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Judiciary, the Comunittee on the. instructions to......

..91, 97, 153, 693, 694, 781, 891, 936, 1084,

1632, 1662, 1760, 2072, 2082, 2083, 2752 reports from

230, 478, 669,691,692, 1271, 1273, 1334, 1769, 1993, 2388, 2480, 2812, 3266, 3267, 3616,

3618, 3619, 3620, 3765, 3966, 3967, 4293 adverse reports from .........3267, 3616, 3618 discharged from subjects......

.132,

230, 668, 692, 3266 Judiciary act, bill (S. No. 213) to amend an

act entitled " An act to amend the, passed

on the 24th of September, 1789." received from Senate, 1828; passed with

amendment, 1859 ; discussion, 1881, 2059; agreed to by Senate, 1865 ; enrolled, 1866 ; vetoed, 2163, 2165; veto discussed, 2165;

passed over veto, 2170. remarks byMr. Brooks .....

.2166 Mr. Eldridge...... 2166, 2167, 2169, 2170 Mr. Fox ....

...2170 Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticat, 2168,2169 Mr. Hunter ...............

..2170 Mr. Kerr......

..2166 Mr. Maynard...

.....2166, 2170 Mr. O'Neill....

..2170 Mr. Pruyn.........................

2170 Mr. Schenck

.1859, 1860 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania...... 1859 Mr. Sitgreaves ..........................2170 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky........ 2170 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa...... .1859,

1860, 2165, 2166, 2168, 2169, 2170 Mr. Woodward..

.2165,

2166, 2167, 2169, 2170 yeas and nays on the ....... .....2170 amendment of the, of 1789, discussed in Com

mittee of the Whole. remarks by

Mr. Allison ........1883, 1884, 1885, 1886
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio........ ..1885
Mr. Blaine...........

1882, 1885 Mr. Blair......

1883, 1884 Mr. Boyer........1881, 1882, 1883, 1884,

1885, 2060, 2061, 2063, 2064, 2065 Mr. Eldridge. 2060, 2061, 2062, 2065 Mr. Holman.

1884, 1885 Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticut...... 2061 Mr. Kerr ..

1883 Mr. Maynard......1881, 1882, 2063, 2064 Mr. Niblack

..1885, 1886, 2060, 2062, 2064 Mr. Schenck..............1883, 1884, 1885 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania .......

1882 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa........ .2059,

2060, 2061, 2062, 2063, 2064, 2065 Mr. Wood................1886, 2064, 2065 Mr. Woodward......

2061,

2062, 2063, 2064 Judkiewicz, Moritz, joint resolution (H. R.

No. 27), to change the name of, to Morris

Judd-[By Mr. Buckland. ] indefinitely postponed by Senate, 388.

In Senate : indefinitely postponed, 372. Julian, George W., a Representative from Indiana.......

...........2 petitions presented by......

18, 267, 590, 1141, 1162, 1862, 2113,

2335, 2505, 2582, 3175, 3477, 3503 bills introduced by-No.267-to declare forfeited to the United

States certain lands granted to aid in the construction of railroads in the States of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida....

...95 No. 294-to fix the time for the election

of Representatives and Delegates in the

Congress of the United States........ 209 No. 370-to prevent the forther sale of ,

the public lands of the United States except as provided for in the preëmption and homestead laws and the laws for disposing of town sites and mineral lands.....

.........871 No. 498-to declare the Fort Jessup re

servation of lands restored to the United States and subject to homestead entry and seulement.....

... ... ............. 1.637

Julian, George W., a Representative from In- || Julian, George W., a Representative from Indiana- Continued.

diana- Continued. bills introduced by

motions made by.....

..474, No. 934-amendatory of the act entitled

571, 936, 1631, 1693, 1861, 2383, "An act to secure homesteads to actual

2387, 2544, 2812, 2814, 2810, 3793 settlers on the public domain,'' approved incidental remarks by ... ..... 309, 310, May 20, 1862, and of the acts amenda.

312, 869, 1161, 1631, 1668, 1763, tory thereof, approved March 21, 1864,

1861, 2071, 2480, 2527, 2753, 3132, and January 21, 1866.................. 1960

3223, 3397, 3524, 3588, 3598, 4081 No. 1114—to provide for annexing certain remarks on the resolution to allow members

territory to the Territory of New Mex. to inspect papers in the Post Office ico.........

.......2569 Department... ......... 9, 11, 107 No. 1118—to confirm to J. M. Hutchings on the resolution for the impeachment of

and J. C. Lamon their preëmption claims the President, reported from the Judi. in the Yosemite valley, California.., 2585 ciary Committee...

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

..... 66, 67 No. 1155-declaring the lands constituting on the bill to declare forfeited certain land the Fort Jessup military reservation, in grants........

...... 95, 117, 310, the State of Lonisiana, subject to home.

311, 312, 673, 694, 695, 696, 697, stead entry and settlement...........2813

806, 807, 808, 810, 811, 812, 813, No. 1257---relative to lands sold for non

840. 841, 967, 970, 977, 979, 985 payment of Federal taxes or under a (See Appendix.) judgment or decree of the courts of the on the joint resolution concerning MichiUnited States in the States lately in re- gan and Wisconsin land grants.. bellion ....... ..............,3132 personal and explanatory... .

129 No. 1266-to aid in ascertaining the value on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), 215

of certain public lands.................3164 on the bill to prevent further sales of the No. 1276—for the sale of the Hot Springs

public lands....

....... 371, reservation in Arkansas...............3223

508, 588, 1693, 1712, 1715, No. 1379—to aid in ascertaining the value

2380, 2382, 2383, 2384, 2387 of certain public lands in Story county, on the bill in relation to islands in the in the State of Nevada..........

...3883

Great Mianıi river ........, 508, 509, 1427 joint resolutions introduced by

on bill to abolish certain land offices, 538 No. 99—to allow members of Congress on the bill amendatory of the homestead to inspect papers in the Post Office law

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

....540 Department......

