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Funkhouser, Joseph E., relief (see bill S. 7128).
Fumey, Luther, papers referred in House 443.
Furse, Charles, increase pension (see bUl H. B. 16710).
Fuson, Stephen K., pension (see biU S. 6508).
"Future of the Pacific"

Besolntion in Senate to print article entitled, passed 486,
814.

Gaal, Aleocander, increase pension (see biU S. 6468).
Gabrion, Isaac, increase pension (see biU H. B. 9570).
Gage, Putnam F,, pension (see biU H. B. 16012).

Gaines, G. E.

Petition for consoUdation of Indian and Oklahoma Terri-
tories 293.
Gaines, John W. {a Representative from Tennessee)
Attended 2.
Amendments offered by, to

Alaska: biU for election of Delegate from 1162, 1163.
Anthracite Coal Strike Commission: bUl to pay expenses

of 40.
Corporations engaged in interstate commerce: biU relating

to 1907.
Deficiency appropriation biU 2538.



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Graines, John TF.— Continued.
Amendments offered by, to

Department of Commerce and LaTx)r: bill to establish 922,

023.
Live stock: bill to suppress contagions and infections dis-
eases of 868.
Navy appropriation bill 2359, 2390.

Philippine Islands: bill to amend act temporarily to provide
revenue for 481.

bill to promote efficiency of const-abulary of 618, 620.

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2079, 2080.
War claims: resolution for adjudication of 894, 895.
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by

Claiborne, Thomas: to increase pension (see bill H. R.

16089) 341.
Coal: to remove duty on (see bill H. R. 15371) 5.

to repeal duty on (see H. J. Res. 243) 551.

to suspend collection of duty on (see bill H. R.

16407) 551.
Exports: to regulate selling price of (see bills H. R. 17817,

17318) 1917.
Lotteries: to amend law relative to (see bill H. R. 16880)

979.
Nashville, Tenn: to improve public building at (see bill

H. R. 16135) 389.
Oney, J. H: to pension (see bill H. R. 16055) 290.
Overton, James: for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 16090) 341.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Coal: inquiry relative to monopoly in transporting and

selling (H. Res. 372) 551.
Executive Mansion: for inventory of property belonging to
(H. Res. 456) 2474, 2820.

inquiry relative to cost of improvements to (H. Res.

458) 2474.
Naval Academy: inquiry relative to architects employed in

connection with buildings for (H. Res. 459) 2474.
Remarks by, on

Adjudication of war claims 893, 894, 895, 896.

Alaska Delegate 1099, 1106, 1158, 1159, 1162, 1163.

Anthracite Coal Strike Commission 32, 35, 39, 40, 41.

Army appropriation bill 801.

Artificial limbs to soldiers 2162.

Department of Commerce and Labor 868, 922, 923.

Diseases of live stock 868, 369, 370, 371, 372.

Duties on steel blooms 64, 66, 67, 68.

Duty on coal 754, 755.

Executive Mansion expenditures 2076, 2077, 2079.

Executive Mansion relics 2820, 2822, 2823, 3021, 3022, 8023.

Food adulteration 447, 451, 452.

Fraudulent insurance companies 1526-1536 (Appendix 46).

Hawaiian silver coinage 578, 581, 583, 584.

Incidental subjects 63, 154, 198, 2073, 2588.

Indian appropriation bill 1282, 1436.

Indian Territory exhibit 2044.

Insular Bureau 2167.

Judicial salaries 1339, 1947 (Appendix 206). .

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 274,

275, 276, 281, 419.
Louisiana purchase papers 2538.
Manila, P. I., military post 2091.
Military Academy appropriation bill 1269.
Navy appropriation biU 2827, 2328, 2359, 2860, 2861, 2362,

2365, 2387, 2388, 2390, 2391, 2392, 2393, 2406.
New Orleans, La., mint, 878, 879.
Pension bills 254, 255.
Pension laws 545.
Pension legislation 631, 682, 688.
Personal privilege 638.

