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referred, 199 ; reported, 8655.
bill (H. R. No. 844) to provide for the sale
of, or overflowed lands not otherwise
disposed of— [By Mr. Wells.]
referred, 808.
bill (H. R. No. 1486) to provide for reclaim-
ing and improving the, and overflowed
lands connected with the United States
navy-yard at New York — [By Mr.
Prindle.]
referred, 969.
bill (H. R. No. 1505) declaratory of the con-
straciiou of an act approved September
28, 1850, to enable the State of Arkansas
and other States to reclaim the, within
their limits— [By Mr. Kendall.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1756) to authorize the Sec-
retary of the Treasury and the Secre-
tary of War to lease certain, or low
lands belonging to the Government,
lying on the Nugara river and Lake
Erie, in Buffalo, New York— [By Mr.
Williams, of New York.]
read. 1214 ; referred, 1215 ; leave to report
asked, 1887 ; reported and passed, 1845.
bill (H. R. No. 1880) for t6e relief of Stod-
dard, Jackson, Lawrence, Greene, and
other counties, in the State of Missouri,
in the matter of certain — [By Mr. Bur-
dett.l
referred, 1899.
bill (H. R. No. 2280) supplementary to an
act to enable the State of Arkansas and
other States to reclaim, within their
limits, approved September 28, 1850,
and the amendment thereof, approved
March 2. 1855— [By Mr. flawley.]
referred, 2270.
bill ( H. R. No. 2744) relating to, in Call-
tbmia — [By Mr. Sargent.]
referred, 8878.
bill (H. R. No. 2868) to extend to the State
of Nevada the benefit of an act to enable
the State of Arkansas and other States
to reclaim the, within their limits — [By
Mr. Hawley.]
reported and passed, 8774.
Swann, Thomas, a Representative from Mary-
land 8

petitions presented by^ 157, 850, 479,

606, 758, 788.887 1061, 1090,

1195, 1485, 1521, 1664. 1700,

1782, 1879, 1909, 1985,' 2082,

2150, 2222, 2279, 2855, 2880

buls introduced by —

No. 796— for the relief of petty officers,

seamen, ordinary seamen, mechanics,

firemen, coal heavers, musicians, and

boys in the United States Navy 801

No. 1102 — for the improvement of the
harbor of Baltimore, Maryland, and to
increase the custom-house and revenue

accommodations of said city 498

No. 1828 — making appropriations for the
consular and diplomatic service of the
Government for the year endiiig June

80, 1878 685

No. 2002— tor the relief of the beird of
Colonel Francis Taylor and Dr. Charles

Taylor 1775

No. 2214 — to change the name of tue
brig Georgia, of tne port of Baltimore,

Maryland...^ 2269

No. 2600— for the relief of Ross Winans

and Thomas Winans 2886

No. 2848 — amhorizing the First National
Bank of Annapolis to change its loca-
tion and name. ..8651



Swann, Thomas, a Representative from Mary-
land— Con/nitied.
resoluiion subiuitted by —
eallitig for information on the subject of a
ship canal io connect the waters of the
Chesapeake and Delaware bays—

[March 11,1872] 1588

reports made by 1161. 8447, 3628

incidental remarks by. 1117, 1161, 8388, 4178
remarks on the bill lor the con8truciioii of
a public building at Chicago.... 152, 153
on the bill for the survey of the nortbern
boundary of the Unitt^d States, 420, 421
on the consular and diplomatic appro-
priation bill 685, 1089,

1140, 1141, 1142, 1148, 1144. 1145,
1147, 1148, 1149, 1167, 1172, 1174,
1188, 1184. 8447. 8448, 3449. 3628

on the naval iipproi>riatiou biJ 1U59

on the order of bubinera 1140, 1105

on the Post Office appropriution bill,

1814, 1817
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bilL 1902, 1908, 1905, 1957, 2008

on the legislative appropridtion bill, 2375

on the tariff and tax bill 3159

on the call of the Uousf*, 885U, 8859, 8860
Swartz, George W.j bill (H. R. No. 2518)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Peck. J
reported and passed, 2752.
Swem, Isabella, bill (H. H. No. 1688) grant-
ing a pension to, widow of John Mersiion
Swem, late private in company D, fourth
regiment New Jersey volunteers— [By
Mr. L. Myers.]
referred, 1211.
Sypher, J. Hale, a Representative from Louis-
iana 8

bills introduced by —
No. 804— to relieve certain citizens
therein named of their legal and polit-
ical disabiliiiesi 8Jl

