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Mr. Martin; Committee on Claims 2872.

B. 7874—

To Authorize Malcolm S. Potter to raise and remove certain
sunken vessels, boats, floats, or other structures &om L;^e
Champlain.
Mr. Piatt of New York; Committee on Commerce 8372.

S. 7875—
Granting an increase of pension to Alfred Woodman.

Mr. Gftllineer; Committee on -Pensions 2372.— Reported back (S. Rk-
PORT 3168) and passed Senate 24210.— Referred to House Committee on
luvalid Pensions 2538.— Reported back (H. R. Rkport 8875) 2772.

B. 7376—

To provide for the purchase of a site for a public building at
the city of Femandina, in the State of Florida.
Mr. Mallory; Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds.8372.

S. 7877—

To provide for the purchase of a site for a public building at
the city of Ocala, in the State of Florida.
Mr. Mallory; Committee on Public Buildings and Qroiinds 2378.

B. 7878—

To increase the limit of cost for the purchase of site and erec-
tion of a public building at Washington, Pa.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 2372.

B. 7379-
To correct the military record of Robert D. Magill.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Military Affairs 2372.

S. 7380—

Granting a pension to Paul Smith.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2372.

B. 7881—

For the relief of the estate of J. H. Choice.
Mr. Bailey: Committee on Claims 2372.

8. 7882—

For the relief of the estate of Andrew J. Joyce, deceased.
Mr. Bailey; Committee on Claims 2372.

fi. 7383—

For the relief of the heirs of the late Lieut. Thomas G. Wil-
liams, United States Army.
Mr. Bailey; Committee on Military Affairs 2872.

8. 7384—

To refer the claim of the Ursnline nuns for comx)en8ation for
the burning of their convent at Columbia, S. C, to the
Court of Claims.
Mr. Tillman; Committee on Claims 2372.— Reported back for reference
to Court of Claims 2905.



S. 7385-

To increase the limit of cost of the public building at Anniston,
Ala., and for other purposes.
Mr. Pettus; Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 2432.

S. 7386—

For the purchase of additional land for the site of the public
building at Georgetown, S. C,
Mr. Tillman; Committee on PubUo Buildings and Grounds 2412.

S. 7387—
For establishing further aids to navigation in Delaware Bay and
River.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Commerce 2484.

S. 7388—
Making an appropriation to the board of trustees of iiie Phila-
delphia Museums for the care and installation of the raw
and manufactured products and commercial materials for
the benefit of the commerce of the State of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Commerce 2434.

S. 7389—

Granting a pension to Thomas Irvin.
Mr. Penrose; Comndittee on Pensions 2484.

S. 7390—

To ratify and amend an agreement with the Sioux tribe of In-
dians of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, and
making appropriation and provision to carry the same into
effect.
Mr. Ghimble; Committee, on Indian Aflairs 2484.— Reported baok with
amaadments (S. Rkport 82n) 2498.— Debated and passed Senate 2502,
2747.— Referred to House Committee on IndiaTi Affairs 8074.

S. 7391—

For the relief of Biehard J. Kemball.

Mr. Gallinger; Committee on Military Affairs 2434.

S. 7392—

To authorize the construction and maintenance of a damaeross
the Kansas River within the counties of ^lawnee and Wa-
baunsee, in the State of Kansas.
Mr. Burton; Cpmmittee on Commerce 2485.— Reported back (S. Rbpobt

8302) and passed Senate 2600.— Referred to House Committee on Inter-
state and Foreign Commerce 8074.

B. 7398^

Providing for the better separation and utilization of public
and private lands within the limits of railroad land grants
in the arid and semiarid regions of the State of Kansas.
Mr. Burtcm; Committee on Public Liands 24S5.

B. 7894-

For the relief of the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church
South, of Brandon, Miss.
Mr. McLaurin of Miasissiopi; Committee on Claims 2435.— Reported
back for reference to Court of Claims 2065.

S. 7395—
To d^tne and defend common-law marriage and divorce con-
tracts in the District of Columbia, the Territories, and the
colonies of the United States of America.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Judiciary 2435.

