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H. B. 16903-

Granting a pension to Susan J. Lawrence.
Mr. Swann; Committee on Invalid Pensions 980.

H. B. 16904—

Granting an increase of x)ension to Clark Robinson«
Mr. Thomas of Iowa; Committee on Invalid Pensions 980.

H. B. 16905—

Granting a pension to Dudley R. W. Williams.
Mr. Brandegee; Committee on Pensions 960.

H. B. 16906—

Granting a pension to Ellender C. Miller.
Mr. Lewis of Georgia; Committee on Pensions 980.

H. B. 16907—

Granting a pension to Udariah English.

Mr. Lewis of Georgia; Committee on Pensions 980.

H. B. 16908—

Granting an increase of pension to Matilda Burks.
Mr. Lewis of Georgia; Committee on Pensions 980.

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H. B. 16909—

To amend an act entitled ''An act authorizing the construction
of a bridge across the Cumberland River at or near Car-
thage, Tenn.,'* approved March 2, 1901.
Mr. Snodgrass; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 979.—
Reported back (H. R. Rkpokt 3403) 1398.— Passed House 1605.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Commerce 1645.— Reported back 1719.—
Passed Senate 2437.— Examined and signed 2580, 2596, 2728.— Approved
by President 2948.

H. B. 16910—

Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904.
Mr. Wadsworth, from Committee on Agriculture (H. R. Report 32G9)
1004, 1U2B.— Debated, amended, and passed House 1206, 1229.— Referred
to Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 1254.— Reported
back with amendments (S. Report 3214) 2496.— Debated 2545.—
Amended and passed Senate 2604.— House disagrees to Senate amend-
ments 2764.— ^nate insists upon its amendments 2815.— Conference
appointed 2765, 2815.— Conference report made and agreed to 2895,
89^.- Examined and signed 2967, 9060.- Approved by President 9077.

H. B. 16911—

Providing for the expenditure of money hitherto appropriated
for the improvement and maintenance of Ashtabula Har-
bor, Ohio.
Mr. Dick; Committee on Rivers and Harbors 1096.

n. B. 16912—

For the disposition of school lands in Oklahoma Territory.
Mr. Brownlow; Committee on Public Lands 1026.

n. B. 16918—

To increase the limit of cost of the United States post-office at
Goldsboro, N. 0.
Mr. Thomas of North Carolina; Committee on Public Buildings and
Grounds 1026.

H. B. 16914—

To prevent combinations of corporations engaged in interstate
or foreign commerce.
Mr. Patterson of Tennessee; Committee on Judiciary 1006.

H. B. 16915-

Authorizing the commissioners* court of Escambia County,

Ala., to construct a bridge across Conecuh Biver at or near

a point known as McGowans Ferry, in said county and

State.

Mr. Wiley; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1026.— Re-

g>rted back with amendments (H. R. Rbport 341U) 1394.— Passed
ouse 1617.— Referred to Senate Committee on Commerce 1645.— Re-
ported back 1719.— Passed Senate 2178.— Examined and sisnied 2903.
2330, 2:«9.— Approved by President 2538.

H. B. 16916—

Granting an increase of pension to Isaac D. Toll.

Mr. Aplln; Committee on Inyalid Pensions 1006.

H.B. 16917—

Granting an increase of pension to Milton B. Williamson.
Mr. Bovvcrsock; Committee on Invalid Pensions, 1096.

H. B. 16918—
Granting an increase of pension to S. E. Lemon.

Mr. Bowersock; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1026.

H. B. 16919—
Granting an honorable discharge to William H. H. Thompson,
late acting master's mate. United States Navy.
Mr. Bull; Committee on Naval Affairs 1026.

H. B. 16920—

Granting an increase of pension to Jennie E. Baldwin.
Mr. Dwight; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1027.

H. B. 16921—
Granting an increase of pension to Milton C. Dunbar.

Mr. Flynn; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1Q26.

H. B. 16922—

Granting an increase of pension to G^eorge E. Hubbard.
Mr. Flynn; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1026.

