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Mr. HOLMAN appealed from that decision. I clerks in the office of the House of Representa
The decision of the Chair was sustained-yeas tives as receive $2,500 and upward (including 92, nays 29.
the petition clerk and printing clerk) and notinMr. Donnan raised the point of order that this creased in this act, $3,000 each; and of such as reamendment, in substance, if not verbatim, had ceiye $2,160, the sum of $2,500 each; and of such once before been negatived by the House. as receive $1,800, the sum of $2,160 each; and of The Chair overruled the point.
the clerks of the following committees, namely: Mr. DAWES moved, as a substitute for Mr. B. Claims, Judiciary, Public Lands, Military ÅfF. BUTLER's amendment, the following:
fairs, and Elections, $2,500 each; the doorkeeper That from and after the first day of January, of the House, $3,000; and additional pay to the 1873, there shall be paid, in addition to their chief engineer, $360, (80 as to equalize his pay compensation now fixed by law, twenty-five per with that of the chief engineer of the Senate;) cent. of the same in addition thereto, as compen- and additional pay to the foreman oflaborers, $126 sation to all officers in the several custom houses per annum. And it is bereby provided that the of the United States whose annual compensation increase of compensation of the officers, clerks, as now fixed by law does not exceed $2,500 per and others in the employ of the Senate and annum,
House of Representatives shall apply to the But subsequently proposed to withdraw it. present Congress, and a sum sufficient therefor Mr. J. H. PLATT Objected.
is hereby appropriated. Mr. Dawes moved to amend the original text Mr. GARFIELD moved to amend Mr. BUTLER's of the Senate amendment by striking out the last amendment by striking out“$1,800” and insertword, and subsequently proposed to withdraw it. ing "$1,700," so as to raise the salaries of such Mr. Platt objected.
clerks as receive $1,700 to $2,160. The amendment was disagreed to.
Mr. B. F. BUTLER 80 modified his amendment. Mr. J. R. HAWLEY moved to make the amount Mr. BURDETT moved to amend Mr. B. F. BUT$3,600 instead of $3,500, and subsequently with- LER's amendment by adding to it the following drew it.
words: Mr. G. F. Hoar renewed it, pro forma.
And the messenger in charge of the documents The amendment was rejected.
in the office of the Clerk of the House, the sum of Mr. HOLMAN'S amendment was then disagreed $2,160 per annum, and such as now receive $1,440, to, he having renewed it pro forma.
the sum of $1,800 each per annum, and such as Mr. Dawes' amendment in the nature of a now receive $3.60 per day, the sum of $1,800 each substitute for Mr. BUTLER's amendment was dis- per annum. agreed to-yeas 44, nays 109.
Mr. Holman moved that the committee rise. Mr. UPSON moved to strike out of Mr. B. F. Disagreed to-yeas 46, nays 66. BUTLER'S amendment the words “including Sen- Mr. BURDETT's amendment to the amendment ators, Representatives, and Delegates in the was agreed to. Forty-Second Congress," and the words “includ- Mr. L. MYERS moved to add that the clerk of ing those of the Forty-Second Congress ;" which the Committee on Patents and Private Land was disagreed to-yeas 60, nays 76.
Claims be paid $1,800 per annum. Mr. DAWES moved to amend Mr. B. F. BUT- Mr. SAWYER moved to amend by adding the LER's amendment by adding to it the proposition clerk of the Committee on Commerce. he had previously offered as a substitute. Dis | Mr. SARGENT moved that the committee rise. agreed to-yeas 9; nays not counted
| Agreed to-yeas 65, nays 55. Mr. POTTER moved to strike out of Mr. BUT- The committee accordingly rose and reported LER'S amendment"$7,500” and insert“ $6,500." progress to the House; and on motion of Mr. Disagreed to.
