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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SCHUYLER COLFAX, of South Bend, Indiana, Speaker. EDWARD MOPHERSON, of Gettysburg, Penn., Clerk. (Republicans and Unionists (in Roman), 145. Democrats and Conservatives (in Italics), 17 Total, 192. Phelps (Md.), Noell (Mo.), Rousseau (Ky.), and Taylor (Tenn.), who were elected as Unionists, have been classed with the Conservatives. For the names of other Unioniste wbo, on important occasions, voted with the Conservatives, see the vote on the Civil Rights and Freedmen's Bureau Bills, on other pages. Those marked were members of the XXXVIIIth Congress. CALIFORNIA.
3 Charles E. Phelps... Baltimore. 1 Donald C. McRuer.... San Francisco. 4 *Francis Thomas.
Frankville. 2 *William Higby
5 * Benjamin G. Harris. ..Leonardtown, 3 John Bidwell Chico.
MASSACHUSETTS. 1 *Thomas D. Eliot.
New Bedford. OONNECTICUT.
2 *Oakes Ames.
.North Easton. 1 *Henry C. Deming.. .Hartford.
3 * Alexander H. Rice.. 2 Samuel L. Warner.
.Boston. 4 *Samuel Hooper.
Boston. 8*Augustus Brandegee .New London.
5 * John B. Aliey 4 John H. Hubbard.
6 Nathaniel P. Banks Waltham. DELAWARE.
7 *George S. Boutwell. Groton. 1 John A. Nicholson ... .Dover.
8 *John D. Baldwin.
9 * William B. Washburn Greenfield. 1 John Wentworth
10 "Henry L. Dawes.. .Pittstield. 2 * John F. Farnsworth. .St. Charles.
MICHIGAN. 3 *Elihu B. Washburne Galena.
1 *Fernando C. Beaman Adrian. 4 *Abner C. Harding Monmouth, 2 *Charles Upson ..
Coldwater. 5 *Ebon C. Ingersoll.
4 Thomas W. Ferry ..Grand Haven. 7 H. P. H. Bromwell. .Charleston. 5 Rowland E. Trowbridge.. Birmingham. 8 Shelby M. Cullom Springtield. 6 * John F. Driggs
East Saginaw. 9 * Lewis w. Ro88 Lowistown.
MINNESOTA. 10 Anthony Thornton .Shelbyville. 1 *William Windom.
Winona. 11 Samuel 8. Marshall. McLeansb'ro'gh 2 *Iguatius Donnelly Hastings. 12 Jehu Baker. Alton.
MISSOURI. 13 Andrew J. Kuykendall Vienna.
1 John Hogan
St. Louis. At large. S. W. Moulton .Shelbyville.
2 *Henry T. Blow.
Perryville 1 William E. Niblack Vincennes.
4 John R. Kelso...
Springfield 2 Michael C. Kerr
New Albany. 5 * Joseph W. McClurg. Linn Creck. 8 Ralph Hill
6 Robert T. Van Horn. Kansas City. 4 John H. Farqnhar. Brookville.
7 * Benjamin F. Loan St. Joseph 5 *George W. Jūlian Centreville. 8 John F. Benjamin .Palmyra. 6 *Ebenezer Dumont. .Indianapolis.
9 George W. Anderson.. .Louisiana. Henry D. Washburn.
NEVADA. 8 *Godlove S. Orth.
Virginia City 9 *Schayler Colfax.. . South Bend.
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 10 Joseph H. Detrees., .Goshen.
1 Gilman Marston,
Exeter. 11 Thomas N. Stillwell Anderson.
2 *Edward H. Rollins. .Concord. IOWA.
3 *James W. Patterson. .Hanover. 1 *James F. Wilson Fairfield.
NEW JERSEY. 2 *Hiram Price .Davenport. 1 *John F. Starr
Camden. 3 *William B. Allison Dubuque.
