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Passed Honse 251, 269.— Examined and signed 624, 544.— Approved by
President 666.

S. 1788—
For the relief of R. M. Lay, administrator of Henry Lay, de-
ceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 24.

S. 1790—

For the relief of the estate of John S. Claybrooke, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

S. 1801—

Granting an increase of pension to James K. Van Matre.

Passed House 252, 270.— Examined and dgrned 624, 544.— Approved by
President 666.

S. 1816—

For the relief of the estates of William H. Watson, deceased,
and Leonhard Fehner, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Conrt of Claims 2865.

S. 1829—
For the relief of the estate of Mrs. Eloise Deslonde, deceased.
Reported back for i*eference to Court of Claims 2865.

S. 1833—

Providing for the transfer of censns records and yolmnes to the
Census Office, and for other purposes.

Passed House 420.— Examined and sifi^ned 524, 544.— Approved by Presi-
dent 666.

S. 1854—

For the relief of Thomas Dixon.

Reported bcusk adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 26.

S. 1855—

For the relief of Eugene L. Derr, administrator of the estate of
John Derr, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 26.

S. 1800—

For the relief of the estate of Elijah Thompson, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 26k

S. 1862—

For the relief of William A. Gordon, administrator of the estate
of William D. C. Murdock, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 26.

S. 1800—

For the relief of Herbert O. Dmm.
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S. 1867—

For the relief of Anna M. Anderson and Charles Y. G. Ander-
son, executors of George W. Anderson, deceased.
Beported back adversely (S. Bepobt 8127) and indefinitely postponed 25.

S. 1870—
For the relief of Anna M. Anderson and Charles L. Q. Ander-
son, executors of George W. Anderson, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and Indefinitely postponed 25.

S. 1871—

For the relief of George Brewer.

Reported back adversely (S. Rbport 2127) and Indefinitely postponed 25.
8. 1873—
Granting an increase of pension to Hilas D. Davis.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2208) 464.— Paaaed Senate
689.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported
bock (H. R. Report 3343) 1282.— Passed House 2209, 2237.— Examined
and signed 2812, 2868.— Approved by President 2601.

S. 1901—

For the relief of Edward Wetherington, executor of Jane L.
Daugherty, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Ck>nrt of Claims 2865.

S. 1902—

For the relief of Flora A. Darling.

Debated and passed House 880, 899.— Examined and signed 1020.— Ap-
proved by President 1264.

S. 1903—

Granting an increase of pension to Hamline B. Williams.

Reported bock (H. R. Report 3S27) 1025.— Passed House 1143, 1152.— Ex-
amined and signed 1290, 1285.— Approved by President 1645.

S. 1904—

For the relief of I. Winslow Ayer.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 2128) and indefinitely postponed 24.
S. 1905—

For the erection of a keeper's dweUing at Grosse Isle, North
Channel Range, Detroit River, Michigan.

Debated andpassed House 2288.— Examined and signed 2410, 2413.— Ap-
proved by Inresident 2681.

S. 1914—

Granting an increase of pension to Elbert Chittum.

Repoi-ted back with amendments (S. Report 2253) 344— Passed Senate
6b7.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reiwi-ted
back (H. R. Report 3488) 1715.— Passed House 2216, 2238.— Examined
and signed 2342, 2308.— Approved by President 2091.

S. 1927—
For the relief of Adelaide B. Lindenberger.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2885.

S. 1928—

For the relief of G. H. Sowder.

Debated and passed House 1485, 1491, 1494.— Examined and signed 1664.
1671.— Approved by President 1889.

S. 1938—

For the relief of the vestry of Christ Episcopal Chnrch of Holly
Springs, Miss.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2955.

S. 1939—

Granting an increase of pension to John M. Drake.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2504) 937.— Passed Senate
1196.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.— Re-

g^rted back (H. R. Report 3489) 1715.— Passed House 2216, 2288.—
xamined and signed 2342, 2368.- Approved by President 2691.

S. 1944—

Granting an increase of pension to Ann £. Tillson.

Passed House 253, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 544.— Approved by
President 666. '

S. 1954—

To authorize Capt. N. M. Brooks, Superintendent of Foreign
Mails, Post-Office Department, to accept a decoration ten-
dered to him by the Emperor of Germany.
Laid on table 71.

