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Kansas— [By Mr. Caldwell.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 952.
bill (H. R. No. 1841) authorizing the re-
moval of restrictions upon the aliena-
tion of certain, in Kansas,
received from House, 2961 ; referred,
2983 ; reported, 8769.
New York, bill (H. R. No. 872) to provide for
the sale of certain, in Kansas,
received from the House, 2961 ; referred,
2983; reported, 8246; passed with
amendment, 8541 ; conference, 8990,
4010.
Osage, bill (H. R. No. 878) for the relief
of settlers on the, in the State of
Kansas,
received from House, 2122 ; printed,
2151 ; discussed, 2250 ; passed with
amendments, 2251 ; concurred in, 290^;
enrolled, 2992.
Shawnee, bill (S. No. 586) to confirm sales
of, in Kansas, under the direction and
with the approval of the Secretary of
the Interior — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 582 ; reported, 1820 ; passed,

3546.
bill (S. No. 688) in relation to the
absentee, in Kansas — [By Mr. Pome-
eroy.]
referred, 1129.



Indian nations, bill (H. B. No. 1469) to
authorize the Secretary of the Interior to
open negotiations with the, tribes, or
individnals, for the purpose of commuting
all annuities now payable in kind, and to
report his doings to Congress for its
-^^ adoption,
/eoflived from House, 2998 ; referred, 8017 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8246;
Indian peace commissioners, resolution in
reference to the treaties of the — (By Mr.
Morrill, of Maine, December 4, 1871.]
read, 8 ; agreed to, 287.
House concurrent resolution for printing
extra copies of the report of, for 1871.
recefved from the House, 8126 ; referred,
8172; reported and concurred in, 8578.
Indian reservation — see MeservitHon,
Indian territory, bill (S. No. 571) to attach a
portion of the, to Kansas for judicial .
purposes — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
ireterred, 766.

bill ^. No. 628) authorizing terms of the
United States district court to be held
at Fort Gibson, in the— [By Mr. Rice.]
referred, 953; reported, 2958; amend-
ment, 8100, 8277; discussed, 8416.
resolution calling for information in regard
to the occupation of the, by unauthor-
ized persons — [By Mr. Morrill, of
Maine, March 8, 1872.]
agreed to, 1525.
bill (S. No. 880) to create a United States
court for the — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 1758; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2958.
bill (S. No. 853) repealing acts and parts of
acts granting lands and certain priv-
ileges in the, to railroad companies —
[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
referred, 1888.
resolution celling for information relating
to elleged outrages in the Cherokee
nation — [By Mr. Pomeroy, April 28,
1872.]
agreed to, 2674.
Indian tribes, bill (S. No. 508) for the relief
of certain, in the northern superintend-
eucy — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 484 : reported, 1035; passed, 8541 ;
passed House with amendment, 4109;
conference, 4140, 4219, 4403; House
amendments concurred in, 4465; enrolled,
4479 ; approved, 4504.
bill (S. No. 535) to authorize the Secretary
of the Interior to expend the balance
of an appropriation made for the sup-
port of industrial and other schooU
among — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 582.
bill (S. No. 653) for the better protection
of the, and their consolidation under
a civil government to be called the
Territory of Oklahoma — [By Mr,
Blair.]
referred, 1068.
Indian war claims, resolution to examine and
report upon — [By Mr. Caldwell, Decem-
ber 20, 1871.]
agreed to, 236. •

Indians, bill (S. No. 965) authorizing the Sec-
retary of the Interior to have jurisdiction
over the people of Alaska called — [By
Mr. Cole.]
referred, 2385 ; reported and passed, 2957.
remarks by —

Mr. Buckingham 2957

Mr. Cole 2957

Mr. Corbett ..2957

Mr. Patterson - 2957

Mr. Pomeroy 2957

bill(H. R. No. 2290) regi^ating the mode
of making private contrkotH with,
received from House, 2961 ; refer red. 2983 ;
reported, 8852 ; passed, 8542 ; enrolled|
8594.



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Indiana — ConUnued,

bill (S. No. 1088) to aathoriie the Secre-
tary of the Xuterior to Beitle the claim
of Messrs. Darfee & Peck and E. H.
Durfee for supplies furfiiehed the, ia
MoDtana in the winter of J669 — [By Mr.
Buckiugham.]
reported, 3'246; passed, 8541.

bill (S. No. 1175) ior the relief of certain,
.in the central Buperintendency-^[By
Mr. Buckingham.]
read, 8988, 4142; reported and passed,
4183 ; passed House with amendment,
4856 ; called up, 4409 ; concurred in,
4418 ', enrolled, 4465 ; approved, 4504.

