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8. No. 184–

S. No. 175-Continued.

S. No. 190— Continued. 4097; concurred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147":"enrolled,

passed House with amendments, 2858; concurred in, 2860 ; 4159; approved, 4235.1

enrolled, 2901 ; approved, 2925. In House : Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported In House : Received from Senate, 1667 ; referred, 1769; reported and passed with amendment, 3898 ; conference report agreed

and recommitted, 2461; reported and passed with amendment, to by House, 4131;-by, Senate, 4175; enrolled, 4186.

- 2835; agreed to by Senate, 2876, enrolled, 2886.

S. No. 191 In aid of the Union Pacific Railway Company, eastern division, For the establishment of a post route from Lawrence, Kansas, to supplemental to an act approved July 1, 1862, and the acts

Galveston, Texas.-[By Mr. Ross. ]
amendatory thereof.+[By Mr. Henderson.] 1,17

Referred, 164.
Referred, 79.

S. No. 192— 8. No. 1774

To incorporate the Potomac Navigation and Transportation ComRegulating the rights of property of married women in the Dis

pany of the District of Columbia.[By Mr, Thayer.]
trict of Columbia. -(By Mr. Harlan.]

Referred, 164; reported, 3671.
Referred, 98, reported, 2084; discussed and referred anew, S. No. 193–
3115; reported, 4070; discussed, 4161.

To incorporate the Washington Čity Insurance Company. [By
T

i Mr. Thayer.) S. No. 178—

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To remove the disability of certain citizens of Alabama. -[By Mr.

Referred, 164.
Wilson.]
11.1

S. No, 194–

1: Referred, 98; substitute reported, 2486.

Supplementary to an act to incorporate the National Safe Deposit

Company of Washington in the District of Columbia, approved S. No. 179—

January 22, 1867.-[By Mr: Morrill, of Maine.]
To facilitate the settlement of the accounts of disbursing officers.
(By Mr. Wilson.)

Referred, 164.
Referred, 99.

S. No. 196

For the relief of George W. Gibson. -[By Mr. Hendricks.] 8. No. 180–

Referred, 164; reported, 786. - 16.

ut Relating to United States notes. - [By Mr. Cole.]

S. No. 196.
2789; discussed, 2857; passed,
2,952 - amendmente reported

, To continue to certain officers and agents of the Freedmen's In House: Received from Senate, 2876; referred, 4090 ; laid

Burean the powers conferred on them by the acts creating said

bureau.-[By Mr. Wilson.]

Reported, 196. 8. No. 181To establish certain post roads in the State of Oregon and Wash:

S. INo: 197 ington Territory.-[By Mr. Williams.)

To fix and limit the compensation of diplomatic and consular Referred, 99.

officers, and in part to define their duties.-[By Mr. Wilson.]

Read, 196. S. No. 182–

S. No. 198-+. : Declaring null and void acts of conscation or forfeiture passed by To organize the Department of State and reduce the expenses

the late rebel authority.+[By Mr. Anthony.] Referred, 120.

thereof.By Mr. Wilson. ]

0 Read, 196. ? S. No. 183—

8. No. 199–1970 . ; For the relief of William H. Harman.-[By Mr. Willey.}

For the relief of settlers on the late Sioux reservation, in the State Reserred, 120; reported, 2193 passed, 2595.

of Minnesota. [By Mr. Ramsey.] In House: Received from Senate, 2614; referred, 3616.

Referred, 196.

S. No. 200Granting a pension to Mrs. Ann Corcoran.-[By Mr. Norgan.) To incorporate the Washington Society of the New Jerusalem.leferred, 120 ; reported, 721; passed. 1839; passed House with [By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] amendments, 3119; conference, 8160, 3163; conference report, Referred, 196. 3274; concurred in by Senate, 3274, coneurred in by House, | S. No. 2015

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3316; enrolled, 3348; approved, 3714.
In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ; reported

To amend an act entitled "An act to amend the several acts here. and passed with amendments, 3104; conference, 3171 ; confer

i tafore passed to provide for the eprolling and calling out of ence report; 3327; agreed to by Senate, 3310,; agreed to by

..the national forces,!' approved March 3, 1865.-[By Mr. House, 3327; enrolled, 3365, approved, 3761.

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tradisi . ;* ; ;; ; ,

Referred, 196; reported and referred anew, 219 ; 1

reported For the relief of the Bartholomew County Agricultural Society in S. No. 202—

. adversely, 2067 ; indefinitely postponed, 8323.
the State of Indiana. [By Mr. Hendricks. ]
Referred, 120;- reported, 2329.

