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Bills of Lading

Bill to regulate (see bill H. R. 9176).

Bill to legalize foreign shipment (see bill H. R. 10458).

Biloxi and Back Bay Bridge Company

Bill to allow tham to bridge Biloxi Bay (see bill H. B.
236).

Bimetallism

Report of Secretary of Treasury relative to (S. Ex. Doo.
2) 14.

Bin y ha m , Henry K (a Bepresentative from PennsylvankO
Appointad conferee 1166.
Appointed on funeral committee 505.
Appointed teller 964.
Appointed visitor to Naval Academy 2366.

Amendments offered by, to

Sundry civil appropriation bill 866.
Bi/is and Joint resolutions introduced by

Brooke, John R: for relief (see bUl H. R. 10120) 500.

Gibson, Francis M: for relief (see bill H. R. 10000) 301.

Hanson, Jasper: for relief (see bill H. R. 10174) 552.

Paints: to regulate sale of (see bill H. R. 9976) 258.

Postage stamps: to allow redemption of (see bill H. R.
10288) 812.

Petitions and papers presented by, ftom

African Methodist Episcopal Church: for colored exhibit
at World's Fair 5.

Balch, Thomas Willing, and others: for repeal of silver-
purchase bill 840.

Erie (Pa.) Army and Navy Union: relative to retirement
of enlisted men 813.

Pennsylvania, citizens of Philadelphia: relative to immi-
gration laws 1118, 1605.

common council of Philadelphia; for channel be-
tween Raritan Bay and Delaware River 301.

Pennsylvania house of representatives: against opening
World's Pair on Sunday 2367.

Pennsylvania United Order of American Mechanics: rela-
tive to immigration laws 1118.

Philadelphia, citizens of: for amending immigration laws
727.

Philadelphia (Pa.) Charles Beck Paper Company; against
closing World's Fair on Sunday 813.

Philadelphia (Pa.) College of Physicians: for national quar-
antine 1310.

Philadelphia (Pa.) Grand Army post: relative to purchase
of Townsend library 670.

Philadelphia (Pa.) Master Builders' Exchange: for perma-
nent Census Bureau 813.

Philadelphia (Pa.) United American Mechanics: relatiye
to immigration laws 1353.

Remarks by, on

Army appropriation bill 151.

Artificial limbs 956, 957, 961.

District of Columbia appropriation bill 413.

Eight-hour law 1402.

Electric lighting 866.

Port Miffln lands 240, 241.

Pension appropriation bill 1343, 1654, 1655, 1754. 1755.

Post-Office appropriation bill 1763, 1802, 1812, 2569, 2570.

Rebellion Records 963, 964.

Rivers and harbors 1076, 1079,
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Bird, Clay O,

PeUtion for relief 1034.



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Bird, Thomas

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 10186).
Petition to remove charge of desertion 553.

Birkett, John

Bill for relief (see bill H. R.



Black Brigade

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 10587).
Black Walnut Harbor

• Report of Secretary of War on survey of (H. R. Ex. Doc.
69)51.

Blackburn, Joseph C. 5. (a Senator from Kentucky)

Appointed conferee 1184.

Appoint 3d on funeral committee 502.

Appointed taller on count of electoral vote 1093.
Amendments offered by, to

Deficiency appropriation bill 2002, 2147, 2420.

Hudson River, N. Y: bill to allow bridge across 1722.

Navy api^ropriation bill 1266.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1314.
Bi/Ja and Joint reao/utions introduced (ay

East End Electric Railway Company: to incorporate (see
bill S. 3524) 25.

Lee, Lucy, Ann, and Allen G:for relief (see bill S.3553) 46.
Motions and resoiutions offered by

Kenna, John E: on death of 502.

to pay expenses of funeral committee 588.

Petitions and papers presented by, from

Kentucky, citizens of: against religious legislation 1832.
Kentucky Legislatiure: for improvement of Signal Service
Bureau 289.

for repeal of Federal election laws 674.

Kentucky State Nicaragua Canal Convention: In favor of

Nicaragua Canal 586*.
Kentucky Unions: against closing World's Fair on Sun-
day 773.

Remoi'ks by, on

Cincinnati (Ohio) bridge 775.

Election laws 1682.

Geological Survey 1842.

Hudson River bridge 233, 1272, 1273, 2545, 2546.

Kendall, John W: death of 2428.

