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Wolford-Continued.

Woodward, Gilbert M. (a Representative from Wisconsin) Remarks by, on

Attended 8. Bagley, Nicholas J: relief of 594.

Leave of absence granted to 1840. Geld, Morris: for relief 1555.

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by Greene, Mary A: pension to 975.

Huard, Minerva S: for relief (see bill H. R. 7844) 448. Lawrence, R. D: pension to 604.

Moegling, Christopher: to extend his patent (see bill H. R. 7845) Martin, C., and C. Stover: relief of 1357, 1559, 1560.

448. Raible, Joseph: pension to 222. Ray, William S: pension to 783.

Petitions and papers presented by, from River and harbor appropriation bill 1858.

George H. Bell Post, G. A. R: for purchase of portrait of GenThornburgh, Thomas J: increase of pension to widow of 1657,

eral Thomas 1704. 1658, 1956, 1957.

Hungerford Post, G. A. R: for purchase of portrait of General Report made by, from

Thomas 1016.

Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce: relative to harbors in Michi-
Committee on Pensions
Alvord, Emily L. (REPORT 2299) 766.

Moegling, Christopher: for extension of patent 465.
Brent, Jane (REPORT 2513) 1597.

Wisconsin, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 266, Geld, Morris (REPORT 2446) 1243.

299, 324, 428, 465, 980, 1035, 1191, 1279, 1314, 1705. Hartley, Julia (REPORT 2487) 1264.

to increase widows' pensions 646. Thornburgh, Eliza W. (REPORT 2500) 1442.

Wisconsin Legislature: to amend pension laws 1704. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Wisconsin State Grange: to amend patent laws 1448. Woman Suffrage

Remarks by, on Joint resolution proposing amendment to Constitution to enforce

Interstate commerce 196. (see S. R. 19).

La Crosse, Wis: public building 2153. Petitions in favor of 325, 346, 715, 742, 792, 822, 845, 1771, 2060,

River and harbor appropriation bill 2108. 2224.

Reports made by, from Women's Silk Culture Association

Committee on Commerce Resolution of Senate accepting flag presented by, passed 942.

Grand Marais (Minn.) light-house (REPORT 2385) 987. Resolution of House accepting flag presented by, passed 948.

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES Wood, Daniel T.

Wooley, James F. Petition for relief 1770.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7813).
Papers referred in House 1770.

Papers referred in House 324.
Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Wooley, Susan
Wood, George E.

Bill to pepsion (see bill H. R. 6782).
Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7746).

Woolum, E. J.
Wood, J. Taylor

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7515).
Bill to remove political disabilities (see bill H. R. 8277). Woopsocket National Bank, Rhode Island
Petition for removal of political disabilities 1612.

Bills for relief (see bills S. 2589, 2600).
Wood, James E.

Worthington, Nicholas E. (a Representative from Illinois) Petition to adjudicate claim 1827.

Attended 8. Wood, Payne and Thomas C.

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7393).

Peoria, Ill: to amend act to erect public building at (see bill H. Wood, Thomas

R. 7521) 56. Bill for relief (sce bill H. R. 6778).

Wilson, Joseph F: for relief (see bill H. R. 7522) 56.

Petitions and papers presented by, from Wood, Thomas J. (a Representative from Indiana)

Illinois, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 228, Leave of absence granted to 32, 608.

388, 428, 465, 716, 792, 1071, 1365, 1705. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

to increase widows' pensions 607, 621. Hielman, Abraham: to pension (see bill H. R. 8115) 1008. Reports made by, from Petitions and papers presented by, from

Committee on District of Columbia Indiana, citizens of: for bounty land to soldiers 2174.

Dentistry in District of Columbia (bill H. R. 7895; REPORT for passage Mexican war pension bill 228, 792, 845, 980,

2258) 610. 1191, 1613.

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds to increase widows' pensions 845.

Peoria (III.) public building (REPORT 2172) 314. Remarks by, on

Quincy (Ill.) public building (REPORT 2656) 2571.

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Aid to education (Appendix 82).
Interstate commerce 200.

Wray, James R.
Mexican reciprocity treaty (Appendix 60).

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Wray, Mary G. Woodbury, Charles F. H.