, For the relief of Captain Phelps Paine, of Illinois. [By Nr.

Yates.)

Referred, 196; committee discharged, 8540. : 7
Providing for the sale of the lands belonging to the United States S. No. 203—

at and near Harper's Perry, in the couuty of Jefferson, West
Virginia.-By Mr. Willey. )

Toapportion the issue of the nationalcurrency of the several States Referred, 120; reported, 470; discussed, 14447 passed, 1448.

and Territories and the District of Columbia. - [By Mr. Van In House : Received from Senate, 1473; referred, 1667; leave

1 Winkle.]

indeirinha asked to report, 1866, 2082, 4080.

Referred, 196.

S. No. 204 Additional to an act gratting lands to aid in the construction of a

Hi To provide for the appointment of a supervising surgeont of marine railroad and telegraph line from Lake Superior to Puget sound,

hospitals of the United States.--[By Mr. Hendricks. ] on the Pacific coast, by the northern route. [By Mr. Howard.)

Referred, 196; recommitted, 1117) reported, 1976 ; passed, **3242.

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In House: Received from Senatė, 8271 ; referred, 8477.
'Er!':

S. No. 205–
Referred, 120; reported, 271; discussed, 319 ; pasked, 406 ; passed
Honse with amendments, 2858; ooncurred in, 2800 ; enrolled,

[By Mr. Edmunds.] .COM 2901; approved, 2925.

Relerred, 196; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, In Huse: Received from Senate, 4225 referred: 991; reported

H1706 ri: 13. Juisibs 9:30" Artising and recommitted, 1682; reported and passed with amend

S. No. 206ment, .2836; agreed to by Senáte, 2876 ; bnrolled, 2886.

To incorporate the Washington City Land and Báilding Associa

tion.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.).
To the the various sete espablishing the wavy Delbartment of 9. No, bo med 1982 nombor

Referred, 196. ?CT 610.7.1995 !.fliyopo
United States. (By Nye.

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For funding the national debiatid Por conversion of the potes of

the United States.-[By Mr. Sherman.] To further provide for giving effect to the varions grants of public

Reported, 219; report printed, 242 ; recommitted, 484; reported,

999; called up, 1417; discussed, 1468, 1624, 1649, 1787, 1809; Referred, 164; reported, 999 ; discussed, 1088, 1997, 1443,

1.1 notice, 2694 ; amendment, 8708; called up, 8869; discussed, 1464; recomınitted, 1466, reported, 1667, 1508; passed, 1646;

3958, 8987, 4031, 4035, 4041 ; passed, 4050; passed House with "amendments, 4312; disagreed to by Senate, 46287 conference,

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S. No. 207-Continued.

S. No. 2214403; conference report, 4466 ; concurred in by Senate, 4466 ; To amend an act entitled " An act to amend existing laws relating by House, 4517; enrolled, 4517.

to internal revenue."-[By Mr. Corbett. ] In House : Received from Senate, 4080; referred, 4084; reported, Referred, 343.

4133; recommitted, 4135; reported, 4172; discussed, 4172, S. No. 2224173, 4175, 4182, 4187, 4216, 4217, 4224, 4296, 4300, 4307,

Vacating certain offices in Georgia, and empowering the constitu4308, 4310; passed with amendments, 4312; disagreed to by

tional convention to fill the same.-[By Mr. Wilson. ] Senate, 4375; conference, 4390, 4423, 4430, 4493; conference

Read, 343, report, 4496 ; agreed to by Senate, 4495; discussed, 4496,

S. No. 223 4497, 4499; report agreed to, 4499; enrolled, 4500. S. No, 208—

To amend an aet entitled "An act declaring and fixing the rights

of volunteers as part of the Army, so as to give officers To remit the duties upon certain goods, wares, and merchandise destroyed by fire.-[By Mr. Conness. ]

proper rank, and include the Marine corps.-{By Mr. Harlan.] Referred, 219.

Referred, 343.

S. No, 2244
S. No. 209–
To incorporate the Evening Star Newspaper Company.--[By Mr.

To incorporate the congregation of the First Reformed church of
Patierson, of New Hampshire.)

Washington, District of Columbia.--[By Mr. Harlan.] Referred, 219; reported, 2176 ; called up, 3241 ; passed, 3242;

Referred, 343.

