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H. R. No. 104-
To relinquish the interest of the United States in certain lands to

the city and county of San Francisco.-[By Mr. Axtell.]

Referred, 74.
H. R. No. 105–
Granting lands to aid in the construction of the Oroville and

Virginia City railroad.-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Referred, 74.
H. R. No. 106-
Granting lands to the State of California to be sold by said State

to actual settlers in quantities not exceeding one quarter sec-
tion to any one person, and at a price not exceeding $2 60
per acre, to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph
line from the town of Vallejo to Humboldt bay, in the State

of California.--[By Mr. Johnson.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 107-

To provide a temporary government for the Territory of

Alaska.-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 108–

For the relief of Walter Sherwood and David W. Martin-

dale.-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 109-

To aid in the construction of the Oregon Branch Pacific rail.

road. - [By Mr. Smith, of Oregon.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 110-

To amend an act entitled "An act granting lands to in the

construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Cen-

tral Pacific railroad, in California, to Portland, in Oregon,'

approved July 25, 1866.-[By Mr. Smith, of Oregon.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 111-
To authorize the Secretary of War to settle the expenses of two

companies of Oregon volunteers--[By Mr. Smith, of Oregon.)

Referred, 74.
H. R. No. 112-
To authorize a settlement of the claiins of the State of Kansas for

services of the troops called out by the Governor of that State
upon the requisition of Major General Curtis to 'repel the

invasion of General Price.- [By Mr. Clarke.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 113–
For the relief of certaiu preëmption and homestead settlers along

the original route of the Union Pacific railway, eastern divis.

ion.- [ By Mr. Clarke.]

Referred, 74.
H. R. No. 114-
To extend the preëmption and homestead laws of the United

States over certain lands.-[By Mr. Clarke.]

Referred, 74.
H. R. No. 115–
Authorizing the appointment of a commission and the settlement

of claims of the citizens of Kansas. - [By Mr. Clarke.]

Referred, 74; referred anew, 390.

H. R. No. 116-

For the relief of William D. Matthews.-[By Mr. Clarke.]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 117-

To establish a mail route between Belmont and Silver Springs,

Nevada. - [By Mr. Fitch. ]

Referred, 74.

H. R. No. 118-
To establish a mail route tween Wadsworth and Ellsworth,

Nevada. - [By Mi. Fitch.)

Referred, 75.

H. R. No. 119
To establish a mail route between Hamilton and Grant district,

via Troy, Nevada.—[By Mr. Fitch.]

Referred, 75.

H. R. No. 120-

To extend the boundaries of Nevada.--[By Mi, Fitch.)

Referred, 75.

H. R. No. 121-

To establish a uniform system of naturalization, and to regulate

proceedings under the same.-[By Mr. Fitch.)

Referred, 75; reported and recommitted, 600; leave to report

asked, 711.

H. R. No. 122-

To repeal an act entitled "An act to authorize the selection

of school districts in lieu of the sixteenth section within

the twelve-miles-square reservation in the State of Ala-

bama."'-[By Mr. Taffe.]

Referred, 75.

H. R. No. 123–
Making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses

of the Indian department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations
with the various Indian tribes for the year ending the 30th of

June, 1870.– [By Mr. Dawes.)
Referred, 78; reported, 116; discussed, 164, 167, 169 ; passed,

173 ; passed Senate with amendments, 479; referred, 479;
reported, 516; discussed, 556, 557, 508, 590; agreed to with
amendment, 590; conference, 603, 606; conference report,
647; discussed, 617; agreed to by House, 649; by Senate,

652; enrolled, 698.
In Senate : Received from House and referred, 190; amend.

ments, 190, 217, 263, 291, 320, 321; reported, 232; called
up, 371; discussed, 387, 413, 442; passed with amendments,
451; disagreed to by House, 581; conference, 586, 611;

conference report, 628; concurred in, 628; enrolled, 677.