RANDALL (at 1.17 a. m.) the House adjourned. Mr. HOLMAN (at nearly one o'clock)moved that February 27—The House being in Committee the committee do now rise, but subsequently of the Whole on the legislative appropriation withdrew the motion.
bill, Mr. COBURN moved to strike out so much of Mr. GARFIELD asked unanimous consent to the amendment as provides for increasing the pass over informally the first Senate amendment. pay of the President, Vice President, and mem- Unanimously agreed to. bers of the Senate and House of Representatives. Mr. RANDALL offered the following:
Mr. HOLMAN (at ten minutes to one o'clock) That twenty per cent be, and is hereby, added moved that the committee rise.
to the present salary of all the employees of the The committee refused-yeas. 47, nays 71. House of Representatives and of the Senate, Mr. COBURN's amendment was then disagreed to. And asked that it go to the Committee on Ap
Mr. Donnan moved to strike out“ $7,500"and propriations. It was so ordered. insert "$5,500.” Disagreed to.
Mr. Cox moved that the committee rise. The Mr. GARFIELD asked the committee to rise. committee refused. Refused.
The next Senate amendment was read, as folMr. B. F. BUTLER's amendment was then lows: agreed to-yeas 81, nays 66.
In lines 22 and 23, page of the bill, strike out Mr. B. F. BUTLER offered the following amend " 2,592" and insert “3,000;" so it will read: ment as being in the main the amendment re-principal executive clerk, minute and journal ported by the Committee on Appropriations : clerk, and financial clerk in the office of the Sec
Add to the amendment the following: retary of the Senate, at $3,000 each.
And there is hereby appropriated a sum suffi- Mr. GARFIELD moved to non-concur in all the cient to make the annual salaries of such of the Senate amendments from the second to the eigh
teenth, both inclusive, in accordance with the Which was agreed to, and the Senate amendrecommendation of the Committee on Appropri- ment thus amended was concurred in. ations, stating that they were each and all The eighty-eighth amendment was to insert amendments on the part of the Senate raising $4,500” in place of “$4,000,” for salaries of five the salaries of their officers.
Tjudges of the Court of Claims. Non-concurred The amendments were non-concurred in.
The twenty-second amendment of the Senate, The ninety-first amendment of the Senate, riz: viz: to insert “the same to be available from and Under the heading of Department of Justice after the 3d day of March, 1873," so it will read: strike out $3.000 and insert $2,500, so it will
For compensation and mileage of members of read, "law clerk, $2,500," was non-concurred the House of Representatives and delegates from in. Territories, $1,650,000, the same to be available Subsequently Mr. GARFIELD moved that the from and after the 1st day of March, 1873, committee rise. The committee rose. In the
In compliance with the recommendation of the House committee, was concurred in.
Mr. GARFIELD moved that a recess until 8 The twenty-third Senate amendment, viz: lo'clock p. m. be taken.
Strike out “3,600” and insert“ 3,000," so it Mr. HOLMAN moved to adjourn-a motion will read, “chief clerk $3,000,"
which Mr. GARFIELD declared to mean another In compliance with the committee's recom- session. mendation, was non-concurred in.
The motion to adjourn was lost; and the moThe twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, tion to take a recess was agreed to. twenty-seventh, twenty-eighth, and twenty After the recess came up the ninety-fourth ninth amendments-all relating to officers of the Senate amendment, to add as a new section the House-the Senate having stricken out what the following: House had put in as to the salaries of House offi- SEC. 3. That from and after the first day of cers, &c., were then non-concurred in at the re- January, 1873, the salaries of the Assistant quest of the committee, so as to throw the whole Secretaries, the Solicitor, the Register, and the subject into the conference, in view of the amend- Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department already put on by the House-yeas 22, ment, the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, Days 82.
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the ComThe next Senate amendment was to strike out missioner of Agriculture, the Commissioner of “$1,400” and insert “$1,200" as pay of clerk in Customs, the Auditors of the Treasury, the Comthe office of public buildings and grounds. missioner of the General Land Office, the Com
Mr. GARFIELD moved that the committee rise, missioner of Pensions, and the Assistants Post&c.; which was done.
masters General, the superintendent of the February 28-In Committee of the Whole, the money-order system, and the superintendent of last-named amendment being read, Mr. GARFIELD foreign mails of the Post Office Department, shall asked, on the part of the Committee on Appro- l be $4,000 each per annum. priations, non-concurrence.
