrey. ]
ville
, and for aiding other railroads in the State of Nebraska,

Referred, 1449.
to intersect the Union Pacific railroad. [By Mr. Taffe.]

H. R. No, 822–

Granting a pension to Hampton Thompson.-[By Mr. Perham.] Declaring null and void a certain act of the Colorado Legislature

Reported and passed, 1449; passed Senate with amendments,

3340; concurred in, 3397; enrolled, 3411 ; approved, 3731. In Senate : Received from House, 1463; referred, 1464; reported,

1669; passed with amendment, 3322; agreed to by House,

3389; enrolled, 3389. To enable the people of the Territory of Montana to form a con;

H. R. No. 823-
stitution and State government, and for the admission of said

Granting a pension to George W. Loeker. - [By Mr. Polsley.)
Reported 1449; passed, 1450; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled,

3375; approved, 3731.

In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464; reported, To incorporate the Washington Masonic Mutual Relief Association

1669; passed, 3322; enrolled, 3359. of the District of Columbia. [By Mr. Wood.]

H. R, No. 824

Granting a pension to Annie Vaughn.-[By Mr. Beatty. ]

Reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled, For the relief of the widow and heirs of Thomas W. Harvey,

3375; approved, 3731.

In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464; reported, Referred, 1419; reported, 3132; discussed, 3295 ; rejected, 3297.

1669; passed, 3322; enrolled, 3859. To divide the State of Illinois into three judicial districts.--[By

H. R. No. 825

Granting a pension to John W. Hughes.--[By Mr. Beatty. I
Reported and passed, 1450 ; passed Senate with amendments,

, ;

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938 ; Granting a bounty of fifty dollars to the soldiers of the twelfth and

enrolled, 3981; approved, 4255. In Senate : Received from House, 1468; referred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed with amendment, 3322; conference, 8€88; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

Referred, 1418. H. R. No. 804

Referred, 1418. H. R. No. 805–

Referred, 1418. H. R. No. 806—

Referred, 1418.

H. R. No. 807

therein named. — [By Mr. Chilcott.] Referred, 1418.

H. R. No. 808

State into the Union.-[By Mr. Cavanaugh.]

Referred, 1419. I. R. No. 809

Referred, 1419. H. R. No. 810

deceased. --( By Mr. Haight.]

H. R. No. 811

Mr. Ingersoll.]

Referred, 1419. H. R. No. 812—

.] Referred, 1419.

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H. R. No. 826
Granting a pension to Michael Mellon.--[By Mr. Beatty. ]

H. R. No. 842
Reported and passed, 1450 ; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled, 3375;

To incorporate the Chamber of Life Insurance of the United approved, 8731.

States.--[By Mr. Boutwell.] In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464; reported, | H. R. No. 843–

Referred, 1631. 1669 ; passed, 3822, 3323; enrolled, 3359. H. R. No. 8274

To regulate the public debt.--[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.] Granting a pension to Ann Wilson. --[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

Referred, 1631. Reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled,

H. R. No. 844-3375; approved, 3731.

To modify the warehousing system.-[By Mr. Vorrell.] In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464; reported, | H. R. No. 845–

Referred, 1631. 1669; passed, 3323; enrolled, 3359. H. R. No. 828

For the relief of Thomas F. Bowler, of New Mexico.--[By Mr. For the relief of Captain William McKean.--[By Mr. Van

Hunter. ]
Aernam.]

Referred, 1631.
Reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate, 3840; enrolled,

H. R. No. 846-3375; approved, 3731.

Supplementary to an act entitled "An act to aid in the construction In Senate : Received from House, 1443; referred, 1464; reported,

of telegraph lines and to secure to the Government the use of 1669; passed, 3321; enrolled, 3359.

the same for postal, military, and other purposes,'' passed H, R. No. 829

July 24, 1866.--[By Mr. Farnsworth. ] Granting a pension to Mrs. Susan Ten Eyck Williamson.-[By

Referred, 1031; substitute reported and recommitted, 2974. Mr. Van Aernam.]

H. R. No. 847Reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled,

To aid in the construction of the International Pacific railroad 3375; approved, 3731.

from Cairo, Illinois, to the Rio Grande river, to authorize In Senate : Received from Honse, 1463 ; referred, 1461; reported,

the consolidation of certain railroad companies, and to provide 1669; passed, 3323; enrolled, 3359.

homesteads for laborers on said roads. -[ By Ur. Raum.} H. R. No. 830—

Referred, 1631.
For the relief of Marian Mulligan, widow of Colonel James A.

