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nated 60; confirmed 2813.
Voebargrli, P. H.. to be postmaster at Matteawan, N. Y.; nominated

1679; confirmed 1694.
Vose, W. P., to be colonel, United States Artillery Oorps; nominated

638; confirmed 730.
Yreeland, E., to be postmaster at Dnndee, N. Y.; nominated 810; oon-

firmed 476.
Waddy, J. B., to be postmaster at Norfolk, Ya.; nominated 960; con-
firmed 1694.
Wade, B. B., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Infantry;

nominated 60; confirmed 2818.
Wade, James F., to be major-general, United States Army; nominated

2344; confirmed 2439.
Wade, John P., to be captain, Second United States Cavalry; nomi-
nated 47; confirmed 2149.
Wadsworth, Harry E., to be Indian agent at Shoshone Agency, Wyo.;

nominated 2036; confirmed 2266.
Wadsworth, L. H., to be postmaster at Wellington, Ohio; nominated

606; confirmed 783.
Wagenseller, G. C, to be postmaster at SeUnsgrove, Pa.; nominated

119; confirmed 1265.
Waggener, J. B., to be medical director in Navy; nominated 2706;

confirmed 2811.
Wagner, John A., to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Cavalry;

nominated^ confirmed 2812.
Wagner, W. W., to be postmaster at Jefferson City, Mo.; nominated

2(S7; confirmed 2570.
Wait, F. W., to be United States marshal for western district of

Michi«in; nominated 958; confirmed 958.
Waldo, Xi. A., to be postmaster at Canisteo, N. Y.; nominated 474;

confirmed 675.
Wales, G. A.Jto be postmaster at Stonghton, Mass.; nominated 2810;

confirmed 2911.
Wales, P. G., to be maior and snrgeon, United States Army; nomi-
nated 61; confirmed 818.
Walker, G. S.. to be postBoaster at Bridgei>ort, Okla.; nominated 606;

confirmed 1647.
Walker, J. E., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2754; confirmed

2811.
Walker, S. G., to be iXMtmaster at Thurmond, W. Va.; nominated 316;

confirmed 365.
Walker, T.. to be postmaster at PlantsvUle, Conn.; nominated 1578;

confirmed 169a
Walker, W. L., to be postmaster at Carthage, Ind.; nominated 782;

confirmed 1647.
Wallace, W. T., to be -paaaed assistant paymaster in Navy; nominated

2754; confirmed 2811.
Wallen, S. A., to be second lieutenant, United States infantry; nomi-
nated 62^oonflrmed 2150.
Walsh, J. W., to be postmaster at Montrose, S. Dak.; nominated 1205;

confirmed 1422.
Walshe, D. E., to be postmaster at Grand Saline, Tex.; nominated

2037; confirmed 2440.
Walters, W. J., to be postmaster at Hereford, Tex.; nominated 2037;

confirmed 2440.
Walton, C, to be postmaster at Woodbury, N. J.; nominated 2516;

confirmed 2706.
Walton, B. F., to be captain. Sixth United States Infantry; nominated

1646; confirmed 2149.
Ward, B. L., to be ix»tmaster at Cambridge, N. Y.; nominated 1204;

confirmed 1099.
Ward, E. M., to be postmaster at Millers Falls, Mass.; nominated 816;

confirmed 408.
Ward, F. E., to be lieutenant-colonel Fifteenth United States Cavalry;

nominated 1421; confirmed 2149.
Ward, J. W., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Infantry;

nominated 60; confirmed 2813.
Ward, T., to be brigadier-general. United States Army; nominate^l;

confirmed 817.
Ward, W. K., to be assistant surgeon in Public Health and Marine-
Hospital Service; nominated 119; confirmed 582.
Ware, J. F., to be second lieutenant, United States infantry; nomi-
nated 51; confirmed 2150.
Warner, E. T., to be postmaster at Lafollette, Tenn.; nominated 780;

confirmed 960.
Warner, G. A., to be postmaster at Bristol, Conn.; nominated 782;

confirmed 969.
Warner, George W., to be receiver of public moneys at Akron, Colo.;

nominated 15; confirmed 196.
Washburn, J. B., to be postmaster at Giltedge, Mont.; nominated

