Pardon and amnesty to the insurgents in the Philippine Islands, 392.
Puerto Rico legislation for public lands, 334.
Ratifying treaty with the Creeks, 399.
Railways referred to, 329.
Reciprocity discussed by, 326.
Secretary of Commerce and Industries, appointment of, recommended, 323.
Sharretts, Thaddeus S., commissioned to effect changes in foreign
Shipping discussed by, 327.
Smithsonian Institution referred to, 350.
Tariff system discussed by, 326.
Thanksgiving proclamation, 359.
Thanks of, to the Army in Cuba and the Philippines, 395.
Treaty with the Creeks ratified by, 399.
Trusts discussed by, 319.
Veto message for the relief of John Glass, 354.
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, death of referred to, 354.
Samoan Islands, affairs of discussed, 72, 125, 132.
Government of discussed, 62.
Insurrection in discussed, 72, 124.
King of, death of, 72.
Santo Domingo, claim of United States against, 124.
Revolution in, referred to, 124.
War in, discussed, 62.
South Carolina. - Population in 1900 was 1,340,316.
South Dakota. - Population in 1900 was 401,570.
Specie Payments discussed, 24.
Sulu, Sultan of, treaty with, 105.
Sweden and Norway, king of, arbitrator in Samoan affairs, 132.
Taft Commission discussed, 156.
Tellefsen, Captain B., claim of, against United States, 40.
Tennessee. - Population in 1900 was 2,020,616.
Tewkesberry, Samuel, claim of, vetoed, 159.
Texas. - Population in 1900 was 3,048,710.
Thanks of Congress:
Tender of, recommended to -
Bertholf, Ellsworth P., 50.
Call, Dr. Samuel J., 50.
Jarvis, David H., 50.
Tuttle, Captain Francis, 50.
Tice, Isaac P., administrators of, act for relief of, vetoed, 41.
Trade-Marks, treaty regarding, with Belgium, 122.
Trusts, evils of monopolies discussed, recommendations
regarding, 11, 57.
Turkey. - American citizens, injuries inflicted upon in, 76.
Armenian subjects of, referred to, 132.
Commercial relations with, 76, 132.
Naturalization, treaty with, discussed, 76.
Tuttle, Captain Francis, thanks of Congress to, recommended, 50.
United States. - The total population in 1900 was 76,303,387.
Utah. - Population in 1900 was 276,749.
Venezuela. - Boundary dispute with Great Britain regarding British
Guiana, arbitration of, discussed, 77.
Claims of United States against, payment of, 41.
Revolution in, discussed, 77.
Vice-Presidents of United States. - Five Vice-Presidents have
succeeded to the Presidency by reason of the death of the President;
viz: John Tyler, who succeeded William Henry Harrison in 1841; Millard
Fillmore, who succeeded Zachary Taylor in 1850; Andrew Johnson, who
succeeded Abraham Lincoln in 1865; Chester A. Arthur, who succeeded
James A. Garfield in 1881, and Theodore Roosevelt, who succeeded
William McKinley in 1901.
Virginia. - Population in 1900 was 1,854,184.
Walker, John G. - Chairman of Nicaraguan Canal Commission, 63.
Washington. - Population in 1900 was 518,103.
Washington, George. - Centennial anniversary of death of,
December 14, 1899, referred to by President McKinley, 103.
Washington City. - Centennial anniversary of founding of,
for capital, held in 1900, discussed, 101, 153.
Memorial Bridge across the Potomac, appropriation recommended for, 101.
Whaling fleet relieved by "Bear" under Captain Francis Tuttle, 48.
White, Andrew D., Peace commissioner at the Hague, 80.
Wisconsin. - Population in 1900 was 2,069,042.
Worcester, Dean C., member of Commission, Philippine Islands, 90.
Wyoming. - Population in 1900 was 92,531.