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701;

S. R. No. 56–
Granting a right of

way to the New Orlaans and Ship Island Canal
Company.--[By Mr. Kellogg.]

Referred, 412.
S. R. No. 57—
Postponing the election in Texas.-[By Mr. Sumner.]

Referred, 412.
S. R. No. 58–
For the protection of soldiers and their heirs.--[By Mr. Wilson.]
Referred, 439; reported, 573; discussed, 620; passed, 621;

passed House with amendments, 677; concurred in, 679;

enrolled, 716.
In House : Received from Senate, 646; discussed and passed

with amendment, 696; recalled from Senate, 698; returned,

699; House amendments agreed to by Senate, 703; enrolled, 712.
S. R. No. 594
Making San Diego, California, a port of delivery.—[By Mr. Cole. ]
Referred, 468; reported and passed, 529; passed House, 678;

enrolled, 716.

In House: Received from Senate, 553 ; passed, 701 ; enrolled, 712.
S. R. No. 60—

In relation to officers of certain Missouri troops.—[By Mr. Drake.]

Referred, 492.

S. R. No. 61---
Extending the time for the completion of the Portage Lake and

Lake Superior ship.canal.--[By Mr. Chandler.)
Referred, 504; reported and passed, 529; passed House, 678;

enrolled, 716:

In House : Received from Senate, 550; passed, enrolled, 712.
S. R. No. 62-
In relation to a site for a building for the State Department.--[By

Mr. Morrill.]
Reported, 573 ; passed, 611; passed House, 722.
In House : Received from Senate, 644; referred, 704; read, 713 ;

passed, 714.
S. R. No. 63–
Authorizing the President to appoint a commission to make a

survey across the Isthmus of Darien for a ship-railway or

ship.canal.---[By Mr. Wilso...)

Referred, 611.
S. R. No. 64-
Appointing General Thomas Osborn a manager of the National

Asylum for Disabled Soldiers.-[By Mr. Wilson.]
Read and passed, 653 ; passed House, 721.
In House : Received from Senate, 682; passed, 714,

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Anthony-

By Mr. Grimes-
For the appointment of a joint committee to consider all applica Rescinding the concurrent resolution passed on the 2d of March,
tions for the removal of political disabilities. —[ March 8,

providing for the appointment of a joint Committee on the
1869. ]

Civil Service.-[March 10, 1869.]
Agreed to, 29; disagreed to by House, 232.

Laid over, 46; agreed to, 63.

In House: Received from Senate, 80; non-concurred in, 228;
In House: Received from Senate, 37; referred, 79; reported

motion to reconsider, 248.
and non-concurred in, 229.

By Mr. Harlan-
For printing extra copies of the Agricultural Report.--[ April 1,

For the appointment of a joint standing committee to consider all
1869.]

propositions relating to the Indian tribes.-[March 6, 1869.]
Reported and agreed to, 410.

Laid over, 9; read, 21; postponed, 30.
In House: Received from Senate, 438; called up, 507; re. By Mr. Nye-
ferred, 508; reported and concurred in with amendment, For a joint select committee on the lighting, heating, and ventila-
714.

tion of the Halls of the two Houses.- March 18, 1869.]
For printing additional copies of the Land Office Report for Agreed to, 128.
1868.- April 1, 1869. ]

In House : Received from Senate, 146; referred, 336.
Reported, 410.

By Mr. Patterson
By Mr. Casserly-

For printing the report of the Committee on Retrenchment.-

April 5, 1869.)
For printing extra copies of the report of Commissioner of

Referred, 532.
Patents for 1869.-[April 10, 1869.)

By Mr. Sawyer-
Reported and agreed to, 719.

For a joint standing committee to consider all propositions for the
In House: Received from Senate, 713; reported and agreed

removal of political disabilities.-[March 5, 1869. ]
to, 714.