H. R. No. 818-
Mulligan, deceased.-By Mr. Judd.]

To incorporate Crowther Institute in the District of Columbia.Referred, 1460.

[By Yr. Ingersoll.] H. R. No. 831

Referred, 1031. Relating to the Alexandria canal.--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

H. R. No. 819 Referred, 1483.

To amend an act entitled "An act extending the jurisdiction of the H. R. No. 832

district courts to certain cases upon the lakes and navigable Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Depart

water connecting the same," approved February 26, 1845.-ment during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1809.-[By Mr.

[By Mr. Cook.] Blaine.

Referred, 1631; reported adversely, 3616. Reported, 1501 ; discussed, 1634 ; passed, 1637; passed Senate

H. R. No. 850-with amendment, 2045; amendment concurred in, 2072;

To authorize the sale of a reservation of public lands in Dubuqne, enrolled, 2082.

Iowa.- [ By Mr. Allison.]
In Senate : Received from House, 1657; referred, 1058; reported,

Referred, 1631.
1775; amendment, 1900; called up, 210; passed with amnend- H. R. No. 851
ment, 2031; agreed to by House, 2075; enrolled, 2078.

Granting a pension to Ann Williams.-[By Mr. Hopkins.]
H. R. No. 833–

Referred, 1031; reported and passed, 3891; pasged Senaté, 4395; For the relief of Rufus M. Hollister, of Janesville, Wisconsin.

enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. [By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.]

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, Reported, 1501 ; passed, 1502.

4115; passed, 4567; enrolled, 4412. In Senate: Received from House, 1497; referred, 1498.

H. R. No. 852H. R. No. 834

To create an additional land district in the State of Minnesota. – For the relief of Hon. George W. Bridges, a member of the

[By Mi. Donnelly. ]
Thirty Seventh Congress. - [By Mr. Harding.)

Referred, 1631.
Reported, 1503 ; passed, 1504; passed Senate, 1430 ; enrolled, | H. R. No. 853–
4479; approved, 4498.

For the relief of Mrs. Catharine Drever.-{By Mr. Donnelly.]
In Senate: Received from House, 1497 ; referred, 1498; reported,

Referred, 1031.
4093 ; passed, 4406; enrolled, 4451.

H. R. No. 854
H. R. No. 835–
To provide for the completion of the Louisville and Portland canal

To dissolve the commission authorized by the act to establish around the falls of the Ohio river, at Louisville, Kentucky.

with certain hostile tribes of Indians, approved July 20, [By Mr. Eggleston.]

1867.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]

Referred, 1631.
Referred, 1604.

H. R. No. 855-
H. R. No. 836
F'or the better regulation of the custody and expenditures of the

For the relief of Lot Brown, of Harrison county, West Virginia.

[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]
publie moneys.—[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.]

Referred, 1631.
Reported, 1504 ; passed, 1605.
In Senate : Received from House, 1497; referred, 1498.

H. R. No. 856

For the relief of the members of the twenty-first New York H. R. No. 837

cavalry.--[By Mr. Lincoln.]
To protect the rights of insurance companies and to give them a
lien on vessels in certain cases.-[By Mr. Eggleston.]

Referred, 1631.
Referred, 1512.

H. R. No. 857-
H, R. No. 838–

Granting a pension to William F. Moses, of Indiana.--[By Mr.
To fix the salaries of certain territorial officers.-[By Mr.

Orth.]
Burleigh.]

Referred, 1031.
Referred, 1512.

H. R. No. 858-
H. R. No. 839-

To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the better To fix and equalize the pay of officers, and to establish the pay

security of the lives of passengers on board of vessels of enlisted men of the Army.-[By Mr. Schenck.]

propelled in whole or in part by steam." --[ By Mr. Stewart.] Referred, 1513.

Referred, 1631. H. R. No. 840–

H. R. No. 859To rebuild the levees on the east bank of the Mississippi river and Appropriating money in support of benevolent institutions and in reclaim the land of the Yazoo basin from overflow.--[By Mr.

aid of charities in the District of Columbia for the fiscal year Blaine.]

ending June 30, 1869.—[ By Mr. Spalding.) Referred, 1630.

Reported, 1033; minority report, 2100; discussed, 3896. HI. R. No. 841

H. R. No. 860-
Concerning the Solicitor and Naval Judge Adrocate General.- For the relief of Luther McNeal, late postmaster at Lancaster,
[By Mr. Eliot.)

Erie county, New York. -- [ By Mr. Humphrey.]
Referred, 1630.

Referred, 1668.

