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S. No. 338

S. No. 352-Continued. For the relief of William Blake, a soldier of the war of 1812.

conference report, 4095; concurred in by Senate, 4095; new [By Mr. Van Winkle. ]

conference, 4147; conference report, 4169; concurred in by Reported, 1070 ; passed, 1841.

Senate, 4159; by House, 4275; enrolled, 4282; approved, In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

4403. adversely, 3108.

In House: Received from Senate, 1183; referred, 1769; sub. S. No. 339

stitute reported and passed with amendment, 8765; agreed to Granting a pension to Sarah Webb, widow of William R. Webb,

by Senate with amendment, 4001; disagreed to by House, and her minor child.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]

4062; conference, 4062, 4082; conference report, 4133; Reported, 1070; passed, 1811 ; passed House, 2925; enrolled,

agreed to by Senate, 4183; discussed, 4133; disagreed to by "2927; approved, 3053. !

House, 4135; new conference, 4135, 4182; conference report, In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869 ; reported

4259; agreed to by Senate, 4217; discussed, 4259, 4201, 4263, and passed, 2910.

4295; report agreed to by House, 4295; by Senate, 4302 S. No. 340

enrolled, 4306. For the relief of Thomas Chittenden.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.} S. No. 353Reported, 1070; passed 1841.

To authorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to adjust the In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported,

accounts of Ezra Carter, jr., late collector of customs at Port2310.

land, Maine.-[By Mr. Norrill, of Maine.] S. NO. 341

Reported, 1142; passed, 3051.
Granting a pension to John W. Salyers, a soldier of the war of In House : Received from Senate, 3067; referred, 3476.
1812.- [ By Mr. Van Winkle.]

S. No. 354
Reported, 1070; passed, 1841.
In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869.

To provide for payment for certain losses and damages sustained

by the Indians upon the Siletz reservation, Oregon,--[By S. No. 342

Mr. Corbett. ) Granting a pension to Thomas Stewart.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] Referred, 1143. Reported, 1070; passed, 1841; passed House, 3902 ; enrolled,

S. No. 3553958 ; approved, 3984. In House : Received from Senate. 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported

Authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river and passed, 3894; enrolled, 3948.

upon the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.S. No. 343–

[By Mr. Pomeroy ) For the relief of W. G. Cummings.--[By Mr. Van Winkle. ]

Referred, 1143; reported, 3146 ; discussed, 3719; passed, 3720 ; Reported, 1070; passed, 1841.

passed House with amendment, 3966 ; called up, 8983; conIn House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869.

curred in, 4075; enrolled, 4096; approved, 4235.

In House: Received from Senate, 3761; motion to take up, S. No. 344

3928 ; passed with amendments, 3967 ; agreed to by Senate, Granting a pension to Caroline and Margaret Swartwout-[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

4088; enrolled, 4131.

S. No. 356 Reported, 1070; passed, 1841 ; passed House, 3119 ; enrolled, 3130 ; approved, 3818.

For the relief of Messrs. Gellatt and Moore.--[By Mr. Stewart.) In Horise : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ; reported | S. No. 357

Referred, 1143 ; reported adversely, 2114; recommitted, 3867. and passed, 3104 ; enrolled, 3144. S. No. 3456

To provide a temporary government for the Territory of To provide for the sale of the Mendocino Indian reservation.-[By

Wyoming.--[By Mr. Yates. ]
Mi. Cole. ]

Referred, 1143 ; reported, 1621 ; discussed, 2792 ; passed, 2802 ;
Referred, 1070.

passed House, 4322; enrolled, 4352.

In House: Received from Senate, 2828 ; printed, 3255; disS. No. 546

cussed, 4344 ; passed, 4845; enrolled, 4380. To set apart a territory for the Indians now inhabiting the State of Nevada and the Territories of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico,

S. No. 358 and Arizona.-[By Mr. Henderson.]

Providing for the restoration of Lieutenant Commander Trevott Referred, 1071.

Abbott to the active list of the Navy.-[By Mr. Anthony.) S. No. 347–

Reported and passed, 1163; passed House, 2329; enrolled,

188; approved, 2344. To confirm the title of Ethan Ray Clarke and Samuel Ward Clarke

In House : Received from Senate, 1180 ; referred, 1772; reported
to certain lands in the State of Florida, claimed under a grant
from the Spanish Government.--[By Mr. Williams.]

and passed, 2321 ; enrolled, 2475.
Reported, 1095; passed, 1645; passed House, 3688; enrolled, S. No. 359-
3715 ; approved, 3771.

