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W.(5- &^ ^^ ^^) to. faic^litrf^e, between
the United i States,, and Cj|kina, Japan,
and other countriea .of ,A^^i»— [By
l^x^ Peters.1 . . , / ,

referred, 23; ueperfed, 1€S§3 j (see bill
H. B. No. 2045.) ^ . , •

biU,(|H,,ii. No^ A8a) to r^ojate, among the
, sevefal Stipes— [Bjr, Mi;. M^Crary. J

referred, 59. #

bill (H. H. No. 605) to secure and protect
,^Uie,ireedQP^<^t¥^iMit aad,.wiit^ia the
United Spates— Ijfij:!^, BuUer, pf Mas-
sachusetts.] ; , , , ,
referred, 59. it
bfU (flLtB« ^o.. .^5^) for. the promotion of»
and a,mitj[ between tjbe j^oplp of the
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Commerce — CorUinuid.
bin (H. B. No. It48) fbrtbeencoaragement
of the foreign, ome United States^ [By
Mr. Sbellabarger.]
refieired, 1218; r0|)orted and recommttted,
1244, 1654 ; motion to reconsider. 1581 ;
dltscDBsed, 992^ \ motion tabled, 8981.
remarks br —

Mr. Finkelnbnrg ^ 8tt29, 8980

Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, 892fe, 8980

Mr. Holman 8980

Mr. Lynch, 1554, 15«1, 8926, 8980,>8981

Mr. Perry,VOh!0...... 8980

Mr. Randan 8^26, 8930

Mr. Shellabarger 1218,

1244, 8926; 8929, 8980
bill (H. !t. No. 1769) to regtilate the, of the
tiver. Schuylkill— [By Mr. Kelltoy.]
referred, 1242.
bill (H. R. No. 2045) to facilitate, between
the United States and China, Japan,
atrd 'thi conntHes of Asia— [By Mr.
Lymjh.]
reported. 1868; discussed, 1^68; tabled,

1867.
remarks hy—

Mr. Banks : 1866, 1867

Mr. Cox 1«64,1865, 1866, 1867

Mr. PamBWMth ........ ; 1966

Mr. Pinkeinbmrg ...... ..:...: 1865

Mr. Hoar 1866, 1867

Mr. Kelt 1*64, 186?, 1867

Mr. Lynch, 1868, 1«64, 1865»t866, 1867

Mr. McCormick, of Missoari 1866

Mr. Negley .- 1866

Mr, Peters.. ......1865, 1866, 1867

Mr. Pottlbr :...... 1866, 1867

Mr. Randall : 1864, 1865

Mr. Speer, of Pennsylnmia 1866

Mr. WiWartl 1865

Mr. Wood .1864

reiointion concerning restrictions on — [By
Mr. Scofield, March 15, 1«72.]
Sjsreed to, 1718.
revival of, discussed in Committee of the

Whole by Mr. Sheldon.....^ 2408

bill (H. R. No. 2828) to fhtdiet the reduc-
tion of taxes and the encouragement
of— [By Mr. Mayntrd.} *
printed, 2474.
bill (H. R. No. 2848) for the fucther te-
auction of taxes dnd encouragement
of— [ByMr. KfeUey.] ^

reftrred,2658.
bill (H. R. No. 2574) to j^ilitat% inter-
nal— [By Mr, Golladay. J * . '
• referred, 2884. '
Comme^al interests,' bill (fi. R. No. 449) to
revire the navigation and^ of the United
States— [By Mr. Lynch.]
referred, 11.

bill (H. R. No. 281<> to fttvive the ttariga-

tion and, of the United States— [By Mr.

Lynch.]

referred, 2442.