2910; confirmed 3010.
Washington, J^ to be iKMtmaster at Sabina, Ohio; nominated 1068;

confirmed 2706.
Watson, E. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 1421; confirmed

1748.
Watters, LiUy, to be postmaster at Evans City, Pa.; nominated 19;

confirmed 1265.
Watters, Lily, to be postmaster at Evans City, Pa.; nominated 2087;

confirmed 2440.
Watts, W. C, to be lieutenant (Junior grade) in Navy; nominated

2754; confirmed 2811.
Weaver, E. I-ito be i>06tma8ter at Angelica, N. Y.; nominated 1943;

confirmed 2069.
Weaver, J. N., to be postmaster at Sayre, Pa.; nominated 1740; con-
firmed 2038.
Weaver, J. S., to be postmaster at Mechanicsburg, Pa.; nominated

2810; confirmed 2912.
Webb. John S., to be postmaster at Tuskegee, Ala.; nominated 18;

confirmed 1068.
Webber, Wilber H., to be postmaster at Lampasas, Tex.; nominated

17; confirmed lOOa
Weber, E. H., to be postmaster at Brooklyn, Ohio; nominated 782;

confirmed 959.
Webster, A. D., to be ixxitmaster at Orangeburg, S. C; nominated

1740; confirmed 2009.
Webster. H., to be captain in Navy; nominated 968; confirmed 1124.
Weeks, A. J., to be postmaster at Correctionville, Iowa; nominated

lllh confirmed 197.
Weeks, S. O., to be collector of customs for district of Patchogue,
N. Y.; nominated 499.



EzeoutiYe ITomlnations and Confirmations— Contiimed.

Weeks, S. O., to be surveyor of customs for ];>ort of Patchogue, N. Y.;
nominated 682; confirmed 1519.

Weete, L., to be postmaster at Columbus, Tex.; nominated 2706; con-
firmed 2814,

Wehrli, W. W., to be postmaster at Mound City, Mo.; nondnated 2810;
confirmed 2911.

Welbom, I. C, to be captain, Sixteenth United States Infantry; nomi-
nated 1646; confirmed 2149.

Wells, Edward L., to be postmaster at LeesviHe, La.; nominated 18;
confirmed 818.

Wells, Eli H., to be postmaster at Willits, Cal.; nominated 605; con-
firmed 1009.

Wells, M. A., to be second lieutenant. United States infantry; uomi«
nated 62: confirmed 2150.

Wells, W. B.Jbobe lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2756;
confirmed 2811.

Wells, WiDiam S., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Cav-
alry; nominated 48; confirmed 2812.

WeMi, B. S., to be first lieutenant. United States Artillery Corps;
nomnated 48; confirmed 2812.

Welton, E. L., to be postmaster at Centralia, HI.; nominated 1068;
confirmed 1647.

Wescott, C. T., to be first lieutenant. United States Marine Corps;
nominated 3008; confirmed 3009.

West, E. E., to be captain, United States Marine Corps; nominated
3U08; confirmed 3009.

West, Henry L., to be Commissioner of the District of Columbia;
nominatea 16; confirmed 52.

West, John B., to be register of the land office at Lewiston, Idaho;
nominated 16; confirmed 960.

West, B. J., to be second lieutenant. United States infantry; nomi-
nated 52: confirmed 2150.

West, B. T., to be postmaster at Boanoke, Ala.; nominated 730; con-
firmed 1068.

Wheaton, S. L., to be postmaster at Manchester, Mass.; nominated
1578; confirmed 1603.

Wheeler, C. A,, to be assistant engineer in Bevenue-Cutter Service;
nominated 119; confirmed 196.

Wheeler, D. D., to be colonel and assistant quartennaster-general.
United States Ax'my; nominated 50; confirmed 318.

Wheeler, D. P., to be captain, Twenty-sixth United States Infantry;
nominated 1646; confirmed 2149.