Laid over, 9; discussed, 24; referred, 27.
By Mr. Cragin

By Mr. Stewart,

For printing the report of Professor Ray on mines and
Creating the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent

mining. -[March 22, 1869.]
Expenses of the Senate and the Committee on Accounts of
the House of Representatives a joint committee to define the

Referred, 190; reported and agreed to, 528.

In House: Received from Senate, 553.
number, duties, and compensation of the employés of the two
Houses.-[March 15, 1869.]

By Mr. Şumner-
Agreed to, 62; concurred in by House, 347.

Rescinding the concurrent resolution for the adjournment of the

two Houses on Saturday, April 10.-[April 8, 1869. ]
In House: Received from Senate, 80; concurred in, 336.

Read and discussed, 607.

SENATE RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Anthony-

By Mr. Cole-
Reappointing a select committee to revise the rules of the In regard to the detention of overlaud mails. —[ April 8, 1869. ]
Senate. -[March 5, 1869.]

Agreed to, 612.
Agreed to, 9.

By Mr. Conkling-
Directing inquiry into the mode of appointment and tenure of For the election of a Congressional Printer.-[March 22, 1869. ]

office of the subordinate officers of the Senate.--[March 20, Agreed to, 188.
1869.]

By Mr. Chanler
Agreed to, 176; reported, 528.

Calling for the correspondence in 1860 between James Buchanan,
For printing the petition of citizens of the District of Columbia in President, and Lewis Cass, Secretary of State, regarding the
relation to the government of the District. -[April 5, 1869.]

policy to be pursued to avert the war of the rebellion then
Reported and agreed to, 527.

threatening. -[March 17, 1869.]
For printing a report on the levees of the Mississippi.—[ April 6, Agreed to, 102.
1869.]

By Mr. Davis-
Reported and agreed to, 527.

Inquiring what clerks of the committees of the Senate may
For printing report No. 4 from the Committee on Foreign
Relations.-(April 7, 1869.]

properly be dispensed with.-[April 7, 1889.]

Reported, 573.
Reported and agreed to, 573.

By Mr. Drake-
By Mr. Cameron-

Amending the rule of the Senate in regard to the consideration of
For a committee to wait upon the President. - [ March 6, 1869.]

Indian treaties.-[March 6, 1869.]
A greed to, 8.

Laid over, 9; discussed, 22 ; referred, 24.

By Mr. Edmunds

By Mr. Ramsey-
Calling for information relating to the military importance of the To pay the salary of Thomas W. Phipps as messenger and acting
Island of San Juan, in Washington Territory.-[March 10,

assistant Doorkeeper.-[March 10, 1869.]
1869.)

Referred, 42; reported and discussed, 232; passed, 233.
Agreed to, 42.

Calling for information in reference to the abandonment of the
For printing the journal of the late William Maclay, Senator from

Fort Ridgely military reservation, in Minnesota.--[March
Pennsylvania, containing the secret debates in the Senate

23, 1869.)
prior to the holding of public sittings by that body.--[March Agreed to, 217.
18, 1869.]

By Mr. Robertson-
Referred, 128.

For a select committee on the removal of political disabili-
For printing additional copies of the report of the Committee on

ties.—[March 6, 1869.]
Retrenchment. -[April 6, 1869. ]

Laid over, 24 ; tabled, 30; adopted, 176; committee named, 177.
Referred, 532.

In regard to the pay of extra messengers during the recess in
By Mr. Grimes,

1868.-[Varch 19, 1869.)
For a committee to wait upon the President.-[March 5, 1869. ] Referred, 151; reported and indefinitely postponed, 232.
Agreed to, 9.

Authorizing the select Committee on the Removal of Political
Calling for information in regard to certain contracts between

Disabilities to employ a clerk.-[March 22, 1869.]
Norman Wiard and the Navy Department on the subject of Agreed to, 190.
ordnance.-[March 5, 1869.)

Directing Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds to provide
Agreed to, 9.

a suitable room for the select Committee on the Removal of

Political Disabilities.-[March 22, 1869. ]
By Mr. Howe-

Laid over, 190.
Setting apart Friday for the consideration of private bills.-[March
18, 1869.]