S. 1955—

To authorize George W. Hill, Chief of the Division of Publica-
tions of the Department of Agriculture, to accept a decora-
tion tendered to him by the Government of the French
Republic.
Laid on table 71.

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8. 1956—

Granting permission to Maj. Gen. John M. Schofield, United
States Army, to accept the decoration of the Crofls of Com-
mander of the National Order of the Legion of Honor,
conferred upon him by tiie President of France.
Laid on table 71.

8. 1957—

Granting permission to Mr. Hubbard T. Smith, secretary of
the United States commissioner to China and consular clerk
of the United States, to accept a decoration conferred upon
him by the Government of China.
Laid on table 71.

B. 1958—

Granting permission to Capt. C. DeW. WiUcox, United States
Army, to accept the diploma and decoration of OflScier
d' Acad^mie awarded to him by the Government of France.
Laid on table 7L

B. 1959—

Granting permission to Capt. Stephen L'H. Slocum, United
States Army, to accept a medal conferred upon him by the
King of England.
Laid on table 71.

S. 1980—

Granting permission to Lieut. W. P. Scott, United States Navy,
to accept a medal of merit presented to him by the Saltan
of Turkey.
Laid on table 71.

S. 1969—

To conserve the flood waters of Lake Tahoe, in the States of Cali-
fomia and Nevada, and to regulate the outflow thereof.
Paased over in Senate 600.

S. 1978—

Granting an increase of pension to Wesley S. Potter.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2164) 94.— Passed Senate
681.— Referred toHonse Committee on Invalid Pensions 753.— Beported
back (H. R. Rbport 3262) 1057.— Passed House 1146, 1152.— Examined
and signed 1290, 1295.— Approved by President 1645.

S. 2007—

Granting a pension to Mary A. Everts.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2162) 93.— Paased Seoate
680.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 7S6.— Beported
back (H. R. Rrport 3490) 1715.— Passed House 2216, 2238.-Examined
and signed 2312, 2368.— Approved by President 2691.

S. 2056-

Granting an increase of pension to David J. Newman.

Passed House 252, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 644.— Approved liy
President 666.

S. 2084—

Granting an increase of pension to Samuel E. Ewing.

Reported back (H. R. Report 8222) 1085.-Pa8sed House 1142, HSC-
Examined and signed 1290, L^.— Approved by President 1645.

S; 2109—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles C. Davis.

Passed House 252, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 644.— Approved bf
Prettident666.

S. 2111—

Granting an increase of pension to WiUiam Kepler.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2252) 844.— Passed Senate
6»7.— Referred to House Ck>mmittee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3491) 1715.— Passed House 2216, 2238.— Examined
and signed 2342, 2368.- Approved by President 2601.

S. 2114—

Granting an increase of pension to Sarah B. Barger.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2251) 844.— Passed Seoate
C87.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Be-
ported back (H. R. Report 8344) 12»2.-Pa8sed House 2209, 2«37.-Ex-
amined and signed 2342, 2368.— Approved by President 2691.

S. 2129—

Granting an increase of pension to Patrick Mattimore.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 2149) and indefinitely postponed 88

S. 2130—

Granting a x)ension to Margaret A. Mnnson.

Reported back with amendment (8. Report 2456) 987.— Passed Seoate
ll93.— Referi'ed to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 129L— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 8493) 1715.— Passed House 2216, 2238.-lfix-
amined and signed 2342, 2368.— Approved by President 2691.

S. 2139-

For the relief of John Q. Everson and others.

Reported back adversely (8. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed S&i



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8. 2144-

For the relief of Catherine Winters.

Reported back adyerselj (S. Bxpobt 8151) and indefinitely postponed 25.
8. 2146—

For the relief of inspectors of cnstoms who performed double
duty.
Reported back adversely (S. Bbfobt 2127) and Indefinitely postponed 25.
8.2147—
For the relief of the heirs of Gk>ttlieb C. Grammer, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Rxpobt 2127) and indefinitely postponed 25.
S. 2150—
For the relief of Lorenzo Thomas, jr., and Henry C. Thomas.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely pofltponed25.
S. 2154—

For the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of John
Clemson and John C. Cookson.
Reported back adversely (8. Rxpobt 2127) and indefinitely postponed 25.
8. 2205-
To correct the military record of Joseph T. Vincent.

