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bill (S. No. 767) to establish, the western
judicial district of Florida, and to pro-
vide for the appointment of a, to the
same — [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1489; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed^ 3767.
bill (S. No. 913) to provide for tbe appoint-
ment of a disirict, in each of the judi-
cial districts of Mississippi — [By Mr.
Ames ]
referred, 2120; reported, 2456; called

up, 2987 ; discussed, 4186, 4187.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds ....2456, 2987, 4186

Mr. Trumbull 2987, 4186

Mr. Wright ^ 4186

Judges, bill (8. No. 435) to authorize the

President to accept ihe resignation of, of

any court of ibe Uuited States— ^[By Mr.

Carpenter.]

referred, 295; reported, 728; discussed,

979, 2488, 2494 1 rejected, 2501.
remarks by —

Mr. Bajard..979,980, 2494, 2495, 2496

Mr. Cameron 2500, SoOl

Mr. Carpenter 979,

980, 2497, 2499, 2500



Judges, bill (S. No. ^6)^C0nHnu6cL
remarks by«—

Mr. ConkUnic^..... 980, 981, 2488,

2495, 2497, 2498, 2499, 2500, 2501
Mr. Eamunds...2496, 2497, 2500, 2501

Mr. Frelinghuysen « 2495

Mr. Howe ^2497, 2501

Mr. Morrill, of Vefmout 980

Mr. ScoU 2499, 2500, 2501

Mr. Thurman „970, 980,

2494, 2495, 2496, 2497, 2498, 2499

Mr. Trumbull 979,

981, 2488, 2494, 2495, 2500

yeas and nays on the .....2500, 2501

resolution to furnish the Daily and Con-
gressional Globe and Senate docu-
ments to each of the, of the Supreme
Court— [By Mr. Frelinghuysen, Jan-
uary 8, 1872.]
referred, 295.
bill (S. No. 445) to defray the expenses of
district, from other districts while hold-
ing district or circuit courts in the
southern district of New York— [By
Mr. Trumbull.]
referred. 818 ; reported and passed, 1210;
passed House, 1258; enrolled, 1321;
approved, 1416.
bill (S. No. 86) relating to the resigoation
of, of courts of tiie United States — [By
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 728.
Judgments, bill (S. No. 488) to declare the
meaning of the act to provide for the suits
and busmess of the United States provis-
ional court for Louisiana, approved July
28, 1866— [By Mr. KeUogg.]
referred, 405.
Judicial circuit, bill (S. No. 601) to create the
tenth— [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 840.
Judicial district, bill (S. No. 717) to establish
the western, of Florida, and to provide for
tbe appointment of a judge to the same —
[By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1226 } reported adversely ' and

indefinitely postponed, 8767.
bill (S. No. 767) to establish tbe western, of
Florida, and to provide for the appoint-
ment of a judge to the same — [Bj Mr.
Osborn. ]
referred, 1489; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 3767.
bill (H. R. No. 2192) to establish a western,
of North Carolina,
received from House, 2090; referred,
2117; reported, 2988; discussed, 8864,
8865; passed, 8988; enrolled, 4105.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter .• 3867

Mr. Clayton 3866

Mr. Conklii»g 3867, 3988

Mr. Nye 8867

Mr. Pomeroy 2984, 8867, 8988

Mr. Pool 2983,

2984, 8865, 8866, 3867, 3988

Mr. Stockton 3868

Mr. Thurman 8866

Mr. Trumbull 8864,

3865, 8866, 8867, 3868, 8988

Mr. West 2865, 8866

yeas and nays on the 3866

bill (S. No. 124) to establish the eastern,
of Kentucky — [By Mr. Stevenson.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 3471.
biil (S. No. 144) to create the southern, of
California— [By Mr. Cole.]
reported adversely, 3471.
Judicial districts, bill (S. No. 400) for divid-
ing the Slate of Georgia into three, and
organizing and establishing an additional
district court of the United States with
circuit court powers and jurisdiotiott — [By
Mr. Hill.]
referred 159 ; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 8892.