Providing for the reassignment of committee-rooms.-[March
Read, 130; discussed, 151.

23, 1869.]

Agreed to, 206.
By Mr. Kellogg-
In regard to a light-ship at the mouth of Savannah river.—[March || By Mr. Sumner-
8, 1869.]

Calling for a list of the acts passed at the third session of the
Agreed to, 29.

Fortieth Congress.-[March 5, 1869.]
Calling for information with regard to the New Orleans marine

Agreed to, 8.
hospital.--[March 19, 1869.]

In favor of cheap ocean postage.--[March 20, 1869.]
Agreed to, 151.

Referred, 176.

For the election of a President of the Senate pro tempore.—[ March
For printing a report relative to guarantying the paymentof certain

23, 1869. ]
bonds to be issued for repairing levees.-[March 29, 1869.]

Agreed to, 204.
Referred, 321.

For the election of a President pro tempore. -[April 9, 1869.]
By Mr. Morrill-

Agreed to, 652.
In relation to the grade of Pennsylvania avenue.-[March 25, 1869.) || By Mr. Trumbull-

Reported and agreed to, 262.
In regard to a summer residence for the President.-[March 30,

For the election of Chaplain.-[March 5, 1869.]
1869.)

Agreed to, 9.
Agreed to, 347.

For a committee to wait upon the President.--[April 10, 1869.]

Agreed to, 720.
By Mr. Morton-

For the appointment of a committee on political disabili-
Amending the twenty-fifth rule in regard to notice of a motion to

ties. — [March 20, 1869. ]
bring in a bill or joint resolution.-[March 10, 1869.]

Read, 176.
Referred, 42.

By Mr. Williams-
Calling for information in regard to Venezuela claims.-[March In relation to mail service to Alaska.—[March 23, 1869.]
11, 1869.]

Agreed to, 206.
Agreed to, 47.

By Mr. Wilson-
Relating to the pay of southern Senators.-[ April 6, 1869.]

Calling for copies of contracts between the War Department and
Laid over, 532, 573; motion to take up, 625; discussed, 718,

Norman Wiard for the fabrication of ordnance.-[March 17,
719, 720, 721.

1869.]
By Mr. Nye-

Agreed to, 103.
In regard to lighting of Senate Hall.-[March 25, 1869.]

To define the meaning of the eight-hour law.-[April 3, 1869.]
Referred, 264.

Agreed to, 468.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

HOUSE BILLS.

97;

H. R. Nola

H. R. No. 12 To reduce iuw oue act and to amend the laws relating to internal Authorizing the New York, Newfoundland, and London Telegraph revenue.--[By Mr. Schenck.)

Company to land its submarine cable upon the shores of the Read and printed, 88.

United States.-[By Mr. Banks. ] I. R. No. 2

Referred, 70. For the coinage of nickel and copper pieces of five cents and H. R. No. 13under.-[By Nr. Kelley)

To create the office of chief veterinary surgeon of the United Referred, 38; reported, 81 ; discussed, 81, recommitted,

States Army.-[By Mr. Banks. ] 100; substitute reported and discussed, 372; (see bill I. R. Referred, 70. No. 334.)

H. R. No. 14H. R. No. 3—

To repeal the second section of the act of 1867, which among To repeal an act regulating the tenure of certain civil offices.—[By

other things provides that all orders relating to military Nr. Butler, of Massachusetts.)

operations made by the President shall be issued through the Read and passed, 40; passed Senate with amendment, 277;

General of the Army.-[By Mr. Ward.] discussed, 281; referred, 288; motion to reconsider, 288; Relerred, 71. discussed, 810; Senate amendment non-concurred in, 319; I. R. No. 15– conference, 371, 376; explanations, 396; conference report, For the relief of Barnabas Leach.-[By Mr. Ward.] 402 ; discussed, 402; agreed to by House, 406; by Senate, 408;

Referred, 71. enrolled, 425; approved, 610.

I. R. No. 164 In Senate : Received from House, 41; discussed, 43 ; referred, 45; reported, 62; discussed, 87, 104, 150, 153, 177; recom.