Comtoissary stores, bin (H. R. No. 404) to pay

for quartermasjter and. when purchased

and receipted for without Vequuing an

oath of past loyalty— i[By U*. Harris, of

reported lEiAversely nrii Ubled, ^645.
Commission, bill (H. R. No. 874) to provide
foe the appointment of a, on' %he subject
of "the waees and hours of labor, and the
division 6f profits between labor and eap-
itld th the UnitedStiktes— [^'Mr. Hoar.]
reported, 102; discussed, 1Q2; 2lT, 221, 224,

251, 254; passed, 258.
joint r^lutmh (Bt. R. No. 57) r^c^mmend-
iivg the appointment of a, td ShrV^y and
mknroa tne (|touiid the boundary be-
tween the terntory of the Uxdted S^tes
aAdlhe British possessions, ftQot ihe
Lake of the Woods te the Rocky mount-
ains — [By Mr. Moj»«n.]
reportedand referred a»^#, 154 ) retorted,
419 ; xliscussed, 419 ; chmiged to a bill
and passed, 428 ; (see bill H. R. No.
1066./



. 2274.

R. No. 2289) for the appointment
<^n the part of the_ United States,



Commissions, bill (H. R, No. 1227) relating
to the sale of United States bonds, and
' to prohit^it, to agents, Ac. — [By Mr. Cox.]
' referred, 680'.

Cotnmi^ioners, bill (H. R. No. 2044) to

'tkUthorize the ap|>ointment of shipping,

by the several Circuit courts of the United

States; to snpe^ntend the shipping'and

discharge of seamen engaged in merchant

ships belonging to the United States, and

for the further protection of seamen^By

MrJ Conger.] ,

reported, 1886; discussed, 1886, 1888;

made special order, 1868 \ reprinted,

1900 ; discussed, 2172, 2180, 2206 jj)assed,

2208; passed Senate with amendment,

8568; printed, 8684; conference, 8798,

8825 ; conference report, 3886 ; agreed to

by the Senate, 8885 ; bv House, 8886 ;

enrolled, 3988 ; approved, 4425.

resolution in reference t6 the expenses of

the United States, to the international

congress— [By Mr. Kerr, April 8, 1872. ]

agreed to, *»*'-^

bill(H. -^ '

6^ , ,

who, in connection witlu that may be
; appointed on the p^ of the Dominion
of Canada, shall examine and report as
to the extension and enlangement of the
* navi^ble waters of the lakes and the
St. Lawrence river — [By Mr. Cobum.]
refefred, 2440.
joint resolution (H. R, No. 186) uppotnting,
to inquire into depredations on the
frontiers of Texas — [By Mr. Hancock.]
passed. 2442; passed the Senate, 2989;
en tolled, 2998; appro ve^, 8155.
resolution for printing extra copies of the
report of the Board of Indian, for
1871— [By Mr. Ups6n, April 28, 1872.]
referred, 2687.
bin (Q. R. No. 2800) to anthorise the Pros-
idtent of tde United States to appoint
one or more, to represent the Govern-
ment of the United States at the inter-
national exposition of agriculture, in-
dustry, and fiiie arts, at Vienna in
1878— [By Mr. Banks.]
reported and recommitted, 8617; reported
and passed, 3661 ; passed Senate, 4488 ;
enrolled, 4488 ; approved, 4460.
Commissioners of claims, bill (H. R. No.
1149) to authorize the, to appoint special
commissioners to take testimony — [By
Mr. BTair, bf Michigan.]
referred, 499; reported, 1681 ; passed, 1682;
passed Senate With amenament, 2802;
concurred in, 2897; enrolled, 2998.
bill (H. R. No. 1447) to amend an act mak-
ing appropriations for the support of
the Army for the year ending June 80,
1872, approved M!arch 8, 1871, and to
define and extend the powers and duties
conferred upon ' the, appointed under
saidactr-[By Mr. Bigby.J
referred, 969.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 105) authorizing
the, appointed under the act approved
March 8, 1871, to make an additional
report durlns the present session of
Congress— [By Mr. Piatt.]
referred, 1898.
Joint resolution (H. R. No. 181) relating to
the, ap);>ointed under act of Congress
approved Macch 8, 1871— [By Mr.
HirHs^, of Virginia.]
veponed and passed, 2276.
bill (H. R. No. 25^ making apprbpHaiions
fbr parent of claims reported allowed

rtbe, under act of Congrem of iiaroh
^ i87l— [By %. Blair, 6f Michigan.]
' nefsrred, 2^ ; reported, 3617 ;,disciipsed,
' 861^ ; passed, 8619; passed Senate with
'^ , amendment, 4202; conference, 4816,
4426 ; conference report, 4^482; a^jreed
to bv Honae, 4482; correction, 4432,
448ir: aj^eed to by the Senate, 4484 ;
enrolled, 4438; approved, 4460.