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7852).

Wright, Horatio G. Woodbury, Mrs. D. P.

Joint resolution to give rank of major-general on retired-list (see Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 6703).

H. Res. 195). Woodbury, Robert S. and G. W.

Wright, Jerre R. (administrator) Petition to adjudicate claim 539.

Petition to adjudicate claim 1612. Papers referred in House 559.

Wright, John W. Woodham, Richard

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1144). Petition alleging that he is illegally confined in insane asylum, 'Wright, Lot 10.

Resolution of House to investigate his conduct as United States Woods, Eleazer

marshal of southern district of Ohio, debated and passed 17-25. Petition for relief 1278.

Resolution of House to pay expenses of committee investigat

ing, passed 346, 373. Wood's Island Harbor, Maine

Report of House committee on charges against (H. R. REPORT. Report of engineers on survey of (H. R. Ex. Doc. 134) 1004.

2681) 2572.

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Wrighr, Sarah

Petition to adjudicate claim 2573. Writ, Fineas E.

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Writs of Error. See COURTS OF UNITED STATES. Wroe, Martha J.

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Wyand, Frederick

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Wyandot Mission, Ohio

Joint resolution to erect monument at (see H. Res. 44). Wyman, Emily N.

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1079). Wyoming

Bill extending jurisdiction of justices of peace in (see bill H.

R. 5639).

Estimate for printing revised laws of (H. R. Ex. Doc. 25) 156.
Yakima Reservation. See INDIANS.
Yaple, George L. (a Representative from Michigan)

Attended 8.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Bingham, Daniel J: to pension (see bill H. R. 8190) 1695.
Brigus, George W: to pension (see bill H. R. 8191) 1695.
Briggs, Welkin: to pension (see bill H. R. 8192) 1695.
Carr, Charles W: to pension (see bill H. R. 8205) 1755.
Case, Frank B: for relief (see bill H. R. 8075) 1008.
Johnson, Charles E: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H.

R. 8:274) 2145.

Sherwood, Myron M: to pension (see bill H. R. 8074) 1007. Motions and resolutions offered by

Bannister, John: to withdraw his papers 483.

Carleton, Moses F: to consider bill for relief 1754. Petitions and papers presented by, from Michigan, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 101,

204, 298, 324, 347, 540, 621, 646, 1120, 1191, 1705, 1827. for suppression of Mormonism 1448.

to increase widows' pensions 559, 1278. Michigan board of agriculture: to establish experimental sta

tions 324. Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce: to improve certain harbors

in Michigan 742.

Michigan Legislature: relative to postal telegraph bill 2436. Remarks by, on

National-bank circulation 254, 725. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Yates, Joseph IV.

Bill for relief (see bill S. 721). Yea and Nay Votes in House

Adjourn 261, 297, 557, 741, 842, 843, 991, 992, 993, 1046, 1047,

1048, 1177, 1178, 1179, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1188, 1190,

2160, 2173, 2325, 2413, 2435.
Adjourn over 558, 1179, 1180.
Agricultural appropriation bill (H. R. 8030) 991.
Alcoholic liquor traffic: on bill (S. 654) to provide for commis-

sion on 421.
Appropriation bills: on resolution relative to power of House to

originate 961.
Army appropriation bill (H. R. 8120) 1034.
Bankruptcy: on bill (S. 1372) to establish uniform system of 463.
Bigley, Nicholas J: on bill (H. R. 1347) for relief of 1105.
Call of House 1182, 1184, 1187, 2413, 2415, 2416, 2417, 2434, 2526,

2327, 2528.
Consular and diplomatic appropriation bill (H. R. 7857) 820.
Consular courts: on bill (S. 343) to regulate 842.
Deficiency appropriation bill (H. R. 8255) 2150.
Department of Agriculture: on bill (H. R. 1457) to establish

264.
District of Columbia appropriation bill (H. R. 8039) 1021.
Electoral vote: on resolution declaring result 1535.
Frederick vs. Wilson: on contested-election case of 2411, 2413,

2415, 2416, 2417.
French spoliation claims: on bill (S. 1820) to ascertain 712.
Grant, U. S: on bill (S. 2169) to appoint on Army retired-list

1761. on bill (S. 2530) to appoint on Army retired-list 2566.

