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S. No. 190—Continued. passed House with amendments, 2858; concurred in, 2860; enrolled, 2901; approved, 2925. In House : Received from Senate, 1667; referred, 1769; reported and recommitted, 2461; reported and passed with amendment,
- 2835; agreed to by Senate, 2876; enrolled, 2886. S. No. 191— -* For the establishment of a post route from Lawrence, Kansas, to Galveston, Texas.—[By Mr. Ross.] - -: Referred, 164. on . . . . . . S. No. 192— * →
To incorporate the Potomac Navigation and Transportation Company of the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Thayer.] Referred, 164; reported, 3671. S. No. 193— W | City I C * o incorporate the Washington City Insurance Company.—[B Mr. Thayer.]... . - w * [By Referred, 164. ". . . . , . . ." S. No, 194– - o Supplementary to an act to incorporate the National Safe Deposit Company of Washington in the District of Columbia, approved ... . . January 22, 1867.-[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.] Referred, ići. S. No. 195—- on a - -- - - - - ; : For the relief of George W. Gibson.—[By Mr. Hendricks.] Referred, 164; reported, 786. . . . . . S. No. 196– --. ‘. . . . . . ; To continue to certain officers, and agents of the Freedmen's Bureau the powers conferred on them by the acts creating said bureau.-[By Mr. Wilson.] * * ... A 2. o Reported, 196. ‘. . . . . . . . . . . . ; S.No. 197—- * - ... ." o' of 1 to or a to To fix and limit the compensation of diplomatic and consular officers, and in part to define their duties.—[By Mr. Wilson.] Read, 196.
Referred, 196. -- - - o • * S.No. 200–1, . . - - ”To incorporate the Washington Society of the New Jerusalem.
[By Mr. Patterson, of Hampshire.] Referred, 196.
amendments, 4812; disagreed to by Senate; conference,
To amend an act entitled “An act to amend the judiciary act -- passed on the 24th of September, 1789.”—[By Mr. Williams.] Reported,318; called up, 1807; passed, 1807, 1808; passed House with amendment, 1843; concurred in, 1847; enrolled, 1864; vetoed, 2088; discussed, 2094, 2115; passed over veto, 2128; passed House over veto, 2149; instructions to present to Sec. retary of State, 2149. In House: Received from Senate, 1828; passed with amendment, 1859; discussion, 1881, 2059; agreed to by Senate, 1865; enrolled, 1866; vetoed, 2103, 2105; veto discussed, 2165; passed over veto, 2170. S. No. 214– * To authorize the Secretary of War to settle the claims of the State of Kansas for services of the militia called out to repel the invasion of General Price.—[By Mr. Pomeroy.] Referred, 318; committee discharged, 470; report withdrawn, 470; reported, 3313; passed and title amended, 3878. In House: Received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491, 4492. S. No. 215–
To vacate and sell the Umatilla reservation in the State of
S. No. 221– - - - -
Alfred W. Eastman, deceased.—[ByMr. Morrill, of Vermont.] Referred, 343.
S. No. 228– - *
bia.-[By Mr. Sumner. Referred, 344. S. No. 229– For the relief of Horace Smith and D. B. Wesson, or their assigns.— [By Mr. Ferry.] Referred, 372; reported, 404; passed, 519; passed House, 1316; enrolled, 1882; approved, 1439. In House: Referred, 991; reported, 1316; passed, 1817; enrolled, 1393. S. No. 230– Authorizing writs of error from the circuit to the district courts of the United States in certain criminal cases.—[By Mr. Howard.] Referred, 384; reported, 2435. S. No. 231— For relief of John Templeton.—[By Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee.] Referred, 404; committee discharged, referred anew, 470; reported adversely, 3856.
Granting a pension to Henrietta Nobles.—[By Mr. Patterson, of
Oregon.—[By Mr. Williams.] -
To amend an act entitled “An act granting land to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Central Pacific railroad, in California, to Portland, in Oregon.—[By Mr. Williams.] Referred, 318; reported, 1095; discussed, 1095, 2594; passed, 2995; ouse with amendments, 3389; concurred in, .8889; enrolled, 3389 ; approved, 3714. In House: Received from Senate, 2614; passed with amendment, 3376, 3377; concurred in by Senate, 3418; enrolled, * 8411; approved, 3761. S. No. 217– - ** In relation to the coinage of gold and silver.-[By Mr. Sherman.] Referred, 318; reported, 2959. S. No. 218- . . . . . . . . . . . - - To create a southern judicial district in California.--LBy Mr. Conness.] - - Referred,318; reported and recommitted, 1163. S. No. 219– - *** * * To provide for the construction of a wagon road from the Horse Plains to Cabinett Landing, on the Pen D'Oreille river, in , , , , Montana Territory.-[By Mr. Williams.] Referred, 343. a r S., No. 220–
In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported and passed, 3897.
S. No. 233–
trict courts to the circuit courts of the United States.—[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.] Referred, 404, S. No. 235— - To incorporate the congregation of the North Presbyterian church of Washington.—[By Mr. Morgan.] Referred, 404. S. No. 236— - In addition to the act entitled “An act to incorporate the Wash; ington, Georgetown, and Alexandria Steam Packet Company: [By Mr. Willey, J Referred, 404; reported, 3671 ; passed, 3718, In House: Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490. S. No. 237— or In relation to the promulgation of the laws of the United States.T - * * [By Mr. Ant ..] **, * * - Referred, 404; reported, 816; discussed, 1125; passed, 1120; passed House, id57; enrolled, 1698; approved, 1744. In House Received from Senate, 1141; passed, 1661; enrolled, 1681. S. No. 238— -
* - To abolish the district court for the eastern district of Texas and
Granting a pension to Carrie E. Burdett.—[By Mr. Wilson.]
to extend the jurisdiction of the district court for the western *. district over the whole State.—[By Mr. Summer.] e Referred,843; reported, and indefinitely postponed, 816.
