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No. 13 January, 1896

CATALOGUE



United States



Public Documents



Issued Monthly



F. A. CRAXDALL

SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS
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Table of Contents



I 'age.

Congress of United States 3 Navy Department

Laws :: Justice, Department of

Senate 4 Post-Office Department

House 11 Interior Department

Documents of preceding Con- _ ulture, Department of 41

gresses _'_ < Jourt of Claims 44

President of United States 23 District of Columbia 4"'

State Department -'■> Smithsonian Institution 45

Treasury Department ... 84 Various Bureaus 4.">

W;ir (Department "•" General Note 47



Abbreviations Used in this Catalogue

Agricultural Soils A. S. Number no.

Appendix app. Oblong

Bulletin bull. Octavo »

Chart cht. Page, pages p., pp.

Circular circ. Part, parts pt., pts.

Congress I !ong. Plate plates pi.

Degree of latitude d. lat. Portrait, portraits por.

of longitude d. long. Quarto 4-

Department dept. Report rp.

Document doe. Resolution res.

Edition ed. Revised rev.

Executive Ex. Series ser

Facsimile, facsimiles facsim. Session sess.

Folded l'at'. lew es io. 1. Sheep shp.

Folio 1 : Sixteenmo 18°

' Appraisers C A. Supplement snpp.

Hydrographic Office publication. H.O.Pub. Table, tables tab.

I li list r. lied il. Treasury Department Treas. Dept.

Inch, indies iii. Twelvemo 12-

I.eat leave s 1. Vegetable Physiology and Pathol. .

Mile, miles m. V. p. P.

Narrow nar. Versus V.

Nautical mile naut. in. Volume, volumes v.

No date n.d Weather Bureau W.B.

Note. -Words and figures inclosed in brackets [ " are given for information, but do
not appear on the title-pages of the publication.-, catalogued. When size is not given,

octavo is to be understood. Size of maps is measured from outer edge of border.
excluding margin.



NT. 9-



Catalogue of Public Documents

Printed Daring the Month f January. i^>



Congress of the United State

"v fourth < ■ : . t -

Congressional D Official; prepared by Francis M. Cox. 2d ed..

corrected to Jan. 15,1896. 370 pp. lpL map. -Senate Doc. 14.

pt 2.
Congressional Record. 54th Cong. Is 23-44; Jan. 3-31.

. p. 465-1326. 4

:.al Record, containing the proceedings and del
Col_ i^-d daily, when i ud indexes ther^"

published semimonthly." H :e Public Printer on the following terms :

Sing ban 24 pp.. and lc. more for each additional 8 pp. : per

moi. ' •
sion. the first of the 51th Congress, is a 1 .

Same, index [including history of hills and joint resolutions].

©5-Js 164-2 >ppr. 4

Same. index, no. 3; Jan. G-17. 1*96. 74—53 pp
Memorial addresses upon the life and s
92 pp. 1 por.

Proceedings before membei i delegation in 54th Cong

sitting: as a body to inquire into i Omaha and Winnn'

Mr. Allen. Jan. 21. >

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LAWS

Aransas Pass. Aet for improving Aransas Pass. Approved Jan. 21
1 p. Pnbli.

Chicago. Joint resolution authorizing employment of a skilled architect
to assist in preparing the designs, plans, specifications, and other
drawings for the public building at Chicago. Approved Jai .-
1896. lp. (Public Re*

Courts. Act fixing times for holding courts in Iowa. Approved Jan.
4,1896. lp. (Public:

District of Columbia. Act to amend act providing permanent system of
highways in that part of Distri nubia outside of ciries.

Approved Jan. 21, 1896. 1 p. Public "

Joint resolution to extend time for making assessment of real estate

in District of Columbia. Approved Jan. 21. 1896. 1 p. (Public
Rc-

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Katahdin, ram. Joint resolution authorizing acceptance of rarn Katah-
din. Approved Jan. 4, 1896. 1 p. (Public Ees. 5.)

Maukato. Joint resolution concerning completion of court-bouse and
post-office building at Manknto, Minn. Approved Jan. 17. 1896.
1 p. (Public Res. 8.)

Miami, steamer. Act to provide American register for steamer Miami.
Approved J au 22. 1X96". 1 p. (Public 7.)

Palm Peach. Act to make Palm Beach, Fla., a subport of entry and
delivery. Approved Jan. 6, 1896. 1 p. (Public 4.)

