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Judiciary, the Committee on the. instructions to....................................91, 97, 153, 693,604, 781, 891, 936, 1084, 1632, 1662, 1760, 2072, 2082, 2083, 2752 reports from .................................... 230, 478,669,691,.692, 1271, 1273, 1334, 1769, 1993,2388, 2480. 2812, 3266, 3267, 3616, 3618, 3619, 3620, 3765, 3966, 3967,4293 adverse reports from......... 3267, 3616, 3618 discharged from subjects.................... 132, 230, 668, 692, 3266 Judiciary act, bill (S. No. 213) to amend an act entitled “An act to amend the, passed on the 24th of September, 1789.” received from Senate, 1828; passed with amendment, 1859; discussion, 1881, 2059; agreed to by Senate, 1865; enrolled, 1866; vetoed, 2163, 2165; veto discussed, 2165; passed over veto, 2170.

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.................. 1883, 1884 Mr. Bover........ 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884,

1885, 2000, 2061, 2003, 2004, 2065 Mr. Eldridge......2060, 2061, 2062, 2065 Mr. Holman................. ...... 1884, 1885

Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticut...... 2061 Mr. Kerr................................... 1888 Mr. Maynard......1881, 1882, 2063, 2064 Mr. Niblack ............................. 1885, 1886, 2060, 2062, 2064 Mr. Schenck..............1883, 1884, 1885 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania...... 1882 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa..................2059, 2060, 2061, 2002, 2063, 2004, 2065 Mr. Wood.................1886, 2004, 2065 Mr. Woodward.......................... 2061, 2062, 2063, 2064 Judkiewicz, Moritz, joint resolution (H. R. No. 27) to change the name of, to Morris Judd—[By Mr. Buckland.] indefinitely postponed by Senate, 388. "In Senate : indefinitely postponed, 372. Julian, George W., a Representative from Indiana..............";"; ------------------------------ 2 petitions presented by::::::::::::::::::::::::: 18, - 267, 590, 1141, 1162, 1862, 2113, 2335, 2505, 2582, 3175, 3477, 3503 bills introduced byNo. 267—to declare forfeited to the United States certain lands granted to aid in the construction of railroads in the States of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida.........................................95 No. 294—to fix the time for the election of Representatives and Delegates in the Congress of the United States........ 209 No. 370—to prevent the further sale of the public lands of the United States 1. except as provided for in the prečmption and homestead laws and the laws for disposing of town sites and mineral lands............................. ------------- 871 No. 498—to declare the Fort Jessup reservation of lands restored to the United States and subject to homestead entry and settlement.......................... ...637

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No. 934—amendatory of the act entitled “An act to secure homesteads to actual settlers on the public domain,” approved May 20, 1862, and of the acts amenda. thereof, approved March 21, 1864, and January 21, 1866.................. 1960 No. 1114—to provide for annexing certain territory to the Territory of New Mexico............................................2569 No. 1118—to confirm to J. M. Hutchings and J. C. Lamon their preemption claims in the Yosemite valley, California..., 2585 No. 1155—declaring the lands constituting the Fort Jessup military reservation, in the State of Louisiana, subject to homestead eutry and settlement...........2813 No. 1257–relative to lands sold for nonpayment of Federal taxes or under, a lo or decree of the courts of the Inited States in the States lately in rebellion ......... ................3132 No. 1266–to aid in ascertaining the value of certain public lands................. 3164 No. 1276–for the sale of the Hot Springs reservation in Arkansas...............3223 No. 1379—to aid in ascertaining the value of certain public lands in Story county, in the State of Nevada.................3883

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in relation to further sales of the public lands, railroad grants, and homestead settlements—[December 9, 1867].....97 calling anew for information respecting the disposition of the swamp lands of the southern States—[December 12, 1807]............. ----------------------- ...... 155 instructing Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads to inquire into the expediency of totally abolishing the frank. ing privilege—LJanuary 22, 1868]....694 instructing Committee on Education and Labor to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for a general sys. tem of education in the districts lately in rebellion—[January 22, 1868].....694 in reference to the fees now required of claimants under the homestead law– [February 26, 1868]....... ------------- 1449 that there be paid to George D. Blakey $2,500 for time spent and expenses in. curred in contesting a seat as Representative from the third district of Ren. tucky-[March 23, 1868].............2071 calling for information in regard to a treaty now being negotiated between the Great and Little Osage Indians and a special Indian commission—[June 1, 1898]............ ...........................2753 in relation to the Pottawatomie Indian lands—[July 7, 1868]..................3786 Proof an eyening session for the pur. pose of receiving and considering the report of the Committee on the Public Lands on the Sutro tunnel—[July 13, 1898]:.....................................A004 in relation to extending the prečmption and homestead laws of the United States over the Territory of Alaska– [July 15, 1868]...........................4081

