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Mr. Morris; Committee on Public Lands 699.

H. B. 16608—

For the relief of the estate of J. H. Choice.
Mr. Burgess; Conunittee on War Claims 689.

H. B. 16609-

Granting a pension to James Monty.

Mr. Emerson; Committee on Inyalld Pensions 609.

H. R. 16610—

Gra iting an increase of pension to Rudolph Ralle.
Mr. Evans; Committee on Inyalid Pensions 099.

H. R. 16611—
Granting an increase of pension to Leonard Beyer.
Mr. Evans; Committee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16612—

Granting an increase of pension to Jeremiah H. Thompson.
Mr. Evans; Committee on Invalid Pensions 699.

H. B. 16613—

To correct the military record of John H. Williams.
Mr. Evans; Committee on Military Affairs 609.

H. B. 16614-
Granting an increase of pension to Lieut. John Nelson.
Mr. Evans; Committee on Invalid Pensions 009.

H.B. 16615—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry G. Hammond.

Mr. Foster of Vermont; Committee on Invalid Pensions 009.
H. B. 16616—
Granting an increase of pension to Louis Spicer.

Mr. Griffith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16617—

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Clay.

Mr. Griffith: Committee on Invalid Pensions 690.
H. B. 16618—
Correcting the military record of William Burke.

Mr. Griffith; Committee on Military Affairs 699.

H. B. 16619—

Granting a i>ension to Ella Cole.

Mr. Griffith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 090.
H. B. 16620—
For the relief of Elizabeth W. Simmons.
Mr. Hay; Committee on Pensions 699.

H. B. 16621—

For the relief of Alexander Hogeland.
Mr. Irwin; Committee on War Claims 699.

H. B. 16622—

For the relief of Margaret Morarity.

Mr. Kehoe; Committee on "War Claims 699.— Beported back for refer-
ence to Court of Claims (H. B. Beport 8145) 7d9.

H. B. 16628—

For the relief of the estate of Ann S. Jackson.

Mr. Kehoe; Committee on War Claims 699.— Beported back for refer-
ence to Court of Claims (H. B. Bsport 3146) 759.



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H. B. 16624 -

Granting a pension to Julia G. Mttrphy , foster mother of Albert
J. Mnrpny.
Hr. Eehoe; Oommlttee on Invalid Pensions OBO.

H. B. 16626—

Granting a pension to Henry Proyeanz.

Mr. Lever; Ck>mmittee on Pensions OBO.
H. B. 16626—
Granting an increase of pension to Solomon Knight.

Mr. Meroer; Ck>nunittee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16627—

For the relief of James W. Kenney.

Mr. Powers of Massachusetts; Oonunittee on Claims OBO.
n.*B. 16628—
Granting a pension to Mary J. Lansing.
Mr. Shafroth; Ck>mmittee on Invalid Pensions 099.
H. B. 16629—
Granting a pension to Catherine Elizabeth Selby.
Mr. Shafroth; Ck>mmlttee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16680—

Granting an increase of pension to Martin L. Shnll.
Mr. Shafroth; Committee on Invalid Pensions 609.
H. B. 16631-
Granting an increase of pension to Henry T. Miller.
Mr. Shafroth; Committee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16682—

Granting a pension to Anderson J. Smith.
Mr. Shafroth; Committee on Invalid Pensions 099.
n. B. 16633-
To remove the charge of desertion standing against the military
record of Henry Cool.
Mr. Sherman; Committee on Military Affairs 099.

H. B. 16634—

For the relief of A. G. Hawkins, administrator of the estate of
George H. Prince, deceased.
Mr. Sims; Committee on War Claims 099.

H. B. 16635—

Granting an increase of pension to Orville W. Sage.

Mr. Henry C. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 090.
H. B. 16686—
Granting an increase of i)ension to John A. Gragg.

Mr. Henry C. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 099.

H. B. 16637-

Granting an increase of i)ension to Ethelbert Cronse*

Mr. Snook; Conjnittee on Invalid Pensions 099.
H. B. 16638—
Granting a pension to Aaron Taylor.

