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chasing tire-setting machines for the repair of wagons, etc.,
in the Indian Service.
Hr. Cnllom; Comxuittee on Indian Aff&irs 06.
8. 6449—
Extending the provisions of section 1 of act of Jnly 1, 1002, for
the farther distribution of reports of the Supreme Court,
and for other purposes.
Hr. Hoar; Committee on Jndlciaiy 05.
S. 6460—
Qranting an increase of pension to Alice W. Stoodley,
Hr. Hoar; Committee on Pensions 06.
S. 6451—
Relating to the liability of common carriers by railroad in the
District of Columbia and Territories and common carriers
by railroad engaged in commerce between the States and
between the States and foreign nations to their employees.
Hr. Lodge; Committee on the Judiciary 06.
8. 6462—
Granting a pension to S. Josie HOI.

Hr. Lodge; Oomniiittee on Pensions 06.— Reported baok with amend-
ments (S. BXPOBT 2218)J»6. - Pas8ed Senate 686.— Referred to House
Committee on Invalid Pensions 756.— Reported back (H. R. Rxport
WeS) 1288.— Passed House 8SI1, 2S88.-Ezamined and signed 8406, 2411.—
Approved by President 2866.

S. 6453-

Granting an increase of pension to John Macf arlane.
Hr. Lodge; Committee on Pensions 06.
S. 6454—
For the relief of the legal representatives of George W. Sonle.
Hr. Bumham; Committee on Claims 05.
S. 6455—
Granting an increase of pension to Charles F. Holt
Hr. Bumbam; Committee on Pensions 06.
S. 6456-
Granting an increase of pension to Solomon M. Smith.
Hr. Bnrnbam; Committee on Pensions 05.
S. 6457—
Granting an increase of pension to Henry D. Grewell.
Hr. Harris; Committee on Pensions 05.
S. 6458—
Granting an increase of pension to Harriet L. Ford.
Hr. Warren; Committee on Pensions 05.
S. 6459—
Granting a pension to Oren M. Fletcher.
Hr. Quay; Committee on Pensions 05.

S. 6460—

Making an appropriation for the improvement of the Patapsco
River and channel to Baltimore, Md.
Hr. HcComas; Committee on Conmierce 95.— ReT>orted back adversely
(8. Report 2854) and indefinitely postponed 465.

S. 6461—

Providing for an additional district jndgein the district of Min-
nesota.
Hr. Nelson; Committee on Judiciary 06.— Reported back and passed
Senate 846.— Referred to House Committee on Judiciary 400.— Re];x>rted
back (H. R. Rbport 3004) 654.— Passed House 1331.- Examined and
Bi«rned 1393, 1306.— Approved by President 1727.

S. 6462—

To amend an act entitled ''An act to protect trade and com-
merce against nnlawfnl restraints," approved Jnly 3, 1890.
Hr. Nelson; Committee on Judiciary 05.

S. 6463-

Granting a pension to Ella Hatfield.
Hr. Eean; Committee on Pensions 05.
8. 6464—
To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Savannah
River at Sand Bar Ferry, below the city of Augusta, Ga.
Hr. Clay; Committee on Commerce 05
8. 6465—
Granting an increase of pension to Alonzo Gilbert.

Hr. Gallinger; Committee on Pensions 05.— Reported back (8. Rbport
2214) 295.— Passed Senate 685.— Referred to House Committee on In-
Talid Pensions 756.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3369) 1298.— Passed
House 2211,2238.— Examined and signed 2408, 241L— Approved by Pres-
ident 2867.

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8. 6466—

Granting an increase of pension to Willard A. Jackson.

Hr. GhUlinger; Committee on Pensions 05.— Beported baok (B. Rbpobs

2215) 206.— Passed Senate 685.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 760.— Reported back (H. R. Report 8370) 1206.— Passed
House 2211, 2288.— Examined and signed 2408, 2411.— Approved by Predr
dent 2867.

S. 6467—

Granting an increase of pension to Sarah E. Ropes.

Hr. Qallinger; Committee on Pensions 05.— Reported back (S. RsPOBff

2216) 205.— Passed Senate 685.— Referred to House Committee on Pen-
sions 808.— Reported back with amendments (H. R. Report 8274) 1068.—
Amended and inssed House 1147, 1162.— Senate concurs in House
amendment 1101.— Bzandned and signed IfiOO, 1206.— Approved by Prea-
identl645.