Granting a pension to Louisa Fitch, widow of E. P. Fitch,
In House: Received from Senate, 1667; referred, 1769; reported

deceased.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.] and discussed, 3690; passed, 3692 ;. enrolled, 3707.

Reported, 1102; passed, 1842; passed House, 3902; enrolled, S. No. 348

3958; approved, 3984. Declaring the State of Alabama restored to the right of represent.

In House: Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported ation in Congress.-[By Mr. Sherman. ]

and passed, 3892; enrolled, 3948. Referred, 1117; indefinitely postponed, 3213.

S. No. 360— S. No. 349

To prevent and punish the unlawful use of public money and propGranting lands to the State of California to aid in the construction

erty.-[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.)
of a railroad and telegraph line from the town of Vallejo to Referred, 1163; indefinitely pastponed, 2084.
Humboldt bay, in the State of California. -[By Mr. Conness.)

S. No. 361–
Referred, 1117; reported, 2259 ; recommitted, 3688 ; reported,
3857 ; called up, 3916 ; passed and title amended, 4039.

For the relief of D. H. MacDonald, late acting United States
In House ; Received from Senate,'4080; referred, 4492.

consul at Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope.--| By Mr. Chand

ler.) S. No. 350

Reported, 1204; passed, 3241. ' To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the prompt 'settlement of public accounts,' approved March 3, 1867.

In House: Received from Senate, 3271 ; referred, 3476 ; como By Mr. Conness. ]

mittee discharged, 4477. Reported, 1117; passed, 1404; passed House, 2078; enrolled,

S. No. 3622078; approved, 2234.

To amend the usury laws of the District of Columbia. [By Mr. In House : Received from Senate, 1421; discussed, 1772; re

Harlan:] ferred, 1774; reported and passed, 2078; enrolled, 2082.

Referred, 1204 ; reported, 1311. S. No. 351

S. No. 363— For the relief of Captain George Henry Preble, a commander in Defining the jurisdiction of the courts of the United States in the Navy of the United States.-[By Mr. Grimes.]

certain cases.--[By Mr. Trumbull. ) Reported, 1142; passed, 1644.

Referred, 1204; reported, 1428; 'amendment printed, 1621. In House : Received from Senate, 1661; referred, 1791.

S. No. 364S. No: 352

For the protection of the settlers within the Fort Ridgely military To authorize the temporary supplying of vacancies in the Execu

reservation, Minnesota.-[By Mr. Ramsey.] tive Departments.-[By Mr. Trumbull.]

Referred, 1204. Reported, 1142; discussed, 1163; passed, 1165; passed House | S. No. 365with amnendment 3770, referred, 8771; reported, 8983; con To prevent abuses of the franking privilege.--[By Mr. Ramsey. 1 curred in with amendment, 4025; conference, 4030, 4070 ; Referred, 1204; reported, 1669.

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In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported

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Referred, 1311 ; reported adversely, 1807; ręcommitted, 2084 ;
Granting & pension to Edward Hamel, minor child of Edward
Reported, 1311; passed, 1842; passed House, 3902; enrolled, 1/.8. No. 897

S No. 366

S. No. 382Regulating the presentation of bills to the President and the return Granting an increase of pension to Obadiah T. Plam.-[By Mr. of the same.-[By Mr. Edmunds.]

Van Winkle.) Reported, 1204; discussed, 1371, 1404, 1406, 1884, 1840, 2076 ; Reported, 1811 ; passed, 1842; passed House with amendment, passed, 2078.

3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, 4097; conIn House: Received from Senate, 2083; called up, 2543, 4341;

curred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147 ; enrolled, 4159; referred, 4342.

approved, 4235. No. 367–

In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported For the relief of Albert Grant.—[By Mr. Cole.]

and passed with amendment, 3892; conference report agreed Reported 1204; passed, 1621; passed House, 3551; approved, to by House, 4031; by Senate, 4182 ; eorolled, 4186. 8770.

S. No. 383— In House: Received from Senate, 1633; reported and passed, Granting a pension to John A. Weed and Elizabeth J. Weed, 3553; enrolled, 3563.

.(1911.

minor children of Robert T. Weed, deceased.-[By Mr. Van 8. No. 368—

Winkle.] To amend the postal laws and increase the efficiency of the postal Reported, 1311; passed, 1842; passed House with amendment, service.-{By Mr. Ramsey.]

