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8313; discussed, 3348, 3540.
eported adversely, 282. y
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| Referred anew, 3244, 3245; reported, 4146.
S. No. 78–
| -To confirm certain sales made by the direct tax commissioners for i South Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy, or Marine - corps.-[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.] .* In House: Reported adversely, 24, 58. S. No. 85– • * --> To authorize the Southern Minnesota Railroad. Company to construct a bridge across the Mississippi river between La Crosse, in the State of Wisconsin, and the opposite bank of said river, in the State of Minnesota.-[By Mr. Norton.] | Reported, 553. 8. No. 89– - o For the relief of Orlef E., Dreutzer, late consul of the United i States to the kingdom of Norway.—[By Mr. Howe.] Passed House, 405; enrolled, 434; approved, 472. In House: Reported, 152; discussed, 420; passed, 421; enrolled,
Declaratory of the law with regard to the sale of ships to friendly is on I belligerents.--LBy Mr. Chandler.] . -- . . . ... ." Discussed, 3243; passed, 3244; reconsidered, 8247; discussed, 4399. . . . . . . S. No. 95– - ** * To amend the act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States, approved March 2, 1807.-[By
Providing for the formation of corporations, and ro ulating the same in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Willey.] no Reported, 242; called up,434; discussed, 458,886, 8710; passed, ... . . .3718. -, .
In House; Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490.
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S. No. 164– - -
* Referred, 38', reported, isso discussed, 2217; amendments
In House: Received from Senate, 65; passed, 96; enrolled, 107. S. No. 143–
submitted and printed, 2237; discussed, 2764; passed, 2769; passed House with amendments, 3254; concurred in, 3255; enrolled, 3279. In House: Received from Senate, 2810; referred, 3034; reported, 3266; passed with amendments, 3267; agreed to by Senate, 3294; enrolled, 3308; approved, 3761. S. No. 165– To authorize the conversion of registered bonds into coupon
o Mr. Anthony.] Referred, 38; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 404. S. No. 166—
* * For the relief of the owners of the land within United States sur. vey No. 3217 in the State of Missouri.-[By Mr. Drake.] Referred, 38; reported, 404; discussed, § passed, 627; passed House, 3045; enrolled, 3671; approved,3771. . . In House : Received from Senate, 638; re-erred, 901; reported and referred anew, 1334; reported, 3655; passed, 3650; enrolled, 3661. - S, No. 167– --- - * Granting lands to the State of Oregon to aid in the construction of a military wagon road from the navigable waters of Coos bay to Roseburg.—[By Mr. Williams.] .* . . . Referred, 38; reported, 845. S, No. 168–
For the relief of George E. Glenn, additional
* * *. In House : Received from Senate, 1870; referred, 2029.
paymaster United States Army.—[By Mr. Conness.] Roo. 63; reported adversely, 1428; indefinitely postponed, 277.
cisco, California, and Portland, Oregon, brokers.--LBy Mr.
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In House : Received from Senate, 3271; referred, 8476. S. No. 154– To provide for the issue of gold notes in place of legal-tender notes, and to facilitate resumption of specie payments.-[By Mr. Corbett.]:\ – yo. Indefinitely postponed, 4093. 8, No. 156– - - To establish a national school of mines.—[By Mr. Stewart.] Read, 1 ; referred, 10; motion to discharge comunittee, 553, 554; discussed, 559; motion withdrawn, 561; reported, 1287. S. No. 157– * * * * **'.
For the repeal of tax on cotton.-[By Mr. Fowler.] Read and printed, 1. S. No. 158-1.jo o 'oe to or i, u, , , , , , or --- To grant certain privileges to actual settlers on lands ceded to the United States by Osage Indians in Kansas.-[By Mr. Ross.] Read, 2; referred, 10. S. No. 159— 2. 7 Relating to the Western Pacific railroad.-IByMr. Nye.] * Referred, 10; reported, 880; discussed, 1461, 1488, 8.075, 3672; passed, 3681. *** * * * In House: Received from Senate, 3705; discussed, 4479; referred, 4484. S. No. 160Extending the provisions of the pension laws to provost marshals, deputy provost marshals, audio enrolling officers killed or wounded in the discharge of their duties.—[By Mr. Wilson.] Referred, 19; committee discharged, indefinitely postponed, 786.
Navy, and for establishing naval life insurance.—[By Mr.