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4248, 4861, 4362, 4868, 4870, 4872, 4896

on the Military Academy appropriation

bill 8677

on bill to amend steamboat law, 8642, 8697

on the tariff and tax bill 4064,

4064, 4066, 4071, 4078

Spring, Harriet, bill (S. No. 906) for the

relief of, the heir of Captain Williams

Barker, deceased — [By Mr. Norwood.]

reported, 2083 ; passed, 8098; passed House,

8869; recalled by House, 3897 ; returned,

8939 ; enrolled, 4600; approved, 4604.

Spargeon, Nancy Ann, bill (H. R. No. 116)

§ ranting a pension to, widow of Josiah
purg(*on, of Ijewis county, Missouri,
received from House, 462 ; referred, 462.
Spark & Spier, bUl (H. R. No. 2793) for the
relief of.
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 8647.
St. Albans, bill (S. No. 1170) to grant an
American register to the British ship —
[By Mr. Chandler.]
reported, 8987.
St. Louis, George J , bill (S. No. 474) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 406 ; reported and indefinitely

postponed, 1626.
bill (H. R. No. 1209) granting a pension to.
received from House, 620; referred, 662 ;
reported, 1626 ; passed, 1712 ; enrolled,
1789.
Staff departments, bill (S. No. 996) to repeal
10 much of section six of an act making
appropriations for the support of the
Army for the year ending June 80,
1870, and for other purposes, approved
March 8, 1869, as prohibits promotions
in the, of the Army — [By Mr. Ames.]
referred, 2626; reported, 2728 ; recommitted,
2797 j reported and passed, 2969 ; passed
House with amendment, 4219; confer-
ence, 4260, 4388, 4416; conference re-
Sort, 4418: concurred in by Senate, 4418 ;
y the House, 4479 ; enrolled, 4481 ;
approved, 4604.
Stafford, Sarah S., bill (S. No. 1060) for the
relief of—FBy Mr. Pool.]
reported, 2969; discussed, 8770 ; passed,
4168; passed House, 4866; enrolled,
4417 ; approved, 4476.
Stafford, William M., bill (H. B. No. 2038)
for the relief of, late acting district attor-
ney for Montana Territory,
received from House, 1828 ; referred, 1828 ;
reported, 8890 ; passed, 4191 ; enrolled,
4846.
Stamp, hand, bill (S. No. 1077) referring to
th<B United States Court of Claims for
adjudication and determination a claim
for the entire past and future use of the
Norton post- marking and postage-cancel-
ing— [By Mr. Gilbert.]
referred, 3066.

bill (8. No. 1078) referring to the United
States Court of Claims a claim for the
use of the Norton type-wheel dating
and printing-machine ; also the dating
and canceling band— [By Mr. Gilbert]
roferredi 8066; reported, 8470.



Standefer, P. W., bill (H. R. No. 1777) for the
relief of.
received from House, 1821 ; referred, 1846.
Stansifer, Simeon, bill (H. R. No. 2888) for
the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8988 ;
reported and passed, 4192 ; enrolled, 4346.
State Department, communications from the, 7
in reference to the appointment of commis-
sioners to the Vienna exposition 4404

Statistics, Bureau of, bill (S. No. 884) to restore
the office of the Director of the — [By Mr.
Corbett.]
read, 18 ; referred, 42, 48.
Statuary, bill (H. R. No. 1260) to provide for
the admission of paintings, and photo-
graphs, for exhibition, free of dutv.
received from House, 1066 ; referred, 1066 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
1226; agreed to by the Senate, 1282;
enrolled, 1368.
bill (S. No. 723) to provide for a gronp of,
to commemorate the late epoch in
American history — [By Mr. Hamlin.]
referred, 1226.
Statue, joint resolution (H. R. No. 117) to
authorize the erection of a colossal, of
the late Admiral Farragut.
received from House, 1966 ; referred, 1986 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
2061 ; agreed to bv House, 2187 ; enrolled,
2828.
bill (H. R. No. 2762) providing for a life-
size marble, of the late Senator Edward
Dickinf on Baker,
received from House, 8418; referred,
8470; referred anew, 8699.
bill (S. No. 1118) making appropriation for
the casting of the equestrian, of the
late General Rawlins— [By Mr. Morrill,
of Maine.]
referred, 8688.
bill (S. No. 1164) appcopriating $10,000 for
a, of Gener^ John A. Mwlins — [By
Mr. Logan.] ^
referred, 8870 ; reported andpassed, 4178;
passed House, 4608 ; enrolled, 4608 ;
approved, 4604.
bill (S. No. 1186) directing the Secretary of
War to deliver to Fisk Mills, sculptor,
condemned ordnance to be used in the
casting of the equestrian, of the late
General Rawlins, and making an appro-
priation for the erection of the same
upon the public grounds — [By Mr.
Buckingham.]
referred, 4184.
Statnesy Senate concurrent resolution present-
ing the thanks of Congress to the state of
Connecticut for the, of Jonathlin Trum-
bull and Roj|er Sherman, and accept-
ing the same in the name of the nation —
[By Mr. Anthony, March 8, 1872.]
agreed to, 1629 ; concurred in by House,