No. 806— to relieve Joseph Cotfuian, of

Louiiiiana 801

No. 1598 — to provide lor the improve-
ment of Cbifuncte and Tangipaba
' rivers, in the State of Louisiana.... 11 14
No. 1594 — for the relief of Mary Bariow,
widow of Judge BarloWj a loyal citizen

of Louisiana 1114

No. 1595 — for the relief of Martin 1 hllr»

a citizen of Loniiiiana 1114

No. 1596 — to grant a certain tract oi land
to the city of Shreveport, in the State

of Louisiana 1114

No. 1597— to aiJ in the removal of tue
rafl from Red river, in the State of

Louisiana 1114

No. 1657 — to amend section two, act of
August 80, 1852, in relation to the trans-
portation and ezporta ion of imported
goods, wares, and merchandise in bond

through certain ports ot Texas 1184

No. 1695 — to reiinquiah the title ot tne
United States to certain laii^s in the

State of Louisiina 1211

No. 1761 — for relief ot Thomas I'O^ter,

a citizen of Louiniana 1214

No. 1968 — lo amend an act entitleU *' An
act to amend an act approved March
81, 1870, to entofce the rights of citi-
zens of the United States to vote in
the several Sta:e3 of the Union".. .1778
No. 2125 — supplemental to au actto incor-
porate the Texas Pacific Railroad Com-
pany, and to aid in ihe construction of
Its road, approved MaroQ 8, 1871. 2057
No. 2i2S — to provide foe the im^irove-
ment of Calcasieu river, in the S ate

of Lfmisiana 2269

No. 2250 — to incorporate the Shreveport,
Oklahoma, and New Mexico Railroad

Company 2208

No. 2863— to indemnify CharUs S. Par-
rish. of Louisiana » 2654

No. 2729 — to dean and deepen the c lan-
nel over the bar at the month of the
Mississippi river, in the State of Lou-
8377

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INDEX TO HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.



Sypher, J. Hale, a Representative from Louis-
iana — Continued,
resolutions submitted by —
to deliver to the sitting member from
Louisiana the proportion of books due to
the fourth district, now vacant — [March

22, 1872] 1900

reporte made by 2067^ 4178, 4461

incidental remarks by 1134,

1186, 1773, 2298, 2542, 4178
remarks on the resolution to inquire into

the Louisiana disturbances 511, 512

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1843
on the Texas Pacific railroad bill. ...2889,

2890, 2891
on the tariff and tax bill, 8509, 8564, 3569
on the bill for the relief of J. Milton

Best 8622

on the bill for the relief of J. G. Con-
ner 8681

Szabad, Brevet Colonel Emeric, bill (S. No.
486) for the relief of.
received from Senate, 2842 ; referred, 2401 ;
reported and passed, 4131 ; enrolled, 4189.

T.

Taffe, John, a Representative from Nebraska, 8

petition presented by 146

bills introduced by —

No. 761 — to enable the people of Utah to
form a constitution and State govern-
ment, and for the admission of said
State into the Union 199

No. 762 — to aid in the construction of the
Northern Nebraska and Central Dakota
railroad 199

No. 1028 — to amend an act relating to
members of Congress, heads of Depart-
ments, and other officers of the Qov-
emment, approved June 11, 1864, 395

No. 1029 — to abolish the office of super-
intendent of Indian affairs 895

No. 1801— for relief of H. PDenman, late
superintendent of Indian affairs 682

No. 1497 — making au appropriation for
the survey of the nortnern bonndary
line of the State of Nebraska. •..971

No. 1498— tor the relief of James B.
Peck and Reuben Wood 971

No. 1731 — to establish two new land dis-
districts in the State of Nebraska, 1212

No. 1732 — to exieud the time for proof
and payment ou preemption claims
upon the public Innis 1212

No. 2018 — to establish certain post roads
in the State of Nebraska 1776

No. 2178 — authorizing the construction of
a bridge across the Missouri river at
Rulo, Nebraska 2074

No. 2589 — for the relief of certain tribes
of Indians in the northern superintend-
ency 2885

No. 2590 — donating condemned ordnance
to the State Fencibles of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 2885

No. 2627 — to enable the city of Denver to
purchase lands in Colorado for a cem-
etery „ 2949