Cattaraugus and Alleghany, hill (H. B. No.
2264) to authorize thefv in New York,
to lease lands and confirm leases,
receiyed from House, -2961 ; referred,
2983; reported, 8870; passed with
amendment aod title amended, 4284.

Chickasaw, bill (S. No. 598) to authorize
the Secretary of the Interior to receive
the funded b^ds of the State of Ark-
ansas in exchange for certain bonds
now held by him in trust for the, and to
issue the ngricultural college scrip
apportioned to that State and held by
him as security for the payment of the
said bonds — [By Mr. Clayton. J
referred, 840.

Chippewa, bill (S. No. 509) to enable the
Secretary oi the Interior to use for the
removal of scattering bands of, to
reservations near White Earth Lake,
Minnesota, to subsist them thereat for
six mbnths, and for improvements on
their reservation! the unexpended bal-
ance on the books of the Treasury
heretofore appropriated for those pur-
poses — [By Mr. Harlan.]

Choctaw and Chickasaw, bill (S. No. 827)
for the relief of the freedmen of
the— [By Mr. Rice.J
referred, 1768.
Flathead and other, bill (S. No. 704) to
provide for the removal of the, from
the Bitter Hoot valley, in the Terri-
tory of Montana — [By Mr» Morton.]
referred, 1207.

bill (H. H. No. 2628) to provide for the

, removal of the. from the Bitter Root

varlley, in the Territory of Montana.

received from House, 2998; referred,

3017; reported and passed with

amendment, 8543 ; agreed to, 4109 ;

enrolled, 4167.

Great and Little Osage, bill (S. No. 976) to

confirm to the, a reservation in the

Indian territory — [By Mr. Harlan.]

referred, 2429; reported adversely and

indefinitely postponed, 8246.
bill (H. R. No. 2334) to confirm to the, a
reservation in the Indian territory,
received from House, 2993 ; referred
8017; reported, 3246; passed with
amendment, 8542; agreed to, 4109;
enrolled, 4167.
Kansas tribe of, bill (H. R. No. 2624) to

frovide for the removal of the, to the
ndian territory, and to dispose of
their lands in Kansas to actual set-
tlers,
received from House, 2992 ; discussed,
3018; passed, '3019; enrolled, &147.
Miami, bill (S. Ko. 777) to abolish the tribal
relations of the — [By Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 1525.

bill (G, R. No. 1535) to abolish the tribal
relations of the.
received from House, 2993; referred,
3017; reported, 3246; conference,
3772, 3307.
Ottawa, bill ( S. No. 50) authorizing the, to
bring suits in the courts of Kansas upon
any matters growing out of their Tate
treaties — [By Mr. I\)meroy.]
referred anew^ 581.



