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Conger-Continued.

Contagious Diseases. See DISEASES. Reports made by, from

Contested Elections in House Committee on Territories

Craig vs. Shelley: resoiation passed seating Craig 555. Mono County, California (REPORT 1009) 744.

Frederick vs. Wilson: report of committee on (H. R. REPORT Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

2623) 1900, 2050. Congo Conference

resolution passed seating Frederick 2262, 2325, 2406,

2410, 2565. Reports of Secretary of State relative to (H. R. Ex. Docs. 156,

McLean vs. Broadhead: report of committee on (H. R. REPORT 247) 446, 464, 580, 1087, 1287, 1920.

2613) 1845. Report of House committee relative to (H. R. REPORT 2655)

Pool vs. Skinner: considered 2261. 2571.

Contested Elections in Senate Congress

Resolution for compilation of digest of cases of, passed 2127, Joint resolution to pay officers and employés for December on

2176. 20th day of month (see H. Res. 300). Joint resolution to pay employés for March immediately after Continental Fire Insurance Company adjournment (see H. Res. 346).

Bill for relief (see bill s. 1351) Congressional Globe

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7762). Resolution of Senate authorizing binding for Senate library, Converse, George L. (a Representative from Ohio) passed 1525, 1614.

Attended 8. Congressional Library. See LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

Appointed teller 1038. Congressional Record

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by Bill to provide for distribution to incorporated institutions (see

Hafford, James H: to grant additional pension (see bill H. R. bill S. 2449).

7739) 253. Joint resolution to furnish to American legations abroad (see S. Petitions and papers presented by, from R. 44).

Ohio, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 388, 646, Concurrent resolution of Senate to regulate printing of speeches

716, 1314, 1827. in 422, 424, 916.

to increase widows' pensions 741. Resolution in House for rule to regulate printing speeches in, Ohio State University: to establish agricultural experimental referred 252.

stations 1070. Resolution of House to expunge remarks printed by Mr. Taylor

Remarks by, on after adjournment of last session 205–217. Petition to reduce price of 1511.

Consular and diplomatic appropriation bill 819. Petition of compositors for relief 791, 1054, 1071.

Public land laws 2207.

Thornburgh, Eliza W: increase of pension to 1659. Connecticut

Wright, Lot: investigation of charges against 24. Bill for relief of officers of Fifth Regiment of Volunteers (see Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

bill H. R. 8043). Connell, John

Conway, Maurice

Bill to confirm private land claim (see bill H. R. 7606).
Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7741).
Petition to remove charge of desertion 174.

Cook, Holden
Papers referred in House 265.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7707). Connolly, Michael

Cook, James Petition for relief 715.

Petition for relief 1071. Connolly, Daniel W. (a Representative from Pennsylvania)

Cook, John C. (a Representative from Iowa) Attended 8.

Appointed teller 2056, 2112.
Appointed on Committee on Military Affairs 428.

Amendments offered by, to
Leave of absence granted to 59, 1862.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

River and harbor appropriation bill 1924, 2112.
Pennsylvania, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill

Petitions and papers presented by, from 433, 559, 715, 1704.

Iowa, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 299, 465, Resolutions offered by

503, 540, 716, 791, 1827, 2060.

to increase widows' pensions 2059. Lamb, John G: to continue employment of 1121.

Remarks by, on Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

District of Columbia liquor traffic 2055. Connor, Elizabeth

National-bank circulation 727. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 411).

River and harbor appropriation bill 1924.

Treasury notes and silver certificates 259.
Constitution of United States

Vicksburg, Miss: public building 1843.
Joint resolution proposing amendment to require consent of Resolutions offered by
House to ratification of treaties (see H. Res. 291)

Rules: for amendment relative to order of business 833. Joint resolution proposing amendment to require prior consent of Congress to make reciprocity treaties (see H. Res. 303).

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Consular and Diplomatic Service

Cook, John H. Annual appropriation bill (see bill H. R. 7857).

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 2635).
Letter of Secretary of State relative to consul at Buenos Ayres
(H. R. Ex. Doc. 67) 483.

Cook, Patrick
Report of Secretary of State on consular service (H. R. Ex. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 1739).

