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riam to the grade of major-general in the United States
Army on the retired list.
Reported back with amendment (S. Rxport 2210) 206.— Passed Senate
1065.— Referred to Honse Committee on Military Affairs 1125.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 8385) 1347.— Debated and passed House
1566.— Examined and signed 1071.— Approved by President 1889.

8. 6898—

Granting an increase of pension to Willie Thomas.

Passed Honse 253, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 644.— Approved by
President 666.

S. 5896—

To provide United States registry for the steamer Success.
Reported back (S. Rspobt 8314) 2864.

S. 5897—

To regulate the assessment and collection of personal taxes in
the District of Colnmbia.

ReT>orted back adversely (8. Ebpobt 2760) and indefinitely jiostponed
1561.

S. 5901—

Granting an increase of pension to Orange Sells.

Reported back (H. R. Rkport 8530) 1716.— Passed Honse 2219,2288.— Ex-
amined and signed 2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2866.

S. 5909—

For the extension of Euclid avenue.

Reported back with amendment (8. Rxport 2191) 124.— Passed Senate
1(381.— Referred to Honse Committee on District of Colnmbia 1772.

8. 5912—

For the relief of the heirs of Lemuel J. Bowden, deceased.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

S. 5918—

Granting a pension to Cherstin Mattson.

Passed Honse 268, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 544.— Approved by
President 709.

8. 6914—

Establishing a regular term of United States district court in
Addison, W. Va.
Reported back (H. R. Report 8168) 979.— Passed House 1826.— Exam-
ined and signed 1883, 1306.— Approved by President 1564.

8. 6918—

To amend section 1225 of Revised Statutes so as to provide for
detail of retired officers of the Army and Navy to assist in
military instruction in schools.
Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2800) 1719.— Debated and
passed Senate 1783 —Referred to Houso Committee on Military
Affairs 19n.— Reported back (H. R. Rkport 3705; aOdl.

S. 6920—

Prescribing license taxes in the District of Columbia, and for
other purposes.
iEieported back adversely (S. Report 2761) and indefinitely postponed

S. 6928—

To establish an assay office at Tacoma, Wash.
Passed over in Senate 601.

S. 6929—

Granting a pension to Margaret J. McCranie.

Reported back with amendment CS. Report 2665) 1297.— Passed Senate
1676.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 1772.— Reported back
(H. R. Report 36K7) 20^.— Passed House 2230, 2239.— Examined and
signed 2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2866.

8. 5982—

Granting an increase of pension to William Kirkpatrick.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2517) 988.— Passed Senate
llsy7.—Ref erred to Honse Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.

S. 5938—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry O. McClure.

Reported back (S. Report 2310^ 464.— Passed Senate 690.— Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R.
Report 8531) 1716.— Passed House 2219, 2238.— Examined and signed
2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2866.



Reported back (S. Report 2097) 1849.— Indefinitely postponed (see bill
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S. 5940—

For the relief of Henry P. Montgomery,
ad back (f
6516) 287a

8. 5948—

To correct the naval record of George Nelson Armstrong.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2823) 1672.— Passed Senate
2627.— Referred to House Committee on Naval Affairs 2715.

S. 5944—

Granting an increase of pension to Frederick W. Willey, alias
William F. Willey.
Reference changed to Committee on Invalid Pensions 205.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 2998) 550.— Passed House 650, 653.— Examined and
signed 878, 963.— Approved by President 1264.

S. 5952—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry L. Davenport.

Reported back (8. Report 2877) 590.— Passed Senate 094.— Referred £o
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R. Re-
port 3358) 1298.— Passed House 2210, 2238.— Examined and signed 2408,
2410.— Approved by President 2866.

S. 5963—

Granting a pension to Ann M. Green.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2187) 124.— Passed Senate
684.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 904.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3584) 1868.— Passed House 2222, 2239.— Examined
and signed 2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2866.

8. 6956—

For the relief of the representatives of M. F. Merritt, deceased.
Reported back (S. Report 2629) 1252.— Consideration objected to 2264.—
Passed Senate 2373.— Referred to House Committee on War Claims
2418.

8. 6959—

For the relief of Clifton Lodge, No. 178, Free and Accepted
Masons.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2955.

8. 5963—

Granting a pension to Sarah Jane Gibson Ogden.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2319) 464.— Passed Senate
691.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 808.