For the relief of Charles M. Brown.-[By Mr. Ward.]

Referred, 71. mitted, 205 ; amendment, 217; reported, 233; discussed, 233 ; passed with amendments and with new title, 248; disagreed to

I. R. No. 17by House, 322; discussed, 322; conference, 333, 847; confer.

To increase the pension of George H. Blackman.-(By Mr. Ward.] ence report, 394; agreed to by Senate, 395; by House, 394.

Referred, 71. H. R. No. 4

H. R. No. 18– To refund the internal revenue tax assessed upon a bequest made For the relief of George J. Langworthy.--[By Mr. Ward.)

by Joseph Brown, deceased, for the use of the Presbyterian Referred, 71. church, at Bardstown, Kentucky.-[By Mr. Knott. ]

H. R. No. 19% Referred, 58; reported, 587.

To authorize the building of a military and postal railway from H. R. No. 54

Washington, District of Columbia, to the city of New To extend bounty to drafted men.-[By Mr. Randall.]

York.

[ By Mr. Kelsey.) Referred, 59.

Referred, 71. H. R. No. 6–

I. R. No. 20% To provide payment to the assessor of internal revenue for the To modify the existing laws relative to the warehousing

district of Delaware for assessing the direct tax as levied upon system. - [By Mr. Morrell, of Pennsylvania.] the several States by act approved August 5, 1861.-[By Mr.

Referred, 71. Biggs.]

H. R. No. 21Referred, 69.

To encourage and facilitate telegraphic communication between H. R. No. 7–

the eastern and western continents.-[By Mr. O'Neill.] To strengthen the public credit and relating to contracts for the

Referred, 71. payment of coin.-{By Mr. Schenck.)

H. R. No. 22Read, 60; passed with title amended, 61; passed Senate, 84 ; To perfect the title of Franklin Oliver, & soldier of the war of enrolled, 101 ; approved, 107.

*1812, to certain lands which he claims to have covered by In Senate: Received from House, 66 ; substituted for bill S.

military warrants.-[By Mr. Packer.] No. 66, 66; discussed, 66; passed, 70; enrolled, 86.

Referred, 71 ; referred anew, 809. 8. R. No. 8

H. R. No. 23Providing for a free system of national banking.-[By Mr. Poland. ] Appropriating a sum of money to remove obstructions to the Referred, 70.

navigation of Brittan bay, Maryland. - [By Mr. Stone.) H. R. No. 9.

Referred, 71. Extending the time for revising and consolidating the statutes of 2. R. No. 24the United States.-[By Mr. Poland. ]

To change the name of the schooner East New Market, of Referred, 70; reported and discussed, 220; passed, 223.

Baltimore.-[By Mr. Stone.] In Senate: Received from House, 217; referred, 217.

Referred, 71. H. R. No. 10%

H. R. No. 254 To amend the judicial system of the United States.-[By Mr. To establish an assay office at Helena, in the Territory of Poland.)

Montana.-[By Mr. Kelley. ] Referred, 70.

Referred, 71. H. R. No. 11–

H. R. No. 26– Allowing the defendant in criminal cases to testify.--[By Mr. To fix the time for the election of Representatives and Delegates Poland.)

in the Congress of the United States.--[By Mr. Dares.) Referred, 70.

Referred, 71; printed, 199.

H. R. No. 27

H. R. No. 47To amend an act entitled "An act imposing taxes on distilled Authorizing payment to be made for certain services rendered to spirits and tobacco."-—[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.]

the United States in the late insurrectionary States.-[By Mr. Referred, 71; substitute reported and recommitted, 143 ; (see

Whittemore.] bill H. R. No. 140.)

Referred, 71. H. R. No. 28

H. R. No. 48– For the relief of Robert L. D. Burchfield.-[By Mr. Jones, of To prohibit the further increase of the public debt.-[By Mr. North Carolina. )

Schenck. Referred, 71.