! passed House, 4442; enrolled, 4451 ; approved, 4506,

S. No. 225-In House : Received from Senate, 3271 ; passed, 4432; enrolled,

To incorporate the English Lutheran church of the city of Wash4479.

ington.--[By Mr. Harlan.] S. No. 210

Referred, 343. Supplementary to the several acts in relation to the reconstruc

S. No. 226– tion of the rebel States.-[By Mr. Drake.]

To incorporate the congregation of the First Presbyterian church Referred, 242; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1257.

of Washington.- [By Mr. Trumbull.] S. No. 2114

Referred, 343. To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for a district and

S. No. 227circuit court of the United States for the district of the State For the relief of Mrs. Eastman, the mother and solebeir of of Nebraska."--[By Mr. Thayer.]

- Alfred W. Eastman, deceased.-[By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.) Referred, 242; reported adversely, 678.

Referred, 343. S. No. 212

S. No. 228 To grant lands to the Northern Michigan Railroad Company For the further security of equal rights in the District of Colum. in extension of the Northern Pacific railroad.--[By Mr.

bia.-[By Mr. Sumner. ] » Howard.)

Referred, 344. Referred, 271.

S. No, 2294 S. No. 213—

For the relief of Horace Smith and D. B. Wesson, or their assigns.To amend an act entitled “An act to amend the judiciary act

[By Mr. Ferry.] passed on the 24th of September, 1789."-[By Mr. Williums.] Referred, 372; reported, 404; passed, 519; passed House, 1316; Reported, 318; called up, 1807; passed, 1807, 1808; passed House

enrolled, 1382; approved, 1439. with amendment, 1843; concurred in, 1847; enrolled, 1864; In House: Referred, 991; reported, 1316 ; passed, 1817; enrolled, vetoed, 2088; discussed, 2094, 2115; passed over veto, 2128;

1393.
passed House over veto, 2149; instructions to present to Sec- S. No. 230

retary of State, 2149
In House: Received from Senate, 1828; passed with amend.

Authorizing writs of error from the circuit to the district courts of

the United States in certain criminal cases.-[By Mr. Howard.] ment, 1859; discussion, 1881, 2059; agreed to by. Senate, 1865; enrolled, 1866; vetoed, 2163, 2105; veto discussed, || S. No. 231~

Referred, 384 ; reported, 2435. 2165; passed over veto, 2170.

For relief of John Templeton.-[By Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee.] S. No. 214–

Referred, 404; committee discharged, referred anew, 470; To authorize the Secretary of War to settle the claims of the State of Kansas for services of the militia called out to repel the

reported adversely, 3856.
invasion of General Price.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

S. No. 232
Referred, 318; committee discharged, 470; report withdrawn,

Granting a pension to Henrietta Nobles. --[By Mr. Patterson, of 470; reported, 3313; passed and title amended, 3878.

Tennessee. ]
In House: Received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491, 4492.

Referred, 404; reported, 2067; passed, 3323; passed House, S. No. 215

3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. To vacate and sell the Umatilla reservation in the State of

In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported

and passed, 8897.
Oregon.--[By Mr. Williams.]

S. No. 233–
Referred, 318; reported, 1910; discussed, 2596 ; recoinmitted,
2597; reported, 2769 ; passed, 3275.

To establish a certain post route in Oregon.—[By Mr. Corbett.]
In House : Received from Senate, 3310; referred, 4432.

Referred, 404. S. No. 216

S. No. 234 To amend an act entitled "An act granting land to aid in the con

To authorize the removal of causes in certain cases from the dis. struction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Central

trict courts to the circuit courts of the United States.-[By Pacific railroad, in California, to Portland, in Oregon.—[By

Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]

Referred, 404,
Mr. Williams. ]
Referred, 318; reported, 1095; discussed, 1095, 2594 ; passed, S. No. 235–

2995 ; passed House with amendments, 3389; concurred in, To incorporate the congregation of the North Presbyterian Church
3889; enrolled, 3889; approved, 3714.

of Washington.-[By Mr. Morgan.].
In House: Received from Senate, 2614; passed with amend- Referred, 404.

ment, 3376, 3377 ; concurred in by Senate, 3413; enrolled, S. No, 286
* 8411; approved, 3761.
to

In addition to the act entitled "An act to incorporate the Wash; S. No. 217—

ington, Georgetown, and Alexandria Steam Packet Company.”' In relation to the coinage of gold and silver.-[By Mr. Sherman.]

