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received from House, 2697 ; referred, 2629 ;
reported, 3122.
Mason, Nancy; bill (H« R. No. 2547) grant-
iD|^ a pension to.
received from the House, 2763 ; referred,
2764.
Masons, bill (S. No. 794) for the relief of the
trustees of Charity Lodge, No. Ill, Free
and Accepted, of Harper's Ferry, West
Vir^nia— [By Mr. Davis, of West Vir-
ginia.]
referred, 1588.

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Masons — Continued,
bill (S. No. 1192) for the relief of Charity
Lodge, No. Ill, Free and Accepted,
of Harper's Ferry, West Virginia — [By
Mr. Windom.]
reported, 4401.
Masten, Dr. Claude H., bill (S. No. 1048)
for the relief of— [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 2869.
Maxey, Lavira A., bill (S. No. 1173^ granting
a pension to, and in respect to ner minor
children under sixteen years of age — [By
Mr. Tipton.]
reported, 3987.
Maxmer, Ruth A., bill (H. R. No. 2026) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1788 ; referred, 1818 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8246.
Maynard, Sarah, bill (H. R. No. 2660) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from the House, 2763; referred,
2764.
Mayo, Robert A., bill (H. R. No. 2048) for
the relief of, of Richmond, Virginia,
received from House, 1888 ; referred, 1936 ;
reported, 2722; passed, 8351; enrolled,
8435, 3469.
McAlfee, James, bill (H. R. No. 2562) grant-
inj^ a pension to.
received from the House, 2763; referred,
2764.
McAlmont, John J., bill (S. No. 923) for the
relief of, and Silas F. Fields as securities
on the bond of John G. Halliburton,
deceased, late marshal for the eastern
district of Arkansas — [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 2154.
McArthur, Alexander, bill (H. R. No. 1382)
for the relief of, of Corunna, Michigan,
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 3888;
reported, 4106 ; passed, 4191 ; enrolled,
4345. ^

McCann, Dwigbt J., bUr (H. R. No. 2890)
for the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 3888 ;
reported, 4106; passed, 4191; enrolled,
4346.
McCarthy, Ann, bill (S. No. 266) to authorize
the payment of bounty to — [By Mr. iiTil-
son.J
reported and passed, 645; passed House,
4494 ; enrolled, 4500; approved, 4604.
McConn, Alexander, bill (S. No. 646) for the
relief of Thomas B. Stewart and, of West
Virginia — [By Mr. Boreman.]
referred, 668 ; reported, 2153 ; passed,
3602; passed House, 4356; enrolled,
4417 ; approved, 4475.
MoCook, Edward M., resolution in refei^ence
to. Governor of Colorado Territory — [By
Mr. Saulsbury, January 16, 1872.]
laid over, 406.
McCormick, Hugh C, bill (S. No. 1191) for
the relief of— [By Mr, Windom.]
referred, 4346.
McCoy, Jesse, bill (H. R. No. 2712) for the
relief of.
received from the House, 3288 ; referred,
8314.
McCuUoch, Martha M. B., bill (H. R. No.
2427) granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
McCuUoh, James A., biU (H. R. No. 2862) for
the relief of, late collector of the fifth
district of Missouri,
received from House, 8648 ; referred, 3696.
McDonald, Ada H., bill (H. R. No. 2399)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2724 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8247.
McDougall, George, bill (S. No. 658) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 1112.
McDowell, J. Frank, bill (S. No. 1126) for the
relief of, formerly postmaster at Colum-
bus, Kansas — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 8699.



