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S, 478–

S. 586—
To authorize the Secretary of War to relinquish and turn over to Granting an increase of pension to Samuel S. Hite.

the Interior Department certain parts of the Camp Douglas mil- Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1030) 817.
itary reservation, in the Territory of Utah.

S. 591Passed House 594.-Examined and signed 680,683.- Approved by President 947.

For the relief of the estate of Chester Ashley. S. 491

Introduced by Mr. Garland and referred to Committee on Claims 87.-Re

ported back (S. REPORT 582) 4595.-Passed Senate 4765.-Amended and For the relief of John W. Franklin, executor of the last will of John passed House 1503.-Examined and signed 1541, 1547.-Approved by

President 1886.
Armfield, deceased.
Passed House 577.-Examined and signed 622,628.-Approved by Presi- S. 600—
dent 750.

To refund internal-revenue tax illegally collected.
S. 493—

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 846. For the relief of C. S. Moss.

S. 619 Passed over in Senate 104, 272.

Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to make final adjustment S. 498/

of claims of certain foreign steamship companies arising from Granting a pension to Letitia Tyler Semple.

the illegal exaction of tonnage duties. Reported back adversely 1613.– Debated 2214–2246, 2283.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 467. S. 504

S. 632For the relief of John Silsby and others, purchasers of the “Weaver For the relief of the heirs of Manning R. Ariail and Sarah Fish, detract" lot of land in the city of Selma, State of Alabama.

ceased. Passed over in Senate 273.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1243) and indefinitely postponed 1547 S. 505

S. 634For the erection of a public building at Huntsville, Ala.

For a public building at Opelousas, La. Referred to House Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 84.--Re

Passed House 2567. ported back (H. R. Report 2672) 2571.

S. 636S. 512

For the erection of a public building at Oshkosh, Wis. For the relief of citizens of Ore Washington, Idaho, and Montana

Consideration in IIouse objected to 2430. who served in connection with the United States troops in the war with the Nez Percé Indians, and for the relief of the heirs

S. 6454 of such as were killed in such service, and for other purposes.

For the relief of Rebecca Jobnson. Passed over in Senate 434.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 964) and indefinitely postponed 505. S. 513

S. 646 Granting a pension to James Coffey, of Oregon.

For the relief of R. G. P. White, Peter Hanger, and L. T. Green. Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1017.-Recommitted Passed House 1163, 1920.-Examined and signed 1408, 1450.- Approved by 1036.

President 1563. S. 521

S. 654 For the relief of Ernest H. Ward well.

To provide for a commission on the subject of the alcoholic-liquor Recommitted to Senate Committee on Military Affairs 1193.

traffic. S. 5234

Debated and passed Senate 420, 421.

S. 656For the relief of Juliet Leef, widow, and the heirs of Henry Leef, deceased, owner of the bark Mary Teresa, illegally seized by

For the benefit of the States of California, Oregon, and Nevada (and Alexander H. Tyler, consul of the United States at Bahia, Brazil.

Nevada when a Territory). Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1049) and indefinitely postponed 877.

Reported back with amendments (S. REPORT 984) 648. Placed on Calendar 1216.

S. 671S. 526

For the relief of Elon A. Marsh and Minard Lafever. Granting a pension of $50 per month, to be paid out of the naval

Consideration in House objected to 2567. pension fund, to Julia T. Scott, widow of Gustavus H. Scott, s. 674– late a rear-admiral in the United States Navy, and for forty-six years in the active service.

To authorize the purchase of additional grounds for the United States Referred to House Committee on Pensions 446.--Reported back (H. R. RE

court-house and post-office building at Springfield, Ill. PORT 2526) 1656.-Passed Ilouse 1981, 1980.-Examined and signed 2041, Consideration in dlouse objected to 1165,-Passed House 1165, 1297.-Ex20:6.-Approved by President 2299.

amined and signed 1353, 1367.-Approved by President 1485. S. 535

S. 678, For the relief of the sureties of George F. Elliott.

In relation to the Chinese indemnity fund. Referred to House Committee on Claims 1862.