S. 7396—

To authorize the sale of a part of what is known as the Red
Lake Indian Reservation, in the State of Minnesota.
Mr. Clapp; from Committee on Indian Affairs 2434.

S. 7397—

For the relief of William H. Corcoran.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Claims 2435.

S. 7398—

For the relief of W. W. Mansfield and others.
Mr. Berry; Committee on Public Lands 2499.

S. 7399—

To regulate the hours of service and compensation of attend-
ants and nurses at the Government Hospital for the Insane,
in the District of Columbia.
Mr Wellington; Committee on District of Columbia 2499.

S. 7400-

Granting a pension to Samuel B. Hench.
Mr. Penrose; Committe on Pensions 2489.

S. 7401—

Granting a pension to George T. Young.
Ml*. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2499.



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S. 7402—

Granting a pension to Ellen M. Malloy,
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2500.
S. 7403—
Granting a pension to Jnlia A. Boberts.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2G0O.
S. 7404-
Granting a pension to Sarah Kirk.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2600.
S. 7405—
Granting a pension to Thaddens A. Smith.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Pensions 2500.

S. 7406—

Granting an increase of pension to Solomon B. Bach.
Mr. Peui'ose; Committee on Pensions 2500.

S. 7407—

To authorize the Donora Sonthem Bailroad Ck>mpany, a cor-
poration organized and existing under the &ws of the
Ck)mmonweaIth of Pennsylvania, to constmct and main-
tain a bridge across the Monongahela Biver in the State of
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Commerce 2S00.— Beix>rted bock (8. Bs-
POBT 8297), amended, and passed Senate 2599.— Referred to House
Committee on Interstate ana Foreign Commerce 8074.

S. 7408—

For the relief of Newton Woodyard.

Mr. Daniel; Committee on Claims 2600.— Beported back for reference to
Court of Claims 2806.

a. 7409—

For the relief of the heirs of Bobert M. Ely, deceased.

3Cr. Daniel: Committee on Claims 2S0O.— Beported back for reference to
Court of Claims 2866.

S. 7410—

Begolating the appointments of cadets to the Military and Naval
Academies of the United States.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Civil Service and Betrencbment 2S00.

S. 7411-

For the retirement of certain officers of the war of the rebellion.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Military Affairs 2500.

S. 7412—

To amend the second section of an act entitled "An act provid-
ing that the circuit court of appeals of the eighth judicial
circuit of the United States shidl hold at least one term of
said court annually in the city of Denver, in the State of
Colorado, or in the city of Cheyenne, in the State of Wyo-
ming, on the first Monday in September in each year, and
at the city of St. Paul, in the State of Minnesota, on the first
Monday m May in each year," approved June 9, 1903.
Ml*. Pettns, from the Committee on Judiciary-, and iNissed Senate 2499.—
Referred to House Committee on Judiciary 8570.— Beported Imck
(H. B. Bepobt 8874) 2772.

S. 7413-

G ranting an increase of pension to Edward Bums.
Mr. Warren; Committee on Pensions 2500.

S. 7414-
To increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to au-
thorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, to author-
ize the erection and completion of public buildings, and for
other purposes.

Mr. Fairbanks, from Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds
2502.— Amended and passed Senate 2506.— Beferred to House Commit-
tee on Public Buildings and Grounds 2570.— Beported back with amend-
ment (H. B. BSPOBT 8863) 2685.— Debated, amended, and passed House
2830.- Senate nonconcurs in House amendments 2866.— Mouse Insists
upon its amendments 2919.— Conference appointed 2866, 2919.— Confer-
ence report made and agreed to 2988, 3080.— Jlxamined and signed 8007,
8060.— Approved by President 8066.

8. 7415-

For the relief of the heirs of William A. Gum.
Mr. Kittredge; Committee on Claims 2543.

8. 7416-
Granting a pension to William Berkheimer.
Mr. Carmack; Committee on Pensions 2543.

8. 7417—
For the relief of B. Jackman.

Mr. Ciapp; Committee on Claims 2543.

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8. 7418—

For the relief of the Florence Masonic Lodge, of Florence, Ala.
Mr. Morgan; Committee on Claims 2543.

