Committee: House of Representatives

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
132539 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE This day, in compliance with the prescription of the Constitution, the members-elect of the House of Representatives of the Forty-ninth Congress assembled in their Hall, and at 12 o'clock m. were called to order by Mr. John B. Clark, Clerk of the last House. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
715540 Adopt the Messages from the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE The messages from the Senate were heard by the House of Representatives and can be adopted in the platform. Editorial Decision
132883 Motion to Elect a Speaker of the House None 0 PROCEDURE The first business in order will be the election of a Speaker of the House of Representatives for the Forty-ninth Congress, and nominations for that office are now in order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133138 Motion to Escort the Speaker-Elect to the Chair. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. TUCKER, of Virginia, and Mr. REED, of Maine, will please escort the Speaker-elect to the chair. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133121 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The SPEAKER proceeded to administer to the members in attendance the oath of office. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133155 Motion to Move Daily Hour of the House Meeting to 12 O'Clock m. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I move that the daily hour of the meeting of the House each day, until further order, be at 12 o'clock m. Editorial Decision
132756 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132732 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer will be offered by Rev. W. H. Milburn, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132734 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132736 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE If so, they will now come forward and take the oath of office. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132742 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the House do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132773 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. W. H. MILBURN, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132776 Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Clerk proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of Thursday, January 7. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132778 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal as Refers to the Introduction of Bills None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that the reading of so much of the Journal as refers to the introduction of bills be dispensed with. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132788 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE And then, on motion of Mr. MORRISON (at 3 o'clock and 55 minutes p.m.), the House adjourned. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133634 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer will be offered by the Chaplain, Rev. W.H. MILBURN, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133636 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Clerk proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of yesterday. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133637 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of Journal as Relates to Introduction and Reference of Bills and Resolutions None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the reading of so much of the Journal as relates to the introduction and reference of bills and resolutions be dispensed with. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133640 House Rules: House Senate Bills None 0 PROCEDURE The SPEAKER also, in accordance with the rule, laid before the House Senate bills of the following titles. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133643 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133645 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I demand the yeas and nays on the motion. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133169 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Rev. S. W. HADDOWAY, of Washington, D. C. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
133174 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Clerk proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
715548 Motion to Dispense with Reading of the Journal Relating to the Introduction and Reference of Bills and Resolutions None 0 PROCEDURE On motion of Mr. MCMILLIN, by unanimous consent the reading of that portion of the Journal relating to the introduction and reference of bills and joint resolutions was dispensed with. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
133183 Motion to Submit a Report from the Committee on the Judiciary None 0 PROCEDURE I ask by unanimous consent to submit a report from the Committee on the Judiciary. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
715553 Motion to Propose a Substitute None 0 PROCEDURE I am directed to report a substitute for that bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
133189 Motion to Object to the Presentation of the Report from the Committee on the Judiciary None 0 PROCEDURE I object to the presentation of that report. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
133197 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the House do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 5 (May 11, 1886 to June 9, 1886)
133160 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by Rev. S. W HADDAWAY, of Washington, D. C. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
133162 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
133165 Motion to Call Up the Question of Order None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to call up at this time the question of order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
133701 Motion for Leave to File Views of the Minority None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. BENNETT, on behalf of the minority of the committee, was granted leave to file the views of the minority on said bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
133716 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE The hour of 6 o'clock having arrived, the House stands adjourned until tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
133718 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by Rev. Dr. BULLOCK, of Washington, D. C. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 8 (July 28, 1886 to August 5, 1886)
133733 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE The hour of 4 o'clock having arrived, the Chair, in obedience to the concurrent resolution of the two Houses, declares the House adjourned sine die. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 8 (July 28, 1886 to August 5, 1886)
135015 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The House of Representatives will now come to order.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135025 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