Kailroad lauds. Act to amend an act to amend an act to forfeit certain
lauds heretofore granted for the purpose of aiding in the construc-
tion of railroads, and for other purposes, approved Sept. 29, 1890,
and the several acts amendatory thereof. Approved Jan. 23, 1896.

1 p. (Public 8.)

Smithsonian Institution. Joint resolution for tilling vacancy on Board

of Regents, Smithsonian Institution. Approved Jan. 14, 1896. 1 p.

(Public Res. 7.)
Utah. Joint resolution to transfer certain offices of the United States

in Territory of Utah to officers of State of Utah. Approved Jan. 4,

1896. lp. " (Public Res. 6.)

SENATE

Appropriations. General appropriation bills, memoranda showing origin
and committees having jurisdiction thereof; comparison of amounts
of general appropriation acts, 1877-1886, with those for 1887-1896,
etc. ; prepared by T. P. Cleaves. 23 pp.

Census. Table showing publications and cost of each census; prepared
by Pitman Pulsifer. n. d. 1 p. 4 :

Cuba. Constitution adopted by a constituent assembly of Republic of
Cuba, Sept. 1895; presented by Mr. Call. Jan. 20. 1896. 4 pp. (Sen-
ate Doc. 78.)

Resolutions adopted at Providence for recognition of belligerent

rights of Cuban revolutionists: presented by Mr. Aldnch. Jan. 7,
1896. 1 p. (Senate Doc. 57.)

Delaware. Constitutions of Delaware, 1776 [1792, and 1831]. 43 pp.

DuPout. Henry A. Affidavits of John M. G. Moore and others, and ex-
tracts from Senate Journal of legislature of Delaware, relative to
election of Du Pont as Senator; presented by Mr. Mitchell. Jan. 15,
1896. 38 pp. (Senate Doc. 9, pt. 2.)

Affidavits of Robert J. Hanby and others; presented by Mr. Gray.

Jan. 15, 1896. 4 pp. (Senate Doc. 9, pt. 3.)

Affidavit of William Michael Byrne; presented by Mr. Mitchell.

Jan. 24, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Doc. 9, pt. 4. )

Affidavits of William T. Watson, speaker, and Cyrus Cort, chaplain,

of the senate of Delaware; presented by Mr. Gray. Jan. 29, 1896.

2 pp. (Senate Doc. 9, pt. 5. I

Affidavit of Samuel Alrichs; presented by Mr. Mitchell. Jan. 30.

1896. 1 p. (Senate Doc. 9, pt. 6. )
Fox River Valley. Memorial of citizens, urging legislation to»regulate

use of water in Lake Winnebago and lower Fox River; presented by

Mr. Mitchell. Jan. 3, 1896. 4 pp. (Senate Doc. 52.
Naval Affairs. [Iudex to] reports made by Committee on Naval Affairs.

with testimony relative to armor plates taken before committee, and

testimony before Joint Committee on Personnel of Navy. 1895. 7 pp.
Negro. Memorial of National Association of Colored Men of America

relative to status of colored race in United States; presented by Mr.

McMillan. Jau. 9, 1896. 5 pp. (Senate Doc. 61.)



Railroad rates Petition from vegetable growers of Reddick and vicinity,
l-'la., praying an amendment t interstate commerce law relative to

iate of freight on railroads transporting their products; presented
by Mr. Call. .Jan. 13, 18%. 3 pp. (Senate Doc. 67.)

Salmon Ray. Memorial from Chamber of Commerce of Seattle relative to
dredging of bay ; presented by Mr. Squire. Jan. 3, 1896. 3 pp. (Sen-
ate 1 >oc. 53.)

Santee Sioux Affidavits and petitions of Santee Sioux for payment of
annuities withheld by reason of alleged participation in outbreak at
Redwood Agency in 1862; presented by Mr. Allen. Jan. 23, 1896.
15 pp. (Senate Doc. 85.)

Treasury. [Iudexto] 53d Congress; [Senate] Congressional correspond-
ence of John G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury, u.d. 5 pp.

University of the United States. Memorial in regard to a national uni-
versity; by John W. Hoyt. Aug. 3, 1892 [reprint 1896]. 123 pp.
(Senate Mis. Doc. 222, 52d Cong. 1st sess.)

Ventilation. Report on heating and ventilation of the Senate wing of
Capitol [by S. 11. Woodbridge] : rendered Dec. 14, 1895. 21 pp.
13 pi.