2 William A, Newell Allentown 4 *Josiah B. Grinnell.. Grinnell.
3 Charles Sitgreaves. Philipsburg 5 *John A. Kasson,
Des Moines. 4 *Andrew J. Rogers.. Newton. 6 *Asabel W. Hubbard Sioux City, 5 Edwin R. V Wright ... Hudson City.
KANSAS. 1 Sidney Clarke.. .Lawrence.
2 Teunis G. Bergen.
.New Utrecht. 1 L. S. Trimble.
.Brooklyn. 2 Burwell C. Ritter ..Hopkinsville.
4 Morgan Jones.
New York City. 8 Elijah Hise
5 Nelson Taylor. 4 *Aaron Harding
Greonsburg. 6 Henry J. Raymond 5 Lovell H. Rousseau.. ..Louisville.
7 * John W. Chánler 6 A. H. Ward
8 William E. Dodge. ? George S. Shanklin. Nicholasville.
9 William A. Darling 8 *William A. Randall London.
10 * William Radford
Yonkers. 9 Samuel McKeo.
Mount Sterling. 11 * Charles H. Winfield Goshen.
Dover. 1 John Lynch.
Coxsackie. 2 *Sidney Perbam.
14 Charles Goodyear Schobarie. 8 *James G. Blaine
Troy. 4 *John A. Rice
Elizabethtown. 5 *Frederick A. Pike
17 *Calvin T. Halburd. Brasher Falls. MARYLAND.
18 *James M. Marvin.. .Saratoga Sp'ga. 1 Airam McCullough.
19 Demas Hubbard, Jr.. .Smyrna. à John L. Thomas, Jr. .Baltimore. 20 Addison H. Laliin.
21 Roscoe Conkling.
.Utica. 22 Sidney T. Holmes. .Morrisville. 23 *Thomas T. Davis
Syracuse. 24 *Theodore M. Pomeroy .Auburn. 25 *Daniel Morris.
Penn Yan. 26 *Giles W. Hotchkiss. .Binghamton. 27 Hamilton Ward.
.Belmont. 28 Roswell Hart
.Rochester. 29 Burt Van Horn..
Newfane. 30 James M. Humphrey .Buffalo, 31 Henry Van Aernam..
Mount Vernon. 14 Martin Welker.
.Lancaster. 10 * Myer Strouse...
.Pottsville. 11 * Philip Johnson.
Easton. 12 * Charles Denison
Wilkesbarre. 13 Ulysses Mercur
.Towanda. 14 George F. Miller.. .Lewisburg 15 Adam J Glossbrenner York. 16 William H. Koontz. .Somerset. 17 Abraham A. Barker Edenburg 18 Stephen F. Wilson.. Wellsborough. 19 *Glenni W. Scofield. Warren. 20 Charles Vernon Culver.. Franklin. 21 * John L. Dawson
.Brownsville. 22 * James K. Moorhead. .Pittsburgh. 23 *Thomas Williams Pittsburgh 24 George V. Lawrence. .Monongah'la Cy
WISCONSIN. 1 Halbert E. Paine
Milwaukee. 2 *Ithamar C. Sloan.
Janesville. 8 *Amasa Cobb
Mineral Point. 4 * Charles A. Eldridge .Fond du Lac.
5 Philetus Sawyer.
Oshkosh, 6 *Walter D. McIndoe Wausau.
NOT YET ADMITTED.
ALABAMA. 1 C. C. Langdon ? George C. Freeman, 3 Cullen A. Battle.. 4 Joseph W. Taylor. 5 6 T. J. Jackson
ARKANSAS. 1 William Byers.
Batesvile. 2 J. H. Kyle
Princeton. 3 J. M. Johnson...
COLORADO. 1 Geo. M. Chilcott
FLORIDA. 1 F. McLeod.....
GEORGIA. 1 Solomon Cohen. 2 Philip Cook. 3 Hugh Buchanan... ..Columbus. 4 E. G. Cabaness.. 5 J.D. Matthews. 6 J. I. Christy....
LOUISIANA. 1 Louis St. Martin.. 2 Jacob Barker.
.New Orleans. 3 Robert C. Wickliffe. 4 John E. King 5 John Ray...