Kenna, John E: death of 502, 2222.

Post-office appropriation bill 2494.

Public land laws 1922.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1935, 2006.

Reports made by, from

(JommiUee on Naval Affairs

Cas3idy, John (bill S.3892) 2263.

Deficiency appropriation bill (amendment) 1508, 2086.
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Blackford, /. S. (administraior)
Petition for relief 519.

Blackwell, Polly

Papers referred in House 388.

Blades, WiUiamH.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 9893).

Blaine, James O,

Death announced 892, 894.
Blake, /. Thomas {administrator)

Petition for relief 67.

Blakeslee, Charles M,

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 10360).

Blalock Wheat-Growing Company

Bill for relief (see bill S. 3728).

Blanchard, Newton C (a Bepresentativefivm Louisiana)
^ Appointed teller 1116.

Chairman Committee of Whole 1756, 1801, 1941.
Bii/s and Joint resoiutions introduced by

Barrett, E. J: for relief (see bill H. R. 10321) 840.

Prudhomme, Caroline: for relief (see bill H. R. 9775) 43,



Blanchard— Continued.
Petitions andpapvrs presented by, from

Barrett, E. J: for relief 13.53.

Louisiana, citizens of Shrevesport: against closing World's
Fair on Sunday 728.

New Orleans (La.) Business Association: against admitting
foreign vessels to American registration 188.
Remarks by, on

Brunswick (Ga.) hai-bor 1798.

Clerks for members 2478.

Court of Claims 1300, 1387, 1388.

Hudson River bridge 806.

National quarantine 795.

New Orleans bridge 716.

New York Indians 705, 706.

Pension appropriation bill 1651, 1652, 1693, 1694.

Public land agents 1115.

Rivers and harbors 1024-1027, 1060-1063, 1070-1074, 1078.

Timber agents 867, 868, 869.
Reports made by, from
Cotnmittee on Bivers and Harbors

Chicago, 111., water lines (letter) 702.
Committee on Bivers and Harbors

Gi-een River (Ky.) lock (bill H. R. 10318; REPORT 2358) 834.
Hotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.
Bland, Bichard P. (a Bepresentativefrom JftsaouH)

Leave of *abdence granted to 500.
Biiis and Joint resoiutions introduced by

Miller, Christopher C: for relief (see bill H. R. 10347) 895.
motions and resoiutions offered by

Adjourn: to 187, 383, 384, 618.
Petitions and papers presented by, fhtm

King, Thomas S: for pension 94.
Remarfcs by, on

American marbles 1007, 1008.

Antioption bill 1104.

Antietam battle lines 1022.

Bloimt, Mr: services of 1208.

Bowen, George E: relief of 346, 348.

Cota, Harriet: pension to 352, 353.

District of Columbia appropriation bill 408,

French spoliation claims 2581, 2582.

Indian affairs 174.

Militia organization 448.

National bank circulation 1378.

New Orleans bridge 716.

Pension legislation 321 , 322, 323, 386.

Potomac River ice 725, 726.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2184-2188.

Three per cent bonds: issue of 2236.

World^s Columbian Exposition 2558, 2559.
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.
Blankenahip, John M,

Bill for relief (see bUl H. R. 10061).

Papers referred in House 389.

Block, S. J.

Bills for relief (see bills S. 3740; H. R. 10274).
Blodgett, Bujus (a SenaJtorfrom New Jersey)
Amendments offered by, to

Safety appliances on railroads: bill relative to 1477,
Biiis and Joint resoiutions introduced by

Acker, Antoinette: for relief (see bill S. 3865) 1564.
Arlington Reservation: granting railroad right of way

through (see bill S. 3711) 520.
Doubleday, Mary: to pension (see bill S. 3819) 1129.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

New Jersey, citizens of: relative to immigration laws 845,
2369.

citizens of Newark: against silver-pureha?e bill 974.

Remarlcs by, on

McDonald, Edward F: death of 1625.
Safety appliances on railroads 1477.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Pensions
Doubleday, Abner (Report 1270) 1313.
Slaughter, Ann M. (Report 1150) 463.
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Blood, Charles S,

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4375).

Blount, James H. (a Bepreseniativcfrom Georgia^
Appointed visitor to Naval Academy 2366.
Motions and rosofutt'ons oihrod bj

Committee on Foreign Affairs: to allow to sit during ses-
sion 717.
La A bra claim: for special order for consideration of 87.