Philippine constabulary 611, 616, 617, 618, 619, 620, 621.
Philippine Islands coinage 1079.
Philippine Islands tariff 431.
Philippine relief fund 2088.
Post-Office appropriation bill 1526.
Sundiy civil appropriation bill 2044.
Temporary employees in War Department 274, 275, 288.
Trusts 418, 419, 1906, 1907.
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes.
Gtoines, Joseph Holt (a Representative from West Virginia)
Attended 2.
Remarks by, on

Duty on coal 793, 796. ,

Incidental subjects 8046.
Minority report 757.



Gaines, Joseph Holt — Continued.
Reports made by, from

Committee on Election of President
Frauds at elections (Report 29G9) 549.
Votes of. See Yea-anh-Nay Votes.

Gaines, Sylvester D., and others, enroll as members of Chicka-
saw Nation (see bill H. R. 17038).

Gkdnesvllle, Florida

Bills to increase appropriation for public building at (see
billsKR. 15451, 15521).

Gallagher, Eliza, pension (see bill S. 4123).
Gallatly, Hankey & Co.

Amendment in Senate to examine claim of 2734
Gfkllego, Messa & Co., relief (see bill S. 6529).
Galley, Alvin, papers referred in House 278.
Gallinger, Jacob H (a Senator from New Hampshire)
.A^ttended 1

Appointed conferee 344, 865, 947, 1191, 1873, 1989.
Credentials presented 1497.
Amendments offered by, to

Deficiency appropriation bill: payment of pensioners of

police fund 2247.

relief of Dennis M. Kerr and John H. Walker 2544.

payment of certain Treasury settlements 2544.

relief of holders and owners of District of Columbia

special-tax scrip 2735.
District of Columbia appropriation bill: condemnation of

jwrtion of Massachusetts avenue extended 941.

grading and macadamizing Grant street 983.

reconstruction of building for Homeopathic Hospital

1031.

continuing work on Connecticut avenue bridge 1063.

leave of absence to per diem employees of District

of Columbia 1063.

paving California avenue 1112.

vddening of Sherman avenue 1167.

chief clerk for street-sweeping office 1167.

extension of Euclid place 1167.

temporary soldiers' home 1167.

paving Fourteenth street 1254.

medical inspectors of public schools 1850.

paving Yale street 1400.

salaries of judges of police courts 1400.

macadamizing Woodley road and improving Wiscon-
sin avenue 1500.

improving Seventh and Cincinnati streets 1568.

salary of stenographer to Board of Charities 1563.

Arizona avenue sewer 1568.

filling vacancies in board of directors of Central

Dispensary and Emergency Hospital 1630.

fixing charges for use of telephones 1680.

improving property purchased for Western High

School 1674.

paving Seventh street 1728.

grading Chesapeake street 1723.

grading ILlinois avenue 1873.

extension of Euclid street 1930.

telephone charges 2099.

Immigration: bill to regulate 105, 2750, 2752, 2807.

Navy appropriation bill: corps of trained women nurses for

Navy 984.
■ salaries of professors at Naval Academy 2247, 2544.



- officers of (Svil Engineer Corps of Navy 2300.



Porto Rico: bill to provide for Delegate from 2987.
Sundry civil appropriation bill: building on Garfield
Memorial Hospital grounds 2068.

salary of chief clerk of Geological survey 2623.

War claims: bill to pay specified 1776.
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by

Aqueduct Bridge: to lay single electric-railway track across

(see bills. 6381) 14.
Bixby, Caroline W: to increase x)ension (see bill S. 6500)

124.
Chase, May Mosher: to increase pension (see biU S. 7207).

1451.
Corcoran Art Gallery: to exempt from taxation (see bill S.

7131) 1254.
Cummings, George: to increase pension (see bill S. 6985)

941.
District of Columbia: to amend act to establish code of law

for (see bill S. 6376) 25.