Mr. Banks moved to amend it by adding the Mr. GARFIELD moved that the committee rise to following: close debate. Agreed to, and the committee rose. And the salaries of the two chiefs of the diplo
Subsequently the House again went into Com- matic and of the consular bureaus in the Departmittee of the Whole.
ment of State, and of the chiefs of the bureaus The Senate amendment was then concurred in. of accounts and of indices and archives, shall be
The next Senate amendment was to strike out$2,400 each per annum. in the paragraph in regard to the Treasurer of The amendment of Mr. BANKS was adopted. the United States, Assistant Treasurer, &c., the Mr. HOOPER moved to further amend the Senfollowing:
ate amendment by adding the following: Provided, That $8,500 are hereby appropriated "That from and after the 1st day of July, 1873, to be expended in the office of the Treasurer of there shall be paid in addition to their present the United States, at the discretion of the Secre- compensation twenty per cent. of the same in tary of the Treasury.
addition thereto, as compensation to all officers, Which was non-concurred in.
clerks, and employees in the several Executive The eighty-seventh Senate amendment was: Departments whose annual compensation does
In the appropriation for United States courts not exceed $3,000, and ten per cent. in like manstrike out "for two retired justices of the Su- ner to officers whose compensation exceeds $3,000 preme Court, $16,000," and insert "for one re- per annum, and which shall be in lieu of all tired justice of the Supreme Court, $8,000.” other compensation."
Mr. MERRIAM moved to amend it by adding: The amendment was disagreed to.
And that the salaries of the clerks of the Mr. GARFIELD moved to amend by inserting Supreme Court of the United States and the before the words "Assistant Secretaries" the supreme court of the District of Columbia, re- words “ Assistant Secretaries of State and the spectively, shall not exceed the sum of $5,000 | Examiner of Claims." Agreed to. per annum; and that the excess of fees collected Mr. FARNSWORTH moved to amend by adding by them, respectively, above that sum shall be the following: paid into the Treasury of the United States, and “And the salaries of the female clerks in the that said clerks shall respectively make semi-various Departments who now receive $900 per annual returns of the amount of fees received by annum shall be $1,200 per annum from and after them to the Secretary of the Treasury of the the 1st day of July, A. D. 1873.” Agreed to. United States.
| Mr. W. TOWNSEND moved to insert “ $4,500"
in place of “$4,000" in Senate amendment, but asked that gentlemen who wish separate votes subsequently withdrew it.
I on amendments may indicate the same. The Senate amendment thus amended was then Mr. B. F. BUTLER moved that the rules be concurred in.
suspended, and that the bill, with amendments The 94th Senate amendment, with the amend adopted in Committee of the Whole on the State ments thereto, was then concurred in.
of the Union, be passed. Mr. GARFIELD asked the committee to return Mr. STEVENSON raised a point of order that to the first Senate amendment.
members could not vote upon these amendments, Mr. L. MYERS asked unanimous consent to because pecuniarily interested. offer the following amendment:
The SPEAKER Overruled the point of order for That the inspectors of customs at the ports of several reasons, and stated one, viz: that the New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, New whole line of precedents was against the point Orleans, San Francisco, and Portland shall, in of order. lieu of their present compensation, hereafter be Mr. HOLMAN moved that the House now adpaid the sum of five dollars per diem; and the journ. Disagreed to. night inspectors of customs at said ports shall, in On suspending the rules there were-yeas 69, lieu of their present compensation, hereafter be nays 62: so the house refused. paid the sum of four dollars per diem; and the The previous question was seconded, and the salaries of the several appraisers, assistant ap- main question ordered. praisers, and examiners of customs whose salaries Mr. Upson asked a separate vote upon the first do not now, as fixed by law, exceed $2,500, shall amendment acted upon in Committee of the hereafter be increased twenty per cent. of their Whole, in relation to salaries. present annual compensation.
Mr. HOLMAN asked a separate vote on the last Mr. E. HALE raised the point of order that amendment. this was an independent proposition.