Doc. 65)483.
Estimate for purchasing premises for United States legation in

Cook, Peter
Corea (H. R. Ex. Doc. 148) 1040.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7581).
Estimate of appropriation to pay interpreter at United States

Papers referred in House 844. legation in Japan (H. R. Ex. Doc. 217) 1596.

Cooke, John K. Message of President relative to donation of ground for United

Bill to remove political disabilities (see bill H. R. 7231). · States legation in Japan (H. R. Ex. Doc. 187) 1325, 1366. Letter of Secretary of State relative to burning of consulate at Cooke, L. W. Iquique, Peru (H. R. Ex. Doc. 177) 1221.

Petition of 1364. Consular Courts

Cooledge, Adeline A.
Bills to regalate (see bills S. 343; H. R. 1867).

Petition for pension 939.
XVI-

Cooney, James

Cosgrove-Continued. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4106).

Motions and resolutions offered by Cooper, George of John

Adjourn: to 218, 1728. Petition for relief 1119.

Marston, S. W: to consider bill for relief, objected to 2525, 2529. Papers referred in House 1143.

Petitions and papers presented by, from Cooper, Joseph

Ancona, John F: to adjust salary 1049.

Cunningham, S. B: to adjust salary 1049. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 1194).

Missouri, citizens of: against importation of foreigu labor under Coopor, Samuel 2.

contract 539. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 5124).

for passage Mexican war pension bill 227, 299, 540, 1613.

Remarks by, on Cooper, Thomas, and others

Commissioner of Patents: salary of 1809, 1810. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7954).

Murphy, Charles, relief of 1334, 1335. Cooper, Wickliffe

Photolithographing patents 1810. Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 2278).

River and harbor appropriation bill 1924.

Reports made by, from Coosa River

Committee on Post-Office and Post-Roads Bill to allow East and West Railroad to bridge (see bill H. R.

Free-delivery system (bill H. R. 8218; REPORT 2603) 1822. 8131).

Committee on Private Land Claims
Bill to improve, offered by Mr. Forney 411.

Oswego (Kans.) Catholic church (REPORT 2652) 2571.
Bill to improve, offered by Mr. Clements 411.
Memorial of Alabama Legislature for improvement of 1243,

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
1278, 1313.

Cotton Centennial Exposition. See NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION. Copeland, c.

Cottrell, Hannah
Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4011).

Petition for pension 2117.
Copeland, Reuben
Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7684).

Coughlin, J. J.
Papers referred in House 298.

Petition for relief 1016.

Resolution of House to pay for services, referred 2035.
Copen, Addison M.
Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 8136).

Coughlin, Martin

Bills for relief (see bills H. R. 7680, 8188).
Copyrights
Bill to establish an international copyright (sce bill 8. 2498).

Council Bluffs, Iowa
Petitions for bill 101, 348, 1929.

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 441). Bill to grant, to citizens of foreign countries (see bill H. R. 7850). Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to increasing cost of Coquille River

public building at (H. R. Ex. Doc. 145) 1040. Petitions for improvement of 1447, 1546, 1929, 1987.

Counterfeiting Corbett, Thomas

Bill to amend law relative to counterfeiting letters patent (see Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247.

bill H. R. 7631). Corea

Court of Appeals. See COURTS OF UNITED STATES, Joint resolution to allow Army officers to accept service in (see Court of Claims

S. R. 133) 2404. Letter of Secretary of State relative to detailing Army officers for Annual report of judgments rendered by (S. Mis. Doc. 1) 10, 80. military instructors in (H. R. Ex. Doc. 163) 1106, 1144.

Letters relative to appropriation for printing (H. R. Ex. Doc. Estimate for purchasing premises for United States legation in

167) 1120. (H. R. Ex. Doc. 148) 1040.

Report of Secretary of Treasury on unpaid judgments of (H. R.

Ex. Doc. 236) 1840. Corfe, Frederick

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for defense of United States Bill to pension (sce bill H. R. 452).

in (S. Ex. Doc. 88) 1987. Cornell, J. B., and others

Courts of States Bill for relief (see bill S. 1172).

Bill to protect rights of citizens in (see bill H. R. 8258) 2242. Corning, Edward

Courts-Martial Bill for relief (see bill S. 1800).

Report of Senate committee on (S. REPORT 1337) 1830. Cornwell, Alonzo

Debate in Senate relative to 2118-2125. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7016).