H. R. No. 124-
To declare and fix the status of judge advocates of the Army.-[By

Mr. Garfield.]

Objected to, 75; read and passed, 78; passed Senate with

amendments, 694; concurred in, 701; enrolled, 702.

In Senate: Received from House, 86; referred, 86; reported

and indefinitely postponed, 175; motion to reconsider, 175;

called up, 630; discussed, 662; passed with amendments,

663; agreed to by House, 667; enrolled, 678.

H. R. No. 125-
Granting to the soldiers of the twelfth and sixteenth regiments of

one year Indiana volunteers a bounty of fifty dollars. -[By Mr.

Holman.]

Referred, 78.

H. R. No. 126-

Granting land to aid in the reclamation of desert land in the

Territory of Utah.—[By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]

Referred, 83.

H. R. No. 127-
For the relief of the inhabitants of cities and towns in the Terri-

tories of New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.—[By Mr. Hooper,

of Utah.]

Referred, 83.
H, R. No. 128-
For the relief of the inhabitants of Great Salt Lake City, in

Utah.– [By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]

Referred, 84.

H. R. No. 129 -

To establish a post route in the county of Kankakee, in the State

of Illinois.--[By Mr. Cullom.]

Referred, 73.
H. R. No. 130–
To extend the laws relating to the registry of vessels.-[By Mr.

Buffinton. ]

Referred, 97.
H. R. No. 131-

To divide the State of Texas into three States.—[By Mr. Beaman.)

Referred, 100.
H. R. No. 132-
For the division of the territory known as the State of Texas into

separate territories.—[By Mr. Beaman.]

Referred, 100.

H. R. No. 133-

Regulating compensation in cases of contested elections.—[By

Mr. Dawes. ]

Referred, 100; printed, 199.

H, R. No. 134–

To establish a land district in Wyoming Territory.-[By Mr.

Spink.]
Referred, 100; reported, 243; leave to report asked, 631, 652;

reported and passed, 682.

In Senate: Received from House, 662; read, 679.
H. R. No. 135–
To create an additional land district in the Territory of Dakota to

be called the Pembina district.-[By Mr. Spink.]

Referred, 100.

H. R. No. 136-

To regulate the appraisement and inspection of imports in certain

cases.-[By Mr. Judd.]

Referred, 124 ; reconsidered, 125.

H. R. No. 137-

To provide levees to secure the low lands of Arkansas and Missouri

from inundation and to encourage the settlement and enltiva.

tion thereof.-[By Mr. Roots. ]

Referred, 125.

H. R. No. 128-

In relation to the transportation of mails by railroad compa.

nies.-[By Mr. Twichell.]

Referred, 125 ; reported, 396, 425.

H. R. No. 1394

H. R. No. 157–

For the enrollment and license of the British schooner Venilia. To establish the office of associate jadge for the eastern district
(By Mr. Twichell.]

of Texas.-[By Mr. Davis.]

Referred, 125.

Referred, 193.

H. R. No. 140—

H. R. No. 1584

To amend an act entitled "An act imposing a tax on distilled To declare and provide for the lights to be carried on steam
spirits and tobacco."-[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts. ]

vessels upon Lakes Ontario, Erie, and the other northern

Reported as substitute for bill H. R. No. 27 and recommitted,

and northwestern lakes and navigable waters connected with

143; motion to reconsider, 174; discussed, 377; passed, 384;

the same.-[By Mr. Bennett. ]

passed Senate with amendments, 652; conference, 679, 685; Referred, 193.

conference report, 704; discussed, 704; agreed to by House,

708; by Senate, 703; enrolled, 711.

H. R. No. 1594

In Senate: Received from House, 384 ; referred, 384; reported,

To provide for the better protection of the northern and north-

468; notice, 577; called up, 587; discussed, 612, 621; passed

western frontier, and to facilitate commerce and diminish

with amendments, 624; conference, 657; conference report,

the expense of exchanges between the States.-[By Mr.