Yea and Nay Votes in House-Continued.

Holiday recess: on concurrent resolution for 284.
Inaugural ceremonies: on resolution to decline taking part in

2410.
Indian appropriation bill (H. R. 7970) 938.
Internal-revenue taxes: on bill to repeal 454.
Interstate commerce: on bill (H. R. 5461) to regulate 295, 297,

315, 320, 321, 322, 323, 332, 333, 342, 365, 367, 372, 407.
Journal: on motion to correct 1496, 1500.
Land-grant forfeiture bill: on motion to consider 1044, 1045,

1046.
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill (H. R.

8179) 1821.
Mexican treaty: on motion to consider 1043, 1059.
Mexican war pensions: on bill (H. R. 5667) to grant 459.
Military Academy appropriation bill 160.
Morning hour: on motion to dispense with 608.
National-bank circulation: on making special order to consider

bills relative to 256.
Navy appropriation bill (H. R. 7510) 40.

(H. R. 7874) 612.

(H. R. 8239) 1850, 2049, 2402, 2404.
Order of business 988, 1057, 1409, 1419, 2035, 2091.

on resolution to allow one hour daily for consideration of

bills by unanimous consent 1173, 1174, 1175.
Pension appropriation bill (H. R. 7785) 502.
Pension attorney fees: on bill (S. 2511) to regulate 1849.
Pittsburgh, Pa: on bill (H. R. 1339) to increase appropriation

for public building at 1169.
Porter, Fitz-John: on resolution requesting President to furnish

House with copy of appeal of 1039.
Post-Office appropriation bill (H. R. 8138) 1682, 1684, 2517, 2542,

2544.
Pre-emption laws: on bill (H. R. 7004) to repeal 2209.
Private Calendar: on motion to consider 964.
Public buildings: on motion to consider bills to erect 556, 557,

558.
Question of order: on appeal from decision of Chair 1611.
River and harbor appropriation bill (H. R. 8130) 1222, 2158,

2159, 2160, 2161, 2261.
State National Bank of Boston: on bill (H. R. 2263) for relief 679.
Sundry civil appropriation bill (H. R. 8256) 2210, 2249, 2250,

2255, 2256.
Taylor, Joseph D: on violation of privileges of House by 217.
Thomas, Frances L: on bill (S. 2547) to increase pension of 1668.
Thornburgh, Eliza W: on bill H. R. 7655) to increase pension

1958.
Treasury notes: on bill to prohibit issue of small denominations

260. Wright, Lot: on resolution to pay expenses of committee inves

tigating 374.
Yea and Nay Votes in Senate

Adjourn 1087, 1794, 1797, 1953, 2143, 2144, 2397.
Adjourn over 762, 1087.
Alvord, Emily L: on bill (H. R. 7659) to pension 2240.
Army retired-list: on bill (H. R. 5670) to authorize for enlisted

men 1368, 1369.
Appropriation bill: point of order on legislation in 1474.
Bissell, Sarah M: on bill (H. R. 6940) to pension 2283, 2292,

2293.
Claims: on bill (H. R. 5849) to limit time for presenting 2236.
Confederate States papers: on resolution calling on President

for 653.
Court of appeals: on bill (S. 2035) to establish 880.
Dakota: on bill (S. 1682) for admission of 103, 282.
Des Moines River lands: on bill (S. 1886) to quiet title of set-

tlers on 1731, 1776, 1777, 1873, 1875, 1934, 2006.
Executive session 306, 1954, 2177, 2360.
First National Bank of Newton: on bill (S. 1331) for relief of

796, 797. Foreign-contract labor: on bill (H. R. 2550) to prohibit impor

tation of 1621, 1787, 1791, 1794, 1797, 1837, 1838, 1839. Grant, U. S: on bill (S. 2530) to appoint on Army retired-list

685.
Great Britain: resolution relative to attempted destruction of

Parliament buildings 997, 1000.
Gwynn, Mina M: on bill (S. 1360) to pension 2068.
Hawley, Richard, & Sons: on bill (s. 1170) for relief 79.
Holiday recess: on concurrent resolution for 397.
Hour of meeting 2388.
Indian appropriation bill (H. R. 7970) 1748, 1756, 2388, 2392,

2395, 2468.
Interstate commerce: on bill (H. R. 5461) to regulate 472, 520,

532, 552, 554, 573, 661, 805, 806, 1157, 1159, 1194, 1200, 1210, 1211, 1217, 1248, 1249, 1250, 1251, 1252, 1254.