......... 9 on the order of business..........539, 2828 No. 227-enabling actual settlers to pur- on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad chase certain lands obtained of the

bill......... ..............569, 570, 571 Great and Little Osage Indians.....1703 on the bill to provide for appointment of a No. 259--relative to lands purporting to marshal for District of Columbia....671

have been sold under treaties with the on the legislative appropriation bill, 1052

Cherokee aod other Indian tribes, 2407 on the resolution reported for the impeach-
No. 286-relative to the lands of the ment of the President .................. 1386

Cherokee and Great and Little Osage on the articles of impeachment.........1613
Indians........

..........2814 (See Appendix.).
No. 313-respecting treaties hereafter to on questions relating to impeachment,
be made between the United States and

1619, 1632, 1633 the Indian tribes ......

..... 3652 on the joint resolution relating to the resolations submitted by~

Osage Indian lands.....1703, 1704, 1705 in relation to further sales of the public on the Walla Walla and Columbia rail. lands, railroad grants, and homestead road bill..........

2380 settlements-(December 9, 1867).....97 on the Puget Sound railroad bill....... 2442, calling anew for information respecting

2443, 2445 the disposition of the swamp lands of on the bill to confirm certain claims in the southern States-[December 12, Yosemite valley......... 2585, 2816, 2817

155 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a instructing Committee on the Post Office recusant witness...........

and Post Roads to inquire into the ex. on the Indian appropriation bill......... 2684 pediency of totally abolishing the frank- on the bill in relation to Fort Jessup resing privilege-[January 22, 1868]....694 ervation

.2813 instructing Committee on Education and on the bill concerning land office in Utalı Labor to inquire into the expediency Territory .....

........ 2813, 2814 of providing by law for a general sys. on the joint resolution relative to the tem of education in the distriets lately Cherokee and Osage Indian lands, 2814, in rebellion-[January 22, 1868].....694

2815, 2816 in reference to the fees now required of on bill concerning homesteads....2828, 2829 claimants under the homestead law

(See Appendix.) [February 26, 1868)................ ..1449 concerning the sale of Osage Indian lands, that there be paid to George D. Blakey

3264, 3265 $2,500 for time spent and expenses in- on the bill relating to the sale of the Cali. curred in contesting, a seat as Repre- fornia and Oregon railroad............ 3377 sentative from the third district of Ken- on the joint resolution in regard to treaties tucky-[March 23, 1868].........., 2071 with Indians .........

....3552 calling for information in regard to a on the bill to improve the Mississippi treaty now being negotiated between

river .....

.3889 the Great and Little Osage Indians and on land bounties.............................

... 4017 a special Indian commission-(June 1, (See Appendix. ) 1868]..........

...oni.....2753 on the bill for the sale of the Hot Springs in relation to the Pottawatomie Indian

reservation

.....4083, 4084 lands--[July 7, 1868).................3786 leave of absence granted to........2287, 4083 proposing an evening session for the pur- | Juries, bill (H. R. No. 190) to provide for,

pose of receiving and considering the in certain cases in the District of Colum-
report of the Committee on the Public bia--(By Mr, Welker.]
Lands on the Sutro tunnel-[July 13, reported, 229,
1868).............

.4004 bill (H. R. No. 105) to regulate the selecin relation to extending the preëmption tion of, for the several courts of the Dis

and homestead laws of the United trict of Columbia-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
States over the Territory of Alaska- In Senate : indefinitely postponed, 242.
(July 15, 1868]......

..4081 bill (H. R. No. 750) to provide for, in cer. reports made by

.... 95,

tain cases in the District of Columbia 105, 310, 688, 590, 1834, 1708, 1927, [By Mr. Welker.] .1972, 2685, 2812, 2818, 2614, 2816 referred, 1217.

1867).....

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Jurisdietion, bill (H. R. No. 263) amendatory || Jurors-Continued.

Kelley, William D., a Representative from of the organic act of Idaho Territory by bill (H. R. No. 480) in relation to the pay Pennsylvania...... extending the, of justices of the peace

of grand and petit, in the District of petitions presented by, 98, 119, 144, 267, 403, [By Mr. Holbrook.]

Columbia-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

552, 815, 980, 998, 1485, 1558, 1644, 1968, referred, 90; reported, printed, and recom- referred, 636 ; reported and passed, 2163; 1693, 1775, 1833, 1862, 1989, 2006, 2030,

mitted, 692; reported, 3618; passed, 3619. indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175. 2487, 2686, 2757, 3462, 3900, 4435, 4501 In Senate: received from House, 3630; re- In Senate: received from House, 2149 ; bills introduced byferred, 3632.

referred, 2176 ; referred anew, 3213 ; No. 318—to amend an act to establish a bill (H. R. No. 111) relating to the, of the reported adversely and indefinitely post- uniform system of bankruptcy.... courts of the United States—[By Mr. poned, 4093.

No.566-to incorporate the Grüetti Society Poland.]

bill (S. No. 464) in relation to qualification of. of Washington, District of Columbia, 780 committee discharged, 230; referred received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544. No. 567—to incorporate the Swiss Benevoanew, 230,

Justice, bill (H. R. No. 610) to establish a lent Society of Washington, District of bill (H. R. No. 354) to amend an act enti- department of-[By Mr, Junckes, 1

Columbia..........

... 780 tled "An act to restrict the, of the Court referred, 934.

No. 653— for the relief of Felix A. Salter, of Claims, and to provide for the pay- | Justices of the peace, bill (H. R. No. 263)

935 ment of certain demands for quarter- amendatory of the organic act of Idaho No. 781—to establish a uniform system of master's stores and subsistence supplies Territory by extending the jurisdiction coins......... furnished to the armies of the United of-[By Mr. Holbrook.)