The first Senate amendment, viz., in line 19 of The Chairman (Mr. DAWES) sustained the the printed bill and amendments to strike out point; and the committee returned to the first the word "and," and to insert the words "thirtySenate amendment.
six hundred dollars," was then read by the clerk, Mr. GARFIELD stated that with reference to and also the amendment to this amendment the various amendments which had been referred which was adopted by the Committee of the to the Committee on Appropriations touching | Whole, as follows. Add to the Senate amendthe employees of the House, that committee had ment: instructed him to report, as the result of its in- That on the 4th day of March, A. D. 1873, the vestigation thereof, a substitute, as follows: President of the United States shall receive for
That the salaries of the employees in the de- his services during the term for which he shall partment of Doorkeeper and Post Office of the have been elected the sum of $50,000 per annum House and elsewhere about the House be increased in full for his services, to be paid quarterly at in the same ratio and for the same period as those the Treasury; the Vice President of the United in the Clerk's desk whose salaries are raised by States shall also receive for his services during this act.
the term for which he shall have been elected Which was agreed to.
the sum of $10,000 per annum in full for his serThe Chairman (Mr. DAWES) stated that the vices, to be paid quarterly at the Treasury; and question was now on concurring in the first the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the amendment of the Senate as amended by the va- United States shall receive the sum of $10,500 rious amendments adopted in Committee of the per annum, and the justices of the Supreme Court Whole.
of the United States shall receive the sum of Mr. B. F. BUTLER and others objected to this $10,000 per annum each, to be paid quarterly at statement of the question, and Mr. TYNER de- the Treasury; the Secretary of State, the Secreclared that while he (Mr. T.) was temporarily tary of the Treasury, the Secretary of War, the occupying the chair, he (Mr. T.) had put the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Inquestion to the committee as to this first Senate terior, the Attorney General, and the Postmaster amendment: “Will the committee concur in the General shall receive $10,000 per annum each amendment of the gentleman from Massachusetts for their services; and each Assistant Secretary to the amendment of the Senate with an amend of the Treasury, State, and Interior Departments ment?” and that in that form it was passed shall receive as annual compensation, to be paid upon.
quarterly, $6,500; and the Speaker of the House The Chairman (Mr. Dawes) accepted this of Representatives shall receive compensation at statement of fact from Mr. TYNER, but could the rate of $10,000 per annum, and Senators and not understand why unanimous consent was Representatives in Congress, and Delegates from afterwards obtained to pass over this amendment, the Territories admitted to a seat in Congress, He ruled that it was not necessary for the com- including Senators, Representatives, and Delemittee to vote upon the Senate amendment as gates in the Forty-Second Congress, shall receive perfected.
compensation at the rate of $7,500 per annum Mr. GARFIELD moved that the committee rise each ; and in lieu of mileage there shall be aland report the bill to the House with amend- lowed to each Senator, Representative, and Delements. Agreed to.
gate, including those of the Forty-Second ConThe bill being reported to the House,
gress, his actual expenses from his place of Mr. GARFIELD called the previous question on residence to Washington city, at the commencethe amendments reported by the Committee of ment of each session of Congress, and return, to the Whole, and, if that call was sustained, he be certified in a bill of items, to be filed as a
voucher; and the sum of $1,200,000, or so much | dredge, Elliott, H. D. Foster, Getz, Giddings, thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropri- Golladay, Griffith, Haldeman, Hancock, Handated therefor.