Reported back (S. REPORT 934) 426. S. 536—

S. 688— For the relief of Capt. Nicholas J. Bigley.

For the relief of Alexander K. Shepard. Passed over in Senate 432.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1339) 1870. S. 542

S. 692For the relief of John Fletch

For the relief of Michael Reynolds. Reference changed to Senate Committee on Indian Affairs 302.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1025) and indefinitely postponed 846. S. 544

S. 717

For the relief of John G. Rose. Granting an increase of pension to Elijah W. Penny.

Passed over in Senate 851. Debated, amended, and passed Senate 2006-2008.--Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.-Passed House S. 7212267, 2270.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.–Approved by President 2503.

For the relief of Joseph W. Yates. S. 568

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 966) and indefinitely postponed 505. For the relief of John B. Davis.

S. 723Reported back (S. REPORT 1048) 877 (see bill H. R. 653).

For the relief of Eugene B. Rail and others. S. 578–

Passed House 2562, 2564.-Examined and signed 2503, 2567.-Approved by

President 2503.
For the relief of Dennis W. Mullan,
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 961) and indefinitely postponed 505..

S, 725

For the relief of Charles Seymour, of Print, Mich., for services in the S. 585

war of 1812, and for pension, Granting a pension to John B. Tibbetts.

Reported back adversely (S. Rerazt 1381) and indefinitely postponed Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 939) and indefinitely postponed 467.

1930.

S. 729

S. 884– For the protection of children in the District of Columbia, and for Directing the Secretary of the Treasury to refund money wrongfully other purposes.

paid for duties on imports by Daniel Marcy. Amended and passed House 635. -Senate non-concurs in House amend- Reference changed to Committee on Finance 648. ments 686.-Conference appointed 635,761.-Conference report made and agreed to 983, 996.-Conference report reconsidered and disagreed to in S. 895Senate 1018.-Second conference appointed 1019, 1012.-Conference report made and agreed to 1380, 1391.-Examined and signed 1412, 1485. --Ap- For the relief of J. D. Morrison, surviving partner of C. M. and J. proved by President 1618.

D. Morrison. 8. 737

Consideration in House objected to 2567.
To remove the political disabilities of J. R. Waddy, of Virginia. S. 896-
Passed House 539,-Examined and signed 567, 654.- Approved by President
653.

For the relief of Pearson C. Montgomery, of Memphis, Tenn. S. 748

Amended and passed Senate 431, 432. Referring the claim of the owners of the schooner Addie B. Bacon to S. 902– the Court of Claims.

For the relief of Peter Targarona. Passed Senate 435.

Passed over in Senate 272, 350. S. 750

S. 926Granting a pension to Catharine Schools.

Granting a pension to Levi H. Naron. Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2407) 1055.-Passed House 1335, 1364.-Examined and

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1163) and indefinitely postponed 1315 signed 1408, 1450.- Approved by President 1618.

S. 929 S. 751

Granting a pension to Caroline Treckell. Granting a pension to Emma Martin and Harry E. Martin.

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 1017) 744. (H. R. REPORT 2271) 763.-Passed House 787,791.-Examined and signed

821, 846.-Approved by President 1020. S. 752

S. 947-
Granting an increase of pension to Joshua M. Ash.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 948) and postponed indefinitely 467.

Granting a pension to Powhattan B. Short.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1035) and indefinitely postponed S. 754

1017. In regard to the conveyance and devise of real estate in the District S. 954of Columbia.

For the relief of F. Prosh and T. F. McElroy. Passed over in Senate 132.

Passed over in Senate 433.
S. 760-

S. 957 -
For extension of pension of Mrs. Ann Leddy.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 991) and indefinitely postponed 648.

Granting a pension to Margaret D. Marchand.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1173) 1315, 1473.-Passed Senate 1475, 6. 764

2210.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2265.-Consid

eration in House objected to 2562. Granting an increase of pension to Abby P. Arnold. Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back (H.

S. 960— R. REPORT 2280)765.-Passed House 790,791.-Examined and signed 821, Granting an increase of pension to Ann H. Cunningham. 816.- Approved by President 1020.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 952) and indefinitely postponed 467 5. 772

S. 993-
Granting a pension to Erastus W. Babson.
Passed over in Senate 419, 433, 1369, 2069.

For the relief of Maria G. Dunbar.