No. 968—for the coinage of nickel.copper States," approved July 4, 1864-[By referred, 90; reported, printed, and recom

pieces of five cents and under........2109 Mr. Allison.]

mitted, 692; reported, 3618; passed, 3619. No. 1445--to promote the establishment referred, 331.

In Senate : received from House, 3630; of an international metrical system of bill (H. R. No. 388) to amend an act enti- referred, 3632

coinage...........

4293 . iled "An act to extend, of the district

K.

joint resolution introduced bycourts of the United States in certain || Kaiser, George, bill (H. R. No. 1367) for the

No. 163—relating to orphans of soldiers cases on the lakes and navigable waters relief of-[By Mr. Stokes.)

and pensioners...

....637 connecting with the same," approved February 20, 1845—[By Mr. Judd.] reported and passed, 3763.

resolutions submitted by In Senate : received from House, 3770;

calling for a report of the amount of Gov. referred, 473, bill (H. R. No. 478) to amend an act entireferred, 3771.

ernment funds that remained on deposit

in national banks on the first day of iled "An act extending the, of the disKane, Aloysius J., bill (H. R. No. 467) grant

each month from the 30th of June, 1866, trict courts to certain cases upon the ing a trial by court-martial to, late ensign

to the 31st of October, 1867—[December lakes and navigable waters connecting in the Navy-[By Mr. Miller.]

4, 1867)..............

26 the same, approved February 26, || Kaneday, Henry, bill (H. R. No. 671) grantreferred, 636.

in reference to Bingham's surge reliever1845–[By Mr. Judd.]

[January 27, 1868]....

783 referred, 636.

ing a pension to the widow of-[By Mr. in reference to the claim of B. W. Perjoint résolution (H. R. No. 192) relating to Van Aernam.]

kins-[February 10, 1868). .... 1092 claims arising from Indian depredations

reported and passed, 1042 ; passed Senate and to restrict the, of the Court of with amendments, 3340; agreed to, 3692;

calling for the report of Eliot C. Cowden,

commissioner to the Paris Exposition Claims-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] enrolled, 3702; approved, 3809.

of 1867, on silk and silk manufacturesreferred, 935. In Senate : received from House, 1038; re

[February 18, 1868)......

1243 bill (H. R. No. 720) to amend an act enti

ferred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with

inquiring the amount of public money on tled "An act to extend the, of district | Keck, John A., bill (H. R. No. 236) granting amendments, 3320; enrolled, 3688.

deposit in national banks at the end of courts to certain cases upon the lakes,"

each month from October 31, 1867— &c., passed February 26, 1845—[By a pension to, late a private in the third

(June 27, 1868].........

vị...........3556 Mr. Humphrey.)

Missouri cavalry-[By Mr. Benjamin.] in reference to restrictions and charges referred, 1127. referred, 90; substitute reported and passed,

upon the passage of vessels of war and bill (H. R. No. 849) to amend an act enti735 ; passed Senate with amendments,

commerce through the straits of the tled "An act extending the, of the dis

3336; concarred in 3477 ; enrolled, 3484 ; Dardanelles and Bosphorus to the Black trict courts to certain cases upon the approved, 3809.

sea- [July 6, 1868].

43764 lakes and navigable waters connecting

In Senate : received from House, 731; re- motions made by.....3758, 4479, 4485, 4523 the same, approved February 20, ferred, 764; reported, 1311 ; passed with incidental remarks by.

... 27, 834, 1845–[By Mr. Cook.] amendments, 3317; concurred in by

1084, 1301, 1019, 1633, 1858. 2412, referred, 1631; reported adversely, 3616. House, 3466 ; enrolled, 3521.

2752, 3556, 4379, 4470, 4476, 4477 Keenan, James, bill (H. R. No. 432) for the resolution directing Committee on the Judi

remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from relief of-[By Mr. Robinson.] ciary to consider the expediency of ex

internal tax.........................15, 28, 898 tending the, of the court of the United | Keller, Robert V., bill (H. R. No. 209) for referred, 475.

on the order of business ..

..............26, 209 States for the district of Kansas over

on the bill constituting eight hours a day's the relief of, of Neosho, Missouri --(By work........

335 the Indian territory in the State of Mr. Gravely.) Kansas--[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas,

on the supplementary reconstruction bill March 4, 1868.] referred, 51.

(H. R. No. 439)

.....597, 663 agreed to, 1662.

Kelley, Ann, bill (S. No. 291) granting a pen. on the President's message......., 609, 745 sion to, widow of Bernard Kelley.

on the bill to regulate the deposit of pubjoint resolution (H. R. No. 310) limiting received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1809;

lic moneys......

.......804 'the, of the Court of Claims to the loyal citizens of the State of Arkansas—[By Kelley, Charles V., bill (H. R. No. 1267) for reported and passed, 3892; enrolled, 3948. on the bill concerning land grants to

southern railroads Mr. Hinds. ]

....870, the relief of-[By Mr. Paine.]

871, 872, 972, 973 referred, 3524 ; reported and passed, 3967. In Senate : received from House, 3956 ; || Kelley, John, bill (H. R. No. 454) granting a referred, 3164.

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1050,

1110, 1111, 1112 referred, 3982. joint resolution (H. R. No. 348) to extend

pension to-[By Mr. Perham.]

on the consular and diplomatic appropri. reported and passed, 592; passed Senate, ation bill ...

......... 1221 the provisions of the act of July 4, 1864,

3336 ; enrolled, 8375; approved, 3731. on the resolution concerning contracts of limiting the, of the Court of Claims to In Senate : received from House, 627; re

the Post Office Department.........1295 the loyal citizens of the State of North

ferred, 632; reported, 1404 ; passed, 3318; on the naval appropriation bill........ 1319, Carolina-[By Mr. Jones, of North Carenrolled, 3859.

1320, 1420, 1421 olina.]

bill (H. R. No. 911) for the relief of, of on the resolution reported for the impeachreferred, 4252.