2916.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony ...1629

Mr.. Buckingham 1626

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 1627

Statute, bill (S. No. 836) declaring the true
construction of a — [By Mr. Pratt]
read, 1769; notice, 2069, 2082; ducussed,
2086 ; referred, 2090.
Statutes, bill (H. R. No. 1) to revise, consol-
idate, and amend the, relating to the Post
Office Department,
reoeived from House, 171; referred, 172;
referr^ anew, 282 ; reported, 880 ; made
special order, 978 ; discussed, 2640 ; passed
with amendment, 3893 ; conference, 8893.
8949 ; conference report, 4106 ; concurrea
in by the Senate, 4106; by House, 4106;
enrolled, 4187.
bill (S. No. 683) to amend an act to revise,
consolidate, and amend the, relating to
patents and copyrights, approved July
8, 1870— [By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. J
referred, 817; reported, 889; called up,
1086; passed, 1391.



Statutes— Cbn^uecl.
bill (S. No. 240) to amend an act to revise,
consolidate, and amend the, relating to
patents and copyrights — [By Mr. Buck-
ingham.]
reported, 889; passed, 4160.
Steamboat lines, resolution for a select com-
mittee to inqnire if any, shoold be sub-
sidised by the Govemmeni — [By Mr.
Chandler, May 7, 1872.]
read, 8182.
Steamboats see Viusils,
bill (H. R. No. 2116) to amend mi act to
provide for the better security of life
on board of vessels propelled by steam,
approved February 28, 1871.
received from House, 2268; referred,
2297; amendment, 2469; reported,
8246; discussed, 3489; passed with
amendment, 8679; conference, 8641;
motion to reconsider, 8642 ; withdraws,
8697; conference, 8697^ conference
report, 8891; discussed, 4088, 4108,
4146, 4808, 4476.
bill (S. No. 1104) to extend the provisions
of a joint resolution of December 28,
1869, relating to, and ether vessels
owned in the loyal States— [By Mr.
Kellogg.]
referred, 8276.
Steam-boiler explosions, bill (S. No. 999) to
authorize inquiries into the causes of— [By
Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 2660; reported, 2984; motion to
take up, 4189; discossed, 4298; passed,
4800.
remarks by—"

Mr. Chandler....2660, 2984, 4298, 4299

Mr. Conkling 4299, 4800

Mr. Sherman 4299

Mr. Stockton.. ...4189, 4298, 4299, 4800
Steam pressure, joint resolution (H. R. No.
66) relating to the«limication of, on tow-
ing and freight boats on the Missis-
sippi river and its tributaries,
received from. House, 171; read, 171:
passed with amendment, 172 ; concurrea
in by House, 207.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds « 171, 172

Mr. Scott /. 172

Mr. Sherman 171

Mr. Tharman 172

bill (H. R. No. 778) relatiojpr to the limita-
tion o^ on towing and treisht boats on
the Mississippi river ancT its Iriba-
taries.
reoeived from House as joint resolation
No. 66, 171 ; changed to bill and

gissed, 172 ; change concurred in bj
ouse, 207 ; enrolled, 207.
bill (S. No. 1184) relating to the limitation
of, on towing and freight boats on the
Mississippi river and its tributaries —
[By Mr. Scott.]
read, 4167 ; referred, 4168 ; reported and
passed, 4186 ; passed House witk
amendment, 4481 ; conference moved,
4498.
Steamers, American, resolution eooeeming
the seizure of certain, by the revolution-
ary forces in Venezuela — [By Mr. Cam-
eron, January 16, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 406.
bill (S. No. 678) to relieve Amerioan-bnilt«
and vessels from import duties laid
upon materials and articles entering
into their construction, repair, and
use->[By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 766.
resolution to inquire into the expediency
of paying a premium per ton upon
American-built iron — [By Mr. Kellogg,
December 14, 1871.]
agreed to, 121.
Steamship line— see Commeree; Mail iSleam-