Indians — Continued,
Pottawatomie, bill (S. No. 944) to provide
for the claims of the, residing in Michi-
gan and Indiana — [By Mr. Bucking-
ham.]
reported, 2285; passed, 85^
Pottawatomie^awd a'bsentee Shawnee, bill
(S. No. 988) to provide homes for the,
in the Indian territoryT-[By Mr. Buck-
ingham.]
reported and passed, 2524 ; passed House
with amendment, 2993; conference,
8017, 8055, 8126; oonferenoe report,
8579; by House, 8579; enrolled, 8616;
approved, 8772.
Seneca, bill (H. R. No. 2264) to quiet title
to lands belonging to the, in the State
of New York,
passed with 'amendment, 4284.
Seneca, Shawnee, Quapaw, bill (H. R. No.
757) to carry into effect the fourth ar-
ticle of the treatv of February 28, 1867,
with the, and other,
received from House, 1591 ; referred,
1623; reported, 1758; passed with
amendment, 8540; agreed to, 4109;
enrolled, 4167.
Shawnee, bill (S. No. 619) to provide pay-
ment for depredations committea by
the whites upon, in Kansas — [By Mr.
Pomeroy.]
referred, 907.
Shoshone and Bannock tribes of, bill (H.
R. No. 1914) to authorize the Secre-
tary of the Interior to negotiate with the
chiefs and bead- men of the, for the
relinquishment of a portion of their res-
ervation in Wyoming Territory,
received from House, 2998 ; referred,
8017; reported, 8246 ; discussed, 8539 ;
passed with amendment, 8540; confer-
ence, 8761, 8762; conference report,
8961 ; concurred in by Senate, 8961 ;
by House, 8949 ; enrolled, 4010.
Ute, bill (H. R. No. 1862) authorizing the
Secretary of the Interior to make cer-
tain negotiations with the, in Colorado,
received from House, 1529; referred,
1530; reported, 2248; passed, 2386;
enrolled, 2494.
Informers, bill (H. R. No. 2188) to dispense
with, in the internal revenue service,
received from House, 2098; referred, 2117;
reported and indefinitely postponed, 8890.
IngersoU, Isaac W., (bill S. No. 855) referring
tbe claim of, and Joseph Qraoger for
damages under a contract for building a
marine hospital at Detroit, Michigan, to
the Court of Claims — [By Mr. Ferry, of
Michigan.]
referred, 47 ; reported adversely, 2722.
Inspection, bill (S. No. 487) to exempt the
iron steam ice-boats constructed by the
city of Philadelphia from the, required
by the act of February 28, 1871, to pro-
vide for the better security of life on
board of vessels propelled in whole or
in part by steam — [By Mr. Scott.! •
referred, 425; reported and passea, 450;
passed House with amendment, 725 ;
concurred in, 753; enrolled| 758; ap-
proved, 848.
Inspector General's department, bill (H. R.
No. 2186) to authorize an appointment
in the.
received from House, 8248; referred, 8272;
reported, 3415; passed, 4253; enrolled,
4402.
Insurrectionary States, the Committee on — see
Outrages.
House concurrent resolution for the print-
ing of ten thousand extra copies of the
majority and minority reports of the
joint Committee to inquire into the
Condition of the late,
received from House, 1258; referred,
1279 ; reported and concurred in with
amendment, 1282 ; agreed to by House,
1852.



lolemperance, bill (S. No. 606) to provide £»r
tbe appointment of a com mission -on the
subject of prohibitory legislation for the
8uppres**iou of— [By Mr. r«»mfroy.]
referred, 869 ; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 3892.
Interior Department, calU for information opon
the.... 68, 121, 833, 1891, 1525. 1964, 2122
communications from i he, 13,86, 1 19,400,544,
753, 1447, 1700, 2151, 2722, 8552, 8949

transmitting census tables 610

Internal improvements, bill (S. No. 889) to
encourage, in the Territories— [By Mr.
Hitchcock. ]
referred, 1785.
Internal revenue — see Revenue. .
Inventories, bill (S. No. 910) relating to, and
acconnts of the property of the United
States in public buildings and grounds^
[By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.]
reported and passed. 2122 ; passed the
House, 4109 ; enrolled, 4167 ; approved,
4228.
Investigation and Retrenchment, the Com-
mittee of. 194, 211

instructions to 172

207, 211, 286, 261, 842, 869

reports from 1418, 4214, 4220, 4468

resolution to create a staadhig Committee
of— [By Mr. Anthony, December 18,
1871.]
read, 86 ; discussed, 86, 124 ; agreed to,
182.
resolution, designating the — [By Mr.
Anthony, December 18, 1871.]
read, 160; discussed, 160, 172; agreed to
with amendment, 194.
resolution instructing the Committee, of, to
inquire into the expenditures in all
branches of the public service, with
power, &c. — [By Mr. Trumbull, De-
cember 18, 1871.]
read, 86, 124 ; discussed, 182, 161, 172 ;

agreed to, 194.
remarks by —
Mr. Anthony,86. 89,90,101,160,161,176,
177, 178, 188, 184, 190, 191, 198
Mr. Bayard...l62, 163, 164, 165, 166, 174

. Mr. Blair 125, 182, 190

Mr. Buckingham, 161, 168, 191, 192, 198

Mr. Casserly 91,

99, 100, 101, 182, 188, 191

MiCTlayton 181, 182

Mr. Conkling 87, 88, 95,

96, 97, 98, iOO, 101, 125, 127,
128, 183, 159, 160, 161, 168, 164,
166, 170, 175, 188, 190, 191, 198

Mr. CorbeU 168, 191

Mr. Cragin 190, 191, 192

Mr. Davis, of Kentucky 182

Mr. Edmunds, 88, 89, 97, 101, 129, 188,
186, 137, 177, 178, 179, 180, 188,
184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 198