Reported back with amendment 702.— C!onsideration objected to 1506 —
I%ts6ed Senate 1887.— Referred to House Committee on Militarv Af-
fairs 1972. '

8. 2210—

Relating to Hawaiian silver coinage and silver certificates.
Debated, amended, and passed House 577,685.— Senate conctirs in House
amendments 591.— Examined and signed 700,757.- Approved by Presi-
dent 815.

S. 2212—

For the relief of the Presbyterian Chnrch of Hnttonsville.
W. Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2855.
8. 2216—

For the relief of Elizabeth Mnhleman, widow, and the heirs at
law of Samnel A. Muhleman, deceased.
Debated 1488, U91, 1494, 1662.

8. 2286—

For the relief of cnstoms inspectors.

Reported back adversely (8. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 26.

S. 2252—

For the relief of Daniel H. Snyder.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2897) 1872.— Passed Senate
:^t}^.— Referred to House Committee on Military Affairs 2715.

8. 2250—

Granting an increase of pension to Andrew J. Pennel.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2515) 038.— Passed Senate
1197.— Referred to Hotzse Committee on Invalid Pensions iJSO.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3488) 1715.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed 2342, 2309.— Approved by President 2091.

S. 2259—

Granting a pension to Sarah J. Snook.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2001) 1111.— Passed Senate
1201.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1)380.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 84»4) 1715.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed 2842, 2308.— Approved by President 2881.

S. 2270—

Granting an increase of pension to Sarah J. Warren.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2834) 464.— Passed Senate
052.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 767.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3343) 1292.— Passed House 2209, 2237.— Examined
and signed 2406, 2410.— Approved by President 2800.

S. 2278—

For the relief of George W. Craig.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 2127) and indefinitely postponed 25.

S. 2283—

Granting an increase of pension to William F. Angevine.

Passed House 259, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 544.— Approved by
President 000.

S. 2286-

For the relief of John T. Vincent.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2804.

S. 2296—

To amend an act approved March 2, 1805, relating to public
printing.
Reported back and House amendment amended and concurred in 845.—
House disagrees to Senate amendment 781.— Senate insists upon its
amendment 70^.— Conference appointed 731, 702.- Conference report
made and agreed to 948, 1019, 1205.— Examined and signed 1280, 1^.—
Approved by President 1500.



S. 2302—

Granting a pension to Rose O. Cmmmett.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2480} 987.— Pa!»ed Senate
1195.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 8495) I716.-Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed 2842, 2888.— Approved by President 2891.

S. 2806-

Granting an increase of pension to William H. Lessig*

Passed House 268, 270.— Examined and signed 624, 544.— Approved by
President 000.

S. 2341—

To authorize the readjustment of the accounts of Army officers
in certain cases, and for other purposes.
Referred to House Committee on War Claims 752.— Reported back
(H. R. Report 8102) 758.

S. 2344—

To remove the charge of desertion against Samuel Bobbins.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2398) and indefinitely postponed

S. 2353—

Granting an increase of pension to Almond Partridge.

Passed Senate 110.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions
171.— Reported back (H. R. Report 2890) 421.— Passed House 037, 063.—
Examined and signed 878, 983.— Approved by President 1204.

8. 2363—

Granting an increase of pension to James A. Capen.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2245) 295.— Passed Senat-e
687.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 750.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3493) 1715.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Examined
and signed 23i2, 2368.- Approved by President 2891.

S. 2395—

For the relief of James Watt, administrator of the estate of
Kate S. Jones, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Conrt of Claims 2806.

S. 2402—

To remove the charge of desertion from the military record of
William F. Barrett.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2412) and indefinitely postponed

S. 2404—

For the relief of Joseph Edward Montgomery.
Reported back for reference to Conrt of Claims 2^.

S. 2409—

Granting an increase of pension to John A. Rotan.

Passed House 251, 209.— Examined and signed 524, 544.— Approved by
President 000.

S. 2418—

To ratify an agreement with the Indians of the Devils Lake
Beseryation, in North Dakota, and making appropriation
to carry the same into effect.
Reported back with amendment (H. R. Report 3775) 2240.