Recommitted to Senate Committee on Pensions 2076.-Reported back with S. 779

amendment (H. R. REPORT 2644) 2226.--Amended and passed Senate 2238.-For a survey and estimates for a railroad from the mainland to Key

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2265.-Reported back

with amendment (S, REPORT 1456) 2275. West, Fla., and for a canal connecting the same with the Saint John's River, for military and naval purposes.

S. 1002Passed over in Senate 850.

For the relief of Cyprian T. Jenkins. S. 790

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1325) 1829. To anthorize Col. George W. Getty, U. S. A. (retired), to be placed S. 1008

upon the retired-list of the Army with the rank and pay of a To accept and ratify the agreement submitted by the Shoshones, Banmajor-general.

nocks, and Sheepeaters of the Fort Hall and Lemhi reservations, Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1003) 713.

in Idaho, May 14, 1880, for the sale of a portion of their lands in S. 817

said Territory, and for other purposes, and to make the necessary To permit Henry Vignaud, of Louisiana, second secretary of the le- appropriations for carrying out the same.

gation of the United States at Paris, to receive the decoration Amended and passed Senate 106, 272, 349. of the Legion of Honor of France.

S. 1010 Reported back (S. REPORT 915) 302.

To accept and ratify an agreement between the Secretary of the InS. 862

terior and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and Chief Moses For the relief of Uriel Crocker.

and other Indians of the Columbia and Colville reservations, in Passed IIouse 629.-Examined and signed 680, 683.-Becomes law without Washington Territory, and to make the necessary appropriations approval of President 1035.

for carrying the same into effect. S. 864

Passed over in Senate 104.-Indefinitely postponed 101. For the relief of William G. Ford, administrator of Johu G. Robinson, deceased.

S. 1018 Referred to Court of Claims (S. REPORT 957) 505, 2004.

To amend sections 3929 and 4041 of the Revised Statutes, authorS. 866--

izing the Postmaster-General to prohibit the delivery of regisTo refer the claims of John F. Kranz, and of John F. Kranz, sur

tered letters and the payment of money-orders, and providing viving partner of S. B. Smith & Co., to the Court of Claims.

for the return of the same. Referred to Court of Claims 505,

Passed Senate 101.

S. 1021S. 880 To extend the jurisdiction of justices of the peace in the District of To authorize the reapportionment of the Territory of Idaho into Columbia, and to regulate proceedings before them.

council and representative districts. Debated in Senate 433, 135,- Amended and passed Senate 850.

Passed over in Senate 830, 879. S. 882

S. 1025For the relief of William B. Stokes.

For the relief of William Ervin. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1377) and indefinitely postponed 1930. Amended and passed Senate 878.

279.

S. 1031–

S. 1155 For the relief of W. C. Marsh.

To provide for the issue of circulating notes to national banking asAmended and passed Senate 15.-Passed House 1904.-Examined and

sociations. signed 1937, 1959.- Approved by President 2135.

Debated and made special order in House 253-257.-Debated 724-741. S. 1035—

S. 1162-
To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to settle the claims of S. Granting a pension to Francis A. Liebschutz.

W. Marston, late United States Indian agent at Union agency, In- Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 988) and indefinitely postponed 648 dian Territory, for services and expenses.

8. 1163— Referred to House Committee on Claims 1520.-Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2617) 2525, 2329, 2571.

For the relief of Anson Atwood. S. 1039–

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 967) and indefinitely postponed 506. For the relief of the survivors of the exploring steamer Jeannette, s. 1167—

and the widows and children of those who perished in the re- For the relief of the estate of Marcus Walker, deceased, late of Franktreat from the wreck of that vessel in the Arctic seas.

lin, in the State of Louisiana. Reported back (FI. R. Report 2139) 376.--Referred to House Committee on Referred to Court of Claims 505. Naval Affairs 539.—Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2246) 530.

S. 1170_
S. 1040—

For the relief of Richard Hawley & Sons,
To provide for the construction of a public building at New Albany,
Ind.