Committee, resolution to increase the number

of the, on the Territories by the appoint-
ment of one territorial Delegate^— [By Mr.

Chaffee, December 4, 1871. J
referred, 10; reported, 117; dieoussed,

117 ; afi;reed to^ 118.
remarks by —

Mr. Banks ......117, 118

Mr. Chaffee « - 10

Mr. Cox. ,.....« « ......118

Mr. Eldredge _I17, 118

Mr. Famsworth 117. 118

Mr. Pinkelnburg «• 117

Mr. Hoar 117

Mr. Maynard « 117

Mr. RandalL 117, 118

Committee-rooms, resolution in refereoee to

occupation of, during the reces»— [By Mr.

Butler, of Massachusetts, June 4, 1872.]
ligreed to, 4212.
Committees, resolution to fix by law.the mile-
age and compensation of members of,

sitting during the recess; also of wit-
nesses — [By Mr. Garfield^ of Ohio,

Decemher 19, 1871.]
agreed to, 281.

standing 9,85,62,78,117,118,999

aelect —

to wait upon the President...... ........4460

on the reorganization of the civil service
of the Government 29

to investigate the condition of aflairs in
Louisiana * 412, 471

to make arratigements fbr the reception
of the Japanese embassy... ..1427, 1429

to investigate the affinrs of the Navy
Department 1582, 2005, 2009

to make arrangements for the Morse
celebratioB 2801

to accept the invitation of the National

Sharpshooters' Association ^2941

of conference —

on the bill (H. R. No. 1062) to admit cer-
tain machinery free of duty, 548, 564, 599

on the bill (S. No. 245) amendatory of an

act authorizing the construction of a

bridge across the Arkansas river... 1 149,

1242 1272 4829

on the bill (H. R. No. 1880) amending the
act to reduce internal taxes... 1845, 1404

on the bill (H. R. No. 619) for a public

building in St Louis, Missouri.*.. 1582,

1650, 1661

oh the bill (S. No. 681) providing for the
reporting and printing the reports of
Congress 1876, 1879, 1895

on the bill (S. No. 792) in relatiot to the
removal of causes from State courts, 1957

on the bill (S. No. 565) to extend the time
to build a road from Lake St. Croix to
Lake Superior 2052, 2872

on the bill (H. R. No. 622) granting a

pension to nichard B.Crawrord«..210O,

2179, 2204

on ihe bill (H. R. No. 1866) for the relief

of Mrs. Fmnces A. McKinney.....2117,

2180 2408

on the 1»11 (H. R. No. 1228) fbr the relief
of B. Nelson Gere 2276, 2848. 2372

on the legislative appropriation bill (H.
' Jl. No. 1060), 2400.2482, 2656,2896,2899

on the bill (H. R. No. 1980) relating to
proposals and contracts for transporta-
tion of the mails — 2474, 2520

on the bill (H. R. No. 2042) for the relief
of Fannie M. Jackson 2897, 8082

on the bill (S. No. 616) to release the
Beaver lake lands to the State of Indi-
ana. 2949. 2998, 4022, 4094, 4188

on bill (S. No. 988) to nrovide homes for
absentee Shawnee Isdians.. ..8062, 8148

5>n the bill (H. R. No. 1192) making
/appropriation for the expenses of the
Indian department......8156, 8219, 8225

on the bill (H. R. No. 1654) making appro-
pnationsto supply deficiencies, Jbc, fiir
tfa^. service of the GFovemment for the
yea^ ending June 80, 1872, and for
former years 8219, 8225» 8285