H. B. 16923—

Granting a pension to Rebecca J. Tomkins.

Mr. Greene of Maseachnsetts; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1006.

H. B. 16924—

For the relief of Edna Mabel Eldridge.

Mr. Greene of Masaachnsetts; Committee on Claims 1026.

H. B. 16926—

Granting an increase of pension to John A. Sherwood.
Mr. Haagen; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1006.



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H.B. 16926—

Granting a pension to Benjamin P. Barber.
Mr. Heatwole; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1006.

H. B. 16927—

For the relief of the widow and children of Henry C. Mnrphy,
deceased.
Mr. Howell; Committee on Claims 102R.

H. B. 16928—

Granting an increase of pension to Samnel S. Merrill.
Mr. Joy; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1028.

H. B. 16929—

Granting an increase of pension to William H. Trites.

Mr. Londenslager; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1006.— Reported back
with amendment (H. R. Rbport 3469) 1685.— Passed Honse 2216, 2237.—
Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2245.— Reported back (8.
Report 8186) 2434.— Passed Senate 2641.— Examined and signed 2758,
2776, 2837.— Approved by President 3077.

H. B. 16930—

Granting a pension to Josephine Drinkwater.
Mr. Maynard; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1006.

H. B. 16931—

Granting an increase of pension to James P. Wallace.
Mr. Miers; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1026.

H. B. 16932—

Granting an increase of pension to Alfred A. Burrell.

Mr. Powers of Maaaachnsetts; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1026.

H. B. 16938—

For the relief of G. W. Dunford and James Blair, sureties of
S. C. Bralley, late x>ostmaster at Bedbluff , Va.
Mr. Rhea; Committee on Claims 1026.

H. B. 16934—

To remove the charge of disobedience of orders against Wil-
liam W. Kirby.
Mr. Sims; Committee on Military Affairs 1026.

H. B. 16935—

Granting a x)en6ion to John Davis.

Mr. Watson; Committee on Invalid Pensions iae96.

H. B. 16936—

Granting a i)ension to Phoebe Tilson.

Mr. Watson; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1086.

H. B. 16937—

Granting an increase of pension to Calvin W. Birg.

Mr. Williams of Illinois; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1026.

H. B. 16938—

Granting an increase of pension to Granville E. Stent.

Mr. Williams of Illinois; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1028. I

H. B. 16939—

Granting an increase of pension to Alexander T. Sullenger, alias I
Alexander Patillo. !

Mr. Williams of Illinois; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1036.— Rof o: -
ence changed to Committee on Pensions 1107.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 3648) 1W>9.— Passed House 22ia?, 2:r3r.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2245.— Reported back CS. Re-
port 8278) 2512.— Passed Senate 2646.— Examined and sigrned 2766, 2776,
2837.— Approved by President 9077.

H. B. 16940-

For the relief of the estate of Andrew J. Kincaid.
Mr. Candler; Committee on War Claims 1027.

H. B. 16941-

To amend an act entitled "An act to promote the efficiency of
the militia and for other purposes," approved January — ,
1903.
Mr. Parker; Committee on Militia 1059.

H. B. 16942—

To prevent robbing the mail, to provide a safer and easier
method of sending money by mail, and to increase the pos-
tal revenues.
Mr. (Gardner of Michigan; Committee on Post-Office and Post-Roads
1069.— Reported back with amendment (H. R. Report 3662) 1916.

H. B. 16943—

To authorize the purchase of 1,000 copies of the History of the
Live Stock Industry in the United States.
Mr. Qrosvenor; Comndttee on Printing 1060.



H. B. 16944—

Authorizing the Secretary of War to make a survey of Colgate
Creek, m the State of Maryland.
Mr. Blakeney; Committee on Rivers and Harbors 1050.

H. B. 18945—

To authorize the sale of a part of what is known as the Red
Lake Indian Reservation, in the State of Minnesota.

Mr. Eddy; Committee on Indian Affairs 1060.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Rxpobt 3850) 2885.