lley, Harper, G. E. Harris, Hays, J. W. Hazelton, The amendment of the Committee of the Whole Hereford, Herndon, Houghton, Kellogg, King, was non-concurred in-yeas 69, nays 121: Lamison, Lansing, Leach, MacIntyre, Marshall,
YEAS-Messrs. Averill, Banks, Bingham, J. G. Maynard, McGrew, McJunkin, McKinney, Mer. Blair, Boarinan, Buckley, Burdett, R. R. Butler, rick, B. F. Meyers, Morey, L. Myers, Negley, C. L. Cobb, Coghlan, Conner, Critcher, Darrall, S. L. Niblack, Orr, Packard, Packer, H. W. ParDickey, Dodds, DuBose, Duke, Eldredge, Elliott, ker, I. C. Parker, Peck, Pendleton, Perce, J. H. Garrett, Getz, Giddings, Golladay, Hancock, Platt, Price, Prindle, Rainey, Randall, E. Y. Hanks, Harper, G. E. Harris, Hays, Herndon, | Rice, J. M. Rice, Ritchie, J. Č. Robinson, J. RogHoughton, King, Lamison, Lansing, Maynard, ers, S. H. Rogers, Sessions, Shanks, Sheldon, f. McJunkin, Morey, Morphis, L. Myers, Negley, Sherwood, Shober, Slater, Slocum, H. B. Smith, S. L. Niblack, Beck, Perce, J. H. Platt, Price, Snapp, Snyder, Speer, Sprague, Storm, Stowell, Prindle, Rainey, Randall, J. C. Robinson, J. St. John, Sypher, Terry, C. R. Thomas, D. TownRogers, S. H. Rogers, Shanks, Sheldon, H. Sher- send, W. Townsend, Turner, Twichell, Tyner, wood, Sloss, Snapp, Snyder, Storm, Stoughton, Waddell, Wakeman, Whiteley, Williams of InSt. John, Sutherland, Sypher, C. R. Thomas, Tur- diana, J. M. Wilson, P. M. B. Young—114. ner, Tuthill, Waddell, Wallace, Whiteley, Wil Nays-Messrs. Acker, Ambler, Barber, Beatty, liars of Indiana, P. M B. Young-69.
A. BLAIR, Burchard, Conger, Cotton, Cox, Crebs, Nays-Messrs. Acker. Adams, Ambler, Arthur, Dawes, Donnan, Donnell, Esty, FARNSWORTI, Barber, Beatty, S. N. Bell, Bigby, Bird, A. BLAIR, Finkelnburg, C. Foster, W. Ď. Foster, Frye, BOLES, Braxton, Buffinton, Bunnell, Burchard, Garfield, GOODRICH, E. Hale, Hanks, Havens, J. B. F. Butler, R. P. Caldwell, Coburn, Conger, B. Hawley, J. R. Hawley, Hay, G. W. HazelCotton, Cox, Crebs, Crossland, J. J. Davis, Dawes, ton, Hibbard, Hill, G. F. Hoar, Holman, Kelley, Donnan, Dox, Duell, Dunnell, Eames, FARNS- Lowe, J. Lynch, McClelland, McCrary, Merriam, WORTI, Finkelnburg, C. Foster, H. D. Foster, W. Monroe, Morphis, W. E. Niblack, Palmer, PoD. Foster, Frye, Garfield, GOODRICH, Griffith, E. land, Potter, Read, E. H. Roberts, Sargent, SawHale, Halsey, Handley, J. T. Harris, Havens, J. yer, Scofield, Shellabarger, Shoemaker, J. A. B. Hawley, J. R. Hawley, Hay, G. W. Hazel. Smith, Stevenson, Upson, Walden, Waldron, ton, J. W. Hazelton, Hereford, Hibbard, Hill, Wells, Wheeler, Whitthorne, C. W. Willard, J. T. G. F. Hoar, Holman, Kelley, Kellogg, Kerr, Wilson–61. Killinger, Kinsella, Lamport, Lowe, J. Lynch, March 1-The legislative appropriation bill MacIntyre, Marshall, McClelland, McCormick, being before the House, McCrary, McGrew, McHenry, McKinney, Merri- Mr. B. F. BUTLER made an explanation of the am, Merrick, B. F. Meyers, Monroe, W. E. Nib- status of the bill, and said that to get the question lack, Orr, Packard, Packer, Palmer, H. W. Par. of salaries before the two houses, it was necessary ker, 1. C. Parker, Pendleton, Perry, Poland, Pote for the House to adopt some proposition. He said ter, Read, E. Y. Rice, J. M. Rice, Ritchie, É. H. he was in different whether it was fixed at $7,500, Roberts, Rusk, Sargent, Sawyer, Scofield, Ses- $6,500, or $6,000. sions, Shellabarger, Shober, Shoemaker, Slocum, Mr. SARGENT suggested that "he make it $6,H. B. Smith, J. A. Smith, W. C. Smith, Speer, 500, and cut off all mileage and allowances." Sprague, Starkweather, Stevenson, Swann, D. Mr. B. F. BUTLER proposed, by unanimous Townsend, W. Townsend, Twichell, Tyner, Up-consent or by a suspension of the rules, to fix the son, Vaughan, Wakeman, Walden, Waldron, salary at $6,500. Wells, Wheeler, C. W. Willard, J. M. Wilson, J. Mr. BEATTY objected. T. Wilson-121.