Patterson, Juniata county, Pennsylva- ment of the President, 1346, 1847, 1948 joint resolution (H. R. No. 355) to extend nia-[By Mr. Miller.]

on the civil appropriation bill... 1475,1510 to the State of Louisiana the provisions referred, 1900.

on the impeachment protest... ..1619, of an act of Congress approved July 4, Kelley, Michael, bill (S. No. 323) granting a

1682, 1633 1864, entitled "An act to restrict the, pension to.

on the articles of impeachment ...... 1603 of the Court of Claims, and to provide received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869; on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. for the payment of certain demands for reported and passed, 3104; enrolled, 3144. Bụtler)......... quartermasters' stores," &c.--[By Mr. Kelley, Samuel, bill (S. No. 108) for the relief on the bill for the relief of the heirs of Sypher.] of Henry Greathouse and.

General Duncan L. Clinch . ....... 1608 referred, 4335.

received from Senate, 232; referred, 362; on the bill to exempt certain manufac. Jurors, bill (H. R. No. 327) to amend the act reported and passed with amendment, tures from tax............. 1796, 2106, 2174

providing for the pay of, in the circuit and 1705; disagreed to by Senate, 1958; con- on the bill for the admission of Alabaina, district courts of the United States---[By ference, 1859, 1860; conference report,

1819 Mr. Coburn.]

2132; concurred in by Senate, 2108; con ou the report on the cancellation and de. referred, 286.

curred in by Houre. 219:2; enrolled, 2143. struction of United States bonds wi1854

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cases

Kelley, William D., & Representative from Kelsey, William H., a Representative from Pennsylvania-Continued.

New York-Continued. remarks on the bill for the relief of W. W. reinarks on the impeachment trial--alleged Holden and others.

.1931

corrupt practices ............. .2503, 2504 on the bill to guaranty a republican form on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a of government.......

.1958,
recusant witness.......

2579 1959, 1964, 1966, 1971, 1972 on the river and harbor bill... ..3203 on the bill to admit Alabama to repre- on the resolution of adjournment to July, sentation in Congress... 2139, 2140, 2194

3615 on the joint resolution for the protection on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), of fishing vessels........ ..... 2378, 2379

8726, 3728, 3938 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...... 2420, on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

2753, 2755 and Chickasaw Indians....... ..3854 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy

on the bill in relation to New York war of the impeachment proceedings... 2532 claims.........

.....3945 on the bill for the relief of Palemon John, on the fanding bill...4217, 4226, 4310, 4311

2539 on the bill providing for the pay of tem. on the Indian appropriation bill. ....., 2708 porary clerks.......

.4389, 4390, 4494 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284) .....8399, leave of absence granted to ......... 171, 2592

8400, 3487, 3488, 8526, 8533, 3534 Kentucky, protest of Legislatore of, against on the joint resolution for the relief of the injustice of refusing their representa.

certain contractors for iron-clads... 4414 tion in the House of Representatives, 2133 on the bill to regulate the duties on copper Kerr, Michael C., a Representative from Inores....... ..4495 diana.......

.2 leave of absence granted to

. 1866, petitions presented by ............. ......... 163, 2217, 2543, 2753

842, 1142, 2083, 2537, 2582, 3273 Kellogg, Francis W., a Representative from bills introduced by Alabama........

.4178, 4298, 4334 No. 228---for the relief of Robert McKelsey, William H., A Representative from Creary

........................89 New York.....

.2 No. 229--to regulate the compensation of petitions presented by.

.37, 163,

assistant assessors and assistant col. 452, 562, 815, 845, 1094, 1620, 1775,

lectors of internal revenue in certain 2176, 2288, 2306, 2018, 2371, 3073

...........89 bills introduced by

No. 280—to grant a pension to Margaret No 210.- for the relief of Amelia A.

Huston .......

.154 Locke...........

.......89 No. 293-to regulate and limit the admi. No. 529-granting a pension to Sarah E. ralty jurisdiction of the district courts of

Pickell, widow of the late Colonel John the United States in certain cases... 209
Pickell..........

......... 778 No. 341-to amend the twelfth section of No. 621-to authorize the building of a the soldiers' bounty law as contained in military and postal railroad from Wash

au act making appropriations for sandry ington, District of Columbia, to the civil expenses of the Government for the city of New York ......... .... 934 year ending June 30, 1867, approved No. 1047-to fix the compensation of cer- July 28, 1866...

.331 tain consular officers, to provide for No. 342-to establish certain post routes, their supervision and the verification of

331 their accounts, and to prohibit their No. 1036—to amend the sixth section of

collection of fees not authorized by the act of July 4, 1864, on the subject : law ........

.... 2406

of pensions, so as to authorize pensions No. 1287– to provide for funding the to be granted in certain cases from the

national debt, and for taxing the inter- date of the discharge or death of the est-bearing bonds hereafter issued by

soldier

2362 the United States, and for other pur- No. 1095—to establish a certain post route poses..

...... 3363
in Indiana......

2327 resolutions subnjitted-by

No. 1106—to authorize the registration of Calling for information in regard to the the bark Carlota as an American vessel, appointment of any person as special

2369 agent to take charge of the post office No. 1280—for the relief of Lieutenant at Penn Yan, New York-[February 1, Leonidas Smith, late of the twenty-sec. 1868]

901

ond regiment Indiana volunteer infantry, for causing the gas over the Hall to be

3327 lighted by electricity - [February 22, No. 1281-for the relief of Jacob Briggs, 1868]. von.................... 1834

3327 report made by....

.4494 joint resolution introduced bymotions made by.... 452, 456, 606, No. 215_concerning the bridge across the 934, 1086, 1667, 1668, 2349, 3943

Ohio at the head of the falls of that incidental remarks by..

.117, 984,
river .......