3902; conference, 3954, 8984; conference report, 4097; conReferred, 1230.

curred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159 : S. No. 369-4

approved, 4235. To provide for mail service between Abercrombie, Dakota Ter:

In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ;' referred, 1869; reported ritory, and Helena, in Montana Territory.--[By Mr. Ramsey.]

Land passed with amendment, 3895 ; conference report agreed Referred, 1230; reported, 2114.

to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186. S. No. 370

S. No. 384

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To remove political disabilities from William W. Holden, of North To provide for the registration of electors in the Territories of the
Carolina.—[By Mr. Morton. ]

United States.--(By Mr. Williams. ]
Referred, 1267.

Referred, 1311.
S. No. 371–

S. No. 385-
Relative to the military reservation at Fort Dalles, in Oregon.-[By In part execution of section four of article four of the Constitg-
Mr. Williams.]

tion.[By Mr. Williams.)
Referred, 1257; reported, 3146.

Referred, 1371.
S. No. 372–

S. No. 3864
Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from To renew the charter of the city of Washington.-(By Mr.
Brownsville, Nebraska, and for aiding other railroads in the

Sumner.]
State of Nebraska to intersect the Union Pacific railroad.

Referred, 1371.
[By Mr. Tipton.]

S. No. 387–
Referred, 1257 ; reported, 2856.").
S. No. 378—

Concerning the liability of shipowners, maritime liens, salvage, and

the jurisdiction in admiralty.--[By Mr. Sumner.]
To amend an act entitled "An act to provide for recording the Referred, 1371.

conveyances of vessels," approved July 29, 1850.-[By Mr. S. No. 388—
Referred, 1257; reported, 1807 ; passed, 1940.

To remove political disabilities from Perry G. Wall, of Florida.

[By Mr. Perry.]
In House : Received from Senate, 1960; referred, 2029.

Referred, 1371.
To amend an act entitled "An act for a grant of lands to the State

S. No. 3894
of lowa in alternate sections to aid in the construction of a rail-

Exempting property in the District of Columbia held and used for road in said State," approved May 12,1864.--[By Mr. Grimes.]

school purposes from local taxation-[By Mr. Harlan.) Referred, 1287.

Referred, 1404; reported, 1461; passed, 1621; passed House

with amendment, 2040 ; referred, 2040 ; reported, 2085; conTo provide for retiring Army officers for wounds received in the

curred in with amendment, 2274. volunteer service in the late war. (By Mr. Wilson.],;?

In House : Received from Senate, 1634; passed with amena

ment, 2028 ; agreed to by Senate with amendment, 2289;

referred, 2543. To facilitate the settlement of paymasters' accounts.-[By Mr.

S. No. 390%

To create a superintendency of Indian affairs for Montana and Referred, 1288 ; reported, 1567; discussed, 1696, 1702; passed,

Idaho Territories.—[By Mr. Henderson.]
1702 ; passed House, 1843; enrolled, 1843; approved, 1887,

Referred, 1404.
In House : Received from Senate, 1711; passed, 1847 ; enrolled,

S. No. 391-
To provide for the incorporation of religious societies in the Dis.

trict of Columbia. - [By Mr. Willey. ]
To change the times of holding the district and circuit courts of

Referred, 1404. the United States in the several districts in the State of Ten

S. No. 392– nessee.-{By Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee.]

Granting a pension to Ezra Rodgers, a soldier of the war of 1812. Referred, 1311; reported, 1807, passed, 1911; passed House

[By Mr. Morton.) f with amendments, 3254; concurred in, 3255; enrolled, 3279;

Referred 1404; committce discharged, 1742.

S. No. 393—
In House : Received from Senate, 1927 ;' referred, 2029; reported

To authorize the construction of a bridge over the Mississippi river
and passed with amendments, 3266.; agreed to by Senate,
3234; enrolled, 3308; approved, 3761.

-atini! in Madison county, State of Illinois.--[By Mr. Trumbull.]

Referred, 1404
Organizing a commission for the examination and decision of

S. No. 394-
claims in the War Department. [By Mr. Howe.]

To provide for the removal of the Center market, in the city of

Washington, and for the erection of a market building in a

more suitable locality. [By Mr. Corbett.)

Reported as substitute for bill (S. No. 27,) 1461; passed, 3506. For the relief of Thomas Wolfe, of Macoupin county, Mlinois.