8. 7419—

For the relief of the Washington Lodge of Free and Accepted
Masons, No. 86, of Tuscumbia, Colbert County, Ala.
Mr. Morgan; Committee on Claims 2543.

8. 7420—

For the relief of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, of
Bellefonte, Ala.
Mr. Morgan; Committee on Claims 2543.

8. 7421—

Granting an increase of x>ension to Samuel A. Dickey.
Mr. Hansbrongh; Committee on Pensions 2548.

8. 7422—

Granting an increase of pension to Homer D. Wells.
Mr. Hansbrough; Committee on Pensions 2543.

8. 7428—

Granting an increase of pension to William Q. Haworth.
Mr. Teller; Committee on Pensions 2548.

8. 7424—
For the relief of Albert L. Scott.

Mr. Eean; Committee on Claims 2548.— Beported back for reference to
Court of Claims 2806.

8. 7425—

Authorizing and empowering the Secretary of War to locate a
right of wa^ for and granting the same and a right to oper-
ate and mamtain a line of railroad through the Vancouver
Barracks and military reservation, in the State of Washing-
ton, to the Portland, Vancouver and Yakima Bailway Com-
pany, its successors and assig^ns.
Mr. Foster of Washington; Committee on Militu7 AfEairs 2544.— Re-
ported l>ack with amendments (S. Report 8907) 2800.— Debated,
amended, and passed Senate 2896.— Debated and passed House 9000.—
Examined and signed 2967, 30GQ.— Approved by President 9006.

S. 7426—

To amend section 2502 of the Revised Statutes of the United
States.
Mr. Elldns; Committee on Commerce S544.

S. 7427—
To incorporate the National Hay Association of the District of
Columbia.
Mr. EUdns; Committee on District of Columbia 2544.

S. 7428—

To amend an act entitled *'An act in relation to the sale, use,
and disposition of butts, hogsheads, barrels, casks, or kegs
used by the manufacturers of malt liquors,'' approved the
4th day of April, A. D., 1865, and extending the provisions
thereof to the sale, use, and disposition of milk cans, butter
boxes, ice-cream cans, and ice-cream tubs.
Mr. Penrose; Committee on Mannfactores 2580.

S. 7429—

To prevent trespassing upon, and providing for the protection
of, the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military
Park and Antietam Battlefield.
Mr. Pem-ose; Committee on Military Affairs 2390.

S. 7430—

Authorizing the recorder of the General Land Office to issue
certified copies of patents, records, books, and papers.
Mr. Hansbrongh; Committee on Pnblic Lands 2500. —Beported back 273L

S. 7431—

For the relief of the owners of the British steamship Mogul.
Mr. Warren; Committee on Foreign Belations 2509.

S. 7432—

Granting a pension to George O. Miller.
Mr. Wellington; Committee on Pensions 2399.

S. 7433-

For the relief of the Pine Bluff Baptist Church, of Jefferson
County, Ark.
Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 2090.

S. 7434—

For the relief of the First Baptist Church, of ^eleaa. Ark.
Mr. Jones of Arkansas; Committee on Claims 8890i



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S. 7435—
For the relief of La Grange College, of Colbert Conoty, Ala.

Mr. Morgan; Ck>mxnlttee on Claims 2090.
S. 7486—
For the relief of Mary B. Douglass.
Mr. McEnery; Committee on Claims 2680.
S. 7487—
For the relief of the estate of W. M. G'Hara, deceased.
Mr. Blackburn; Committee on Claims 2784.
S. 7488—
For the relief of John W. Lewis, late captain, Fourth Kentnc^
Ca^Blry Volunteers, and others.
Mr. Blackbnm; ^Committee on Claims 2731.
S. 7430—
For the relief of the estate'of Henry Fassman, deceased.
Mr* McEnery; Committee on Claims ZI9L
8. 7440—
For the relief of the estate of Frederick Fnhr, deceased.
Mr. McEnery; Committee on Claims 27M.
S. 7441—
For the relief of the estate of Nathaniel and William Qfi^tt,
deceased.
Mr. McEnery; Committee on Claims 2784.



