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of March 3, 1871.
received from House, 8641 ; referred,
8647; reported. 8768; passed, with
amendment, 4190 ; conference, 4856 ;
conference report, 4410 ; agreed to by
Senate, 4410; by House, 4409; en-
rolled, 4465; error corrected, 4409,
4410.

bill JH. R. No. 2705) making, for sundry
civil expenses of the Government for the
fiscal year ending June 80, 1878.
received from the House, 8808 ; referred,
8808 ; amendments, 8277, 8477, 8770,
8816, 8870, 3894, 8949, 4038, 4106, 4164,
4219, 4270, 4807; reported, 4010; dis-
cussed, 4088, 4109, 4123. 4126, (debate
limited, 4159.) 4164, 4187, 4238, 4254,
4270, 4837, 4347, 4356; enforcement
bill (S. No. 656) moved as an amend-
ment, 4861; adopted, 4898, 4398; bill
passed with amendment, 4398 ; con-
ference, 4398, 4416, 4489, 4490; con-
ference report, 4495; concurred in by
Senate, 4495; by House, 4500; enrolTed,
4500; correction, 4500.

bill (H. R. No. 2975) to amend the fiflh sec-
tion of an act making, for the legisla-
tive, executive, and judicial expenses
of the Government for the year ending
June 80, 1878.
received from House, 4846 ; passed, 4401 ;
enrolled, 4417.

bill (H. R. No. 2983) to extend the provis-
ions of the twenty- fifUi section of the
act making, for the support of the
Army, &c., approved July 15, 1870, to
the relatives of deceased officers and
soldiers,
received from House, 4600; referred,
4503.



Arbitration, resolution calling for the '^case"

of the United States, presented to the

board of, under the treaty of Washing-

ton— [By Mr. Anthony, February 8, 1872.]

agreed to, 890.

resolution concerning, as a substitute for
war in determining diffejences between
nations — [By Mr. Sunuier, May 31,
1872.] •
read and printed, 4106,
memorial of the American Peace Society in
regard to international,
read and referred, 1225.
Arcacta, bill (S. No. 591) for the relief of the
inhabitants of the town of, in Humboldt
connty, California— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 839.
Arizona, bill (S. No. 891) in relation to Mex-
ican titles to land within the Territory
of— [By Mr. Bayard.]
referred, 2059.

bill (H. R. No. 1785) to provide for hold-
ing adjourned terms of the supreme
court of.
received from House, 2992; referred, 8017;
reported, 8246.
bill (H. R. No. 2689) creating an additional
land district in. *

received from House, 4219 ; referred, 4250.
resolution for printing additional copies of
reconnoissance of, and Nevada — [By
Mr. Nye, A|^il 26, 1872.]
referred, 2798 f reported and agreed to,
2985.
Senate concurrent resolution for printing
additional copies of the reconnoissance
of, and Nevada — [By Mr. Nye, April
26, 1872.]
referred, 2798; reported and agreed to,
2985 ; concurred in by Hou>e. 8948.
Arkansas, bill (S. No. 598) to authorize the
Secretary of the Interior (o receive the
funded bonds of tlie State of, in ex-
change for certain bonds now held by
him in trust for the Ghicka.saw Indians,
and to issue the agricultural college
scrip apportioned to that State, and held
by nim as pecnrity for the payment of
the said bonds — [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 840.
Armes, George A., bill (S. No. 293) to author-
ize the resiorattoii of, to the rank of cap-
tain in U»e Army — [\iy Mr. Nye.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 329.
Arms, resolution to inquire into the sale of,
to French agents during the war between
France and Germany — []iy Mr. Sumner,
February 12, 1872.]
read, 953; discussed, 1006,1013, 1040, 1065,
nil, 1113, 1131, 1156, 1178, 1210, 1228,
1258, 1284, 1286 ; ajireed to, 1290 ; pre-
amble discussed, 1290; tabled, 1299;
explanations, 1814; resolution designat-
ing committee discussed, 1821, 1417;
committee elected, 1418.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 8889, 4105, 4184

Mr. Blair 1046, 1138

Mr. Cameron 1289,

1293, 1299, 1321, 1417

Mr. Carpenter... 1268, 1286,

1298, 1294, 1295, 1298, S825, 8326

Mr. Cole 1178,

1179, 1228, 1238, 1821, 141?