Mr. Snook; Committee on Pensions 090.

H. B. 16689—

Granting an increase of pension to William E. Temple.

Mr. Stark; Committee on Invalid Pensions 600.
H. B. 16640—
Granting a pension to James W. Davis.

Mr. Tompkins of New York; Committee on Invalid Pensions 690.

H. B. 16641-

Granting an increase of pension to Iddo S. Hayes.
Mr. Cannon; Committee on Invalid Pensions 699.
H. B. 16642—
Making appropriations to snpply additional urgent deficiencies
in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1908.
Mr. Cannon; from the Committee on Appropriations (H. B. Report
3106) and passed House 781, 760.— Referred to Senate Committer on
Appropriations 763.— Reported back and passed Senate 8U.— Examined
ancf sijfned 903, 933, 1080.- Approved by President 1016.

H. B. 16648—

To authorize the Donora Southern Railroad Company, a cor-
poration organized and existing under the laws of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to construct and maintain
a bridge across the Monongahela River in the State of
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Acheson; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 700.—
Reported back (H. R. Report 3888) 1346.



n. B. 16644—

To provide for a drawback and refunding of duties on coal to
July 1,1904.
Mr. Thayer; Committee on Ways and Means 700.

H. B. 16646—

Relating to the pasrment and disposition of pension money due
to inmates of the Government Hospital for the Insane.
Mr. Londenslager; Committee on Pensions 700.

H. B. 16646—

To authorize the construction of a bridge across Bogue Chitto,
in the State of Louisiana.
Mr. Robertson; Committee on Interstate and Foreigrn Commerce 700.—
Reported back with amendment (H. R. Rsport 8408) 1894.— Passed
House 1695.— Referred to ^Senate Committee on Commerce 1646.— Re-
ported back 1719.— Passed Senate 1788.— Examined and signed 1971,
1974, 2172.— Approved by President 2367.

H. B. 16647—

To appropriate $150,000 for the promotion of salmon culture in
Alaska.
Mr. Cnshman; Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries 700.

H. B. 16648—

To authorize national banks to issue currency secured by the
deposit of United States, State, and municipal bonds, and
for other purposes.
Mr. Cochran; Committee on Banking and Currency 700.

H. B. 16649— '

To provide rebate of duties on coal, and for other purposes.
Mr. Payne, from the Committee on Ways and Means (H. R. Rkpobt
8108) 741, 758, 700.-Debated and passed Honse 784, 788. 796.-Ref erred
to Senate Committee on Finance 777.— Reported back with amend'
ment, debated, amended, and passed Senate 777.— Honse concurs in
Senate amendment 802.— Examined and signed 806, 811.— Approved by
President 804.

H. B. 16650—

To provide for the erection of an addition to the public building
in the city of Fargo, N. Dak.
Mr. Marshall; Committee on PabUc Buildings and Grounds 700.

H. B. 16651—

To fix the time for holding the United States districfc and cir-
cuit courts in the northern and middle districts of Alabama.
Mr. Clayton; Committee on Judiciary 700.— Reported back (H. R. Rk-
PORT 8157) 900.— Passed House 1328.— Referred to Senate Committee
on Judiciary 1850.- Reported back and passed Senate 1603.— Examined
and signed 1718, 1742, 1800.- Approved by President 2022.

H. B. 18652-

To regulate interstate and foreign commerce in coal.

Mr. Gibson; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 70Ql

H. B. 16658—

Providing for the election of a Delegate from the Territory of
Alaska to the House of Representatives.
Mr. Cnshman; Committee on Territories 700.

H. B. 16654—

To provide for a review of the acts, decisions, and rulings of
the Post-Office Department, under the provisions of sec-
tions 8894 and 8929 of the Revised Statutes of the United
States and the acts amendatory thereof.
Mr. Smith of Illinois; Committee on Post-Office and Post-Roads 700.

H. B. 16655—

Authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to gather statistics
relating to production of cotton and wheat, and raising
revenue to defray the expense thereof.
Mr. Burleson; Committee on Ways and Means 700.