The SPEAKER thought that the rules could not Mr. B. F. BUTLER moved to reconsider the vote be suspended, nor was there unanimous consent. just taken, and pending that motion he moved Mr. B. F. BUTLER moved to reconsider the vote that the House adjourn.
by which the main question was ordered, and Mr. SARGENT raised the point of order that called the previous question upon that motion. under a former ruling a member who votes with Mr. PERCE demanded the regular order. the prevailing side merely for the purpose of Upon motion of Mr. FARNSWORTH, to lay upon moving to reconsider will not be recognized for the table the motion of Mr. B. F. BUTLER to rethat purpose.
consider the vote by which the House refused to The SPEAKER stated that that ruling was where agree to the amendment made in Committee of the right to hold the floor for discussion was in the Whole to the first Senate amendment, the volved, and overruled the point.
| House refused to lay it upon the table-yeas 66, Mr. Cox moved to lay upon the table the mo- pays 105: tion to reconsider; which was declared out of YEAS—Messrs. Acker, Ambler, Archer, Arthur, order.
Barber, Barnum, Beatty, S. N. Bell, A. BLAIR, The House then (at 11.25 p.m.) decided to ad- BOLES, Buffinton, Burchard, Coburn, Conger, Cotjourn-yeas 114, nays 61:
ton, Cox, Dawes, Donnan, Eames, Esty, FARNSYEAs - Messrs. Adams, Archer, Arthur, Av- WORTH, Finkelnburg, C. Foster, W. Ď. Foster, erill, Banks, Bigby, Bingham, Bird, J. G. Blair, Frye, Garfield, GOODRICH, E. Hale, J. B. Hawley, Boarman, BOLES, Braxton, Bright, Buckley, Buf- / J. R. Hawley, Hays, G. W. Hazelton, Hibbard, finton, Bunnell, Burdett, B. F. Butler, R. R. Holman, Kellogg, Killinger, J. Lynch, MacButler, R. P. Caldwell,' C. L. Cobb, Coburn, Intyre, McC'rary, McGrew, Merriam, Merrick, Coghlan, Conner, Critcher, Crossland, Darrall, | Mitchell, Monroe, W. E Niblack, Pendleton, J. J. Davis, Dickey, DuBose, Duell, Eames, El- | Read, E. Y. Rice, E. H. Roberts, Roosevelt, Rusk, Sawyer, Scofield, Shoemaker, J. A. Smith, venson, Swann, Terry, Upson, Walden, Waldron, Starkweather, Stevenson, Swann, Terry, Upson, Wells, Wheeler, C. W. Willard, J. T. Wilson-79. Walden, Waldron, Wells, Wheeler, C. W. 'Wil The question then recurred on ordering the lard, J. T. Wilscn—66.
main question upon concurring in the Senate NaY8—Messrs. Ames, Averill, BANKS, Bigby, amendment as amended by the Committee of the Bingham, Bird, J. G. Blair, Boarman, Braxton, Whole. Buckley, Bunnell, Burdett, B. F. Butler, R. R. Mr. BUTLER moved to reconsider the vote by Butler, Campbell, C. L. Cobb, Coghlan, Comingo, which the main question was ordered. Agreed Critcher, Crocker, Darrall, Dodds, DuBose, Du-to. ell, Duke, Dunnell, Eldredge, Elliott, H. D. Fos- The question then recurred on concurring in ter, Getz, Giddings, Golladay, Griffith, Hancock, the Senate amendment as amended by the CoraHarmer, Harper, G. E. Harris, J. T. Harris, mittee of the Whole. Hays, J. W. Hazelton, Herndon, Houghton, Mr. SARGENT moved to amend the amendment Kendall, King, Lamison, Lamport, Lansing, as follows, and demanded the previous question: Leach, Maynard, McClelland, McJunkin, MC- Strike out after “Senators, Representatives, Kee, McKinney, B. F. Meyers, Morey, Morphis, and Delegates in the Forty-Second Congress,' L. Myers, Negley, S. L. Niblack, Packard, the following: Packer, Peck, Perce, Perry, J. H. Platt, Potter, 1. "Shall receive compensation at the rate of Price, Prindle, Rainey, Randall, J. M. Rice, J. $7,500 per annum each, and in lieu of mileage C. Robinson, J. Rogers, S. H. Rogers, Sargent, there shall be allowed to each Senator, RepreSessions, Shanks, Sheldon, Shellabarger, H. Šher-sentative, and Delegate, including those of the wood, Sloss, H. B. Smith, W. C. Smith, Snapp, Forty-Second Congress, his actual expenses from Snyder, Speer, B. N. Stevens, Storm, Stoughton, his place of residence to Washington city, at the Stowell, Sutherland, Sypher, C. R. Thomas, D. commencement of each session of Congress, and Townsend, W. Townsend, Turner, Tuthill, Twich- return, to be certified in a bill of items, to be ell, Vaughan, Waddell, Whiteley, Williams of filed as a voucher." Indiana, Willians of New York, J. M. Wilson, And insert in lieu thereof the following: Winchester –105.