Mr. Conkling 1014,

1017, 1048, 1044, 1045, 1046,
1047, 1068, 1069, 1078, 1111,
1112. 1118, 1156, 1157, 1158, 1235,
1236, 1287, 1288, 1261, 1287, 1288,
1292, 1298, 1298, 1299, 1417, 1418

Mr. Corbett 1287

Mr. Edmunds 1016, 1042,

1045, 1047, 1066, 1067, 1070, 1188,
1158, 1160, 1234. 1285, 1287, 1290,
1291, 1292, 1298, 1294, 1295, 1296,
1297, 1298, 1299, 1814, 1417, 1418

Mr. Frelioghuysen 1016, 1018,

1040, 1210, 1288, 1284, 1288, 1289



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Arms, resolution to inquire into the sale of,
to French ngents daring the war between
France and Germany — CoiUinmed,
remarks by —

Mr. Hamlin 1258.

1290, 1203, 1418, 8825, 8326, 8328

Mr. Hadan 1014, 1016, 1018,

1040, 1041,11169, 1160, 1179, 1238,
1268, 1264,* 1265, 1266, 1268, 1288

Mr. Hill 1288, 1287. 1290, 1298

Mr. I.ogan .8826, 8827

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 1017, 1268

Mr. Morton 1018.

1014, 1015, 1016, 1017. 1066,
1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1072.
1181, 1182. 1188, 1184, 1155, 1179,
1181, 1228, 1284, 1268, 1284, 1287,
1288, 1290, 1292, 1295, 1299, 8326

Mr. Nye 1182, 1210

Mr. Schurz :....1016, 1017, 1041,

1042, 1048, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047,

1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071,
1072, 1118, 1181, 1182, 1188, 1184,

1165, 1156, 1157, 1158, 1288, 1284,
1285, 1268, 1266, 1268, 1286, 1287

Mr. Sherman. ...1158, 1159, 1268, 1291.

1292, 1298, 1297, 1298, 1299, 1821
Mr. Sumner 958, 1006, 1013,

1014, 1015, 1016, 1042, 1044, 1066,

1067, 1069, 1071, 1072, 1111, 1112,

1166, 1158, 1159, 1229, 1287, 1238,
1258, 1261, 1264, 12a7, 1288, 1289,

1290, 1291, 1292, 1298, 1294, 1295,
1296, 1297, 1298, 1299, 1814, 1321,
1322, 8825, 8326, 8827, 8889, 4105

Mr. Thorman 1284,

1235, 1286, 1268, 1289, 1290,

1291, 1293, 1297, 1299, 1417, 8328

Mr. Tipton 1078, 1418

Mr. Trumbull 1134,

1159, 1160, 1178. 1179, 1181,
1284, 1287, 1288, 1821. 1417

Mr. Wilson 1017, 1068, 1072

Mr. Wright 1210, 1228, 1229

yeas and nays on the 1158,

1268, 1290, 1299, 1418
report of* the select committee on the sale

of. 3325

motion to printextra copies of, discussed,
3325; referred, 8828; inquiry, 8889,
4105 ; reported and agreed to, 4184.
resolution for the payment of the expenses
of the committee to inquire into the
sales of ordnance stores — [By Mr. Ham-
lin, March 27, 1872.]
. agreed to, 1987.