Mp Service,
Steamship servioe— see Mail SUaaukip Ser*



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Steamships, bill (H. R. No. 2196) to amend
«n act to regalate the carriage of passen-
gers in, and other vesseu, approved
March 8, 1865.
received from Hoose, 2090; referred, 2117;

reported, 8056.
Inll (8. No. 916) to aid the New York and
Veoezoela Mail Steamship Company
to establish an American line or, for
opening direct trade between the Uni-
ted Sutes and the republic of Vene-
zuela, and for conveying the mails of
the United States— [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 2154.
Steel. Bessemer, resolution in regard to
the manufacture of— [By Mr. Morton,
February 5, 1872.]
read, 818.
remarks by —

Mr. Morton 818

Steno^pher, resolution authorizing Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrenchment
to hold sessions in New York, to employ
a, to administer oaths, &c. — [By Mr.
Buckingham, December 20, 1871.]
agreed to, 286.

resolution for the employment of a, and for
payinff the expenses of the investigation
into the Kansas senatorial elections —
[By Mr. Morton, May 18, 1872.]
agreed to, 8853.
Stenographers, bill (S. No. 81) to provide, for
the circuit courts of the United States —
[By Mr. Hamlin.]
reported adversely, 1207.
bill (H. R. No. 2778) to provide, for the
courts of the United States,
received from the House, 8478 ; referred,
8490
Stevens, George A., bill (H. R. No. 908) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1888; referred, 1986;
reported, 2528 ; discussed, 8865 ; passed
with amendment, 8918; agreed to, 4109;
enrolled, 4167.
remarks by —

Mr. Cragin 2528, 8865, 8918, 8914

Mr. Stockton a.. 8865, 8866

Mr. Trumbull 8918, 8914

Stevens, Naomi A., bill (H. R. No. 1545) for
the relief of, of Jackson county, Michi-
gan,
received from House, 1065 ; referred, 1065 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2484.
Stevenson, John W., a Senator from Ken-
tucky 1

petitions presented by 878,

482, 519, 695, 888, 1127, 1815, 1847,
1889, 1555, 1587, 1784, 2010, 2856
bills introduced by —
No. 498— to indemnify the State of Ken-
tucky and other States for expenses
incurred by them in defense of the

United States 425

No. 557 — making an appropriation for

the improvement of the falls of the

Ohio river and the Louisville canal, 696

No. 779 — for the relief of Thomas

Mitchell 1557

No. 818 — to provide for the refunding of
taxes paid by the State officers upon

their salaries.. 1666

No. 880— for the benefit of Charles M.

Briggs..... «.2012

No. 1054— to reimburse the State ofKen-
tucky 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, 2909
No. 1095~for the relief of Samuel Black

and Albert R. Cooper 8247

resolution submitted by —
for printing the argument, circular, and
bifi for Uie exchequer submitted by
Daniel H. London, of New York —

[Maroh 11, 1872] 1558

reports made by 2154, 2248, 8274| 8890



Stevenson, John W., a Senator from Ken
tucky— Continued,

incidental remarks by 249, 854,

622, 1298, 1418, 1591, 1944, 2248,

2297, 2360, 2886, 2909, 8815, 8825,

8489, 8504, 8576, 8890, 4158, 4202

remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill

(H. R. No. 880), 896, 912, 918, 919, 927

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1828,

1824, 1826, 1898, 1894, 1895,

1419, 1422, 1428, 1425, 1454,

1464, 1495, 1496, 1501, 1502, 1642

on the order of business 2009, 8578

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee (H. R. No. 1587) 2044

on the bill for the relief of J. Milton

Best « 2252

on the bill for the relief of owners of salt-
works near Manchester, Kentucky, 2259

on the Indian appropriation bill 2298,

2826, 2828. 2829, 2880, 2886
on the consular and diplomatic appro-
priation bill ^ 2864, 2865