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H. R. No. 868–

H. R. No. 869

H. R. No. 861

H. R. No. 877–
Relating to the Supreme Court of the United States.--[By Mr. For the relief of Thomas H. Dickson, late acting assistant
Eliot.]

paymaster United States Navy.-[By Mr. O'Neill.]
Referred, 1681; reported and passed, 1993 ; passed Senate with Referred, 1759.

amendment, 3271 ; concurred in, 3811 ; enrolled, 3327; H. R. No. 878-
approved, 3732

To encourage commerce and internal trade by facilitating direet
In Senate : Received from House, 1992; referred, 1992; reported,

importation.-[By Mr. Nicholson.]
2556; passed with amendment, 3240; concurred in by, House, Referred, 1759.
3316; enrolled, 3321.

H. R. No. 879–
H. R. No. 862-

To incorporate the Lloyd Car-Heating and Ventilating
For the relief of James P. Beck, administrator of the estate of

Company.-[By Mr. Welker.]
James P. Beck, senior, deceased.--[By Mr. Hunter.]

Referred, 1759.
Referred, 1681.

H. R. No. 880-
H. R. No. 863—

For the completion of a harbor of commerce and refuge at Michigan To amend and construe certain postal laws.--[By Mr. O'Neill.)

city, Indiana. [By Mr. Colfax.] Referred, 1681.

Referred, 1759.
H. R. No. 864–

H. R. No. 881
For the incorporation of the National Art Union Association.-

Refunding duties paid under protest on the importation from (By Mr. Banks.)

France of a bell donated for the use of the St. Mary's Institute Referred, 1681 ; printed, 1906 ; reported and discussed, 8061 ;

and Notre Dame University, lodiana.-[By Mr. Colfax.] tabled, 3062.

Referred, 1759; reported and passed, 2081; passed Senate, H. R. No. 865–

2286 ; enrolled, 2287; approved, 2320. To authorize contracts for foreign mail service, and to aid in the In Senate : Received from House, 2084 ; referred, 2084; reported, construction and employment of American-built steamers.

2114; discussed, 2242;/passed, 2244; enrolled, 2275.
[By Mr. Eliot.]

H. R. No. 882-
Referred, 1708

For the improvement of the Illinois rirer from the westeru terminus H. R. No. 866

of the Illinois and Michigan canal to its mouth. [By Mr. To facilitate the settlements of the accounts of paymasters of the

Cook.]
Army.-[By Mr. Garfield.]

Referred, 1759.
Referred, 1703.

H. R. No. 883–
H. R. No. 867—.

For the relief of James Lindsay.-[By Mr. Loan.]
For the relief of Jonathan Jessup, postmaster at York, Pennsyl-

Referred, 1750.
vania. –[By Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania.]

H. R. No. 884
Reported, 1705 ; discussed, 2023; passed, 2024; passed Senate,
3236; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731.

For the relief of Mary Ann Wade.--[By Mr. Saxoyer.]
In Senate: Received from House, 2621; referred, 2021; reported, 1. R. No. 885–

Referred, 1759.
2623 ; passed, 3213; enrolled, 3279.

To amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for the For the improvement of the Illinois river.- By Mr. Cook.]

support of the Army for the year ending June 30, 1868," and Referred, 1707.

for the relief of the Colorado and Nevada volunteers. -[By Mr.

Higby.]

Referred, 1759.
Prescribing an oath of office to be taken by persons from whom H. R. No. 886-

legal disabilities shall bave been removed. --[By Mr. Dawes. ]
Reported as substitute for joint resolution (H. R. No. 214,

For the relief of Mrs. Mary J. Trueman.-[By Mr. Hubbard, of

West Virginia.]
1693 ;, discussed, 1707; passed, 1708 ; passed Senate with
amendments, 3761; concurred'in with amendment, 3761;

Referred, 1759; reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395 ; agreed to by Senaté, 3793 ; enrolled, 3809; approved, 4003.

enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House, 1719; referred, 1744; reported,

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 3539; passed with amendments, 3733 ; agreed to by House

4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4442.
with amendment, 3749; concurred 'in "by Senate, 3749 ;

H. R. No. 887–
For the relief of members of company A, independent exempt

West Virginia volunteer infantry. - (By Mr. Hubbard, of west To remove political disabilities from Roderick R. Butler, of

Virginia. ]
Tennessee.-[By Mr. Dawes.]

Referred, 1759.
Reported, 1708; discussed, 1708, 1711; passed, 1711 ; passed

H. R. No. 888-
Senate with amendment, 3089; discussed, 8197; concurred

For the relief of Vincent St. Vrain.--[By Mr. Clever.]
in, 3199; enrolled, 8202.