biU (H. R. No. 2567) to authorise the issue
of a supply of, to the authorttiee of the
Territory of Montana,
received from House, 2992; referred,
8018; reported, 3178; passed, 8277;
enrolled, 8818.
bill (H. R. No. 2702) to authorize the Secre-
tory of War to furnish the State of
Minnesoto with five hundred stondof.
received from House, 8270; referred,
8272.
bill (H. R. No. 2969) to authorize and di-
rect the Secretary of War to distribute,
and militory equipments under the act
of April 28, 1808, and the acts amend-
atory thereof.
« received from House, 4254; referred,
4280.
Armstroog, Mary, bill (S. No. 879) granting a
pension to — [By Mr. Pratt,]
reported and passed, 2011 ; passed the
House, 2725 ; enrolled, 2796 ; approved,
2998.
Army, bill (S. No. 448) to estoblish a system
of depoeits, lo preTent desertion, and
elevate the condiuon of the rank and file
of the— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 888; reported, 425; discussed,
1488; passed, 1^88; reconsidered, 2296;
amended and passed, 2297 ; passed House
with amendment, 8178; concurred in,
8245; enrolled, 8276; ai^>roved, 8579.



Army — Continued,
bill (S. No. 468) to enable the President
to appoint a Paymaster General of
the— [By Mr. Wilson.]

referred, 880; reported, 1624; passed,
1712; passed House with amendment,
8248; conference, 8272, 8828; confer-
ence report, 8961 ; concurred in by
Senate, 8961 ; by House, 8961 ; enrolled,
4009 ; approved, 4222.
bill (S. No. 607) to estoblish the pay of
the enlisted men of the— [By Mr. Wil-
son.]

referred, 869 ; reported, 1525 ; discussed,
2291 ; passed 2292 ; passed House with
amendment, 8178; concurred in, 8244;
enrolled, 3276: approved, 3579.
bill (S. No. 627) to place colored persons
who enlisted in the, on the same footing
as otbor soldiers as to bounty and pen-
sions — [By Mr. Wilson.]

referred, 958 ; reported, 2728.
bill (8. No. 711) explanatory of joint reso-
lution approved Jul}[ 11, 1870, amenda-
tory of joint resohuion for the relief of
certoio officers of the, approved July
26, 1866— [By Mr. Rice.]

referred, 1207 ; reported, 1849; discussed,
2290; passed, 2291.
bill (S. No. 731) amending an act making
appropriations for the support of the.
for the year ending June 80, 1871, ap-
proved July 15, 1870— [By Mr. Cole.]

referred, 1283.
bill (S. No. 788) fixing the stotus of certoin
Federal soldiers enli^iting in the Union,
from Alabama — [By Mr. Spencer.]

referred, 1317.
bill (H. R. No. 1541) making appropriations
for the support of the, for the year
ending June 30, 1873.

received from House, 2253 ; referred, 2297 ;
amendment, 2321, 2456, 2524; reported,
8246; discussed, 3596, 8002, 3607;
passed with amendment, 3016; confer-
ence, 8814, 8815; conference report,
8990; agreed to by Senate, (Fort Leav-
enworth amendment left open,) 3991 ;
by House) 4009 ; new conference, 8991.
4009; new report, (no agreement,)
4126; discussed, 4126 ; Senate receded,
4129; enrolled, 4187.