MISSISSIPPI. 1 A. E. Reynolds. 2 R. A. Pinson 3 James T. Harrison.... 4 A. M, West.. 5 E. G. Peyton...
NEBRASKA. 1 T. M. Marquette...
NORTH CAROLINA 1 Jesse R. Stubbs...
Williamston, 2 Charles C. Clark.
Newbern. 3 Thomas C. Fuller. .Fayetteville. 4 Josiah Turner, Jr. Orange. 5 Lewis Hanes
.Salisbury. 6 S. H. Walk up.
.Monroe. 7 A. H. Jones
.Hendersonville, SOUTH CAROLINA. 1 John D. Kennedy.. 2 William Aiken... 3 Samuel McGowan.. 4 James Farrow......
TEXAS. 1 Geo. W. Chilton..
Tyler. 2 B. H. Epperson.
Clarksville 3 A. M. Brand
Huntsville, 4 C. 0. Herbert..
VIRGINIA. 1 W. H. B. Custis. 2 Lucius H. Chandler... Norfolk. 3 B. Johnson Barbour. .Richmond. 4 Robert Ridgway. 5 Beverly A. Davis. .Danville. 6 Alexander H. 11, Stuart.... Staunton. Robert Y. Conrad.
Winchester. 8 Daniel H. Hoge... .......Montgomery.
DELEGATES FROM THE TERRITORIES. ARIZONA.-John N. Goodwin, Prescott. COLORADO.-Allan A. Bradford, Denver. DAKOTAH.-Walter A. Burleigh,
Yancton. IDAHO.-E. D. Holbrook, Idaho City. MONTANA.-Samuel McLean, Bannock. NEBRASKA.-Phineas W. Hitchcock, Omaha. NEW MEXICO.-J. Francesco Chavez, Santa Fe. UTAH.-Wm. H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. WASHINGTON.-Arthur Á. Denny.
XLth CONGRESS-AS FAR AS CHOSEN.
William M. Stewart. Charles R. Duckaler.
William P. Fessenden. James W. Patterson. Henry B. Anthony.
David T. Fowler.
J. S. Patterson.
Justin S. Morrill.
Waitman T. Willey.
Daniel S. Norton.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Dist. (Three members to be 4 John A. Peters.
19 Jas. A. Garfield. elected in Sept.] 5 Frederick A. Pike. 1 t Stephen Taber.
1 Rufus Mallory.
PENNSYLVANIA. DELAWARE. 3 +C. E. Phelps. (C.) 5 John Morrissey.
1 +Sumuel J. Randall. Dist. 4 Fraucis Thomas. 6 Thos. E. Stewart.
2 Charles O'Neill. 1 tJohn A. Nicholson. 5 Frederick Stone. 7 John W. Chanler.
3 Leonard Myers. ILLINOIS. MASSACHUSETTS. 8 James Brooks.
4 Wm. D. Kelley, 1 N. B. Judd. 1 Thomas D. Eliot.
9 Fernando Wood. 5 Caleb N. Taylor. 2 J. F. Farnsworth. 2 Oakes Ames.
10 Wm. H. Robertson.
6 +B. Markley Boyer. 3 FE. B. Washburne.
3 Ginery Twitchell. 11 Chas. H.Van Wyck. 7 John M. Broomall. 4 Aaron C. Harding. 4 Samuel Hooper.
12 John H. Ketcham. 8 J. Lawrence Getz. 5 Ebon C. Ingersoll. 5 Benj. F. Butler.
13 Thomas Corbell. 9 Thaddeus Stevens. 6 Burton C. Cook. 6 Nathan'l P. Banks. 14 J.V. L. Pruyn.
10 H. L. Cake. 7 H. P. 1. Bromwell. 7 Geo. S. Boutwell. 15 J. A. Griswold. 11 D. M. Van Auken. 8 Shelby M. Collom. 8 +John D. Baldwin. 16 Orange Ferris. 12 + Chas. Dennison (C.) 9 Lewis W. Ro88.(C.) 9 +Wm. B. Washburn 17 T. C. Hulburd. 13 Ulysses Mercur. 10 A. G. Burr.