Wheeler, Homer W., to be major. Ninth United States Cavalry; nomi-
nated 47; confirmed 817.

Wheeler, M. B., to be lieutenant-colonel, Tenth United States In-
fantry: nominated 2001; confirmed 2149.

Wheelock, J. E.. to be postmaster at Hartley, Iowa; nominated 195;
confirmed 818.

Whelen, T., to be second lieutenant, United States infantry; nom-
inated 61: confirmed 2150.

Whipple, C. H., to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States In-
f anUy; nominated 60; confirmed 2813.

Whitaker, Joseph D., to be postmaster at Penn Grove, N. J.; nomi-
nated 19; confirmed 145.

White, H. S., to be postmaster at Walton, N. Y.; non:dnated 606; con-
firmed 1069.

White, J. H., to be ix>stmaster at Easton, Md.; nominated 474; con-
firmed 1069.

White, Joeiah T., to be ix)stmaster at Lawton, Okla.; nominated 17;
confirmed 476.

White. Thomas H., to be postmaster at National Stock Yards, HI.;
nominated 500; confirmed 575.

White, W., to be postmaster at Algoma, Wis.; nominated 969; con-
firmed 1125.

Wbitecotton, Henrvi to be postmaster at Yanburen, Ind.; nominated
600; confirmed 675.

Whitehead, H. C, to be captain. Fifth United States Cavalry; nomi-
nated 1421; confirmed 21«.

Whiteman, A. C, to be postmaster at La Crosse, Eans.; nominated 119;
confirmed 197.

Whiteman, Horace C, to be postmaster at Sanford, Fla.; nominated
19: confirmed 120.

Whitfield, B., to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry;
nominated 49; confirmed 2813.

Whiting, D., to be second lieutenant, United States infantry; nomi-
nated 51: confirmed 2160.

Whiting, Henry, to be collector of customs for district of French-
mansHay, Me.; nominated 229; confirmed 408.

Whiteon, E. L., to be first lieutenant, Ninth United States Infantry;
nominated 16^ confirmed 2814.

Whitworth, G. W., to be postmaster at Jeanerette, La.; nominated
2910; confirmed 8010.

Widmer, Jacob, to be postmaster at New Hartford, Conn.; nominated
2810.

Wiegenstein, H. A., to be first lieutenant, Twenty-fourth United
States Infantry; nominated 49; confirmed 2813.

Wilcox, B., to be register of land office at Alliance, Nebr.; nominated
2412; confirmed 2705.

Wilcox, F. E., to be xx^tmaster at Milton, Oreg.; nominated 18; con-
firmed 575.

Wilcox, F. L., to be postmaster at South Superior, Wis.; nominated
raO; confirmed 1125.

Wilcox, L. S., to be United States consul-general at Hankau, China;
nominated 1421; confirmed 1646.

Wild, J. F., to be captain in Bevenue-Outter Service; nominated 195;
confirmed 196.

Wild, J. Y., to be captain in Bevenue-Cutter Service; nondnated 118;
withdrawn 195.

Wilhoit, M. B.. to be first lieutenant, United States Artillery Corps;
nominated 48: confirmed 2812.

Wilkin, A., to be postmaster at Eeosauqua, Iowa; nominated 1789;
confirmed 1944.

Williams, A. E., to be captain. Tenth United States Infantry; nond-
nated 1646; confirmed 2149.

Williams, A. E., to be postmaster at Plymouth, Pa.; nominated 2087;
confirmed 2911.

Williams, A. S., to be first lieutenant, Eighth United States Infantry;
nominated 1646; confirmed 2814.

Williams, Charles S., to be pay inspector in Navy; nominated 2349i
confirmed 2440.



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Xbceoutive Nominations and ConflrmationB— Contizmed.

Williams, E. A., to be sorreyorgeneral of Nortli Dakota; nominated
816; confirmed 408.

Williams, E. B., to be postmaster at Hamilton, Tex.; nominated 950;
confirmed 1060.

Williaons, G. C, to be postmaster at Spring dty, Fa.; nominated 2037;
confirmed 2440.

Williams, J.F.» to be postmaster at Bilozi, Miss.; nominated 474; con-
firmed 959.