In House: Received from Senate, 3535; discussed, 4433; referred,

4434.
Referred, 1311; committee discharged, referred anew, 1466 ;

S. No. 395
reported adversely
and indefinitely postponed, 3504.

For the relief of the heirs of persons in the military or naval ser

vice of the United States who may have initiated claims to To amend an act to modify certain laws imposing duties on

the public lands under the provisions of the homestead laws rá 6. of the United States. [By Mr. Ramsey.] 1) n!

Referred, 1461. il
S. No. 396—
For the relief of the citizens of Boisé City, Territory of Idaho.
[By Mr. Corbett.)

1 Referred, 1461.

S. No. 374

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S. No. 375

Referred, 1287. 8. No. 376

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1859. $. No. 377

approved, 3714..

8. No. 378—

indefinitely postponed, 3539.

S. No. 379

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S. No. 380–

imports.-[By Mr. Colel] Referred, 13ì1.

8. No. 3814

Hamel, deceased. -- [ By Mr. Van Winkle.] **
3958; approved, 8984.
and passed, 3893 ; enrolled, 3948.

To dissolve the Indian peace commission erected by act of Con

gress of July 20, 1867.--[By Mr. Thayer.] Referred, 1461.

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S. No. 398

S. No. 417-
To establish the right of way for a ship-canal on Lake Superior,
Michigan. - [By Mr. Chandler.]

To amend an act proposing to the State of Texas the establishment Referred, 1487; reported, 3074 ; passed, 3606.

of her northern and western boundaries, &c., and to establish

a territorial government for New Mexico. [By Mr. Yates. ] In House : Received from Senate, 3535; discussed, 4435, 4467; Reported, 1669;, discussed, 3733 ; passed, 3731; passed House, referred, 4468

4454;' enrolled, 4501 ; approved, 4517. S. No. 399,

In House: Received from Senate, 3762 ; passed, 4490; enrolled, To incorporate the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty

4496. to Animals, [By Mr. Wilson.] : 1

S. No. 418Referred, 1487

To rebuild the levees on the east bank of the Mississippi river, and S. No. 400 .

to reclaim the lands of the Yazoo basin from overflow.--[By Granting a pension to Maria Raftery, widow of Patrick Raftery,

Mr. Fowler.

Referred, 1670.
corporal company H, thirty-third Massachusetts infantry vol.
unteers. - [By Dr. Wilson.)

i S. No. 419 Referred, 1487; committee discharged, 2007.

Granting a pension to Mary Atkinson.[By Mr. Yan Winkle.) S. No. 401

Reported, 1694; passed, 1842; passed House, 2025; enrolled, To amend an act entitled "An act to establish a uniform system

2927; approved, 3053. of bankruptcy throughout the United States.'-[By Mr.

In House: Received from Şenate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported Stewart.]

and passed, 2007;, enrolled, 2942.

ci Referred, 1487; reported adversely, 3213.

S. No. 420S. No. 402

Granting a pension to James A. Guthrie.-[By Mr. Van Winkle)

T
For the removal of causes in certain cases from the State courts

hid Reported, 1694: passed, 1842; passed House, 3119; enrolled, to the United States courts.--[By Mr. Trumbull.]

3130; approved, 3318. Referred, 1487; reported, 3423; discussed, 3463, 3567.

In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred) 1869; reported

and passed, 3102; enrolled, 3144. S. No. 403 In relation to testimony in the Court of Claims.(By Mr. Drake.]

S. No: 421 Referred, 1487; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1887.

Granting a pension to Caroline E. Thomas.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]

Reported, 1694 ; passed, 1842; passed House, 8119; enrolled, S.No. 404

3130 ; approved, 3318. To abolish the office of Adjutant General of the Army. ---[By Mr. In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1809; reported Thayer.]

and passed, 8104; enrolled, 3144. Referred, 1515.

S. No. 422 S. No. 405

Granting a pension to Maria Schweitzer and the children of ConGranting lands to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the construction

rad Schweitzer, deceased. - [By Mr. Van Winkle.] of the Green Bay and Lake Pepin railway. [By Mr. Howe.] Reported, 1694 ; passed, 1843; passed House with amendment, Referred, 1515.

3902; conference, 3954, 3984, conference report, 4097; conS. No. 406

curred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159 ; Providing for the holding of courts in the Territories belonging to

approved, 4235. the United States.--[By Mr. Cragin.): 1,

In House: Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported

1 Referred, 1515; reported adversely, 2435.

and passed with amendment, 3895; conference report agreed

to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186. 8. No. 407 To amend an act supplementary to an act entitled "An act to

S.No. 423-, grant pensions," approved July 14, 1862.[By Mr. Ramsey.j | Granting a pension to James Jackson.--[By Mr. Van Winkle.] Referred, 1515.