Yea and Nay Votes in Senate-Continued.

Young, Casey (a Representative from Tennessee) Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill (H. R. Attended 37. 8179) 2130, 2135, 2138, 2180, 2181, 2182, 2184.

Amendments offered by, to Lost Lake and Mount Hood Improvement Company: on bill (s.

River and harbor appropriation bill 1348. 1303) to grant right of way 354. Morgan, Sophia A: on bill (H. R. 1091) to increase pension 2242.

Motions and resolutions offered by Mulvey, Ann W: on bill (H. R. 2398) to increase pension 2077. Beckley, R. D., and L. Howard: to pay difference in salaries Navy appropriation bill (H. R. 7510) 311, 362.

18:23.
Oregon Central Railroad: on bill (H. R. 181) to forfeit land Stratton, Thomas T: to consider bill for relief 1842.
grant 103, 141, 176, 482.

Petitions and papers presented by, from
Penny, Elijah W: on bill (S. 544) to increase pension 2066,
Pension appropriation bill (H. R. 7785) 1490, 1491.

Abington, Bettie L: war claim 1071.
Pensions: on bill (H. R. 5800) to increase rates for widows and

Allen, Erastus T: war claim 388.

Ayers, C. M: war claim 2224. orphans 1378. Post-Office appropriation bill (H. R. 8138) 1953, 2012, 2016,

Bishop, William J: war claim 1071.

Blackwell, Mary A: war claim 388. 2023, 2025, 2027.

Bryan, C. B., & Co: claim of 50. Pre-emption laws: on bill (H. R. 7004) to repeal 1479, 1520, 1561, 1569, 1570.

Carter, A. B: war claim 2224. River and harbor appropriation bill (bill H. R. 8280) 2185, 2491,

Dawson, Eliza M: war claim 1869. 2494, 2501.

Dyer, Elizabeth P: war claim 347.

Geary, Mary E: war claim 347.
Semple, Letitia Tyler: on bill (S. 493) to pension 2246.
Sioux City and Saint Paul Railroad: on bill (H. R. 7299) to for-

Granes, Bettie: to adjudicate claim 1827.

Green, Louisiana E: war claim 1071. feit land grant 2285, 2294. Snyder, John: on bill (H. R. 7718) to pension 2384.

Guy, Ella M: war claim 1869.

Hughes, Indiana E: war claim 791. Spokane Falls and Coeur d'Alene Railroad: on bill (S. 1642) to

Meath, Patrick G: war claim 1869. incorporate 72. Stickney, Adalbert: on bill (H. R. 5207) to pension 2071.

Parrish, Sallie M: war claim 1071. Sundry civil appropriation bill (H. R. 8256) 2333, 2336, 2338,

Perkins, Thomas F. (administrator): war claim 1869. 2349, 2352, 2355, 2368, 2370, 2371, 2372, 2381.

Rawlings, Margaret (heirs of): war claim 388. Texas Pacific Railroad: on bill (H. R. 3933) to forfeit land grant

Rivers, Elizabeth: war claim 324. 1895, 1898.

Shelton, George P: for relief 411. Thomas, Frances H: on hill (S. 2547) to increase pension 1376.

Sills, Henry E: war claim 324. Trade-dollar: on bill (H. R. 4976) to retire 1255, 1936.

Taylor, George T: war claim 791. Turner, Martha: on bill (H. R. 2722) for relief 2292.

Tucker, James: war claim 411.

Wallen, Thomas J: war claim 1071.
Wilson, Joseph F: on bill (S. 2376) for relief of 271.

Remarks by, on
Yeatman, Richard T.
Petition to correct military record 2655.

Agricultural appropriation bill 989, 990.

Carpenter, Fendall: relief of 1093. Yellowstone Park

Inaugural ceremonies 2406. Bill to extend boundaries of (see bill S. 221).