193,89,588,530, 1834, iids, io97. 1972, 2685, 2812, 2813, 2814, 2816

Julian, George W., a Representative from In

diana–Continued. motions made by...............................474, 571, 936, 1631, 1693, 1861, 2383, 2387, 2544, 2812, 2814, 2816, 3793 incidental remarks by..................809, 310, 312, 869, 1161, 1631, 1668, 1763, 1861, 2071, 2480, 2527, 27.53, 3132, 3223, 3397, 3524, 3588, 3598, 4081 remarks on the resolution to allow members to inspect papers in the Post Office Department........................9, 11, 107 on the resolution for the impeachment of the President, reported from the Judi. ciary Committee.......................66, 67 on the bill to declare forfeited certain land grants.............................96, 117,810, 311, 312, 673, 694,695, 696, 697, 806, 807, 808, 819, 811, 812, 813, 840, 841, 907, 970, 977, 979, 985 (See Appendiz.) on the joint resolution concerning Michi. gan and Wisconsin land grants.......106 personal and explanatory-................ on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), 215 on the bill to prevent further sales of the public lands..............................:37}, 508, 538, 1693, 1712, 1715, 2380, 2382, 2383, 2384, 2387 on the bill in relation to islands in the Great Miami river......... 508, 509, 1427 on bill to abolish certain land offices, 538 on the bill amendatory of the homestead law ........................~~~~...~" on the order of business. ...538,2828 on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad bill.............. --------- .........569, 570, 57.1 on the bill to provide for appointment of: marshal for District of Columbia...o. on the legislative appropriation bill, 10% on the resolution reported for the impeach. ment of the President;.................! on the articles of impeachment.........]” (See Appendiz.) on questions relating to impeachmen; 1619, 1632, 1633 on the joint resolution relating to.” Osage Indian lands.....1703, 1704, 17% on the Walla Walla and Columbia rail. road * ts. unir. ii. ão on the Puget Sound railroad bill...... ++++ g 2443,2445 on the bill to confirm certain claims." Yosemite valley.........2586, 28.1% 2S17 on the case of Charles W. Woolley." recusant witness........:”: on the Indian appropriation bill........2584 on the bill in relation to Fort Jessupo. ervation ......................“ ...??? on the bill concerning land office in Utah Territory........................."2813,214 on the joint resolution relative, to.” co and Osage Indian land; o; 2815, 2816 on bill concerning homesteads...?828. 2829 (See *:::::: f O Indian lands - age Indlän y concerning the sale of Osag 3254, 32% on the bill relating to the sale of the ol. fornia and Oregon railroad..........” on the joint resolution in regard to to: with Indians.....................:”: on the bill to improve the Missio, river........................”. on land bounties See Appendix. . § {}. for ū. sale of the Hot Spring reservation.....................~.4% 40s. leave of absence granted to......2281.4%

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Juries, bill (H. R. No. 190) to provide for,

in certain cases in the District of Colu" bia—[By Mr. Welker.] reported, 229, § (H.R. No. 105) to regulate the ** tion of, for the several courts of the Po, trict of Columbia—[By Mr. Ingerol In Senate; indefinitely postponed.* bill (H. R. No. 750) to provide for, in “” tain cases in the District of Columbia" [By Mr. Welker.] referred, 1217.