H. B. 16656—

Regulating the imx>ortation of breeding animals.

Mr. Dick; Committee on Ways and Means 700.— Reported back (H. R.
Report 8078) 1972.— Debated and pa-ssed House a).'J9.— Referred to Sen-
ate Committee on Finance 2038.— Reported ba"k with am'^ndment
2299.— Consideration objected to 2502.— Amended and passed Senate
2747.— House concurs in Senate amendment 28:?1.— Examined and
signed 2862, 2863, 2949.— Approved by President 3057.

H. R. 16657-

To extend the coinage system of the United States to the
Philippine Islands.
Mr. Jones of Virginia; Committee on Insular Affairs 700.

H. B. 16668—

Granting an increase of pension to Jonathan D. Harrington.
Mr. Ball of Delaware; Committee on ^vaUd Pensions 760.



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H. B. 10859—

Granting an increase of pension to Joseph H. Chambers.
Mr. Ball of Delaware; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. R. 10000—

Granting a pension to Sallie H. Hoffecker.

Mr. Ball of Delaware; Committee on Inyalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10881—

For the relief of Richard P. Tindel.

Mr. Brundldge; Committee on Militaiy AiTairs 760.

H. B. 18602—

To remove the charge of desertion against Alfred Paul Lang.
Mr. Bull; Committee on Naval Affairs 760.

H. B. 18863-

Appropriating §57.75 to compensate Barney Harris, alias Bar-
ney Martin, for transporting the mail during the year 1898.
Mr. Burleson; Committee on Post-Office and Post-Roads 760.
H. B. 10004—
Granting a pension to Alexander Bradley.
Mr. Burton; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.
H.B. 10005—
Granting a pension to John Wilhelm.

Mr. Cassingham; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.
H. B. 10000-
To appoint Maj. Williana Crawford Gor^as, surgeon, United
States Army, to the' grade of assistant surgeon-general,
United States Army, with the rank of colonel.
Mr. Clayton; Committee on Military Affairs 760.

H. B. 10007—

Granting an increase of pension to Leroy N. Bnell.

Mr. Cooi)er of Wisconsin: Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.— Reported
back with amendment (H. R. Report 34l'»3) IteS.— Passed House 2215
2237.— Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions :244.~Reported
l>ack (S. Report 9240) 2*98.— Passed Senate 2644.— Examined and
signed 2766, 2776, 2837.— Approved by President 3076.

H. B. 10008—

For the relief of Isaac d'Isay.

Mr. Cowherd; Committee on Military Affairs 760.

H. B. 10009—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Clinton M. Casey.
Mr. Crowlejr; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10070—
Granting a pension to Alba B. Bean.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Pensions 760.

H. B. 10071—

Granting an increase of pension to William Neely.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10072—

Granting an increase of pension to Mathias Johns.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10073—
Granting an increase of pension to Thomas L. Norman.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10074—

Granting an increase of pension to James C. Wheat.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H.B. 10075—

To remove the charge of desertion against James Leevis.
Mr. Crowley; Committee on Military Affairs 760.

H. B. 10070—

Granting a pension to Elizabeth French.

Mr. Thomas of North Carolina; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10077—

Granting a pension to John M. Heath.

Mr. Gilbert; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10078—

Granting a pension to Abe L. McAnelly.
Mr. Gilbert; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10079—
Granting a pension to Sarah A. Dennison.

Mr. Greene of MasaachnfiettB; Committee on Invalid PensionB 760.



H. B. 10080—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary A. Foster.

Mr. Greene of Massachusetts; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. iq081—

Granting a pension to Mary T. Anglnm.

Mr. Greene of Massachusetts; Committee on Invalid Pensions 760.

H. B. 10082—

Granting a x>ension to Elizabeth Neilan.

Mr. Greene of Massachusetts; Committee on Pensions 760.

H, B. 10083—

Authorizing the President to place William Welsh on the retired
list with the rank of colonel.
Mr. GUI; Committee on Military Affairs 760.