Petitions and papers presented by, from

Georgia, citizens of Macon: against opening World's Fair
on Sunday 670.
Remarks by, on

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1206, 2288, 2289.
La Abra mining claim 114, 115, 120, 123.
Military Academy appropriation bill 2249.
Military posts 880, 881, 906.
Personal remarks 1208.

Post-office appropriation bill 1762, 1812, 1948, 1951, 2570.
Seal fisheries 1745, 1746.
Sundry civil appi*opriation bill 809, 810.
Washington and Arlington Railroad 1555-1559.
Heports made 4k« from
Commiike of conference
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. R.
10267) 2288.
Committee Oiv Foreign Affairs

Protection of seals (REPORT 2355) 834.
Committee mi Post-Office and Post-Boads
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. R.
10267; Report 2328) 749.
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Blow, George P.

Bill to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see bill H.
R. 8635).

Blue Mountain Irrigation and Ixii||irov«iiiftiit Omoj^any

Bill to grant right of wi^throagh Umatilla Indian Reser-
vation (see bill S. 3048).

Boatner, Churle8 J. (a Bepreseniaiitcefrom Louisiafm^
Bills and Joint resolutions introdttced ley

Douglass, J. L: for relief (see bill H. R. 10122) 500.
Representatives: to allow them to certify monthly amount

paid for clerk hire (see H. Res. 196) 1084.
Revised Statutes: to amend relative to bank circulation

(see bUl H. R. 10162) 516.
Richardson, Samuel: lor relief of estate (see bill H. R.

10121) 500.
War claims: to pay (see bill H. R. 10287) 812.

Petitions and papers presented by, from

American Brotherhood of Steamboat Pilots and Marine
Engineers' Association: against registry of foreign ves-
sels 287.
Remarlcs by, on

Antioption bUl 1102, 1103, 1151, 1152, 2235, 2356.

Clerks for members 2475, 2476, 2477, 2478.

Indian appropriaUon bill 2079, 2061, 2082, 2083, 2124.

Interstate-commerce law 713, 714.

La Abra mining olaim 117, 120, 122.

Meeting of Congress 491, 494, 495.

Militia organization 449.

National quarantine 756.

Question of oirder 1980.

Timber agents 870.

War claims 546.
Reports made by, from
ConrmStteeonJadieiary

Deady, M. P. (Report 2234) 516.

Railroad jurisdiction (Report 2526) 1744.

National monetary system (H. Res. 122) 2569.
¥otes of 8ee Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Boggs, Henderson H,

Bill to pension (see bill S. 3849).

Bolivar Navigation Cksminaiy

Bills to allow them to oonstruet ohianei wspom CMveston
Bay (see bUls H. R. 10016, 10096).



Bollinger, Joel

BUI for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 9904).
Bollinger, Joseph B.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 10393).

Petition for relief 1085.

Bollman,Li/d/a

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 8969).
Bonds. 6Vf Official Bonds.

Bondfl cf United 8tatoa. tiec Debt of United States. *
Bone, /. T.

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Mis. Doo.
29) 87.

Bonners Ferry, Idaho

Bills to make port of delivery (see bills S. 3814; H. B. 10413).
Borchers, Caroline

BUI far relief (see bill S. 3535).
Borland, Charles H,

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H.R. 10077).
Bodtwick, Fannie

Petition for relief b'rl.
Bounty Lands. 5ec Military Bounty Lands.

Boutelle, Charles A. (a Repvestniatioe ftflm Maim)

Appointed teller 1113.
Bills and Joint resolutions introdueod by

Dalot, Peter: for relief (see bUl H. R. 10049) 354.

District of Columbia: to change name of raaervstion in
(see bill H. R. 10815) 839.
Petitions and papers pre^mM ky, from

Bangor(M«.) Board of Trade: for reiwal of silver-purchase
act 728.

Dalot, Peter: for relief 388, 728.

Hamilton ( Me. ) Unitarian Society : against oleeiagr World's
Fair on Sunday 840.

Maine, citizens of: for prohibitory legislation 718.

against oi^ening World's Fwir on Sunday 84d-

against closing World's Fair on Sunday 718^ 840.

citizens of Pembroke: for Sunday law 355.

Physicians of Penobscot County: for aid for Medioal Con-
gress 355.

Maine Woman s Christian Temperance Union: against
opening World's Pair on Sunday 718.
Remarks by, on

Common carriers 148, 172.

