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INDEX TO SENATE MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS.

Subject.

Allen, Mr. Resolution calling on the Secretary of the Navy for
information as to aliens in the Navy of the United States.
Allen, Mr. Resolution calling on the Secretary of War for informa-
tion as to aliens in the Regular Army of the United States....
Allen, Mr. Resolution calling on the Attorney-General for copies of
correspondence with railroad officials during industrial troubles
in Chicago.
'Allen, Mr.

Resolution that the Committee on Finance be discharged
from the further consideration of the bill (S. 2264) for the relief
of the several States of the Union.

Allen, Mr. Resolution that, in the judgment of the Senate of the
United States, the Secretary of the Treasury is not clothed with any
legal authority to issue and sell the bonds or other interest-bearing
obligations of the Government

Allen, Mr. Resolution that the Secretary of the Treasury be directed
to inform the Senate from what source the gold in this country
outside of the Treasury of the United States was increased during
the fiscal year 1893.
American Historical Association, annual report of the, for the
year 1893

Allison, Mr. A protest

Allison, Mr. Memorial of the salt manufacturers of the United
States to the Senate of the United States, asking that no reduc-
tion shall be made in the duties on salt.

Aldrich, Mr. Report of hearing of wage-earning women before
Senators Justin S. Morrill, John Sherman, William B. Allison,
and Nelson W. Aldrich, minority members, Finance Committee,
United States Senate, March 29, 1894..

Aldrich, Mr. Petition and protest of the manufacturers of woolens
and worsted goods of the United States, adopted at a mass meet-
ing held in New York City on Wednesday, January 10, 1894,
against the provisions of the wool and woolens schedule of the
Wilson tariff bill.

Architect of the Treasury, Bureau of the Supervising. Resolu-
tion by Mr. Peffer that the Committee on Public Buildings and
Grounds be directed to inquire as to the need of additional service
in the

Aliens in the Regular Army of the United States. Resolution call-
ing on the Secretary of War for information as to..
Aliens in the Navy of the United States. Resolution calling on the
Secretary of the Navy for information as to..

Appropriations, statements showing, made during the first and
second sessions of the Fifty-third Congress, new offices created
and offices the salaries of which have been omitted.

Armor plates. Resolution providing for select joint committee to
investigate facts relative to defective

Army. Conference report of the conference committee of the two
Houses on the bill (H. R. 6373) making appropriations for the sup-
port of the...

B.

Blackburn, Mr. Resolution relative to the revision of the rules of
the Senate
Blackburn, Mr.

From the committee of conference of the two
Houses, submitted conference report on the bill (H. R. 6373) mak-
ing appropriations for the support of the Army
Bates, Chas. H. Papers relative to claim of Edwin H. Van Ant-
werp and
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota Railroad Company. Letter from
the Secretary of the Interior transmitting the opinion of Acting
Commissioner of Indian Affairs as to a bill granting to the, a
right of way through the Leech Lake Indian Reservation in Min-
nesota...

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INDEX TO SENATE MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS.

Subject.

Barge Canal connecting the waters of the Mississippi River through
the State of Florida with the waters of the Atlantic seaboard. Ex-
position of the advantages and value of a, by Maj. Robert Gam-
brell, Tallahassee, Fla
Banks and banking. Memorial on finance, presented by Mr. Turpie,
past and present, with suggestions as to their future

Belt Railway Company. Report of the, for the year ending Decem-
ber 31, 1893

Berlin Silver Commission, 1894. Report of.

Bessemer, Mich. Memorial submitted by Mr. McMillan, from the
citizens of, protesting against putting iron on the free list.
Brice, Mr. Memorial of the Western Iron Ore Association praying
for a duty of 50 cents a ton on iron ore imported into the country..
Brice, Mr. Authorizing the Committee on Pacific Railroads to
make a personal examination of the roads and other properties of
the bond-aided Pacific Railway Companies..
Bribery. Resolution by Mr. Hill relative to the proceedings of the

special committee to investigate the charges of Bimetallism in relation to agricultural depression Bribery, charges of. Resolution by Mr. Lodge providing for an investigation of the, in connection with certain Senators Brightwood Railway Company. Report of the, presented by the President pro tempore, to January 1, 1894...

Bonds or other interest-bearing obligations of the Government. Resolution by Mr. Allen, that, in the judgment of the Senate of the United States, the Secretary of the Treasury is not clothed with any legal authority to issue and sell the.

Bonds. Resolution by Mr. Peffer relative to the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to issue and sell bonds as proposed in published notice

Bonds. Resolution by Mr. Stewart relative to the authority of the
Secretary of the Treasury to issue..

Bonds. Amendment by Mr. Quay to resolution submitted by Mr.
Stewart relative to the authority of the Secretary of the Treas-
to issue and sell. Part I.

Bonds. Amendment presented by Mr. Dubois as a substitute for
resolution submitted by Mr. Stewart relative to the authority of
the Secretary of the Treasury to issue. Part II

Bonds. Resolution (modified) by Mr. Stewart relative to the author-
ity of the Secretary of the Treasury to issue and sell. Part II
Bonds. Amendment by Mr. Vilas to resolution relative to authority
of the Secretary of Treasury to issue and sell. Part III
Bonds. Amendment by Mr. Call to the resolution submitted by the
Senator from Nevada relative to the authority of the Secretary of
the Treasury to issue and sell. Part IV.