S. 6468—

Granting an increase of pension to Alexander Gkuil.
Hr. HcEnery; Committee on Pensions 05.

S. 6469—

For the relief of the estate of Asa Crow, deceased.

Hr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 05.— Reported back for
reference to Court of Claims 2866.

S. 6470—

For the relief of the estate of T. H. Gk)odloe, deceased.
Hr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 05.

S. 6471—

Granting an increase of pension to Joseph Goea.
Hr. Frye; Committee on Pensions 06.

S. 6472—
Granting an increase of pension to Daniel B. Lucas.
Hr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 06.

S. 6473—

Granting an increase of i)ension to Charles H. FQSsenden.
Hr. Fairbanks; Conunittee on Pensions 06.

S. 6474r-
To authorize the KnozyiUe, La Follette and Jellioo Railroad
Compimv to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge
across Qinch River, near Dossett, Tenn.
Hr. Carmack; Committee on Commerce 05.

S. 6475—

For the relief of the estate of Gfeorge W. Reeyes.
Hr. Carmack; Committee on Claims 05.

S. 6476—

For the relief of the estate of Benjamin Adams, deceased.
Hr. Carmack; Committee on Claims 06.

8. 6477—

For the relief of the estate of Bryant Wheeler, deceased.
Hr. Carmack; Conunittee on Claims 05.

S. 6478—
Granting an increase of pension to Charles Disbrow.
Hr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 05.

S. 6479—
Granting an increase of pension to John Spriggs.
Hr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 06.

S. 6480—
Granting an increase of pension to Marshall Ray.
Hr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 06.

S. 6481—

Granting an increase of pension to WiUiam Gk)odwin.
Hr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 06.

S. 6482—

To correct the military record of Thomas J. McBride.
Hr. Burton; Committee on Hilitary Affairs 05.

S. 6483—

For the relief of Henry Jones.
Hr. Honey; Committee on Claims 0&
8. 6484—
For the relief of the legal representatives of the members of
the late firm of Child, Pratt & Fox.
Hr. Cockrell; Committee on Claims 06.

B. 6485—

For the relief of Col. James N, Wheelan, United States Army,
retired.



Hr. Warren; Committee on Hilitary Affairs 06.



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8. 6486—

To provide for the appropriate marking of the graves of the
soldiers and sailors of the Confederate army and navy, and
for other purposes.
Mr. Foraker; Committee on Military Aifairs «(.— Beported )»ck with
amendments (S. Report 2580) 1062.— Debated andpaaeed Senate 1171.—
Referred to House Oommittee on Milltanr Amiirs IB40.— Reported
back (H. B. Rsport 8889) 1840.

8. 6487—

Belating to crimes against Indians, wards of the United States,
and for other purposes.
Mr. Clark of Wyoming; Committee on Judiciary IStL

S. 6488—

To regulate and make uniform the rights of persons furnishing
to or for vessels supplies, repairs, or other necessaries.
Mr. Depew; Committee on Commerce 12L

S. 6489—

Granting a pension to Frances E. Fitz-Gferald.
Mr. Scott; Committee on Pensions 124.

8. 6490—

Amending section 896 of the Revised Statutes.
Mr. Piatt of New York; Committee on Judiciary 124.

8. 6491—

For the relief of H. Gibbes Morgan and other coowners of Cat
Island, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Mr. MoEnery; Committee on Public Lands 124.— Reported back (S. Rb-
POBT 8286) 2642.

8. 6492—

Granting an increase of pension to Thomas Starrat.

Mr. Taliaferro; Committee on Pensions 124.— Reported back with
amendments (S.Rxpobt 2283) and passed Senate 802.— Referred to
House Committee on Pensions 441.— Reported back (H. R. Repobt 8028)
006.- Passed House 1126, 1162.— Examined and signed 1288, 1286.— Ap-
proved by President 1646.

S. 6493—

To authorize and empower the Southwest Louisiana Bice Grow-
ers' Association, of the State of Louisiana, to construct a
lock or locks and a dam in Bayou Vermilion, in the State
of Louisiana.
Mr. Foster of Louisiana; Committee on Commerce 124.