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Jurisdiction, bill (H. R. No. 263) amendatory of the organic act of Idaho Territory by off. of justices of the peace— o Mr. Holbrook. referred, 90; reported, printed, and recommitted, 692; reported, 3618; passed, 3619. In Senate: received from House, 3630; referred, 3632. bill (H. R. No. 111) relating to the, of the courts of the United States—[By Mr. Poland.] committee anew, 230, bill (H. R. No. 354) to amend an act entitled “An act to restrict the, of the Court of Claims, and to provide for the payment of certain demands for quartermaster's stores and subsistence supplies o to the *::: of the United tates,” approved July 4, 1864—s B ioni. y 4, [By referred, 331. bill (H. R. No. 388) to amend an act entitied “An act to extend, of the district courts of the United States in certain cases on the lakes and navigable waters connecting with the same,” approved February 20, 1845—[By Mr. Judd.] referred, 473. bill (H.R. No. 478) to amend an act enti. tled “An act extending the, of the district courts to certain cases upon the lakes and navigable waters connecting the same,” approved February 26, 1845-[By Mr. Judd.] referred, §36. Joint resolution (H. R. No. 192) relating to claims arising from Indian depredations *nd to restrict the, of the Court of Claims—[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] referred, 935. "(H.R. No. 720) to amend an act enti. tled “An act to extend the, of district ourts to certain cases upon the lakes,” &c., H. February 26, 1845—[By Mr. Humphrey.] referred, 1127. bill (H. R. No. 849) to amend an act enti. * “An act extending the, of the dis. * courts to certain cases upon the ** and navigable waters connecting the same,” approved February 26, 1845-[By Mr. Cook.] reserted, 1681; reported adversely, 8616. resolution directing Committee on the Judi. ** to consider the expediency of exo the, of the court of the United io for the district of Kansas over he Indian territory in the State of

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discharged, 230; referred

Jurors—Continued. bill (H. R. No. 480) in relation to the pay of grand and petit, in the listrict of Columbia—[By Mr. Ingersoll.] referred, 636; reported and passed, 2163; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4.175. In Senate: received from House, 2149; referred, 2176 ; referred anew, 3213; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 4093. bill (S. No. 464) in relation to qualification of received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544. Justice, bill (H. R. No. 610) to establish a department of [By Mr. Jenckes.] referred, 934. Justices of the peace, bill (H. R. No. 263) ho of the organic act of Idaho Territory by extending the jurisdiction of-[By Mr. Holbrook. referred, 90; reported, printed, and recommitted, 692; reported, 3618; passed, 3619. In Senate : received from House, 3630; referred, 3632. K

Kaiser, George, bill (H. R. No. 1367) for the relief of [By Mr. Stokes.] reported and passed, 3763. In Senate : received from House, 3770; referred, 3771. Kane, Aloysius J., bill (H. R. No. 467) granting a trial by court-martial to, late ensign in the Navy—[By Mr. Miller.] referred, 636. Kaneday, Henry, bill (H. R. No. 671) granting a pension to the widow of [By Mr. Van Aernam.] reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate with amendments, 3340; agreed to, 3692; enrolled, 3702; approved, 3809. In Senate : received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with amendments, 3320 ; enrolled, 3688. Keck, John A., bill (H. R. No. 236) granting a pension to, late a private in the third Missouri cavalry—[By Mr. Benjamin.] referred, 90; substitute reported and passed, 735; passed Senate with amendments, 3336; concurred in 3477; enrolled, 3484; approved, 3809. In Senate: received from House, 731 ; referred, 764; reported, 1311 ; passed with amendments, 3317; concurred in by House, 3466; enrolled, 3521. Keenan, James, bill (H. R. No. 432) for the relief of [By Mr. Robinson.] referred, 475. Keller, Robert W., bill (H. R. No. 209) for the relief of, of Neosho, Missouri—[By Mr. Gravely.] referred, 51. Kelley, Ann, bill (S. No. 291) granting a pensión to, widow of Bernard Kelley. received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed, 3892; enrolled, 8948. Kelley, Charles W. bill (H. R. No. 1267) for §: relief of [By Mr. Paine.] referred, 3164. o Kelley, John, bill (H.R. No. 454), granting a pension to—[By Mr. Perham.] reported and passed, 592; passed Senate, !. ; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. In Senate: received from House, 627; referred, 632; reported, 1404; passed, 8318; enrolled, 3359. bill (H. R. No. 911) for the relief of, of atterson, Juniata county, Pennsylva: nia—[By Mr. Miller.] referred, 1900. - Kelley, Michael, bill (S. No. 323) granting a pension to. received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed,3104; enrolled, 8144. Kelley, Samuel, Bill (S.No. 108) for the relief of Henry Greathouse and. received from Senate, 232; referred: 862; reported and passed with amendment, 1705; disagreed to by Senate, 1358; conference, 1859, 1860; conference report, 2132; concurred in by Senate, 2103; cont - curred in by House. 3182; enrolled, 2148.