No. 2628 — to amend an act to provide a
temporary government for the Terri-
tory of Wyoming, approved July 25,
1868 2949

No. 2629 — amendatory of an act setting
aside certain proceeds of internal rev-
enue for the erection of penitentiaries
in the Territories of Nebraska, Wash-
ington, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Ari-
zona, and Dakota, approved January

22, 1867 2950

resolution submitted by —

in regard to the commencement of the

fiscal year— [March 19, 1872] 1811

reporte made by 2949, 2950

incidental remarks by 29,579,

627, 1189, 1216, 1278, 2105, 2521,

2929, 2989, 2949, 2950, 2962, 2998,

3008, 3161, 3231, 3C73, 4099, 4322

remarks on the Indian appropriation bill,

721, 779, 781, jL82, 784



Taffe, John, a Representative from Nebraska —
Continued.
remarks on the bill to establish an educa-
tional fund 858, 883

on the bill for the relief of Thomas B.

Valentine. 1186

on the bill for the relief of preemption

settlers in California 1214

on the bill to set apart lands for a public
park at the headwaters of the Yellow-
stone 1243

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1654),

1440, 1511

on the order of business 1900,

2079, 2481, 2824, 2941
on the bill to secnre the public lands to

actual settlers 2140, 2171

on the Helena and Northern Utah rail-
road bill ....2952, 2968

on the bill to provide capitol buildings

in the Territories 2958, 2964

on the resolution relating to the Pacific

Railroad companies 8469

on the bill for the relief of certain tribes

of Indians 4094

on the civil appropriation bill 4467

Talliaferro, Eliza, bill (H. R. No. 2148) to
grant a pension to, widow of Lawrence
Talliaferro^ a fimt lieutenant in the Army
of the United States during the war of
1812— [By Mr. B. F. Meyers.]
referred, 2073.
Tally, Martin, bill (H. R. No. 1595) for the
relief of, a citizen of Louisiana — [By Mr.
Sypher.]
referred, 1114.
Tariff, bill (H. R. No. 1087) to declare the
meaning and intention of the eighth sec-
tion of the act to increase the duties
on importe, of June 80, 1864— [By Mr.
Cox.]
referred, 497.

bUl (H. R. No. 1189) to reduce the dnties
on importe and equalize their bur-
dens- [By Mr. Burchard.]
referred, 499.
resolution reducing the, on pig iron — [By
Mr. Cox, February 26, 1872.]
motion to suspend the rules and pass the
resolution disagreed to, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 2322) to redace duties on
importe and internal taxes — [Bj Mr.
Dawes.]
reported, 2474; discussed, 2825, 2850,
2855, 2929, 2939, 2945, 2999, 3000,
8008, 8085, 3048, 8084, 3157, 3199,
8206, 3210, 3231, 3235, 3299, 3300, 8802,
(limitation of debate, 8812, 3335,) 3339,
8350, 3898, 8399, 3402, 3403, 3449,
3450, 3453, 3506, 3511, 3515, 8563,
3568, 3650 ; passed, 3652 ; committee
to supervise, 3659 ; passed Senate with
amendments, 4090; discussed, 4098,
4099 ; conference, 4101, 4183 ; confer-
ence report, 4205; discussed, 4205,
4207; agreed to by House, 4212^ bv
Senate, 4206 ; enrolled, 4249; approved,
4425.
remarks by —

Mr. Ambler .2826,

3159, 3200, 3348, 8360

Mr. Banks ^2476,

3085, 3205, 8211, 3240, 3241,
3242, 3301, 3306, 8307, 8350, 3402,
3458, 3459, 3512, 3515, 8522, 4209

Mr. Beatty 3349, 3350, 3398,

8399, 3400, 3402, 8408, 8404, 8518

Mr. Beck 2475, 2851, 2852,

2929, 2932, 2933, 2984, 2988, 8000,
3158, 3159, 3200, 8201, 8204, 8205,
3206, 3217,3311, 8312, 8318, 8839,
8340, 3343, 3401, 8402, 8405, 8456,
3510, 3514, 3521, 8522, 8564, 3565,
8571, 3650, 4099, 4206, 4208, 4210