Bennett.]

678; concurred in by Senate, 679; by House, 679; enrolled, 716.

Referred, 193.

H. R. No. 141-

H. R. No. 160—

For an act in addition to an act to provide for the holding of courts
of the United States in case of the sickness or other disability

To repeal an act entitled “An act in reference to the certification
of the judges of the district courts, approved July 29,1850.-[By

of checks by national banks.”—[By Mr. Wood.]

Mr. Bingham.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, 150.

H. R. No. 161–

H. R. No. 142–

To alter the computation of foreign money for Government

To secure and protect the freedom of transit and commerce within

purposes. - [By Mr. Wood.]

the United States.-[By Mr. Bingham.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, 150.

H. R. No. 162-

H. R. No. 143,

To remove obstructions from the East river in the harbor of New

For the relief of the city of Milwaukee.—[By Mr. Paine.]

York.-[By Mr. Calkin.]

Referred, 164.

Referred, 193.

H. R. No. 144-

H. R. No. 163–

For the relief of William A. Griffith, for expenditures in fitting

To authorize the construction of a railroad and telegraph line

up a national cemetery at Andersonville, Georgia.—[By Mr.

from the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to the city

Whittemore.]

of Cleveland, in the State of Ohio, or town of Erie, Pennsyl.

Referred, 164.

vania, by the nearest direct route.-[By Mr. Morrell, of

Pennsylvania.]

H. R. No. 145–

Referred, 193.

Relative to lands sold for non-payment of Federal taxes or

under the judgment or decree of the courts of the United

H. R. No. 164–

States. - [By Mr. Julian.]

To make compensation to Edward Barton, James Barton, sen.,

Referred, 164.

and John H. Barton, for damages done to their steamer

Uncle Abe by the United States steamer Zouave.-[By Mr.

H. R. No. 146-

Townsend.]

To protect the fur-seal trade in Alaska, and for other pur Referred, 193.

poses. -[By Mr. Johnson.]

H. R. No. 165–

Referred, 164.

Giving the consent of the United States to the erection of a bridge

H. R. No. 147–

across the Delaware river between Philadelphia and Cam.

To provide for the organization of a provisional government for

den.-[By Mr. O'Neill.]

Mississippi.- [By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, *164; reported, 253; discussed, 253, 281, 398, 406, || H. R. No. 166-

425, 436; postponed, 437.

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Marshall.—[By Mr. Cessna.]

H. R. No. 148–

Referred, 194.

Making a grant of land to the State of Minnesota to aid in securing H. R. No. 167-

the navigation of the Mississippi river immediately above the For the relief of Israel Yount.--[By Mr. Cessna.]

Falls of St. Anthony.-[By Mr. Wilson, of Minnesota.]

Referred, 194,

Referred, 164.

H. R. No. 168–

H. R. No. 149–

For the relief of John T. Deweese.-[By Mr. Jones, of North

To refund certain taxes illegally collected in the internal revenue

Carolina.]

department.-- [By Mr. Dockery.]

Referred, 194.

Referred, 164.

H. R. No. 1694

H. R. No. 150-

For the removal of disabilities.-[By Mr. Dockery.]

To provide for a gradual resumption of specie payments.--[By Referred, 194.

Mr. Lynch.)

H. R. No. 170-

Referred, 193.

To provide payment for quartermaster stores and subsistence

H. R. No. 151–

supplies taken by the Army in the southern States.—[By Mr.

To provide against undue expansions and contractions of the

Dockery.]

currency:-[By Mr. Lynch.]

Referred, 194.

Referred, 193.

H. R. No. 171-

H. R. No. 152-

For the relief of railroad companies carrying United States mails

Providing for a uniform system of naturalization.--[By Mr.

in North Carolina.-[By Mr. Deweese. ]

Poland.]

Referred, 194.

Referred, 193.

H. R. No. 172-

H. R. No. 153–

To establish a post route from Leaksville, North Carolina, to

For the relief of Thomas Allen.—[By Mr. Dawes.]