Election supervisors 1107-1111, 1116.

Leerislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bUl 1306.

Militia organization 447.

National quaramtine 764, 765, 804.

Norfolk and Western Railroad Company 450.

Navy appropriation bill 1877, 1878, 1879, 2567.

Pension appropriation bill 1633-1639, 1755.

Post-OfBce appropriation bill 1805, 1806.

Public printing 64.
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.
Bowen, George E,

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 6276^
Bowen, Wilhert

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4959).

Bowers, L. G.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 10069),

Bowers, William W. (a B^rese^xtaXive frwi Oxii^vniftO
Mmendments offered by, to

Cherokee Outlet: bill relative to 578.
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1348^
1350, 1351.
Bif/s and Joint resolutions introduoed kM

Bailhache, William H: to place on army retired list (aea

bill H. R. 10047) 354.
Haraszthy, Augustus: for relief of assignees (aee bili^.

H. 9792)67.
Mclvey, James M: for relief (see bill H. R. VHim) ^54.
Sout^m Pacific Railroad Company: for relief oi aettlera
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Bowers — Continued .
Petitions and papers presenM by, fhm

Calif omia, citizens of: against religious legifilatlon and
for opening World's Pair on Sunday 1768.

citizens, of Los Angeles: for reolasisifying and in-
creasing pay of post-office clerks 1263.

citizens of Monterey: relative to Nicaragua Canal

1884.

citizens of Santa Barbara: for relief of post-office

clerks 967.

for repeal of silver-purchase bill 1263.

physicians of San Diego: for aid for Medical Con-



Lob Angeles County (Cal.) Medical Association: for aid for

Medi^ Congress ^7.
San Berrandino County (Cal.) Medical Society and others:

for aid for Medical Congress 1310.
Southern California, citizens of: for relief of post-office

clerks 967.
VenturaCounty (Cal.) Medical Society: for aid far Medical

Congress 967.
itemarks by, m

Cherokee Outlet 572, 573, 578.

Indian appropriation bill 2020, 2065, 2066, 2072, 2077, 2132,

2135, 2137, :il38.
National quarantine 760.
Pension appropriation bill 1601, 1697.
Public land survey 872.
Settlers on railroad land grants 13)8-1351.
MBperis mude fyf, from
Committee on 3£ilitarif Affaii^
Hayford, Lucius (Report 2202) 387.
Seamer, Henry €. (Report 280^ 727.
.¥ote8 of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Bowman, Thomas (a Eepresentativefrwn i(nooO
Bi/is and Joint resoIuHone iatroduced try

Cheout, Jacob: for relief (see bill H.R. 1Q216J 019.
Council Bluflfs, Iowa: to provide for port of delivery at

(see bill H. R. 10381) 1084.
Holden, William: to pension (see bill H.R. 10022) .325.
Lutta, John £: to pension (see biUH. R. 99583 220.
fiemHom and papers preesnted by, froai

Farmers* National Congress: relative to amending inter-
state-commerce law 301.
Iowa, citizens of: i^ainst closing World's Fair on Sunday

552, 670.
citizens of Logan: for increaaeof pension for Mexi-
can soldiers 73.
Missouri Valley (Iowa) International A8Sociatk>n of Me-
chanics: relative to sugar mapkinery 498.
Hemarlta by, m

Council Blufite, Iowa, port of delivery 1627.
Jfetee ef. See Yea-and-Nay Votisb.

Jto^ Qe&rge W.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. fi221J.

Boyd, Joi^h 2\

Papers withdrawn in House 1559.

Boyd, Orsemus B.

Bill for relief of legal lepvesentotives (see bill .8. 1920).

Boyden, Mrs* E, X.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10076).

Boyer, Mary E,

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 9965).

Boylea, Jennie

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 9782).

Braddock and Homestead Bridge Compeaiy

Bill to allow them to bridge Monongi^isla River (aee bill
H. R. 10579).

Bradford, Delzell B.

Bill to pension (see biU H.B. 6737).

3rad8haw, BezekiaJi

Petition for relief 1605.



Branch, W. A. B, (a B^^remd&iive frofni North Oirolaia)
Leave of absence granted to 1084.
Bi/fs a/idjoiot reselutions introduced by

Indian Territory: for relief of Indians on (see bill H. R.