Mr. Biggs 8159, 3232

Mr. Bingham. ...3282, 3842, 3843, 8348,
8349, 8350, 3398, 3399, 8665, 8652

Mr. Bird 8207, 3209, 8569

Mr. Blair, of Michigao.. .8216, 8610



Tariff, biU (H. R. No. 2822)— CbfUinued.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair, of Missouri, 8566, 8666, 8667

Mr. Bright 8046

Mr. Brooks, of New York. ..2476, 2866,
2936, 2936, 2937, 2938, 2939, 2946,
3084, 3085, 8157, 3158, 3199, 8200,
8203, 3206, 3207, 3240, 3241, 8248,
3300, 8801, 3310, 3812, 8313, 8341,
3843, 3348, 8349, 3898, 8899, 8400,
8401, 3402, 3403, 8450, 8457, 8468,

8459, 3460, 3614, 3618, 8566, 3567,
8669, 3652, 4206, 4207, 4209, 4210

Mr. Buckley 3284,

3236, 8399, 3404, 3450, 3466, 3564
Mr. Burchard 2855, 2859,8012,

8015, 3084, 3158, 8214, 3216, 8218,
8286, 3238, 8239, 8240, 8242, 3248,
8800, 8301, 3302, 3306, 8310, 8811,
3812,3313,3339, 3340, 3341, 8847,
8348, 8400, 3401, 3403, 3404, 8406,

8451, 3452, 3453, 3454, 8469, 8460,
8616, 8567, 8660, 4099, 4100, 4207

Mr. BurdeU 8306, 8809, 8312, 4099

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts 2826,

2833, 2865, 8084, 8199, 8206,
3207, 8218, 8232, 8238, 8284,
3236, 8460, 8507, 8617, 8518,
8563, 3566, 8569, 4099, 4208

Mr. Campbell 3463, 8464

Mr. Carroll ^. ... 3628, 2669

^Mr. Clark, of Texas 8159

XMr. Cobum 8466, 4209

Mr. Conger,2929, 8008,8046,3047,8218,
8216, 8216, 8218, 8231, 8232, 8284,
8235, 3236, 8899, 8400, 8401. 8408,
3404, 8406, 3450, 3452, 8464, 8460,
8609, 3511, 3522, 3564, 3666, 8567,
8568, 3570, 4098, 4207, 4208, 4209

Mr. Conner 2946, 8169

Mr. Cotton 8670

Mr. Cox 2475, 8086, 8084, 8085,

8157, 3158, 3169, 8204, 8208, 8209,
3210, 3212, 8281, 8284, 8241, 8804,
8805, 3307, 8312, 3818, 8840, 6341,
8842, 8348, 3347, 8399, 8400, 3401,
8402, 3403, 3404, 3405, 8460,3451,
8468, 8454, 3607, 8610, 8618,8614,
8528, 8566, 3566, 8660, 8570, 8671

Mr. Crocker... 8208,

8209, 8610, 8522, 8528

Mr. Dawes 2474,

2476, 2826, 2829, 2861, 2852,
2863, 2854, 2866, 2929, ^33, 2988,
2939, 2946, 2948, 2999, 8000, 8007,

8016, 8017, 8048, 8084, 8085, 8167,

8158, 3169, 3100, 8199, ^204, 8206,
8207, 3208, 3^209, 8212, 8218, 8216,
8218, 8282, 3283, 3286, 8237, 8288,
8239, 8240, 8241, 8242, 8248, 8801,
3306, 3807, 3310, 8811, 8812, 8818,
3889, 8840, 8841, 3842, 3848, 8846,
8348, 3849, 3350, 3898, 8890, 8400,
8401, 3402, 8408, 8404, 8405,8449,

8452, 3453, 3455, 3466, 8467, 8469,

8460, 3461, 3506, 8607, 8508, 8610,
8611, 8618, 8614, 8616, 8516, 8617,
8618, 3521, 8523, 8664, 8666, 8666,
8667, 8568, 8569, 8670, 3571, 8668,
8652, 4098, 4099, 4100, 4101, 4206,
4206, 4207, 4208, 4209, 4210, 4^12

Mr. Dickey 2829, 86l2, 8801. mo^

8811, 8848, 8360, 3400. 8401, 8404,
3457, 3460, 3461, 8622, 8523, 8660

Mr. Duell .8213, 8214, 8216,

8216, 8286, 8286, 8667, 8668, 8571

Mr. Duke...8012, 8016, 8286, 8402, 8668

Mr. Duunell 8217, 3808

Mr. Eames „ «H7,

8841, 3842, 8848, 8669, 8670

Mr. Bldcedge «8046,

8065, 8848, 8849, 3850, 8614, 4099

Bir. Farnsworth 2476, 3084,

8168, 8199, 8206, 8216, 8288, 8236,
3287, 8242, 3818, 8898, 8899,8400,
8401, 8402, 8406, 8449, 8461, 8462,
8463, 8464, 8466, 8466, 3460,^8610,
8518, 8617, 8622, 8628, 8664,81565,
8667, 8669, 8660, 4090, 4207, 4210

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INDEX TO HOFSE PROCEEDINGS.