Bonds proposed to be issued and sold. Resolution by Mr. Peffer relative to offers received by the Secretary of the Treasury for the purchase of

Bonds. Resolution by Mr. Peffer relative to the repeal of all laws
authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue

Blount, Hon. James H., commissioner to the Hawaiian Islands.
Resolution by Mr. Chandler that the Committee on the Judiciary
be directed to inquire and report to the Senate as to the constitu-
tional authority for the appointment by the President in March
last, without the advice and consent of the Senate, of.
Blount, Hon. James H. Resolution by Mr. Hoar that the Secre-
tary of the Treasury be directed to inform the Senate what sums
have been paid from the Treasury to the, for salary, etc., as spe-
cial commissioner to Hawaii

Business depression. Resolution by Mr. Peffer that the Vice-President appoint a committee of three to consider the present condition of the country with reference to the prevailing

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INDEX TO SENATE MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS.

Subject.

C.

Caffery, Mr. Resolution that the Senate conferees insist on certain
amendments to the sugar schedule of House bill 4864
Call, Mr. Resolution instructing the Committee on Judiciary to
inquire and report to the Senate as to the legality of the approval of
public lands by the Secretary of the Interior to the State of Florida
for the benefit of the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad
Company

Call, Mr. Resolution that the Committee on Civil Service and Re-
trenchment be required to examine into the condition of the
civil service of the United States and the expediency of its re-
trenchment or increase.

Call, Mr. Resolution that it would be a wise public policy for Con-
gress to enact such measures as will give employment to the people
of the United States who can not now obtain work, etc.
Call, Mr. Amendment to resolution presented by the Senator from
Nevada, relative to the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury
to issue and sell bonds. Part IV

Call, Mr. Resolution that the Committee on Civil Service and Retrenchment be directed to inquire and report to the Senate whether any officials in the civil service of the United States have been influenced in the performance of their official duties or in the exercise of their official power by corrupt means

Call, Mr. Resolution relative to Spanish claims under treaty of 1890

Call, Mr.

Amendment to the Rules of the Senate.

Call, Mr. Exposition of the advantages and value of a barge canal connecting the waters of the Mississippi River, through the State of Florida, with the waters of the Atlantic seaboard. By Maj. Robert Gambrell, Tallahassee, Fla....

Call, Mr. Memorial from the citizens of Punta Gorda, Fla., protesting against the trivial appropriation provided for Charlotte Harbor and Peace River.

Call, Mr. Resolution instructing the Committee on Fisheries to inquire as to the condition of the fisheries on the coasts and rivers of the United States.

Call, Mr. Resolution relative to the treaty with Spain of 1819.
Call, Mr. Resolution providing for the investigation of the organ-
ized efforts of corporations to control the election of members of
the State legislatures and members of Congress. Part II
Call, Mr. Resolution providing for a committee to investigate the
organized efforts of corporations to control the election of mem-
bers of the State legislatures and members of Congress...
Call, Mr. Resolution directing the Secretary of the Treasury to
cause a survey and estimate to be made of the cost of dredging
the bar at Everett, in the State of Washington..

Call, Mr. Resolution providing for an investigation of the causes
of the strike of railroad and Pullman car employees
Call, Mr. Resolution relative to citizens of the United States now held
in confinement by the Government of Spain, in the Island of Cuba.
Chandler, Mr. Resolution that the Committee on the Judiciary be
directed to inquire and report to the Senate as to the constitu-
tional authority for the appointment by the President, in March
last, without the advice and consent of the Senate, of Hon. James
H. Blount as commissioner to the Hawaiian Islands
Chandler, Mr. Resolution relative to the receipts at the ports of the
United States each year after 1889, and during the six months
ending December 31, 1893, from the head moneys known as the
immigration fund.

Chandler, Mr. Resolution relative to the expenditures by the Secretary of the Treasury for the detection and prevention of frauds upon the customs revenue

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Chandler, Mr. Statement of J. R. Garrison, late Deputy First
Comptroller of the Treasury, in opposition to the proposed legis-
lation to improve the methods of accounting in the Treasury De-
partment.

Chandler, Mr. Supplemental statement of J. R. Garrison, late
Deputy First Comptroller of the Treasury, and, in addition, an
analysis of section 19 of House bill No. 6478. Part II.
Chandler, Mr. Papers relative to establishment of free port at Fort
Pond Bay, N. Y....

Chandler, Mr. Resolution relative to the padrone system, under
which immigrants from Italy and other countries fall into the
hands of agents..

Chandler, Mr. Resolution that the special committee appointed
to investigate the charges of bribery against Senators be in-
structed to inquire into the facts connected with the history of
the organization of the Dominion Coal Company, Limited, of
Nova Scotia

Chandler, Mr.