Williams, J. G., to be postmaster at Granyille, N. T.; nominated 2087;
confli'med 2266.

Williams. J. P., to be postmaster at Salem, HI.; nominated 2810; con-
flrmedaoOO.

Williams, M. M. J., to be postmastar at Eminence, Ky.; nominated
058; confirmed 1265.

Williams, B. H., to be first lieutenant. United States Artillery Corps;
nominated 49; confirmed 2812.

Williams, B. L., to be postmaster at Griflin, Ga.; nominated 2096;
confirmed 2440.

Williams, W. L., to be postmaster at Madera, Gal.; nominated 2096;
confirmed 2266.

Williams, Y. S., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Nayy; nominated
2735; confirmed 2811.

Williard, Harry O., to be captain. Fifth United States Cayalry; nom-
inated 47; confirmed 2149.

Willis, Percy, to be captain. United States Artillery Corps; nominated
48; confirmed 2812.

Wilner, F. A., to be commander in Nayy; nominated 117; confirmed
475.

Wilson, £. H., to be collector of customs for district of Providence,
B. I.; nominated 196; confirmed 220.

Wilson, £. B., to be first lieutenant, Eleventh United States Infantry;
nominated 40; confirmed 2813.

Wileon, F. L., to bepostmaster at BowUng Green, Mo.; nominated
2037; confirmed 2570.

Wilson, J. A., to be postmaster at Sacket Harbor, K. Y.: nominated
2268; confirmed 24^.

Wilson, J. B., to be first lieutenant. Seventeenth United States In-
fantry; nominated 60; confirmed 2S19.

Wilson, J. S., to be postmaster at Columbia, Pa.; nominated 060; con-
firmed I26S.

Wilson, O. Am to be i>ostmaster at Mcintosh, Minn.; nominated 120;
confirmed Si8.

Wilson, S. J., to be postmaster at Macon, Mo.; nominated 2378.

Wilson, William M., to be postmaster at Blue Bidge, Ga.; nominated
18; confirmed 107.

Wimberly, I. B., to be postmaster at Abbeville, Qu.; nominated 1067;
confirmed 1510.

Winchell, J. B., to be collector of customs for district of New Haven
Conn.; nominated 229; confirmed 406.

Winder. William, to be commander in Navy, nominated 409; con-
firmed 607.

Wing, Carlton D., to be postmaster at Attica, N. Y.; nominated 601;
confirmed 575.

Winnia, Charles C. to be first lieutenant. Second United States Cav-
alry; nominated 48; confirmed 2812.

Winram, S. B., to be first lieutenant in Bevenue-Cntter Service;
nominated 118; confirmed 196.

Winslow, Alfred A., to be United States consul-general at Guatemala
City^Guatemala; nominated 16; confirmed 120.

Wise, M. A., to be a s sis t ant paymaster in Navy; nominated 118; con-
firmed 475.

Wise, J. C, to be second lieutenant, United States infantry; nomi-
nated 51; confirmed 2160.

Wise, Joseph, to be postmaster at Southlake Idnden, Mich.: nomi-
natedSOO; conflrmedI580. . « *m

Wisner, H. B., to be postmaster at Berea, Ohio; nominated 2266: con-
flrmea2440L

Witte, W., to be postmaster at Bosism, N. Y.; nominated 1670: con-
firmed 1604.

Wolcott, S. B., to be postmaster at Keeseville, N. Y.; nominated 1043;
confirmed 2060.

Wolfe, W. 8., to be postmaster at Union Bridge, Md.; nominated 2810:
confirmed 2011.

Wood, C. A., to be postmaster at Heron Iiake, Minn.; nominated 1204:
confirmed 1003.

Wood, C. J., to be postmaster at Natidc, Mass.; nominated 1678: con-
firmed 1693.

Wood, E. E., to be naval oificer of customs in district of New Orleans,
La.; nominated 118: confirmed 106.

Woodbury, T. C, to be lieutenant-colonel Twenty-ninth United States
Infantry; nominated 49; confirmed 317.