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Committees — Continued.
of conference —

on the bill (8. No. 468) to enable the
President to appoint a Paymaster Qen-
eral of the Army 8813, 8888

on the bill (H. R. No. 1661) making appro-
priations for the support of the Military
Academy for the year ending June 80,
1873 8447, 8611

on the bill (H. R. No. 1823) making appro-
priations for the consular and cliplo-
matic service for the year ending June
80, 1873 8449, 3611

on the bill (H. R. No. 1191) making appro-
priations for the naval service for the
year enditig June 80, 1878 ...8468

on the bill (S. No. 468) to regulate crim-
inal practice in the Federal courts,
8616, 8663

on the bill (H. R. No. 188) to authorize
the Secretary of the Interior to make
partition of tne reservation to Me sbin-
go*me-sia, a Miami Indian... 8668. 8620

on the bill (8. No. 881) to provide for
the abatement or repayment of taxes
on distilled spirits in bond destroyed
by casualty. 8899, 8668

on the bill (H. R. No. 1662) in relation
to the construction of a new jail for the
District of Columbia... 8672, 8660

on the bill (H. R. No. 1914) to authorise
the Secretary of the Interior to nego-
tiate with the head-men of the Sho-
shone and Bannock tribes of Indians
for the relinquishment of a portion of
their reservation in Wyommg Terri-
tory 8617, 8748, 8792

on the bill (H. R. No. 2116) to amend
an act to provide for the better security
of life on board of vessels propelled

in whole or in part by steam 3617,

8686, 8677

on the bill (H. R. No. 1070) makingap-
propriatians for the service of the rost
Office Department for the year ending
June 80, 1878 8681, 8686, 8826, 8876

on the bill (fl. R. No. 1636) to abol-
ish the tribal relations of the Miami
Indians 877*, 8826

on the bill (S. No. 478) to further the
administration of justice 8792

on the bill (H. R. No. 1390) for the
relief of the sureties of Jesse J. Simp-
kins 8776, 8798, 8870

on the biH (H. R. No. 2044) to authorize
the appointment of shipping commis-
sioners by the several Circuit courts of
the United States to superintend the
shipping and discharge of seamen en-
gaged in merchant snips beloi\ging to
the (Jnited States, Jbc 8798, 3826

on Uie bill (H. R. No. 1848) supplemental
to an act for tbe apportionment of Rep-
resentatives to Congress amon^ the
several Bfates according tb the nfnth
census..... 8798, 8842, 3848

on tbe bill (H. R. No. 1541) mailing

appropriations for the support of the

Army for the year ending June 80,

* 1«78 8824, 3842, 8976

on tbe bill (S. No. 1078) increasing the
rates of pension to certain persons
therein described 8931

on the bill (fl. R. No. 1) to revrse, con-
BOiidate, and amend tlie statutes relating
to the Post Office Department 3982

on the bill (H. R. No. 872) to provide for
the sale of certain Indian lands in
Kansas 8929,4022

OB the bill (H. R. N6; 266) confirmingto
the Pdrt Huron and Lake Itichigan
Railroad Company the lands hereto-
fore granted to the State of Mich-
igan to m. in the constmction k)f
a railroad fiiom Qtand Haven to
Ftint, ^c 4080, 4104, 4436

on tike bill (H. R. No. 2^^) to ^Uce the

duties oa iidporta and intemitl taxes,

4101, 4183



Committees — ConfinuecL
of, conference —

on the bin (S. No. 608) for the relief of
certain trioes of Indians in the northern
Superintendency 4174, 4175, 4486

on the biH (S. No. 984) granting the rieht
of way through the puolic lands to Uie
Denver and ^io Grande Railroad Com-
pany 4174, 4176

on the bill (H. R. No. 1262) for the relief
of Charles Hipp 4316, 4329

on the bill (H. R. No. 2682) -making
appropriations for the payment of claims
reported allowed by the commissioners
or claims, under the act of Congress of
March 8, 1871 4316, 4426

on tlie bill (H. R. No. 2208) making
appropriations for the rep^if, preserva-
tion, and completion of certain public
works on rivers andharboi^, 4318,4324
^ on the biU (H. R. No. 1671) making ap-
propriations for the construction, pres-
ervation, and repairs of certain fortifica-
tions and works of defense. ..4818, 4324