Mr. Fenton 166, 175, 176

Mr. Frelinghuysen 92, 160, 161,

166, 167, 168, 191, 192, 198

Mr. Hamlin 182, 168

Mr. Howe «..162, 192, 198

Mr. Lewis 190, 198

Mr. Logan 97, 169, 170, 185, 186

Mr. Morton 87, 99, 100,

183, 184, 186, 165, 172, 178, 174,

175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181

Mr. Nye 125, 126

Mr. Patterson 90, 92, 95, 128, 129,

167, 169, 173, 174, 175, 187, 189

Mr. Pomeroy 125, 132, 185, 186

Mr. Pool 172

Mr. Schorz.. 91, 92,

95, 96, 97, 127, 128, 129, 174, 190

Mr. Scott 88,101, 125,169, 170

Mr. Sherman ..86, 88, 133, 185, 137

Mr. Sumner » 128,

132, 135, 160, 161, 167, 168, 178,

185, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 198
Mr. Thurman 87, 88, 90, 98,

994. 126». 186. 187, 160, 161, 175,

176, 178, 188, 186, 187, 189, 190
Mr. Tipton 180



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investigation and Retrenchment, resolntion
instraetin^ the Committee of—Contimtttd,
remarks by —

Mr. Trumbull 86,88,99,128,

180, 132, 138, 184, 135, 186, 161,
168, 172, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180,

181, 182, 183, 186, 188, 189, 191

Mr. Vickers , 193

Mr. West: 190

Mr. Wilson ;.^ 87, 101,

. 124, 125, 182, 188, 190, 191, 192

yeas and nays on the 182, 161, 190, 198

. resolutioii for priutingaU reeoiutions referred
to the Committee of— [By Mr. Book*
ingbam, December 20, 1871.]
agreed to, 236.
resoluUoB anthorizing Committee of, to hold
seseioDS in New York, to employ a
itenoffrapber, to administer oaths, &c. —
[By Mr. Backingham, December 20,
1871.]
agreed to, 236.
resolution in reference to the expenses of the
Committee of— [By Mr. Buckingham,
December 20, 187L]
agreed to, 236.
resolution authorising Committee of, to sit
during the sessions of the Senate— [By
Mr. Uamlln, January 8, 1872.]

Xed to, 295.
.ion to pay the expenses of the Com-
mittee of— [By Mr. Buckingham, March
5, 1872 ]
agreed to, 1413. ^

Iron mines, bill (S. No. 904) to authorize the
opening and working of the, located on
the Government land at West Point- [By
Mr. WiUon.]
referred, 2084.

bill (8. No. 1111) to authorize the opening
and working of the, located on the
Qovernment land at West Point — [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred; 3362.
Iron ship- building, resolution for printing
extra copies of Executive Document No.
50 in relation to — IBj Mr. Scott, March
20, 1872.]
referred, 1823 ; reported and agteed to, 1849.
Iron 8l)ip.'building yard, resolution to inquire
into the expediency of establithitig an,
in the Mississippi valley — [By Mr. Kel-
loggv December 14, 1871.]
agreed to. 121.
. bill (S. No. 1098) to establish an, on the
waters falling into the Atlantic, and an,
on the Mississippi river or one of its
* tributaries, and to afford facilities to the

Navy— [By Mr. Craein.]
reported, 3246; amendment, 3539.
Iron steam ice-boats, bill (S. No. 487) to
exempt the, constructed by the city of
Philadelphia from the inspection required
by tke act of February 28, 1871, to pro-
vide for the better security of life on board
of vessels propelled in whole or in part
by steam— -[By Mr. Scott.]
referred, 425; reported and passed, 450;
passed Houne with amendment, 725 ; con-
curred in, 753 ; enrolled, 758 ; approved,
848.
Iron steamers, resolution to inquire into the
expediency of paying a premium per ton
upon AnMericau-built*-^[By Jlr. Kellogg,
December 14, 1871.]
agreed to, 121.
Irrigation, bill (S. No. 348) to provide for
tJiCr of the Bear River valley, in Utah
Territory— [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 47 ; reported and recommitted,
663; reported, 1128; notice, 1701; dis-
cussed, 1965.
bill (3. No. 387) to incorporate -the Bear
Kiver and Cache Valley Canal Com-
pany, and for a grant of lands to aid in
the construction of a canal for, in the
Territories of Utah an4 Idaho — [By
Mr, Pomeroy.]
referred, 120.