Woodi*uff, A. P., to be ix)stmaster at Savanna, Bl.; nominated 1780;
confirmed 1044.

Woodruff, J. W., to be assistant naval constructor in Navy; nomi-
nated 2430; confirmed 2755. ^ *

Woods, E., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2755;
confirmed 2811.

Woods, B.H.,to be passed assistant paymaster in Navy; nominated
aoeW; confirmed 3344.

Woods, W. A., to be postmaster at Suisun City, Cal.; nominated 2515;
confirmed 2706.

Woodslde, B. E., to be postmaster at Millersburg, Pa.; nominated 2810;
confirmed 2011.

Woodward, S.L., to be lieutenant-colonel Second United States Cav-
alry; nominated 2570; confirmed 2706.

Woodworth.E.D., to be postmaster at Ellsworth, Wis.; nominated
1740; confli'med 2706.

Woodworth, E. W., to be i>ostmaster at Ellsworth, Wis.; nominated
606; confirmed 1L25.

Woollen, Joseph H.,to be iKwtmaster at ManJcato, Kans.; nominated
500; confirmed 783.

Worcester, Horace L., to be United States consul at Saltillo, Mexico;
nominated 2515; confirmed 2705.

Working, S.S., to be postmaster at East Helena, Mont.; nominated
816; confirmed 476.

Worth, S. E., to be postmaster at Oxford, Pa.; nominated 2810; con-
firmed 2011.

Woude, AIbei*t J., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Cav-
jdry; nominated 48; confirmed 2812.

wraoek, J. F., to be x>ostmaster at New Pragua, Minn.; nominated
1579; confii-med 1044.



Ezeoutiye Nominations and Conflrmationa~-O>ntmi]8d.

Wren, W. W., to be postmaster at Boyertown, Pa.; nominated 2097;
confirmed 2440.

Wright, A. C, to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States In-
fantry; nominated 49; confirmed 2813.

Wright, Francis M., to be judge of the Court of Claims; nominated
15; confirmed 730.

Wright. L. A., to be Indian agent at Miasion Tale Agency, Cal.: nom-
inated 2704: confirmed 2811.

Wrightson, P. G., to be second lieutenant. United States infttntry; nmn>
inatcMi 51; confirmed 2150.

Wurtzbach, C, to be postmaster at Lee, Mass.; nominated UW; con-
firmed 1265.

Wyer, E. P., to be postmaster at Wobum, Mass.; nominated 0B8; con-
firmed 1060.

Yerkes, W. W. D., to be poatmaster at Ogontz, Pa.; nominated lOtt^
confirmed 2151.

Young, F. S., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States In-
fantry; nominated 50; confirmed 2813.

Young, H. G., to be first Uentenant. Twenty-sixth United States In-
fantry; nominated 50; confirmed 2813.

Youne[. John S. E., to be first lieutenant, Ninth United StateaOftvalry;
nominated 48; confirmed 2812.

Youngken, Harry H., to be postmaster at Santa Paula, Oal.; nomi-
nated 2810: confirmed 2011.

Yonngs, William J., to be United States attorney for the eastern dis-
trict of New York: nominated 15; confirmed 144.

Younkman, Marshall A., to be postmaster at McLond, Okla.; nomi-
nated 17; confirmed 476.

Zastrow, C. W., to be chief engineer in Bevenue-Cutter Service;
nominated 110; confirmed 108.

Ziegler, George S., to be postmaster at Eagle Liake, Tex.; nominated
17; confirmed 1003.

Zimmerman, C. F., to be poetmastor at Palmyra, PH.; nominated
2810; confirmed 2011.

Zimmerman, E. B., to be postoiaster at Emmltsburg, Md.; nominated
005; confirmed 1044.

Zink, v., to be postmaster at Sterling, Nebr.; nominated 730; oonflrmed
1060.

Executive Ofloe Building. See White House.

Executiye Begister of United States

Besoliition in Senate to procure copies of, passed 1451, 2027.
Ebcperimental Study of Children

Concurrent reaolntion in House to print (H. C. Bes. 72) ,
referred 1059.