[By Mr. Willey. ] Referred, 318; reported, 2959.

Referred, 404; reported, 3671; passed, 3718,
S. No. 218-

In House : Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490.
To create a southern judicial district in California.[By Mr. S. No. 237-
Conness. ]

13: In relation to the promulgation of the laws of the United States. — Referred, 318; reported and recommitted, 1163.

(By Mr. Anthony:)

, S. No. 2194

Referred, 404 ; reported, 816 ; discussed, 1125 ; passed, 1126 ; To provide for the construction of a wagon road from the Horse

passed House, 1657 ; enrolled, 1693 ; approved, 1744. Plains to_Cabinett Landing, on the Pen D'Oreille river, in In House : Received from Senate, 1141; passed, 1661; enrolled, Montana Territory. [By Mr. Williams.]

1681. Referred, 343.

S. No. 238 S. No, 220 €

Granting a pension to Carrie E. Burdett.—[By Mr. Wilson. ] To abolish the district court for the eastern district of Texas and Referred, 434; reported, 1834; passed, 3323 ; passed House, to extend the jurisdiction of the district court for the western

3902 ; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. distriet over the whole State. [By Mr. Sumner.]

In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported Referred, 848; reported, and indefinitely postponed, 816.

and passed, 3897 ; enrolled, 3948.

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8. No. 239—

S. No. 257–
To amend an act entitled "An act to change the organization of For relief of Clement T. Rice and Chauncey M. Noteware, late regis-

the Post Office Department, and to provide more effectually linter and receiver at Carson City, Nevada.-[By Mr. Stewart.]
for the settlement of the accounts thereof," approved July 2, Referred, 625; reported adversely, 3856.
1836.-[By Mr. Harlan.]

S. No. 258-
Referred, 434.

To incorporate the National Union Manufacturing and Publishing
8. No. 240
ago at 0-2415-347 -* 1/2 - -

Company of Washington city, District of Columbia.-[By To amend section thirteen of an act entitled "An act to increase

Mr. Ferry.] and fix the military peace establishment of the United Referred, 625. States." -- [ By Mr. Thayer. ]

di barra

S. No. 259
Referred, 434; reported, 3566.

To renew the charter and to extend the boundaries of the city of
S. No. 241–

Washington.- [By Mr. Harlan.]
Authorizing the Commissioner of Patents to pay certain employés Referred, 625.
brink of the Patent Office for services rendered.-[By Mr. Willey.] S. No. 260–
Referred, 453; reported, 721.

To prohibit the payment of bounty to deserters.--[By Mr. Wilson.]
S. No. 242-

Referred, 625.
Declaring the number of men authorized to be enlisted into the Navy | S. No. 261–
and Marine corps of the United States.—[By Mr. Grimes.]

To grant one million acres of public lands for the benefit of
Referred, 472. A balke 0

public schools in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Wilson.]
8. No. 243–
vazott

Referred, 265.
Regulating the service of final process in suits at law, and of orders

S. No. 262—
and decrees in equity, of courts of the United States in places Concerning district judges.-[By Mr. Hendricks. ]
out of their jurisdictional limits.—[By Mr. Howard.]

Referred, 625; reported adversely, 2435.
Referred, 472; reported adversely, 1257.

S. No. 263—
8. No. 244–

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Relative to La Junta land grantin New Mexico.-[By Mr.Pomeroy.]

To facilitate the administration of justice.-[By Mr. Stewart.]

Referred, 625.
Referred, 472.

S. No. 264-
8. No. 245—

For the relief of Henry C. Noyes. - [By Mr. Cragin.]
To fix the terms of the circuit and district courts of the United

Referred, 625.
States for the district of Oregon, and the salary of the judge
thereof.--[By Mr. Corbett.]

S. No. 265-
Referred, 472.

To increase the salaries of the judges of Utah Territory.-[By Mr. 8. No. 246–

Cragin.]
To remove political disabilities from Robert M. Patton, of Ala-

Referred, 625; reported, 999. 1 bama, [ By Mr. Stewart.]

S. No. 266—
Reported, 491; called up, 651; discussed, 765, 776 ; passed, 778.

To regulate the foreign and coasting trade on the northern, northimeon In House : Referred, 978.

eastern, and northwestern frontiers of the United States.8. No. 247

[By Mr. Chandler.] To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the greater security

Referred, 625; reported, 2030; discussed, 2144, 2653, 2790; moter of the lives of passengers on board of vessels propelled in

passed, 2792
whole or in part by steam.”—[By Mr. Cole.)