Judicial districts — ConUnued* - ^
bill (S. No. 682) to amend the a^ to divide
the State of Virginia iato lwor*[fiy Mr.
Lewis,
referred, 1129 ; reported %dver8elj, 2485.
bill (S. No. 88) to amend an act to divide
the State of Virginia into two — [By Mr.
Lewis. . .

reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1176.
bill (S. No. 814) to divide the St«to<if Iowa
mlo two— [By Mr. Wright.] .
referred, 1666 ; reported adversely, 8768.
bill (S. No. 908) ta amend an act to divide
the Slate of Virginia into two,*approved
February 8, 1871— [By Mr^ Lewis.]
referred, 2084 ; reported adversely, 2485.
bill (S. No. 1069) establishing ifpo, in the
State of Indiana— [By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 2986 ^ reported adversely, 8768.
bill (H. B. No. 2946) to divide the State of
Illinois into three,
received firom Hoose, 4087; re fe r re d,
4088.
Judicial proceedings, bill (S. No. 1117) re-
lating to the courts and, in the Territo*
ries— [By Mr. Ciagin.]
referred, 8490.
Judicial system, bilUH. R. No. 1664) to extend
the provisions of the act of April Id, 1869,
to amend the, of the United States,
received from House, 1629 ; referred, 1530;
reported adversely, 8767.

Judiciary, the Committee on ^.« 41

reports from...... » 851,

880, 520. 682, 728, 868, 1006, 11^ 1176,
1210, 1281, 1448, 1624, 1768, 1881, 1986,
2010, 2012, 2119, 2320, 2857, 2466, 2722,
2957, 2958, 2983, 8471, 8674, 8697, 3762,
8767, 3768, 8892, 4214, 4884, 4402, 4465

adverse reports from ..830,

460, 728, 1128, 1176. 1207, 1281,
1624, 2118, 2820, 2486, 2968, 8471,
8697, 3762, 8767, 3768, 8892, 4468

discharged from subjects 284,

426, 450. 868, 1176, 1449, 1624, 2485,
2958, 3471, 8697, 3762, 8767, 8892, 4886
Judiciary act, bill (S. No. 462) to amend sec-
tion thirty of the, approved Sebtember
25, 1789— [By Mr. Edmunds.]
referred, 880; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 2488.
Juries, bill (H. R. No. 1017) to. prevent and
punish the obstruction of the administra-
tion of justice in the courts of the United
States,
received from House, 8641; referred; 8572;
reported, 8767, 4280; passed with amend-
ments, 4280 ; concurred in by JHouse with
amendment, 4498; agreed to, 4496; en-
rolled 4600.
Jurisdiction, bill (8. No. 420) to confer, on
tbe Court of Claims to hear and determ-
ine the suit of Carondelet rr. The United
Slates— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 235; reported, 668; discnssed, 2060.
bill (S. No. 427) to further r^ukte the
appellate, of the Supreme Court, and
to prevent delays therein— [By Mr.
Trumbull.]
referred 294
bill (H. R.' No. 891) to further regulate the
appellate, of the Supreme Court, and
io prevent delays therein,
received from House, 768 ; referred, 818.
bill (S. No. 120) to extend tbe, of the Court
ofClaiius — [By Mr. Sawyer.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1176.
bill (S. No. 988) conferring, on the Court
of Claims to hear testimony in inform-
ers' moiety cases— [By Mr. West.]
referred, 2249.
bill (S. No. 979) to define the territorial
limits and, of the United States district
courts for the eastern and western dis-
tricts of Arkansas^ [By Mr. Clayton. 1
referred, 2456 ; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2968.