Courts of United States Cornwell, Daniel

Appeals: bill to regulate appeals from supreme courts of TerriBill to pension (see bill H. R. 945).

tories and District of Columbia (see bill H. R. 6220).

Appropriations for. See DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Corrigon, Margaret

California: bill to create southern judicial district (see bill H. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 2458).

R. 1808).

Dakota : bills to amend act providing two additional justices for Corts, Harrict A. B.

supreme court (see bills S. 2381; H. R. 7566, 8023). Bill to pension (see bill S. 2524).

bills increasing jurisdsction of probate courts in (see bills Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 8033).

H. R. 8113, 8173). Petition for increase of pension 994.

Judgments of : bill to regulate effect (see bill H. R. 7013). Corwin (U. S. rerenue-steamer)

Judges: bills to increase number (see bills H. R. 7843, 7930).

petitions to increase salaries of 265, 846, 1771. Joint resolution of thanks to officers and crew of (see H. Res. 317).

Jurisdiction: bill to amend law relative to writs of habeas corReport of Secretary of Treasury on cruise of 1968, 2624.

pus (see bill H. R. 5691). Concurrent resolution to print report on cruise of, passed House

bill to prohibit jurisdiction in enforcing State taxes (see and referred in Senate 2732, 2818.

bill H. R. 7988). Cosgrove, John (a Representative from Missouri)

bill to define jurisdiction in suits against officers of United Attended 8.

States (see bill H. R. 8247). Leave of absence granted to 376.

Kentucky: bill to regulate jurisdiction of (see bill H. R. 8064).

Louisiana : petition to investigate certain proceedings in eastern Amendments offered by, to

district 2326. Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1809, 1810. New York: bills to provide additional judge for southern disRiver and harbor appropriation bill 1859, 1924.

trict (see bills S. 2406; H. R. 7820).

Courts of United States-Continued.
North Carolina: bill to hold circuit court at Wilmington (see

bill H. R. 6076).
Officers of: bill to regulate pay and duties (see bill H. R. 7675).

bill to amend law relative to fees of (see bill S. 2395). bill to repeal double allowance of clerks' fees in Cali

fornia, Oregon, and Nevada (see bill H. R. 2576).
bill to amend law regulating compensation 1261.
minority report of House committee on, withdrawn 345.
letter relative to substituting salaries for fees (H. R. Ex.

Doc. 239) 1840.
Organization of: bills to establish court of appeals (see bills S.

2035; H. R. 7512).
Regulations for: bill to allow appeal in habeas corpus cases (see

bill H. R. 5691). bill regulating appeals from Territorial courts (see bill

H. R. 6220). bills to amend law relative to security in writs of error

and appeal (see bills S. 2548; H. R. 3714). petition for commission to prepare code of procedure

1929. Removal of causes: bills to amend law relative to (see bills H. R.

4409, 8258).
Tennessee : bill attaching Grundy County to middle judicial dis-

trict (see bill H. R. 2728).
Territorial : bill relative to (see bill S. 1671).

bill to regulate appeals from (see bill H. R. 6220).
Utah: bill to amend act of 1874 relative to (see bill S. 2414).
Washington Territory: bills to amend act providing an additional

justice for supreme court (see bills S. 2381; H. R. 7566,

8023). Witnesses in: bill to amend law relative to (see bill H. R. 7921). Writs of error : bills to amend law relative to security in (see

bills 2548; H. R. 3714). Cousins, George W.

Bill to amend military record (see bill H. R. 5820). Cover, Abraham

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 4021). Covington, G. W. (a Representative from Maryland)

Appointed on committee to attend opening of New Orleans Ex

position 261. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Oulay, Henry T., & Son: for relief (see bill H. R. 8073) 1007.

Rowley, William H., & Sons: for relief (see bill H. R. 7892) 596. Petitions and papers presented by, from

Maryland, citizens of: to deepen Dividing Creek 559.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Accounts

Committee stenographer: resolution to pay, adopted 1751, 2566.

Howard, Willie S: resolution to employ as page, adopted 161. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Cowardin, John L.

Bill to remove political disabilities of (see bill H. R. 7078).
Cox, Francis M.

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1436).
Cox, Samuel Sullivan (a Representative from New York)

Attended 8.
Appointed on committee to notify President 9, 2567.
Appointed teller 715.
Chairman Committee of Whole 38, 156, 581, 766.