H. B. 16946—

To amend an act entitled **An act to extend the coal-land laws
to the district of Alaska," approved June 6, 1900.
Mr. Lacey; Committee on Public Lands 1069.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 3541) 17L5.— Debated and passed House
2293.— Referred to Senate Committee on Public Lands 2801.— Reported
back (S. Report 'S287) 2542.— Consideration objected to 8004.

H. B. 16947—

Granting an increase of pension to Moses Stewart.
Mr. Cooper of Texas; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16948—

Granting an increase of pension to George R. Hanson.
Mr. Gillett of Massachusetts; Committee on Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16949—

For the relief of George McDonald, administrator of the estate
of E. McDonald.
Mr. Griggs; Committee on War Claims 1069.

H. B. 18950-

For the relief of the State of Iowa.

Mr. Haugen: Committee on War Claims 1059.— Reported back (H. B.
REPORT.3417) 1496.

H. B. 16951—

Granting an increase of pension to Harrison W. Fox,
Mr. Henry of Connecticut; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16952—

Granting an increase of pension to JameB H. Flanagan.
Mr. Eetcham; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1050.

H. B. 16953—

For the relief of the Bank of North Wilkeeboro.
Mr. Kluttz; Committee on Claims 1060.

H. B. 18954—

Granting an increase of pension to Almena S. Willoughby.
Mr. Littlefleld; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16955-
Granting an increase of pension to Nellie P. Ck)yle.
Mr. Littlefleld; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1050.

H. B. 16956—

Granting an increase of pension to John H. Morris.
Mr. Mercer; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16957—

Granting permission to Capt. William. E. Horton, United
States Army, to accept a decoration tendered him by the
Piesident of the French Republic.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Foreign Affairs 1050.

H. B. 16958—

Granting a pension to Peter Welsh.

Mr. Pugsley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16959—

Granting a pension to Margaret Murphy.
Mr. Pugsley; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16960—

To correct the military record of Anthony Connolly,
Mr. Pugsley; Committee on Military Affairs 1059.

H. B. 16981—

To continue the publication of the American Archives.
Mr. Pugsley; Committee on Library 1060.

H. B. l'd962—

For the relief of the legal representatives of Charles W. Adams,
deceased.
Mr. Rizey; Committee on War Claims 1050.

H. B. 16963—

For the relief of the legal representatives of the estate of Dr.
Thomas B. Waters, deceased.
Mr. Sheppard; Committee on War Claims 1090.



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H. B. 16964—

Granting an increase of pension to J. S. Shook.
Mr. Showalter; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16965—

Granting an increase of pension to Abraham J. Yeomans.
Mr. Thomas of North Carolina; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16966—

Granting an increase of pension to John W. Hill.

Mr. Thomas of North Carolina; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1060.

H. B. 16967—

Granting a pension to Anna P. Ewing.

Mr. Tompkins of New York; Committee on' Invalid Pensions 1059.

H. B. 16968—

For the relief of the estate of Redding Woolard.
Mr. Small; Committee on War Claims 1060.

H. B. 16969—

To correct the military record of Wiley W. Woolard.
Mr. Small; Committee on Military Affairs 1059.

H. B. 16970—

Making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy
for the fiscal year ending Jnne 30, 1904, and for other pur-
poses.
Mr. Hull, from Committee on Military Affairs (H. R. Report 3307)
1057, 1059.— Debated and passed House 1269.— Referred to Senate Com-
mittee on Military Affairs 121)9.— Reported back with ameudments
( S. Report 3213) :i434.— Debated, amended, and passed Senate 2740,
27i4.— House disagrroes to Senate amendments ?iTO.— Senate insists
upon its amendments 2770.— Conference appointed 2771, 2779.— Confer-
ence report made and a^froed to 28(i3, 5&:i8.— Examined and sismed
2830, 28iBi3, 294«.-Approved by President 3057.

H. R. 16971—

To increase the appropriation for a Federal post-office build-
ing at Marblehead, Mass.

