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List of reports to be made to Congress by public officers-Continued.

Officer, and nature of the report.

By what au-
thority

Section or page.

When to be made.

BY THE COMMISSIONER OF LABOR-con'td.

183

Special reports on particular subjects Stats. L., v. 25. p.
whenever required to do so by the
President or either House of Congress,
or when he shall think the subject in

his charge requires it.
A report in detail of all moneys expended Stats. L., V. 25. P.

under his direction during the preced. ing fiscal year.

183 On or before the

15th day of December in each year.

BY THE ROCK CREEK RWY. CO.; THE ANA

COSTIA AND POTOMAC RIVER R. R. CO.;
THE GEORGETOWN AND TENXALLYTOWN
RWY. (); THE GEORGETOWN BARGE,
DOCK, ELEVATOR, AND RWY. CO.

Stats. L., v. 25

A report by each of the names of all the

stockholders therein and the amount of stock held by each, together with a detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures for the preceding year ending December 31.

p. p. p. p.

203 On or before the 354 15th day of Jatt 447 uary of each 495 year.

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BY THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMIS.

SION.
A statement showing in detail their expen.

ditures for each fiscal year, including
the number of persons employed and

the amount of compensation to each. A report containing such information and

data as may be considered of value in
the determination of questions con-
nected with the regulations of com.
merce, together with such recommenda-
tions as to additional legislation relating
thereto as may be deemed necessary,
and the names and compensation of the
persons employed by the Commission.

BY THE UTAH COMMISSION.
A report of their expenditures and also

the expenditures of the Industrial
Christian Homo Association of Utah

Territory.
BY THE BOARD OF ORDNANCE AND TORTI.

FICATIO.S.
(Through the Secretary of War.)
Report showing the general operations of

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Stats. L., v. 26. p.

770

On first Monday in

the Board and a detailed statement of all contracts, allotments, and expenditures made by the Board.

December in each year,

List of reports to be made to Congress by public oficer 8—Continued.

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A report, through the Commissioners of Stats. L., V. 27. p. 333 Annually.

the District of Columbia, of the names of all the stockholders therein and the amount of stock held by each, together with a detailed statement of the bonded and other indebtedness and the receipts and expenditures, from whatever source and on whatever account, for the preceding year ending December 31, etc.

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A report setting forth the number of ap

plications for licenses both favorably and unfavorably acted on, the number of persons convicted for violation of the act of March 3, 1893, and the amount of fines collected and uncollected.

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STATUTES AT LARGE.

Vol.

Statutes.

Period.

1 Staiutes of the 1st to the 5th Congresses, inclusive. June 1, 1789, to Mar. 3, 1799. 2 Statutes of the 6th to the 12th Congresses, inclusive. Dec. 24, 1799, to Mar. 3, 1813. 3 Statutes of the 13th to the 17th Congresses, inclu- June 18, 1813, to Mar. 3, 1823.

sive.
Statutes of the 18th to the 23d Congresses...

Jan.

1, 1824, to Mar. 3, 1835. 5 Statutes of the 24th to the 28th Congresses, inclu. Jan. 14, 1836, to Mar. 3, 1845.

sive 6 Private laws enacted by the first twenty-eight 1789–1845.

Congresses. 7 Indian treaties made during the first twenty. 1789-1845.

eight Congresses. 8 Foreign treaties made during the first twenty- 1789-1845.

eight Congresses. 9 Statutes of the 29th to the 31st Congresses, inclu- Dec. 29, 1845, to Mar. 3, 1851.

sive. 10 Statutes of the 32d and 33d Congresses.

Jan. 13, 1852, to Mar. 3, 1855. 11 Statutes of the 34th and 35th Congresses.

Feb. 20, 1856, to Mar. 3, 1859. 12 Statutes of the 36th and 37th Congresses

Feb. 16, 1860, to Mar. 3, 1863, 13 Statutes of the 38th Congress.

Jan. 16, 1864, to Mar. 3, 1805. 14 Statutes of the 39th Congress.

Dec. 18, 1865, to Mar. 3, 1867. 15 Statutes of the 40th Congress.

Mar. 12, 1867, to Mar. 3, 1869. 16 Statutes of the 41st Congress.

Mar. 18, 1869, to Mar. 3, 1871. 17 Statutes of the 42d Congress

Mar. 20, 1871, to Mar. 3, 1873. 18 Statutes of the 43d Congrese

Dec. 17, 1873, to Mar. 3, 1875. 19 Statutes of the 44th Congress

Dec. 24, 1875, to Mar. 3, 1877. 20 Statutes of the 45th Congress

Nov. 21, 1877, to Mar. 3, 1879. 21 Statutes of the 46th Congress

Apr. 18, 1879, to Mar. 3, 1881. 22 Statutes of the 47th Congress.

Dec. 20, 1881, to Mar. 3, 1883, 23 Statutes of the 48th Congress.

Dec. 18, 1883, to Mar. 3, 1885, 24 Statutes of the 49th Congress.

Deo. 7, 1885, to Mar. 3, 1887. 25 Statutes of the 50th Congress.

Jan. 20, 1888, to Mar. 3, 1889, 26 Statutes of the 51st Congress.

Doc. 19, 1889, to Mar. 3, 1891. 27 Statutes of the 52d Congress.

Dec. 7, 1891, to Mar. 3, 1893.

The Revised Statutes passed at the first session of the Forty-third Congress embrace the statutes of a general and permanent nature in force December 1, 1873.

The second edition of and the supplement 1881 to the Revised Statutes embrace the addi. tional general and permanent laws passed in the Forty-third, Forty-fourth, Forty-fifth, and Forty-sixth Congresses.

The supplement 1891 revised and continned embraces the additional general and perms. nent laws passed from the Forty-third to the Fifty-first Congress, inclusive

(See Laws of the United States; ante p. 400, 401.)