10169) 551.
Newport (N. C.) Baptist Church: for relief (see bill H. R.
10340) 883.
Ifi^s of. See Yea-and-^ay Votes.

Branham. Henry F.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 10275).
Papers referred in House 827.

Branham, Lucy A,

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4813).
Brant, Bntton

BiU to pension (see bill S. 3627).
Bratt, C. P.

BiU to correct mUitary record (see bUl H. R. 9218).

Brawley, TfiWiawi H, (a Bepresentativefroni SoutJi Caix>Una)
Leave of absence granted to 2013.
Remarks by, on

Citadel Academy: relief of 209.
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. i

Brazos Biver, T^as

Bills for light-houses at mouth of (see bUls S. 3660; H.£L

6534). I-
BiU to improve (see bUl H. R. 10456).
Report of Seci-etary of War on survey of (H. R. Ex. DOO.

136)208.

Breckinridge, Cliften E. (« S^preseraative from Arkcmsa^
Bills and joint resolutions introduced if

Bowers, L. G: for relief (see bUl H. R. 10069) 388.
California avenue. District of Columbia: to aarraw (see

Mil H. R. 10039) 354.
Cook, Peter: for reUef (see biU H. R. 10217) 619.
Carnett, A. S: for reUef (see bUl H. H. 10431) 1262.
Hot Bprhigs Reservation: granting railroad right of way

throi^ (see biU H- R. 10239) 669.
James, Henry: for relief (aee bill H. R. 10^7) 918.
SUver buUion: to amend act for purchase of (see bUl H. R.

1(^95) 1994.
Treasury notes: to discontinue issue of (see bill H. R. 10599)

2032.
Turner, John, estttbe of: for relief (see bill H. R. 10261) 1027.
Whisky trust: to repeal ima^eased subsldi^ granted to
(see H.Res. 197) 1084.
Motions and resolMtiona offered by

Treasury: inquiry vetkfiia^B to condition of 125.
Petitions and papers presented by^ from

Arkansas, citizens of De VaUs Bluff: against closing
World's Fair on Sunday 883.

citizens of Fort Smith: against union of choroh and

State 516.

citiaens of White Coimty: a^painst aid to Nicaragua

Canal 1718.
Chaotaln^ Elizabeth M: war claim 840.
Gilbreath, Lorenzo D: for pension 461.
Harding, Thomas: for removal of charge ol desertion 22,

461.
Pearson, PhiUia, William, Caiarles,j0lm, and Joduia: war

claim 840.
Turner, John: war cl*dm 840.
Remarks by, on

ArkaaiBBS awunp-land claims 615.
District of Columbia appropriatum blU 409, 410, 411.
Hot Springy (Ark.) \sMi privileges 1939.
Indian affairs 178, 179.
Order of buainess 2351, 2352.
Rivers and harbors 1077.
Talkington, Isaac W: reUef of estate 442.
Treasury investigation 108, 109.
Reperfs made by, fNm
CommiUee on Appropriations
Permanent and indefinite appropriations (biU H. R. 448)
2465.
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Breckinridge. WiUiam C. P. Ca BemtserUativefrom Kentuckv^
BillB and joint reso/utions introduced by

Interntional arbitrations: to publish history of (see H. Res.

164) 21.
Revised Statutes: to repeal certain sections of (see bill H.
R 9749) 21.
Petitions afd fiitporBprese/itod 6y, ftom

Louisville (Ky.) Board of Trade: against purchase of sil-
ver bullion 718.
Remarks by, f

Fortification appropriation bill 349, 350.
Horse railroad charter 1537.
Order of business 3')0.
Sundry civil appropriation bill 811, 2608.
Reports made by, from

CJommitiee of oovsfererux

Fortifications appropriation bill (bill H. R. 9923) 1537.
Committee on Appropnations
Fortifications appropriation bill (bill 3. R. 9923; REPORT
2164) 190, 1257.
ITotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Breman, Bridget

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 8246).
Brennan, Bernard

Petition for relief from charge of desertion 327.
Brennan, Margaret

BUI to pension (see bill S. 3807).

Breslin, Honora

Bill to pension (see bill S. 3642).