Mr. Gardner of Massachusetts; Committee on Public Buildin!?s and
Grounds 105G.

H. R. 16972—

For the relief of Pain's Fireworks Company.
Mr. Sulzer; Committee on Naval Affairs 1(69.

H. R. 16973—

Making an appropriation for the extermination and to prevent
the ravages and spread of the insect pest known as the Mex-
ican boll weevil or cotton-boll weevil, and for other purposes.
Mr. Wooten; Committee on Agriculture 1107.

H. R. 16974—

Permitting the building of a dam across the St. Croix River at
or near the village of St. Croix Falls, Polk County, Wis.
Mr. Jenkins; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1107.—
Reported back with amendments (H. R. Report 3400) 1398.— Laid on
table 2661.

H. R. 16975—

To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Monon-
gahela River, in the State of Pennsylvania, by the Eastern
Railroad Company.
Mr. Dalzell: Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1107.—
Reported back with amendments (H. R. Report 3303) 1346— Debated
ana passed House 1587.— Referred to Senate Committee on Commerce
1645.— Reiwrted back 1719.— Passed Senate 1873.— Examined and signed
1971, 1974, 2172.— Approved by President 2357.

H. R. 16976—

To amend an act entitled "An act making appropriations for
the construction, repair, and preservation of certain pub-
lic works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes,"
approved June 13, 1902.
Mr. Ball of Delaware; Committee on Riyers and Harbors 1107.

H. R. 16977—

For the appointment of an additional judge in the Indian Ter-
ritory.
Mr. Little; Committee on Judiciary 1107.

H. R. 16978—

For the relief of the estate of the late John Jacoby.

Mr. Ball of Delaware| Committee on Claims 1107.— Reference changed
to Committee on District of Columbia 1293.

H. R. 16979—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Marion W. Warden.
Mr. Bell; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

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H. R. 16980-

Qranting an increase of pension to William McBrien.
Mr. Burkett; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

H. R. 16981—
Granting a pension to Ross Bacon.

Mr. Griffith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

H. A. 16982—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Andrew Curran.
Mr. Long; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

H. R, 16983—

Granting an increase of i)ension to S. B. Bartley.
Mr. Mahon; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

H. R. 16984—

To refund certain taxes paid by the Fred Miller Brewing Com-
pany, of Milwaukee, Wis.
Mr. Otjen; Committee on Claims 1107.

H. R. 16985—

For the relief of the trustees of the public school building at
Mooresville, Ala.
Mr. RichaiHlaon of Alabama: Committee on War Claims 1107.

H. R. 16986—

For the relief of Felix Werden.

Mr. Richardson of Alabama; Committee on War Claims 1107.

H. R. 16987—

Granting an increase of pension to William G. Hildreth.
Mr. stark; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1107.

H. R. 16988—

Authorizing the appointment of Eugene L. Swift to the active
list of the Army.
Mr. Sutherland; Committee on Military Affairs 1107.

H. R. 16989—

To amend the act making appropriations for sundry civil ex-
penses of the Government, and for other purposes, ai>-
proved June 6, 1900.

Mr. Brantley; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Conmierce 1107.—
Reported back (H. R. Rsport 3711) 2062.

H. R. 16990—

Making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office De-
partment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, and for
other purposes.
Mr. Loud, from Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Road^ (H. R.
Report 3314)1125 1HJ3.— Debated H:is, i.Vil, l.-;2:j, 15«J, 1665, 1(!.,»4, 1700,
1709, 1711.— Amended and passed House 174/). —Referred to Senate
Committee on Post-Offioes and Post-Roads li7t).— Reported back with
amendments 23:i8.— Debated aV):*, 2*rf>7, 2t>0d.— Amended and passed
Senate 2813.— Hoiiao disaf?reo8 to Semite amondment-9 2765.— Senate in-
sists upon its amendments 2i>\'i.— Conferonro appointed 27t5o, 2B15.—
Couferoiif^e report made and a>:roed to 2r'.tt, 2^.— Examined and
signed 2«t)7, 9060.— Approved by President 3U77.