Bills to regulate selling price of (see bills H. B. 17317.

17318).

Ex-Senators

Besolntion in Senate to pay claims of heirs of certain,

referred 2800.
Beport of Committee on Privileges and Elections in Senate

relative to claims of certain (S. Bepobt 2996) 2026, 2096.

Extortion

BiU to prevent (see bill H. B. 16843).

Extradition. See Cbdies.

Pair, B. W.

Bills to allow him to bridge Savannsbh Biver (see bills S.
6464; H. B. 15445).

Fairbanks WaUaee^ increase pension (see bill S. 5812).
Fairbanks, Chariea W, (o Senator from Indiana)
Attended 1.

Appointed conferee 1360, 2866, 2868.
Oedentials presented 1871.
Amendments offered by, to

Deficiency appropriation biU: relief of Winfield T. Dnrbin

2435.
Immigration: bill to regulate 14, 132, 133.
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill:

clerks of United States courts of appeals 665.
Navy appropriation bill: appointment of assistant pay-
masters in Navy 2435.
Post-Office appropriation bill: experimental rural telephone

free delivery 2435, 2508.
Sundry civil appropriation bill: office of deputy commis-
sioner of fisheries 2300.

military posts and barracks 2800.

erection of hall of records in Washington city, 2544.

salary of assistant in charge of division of statistics

and methods of fisheries 2300.

military poet at Indianapolis, Ind., 2835.

printing contributions from United States National

Herbarium 2435.

expenses of joint commission relative to Canada

2600,2695.
treaty of Washington 2693.



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Fairbanks— Contmned.
BUh andjwiti resokithns mfpoth/emf fy

Bean, Charles H: to increase pension (see bill S. 6588) 296.
Blowers, Adaline: to pension (see bill S. 6828) 664.
Brick, Charles: to increase pension (see bill S. 7838) 2097.
Bridgewater, Hiram C: to pension (see bill S. 68^) 664.
Brown, Mary F: to pension (see bill S. 6725) 483.
Bureau of Ebigraving and Printing: to erect building for

laundry and stable for (see bill S. 7263) 1723.
Creech, Effie: to pension (see bill S. 6880) 702.
Cummins, John C: to pension (see bill S. 6756) 515.
Dame, Jason: to increase pension (see bill S. 6726) 483.
Downey, Samuel: to increase pension (see bill S. 7205)

1451.
Dulien, Joseph: to increase pension (see biH S. 6826) 664.
Fessenden, Charles H: to increase pcmsion (see bill S. 6473)

95.
Fraze, Samuel: to increase pension (see bill S. 6825) 664.
Fuson, Stephen K: to pension (see bill S. 6508) 179.
Gandy, Thomas £: to increase pezision (see bill S. 7261)

1728.
Godwin, Allen F: for relief (see bill S. 7039) 988.
Hester, William: for relief (see bill S. 6774) 555.
Householder, Malinda: to pension (see bill S. 7881) 2097.
lndianapolis> Ind: to increase cost of public building at

(see bill S. 6769) 515.
Jacks, Mary L: to increase pension (see biU S. 6949) 764.
Jansen, John W. F: to increase pension (see bill S. 71^2)

1723.
Lawlis, James O: to pension (see biH S. 6757) 515.
Lawrence, William R: to increase pension (see bill S. 7041)

983.
Lockwood, Jeremiah: to increase pension (see bill S. 7332)

2097.
Lucas, Daniel R: to increase pension (see bill S. 6472) 95.
Lynn, William F: for relief (see bill S. 6495) 124.
McCune, Sarah F: to increase pension (see bill S. 7347)

2177.
Meyer, Boniface: for relief (see bill S. 7066) 1030.
Miller, G^eorge W: to pension (see bill S. 6879) 702.
Miller, Ida I: to iooreflfie pension (see bill S. 6356) 25.
Mount, James H: to increase pension (see bill S. 7067) 1030.
Myers, Samuel D: for relief (see bill S. 6948) 764.
National banks: to allow to deposit bonds issued for pur-
chase of interoceanic canal to secure circulation (see bill