Debated in Senate 16,53–55, 73–79.–Rejected 79.–Reconsidered 102. Consideration in House objected to 1010, 2133.

S. 1172S. 1042

For the relief of J. B. Cornell and others.

Referred to Court of Claims (S. REPORT 1572) 2485.
For the relief of the legal representatives of the late Capt. John G.
Tod, of Texas.

S. 1175
Reference ehanged to Senate Committee on Claims 467.-Reported back Granting a pension to Anna M. Smith.
adversely and indefinitely postponed 505.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 936) and indefinitely postponed 466. S. 1043–

S. 1183To quiet certain laud titles in the State of Mississippi.

Granting a pension to Hugh O'Neil. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1535) and indefinitely postponed

Reported back (S. REPORT 1057) 940.- Passed Senate 1372.-Referred to

Ilouse Committee on Pensions 1529.-Reported back (II. R. REPORT 2615) S. 1079-

151.5.--Passed House 1987, 1980.-Examined and signed 2061, 2086.-Ap

proved by President 2200. Granting an increase of pension to Birs. Emily M. Wyman. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1231) 1477.

S. 1189 S. 1098

For the relief of the heirs at law of John Graham. For the relief of V. B. Horton

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 999) 716. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 862) aud indefinitely postponed 503.

S. 1212S. 1103

To authorize the extension of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway to To remove the charge of desertion from the military record of Will

a point on the military lands at Fortress Monroe, Va. iam H. Fenton.

Indefinitely postponed 27?. Reconsidered 15.

S. 1228S. 1104

Granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Marie Louise Craven. Relating to acknowledgments of conveyances of land in the District Referred to Hlouse Committee on Invalid Pensions 446. - Reported back adof Columbia.

versely (H. R. REPORT 2167) 1263.-Rejected 1661, 1603, 1668, 1958, 1959. Indefinitely postponed 2001,

S. 1235-S. 1111

To establish an educational fund, and apply a portion of the proceeds Granting an increase of pension to Sally Rodman, widow of General of the public lands to public education, and to provide for the Isaac P. Rodman.

more complete endowment and support of colleges for the adReference changed to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 961.--Re

vancement of scientific and industrial education. ported back (II. R. REPORT 2101) 10.55.- Passed llouse 1107, 1119.-Exam

Passed over in Senate 272, 350, 413, 430. ined and signed 1276, 1281. -Approved by President 1135.

S. 1242 S. 1112

To reimburse Elizabeth Comstock customs dues paid by her on arGranting a pension to John Sweeney.

ticles donated for the reliet of colored refugees. Referred to Ilouse Committee on Invalid Pensions 416.--Reported back Passed Ilouse 1656.-Examined and signed 1276, 1231.-Approved by Presi. (HR. REPORT 2187) 76.5.--Passed House 977, 979.--Examined and signed

dent 1102. 1009, 1013.- Approved by President 1151.

S. 1251-
S. 1113-
Granting a pension to Ann E. Manchester.

To authorize the purchase of a wharf for the use of the Government Reporter back (S. REPORT 1220) 1177.--Passed Senaie 2072.-Referred to

in Wilmington, N. C. llonse ('ommittee on Invalid Pensions 2.23. ---Reported back 9266. -- Passed

Passed House 1941.---Examined and signed 1872, 1999.- Approved by Presillouse 2269, 2276.-Examined and signed 2321, 2327.--Approved by President 250).

S. 1254. S. 1117

Referring the claim of Apollos Hale, administrator, to the Court of For the erection of a public building at Macon, Ga.

Claims, Passed House 2029.-Examined and signed 2001, 2036.-Approved by Pres

Recommitted to Senate Committee on Claims 389. ident 2299.

S. 1260_
S. 1144-
Granting a pension to John W. Wright.

Granting a pension to William J. Duley.
Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.--Reported back

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 910. (II. R. REPORT 2321) 903. --Pitssed House 979.--Examined and signed 1009, S. 1268_

1018.--Approved by President 1151. S. 1146

For the relief of Sydney L. Skagys. To provide for the erection of a public building in the city of An

Reported back (S. REPORT 917) 457.- Passed Senate 1369,--Referred to House

Committee on Invalid l'ensions 1528.--Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2325) napolis, Md.