Penn's Store, Virginia.—[By Mr. Lash.].

Referred, 193.

Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 154–

H. R. No. 173–

To establish a uniform rule of naturalization throughout the United To establish a post route from Salem to Jerusalem, in North

States.-{By Mr. Jenckes.]

Carolina. - [By Mr. Lash.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 155–

H. R. No. 174

To prohibit secret sales or purchases of gold or bonds on account To incorporate the Irving Literary Association, Washington,

of the United States, and for other purposes.—[By Mr. Kelsey.]

District of Columbia.—[By Mr. Welker.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 156–

H. R. No. 175–

To amend the judicial system of the United States.-[By Mr. To cede to the State of Ohio the unsold lands in the Virginia

Davis. ]

military district in said State.-[By Mr. Wilson, of Ohio.]

Referred, 193.

Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 176–

H. R. No. 196Establishing a post road in the State of Ohio.-[By Mr. Wilson, To divide the State of Texas and to organize that portion of Texas of Ohio.]

lying west and south of the Colorado river into a State, to be Referred, 194.

called the State of Lincoln, and to provide for the continuance H. R. No. 177

of the provisional government of Texas.—[ By Mr. Asper.] Granting a pension to Mrs. Martha Robinson.-[By Mr. Wilson,

Referred, 194. of Ohio.]

H. R. No. 197 Referred, 194.

To authorize the construction of certain bridges across the H. R. No. 178—

Mississippi and Missouri rivers, and to establish them as post To incorporate the Washington and Cincinnati National Railroad

roads.- [By Mr. Dyer.] and Telegraph Company.-[By Mr. Lawrence.]

Referred, 195. Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 1984 H. R. No. 179—

For the relief of Tinsley, Van Horn & Co., Glenr., Overall & Clark, To provide for the election of a Delegate in Congress for the

and J. N. Henderson & Co., of Louisiana, Missouri.—[By

Mr. Dyer.]
District of Columbia.—[By Mr. Winans.]
Referred, 194.

Referred, 195,

H. R. No. 199
H. R. No. 180-
For the relief of Hiram Brilt, of Henderson county, Tennes-

For the relief of James Lindsay.-[By Mr. Dyer.]
see.-- [ By Mr. Hawkins.]

Referred, 195. Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 2004 H. R. No. 181

To regulate the appraisement and inspection of imports in certain Granting & pension to Thomas Maxwell, of Hardin county,

cases, and for other purposes.-[By Mr. Wells.] Tennessee.- [By Mr. Arnell.]

Referred, 195. Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 2014 H. R. No. 1824

Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph Granting a pension to Eli Bunch, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Arnell.]

line from the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, in Referred, 194.

the State of Missouri, to the boundary line between the United

States and Mexico, at or near Presidio del Norte, on the Rio H. R. No. 183–

Grande, in the direction of the harbor of Altata on the Gulf To incorporate the Howard Industrial Educational Associa

of California, in the republic of Mexico, with a branch from tion.-[By Mr. Stokes.]

some point east of the ninety-eighth degree of west longitude Referred, 194.

to the city of Lawrence, in the State of Kansas. - [By Mr. H. R. No. 184

Boles. ] To confirm to J. M. Hutchings and J. C. Lamon their preëmp

Referred, 195. tion claim to the Yosemite valley, in the State of Califor H. R. No. 202nia.- [By Mr. Julian.]

Granting further time to the Little Rock and Fort Smith railroad Referred, 194.

in which to complete the first section of said railroad.-[By H. R. No. 185–

Mr. Rogers.]
To amend the naturalization laws of the United States.-[By

Referred, 175.
Mr. Julian.]

H. R. No. 2034
Referred, 194.

To remove legal and political disabilities from Benjamin F. H. R. No. 186

Morgan, of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Rogers. ] To provide two local inspectors of steamboats at Evansville, in

Referred, 195. the State of Indiana.--[By Mr. Niblack.]