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TABLE OF VOLUMES CONTAINING DEBATES

CONGRESS.

The debates in Congress are contained in the following publications:

The ANNALS OF CONGRESS: From the First Congress to the first session of the Eight eenth, inclusive, 1789–1824.

The CONGRESSIONAL DEBATES: From the second session of the Eighteenth to the Twenty-fifth Congress, inclusive, 1824-1839.

The CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE: From the Twenty-third to the Forty-second Congress, in clusive, 1833-1873–Contemporaneous with "Congressional Debates" during 23rd, 24th, and 26th Congresses.

The CONGRESSIONAL RECORD: From the Forty-third Congress to the Fifty-second Con. gress, inclusive, 1873-1893.

ANNALS OF CONGRESS.

Con- Seg.

Annals of Congress.

Period.

gress. sion.

1 1

Mar. 4, 1789, to Feb. 10, 1790. 1 2

Feb. 10, 1790, to Mar. 3, 1791. Special session Senate.

Mar. 4, 1791,

Oct. 24, 1791, to Mar. 2, 1793. Special session Senate

Mar. 4, 1793. 3

Dec. 2, 1793, to Mar. 3, 1795. Special session Senate.

June , 1795, to June 26, 1795. 1

Dec. 7, 1795, to June 1, 1796. 2

Dec. 5, 1796, to Mar. 3, 1797. Special session Senate

Mar. 4, 1797. 5 1

May 15, 1797, to Mar. 5, 1798. 5 *2

Mar. 5, 1798, to July 16, 1798. Special session Sonate.

July 17, 1798, to July 19, 1798. 5 13

Dec. 3, 1798, to Mar. 3, 1799. 6

Dec. 2. 1799, to Mar. 3, 1801. Special session Senate.

Mar. 4, 1801, to Mar. 5, 1801. 7 1

Dec. 7,1801, to May 3, 1802. 7 2

Dec. 6, 1802, to Mar. 3. 1803. 8 1

Oct. 17, 1803, to Mar. 27, 1804. 8 2

Nov. 5, 1804, to Mar. 3, 1805. 9 1

Dec. 2, 1805, to Apr. 21. 1806. 9 2

Dec. 1, 1806, to May 3, 1807. 10 1 Part

Oct. 26, 1807, to Jan. 13, 1808. 10 1 Part

Jan. 13, 1808, to Apr. 25, 1808. 10 2

Nov. 7, 1808, to Mar. 3, 1809. Special session Senate

Mar. 4, 1809, to Mar. 7. 1809. 11 1 Part 1

May 22, 1809, to Jan. 22, 1810. 11 1 Part 2

Jan. 23, 1810, to May 1, 1810. 11 2

Dec. 3, 1810, to Mar. 3, 1811. 12 1 Part 1 ........

Nov. 4, 1811, to Mar. 9, 1812. *Vol. 2 contains also proceedings of Senate from December 3, 1798, to March 2, 1799. Vol. 3 contains House proceedings from December 3, 1798, to March 3, 1799, and appendix. ANNALS OF CONGRESS-Continued.

Con Seg. gress. sion.

Annals of Congress.

Period.

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Mar. 9, 1812, to July 6, 1812. Nov. 2, 1812, to Mar. 3, 1813. May 24, 1813, to Aug. 12, 1813. Dec. 6,1813, to Apr. 18, 1814. Sept. 19, 1814, to Mar. 2, 1815. Dec. 4, 1815, to Apr. 30, 1816. Dec. 2, 1816, to Mar. 3, 1817. Mar. 4, 1817, to Mar. 6, 1817. Dec. 1, 1817, to Mar. 12, 1818. Mar. 12, 1818, to Apr. 20, 1818. Nov. 16, 1818, to Feb. 17, 1819. Feb. 17, 1819, to Mar. 3, 1819. Dec. 6, 1819, to Feb. 12. 1820. Feb. 12, 1820, to May 15, 1820. Nov. 13, 1820, to Mar. 3, 1821. Dec. 5, 1821, to Mar. 11, 1822. Mar. 11, 1822 to May 7, 1822. Dec. 2, 1822, to Mar. 3, 1823. Doc. 1, 1823, to Feb. 27, 1824. Feb. 27, 1824, to May 25, 1824.

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CONGRESSIONAL DEBATES.

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Special session Senate 1 Volume 2, part 1 1 Volume 2, part 2 2 Volume 3 1 Volume 4, part 1 1 Volume 4, part 2 2 Volume 5....

Special session Senate 1 Volume 6, part 1 1

Volume 6, part 2. 2 Volume 7 1 Volunie 8, part 1 1 Volume 8, part 2 1 Volume 8, part 3 2 Volume 9, part 1 2 | Volume 9, part 1

Dec. 6, 1824, to Mar. 3, 1825
Mar. 4, 1825, to Mar. 9, 1825
Dec. 5, 1825, to Mar. 13, 1826
Mar. 13, 1826, to May 26, 1826
Dec. 4, 1826, to Mar. 3, 1827
Dec. 23, 1827, to Feb. 27, 1828
Feb. 27, 1828, to May 26, 1828
Dec. 1, 1828, to Mar. 3, 1829
Mar. 4, 1829, to Mar. 17, 1829
Dec. 7, 1829, to Mar. 24, 1830
Mar. 24, 1830, to May 31, 1830
Dec. 6,1830, to Mar. 2, 1831
Dec. 5, 1831, to July 16, 1832 Senato
Dec. 5,1831, to May 9, 1832 | House.
May 9, 1832, to July 16, 1832 | House.
Dec. 3, 1832, to Mar. 2, 1833 Senate.
Dec. 3, 1832, to Jan. 24, 1833 | House.

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