Irrigation — Continued,
bill (3. No. 679) to provide for the, of the
lun^s 'lying between Boise and Snake
rivers, in Idaho Territory — [By Mr.
Kelly.]
referred, 1129.
bill (S. No. 1066) granting the right of way
and lands in aid of the construction of
a canal for, and other purposes in the
county of El Dorado, and other coun-
ties, in the State of Califbmia-^[By
Mr. Casserly.]
referred, 2985.
Iiadore, bill (il. ft. No. 1669) authorizing an
American register to the British brig,
owned by Edwin M. Fowie, of Newton,
Massachusetts,
received from House, 1182; referred, 1183;
reported and passed, 1282; enrolled, 1353.
Island, bill (S. No. 985) to authorize the sale
of Middle Ground, in Saginaw river, in
the State of Michigan— [By Mr^ Ferry, of
Michigan.]
jreferred, 2480.
Israelites in Rou mania, resolvtion calling for
information in regard to the persecution
of the— [By Mr. Morton, March 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 2023.

J.

Jackson, Fannie M., bill (S. R. No. 2042) for
the relief of, of Tennessee,
received from .House, 1823 ; referred, 1828 ;
reported, 2249 ; passed with amendment,
2203 ; conference, 3020, 3055 ; conference
report, 3270; concurred in by Senate,
3270 ; by Hou^e, 3288 ; enrolled, 3288.
Jail, bill (S. No. 881) restoring to the mar-
shal of the District of Columbia the ex-
clusive supervision of the, in said Dis-
trict — [By Mr. Patterson.]
referred, 120; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 1883.
bill (H. R. No. 1552) in relation to the con-
struction of a new, for the District of
Columbia,
received from House, 1107; referred,
1112; reported, 2484; passed with
amendment, 2529 ; conference, 3607 ;
conference report, 3816; concurred in
by Senate. 3816 ; by House, 3911 ; en-
rolled, 4010.
Japan, bill (H. R. No. 1186) in relation to the
embassy from,
received from House, 522 ; referred, 544 ;
reported and passed, 695 ; enrolled, 758.
bill (S. No. 1068) to provide for the ap-
pointment of secretary of legation at
the Court of— [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 2985.
bill (H. It. No. 2797) providing for the
payment to the Government of, from
the indemnity fund, the sum due on
account of rents for lands and buildings
occupied by the diplomatic and consu-
lar representatives of the United States
to Japan,
received from House, 8700 ; referred, 8761.
bill (H. R. No. 2799) to provide for the
appointment of a secretary of legation
at the Conrt of.
received from House, 3700; referred,
8761 ; reported, 8890.
bill (H. R. No. 2798) to release the Gov-
ernment of, from the payment of the
balance of the indemnity fund remain-
ing unpaid, amounting to $370,000,
under the convention of October 22,
1864.
received from House, 4009 ; referred, 4010.
Japanese students, bill (^S. No. 454) authoriz-
ing the Secretary ot War to admit six, to
the West Point Military Academy — \^Qj
Mr. Cameron.]
read, 330; discussed, 330, 425, 1209, 1283 ;

passed, 1284.
communication from Commodore Worden
in reference to the, ai the Naval Aeademy
at Annapolis 1109



Jaqnes, Colonel James F., bill fS. No. 59)
authorizing the Secretary of tne Treasury
to settle and pay the accounts of— [By Mr.
Harlan. ]
reported, 1448; passed, 2259.
JarcUne, WiMam 0., bill (H. R. No. 1337) to
authorize, to make application to the Com-
missioner of Patents for the issue of a
patent for his improvement In brake and
rest for carts,
received from House, 817: referred, 817;
reported and passed. 2858.
Jemison, Andrew A., bill (H. R. No. 1773)
for the relief of.
received from House, 1321 ; referred, 1346 ;
reported adversely, 2723; passed, 4302;
enrolled, 4402.
Jennings, Orville J., bill (H. R. No. 2910)
for the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 3888.
Jewess, bill (S. No. 1144) to give the bark, an
American register — [By Mr. Ferry, of
Connecticut.] •
referred, 3763 ; reported, 3769 ; passed, 4183.
Jocelyn, S. P., bill (H. R. No. 2704) for the
relief of.
received from House, 3270; referred, 3272.
Johnson, Andrew W., bill (S. No. 1006) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 2561.
Johnson, Evan, bill (H. R. No. 2464) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Johnson, Lewis, k Co., bill (S. No. 204) for
the relief ot— [By Mr. Pratt!
reported adversely, 1758; passed over, 2259.
Johnson, William, bill (H. R. No. 2887) for
the relief of, of Ripley county, Indiana,
received from the House, 8869 ; referred,
8888
Johnston', James T.,bill(H. R. No. 1867) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1529; referred, 1580;
reported, 1624 ; passed, 1783 ; enrolled,
1853.
bill (U. R. No. 2246} for the relief of, of
Alexandria, Virginia,
received from Houne, 2286 ; passed, 2297.
Johnston, John W., a Senator from Virginia. 1