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GallJnger— Continned.
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by

District of Colmnbia: to confirm name of Seward place in

(see biU S. 6377) 26.
to amend act relating to tax sales and taxes in (see

bill S. 6421) 46.
to allow resnbdivision of lots or blocks in (see bill

S. 6581) 294.
to regnlate practice of pharmacy in (see bill S. 6625)

847.
granting representation in Congress and in electoral

college to (see S. R. 132) 14.
for care and treatment of insane persons in (see bill

S. 6980) 940.

to extend Eighth street in (see bill S. 7088) 1063.

for insi)ection of records of health office of (see bill

S. 7211) 1499.
to enlarge scope of act to provide permanent system

of highways in (see S. E. 158) 941.
to prevent location of buildings within limits of

Massachusetts avenue extended (see S. B. 154) 942.
to exempt building associations from taxation in

(see bill S. 7239) 1630.
Duncklee, Lorenzo P: to increase pension (see bill S. 6981)

940.
Fall, Orin T: to increase pension (see biU S. 6526) 208.
Farmer, Fanny: to increase pension (see bill S. 7166) 1349.
Food and drugs: to regulate interstate traffic in (see bill S.

7210) 1499.
Gilbert, Alonzo: to increase pension (see bill S. 6465) 95.
Hersum, Ann A: to increase pension (see bill S. 6422) 46.
Jackman, Ann M: to increase pension (see bill S. 7060) 1030.
Jackson, Willard A: to increase pension (see bill S. 6466) 95.
Johnson, Oilman B: to increase pension (see bill S. 6988)

941.
Kemball, Richard J: for relief (see bill S. 7391) 2434.
Harden, Maria A: to increase pension (see bill S. 6984) 941.
Masonic Mutual Relief Association: to amend act to incor-
porate (see bill S. 6525) 208.
Moulton, Linda F: to increase pension (see bill S. 6982) 941.
Navy: to establish nurse corps in (see bill S. 6416) 26.
Morris, Cyrus B: to increase pension (see bill S. 7077) 1063.
Noyes, Mary A: to increase pension (see bill S. 6329) 14.
Pinkham, Charles L: to increase pension (see bill S. 7076)

1063.
Ripley, Allen M: to increase pension (see bill S. 6330) 14.
Ropes, Sarah E: to increase pension (see bill S. 6467) 95.
Saez, Eduardo Mario: to receive for instruction at Naval

Academy (see S. R. 142) 179.
Washington, D. C: to exempt from taxation certain prop-
erty of American Institute of Architects in (see bill

S. 6511) 179.
to erect fountain by Edward Kemeys in (see bill S.

7075) 1063.
to establish public-convenience stations and bath

houses in (see bill S. 7282) 1776.
to allow Pintsch Compressing Company to lay pipes

in (see bill S. 7283) 1776.
to authorize abandonment of W street NE. in (see

bill S. 7312) 2027.
Wheeler, Nathaniel S: to increase pension (see bill S. 6328)

14.
Woodman, Alfred: to increase x>ension (see bill S. 7375)
2372.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Alcoholic liquor traffic: to print bill to amend law relative

to 1564.
"American labor's debt to railroads: " to print article on

294.
Army canteen: to print Senate document relative to 1167.
Bowie, Albert: to pay six months* salary to widow 179.
Chase, May Mosher: to withdraw her papers 2690.
Darcy, Mary E: to withdraw her papers 2300.
District of Columbia: to print report of commission on im-
provement of park system of 1063.
to print papers relative to park improvements in

1350, 2735.

to print revised code of law for 1674.

to print document on establishment and government

of 2335.
to print laws relating to canals and steam railroads

in 2864.
Executive session: for 195, 1943, 2647.
Johnston, William: to withdraw his papers 2956.
Maltby Building: relative to pay of employees at 2028.



Gtallihger— Continued.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Navigation laws: to print 2068.

Navy chaplains: inquiry relative to pay and status of 1112.

Ordnance: inquiry relative to types of breech mechanism
for 1068.

Pensions to freedmen: to print adverse report on 2543.

Post exchange and army canteen: to print pax)ers relating
thereto 464.

Riddle, George: to indefinitely postpone bill to increase
pension 296.

Territories: to print papers relative to admission to state-
hood of 2176.

Washington Monument: to print papers relating to history
of 1776.

Water filtration: to print Senate report on 2248.

Woodman's Handbook: to print 1400.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Citizens and individuals 294, 1671, 1974, 2025, 2066, 2332,

2733.
Societies and associations 13, 92, 124, 294, 934, 1066, 1251,

1397, 1450, 1558, 1671, 1718, 1974, 2025, 2176, 2246, 2298,

2332, 2738, 2776, 2868.