1636. --Pasyeu llouse 1977, 1936. - Examined and signed 2004, 2086.-Ap('onsideration in Ilouse objected to 2560.

proved by President 2299. S. 1148

S. 1271For the relief of William B. Moses.

In relation to the Chinese indemnity fund. Laid on table in House 633.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 427. S. 1154

S. 1273— To increase the pension of Anne S. Mellach.

For the relief of the State University of California. Placed on Calendar (S. REPORT 935) 466.- Passed over in Senate 1369.

Passed over in Senate 433,

dent.

S. 1286—

S. 1365For the relief of Henrietta M. Sands.

Granting an increase of pension to Eugene O'Sullivan, late a serReference changed to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1091.-Re- geant of Company K, Eighteenth Missouri Volunteer Infantry. ported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2482) and laid on table 1263.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1133) 1193.-Passed Senate 1373.-Referred to S. 1287

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back with amend

ments 1656.-Amended and passed House 1657, 1663.-Senate concurs in For the relief of Juliet H. Palmer.

House amendment 1728.-Examined and signed 1732, 1757.-Approved

by President 2083. Indefinitely postponed (see bill H. R. 4015).

S. 1370— 8. 1291–

For the relief of Washington Ford. To quiet and confirm the title to certain lands in the Saginaw Bay, in the State of Michigan.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1242) and indefinitely postponed 1517. Debated, amended, and passed Senate 1000, 1001,

S. 1372– S. 1296

To establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United

States. For the relief of Mrs. Henrietta H. Cole.

Motion to suspend rules and make special order debated and rejected 460 Reported back (S. REPORT 921) 326.

464.-Consideration in House objected to 2432. S. 1300—

S. 13744 To authorize the President to restore Tenedore Ten Eyck to his To provide for the sale of the old site of Fort Brady, Michigan, and

former rank in the Army, and to place him upon the retired-list for a new site, and the construction of suitable buildings thereon. of Army officers.

Reported back (S. REPORT 969) 540.-- Amended and passed Senate 717.Passed Senate 851,879, 1385.

Referred to House Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 1037.S. 1303—

Reference changed to Committee on Military Affairs 1511.-Reported

back (H. R. REPORT 2622) 1862. To grant the right of way over the public lands of the United States s. 1381to the Lost Lake and Mount Hood Improvement Company.

For the relief of certain settlers on the Duck Valley Indian reservaPassed over in Senate 273.-Debated, amended, and passed Senate 352–354.

tion, in Nevada. S. 1308

Indefinitely postponed 1017 (see bill H. R. 3008). To grant arrears of pension to the widow of Milton Searle.

S. 1392Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1455) and indefinitely postponed 2226.

To compensate John W. Smith for losses sustained by him during the S. 1309

war of the rebellion. To provide statuary and historical tablets for the Saratoga monu- Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 965) and indefinitely postponed 505 ment.

S. 1399_ Passed House 58.--Examined and signed 132, 174.- Approved by President 328.

For the relief of William C. Dodge. S. 1320

Amended and passed Senate 433, 434. For the relief of Mrs. Emily Miller.

S. 1400— Passed over in Senate 431.

For the relief of Edward C. Garlick. S. 1323–

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1238) 1547. To increase the pension of David I, Whitman.

S. 1412– Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1511) and indefinitely postponed 2226. Authorizing the Secretary of War to adjust and settle the account for S. 1325

arms between the State of South Carolina and the Government

of the United States. Granting an increase of pension to Merlin C. Harris. Indefinitely postponed 1613 (see bill H. R. 2136).

Passed House 1843.-Examined and signed 1937, 1959.- Approved by Pres

ident 2135, S. 1331

S. 1416Making appropriation for the relief of the First National Bank of

Granting a pension to Mrs. Charlotte Hackett. Newton, Mass.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1171) 1315.-Passed Senate 1376.-Referred to Debated in Senate 413-119, 130,561-567,719-723, 745, 746-750, 793-797.-Passed

Ilouse Committee on Invalid Pensions 1520.-Reported back 1656.Senate 797.