In House : Received from Senate, 2812; referred, 3476.
Referred, 491; reported, 999; recommitted, 3241.

S. No. 267

For the relief of Robert B. Kingsberry.-[By Mr. Willey.]
To reduce the number of major generals and brigadier generals in

Referred, 650.
the Army of the United States. - [By Mr. Thayer.]

S. No. 268—
Referred, 491.

For the relief of Philip R. Fendall.– [By Mr. Morgan.]

Reported, 650; passed, 1646 ; passed House, 1744 ; enrolled, To extend the provisions of an act to enable the State of Arkan

1782; approved, 1843. sas- and other States to reclaim the swamp lands within their

In House : Received from Senáte, 1667; passed, 1768; enrolled, limits to the State of Nebraska.-[By Mr. Thayer.]

1774.

S. No. 269– 1

In addition to an act entitled "An act regulating the tenure of To restore the possession of lands confiscated by the authorities of

certain civil offices." (By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampthe States lately in rebellion. [By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]

shire.] Reported, 650; discussed, 845, 878, 951, 959; recommitted, 966;

reported, 984; discussed, 1026, 1036, passed, 1037. For the relief of Captain Charles N. Goulding, late quartermaster

In House : Received from Senate, 1054; printed, 1156 ; referred, of volunteers. -- [ By Mr. Sherman.)

1769. Referred, 519; reported, 2276 ; passed, 2283 ; passed House,

S. No. 270—

For the temporary relief of the destitute people in the District of In House : Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2459; reported

Columbia. -(By Mr. Harlan. I and passed, 3554; enrolled, 3588.

Referred, 650 ; reported and passed, 678; passed House with

amendment, 1431 ; non-concurred in by Senate, 1442 ; 'receded To create an additional land district in the State of Minnesota.

from by House, 1497; enrolled, 1515; approved, 1775.

In House : Received from Senate, referred, 970; reported Referred, 619 ; "reported, 786 ; passed House, 4322 ; enrolled,

and passed with amendment, 1421; disagreed to by Senate,

h1460;, House recedes, 1504; passed, 1504. Indelicouse : Received from Senate, 2812; passed, 4343; enrolled, S. No. 271,

To regulate the sale of hay and straw in the District of Columbia.

[By Mr. Harlant. Por the relief of William H. Murphy, df Farmington, Missouri.—

Referred, 650; indežinitely postponed, 3213.

$. No. 272— In House: Received from Senate, 1229 ; referred, 1772.

For the relief of Captain Bernard McMahon.-(By Mr. Harlan.]

Referred, 650; 'committee discharged, referred anew, 921.
To change the terms of the district court of the United States for

S. No. 273-
(Po establish certain post routes in the State of Oregon and Wash.

ington Territory. - [By Mr. Williams.)
150 Cp 21 07

Referred, 650. Beyi
To reorganize the Treasury Department. --[By Mr. Fessenden.]

S. No. 274–
6.1. To fund the public debt and to amend the banking laws of the

United States.—[By Ir. Henderson.] .!!!
Relating to the Central Branch Union Pacific Railroad Company.-- || S. No. 275- TV

Referred, 650.
Reported, 6:25; called up, 999; discussed, 999; motion to take

abs w To amend an act entitled "An act farther to provide for the col.

lection of duties on imports,'!! approved March 2, 1833.—[By amendment submitted, 8424; discussed, 4443.76793'

Mr. Howe. ]

1.1' 111,115:
Referred, 678; reported and indefinitely postponed, 3423.

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S. No. 276

S. No. 293– To grant Tands to the Northern Michigan Railroad Company in To grant lands and aid to the Port Royal Railroad Company in the extension of ibe Northern Pacific railroad. --[By Mr. Howard.]

States of South Carolina and Georgia.--[By Mr. Pomeroy. ] Referred, 678; reported, 1230; recommitted, 1976; reported, Referred, 788 ; reported, amended, printed, aud recommitted, 2009; motion to take up, 4024, 4146.