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Jarisdiofciofi — Continued,
bill (H. B. No. 1492) totalMawAj the ciraiit
eoart, of th« district court of the United
States for the northern district of Geor-
gia, to create a circait ooart in said
district,
received from House, 8288; referred,
8814; reported and passed, 8892;
enrolled, 4010.
bill (S. No. 1189) to amend the act of Feb-
niaif 21, 1867, to declare the sense of
an act to restrict the, of the Gonrt of
Ckims, and to provide for the payment
of certain demands for qaartermaster's
stores and sabsistenoe sapplies fur-
nished to the Army of the United
States— [By Mr. Buckingham.]
referred. 4254.
Jurors, bill (S«- No. 998) to prevent and pun-
ish tampering with, in the courts of the
United States— [By Mr. Stewart.]
referred, 2525; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 8768.
Jussen, Edmund, bill (S. No. 981) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Loffan.]
referred, 2456 ; reported, 2984.
bill (H. R. No. 2291) for the relief of.
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 8647.
Justice, bill (S. No. 478) to further the admin-
istration of— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 405; reported, 1128; discussed,
2488; passed, 2494; passed House with
amendment, 8478; referred, 8584; dis-
agreement reported, 8768; conference,
8768, 8772; conference report, 8912;
eoncurred in by Senate, 8949 ; by House,
8949 ; enrolled, 4009 ; approved, 4145.
bill (S. No. 786) to prevent and punish the
obstruction of tne administration of, in
the couru of the United States— [By
Mr. Edmunds.]
referred, 1817; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 8768. .
bill (S. No. 85) to further the administration
of— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1128.
bill (H. R. No. 1017) to prevent and punish
the obstruction of the administration of,
in the courts of the United States,
received from House, 8541 ; referred,
8572; reported, 8767, 4280; passed
with auieudment, 4280; concurred in
by House with amendment, 4498 ;
agreed to, 4498 ; enrolled, 4500.
Department of, bill (S. No. 570) transfer-
ring certain powers and duties to the,
'and providing a seal therefor — [By Mr.
Trumbull]
referred, 755 ; reported, 868 ; passed,
869; passed House, 1282; enrolled,
1821 ; approved, 1580.
bill (H. R. No. 1891) to amend an act to
establish the.
received from House, 8478; referred,
8490; reported, 8762.
Justice of the Supreme Court, bill (S. No.
281) to provide for the appointment of an
additional associate^fBy Mr. West.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1176.

K.
Kains, G., bill (S. No. 702) for the relief of
Wm. H.Retherford and, of first Michigan
cavalry volunteers— [By Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 1177.
Kansas, bill (S. No. 571) to attach a portion
of the Indian territory to, for judicial
purposes — [Bj Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 755.

bill (H. R. No. 1068)- to reimburse the State
of, for moneys expended for the United
States in enrolling, equipping, and pro-
visioning militia forces to aid in sup-
pressing the rebellion,
received from House, 1704; referred,
1711 ; referred anew, 2884 ; reported,
; 8869 ; passed, 4308 j enrolled, 4402.



Kansas— C9n<intM(2.
resolution to investigate the election of
Senator S. C. Poaeroy by the Legisla-
ture of, in 1867, and the election ofSen-
ator Alexander Caldwell in 1871.— [By
Mr. Morton, May 11, 1872]
reported, 8816: discussed, 8816; agreed
to, 8817 ; report, 4188*
Kansas Senators, resolution to inquire what
action shoula be taken in relation to cer-
tain charges against the— [By Mr. Pome-
roy, March 5, 1872.]
agreed to, 1410; reconsidered^ 1411.
resolution of the Kansas Legislature pre-
sented and referred.... .2246

resolution for the employment of a stenog-
rapher and for paying the expenses of
the investigation in relation to. — [By Mr.
Morton, May 18, 1872.}
agreed to. 8858
report of tne committee in the case of-^ee
Appendix.
remarks on the case by —

Mr. Caldwell 1410, 1411,2246

Mr. Carpenter 1411, 8816, 8817

Mr. Edmunds 1411

Mr. Hamlin 1411, 8816, 3317

Mr. Howe 3317

Mr. Logan 4188

Mr. Morton. 8816, 8817, 3358

Mr. Pomeroy 1410, 1411,2246, 4188

Mr. Scott 3316

'Mr. Sherman 8816

Mr. Thurman 1410, 8816, 8817

Kearsarge, till (S. No. 579J for the relief of
the officers and crew ot the United States
steau>er — [By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
referred, 755 ; reported, 1112 ; passed, 1784;

motion to reconsider, 1785.
bill (H. R. No. 2205) for the relief of the
officers ai\d crew of the United States
steamer,
received from House, 2253 ; discussed,

2297; passed, 2298.
remarks by —

Mr. Casserly 2298

. Mr. Cragin 2297, 2298

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2297, 2298

Mr. Scott 2298

Mr. Thurman 2297, 2298

Keeler, Captain J. M., bill (S. No. 350) for
the relief of, late provost marshal for the
State of Oregon— [By Mr. Corbett.]
referred, 47. ^
Keenan, James, joint resolution (H. R. No.
141 Ho amend the resolution for the relief
of, late consul at Hong Kong, China, ap-
proved February 18. 1867.
received from the House, 2843 ; referred,
2843 ; reported and passed, 2958 ; enrolled,
2998.
Kellogg, William P., a Senator from Louis-
iana 1

petitions presented by, 13, 68, 120, 202, 259,
811, 519, 580, 754, 816, 888, 950, 1061,
1108, 1206, 1225, 1389, 1664. 1767, 1880,
1937, 2152, 2247, 2318, 2356, 8986, 4105
bills introduced by —
No. 824 — to extend the provisions of an
act fot the final adjustment of private
land claims iu the Stated of Florida,