. on the bill (S. No. 996) to repeal so much
of section six of ao act making appro-
priations for the support of the Army
for the year ending June 80, 1870, and
for other purposes, approved iMarch 8,
1869, as pronibited promotions in the
sta£P departments of the Army 4819

on the bill- (H. R. No. 2706) making
appropriations for sundry civil expenses
of the Goverotnent for the year ending

June 80, 1878 , „...4420,

4436,4436,4448,4449

on the bill (H. R. No. 2046) for the relief
of Theodore Adams 4446, 4447

on the bill (H. R. No. 827) to authorize
the construction of bridges across the

Ohio river , 4457, 4469

Commune in Paris, resolutibn in ireference

to the Itction of the French Government

toward the prisoners captnred ftdm the —

[By Mr. Mdeman, December 18, 1871.]
motion* 'to suspend the ' rules and pass the

resolution disagreed to, 200.
Comparel, Theodore S., biH (S. No. 494)

placing the name of, on the pension-

roH.
received from Senate, 1720 ; referred, 1722 ;

reported and passed; 2168: enrolled,

2212.
Compensation— ^ee Pay, Salary.
bill (H. R. No. 482) regulating the, of criers
and bailiffs of united States courts — [By
Mr. Peters.]

referred, 66 ; reported and passed, 8462.
bill (H. R. No. 608) increasing the, of let-
ter-carriers, under the free-delivery sys-
tem, to $1,200 per annum— ^[By Mr. L.
Myers.]

referred, 69.
bill (H. R. No. 668) for the ascertainment
and ebcamination of claims for, for the
use and destruction of private property
by the United States Army during the
late war fbr the preservation of the
Union in the States not proclaio^ed as
in insutrectiot) to the United States —
[By Mt. Ritchie.]

referred, 196.
resolutibn to fi^t by law the mileage and,
of members of committees sitting dur-
ing the recess ; also of witnesses — [By
Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, December 19,
1871.)

agreed to, 281.
joint resoltitiifn (H. R; No. 68) in relation
to the duties of the fidvisory board in
the Qiflttter of citll service reform to
regulate .appointments to the civil ser-
vice arid, therefor— [By Mr. Wilson, of
IndianaJ^ *

reftm^ 802.
bill (H. R:- No. 1120)^ to increase the, of
the chief clerk of the Department of
Stote—[Bv Mr. Monroe.] '

referred, 498; reported, 1161.



Compensation — Continued,
bill (H. R. No. 1841) to regulate the em-
ployment and, of clerks at the com-
mittees of the House of Representa-
tives— [Bv Mr. WilUrd.]

reported and recommitted, 791; reported,

■ 1049 j discussed, 1049 ; panted, 1061 ;
discussed, 11^5^ bill withdrawal 1189.

remarks by —

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts 1061

Mr. FarusWorth 1049, 1060, 1061

Mr. Garfield, of Ohio 1061

Mr. Hoar 1049, 1061

Mr. Holman 1187

Mr. Kerr .1061, 1137

Mr. Peters,..., * 1137

Mr. Willard.... 701, 1049,

1060, 1061, 1060, 1136, 1186« 1139

Mr. Wood... ^ 1135, 1186, 1137

bill (H. R. No. 1423) to fix the,' of the
judge of the United States district court
tor the northern district of lilihois — [By
Mr. F^rwell.]