Leave of absence granted to 1685.
Amendments offered by, to

District of Columbia: bill to provide criminal code for 636.
Post-Office appropriation bill 1555.
River and harbor appropriation bill 1342, 1343, 2155.
Rules: resolution for amendment 1171.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2214.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Adis Israel Hebrew Congregation: for relief (see bill H. R. 8181)

1428. Army: to retire captains and lieutenants in (see bill H. R. 7999)

833.
Ashuelot (U. S. S.): for relief of sufferers by wreck of (see bill

H. R. 7764) 315.
American merchant marine: to amend law relative to removal

of burdens on (see bills H. R. 7537, 7632) 56, 82.
Assistant Chief Signal Officer: to create office of (see bill H. R.

7817) 447.

Cox-Continued.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Bartholdi statue: to aid in completion of pedestal for (see H.

Res. 296) 82.
Census Bureau: to abolish (see H. Res. 325) 1164.
Collister, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 7816) 447.
French Benevolent Society: to admit free works of art for (see

bill H. R. 7819) 447.
Homestead law: granting land for monument to (see bill H. R.

8137) 1056. Import duties: to amend rates on certain articles (see bill H. R.

7633) 82.
Letters patent: to amend law relative to counterfeiting (see bill

H. R. 7631) 82.
Liberty Enlightening the World: to use for light-house statue

of (see H. Res. 306) 447.
Morris, Daniel: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R.

7758) 253. New York Harbor: to prevent obstruction of (see bill H. R. 7818)

447. Steel gunboat: to authorize construction of (see bill H. R. 7998)

833.

Tenth Census: to continue work on (see H. Res. 289) 56. Motions and resolutions offered by

Acting rear-admirals: that President be requested to furnish in.

formation relative to appointment of 57. Adjourn: to 714. Eight-hour law: inquiry relative to application to letter-carriers

of 82. French spoliation claims: to transmit Court of Claims papers

relative to, adopted 1089. Mexico: that President be requested to furnish information rel.

ative to relations between United States and 57. Naval advisory board: inquiry relative to expenses of 1007. Smith, Harry Blair: to employ as page to Clerk's desk, adopted

38.

Strang, Frederick S: inquiry relative to death of 253. Petitions and papers presented by, from

American Industrial League: to amend tariff on clocks and wraps

of wool 100.
Cudmore, P: relative to claims of volunteer soldiers 66.
McKay, N: relative to a navy 1869.
McKay, Nathaniel: relative to contract 324.
Moros, Louis P: to be appointed on retired-list of Navy 715.
Naval officers: relative to promotions 559.
New York, citizens of: for modification of shipping law 9.

for passage Mexican pension bill 465.
for purchase of Portage Lake canals 1511.
for ratification of Spanish treaty 979.
relative to lighting pubìic buildings 715.'
relative to shipping interests 100.
employés of custom-house: for certain retained salary

100.
Phønix National Bank: for relief 346.
Sons of Revolution Society: for appropriation to complete ped-

estal for statue of Liberty Enlightening the World 265. Tucker, Gideon J: relative to false statements in book published

by Congress 2276. Remarks by, on

Amendment of rules 1171, 1172.
Bureau of Labor 1811.
Casey, Thomas Lincoln: tendering thanks of Congress to 2201.
Committee on Naval Affairs: evening sessions for 1762.
Consular and diplomatic appropriation bill 814, 816.
Consular courts 840.
Correction of Journal 1496.
Department of Agriculture 264.
French spoliation claims 707, 708.
Internal-revenue taxes; repeal of 453.
Interstate commerce 371.
Limiting debate 1608.
Navy appropriation bill 1915, 1917, 1918, 1919, 2399,2400, 2403.
Navy temporary appropriation bill: conference report on 403.
Nebraska and Kansas settlers 1900.
Personal explanation 2301.
Post-Office appropriation bill 1544.
River and harbor appropriation bill 1341, 1343.
Saratoga monument (Appendix 26).
Strang, Frederick S: death of 665.
Taylor, Joseph D: violation of privileges of House by 216.
Tenth census: continuing work on 85.
White, Mr: remarks of 1024, 1025.
Wright, Lot: investigation of charges against 18, 20.

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Cox-Continued.