Bret2s, John L, (a Bepresentativefrom Indianci)
Appointed on committee 69.
Resignation from committee 68.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Education report: to print 1605.
fetitions and papers presented by, from

Illinois Sabbath Association: relative to opening World's

Fair on Sunday 220.
Indiana, citizens of: against closing World's Fair on Sun-
day 728.
Ohio Sabbath Association: against opening World's Fair
on Sunday 355.
Remarks by, on

Blue Mountain Irrigation Company 320.
Warwick, John G: death of 1826.
Reports made by, from
Committez on Public Buildings and Grounds
South Bend (Ind.) public building (Report 2516) 1690.
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.

Brice, Calvin 8. (a Senator from Ohio)
Amendments offered by, to

Safety appliances on railroads: bill relative to 1369, 1371.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1781, 1786.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Elliott, Thomas M: for relief (see bUl S. 3745) 734.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Hayes, Rutherford B: on death of 722.

Warwick, John G: on death of 46, 2424.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Cincinnati (Ohio) Builders' Exchange: for Torrey bank-

' ruptey bUl 327,

Cincinnati (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce: relative to In-
terstate Commerce Commission 1312.

Cincinnati (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce: in favor of Nica-
ragua Canal 328.

Cincinnati (Ohio) Commercial Club: for repoal of silver-
purchase law 1312.

Cincinnati (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce and Merchants'
Exchange: for repeal of silver-purchaso act 554.

Cleveland (Ohio) Army and Navy Union: for retirement
of enlisted men 327.

Cleveland (Ohio) Board of Trade: for national quarantine
327.

Columbus (Ohio) Trades and Labor Assembly: for perma-
nent Census Bureau 1312.



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Petitions and papers presented by, from

Dayton (Ohio) Board of Trade: for repeal o( silver-pur-
chase act 674.

Dayton (Ohio) Brotherhood of Palntars and Decorators:
for permanent Census Bureau 1312.

Dayton (Ohio) Single-Tax Club: for permanent Census
Bureau 103 ).

Delaware (Ohio) Grange: for anti option bill 155.

Domer, Frank A: against opening World's Fair on Sun-
day 1035.

Evans, G. F: against closing Worlds Fair on Sunday 554.

Hurd, A: for reform in pension system 328.

Leetonia (Ohio) Farmers* Institute: for antioption bill 155.

Middletown (Ohio) Society of Christian Endeavor: against
opening World's Fair on Sunday 2 k

Ohio, citizens of: relative to immigration laws 1035.

for bureau of roads 674.

relative to interstate commerce 554.

against opening World's Fair on Sunday 24, 1035,

1312.

citizens of Columbus: against opening World's Pair

on Sunday 24.

citizens of Hamilton County: for certain legislation

155.

citizens of Marion County: against union of church

and state 24.

citizens of Overton: against opening World's Fair

on Sunday and sale of liquors 24.

citizens of Pike County: for antioption bill 24.

citizens of Springfield: relative to grain combine

and antioption bill 328.

citizens of Wyandot County: for antioption bill 674.

Ohio Association: against closing World's Fair on

Sunday 772.

Ohio board of agriculture and granges: for antioption
bill 772.

Ohio boards of health: for national quarantine 1035, 1312.

^ relative to immigration laws 772, 1035.

Ohio churches and societies: against opening World's
Fair on Sunday 2, 4, 155, 328. 729.

against sale of liquors at World's Fair 554.

Farmers' Alliances and Granges: for antioption bill 328.

Ohio Farmers' Institute: for antioption bill 554, 1035, 1312.

Ohio Journeymen Tailors' Unions: relative to importation
of wearing apparel 24, 155.

Ohio Society of Christian Endeavor: against opening
World's Fair on Sunday 24.

Ohio Society of Surveyors and Civil Engineers: for testing
American woods 1033.

Ohio State board of health: for suspension of immigration
554.

Ohio United American Mechanics: relative to immigra-
tion laws 1035, 13r^.

Steubenville (Ohio) Journeymen Tailors' Union: relative
to importation of wearing apparel 24.

Toledo (Ohio) Produce Exchange: against antioption bill
24.

Toledo (Ohio) Young Men's Christian Association: rela-
tive to rates of postage on second-class matter 1035.

United States, grain-growers of: relative to grain com-
bine and antioption bill 328.

Wallace, Edward J: for better roads 772.

Whittaker, James T: relative to publication of ** The In-
dex Medicus " 1035.

Wood, D. K: for road bureau 1035.

Zanesville (Ohio) Central Labor Union: for amending im-
migration laws 24.

Zanesville (Ohio) Knights of Labor: for amending immi-



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