10 Henry L. Dawes. 18 James M. Marvin, 14 George F. Miller. 11 Saml. 8. Marshall.
19 Wm. C. Fields.
15 TA. J. Glossbrenner. MISSOURI. 12 Jehu Baker.
20 TA. H. Laflin.
16 +Wm. H. Koontz. 1 Wm. A. Pile. 13 G. B. Raum.
21 Roscoe Conkling. 17 Daniel J. Morrell.
2 C. A. Newcomb. At large.-J. A. Logan.
22 John C. Churchill. 18 Stephen F. Wilson. 3 t Thos. E. Noell. INDIANA. 4 'J. J. Gravelly.
23 Dennis McCarthy. 19 G. W. Scofield. 1 +Wm. E. Niblack.
24 +T. M. Pomeroy
20 Darwin A. Finney.
6 +R. T.Van Horn.(C.) 26 Wm. s. Lincoln.
21 John Covode,
22 J, K, Moorhead. 4 Wm. 8. Holman.(c.) 7 Benj. F. Loan.
27 Hamilton Ward. 23 +Thomas Williams.
8 +J. F. Benjamin,
28 Roswell Hart. 24 TG. V. Lawrence.
RHODE ISLAND. 7 H. D. Washburn.
30 J. H. Humphrey.
(Two members to be 2 Charles Upson.
31 fH. Van Aernam. elected in April.] 9 Schuyler Colfax.
2 +R. B. Hayes. (Eight members to be 5 R. E. Trowbridge. 3 +Robt. C. Schenck. IOWA.
eiected in August.]
1 +F. E. Woodbridge.
WEST VIRGINIA. 6 Asahel W. Hubbard 1 +Delos R. Ashley. 9 Ralph P. Buckland. 1 °C. D. Hubbard. KANSAS.
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 10 +James M. Ashley. 2 B. M. Kitchen. 1 fSidney Clarke. [Three members to be 11 John T. Wilson. 3 Daniel Polsley. KENTUCKY. elected in March.) 12 P. Van Trump.
WISCONSIN. (Nine members to be NEW JERSEY. 13 G.W. Morgan.(C.) 1 Halbert E. Paine. elected in August.) 1 William Moore. 14 Martin Welker. 2 B. F. Hopkins. MAINE.
2. Charles Haight.(C) 15 Tobias A. Plants. 3 Amasa Cobb. 1 +John Lynch.
3 +Chas. Sitgreaves. 16 1John A. Bingham. 4 # Chas, A. Eldridge. 2 Sidney Perbam. 4 John Bill.
17 Ephraim R. Eckley. 5 Philetus Sawyer. 3 James G. Blaine. 5 G. A. Halsey. 18 +Rufus P. Epaulding. 16 C. C. Washburne.
Republicans and Unionists (in Roman), 127. Democrats and Conservatives (in Italics), 36. (1) Members of the XXXIXth Congress. (C.) Scats contested.
ACTS OF CONGRESS.
SYNOPSIS OF THE PRINCIPAL ACTS PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE
CHAP. V.-Assistant Assessors of Internal, CHAP. XXI.- National Military and Naval Revenue. - Authorizes the Secretary of the Asylum.-Constitutes the President, Secretary Treasury to appoint Assistant Assessors of In- of War, and Chief Justice of the United States, ternal Revenue. [Approved Jan. 15, 1866.] and other persons, a Board of Managers of
CHAP. VIII.-Registry of Vessels.-Forbids “The National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer the registry of vessels as American vessels Soldiers." Nine other citizens, not members of which altered their registers during the rebel Congress, shall be associated with the three lion to obtain the protection of a foreign govern- above named, no two of whom shall be residents ment. [Feb. 10, 1866.]
of the same State, and who shall all be residents CHAP. IX.-Mrs. Lincoln. -An act granting of the States which furnished organized bodies the franking privilege to Mary Lincoln. [Feb. of troops for the suppression of the rebellion (no 10, 1866.]