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in national banks on the first day of each month from the 30th of June, 1866, to the 31st of October, 1867–[December 4, 1867]........... * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 26 in reference to Bingham's surge reliever— [January 27, 1868].........-------------- 783 in reference to the claim of B. W. Perkins—[February 10, 1868]........... 1092 calling for the report of Eliot C. Cowden, commissioner to the Paris Exposition of 1867, on silk and silk manufactures— [February 18, 1868].................... 1243 inquiring the amount of public money on eposit in national banks at the end of each mouth from October 31, 1867– [June 27, 1868]..........................803% in reference to restrictions and charges upon the passage of vessels of war and commerce through the straits of the Dardanelles and Bosphorus to the Black sea—[July 6, 1868].....................3764 motions made by......3758, 4479, 4485, 4523 incidental remarks by................... .27, 834, - 1084, 1301, 1019, 1633, 1858. 2412, 2752, 3556, 4379, 4470, 4476, 4477 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from internal tax.......................15, 28, 898 on the order of business..............26, 209 on the bill constituting eight hours a day's

work............................. ---------..... 335 on the supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439).................... 597, 663 on the President's message......... 609, 745 on the bill to regulate the deposit of pub: lic moneys..............--------------------- 804

on the bill concerning land grants to southern railroads .......................870. 871, 872, 972, 973 on the legislative appropriation bill, 1050, 1110, 1111, 1112 on the consular and diplomatic appropri. ation bill .............................------ 1221 on the resolution concerning contracts of the Post Office Department........... 1295 on the naval appropriation bill........ 1319, 1820, 1420, 1421 on the resolution reported for the impeach: ment of the President, 1346, 1847, 1848 on the civil appropriation bill... 1475,1310 on the impeachment protest......::::::: 1614), 1682, 1633 on the articles of impeachment ........1093 on the Tennessee election (case of B. R. Butler).................... “.... ..108; on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Duncan L. Clinch: ........19% on the bill to exempt certain manuso, tures from tax............ 1796, 2106,2174 on the bill for the admission of Alao, on the report on the cancellation.” de* -- o, United States bonds...1854

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1959, 1964, 1965, 1971, 1972 on the bill to admit Alabama to representation in Congress...2139, 2140, 21.94 on the joint resolution for the protection of fishing vessels................. . 2379 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...... 2420, 27.53, 2755 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy of the impeachment proceedings...2532 on the bill for the relief of Palemon John, 2539 on the Indian appropriation bill.......2708 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284) .....9999, 3400, 3487, 3488, 3526, 3533, 3534 on the joint resolution for the relief of certain contractors for iron-clads...4414 on the bill to regulate the duties on copper Ores......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."4495 leave of absence granted to

- 2217, 2543, 27.53 Kellogg, Francis W., a Representative from Alabama....................... 4178, 4293, 4334 Kelsey, William H., a Representative from New York......................................... petitions presented by...............:37, 193, 452, 552, 815, 845, 1094, 1620, 1775, 2176, 2288, 2306, 2318, 2371, 3073 bills introduced by— No. 219–for the relief of Amelia A. Locke........... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ..........89 No. 529—granting a pension to Sarah E. Pickell, widow of the late Colonel John Pickell........................... .... - - - - - - - - 778 No. 621—to authorize the building of a military and postal railroad from Washington, District of Columbia, to the city of New York............... .........934 No. i047—to fix the compensation of cer. tain consular officers, to provide for their supervision and the verification of their accounts, and to prohibit their collection of fees not authorized by law ...... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2406 No. 1287—to provide for funding the national debt, and for taxing the interest-bearing bonds hereafter issued by the United States, and for other pur

SeS ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ----------- ----------- 3363 room. submitted by— calling for information in regard to the appointment of any person as special agent to take charge of the post office at Penn Yan, New York—[February 1, 1868] .......................... ::::::::::::::: 901 for causing the gas over the, Hall to be lighted by electricity- [February 22, logo...........: report made by............. - - - - - - - - - - - - on: made '. --------- 452, 456, 606, 934, 1986, 1667, 1668, 2349, 3943 incidental remarks by................ 117, 9%, 1972, 2289, 3375, 8440, 3441, 3852, 3888, 4007, 4032, 4253, 4412, 4429 remarks on the resolution for the impeachment of the President, reported from the Judiciary Committee............65, 68