S. 7442—

For the relief of Theodore J. Eckerson, major, United States
Army, retired.
Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Claims 2784.
S. 7443— .
Granting an increase of pension to Benjamin F. Homell. <

Mr. MitcheU; Committee on Pensions 2784.
S. 7444—
Authorizing the North American Telegraph and Cable Com-
-pany to construct a submarine cable.
Mr. Mitchell; Committee on Commerce 2784.
S. 7445—
To provide for the appointment of a district judge for the
western judicial district of South Carolina, and for other
purposes.
Mr. Tillman: Committee on Judiciary 2784.— Beiwrted back, amended,
and paseed Senate 2896.— Beferred to the House Committee on Judi-
ciary 8074.

S. 7446—
For the relief of Salvador Costa.

Mr. Taliaferro; Committee on Claims 2864.— Reported back for reference
to Court of Claims 2866.

S. 7447—
To reimburse the people of Indianola, Miss., and vicinity, for
moneys exx>enaed for necessary mail facilities.
Mr. McLaurin of Mississippi; Committee on PostOfflces and Post-Boada
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S. B. 28—

Granting permission to Dr. Eugene Wasdiu and Dr. H. D.
Geddings, both of the United States Marine-Hospital Serv-
ice, to accept decorations tendered to them by the Italian
Government.
Laid on the table 71.

8. B. SO—

For the erection of a monument to the memory of Dorothea
Lynde Dix.
Reported back (H. B. Bspobt 8877) 2772.

8. B. 48—

For the erection of a monument to the memory of John Paul
Jones.
Beported back adversely (S. Bsport 3280) and indefinitely postponed
(see Joint Besolutlon, 8. B. 162) 2542.

8. B. 57—

Belating to military badges.

Passed House 420.— Examined and signed 62S, 644.— Approved by Presi-
dent 700.

8. B. 61—

For the relief of Robert L. Lindsay.

Beported back adversely (S. Bsport 2400) and indefinitely postponed

8.B. 62—

To authorize the Secretary of the Nav^ to donate to the Minne-
sota Historical Society the steenng wheel of the former
ship Minnesota.
Beported back (H. B. Bkpobt 2787) 17L

8. B. 67—

For the relief of Delphine P. Baker.

Beported back adversely (S. Beport 2006) 1840.
8. B. 77—
Providing for printing the general index to published volumes
of the diplomatic correspondence and foreign relations of
the United States.
Beported back (H. B. Bkpobt 8800) 2061.

8. B. 108—

Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to purchase addi-
tional ground for the post-office, court-house, and custom-
house at Jacksonville, Fla.
Beported back (H. B. Bsport 2010) 441.— Amended and passed House
2l»0.— Senate cancurs in House amendment2906.— Examined and signed
2406, 2411.— Approved by President 2501.

8. B. 126—

To provide for the printing of a digest of the decisions of the
Court of Claims, together with the rules of practice of, and
the statutes relating to, that court.
Beported back with amendments and passed Senate 1090.— Beferred to
House Ck>mmittee on Printing 1106.



8. B. 131—

To purchase a bronze portrait bust of the late President Mc-
Kinley from Mrs. Emma CadwaUader-Guild.
Beported back with amendment (S. Bsport 2249) and passed Senate
844.— Beferred to House Committee on Library 409.

8. B. 132—

Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United
States respecting the District of Columbia.
Mr. Qallinger; Committee on District of Columbia 14.

8. B. 133—

Creating a commission to investigate the present x>ension laws.
Mr. Scott; Committee on Pensions 26.— Debated 1900.

8. B. 134—

To provide for the refitting of the revenue cutter Fessenden.

Mr. Burrows; Committee on Commerce 26.— Berorted back adversely
(S. Bspobt 2206) 206.

8. B. 136—

To provide for the construction of a new lock in the St. Marys
Falls Canal, Michigan.
Mr. Burrows; Committee on Commerce 26.

8. B. 136-

Authorizing the purchase of a marble bust of General Lafayette,
executed by David D' Angers.

Mr. Hoar; Committee on Library 06.— Beported back (S. Bsport 2544)
062.

8. B. 137—

Prox>08ing an amendment to the Constitution of the United
States relating to trusts.
Mr. Nelson; Committee on Judiciary 06.