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2486,
2487, 2488, 2489, 2779, 2780, 2808,
2811,2812,2818, 2815, 2816, 2884, 2914
on the resolution limiting debate on appro-
priation bills ~ 2878,

2874, 2876, 2877, 2882, 2888
on the bill repealing the duties upon tea

and coffee (H. R. No. 174) 2916,

2917, 2918

on the naval appropriation bill, 2968, 2964,

2965, 2966, 2968, 2975, 2976, 2978, 2979

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 8020,

8025, 8081, 8082, 8146, 8818

on the bill for the removal of disabiliries

(H. R. No. 1050), 8197, 8254, 8255, 8269

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

8888, 3884, 8885

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8482,

8710. 8716,(see^i^peii(2ti;), 8721,8727
on the bill to amend the steamboat

Uw 8489, 8445, 8446

on the Army appropriation bill 8609,

8610, 8611, 8618, 8614

on the civil rights bill (S. No. 1141),

8727, 8728, 8729, 8782, 8788, 8742

on the question of final adjournment,

8948, 4478
on the Uriff and tax bill, 8969, 8971, 8992

on the civil appropriation bill 4010,

4166, 4167, 4255, 4276, 4277, 4280,
4888, 4889, 4840, 4841, 4842, 4848,
4844, 4845, 4848, 4858, 4861, 4868, 4865,
4872, 4881, 4888, 4884, 4894, 4491, 4495
Stewart, Francis B., bill (H. R. No. 2978)
for the relief of, postmaster at Altoona,
Blair county, Pennsylvania,
received from House, 4401 ; referred, 4404.
Stewart, Thomas B., bill (S. No. 545) for the
relief of, and Alexander McConn, of West
Virginia — [By Mr. Boreman.]
referred. 668; reported, 2158 ; passed, 8602;
passea the House, 4856 ; enrolled, 4417 ;
approved, 4475.
Stewart, William M., a Senator from Ne-
vada. « 67

petitions presented by 662

Dills introduced by —
No. 894 — to amend an act, supplementary
to an act approved July 1, 1864, for the
disposal of coal lands and town prop-
erty in the public domain, approved

March 8, 1865 159

No. 998 — to prevent and punish tamper-
ing with jurors in the courts of the

United States., 2525

No. 1028 — to incorporate the Helena and
Northern Utah Railroad Company, and
ffrant the same the right of way through

the public lands.. 2761

No. 1067 — to provide for the creation and
regulation of railroad companies in the
Territories of the United States. ...2985
joint resolution introduced -by —

No. 8 — proposing an amendment to the
Constitution of the United States...206



Stewart, William M., a Senator from Ne-
va da — Continued,

reports made by 2119,

2484, 2560, 2909, 8056, 8851

incidental remarks by 262,

1860, 1882, 1888, 1892, 2011, 2012,
2059, 2070, 2161, 2162, 2164, 2184,
2866, 2366, 2867, 2390, 2464, 2465, 2466,
2473, 2524, 2642, 2664, 2666, 26t>6, 276L
2795, 2796, 2910, 8174, 8179, 8276, 8851,
8432, 3434, 8661, 8891, 8987, 3988,4185,
4200,4201,4280, 4301,4302, 4400, 4405,
4409,4465, 4468, 4475, 4499. 4600, 4602
remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill

(H. R. No. 880) 240,

272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279

on the bill to promote the development

of the mining resources of the Uuited

States 1789

on the soldiers' and sailors' homestead

bill..... 1884, 1886, 1887

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee 1970, 1971, 2006, 2028,

2029, 2080, 2081, 2032, 2042, 2048

on the order of business 1987,

2084, 2085, 2186, 2187, 2323, 2337, 2359,
2454, 2468, 2622, 2598, 2866, 8123, 8247,
8248, 8865, 3856, 8867, 8415, 8645, 3651,
8807, 8895,4107, 4270, 4307, 4409, 4410

on thecoal-land bill 2018,

2014, 2084, 2430, 2481, 8545

on the Indian appropriation bill 2071,

2072, 2098, 2195, 2198, 2199,
2328, 2a29, 2330, 2832, 2385, 8488
on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad
Company bill ...2123, 2180, 2135, 2155,
2157, 2158, 2159, 2160, 2161, 2167
on the bill granting the right of way for a
railroad from Qreat Salt Lake to Port-
land, Oregon 2151, 2185

on the consular and diplomatic appropria-
tion bill 2249, 2364, 2865

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 2285,8488, 8484, 8603, 3504

on the bill to promote the development of

mining resources „ 2454,

2457, 2458, 2159, 2460, 2461, 2462
oh the bill to further the administration

of justice 2489, 2490

on the bill to establish a municipal court
in the District of Columbia ...2532, 2688
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill ....2567, 2669,2671, 2572,