S. 6724) 483.
Nichols, Samuel E: to increase pension (see bill S. 6420) 46.
Peirce, Harvey T: to increase pension (see bill S. 7206) 1451.
Poundstone, Alfred M: to increase pension- (see Wl S. 7040)

983.
Purcell, Nelson: to increase pension (see bill S. 6758) 515.
Rawlings, James: to increase pension (see bill S. 6727) 488.
Rinehart, »mon P: for relief (see bill S. 6755) 515.
Robinson^ Looisa A: to pension (see bill S. 7204) 1451.
Roszell, James M: to increase pension (see bill S. 7042) 983.
Seiss, John A: to increase pension (see bill S. 6759) 515.
Sexton, John: to increase pension (see bill S. 7068) 1030.
Stall, William: to increase pension (see bill S. 6419) 46.
Sturgeon, Gteorge R: for relief (see bill S. 6775) 555.
Swann, Scott: for relief (see bill S. 7348) 2177.
Swift, W. T: to increase pension (see bill a 6646) 898.
Thatcher, John R: to increase pension (see bill S. 6496) 124.
Tousley, Penelope: to pension (see bill S. 6878) 702.
Viel, Mary A: to pension (see bill S. 6806) 591.
Walker, Oscar: to increase pension (see bill S. 7253) 1673.
Wallace, James P: to increase pension (see bill S. 6523) 208.
Washburn, Laura: to pension (see bill S. 6776) 555.
Wells, Martin L: to increase pensicm (see bill S. 6582) 296.
White, John A. J: to increase pension (see bill S. 6680) 347.
Motions and roBoluihn^ offered by

Bond-Hay treaty: to print articles relating to 481.
Postal telephone service: inquiry relative to 2613.
Trusts: to print compilation of State laws relating to 296.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Citizens and individuals 294, 344, 479, 514, 589, 658, 701,

1165, 1449, 2332, 2541.
Societies and associations 92, 294, 844, 392, 479, 514, 589,

658, 701, 985, 981, 1029, 1165, 1449, 1498, 1976, 2026, 2176,

2832, 2541, 2687, 2776.

Remarks by, on

Bureau of Engraving and Printing buildings 1888.
Daniel, John W: oration of 1776.
Expediting cases under antitrust laws 1679.



Fairbanks— Continued.
Remarks by, on

Immigration 99, 101, 103, 108, 129, 135, 556, 854, 1068, 1064,
1112, 1172, 2749, 2750, 2751, 2752, 2753, 2804, 2805, 2806,
2807, 2808.
McComb, (George W: pension to 1170.
McMillan, James: death of 1464.
Marblehead, Mass., public building 2622.
New York, N. Y., post-office building 2693,
Order of "K nAiTt osfl 947

Public buildings 2502*, 2503, 2504, 2505, 2506, 2988, 2990.
Pulaski and Steuben statues 2501.
Rural free delivery 2610.
Rural telephone free delivery 2508, 2509.
Reports made by, from

Committee of oonferenoe

Public buildings (bUl S. 7414) 2988.
Committee on the Jvdiciary
Circuit courts of appeal (bill H. R. 109) 2541.
Clerks of circuit courts of appeal (amendment) 702.
Courts in Kansas (bill H- R. 7642) 1875.
Ezpediting cases under antitrust laws (bill S. 6773) 1629.
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds
ifoidgeport. Conn., public building (bill S. 7245) 1989.
Building for storing GK>vemment records and archives

(amendment) 2498.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing buildings (Report 2880)

1775.
Government Printing Office stables (Report 8014) 2066.
Indianapolis, Ind., public building (Report 2619) 1166.
Muskegon, Mich., public building (bill S. 6899) 898.
New York, N. Y., post-office building (amendment) 2693.
Public buildings (biU S. 7414) 2502.
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.
Fairbrass, Frederick J,, increase pension (see bill H. R. 17461).
Fairchildy John (?., increase pension (see bill H. R. 15459).
FaireXy Matilda M, {administratrix), relief (see bill S. 862).

report of Court of Claims (S. Doo. 108) 982.



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