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B. 6901—

To grant an honorable discharge from the military service to
John L. Keys.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Military Affairs 708.

B. 6902—

To grant an honorable discharge from the military service to
Daniel F. Mertz.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Military Affairs 706.

B. 6903—

For the relief of Edmnnd F. Steckel.

Mr. Penrose; Committee on Military Affatra 708.

B. 6904—
For the relief of Jean Michel Vendenhiom, a citizen of France
residing in the United States.
Mr. Penrose: Committee on Claims 708.

8. 6905—

Providing for the adjustment and payment of the accounts of
letter carriers arising under the eight-honr law.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Claims 708*

B. 6906-

For the relief of Sylvester H. Lee.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Claims 703.

B. 6907—

For the relief of Frances M. Egan, administratrix of Patrick
Egan, deceased.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Claims 708.

8. 6908—

For the relief of Mary Caimey.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Claims 703.

S. 6909—

Granting a pension to Sallie J. Cochran.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 703.

8. 6910—

Granting an increase of pension to George W. Frederick.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 703.

8.6911—

Granting an increase of pension to Frank H. Wilson.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 703.



8. 6912—

Granting a pension to Mary Zinn.
Mr. Penrose; i^ommittee on Pensions 708.

8. 6913—

Granting an increase of pension to Walter Lynn.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6914—

Granting an increase of pension to Bernard SmalL
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6916—
Granting an increase of x)ension to Ira G. Wood*
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6916—

Granting an increase of pension- to Arthur H. Murrry.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6917—

Granting an increase of pension, to John B. Worman.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 691«—

Granting an increase of pension to Jesse Critchfield.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6919—

Granting an increase of pension to Elizabeth V . Reynolds.
Ml*. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6920—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles H. Hall.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6921—

Granting an increase of pension to James J. Hasson.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6922—

Granting an increase of pension to George S. CampbelL
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6923—

Granting a pension to William H. Small.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6924—

Granting an increase of pension to Talbot Thompflon.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6926—

Granting an increase of pension to William Stitzer.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6926—
Granting a pension to Theophlins Snyder.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

S. 6927—

Granting a pension to Fanny Bonner.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions TOIL

8. 6928—

Granting an increase of pension to Joseph S. Wright.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 70a

8. 6929—

Granting a x>ension to Mary B. Koehl.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 708.

8. 6930—

Granting an increase of pension to John Simpson.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 703.

8. 6931—

For the relief of Sadie Thome.

Mr. Penrose; Committee on Foreign Relations 708.— Reported back
(S. Report 3016) and passed Senate 2087.— Referred to Honae Com-
mittee on Claims 2150.

8. 6932—

To extend the scope and effect of the act of Congreaa entitled
**An act to protect trade and commerce against nnlawfol
restraints and monopolies," approved Jnly 2, 1890.
Mr. Morgan; Committee on Judiciary 708.

8. 6933—

Granting an increase of pension to James M. Sherman.
Mr. Frye; Committee on Pensions 703.



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8. 6934—

To pay claimants for damages to private property by reason of
mortar practice at Fort Preble, Me. , otiring the fall of 1901 ,
as reported by a board of army officers constituted to ascer-
tain the same.
Mr. Hale; Coxnmittee on doiinfl 708.

8. 6936—

Granting an increase of x)en8ion to Conrad Meier.

Mr. Spooner; Ckunmittee on Penaibns 708*
S. 6936—
Granting an increase of pension to William T. Conant.

Mr. Sjxwner, Committee on Pensions 70B.

S. 6937—

Granting an increase of pension to Simon Piehl.

Mr. Spooner; Committee on Pensions 709.
S. 6938—
Granting an increase of x>ension to Gfeorge H. Sntherland.

Mr. Spooner; Committee on Pensions 703.

8. 6939—

To amend the act of September 19, 1890, entitled "An act to
amend certain sections of the Revised Statutes relating to
lotteries, and for other purposes."
Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Judiciary 708.
8.6940—
For the relief of the estate of Lucy A. Caldwell, deceased.
Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 703.— Reported liack for
reference to Court of Claims 2806.