2578, 2674, 2575, 2577, 2578, 2699,

2600, 2601, 2608, 2605, 2612, 2618,

2614, 2617, 2623, 2624, 2625, 2906

on the resolu:ion limiting debate on

appropriation bills 2876

on the House joint resoludon appointing
commissioners to inquire mto depreda-
tions on Texas frontiers 2909

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

2988, 2991, 2992, 8084, 3058, 8061, 8102,

8108, 8111, 8112, 3138, 8134, 8144, 8147

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1050) 31.0, 8180, 8188,

8184, 8185, 8198, 8194, 8249, 3265
on the biU in reference to railroads in

Dakota 8856

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

8858, 3419, 8480

on the bill to secure homesteads to actual

settlers 8548, 8549

on the bill amendatory of the agricultural

act ..8549,8550

on the Great Salt Lake and Colorado

railroad bill 8551, 4162, 4164

on the bill to amend the steamboat law,
8579,4088, 4089, 4809

on the Army appropriation bill 8597,

8609, 8610, 8611, 8612, 8618, 8614

on the civil appropriation bill 8816,

8894, 4187, 4244, 4246, 4260, 4268, 4264,
4266, 4267, 4268, 4269, 4278, 4274, 4277,
4278, 4279, 4888, 4347, 4848, 4849, 4850,
4856, 4857, 4861, 4862, 4882, 4891, 4898

on the tariff and tax bill 4078

on the Question of final adjournment,

4170, 4474



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IXDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Stewart, William M.» a Senator from Ne-
vada— Continued J
remarks on the bill for the relief of Theodore

Adams 4199, 4200, 4499

on the report of the investigating com-
mittee in regard to the custom-house
at New york...«4220, 4221, 4224, 4226
on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 4297, 4406

on the Anacostia and Potomac River

railroad bill 4800, 4801,4804,

4806,4806, 4807, 4898, 4899, 4416
on the bill concerning Point San Jo86

reservation 4804, 4807

on the bill to issue college scrip to Ark-
ansas 4477,4478, 4479, 4481

on the bill to authorize bridges across the

Ohio river 4486, 4486, 4492

on the bill in reference to the military res-
ervation at Camp Mohave. ...4601, 4602
BtUes, Ei'ward, bill (H. E. No. 2066) for the
relief of H. G. Christopher, G. W. Beard,
C. A. Uber, and N. H. Lamdin.
received from House, 1804 ; referred, 1986 ;
reported, 2466; passed, 8868; enrolled,
8641.
Stock gambling, bill (S. No. 407) to punish,
by public officers — [By Mr. Edmunds.]
referred, 206 ; reported, 1176.
Stockton, John P., a Senator from New

Jersey 1

petitions presented by 284,

294, 646, 867, 1448, 2010. 2428
bills introduced by-
No. 442 — supplementary to an act to pro-
vide for a building suited to the use of
the post office, the pension and revenue
officers, and the judicial officers of the
United States in the city of Tren-
ton, New Jersey, approved March 8,

1871 318

No. 1069 — authorizing a settlement of the
claim of the estate of the late Rear

Admiral John A. Dahlgren 2968

No. 1148— for the relief of James D.
WiUoughby, of Vineland, New Jer-
sey 8768

retolntions submitted by —

caUing for information in reference to the

present condition of the life saving

stations op the coasts of New Jersey

and Long Island-*[ December 14,

1871] 121

calling for information in regard to life-
saving stations— [March 19, 1872], 1788
for printing the letter of the Secretary of
the Treasury relating to the present
condition of the life-saving stations —