S. 6494—

To authorize and empower the Bice Irrigation and Improve-
ment Association, of the State of Louisiana, to construct a
lock or locks and a dmn in Mermentau Biver, in the State
of Louisiana.
Mr. Foster of Louisiana; Committee on Commerce 124.

8. 6495—

To correct the military record of William F. Lynn.
Mr. Fairbanks; Commitee on Military Affairs 124.

S. 6496—

Granting an increase of pension to John B. Thatcher.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 124.

8.6497—

For the relief of the legal representatives of Margaret A. Bus-
sell, deceased.
Mr. Blackburn; Committee on Claims 124.

8. 6498—

To establish a permanent military camp ground in the vicinity
of Somerset, m Somerset County, Pa.
Mr. Quay; Committee on Military Affairs 124.

8. 6499—

To effectuate the provisions of the additional act of the Inter-
national Convention for the Protection of Industrial Prop-
erty.
Mr. Pritchard; Committee on Patents 124.

8.6500—

Granting an increase of pension to Caroline W. Bixby.

Mr. Gallinger; Committee on Pensions 124.— Reported back (S. Report
2217) 206.— Passed Senate 685.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 756.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3371) 1293.— Passed
House 2211, 2238.— Examined and sifirned 2406, 2411.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

8. 6501—

For the relief of the widow of Joseph Culley.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Claims 124.



8. 6502—

Belating to ceded lands on the Fori^ Hall Indian Beservation.
Mr. Dubois; Committee on Indian Affairs 179.— Reported back wtOi
amendmentsJS. Rkpobt 2218) 286.— Debated and passed Senate 886.—
Referred to House Committee on Public Lands 441.— Reported back
(H. R. Rbpobt 8161) SOD.

8. 6503—

For the relief of Mary A. Green and Loula C. Green.
Mr. Pettus; Committee on Claims 179.

8. 6504—

To provide for the modification of the project for the improve-
ment of the harbor of New Haven, Conn.
Mr. Piatt of Connecticut; Committee on Commerce 179.— Reported back
with amendment (S. Rxpobt £299) 465.— Passed Senate 466.— Referred
to House Committee on Rivers and Harbors 644.

8. 6505—

For the relief of Miss Eliza A. White.

Mr. Piatt of Connecticut; Committee on Claims ftTB.— Reported back
(S. Report 8188) 2438.

8. 6506—

For the relief of the heirs of Jenkins Ss Havens.
Mr. Piatt of Connecticut; Committee on Claims 179.

8. 6507—

Granting an increase of pension to Nicholas Fitzgerald.
Mr. Piatt of Connecticut; Committee on Pensions 179.

8. 6508—
Granting a pension to Stephen K. Fuson.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 179.

8. 6509—

Ghrantmg an increase of pension to Marion F. White.
Mr. Burrows; Committee on Pensions 179.

8. 6510—

To remove the charge of desertion from the military record oi
Charles E. Mitchell.
Mr. Wellington; Committee on Military Affairs 179.

8. 6511—

To exempt from taxation certain x>roperty of the American
Institute of Architects, in Washington, D. C.
Mr. Gallinger; Committee on District of Columbia 179.

S. 6512—

To extend the jurisdiction of the United States courts, and for
otiier purposes.
Mr. Quay; Committee on Judiciary 179.

8. 6513—

Granting a pension to Thomas Allen.
Mr. Depew; Committee on Pensions 179.

8. 6514—

Granting an increase of pension to Stephen J. Houston.

Mr. Taliaferro; Committee on Pensions 179.— Reported back with amend-
ment (S. Report 2282) 892 —Passed Senate 689.— Referred to House
Committee on Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R. Rbport8875) 1068.—
Passed House 1147, 1152.— Examined and signed 1289, 1296.— Approved
by President 1645.

S. 6515—

To exempt from taxation certain property of the Daughters of
the American Revolution in Washington, D. C.
Mr. Scott; Oommittee on District of Columbia 179.— Reported back (S.
Report 2666) 1297.— Passed Senate 1503.— Referred to House Commit-
tee on District of Columbia 1623.— Consideration objected to 2441.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3845) 2339.— Debated and pa^ed House
&17.— Examined and signed 2580, 2596.— Approved by Pi-esident 2779.