Reported, 1694 ; passed, 1844.

In House : Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869. S. No. 408%

8.' No. 424 For the benefit of the heirs of Asbury Dickins, deceased. [By Mr. Davis.]

Granting a pension to Bartlett aud Carrie Edwards, children of Reported, 1568; discussed, 1863; passed, 1864.

David W. Edwards, deceased.-[By Mr. Van Winkle.) In House : Received from Senate, 1869, referred, 2029.

Reported, 1694 ; discussed, 1844; passed, 1847; passed House,

3119; enrolled, 3130; approved, 3818. S. No. 409

In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported Relating to the Alexandria canal.-[By Mr. Nye.]

i and passed, 8102; enrotted, 3144. Referred, 1568.

S. No. 4254408: S. Noi 410

Granting a pension to George Bennett.-By Mr. Van Winkle.) Making appropriations for the repair, preservation, and construc Reported, 1694; passed, 1847 ; passed House with amendments, tion of certain public works in the Territory of Idaho.-[By

3119, 8150; concurred in, 3274; enrolled, 3279; approved, Mr. Cole. ]

3714.: Referred, 1621; referred anew, 3146.

:i?. In House : Received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869; reported S. No. 411–

and passed with amendment, 3104 ; agreed to by Senate, 3294 ; For the relief.of Jobin Robb.--[By Mr. Johnson.)

enrolled, 3308, approved, 3761. Referred, 1621.

S. No. 426_ S. No. 4124 il

For the relief of Thomas Crossley.-{By Mr. Ferry) 5: To promote uniformity of coinage between the money's of the United Referred, 1717; reported and passed, 1834 ; passed House, States and other countries.—[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]

3316; enrolled, 3348; approved, 3714. Referred, 1621; committee discharged, 2959.

In House : Received from Senaté, 1859; referred, 1869, 2029;

reported, 3297; passed, 3327; enrolled, 3366; approved, S. No. 413

3761. i Granting'a petision to Mrs. Sallie Griffin.[By Mr. Wilson.] Referred, 1621; reported adversely, 2922; indefinitely post. | S. No.4277

274:1 For the relief of the widow and children of John W. Jameson, Ils,

deceased.- [By Mr. Van Winkle.] S. No. 414– For the relief of R. W. Edmondson.—[By Mr. Patterson, of Ten

Reported and printed, 1742; passed, 1847 ; passed House, 3902 ; 1

In House : - Received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ; Referred, 1644.

reported and passed, 3897 eurolled, 3948.
S.No. 415
mi.

S. No. 428—
To create an additional land district in the Territory of Dakota, to

For the relief of the sureties of Israel T. Canby, late receiver of be called the Pembina district. - [By Mr. Ramsey.]'I

public moneys at Crawfordsville, Indiana.---(By Mr. HendReferred, 1644; reported adversely, 3566.

ricks. ] 8. No. 416 17:1

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Referred, 1742; reported, 3274; passed, 3314.
For the relief of John S. Cunningham, paymaster United States i In House : Received from Senate, 3336; discussed, 4482 ;
Navy.--[By Mr. Anthony.]

referred, 4433.
Reported, 1669; passed, 1670; passed House, 2329; enrolled, l.8. No. 429
.2488'; approved, 2544.

To remove political disabilities from George W. Jones, of Ten In House: Received from Senate, 1693; referred, 1791; reported, 1 nessee.-{By Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee..] 2321; discussed, 2321 ; passed, 2323; enrolled, 2475.1

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8. No. 437–

road to the Colorado river.-[By Mr. Stewart.] To regulate the salaries of registers and receivers of land offices

act granting the rigbt of way to ditch and canal owners over For the benefit of the Notre Dame and St. Mary's Academy, of

XIH 8. No. 430—

Vihre S. No. 447– ent

To provide for the conversion and funding of the interest, bearing .? To provide for a temporary government for the Territory of ish

debt, and to amend the banking laws of the United States. - Alaska.--[By Mr. Williams. ] !W . -.Jin!! .] [By Mr. Wilson.] *'si to's

Referred, 1911.: 1,4","

1754 Read, 1742

S. No. 448— se, S. No. 431–

To refund daties erroneously exacted in certain cases. +[By Mr.
To authorize the construction of & railroad and telegraph line

Morgan.)
from New Orleans to Mobile, and to secure to the Government Reported, 1940; called up, 3146 ; passed, 8147.