remarks by —

Mr. Bla«r. 8608, 8609, 8614, 8615

Mr. Boreman 8597

Mr. Caldwell 2456,

2524, 4126, 4128

Mr. Cameron' 861 1,

8612, 8618, 8614. 8615

Mr. Casserly 13597,

8612, 3618, 3615

Mr. Cole.. 8597,

8598, 8609, 8611, 8612, 8513
Mr. Conkling 3697,

8609, 8612, 8618, 8991
Mr. Edmunds 8609,

8611, 86lS, 3615

Mr. Hitchcock 8614

Mr. Johnston 2321

Mr. Logan 8608,

8609, 3613, 8614, 8615, 8991

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 8597,

8598, 4128. 4129

Mr. Pomeroy 8598, 3618, 4128

Mr. Sawyer 8597, 8598,8615

Mr. Sherman 8597,

8602, 8608, 8612, 3615
Mr. Stevenson 8609,

8610, 8611, 8618, 3614
Mr. Stewart 8597,

8609, 3610, 8611, 3612, 8618, 8614

Mr. Trumbull 8602, 4126

Mr. Tickers 3611

Mr. West 8246,

3602, 8607, 8608, 3609, 3011,3618,
3614, 8615, 8815, 8990, 3991, 4126

Mr. Wright. 8614, 8616

yeas and nays on the 8603, 3611, 4129



Army — Continued.
bill (S. No. 996) to repeal so much of sec-
tion six of an act making appropriations
for the support of the, for the year
ending June 30, 1870, and for other
purposes, approved March 8, 1809, as
prohibits promotions in the stofi* depart-
mento of the — [By Mr. Ames]
referred, 2525; reported, 2728; recom-
mitted, 2797; reported and passed,
2959 ; passed House with amendment,
4219; conference, 4250, 4888, 4416;
conference report, 4418 ; coitcprred in
by Senate, 4418; by House, 4479; en-
rolled, 4481 ; approved, 4504.
bill (S. No. 1008) relating to the rank of
officers in the — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 2596.
bill (S. No. 1041) to equalize promotion
among officers in the line of the — [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 2798.
bill (U. R. No. 2697) relative to retired
officers of the.
received from House, 8248; referred,
8272; rejyorted and discussed, 4856;
passed vrith amendment, 4856; con-
cutred in, 4446; enrolled, 4494.
bill (S. No. 1123) to amend an act making
appropriaiions for the support of the,
for the year ending June 80, 1872, ap-
proved March 3, 1871— [By Mr. Pome-
roy.]
referred, 8599.
bill (S. No. 1186) to authorize the adoption
of a system of general regulations for
theuseof the, of the Qnited Stotes- [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 8687 ; reported and passed, 4801.
bill (H. R. No. 2983) to extend the provis-
ions of the twenty fifth section of the
act making appropriations for the sup-
port of the, &c., approved July 15, 1870,
to the relatives of deceased officers
and soldiers,
received from House, 4500; referred,
4508.
Army appropriation bill, bill (S. No. 281) to
construe sections two, three, four, five,
and six of the, approved March 8,
1871— [By Mr. Cooper.]
reported and indefinitely postponed, 8471.
Arm J officer's record, bill (S. No. 867) author-
izing the Secretory of War to correct
an— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 1039 ; reported, 2485, 2560 ; passed,
2560; passed the House, 3248; enrolled,
8276.
bill (8. No. 1130) authorizing the Secretory
of War to correct an — IBy Mr. Howe. J
referred, 3637,
bill (S. No. 1131) authorizing the Secretary
of War to correct an— [By Mr. WrighL J
referred, 3687 ; reported, 8768.
Army Register, resolution for printing the,
to be published in 1872— [By Mr. An-
thony, December 14, 1871.]
referred. 121 ; reported and agreed to, 159.
bill (S. No. 584) concerning the publication
of the official— [By Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 817 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 1006.
Arnold, Commander H. N. T., bill (S. No.
912) for the restoration of. United States
Navy, to the active list from the retired
list— [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 2120.
Artesian well, bill (H. R. No. 1518) author-
izing the Secretary of Wa^ to expend
certoin moneys for the purpose of sinking
an, on the Fort D. A. Russell military
reservation, in Wyoming Territory,
received from House, 3270 ; referred, 8272 ;
reported, 8986 ; passed, 4801 ; enrolled.
4402.
Articles, bill (H. H. No. 2855) relative to the
purchase of, for the QoTernment.
received from House, 8761, refbrred, 8761.