8. B. 138—

Authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish condemned cannon
.for a life-size statue of Gen. Henry Leavenworth, at Leav-
enworth, Kans.
Mr. Harris; Committee on Military Affairs 95.— Beported back 983.—
Passed Senate 1564.— Beferred to House Committee on Military AfEairs
1647.— Beported back with amendment (H. B. Bsport 8549) 1778.

8. B. 130—

To authorize Lieutenants Jackson, Rhett, Poole, and Chapin,

Gen. H. V. N. Boynton, and Hon. H. Clay Evans to accept,

respectively, a photograph of His Royal Highness Prince

Henry of Prussia, tendered to each of them by the prince.

Mr. Cullom; Committee on Foreign Belations 124.

8. B. 140—

To authorize Capt. Richardson Clover, United States Navy, to
accept a souvenir coronation medal tendered to him by the
Eangof Great Britain.
Mr. Cullom; Committee on Foreign Belations 124.

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S. R. 141-
To anthodze C&pt. Dorr F. Tozier to accept a sword from the
King of Great Britain.
Mr. CuUom: Ck>ininlttee on Foreign Belatinnfl tffi.

S. R. 142—

Authorizing the Secretary of the Kavy to receivte for inffbmc-
tion at the Naval Academy, at Annapolifl, Ednardo Mario
Saez, of Uruguay.
Mr. Gallinger; Committee on NaTsl Afialn 17B.

S. B. 143—

For the estahlishment of a military sanitarium at Fort Bayard,
N. Mex.
Mr. Mason; CJommittee on Military AiEairB 209.
S. R. 144—

Anthoriidng fhe Secretary of the NaTy io reimbirrse certain of
the employees in the TJnited States navy-yard and naval
gun factory at Washington, D. C, for lost time, daoB to
deficit in naval appropriation.
Mr. Penrose; Gommittee on Naval AiSain 8i7.
8. R. 146—
To amend a joint resolution entitled "Joint resolution providing
for the removal of shoal in North River of New York Har-
bor,'* approved July 1, 1902.
Mr. Nelson, from Committee tm Commerce (S. BkpoktIBIS) ,aBd passed
Senate 4d6.— Referred to Honse Committee on Bivers and Harbora
544.— Reported back (H. R. Rspobt 8882) 2839.

8. R. 146—

To extend the time for constmctlon of the Akron, SterUog and
Northern Railroad, in Alaska.
Mr. Millard; Committee on PaHlic Lands 467.>-Repprted back (8. Re-
port [email protected]) 663.— Passed Senate 1168.— Referred to House Committer on
Territories 1291.— Resorted back (H. R. Report 3397) 1308.— Consider-
aticm objected to 180B.— Debated and passed Hooae IfiW.— JSzamined
and signed IQBS, 1071.— Approved by President IDBL

B. B. 147-

Exemptiug anthracite coal from import duty,
Mr. Culberson; Committee on Commerce 484.

B. R. 148—

To provide for the prmtisg of a digest of the Ikwb, decisions,
and opinions relating to pardons and other acts of executive
clemency under the United States and the several States.
Mr. Pbxttof New York, from Committee on Printing, and passed Senate
482, 514.— Referred to House Committee on Printinfir H6.— Reported
back (H. R. Report 3822) and passed House 8416.— Examined and slsned
ZiTi, 2496.-Approved by President 2881.

8. R. 149—

Providing for the reproduction of portraits to accompany eulo-
gies of deceased Senators, Representatives, and Delegates.
Mr. Platt of XewTork, from Committee on Printing, and passed Senate
614.— Referred to House Ooanaaltftee on Prfaitfaig 8».— Beportsd back
(H. R. Report 3911) 2968.

S.R. 150—

Tendering the thanks of Congress to the memhers of Company
C, Ninth United States Infantry.
Mr. Hoar; Committee on Military Afiairs 60L

8. R. 151—

Tendering the thanks of Congress to Gen. Adna R, Chaffee
and the officers and men under his command in China.
Mr. Foraker; Committee on Military Aifairs 501.

8. R. 152—

Exempting anthracite coal from import duty.
Mr. Culberson; detated 708.