H. R. 16991—

To authorize the construction and maintenance of a dam or
dams across the Kansas River, within Shawnee County, in
the State of Kansas.
Mr. Scott; Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1163.

H. B. 16992—

For the benefit of the national cemetery near the city of Leb-
anon, Marion County, Ky.
Mr. Smith of Kentucky; Committee on Military Afliairs 1163.

H. B, 16993—

To provide for an additional naval academy.

Mr. Gardner of Massachusetts; Committee on Naral AJEairB 1163.

H. B. ie994r-

To fix the salary of the collector of customs for the port of
Tampa, Fla.
Mr. Sparkman; Committee on Ways and Meana 1163.

H. B. 18995—

To amend an act entitled "An act to provide revenue for the
Gk)vemment and to encourage the industries of the United
States," known as the tariff act of July 24, 1897.
Mr. Griggs: Committee on Ways and Means 1163.

H. B. 16996—

Granting an increase of pension to John Bougher.

Mr. Benton; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.— Reported back (H.
R. Rkport 3614) lti6B.— Passed House 2224, 2836.— Referred to Senate
Committee on Pensions 2245.— Reported back (S. Rsport 3206) 2434.—
Passed Senate 2642.— Examined and signed 2758, 2T7«, 2948.— Approved
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H.B. 18997—

To remove the sentence of court-martial now standing against
Capt. Samuel Ford.
Mr. Blakeney; Committoe on Military Affairs lldi.

H. B. 16998—
To pay the heirs of Thomas Latchf ord.

Mr. Blakeney; Committee on Claims 1164.— Beported back with amend-
ment iH. R. Report 3713) 2062.

H. B. 16999—

For the relief of the legal representatives of S. V. B. Strider,
deceased.
Mr. CuMwell; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17000—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry A. Harkins.
Mr. Graham; Committee on InTalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17001—
To authorize the President to appoint Maj. William Farrar
Smith, retired, to the grade of major-generid in the United
States Army and place him on the retired list as such.
Mr. Haskins; Committee on Military Affairs 1164.

H. B. 17002-

For the relief of Victoria O. Giun, heir of J. B. Lewis.
Mr. McLain; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17003—

For the relief of Martha B. Moore.

Mr. McLain; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17004—

For the relief of James M. Newman.
Mr. McLain; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17005—

Granting an increase of pension to Jacob Cochren.
Mr. Olmsted; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17006—

For the relief of the heirs at law of Thomas J. McCalley.
Mr. Richardson of Alabama; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17007—

For the relief of the legal heirs of the estate of William George.
Mr. Richardson of Alabama; Committee on War CkiimH 11C4.

H. B. 17008—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles O. Fargo.
Mr. Roberts; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17009—

For the relief of James A. Jackson.

Mr. Sparkman; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 1.7010—
Granting a pension to G. B. Height.

Mr. Sutherland; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17011—

Granting a pension to Alfred E. Gathercole.

Mr. Stewart of New Jersey; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17012—

For the benefit of J. M. Hall.

Mr. White; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H.B. 17013—

For the relief of the legal heirs of the estate of Jessie Cargyle.
Mr. Richardson of Alabama; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17014—

Granting an increase of pension to Benjamin F. Gates.
Mr. Brandegee; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1164.

H. B. 17015—

For the relief of J. L. Bradford.

Mr. Meyer; Committee on Public Lands 1164.

H. B. 17016—

For the relief of John Rhodes and wife.
Mr. Meyer; Committee on War Claims 1164.

H. B. 17017—

For the relief of Mrs. Susan A. Nicholas.
Mr. Meyer; Committee on War Claims 1164.

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H. B. 17018—

To authorize the city of Guthrie, in the Territory of Oklahoma,
to sell a lot heretofore reserved as a site for a public build-
ing, but not used for that purpose.
Mr. Flynn; Committee on Public Lands 1236.