8. 6941—

Granting an increase of pension to James Monty.

Mr. Piatt of New York; Committee on Pensions 7tti.— Reported back
with amendments (S. Rxport 279B) 1480.— Amended and paaaed Senate
1677.— Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1772.— Re-
ported back (H. R. Report 3676) 1972.— Passed House 2290, 2299.— Ex-
amined and signed 2411, 2413.— Approved by President 2867.

8. 6942—

Granting an increase of i>enBion to George Aplin.
Mr. Burrows; Committee on Pensions 764.

8. 6943—

To authorize the issnance of patents to settlers npon and occn-
pants of certain lands in the State of Washington.
Mr. Foster of Washington; Committee on Public Lands 764.
8. 6944—
To prohibit the sale of intoxicating liqnors in the Territory of
Alaska, and for other purposes.
Mr. McCumber; Committee on Territories 764.

8. 6945—

Granting a pension to C. B. Beardslee, alias Charles P. Barclay.
Mr. McLaurin of Mississippi; Committee on Pensions 764.
8. 6946—
Granting a pennon to H. F. Harrington.

Mr. Clark of Montana; Committee on Pensions 764.

8. 6947—

To establish a permanent military camp groimd in the vicinity
of Camp Douglass, in Juneau County, Wis.
Mr. Quarles; Committee on Military AflEairs 764.

8. 6948—

To correct the military record of Samuel D. Myers.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Military Affairs 784.

8. 6949—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary L. Jacks.

Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 764.

8. 6950—

To amend an act entitled *'An act to authorize the construction
of bridges across the Ohio River, and to prescribe the di-
mensions of the same," approved December 17, 1873, and
an act supplementary thereto, approved February 14, 1883.
Mr. Elkins; Committee* on Commerce 7tW,— Reported back with amend-
ments (S. Report 2704) 139».— Passed over in Senate 1503.

8. 6951—

To cancel certain taxes assessed against the Kali tract.
Mr. Clark of Montana; Committee on District of Columbia 814.

8. 6952—

For the relief of W. H. Chambers.
Mr. BeiTy; Committee on Claims 814.



8. 6953—

For the relief of the estate of B. L. Armstrong, deceased.
Mr. Berry; Committee on Claims 814.
8. 6954—
To provide for the purchase of a series of parchments, 13 in
number, executed by Nestore Leoni, of Rome, Italy.
Mr. Deboe; Committee on Library 814.
8. 69&5—
To establish Salt Lake City, in the State of Utah, as a port of
entry in the customs collection district of Utah, and for
other purposes.
' Mr. Eeams; Committee on Commerce 814.— Reported back adversely
and indefinitely postponed (see bill S. 7168) 1398.

8. 6956—

Authorizing the issuance of a certificate of merit to Robert
Williams.
Mr. Foster of Washington; Committee on Military Affairs 814

8. 6957-

Granting a pension to Frances Cowie*
Mr. Dryden; Committee on Pensions 814.

8. 6958—

Granting a pension to Grace Ashton Kegley.

Mr. Dryden; Committee on Pensions 814.
8. 6959—
To increase the speed of ocean steamships.

Mr. Dryden; Committee on Commerce 814.

8. 6960—

For the relief of Charles W. Howard.

Mr. Cockrell; Committee on Military Aifalrs 814.— Reported back (8*
Report 2417) W«.— Passed S^iate 1887.— Referred to House Committee
on Military Affairs 1972.

8. 6961—

To authorize tiie construction of a bridge across the Missouri
Biver between the city of Chamberlain, in Brule County,
and Lyman County, in the State of South Dakota.

Mr. Gamble; Committee on Commerce 814.->Itoported back (S. Rbport
2875) and passed Senate 1775.— Passed House 206B.— Examined and
signed 2240, 2245.— Approved by President 2841.

8. 6962—

Granting an increase of pension to James J. Wheeler*

Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Pensions 814.