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INDEX TO SENATE PEOCBEDINGa



Artificial limbs, bill (S. No. 471) to amend an
act supplementary to an act to provide
for furnisbiog to disabled soldiers, ap-
proved June 80, 1870— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 405 ; reported and discussed, 451 ;
passed, 452; passed House with amend-
ment, 8270; referred, 8272; reported,
8315 ; concurred in, 4808 ; enrolled, 4846 ;
approved, 4475.
remarks by^

Mr. Blair 405, 461, 462

Mr. Conkling....^ 451, 452

Mr. Sherman 451

Mr. Wilson 8816, 4808

Asbton, Frank M., bill (H. R. No. 2878) au-
thorizing the President to permit, late
second assistant engineer in the Navy of
the United States, to withdraw his.reslgna-
tion of that office,
received from, the House, 8818 ; referred,
8815.
Assay office, bill (S. No. 809) to establish an,
at Helena, in the Territory of Montana —
FBy Mr. Cole.]
referred, 1666; reported, 2455.
Assay offices, bill (H. R. No. 2984) revising
and amending the laws relative to the
mints, and coinage of the United States,
received from the House, 8961 ; referred,
8986.
Asylum, Deaf and Dumb and Insane, bill (S.
No. 829) granting the Kearney military
reservation to the State of Nebraska for
the use and benefit of the Nebraska
State— [By Mr. Hitchcock.]
referred, 1758; reported and passed, 1986.
bill (H. R. No. 2680) to donate the military
reservation at Fort Steilacoom to the
Territory of Washington for the use of
the insane,
received from House^ 2992; referred,
8017 ; reported, 8852.
Atkins, William H., bill (S. No. 989) for the
1 relief of, and Jacob D. Felthousen, their
heirs and assignees — [By Mr. Logan.]
referred, 2249.
Attorney, United States district, bill (S. No.
786) fixing the salaries of the, and the
marshal of the United States for the dis-
trict of Nevada — [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 1557.

bill (S. No. 8^8) in relation to the office of,
of the United States for the district of
Louisiana — [By Mr. Kellogg.]
read, 24; referred, 42, 48; reported
adversely, 8471.
bill (S. No. 699) fixing the salaries of the, and
United States marshal for the district of
Nebraska — [By Mr. Hitchcock.]
referred, 1177; reported, 1448; passed,
4141; passed House, 4856; enrolled,
4417 ; approved, 4475.
Attorney General, calls for information upon

the 2597, 2674

communications from the 157, 428, 8418

relating to the election law of Washing-
ton and Idaho Territories 2901

•d reference to the condition of the late

insurrectionary States... 8591

in reeard to the claim of the Creek

orphans... 4841

iittorneys, bill (H. R. No. ^774) to prevent
certain officers of the United States and
Territories from practising as, or soli-
citors in courts of the United States in
certain cases,
received from House, 8478 ; referred, 8490 ;

reported, 8762.
bill (S. No. 1088) to amend the various acts
relating to agents and, prosecuting
claims or demands before Congress and
the Executive Departments of the Gov-
ernment — [by Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 8178 ; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 8768.
Atwood, Anson, bill (S. No. 84^) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Cookling.]
referred, 1785 ; reported, 8768.



Auditor, Third, bill (S. No. 412) to fix oom*

Sensation of the, of the Treasury-*[By
Ir. Pool.]
referred, 205 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 889.
Augenstein, Moritz, bill (H. R. No. 2911) for
the relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888 ;
reported and passed, 4192; enrolled,
4846.
Augusta, Georgia, bill (S. No. 626) to author-
ize the sale of certain pnblio property
at— [By Mr, Wilson.]
referred, 958; reported, 1006 ; passed, 2286 ;
passed House with amenamenl, 8248;
referred, 8271 : reported, 8815 ; con-
curred in with amendment, 4802 ; agreed
to by House, 4856 ; enrolled, 4417 ;
approved, 4504.
Autry, Aidy A., bill (H. R. No. 2467) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred 2725.
Ayers, Henry, bill (S. No. 487) for the relief
of, and George Walfiin & Co^^ of Indi-
ana — [By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 818 ; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 8890.