Resolution instructing the Committee on Privileges and Elections to inquire into the facts of the election held in Alabama, August 6, 1894

Chandler, Mr. Amendment to the resolution submitted by Mr.
Lindsay, repealing House bill 4864..

Claims of the United States. Letter from Court of, transmitting copy
of findings in case No. 6653

Claims. Finding of the Court of, in the Congressional case No.
7864 of James C. Newman, administrator of Hal W. Green, de-
ceased, v. The United States

Claimants for insurance paid by them on vessels. Resolution by Mr.
Mitchell of Oregon, relative to appropriations for respective
Claims. Index to private, Forty-seventh to Fifty-first Congress, in-

clusive

Canada. Resolution by Mr. Higgins that the Secretary of the Treas-
ury be directed to send to the Senate statistics relative to trade be-
tween the United States and.

Chapman, E. R. Resolution by Mr. Allen relative to the arrest for
contempt of

Carey, Mr. Memorial of the National League of Commission Mer-
chants of the United States relative to the Torrey bankruptcy bill.
Charlotte Harbor and Peace River. Memorial from the citizens of
Punta Gorda, Fla., protesting against the trivial appropriation
provided for.

Carnot. Communication from the president of the council and
minister of foreign affairs of France, relative to the assassination
of President

Clerks appointed, removed, and promoted since March 4, 1893. Res-
olution calling on the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary
of the Interior for information as to.

Cressy, E. T. Resolution by Mr. Pettigrew to pay, the sum of
$1,000 for services..

Civil Service Commission. Reply of United States, to Senate reso-
lution of January 23, 1894, for statement of investigations since
March 4, 1889, of various alleged violations of the civil-service
law and rules by the heads of Departments.

Civil Service and Retrenchment. Resolution by M Call that the
Committee on, be directed to inquire and report to the Senate
whether any officials in the civil service of the United States have
been influenced in the performance of their official duties or in
the exercise of their official power by corrupt means
Civil-service law, violations of. Resolution presented by Mr. Lodge
directing the United States Civil Service Commission to report to
the Senate as to the number and character of cases which it has
considered since March 4, 1889, of, by the heads of Departments
or other officers of the United States

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INDEX TO SENATE MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS.

Subject.

Civil service of the United States.

Resolution presented by Mr.
Call that the Committee on Civil Service and Retrenchment be
required to examine into the condition of .
Chinese persons who have failed to register.

Resolution relative to

the deportation from the United States of
Coal beds of the country. Resolution by Mr. Peffer relative to the
constitutional authority of the Government to take possession of
and hold for public use all the

Coal and iron ore to the United States. Statement relating to the
rates of duty imposed by countries exporting.

Cockrell, Mr. Letter from the Attorney-General relative to appro-
priation for payment of judgments of the Court of Claims in In-
dian depredation cases

Cockrell, Mr. Statement relating to the rates of duty imposed by
countries exporting coal and iron ore to the United States
Coke, Mr. Resolution providing stenographer for the Committee on
Fish and Fisheries..

Choctaw Nation. Letter from the commissioner of the, concerning
the tribal relations and tenure of land of said nation
Choctaw Nation. Letter from the secretary of the, forwarding copy
of certain acts passed by the said, relative to the International
Council of Five Nations and United States commissioners
Columbia Typographical Union, No. 101. Petition from H. C. Yet-
ter, a member of, presented by Mr. Cullom, praying for the pas-
sage of an act to establish Government ownership and control of
telegraph..
Comanche and Apache tribes of Indians. Memorial from mein-
bers of the Kiowa.

Commission to Five Civilized Tribes. Letter from Meredith H. Kidd
of the, regarding the administration of justice in the Territory of
the.
Commissioner of Patents. Annual report for year 1893, of the.
Communication. Resolution by Mr. Peffer providing for a commit-
tee on, to receive memorials, petitions, etc., from bodies of citizens
visiting the capital...

Condemned property. Report of the Sergeant-at-Arms, showing
condemned property of the United States in his charge sold since
August 6, 1893, and the proceeds thereof
Congressional Directory. Official. Part III.
Constitution.. Amendments to the, petition relative to
Conference on House bill 4864. Resolution by Mr. Hale relative to
a full and free

Conference asked by the House of Representatives. Motion by Mr.
Gray that the Senate insist upon its amendments to H. R. 4864
and consents to the further...

Conference report of the conference committee of the two Houses
on the bill (H. R. 6373) making appropriations for the support of
the Army...

Contract system. Resolution by Mr. Gray that the Committee on
Printing consider and report as to the advisability of having the
Government printing and binding done under the..
Conferees on the part of the Senate. Resolution by Mr. Hill that
the, now considering the differences between the two Houses on
House bill 4864, be requested to report to the Senate.
Court of Claims. Statement from, showing judgments and amounts
thereof, rendered by the said court.

Courts of Oregon. Memorial from the clerks of the circuit and dis-
trict, relative to the reduction proposed in the fees of the officers of
said courts..

Court of Claims. Finding of facts in the case of John A. Fairfax v.
the United States by the .......

Crow Creek and Winnebago reservations. Letter from the Acting
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, presented by Mr. Pettigrew, rela-
tive to the damages sustained by the settlers upon the..

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