1515 ; reporied, 1644. S. No. 277

S. No. 294** Amendatory of the homestead act:-[By Ur. Pomeroy.)

To regulate procedure in cases of impeachment, and to enforce the Referred, 703.

orders and judgments of the Senate in such cases.--[By Mr. S. No. 278

Edmunds. ] To provide for the appointment of a marshal for the District of Referred, 788. Columbia.--[By Mr. Thayer:)

S. No. 295– Referred, 703; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1168.

For the relief of Eliza Mascher, widow of John F. Mascher. S. No. 279

[By Mr. Cattell.] For the relief of Henry Otis.--[By Mr. Hendricks.]

Referred, 789; reported, 2259 ; passed, 3275; passed House, ... Referred, 703; reported and printed, 2030; discussed, 2278; 4402; enrolled, 4451; approved, 4506.

passed, 3540. In House : Received from Senate, 3563 ; referred, 4475.

In House: Received from Senate, 3310 ; passed, 4482; enrolled,

4479. S. No. 280

S. No. 296Granting a pension to Michael Hennessy, of Platte county, Mis- In addition to an act entitled "An act regulating the tenure of souri. - [By Mr. Van Winkle.]

certain civil offices."'-[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hamp Reported, 721; passed, 1839; passed House with amendment,

shire.] 3089; concurred in, 3274; enrolled, 3279; approved, 8714. In House : Received from Senate, 1869, referred, 1860; reported,

Reported, 787. 2910; passed, 3101 ; enrolled, 3308; approved, 3761.

S. No. 297– S. No. 2814.

To amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the construction of Granting a pension to Anne Dycher, widow of Mathew. D. Dycher.–

certain bridges, and to establish them as post roads."'-[By

Mr. Ramsey.) [By Mr. Van Winkle.] Reported, 721; pasked, 1839.

Referred, 816; reported, 1095. In House: Received from Senatė, 1859, referred, 1869.

S. No, 298– S. No. 282

Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Browns3. Granting a pension to Annie E. Dixon. (By Mr. Van Winkle.]

ville, in the State of Nebraska, to intersect the Union Pacific Reported, 721; passed, 1839; passed House, 1902;, enrolled,

railroad at or near the one hundredth meridian west longi.

tude. - [By Mr. Tipton.]
3958.
In House: Received from Senate. 1859; referred, 1869; reported s, No. 299–

Referred, 816.
adversely, 8898; enrolled, 8948,
S. No. 2834

For the creation of a national bureau of insurance.--[By Mr.

Williams) To further amend an act entitled " An act to provide a national

Referred, 816; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, currency.secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to

1669.

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provide for the circulation and redemption thereof."-[By

S. No. 300-
Nr. Van Winkle.]

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Reported and passed, 722.
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To enable admiralty courts to decrée 'salvage to incorporations
In House: Received from Senate, 743; referred, 991.

formed for wrecking or salvage purposes. -[By Mr. Morgan.] S. No. 284

Referred, 816 ; indefinitely postponed, 3639. To provide for the admission of imported dye-stuffs free of duty.-

S. No. 301[By Mr. Ferry.]

Authorizing the parchase of certain puble lands in Alabama.765.

By Mr. Pomeroy.)

7744 S. No. 285

Referred, 816; reported, 1070 ; passed, 4111.
To remove the disability of certain citizens of Virginia.(By Mr.

In House: Received from Senate, 4175.
Wilson.)

S. No. 302-
Referred, 765.

For the relief

of the heirs of the late Major General I. B. RichS. No. 286

ardson, deceased. - [By Mr. 'Howe. ] To incorporate the National Life Insarance Company of the United Reported, 845; discnssed, 1096, 1118; passed, 1120; enrolled, States of America. -[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire. ]

1515; approved, 1616. Reserred, 785; reported, 2176; discussed, 2514. 2584, 2595;

In House: Received from Senate, 1134; referred, 1184 ; 'reported passed, 2596 ; passed House, 4322; enrolled, 4852 ; approved,

and passed, 1503 ; enrolled, 1685.

S. No. 303.by

4150.
In House : Received from Senaté, 2621; passed, 4342; enrolled,

For the relief of R. P. Parrott. [By Mr. Morgan. )
4380.

Reported, 845 ; called up, 3242; passed, 3243. S. No. 487

In House: Received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3397, the right of way and lands to the Pecos and Placer Min. S. No. 304 ing and Ditch Company of New Mexico. –[By Mr. Pomeroy.} ling. To provide for holding terms of the United States district courts Referred, 765; reported 1910, 2594.

for the western district of Missouri at St. Josepb, 'in said S. No. 2884

State.-[By Mr. Drake.] For the relief of P. Jennings.--[By Mr. Williams. I

Referred, 845; reported adversely, 2556.