8. 6967-

Granting an increase of x)ension to Mary E. Craig.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report S532) 938.— Passed Senate
1198.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions (omitted in
/?ecord).— Reported back (H. R. Report avvi) li^.— Passed House 2282,
2239.— Examined and signed 2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2866.

8. 6970—

To amend an act entitled "An act to incorporate The National
Florence Crittenton Mission."
Indefinitely postponed (see bill H. R. 14899) 1682.

S. 6971—
For the relief of the Free and Accepted Order of Masons in the
town of Keysville, Charlotte County, Va.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2955.

8. 6976—

Granting an increase of pension to Milton Frazier.

Passed Senate 110.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions
170.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3230) 1025.— Passed Houso 1143,
1152.— Examined and signed 1290, 1295.— Approved by President 1645.

8.6977—

For the relief of the estates of William Cnrry, William Pink-
ney, and James Filor, all deceased, partners in the owner-
ship in real estate.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

8. 5991—

Granting an increase of pension to William Barrett.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2522) 988.— Passed Senate
1198.— Refen-ed to Houss Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3586) 1808.-Pas8ed House 2222, 2239.—
Examined and signed 2408, 2410.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6993—

Granting an increase of pension to James G. Davis.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2671) 1297.— Passed Senate
1676.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 1772.— Reference
changed to Committee on Invalid Pensions 1894.— Reported back
(H. R. Report 3733) 2063.— Passed House 2238, 2239.— Examined and
signed 2406, 2410.— Approved by President 2867.

8.6006—

For the relief of the heirs of David C. Williams.
Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.



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S. 6008—

Granting an increase of pension to Dayid VickeiB.

Paaeed House 266, 27D.— Examined and signed SSi, 5iA.— Approyed by

Pi-esident 606.

s. eon—

For the relief of Nye & Scbneider Company.
Reported back (S. Bicpobt 2696) 1840.

S. 6012—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary Ann Sears.

Reported back with amendmentB (S. Report 21B5) 94.— Paased Senate
683.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Peiudons 786.— Reported
back (H. R. Rsport 3532) 1716.— Passed Honse 2210, 2288.— Examined
and signed 2106, 24U.— Approved by President 2867.

S. 6018—

Granting an increase of x>ension to William J. Cbitwood.

, Repoi-ted back (S. Report 2881) 461.— Passed Senate 692.— Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R. Re-
port 3471) 1625.— Passed Honse 2216, 2238.— Examined and signed 2408,
2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6024—

Granting a pension to Rebecca A. Glass.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2682) 1262.— Amended and
passed Senate 1(575.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions
1772.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3664) 1916.— Passed House 2229.
2239.- Examined and signed 2406, 2411.— Approved by President 2866.

S. 6026—

Granting an increase of pension to Eliza Ldttle.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2143) 98.— Passed Senate
680.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3359) 1283.— Passed House 2210, 2238.— Examined
and signed 2406, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

S. 6027—

For the relief of the heirs of William Markham, deceased.
ReiK>rted back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.

8. 6028—

To provide for the appointment of additional United States
commissioners in the western jndidal district, Indian
Territory, and for other purposes.
Reference changed to Committee on Indian Affairs 481.

8. 6032-

To establish a laboratory for the stndy of the criminal, pauper,
and defective classes.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2668) 1297.— Consideration
objected to 1577.

8. 6034—

Baising the rank of Chief Engineer David Smith on the retired
list of the Navy.
Reported back (H. R. Report 8021) 654.— Debated and passed House
1475. 1491, 1494.— Examined and signed 1664, 1671.— Approved by Presi-
dent 1889.

8. 6039—

To create the district of Sabine, in the State of Texas.

Consideration objected to 854.

8. 6045—
Granting an increase of pension to Charles Spragne.

Reported back (H. R. Report 2779) 89.— Passed House 265, 270.— Ex-
amined and signed 624, 544.— Approved by President 666.

8. 6048—
Granting a pension to Lillian G. Elldns.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2899)and passed Senate
lU3f).— Referred to House (Committee on Pensions 2022.— Reported back
with amendment (H. R. Report 3835) 243L

8. 6050—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles H. Barnes.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2147) 93.— Passed Senate
680.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3360) 1293. -Passed House 2210, 2238.— Examined
and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6056—

To pay Hewlette A. Hall balance dne for services in connection
with the Paris Exposition.
Reported back 1349.— Passed Senate 1503.— Referred to House Commit-
tee on Claims 1623.— Reported back (H. R. Report 8546) 1773.