Passed House 1662, 1663.--Examined and signed 1685, 1728.--Approved S. 1334

by President 19-45.

S. 1417Granting arrears of pension to Mary Ringgold Archer, widow of Robert H. Archer, deceased.

To enable Martrom D. Lewis, public administrator, of the city of Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1031) and indefinitely postponed 847.

Saint Louis, in the county of Saint Louis, and State of Missouri, S. 1335

having charge of the estate of Gabriel Neudecker, deceased, to

make application to the Commissioner of Patents for the extenTo authorize the settlement of the accounts of the late John V. B. sion of letters patent numbered 70012, for a process of preparing Bleeker, a paymaster in the Navy.

tobacco, granted October 22, 1867, to said Gabriel Neudecker, Passed House 1388.-Examined and signed 1442, 1485.--Approved by Pres

deceased. ident 1886.

Passed Senate 850, S. 1336–

S. 1420— Granting an increase of pension to Ann Cornelia Lanman.

To increase the efficiency of the Army of the United States. Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 744.

Passed over in Senate 432,798, 849, 878, 1480. S. 1337

S. 1427-
Granting an increase of pension to Lucy Le G. Jeffers.

Granting an increase of pension to Abby S. Slocum.
Motion to reconsider 284, 539, 619, 696.-Indefinitely postponed 686 (see bill
H.R. 3661).

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back ad

versely (H. R. REPORT 2281) 765. S. 1347

S. 1432-
For the relief of the sufferers by loss of the Government steamer J.
Don Cameron.

For the relief of the Metropolitan police force of the District of Co

lumbia. Passed House 1813.-Examined and signed 1937, 1959.-Approved by President 2135,

Passed House 156, 672.-Examined and signed 716, 724.- Approved by Pres.

ident 848. S. 1351For the relief of the Continental Fire Insurance Company, Eagle Fire

S. 1435– Insurance Company, City Fire Insurance Company, and Com

To fix the positions of the assistant astronomers at the Naval Observmercial Mutual Insurance Company, all of New York city.

atory. Reference changed to Senate Committee on Finance 131.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 914. S. 1360—

S. 14364 Giving a pension to Mina M. Gwynn, of Kansas City, Mo.

Granting a pension to Francis M. Cox. Passed over in the Senate 850, 2068.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1158) and indefinitely postponed 1315. S. 1441

S. 1574-
To authorize the construction of bridges across the Great Kanawha To provide for the sale of the Cherokee reservation in the State of
River, and to prescribe the dimensions of the same.

Arkansas.
Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1366 (see bill S. 2621). Amended and passed Senate 104.
S. 1443—

S. 1575/
Granting a pension to Peter Riley.

To provide for the payment to the legal representatives of Arvah Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1161) and indefinitely postponed Hopkins of the rent of certain property in Tallahassee, Fla., for 1315.---Placed on Calendar 1366.

the use of the Army. S. 1445

Reported back (S. REPORT 916) 302. To provide for the settlement of the rights of the States and of the s. 1577— corporations and persons interested in any grant of lands in aid

To provide for the bringing of suits by citizens of the United States of railroads and canals which shall be declared forfeited by act against the Government thereof in certain cases. of Congress.

Passed over in Senate 105, 272. Passed over in Senate 104, 272, 349, 413, 430,564.

S. 1578 8. 1446—

To amend the charter of the National Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Lou Gobright McFalls.

Home, and in relation to the assets thereof. Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back ad.

Passed Senate 434. versely (H. R. REPORT 2291) 765.-Consideration in House objected to 2534

S. 1592–
S. 1450
For the readjustment of compensation for the transportation of the

For the relief of Franklin S. Whitney. mails on railroad routes.

Referred to Court of Claims (8. REPORT 901) 11. Passed over in Senate 434, 85C.

S. 1594 S. 1452

Granting a pension to Mrs. Elizabeth F. Asper. For the relief of B. Reinhart & Co.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1029) 946.-Indefinitely postponed 943. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1517) and indefinitely postponed 2226. S. 1609 S. 1455–

To provide for the purchase of a site and the erection of a public For the relief of D. O. Adkinson.

building thereon at Detroit, Mich. Consideration in House objected to 1262.