S. 6516—

Providing for an additional circtdt judge in the fourth judi-
cial circuit.
Mr. Simmons; Committee on Judiciary 208.

8. 6517-

To provide for rebuilding the Aqueduct Bridge, District of Co-
lumbia.
Mr. Martin; Committee on District of Columbia 206.

S. 6518—

For the relief of the personal representatives of Sewell B. Cor-
bett, deceased.
Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 206.— RejKjrted back for reference to
Court of Claims 2866.

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S. 6519—

For the relief of the Frre and Accepted Order of Masons, in the
town of Keysville, Charlotte County, Va.
Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 208.

S. 6520—

Granting a pension to Maria Elizabeth Homer.

Mr. Martin; Committee on Pensions 208.
S. 6521—
Granting a pension to Mary fe. Coolidge.

Mr. Lodge; Committee on Pensions 208.

S. 6522—

Granting a pension to Elise Sigel.

Mr. Piatt of New York; Committee on Pensions 208.

S. 6523—

Granting an increase of pension to James P, Wallace.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 208.

S, 6524—

Granting an increase of pension to John M. Drake.
Mr. Simon; Committee on Pensions 208.
S. 6525—
To amend an act entitled **An act to incorporate the Masonic
Mntnal Relief Association of the District of Columbia. ' '
Mr. Gallineer; Committee on the District of Columbia 208.— Reported
back with amendment (8. Bepokt 2904) 11B».— Passed Senate 3035.—
Passed House 2441.— Examined and signed 2580, 2596.— Approved by
President 28G7.

S. 6526—

Granting an increase of pensian to Orin T. Fall.

Mr. Gallinger ; Committee on Pensions 208.— Reported back with amend-
ment (8. Report 2361) 344.— Passed Senate 688.— Referred to House
Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. B. Report
8253) 1026 —Passed House 1145, 1152.— Examined and signed 1290, 1206.—
Approved by President 1645.

B. 6527—

For the relief oi Parmenas Taylor Tnmley.

Mr. Cnllom; Committee on Military Aflfura BOB.

8. 6528—

For the relief of M. C. Kerth.

Mr. CuUom; Committee on Military AflEun 2QB.

S. 6529—

For the relief of Herrera's Nephews and Gallego, Messa & Co.
Mr. Collom; Committee on Foreign Relations 206.

S. 6530—

Granting an increase of pension to Anstin L. TopliflP.

Mr. Bnrton; Committee on Pensions 208.— Reported l)»ck with amend-
ments (S. Report 2523) 988.— Passed Senat-e 1198.— Referred to House
Committee on Invalid Pensions {omitted in AVcord). —Reported back
(H. R. Report 3697) 1868.— Passed House 2223, 2239.-Examined and
signed 2406, 2411.— Approved by Preaident 2867.

S. 6631—

To correct the military record of John Minster.
Mr. Sorton; Committee on Militazy Affairs 208.

8. 6532-

Granting an increase of pension to Asia Bnrgefls.

Mr. CockreU; Committee on Pensions 206.
S. 6533—
Granting a pension to Thomas O'Connor.

Mr. Hoar; Committee on Pensions 206.

S. 6534—

Providing for the constmction of a vessel of the first class for
the Revenne-Cutter Service, to be stationed with head-
quarters at Honolnln, Hawaii.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Commerce 208.— Reported back (S. Report
2342) 404.— Debated and passed Senate 1115.— RefeiTed to Houpe Com-
mittee on XntGi*state and Foreign Commerce 1235.— Reported back
(H. R. Report 3405) 1383.

8. 6535—

Providing for the constmction of light-house and fog-signal
stations in Alaskan waters.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Commerce 20».— Reported back (S. Report

2382) 590.— Passed Senate 1783.— Referred to House Committee on In-
terstate and Foreign Commerce 1»71.— Reported back (H. R. Report
3811) 2370.

S. 6536—

Providing for the constraction of a tender for the Twelfth
light-house district.
Mr. Perkins: Committee on Commerce 209.— Reported back (8. Report

2383) 590.— Passed Senate 1503.— Referred to Souse Committee on In-
terstate and Foreign Commerce 1628.



S. 6537—

Providing for rank and pay of certain retired officers of the
Navy.

Mr. Perkins; Committee on Naval Affairs 200.