petitions presented by 378,

481, 545, 663, 816, 889, 906, 951,

1176, 1225, 1316, 1587, 1757, 1819,

2356, 2385, 2428, 2595, 2957, 3599

bills introduced by —

No. 575 — to authorize the purchase of

secured obligations of the Real Estate

Bank of Virginia ..755

No. 590 — to charter the Puget Sound and
Norfolk Oceanic Continental Air-line
Railroad and Telegraph Company, and

grant right of way 839

No. 796 — to provide for an adequate
supply of circulating medium tp the

States needing it .' 1588

No. 797 — to provide for the payment of
claims for rent arising iu States

declared in insurrection 1588

No. 977 — granting a pension to Mrs.

Melinda Brooks ^456

No. 1187 — to remove the disabilities of

Daniel Trigg and others..:. 4188

No. 1190— to reliev<f J. L. M. Curry from
the disabilities imposed by the four-
teenth amendment of the Constitution

of the United States 4254

report made by 3277

incidental remarks by ; 120, 754,

755, 839, 1128. 1281, 1712, 1783. 1884,
2297. 2485, 2833, 3021, 3056, 3351, 3890

remarks in correction of the Jourrial 519

on the bill declaratory of an act to reduce

internal taxes 725

on the legislative appropriation bill, 978
on the bill to repeal the duties on salt|

1856, 1757
(See Appendix,)

* on the order of business .....1940,

8056, 8098, 3894
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Jobnstoo, John W,, a S«qator from Yirfliiilft^
Continued.
remarks on the bill in reference to tax titles

in insurrectionary States ^^}t ^^

on the river and harbor appropriation bill,

2697, 8056, 8277^ fc77, 8647, 4294

on the Post Office appropriatioa bill, 2323,

3024, 8025, 8068

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 671), 3860

on the tariff and tax bill 8962,

8967* 8969, 8970, 8994^ 4014,
4051, 406G, 4078, 4082, 4088
on the civil appropriation bill, 4873, 4888
Joint resolution, resolution (H. R. No. '152)
amending, approved March 2. 1867.
received from House, 8541 : referred, 8572.
Jones, Elisabeth, bill (H. E. No. 2558) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2764 ; referred. 2764.
Jones, George, bill (Q. R. No. 2970) for the
relief of the widow and 'children of,
deceased, of Daviess county, Kentucky,
received from Honse, 4254 ; referred, 4280.
Jones, John \V., resolution to pay the funeral
expenses, ko., of, deceased, late keeper
of the stationery of the Senate-r-[By Mr.
Sherman, December 11, 1871.]
referred, 48; reported and agreed to, 85.
Jones, Justice F., b U (H. R. No. 2492)
granting a pension to.
received trooa House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Jones, Martha A., bill (H. R, No. 1065)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 452 ; referred, 452 ;
reported adversely ai^d indefinitely post-
poned, 1666.
Joy, James F.. bill (S. No. 554) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Trumbull.]
referred, 696 ; reported, 2012 ; passed, 8858 ;
passed House, 3616 ; enrolled, 8648, 8696 ;
approved, 3870.
Judd, Margaret H., bill (S. No. 857) granting
a pension to, of VVilmiogtony Dela-
ware— -[By Mr. Bayard.]
referred, 1938 ; reported and passed, 2797 ;
passed House, 4109 ; enrolled, 4167 ;
approved, 4223.
Judd, William H., bill (S. No. 1109) for the
relief of Edward Berry, John McFall,
and— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 8352.
Judge, biil (S. No. 602) to provide for the
appointment of a district, for the western
circuit of South Carolina — IBj Mr. Saw-
yer,]
referred, 840.

bill (S. No. 717) to establish the western
judicial district of Florida, and to pro-
vide for the appointment of a, to the
same — [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1226 j reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 3767.



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