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S. No. 16–

$. No.

For the relief of William Shunk.–[By Mr. Sherman.]
Passed, 344; passed House, 2021 ; enrolled, 2068; approved, 2234.
In House : Received from Senaté, 361; referred, 363; reported,
2024; passed with amendment, 2025; agreed to by Senate,

2046; enrolled, 2070.
S. No. 9
To amend an act entitled "An act to regulate the fees and costs

to be allowed clerks, marshals, and attorneys of the circuit and
district courts of the United States," approved February 26,

1853. – [By Mr. Sumner.]

Reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 518.
S. No. 11-
To admit the State of Colorado into the Union.-[By Mr. Har.
Amendment submitted, 984; reported, 1117; additional report,

3213; called up, 3313; discussed, 3348, 3540.
Donating a portion of the Fort Leavenworth military reserve for

the exclusive use of a public road.—[ By Mr. Ross.]
Reported, 470; passed, 3956 ; passed House, 4459; enrolled,

4501 ; approved, 4517.
In House : Received from Senate, 3974; passed, 4492 ; enrolled,

S. No. 25–
For the relief of John H. Ellis, paymaster United States Army.-

[By Mr. Drake.]
Passed House, 1516; enrolled, 1624; approved, 1744.
In House: Reported and passed, 1540; enrolled, 1619.
Authorizing and directing the sale of the property of the United

States at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. - [By Mr. Willey.]
Committee discharged, 470.
Authorizing the corporation of Washington city to make a loan
son, of New Hampshire.)
and issue stock for building a market-house. --[By Mr. Patter-

stitute, 1461.
For the relief of John F. Stewart.-[By Mr. Wilson.]'

Reported adversely, 2144.
To attach the Indian Territory ta the State of Kansas for judicial

porposes.—[By Mr. Ross.]

S. No. 54-
To enlarge the public grounds surrounding the Capitol.--[By Mr.

Patterson, of New Hampshire]
Reported, 1257; passed, 1645.

In House: Received from Senate, 1682; referred, 2028.
S. No, 73
Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and tele-

graph line from the city of Lawrence, in the State of Kansas,
to the boundary line between the United States and Mexico,
in the direction of the city of Guaymas, on the Gulf of Cali-

fornia. --[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

Reported, 3708.
S. No. 76–
Providing for abatement of duties on merchandise damaged on

the voyage of importation.- [By Mr. Chandler.]

Referred anew, 324, 3245; reported, 4146.
S. No. 78%
Authorizing the payment of the first regiment of Iowá volunteer

cavalry.-[By Mr. Harlan.]
,! Reported, 79.
S. No. 79—
To confirm certain sales made by the direct tax commissioners for

South Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy, or Marine

corps.By Mr. Frelinghuysen.)

In House: Reported adversely, 24, 58.
S. No. 85-
To authorize the Southern Minnesota Railroad Company to con.

struct a bridge across the Mississippi river between La Crosse,
in the State of Wisconsin, and the opposite bank of said river,

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

Reported, 553.
S. No. 89
i For the relief of Orlef E. Dreutzer, late consul of the United

States to the kingdom of Norway.-[By Mr. Howe. ]
Passed House, 405; enrolled, 484; approved, 472.
In House: Reported, 152; discussed, 420; passed, 421; enrolled,

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Committee discharged, 1461; bill (S. No. 394) reported as sub

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S. No. 39

Reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 4093.
To provide means for the prosecution of the work on the dis-

tributing reservoir of the Washington aqueduct. - [ By Mr.


S. No. 93
To authorize the retirement of Major General Ethan Allen Hitch-

cock. – [By Mr. Fowler.]
Indefinitely postponed, 79.

7777! S. No. 94

Declaratory of the law with regard to the sale of ships to friendly Bu nt i belligerents.--[By Mr. Chandler.]

I Brie Discussed, 3243; passed, 3244; reconsidered, 3247, discussed,

4399. S. No. 95– To amend the act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy

throughout the United States, approved March 2, 1867.-[By

Nr. Trumbull.]
91 : Indefinitely postponed, 872.. :
S. No. 102–
Providing for the formation of corporations and regulating the

sanre in the District of Columbia.[ By Mr. Willey.]
Reported, 242; called up, 434; discussed, 453, 886, 8716; passed,
In House : 'Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490.