S. 6538—

Providing for the construction of an oil house an Yerba Buena
Island, California.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Appropriations 209.

S. 6539—

For the relief of Mary B. Spencer, administratrix of Albert G.
Boone, deceased.
Mr. Teller; Committee on Claims 203.

S. 6540—

Granting an increase of pension to George W. Richardson.

Mr. Teller; Committee on Pensions 209.— Reported back with amend-
ment (S, Report 2987) 2026.- Passed Senate 2631.— Referred toHonae
Committee on Invalid Pensions 2715.

S. 6541-
Granting a pension to Eleanor Gregory.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Pensions 209.

S. 6542—

To provide for the construction of a revenue cutter of the first
class for service on the coast of Maine.
Mr. Frye; Committee on Commerce 209.— fieportod back (B. Repobt
2298) and passed Senate 406.— Referred to House Cammittoe on Inter-
state and Foreign Commerce 544.

S. 6543—

Oranting an increase of pension to David 0. Morgan.

Mr. Kittredge; Committee on Pensions 209.— Reported back with amend-
ment ^S. Report 2371 ) 590.— Passed Senate re4.— Referred to House
Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R. Report
8266) 1057.— Passed Honse 114«, 1152.— Examined and ogned 1890,1296.-
Approved by President 1045.

S. 6544—

To establish a permanent military camp ground in the vicinity
of Fort Sam Houston, Department of Texas, ia the State
of Texas.
Mr. Bailey; Committee on Military AfCain 200.

8. 6645—

Granting an increase of pension to John Weaver.
Mr. Dolliver; Conmiittee on Pensions 209.

S. 6546—

Granting an increase of pension to Peter Peterson.
Mr. Dolliver; Committee on Pensions 209.

S. 6547—
For the relief of the estate of W. R. Austin, of W. B. Austin
&Co.
Mr. Blackburn; Committee on Claims 296.

S. 6548—
Granting an increase of pension to Henry EusselL
Mr. Dietrich; Committee on Pensions 296.

8. 6549—

Granting a pension to Thomas Cosgrove.
Mr. Dietrich; Oommittee on Pensions 286.

S. 6550—

Granting an increase of pension to William S. Blackwood.
Mr. Rawlins; Committee on Pensions 295.

S. 6551—

To provide an American register for the steam lighter Pioneer.

Mr. Penrose; Committee on Commerce 295.— Reported back (B. Report

2312) 464.

S. 6552—

To inquire into the reorganization of the Northern Pacific Rail-
road Company and the disposal of the lands be^nging to
the said Northern Pacific liailroad CkMnpaay by tiie North-
em Pacific Railway Company.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Public Lands 296.

S. 6553—

To grant an honorable discharge from the military service to
Philip Graham.
Mr. Penrose; Conmiittee on MUitary Aifairs 296.
S. 6554—

To grant an honorable discfaaige from the nulitary flendoe to
Edward A. Smith.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Military Affairs 296.



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8. 6565—

To remit the sentence of general conrt-martial agamst Edwin
L. Hunt, bugler, general service, United States Army, and
restore him to duty.
Mr. Penrose; Gommittee on Military Aflkim 88S.
S. 6556-^
Granting a pension to Annie Campbell.
Mr. Penrose; Oommlttee on Pensions SB5.
8. 6557—
Granting a pension to James S. Alexander.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 295.
S. 6558—
Granting a pension to Eliza H. Britton,
Mr. Penrose; Ck>mmittee on Pensions 28S.
8. 6559—
Granting an increase of pension to Martha C. Kuhn,
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensiozis 295.
8. 6560—
Granting an increase of x)ension to Annie B. Johnson.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 296.
8. 6561—
Granting an increase of pension to Alfred J. Sellers.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 295.
8. 6562—
Granting an increase of pension to Philip Loney.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 295.
8. 6563—
Granting an increase of pension to William A. Dougan.

Mr. Penrose: Committee on Pensions 296.— Reported back with amend-
ments (8. Bjeport 2604} 1111.— Passed Senate 1202.— Referred to House
Committee on Invalid 129().— Reported back (H. R. Report 35ii8)
11^.— Passed House 2223, 2239.— £^mined and sigrned 2408, 2411.
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8.6564—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles M, Kantner.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 296.