B.

Bacon, Augustine, bill (H. R. No. 528) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1107 ; referred, 1112 ;
reported, 2248; passed, 2268; enrolled,
2859.
Bagley, Annie, bill (H. R. No. 2441) grantmg
a pension to.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725.
Bailey, Annie Marie, bill (H. R. No. 2479)
granting a pension to.
received Irom the House, 2768; referred,
2764.
Bailey, B. C, bill (H. R. No. 2088) for the
relief of.
received from the House, 1828 ; referred,
1828.
Bailey, Sluman S., bill (H. R. No. 1288) for
the relief of, collector of internal revenue
for the fourth district of Michigan,
received from House, 1828 ; referred, 1828 ;
reported, 2249: passed, 2268: enrolled,
2859.
Bailiffs, bill (H. R. No. 482) regulating the
compensation of criers and, of the United
States courts,
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 8572 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8767.
Baird, Sarah, bill (H. R. No. 2478) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Baker, G. S., bill (H. R. No. 112) for the
relief of, of Maryville, Missouri, for the
reissue of a certain bond,
received from House, 952; referred, 952;
reported, 1448; passed with amendment,
2259; concurred in, 2909; enrolled, 2992.
Bake^-rJohn M., bill (H. R. No. 2041) for the
relief of the children of.
received from House, 1828; referred, 1828;
reported and passed, 2011 ; enrolled, 2090.
Baker, Lucy A. and Mary A., bill (H. R.
No. 2948) for the relief of, children of
John M. Baker, deceased,
received^ from House, 4106 ; read, 4141 ;
read and passed, 4198 ; enrolled, 4846.
Baker, Senator Edward Dickinson, bill (H.
R. No. 2762) providing for a life-size mar*
ble statue of the late,
received from House, 8418; referred, 8470;
referred anew, 8599.
Baker, Timothy, bill (S. No. 441) for the re-
lief of, of St. John' 9, Michigan — [By Mr.
Ferry, of Michigan.]
referred, 818.

bill (S. No. 956) for the relief of, of St
John's, Michigan — [By Mr. Ferry, of
Michigan.]
reported, 2857.



Balear, bill (S. No. 1099) to grant an Amert-
can register to the British brig — [By Mr.
Vickecs.]
reported, 8278; passed, 8486; passed the
House, 4856 ; enrolled, 4417 ; approved,
4476.
Bank, First National, of Annapolis, bill (S
No. 1185) authorizing the, to change
its location and name — [By Mr. Vickers.]
referred, 8687.