CCXCIII



Tariff, bill

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Mr.
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Mr.

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(H. R. No. 2S22y^OonHnued.

FInkelBbarg. 2825, 2828,

2829, 8167, 8158, 8159, 8207,8209,
8210, 8215, 8216, 8281, 8282, 8288,
8289, 8240, 8801, 8809, 8841,8400,
8517, 8518, 8660, 4206, 4207, 4208

Poster, of Ohio 8568

Foster, of Pennsylyania 8207,

8208,8209

Prye 8451,8564

Qaifield, of Ohio, 2474, 2825, 2851,
2987, 8058, 8158, 8159, 8200,
8207, 8216, 8218, 8458, 8512,

8516, 8565, 8568, 8571, 8650,
8652, 4099, 4206, 4207, 4208

Golladay 8567

Oriffith, 8208, 8210,8807. 8455, 8456

Hale 8281,

8282, 8811, 8451, 8569, 8570, 8571
Harris, of Virginia, 8159,8565,8568

Hay 8282, 8455

Hazelton, of New Jersey 8008,

8509,8569

HaaeltoD, of Wisconsin 4209

Hereford.. ..8214, 8215, 8455, 8570

Hibbard 8008, 8211, 8285, 8569

Hill 8809, 8458, 8564, 8569

Hoar 2859, 8048, 8211, 8212

8342, 8408, 8404, 8454, 8457, 8511,
8512, 8518, 8522, 8528, 8564, 8565
Holman 8512, 8518,

8517, 8518, 8581, 8528, 8568,
8570, 8571, 4099, 4208, 4210

Hooper, of Mas8acbn8etts...»2474,
2475, 2854

Kelley... 2474, 2826, 2851,

2859, 2988, 2989, 2945, 8157, 8158,
8159. 8200, 8207t 8210, 8211,8212,
8286, 8237, 8288, 8289, 8240, 8242,
8248, 8800, 8801, 8802, 8807, 8310,
8811, 8812, 8818, 8848, 8847, 8848,
8456, 8457, 8459, 8460, 8507, 8508,
8514, 8564, 8567, 3569, 8570, 4209

Kellogg 8200,

8206, 8289, 8849, 8400, 8408,
8458, 8507, 8508, 8509, 8511, 8564,
8565, 8567, 8569, 8570, 8652, 4207

Kerr 2859,

8000, 8085, 3159, 8204, 8206, 8210,
8211, 8218, 8287, 8238, 8289, 8240,
8241, 3801, 8802, 3308, 8804, 8805,
8318, 8341, 3342, 8344, 8346, 3848,
3401, 3402, 3408, 8405, 3449, 3456,
3459, 3460, 8507, 3512, 3516, 8517,
8521, 8528, 8564, 8565, 3567, 8569,
3570, 8571, 4099, 4208, 4209, 4210,

Kiliioger 3211, 8455, 8458

Lamison 8045

Lynch 2939,

8402, 8405, 8449, 3451, 3452, 3453,
8455, 8565, 3569, 3570, 3571, 8652

Maynard 2476, 2986, 2987,

2939, 2948, 2999, 8000, 3159, 3199,
3200, 8206, 3209, 3210, 8212, 3218,
3218, 3236, 8237, 3238. 8240, 3241,
3242, 8248, 4098, 4099, 4100, 4101