8. 6565—

Granting an increase of pension to John C. Callahan.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 206.

8. 6566—
Granting a pension to Eliza C. Fink.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 296.

8. 6567—
Granting an increase of x>ension to Jacob A. G}eiger«

Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 296.

8. 6568—

Granting a pension to Annie M. Bnker.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 296.
8. 6569—
To anthorize the construction of a bridg^e across the Missouri
River at a point to be selected within 10 miles of the cor-
porate limits of the city of St. Charles, in St. Charles
County, Mo. , and in St. Louis County, Mo. , and to make the
same a post route.
Mr. Cockrell; Committee on Commerce 296.— Reported back with
amendment (S. Report 2408) 813.— Passed Senate 1170.— Referred to
Honse Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1291.

8. 6670-

To correct the military record of Simeon Perry.

Mr. Cockrell; Committee on Military Affairs 296.— Reported back (S.
Rkpokt 2394) 702.— Passed Senate 1887.— Referred to Honse Committee
on Military Affairs 1972.

8. 6571—

To put in force in the Indian Territory certain provisions of
the laws of Missouri relating to trust companies, and to
make such provisions applicable to said Territory.
Mr. Cockrell; Committee on Indian Affairs 296.

8. 6572—

For the relief of the estate of Joseph M. Witt, deceased.
Mr. Pettns; Committee on Claims 296.

8. 6573—

To restore James G. Field, surgeon. United States Navy, to
line of promotion.
Mr. Patterson; Committee on Kaval Affairs 296.



8. 6674—
For the relief of Maj. Robert Gamble.
Mr. MaUory ; Committee on Claims 296.

8. 6575—

For the relief of Henry G. Stoffrogen, executor of H. G.
Peter's estate.
Mr. day; Committee on Claims 296.

8. 6576—

Granting a pension to Marcia B. Ferguson.

Mr. Qnarles; Committee on Pensions 296.— Reported back with amend-
ment (S. Report 2378) 590 —Passed Senate 694.— Referred to Honse
Committee on Invalid Pensions 757.— Reported back (H. R. Report
8673) 1972.— Passed Honse 2229, 2299.— Examined and signed 2408, 2411.—
Approved by President 2866.

8. 6677—

To establish a permanent military camp gronnd npon the
Nacimiento ranch, sitnated in Monterey and San Lnis
Obispo connties, Gal.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on MOitaay Affairs 296.

8. 6578—

For the protection of the pnblic forest reserves and national
parks of the United States.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Forest Reservations and the Protection of
Game 296.

8. 6579—

To provide for the sale of timber and other material growing
or being on pnblic forest reserves, and for the renting or
leasing of lands therein.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Public Lands 296.

8. 6580—

To amend the act approved March 15, 1878, entitled "An act
for the relief of William A. Hammond, late Snrgeon-Qeneral
of the Army."
Mr. Elkin'^: C^immittee on Military Affairs 296.— Reported back with

am »iuiinent (S. Report 2960; 197(;.

8. 6581—

Anthorizing the resnbdivision of lots or blocks in the District
of Columbia.
Mr. QaUin^er; Committee on District of Columbia 296.

8. 6582—

Granting an increase of pension to Martin L. Wells.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 296.

8. 6583—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles H. Bean.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 296.

S. 6584—
Granting a pension to H. Levander Fair.
Mr. Spooner; Committee on Pensions 296.

S. 6585—
Granting an increase of pension to Norman S. BtQL
Mr. Spooner; Committee on Pensions 296.

S. 6586—

Granting an increase of pension to Othniel P. Parcher.

Mr. Hale; Committee on Pensions 296.— Reported back with amendment
(8. Report 2rU'A) 937.— Pas.sed Senate lliW.— Roferrod to House Com-
mittee on Invalid Pensions (omitted in AVcorti).— Reported back (H.
R. Report li'm) 18G8.— Passed Hou»- 2.i*i3, 22;i9.-Examined and signed
2408, 2411.— Approved by President 38(i7.

S. 6587—

Granting an increase of pension to GFeorge P. Underwood.
Mr. Hale; Committee on Pensions 296.

S. 6588—

Granting an increase of pension to Edward W. Bell.

Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Pensions 296.

S. 6589—

To provide for enlarging and improving the United States build-



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