Washington. Memorial from Chamber of Commerce of Seattle, urging
improvement of coast defenses of State; presented by Mr. Squire.
Jan. 7, 1896. 2 pp. (Seuate Doc. 58. )

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Allen, William V. Report from Committee on Claims, favoring Senate
bill 90, for relief of William P. Buckinaster. Jan. 15, 1896. 8 pp.
(Senate Rp. 72. )

Report from Committee on Indian Affairs, amending and favoring

Senate bill 941, granting to Atchison & Nebraska and Chicago, Bur-
lington & Quincy railroad companies right of way over Sac and Fox
and Iowa Indian reservations. Jan. 10, 1896. 2pp. (Senate Rp. 39.)

Baker Lucien. Report from Committee on Pensions, favoring Senate
bill 218, to pension Martha Allen. Jan. 16, 1893. 2 pp. (Senate
Rp. 77.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 807, to pension Charles

Williamson. Jau 28, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 110.)

Bate, William B. Report from Committee on Military Affairs, favoring
Senate bill 174, to construct road to national cemetery, Dover, Tenn.
Jan. 23, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 108.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 340, to amend military record of John

H. Skinner. Jan. 23, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 109.)

Berry, James H. Report from Committee on Public Lands, favoring
Senate bill 502, to approve compromise and settlement between
United States and Arkansas. Jan. 16, 1896. 9 pp. (Senate Rp. 76.)

Same, favoring House bill 2175, to extend time for completion of

railway on West Mountain, Hot Springs Reservation. Jan. 27, 1896.
lp. (Seuate Rp. 118.)

Views of minority of Committee ou Public Lands, adverse to Senate

bill 36, to amend act for relief of certain settlers on public lands so as
to repay double-minimum excess to settlers within limits of forfeited
railroad land grants. Jan. 24, 1896. 2 pp. (Seuate Rp. 99, pt. 2. I

Blauchard, Newton C. Report from Committee on Indian Affairs, favor-
ing Senate bill 360. for relief of Northrup & Chick. Jan. 9, 1896.
lp. (Seuate Rp. 31.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 361, for relief of Silas P. Keller. Jan. 9,

1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 32. I



Brice, Calvin S. Report from Committee on Pensions, amending and
favoring- Senate bill 1017, to pension Robert Kiracofe. Jan. 20. 1896.

1 p. (Senate lip. 87.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate lull 1100, to pension Russell

N.Reynolds. Jan. 20, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 86.)

Caffery, Douelson. Report from Committee on Commerce, favoring
Senate bill 1230, to extend limits of port of entry of New Orleans.
Jan. 16, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 78.)

Carter, Thomas H. Report from Committee on Public Lands, amending
and favoring Senate bill 626, to dispose of abandoned portion- of
Fort Assinniboiue military reservation. Jan. 21. 1896. 2 pp. (Sen-
ate Rp.94.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 1320, to confirm title to certain lands in

William Morgan and Harrison Moore. Jan. 27, 1896. 3 pp. (Sen-
ate Rp. 125.)

Chandler, William E. Report from Committee on Naval Affairs, amend-
ing and favoring Senate bill 74-1, for naval training station in harbor
of San Francisco. Jan. 22, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 100.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 129, to give Capt. George H. Perkins,

retired, rank of commodore. Jan. 27. 1896. 5 pp. (Senate Rp. 122. )

Cockrell, Francis M. Report from Committee on Military Affairs, favor-
ing Senate bill 59, for relief of Joseph W. Carmack. Jan. 9, 1896.

2 pp. (Senate Rp. 28.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 56, for relief of John M. Davis. Jan. 9,

1896. 7 pp. (Senate Rp. 25.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 57, for relief of Napoleon I!. Giddings.

Jan. 9, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 26.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 61, for relief of Frederick Gramm.

Jan. 9, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 29.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 54, for relief of Ezra S. Havens. Jan. 9,

1896. 10 pp. (Senate Rp. 24.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 541, for relief of Orin R. McDaniel.

Jan. 23, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 104.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 58, for relief of John S. Neet, jr.

Jan. 9, 1896. 2pp. (Senate Rp. 27.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 60, for relief of George A. Orr. Jan. it,

1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 30.)
Same, favoring Senate lull 982, to grant medals to survivors of Port

Hudson forlorn-hope storming column. Jan. 24, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate

Rp. 117.)
Faulkner, Charles J. Report from Committee on District of Columbia,

under resolution directing investigation of law relating to custody

of minor children in District, Jan. 13, 1896. 21 pp. (Senate

Rp. 42.)
Frye, William P. Report from Committee on Commerce, favoring Senate

bill 565, for establishment of regulations for use of United States

canals. Jan. 9, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 33.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 564, for fees for furnishing certificates

of title to vessels. Jan. 9, 1896 1 p. (Senate Rp. 34.)
Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 661, to amend section

2880, Revised Statutes, fixing time for vessels to unlade. Jan. 9,

1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 36.)
Same, submitting Senate bill 1701, to promote efficiency of Revenue-
Cutter Service, as substitute for Senate bill 1461. Jan. 23, 1896.