! Referred, 765.

S. No. 305– offp*g l S. No. 289

Granting aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and tele

from the Union Pacific railroad to Idaho. Portland, Oregon,)
graph line from Fort Scott, Kansas, in the direction of Santa " Montana, and Puget sound. | By Mr. Harlan.]. ;',
Fe. 'New Mexico. [By Mr. Ross. ]

Referred, 845.
Referred, 765.

S. No. 306-
,
S. No. 290—

For the protection in certain cases of persons making disclosure as Respecting the even-nambered sections of the public lands along

parties or testifying as witnesses By Mr. Frelinghuysen.] the lines of the Pacific railroads.[By Mr Thayer.)

Referred, 845; reported, 950; passed, 951; passed House, . Referred, 765.

1869, enrolled, 1882; approved, 1439 291 —

In House: Received from Senate, 970; referred, 984; reported pension fo And Kelley, widow of Bernard Kelley.

and passed 1334; enrolled, 1393.

(79si argenting IT [By Mr. Van Winkle. ] Vilj

S. No. 307

1 Reported, 786 ; passed, 1839; passed House, 3902, enrolled, For the relief of certain Government contractors.[By Mr. 3958; approved, 3984.

Grimes.) In Honser Received from Senate. 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported Reported, 880; discussed, 1148, 2922, 2959, 3051; passed, 3052 ; and passed, 3892 enrolled; 8948.

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passed House, 3954; enrolled, approved 3984 S. No. 292

In House: Received from Senate, 3067; referred. 3097; reported,
Granting a pension to Maria Raftery.--[By Mr. Van Winkle).

3554; discussed, 8040; passed, 3943; enrolled, 3973.
Reported, 786 : passed, 1889; passed House, 3902; enrolled, || S. No: 308 –
63958approved. 18984.

For the relief of the heirs of the late General Duncan L, Clinch,
In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

deceased-By Mr. Daris.) and passed, 8898, enrolled, 8348. -147 ..

Reported and passed, 6880; passed House with amendment,

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S. No. 321– 1515; concurred in by Senate, 1567; reconsidered, 1620; For the relief of Mrs. Mary Gaither, widow of Wiley Gaither, non-concurred in by Senate, 1620; conference, 1744, 1782;

deceased. -[By Mr. Van Winkle.] conference report, 1843; concurred in by Senate, 1843; con- Reported, 981; passed, 1840; passed House, 3902 ; enrolled, curred in by House, 1899; enrolled, 1939.

3958; approved, 3984. In House: Received from Senate, 899; referred, 944; reported In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed with amendment, 1540 ja disagreed to by Senate,

and passed, '8898; enrolled, 3948. 1634; conference, (1668, 1681, 1707, 1761, 1797; conference

S. No. 322 report, 1866; concurred in by Senate, 1859; disousged, 1866,

Granting, & pension to Sherman H. Cowles. [By Mr. Van 1902; concurred in by House, 1904; enrolled, 1927.

*: Winkle.] T: S. No. 809

Reported, 981 ; passed, 1840 ; passed House, 3119; enrolled,
To promote the efficiency of the Indian department. [By Mr. post 918130 ; approved, 3318., 's, how
Nye.]
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In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported
Referred, 921.

and passed, 3103; enrolled, 3144. S. No. 310–

S. No. 323_n To incorporate the Georgetown and Washington Canal and Sewer- Granting a pension to Michael Kelley.- (By Mr: Van Winkle.] age Company. --[By Mr. Nye.]

Reported," 981; passed, 1841; passed House, 3119;i enrolled,

insi Referred, 921; reported, 4070. rocze

3130; approved, 3318.

In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported 8. No. 311-1 1219160 bin

qo, my w and passed, 3104; enrolled, 3144. -
To provide for a gradual reduction of the military forces, and to
discontinue certain unnecessary grades therein. - [By Mr.

S. No. 324-
For the relief of Thomas Swan.-[By Mr. Morton.)"

1 l
Referred, 121 ; reported, 1204 ; passed, 1232, 3

Referred, 981.
In House : Received from Senate, 1250 ; referred, 1772 j motion | S. No. 825!
to reconsider, 1772.