McCormick, of Missouri 8234,

3808, 3309, 8459, 8460, 8511, 8569

McGrew 8212

Mclntyre 8214, 8286, 8569, 8652

McNeely 2989,

8201, 8848, 3569, 3570

Merriam ...8567

Morgan 3205, 8206, 8849, 8518

Myers, L 8288, 8239,

8400, 8452, 8568, 8569^ 8670, 4207

Negley « 8159, 8513

NiWack 4206

Pendleton 3570

Perce 8408,8456

Peters 8208, 8401, 8405,

8450, 8452, 8458, 8454, 8522, 4207

Potter 8206, 8216, 8242

Randall 2474,

8048, 8048, 8158, 8205, 8209,
3300, 8801, 8805, 8808, 8809, 8810,
8812, 8399, 8406, 8510, 8565, 8569,
8570, 8650, 8659, 4098, 4207, 4208



Tariff, bill (H. R. No. 2922)-^Oontinued.
remarks by —

Mr. Ritchie 8012,

8207, 32U, 8212, 8218, 8458

Mr. Roberts, E. H 2929,

8301, 3808, 8457, 8522

Mr. Roberts, W. R 8669,

3570, 4099, 4208

Mr. Roosevelt 8809,8810, 8511

Mr. Sargent 8199, 8218, 8812, 8313,

3898, 8408, 8508, 3566, 8569, 4100

Mr. Sheldon 8564

Mr. Sbellabarger 8522

Mr. Sherwood 2984, 8808

Mr. Slater 2859, 2862

Mr. Speer, of Pennsylvania 8000,

8208, 8209, 3218, 8215,

8311,. 8312, 3569, 8571

Mr. Starkweather, 8404,8507,8565,3669

Mr. Stevens 8286

Mr. Stevenson 2946, 8209, 8218,

8242, d8ia, 3311, 8812, 8340, 8400,
8457, 8460, 3507, 8509, 8528, 4099

Mr. Storm 8450,8518, 8517, 8569

Mr. Stoughton 8016

Mr. Strong 3608, 8567

Mr. Satberlaod 3047, 3169, 8288

Mr. Swann 8159

Mr. Sypher 8509, 8564. 8569

Mr. TowDsend, of N. J 3212, 3569

Mr. Towosend, of Pennsylvania.. .3045,
3804. 3518, 4207

Mr. Upson ..8016, 8458

Mr. Wakeman 2946

Mr. Wallace 3242

Mr. Walls 3669,8570

Mr. Whitthome 8619, 8565

Mr. Wilson, of Ohio...3008, 3669, 8570

Mr. Wood 2860, 2861, 2852, 2858,

2854, 2999, 3201, 3204, 3205, 8206

yeas and nays on the 8085,

8158, 8159, 8348, 8662, 4100
sabject of the, discussed in Committee of
the Whole by-
Mr. Banks 8082

Mr. Bird 1199, 1200,1201

Mr. Blair, of Missouri „ 8082

Mr. Cotton 1914

Mr. Ctossland 1748

Mr. Duell 2427

Mr. Barnes 8082

Mr. Finkelaburg 1909

Mr. Griffith 8078

Mr. Hoar 1911

Mr. Kelley 1750

Mr. Kerr 1743

Mr. Starkweatber 8082

Mr. Townsend, of Pennsylvania..... 646

Mr. Whitthome 1200

bill (H. R. No. 2974) to fix the time of the
operation of the free list — [By Mr.
Butler, of Massachusetts.]
referred, 4814.
Tariff bill, resolution for printing extra copies
of the— [By Mr. Beaity, April 17, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 2509.
resolution for printing the, reported by
the minority — [By Mr. Kelley, April 22,
1872.1
referred, 2668 ; reported and agreed to,
2784.
resolution for printing the — [By Mr. Hoar,
April 28, 1872.]
a^eed to, 2687.
motion to limit debate upon, in Committee of
the Whole-~[By Mr. Dawes].... 381 2, 8385
renoiarks by —
Mr. Brooks, of New York, 8812, 3818

Mr. Burchard 8313

Mr. Dawes 8812, 8818, 8835

Mr. Famsworth 8318

Mr. Kelley 8812

resolution to close debate on the pending,
and amendments on Thursday, the 16tb
instont— [By Mr. Donnan,' Mayl8,1872.]
read, 8885; agreed to, 8386.
resolution relating to debate on the — [ By Mr.
Beatty, May 18, 1872.]
proposed, 8879, 3386.