McFall, John, bill (S. No. 1109) fbr the relirf
of Edward Berry, and William H.
Judd— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 8552.
McFarland, Mrs. Mary A., bill (S. No. 865)
for the relief of, widow of Peter Mc-
Fariand, and the minor children of the
same — [By Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 1939; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 2539.
McGinnis, James, bill (H. R. No. 1888) for
the relief of.
received from Hotise, 8869 ; referred, 3888.
McGuire, Edwin, bill (S. No. 922) for the
re^ef of William A. Bevins, late re-
ceiver of the public moneys at the Bates-
ville district ot Arkansas, and of David S.
Fraly and, his sureties — [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 2164.
McKay, Flora D.,bill (H. R. No. 2524) grant-
ia^ a pension to.
received from House, 2763 ; referred, 2764.
McKee, Mrs. Jane W., bill (H. R. No. 2396)
increasing the pension of.
received from House, 2724 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
Doned; 2984.
McKee, Redick, bill (H. R. No. 2040) for the
relief of.
received from House, 1823 ; referred, 1828 ;
reported adversely, 3470.
McEee, Robert, bill (H. R. No. 861) direct-
ing the payment to, of pay, allowances,
and bounty now withheld from him.
received from House, 1358 ; referred, 1388.
McEinney, Mrs. Frtinoes A., bill (H. R. No.
1866) for the relief of.
received from House, 1629 ; referred, 1580 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
1881 ; conference, 2187, 2246, 2318, 2360 ;
conference report, 2728; agreed to by
Senate, 2723; by House, 2676 ; enrolled,
2796.
McLaws, Lafayette, bill (S. No. 694) to re-
move the disabilities of, of Geoigia — [By
Mr. Logan.]
referred, 839. •

MoLeod, Alexander, bill (S. No. 1017) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 2631 ; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 3987.
McMath, John, bill (H. R. No. 2905) for the
relief of.
received £rom House, 3869 ; referred, 8888.
McNana, Sarah, bill (S. No. 347) granting a
pension to — [By Mr. Pomeroy. J
referred, 47 ; reported, 1849 ; passed, 2010 ;
read, 2154; passed House wii^ amend-
ment, 2725; referred, 2757 ; reported and
concurred in, 8247 ; enrolled, 8275 ;
approved, 3579.
McQuown, John H., bill (H. R. No. 2032)
for the relief of, of Illinois,
received from House, 1823 ; .referred, 1828 ;
reported, 2320 ; passed, 4191 ; enrolled,
4346.
Mears, John W., bill (H. R. No. 2864) for the
relief of, administrator of the estate of
Henry D. Mears, deceased^ and of Wil-
liam Mottlton, jr.
received from House, 3772; referred, 8807.
Meats, canned, bill (H. R. No. 1760) to repeal
the paragraphs of schedule C of the in-
ternal revenue acts imposing taxes on,
fish, and certain other articles,
received from House, 1228 : referred, 1264 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
1281 ; concurred in by House, 1321 ; en-
rolled, 1363.
Mechanics— see Laborers,
joint resolution (H. R. No. 47) in relation to
pay of laborers, workmen, andf em-
ployed by or on behalf of the Govern-
ment of the United States,
received from House, 13 ; discussed, 14,
121 ; referred, 124 ; reported, 460.
Mechem, Susan W., biU (H. R. No. 2612)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Medical andSargical History of the Rebellion,
bill (S. No. 1182) for the completion of
the — [By Mr. Anthony.]
referred, 8G37.

Hoase concorrent resolution relating to the
distribution of the.
received from House, 8896; referred,
8896.
bill (S. No. 1182) for the completion and
publication of the — [By Mr. Anthony.]
reported and passed^ 4105 ; passed House,
4856; enrolled, 4417; approved, 4475.
Medical purveyor, bill (H. R. No. 1745) to
provide for the designation of a chief,
received from House, 1858; passed, 1888;
enrolled, 1417.
Members of Congress, bill (H. R. No. 1028)
to amend an act relating to, heads of
Depariments, and other officers of the
Oovernment, approved June 11, 1864.
received from House, 8478 ; referred, 8490 ;
reported, 8767.
Merchandise, imported, bill (S. No. 707) to
regulate the weighing of, for the ascer-
tainment of duty — [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 1207.
Merchant, L., k Co., bill (S. No. 199) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Pratt]
reported, 2059 ; passed, 2260; passed House,
8641; enrolled, 8648, 8696; approved,
8d97»
Meriditb,' H. H., bill (H. R. No. 1808) for the
relief of, late postmaster at Wade, Bed-
ford county, Virginia,
received from House, 4401 ; referred, 4404.
Merrimet, Nicholas Josd, bill (H. R. No.
2894) for the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888.
Merriit, John G., resolution continuing, as
messenger and doorkeeper — [By Mr.
Ramsey, June 10, 1872.]
agreed to, 4465.
Me-shin-eo-me-sia, bill (S. No. 961) to author-
ize the Secretary of the Interior to make
partition of the reservation of, a Miami
Indian chief— [By Mr. Pratt.]
referred, 2858.