H, B. 10084—

For the relief of the estate of Alfred Swearingin.
Mr. Henry of Mississippi; Committee on War Claims 761.

H. B. 10085—

For the relief of the legal representatives of C. M. Bozeman,
deceased.
Mr. Lewis of Georgia; Committee on War Claims 761.

H. B. 10080—

For the relief of the estate of C. C. Adams.
Mr. Maddox; Committee on War Claims 761.

H. B. 10087—

Granting a pension to Susan E. McCarty.
Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10088—

Granting an increase of pension to James H. Semands.
Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10089—

Granting a pension to Amelia Strain.
Mr. Mors; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10080—

Granting an increase of pension to B. H. Kirby.
Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10091—

Granting a pension to Martha Jewell.

Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10092—

Granting an increase of pension to William Bewley*

Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10093—

Granting a pension to Granor Owens.

Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 10094—
Granting an increase of pension to Simeon B. Leech.

Mr. Moss; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16095—

To refund certain taxes paid by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing
Company, of Milwaukee, Wis.
Mr. Ot jen; Committee on Claims 761.

H. B. 10090—

To increase the pension of Freeling H. Amick.

Mr. Padgett; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Reported baclc with
amendment (H. R. Rkport asiij) 1869.— Passed House 2886, 2237.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions aM4. — ^Reported back (S. Re-
port 3181) 2433.— Passed Senate 2«41.— Examined and sifirned 2753, 2776.
2948.— Approved by President 3()77.

H. B. 10097—

Granting a x>ension to Ellen Johnson.

Mr. Patterson of Tennessee; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Re-
ported back with amendment (H. R. Report 8174) 1024.- Passed
House 1138, 1150.— Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 1174.—
Reported back (S. Report 2922) 1929.— Passed Senate 2629.— Examined
and signed 2768, 2776, 2838.— Approved by President 3075.

fl. B. 10098—

For the relief of the estate of James L. Pierce, deceased.
Mr. Robertson; Oommittee on War Claims 76L

H. B. 10099—

For the relief of Alphonse Henillon.

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H. B. 16700—

Authomdng the Preflident of the United States to nominate and
appoint Daniel Clarke, of Maryland, a captain in the United
States Army.
Mr. Schirm; Committee on Military Affairs 761.

H. B. 16701—

Granting an increase of pension to James Bliss.
Mr. Scott; Oommittee on Pensions 761.

H. B. 16702—

Granting an increase of pension to P. S. Likes.
Mr. Scott; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 18703—

Granting a pension to John R. Costen.

Mr. Sims; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Beference changed to
Committee on Pensions 1107.

H. B. 16704—

Granting an increase of pension to John H. Beed.
Mr. Sims; Committee on Pensions 761.

H. B. 16705—

For the relief of J. M. Rice.

Mr. Sims; Committee on War Claims 761. '

H. B. 16706—

Granting an increase of pension to J^ob H. Rogers.

Mr. Smith of Iowa; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16707—
Granting an increase of pension to Aaron C. Perry,
Mr. Smith of Iowa; Committee on InTalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16708—

Granting a pension to J. A. Zabrickie.

Mr. Samuel W. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16709—
Granting a pension to C. E. Snyder.

Mr. Samuel W. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 76L
H. B. 16710—
Granting an increase of pension to Charles Fnrse.
Mr. Henry C. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H.B. 16711—
Granting a pension to Ann Gilbert.

Mr. Sperry; Committee on Pensions 761.— Reported back with amend-
ments (H. R. Report 3801) 1068.— Passed House 1149, 1168.- Referred
to Senate Committee on Pensions 1174.— Reported hack (S. Report
2771 ) 1632.— Passed Senate 1881.— Examined and si^^ed 2080, 2066, 2173.—
Approved by President 2467.

H. B. 16712—

Granting an increase of pension to Josephine Rettig.

Mr. Taylor of Alabama; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Reported
bw.k with amendment (H. R. Report 3620) 1869.— Passed Honae 2225.
2237.— Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2244.— Reported back
with amendment (S. Report 3254) 2496.— Amended and passed Sen-
ate 2844. ^^

H. B. 16718-

Granting an increase of pension to Jason M. Case.
Mr. Trimble; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16714—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary A. F, Gilmore.