Remarks by, on

Brush, Anna O: pension to 8006.

Burton, Henry E: pension to 299.

Chief clerk of Geological Survey 2622, 2628, 2624.

Congressional Record distribution 346.

Consular service reorganization 1263.

District of Columbia appropriation bill 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989.

District of Columbia street railways 2758.

District of Columbia tax sales 1571.

Eighth street extension 1930.

Erection of monuments 1066.

Euclid avenue extension 1681.

Farmer, Fannie: pension to 1631.

Food adulteration 1727.

Hobson, Richmond P: retirement of 468.

Immigration 80, 97, 98, 99, 101, 103, 105, 185, 1064, 2750,

2751, 2752, 2804, 2805, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2895.
Licidental subjects 1864 (Appendix 105).
Johnson, Gilman B: pension to 1114.
Kimberly, Nannie M: pension to 399, 465.
Lovejoy, Arthur P: pension to 229.
McMillan, James: death of 1459.
Mass, Joseph S: pension to 473.
Negley, Grace A: pension to 1886.
O'Donnell, Patrick: pension to 1402.
Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico: admission of 312,

814, 1684, 1685, 1686, 1687, 1688, 1689, 1690, 1691, 1692.
Otey, Peter J: death of 2841.
Pension appropriation bill 892.
Pension bills 108, 109, 1172.
Pension laws 1305.
Pension legislation 1850.
Pensions for loss of limbs 844, 1878.
Pensions to remarried widows 2374.
Pima County, Ariz., bonds 1317.
Polygamy 1687, 1688, 1689, 1728, 1729.
Post-Office appropriation bill 2608.
Reed, Emily Lawrence: pension to 1676, 1677.
Ripley, Allen M: pension to 899.
Rural telephone free delivery 2509.
Seward Square 8005.
Sigel, Elise: pension to 1886.
Telephone charges 2099, 2100, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2104, 2105,

2106, 2107.
Union railroad station 1989.

Reports made by, from
Committee of conference

Height of buildings (bill H. R. 14050) 2544.

Pensions for loss of limbs (bill S. 4850) 1878, 2501.

Sigel, EHse (bill H. R. 15659) 2264.

Union railroad station (bill S. 4825) 1989.
Committee on ComToerce

Eagle Harbor, Mich., life-saving station (amendment)
1720.

Ethridge, Joseph W., and John M. Richardson (amend-
ment) 2066, 2784.

Light-house tender and light stations in Michigan (amend-
ment) 2871.

Officers of Revenue-Cutter Service as instructors in publio
marine schools (Report 2708) 1398.



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Gallinger— Ck)iitmned.
Communications from
Committee on the District of Columbia

Aqueduct Bridge street railway track (bill S. 6331) 1561.

Card index in office of register of wills (amendment) 1562.

Chief clerk for street-sweeping office (amendment) 1561.

Donaldson, Marie Irene (Report 2853) 1720.

Eighth street extension (Bepobt 2627) 1252.

Erection of isolation buildings (amendment) 1873.

Euclid avenue extension (Bsport 2191) 124.

Freight on street railways (bill S. 7369) 2338.

Garfield Memorial Hospital boilding (amendment) 2097.

Homeopathic Hospital building (amendment) 1872.

Improvement of Snerman avenue (amendment) 1872.

Jail warden (Repoet 2759) 1562.

Leaves of absence to per diem employees (amendment) 1252.

License fees (Report 2762) 1561.

License taxes (Report 2761) 1561.

Masonic Mutual Relief Association (Report 2904) 1929.

Medical inspectors of public schools (amendment) 1561.

Paving California avenue (amendment) 1561.

Paving Fourteenth street (amendment) 1872.

Paving Rhode Island avenue (amendment) 1562.

Paving Seventh street (amendment) 1872.

Paving Sixteenth street (amendment) 1872.

Paving Twenty-second street (amendment) 1562.

Paving Yale street (amendment) 1561.

Permanent system of highways (Report 2895) 1872.

Personal taxes (Report 2760) 1561.