bill (H. R. No. 188) to authorize the Sec-
retary of ihe Interior to make partition
of a reservation to, a Miami Indian,
received from House, 2961 ; referred,
2988 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 8275; conference, 8594, 8595,
8602 ; conference report, 8912 ; agreed
to by Senate, 8918; by House, 8911;
enrolled, 4009.
Meaaenger, Henry A., bill (H. R. No. 1547)
for the relief of.
received from House, 1107 ; referred, 1112 ;
reported and indefinitelv postponed, 8870.
Metallurgical Company, United States, bill
(S. No. 771) for incorporating the — [By
Mr. Nye.]
referred, 1525 ; reported, 8815.
Michael and Anna, bill (H. R. No. 218) to
authorize the issuing of a certificate of
registry to the brig,
reported, 880 ; passed, 1210; enrolled, 1282.
Michell, Lizzie M., bill (S. No. 1098) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Hamlin.]
referred. 8247.
Middle Ground Island, bill (S. No. 985) to
authorize the sale of, in Saginaw river,
in the State of Michigan — [By Mr. Ferry,
of Michigan.]
referred, 2486.
Miles, W. R., bill (S. No. 982) to remove the

Solitical disabilities of, of Yazoo county,
I ississippi— [By Mr. Ames.]
referred, 2186.
Military Academy at West Point, biH'CS. No.
464) authorizing the Secretary of War to
appoint six Japanese youths to the — [By
Mr. Cameron.]
read, 880; discussed, 880, 425, 1209, 1288 ;

passed, 1284.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 882

Mr. Cameron^ 880, 882, 425, 1209, 1288



Military Academy at West Point, bill (S. No.
454)— Continued,
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter 881, 882

Mr. Casserly 1209, 1288

Mr. Cole 881

Mr. Frelinghuysen 881, 882

Mr. Morton ..880,832

Mr. Nye 881,832

Mr. Sawyer 882

Mr. Sumner 831

Mr. Thurman 880, 831, 832, 1209

Mr. Wilson 882

^easand nays on the 832

joint resolution (H. R. No. 104) directing
the Secretary of War to add the Ger-
man language in the.
received from House, 1228; referred,
1254 ; motion to discharge committee,
4504.
bill (H. R. No. 1661) makitij^ appropriations
for the support of the, ror the fiscal year
ending June 80, 1873.
received from House, 2538 ; referred,
2539; reported, 2909; passed with
amendment, 8249; conference, 3478.
8534 ; conference report, 8577 ; agreed
to by Senate, 3577; by House, 8607;
enrolled, 8646.

senatorial visitors to, appointed 4010,

4333, 4346, 4499

Military Affairs, the Committee on 41

instructions to 235

reports from 234,

380, 405, 425, 451, 545, 581, 663, 723,
888, 889, 891, 907, 982, 1005, 1006, 1449,
1487, 1489, 1525, 1624, 1665, 1820, 1849,
1986, 2010, 2011, 2119, 2153, 2248, 2285,
2287,2320, 2321, 2429, 2456, 2485, 2560,
2723,2724, 2834, 2959, 8173, 8315, 3351,
3415, 3470, 3471, 8573, 3763, 8811, 8869,
8892, 8986, 4086, 4126, 4251, 4355, 4462

adverse reports ^om 329,

545, 867, 1006, 2248, 2723

discharged from subjects 581, 978, 1151,

1986, 2185, 2248, 2249, 2723, 8470, 8636
Militarv prison, bill (U. R. No. 2692) to pro-
vide for the establishment of a, ana for
its government.
Aceived from the House, 8177; referred,
3245.
Military prisons, bill (S. No. 506) to estab-
lish- [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 484.
Military reservation — see Eeservation.
Military service, bill (S. No. 893) to author-
ize the discontinuance of certain -grades
in the— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 159 ; reported, 234 ; passed, 334.
bill (H. R. No. 888) to provide that minors
shall not be enlisted in the, of the United
States without the consent of parents or
guardians,
received from House, 1629; referred,
1664; reported, 1986; passed with
amendment, 2235; agreed to, 8248;
enrolled, 8276.
Militia^ bill (H. R. No. 1467) to amend the
thirty first section of an act for enrolling
and calling out the national, approved
March 8, 1868.
received from the House, 8177; referred,
8245.
MUIer, Caroline H., bill (H. R. No. 2440)
increasing the pension of
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Miller, James T., bill (H. R. No. 1865) for
the relief of the sureties of^ late collector
and depositary at Wilmington, North
Carolina,
received from House, 1529 ; referred, 1530 ;
reported, 4214, 4384; passed, 4334;
enrolled, 4402.
Miller, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 2490)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
MUler, Mary A., bill (H. R. No. 2499)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.