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Kelsey, William H., a Representative from
New York–Continued.
remarks on the impeachment trial—alleged
corrupt practices................ 2503, 2504
on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a
recusant witness.......................... 2579
on the river and harbor bill.............. 3203
on the resolution of adjournment to July,
3615
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),
87.26, 3728, 3935
on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

and Chickasaw Indians....... -- - - - - - - ,3854 on the bill in relation to New York war claims........... .......... 39.45

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soldier................. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2302 No. 1095—to establish a certain post route in Indiana...... --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -------- 2027

No. 1106—to authorize the registration of the bark Carlota as an Aumerican vessel, 2569 No. 1280—for the relief of Lieutenant Leonidas Smith, late of the twenty-sec. ond regiment Indiana volunteer infantry,

3327 No. 1281—for the relief of Jacob Briggs,

- 3327 joint resolution introduced by— No. 215-concerning the bridge across the Ohio at the head of the falls of that T1Wer -- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... ------------ 1449 resolutions submitted by— in reference to compensation of acting assessors and collectors—[December 5, in reference to a ship-canal around the falls of the Ohio—LDecember 12, 1867], - 152 instructing Committee of Ways and Means to inquire into the expediency of so amending the internal revenue law as to exempt from payment of stamp duty all official bonds executed to corporations, &c., organized for benevolent purposes— ... [December 12, 1867].................. 162 instructing Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the expediency of retaining in the military force of the United States the Veteran Reserve corps as it is now organized, &c.—[December 19, . *7].................................. ...295 instructing Committee on the Judicia ry to inquire into the expediency of giving

power by law to the Supreme Court of the United States to direct that do,

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shall not be reported—[January 23, 18°]..........................................6% that Samuel E. Smith is not entitled to a seat as a Representative from the sec. ond district of Kentucky—[January 31, 1868]......................... ----------------- 899 that John Young Brown is entitled to ad. mission and to take the oath of office as a Representative from the second dis. trict of Kentucky—[January 31, 1868], 899

calling for any report made, in pursuance of joint resolution No. 20, approved March 29, 1867, in reference to a ship. canal around the falls of the Ohio river— [February 18, 1868].................... 1244 in reference to amending the internal revenue law in relation to the transfer or assignment of special license receipts, &c.—[March 31, 1868].................2228 in reference to reducing the excessive and unequal tax imposed by existing laws upon private banks and banks organized and doing business under State laws, &c.—[March 31, 1868].................2228 in relation to members of Congress appearing as attorneys, in Government cases—[June 1, 1858]................. 2732 that John D. Young was duly elected from the ninth district of Kentucky, and should be admitted upon taking the oath pre: scribed—[June 22, 1868]..............837. motions made by...... .443, 1619, 2070,2725 incidental remarks by............282, 291, 315,

~ 866, 489, 936, 1449, 1972, 1973, 2045,

2166,2226, 2406, 2686, 2752, 3327, 3337, 4186, 4216, 4253, 4259, 4342, 4472, 4474 remarks on the Kentucky election (case of Grover and Knott)..........................1% on the bill to exempt cotton from internal tax ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * * * ****** on the President's message, 193, 466, 2725 on the bill to facilitate the payment of bounties ........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 335, 341, 359 on the resolution authorizing the sale *

iron-clads ----- on the Missouri election (case of Birch ro, Van Horn)......................400, 401, 402 on the case of Rev. John McMahon...420 on the joint resolution to provide for the examination of distillery meters...~420 on the Kentucky election (case of Symo vs. Trimble) ...........................” on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439). 511, 517, 542, 550, 578,

679, 580, 581,593, 602 on the censure of Hon. Fernando wo

on the Kentucky election (case of John Young Brown).....................0% o 809, 911, 912, 919, 920, 937, 938, 940, 941, 942, 943; 1151 on the Kentucky election (case of Mclso vs. Young).......................co." 2073, 3223, 3330, 3333, 83% 3337, 3338, 3339, 3340, 837; on the Kentucky election(case of Sao E. Smith)........................ 1185, 11% on the resolution reported for the impeo. ment of the President, 1342, 1346, 1898 (See Appendix.) on the articles of impeachment, 1546,134. 1564, i565, 1615, 1617, 1818, 1619, 1642, 1643, 1659, 16.1 on the Tennessee election (case of R.J. Butler...1664, ico, 1630, 1993, so on the bill for the sale of the Sea Island lots...................................1792, 17% on the bill concerning the rights of Ame. can citizens .#". - - - - - - - - - ...18% on the bill to continue the Freedmen's Bureau.............................. 1813, 1998 on the hill for the admission of Alabama, 1819, 1820, 1821,1938, (not published.) on questions relating to im peachment, 1889 on the amendment of the judiciary *