Prevention of spread of communicable diseases (Report
3027) 2097.

Rearrangement of streets (bill S. 4512) 1561.

Salaries of judges of police court (amendment) 1561.

Salary of sanitary and food inspector (amendment) 1562.

Sealer of weights and measures (bill S. 7220) 1561.

Seward place (Report 2626) 1252.

Seward square (Report 2733) 1450.

Sixteenth street improvement 1254.

Temporary Soldiers' Home (amendment) 1561.

Washington, D. C, Daughters of American Bevolution
(Report 2666) 1297.

Western High School property (amendment) 1872.
Committee on Naval Affairs

Kaiser, Julius A. (Report 2550) 988.
Committee on PensionB

Allen, Charles R. (Report 3045) 2177.

Allen, James (Report 3110) 2333.

Amadou, John H. (Report 3156) 2371.

Anglada, Julia (Report 2683) 1349.

Arnold, Sydda B. (Report 2220) 295.

Arnold. Mary Lucetta (Report 3118) 2838.

Atwood, Philip ((Report 2439) 936.

Baldwin, David A. (Report 2907) 1929.

Barker, William S. (Report 2292) 465.

Barnes, Charles H. (Report 2147) 93.

Barnes, Charles H. (Report 3097) 2298.

Barnes, Israel F. (Report 2448) 937.

Barrett, Emily S. (Report 2131) 93.

Bates, Sarah L. (Report 2473) 937.

Bayly, Mary R. (Report 3300) 2646.

Beeson, John (Report 2445) 936.

Benefeldt, Frederick (Report 2271) 344.

Bingham, Anna C. (Report 3215) 2498.

Bixby, Caroline W. (Report 2217) 295.

Blockler, John (Report 2272) 344.

Blood, Albert (Report 2469) 937.

Bonneau, Francis N (Report 2689) 1349.

Boyington, Charles S. (Report 2594) 1110.

Brennan, Margaret (Report 2741) 1498.

Brosnan, Jane (Report 2305) 464.

Brown, George (Report 2826) 1672.

Bruff, John (Report 2230) 29&.

Buckley, Peter (Report 2764) 1562.

Buell, Nettie A. (Report 3054) 2246.

BuUard, Rachel E. (Report 2136) 93.

Burton, Henry E. (Report 2148) 93,

Buse, Johanna (Report 3056) 2246.

Cantley, William Q. (Report 2270) 344.

Carter, Reuben F. (Report 2692) 1349.

Chancellor, John W. (Report 2958) 1976.

Chase, Franklin (Report 2139) 93.

Chase, May Mosher (Report 2738) 1498.

Cheney, Ozro F. (Report 2773) 1562.

Chesley, Charles C. (Report 2135) 93.

Chester, Jane P. (Report 2687) 1349.