8. 6963^

Granting an increasa of penakxn to Isxad A. Benner.

Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Pensions 814.

8. 6964—

For the relief of Moses Stroop.

Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 814.

8. 6965—

To regulate the making of contracts for constructing an isth-
mian canal under tiie act of June 28, 1902.

Mr. Morgan;. Committee on Interoceanic Canals 814.— Reported bock
125&

8. 6966—

For ^he relief of the estate of C. C. Adams^ deceased.

Mr. Bacon; Committee on Claims 814.

8. 6967—

For the relief of the estate of C. E. Bosser^ deceased*
Mr. Bacon; Committee on Claims 814.

8. 6968—

Granting the Central Arizona Railway Company a right of way
for railroad purposes through the San Francisco Mountains
Forest Reserve, in the Territory of Arizona.

Mr. Burton; Committee on Public LandsSU.— Reported back 938.— De*
bated and passed Senate 103K, 1:903, 1(SJ1.— Referred to House Commit-
tee on Public Lands 1715.— Bei>orted back and passed House 2293.^
Examined and signed 8411, 2413.— Approved by President 2)681.

S. 6969—

For the relief of the estate of Susan Richards, deceased.
Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims Mi,

S. 6970—

For the relief of the estate of Jacob Cook, deceased.

Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 940.
S. 6971—
For the relief of the estate of Zachariah F. Calbreath, deceased,

Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 940.



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S. 6972-

For the relief of Mary E. Heller and the estate of David Heller,
deceased.
Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 940.

S. 6973—

Anthorizing the city of Nome, a mtmicipal corporation organ-
ized and existing under chapter 21, title 8, of an act of
Congress, approved June 6, 1900, entitled "An act making
further provision for a civil government for Alaska, and for
other purposes," to construct a free bridge across the Snake
River at Nome City, in the Territory of Alaska.
Mr. Turner; Committee on Commerce 940.— Reported "back with amend-
ment (8. Report aJ64) 1297.— Passed Senate 1299.— Referred to House
Committee on Interstate and and Foreign Commerce 1537.— Reported
back (H. R. Rkport 3^02) 20SZ.

S. 6974—

Granting an increase of pension to Fidelia Palmer.
Mr. Harris; Committee on Pensions 940.

S. 6976—

For the relief of the heirs of William A. Redman, deceased.
Mr. CuUom; Committee on Claims 940.
S. 6976—

For the relief of gangers, storekeeper-gangers, and storekeepers.
Mr. CuUom; Committee on Finance 940.

S. 6977—

Granting a pension to John B. McCullough.

Mr. Collom; Committee on Pensions 940.
S. 6978—
Granting an increase of pension to Benjamin F. Brockett.

Mr. Collom; Committee on Pensions 940.

S. 6979—

Granting an increase of pension to Orville T. Lee.
Mr. CuUom; Committee on Pensions 940.

S. 6980—
To provide for the care and treatment of persons who are suf-
fering from insanity in the District of Columbia.
Mr. OalUnisper; Committee on District of Colombia 940.

S. 6981— X

Granting an increase of pension to Lorenzo P. Duncklee.

Mr. Gallinger; Committee on Pensions 940.— Reported back (S. RspokT
8576) 1062.— Passed Senate law.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1290.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3568) 1867.— Passed
House 2230, 2288.— Examined and signed 2411, 2418.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

S. 6982—

Granting an increase of pension to Linda F. Moulton.

Mr. Qallinger; Committee on Pensions 911 .—Reported back (S. Report
2576) lUBsT— Passed Senate 1200.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1290.— Reported back (H. R. Report a560) 1916, 1867.—
Passed House 2220. 2288.— Examined and signed 2411, 2418.— Approved
by President 2867.

S. 6983—

Granting an increase of pension to Gilman B. Johnson.

Mr. Qallingor; Committee on Pensions 941. —Reported back (S. Report

2572) 1082.— Passed Senate 1114.— Rc»f erred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1235.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3560) 1867.— Passed
House 2220, 2238.— Exammed and signed 2411, 2413.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

B. 6984—

Granting an increase of pension to Maria A. Marden.