Louisiana, and Missouri 3

No. 832 — authorizing mail steamship ser-
vice in the Quif of Mexico between the
port of New Orleans, Louisiana, and
certain ports of the republic of Mex-
ico 13

No. 333 — for the better organization of
the district courts of the United States

within the State of Louisiana.... 13

No. 337— for the relief of Fanny A.

Thompson 24

No. 388 — in relatiou to the office of
attorney of the United States for the

district of Louisiana 24

No. 888— imposing tonnage duties 120

No. 425 — relating to proposals and con-
tracts for the transportation of the
mails 260



Kellogg, William P., a Senator from Louis-
iana — Continued.
bills introduced by —

No. 488 — to declare the true intent, mean-
ing, and effect of the act to provide for
the suits, judgments, and business of
the United States provisional court for
the State of Louisiana, approved July
28, 1866 406

No. 484 — to amend an act entitled ^* An
act to amend^ the naturalization laws
and punish crimes- against the same,*'
approved July 14, 1870 ;..405

No. 485— for the relief of Harlow J.
Phelps & Co 406

No. 550 — to constitute Shreveport, in
the State of Louisiana, a' port of
delivery « 696

No. 551— for the relief of Charles Clin-
ton........ 696

No. 576 - -increasing the compensation of
letter-carriers under the free-delivery
system to $1,200 per annum 756

No. 677 — to rei^stablish the branch mint
at New Orleans, and to restore the
same to the city of New Orleans.... 756

No. 578 — to relieve American- built steam-
ers and vessels from import duties laid
upon materials and articles entering
into their construction, repair, and
use 756

No. 612 — to facilitate the execution of
and to protect certain public works of
improvement 889

No. 640 — to aid in the removal of the
raft from Red- river 1006

No. 641 — to extend the provisions of an
act for the final adjustment of private
land claims in the States of Florida,
Louisiana, and Missouri 1006

No. 642— to relinquish the title of the
United States to certain lands in the
State of Louisiana 1006

No. 709 — making an appropriation for the
erection of a custom-house and post
office at Shreveport, Louisiana 1207

No. 728 — for the encouragement of the
foreign commerceof the United States,

1256

No. 791 — to amend an act entitled '* An

' act to amend an act approved Ma^ 81,

1870, to enforce the right of citizens

of the United States to vote in the

several States of the Union" 1558

No. 826 — to aid in rebuilding the levees
on the Mississippi 1758

No. 870— for the relief of Henry

Ware 1964

. No. 888 — for the publication of certain
maps of survey of the upper Mississippi
and Minnesota rivers 2058

No. 919 — to donate certain property of
the United States to the city of Shreve-
port, Louisiana, for educational pur-
poses 2154

No. 920 — for the disposal of the public
lands in the States of Mississippi,
Arkansas, and Louisiana..: 2154

No. 948 — providing for the transit. of
merchant vessels of heavy draught
across th« bar at the mouth of the
Mississippi river 2249

No. 948 — providing for compensation to
the city of New Orleans for loss sus-
tained by the destruction of tlie Touro
almshouse 2322

No. 1005 — authorizing the President of
the United States to re&siublish the
Greensburg land district, in the State
of Louisiana 2661

No. 1104 — 10 extend the provisions of a
joint resolution of December 23, 1809,
relating to steamboats and other vessels
owned in the loyal States 3276

No. 1137 — to define the limits of the col-

. lection district of the Teche, in the
State of Louisiana. 8637

No. 1145— for the relief of Christian W.
Momhinoeg 8768



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Kellogg, William P., a Senator from Looit-

iaiia — Continued,
bills introduced by —

No. 1156 — to define the limits of the col-
lection district of the Teche, in the
State of Louisiana 8770