Mr. Trimble; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 3617) 1860.— Passed House 2226, 2237.— Re-
ferred to Senate Oommittee on Pensions 2244.— Reported back (S. Re-
port 3257) 2409.— Passed Senate 2645.— Bzamined and signed 2766, 2776,
2837.— Approved by President 3076.

H. B. 16715—
Granting a pension to Caroline Hurley.
Mr. Trimble; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H.B. 16716—

For the relief of Robert Langston.

Mr. Trimble; Committee on War Claims 76L

H. B. 16717—

Granting an increase of pension to Albert W, Thompson.

Mr. Yreeland; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 3330) 1292.— Passed House 2208, 2236.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2244.— Rexx>rted back (8. Rs-
port 3221) 2496.-Pag8ed Senate 2642.— Examined and signed 2766,2776.
2838.— Approved by President 3076.

H. B. 16718—

For the relief of F. P. Brower.

Mr. Williams of Mississippi; Committee on Posi-Oflloe and Pdrt^Boads
761.



H.B. 16710 -

Granting an increase of pension to Snyder H. Osbom.
Mr. Williams of Illinois; Committee on Invalid Pensions 761.

H. B. 16720—

For establishing a light vessel near Healds Bank, off Galveston
Harbor, Texas.
Mr. Borflress: Committee on Interstate and Foreifm Commerce 80S.— Re-
ported back with amendment (H. R. Report 371)3) 2062.

H. B. 16721-
To authorize the abandonment of W street NE., Washington,
D.C.
Mr. Jenkins; Committee on District of Colimibia 806.

H. B. 16722—
To provide for the erection of a bronze statue to the memory
of the late Samuel J. Tilden, at Washington, D. C.
Mr. Sulzer; Committee on Library 803.

H. B. 16723—

To prohibit the wearing or use of official badges or decorations
of the Union Veteran Legion and other military and civil
societies duly organized in the District of Columbia and in
the Territories of the United States, and making the un-
lawful wearing or use of such a misdemeanor, providing
punishment therefor.
Mr. Jenkins; Committee on Military Affairs 806.

H. B. 16724-
To provide an additional judge of the district court of the
United States for the southern district of New York.
Mr. Lessler; Committee on Judiciary 808.— Reijorted back with amend-
ment (H. R. Report 3166) 079.— Debated and passed Honso 1331.—
Referred to Senate Committee on Judiciary 1350.— Retwrted back
1581.— Passed Senate 1632.— Examined and signed 1718, 1742, 1866.— Ap-
proved by President 1948.

H. B. 16725—

To increase the limit of cost for the erection of a custom-house
building at San Francisco, Cal.
Mr. Kahn; Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 806.

H. B. 16726—

To define the meaning of an act approved May 9, 1876 (19 Stat.
L., p. 52), relinquishing the interests of the United States
in certain lands to the city and county of Sui Francisco,
State of Calif omia.
Mr. Kahn; Committee on Military Affairs 808.

H. B. 16727—

For the erection of a light-house in Boston Harbor.

Mr. Conry; Committee on Interatate and Foreign Commerce 806.— Re-

S)rt:'d back with amendment (H. R. Report 8419) 1496.— Passed
ouse 22fl0.— Referred to Senate Committee on Commerce 2809.— Re-
ported back 2433.

H. B. 16728—
To increase the limit of the appropriation for a public building
at Martinsville, Va.
Mr. Swanson; Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 808.

H. B. 16729—
To correct the military record of Thomas W. Ferree.
Mr. Ball of Delaware; Committee on Military Affairs 808.
H. B. 16730—
For the relief of certain settlers on lands in Pueblo County,
Colo.
Mr. Bell; Committee on Public Lands 806.

H. B. 16731—

Permitting the town of Montrose, Colo., to enter 160 acres of
land for reservoir and -water purposes.