referred, 988.
bill (H. R. No. 1628) to provide for the
auditing and payment or claims for, for
Indian depredations — [By Mr. Clagett. 1

referred, 973 ; committee discharged and
bill tabled, 1581.
bill (H. R. No. 1811) to mrant ^duional,
to the muM^shal of the district of South
Carolina for the year ending Jane 30,
1872— [By Mr. Rainey.]

referred, 1898.
bill (H. R. No. 1958) to fix the, of gangers
at the port of Boston — [By Mr. Sutler,
of Massachusetts.]

referred, 1778.
bill (S. No. 618) iiuthorizing, to the mem-
oers of company B,' fourteenth infantry,
for private property destroyed by fire
on tne Nashville and Chattanooga rail-
road.

received horn Senate, 2342 ; referred, 2401.
subject of, for the destruction of private

Sroperty during the war. discussed in
ommittee of the Who^ by-
Mr. Ritchie ..2406

Mr. Leach 2408

bill (H. R. Ho. 2261) to authorize the Sec
retar^ of the Treasury to make, t.o the
captors of the steamers Morning Light
and Louisiana Belle during the late
wai^[By Mr. Banks.]

bi gnu^t additional,

district of' South
1 of four months
r. Peters.]
86 *f passed Sen-
4138; agreed to,
I enrollment cor-
jproved, 4460.
bi , , IX the, of gaugers

and meaanrers at the port of Bos-
ton — [By Mr. Sawyer.] , '
reported and passed, 8771. ^
' resoLutioD to pa^ Williap Henry Hall, Jere-
miah Smith, Arthur Wells, John Dou-

borers
during
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Michigaa ,...........«..«' 8

petitions presented by. 8017^ 8896, 3864

bills introduced by-
No. 476— for the 'tfelief of Selah V.

Reeve 86

No. 778— relating to the Htoitation of
steam prdsaure pa towing and frei|^ht
boiOs'on the Mississippi river and its

tributeries 216

No. 1006 — to promote immigration to the
United States..... '. 895



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CoDger, Omar D,, a Bepresentatiya from

Michigan — ConUjfuU^. ' ,

bills introdtioed by —

Ko.. 1237— to provide for completing the
survey of. Port Gratiot military reserva-
tion, JPort Huron, in the State of Michi-
gan ,...',. .r,.*»t|. .v»>» •••«•• •••»• 681

No. 1525— to authorize the Secretary of
War to survey, plat, And sellthe present
cemetery grounds upon the ForLGratiot
military reservation..: i.l...»^ 972

No. 1581 — to proyide for the .reorganiza-
tion of (he Treasury Departmeiu of the
United States 975

No. 1925—10 proiDOte immigration to the
United States....:.... , 1681

No. 1948 — for the t^lief of tbe Xa^^^rican
Ej^press Company:. ..' 1728

No. 2048 — authorizing an American re
gister to the Dutch bark Alioe Tarle-
ton .'.....'..:.' .....1886

No.' 2044— to authorize the appointment
of shipping coihmiefioners oy.the sev-
eral circuit courts of tbe United States,
to superintend ihe shipping and dis-
charge of seamen engaged in merchant
ships balonging to the United States,
ana for the further protection of sea-
men...... .'. .^. »»..«. .•• ...^« «..»..• 1886

joint repolution introduxjed by— r ,

No. 65— relating to the linlkitation of Steam
pres8ure on towing and freight boats on
the Mississippi nv^ and its tribnta-

ries ^ 199

resolutions submitted by — ^

is reference to obstructions in the Chip-

J^ewa-river— [December 19, 1871], 216
ling for information ia regard lo Uni-
ted Slates steamers employed i^on the

lakes— [Janiiary IB, 1872] , 470

reports made by..... 1 ......199, 859,

1185, 184j>, 1886, 2542, 2548, 3228, 8886

incidental remarks by, 29, 58, 115, 199, 200,

216, 442, 508, 544, 684, 662, 681, 684,

693, 784, 785. 881, 1178, 1215, 1269,

. 1274, 1887, 1888, 1845, 1397, 1510, 1611,

1886, 2078, 2272, 2401, 2548, 2548, 2593,
2746, 2751, 2945, 8219, 8294^ 8838, 8881,
8414, 8463, 8526, 8087, 3745, 37Ji8, 8836,
8887, 8888,3846, 8864, 8939. 4022, 4025,
4089, 4097; 4186, 4140, 4177, 4313, 4315,
4822. 4323, 4326, 4829, 4388, '4450, 4457