Crisp, Charles F. (a Representative from Georgia) Reports made by, from

Attended 8. Committee on Census

Amendments offered by, to Tenth census (H. Res. 289) 85.

Interstate commerce: bill to regulate 316.
Tenth census (REPORT 2304) 766.

Petitions and papers presented by, from
Tenth census (H. Res. 322; REPORT 2432) 1056.
Committee on Naval Affairs

Georgia, citizens of: for further aid to New Orleans Exposition Acting rear-admirals: resolution of inquiry relative to appoint

1447. ment of, adopted 161.

Remarks by, on Brainard, David L. (bill H. R. 7767) 610.

Interstate commerce 316, 318. Naval advisory board: resolution of inquiry relative to expenses

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. of, adopted 1220. Strang, Frederick S: resolution of inquiry relative to death of, Crocker, Uriel adopted 538.

Bill for relief (see bill S. 862). Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Message of President relative to bill for relief of (S. Ex. Doc.

49) 1035. Cox, William R. (a Representative from North Carolina) Attended 8.

Crook, William H. Appointed teller 1106.

Bill for relief (see bill S. 458). Presented credentials of James W. Reid 1042.

Crow, Walter H. Amendments offered by, to

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 6084).
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1697.

Crow Reservation. See INDIANS.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by
Washington Monument dedication: to provide accommodations

Crowell, Charles
for public at (see H. Res. 326) 1164.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7516). Motions made by

Crumb, John H. Adjourn: to 1143.

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1633).
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Crumley, William
North Carolina, citizens of: for agricultural experiment stations Petition for pension 101.

66. Remarks by, on

Crygier, John U. French spoliation claims 697.

Bill to appoint on Navy retired-list (see !!! S. 2772). Inaugural ceremonies 2407.

Culberson, David B. (a Representative from Texas) Revenue bills: power to originate 959.

Attended 8. Soldiers' roll of House 1697.

. Leave of absence granted to 537. Reports made by, from

Reports made by, from Committee on Foreign Affairs

Committee on Judiciary Long, Charles C. (REPORT 2261) 610.

McMinnville and Manchester Railroad (REPORT 2612) 1845. Venezuelan award (REPORT 2010) 1899.

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Culbertson, William W. (a Representative from Kentucky) Craft, Samuel W.

Attended 8.
Petition for relief 1049.

Motions and resolutions offered by
Papers referred in House 1049.
Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247.

McIntyre, Thomas J: to withdraw his papers 1054.
Crafton, Paul C.

Petitions and papers presented by, from Petition to adjudicate claim 1612.

Duke, Sarah T: to pension 204.

Kentucky, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill Craig, George H. (a Representative from Alabama)

411, 716, 822, 845, 913, 994, 1035, 1050, 1071, 1279, 1314, Attended 556.

1364, 1448, 1704, 1771, 1827, 1869. Leave of absence granted to 1295, 1571.

May, Samuel: war claim 1016. Resignation of 2508.

Remarks by, on Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Repeal of internal taxes (Appendix 3).
Courts of United States: for removal of causes to (see bill H. R. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

8258) 2033.
Selma, Ala: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 5010) 1004. Cullen, William (a Representative from Illinois)
to make port of entry (see bill H. R. 8259) 2033.

Appointed conferee on agricultural appropriation bill 2090. Tobacco-dealers: to exempt from special tax (see bill H. R. 8260) Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 2033.

Sherwood, William T: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7590) Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

80. Crane, Harrey

Motions and resolutions offered by Bill to pension (see bill S. 2161).

Ripley, Mary: to withdraw her papers 2222. Craven, Mary Louise

Petitions and papers presented by, from Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1228).

Illinois, citizens of: for construction of Hennepin Canal Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 2417).

1016.

for passage Mexican war pension bill 266, 347, 559, 742, Crawford, Elizabeth

994. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7757).

Reports made by, from Petition of citizens of Iowa for pension to 265.

Committee on Invalid Pensions Creighton, Elizabeth W.

Beeler, Sophia (REPORT 2598) 1804. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 5086).

Bond, James (bill S. 1633) 2266.

Earnest, William (REPORT 2600) 1804. Crenshaw, A. L. H.

Fitch, Thomas D. (REPORT 2344) 963. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6582).

Gilley, William H. H. (REPORT 2533) 1657.