“Shall receive $6,500 per annum each; and The question recurred upon the motion to re- this shall be in lieu of any other pay or any alconsider; which was agreed to geas 105, nays lowance for mileage, newspapers, or stationery." 79:
The previous question was seconded, and the YEAS-Messrs. Ames, Averill, BANKS, Bigby, main question ordered. Biggs, Bingham, J. G. Blair, Boarman, Buck The amendment of Mr. SARGENT was then ley, Bunnell, Burdett, B. F. Butler, R. R. But- agreed to. ler, C. L. Cobb, Coghlan, Comingo, Conner, The amendment as reported from the CommitCritcher, Darrall, Dickey, Dodds, Du Bose, Duell, tee of the Whole with the amendment of Mr. Duke, Dunnell, Eldredge, Elliott, H. D. Foster, | SARGENT was then adopted-yeas 100, nay 97: Garrett, Getz, Giddings, Golladay, Griffith, Han! YEAS-Messrs. Ames, Averill, BANKS, Bigby, cock, Harmer, Harper, G. E Harris, Hays, J. W. Bingham, Boarman, Buckley, Burdett, B. F. Hazelton, Herndon, Houghton, Kendall, King, Butler, R. R. Butler, R. P. Caldwell, C. L. Cobb, Lamison, Lamport, Lansing, Leach, Maynard, Coghlan, Comingo, Conner, Critcher, Crossland, McHenry, McJunkin, McKee, McKinney, B. F Darrall, Dickey, Dodds, DuBose, Duell, Duke, Meyers, Mitchell, Morey, Morphis, L. Myers, Dunnell, Eldredge, Elliott, H. D. Foster, Garrett, Negley, S. L. Niblack, Packard, Packer, Peck, Getz, Giddings, Golladay, Griffith, Hancock, Perce, Perry, J. H. Platt, Potter, Price, Prindle, | Hanks, Harmer, Harper, G. E. Harris, Hays, J. Rainey, Randall, J. M. Rice, J. C. Robinson, J. W. Hazelton, Herndon, Houghton, Kendall, Rogers, S. H. Rogers, Shanks, Sheldon, Shella- King, Lamison, Lamport, Lansing, Leach, Maybarger, H. Sherwood, Sloss, H. B. Smith, W. C. nard, McHenry, McJunkin, McKee, McKinney, Smith, Snapp, Snyder, B. N. Stevens, Storm, B. F. Meyers, Morey, Morphis, L. Myers; Negley, Stoughton, Stowell, St. John, Sutherland, Sy. S. L. Niblack, Packard, I. C. Parker, Peck, pher, C. R. Thomas, D. Townsend, W. Townsend, Perce, Perry, J. H. Platt, Potter, Price, Prindle, Turner, Tuthill, Twichell, Vaughan, Voorhees, Rainey, Randall, J. M. Rice, J. C. Robinson, J. Waddell, Warren, Whiteley, Williams of Indi Rogers, S. H. Rogers, Sargent, Shanks, Sheldon, ana, Williams of New York, Winchester, Wood- H. Sherwood, Sloss, Snapp, Snyder, B. N. Ste
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