1449 1972, 2289, 8375, 3440, 3441, 3852, resolutions submitted by

3888, 4007, 4052, 4253, 4412, 4429 in reference to compensation of acting remarks on the resolution for the impeach

assessors and collectors-[December 5, ment of the President, reported from

1867] ....

......53 the Indiciary Committee........... 65, 68 in reference to a ship-canal around the on the President's message... 371, 456, 606 falls of the Ohio-[December 12, 1867), on the bill defining a quorum of the Su.

152 preme Court.....

.478 instructing Committee of Ways and Means on the order of business. ......901, to inquire into the expediency of so

1668, 1689, 2291, 2635, 2542, 2543, 3346 amending the internal revenue law as to on the legislative appropriation bill...1089, exempt from payment of stamp duty all

1090, 3697, 8698, 8725 official bonds executed to corporations, on the consular and diplomatic appropria: &c., organized for benevolent purposes tion bill.........

.1224
[December 12, 1867).............

.162 on the resolution reported for the impeach- instructing Committee on Military Affairs

ment of the President...............1365 to inquire into the expediency of retainon the resolution relating to the rights of ing in the military force of the United American citizens abroad.............

.1420

States the Veteran Reserve corps as it on the civil appropriation bill...........1511 is now organized, &c.--[December 19, on the articles of impeachment........1642 1867]

..295 on Post Office appropriation bill, 1635,1636 instrueting Committee on the Judiciary to on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. inquire into the expediency of giving

Butler)........ ..... 1667, 1689, 1690 power by law to the Supreme Court of during call of the House...... is....2805

the United States to direct that decisions

Kerr, Michael C., a Representative from In:

diana- Continued. which they consider have no intrinsic value for the profession or the country shall not be reported—[January 22, 1868].......

.....693 that Samuel E. Smith is nos entitled to a

seat as a Represeutative from the second district of Kentucky-[January 31, 1868)...

.899 that John Young Brown is entitled to ad

mission and to take the oath of office as a Representative from the second dis

trict of Kentucky-[January 31, 1868), calling for any report made, in pursuance

of joint resolntion No. 20, approved March 29, 1867, in reference to a shipcanal around the falls of the Ohio river-

[February 18, 1868)..................... 1244 in reference to amending the internal rev

enue law in relation to the transfer or assignment of special license receipts,

&c.-[March 31, 1868)................: 2228 in reference to reducing the excessive and

uneqnal tax imposed by existing laws upon private banks and banks organized and doing business under State laws,

&c.-[March 31, 1868)................2228 in relation to members of Congress ap:

pearing as attorneys in Government

cases-[June 1, 1868)............. .2702 that John D. Young was duly elected from

the ninth district of Kentucky, and should be admitted upon taking the oath prescribed—[June 22, 1868)..

........5375 motions made by ........443, 1619, 2070, 2725 incidental remarks by.. :282, 291, 315,

366, 489, 936, 1449, 1972, 1973, 2045, 2106, 2226, 2406, 2686, 2752, 3327, 3337,

4186, 4216, 4253, 4259, 4342, 4472, 4474 remarks on the Kentucky election (case of Grover and Knott)..

.........13 on the bill to exempt cotton from internal tax......

32 on the President's message, 193, 466, 2725 on the bill to facilitate the payment of bounties ......

...,836, 341, 339 on the resolution authorizing the sale of iron-clads............

..., 3C0 on the Missouri election (case of Birch vs.

Van Horn)......................400, 401, 402 on the case of Rev. John McMahon...420 on the joint resolution to provide for the

examination of distillery meters... ...426 on the Kentucky election (case of Symes vs. Trimble)

...450 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439),

511, 517, 642, 550, 578,

579, 580, 581, 595, 602 on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood,

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

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

938, 940, 941, 942, 943, 1161 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee vs. Young)

.666, 691, 2073, 3223, 3330, 3333, 3336,

3337, 3338, 3339, 3340, 3375 on the Kentucky election( case of Samuel E. Smith).....

.... 1186, 1194 on the resolution reported for ibe impeach

ment of the President, 1312, 1346, 1398 (See Appendix.) on the articles of impeachment, 1546, 1547,

1564, 1565, 1615, 1617, 1618.

1619, 1642, 1643, 1659, 1601 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.

Butler)......1664, 1665, 1690, 1693, 1708 on the bill for the sale of the Sea Island lots........

........1792, 1798 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri. can citizens abroad...

.1806 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's Bureau ....

.1813, 1998 on the bill for the admission of Alabaina,

1819, 1820, 1821,1938, (not published.) on questions relating to impeachment, 1869 on the amendment of the judiciary act,

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Kerr, Michael C., a Representative from la Kirchner, Gallus, joint resolution (H. R. No, Koontz, William H., a Representative from diape--Continued.

176) for the relief of, of Indiana-[By Mr. Pennsylvania-Continued. remarks on the bill to guaranty a republican Hunter.]

bills introduced by form of government........ 1972, 1973 referred, 779.

No.-685supplementary to an act to in. on the bill to admit Alabama to representa. Kirk, Colouel George W., bill (H. R. No. 1438) corporate the Newsboys' Home....1083 tion in Congress.......

...2138, for the relief of, of Tennessee-[By Mr. No. 686—to incorporate the Columbia 2139, 2143, 2193, 2194, 2195, 2198 Butler, of Tennessee.]

! Savings Institution vi......... - ... 1083 on the order of business......... 2225, 3381 referred, 4215.

No. 914-for the relief of Mary Sheldon, on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. Kirkpatrick, Robert T., joint resolution (H.

1900 Morgan)..

.2288, 2571, R. No. 109) authorizing the Secretary of No. 1111-granting a pension to Mrs. 2676, 2779, 2781, 2783, 2785, War to audit and pay the claim of, a loyal Christina Dickey.............. ... 2569

2787, 2789, 2808, 2809, 2810 citizen of Nashville, Tennessee-[By Mr. No. 1112--to incorporate the Washington on bill to admit North Carolina, de., 2465 Trimble, of Tennessee.]