Referred, 1759.
In Senate: Received from House, 1719 ; referred, 1744 ; reported,

H. R. No. 8894
1940; discussed, 1977, 2192, 2218, 2221; recommitted, 2267;
reported, 2329; called up, 2559; discussed, 3058; passed with

To repeal certain parts of an act of the Legislature of Colorado amendment, 3060; agreed to by House, 3183 ; enrolled, 3183.

Territory entitled “ An act to locate the site and establish a

penitentiary for Colorado Territory.''-[By Mr. Chilcott.]

Referred, 1759.
To amend the act to provide a national currency.-[By Mr.

H. R. No. 890
To grant the right of way to the Denver Pacific Railway and

Telegraph Company.-[By Mr. Chilcott.]

Referred, 1759.
To remove political disability from John Young Brown.--[By Mr.

H. R. No. 891-
In regard to the title of individuals to public lands.-[By Mr.

Burleigh.]
To establish certain post routes in Ohio.-[By Mr. Lawrence, of

Referred, 1759.
H. R. No. 892-

Relating to the Alexandria.canal.-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
Referred, 1759; substitute reported, 8062; (see bill H, R. No.

1275.)
To reduce the expenses of the Navy of the United States.—[By H. R. No. 893–

Concerning invalid pensions and the time of the commencement

of the same.--[By Mr. Lincoln.] To indemnify owners of vessels for property sacrificed to save

Referred, 1759.
H. R. No. 894-

To reduce the expenses of the Government.--[By Mr. Van Wyck.]

Referred, 1760. To extend the provisions of the acts of July 22, 1861, and July 28,

H. R. No. 8951866, in relation to bounties. -- [ By Mr. Van Aernam.]

To repeal all duties on imported goat skips and Sicily sumac. –

[By Mr. Myers.] Referred, 1760.

enrolled, 3770. H. R. No. 870

H. R. No. 871–

Selye.]

Referred, 1716. H. R. No. 872

Mungen.]

Referred, 1716. H. R. No. 873–

Ohio.)

Referred, 1716. H. R. No. 874

Referred 1759. H. R. No. 876

human life at sea. [By Mr. Eliot.] Referred, 1759.

H. R. No. 876–

Referred, 1759.

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H. R. No. 896-
To incorporate the Mississippi Levee Railway and Steamship

H, R. No. 911-
Company, and to aid in the construction of levees on the

For the relief of John Kelly, of Patterson, Juniata county, Mississippi river.---[By Mr. Newcomb.]

Pennsylvania.--[By Mr. Miller.] Referred, 1759.

Referred, 1900. H, R. No. 897

H. R. No. 912– Concerning contracts and payments.-[By Mr. Baldwin.]

To authorize the payment of the claim of William H. Newman & Referred, 1760.

Co. and L. A. Van Hoffinan & Co., of New York city.--[By

Mr. Taber. ] H. R. No, 898

Referred, 1900. To extend the letters-patent of Henry Jenks for an improvement | H. R. No. 913

in the process of manufacturing wire grating.--[By Hr. Cake.] Referred, 1763.

Allowing a rehearing in patent cases before the district court of

the United States for the District of Columbia, and to allow H. R. No. 899

an appeal therefrom to the Supreme Court of the United Explanatory of an act entitled "An act to prevent frauds in the

States. --[By Mr. Miller.] collection of the tax on distilled spirits,' approved January

Referred, 1700; printed, 1960. 11, 1868.-[By Mr. Chanler.]

H. R. No. 914Referred, 1769.

For the relief of Mary Sheldon.-[By Mr. Koontz.) H. R. No. 900

Referred, 1900.
To exempt certain manufactures from internal tax.-[By Mr. H. R. No. 916--

Schenck.]
Read, reported, and recommitted, 1774; reported, 1794 ; dis-

To establish a post road in the State of Delaware.-[By Mr.

Nicholson.]
cussed, 1794 ; passed, 1796 ; passed Senate with ameudments, Referred, 1900.
2022; referred, 2022; reported, 2081; called up, 2082; H. R. No. 916–
discussed, 2099, 2103; amendments concurred in with
amendment, 2108; disagreed to by Senate, 2143; conference,

To amend an act entitled "An act to establish in the District of 2143; conference report, 2171, discussed 2171 ; agreed to by

Columbia a House of Correction for Boys."[By Mr. Welker.] House, 2175; disagreed to by Senate, 2207 ; new conference,

Referred, 1900. 2207; conference report, 2228; agreed to by Senate, 2227;

H. R. No. 917discussed, 2228 ; agreed to by 'House, 2231 ; enrolled, 2232

For the relief of Marinda Stage.-[By Mr. Buckland. ]
In Senate : Received from House, 1789; referred, 1789; reported,