Referred, 72. H. R. No. 29

H. R. No. 49– For relief of George C. Haynie-[By Mr. Jones, of North Carolina.] To create a new judicial district in the State of Kentucky.-[By Referred, 71.

Mr. Beck.]
H. R. No. 30—

Referred, 72.
Granting a pension to Mary E. Shelton and her children.-[By H. R. No. 50–
Mr. Jones, of North Carolina.]

To pension the soldiers of the war of 1812.—[ By Mr. Maynard. ] Referred, 71.

Referred, 72. H. R. No. 31

H. R. No. 61-
To amend the eighth section of an act entitled "An act to For the better establishment of certain claims.-[By Mr. Maynard.]

provide increased revenue from imports, to pay interest Referred, 72.
on the public debt. - [By Mr. Heaton.)

H. R. No. 52–
Referred, 71.

To renew certain grants of land to the State of Alabama.—[By H. R. No. 32

Mr. Stokes.)
To repeal an act entitled "An act to restrict the jurisdiction of Referred, 72.

the Court of Claims, and to provide for the payment of cer H. R. No. 53-
tain demands for quartermaster's and subsistence supplies To facilitate the payment of bounties to colored soldiers.-[By
furnished to the Army of the United States," approved July,

Mr. Arnell.]
4, 1864, and to extend the statute of limitations in certain

Referred, 72. cases. - [By Mr. Heaton.]

II. R. No. 64Referred, 71.

For the relief of Lieutenant William A. Rucker, of TennesH. R. No. 33—

see.-[By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.] To establish certain post routes in the State of South Caro

Referred, 72.
lina.-[By Mr. Whittemore.]

H. R. No. 55–
Referred, 71.
H. R. No. 34-

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Hockaday, of Tennessee.-[By

Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.] To prevent the collection of illegal taxes on passengers under

Referred, 72. color of State authority.-[By Mr. Whittemore.]

H. R. No. 56Referred, 71.

Granting a pension to Sarah Barry, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. H. R. No. 35–

Buller, of Tennessee.]
To establish a post route from Lancaster, Ohio, to Somerset,
Ohio.--[By Mr. Van Trump. ]

Referred, 72.
Referred, 71.

H. R. No. 57H. R. No. 36

Granting a pension to Emeline Hicks, of Tennessee.--[By Mr.

Butler, of Tennessee.] To establish a post route from New Holland, Ohio, to Pancoastburg, Ohio.-[By Mr. Van Trump.]

Referred, 72. Referred, 71.

H. R. No. 58H. R. No. 37

To prevent the further sale of the public lands of the United For the relief of Abbott Q. Ross.-[By Mr. Stevenson.]

States except as provided for in the preëmption and homeReferred, 71.

stead laws and the laws for disposing of town sites and H. R. No. 38

mineral lands.—[By Mr. Julian. ] To establish a police court for the District of Columbia.—[By Mr.

Referred, 72; printed, 84.
Welker.]

H. R. No. 59--
Referred, 71.

To extend the provisions of the homestead act to the orphan H. R. No. 39

children of deceased soldiers who are under the age of For the relief of Commander Joseph Fyffe, of the Navy.-[By

twenty one years.-[By Mr. Julian.] Mr. Lawrence.]

Referred, 72; printed, 84. Referred, 71.

H. R. No. 60— H. R. No. 40–

To close the land system in certain States.-[By Mr. Julian.] To confirm the title of William M. Garvey to a certain tract of

Referred, 72; printed, 84. land.- [By Mr. Lawrence.]

H. R. No. 61Referred, 71.

To amend the act entitled "An act to secure homesteads to actual H. R. No. 41

settlers on the public domain," approved May 20, 1862, and To regulate the method of converting gold into currency.—[By

the acts amendatory thereof, approved March 21, 1864, and Mr. Lawrence.]

June 21, 1866.-[By Mr. Julian.] Referred, 71.