Benevolent Life Association ..... 2569 during call of the House ....... .2644, referred, 89.

No. 425--for the relief of Mary A. Filler, 2645, 2646, 2647 | Kitchen, Bethuel M., a Representative from

2690 on the Indian appropriation bill, 2711, 2712 West Virginia.......

163 No. 1259-amendatory of the homestead on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1281) ......8837 petitions presented by........

...163,

law...

..............ci o anu......3164 on bill to limitadmiralty jurisdiction, 3617 1162, 1830, 1558, 1693, 1910, 2143, 2848 No. 1435-granting & pension to Mary on the Missouri contested election (case bill introduced by

Jane Liggett......

b... 4172 of Switzler vs. Anderson)..., 4132, 4215 No. 1426—for the better protection of life joint resolution introduced by: on the Missouri contested election (case in the Navy......,

..4001 No. 127-relative to furnishing meters to of Hogan vs. Pile)............. 4335, 4382 motion made by.

1250
certain distillers........

.230 on the resolution for an investigation of remarks during call of the House.........8416 report made by.....

m.s..................... 131 disbursement of contingent fund, 4427 leave of absence granted to ...............

.2236, motions made by........372, 1426, 1620, 4492 on the bill for the relief of Israel T.

2804, 2575, 4182 incidental remarks by ........

.229, Canby's sureties .................4432, 4433 Knapp, Zephaniah, bill (H. R. No. 275) for

667, 668, 2029, 3331, 3375, 3658, 3888 leave of absence granted to ...............1711, the relief of, of Pittston, Luzerne county, remarks on the order of business......... 229, 2948, 3478, 3597 Pennsylvania-[By Mr. Woodward.]

267, 4390 Ketebam, Eliza, joint resolution (H. R. No. referred, 152.

on the resolution to provide for the ex360) relative to the accounts of George þill (H!. R. No. 776) granting a pension to, amination of distillery meters..... 423 P. Putnam and-[By Mr. Washburn, of of Luzerue county, Pennsylvania-[By on the supplementary reconstruction bill Massachusetts.]

Mr. Miller.]

(H. R. No. 439). .......... 598, 041 referred, 4469,

reported and passed, 1297 ; passed Sen. (See Appendix.) Ketcham, John H., a Representative from New ate, 3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, on drawing for seats........ York... .............................. 2 8731.

on the articles of impeachment... - 1607, petitions presented by...... ..........144, In Senate : received from House, 1292;

1616, 1620 1620, 2083, 2652, 8238, 3381 referred, 1308; reported, 1669 ; passed, on the bill to exempt certain manufac. bill introduced by

3322; enrolled, 3369.

tures from tax.....................2103 No. 1278-providing for the appointment Knott, J. Procter, a Representative from Ken. during call of the House............... 2617 of a comunission to examine and report tucky.....

on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolution, upon certain claims of the State of New petitions presented by.....217, 815, 876, 1054

2937 York........... .3294 incidental remarks by.

... 3415 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2915, joint resolution introduced byremarks personal and explanatory .........690

2955, 3142 No. 203-reducing the expenses of the on the death of Hon. Thomas E. Noell, a on the tax bil (H. R. No. 1284).......3443, War Department

.1160
Representative from Missouri......... 699

3444, 3451, 3490, 3491, 4089 reports made by .........132, 2080, 3294, 3944 on the Kentucky election (case of John on the joint resolution relative to lighting motions made by .........592, 3294 Young Brown).. ..............912, 915

the streets of Washington........... 4052, incidental remarks by...... ....664 on the bill to guaranty. a republican form

4429, 4477 remarks on the joint resolution reducing the of government

. 1961 leave of absence granted to .......1183, 2833 expenses of the War Department, 1160, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2881, 2883 | Kryolite, joint resolution (H. R. No. 817) to

1161 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee admit, into the United States free of dutyon the bill in relation to New York war vs. Young).

.690 [By Mr. Bingham.) claims ......

.3944, 3945 during call of the House.... 3415 referred, 3588. leave of absence granted to ........1866, 3658 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).

Kuklux Klan, resolution concerning armed Kiernan, James L., resolution instructing Com. leave of absence granted to..... .2234

organizations known as the, and the outmittee of Claims to examine the claim of, Kolb, Henry, joint resolution (H. R. No. 252) rages committed by them upon white and for services and expenses due him as con providing for the admission of, to the Sole colored Unionists in the State of Tennessul at Chin-Kiang, ia China-[By Mr. diers' Home~[By Mr. Paine.]

-[By Mr. Arnell, February 4, 1868.) Shanks, May 2, 1868.] referred, 2807; reported adversely, 2677. agreed to, 967.

23 adopted, 2349. Koontz, William H., a Representative from

L. Kindred, Edward, bill (H. R. No. 197) to Pennsylvania ....

.208 Labor--see Day's Work. authorize the Secretary of the Interior to petitions presented by.

.342, || Laborers, resolution authorizing the Doorplace the name of, of Peoria, Illinois, on

552, 648, 1741, 2582, 2726, 3318 keeper to transfer, from the folding to the the pension-roll-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] bills introduced by+'

laborers' room-[Mr. Washburne, of Illicommittee discharged, referred anew, 152. No. 287-in reference to acknowledgment nois, January 21, 1868. ] King, Martha E., joint resolution (H. R. No. of deeds and other instruments in the agreed to, 664. 256) for the relief of-[By Mr. Boyer.]

District of Columbia................... 208 bill (H. R. No. 743) for the relief of colored, reported, 2678; passed, 2678; enrolled, 4435; No. 336-for the relief of Lavinia J. Mcll

on Fort Cleveland, near Carthage, Tenapproved, 4498.

vaine

.380

nessee, in 1864-[By Mr. Stokes.] In Senate : received from House, 2690; re- No. 424-amendatory of an aet entitled referred, 1217.

ferred, 2701; referred anew, 2759; re- "An act for the relief of certain drafted Laflin, Addison H., a Representative from ported, 4228; passed, 4870; enrolled, 4448.