To constitute San Antonio, within the collection district of Saluria, 8. No. 812

Texas, a port of delivery.-By Mr. Morton:]
Granting, lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and tele-

Jon Referred, 981.
graph line from Fort Scott, Kansas, to Santa Fe, New Mex- S. No. 326–
co:-(By Mr. Pomeroy.)

Amending an act entitled "An act for the removal of the Winne,
Referred, 921; printed, 1230.

;. bago Indians, and for the sale of their reservation in Minné.

sota for their benefit.':-[By Mr. Thạyer. ] -17.30 S. No. 313. Requiring persons applying to Congress for the extension or

Referred, 981.,

sit T15 om tidly, I do)

S. No. 327–
renewal of patents to give public notice thereof.-[By Mr.
Willey.]

To extend the preëmption and homestead laws of the United
Referred, 921; reported, 1095; discussed, 1487; passed, 1488.

States over certain lands therein 'named. - [By Mr. Pomeroy.] In House: Received from Senate, 1514; referred, 2028. i

Referred, 981

;: ., ;*!1,7*** *71)

S. No. 328– For the relief of George T. Brien.—[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

11. Amendatory of an act entitled “An act donating public lands to

the several States and Territories which may provide colleges Reported, 080 ; passed, 1840; passed House with amendments, 3902 ; conference, 3954, 8984; cou ference report; 4097; con.

for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts,': curred in by Senate, 4097;! by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159 ;

approved July 2, 1862. - [By Mr. Henderson.] approved, 4235...

Referred, 981.

ulti,
In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869 ; reported

S. No. 329
and passed with amendments 3896, conference report agreed

To amend an act entitled "An act to provide a national currency to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182 ; enrolled, 4186,

secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide 8. No. 315-T

., for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved June 3,

1864.-[By Mr. Henderson.]
Granting a pension to Marquis D. L. Mitchell, of the Creek nation
of Indians.--[iBy Mr. Van Winkle.] : 1:31"

Reported, 999.
Reported, 981; passed, 1840.

S. No. 330—
In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, "1869.

For the relief of David T. Stevenson,-[By Mr, Morton.).
19:1 , bem się1116

Referred, 999. For the relief of Rebecca V. Senor, mother of James H. Senor,

S. No. 381 deceased. -- [By Mr. Van Winkle.)

To extend the time for completing a military road in the State of Reported, 9813 passed, 1840; passed House, 1902; enrolled,

Wisconsin.-[By Mr. Howe. ]

lignes 3958; approved, 8984.

, || 1,14; Referred, 1026; reported and passed, 1887; passed House, 2858; In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

enrolled, 2861; approved, 2925. In House: Received from Senate, 1906 ; referred, 2029; reported, 2829; passed, 2830, enrolled, 2876.: «;

1934,11

པཝ ༣ / Granting an increase of pension to Sylvanus Blodget, of Jericho,

S. No. 332-
Chittenden county, Vermont. [By Mr. Van Winkle. }',

Granting a pension to John W. Harris.--[By

By Mr. Van Winkle.]

Referred, 1026; reported, 1311; passed, 1842; passed House, In House: Received from Senate, 18505 referred, 1869"; reported,

3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

and passed, 8895; enrolled, 8948.
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For the relief of Charlotte Posey, widow of Sebastian R. Posey.

S. No, 333

For the relief of Julia M. Molin. - [By Mr. Van Winkle.) Reported, 981; passed, 1840; passed House, 3902; enrolled,

Referred, 1026 ;' reported, 1162; called up, 1841; passed, 1842;

passed House, 3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. In House: Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1809; reported

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In Tlouse : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ; reported

and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.

g. No. 334, Granting a pension to Bridget W. McGrorty and the minor children

Additional to an act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy of William B. McGrorty, deceased. By Mr. Van Winkle.)

-13 throughont the United States. (By Mr. Ferry.] Reported, 981; passed, 1840; passed House, 2925; enrolled, || S. No. 335–

Referred, 1026; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1163. In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

To create an Indian department, and to provide for the govern;

ment and civilization of the Indians. - [By Mr. Henderson.]

Referred, 1026. For the relief of George Lynch, a soldier of the war of 1812.

S. No. 386

To render more efficient the conduct of Indian affairs.--[By Mr. Reported, 981; passed, 1840; passed House, 2861; enrolled, ,

Henderson.]

Referred, 1026. In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

S. No. 337

Granting a pension to John H. Finlay. (By Mr. Van Winkle. ] sing Reported, 1070. passed, 1841, mas usiwi 11..

S. No. 3164

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