Hoover, David T. (REPORT 2534) 1657. Crimes. See PARDONS.

Hurt, Joseph S. (REPORT 2601) 1804.

Kraemer, Edward (REPORT 2594) 1804. Crimmins, Mary E.

Law, John S. (REPORT 2599) 1804. Bill to pension (see bill S. 2242).

McDaniel, Orin R. (bill S. 1546) 1656.

Cullen-Continued.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Invalid Pensions

Martin, Sedate P. (bill S. 2262) 2266.
Oviate, John S. (REPORT 2597) 1804.
Reeser, Cyrus (bill S. 2398) 1656.
Reiman, Mary C. (REPORT 2596) 1804.
Sands, Henrietta M. (REPORT 2482) 1263.
Walters, William (REPORT 2595) 1804.

Weide, Alexander (REPORT 2593) 1804.
Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Calley, Langley B.

Bill for relief of heirs (see bill H. R. 1615).
Cullnan, Matthew A.

Petition for pension 265.
Cullom, Shelby M. (a Senator from Ilinois)

Attended 1.
Amendments offered by, to

Deficiency appropriation bill 2197, 2450.
Interstate commerce: bill to regulate 444, 1217, 1218.
River and harbor appropriation bill 1773, 2290.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2372.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by
Army: to allow officers to be retired on brevet rank (see bill S.

2372).
to allow officers who served in war of rebellion to retire

(see bill S. 2373) 2.
to prohibit distinctions of race or color in (see bill s.

2371) 2.
Commercial National Bank of Chicago: to increase capital stock

(see bill S. 2375) 2.
Fox, Benjamin F: for relief (see bill S. 2440) 230.
Hoover, David T: to pension (see bill S. 2514) 562.
Howard, Lewis P: to pension (see bill S. 2606) 1146.
Mississippi River: to allow bridge across at Alton, Ills., (see bill

S. 2657) 2027.
Paus, Henry A: for relief (see bill S. 2596) 1052.
Peoria, nil: to amend act to erect public building at (see bill

S. 2441) 230.
Quincy, Ill: to amend act to erect public building at (see bill

S. 2542) 683.
Rivers: to light with electricity (see bill S. 2374) 2.
Thompson, Samuel M: to increase pension (see bill S. 2570)

877.
Utah: to amend act relative to courts and judicial officers in (see

bill S. 2414) 68.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Adjourn: to 2144.
Committee on Transportation Routes to the Seaboard: granting

leave to sit during recess 2438, 2491.
Executive session: for 2144.
Interstate-commerce bill: to print 106, 1281.
Jeffers, Lucy Le G: to indefinitely postpone bill to increase pen-

sion 686.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

American Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Canal Company:

against ratification of Spanish treaty 325. Chicago, Ill., citizens of: for ship-canal 1773. Chicago Board of Trade: favoring Potter refunding bill 1244.

relative to bills of lading 1929. Chicago Board of Trade and others: relative to purchase of

water ways at Point Keweenaw, Mich. 1072. Illinois, citizens of: against ratification of Spanish treaty 300,

326, 466, 743, 1072, 1244. Illinois Horticultural Society: to establish experimental stations

621.
Illinois Legislature: in favor of Hennepin Canal 2064.

relative to opening Oklahoma for settlement 2062.
relative to purchase of Portage Lake and Lake Superior

Ship Canal 1929.
Labor unions: to prohibit importation of foreign labor under

contract 228.
McLean, William H: to pension 1244.
Motley and Sterling: for ratification of Spanish treaty 326:
Thomas, Theodore: for ratification of Spanish treaty 326.
United States, citizens of: to grant bounty lands to all soldiers

1244.

for legislation favorable to soldiers 1244. Remarks by, on

Interstate commerce 328, 444, 513, 518, 570, 572, 661, 686, 688,

757, 758, 806, 810, 1151, 1152, 1198, 1218, 1249.

Cullom-Continued.
Remarks by, on

Oklahoma lands 2062.
Peoria (Ill.) public building 2339.
River and harbor appropriation bill 2470.
Stickney, Adalbert: pension to 2070.
Thomas, Mrs. Frances L: increase of pension to 1374.