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== Kerr, Michael C., a Representative from Indiana–Continued. remarks on the bill to guaranty a republican form of government............1972, 1978 on the bill to admit Alabama to representa. tion in Congress........................ 2138, 2139, 2143, 2193, 2194, 2.195, 2198 on the order of business......... 2225, 3381 on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. Morgan).......................... 2288, 2571, 2676, 2779, 2781, 2783, 2785, 2787, 2789, 2808, 2809, 2810 on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2465 during call of the House............... 26:44, 2645, 2646, 2047 on the Indian appropriation bill, 2711,2712 on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1284)......8837 on bill to limit admiralty jurisdiction, 3617 on the Missouri contested election (case of Switzler vs. Anderson)....4132,4215 on the Missouri contested election (case of Hogan vs. Pile)............. 4336,4382 on the resolution for an investigation of disbursement of contingent fund, 4427 on the bill for the relief of Israel T. Canby's sureties................4432, 4483 * leave of absence granted to...............1711, - 2948, 3478, 3597 Keleham, Eliza, joint resolution (H. B. No. $50) relative to the accounts of George . . Putnam and—[By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.] referred, 4469. Keleham, John H.,

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Politions presented by........................ 4, --- - 1620, 2083, 2652, 3238, 3381 bill introduced by—

.* No. 1278-providing for the appointment of a commission to examine and report :- "pop certain claims of the State of New o ... *-*..................32% Joseolution introduced by— * **.*-reducing the expenses of the ... at Department........................ 1160 o reports made by......... 132, 2680, 3294, 3944 o * made by........................592, 8294 incidental remarks by.......................g64 ... marks on ...}. resolution reducing the --" *Penses of the War Department, iló0, |- --- - 1161 #" On o bill in relation to New York war o a. o “...........................3944, 3945 to o o absence granted to....... 1866, 3658 *** o *L*, resolution instructing Com. is" o ** Claims to examine the claim of, --" 8 so and expenses due him as con to .." in Kiang, in China—[By Mr o Shanks, ay 2, 1868.]

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Kirchner, Gallus, joint resolution (H. R. No, 176) for the relief of, of Indiana—[By Mr. Hunter.] referred, 779, Kirk, Colonel George W., bill (H.R. No. 1438) for the relief of, of Tennessee—[By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.] referred, 4215. Kio, Robert T., joint resolution (H. R. No. 109) authorizing the Secretary of War to audit and pay the claim of a loyal citizen of Nashville, Tennessee–LBy Mr. Trimble, of Tennessee.] referred, 89. Kitchen, Bethuel M., a Representative from West Virginia............. -------------------- 168 petitions presented by........................ 163, 1162, 1830, 1558, 1693, 1910, 2143, 2348 bill introduced by— No. 1426—for the better in the Navy............. motion made b remarks during call of the House.. leave of absence granted to.......

protection of life ...............4001

22:36, o 2304, 2575, 4182 Knapp, Zephaniah, bill (H. 18. No. 27.5) for the relief of, of Pittston, Luzerne county, ... Pennsylvania—[By Mr. Woodward.] referred, 152. bill (H. R. No. 776) granting a pension to, of Luzerne county, Pennsylvania—[By Mr. Miller.] reported and passed, 1297; passed Sen#, 3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, t In Senate : received from House, 1292; referred, 1308; reported, 1669; passed, 3322; enrolled, 3359. Knott, J. Procter, a Representative from Ken

tucky............................................... 13 etitions presented by.....217, 845,876, 1054 incidental remarks by........................8415