Tariff and tax law, resolution for printing five
thousand copies of the — [By Sir. Hooper,
of MassachusettF, June 7. 1872.]
referred, 4321: reported and agreed to,
4461.
Tariff law, resolution to print ten thousand
extra copies of the — [By Mr. Beatty,
June 7, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 4814.
Tax, bill (H. K. No. 441) to repeal the in-
come — [By Mr. Ketcham.]
referred, 11.

bill (H. R. No. 660) fixing the rate of inter-
nal, on all kinds of manufactured to-
bacco at sixteen cents per pound — [By
Mr. L. Myers.]
referred, 195.
bill (H. H. No. 699) to remit the internal
revenue, upon five hundred and forty-
nine barrels, containing twenty-three
thousand four hundred and sixty-six
gallons whisky, destroyed by fire wbilo
in bond in a distillery warehouse, on
the 24th of June, 1869, in the county
of Harrison, in the State of Ken-
tucky— [By Mr Arthur.]
referred, 197.
resolution in reference to a repeal of the
income— [By Mr. Kellogg, December
18, 1871.J
read, 200, 806 ; motion to suspend the rulei
and pass the resolution not agreed to.
806.
joint resolution (H. B. No. 67) to repeal
the income — [By Mr. L. Myers.]
read and referred, 301.
bill (H. R. No. 791) to repeal so much of
the internal revenue act as imposes a,
upon deposits in savings banks — [By
Mr. Duel!.]
referred, 301.
bill (H. H. No. 810) to repeal the stamp,
upon lucifer and friction matches — [By
Mr. Monroe.]
referred, 802.
bill (U. R. No. 947) fixing a uniform rate
of, of sixteen cents per pound on all
manufactured tobacco entering the
market— [By Mr. Duke.]
referred, 893.
biU (H. R. No. 970) to repeal all laws
requiring a, to be assessed and collected
on distilleries, distilled spirits, and
manufactured tobacco — [By Mr. Qta-
rett.]
referred, 394.
bill (H. R. No. 978) in reference to incomey
collected from officers under State gov-
ernments — [By Mr. Voorhees.]
referred, 894 ; reported and recommitted,'
849. *

bill (H. R. No. 986) to reduce the, on snuff
and tobacco — [By Mr; Hay.]
referred, 394.
bill (H. R. No. 1085) to repeal the in-
come — [By Mr. Kellogg. J
referred, 497.
resolution relating to the, on manufactured
tobacco — [By Mr. Piatt, January 22,
1872]
read, 508; agreed to, 504.
bill (H. R. No. 1181) to fix and establish
the rate of, on all descriptions of manu-
factured tobacco entering the market
for consumption at the uniform rate of
sixteen cents per pound — [By Mr.
Porter.]
referred, 508.
bill (H. R. No. 1229) to repeal so much of
the internal revenue act as imposes a
stamp, upon sirups, fruits, and vege-
tables— [By Mr. Duell]
referred 680
bill (H. r! No. 1249) to repeal all laws of
the United States imposing a, upon
spirits made exclusively of grapes,
apples, peaches, and other fruits — [Bj
Mr. Handley.]
referred, 680.



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Tax— Cbn^intMd.
bill (H. H. No. 1465) to r^^lieye the com-
raerceof the Ohio and Mississippi rivers
from the, iinptised thereon at the Loais-
▼ille and Portland cnnnl at Louisville,
Kentucky — [Bj Mr. Holman.]
referred ,'970.
bill ( H. R. No. 1894) to provide for the col-
lection of a, on incomes in excess of
S2,000~[By Mr. Rice, of Kentucky.]
referred, 1679.
bill (H. R. No. 2144) to repeal the income,
and to provide that the, upon incomes
for the year 1871 shall not be col-
lected— [By Mr. 8torm.]
referred, 2078.
bill (H. li. No. 2150) to repeal the, on
brandy, and to simplir^ and reduce it
on whisky, and to prohibit the destruc-
tion by revenue officers of property ap-
pertaining thereto — [By Mr. Leach.]
referred, 2078.
bill (H. li. No. 2190) to abolish the in-
come— FBy Mr. HiU.]
referred, 2080.
Tax salee, bill (H. R. No. 1269) to authorize
the redemption of real estate bid in by the
United States Qov^rnment at — [By Mr.
Vauffhan ]
referred, 681.
Taxation, reitolution in reference to, and the
the readjustment of the tariff— [By Mr.
Campbell, December 4, 1871.]
reft-rred, 12.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 58) proposing
an amendment to the Constitution of
the United States in regard to — [By
Mr. McNeely.]
referred, 58.
resolution in reference to, expenditures,



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