Mr. Bell; Committee on Public Lands 808.— Reported back with amend-
ments (H. R. Report 8404) 1393..— Passed Houj^o 1618.— Referred to Sen-
ate Committee on Public Lands ltW5.— Reported back (S. Report 2855)
and passed Senate 1977.— Examined and signed »m, 2086^ 2240.— Ap-
proved by President 2466.

H. B. 16732—

Granting an increase of pension to Caroline Heinzmann.

Mr. Bromwell; Committee on Invalid Pensions 806.

H.B. 16738—

Granting an increase of pension to Edward M. Tappen.
Mr. Douglas; Committee on Invalid Pensions S06.

H. B. 16734—

To provide an American register for the steamer Beanmont.

Mr. Fordney; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 808.—
Beference changed to Committee on Merchant Muine and Fisheries
lOeO, 1068.— Reported back (H. R. Bepobt 3771) 2176.— Debated and
passed House 2SS77.— Referred to Senate Committee on Commerce
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H. R. 16786—

, Granting an increase of pension to Joseph J. Sparling.
Mr. Fowler; Committee on I&yalid Pexisions 806.

H. B. 16786—

Granting an increase of pension to Albert B. Harryman.
Hr. Griffith; Committee on Peosioiui 809.

H. B. 16787—

Granting an increase of pension to Ira Stont.
Mr. Griffith; Committee on Inyalid PensionB 809.
H. B. 16788—
Granting a pension to Henry Pritchard.
Mr. Griffith; Committee on Invalid PensionB 809.
H. B. 16789—
To correct the military record of Lewis Gannon.
Mr. Griffith; Committee on Military Affairs 809.
H. B. 16740—
Granting an increase of pension to Isom Wilkerson.
Mr. Griffith: Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.

H.B. 16741—

Granting a pension to William Behrmann.
Mr. Hamilton; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.

H.B. 16742—

Granting an increase of pension to William Woodcock.
Mr. Haskins; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.
H. B. 16743—
For the relief of the estate of Claham Blackman, deceased, late
of Claiborne County, Miss.
Mr. Hooker; Committee on War Claims 809.
H. B. 16744—

To correct the record of Charles Ellis, late of the United States
Navy.
Mr. Kahn; Committee on Naval Affairs 809.
H. B. 16745—
Granting a pension to Harriet E. Green.

Mr. Kyle; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.
H. B. 16748—
To place Jobn Tempany, veterinarian Ninth United States Cav-
alry, on the retired list of the United States Army.
Mr. Noville: Committee on Mllitai'y Affairs 809.

H. B. 16747—
For the ralief of the heirs of Michael Holoran.
Mr. Padgett; Committee on War Claims 809.

H. B. 16748-

For the relief of William B. Booker.
Mr. Pierce; Committee on War Claims 809.

H.B. 16749—

Granting'an increase of pension to Henry P. Mesick.
Mr. Sherman; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.

H. B. 16750—

Granting a pension to Lanra Ann Willis.

Mr. Smith of Kentucky; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.

H. B. 16751—

Granting a x>ension to C. E. Snyder.

Mr. Samuel W. Smith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.

H. B. 16752—

Granting a pension to Anton Sauthoff .

Mr. Vandiver; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Repobt 3834} 1282.— Passed House 2208, 2236.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2244.— Reported back (S. Re-
port 3223) 2498.— Passed Senate 2842.— Examined and signed 2766, 2776,
2838.— Approved by President 3075.

H. B. 16758—

Removing the charge of desertion from the military record of
Thomas T. Inslee.
Mr. Wilson; Committee on Military Affairs 809.

H. B. 16754—
Granting an increase of pension to Benjamin F. Hughes.

Mr. Martin; Committee on Invalid Pensions 809.— Reported back with
amendments (H. R. Repobt 8436) 1624.— Passed House 2212, 2236.— Re-
f eiTed to Senate Committee on Pensions 2244.— Reported back (S. Re-
port 3179) 2433.-Pa88ed Senate 2640.— Examined and signed 2758, 2776,
2948.-Approved by President 3077.

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n. B. 16766—
Granting an increase of pension to Fannie T. Fisher.



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