9 pp. (Senate Rp. 112.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 183, concerning tonnage tax. Jan. 30,

1896. 3pp. (Semite Rp. 153.)



Gallinger, Jacob H. Report from Committee on Pensions, favoring
Senate bill 147, to pension Elvira Baclielder. Jan. 14, 1896. 2 pp.
(Senate Rp. 45.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 145, to pension Maud

Ardelle Bliss. Jan. 14, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 56. 1

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 1291, to increase pension

of Celeste A. Bongbton. Jan 28,1896. 4 pp. (Senate Rp. 12!

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 341, to pension Napoleon

B. Breedlove. Jan. 14. 1896. ' 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 60.

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 1276. to increase pension

of John L. Britton. Jan.28, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 128.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 1311, to increase pension

of Dudley F. Brown. Jan. 14. 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 58.

Same, favoring Senate bill 1672, to pension Lne R. Brown. .Ian.

28. 1896. 2 pp." (Senate Rp. 130.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 619. to pension Florence W. Buskirk.

Jan. 14, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 51.)
-. — Same, favoring Senate bill 730, to pension Helen Morrell Carroll.

Jan.14,1896. 2pp. (Senate Rp. 53.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 1149. to pension Sophia J. Chilcott.

Jan. 28. 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 132.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 997, to pension Ella D Cross. Jan. 21.

1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 8 I
Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 148. to pension Catherine

Dillon. Jan.14,1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 61. )
Same, favoring Senate bill 746, to pension Elizabeth E. I 'onohoe.

.Ian. 14, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 57.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 1271, to pension Elizabeth Moore

English. Jan. 8, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 20.)
Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 640. to pension Joseph

W. Eisher. Jan. 14. 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 62.)
Same, favoring Senate l>ill 1117. to increase pension of William W.

French. Jan.14,1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 47.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 944. to pension Robert Gamble. Jan.

14,1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 50.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 1310. to increase pension

of Shubael Gould. Jan. 28. 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 127.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 585, to pension Martha

R. Hitchcock. Jan. 14, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 59.)

Same, favoring Senate liill 149, to pension Helen M. Jacob. Jan.

14,1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 52.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 249, to pension C. E. Jones. Jan. 8,

1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 21.)

Same, favoring House bill 1605, to pension Anna Kelley. Jan. 28,

1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 134.)
Same, adverse to Senate hill 352, to pension Philip Kershner. Jan.

14,1896. 4 pp. (Senate Rp. 63.)
Same, favoring Senate bill 757. to increase pension of Adelaide

Morris. Jan. 22. 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 92.)
Same, favoring Senate lull 836, to grant pension to William J.

Murray. Jan.14,1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 49.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 1051, to pension Elizabeth New. Jan. 14,

1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 54.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 1505, to increase pension of Ruins H.

Paine. Jan. 21, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Ep. 90.)



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Gallinger, Jacob II. — Continued. Report from Committee on Pensions,
favoring Senate bill 710, to pension Ada J . Schwatka. Jan. 14, 1896.
2 pp. (Senate Rp. 55.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 1105, to pension Mary E. Sessions. Jan.

28,1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 131.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 146, to increase pension

of Samuel C. Towne. Jan. 21, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 91.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 136, to increase pension of Horace Town-
send. Jan. 14, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 46.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 178, to pension Betsey Y. Webber. Jan.

28,1896. lp. (Senate Rp. 133.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 140, to pension Mary A. Wise. Jan. 14,

1896. lp. (Senate Rp. 48.)

Gibson, Charles H. Report from Committee on Naval Affairs, favoring
Senate bill 642, for relief of Commodore Oscar C. Badger. Jan. 24,
1896. 4 pp. (Senate Rp. 115.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 1447. to nominate Lieut. Commander

R. M. G. Brown to be commander on retired list. Jan. 29, 1896. 1 p.
(Senate Rp. 143.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 716, to correct naval history of John C.

Dull. Jan. 24, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 116.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 641, to promote Commo-
dore Louis C. Sartori, retired, to be a rear-admiral. Jan 24,1896.
7 pp. (Senate Rp. 114.)