Slazi the use of the same as a military and post road. - [By Mr. In House : Received from Senate, 3171; referred, 8476, od Conkling.)

S. No. 449.- bir
By
Referred 1742; committee discharged, referred' anew, 1976;

To revive and continue in force the act of the 29th of July, 1850, reported adversely, 2556.

and the act amendatory thereof of the 2d of April, 1852. -S. No. 432

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[By Mr. Johnson.) To incorporate the Lloyd Patent Car-Heating and Ventilating Referred, 1940; reported, 3566 ; discussed, 3767 ; passed, 3770, 1 Company:-(By Mr. Nye.]

In House: Received from Senate, 3858; referred, 4490, de Referred, 1776. 4.111.no

S. No. 450S. No. 433–

Relative to filing reports of railroad companies. By Mr. Howard.] Authorizing the trustees of Union Chapel of the Methodist Epis Reported, 2009, passed, 2275; passed House with amendment,

copal Church, in the city of Washington, to mortgage their 3324; concurred in, 3325;, enrolled, 3348; approved, 3714. property for church purposes.-[By Mr. Willey.)

In House: Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544; reported Reported, 1807; passed, 2792; passed House, 4400; enrolled,

and passed with amendment, 3328; enrolled, 3365; approved, ] 4403 ; approved, 4450.

3761. In House : Received from Senate, 2812 ; passed, 4321 ; etirolled, s, No. 451,7 4422.

Allowing drawbacks on articles used in the construction of vessels.ed 8. No. 434

[By Mr. Fessenden.]
For the relief of Elizabeth Barker, widow of Alexander Barker, Read, 2009.
deceased. – [By Mr. Van Winkle.]

S. No. 452-
Reported, 1831; passed, 3323; passed House, 3902; enrolled, For the relief of Parker Quince.-[By Mr. Howe.)
3958; approved, 3984.

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Reported and printed, 2009; passed, 2278; passed House, 3561; In House: Received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; reported

approved 3770, and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.

In House: Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544; reported $. No. 435—

and passed, 3553; enrolled, 3563.
For the relief of the Roosevelt Hospital. [By Mr, Morgan.] S. No. 453–
Reported, 1834.

Supplementary to an act, entitled 'An act to establish the office of

register of deeds for the District of Columbia,'' approved For the relief of James Hooper.--[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.)

February 14, 1863.-[By Mr. Morton.) 11...!
Reported, 1863 ; called up, 2277; passed, 2278; enrolled, 3770;

Referred, 2009; reported, 2260.
approved, 3984.

S. No. 454 In House : Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544; reported, d

For the relief of Samuel N. Miller. - [By Mr. Willey.) 3563; passed, 3763 ; enrolled, 3804.

Reported and printed, 2030; passed, 2624; passed House, 4031 ;

approved, 4235. For the relief of Isaae Rutishouser, of Chicago, Illinois.—[By

In House: Received from Senate, 2637; referred, 3294; reported

11.1 and passed, 4051; enrolled, 4062. Referred, 1864 ; reported adversely, 2176.****!!!

S. No. 455 For the relief of John B. Earle.—[By Mr. Willey.]

To reorganize the Post Office Department and fix the pay of its

officers. - [By Mr. Ramsey.) i Referred, 1864.

Referred, 2030. 1

S. No. 456'
For the relief of Asbury Stalnaker.-[By Mr. Willey.]

For the relief of Sylvester Nagent.-(By Mr. Van Winkle.)
Reported and printed, 2007; passed, 3323 ; passed House, 8902;

enrolled, 3958, approved, 3984. Supplementary to an act entitled "An act to provide a national

1. In House: Received from Senate, 3345.; referred, 3346; reported Currency secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to

and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.
provide for the circulation and redemption thereof,'!
June 3, 1864.-[By Mr. Cattell.]

approved | S. No. 457–7
Reported, 1887; discussed, 2146, 2760, 3077, 3150, 3163, 3183,

Granting a pension to Elizabeth J. Miller, widow of General Joha 8214, 8216, 8219; passed, 3223.

Miller. -[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
In House : Received from Senate, 3266 ; referred, 4431,

Reported and printed, 2067; passed, 3323.

olIn House: Received from Senate, 8345 ; referred, 3346. For the survey of the Mississippi river.-[By, Mr. Fowler.)