Memphis (Tenn.) bridge 762. Committee of House appointed to investigate 2572.

Personal explanation 811, 1391. Estimate of appropriation for protection and improvement of (H.

River and harbor appropriation bill 1348, 1349, 1350, 1606, 1824. R. Ex. Doc. 50) 363.

Reports made by, from Yerger, Elizabeth H.

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds

Huntsville (Ala.) public building (REPORT 2672) 2571. Bill for relief (see bill H, R. 4939).

Lexington (Ky.) public building (REPORT 2549) 1803. York, Maine

Louisville (Ky.) lands (REPORT 2375) 987. Report of engineers on survey of harbor of (H. R. Ex. Doc. 243)

Monroe (La.) public building (REPORT 2691) 2572.

Owensborough (Ky.) public building (REPORT 2671) 2571. 1862.

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
York, Tyre (a Representative from North Carolina)
Attended 8.

Young, Dillard M.
Leave of absence granted to 2402.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7693). Amendments offered by, to

Young, James River and harbor appropriation bill 1857.

Petition for pension 101. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Young, Jane
Algood, James: for relief (see bill H. R. 8004) 834.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 2432).
Brinegar, H. T: for relief (see bill H. R. 8266) 2034.
Brookshire, Noah B: to pension (see bill H. R. 7825) 447.

Young, Mary
Staley, Adam: for relief (see bill H. R. 8005) 834.

Petition for pension 845. Stewart, John F: for relief of heirs (see bill H. R. 7826) 447.

Young, Polly Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 2443).
Yorktown Monument

Petition for pension 228.
Report of Secretary of War on completion of (S. Ex. Doc. 32) Young Men's Christian Association, Washington, D. C.

654, 696.
Petition to erect building and employ watchman for 1448.

Bill to exempt from taxes (see bills S. 2602; H. R. 8167). Yosemite Valley

Zeigler, Emma 0. Bill to enlarge grant (see bill S. 2454).

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 4878). Yost, J. C. (administrator)

Ziele, George Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 8223).

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 5960). Yoste, Jonathan

Papers referred in Senate 560. Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Zuni Reservation. See INDIANS.

OF

BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

SENATE BILLS.

S. 1

S. 77-
To amend section 2 of an act making appropriations for the payment For the disposal of the public lands.

of the arrears of pensions granted by act of Congress approved Indefinitely postponed 648.
January 25, 1879, and for other purposes, approved March 3,

S. 79 1879. Motion to discharge committee 467,506.

For the erection of a public building at La Crosse, Wis. S. 10—

Amended and passed House 2153.–Senate concurs in House amendment

2132.-Examined and signed 2197, 2223.-Approved by President 2299. For the relief of Harry I. Todd, late keeper of the Kentucky peni- s. 79— tentiary.

To amend an act entitled "An act to confirm certain private land Referred to House Committee on Claims 1299.

claims in the Territory of New Mexico." S. 12–

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1063) 910. For the relief of Elizabeth Carson.

S. 84Amended and passed House 586,595.- Referred to Senate Committee on

Claims 617.-Senate concurs in House amendment 744.-Examined and To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to ascertain the amounts signed 812, 816.-Approved by President 1020.

due to citizens of the United States for supplies furnished to the S. 15

Sioux or Dakota Indians of Minnesota subsequent to August, To provide for the further protection of citizens of the United States

1860, and prior to the massacre of August, 1862, and providing and others against the violation of certain rights secured to them for the payment thereof. by the Constitution of the United States.

Debated, annended, and passed House 2151.-Senate concurs in House

amendment 2175.--Examined and signed 222.-Error in engrossment Introduced by Mr. Edmunds and referred to Committee on Judiciary 11.

corrected 2221,2297.-Senate non-concurs in House amendment 2227.-ConPassed over in Senate 2009,

ference appointed 2227, 2301.-Conference report made and agreed to 2325, S. 25

2331.--Examined and signed 2353, 2406.-Approved by President 2503, To fix the day for the meeting of the electors of President and Vice- S. 85.