Milone, John, bill (S. No. 720) for the relief
of, postmaster at UhricksvUle, Ohio— [By
Mr. Sherman.]
referred, 1226 ; reported, 2528.
bill (H. R. No. 2885) for the relief of, post*
master at Uhricksville, Ohio,
received from House, 8869; referred,
8888; reported and passed, 4194;
enrolled, 4346.
Miltimore, Alonzo E., bill (S. No. 568) to
authorize the transfer of— fBy Mr. Car-
penter.]
referred, 755; reported adversely and

indefinitely postponed, 868.
bill (S. No. 623) to authorize the transfer
of— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 953.
Mines, iron, bill (S. No. 904) to authorize the
opening and working of the, located on
the Government land at West Point— [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 2084. "^

bill (S. No. 1111) to authorize the opening
and working of the, located on the
Government land at West Point — [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 8352.

Mines and Mining, the Committ^on 42

reports from 2058, 2454, 8278, 8815

discharged from subjects 2958

House concurrent resolution for printing H.
W. Raymond's report on statistics of.
received from House, 585 ; referred, 585 ;
reported and concurred in, 724.
Mining resources, bill (H. R. No. 1016) to
promote the development of the, of the
United States,
received from House, 548 ; referred, 579 ;
> amendment, 1789 ; reported and recom-
mitted, 2058 ; substitute reported, 2454 ;
discussed, 2456, 2459.; passed with amend-
ment, 2462; concurred in, 2909; enrolled,
2992.
remarks by — ^

Mr. Alcorn 2454, 2457, 2459

Mr. Casserly 2458, 2460, 2461, 2462

Mr. Cole 2454,

2457, 2458, 2459, 2460

Mr. Pomeroy 2459, 2461, 2462

Mr. Ramsey 2460

Mr. Sherman 246^

Mr. Stewart 2464,

2457, 2458, 2459, 2460, 2461, 24ti2

Mr. Trumbull 2460

Ministers, American, resolution in regard to
the action of, abroad — [By Mr. Blair,
December 19, 1871.]
agreed to. 211.
Minnesota, bill (S. No. 546) relative to home-
stead settlers burned out in thf) Stages
of, Wisconsin, and Michigan — [By Mr.
Howe.]
referred, 668 ; reported, 817 : passed, 2321 ;
passed House, 4109; enrolled, 4167 ; en-
rollment corrected, 4270, 4845; approved,
1475.
bill (H. R. No. 2702) to authorize the Sec-
retary of War to furnish the Slate of,
with five hundred stand of arms,
received from House, 8270; referred,
8272.
Minors, bill (H. R. No. 888) to provide that,
shall not be enlisted in the military ser-
vice of the United States without the
consent of parents and guardians,
received from House, 1629 ; referred, 1664 ;
reported, 1986; passed with amendment,
2235; agreed to, 3248; enrolled, 8276.
Mint, branch, at New Orleans, resolution
calling for information in reference to
the— [By Mr. Kellogg, December 5, 1871. ]
affreed to, 18.

bUl (S. No. 577) to re'^tablish the, and to
restore the same to the city of New
Orieans— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 755; reported, 907: recom id it-
ted, 1160; reported, 1177; referred
anew, 1210; reported, 1816; amend*
ment, 1828.



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UintB, bill (8. No. 400) to abolish tbe
coinage charge in the, of the United
States— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 864.

bill (H. 11. No. 2984) reyising and amend-
ing the lavs relative to the, assay offices,
and coinage of the United States,
received from Hoase^ 8901; referred,



Kiltissippi two per cent, fand, bill (3. No.
886) declaring the true constrnction of a
statute— [By Mr. Pratt.]
read, 1759; notice. 2059, 2082; discussed,
2085; referred, 2090.

Missouri, bill (S. No. 421) to grant to the
State of, all the public lands within the
State remaining undisposed of, for tha
benefit of the common-school fund of
said State— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 285.