S. No. 458—
To abolish the office of superintendent of exports and drawback. –

[By Mr. Morgan.] To amend section one of an act to prevent and punish frauds upon

Referred, 2068; reported, 2075.

S. No. 459 the revenue, approved March 3, 1863. -[ By Mr. Chandler.] Referred, 1911; reported, 2114; passed, 3243 ; passed House,

To reorganize the Department of State and to reduce the expenses 4451; enrolled, 4459; approved, 4506.

thereof.—[By Mr. Wilson.] In House : Received from Senate, 3271 ; referred, 8476 ; reported

Referred, 2088.
S. No. 460-

To reorganize the circuit courts of the United States. [By Mr. For the relief of Hiram C. Lillie. - By Mr. Stewart.]

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Referred, 2068.

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S. No. 461— Granting lands to the State of Nevada to aid in the construction

!. To regulate the sale of bay in the District of Columbia. -[By Mr. of a railroad and telegraph line from the Central Pacific rail

Cameron. 1

Referred, 2068; indefinitely postponed, 3213.
S. No. 462--!
Making appropriations for the expenses of the trial of the

impeachment of Andrew Johnson, and other contingent appointed under the act approved July 26, 1866, entitled " An

expenses of the Senate for the year ending June 30, 1868.

[By Mr. Cragin.) 0Referred, 2068; reported and referred anew, 2075; reported,

2259;, discussed, 2298; passed, 2303 ; passed House with

amendment, 2329; concurred in, 2329; enrolled, 2488; apY proved, 2544.

In House : Received from Senate, 2305; referred, 2305 ; reported, !, 2308; discussed, 2308 ; pasged with amendments, 2310 ; agreed

to by Senate, 2380enrolled, 2475.

Mr. Yates.)

S. No. 438—

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S. No. 463–

S. No. 4794 To provide for a temporary and provisional government for To authorize the establishment of ocean mail service by American Alabama.-[By Mr. Stewart.]

steamships between the United States and the north and south Referred, 2085; indefinitely postponed, 3213.

of Europe, and between the United States and the MediterraS. No. 464

nean ports of Asia and Africa. [By Mr. Ramsey.) In relation to the qualification of jurors.--[By Mr. Trumbul.]

Referred, 2436. Read, 2114; discussed, 2275; passed, 2277.

S. No. 480 In House: Received from Senate, 2289, referred, 2544.

To provide for the change of name or location of national banking S. No. 465

associations.--[By Mr. Ramsey.] For the erection of school-houses and the maintenance of schools in the District of Colựmbia outside of the cities of Washington | S. No. 481–

Referred, 2436; indefinitely postponed, 4093. and Georgetown.--[By Mr. Harlan. ] Reported and referred anew, 2114, 8176.

To confirm the title to certain lands in the State of Nebraska. – S. No. 466-

[By Mr. Thayer] Fixing the salary of the district attorney of the State of Nevada.

Referred, 2488; substitute reported, 2759, motion to take up, (By Mr, Stewart.]

2759; passed, 2760; passed House with amendment, 4322; Referred, 2144.

concurred in, 4345, 4346; enrolled, 4352; approved, 4450. S. No. 467

In House: Received from Senate, 2776; passed with amendment, To confirm an entry of land by Moses F. Shinn.--[By Mr. Tipton.]

4342; agreed to by Senate, 4375; enrolled, 4380. Reported, 2176, passed, 2275.

S. No. 482In House: Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544.

To quiet the title to lands in the town of Santa Clara, in the State S. No. 468

of California.-[By Mr. Cole.] To provide for the completion of the branch mint at Carson City,

Referred, 2488.
Nevada. -[By Mr. Nye.]

S. No. 483-
Referred, 220.

Relative to the repayment of fees paid on canceled homestead S. No. 469—

entries.-[By Mr. Ramsey.] Confirming the title to a tract of land in Burlington, Iowa. -(By Referred, 2506. Mr. Grimes.)

S. No. 484– Referred, 2240; reported and passed, 3146 ; passed House, 3645; enrolled, 3671; approved, 3771,

To aid the San Francisco and Humboldt Bay Railroad Company in In House: Received from Senate, 3171' ; referred, 3477; reported

the construction of a railroad from the city of San Francisco and passed, 3655; enrolled, 3661.

to the town of Humboldt bay, in the State of California. –

[By Mr. Cole.] S. No. 470

Referred, 2556. To remove the political disabilities resting upon certain citizens of Georgia.--[By Mr. Wilson.]