S. 2429—

To provide for the payment of overtime claims of letter carriers
excluded from judgment as barred by limitation.

Debated and passed Senate 1501.— Referred to House Committee on
Claims I023.-Reported back (H. R. Report 8778) 2240.

S. 2439—

Granting an increase of pension to Richard A. Larimer.

Reported back (S. Report 2a>9) 514.— Passed Senate 098 —Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R.
Rkport 8497} 1715.— Passed House 2217, 1088.- Examined and signed
2842, 2308.— Approved by President 2091.

S. 2450—

To establish a fog bell and lens-lantern light on the southeastern
end of Southampton Shoal, San Francisco Bay, California. ,
Debated and passed House 1018.— Examined and signed 1800, 1871.— Ap>
proved by President 1909.

S. 2512—

For the relief of Elijah Stannard.

Repoi*ted back for reference to Court of Claims 2806.

S. 2521—

For the relief of J. W. Cannon.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2806.

8. 2525—

For the relief of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, of Lar-
kinsville, Ala.
Reported back for reference to Conrt of Claims 2956.



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S. 2526—

For the relief of the Bolivar Lodge of Free and Accepted Ma-
sons, of Stevenson, Ala.
Reported back for reference to Gonrt of ClaixnB 2966.

S. 2527—

For the relief of the Cnmberland Presbyterian Church, of
Pleasant Springs. Ala.
Reported back for reference to Court of Clainis 8965.

S. 2646—

Granting a pension to William Johnston.

Reported back (H. R. Report 2961) 510.— Passed House 647, 653.— Exam-
ined and signed 878, 933.— Approved by President 1264.

S. 2591—

Granting an increase of pension to George W. McComb.

Reported back with amendments (S. Rkport 2422) 980.— Passed Senate
117(K— Referred to House Committee on Invalid PensionH 1291.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 8498) 1715. -Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed 2342, 2388.— Approved by President 2891.

S. 2590—

Granting an increase of pension to Israel F. Barnes.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2448) 987.— Passed Senate
11^.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1291.— Re-
ported bock (H. R. Report 8499) 1715.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed Zii2, 2988.— Approved by President 8891.

8. 2602—

For the relief of the estate of Mrs. Nancy Eddins, deceased.
Reported back adversely (S. Report 2187) and indefinitely postponed 24.

S. 2820—

Granting an increase of pension to Ardenia Dillon.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2423} 936.— Passed Senate
1170.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1291.— Re-

gDrted back (H. R. Report 3500) J1713).— Passed House 2277, 2238.—
xamined and signed 2342, 2868.— Approved by President 2601.

8. 2635—

For the relief of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Point
Pleasant, W. Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 8865.

8. 2638—

Granting an increase of pension to David O. Carpenter,

Passed House i^ 270.— Examined and signed 624, 544.— Approved by

President 666.

8. 2644—
To promote the circulation of reading matter among the blind.
Reported back (H. R. Report 8G57) 1867.

8. 2646—

Granting a pension to Justus L. Denton.

Reported back (H. R. Report 2963) 510.— Passed House 647, 663.— Exam-
ined and signed 878, 933.— Approved by President 1264.

8. 2705—

To provide an American register for the barge Admiral Tromp.

Jnoflt of Committee on Merchant ]
bill to committee objected to 2581.

8. 2739—

For the relief of H. C, Armistead.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 2773—

For the relief of the trustees of Tuscarora Lodge, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, of Martinsburg, W. Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2955.

8. 2774—
For the relief of the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church
at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2955.

8. 2775—

For the relief of the estate of Stephen Staley, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 2777—
For the relief of the county court of Jefferson County, W. Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 2799—

Granting an increase of pension to Israel V. Hoag.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2002) 1111.— Passed Senate
1202.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3501) 1715.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Exam-
ined and signed 1042, 2869.— Approved by President 2601.

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8. 2806—

Granting an increase of pension to Laura S. Picking.

R3ported back with amendment (H. R. Report 3027) 696.— Amended and
p:iH«ed House 1125, 11.52.— Senate concurs in House amendments 1190.—
Examined and signed 1290, 1295.— Approved by President 1045.