No. 1169 — to amend an act to enforce the
right of the citizens of the United
Sutes, &o.y approved February 28,

1871 8949

reaoloiions submitted by —

calling for information in reference to the
branch mint at New Orleans — [Decem-
ber 6, 1871] 18

to inquire into the expediency of paying
a premium per ton upon American-
built iron steamers — [December 14,
1871] 121

to inquire into the expediency of estab-
lishing an iron ship-building yard in
the Mississippi valley — [December 14,
1871] 121

inquiring whether the building known as
the Touro hospital in New Orleans was
under the control of the Government at
the time of its. destruction — [December
19, I871J 206

inquiring what portion of the river front-
age at New Orleans is now claimed
by the Government — [December 19,
1871] 206

calling for the names of persons claim-
ing compensation for mail service in
Louisiana prior to 1861 — [January 80,
1872] .696

inquiring the probable cost of removing
the raft in Red river above Shpeveport,
Louisiana— [January 80, 1872].... ..696

calling for information in reference to the
improvement of Red river — [February
9, 1872]. ..'. 907

inquiring' what portion of the wharf at
New Orleans is claimed by the Govern-
ment— [March 2, 1872] 1848, 1625

calling for information in regard to cer-
tain land grants to Louisiana — [March

26. 1872 1964

reports made by 484, 681, 889,

907, 1086, 1177, 1960, 1986, 2068, 2385

incidental remarks by .....234,

• 620, 765, 867, 1160, 1177, 1210, 1264,
1846, 1688, 19B8, 1944. 1945, 1950,
1986, 2011, 2069, 2063, 2084. 2822, 2471,
2525, 2561, 2595, 2955, 2986, 80-55, 8100,
3122, 8174, 8246, 3278, 8275, 8471, 8489,
8575, 8576, 8987, 4104, 4129, 4184, 4185
remarks on the bill relating to mail con-
tracts 260

on the (imnesty and civil rights bill (H.
R. No. 880) 278,279

on the bill to admit certain machinery free
of duty 521

on the bill to reestablish the branch mint
at New Orleans 1316, 1817, 1828

on the Texas Pacific Railroad Company

bill 1317,

2059, 2187,2579, 2601, 2616, 2617, 2628

on the leKii*lative appropriation bill,
1858, 1423, 1460. 1461, 1462, 1468, 1464,
1577, 1596, 1635, 1638, 1689, 1640, 1675

on the bill concerning private land claims
in Florida 1881, 1882, 2070

on the order of business 1940, 2264,

2522, 2762, 298ft, 8066, 8096, 8122, 8128,
8178, 3174, 8245, 3271, 3490, 8986, 4185

on the bill to repeal the dnties on tea and
coffee 1992,2002,2015

on the deficiency appropriation bill.. ..2806

on the bill (3. No. 58) in reference to
the election for presidential electors in

Louisiana 2993; 3100,

8101, 8102, 8174, 8177, 8270,
3276, 8277, 8279, 8282, 3284

on the Post Office appropriation hill,

8028, 8143

on the river and harbor appropriation
bill.... ...8056, 4287, 4288

on the bill for the removal of disabilities
(H. R. No. 1050) 8266,8265



Kellogg, William P.. a Senator from Louis-
' ' iAna — Continue,

remarks on enforcement bill (S. No. 791),

8291, 8292, 8298, 8820, 8822, 8324,

3828, 8880, 8861, 8420, 8430, 8431

on the bill (11. R. No. 851) relating to

elections in Loai8iana...8470. 8989, 8990

on the tariff and tax bill 8021, 8922,

8952, 4021, 4074, 4076, 4080,

4081, 4084, 4085, 4086, 4087

on the question of final adjournment, 3603,

4148, 4169

on civil appropriation bill, 4274,4858,4361,

4862, 4868, 4865, 4366, 4868, 4387, 4496

Kelly, James K., a Senator from Oregon 1

peutions presented by .424, 2630, 2957

bills introduced by —
No. 883 — extending the time for the se-
lection of swamp and overflowed lands
in Oregon, under an act of Congress

approved March 12, 1860 120

No. 685 — amendatory of an act donating
public lands to the several States and
Territories which may provide colleges
for the benefit of agriculture and the
mechanic arts, approved July 2, 1862,

and acts amendatory thereto 818

No. 679 — to provide for the irrigation of
the lands lying between Boise and
Snake rivers, in Idaho Territory ...1129
No. 734 — granting to the Utah Southern
Railroad Company a right of way through
the public lands for the construction of

a railroad and telegraph line... 1288

No. 744— for the relief of William G.