Debated, amended, and passed House 1539, 1540, 1572.-Referred to Senate

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 1565. -Senate non-concurs S. 1472–

in House amendment 2027.-Conference appointed 2027, 2086.--Confer

ence report made and agreed to 2144, 2184, 2205.-Examined and signed To permit the owners of certain vessels and cargoes to sue the Uni

2243, 2264.- Approved by President 2349. ted States in the Court of Claims.

S. 1612Debated, amended, and passed Senate 430, 431.

Granting a pension to Bryson R. McCartney. S. 1473

Reported back (S. REPORT 1360) 1930.-Passed Senate 2078.-Referred to To enlarge the United States custom-house at Richmond, Va.

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2266.

Passed House 2270, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved Debated and passed House 2029, 2030.-Examined and signed 2064, 2086.Approved by President 2299.

by President 2503. S. 1481

S. 1625

For the relief of William Bowen. For the relief of 0. L. Cochran, late postmaster at Houston, Tex.

Passed House 638.-Examined and signed 680,683.- Approved by PresIndefinitely postponed 2244 (see bill H. R. 1566).

ident 947. S. 1501

S. 1623_
For the relief Robert Strachan, John H. Johnson, Samuel M. Bryan, Granting a pension to Elizabeth Howard.
George Combs, Annie Botts, and George A. Hawkins.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1028) and indefinitely postponed 846. Recommitted to Senate Committee on District of Columbia 819.--Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1071) and indefinitely postponed 996.

S. 1631S. 1502

For the relief of John W. Blake. To grant a right of way to the Fort Worth and Denver City Railway

Referred to House Committee on Military Affairs 1038.-Reference changed

to Committee on payment of Pensions, Bounty, and Back Pay 1221.Company through the Indian Territory, and for other purposes. Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2583) 1801.-Consideration in House obPassed over in Senate 104.

jected to 2560. S. 1504

S. 1633For the erection of a public building at Pueblo, Colo.

Granting a pension to James Bond. Consideration in House objected to 2432.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1170) 1315.-Debated, amended, and passed SenS. 1515—

ate 1376, 2069-2071.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions

2223.-Reported back 2266.- Passed House 2273, 2276.-Examined and Granting a pension to Beverley Post.

signed 2324, 2327.- Approved by President 2503. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1159) and indefinitely postponed 1315. S. 1642S. 1534/

To incorporate the Spokane Falls and Cæur d'Alene Railway ComIn relation to courts and judicial proceedings in the Territories.

pany. Reported back adversely and indetinitely postponed 229.

Debated in Senate 68-73.-Passed over in Senate 435. S. 1543

S. 1652For the relief of Wilbur F. Steele.

To provide for the improvement of the channel between Galveston Amended and passed Senate 413.-Consideration in House objected to 2502.

Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico. S. 1546

Consideration in Senate objected to (S. REPORT 902) 102, 175, 1492, 1899, 1935. Granting a pension to Orin R. McDaniel.

S. 1653-
Reported back (S. REPORT 983) 648.—Passed Senate 1370.-Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528. ---Reported back 1656. -

Granting a pension to John H. Crumb.
Passed House 1662, 1663.-Examined and signed 1685, 1728.--Approved by

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1166) and indefinitely postponed 1316. President 1915,

S. 1654-
S. 1554–
For the relief of S. N. Wood.

Granting a penision to Selinda E. Smith.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1033) 847.
Passed over in Senate 879.
S. 1571-

S. 1655
Granting a pension to James McCallen.

Granting a pension to Newton J. Burris. Reported back (S. REPORT 987) 648.—Passed Senate 1370.-Referred to House Reported back (S. REPORT 1163) 1315.–Passed Senate 1874.-Referred to Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back 1650.- Amended

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back (H. R. REand passed House 1662, 1663. -Senate concurs in House amendment

1728.

PORT 2517) 1656.–Passed House 1975, 1986.-T rosinone and signed 2064, Examined and signed 1770, 1773.- Approved by President 2083.

2086.-Approved by President 2299,

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