Referred, 72; printed, 84, H. R. No. 42

H. R. No. 62-, To incorporate the National Gold and Silver Mining Company of

To fix the time for the election of Representatives and Delegates Washington, District of Columbia.—[ By Mr. Lawrence.]

in the Congress of the United States.--[By Mr. Julian. ] Referred, 72.

Referred, 72; printed, 84. H. R, No. 43–

H. R. No. 63To provide for the safety of the lives of passengers at sea.-[By Declaring the lands constituting the Fort Jessup military reservaMr. Garfield.)

tion, in the State of Louisiana, subject to homestead entry Referred, 72.

and settlement.-[By Mr. Julian.] H. R. No. 44–

Referred, 72; printed, 84. Granting a pension to James O. K. Hubbard.- [ By Mr. Wilson, H. R. No. 64of Ohio.]

To discourage polygamy in Utah by granting the right of suffrage Referred, 72.

to the women of that Territory.-[By Mr. Julian.] H. R. No. 45

Referred, 72; printed, 84. Relating to gold contracts.—[By Mr. Schenck.]

H. R. No. 65– Referred, 72,

Relative to lands sold for non-payıpent of Federal taxes, or under H. R. No. 46

judgment or decrees of the courts of the United States.-[By For the relief of Samuel H. Moore, late a private in company G,

Mr. Julian.]
fifty-seventh regiment Ohio veteran volunteer infantry. [By

Referred, 72; printed, 84.
Mr. Mungen.]

H. R. No. 664
Referred, 72; reported and passed, 281.

To forbid the conveyance of Indian reservations by treaty or any In Senate: Received from House, 265; referred, 265; referred

other grantees than the United States.—[By Mr. Julian.] anew, 410.

Referred, 72; printed, 84,

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H. R. No. 67

H. R. No. 87Further to extend the right of suffrage in the District of Colum For the relief of James M. Johnson and Gayle H. Kyle, membersbia.-[By Mr. Julian.]

elect from the State of Arkansas to the Thirty-Eighth and Referred, 72; printed, 84.

Thirty-Ninth Congresses.—[By Mr. Boles.]
H. R. No. 68%

Referred, 73; referred anew, 556.
To extend the right of suffrage in the Territories of the United H. R. No. 88–
States.- [By Mr. Julian. ]

For the relief of Jesse Overton, of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Boles.] Referred, 73; printed 84.

Referred, 73. H. R. No. 69–

H. R. No. 89For the sale of the Hot Springs reservation in Arkansas.—[By Mr. For the relief of Major Lucien J. Barnes.-[By Mr. Boles.] Julian.]

Referred, 73. Referred, 73; printed, 84.

H. R. No. 90H. R. No. 70%

Making appropriations for certain harbors in the State of MichTo distribute the number and rank of Government employés among

igan. - [By Mr. Ferry.] the several congressional districts and Territories.—[By Mr. Referred, 78. Shanks.]

H. R. No. 91Referred, 73.

To prevent the extermination of fur-bearing animals in H. R. No. 71

Alaska.-[By Mr. Ferry.] Supplemental to an act entitled "An act to provide a national Referred, 73.

currency secured by pledge of United States bonds, and to H. R. No. 92– provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved To discontinue Sault Ste. Marie as a port of entry in the Superior June 3, 1864.-[By Mr. Coburn.]

district and to establish Marquette in lieu thereof.-[By Mr. Referred, 73.

Strickland.] 4. R. No. 72

Referred, 73; reported and passed, 644 ; passed Senate, 714; Concerning the property of married women in the District of

enrolled, 715. Columbia.-(By Mr. Niblack.]

In Senate : Received from House, 625; referred, 653 ; passed, Referred, 73.

720; enrolled, 721. H. R. No. 73–

H. R. No. 93To authorize and provide for the construction of a national military To provide for the organization of a provisional government for and freight railway from the Mississippi river to certain ports

the State of Mississippi.-[By Mr. Paine. ] on the Atlantic.-[By Mr. Cullom.]

Referred, 74. Referred, 73.