8. 6059—

For the relief of certain enlisted men of the Navy.

Passed Senate 604.— Referred to House Committee on Naval Affairs 757.

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8. 6063—
Granting an increase of ponaion to Orson Nickerson.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2499) 987.— Passed Senata
1196.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Penskms 1290.— Ref-
erence changed to Committee on Pensions 1398.- Reported back with
amendment (H. R. Report 8664) 1870.— Amended and passed Houss
2228, 2239.— Senate concurs in House amendment 2264.— KramlTied and
signed 2406, S4U.— Approved by President 2807.

8. 6066—

Granting an increase of pension to Edward Stranb.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2158) 94.— Passed Senate
681.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions (omitted in
i?ecord).— Reported back (H. R. Report 8533) 1716.— Passed House
2219, 2238.— Examined and signed 2406,2411.— Approved by President
2867.

8. 6070—

To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri
River, at a point to be selected, within 5 miles north of the
Kaw River, in Wyandotte County, State of Kansas, and Clay
County, State of Missouri, and to make the same a post
route.
Pa.isod House 79.— Examined and signed 274, 293.— Approved by Presi-
dent 466.

8. 6071—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary Manes.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2*^39) 464.— Passed Senate
692.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 757.— Roiwrted back
(H. R. Report 3271) 1057; pas.S()d House 11 40, 1152.- Examined and
signed 1289, 1296.— Approved by President 1645.

8. 6093-

To authorize street railway companies in the District of Colum-
bia to convey small freight, express matter, etc.

Reported back with amendments (S. REPORT 2628) 1232.— Indefinitely
postponed (see bill S. TSSd) 2333.

8. 6096—

Granting an increase of pension to Hester A. B. Landers.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2483) 997.— Passed Senate
1195.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1290.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report avsT) 1868.— Passed House 2222, 2239.- Ex-
amined and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6098—

To regulate the retirement of veterans of the civil war.
Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2617) 1111, 1167.

8. 6101—

Granting an increase of pension to Beuben Andrews.

Passed Senate 114.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensioiis
I70.-Reported back (H. R. Report 3003) 550.— Passed House 650, fl53w—
Examined and signed 878, 988.— Approved by President 1264.

8. 6104—

To restore to the active list of the Navy the name of John Wal-
ton Ross.
Reported back (H. R. Report 3022) 654.— Debated and passed House
1592.— Examined and signed 16(K>, 1671.— Approved by President 1889.

8. 6107—

Granting an increase of pension to Hattie Connell.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2142) 98.— I*assed Senate
<i.S(». —Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 7.56.— Reported
back (H. R. Report sm) 12U:i -Passed House 2211, 2238.- Examined
and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6110—

Granting an increase of x)ension to Charles A. Cooke.

Pa.s.sed Hou.se 250, 270.— Examined and signed 524, 644.— Approved by
President G«6.

8. 6119—

To authorize the Pensacola, Alabama and Tennessee Railway
Company to erect, maintain, and operate a railway bridge
across the Alabama River in Wilcox county, in the State
of Alabama.
Passed House 548.— Examined and signed 625, 658.— Approved by Presi-
dent 815.

S. 6123—

Granting an increase of pension to Thomas L. Collins.

Reported back (H. R. Report 2J«r») 511.— Passed House 648, 653.— Ex-
amined and signed 878, 983.— Approved by President 1264.

8. 6132— Granting an increase of pension to Fannie McHarg.

Passed Senate 111.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 170.— Re-
I>orted back with amendment (H. R. Report.'X.%29) 096.— Amended and
passed House 1125, 1152.— Senate concurs in House amendment 1264.—
Examined and signed 1345, 1358.— Approved by President 1245.



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8. 6134—

To authorize Col. Theodore A. Bingham, United States Army,
to accept a decoration conferred upon him "by the Govern-
ment of the French Republic,
Becommitted 604.

8. 6135—

To authorize Capt. R. P. Rodgers, United States Navy, to ac-
cept a decoration conferred upon him by the Gtovemment
of the French Eepuhlic.
Recommitted 60i.

8.6136—

To authorize Mr. H. H. D. Peirce, Third Assistant Secretary of
State, to accept a decoration conferred upon him by the
Grovemment of the French Republic.
Becommitted 001.