In House : Reported adversely, 282.

S. No. 48–

Toauthorize the settlement of certain accounts. ---[By Mr. Cragin.)

Reported adversely, 1976.

8. No. 60–

For the relief of William L. Kimball.-By Mr. Ramsey. J

Indefinitely postponed, 2278.


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S. No. 161–
For the relief of Henry Greathouse and Samuel Kelley.--[By To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the more efficient
Mr. Van Winkle.]

government of the rebel States," passed March 2, 1867, and Reported and passed, 219; passed House with amendment, 1702;

the several acts amendatory thereto.-[By Mr. Wilson.) referred, 1703; reported, 1834; House amendment disagreed Referred and printed, 19; Mr. Doolittle's amendment, 99; disto and conference, 1834, 1864; conference report, 2099; con

cussed, 99; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1257. curred in by Senate, 2099; concurred in by House, 2128 ; || S. No. 162— enrolled, 2149; approved, 2234.

For In House: Received from Senate, 232; referred, 362; reported and passed with amendment, 1705; disagreed to by Senate,

Mr. Nye.]

了! 1858; conference, 1859, 1860; conference report, 2132; con:

Referred, 19; reported, 703. curred in by Senate, 2108; concurred in by House, 2132;

S. No. 163 enrolled, 2143.

Declaring what shall constitute a quorum of the Supreme Court.

[By Mr. Trumbull. ] For the relief of Jeremiah McChesney.-[By Mr. Morton.)

Reported and passed, 19; passed House with amendment, 490 Committee discharged, 2067.

referred, 503.

In House: Referred, 96; reported, 477, 478; discussed, 478; S. No. 141

passed, 489; vote explained, 506. For the further security of equal rights in the District of Colum. S. No. 164

bia.--[By Mr. Sumner.] Called up, 38discussed, 38,

To provide for appeals from the Court of Claims.-[By Mr.

Edmunds. ] has? delivered to

Referred, 38"; reported, 1887, discussed, 2217; amendments Secretary of State, 384; response of President, 7:20. In House : Received from Senate, 65; passed, 96; enrolled, 107.

submitted and printed, 2237 ; discussed, 2764; passed, 2769 ;

passed House with amendments, 3254 ; concurred in, 3255 ; S. No. 143


3279. To change the name of Samuel Chase Barney, jr., to that of In House : Received from Senate, 2810; referred, 3034; reported, Samuel Chase De Krafft.-[By Mr. Harlan.)

3266; passed with amendments, 3267; agreed to by Senate, Passed House with amendments, 119; concurred in' with 11 3294; enrolled, 3308; approved, 3761.

amendment, 122; concurred in by House, 164; enrolled, 196 ; S. No. 165-
approved. 373.

To authorize the conversion of registered bonds into coupon In House : Reported and passed with amendment, 107; agreed

bonds.--[By Mr. Anthony.) to by Senate with amendment, 134; with new title, 134; Referred, 38, reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 404. agreed to by House, 102; enrolled, 195.

S. No. 166 S, No. 144

For the relief of the owners of the land within United States surGranting the right of way through the lands of the United States

vey No. 3217 in the State of Missouri.- [By Mr. Drake.] at West Point to the Hudson River West Shore Railroad Com

Referred, 38; reported, 404; discussed, 626; passed, pany. [By Mr. Morgan.] en

passed House, 3645; enrolled, 3671 ; approved, 3771. Indefinitely postponed, 196. Tu yio sdt aroui 90 din

In House : Received from Senate, 638, re erred, 991; reported S. No. 148– 1899d guil virbnbod adini

and referred anew, 1334; reported, 3655; passed, 3656 ; enTo raise the value of legal-tender notes to par. --[By Mr. Morrill, rolled, 3661 of Vermont.]