H. R. No. 204Referred, 194.

To remove legal and political disabilities from William F. Owen, H. R. No. 187

of Arkansas. - [By Mr. Rogers.] Authorizing district courts to be held at the cities of Evansville Referred, 195.

and New Albany, in the State of Indiana.-[By Mr. Niblack.] || H. R. No. 205– Referred, 194.

To remove legal and political disabilities from Willis D. Johnson, H. R. No. 188–

of Arkansas.-[By Mr. Rogers. ] In relation to bridges across the Ohio river. - [By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Referred, 195. Referred, 194; leave to report asked, 590, 711.

H. R. No. 206H. R. No. 189—

To remove legal and political disabilities from James W. Bradford, To establish a mail route in Illinois.-[By Mr. McNeely.]

of Arkansas.--[By Mr. Rogers. ] Referred, 194.

Referred, 195.

H. R. No. 207H. R. No. 1904

To amend an act entitled "An act providing for the sale of a To establish a post road in Illinois.--[By Mr. Crebs.]

portion of the Fort Gratiot military reservation in St. Clair Referred, 194.

county, in the State of Michigan."—[By Mr. Conger.] H. R. No. 191

Referred, 195. To provide for the appoiutment of a supervising surgeon of the H. R. No. 208–

marine hospitals of the United States.—[By Mr. Logan.] To increase the pension of Abigail Reynolds, widow of Benoni Referred, 194.

Reynolds, a soldier in the revolutionary war.-[By Mr. H. R. No. 192

Stoughton.]
To aid in the construction of the International Pacific railroad Referred, 195.

from Cairo, Illinois, to the Rio Grande, to anthorize the H. R. No. 209-
consolidation of certain railroad companies, and to provide
homesteads for the laborers on those roads.-[By Mr. Logan.]

To provide for holding terms of the United States circuit and

district courts for the western district of Michigan at Referred, 194; printed, 281.

Kalamazoo, in said State.-[By Mr. Stoughton.] H. R. No. 193—

Referred, 195.
To authorize the construction of a railroad from Davenport, in the H. R. No. 210-

State of Iowa, to Topeka, in the State of Kansas.-[By Mr. To grant a pension to Enoch Lytle.-[By Mr. Palmer.]
Cook.]

Referred, 195.
Referred, 194.

H. R. No. 211– H. R. No. 194

For the relief Samuel Pierce.-[By Mr. Loughridge.]
Making further appropriations for the improvement of the Rock Referred, 195.

Island and Des Moines rapids, in the Mississippi river.-[By | H. R. No. 212—
Mr. Hawley.]

To grant certain islands to the State of Wisconsin as swamp Referred, 194.

lands. - [By Mr. Hopkins. ] H. R. No. 195–

Referred, 195. To authorize the Secretary of War to place at the disposal of the || H. R. No. 213—

soldiers' monument committee of Rock Island county, State Legalizing certain locations of agricultural college scrip therein of Illinois, certain condemned ordnance.-[By Mr. Hawley.]

designated. - [By Mr. Sawyer.] Referred, 194.

Referred, 195.

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H. R. No. 214–

H. R. No. 235– Making appropriations for the improvemert of rivers and harbors For the relief of John C. McQuinston and Jeremiah D. Skeem, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869, and the year ending

of Indiana.—[By Mr. Coburn.]
June 30, 1870.– [By Mr. Sawyer.]

Referred, 196.
Referred, 195; referred anew, 425.

H. R. No. 236-
H. R. No. 215-

To regulate the manner of holding elections of Representatives Changing the limits of certain land districts in the State of

and Delegates in Congress.-[By Mr. Paine.]
California.-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Read, 197; made special order, 198; referred, 398.
Referred, 195.