rematkH on the biil granting an i^rease of
pension to Wan eh Haymond 626

on the legislative ^Appropriation bill. ,.631,
.682,^688^ 2379, 2881

on the bUl to evtabtish an educational
fund t90, 800

on resolution to draw for iBeats...»884, 908

on the bill to provide fpr a public build-
ing at Albany, New York.. ...997

on tbe bill to change the name of the
schooner Lois to Sea- WNh ....',...1186

CD tbe bill for the relief of preemption
settlers in California........,: 1214

on the bill relating td^W^iop lands near
Buffalo . ^ :.. 1215

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1548,
1568, 1614, 1618^1668, 1654, 8834

oa the St. Croij: and Lake Superior rail-
road bilL. ..^^ .,...1689,

1696, 1696, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1718, 1719

on tbe billaathorizing the appointment of
shipping commissioners » 1836,

1887, 1888, 1868, 1900, 2172, 2173,
2176, 2177, 2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2182;
2188, 2206, 2207, 2208,3644, 8798, 3886

on the order of bii&mesa. 1838,

1889, 2786, 2745, 2819, 3008, 3053,
3080, 8466, 8626, 4026, 4182, 4829, 4480

on the Chicago relielbiU „..1868,

1869, 1870, 1871, 1872, 1878, 2060
on the bill to provide lor the security of

life on board steamers. 1961,

20^,2116, 2141, 2142, 2143,
2l4iy 2146, 2147, 2160, 2169
(S^^ Appendix.)

oh ihe bill to aecure the piiblic lands to
actual settlers 2170



Conger, Omar D., a Representfttiv^ frpm
Michigan — Continued.
remarks OQ the,Port Huron and Lake Michi-
gan railroad biU 2275, 2441, 2442

. on ihe bill to prevent cruelty to animals in

transit on railroads... 2366

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 2448, 2444, 2445, 2446, 2447,

2448, 2449, 2450, 2451, 2452, 4317
on the bill granting a pension to Kittie A.

Sniith 2748

on Uie bill relative to the centennial

international exhibition 2888, 2889

on tariff and tax bill, 2929.8008.3046,3047,
8218, 3215, 8216, 3218, 3231, 3232. 8284,
8285, 8236, 3899, 8400, 8401, 8403, 8404,
8405, 8460, 8452, 8454, 3460, 3509, 3611,
8522, 8564, 8566, 8567, 3568, 8570.3055,
(see Afpeadix,)¥i^^j 4207, 4208, 4209
on the Helena and Northern Utah rail

road biU 2952

on the soldiers' homestead bill 8171

on the bill relative to retired officers of

the Army..., \ 8223, 8224

on the bill to amend the laws relating to

pensions 8391, 3392,^3194,8396

on the bill for the relief of certain home-
stead settlers 8629

on the Loomis atrial telegraph bill... 8667,

8669, 8686, 3687

on the Davenport and St. Paul railroad

bill....... 8687

on the civil appropriation bill......... 3753,

8760. 4422, 4424, 4454
on the bill for the relief of the widow of

D. JayBrown^ 8889

on the call of the Hoaso. 8848,

. ' 8850,3852,8863,8856,8867,

8858, 8869, 8861, 3862, 8868

on the KnK{ox outrages...... ....M...4081

on the bin relating to steam pressure on

towing boats « 4330, 4446

on the bill to ^ive the bark Jewess an
American register.....^. .............. .4881

Congress, biU (H. a. No. 722) providing for
the future meeting of— [By Mr. Comingo.]
referred, 198.
Congressional Globe, resolatjon to ascertain
the amount of money paid to the- printers



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