Mr. Gallinger; Committee on Pensions 941.— Reported back (8. Report
2674) 1062.— Passed Senate 121)0.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1290.- Reported back (H. R. Report 3561) 1867.— Passed
House 2220, 2288.— Examined and signed 2411, 2413.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

8. 6985—

Granting an increase of pension to George Cnmmings.

Mr. Oallinger: Committee on Pensions 941.— Reported back (S. Report

2573) 1082.— Passed Senate 1200.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1290.— Reported back (H. R. Report 3562) 1867.— Paased
House 2220, 2238.— Examined and signed 2411, 2418.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

S. 6986—

For the relief of the legal representatives of Eliza E. Barrow,
deceased.
Mr. McEnery; Committee on Claims 941.

S. 6987—

For the relief of Marianne Morse.
Mr. McEnery; Committee on Claims 941.

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B. 6988—

Granting an increase of x>ension to John W. Bonlden.
Mr. McComas; Committee on Pensions 9^}.

S. 6989—

Granting a pension to George E. Henneberger.
Mr. McComas; Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 6990—

Granting an increase of pension to Mary E. Campbell.
Mr. McComas; Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 6991—

Granting an increase of pension to Michael Mnrphy.
Mr. McComas; Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 6992—

To appoint Daniel Clarke, of Maryland, a captain of cavalry in
the United States Army.
Mr. McComas; Committee on Military Affairs 941.

S. 6993— '

For the relief of the Hagerstown and Middlebnrg Tnmpike
Company, of Washington Connty, Md.
Mr. McComas: Committee on Claims 941.— Reported back for reference
to Court of Claims 2866.

S. 6994—

For the relief of Michael W. Loeb and Fijederick Manzenheimer.
Mr. Culberson; Committee on Claims 941.

S. 6995—

Granting a pension to Salina T. Helms.
Mr. Beveridge; Committee on Pensions 941.

8. 6996—

Granting an increase of pension to Allen S. Conner.
Mr. Beveridge: Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 6997—

Granting an increase of pension to William C. Shortridge.
Mr. Beveridge: Committee on Pensions 941

S. 6998—

Granting an increase of pension to James H. Welch.
Mr. Beveridge: Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 6999—

Granting an increase of pension to Washington Dnke.
Mr. Beveridge: Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 7000—

Granting a pension to Lewis Gwinnnp.
Mr. Beveridge: Committee on Pepsions 941.

S. 7001—

To remove the charge of desertion from the milit-ary record of
Henry L. Mitchell.
Mr. Beveridge; Committee on Military Affairs 94L

S. 7002—

For the relief of the contractor or his legal representatives for
the construction of the light-draft monitor Etlah.
Mr. Cockrell; Committee on Claims 941.— Reiwrted back (S. Rkpobt
21S9)) 1252.— Pa-ssed Senate 2375.~Ref erred to House Committee on
War Claims 2413.

S. 7003—

Granting an increase of pension to Sarah C. Merrell.

Mr. Bard; Committee on Pensions 941.— Reported back (S. Bbpori
2600) 1111.— Passed Senate 1201.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1290— Reported back (H. R. Report »4mJ) 1625.— Paaeed
House 2216. 2238.— Examined and signed 2411, 2413.— Approved by
President 2867.

S. 7004—
To extend the time for the completion of a bridge across the
Missouri River.
Mr. Gamble; Committee on Commerce 941.— Reported back (S. Report
2863) 1297.— Passed Senate 1306.— Referred to House Committee on
Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1383.— Reported back (H. B.
Report 3708) 2062.

S. 7005—

For the relief of the estate of Cyprian T. Jenkins, deceasML
Mr. Taliaferro; Committee on Claims 941.

S. 7006—
For the relief of C. W. Moffatt.

Mr. Taliaferro; Committee on Claims 94L



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S. 7007—

Grantiug an increase of pension to Fannie T. Fisher.
Mr. Taliaferro; Oommittee on Pensions 941.