H. R. No. 237-
H. R. No. 2164

To abolish the office of chief of staff to the General of the To provide for the better security of lives of passengers on vessels

Army.-[By Mr. Logan.] propelled by steam.-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Reported and passed, 198; passed Senate, 345; enrolled, 374. Referred, 195.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 206; reported, H. R. No. 217

217; passed, 305; enrolled, 350. To provide for the collection and permanent location of the several H. R. No. 238–

bands of Snake Indians in Oregon.—[By Mr. Smith, of Relating to retired officers of the Army.-[By Mr. Logan.]
Oregon.]

Reported and passed, 198.
Referred, 195.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 206; reported, 217. H. R. No. 218

H. R. No. 239—
In relation to treaties with Indian tribes.-[By Mr. Clarke.]

To limit public expenditures.-[By Mr. Lawrence.]
Referred, 195.

Referred, 199.
H. R. No. 219

H. R. No. 240-
In relation to agricultural and mechanical college scrip.--[By Mr. Making appropriations for the removal of certain obstructions in
Tafe.]

the Potomac river.-[By Mr. Schenck.]
Referred, 195.

Referred, 202. H. R. No. 220

H. R. No. 241To provide for and subsist the Ogallalla and Brulé Sioux Indians Supplementary to and explanatory of certain acts of Congress of the Platte agency.-[By Mr. Taffe.]

relating to officers of the Navy.-[By Mr. Schenck.] Referred, 195.

Referred, 203.
H. R. No. 221-

H. R. No. 242-
Granting land to aid in the construction of a railroad from Providing that judges of the Supreme Court shall not sit upon the
Lincoln, in the State of Nebraska, to Denver, Colorado

hearing of appeals and writs of error from their decisions as Territory.-[By Mr. Taffe.]

circuit judges. - [By Mr. Poland.] Referred, 195.

Referred, 220.
H. R. No. 222-

H. R. No. 243-
To establish a certain post routé. —[By Mr. Cobb, of Wisconsin.] To provide for the publication of the opinions of the Attorney
Referred, 195.

General.-[By Mr. Bingham.]
H. R. No. 223-

Reported and recommitted, 220; leave to report asked, 630; For the admission of Deseret into the Union as a State.—[By Mr.

reported and passed, 680; passed Senate with amendments, Hooper, of Utah.]

713; concurred in, 714; enrolled, 715. Referred, 195.

In Senate: Received from House, 662; read, 679; discussed, H. R. No. 224

716 ; passed with amendment and with new title, 717; Creating an additional land district in the Territory of Col.

enrolled, 721.
orado-[By Mr. Bradford.]

H. R. No. 244–
Referred, 196.

To provide for the erection of a public building in the city of St. H. R. No. 225—

Louis, Missouri, for the use of the custom-house and civil Granting lands and the right of way to the Denver, Pueblo,

officers of the Government of the United States.—[By Mr.

Wells. ]
and Santa Fé Railroad and Telegraph Company. - [By
Mr. Bradford.)

Referred, 224.

H. R. No. 245-
Referred, 196.

For the relief of Jesse and Mary Alice Davis, minors.—[By Mr. H. R. No. 226–

Kerr.)
To incorporate the Arkansas Valley Railroad Company.-[By
Mr. Bradford.]

Referred, 229.

H. R. No. 246–
Referred, 196.

For the relief of Belle R. Davis, widow of Captain John S. Davis, H. R. No. 227

deceased.-[By Mr. Kerr.]
For the relief of the inhabitants of the cities of Blackhawk,

Referred, 229.
Central City, and Georgetown, Colorado Territory.-[By Mr.

H. R. No. 247-
Bradford.)

To
Referred, 196.

рау Mrs. Mary Morgan, of Georgetown, South Carolina, widow

of John Morgan, of Georgetown, South Carolina, for rice taken H. R. No. 228

by the United States in 1865.-[By Mr. Whittemore.]
To enlarge the jurisdiction of the probate court in Idaho Terri. Referred, 248.
tory. - [By Mr. Shafer.]