Langford 1848

No. 806— for the relief of John A. Thomp-
son 1665

No% 911 — for the relief of Benjamin

Oooley and James W. Boswell 2119

reports made by.. 006, 1176, 1665, 2119

remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill

(H. R. No. 880) 894

on the bill extending the right of citizen-
ship in Oregon 2640, 2796

on the bill repealing the duty upon tea

and coffee (H. R. No. 174) 2924

on the bill to regulate elections in Wash-
ington and Idaho '....2960, 8020

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

2988, 8027, 8119, 8181

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 8588

on the bill amendatory of the agricultural

act. .^ «...8549

on the civil appropriation bill 4278,

4876, 4879, 4886, 4887, 4888, 4891, 4892
on the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill 4412, 4418, 4415

Kelly, Mrs. Fanny, bill (S.Jfo, 18) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Buckingham.]
Teported, 1881 ; passed, 8545 ; passed House
with amendment, 4125; concurred in,
4141 J enrolled, 4167 ; approved, 4254.
Kennedy. Mrs. R. A., bill (U. R. No. 2326)
for the relief of.
received from House, 8808; referred, 8816 j
reported and passei), 4188; enrolled, 4226.
Kentucky, bill (B. No. 410) appropriating
money to pay the unsatisfied claims of the
State of, growing out of the late civil
war — [By Mr. Davis, of Kentucky.]
referred. 206.

bill (S. No. 498^ to indemnify the State of,
and other States for expenses incurred
by them in defense of the United
States — [By Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 425; reported, 8890.
bill (S. No. 1054) to reimburse the State
of, for moneys expended for the United
States in enrolling, subsisting, clothing,
supplying, arming, equipping, paying,
and transporting militia forces, to
aid in suppressing the rebellion — [By
Mr. Stevenson.]
read, 2909; referred, 8056; amendment,
8763; reported and passed, 3890;
passed House, 4866; enrolled, 4417;
approved, 4504.



Kenyon, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 608)
granting a peniibte to'. '
received from House, 877; referred, 879;
reported and passed with amendment,
1281 ; concurred in, 1858; enrolled, 1417.
Kepner, Hetty M., bill (H. R. No. 2464)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725; reforr0d, 2725.
Kinkead, Isaac B., bill (H. R. No. 1670) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1210 ; refett^^i 1224 ;
reported, 2011 ; passed, 2286.
Kirby, Absalom, bill (H. R. No. 2874)'to re-
store, as second assistant engineer in the
Navy..
received from House, 8818 ; referred, 8815.
Kirk, W. H., bill (H. R. No. 226») for the
relief of.
received from House, 2286 ; referred, 2297 ;
reported, 8583.
Kise, Colonel William C, brtl (H. R. No.
2488) granting a pension to.
received from tne -House, 2768: referred,
2764.
Kleiss, Agnes Ellen, bill (S. No. 1092) ftfr the
relief of— [By Mr. Hamlin.]
referred, 8247.
Ku Klux — see Unforoemeni ; Outrages.

Labor, bill (H. R. No. 874) to*pfovide for the
appointment of a commission on the sub-
ject of, and the division of profits between,
and capital in the United States,
received from Ho.use, 262 ; referred, 298 :
reported, 425 ; amendment, ^5 ) called
up, 8766, 8772, 8818, 8868.
remarks by —

Mr. Sawyer 8766, 8772, 8818, 8868

bill (S. No. 1058) to prohibit contracts for
servile, and to amend and enforce exist-
ing laws against the cooly trade — [By
Mr, Caaserly.]
refferred, 2909.
Laborers, joint resolution (H. R. No. 47) in
relation to pay. of, workmen, and mechan-
ics employed by or on behalf of the Gov-
ernment of the United States,
received from House, 18 ; discussed, 14,

121 ; referred, 124; reported, 460.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 128, 124

Mr. Casserly 128

Mr. Conklin^ 124

Mr. Corbett 122

Mr. Edmunds 14, 15, 122, 124

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 122, 128

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. .'...122,

128, 450, 451

Mr. Morton .'...;„124, 451



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