H. B. 17019—

To amend and reenact section 2 of the act passed March 8, 1887,
and corrected by an act passed August 13, 1888, respecting
the jurisdiction of circuit courts of the United States, and
for other purposes.
Mr. Hughes; Committee on Judiciary 1296.

H. B. 17020—

Providing for the issue and circulation of national-bank notes.
Mr. Padgett; Committee on Banking and Currency 1286.

H, B. 17021— .

For the extension of Eighth street NE., otherwise known as
Railroad avenue.
Mr. Allen of Maine; Committee on District of Columbia 1286.

H. B, 17022—

To amend the pension laws.

Mr. Moon; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H. B. 17023—

Granting an increase of pension to Martha del' Banco Cunning-
ham.
Mr. Douglas; Committee on Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17024—

Granting an increase of pension to Benjamin Mockabee.

Mr. Douglas; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17026—
Granting an increase of pension to John R. Ash,
Mr. Flynn; Committer on Invalid Pensions 1285.

H. B. 17026—

Granting a pension to Jerome W. Turner.

Mr. Fordney ; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.— Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 3686) IStfO.-Passed House 2227, 2237.-R©.
f erred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2245.— Reported back (S. Rb-
PORT 331B) 2777.— Passed Senate 2986.— Examined and signed 801X7, 8060,
3074.— Approved by President 8077.

H. B. 17027—

For the relief of the estate of William Lenoir & Bros«
Mr. Gibson; Committee on War Claims 1286.

H. B. 17028—

Granting a pension to Ann Pritchard.

Mr. Griffith; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H. B. 17029—

Granting an increase of pension to Alfred W. Dearborn.

Mr. McCleary; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17030—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Martin J. Severance.
Mr. McCleary; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1236.

H, B. 17031—

Granting a pension to Peter Henkel.

Mr. Mercer; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1288.

H. B. 17032-

Granting an increase of pension to William Arnold.
Mr. Mercer; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17033—

Granting a pension to D. J. Beber.

Mr. Miller; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H. B. 17034-

Granting an increase of pension to John Shaf er,
Mr. Miller; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17035—
Granting a pension to Sarah H. McJilton«
Mr. Miller; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H. B. 17036-

Granting a pension to Caroline Mortimore.
Mr. Miller; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H. B. 17037—
Granting an increase of pension to Jane Wheeler.

Mr. Patterson of Tennessee; Oommittee on Invalid Pensions 128&

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H. B. 1 toss-
To protect the rights of Sylvester D. Gaines and his children.
Mr. Stephens; Committee on Indian Ailain 1296.

H. B. 17039—

To protect the rights of Ronchali C. Barron, Almeda O. White,
Josie L. Literal, and the children of Thomas Jefferson Bar-
ron and Travis Barron.
Mr. Stephens; Committee on Indian Affairs ISBX.

H. B. 17040—
Granting a pension to G^rge S. Spnrgeon.

Mr. Tompkins of Ohio; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.

H.B. 17041—

Granting an increase of pension to Cecillie E. Arrington.
Mr. Tompkins of Ohio; Committee on Invalid Pensions ISSd.
H. B. 17042—
To remove the charge of desertion against Andrew Lnff and
granting his widow, Maria, a pension of $24 per month.
Mr. Tompkins of Ohio; Committee on MiUtary Affairs 1286.
H. B. 17048—
Granting a pension to Martha Maddox.

Mr. White; Committee on Invalid Pensions 1286.— Reported back with
amendment (H. B. Report 3199) 1624.— Passed House 2213, 2236.— Re-
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2245.— Reported back (S. Re-
port 3264) 2409.— Passed Senate 2846.— Examined and sifirned 2766, 2776,
2838.-Approved by President 3076. '

H. B. 17044—

Granting a pension to James Lang.
Mr. Finley; Committee on Pensions 1236.

H. B. 17045—

To establish on the coast of the State of California a station for
the investigation of problems connected with the marine
fishery interests of that region.
Mr. McLachlan; Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries 1236.
H. B. 17046—

Making appropriations for fortifications and other works of de-



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