H. R. No. 248.
Referred, 196.

To regulate the manner of applying to Congress for the removal
H. R. No. 229–

of political disabilities imposed by the third section of the To regulate and limit the admiralty jurisdiction of the district

fourteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United courts of the United States in certain cases.—[By Mr. Kerr.)

States.- [By Mr. Whittemore.]
Referred, 196.

Referred, 248.
H. R. No. 2304

H. R. No. 249
To regulate the times and places for holding the courts of the Concerning the district court of the United States for the district
United States in the district of Indiana.-(By Mr. Kerr.]

of Iowa.-[By Mr. Palmer.]
Referred, 196.

Referred, 248.
H. R. No. 231-

H. R. No. 250-
To prescribe a uniform rule of naturalization.-[By Mr. Kerr.] To establish a port of entry at Council Bluffs, Iowa.--[By Mr.
Referred, 196.

Palmer.]
H. R. No. 232-

Referred, 248. To incorporate the Southern Express Company.-[By Mr. May. | H. R. No. 251– nard.]

To enforce the third section of the fourteenth article of the Referred, 196.

amendments of the Constitution of the United States.- [By H. R. No. 233–

Mr. Paine.]
In respect to the examination of impure and adulterated wines Referred, 248; printed, 376.
and liquors.-[By Mr. Willard.]

H. R. No. 252-
Referred, 196.

Amendatory of an act to protect the rights of actual settlers upon H. R. No. 234

the public lands of the United States, approved July 27, For the relief of John Potts.-[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.]

1868.--[By Mr. Axtell.] Referred, 196.

Referred, 248.

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anew, 346.

anew, 346.

anew, 346.

H. R. No. 253

H. R. No. 269– Authorizing the allowance of the claim of the State of Minnesota For the relief of William E. Byrd, of Hancock county, in the State to lands for the support of a State university.--[By Mr.

of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Stokes.] Wilson, of Minnesota.]

Reported and passed, 308. Referred, 248.

In Senate : Received from House, 293; referred, 305; referred H. R. No. 254– To equalize the bounties of soldiers, sailors, and marines who H. R. No. 270— served in the late war for the Union.-[By Mr. Niblack.]

For the relief of Henry B. Mears.-[By Mr. Holman.] Referred, 248.

Reported, 308; passed, 309. H. R. No. 255

In Senate : Received from House, 293; referred, 305; referred For the relief of Sale 0-path-o-la-ho-la and her family, heirs of the late 0-path-o-la-ho-la.—[By Mr. Clarke.]

H. R. No. 271Referred, 248.

For the relief of Colonel Samuel W. Price, of the twenty-first H. R. No. 256–

Kentucky volunteers. - [By Mr. Stokes.] To provide for taking the ninth and subsequent censuses.—[By

Reported and passed, 309. Mr. Garfield.)

In Senate : Received from House, 293; referred, 305; referred Reported and recommitted, 249; amendments. 345, reported, 491; discussed, 550, 553 ; passed with new title, 556.

H. R. No. 272— H. R. No. 256%

For the relief of Alfred E. Brook, postmaster at Ilion, in the To provide for taking the ninth census.-[By Mr. Garfield.]

county of Herkimer and State of New York.-[Ey Mr. In Senate: Received from House, 532; referred, 540.

Washburn, of Massachusetts. ]

Reported and passed, 309. H. R. No. 257–

In Senate : Received from House, 293; referred, 305.
To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for an American line

H. R. No. 273-
of mail and immigrant passenger steamships between New
York and one or more European ports,' approved July 27,

To establish the salaries of certain officers, to reduce the expenses

of their offices, and to amend the laws in respect thereto.—[By 1868.—[By Mr. Hill.]

Mr. Davis. ] Referred, 276.

Referred, 310. H. R. No. 258—

H. R. No. 274To protect the rights of actual settlers on the public domain.-[By For the relief of Frederick Howes.-[By Mr. Butler, of MassaMr. Pomeroy. ]

chusetts. ] Referred, 277.