Referred, 1900.
1887; discussed, 1913, 1944, 1978; passed with amendments, H. R. No. 918–
1992; non-concurred in by House, 2114; conference, 2114,

To establish a post road from New Holland, in Pickaway county, 2128; conference report, 2160; discussed, 2160, 2177; non

Ohio, via Clarksburg and Greenland, in Ross county, to concurred in by Senate, 2191 ; new conference, 2191, 2217;

Chillicothe, Ohio.--By Mr. Van Trump.] conference report, 2220; discussed, 2220, 2221 ; concurred in

Referred, 1900. by Senate, 2224 ; concurred in by House, 2227; enrolled, 2227. H. R. No. 901

H. R. No. 919

For the relief of Emily Gardner. [By Mr. Eckley.] Toamend an act supplementary to an act entitled "An act granting

Referred, 1900. pensions," &c., approved July 4, 1864.-[By Mr. Harding.) Referred, 1774.

H. R. No. 920H. R. No. 902–

For the relief of Major A. S. Thurnick.--[By Mr. Stokes. ]

Referred, 1900. Concerning the assignment of dower in the District of Columbia.- || H. R. No. 921–

(By Mr. Niblack.] Referred, 1774.

Refunding the amount paid by private subscription toward the

improvement of Michigan city, Indiana. -(By Mr. Colfax. ] H. R. No. 903—

Referred, 1900.
Authorizing the establishment of a bureau for mining the precious || H. R. No. 922–

metals and providing for its inauguration and support.-- [By
Mr. Johnson.]

In relation to the Supreme Court.--[By Mr. Washburn, of

Indiana.]
Referred, 1760.

Referred, 1700.
H. R. No. 904

H. R. No. 923– For the admission of the State of Alabama.-[By Mr. Stevens, of

To restore to certain parties their rights under the treaties and Pennsylvania.]

laws of the United States.--[By Mr. Johnson.]
Reported, 1790; discussed, 1818, 1828, 1862, 1869, 1934;

Referred, 1900; reported and recommitted, 2592.
recommitted, 1938 ; bill (H. R. No. 935) reported as substitute, H. R. No. 924–
1972.

Granting lands to aid in the construction of a canal in the State H. R. No. 905

of California.--[By Mr. Johnson.] To establish a national system of military education.--[By Mr.

Referred, 1900.
Garfield]

H. R. No. 925
Reported and recommitted, 1791.

To establish a district court at Lewisburg, West Virginia.—[By

Mr. Polsley. ] H. R. No. 906–

Referred, 1900. For the relief of Robert Lender, company B, twenty-fourth regiment Illinois infantry volunteers.

- [By Mr. Cullom.]

H. R. No. 926
Referred, 1791.

In relation to certain overflowed lands in King county, Washington

Territory.-[By Mr. Flanders.] H. R. No. 907–

Referred, 1900. To provide for the sale of certain lands and lots on the sea islands | H. R. No. 927

of Beaufort district, South Carolina.—[By Mr. Paine.]
Reported, 1791; discussed, 1791; passed, 1793.

For the relief of Isaac E. Higgins.(By Mr. Flanders. ]
In Senate : Received from House, 1812; referred, 1812 ; reported, || H. R. No. 928–

Referred, 1900.
4228.
H. R. No. 908—

Authorizing districts courts to be held at the cities of Evansville To reimburse the city of Milwaukee for expenses on the harbor

and New Albany, in the State of Indiana. (By Mr. Niblack.]

Referred, 1900.
of that city.-[By Mr. Paine.]

H. R. No. 929—
Referred, 1228.

To promote American commerce.-[By Mr. Pike.]
H. R, No. 909–

Referred, 1900; substitute reported, 2613; discussed, 2618, To establish a mail route between St. Louis, Missouri, and

2621, 3034; postponed, 3061; discussed, '3226, 3230, 3236; Hamburg, Illinois.-[By Mr. Burr.]

tabled,

3238. Referred, 1847.

H. R. No. 930H. R. No. 910—

In regard to interest on the public debt.--[By Mr. Butler, of
For the relief of the grantees of Ann D. Durding.-[By Mr.

Massachusetts. ]
Allison.]

Referred, 1900.
Referred, 1866 ; reported and passed, 3656 ; passed Senate, || H. R. No. 931—
4488; enrolled, 4496; approved, 4500.

To authorize the erection of a marine hospital at Cairo, Illinois.-
In Senate: Received from House, 3645; referred, 3645; reported

[By Mr. Raum.] and passed, 4452 ; enrolled, 4501.

Referred, 1900.

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