Thompson, Samuel M: increase of pension to 940.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Pensions

Alvord, Emily L. (REPORT 1172) 1315.
Armstrong, Harriet (REPORT 1417) 2061.
Baily, Harriet M. (REPORT 1363) 1930.
Bauman, Christian (REPORT 1460) 2225.
Beck, Anna (REPORT 1552) 2279.
Bennett, Lemuel J. (REPORT 1549) 2279.
Berry, Margaret A. (REPORT 1420) 2061.
Bever, Martin (REPORT 1081) 1017.
Blades, James M. (REPORT 1132) 1193.
Blair, Lewis J. (REPORT 1202) 1477.
Bond, James (REPORT 1170) 1315.
Boyden, Leonora A. (REPORT 1083) 1017.
Bremmer, Sarah J. (REPORT 1112) 1072.
Brent, Jane D. (REPORT 1553) 2290.
Buchanan, James (bill H. R. 1862) 2225.
Campbell, Isabel (REPORT 1082) 1017.
Corts, Harriet A. B. (REPORT 1204) 1477.
Cover, Abraham (REPORT 1551) 2279.
Crumb, John H. (REPORT 1166) 1315.
Cunningham, Ann H. (REPORT 952) 467.
Demaranville, Isaac (REPORT 1045) 847.
Dimmick, Russell J. (REPORT 1113) 1072.
Dwyer, John (REPORT 951) 467.
Edens: Henry W. (REPORT 1305) 1772.
Egbert, Marion D. (REPORT 1457) 2225.
Farquhar, Mary H. (REPORT 1258) 1613.
Fitch, Ameline L. (REPORT 1416) 2061.
Fitch, Thomas D. (REPORT 1419) 2061.
Ford, David E. (REPORT 1408) 2061.
Fowler, Elizabeth (REPORT 1358) 1930.
Frazier, James (REPORT 1356) 1930.
Gridley, Ann E. (REPORT 1307) 1772.
Hackett, Charlotte (REPORT 1171) 1315.
Hartley, Julia (REPORT 1203) 1477.
Hartley, Julia (REPORT 1042) 847, 878.
Henry, Jasper J. (REPORT 1359) 1930.
Hickey, John F. (REPORT 1308) 1772.
Hilton, Jane (REPORT 1260) 1613.
Holmes, Mary B. (REPORT 1445) 2225.
Hoover, David T. (REPORT 1134) 1193.
Jeffers, Lucy Le G. (bill H. R. 3661) 648.
Jeffries, Thomas (REPORT 1458) 2225.
Johnson, John (REPORT 976) 560.
Knick, Calvin L. (REPORT 1459) 2225.
Kraemer, Edward (REPORT 1554) 2290.
Laud, Mary A. (REPORT 1415) 2061.
Lewis, Abel J. (REPORT 1043) 847.
Lloyd, George T. (REPORT 1306) 1772.
McCartney, Bryson R. (REPORT 1360) 1930.
McDaniel, Orin R. (REPORT 983) 648.
McKinley, James (REPORT 1444) 2225.
Marcum, Julia A. (REPORT 1361) 1930.
Martin, Sedate P. (REPORT 1261) 1613.
Miller, William R. (REPORT 1259) 1613.
Norton, Mrs. F. M. (REPORT 1461) 2225.
O'Neil, Hugh (REPORT 1057) 940.
Queen, Rachel A. (REPORT 1550) 2279.
Reeser, Cyrus (REPORT 1044) 847.
Reid, James H. (REPORT 1357) 1930.
Rugg, George W. (REPORT 1114) 1072.
Schwartz, Frank (REPORT 950) 467.
Sloan, William L. (REPORT 1303) 1772.
Small, Priscilla J. (REPORT 1418) 2061.
Smith, Elizabeth (REPORT 1304) 1772.
Smith, Lois B. (REPORT 1364) 1930.
Smith, William B. (REPORT 953) 467.
Snyder, John (REPORT 1462) 2225.
Spencer, Charles B. (REPORT 1076) 1017.
Stack, James (REPORT 977) 560.
Stickney, Adalbert (REPORT 1152) 1279.
Stough, Elenor (REPORT 1257) 1613.
Stough, Israel (REPORT 1309) 1772.
Stricklin, William (REPORT 1421) 2061.
Sullivan, Eugene 0. (REPORT 1133) 1193.
Thomas, Cordelia B. (REPORT 1362) 1930.

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