8. 2830—

For the relief of the estate of C. G. Bosnell, deceased.
Rei)orted back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 2842—

For the relief of the estate of John L. Smith, deceased.
ReiK)rted back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

8. 2860—

Granting an increase of pension to Henderson Mercer,

Reported back with amendment (fl. Report 2782) 15(52.— Passed Senate
H)78.— Referred to Hou.se Committee on Invalid Pensions 1772— Re-
ported bock (H. R. Report 3741) 2063.— Passed House 22^, 2239.- Ex-
amined and signed 2342, 2369.— Approved by President 2892.

8. 2863—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Mary L. Purington.

Reported back (H. R. Report 3005) 698.— Passed House 1132, 1162.— Ex-
amined and signed 1290, 1295.— Approved by President 164&

8. 2869—

For the relief of Abram G. Hoyt.
Passed over in Senate 600.

8. 2871—

To correct the military record of Edward T. Lewis.

Passed Senate 1887.— Referred to House Committee on Military Aitaira
1972.

8. 2924—

For the relief of the legal representative of Maj. William
Kendall.
Passed over in Senate 601.— Indefinitely postponed (see Un H. B. 7007)
1673.

8. 2936—

Granting a pension to Joanna Rommel.

Passed House 254, 270.— Examined and signed 624, 644.— Approved by
President 709.

8. 2936—

Granting an increase of pension to Berthold Femow.

Reported back (H. R. Report 3502) 1716.— Passed House 2217, 2288. - SX'
amined and signed 2342, 2860.— Approved by President 2882.

8. 2974—

Granting an increase of pension to Samuel J. Boyer.

Reported back with amendment (8. Report 2520) 988.— Passed Senate
1197.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1346.— Be-
I>orted back (H. R. Report 2Sm) 1716.— Passed House 2217, 2238.— Ex-
amined and signed 2342, 2368.— Approved by President 2092.

8. 2980—

For the relief of the estate of William A. Nally.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 2991—

For the relief of F. C. Boucher.
Passed over in Senate 604.

8. 3020—

Granting an increase of pension to Eliza E. Littlefield.

Passed Senate 116.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid PenaioDS
171.-Reported back (H. R. Rkport 3684) 2U23.-Paa«ed House 2280,
2239.— Examined and signed 2342, 2368.— Approved by President 2692.

8. 3034—

For the relief of the owners and officers of the brig Olive
Frances, and others on board said brig.

Passed over in Senate (104.- Passed Senate 1876.— Referred to House Com-
mittee on Claims 1972.

8. 3035—

Granting an increase of pension to Elias Brewster.

Passed Senate 111.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensiona
171.— Reported bark (H. R. Report 3013) 551.-Pa88ed House 662, 653.—
Examined and signed 878, 933.— Approved by President 1284.

8. 3055—

For the relief of Mason G. Ellzey, executor of William W. Ell-
zey, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865

8. 3081—

Granting an increase of pension to Leonard A. Norton.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2197) 178.— Passed Senate
0!*4.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3504) 1716.— Passed House 2217, 2288.— Examined
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id Honse 64, 71.— Examined and signed 273, 283.— Ap-
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8. 3083—

Providing for the adjudication of certain claims by the Court
of Claims.
Debated and
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S. 3093—

To authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to

prescribe license fees, make regfulations governing the same,

and fix i)enalty for noncompliance therewith, and for other

purposes.

Reported back adversely (S. Bkport 2762) and indefinitely postponed

8. 3112—

Conferring jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to determine
all claims of the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior and
the Mississippi, and to determine the claims of the White
River or Confederated Bands of Ute Indians of Colorado,
and the Delaware Indians.
Amended and passed Senate 1505.— Reconsidered, amended, and passed
Senate 1566, 1574.— Referred to House Committee on Indian Affairs
1647.

8. 3141—

For the relief of Decatur Lodge, No. 62, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, of Decatur, Ala.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2056.

8. 3149—

For the relief of the trustees of the Centenary Reformed
Church, of Winchester, Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 286S.

8. 8152-

Granting a pension to Esther G. Wharton.

Reported back with amendnents (S. Rbfobt 86fi6) 1110.— Paaaed Senate

8. 8160—

For the relief of the heirs of Stephen D. Castleman.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2865.

8. 8161—

For the relief of the heirs of Eli Stake.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

8. 8174—

Granting an increase of pension to Fredericke W. Lillman.
Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2661) 1253.— Amended and



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