remarks personal and explanatory.........690 on the death of Hon. #. E. Noell, a Representative from Missouri......... 699 on the Kentucky election (case of John Young Brown)..................::::. 912, 915 on the bill to guaranty a republican form of government........................... 1961 on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1060), 2881, 2883 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee vs. Young)...................................690 during call of the House.................8415 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)........3443 leave of absence granted to.................2234 Kolb, Henry, joint resolution (H. R. No. 252) providing for the admission of, to the Soldiers' Home—[By Mr. Paine. referred, 2307; reported adversely, 2677. Koontz, William H., a Representative from Pennsylvania............ ..........208 petitions presented by.....................'...342, 552, 648, 1741, 2582, 2726, 3813 -bills introduced by— No. 287—in ormer to acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments in the District of Columbia.....................208 No. 336—for the relief of Lavinia J. McIl: *z vaine ................................... ...... 330 No. 424—amendatory of an act entitled “An act for the relief of certain drafted men "............................. ............ 475 No. 425—authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to settle account of Sergeant Henry Drenning, late of company K, fifty-fifth Pennsylvania volunteers...475 No. 426—for the relief of Robert E. Sheads................................. ... ...475 No. 427—to incorporate the Washington Benevolent Butchers' Association of the District of Columbia..................... 475 No. 466—for the relief of William Sponsler, late a private in company B, one hundredth regiment Pennsylvania vol. unteers.........................-------------- 636 No. 502—to incorporate the congregation of the First Presbyterian church of

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No. 127—relative to furnishing meters to certain distillers............... ............230 report made by.... ... 181

motions made by........872, 1426, 1620, 4492 incidental remarks by........................229, 667,668, 2029, 3331, 3375, 3658, 3888 remarks on the order of business........ 229, - * - 267, 4390 on the resolution to provide for the examination of distillery meters.........423 on the supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439)..................... 598, 641 (See Appendix.) on drawing for seats....................... 1084 on the articles of impeachment...... 1607, 1616, 1620 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax.............................2103 during call of the House............. ... 2647 on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolution, 2937 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2915, 2955, 3142 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... 3443, 3444, 3451, 3490, 3491, 4089 on the joint resolution relative to lightin the streets of Washington...... ------ .# 4429, 4477 leave of absence granted to........ 1188, 2888 Kryolite, joint resolution (H.R. No. 817) to admit, into the United States free of dutyBy Mr. Bingham.] referred, 3588. Kuklux Klan, resolution concerning armed organizations known as the, and the out: rages committed by them upon white and .. Unionists in the State of Tennessee—[By Mr. Arnell, February 4, 1868.] agreed to, 967. L

Labor—see Day's Work. . . . Laborers, resolution authorizing the Doorkeeper to transfer, from the folding to the laborers' room—[Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, January 21, 1868.] agreed to, 664. bill (H.R. No. 748) for the relief of colored, on Fort Cleveland, near Carthage, Tennessee, in 1864–IBy Mr. Stokes.] referred, 1217. Laflin, Addison H., a Representative from New York.............................? petitions presented by.........:::::::::: 195, 452, i068, 1229, 1369, 1402, 1485, 1620, 1759, 1974, 2006, 2075, 2233, 4264 joint resolutions introduced byNo. 116—providing for the printing of the postal contracts of the Government....99 No. 120–in regard to the publication of postal conventions made with foreign Governments..............................162 resolutions submitted by- .” for printing one thousand extra copies of the acts of Congress relating to Joons - and currency from 1842 to 1867, inclusive, including all loan bills passed since 1790, and the amount issued under them—tiecember 10, 18875-a-oo: authorizing Committee on Printing 9... ploy a clerk at the wo of com

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for printing extra copies of the report on the commercial relations of the United States with foreign nations for the last current year—[March 4, 1868]...... 1661 for printing the communication from the State Department in relation to the trial and conviction of American citizens in Great Britain and Ireland—[March 4, .1868]...................................... 1661 directing the Congressional Printer to furmish copies of the trial of impeachment, &c.—[March 13, 1868] 1868 for printing fifteen thousand three hundred copies of the report of J. Ross Browne on the mineral resources—[March 26, 1868] * 21:30 for printing five hundred copies of the report of the commission on life-saving inventions—[March 26, 1868]...... 2130 for printing the communication from the Secretary of the Navy relative to claims for prize money—[May 12, 1868], 2429 for printing extra copies of the bill to reduce into one act and amend the laws relating to internal tax—[May 12, 1868], 242.9 for printing extra copies of the report of the Commissioner of Patents—[June 5, 1868] 2872 for printing report of the Smithsonian Institution—[June 5, 1868]..........2872 for printing extra copies of the majority and minority reports on the treaty with Russia—[June 10, 1868].............. 3034 for printing the Army Register-[June 24, 1868]......................................: 3456 for printing the internal revenue lawth. 18, 1868]...........................4.218 for printing the general and special orders pertaining to reconstruction transmitted from the War Department—[July 18, 1868]................................ :::::::: 4213