8. R. 153—

To enlarge the scope of an act entitled "An act to provide a
permanent system of highways in that part of the District
of Columbia lying outside of cities," approved Mai*ch 2,
1893.
Mr. Gallinger: Committee on District of Colombia 941.— Reported back
(S. Report 2895)1672.

fl.R. 154—

To prevent the location of buildings within the limits of
Massachusetts avenue extended, District of Columbia.
Mr. Gallinger; Committee on District of Columbia 942.

8. R. 155—

Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan certain tents for use
at Knights of Pythias encampment to be held at St. Louis,
Mo., August 24 to 31, 1903.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Military Affairs 943.

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8. R. 156—

Dedicvting to the city of Columbus, in the State of Ohio, for
uses and purposes of the public streets, part of property
.conveyed to the United States by Robert Neil by deed
dated February 17, 1863, recorded in Deed Book 76, page
573, etc., Franklin Comity records.
Mr. Foraker; Committee on MOitsay Affairs lOSL.— BeportBd back
(S. Rkport 258S) 1002— Passed Senate 1109.— Referred to^onse Coni-
mitteo on Military A£faii*8 LiSQl.— Reported back (H. R. Rmpobt Sm
1846.— Passed Honse 1617.— Examined and signed 1M6, 16TL— Afiiroved
by President 1989.

S. R. 157—

Providing for an extension of time for completing the highway
bridge across &e Potomac River at Washington, D. C.
Mr. Nelson; from Committee on Commerce (B. BzportIBBS) 1062.

S. R. 158—
Concerning the use of the books in the Congressional Libnury
l^ the people of Washington.
Mr. Pettns; Committee on Library IDS,

S. R. 159—

Granting to the New York and JexBey Railroad Company the
right to construct and operate an underground railway
under land owned by the United States in the city of New
York-
Mr. Depow; Committee on Commerce 1167.— Reported back wifli amend-
ments (S. Rrport aUH) 2177.— Debated, amended, and passed Senate
2265— Passed Honse 2589.— Examined and signed 2614, 26i8.— Approved
byPi-esldent2779.

S. R. 160—

To autfaorisn A. G. Ifeoecal to accept a decoration.

Mr. Morgan; Committee on Foreign Relations 1400.~Reported bock
1629.

S. R. 161—
Proposing an amendment to the ConstitntiioB to limit f oitiiiies.
Mr. We(aington: Committee on Jndiciasry 1500.

S. R. 162—
For the erection of a monument to the memoory of J(^m Paul
Jones.
Mr. Ledce; Coounittee on Libimxy 1873.— Beparted back with asmd-
meut (S. RJEPORT 3279) 2542.

S. R. 163—

To preserve and enforce the act approved June 28, 1902, enti-
tled "^ An act to provide for the construction of a canal con-
necting the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific ooeans."
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S.R. 164-

Proposing an amendment to the ConsfitBtiaii of fbe United
States prohibiting bigamy and polygamy.
Mr. Hansbrough; Committee on Judiciary 1728.

S. R. 166—
To establish market stands in the city of Washington for farm-
ers and others selling produce of their own raising.

Mr. Stewart; Committee on District of Columbia 197B.— Reported back
with amendments 22tt9.

fi. R. 166—

To provide for the improvement of the wholesale market
square in the city of Washington, D. C.
Mr. Stewart; Committee on District of Columbia 1078.
S. R. 167—
Providing for a caxefnl inquiry and report respectisiig the pres-
ent operation of certain public-land laws.
Mr. Warren; Committee on Public Lands 1978.
S. R. 168—
For the printing of additional copies of certain public docu-
ments for distribution to libraries.
Mr. Mason; Committee on Printing 2177.

S. R. 169—

Providiaag for the placing of bronze tablets on the custom-
house and post-office building in Savannah, Ga.

Mr. Bacon; debated and passed Senate 2747.— Befarred to Hooae Com-
mittee on Public Baildmgs and Ghrounds S074.

S. R. 170—

For the transfer of the authority, i)ower, and jurisdiction con-
ferred upon the SocTetary of the Treasury by the act " To
regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States"
to the Sscretary of Commerce and Labor.

Mr. Penrose; andnasAcd Senate 2800.— Referred to Hooae Connnitteeon

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