Gallinger— Continued.
Reports made b/, from
Committee on Pensions
Choate, George W. (Report 2693) 1349.
ChurchiU, Lucy T. (Report 3113) 2333.
Clark Robert (Report 2306) 464.
Cleaves, Frank (Report 2453) 937.
Cluxton, Jessie V. (Report 3268) 2499.
Cogswell, Leander W. (Report 2709) 1398.
Colby, Charles W. (Report 2145) 93.
Coit, Annie W. (Report 2768) 1562.
Connell, Hattie (Report 2142) 93.
Cook, Julia A. (Report 2712) 1398.
Cooper, Benjamin (Report 2577) 1062.
Cooper, Elvira M. (Report 2642) 1252.
Corbett, John (Report 2775) 1562.
Couch, Mary C. (Report 2952) 1977.
Cowie, Frances (Report 2690) 1349.
Cummings, George (Report 2573) 1062.
Cunningham, Ephraim (Report 2188) 93.
Cushman. Mrs. Charles H. (Report 2300) 464.
DagnaU, Elbert H. (Report 2888) 1871.
Da Silva, John (Report 2827) 1672.
Davis, Hilas D. (Report 2293) 464.
Dewstoe, Jessie R. (Report 2578) 1062.
Dodd, Enoch (Report 2765) 1562.
Downing, John (Report 2905) 1929.
Duncklee, Lorenzo P. (Report 2576) 1063.
Durham, James H. (Report 2889) 1871.
Edmunds, Erastus K (Report 2743) 1498.
Elkins, Lillian G. (Report 2899) 1930.
Ely. Charles S. (Report 2262) 344.
Evans, James (Report 2744) 1498.
Fall, Orin T. (Report 2261) 344.
Fallon, Bridget (Report 3217) 2498.
Farmer, Fanny (Report 2732) 1450.
Pay, Harry C. (Report 2308) 464.
Ferguson, Charles H. (Report 2441) 986.
Fisher, Cassius B. (Report 2296) 464.
Flanagan, James (Report 3172) 2642.
Flemizig, Thomas (Report 2447) 936.
Flinn, William (Report 2311) 464.
Fogle, Deborah J. (Report 3283) 2542.
Foster, James P. (Report 3222) 2498.
Fox, Edmund P. (Report 2549) 983.
French, Wilson (Report 3220) 2498.
Fuller, Luman (Report 2264) 344.
Fullerton, John (Report 3116) 2333.
Gates, James N. (Report 2475) 937.
Gerry, Sarah A. (Report 2684) 1349.
Gifford, Sarah E. (Report 3115) 2838.
Gilbert, Alonzo (Report 2214) 295.
Gilbert, Ann (Report 2771) 1562^
Gilmore, Mary A. F. (Report 3257) 2499.
Goddard, Luther D. (Report 2301) 464.
Gray, Wilson G. (Report 2763) 1562.
Greer, Rebecca R. (Report 2467) 937.
Gregg, GJeorge F. (Report 2446) 936.
Gremme, Joseph (Report 3063) 2246.
Harding, Lucy A. (Report 3162) 2436.
Harrington, Grace (Report 3112) 2333.
Harris, Parmenas P. (Report 2265) 344.
Harrison, James (Report 3265) 2499.
Hart, Albert J. (Report 3098) 2299.
Hart, Frederick (Report 2640) 1252.
Haskell, Ann M. (Report 2451) 937.
Hatch, Harriet (Report 2144) 93.
Hattery, William M. (Report 3171) 2433.
Helphinstine, Henry C. (Report 2442) 986»
Hersum, Ann A. (Report 2137) 93.
Heywood, William (Report 2468) 937.
Hill, S. Josie (Report 2218) 295.
Hilton, Charles S. F. (Report 3058) 2246.
Holiday, Sylvester (Report 2263) 344.
Holstein, Maggie V. (Report 2951) 1976.
Hooper, Otis T. (Report 2472) 937.
Hopkins, Hannah J. G. (Report 2452) 937.
Home, A. Paul (Report 2710) 1398.
Hostetler, William H. T. (Report 3269) 2499.
Howard, Benjamin W. (Report 2438) 986.
Howe, Gfeorge F. (Report 2457) 937.
Howe, Michael (Report 3256) 2499.
Hubbard, Jared P (Report 2470) 937.
Hunt, Mitchell (Report 2455) 937.
Hutchinson, Eliza M. (Report 3028) 2097.



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Gallinger— Continued.
Reports made by, from