S. 7008—

Granting an increase of pension to Jesse Maurer.
Mr. McCnmber; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7009—

To provide for fixing a nniform standard of classification and
grading of wheat, flax, com, oats, barley, rye, and other
grains, and for other purposes.
Mr. McCumber; Committer on Agriculture and Forestry 041.

S. 7010—

, Granting a pension to Catherine McGuinn.
Mr. Hoar; Committee on Pensions 041.

B. 7011—

For the relief of Catherine Grace.
Mr. Hoar; Committee on Claims 041.

S. 7012—

Granting an increase of x>ension to Thomas Davis.
Mr. Piatt of Connecticut; Committee on Pensions 04L

S. 7013—

To amend sections 84, 40, 66, 69, 72, 75, 77, 82, and 86 of an act
entitled **An act to provide a government for the Territory
of Hawaii," approved April 80, 1900, and for other purposes.
Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto Bico 041.
S. 7014—
To provide for the purchase of a site and the erection of a pub-
lic building thereon at Honolulu, island of Oahn, Territory
of Hawaii.
Mr Mitchell; Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto Bico 041.
S. 7015—
To provide for the purchase of a site and the erection of a pub-
lic building thereon at Hilo, island of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii.
Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto Bico 041.

S. 7016-

To correct the military record of Edward Van Antwerp.

Mr. Burton; Committee on Military Affairs 041.
8. 7017—
Granting an increase of pension to Martin L. Barber.

Mr. Bnrton; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7018—
Granting a pension to Mary K. Hudson.
Mr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 041.
S. 7019—
Granting an increase of pension to John A. McCloud.
Mr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 041.

8. 7020—

Granting an increase of pension to T. N. Rackhcld.
Mr. Burton; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7021—

Granting a pension to Qen. Edward M. McCook,
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7022—

Granting an increase of pension to Louise Ward.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7023—

To correct the military record of William P. Fitzpatrick.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Military Affairs 041.

8. 7024—

Granting an increase of pension to Charles M. Clark,
Mr. Mason; Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 7025—

Granting a pension to Ada L. Carpenter,
Mr. Mason; Committee on Pensions 941.

S. 7026—

Granting a pension to Mary E. Darcey,
Mr. Mason; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7027—

Granting an increase of pension to Honorah Murray.
Mr. Frye; Committee on Pensions 041.



S. 7028—

Granting an increase of pension to George H. Chase.
Mr. Frye; Committee on Pensions 041.

S. 7029—

Authorizing the appointment of Daniel Clarke to be a captain
of cavalry, United States Army.
Mr. Hale; Committee on Military Affairs 041.

S. 7030—

For the relief of pensioners of the Metropolitan x>olice fund.
Mr. Hansbrough; Committee on District of Columbia 041.

8. 7031—

Granting a pension to David D. Jones.
Mr. Hansbrough; Committee on Pensions 041.

8. 7032—

To restore American citizenship to any woman whose citizen-
ship has been lost or suspended by marriage with a for-
eigner.
Mr. Hoar; Committee on Judiciary 041.

S. 7033—

To amend an act entitled "An act to create a new division in
the western judicial district of the State of Missouri," ap-
proved January 24, 1901.
Mr. Hoar; from Committee on Judiciary 038.~Passed Senate 1088.— Re-
ferred to House Committee on Judiciary 1106.

8. 7034—

Providing for the expenditure of money hitherto appropriated
for the improvement arid maintenance of Ashtabula Har-
bor, Ohio.
Mr. Hanna; from Committee on Commerce (8. Beport 2688) 088.—
Passed Senate 1067.— Referred to House Committee on Biyers and Har-
bors 1106.

8. 7035—

For the relief of William M. Bird, James F. Redding, Henry
F. Welch, and others.
Mr. Tillman; Committee on Claims 041.

8. 7036—

Granting an increase of pension to Aaron Daniels.
Mr. Mallory; Committee on Pensions 963.

8. 7037—

Granting an increase of pension to Henry Q. Hammond.
Mr. Proctor; Committee on Pensions 883.