First National, of Annapolis, bill (H. R.
No. 2848) authorizing the, to change
its location and name,
received from the House, 4145; passed,
4160.
First National, of New Orleans, bill (S.
No. 358) to confer jurisdiction upon
the United States circuit court for the
fifth circuit and district of Louisiana
to settle the eonflictiag claims of the
United States and other creditors of
the late— [By Mr. West]
referred, 47.
First National, of Newnan, bill (H. R. No.
1812) authorizing the, to change its
location,
received from House, 2588; referred,
2589.
First National, of Seneea, Illinois, bill (H.
R. No. 1664) to change the location of
the, to the city of Morris, Illinois,
received from House, 1155; referred, 1160;
Imported, 1816; passed, 2062; enrolled,
2122.
Kansas Valley National, of Topeka, bill (S.
No. 950) authorizing the, in the State
of Kansas, to change its name to the
First National, of ropeka*-[By Mr.
Pomeroy. ]
referred, 2822 ; reported adversely, 2984.
Omaha National, bill (H. R. No. 2907) for
the relief of the.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888;
reported and passed, 4192; enrolled,
4846.
Railroad National, of Lowell, Massachu-
setu, bill (S. No. 1086) to change the
location of the, to Boston, Massachu-
setts — [By Mr. Sumner.]
referred, 8174: reported, 8416; passed,
8769; passed House, 8772; enrolled,
8894 ; approved, 4107.
Real Estate, of Virginia, bill (S. No. 575)
to authorize the purchase of secured
obligations of the — [By Mr. Johnston.]
referred, 755 ; rei)orted adversely, 867. .
Warren National, of South Danvers, Massa-
chusetts, bill (H. R. No. 1668) author-
izing the, to change its name to the
Warren National, of Peabody, Massa-
chusetts,
received from House, 1155; referred, 1160;
reported and passed, 1849 ; enrolled,
1417.
Bank clearing*honse exchanges, bill (H. R.
No. 1869) for the better security of bank
reserves, and to facilitate,
received from House, 4089; read, 4104;
referred, 4254; reported, 4280; passed,
4281 ; enrolled, 4402.
Bank notes, bill (S. No. 588) to amend an
act to provide for the redemption of the
three per cent temporary loan certifi-
catos, and for an increase of national,
approved July 12, 1870— [By Mr. Sher-
man.]
reported, 889: discussed, 890; passed, 891.
Bankruptcy, bill (S. No. 899) to amend an act
to establish a uniform system of — [By
Mr. Lewis.]
referred, 159 ; reported, 8697 ; passed, 4187;
passed House, 4219 ; enrolled, 4846 ; ap-
proved. 4476.
bill (S. No. 444) to amend an act to estab-
lish a uniform system of, and the sev-
eral acts amendatory thereof— [By Mr.
Trumbull.]
referred, 818; reported, 8697.



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bill (8. No. 774) to declare the Irae intent
and meaning of section two of an act
to establish a nniform system of, ap-
proved March 2, 1867— [By Mr. Gold-
thwaite.]
referred, 1525; reported and passed,
8697 ; passed Ho«se, 4356 ; enrolled,
4417 ; approved, 4475.
bill ^S. No. 127 ) to amend the act to e^ab-
lish a oniKMrm system of*— [By Mr.
Gonkliag.]
reported advereely and in<Mnitely post-
noiMd, 86d7.
bill (S. No. 180) to amend an act to estab-
lish a nnifona system of— [By Mr.
Howe.]
Teported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned» 3697.
bill (H. R. No. 2475) to amend an aet to
establish a nniform system of, through-
out the United States, approved March
2, 1867, and the several aete amenda-
tory thereof
received from House, 3961 ; referred, 8986.
Banks — see Currtncy,

Barker, Ami G., bill (H. B. No. 1067) granting
a pension to, widow of Thomas Barker,
received from House, 452; referred, 452;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1666.
Barker, William F., bill (H. E. No. 1564) for
the relief of, postmaster at Northville,
Fulton county. New York,
received from House, 2286 ; referred, 2297 ;
reported^ 8534 ; passed, 4493 ; enrolled,
4500.
Barlow, Mrs. May, bill (S. No. 949) /or the
relief of, widow of Judge J. H. C. Bar-
low, a loyal citizen of Louisiana— [By Mr.
West.]
referred, 2822.
Barnaby, Mrs. Charlotte, bill (S. No. 495)
granting a pension to — [hy Mr. Conk-
ling.]
referred, 452; reported adversely and in-
definitely postpoued, 1489.
Barr, Mrs. Cecilia, bill (S. No. 835) for the
relief of, widow of William Barr— [By
Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 1759; reported, 2320; passed,
8365; passed House, 3807; enrolled,
3894; approved, 4107.
Barrancas, bill (S. No. 561) to authorize the
Secretary or War to acquire the possess-
ory rights of the occupants of certain
laud adjoining the United States barracks
at, in Florida— [By Mr, Osbocn.]
referred 724.
Bartlett, Mary' H., bill (H. B. No. 2449)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725.
Barton, Mary B., bill (H. B. No. 2541) grant-



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