President, and to provide for and regulate the counting of the For relief of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana. votes for President and Vice-President, and the decision of ques- Passed over in Senate 850.

tions arising thereon. Conference disagree 1618.

S. 89— S. 48

For relief of Mrs. Eliza E. Hebert. To provide for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians on the

Reported back (S. REPORT 1294) 1772. various reservations, and to extend the protection of the laws of S. 144the States and Territories over the Indians, and for other pur

Granting a pension to George W. Bean. poses.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2226.
Referred to House Committee on Indian Affairs 218.-Reported back (H.
R. REPORT 2247) 580.

S. 147
S. 52--

To authorize the purchase of a site for a building for a post-office, Providing for the erection of a public building at Waco, Tex.

court-house, and other offices in San Francisco, Cal. Passed House 188, 455.-Examined and signed 503, 506.-Approved by Presi- Consideration in House objected to 2129.

dent 653. S. 54

S. 150— For the relief of Wilbur F. Cogswell.

Granting a pension to Sarah Denny Ripley. Indefinitely postponed 433.

Referred to House Committee on Pensions 446.-Reported back (H. R. RE

PORT 2485) 1261.-Passed House 1661, 1663.-Examined and signed 1685, S. 55–

1728.-Approved by President 1945. To provide for the erection of a public building for the use of the S. 164– United States courts, post-office, and othe rGovernment offices

For the relief of John C. Herndon. in the city of Carson City, in the State of Nevada.

Reported back (S. REPORT 998).-Indefinitely postponed 2214 (see bill H.R. Passed House 449.-Examined and signed 503, 506. - Approved by Presi

2158). dent 653, S. 60

S. 165To declare certain lands subject to taxation,

For the relief of William H. Gray. Passed over in Senate 426, 1492, 1915.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 918) 302. S. 64

S. 173— To authorize suits in the Court of Claims in certain cases therein To provide a building for the use of the United States courts, postmentioned.

office, custom-office, and internal-revenue office at Vicksburg, Indefinitely postponed 105.-Reconsidered 142.

Miss. S. 66

Consideration in House objected to 1842. Providing for allotment of lands in severalty to the Indians residing s. 180

upon the Umatilla reservation, in the State of Oregon, and granting patents therefor, and for other purposes.

For the relief of Stephen N. Smith. Debated, amended, and passed House 2030, 2086.-Senate concurs in House

Passed over in Senate 104. amendment 2116.-Conference appointed 2127, 2207.-Conference report s. 185– made and agreed to 2230, 2237.--Examined and signed 2290, 2306.-Approved by President 2503.

Granting a pension to Mrs. Mary S. W. Harris. 8. 70

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1380) and indefinitely postponed 1930. For the relief of Joseph M. Cumming, Hamilton J. Miller, and William McRoberts.

S. 186Passed House 1952.-.-Examined and signed 2041, 2086.- Approved by Presi

Granting a pension to Penelope T. Heald. dent 2299.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1379) and indefinitely postponed 1930

187

S. 194

S. 348_ To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to convey land in Prov- To confirm an official order of the commissioners of the District of Coidence, R. I., for highway purposes.

lumbia. Amended and passed House 1961.-Senate concurs in House amendment Consideration in House objected to 183. 1987.--Examined and signed 2001, 2086.–Approved by President 2299.

S. 357S. 199

Granting a pension to William Lockhart. For the relief of heirs of Richard W. Meade.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1178) 1315.-Passed Senate 1376.-Referred to Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1570) and indefinitely postponed 2437.

House Comunittee on Pensions 1529.-Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2607) S. 200.-

1845.- Passed House 1975, 1986.-Examined and signed 2064,2086.-Ap

proved by President 2299. Authorizing the construction of a bridge over the Mississippi River s. 358__ at Saint Louis, Mo.

Granting a pension to Thomas E. Brawner. Amended and passed Senate 879, 880.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 1378) and indefinitely postponed 1930 S. 214.

S. 362— For the relief of Maria E. Warfield.

Granting a pension to Abraham H. Burkholder. Passed over in Senate 273.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 990) and indefinitely postponed 618. S. 221

S. 378 To amend sections 2474 and 2475 of the Revised Statutes of the Uni

For the relief of Thomas B. Wallace. ted States, setting apart a certain tract of land lying near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River as a public park.