..... 475 New York ........

2 Kingsbury, Robert B., bill (H. R. No. 557) No. 420.-authorizing the Secretary of the petitions presented by........... 195, 452, for the relief of—[By Mr. Hubbard, of Treasury to settle account of Sergeant

1068, 1229, 1369, 1402, 1485, 1620, West Virginia.] Henry Drenning, late of company K,

1759, 1974, 2006, 2075, 2233, 4264 referred, 779.

fifty-fifth Pennsylvania volunteers... 475 joint resolutions introduced by Kinsel, Christine, bill (H. R. No. 617) grant.

No. 426—for the relief of Robert E. No. 116—providing for the printing of the ing a pension to, widow of Erastus Kinsel, Sheads...........................

......475 postal contracts of the Government.... 90 deceased, late private company A, one No. 427-to incorporate the Washington No. 120-rin regard to the publication of hundred and twenty-fifth regiment Penn. Benevolent Butchers' Association of the postal conventions made with foreign sylvania volunteers--(By Mr. Miller.]

District of Columbia ........

....... 475
Governments.........

152 referred, 934.

No. 466--for the relief of William Spon. resolutions submitted by Kinsel, Erastus, bill (H. R. No. 775) granting sler, late a private in company B, one for printing one thousand extra copies of

a pension to the widow and minor children hundredth regiment Pennsylvania vol. the acts of Congress relating to loans of-(By Mr, Polsley.}

unteers...................................

.... 636 and currency from 1842 to 1867, inclureported and passed, 1297 ; passed Senate No. 602- to incorporate the congregation sive, including all loan bills passed since

with amendments, 3840 ; agreed to, 3692 ; of the First Presbyterian church of . 1790, and the amount issued under enrolled, 3702; approved, 3809.

Washington ..........

........... 667 them(December 10. 1867 j. ....... 105 In Senate : received from House, 1292; re- No.620--providing for dredging a part of authorizing Committee on Printing to em.

ferred, 1308 : reported, 1669; passed, 8822; the channel of the Potomac river by ploy a clerk at the usual rate of com. enrolled, 8688.

convict labor..... .........984 pensation-[January 28, 1868)...... 800 40TH CONG. 2D SESS.

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Laflin, Addison H., a Representative from Lafin, Addison H., à Representative from Land Office 'report, resolution in reference to
New York-Continued.
New York-Continued.

the distribution of the, in Europe [By resolutions submitted by

remarks on the resolution to print the report Mr. Dommelly, December 9, 1867.1 for printing extra copies of the report on of J. Ross Browne......2130, 2131, 2132 adopted, 97.

the commercial relations of the United on the motion to print Manager Butler's resolution for printing, for 1867--[By Mr. States with foreign nations for the last argument on the impeacbment trial, Higby, June 30, 1868. ] current year--[March 4, 1868)...... 1661

2228, 2232 referred, 3613; reported and adopted, for printing the communication from the on printing the report of J. W. Taylor 4409.

State Department in relation to the trial upon mineral resources... ...... 2872 || Land offices, bill (H. R. No. 278) to abolish and conviction of American citizens in leave of absence granted to ........2233, 2303 the, at Chillicothe, Ohio, Indianapolis, Great Britain and Ireland-[March 4, Lakes, joint resolution (8. R. No. 108) relat, Judiana, and Springfield, Illinois-[By 1868)..........

............1661 ing to the survey of the northern and Mr. Cary.] directing the Congressional Printer to fur- northwestern.

referred, 153, substitute reported and passed, nish copies of the trial of impeachment, received from Senate, 1473; passed, 1504 ; 538. &c.-[March 13, 1868]....

...... 1868
enrolled, 1685.

In Senate: received from House, 520; refor printing fifteen ihousand three hundred Lamar, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1405) grant. ferred, 552

copies of the report of J. Rogs Browne ing a pension to-[By Mr. Beatty.] Land scrip, joint resolution (H. R. No. 856) on the mineral resources-[March 26, reported and passed, 8894 ; passed Senate, relative to, in the Sate of South Caro1868]........

.......... 2130 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497. Jina-[By Mr. Whittemore.] for printing five hundred copies of the In Senate: "received from House and re. referred, 4412. C! ** 'report of the commission on life-saving ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4369; | Land titles, bill.(H. R. No. 760) to amend an inventions--[March 26, 1868]......2130 enrolled, 4443.

act entitled "An act to quiet, in Califorfor printing the communication from the La Marsh, John, bill (H. R. No. 1401) grant

nia," approved July 23, 1861–[By Mr. Secretary of the Navy relative to claims ing a pension to- - [By Mr. Beatty. ]

Johnson.] for prize money-[May 12, 1868], 2429 reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate, referred, 1217. for printing extra copies of the bill to re- 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497.

Land warrant, bill (H. R. No. 41) to authorduce into one act and amend the laws In Senate: received from House and re- ize the issue of a patent on, No. 46318, relating to internal tax-[May 12, 1868), ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed,

for one hundred and sixty acres, under 2429 4369; enrolled, 4443.

the act of 1847-{By Mr. Julian.) for printing extra copies of the report of Lamon, J. C., bill (H. R. No. 1118) to confirm

reported, 312. the Commissioner of Patents-[June 5, 1868]..........

to J. M. Hutchings and, their preëmption Land warrants, bill (H. R. No. 568) explana.......... 2872

claims in the Yosemite valley, California, tory of the act entitled "An act derlaring for printing report of the Smithsonian [By Mr. Julian. ]

the title to, in certain cases," --[By Mr. 1. Institution-{June 5, 1868).......... 2872 reported and recommitted, 2585; reported,

Smith.) for prioting extra copies of the majority i and minority reports on the treaty with

2816 ; passed, 2817.

referred, 780; reported and passed, 3618. In Senate : received from House, 2857; re. In Senate : received from House, 8607; reRussia-(June 10, 1868]..........3034 ferred, 2860; reported adversely, 4346.

ferred, 3608. for printing the Army Register--[June 24, || Land district, bill (H. R. No. 259) to establish | Lane, Mrs. Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1384) 1868)......