Referred, 434; reported, 1834; passed, 3828; passed House, 3902; eurolled, 3958; approved, 3984.
H. House. Received from Senate, 3.345; referred, 3846; reported
. . . . . . and passed, 3897; enrolled, 3948.
S.No. 230– o Amendan act entitled “An act to change the organization of the Post 0fice Department, and to provide more effectually otheoleonof the accounts thereof,” approved July 2, 1836,-(By Mr. Harlan.] Referred, 434. S. No. 240– To amend section thirteen of an act entitled “An act to increase and fix the military peace establishment of the United States."-IBy Mr. Thayer.] Referred, 434; reported, 3566. § No. 241– - Authorizing the Commissioner of Patents to pay certain employés of the Patent Office for services rendered.—[By Mr. Willey.j Referred, 458; reported,721. § No. 242– Declaring the number of men authorized to be enlisted into the Navy and Marine corps of the United States.—[By Mr. Grimes.j Referred, 472. ------§ No.243– * . . . AlRegulating the service of final process in suits at law, and of orders and decrees in equity, of courts of the United States in places out of their jurisdictional limits.-[By Mr. Howard.] Referred, 472; reported adversely, 1257. S.No. 244– --- --Relativeto Lountalanigantin New Mexico.—[By Mr. Pomeroy.] Referred, 472. S.No. 245–
* the terms of the circuit and district courts of the United States for the district of Oregon, and the salary of the judge o Corbett.] Referred, 47%. S.No. 246–
S. No. 257–
To o: Provisions of an act to eaable the State of Arkan
ojo reclaim the swamp lands within their
Referred, Agi. te of Nebraska—[By #. Thayer.] No. 250–
For the relief of Philip R. Tendall.-[By Mr. Morgan.]
S.No. 271— . . - ... ... .
Referred, 375; reported and indefinitely postponed, ał28.
To grant lands and aid to the Port Royal Railroad Company in the States of South Caroliua and Georgia.-[By Mr. Pomeroy. ] Referred, 788; reported, amended, printed, aud recommitted, 1515; reported, 1644. S. No. 20.4—
To regulate procedure in cases of impeachment, and to enforce the orders and judgments of the Senate in such cases.-[By Mr. Edmunds.] ** Referred, 788. S. No. 295– : * : For the relief of Eliza Mascher, widow of John F. Mascher.[By Mr. Cattell.] Referred, 789; reported, 2259; passed, 3275; passed House, 4402; enrolled, 4451; approved, 4506.
... In House: Received from Senate, 8310; passed, 4482; enrolled, * * * * 4479. --
S. No. 296– - ** - " -
certain civil offices.”—[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] Reported, 187. o S. No. 297– --
To amend an act entitled “An act to authorize the construction of certain bridges, and to establish them as post roads.”—tby Mr. Ramsey.] - * * o Referred, 816; reported, 1095. - * :S. No. 298– • * * Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Browns: - vilio, in the State of Nebraska, to intersect the Unión Pacific railroad at or near the one hundredth meridian west longi" tude.—[By Mr. Tipton.] ** Referred, 816. - - s. No. 269– o – -
... For the creation of a
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* . . Williams.] - . Referred, 816; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 1669. - - - - o * S. No. —" or ... f. fo - - ----
To enable admiralty courts to decree salvage to incorporation: form a for wrecking or salvage purposes.-[By Mr. Morgan.] Referred, 816; indefinitely postponed, 8589. S. No. 301– - Kuorizing the purchase of certain public lands in Alabama[By Mr. Pomeroy.] --Referred, 816; reported, 1070; passed, 4111. In House: Received from Senate, 4.175. - - S. No. 302– - - - for the relief of the heirs of the late Major General I. B. Richardson, deceased.—[By Mr. Howe.] Reported, 845; discussed, 1096, 1118; passed, 1120; enrolled, 1515; approved, 1616. - o' In House: iteceived from Senate, 1184; referred, 1184; reported * and passed, 1503; enrolled, 1585; " ' ". ... ." S. No. 303– - - - - For the relief of R. P. Parrott.—[By Mr. *] Reported, 845; called up, 3242; passed, 8248. ... in 'House's Received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3897, S. No. 304– - 1 - -- * ..." ..". To provide for holding terms of the United State district,”. **o the western district of Missouri at St. Joseph, in said State.—[By Mr. Drake.] -- - ---... Referred, 845; reported adversely, 2556. a to **** th -- ilroad and telegraph line nting aid in the construction of a rai and telegrap ta #. the Unión Pacific railroad to Idaho. Portland, (Oregon,) : ... Montana, and Puget sound,-[By Mr. Harlan.]
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5. No. 808–00ntinued. A * .2
To incorporate the Georgetown and Washington Canal and Sewer-
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to reconsider, 1772. 7 ; referred, - #motion
ico-sby Mr. Pomeroy.] I . - Referred, 921; printed, 1230. § No. 813–
To amend an act entitled “An act to provide a national currency - secured by a pledge of United States, bonds, and to provide , , , , for the circulation and redemption thereof,” approved June 8, 1864.—[By Mr. Henderson.]..." --, Reported, 999. “ -- a
to an act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy
... . . . throughout the United States.--|By Mr. F