[March 22, 1872] •. 1883

report! made by 817,

2484, 2797, 2968, 8634, 3636

ineidental remarks by 1062, 1788,

2027, 2891, 2686, 8018, 8277, 4218, 4366
remarks on the bill to authorize the dis-
continuance of certain grades in the

military service 884

on the order of business 1182, 1788,

2686, 8476, 8688, 8689, 8661, 8677, 8694

on the naval appropriation bill, 1266, 2846,

2968, 2964, 2966, 2966,

2976, 2977, 2978, 2979

on the l^nslatiTe appropriation bill,

1644, 1672
on the bill for the employment of surfmen

at life-saving stations 1942

on the bill to appoint (ieorge Plonkett a

paymaster in the Navy 1962

on the bill to further the administration

of justice 2490, 2492

on the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia 2687

on the bill to secure equal rights in the

poblio schools of VVa8hington,2689, 2640

on the river and harbor appropriation

bUl 2697, 8179, 4289, 4298, 4298

on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2614, 6616

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2684,

2686, 2842



Stockton, John P., a Senator from New
Jersey — Continued,
remarks on the resolution limiting debate

on appropriation bills 2882, 2888

on the bill repealing the duties upon tea

and coffee (H. R. No. 174) 2922

on the bill for the settlement of the claim

of the late Admiral Dahlgren 2968,

8870, 8871, 8878, 8874, 8376, 8376

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 3021,

8022, 8026, 8066, 8111, 3131

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1060) 3268, 3261, 8262

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791), 3290,

3331, 3832,3368, 8869,8421, 8427,8481

on the bill for the relief of George A.

Stevens 8366, 3366

on the bill to authorize the appointment

of shipping commissioners. ..8487, 3438

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 3481, 3494

on the postal telegraph bill 8662

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 3714

on the bill to establish a western judicial

district of North Carolina 8868

on the Uriff and tax bill 3914,

4007, 4008, 4009, 4086
on the bill for the relief of Sarah S.

Stafford 4168,4169

on the bill to inquire into the cause of

steam-boiler explosions 4189,

4298, 4299, 4300
on the Orange, Alexandria,- and Manassas

railroad bill .4217

on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals

in transit by railroad..... 4229, 4230

on the civil appropriation bill, 4266,4360,

4361, 4368, 4368, 4870, 4373, 4381,

4886, 4886, 4387,' 4388, 4389, 4890

en the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-

• road bill 4399

on the bill to remove disabilities (S. No.

1163) 4400

on the bill in reference to public build-
ings at Cincinnati, 4404, 4466, 4467, 4468
Stoddard, William, bill (H. R. No. 2028) for
the relief of, late assistant quartermaster
United States volunteers,
received from House. 1828 ; referred, 1828.
Stone, Mary Jane, bill (H. R. No. 1201)

5 ran ting a pension to, widow of William
. Stone, late second lieutenant thirty-
seventh Kentucky infantry,
received from House, 620; referred, 662;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2011.
Straw bidding, bill (H. R. No. 1980) relating
to proposals and contracts for transporta-
tion 01 the mails,
received from Hotise, 1691 ; referred, 1628 :
reported, 1700 ; discussed, 2120 ; passed
with amendment, 2249 ; conference, 2462,
2474, 2488; conference report, 2666;
concurred in by Senate, 2667 ; by Honse,
2689; enrolled. 2764.
Stnkey, Abigail, bill (H. R. No. 2462) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from Honse, 2726 ; referred, 2726.
Startevant, George W., bill (H. R. No. 1310)
for the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888 ;
reported and passed, 4464; enrolled,
4478.
Suffrage, bill (S. No. 499) to allow women
to vote and hold office in the Territories
of the United States^[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 462.
Suits, bill (S. No. 488) to declare the mean-
ing of the act to provide for the, Judg-
ments, and business of the United States
Srovisional court for Lonisiana, approved
uly 28, 1866— [By Mr. KeUogg.]
referred, 406.

bill (S. No. 60) authorizing the Ottawa
Indians to bring, in the courts of Kan-
sas upon any matters growing out of
their late treaties— [Bj Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred anew, 681.



Saits— Cbnfiteued. >

bill (S. No. 916) to facilitate the trial of,
eaeses, ana proceedings; Che taking
of depositions, testimony bonde: the
issuing of prooeeses and ^xpMiikig
the proceedings in, at law or to equity
in the district court of the Unlled
Sutes for the southern district of New



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