8. 6187—

To authorize Arthur M. Beaupre, formerly secretary of legation
and consul-general of the United States to Guatemala, to
accept a silver inkstand presented to him by the British
Government.
Becommitted 604.

B.6188—

To set apart certain lands in the State of South Dakota as a

public park, to be known as the Wind Cave National Park.

Debated and passed House 80.— Sxamined and signed 274, SOa— Approved
by President 666.

8. 6139—

To provide for the organization of private corporations in the
district of Alaska.
Reported back and House amendment nonooncnrred in 8179, 2342.—
House insists on its amendment 2407.— Conference apx>ointed 2342,
2407.— Oonference report made and agreed to 23t8, 8745, 2817.— Ex-
amined and signed 2^, 2862.— Approved by President 2860.

S. 6143—

Granting an increase of pension to EHvira C. Compton.

Beported back with amendments (S. Rbport 2804) 1662.— Amended and
mseed Senate 1678.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions
177Ji.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3685) 2083.— Passed House 2230,
2239.— Examined and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

S. 6144—

To incorporate the Association of Military Snrgeons of the
United States.
Indefinitely postponed (see bill H. R. 16066) 116ft.

S. 6147—

To establish a fish-hatching and fish station in the State of In-
diana.

Rcpirted back (S. Rkpobt 2067) 1297.— Passed Senate 1500.— Referred to
House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fineries 1^3.

8.6151—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry E. Bnrton.

Reported back with amendment (S. Rkport 2148) 98.— Passed Senate
• *.r.».—Rpf erred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 387.— Reported
h:v± (H. R. Repout 296:i) 510.— Passed House 647, 663.— Examined and
s g:n ?d 878, 983.— Approved by President 1264.

S. 616a-

Granting an increase of pension to William MarMe.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2106) 94.— Passed Senate
681.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3183) 1024.— Passed House IL^, 1152.— Examined
and signed 1289, 1290.— Approved by President 1645.

S. 6168—

To amend the act entitled ''An act to better define and regu-
late the rights of aliens to hold and own real estate in the
Territories," approved March 2, 1897.

Debated and jmssed Senate 2496.— Referred to House Committee on Dis-
trict of Columbia 2538.

S. 6182—

Granting an increase of x)ension to Lila L. Egbert.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2184)94.— Passed Senate
688.- Referi'ed to Honse Committee on Pensions 808. — Reported back
(H. R. Report 3272) 1057.— Passed House 1146, 1152.— Examined and
signed 1290, 1206.— Approved by President 1615.

S. 6191—

Granting an increase of pension to Samnel L. Thompson.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2496) 937.— Passed Senate
1172.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions (omitted in
/eccord).- Reported back (H. R. Report 3588) 18tj8.— Passed House 2223,
"~^ -& -•- -J ^^ signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.



S. 6192—

Granting an increase of pension to Anstin H. Patterson.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2518) 938.— Passed Senate
11G9.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1291.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3589) 1868.— Passed House 2223,2239.— Ex-
amined and signed 2408,2411.— Approved by President 2837.

S. 6207—

To provide for the pnrchase of a site, and the erection of a
public bnilding thereon, at Sheridan, in the State of
Wyoming.
Reix>rted back with amendment (S. Report 8270) 2499.

S. 6212—

To compensate the Old Point Comfort Improvement Company
for the demolition and removal of the Hygeia Hotel property
from the Government reservation at Old Point, Va.

Reported back (S. Report 2838) 1672.— Consideration objected to 1979,
2^51, 2256.— Passed Senate 1^64.- Referred to House Committee on
Claims 2330.

S. 6216—

To pay in part judgments rendered nnder an act of the legis-
lative assembly of the Territory of Hawaii for properly de-
stroyed in suppressing the bubonic plague in said Territory
in 1899 and 1900, and authorizing the Territory of Hawaii
to issue bonds for the XMiyment of the remaining claims.

Passed Senate 468.— Referred to Honse Committee on Territories 544.—
Reported back (H. R. Report 3098) 696.— Debated and passed Honse
963.— Examined and signed 1057, 1066.— Approved by President 1300.

S. 6219—

Granting an increase of pension to Kannie Cushman.

Reported back with amendment (S. Rsport 2300) 464.— Passed Senate
6a9,— Referred to Honse Committee on Invalid Pensions 808.— Reported
back (H. R. Rspobt 8362) 1203.— Passed Jdonse 2211, 2238.— Examined
and signed 240a, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

S. 6220—

Granting an increase of pension to Walter G. Tebbetts.