S. No. 167– Made special order, 88; discussed, 123, 169; referred, 171 ; Granting lands to the State of Oregon to aid in the construction of committee discharged, 195.

a military wagon road from the navigable waters of Coos bay S. No. 150

to Roseburg. [By Mr. Williams. ] To provide for the payment of D. B. Allen & Co. for services in Referred, 38; reported, 845.

carrying the United States mails. -[By Mr. Conness. ]

S. No. 108–
Reported, 145; passed, 1865.

For the relief of George E. Glenn, additional paymaster United I met. In House: Received from Senate, 1870; referred, 2029.

States Army.-[By Mr. Conness.] S. No. 151–

Referred, 63 ;'reported adversely, 1428 ; indefinitely postponed, For the relief of Goldsmith Brothers, of the cities of San Fran

2277. cisco, California, and Portland, Oregon, brokers.--[By Mr.

S. No. 1694 276564 Williams.) : * :

To amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations and 1. l Reported and printed, 2067 ; passed, 2278.

to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of In House : Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2543; reported

the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1867," adversely, 3553.

approved March 2, 1867.-[By Mr. Corbett. ] S. No. 153–

.2M Referred, 63. To establish a collection distriet în abe State of Oregon.--[By Mr. || S. No. 170 Waliams.) din

To provide for deficiency of expenses incurred in the survey of
Reportéd, 2009; passed, 8242.

Indian reservations. - [By Mr. Harlan. ]
In House: Received from Senate, 3271'; referred, 8476.

Referred, 63; reported, 786; discussed, 1439; referred, 1442;

motion to discharge committee, 2312; agreed to, 2512; disS. No. 154—

cussed, 2512; passed, 2514. To provide for the issue of gold notes in place of legal-tender In House: Received from Senate, 2533 ; referred, 2544 ; reported I notes, and to facilitate resumption of specie payments.--[By

and discussed, 3097; recommitted, 3100.
Mr. Corbett.]

S. No. 171-
Indefinitely postponed, 4093.

To carry into effect a judgment of the Court of Claims in favor of S. No. 156

the late Asbury Dickins. – [By Mr. Trumbull.] Tu establish a national school of mines.-[By Mr. Stewart.]

Referred, 63:
Read, 1; referred, 10; motion to discharge comwittee, 553,

S. No. 172..! 1.554; discussed, 556; motion withdrawn, 561; reported, 1287.

Making further provision for widows and heirs of officers of the S. No. 157

Navy, and for establishing naval life insurance. --[By Mr. For the repeal of tax on cotton.-[By Mr. Fowler.]

Read and printed, 1.

Referred, 63. $. No: 1168 i, sielos 118, 11 ofring

S. No. 173– To grant certain privileges to actual settlers on lands ceded to the For the relief of Afia M. Rolas y Robaldo, widow of Francisco 1United States by Osage Indians in Kansas.-[By Mr. Ross.]

Robaldo,-[By Mr. Thayer.)
Read, 2; referred, 10.

Referred, 63; committee discharged, referred anew,

921. S. No. 159

$. No. 174. Relating to the Western Pacific railroad - [By Mr. Nye.]

For the relief of Mrs. Emma Wilson, of the State of Indiana.Referred, 10 reported, 880; discussed, 1461, 1488, 8075, 3672;

[By Mr. Hendricks. ]
passed, 3681.

Referred, 79; reported adversely, 491; passed, 4351.
In House: Received from Senate, 3705; discussed, -4479; re- In House : Received from Senate, 4382.
ferred, 4484.

S. No. 175
S. No. 160% bra

For the relief of Joseph McGhee Cameron and Mary Jane CameExtending the provisions of the pension laws to provost marshals,

ron, minor children of La Fayette Cameron, deceased.-[By son deputy provost marshals, and enrolling Officers killed or

Mr. Patterson. of Tennessee. wounded in the discharge of their duties. --[By Mr. Wilson.] Referred, 79 ; reported: 2067; passed, 3823 ; passed House with Referred, 19; committee discharged, indefinitely postponed, 786.

amendments, 3902; conference, 3964, 3984 ; conference report,


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