H. R. No. 94H. R. No. 74

To change the time for carrying the mail on route No. 7197, Supplemental to an act entitled "An act to provide a national

between Fulton, Mississippi, and Frankfort, Alabama.—[By currency secured by pledge of United States bonds, and to

Mr. Paine.] provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved Referred, 74. June 3, 1864.-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

H. R. No. 95– Read and objected to, 58; referred, 73.

Granting lands to the State of Wisconsin for the construction of a H. R. No. 75

wagon-road for military and postal purposes from Chippewa To establish a mail route in Illinois.-[By Mr. Burr. ]

Falls to Bayfield, on Lake Superior. - [By Mr. Washburn, Referred, 73.

of Wisconsin.] H. R. No. 76

Referred, 74. To grant a pension to Jacob Shy, of Illinois.-[By Mr. Burr.]

H. R. No. 96Referred, 73.

For the better organization of the district court of the United H. R. No. 77–

States within the State of Wisconsin, and to create and estabRelating to the operations of the pension laws.-[By Mr. Benjamin.]

lish the western district of Wisconsin.-[By Mr. Washburn, Referred, 73.

of Wisconsin.] H. R. No. 784

Referred, 74. To regulate the appraisement and inspection of imports in certain H. R. No. 97cases.-[By Mr. Finkelnburg.]

For the better protection of immigrant passengers arrriving at the Referred, 73.

ports of the United States.—[ By Nr. Hopkins. ] H. R. No. 79–

Referred, 74. To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the sale of the H. R. No. 98

arsenal grounds at St. Louis and Liberty, Missouri."—[By Mr. Finkelnburg. )

To revive certain grants of lands to the State of Alabama.—[By

Mr. Hopkins.] Referred, 73.

Referred, 74. H. R. No. 80–

H. R. No. 99To amend an act entitled "An act relating to habeas corpus, and

To grant lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from the regulating judicial proceedings in certain cases,”' approved

Mississippi river to Yancton, on the Missouri river, and to March 3, 1863, and an act to amend said act, approved March

amend an act entitled "An act for a grant of lands to the State 11, 1866.-[By Mr. Boyd.]

of Iowa in alternate sections to aid in the construction of a Referred, 73.

railroad in said State," approved May 12, 1861.-[By Mr. H. R. No. 81

Hopkins.] For the relief of the widow and heirs of John A. Stevens, deceased,

Referred, 74. of Springfield, Missouri.-[By Mr. Boyd.]

H. R. No. 100Ref d, 73.

Granting lands to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the construction H. R. No. 82–

of a breakwater, harbor, and ship-canal at the head of SturTo provide for holding terms of the United States district court

geon bay, in the county of Door, in said State, to connect the for western district of Missouri at St. Joseph-[By Mr. Asper.]

waters of Green bay with Lake Michigan, in said State. - [By Referred, 73.

Mr. Sawyer.] H. R. No. 83

Referred, 74. Relating to the appraisement of imported goods.-[By Mr. Asper. ] | H. R. No. 101– Referred, 73.

Authorizing the selection of lands for school purposes on double H. R. No. 84

minimum lands in lieu of school sections on such lands taken For the relief of George B. Halsted.--[By Mr. Asper.]

for preemption or other purposes.—[By Mr. Sargent..) Referred, 73.

Referred, 74. H. R. No. 85–

H. R. No. 102To constitute the city of Louisiana, in Missouri, a port of To restore to the judges of the United States district courts of delivery.--[By Mr. Dyer.]

California, Oregon, and Nevada the right to appoint clerks to Referred, 73.

their courts respectively. - [By Mr. Sargent.] H. R. No. 86–

Referred, 74. Providing for the improvement of the Mississippi river, between H. R. No. 103

the mouth of the Illinois river and the mouth of the Maramec Granting public lands and the right of way through the same river, and for the improvement of the harbor of the city of

to aid in the construction of a canal in the State of CaliSt. Louis.-[By Mr. Wells. ]

fornia. - [By Mr. Sargent. ] Referred, 73.

Refer red, 74. 41st Cong. 1st Sess.

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