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ing a stationery bureau from which all Departments of the Government in the District of Columbia shall obtain sunplies of stationery—[July 18, 1868],4218 directing the preparation of an index to the internal revenue act—[July 22, 1868].............................. ::::::...*** for printing report of Commissioner of

Education—[July 25, 1868]........:4469 for printing five thousand extra copies of the impeachment trial-[July 26, lo, |

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on the resolution for the impeachment of
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on the resolution for printing the loan
and currency laws..................:.....106
on the joint resolution in regard to the
publication of postal conventions... 152
on printing extra copies of the report of
the Comptroller of the Currency.....233
on printing extra copies of the report of
the Postmaster General...........232, 234
on the resolution providing a clerk to the
Committee on Printing........... 800, 801

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ing *"...". to—[By Mr. Beatty.] reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4435 ; approved, 4497. In Senate: received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4309; enrolled, 4443. La Marsh, John, bill (H. R. No. 1401) grant. ing a pension to—[By Mr. Beatty.] reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4435 : approved, 4407. In Senate: received from House and referred, 39.17; reported, 4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443. Lamon, J. C., bill (H. R. No. 1118) to confirm to J. M. Hutchings and, their prečmption claims in the Yosemite valley, &." [By Mr. Julian.] reported and recommitted, 2585; reported, 2816; passed, 2817, In Senate : received from House, 2857 : referred, 2860: reported adversely, 4346. Land district, bill (H. R. No. 259) to establish an additional, in the Territory of Colorado. By Mr. Chilcott.]

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referred, 90. bill (H. R. No. 852) to create an additional, in the State of Minnesota—[By Mr. Dounelly. ] referred, 1631. bill (S. No. 252) to create an additional, in the State of Minnesota. received from Senate, 2812; passed, 4343; enrolled. 4380. bill (H. R. No. 1298) to transfor the counties - of Sierra and Nevada from the Sacramento, to the Marysville–LBy Mr. Johnson.] referred, 3364. bill (U. R. No. 1339) to establish a new, in the State of Nebraska—[By Mr. Taffe.] referred, 3588. bill (S. No. 579) to establish a new, in the State of Nebraska. received from Senate, 3885; passed, 4428; enrolled, 4468. Land grants, bill (H. R. No. 1064) to extend the limits of certain, in Iowa and Minnesota—[By Mr. Donnelly.] referred, 2456. Land office, bill (H. R. No. 202) to create the office of surveyor general for the Territory of Utah, and establish a, in said Territory, and extend the homestead and prečmptión laws over the same—[By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.) referred, 6, 11; reported, 2813; passed, 2814; passed Senate with amendments, 8928; concurred in, 4090; enrolled, 4131; approved, 4217. In Senate; received from House, 2857; re. ferred, 2800; referred anew, 3629; reported, 87883 passed with amendments, 3874; agreed to by House, 4095; enrolled, 4096. bill (H. R.No.794) to reopen the, in the Virginia military district of Ohio–LBy . Yo of Ohio.] referred, 1418; reported and tabled, 2830. Land Office circulars, joint resolution (H.R. No. 849) authorizing the Congressional Printer to print, in the Germ

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Lane, George W., joint resolution

relative to, in the State of South Carolina—[By Mr. Whittemore.] referred, 4412.

Land titles, bill (H. R. No. 760) to amend an

act entitled “An act to quiet, in Califor: nia,” approved July 23, 1861—[By Mr. Johnson.]

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granting a pension to, of Boston, Massy chusetts, mother of John Lane, deceased, late private in company A, twelfth regio ment Massachusetts volunteers—[By Mr. Miller.] reported and passed, 3820; passed Sonate, 4305; enrolled, 4434; approved, 447. In Senate; received from House and to ferred, 39.17; reported, 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443. II. R. No. 33) for the relief of [By Mr. Holman.] reported and recommitted, 507.

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