S. No. 485_Referred, 2240.

Providing for the examination of the claim of J. Marino Bonilla S. No. 471

to the rancho “La Cuesta,'' in the State of California. -[By

Mr. Cole.]
To indemnify Abial Morrison for property destroyed by hostile
Indians in Washington Territory in the years 1855 and 1866. —

Referred, 2556.
[By Mr. Williams. ]

S. No, 486Referred, 2240.

To facilitate the settlement of certain prize cases in the southern S. No: 472_

district of Florida. [By Mr. Stewart.] · Supplementary to an act entitled "An act to allow the United Referred, 2356; reported, 3146 ; discussed, 3649; passed House, States to prosecute appeals and writs of error without giving

4031; approved, 4233. "security.'[By Mr. Trumbrill.]

In House: Received from Senate, 3692; passed, 4051, 4052;
Read, 2240; passed, 3240; passed House with amendment,

enrolled, 4062.
4445; agreed to, 4445 ; enrolled, 4451; approved, 4006. S. No. 487
In House : Received from Senate, 3271; passed with amendment,
4431; agreed to by Senate, 4471; enrolled, 4479.

To disapprove an act of the Legislative Assembly of Washington

Territory redistricting the Territory and reassigning the judges S. No. 473-1

thereto. - [By Mr. Nye.] For the relief of Charles E. Capehart,--[By Mr. Howe.)

Reported, 2594 ; passed, 3709; passed House, 4454 ; approved, Reported and printed, 2259; passed, 2282; enrolled, 2518;

4517. approved, 2544,

In House: Received from Senate, 3732 ; passed, 4489; enrolled, In House: Received from Senate, 2289; called up, 2499;

4496. :lle passed, 2500 ; enrolled, 2584.

S. No. 488– S. No. 4744

'To amend an act entitled " An act for the relief of Alexander J. For the relief of Captain Daniel Ellis.-By Mr. Howe.)

Atocha," approved February 14, 1865.-[By Mr. Stewart.] Reported and printed, 2259passed, 2282; passed House, Reported, 2594; discussed, 3650; called up, 3081.

3551 ; approved, 3771. - In House : Received from Senate, 2289 ; referred, 2644 ; reported S. No. 489– and passed, 3552.

To relinquish the interest of the United States in certain lands to S. No. 475

the city and county of San Francisco.-[By Mr. Conness. ] To extend the charter of Washington city--(By Mr. Harlan.)

Referred, 2596.
Reported, 2200; discussed, 2260; passed, 2267; passed House $. No. 490.-

with amendments, 2417; discussed, 2417; concurred in, 2419; For the relief of the owners of the brig Ocean Belle.--[By Mr.
enrolled, 2488; not returned, become a law, 2659.

Morgan. ]
In House : Received from Senate, 2286; discussed, 2409 ; passed 1... Reported, 2623.

with amendments, 2410; agreed to by Senate, 2429 enrolled,
2475.

S. No. 491--
S. No. 476–

To provide for the appointment of register of deeds in the District For the relief of H. D. McKinney.-[By Mr. Howe.]

of Columbia.+By Mr. Harlan.] passed,

Reported, 2623; passed, 3714; passed House, 4454; enrolled,

4501. In Horse! Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2644; řeported

3. In House: Received from Senate, 3701 ; passed,

4490;

enrolled, adversely, 3761.

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4496. S. No. 477– For the relief of Charles C. O'Neill. -- [By Mr. Howe.) 7.2 || S. No. 492.

To extend the time for the construction of the Southern Pacific In House : Received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544 ; reported

railroad in the State of California. -[By Mr. Conness.) adversely, 3763.

Referred, 2624; reported, 2758; passed, 2792; passed Housa,

4322; enrolled, 4852; approved, 4450. S. No. 4784 To amend an act entitled "An act for the removal of the Sissiton,

In House: Received from Senate, 2812; passed, 4343, 4314; Warpeton, Medawakanton, and Warpekuta bands of Sioux

enrolled, 4380. or Dakota Indians, and for the disposition of their lands in

S. No. 493– Minnesota and Dakota,'' approved March 3, 1863.--[By M". Providing for a reduction of the interest on the public debt.—[Dy .69910. Ramsey.]

My. Morgan.) l sub Bongo - Referred, 2436; reported, 3274; discussed, 3504 ; passed, 3505. Referred, 2024; committee discharged and bill indefinitely post. In House: Received from Seriate, 3686 ; referred, 4474.

poned, 4093.

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