Reported back with amendment (S. Rxpobt 2408) 70&— Passed Senato
llOL— Referred to House Conmuttee on Invalid Pensions (omitted in
Record).— Beported back (H. R. Report 3660) 1868.— Passed Honse 2223,
2239.— Examined and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 622&—

In aid of the common schools in Mississippi.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 81^) 2541.

S. 6228—

To establish Portal, N. Dak., a subport of entry and extend
thereto the privileges of the first section of the act approved
June 10, 1880.
Reported backTS. Rkport 2212) 208.— Indefinitely postponed (see bill
H. R. 15006) 500.

S. 6229—

Granting a pension to Patrick W. O'Donnell.

Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2682) 1349.— Pamed Senate
1 i02.— Referred to House Committee on Pensions 1485.— Rei)orted back
(H. R. Report 8662) lb70.— Passed Honse 2228, 2239.— Examined and
signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by President 2866.

S. 6230—

For the relief of Angustin Walsh.

Reported back for reference to Conrt of CnaimB2866.

S. 6231—

Authorizing Robert A. Chapman, of Alabama, his associates
and assigns, to nse the waters of the Cocsa River, in Ala-
bama, for the piirpo.«?e of generating electricity.
Reported back with amendments (S. Report 2209) 208.— Passed Senate
894.— Referred to Hrmse (.'ommittoe on Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce 441 .—Reported back with amendment (H. R. Repobt 8706) 2061.—
Consideration objected to 2284.

S. 6235—

For the relief of the trustees of the Madison Female Institute.
ReiK>rted back for reference to Oonrt of Claims 2955.

S. 6241—

For the relief of the trustees of the Bloomfield Lodge, No. 57,
Free, Ancient, and Accepted Masons.
Reported back for reference to Conrt of Claims 2965.

8. 6243—

For the relief of the trustees of the Emory Methodist Episcopal
Church South, and of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
Washington district, Baltimore Conference.
Reported back for referoice to Oourt of Claims 2965.

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S. 6267—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary B. Keller.

Beported back with amendmente (S. Rbport 21G9) M.— PMMd Senate
681.— Referred to House Committee on Penslona 808.— Beported back
(H. R. Report 82r3) 1068.— Paeaed Hoiue 1148, 1152.— Examined and
signed U90; D»6.— Approved by President 1646.

8. 6262—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles O. Chesley.

Reported back (S. Report 2186) 06.— Passed Senate 039.— Referred to
House Committee pn Inyalid Pensions 756.— Beported back (H. R. Re-
port 8868) 12e6.-Pas8ed House 2211, 2288.— Bzamlned and signed 24tiB,
2411.— Approved by President 2867.

S. 6263—

Granting a pension to Rachel E. Bnllard.

Reported back (S. Report 2186) 08.— Passed Senate 679.— Referred to
Hesse Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported back (H. R. Re-
port 3384) 1283.— Passed House 22U, 2288.— Examined and signed 2408,
2411.— Approved by President 2866.

8. 6266—

For the relief of the tmstees of the Diocese of East Carolina.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claixns 2865.

B. 6276—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary E. Bnssell.

Reported back with amendment (S. Report 2160} 94.— Passed Senate
681.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 8684) 1716.— Passed House 2219, 2283.- Ex-
aminedand signed 2406, 2411.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6278—

To extend the proyisions of chapter 8, title 82, of the Beyised
Statutes of the United States, entitled ''Beservation and
sale of town sites on the pnblic lands," to the ceded Indian
lands in the State of Minnesota.
Reported back (S. Report 2242) 285.— Passed Senate 1169.— Referred to
House Committee on Public Lands 1291.— Reported back (H. R. Re-
port 8421) 1496.— Debated and passed House 1616.— Examined and
signed 1665, 1671.— Approved by I^-esident 1988.

8. 6288—

For the relief of Alex. Kennedy.

Reported back for reference to Court of Claims 2866.
8. 6290—
To extend the provisions of section 2455 of the Bevised Statutes
of the United States as amended by act of February 26,
1895, relating to pnblic lands.

Reported back(8. Report 2192) 178.— Debated and passed Senate 1504.—
Referred to House Committee on Public Lands 1628.— Reported back
with amendment (H. R. Report 8782) 2294.

8. 6306—



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