Referred, 333. H. R. No. 259—

H. R. No. 275To enforce the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution and the To incorporate a national land company for providing lands for laws of the United States, and to restore the State of Georgia

immigrants and freedmen in the late slaveholding States.—[By to the republican government elected under its new constitu

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ] tion.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]

Referred, 333 ; leave to report asked, 587. Proposed and objected to, 278; reported, 591; discussed, 591, H. R. No. 276– 600, 603.

To repeal certain provisions in appropriation bills relative to the H..R. No. 260—

Patent Office.-[By Mr. Jenckes. ] For the relief of Margaretta Van Renssellaer.—[ By Mr. Mayham.]

Referred, 333. Referred, 306.

H. R. No. 277 H. R. No. 261–

To pay loyal citizens in the States lately in rebellion for services For the encouragement of yachting, improvement in naval archi.

in taking the United States census of 1860.-[By Mr. Dockery. ] tecture, cultivation of naval science, and amendatory of an

Referred, 333. act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to license

H. R. No. 278– yachts.– [By Mr. Wood.]

For the establishment of a postal route in North Carolina.- [By Referred, 306.

Mr. Dockery.]

Referred, 333. H. R. No. 262—

H. R. No. 279To provide for the date of commissions to fill original vacancies in the Army of the United States.—[By Mr. Morgan.]

To amend the charter of the Oak Hill cemetery, in the District of Referred, 306.

Columbia.- [By Mr. Dockery.]

Referred, 333. H. R. No. 263—

H. R. No. 280– To extend to the mouth of the Columbia river the land grant here. tofore made for a railroad in Oregon.-[By Mr. Smith, of

Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to sell Government Oregon.]

property at Plymouth, North Carolina.—[By Mr. Cobb, of

North Carolina.] Referred, 306.

Referred, 333. H. R. No. 264—

H. R. No. 281To pay J. C. Duff, late second lieutenant of the thirtieth To relieve John T. Wheeler, of North Carolina, of political Massachusetts volunteers, six months and thirteen days'

disabilities.-[By Mr. Cobb, of North Carolina.] salary.—[By Mr. Whittemore.]

Referred, 333. Referred, 306.

H. R. No. 282H. R. No. 2654

To relieve John A. McLean, of Virginia, of his political disabiliGranting lands and the right of way to the St. James and Little

ties. - [By Mr. Cobb, of North Carolina.] Rock Railroad Company.-[By Mr. Boyd.]

Referred, 333. Referred, 306; reported and recommitted, 645.

H. R. No. 283– H. R. No. 266

Making an appropriation to remove obstructions from the RoanFor the relief of Abram G. Snyder, of Watervliet arsenal, at West

oke river, in North Carolina.—[By Mr. Cobb, of North Troy, New York.-[By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.]

Carolina.] Reported, 307; passed, 308.

Referred, 333. In Senate : Received from House, 293; referred, 305; referred

H. R. No. 284anew, 345.

To authorize the settlement of certain accounts.—[By Mr. Whitte

more. H. R. No. 267

Referred, 333. For the relief of Major Francis M. McKee, of Smith county, H. R. No. 285Tennessee.-[By Mr. Slot:es. ]

To punish the crime of holding office in violation of the ConstituReported and passed, 308.

tion.—[By Nr. Lawrence.] In Senate : Received from House, 293 ; referred, 305; referred Referred, 333.

H. R. No. 286-
H. R. No. 2684

In relation to trust funds.-[By Mr. Lawrence.]
For the relief of Captain George E. Grisham, of Tennessee.-[By Referred, 334.
Mr. Stokes.]

H. R. No. 287–
Reported and passed, 308.

Granting a pension to Mrs. Sarah Gillette, widow of James In Senate: Received from House, 293 ; referred, 305; referred

Gillette.--[By Mr. Hoag. ]
Referred, 334.

anew, 846.

anew, 346.

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