.......3456

an additional, in the Territory of Colorado. for printing the internal revenue law

granting a pension to, of Boston, Massa (July 18, 1868].........

chusetts, mother of John Lane, deceased, 4213

[By Mr. Chilcott.] for priuting the general and special orders referred, 90.

late private in compary A, twelfth regibill (H. R. No. 852) to create an additional, ment Massachusetts volunteers—[By Mr. ti pertaining to reconstruction transmitted from the War Department--[July 18,

in the State of Minnesota-[By Mr. Miller.]

Dounelly.) 1868)...........

reported and passed, 3890 ; passed Senate, ... 4213 referred, 1631.

4395; enrolled, 4484 ; approved, 4497. in relation to the expediency of establishing a stationery bureau from which all

bill (S. No. 252) to create an additional, in "In Senate: received from House and rethe State of Minnesota.

ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, i Departments of the Government in the District of Columbia shall obtain sup

received from Senate, 2812; passed, 4343 ; 4367; enrolled, 4143.

enrolled, 4380. plies of stationery-(July 18, 1868], 4213

Lane, George W., joint resolution (I. R. No. directing the preparation of an index to

bill (U. R. No. 1298) to transfer the counties 33) for the relief of-[By Mr. Holman. ] the internal revenue act-[July 22,

of Sierra and Nevada from the Sacra- reported and recommitted, 507. 1868] .........

mento, to the Marysville-(By Mr. .4335

remarks by

Johnson.] 1 *en for printing report of Commissioner of

Mr. Allison.....

.1541, 1542 Education-[July 25, 1868)..........4469 referred, 3364.

Mr. Bingham.

.1541, 1542 for printing five thousand extra copies of bill (U. R. No. 1339) to establish a new, in Mr. Holman..

.1541, 1542 the impeachment trial-(July 25, 1868],

tbe State of Nebraska-[By Mr. Taffe.] Mr. Lawrence, of Obio.....1541, 1542 4501 referred, 3588.

Mr. Spalding.....

.........................1542 reports made by......... ...... 152, 238, 800, bill (S. No. 579) to establish a new, in the Mr. Welker........

****.***...a co 1541 2129, 2130, 2480, 2872, State of Nebraska.

yeas and nays on the............. .... 1542 3034, 8456, 4213, 4495

received from Senate, 3885; passed, 4428; joint resolution (H. R. No. 219) for the re: - motions made by ....... ...... 801, 1661, 1662,

enrolled, 4468.

pliet of,_superintendent of the branch 1706, 2132, 2282, 2872, 8084, 4469 | Land grants, bill (8. R. No. 1064) to extend mint at Denver, Colorado Territory, and incidental remarks by...

.97 the limits of certain, in Iowa and Minne- Assistant Treasurer of the United 229, 462, 785, 1400, 2372, 4090 sota-[By Mr. Donpelly.)

States+(By Mr. Holinan.] remarks on the order of business............3 referred, 2456.

reported and discussed, 1641; passed; ta on the resolution for the impeachment of Land office, bill (H. R. No. 202) to create the 1542.

the President reported from the Judi. office of surveyor general for the Territory In Senate : received from House, 1616 ; ciary Committee......

........... 65, 68 of Utah, and establish a, in said Territory, referred, 1585. on the resolution for printing the loan and extend the homestead and preëmption | Lanham, Bryant N., bill (H. R. No. 644) for

and currency laws......... .........105 laws over the same-[By Mr. Hooper, of the relief of Arthur Orr, and Samuel J. on the joint resolution in regard to the Utah.)

Smith-[By Mr. Hanter.] publication of postal conventions... 162 referred, 6, 11; reported, 2813 ; passed, referred, 779. on printing extra copies of the report of 2814 ; passed' Senate with amendments, Lash, Israel G., a Representative from North the Comptroller of the Currency .....233 8928; concurred in, 4090; enrolled, 4131; Carolina.......

....4252, 4254 on printing extra copies of the report of approved, 4217.

Latimer, George, bill (H. R. No. 565) for the the Posi master General.........282, 234 In Senate : received from House, 2857; re- relief of, formerly United States consul at on the resolution providing a clerk to the ferred, 2860; referred anew, 3629; re- St. John, Porto Rico--[By Mr. Wood• Committee on Printing....... 800, 801 ported, 3783 ; passed with amendments, bridge.] སྟེ ་. ་་ on the legislative appropriation bill, 1020, 8874; agreed to by House, 4095; enrolled, referred, 780. 784!! 1089, 1090 4096.

Latta, James M., joint resolution (H. R. No. on the articles of impeachment, 1642.1661 bill (H. R. No. 794) to reopen the, in the 32) for the relief of-[By Mr. Williams, zon printing the papers on the B. W. Per. Virginia military district of Ohio—[By of Indiana.) : htdanneet kins claim...nic......... 1706, 1707 Mr. Wilson, of Ohio.

committee discharged, tabled, 508. on the report on the cancellation and referred, 1418; reported and tabled, 2830. Law, bill (H. R. No. 379) requiring the condestruction of United States bonds, Land Office circulars, joint resolution (H. R. 5*: currence of two thirds of the judges of

1880, 1831 No. 849) authorizing the Congressional the Supreme Court of the United States ! on questions relating to impeachment, Printer to print, in the German language in order to pronounce a, passed by Con.

1868, 2232 for distributiou in Europe [By Mr. Hop- gress to be unconstitutional (By Mr. on the report in reference to whisky kins. ]

Miller.] fraude........................ 1927 referred, 4252.

referred, 478; committee discharged, 668.

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