8. 7038—

To provide for an additional judge of the district court of the
United States for the southern district of New York.
Mr. Piatt of New York; Committee on Judiciary 08S.— Beported back
adversely and indefinitely postponed (see bill H. B. 16724) 1661.

8. 7039—

To correct the military record of Allen F. Goodwin.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Military Affairs 9S3.

8. 7040—

Granting an increase of pension to Alfred M. Poundstone.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 083.

8. 7041—

Granting an increase of pension to William R. Lawrence.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 963.

8. 7042—

Granting an increase of pension to James M. RoszeU.
Mr. Fairbanks; Committee on Pensions 963L

8. 7043—

To establish a light-house depot for the Second light-house dis-
trict, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts.

' Mr. Lodge; Committee on Commerce 983.— Beported back witli amendapx>ointment of an additional judge in the Indian Ter-
ritory.

Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Judiciary 1080.— Reported back,
amended, and iMased Senate 1875.— Referred to House Oonmiitteeon
Judiciary 1872.— Reported back (H. R. Rkpobt 3872) 2771.

S. 7070—
Granting an increase of pension to William G. Cantley.
Mr. Tillman; Committee on Pensions 1061.

S. 7071—

Granting an increase of pension to Francis N. Bonnean.
Mr. Tillman; Committee on Pensions 1031.

S. 7072—
Granting an increase of pension to James A. Hoover.

Mr. Cnllom; Committee on Pensions 1063.— Reported back with amend-
ment (S. Report 3248) 2490.— Passed Senate 2B44.— Referred to Honaa
Committee on Invalid Pensions 2715.

S. 7073—
Granting a pension to Thomas W. Coe,
Mr. CuUom; Committee on Pensions 1068.

S. 7074—
For the relief of EMas K. Barnes.

Mr. Cullom; Committee on Claims 1068L

S. 7075—
To provide for the erection in the city of Washington, D. C.,of
a fountain by Edward Kemeys.

Mr. Qallinger; Committee on Library 1063.

S. 7076—
Granting an increase of pension to Charles L. Pinkham —

Mr. Oallinfper; Committee on Pensions lOS^.— Reported back (S. Rspom
2818) and passed Senate 1167.— Referred to House Committee on In-
valid Pensions 1291.— Reported back (H. R. Ricport 3664) 1867.— Passed
House 2220, 2238.— Examined and signed 2411,2413.— Approved by Prea-
ident 2867.

S. 7077—

Granting an increase of pension to Cyrus B. Norris.

Mr. Qallinger: Committee on Pensions 1063.— Reported back (S. RxpORt
2C21 ) 1166.— Passed Senate l^W.-Ref erred to House Committee on In*
valid Pensions 12W).— Reported back (H. K. Report 3365) 1867.— Passed
House 2220, 2238.— Ezanuned and signed 2411, 2413.— Approved by Presi-
dent 2867.

S. 7078—

Granting an increase of pension to Gtoneveive Ludlow,
Mr. Alger; Committee on Pensions 1063.

S. 7079—

Granting an increase of pension to James W. Buff.

Mr. Alger; Committee on Pensions 1063.



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S. 7080—

Granting an increase of pension to MosesHili.
Mr. Alger; Committee on Pensions 1003.

S. 7061—

Granting an increase of pension to Orville V. Percy.
Mr. Alger; Committee on Pensions 1088.

S. 7082—

Granting an increase of pension to Jamea Congdon-

Mr. Perkins; Committee on Pensions 1063.

S. 7083—

To provide for the enrollment and organization of a United
States Naval Reserve.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Naval ABsArs 1063.

S. 7084—

To establish a Naval Militia and define its relations to the
General Government.
Mr. Perkins; Committee on Naval Affairs 1063.

a. 7086—

Granting an increase of pension to Jane M. Watt.
Mr. Fbstor of Waahington; Committee on Pensions 1068.

S. 7086—

Granting an increase of pension to Ebenezer H. Richardson.



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