person being ever eligible who gave aid to the CHAP. XII.-Importation of Foreign Cattle. rebellion), to be selected by joint resolution of -Forbids the importation of neat cattle, or the the Senate and House. The Board of Managers hides of neat cattle. The Secretary of the Treas. shall have authority to procure sites for Military ury may suspend the operation of the act as to Asylums. For the support of the asylum shall any foreign country. The President may, by be appropriated all stoppages or fines against proclamation, declare the act inoperative, and it officers and soldiers above the
amount necessary shall be of no effect from and after thirty days for the reimbursement of the Government or infrom the date of the proclamation. Any person dividuals, all forfeitures for desertion, and all convicted of willful violation of this act shall moneys due deceased officers and soldiers which be punished by a fine not exceeding $500, or im- now are or may be unclaimed for three years prisonment not exceeding one year, or by both, after their death. All officers and soldiers who at the discretion of the court. [March 6, 1866.] served in the late war for the suppression of the
CHAP. XIII.-Lands to California.-Relin- rebellion, and not provided for by existing laws, quisbes to the city of San Francisco the right who have been or may be disabled by wounds and title of the United States to certain lands received or sickness contracted in the line of within said city. Said lands shall be disposed their duty, shall be entitled to the benefits of of by the city to parties on bona fide possession the institution upon the recommendation of thereof. The relinquishment shall not, how- three of the managers. The provision for a ever, interfere with any adverse right or claim. naval asylum in the act (1865, chap. XCI.) to [March 8, 1866.]
which this is amendatory is repealed. The CHAP. XV.- Declaratory of the Meaning of property of the United States at Point Lookout, Certain Parts of the Internal Revenue Act. Md., shall become the property of the asylum. In section 120 the words dividends in scrip or [March 21, 1866.] money, &c., shall mean dividends in scrip or CHAP. XXV.--Smithsonian Institute.-Transmoney, &c., wherever payable, and the words fers the Library of the Smithsonian Institute to stockholders, &c., shall include non-residents. the Library of Congress. [April 5, 1866.] Persons shall make returns of income, &c., ac CHAP. XXVII.--Relief of Seamen.-Grants to cording to their value in legal tender currency, any officer of the navy or marine corps who and if the returns shall be made on the basis of may have lost his personal effects by the loss of coined money, the Assistant Assessor shall re- his vessel one month of sea pay. The bountyduce such returns to the basis of legal tender money of any seaman who enlisted from the currency. [March 10, 1866.1
army into the navy shall not be deducted from CHAP. XVII.-Goods in Bonded Warehouses. his prize-money. [April 6, 1866.] -After the 1st day of May, 1866, goods in CHAP. XXXI.--Civil Rights Bill.-[The text bonded warehouse may be withdrawn within of this important bill, together with the veto of one year from the date of importation, on pay the President, and the vote by which both ment of the duties to which they may be subject Houses passed it over the veto, is given on anat the time of withdrawal, and after the expira- other page.] tion of one year, and until the expiration of CHAP. XXXIX.--Exchange of Obligations.-three years from said date, an additional duty of Authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to ex10 per cent. will be assessed. This act shall not change treasury notes or any other obligations operate to prevent the export of bonded goods, for any description of bonds, and also to dispose &c., within three years from date of importa- of any description of bonds at his discretion, for tion, nor their transportation in bond to other lawful money of the United States or treasury ports for the purpose of exportation. (Mar.14,'66.] notes, certificates of indebtedness, or certificates
CHAP. XVIII. - Maine Lumber:- Admits, free of deposit. [April 12, 1866.] of duty, lumber of American citizens, grown on CHAP. XL. – Reimbursement of PennsylSt. John River and its tributaries, sawed or vania. -- Provides for the reimbursement of hewed in the Province of New Brunswick by the State of Pennsylvania for moneys advanced American citizens, after the 17th of March, 1866. to the Government for war purposes. [April 12, (March 16, 1866.]