Mitchell, Harriet De Witt, bill (S. No. 228)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Fenton.J
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 581.

Mitchell, S. B., George W., and John W.,
bill (H. R. No. 1561) for the relief of.
received from the House, 1107; referred,
1112; reported, 2984; passed with amend-
ment, 8558; aigreed to, 8607; enrolled,
8646.

Mitchell, Thomas, bill (S. No. 779) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 1557 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 8890.

Mitchell, William S., bill (3. No. 414) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Vickers.]
referred, 205; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 8987.

Moiety cases, bill (3. No. 988) conferring

I'urisdiction on the Court of Claims to
lear testimoay in informers' — [By Mr.
West]
referred, 2249.
Moneys, resolution calling for information in
regard to, due to the States under the act
of June 7, 1862— [By Mr. Sawyer, Feb-
ruary 19, 1872.]
agreed to, 1118.

bm(H. U. No. 1068) to reimburse the State
of Kansas for, expended for the United
States in enrolling, equipping, and pro-
visioning militia Ibrces to aid in sup-
pressing the rebellion,
received from House, 1704 ; referred,
1711; referred anew, 2884; reported,
8869 ; passed, 4808 ; enrolled, 4402.
bill (S. No. 162) to refund certain, now
standing to the credit of the Navy pen-
sion fund— [By Mr. Pratt]
reported, 2285.
bill (S. No. 1054) to reimbursethe State of
Kentucky for, 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,
8768 ; reported and passed, 8890 ;
passed House, 4856; enrolled, 4417;
approved, 4504.
Montana, the Territory of, bill (S. No. 46) to
enable the Secretary of War to pay the
expenses incurred in suppressing Indian
hostilities in— [By Mr. Pomeroy. J
reported, 817 ; read, 8546.
tdii (S. No. 704) to provide for the removal
of the Flathead and other Indians from
the Bitter Root valley in the— [By Mr.
Morton.]
referred, 1207.
bill (S. No. 809) to establish an assay office
at Helena, in— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 1666 ; reported, 2455.
bili (H. R, No. 2567) to authorize the issue
of a supply of arms to the authorities of
^received from House, 2992; referred,
8018; reported, 8178; passed, 8277;
earoUed, 8818.



Montana^ the Territory of-^ConHnued.
bill (H. R. No. 2688) amendatory of an act
approved March 2, 1869, to provide a
temporary government for, approved
May 2, 1864.
received from House, 2992; referred,
8017; reported and passed, 4184;
motion to reconsider, 4187 ; returned,
4219 ; called, up, 4250 ; motion with-
drawn, 4885; enrolled, 4846.
bill (H. R. No. 2628) to provide for the
removal of the Flathead and other
Indians from the Bitter Root valley, in.
received from House, 2993; referred,
8017 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 8543; agreed to, 4109; enrolled,
4167.
bill (3. No. 1148) to amend the organic
act of— [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 8768; reported, 8768; read,
4494.
Montgomery, Jo8ei>h, bill (H. R. No. 894)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 877 ; referred, 879 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
1281 ; concurred in, 1853 ; enrolled, 1417.
Mootgomery, . Mary Ann, bill (3. No. 955)
granting a pension to, widow of William
W. Montgomery, late private in Texas
volunteers — [By Mr. Hamilton,of Texas.]
reported and passed, 2358; passed House
with amendment, 2764; referred, 2764;
reported and concurred in, 8247; en-
roiled, 8276; vetoed, 8481; veto dis-
cussed, 8578; bill again passed, 8574,
4846.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds., 8573