Committee mi Betisions
Jackman, Ann M (Report 2595) 1110.
Jackflon, OliTer G. (Report 8063) 2246.
Jackson, Willard A. (Report 2215) 295.
Johnson^ Gihnan B. (Report 2572) 1062.
Jones, James (Report 2999) 2066.
Keith, Fordyce M. (Reports 2S03, 2436) 464, 986.
Kelley, John, 2nd (Report 2597) 1110.
Kimberly, Nannie M. (Reports 2140, 2291) 93, 465,
King, William (Report 8157) 2371.
Kirwan, Thomas (Report 2221) 295.
Krohn, Philip (Report 8174) 2488.
Lane, John Q. (Report 8053) 2247.
Lawrence, Lncinda (Report 3168) 2433.
Leach, Morton A. (Report 2552) 1030.
Ledyard, Bessie (Report 2870) 1720.
Lee, Julia (Report 2622) 1166.
Lester, Abner H. (Report 2268) 344.
Levenseler, Laura (Report 2639) 1252.
Libby, Harry F. (Report 2809) 1629.
Likes, Edmond (Report 2266) 344.
Lincoln, Matthew W. (Report 3169) 2488.
Lindenbower, Vina (Report 2637) 1252.
Lister, Elisabeth (Report 8057) 2246,
Little, Eliza (Report 2143) 93.
Logsn, Bridget (Report 3061) 2346.
Loomis, WilUam F. (Report 2598) 1110.
Lovejoy, Arthur P. (Report 2130) 93,
Luse, Frances E. (Report 3259) 2499.
McArthnr, John (Report 2474) 937.
McClure, Heniy O. (Report 2310) 464.
HcDaniel, Wilham (Report 3111) 2388.
McOuinn, Catherine (Report 3176) 2433.
Macfarlane, John (Report 271 1) 1398.
Maddox, Martha (Report 3264) 2499.
Marden, Maria A. (Report 2574) 1062.
Mathews, Catharine T. R. (Report 3178) 2438.
Mattingly, James (Report 2883) 1775.
Maxfield, Isadora F. (Report 2304) 464.
Maxwell^ William H. (Report 2146) 93.
Mattimore, Patrick (Report 2149) 98.
May, Wallace K. (Report 2269) 344.
Merritt, Sarah E. (Report 3055) 2246.
Mess, Joseph S. (Report 2227) 295.
Miller, William A. (Report 2229) 295.
Mitchell, Samuel S. (Report 8263) 2499.
Montgomery, William (Report 2465) 937.
Monty, James (Report 2789) 1499.
JAomn^ Benjamin £. (Report 2443) 936.
Motdton, Linda F. (Report 2575) 1062.
MuU, John T. (Report 2267) 344.
Munson, Margaret A. (Report 2456) 987.
Newton, Oliver W. (Report 3175) 2433.
Korris, Cyrus B. (Report 2621) 1166.
Norton. Milton C. (Report 8170) 2438.
Noyes, Mary A. (Report 2134) 93. *

0*Donnell, Patrick W. (Report 2682) 1849.
O'Neill, James (Report 2295) 464.
Osbom, Orlando S. (Report 2219) 295.
Owens, Richard (Report 2440) 937.
Parcher, Othniel P. (Report 2454) 937.
Peabody, Gustavus W. (Report 2767) 1562.
Peabody, Thomas E. (Report 2685) 1349.
Peake, Charles E. (Report 2307) 464.
Pension appropriation bill (bill H. R. 15598; Report

398.
Pensions to remarried widows (Report 2579) 1062.
Perkins, Gustavus S. (Report 2772) 1562.
Pinkhsun, Charles L. (Report 2618) 1167.
Pinney, Annie P. (Report 2450) 937.
Pook, Ellen F. (Report 2225) 295.
Potts, Eli (Report 3262) 2490.
Powell. Emma Dean (Report 2302) 464.
Price, James T. (Report 3255) 2499.
Radcliffe, Samuel J. (Report 2593) 1110.
Rafferty, Rosetta E. (Report 2874) 1720.
Reedy, Daniel J. (Report 2599) 1111.
Reeves, Andrew J. (Report 2460) 937.
Reeves, Lockie W. (Report 2444) 986.
Rhoades, Jennie W. (Report 2766) 1562.
Richardson, George W. (Report 2987) 2026.
Ripley, Allen M. (Report 2133) 93.



Gallinger— Continued.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Pensions

Robertson, Joseph W. (Report 2226) 295.

Robinson, John (Report 2132) 93.

Ropes, Sarah E. (Report 2216) 295.

RouGh, Peter B. (Report 3258) 2499.

Rumple, Mary H. (Report 3089) 2299.

Russell. Isaac F. (Report 2769) 1562.

Sands, William (Report 3064) 2246.

Seal, Thomas (Report 2686) 1252.

Searcy, Elizabeth P. (Report 2437) 986.

Sheldon, Charles F. (Report 2459) 937.

Sigel, Eiise (Report 2746) 1499.

Slocum, Jonathan H. (Report 2222) 29$.

Smith, Andrew C. (Report 2900) 1930.

Smith, Clara E. (Report 8117) 2333.



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