Gorman. Arthur P. Report from Committee on Printing, favoring Sen-
ate concurrent resolution 2, to print Geology and Mining Industries
of the Cripple Creek District. Dec. 31, 1895. I p. (Senate Rp. 17.)

Hale, Eugene. Report from Committee on Appropriations, amending
House bill 4321, making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies,
1896. Jan.30, 1896. 8 pp. (Senate Rp. 150.)

Report from Committee on Naval Affairs, submitting Senate bill

1404, to authorize enlistment of additional men for service in Navy,
etc. Jan. 8, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 22.)

Report from Committee on Printing, favoring Senate concurrent

resolution to print report of Board of Managers of National Home
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers and of Assistant Inspector-General
of State Homes. Jan. 7, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 18.)

Same, adverse to Senate joint resolution 29, to print, with certain

additions, last map of United States published by Interior Depart-
ment. Jan. 7, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 19. )

Same. I'avoiinn' Senate concurrent resolution to print annual report

of Commissioner of Railroads, 1895. Jan. 9. 1896. 1 p. (Senate
Rp. 38.)

Same, submitting Senate concurrent resolution to print acts impos-
ing duties on imports, as substitute for Senate resolution 58. Jan.
13,1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 41.)

Same, favoring House joint resolution 66, to supply Department of

State with documents. ' Jan. 27, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 124.)

Same, favoring Senate joint resolution 59, extending provisions of

act for printing and distribution of public documents so as to include
monographs, etc., of Geological Survey, Jan. 30, 1896. 1 p. (Sen-
ate Rp. 1 IS. )

Same, favoring House concurrent resolution to print Postal Laws

and Regulations of 1893. Jan. 30, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 149.)

Jlansbrough, Henry C. Report from Committee on District of Columbia.
favoring Senate bill 680, for relief of James Linskey. Jan. 20, 1896.
2pp. (Senate Rp. 88.)

Report from Committee on Public Lands, favoring Senate bill 818,

for relief of Halvor K. Omlie. Jan. 27, 1896 2 pp. (Senate Rp
123.)



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Hawley, Joseph R. Report from Committee
Sane-, favoring Senate hill 535, forrelief of William A. Starkweather.

Jan. 16, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Rp. 81.)

Same, favoring Senate bill 529. forrelief of Peter Grant Stewart.

Jan. 16, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate Rp. 82.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 758, authorizing Secretary

of Treasury to settle account of James M. Willbur. Jan. 22, 1896.

4 pp. (Senate Rp. 98.)
Mitchell. John L. Report from Committee on Pensions, favoring Senate

bill 804, to pension Mrs. Eleanor Carroll Poe. Jan. 28, 1896. 4 pp.

(Senate Rp. 136.)
Same, amending ami favoring Senate bill 1511, to pension Jane

Stewart Whiting, as substitute for Senate bill 313. Jan. 28, 1896.

2 pp. (Senate R;>. 135.)



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Morgan. John T. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations, sub-
mitting Senate concurrent resolution 19, that Spain be requested to
accord Cuban armies rights of belligerents, as substitute for Senate
joint resolution 4; with views of minority. Jan. 29, 1896. 13 pp.
"(Senate Rp. 141.)

Murphy, Edward, jr. Report from Committee on Commerce, favoring
Senate bill 628, to provide American register for steamer Miami.
Jan. 9, 1896. 1 p. (Senate Rp. 35.)

Pasco, Samuel. Report from Committee on Claims, favoring Senate bill
271, for relief of Newberry College. Jan. 15, 1896. 3 pp. (Senate
Rp. 74.)

Same, amending and favoring Senate bill 100, for relief of estate of

John R. Bigelow. Jan. 20, 1896. 4 pp. (Senate Ep. 85.)

Report from Committee on Commerce, favoring Senate bill 677, to

provide American registers for barks Minde and Johan Ludwig.
Jan. 20, 18D6. 1 p. (Senate Ep. 84.)

Eeport from Committee on Public Lands, favoring Senate bill 824,

to require patents to be issued to land settled under act to provide
for armed occupation of part of Florida. Jan. 30, 1896. 2pp. (Sen-
ate Ep. 152.)

Peffer, William A. Eeport from Committee on Pensions, amending and
favoring Senate bill 466, to grant increase of pension to William
Brown. Jan. 14, 1896. 2 pp. (Senate Ep, 66. )

Perkins, George C. Eeport from Committee on Naval Affairs, favoring