Placed on Calendar (S. REPORT 917) 302. Reported back (II. R. REPORT 2383) 987.-Amended and passed House S. 384

1640, 1611.-Senate non-concurs in House amendinents 1636.-Conference appointed 1636, 1751.

For the relief of William M. Pleas and F. S. Jones.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 933) 426. S. 228

S. 393To appropriate and expend $50,000,000, derived from the internalrevenue taxes and sale of public lands, for the education of all

For the relief of Asenath A. Phelps, administratrix of the estate of the children living in the United States.

Harlow J. Phelps, deceased. Referred to Senate Committee on Education and Labor 68.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1336) 1830. 8. 229–

S. 399 To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to erect a public build

For the relief of Albert H. Emery. ing in the city of Key West, Fla.

('onsideration in House objected to 1753. Amended and passed House 1903.- Error in engrossment corrected 1929, S. 409–

1937, 1959, 2086. -Senate concurs in House amendments 2083.-Examined and signed 2178, 2203.-Approved by President 2299.

Limiting a portion of an act entitled “An act making appropriations S. 235–

for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883,

and for other purposes.' To provide for the erection of a public building in the city of Au

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 914. gusta, Me. Amended and passed House 832, 1501.-Senate concurs in House amend

S. 426ment 1495.-Examined and signed 1511, 15-19.-Approved by President

To amend the homestead laws. 1728.

Indefinitely postponed 648. 6. 237

S. 428-
For the relief of Frances W. Dyer.
Reported back (S. REPORT 931) 426.

To forfeit certain public lands granted to the Oregon Central Rail

road Company in the State of Oregon and the Territory of WashS. 278

ington. Granting a pension to Mary E. McConnell.

Passed over in Senate 272.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1387) and indefinitely postponed 1931.
S. 283

S. 445-
To increase the pension of George W. Bausman.

For the relief of the heirs or legal representative of Robert J. Baag. Indefinitely postponed 1931.

ness, deccased. B. 292

Consideration in House objected to 2530. For the erection of a public building at Fort Scott, Kans.

S. 446Considered in House 1004.

For the relief of H. A. Myers, 6. 294

Reported back (S. REPORT 1324) 1772. For the relief of Frank Della Terre and Susan F. Della Terre, heirs s. 458 of Peter Della Terre, deceased.

For the relief of William H. Crook.
Passed over in Senate 106,272,349.

Consideration in House objected to 1814, 1900.
S. 295–
For the relief of Alfred G. Hatfield.

S. 459-
Consideration in House objected to 1336.

To refund excessive duties caused by extraordinary overvaluation of S. 305

the Austrian florin in the year 1878. For the relief of Thomas T. Stratton, assignee of W. B. Waldran.

Passed over in Senate 879. Passed House 1812.--Examined and signed 1937, 1959.- Approved by Presi- S. 468– dent 2135.

Granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Mary K. S. Eaton. 6. 318

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back For the relief of cadets and cadet engineers who were in the naval (H. R. REPORT 2351) 963.-Amended and passed House 1116, 1119.-Examservice at Annapolis on the 5th day of August, 1882.

ined and signed 1276, 1281.- Approved by President 1485. Reported back with amendment 914.-Recommitted to Senate Committee S. 470 on Naval Affairs 1018.

For the relief of the State of New York, and to pay off certain certifiS. 342

cates issued by that State to the soldiers of the war of 1812. To increase the pension of Mrs. Margaret R. Jones, widow of Col.

Indefinitely postponed 2127 (see bill S. 2658).
James H. Jones, late of the United States Marine Corps.
Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. Report 1019) 744.

S. 475—
S. 343--

Granting arrears of pensions to Emily Agnel. To provide for the exercise of the jurisdiction conferred upon the

Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2418) 1055.–Passed House 1363, 1361.-Exam

ined and signed 1408, 1450.-- Approved by President 1618. United States in places out of their territory and dominion, and to repeal the Revised Statutes from section 4083 to section 4130,

S. 476-inclusive.

For the relief of Seth Colvin. Motion to suspend rules and pass bill debated and rejected 835-842.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 1160) and indefinitely postponed 1315.

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