Mr. Flanagan 3574

Mr. Pratt 8247

yeas and nays on the « 8574

Monument Society, Washington, bill (H. R.
No. 1600) to amend an act to incorporate
the.
received from House, 8478 ; referred, 3490.
Moody, Gabriella P., bill (3. No. 864) grant-
ing a pension to — [Bj Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 1989.
Moore, Ely, bill (H. R. No. 1298) for the
relief of the estate of.
received from House, 8961 ; referred, 3986 ;
reported and passed, 4884; enrolled,
4402.
Moore, John W., bill (H. R. No. 2052) to
authorize the advancement of Chief
Engineer, on the list of chief engineers
in' the Navy.
received from Honse, 1894 ; referred, 1986.
Morey, Albert A., bill (S. No. 761) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Clayton]
referred, 14»9; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 2758.
bill (3. No. 921) granting a pension to — [By
Mr. Clavron.J
referred, 2154.
Morgan, Elizabeth H., bill (H. R. No. 624)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 157; referred, 158;
reported, 1489; passed, 1712; enrolled,
1789.
Morgan, Nathan, bill (H. R. No. 1210) grant-
ing a pension to.
. received from House, 620; referred, 662;
reported and passed, 8687 ; enrolled, 8704.
Mornhinoeg, Christian W.,bill (3. No. 1145)
for the relief of— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 3763.
Morning business, resolution postponing the
consideration of bills until after the — ^By
Mr. Vickers, May 8, 1872.]
read, 8174.
Morrill, Justin S., a Senator from Vermont, 1

petitions presented by 284, 829,

815, 1206, 2680, 2983, 8315, 8889, 8986
bills introduced by —
No. 588 — to amend an act to revise, con-
solidate, and amend ihe statutes relating
to patents and copyrights, approved
July 8, 1870 ^ 817



Morrill, Justin S., a Senator from Vermont-^

Continued.
bills introduced by —

No. 698— to provide for the further en-
dowment and support of colleges for
the benefit of agriculture and the
mechanic arts, and the liberal and
practical education of the industrial
classes in the several pursuits and pro-
fessions in life, as established under
an act of Congress approved July 2^
1862 il77

No. 745 — relating to »a site for public
buildings in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
and Sacramento, California ^1390

No. 855->to provide for the sale of the
marine hospital and grounds at Sau
Francisco ,, 1938

No. 910-^relating to inventories and
accounts of the property of the Uni-
ted States in public buildings and
grounds 2122

No. 970 — relating to the proceeds of cap-
tured and abandoned property 2429

No. 1120 — to authorize special sessions
of the circuit court 8595

No. 1121— for the relief of Cornelius H.

Forbes 3595

resolutions submitted by —

relating to reconstruction of the public
buildings at Chicago— [Dec. 4,1871]. ..1

to inquire into the cost of head-marks in
our national cemeteries — [December 20,
1871]. ......236

to inquire in reference to reducini^ the
bulk of the Congressional Globe — [Feb-
ruary 28, 1872] 1257

to inquire as to the necessity of a marine
hospital at San Francisco, California —
[March 25, 1872] 1938

in relation to the reduction of taxes —
[March 26, 1872] 1964

calling for information in regard to wools
and woolens— [April 3, 1872] 2122

authorizing Committee on Public Build-
ings and Grounds to sit during regess —

[June 8, 1872] 4405

reports made by 203,

450. 817, 868, 952, 978, 1128, 1815,
1848, 1389, 1890, 1557, 1587, 1666, 1758,
1785, 1987, 1938, 1986, 2061, 2122. 2674,
8273, 8276, 3415, 8509, 4035, 4106, 4254

incidental remarks by 2,

45, 48. 132, 136. 234, 818, 850, 401,
618, 754, 817, 838, 841, 888, 949,
952, 954, 1036, 1112, 1176, 1177, 1258,
1847, 1890, 1891, 1411, 1413, 1487,
1522, 1588, 1591, 1630, 1666, 1700, 1783,
1787, 1788, 1937, 1938, 1963, 1964. 1986,
2061 , 2118, 2288, 2385, 2429, 2640, 2986,
8098, 3191, 3272, 8278, 8275. 3817, 8361,
8432, 8490, 8602, 3647, 8648, 8769, 3811,
8865, 8912, 4106, 4219, 4301, 4302. 4303,
4307, 4400, 4475, 4494, 4497, 4498, 4500
remarks on the resolution providing for

f>ayment of the funeral expenses of .the
ate John C. Burch 85

on the House joint resolution in relation
to the pay of laborers, 122^ 123. 450, 451
on the bill for the construction of a build

ing at Chicago ......157, 203, 204

on the resolution to inquire into the "g^n

eral-order'' business 208

on the amnesty and civil rights bill (H.

R. No. 880) 276, 280, 848

on the order of business 318,

666, 667, 668, 985, 1036, 1390,
1625, 1681. 1701, 1936, 2085, 2091,
2282, 2638, 2634, 2640, 8123, 3271,
. 8852, 8475, 8595, 8602, 8647, 8895,



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