716367 Motion to Swear In Samuel S. Cox None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to present to the House, to be sworn in, Mr. Samuel S. Cox, elected a representative from the ninth Congressional district of the State of New York The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
716372 Motion to Administer the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I ask, if there be no objection, that Mr. Bacon be now sworn in. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135670 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to Adjourn The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135422 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. WILLIAM H. MILBURN, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135424 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135444 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the House do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135040 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135050 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of Saturday's proceedings were read and approved The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135244 Motion to Amend the Substitute Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I will therefore move an amendment to have the effect of giving us two days. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135246 Motion to Read the Amended Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Let us have the resolution read as amended. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135247 Motion for the Question None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the previous question on the resolution. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135253 Motion to Call the Question None 0 PROCEDURE I demand the previous question on the amendment and on the adoption of the resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
135256 Motion to Table Original Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE If there be no objection, the original resolution will be laid on the table The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135258 Motion to Consider Substitute Proposal None 0 PROCEDURE And the question now is on agreeing to the substitute proposed by the committee, as amended. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135261 Motion to Reconsider Vote None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. MORRISON moved to reconsider the vote by which the resolution was agreed to. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135262 Motion to Table the Motion to Reconsider None 0 PROCEDURE [Mr. MORRISON] also moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135264 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I therefore move that the House adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135237 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D., of Washington, D. C. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135240 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135257 Motion to Call Up S. 10 None 0 PROCEDURE I now call up the bill The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135453 Motion for Two Hours to Discuss Opposition of the Bill None 0 PROCEDURE It has been proposed that two hours should be allotted to for discussion in opposition of this bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135454 Motion for Permission to Move an Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE Will the gentleman from Virginia permit me to move an amendment at this time, to strike out the fifth section of the substitute? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135564 Objection: Motion to Move an Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I object The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135565 Parliamentary Inquiry by Mr. Collins None 0 PROCEDURE I rise to make a parliamentary inquiry. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135631 Motion to Yield Time to Mr. Caine None 0 PROCEDURE I take the floor for the second hour in my own right, and yield to the gentleman from Utah such time as he may re- quire to finish his speech. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135636 Motion for Thirty Remaining Minutes to be Dealt With None 0 PROCEDURE The gentleman from Massachusetts [Mr. COLLINS] has thirty minutes of his time remaining. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135691 Point of Order: Mr. Bennet's Time Has Expired None 0 PROCEDURE The gentleman’s time has expired. Index to the Appendix - Congressional Record (Bound Edition), Volume 18 (1886-1887)
135695 Motion for Mr. Bennet to Continue His Remarks None 0 PROCEDURE [T]he gentleman from North Carolina be permitted to continue his remarks. Index to the Appendix - Congressional Record (Bound Edition), Volume 18 (1886-1887)
135674 Motion to Yield to Mr. Reed None 0 PROCEDURE I yield to the gentleman from Maine The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135686 Motion for Prior Act to Be Read None 0 PROCEDURE I send up to the Clerk's desk to be read The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135704 Motion for the Previous Question None 0 PROCEDURE I demand the previous question The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135705 Motion for Reading of Mr. Scott's Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE permit me to have an amendment read The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135709 Motion for Amendment to be Read None 0 PROCEDURE which the Clerk will again report. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135712 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that I demand the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135828 Motion for Third Reading None 0 PROCEDURE The bill as amended was ordered to a third reading The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135716 Motion to Reconsider None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. TUCKER moved to reconsider the vote The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135717 Motion to Lay on the Table None 0 PROCEDURE the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135719 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE And then, on motion of Mr. HAMMOND... the House adjourned. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135269 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. W. H. MILBURN, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135273 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135276 Motion to Hear Message from Senate None 0 PROCEDURE The committee informally rose, and Mr. RICHARDSON took the chair as Speaker pro tempore. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135521 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE And then, on motion of Mr. MATSON (at 10 o'clock and 17 minutes p. m. ), the House adjourned. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135528 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. W. H. MILBURN, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135533 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135757 Motion to Concur in the Request of the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the House concur in the request of the Senate for a conference. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135763 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the House now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135678 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. WILLIAM H. MILBURN, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135680 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135684 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE The regular order is the motion to adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135732 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. WILLIAM H. MILBURN, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135791 Motion to Dispense With the Reading of the Introduction of Bills and Resolutions None 0 PROCEDURE I ask by unanimous consent the reading of so much of the Journal of the proceedings of yesterday as related to the introduction of bills and resolutions was dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135795 Motion for Journal Reading None 0 PROCEDURE The remainder of the Journal was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135736 Motion to Present a Privileged Report None 0 PROCEDURE Allow me to interrupt the call of committees by a privileged report. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
716879 Motion that the Bill be Printed None 0 PROCEDURE Let the bill be printed in the form in which it is to be presented to the House for action. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135816 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE And then, on motion of Mr. MILLS (at 5 o'clock and 5 minutes p.m.), the House adjourned. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135822 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D., of Washington, D. C. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135831 Motion to Bring Up Report of the Committee of Conference None 0 PROCEDURE I now call the report of the committee of conference on Senate bill No. 10, the bill known as "the Mormon bill." Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135842 Motion to Raise the Question of Consideration Against the Bill None 0 PROCEDURE I raise the question of consideration against that bill, my purpose being to call up the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill after the morning hour. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135843 Motion to Raise Question of Privilege None 0 PROCEDURE I rise to a question of privilege. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135853 Call for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE Regular order! Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135859 Motion for the Clerk to Read the Title of the Bill None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Chair cause the Clerk to read the title of the bill to which the conference report relates? Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135871 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the yeas and nays. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135900 Motion to Dispense with the Further Reading None 0 PROCEDURE I think it might be well now that the House by unanimous consent dispense with the further reading of this report. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135903 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE I yield thirty minutes to the gentleman from North Carolina. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135906 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE I yield five minutes to the gentleman from Illinois [Mr. EDEN]. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135910 Motion to Request the Previous Question None 0 PROCEDURE I now demand the previous question on the adoption of the report. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135913 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. EZRA. B. TAYLOR demanded the yeas and nays. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135916 Motion to Reconsider the Vote None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. HAMMOND moved to reconsider the vote by which the conference report was adopted Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135918 Motion to Table the Motion to Reconsider the Vote None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Hammond moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135920 Motion to Leave to Print None 0 PROCEDURE By unanimous consent, leave was granted to Mr. BENNETT to extend his remarks in the RECORD on the bill (S. 10) in reference to bigamy. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135922 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135944 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D., of Washington, D. C. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135955 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135975 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135983 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
136183 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
136188 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday’s proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
136197 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE The time for the final adjournment of the Forty-ninth Congress has arrived. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
135214 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Clerk of the last House, Mr. South Trimble, called the House to order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135217 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain of the House of Representatives of the Sixty-fifth Congress, Rev. Henry N. Couden, D. D., offered the following prayer. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135220 Motion to Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE The Clerk will call the roll of the House by States to ascertain if there is a quorum present. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135248 Motion to Elect a Speaker of the House. None 0 PROCEDURE The next business in order is the election of the Speaker. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135272 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I am now ready to take the oath of office, and I ask that it be administered by Mr. CANNON, of Illinois. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135282 Motion to Send List of Members Elect to the Clerk's Desk None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to send to the Clerk's desk a list of Members elect whose certificates have not been received but with regard to whose election there is no question 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135290 Motion to Administer the Oath None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the Members whose names have been read who are now present and with regard to whose election there is no question be allowed to take the oath. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135307 Objection: Swearing in of Victor Berger None 0 PROCEDURE I object to the swearing in at this time of Victor Berger. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135373 Motion to have Clerk Read Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to offer a resolution which I will send to the Clerk's desk, ask that it be read, and move its adoption. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135377 Motion to Amend the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I wish to offer a substitute. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135395 Swearing in Officers of the House None 0 PROCEDURE First the officers who have just been elected will come forward and be sworn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135510 Motion to Offer Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I desire to offer a resolution. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135609 Motion to Dispense and Print the List of Members of Committees None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the reading of the list of members of committees be dispensed with, and that the list be printed in the RECORD. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135623 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130545 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Henry N. Conden, D. D., offered the following prayer 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130714 Motion for Unanimous Consent on Mr. Clark and Mr. Saunders To Have Leave to File Minority Views on HJ. Res. No.1. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that [Mr. Clark] and [Mr. Saunders] though not yet elected members of the Committee on Woman Suffrage have leave to file minority views on House joint resolution No. 1. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130969 Motion for Woman Suffrage To Be Taken Up For Consideration Tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, for the information of the Members of the House, I desire to state that among other matters that will be taken up for consideration tomorrow will be the woman-suffrage resolution. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131515 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved, That as a further mark of respect, this House do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130929 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The House met at 12 o'clock noon. Editorial Decision
130931 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. Henry N. Couden, D. D. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130933 Swearing in of Members None 0 PROCEDURE If there are any Members present who have not been sworn in, they will now present themselves to be sworn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130935 Administration of Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE They presented themselves before the bar of the House and took the oath of office administered by the Speaker. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130956 Call of Committees None 0 PROCEDURE This is Calendar Wednesday, and the Clerk will call the committees in their order 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130963 Right of Suffrage to Women Resolution Be Reported None 0 PROCEDURE by direction of the Committee on Woman Suffrage, I call up House joint resolution No. 1, proposing an amendment to the Constitution extending the right of suffrage to women, and ask that the resolution be reported. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130976 Motion to Consider the Previous Question at 5:00. None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the rule, so far as it limits debate, may be abrogated for the consideration of this resolution, and that at 5 o'clock the previous question shall be considered. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131232 Point of Inquiry None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. MANN. Mr. Speaker, a parliamentary inquiry. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131473 Motion for Mr. Clark to Be Recognized from the Speaker. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. CLARK requests to be recognized from the speaker. Editorial Decision
131477 Motion for Mr. Clark to Yield Time to Mr. Hardy from Texas. None 0 PROCEDURE I yield five minutes to the gentleman from Texas [Mr. Hardy]. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131981 Motion to Extend the Record by Five Days. None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that all members have the privilege of extending in the RECORD their remarks upon this resolution for five days. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132027 Motion for Privilege to Revise and Extend Remarks None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask the privilege of revising and extending my remarks. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132032 Motion for Unanimous Consent to Extend Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent to extend my remarks in the Record. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132045 Motion to Allow All Members the Right to Print Speeches in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that all Members have the right to print speeches in the Record, because we will spend half an hour here for individuals to get leave. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132053 Motion to Extend His Remarks None 0 PROCEDURE And I ask unanimous consent to extend my remarks also. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132540 Technical Adjustment: Adoption None 0 PROCEDURE Technical Adjustment. Technical Adjustment
132548 Motion to Extend Remarks in the Record for Five Legislative Days None 0 PROCEDURE I now renew my request that all Members have leave to extend their remarks in the RECORD on this subject for five legislative days. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132557 Motion to Extend Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to ask unanimous consent to extend my remarks in the RECORD. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132723 Motion for Leave to Revise and Extend Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I ask leave to revise and extend my remarks in the RECORD. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132725 Motion to Renew the Request to Extend Remarks in the Record for Five Legislative Days None 0 PROCEDURE I renew the request that I made that all Members of the House may have the right to extend their remarks in the RECORD for five legislative days. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132729 Motion for Mr. Saunders' Amendment to be Considered as Pending, to be Disposed of at the End of Debate None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the amendment I have offered be considered as pending, to be disposed of at the expiration of the two hours of debate? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132740 Motion to Have the Amendment Again Reported None 0 PROCEDURE I would like to have the amendment again reported. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132744 Motion for Mr. Blanton to be Heard on the Matter of the Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Chair hear me for a moment on the matter? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
132746 Motion to Dispose of Mr. SAUNDER'S Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that it be disposed of. I do not propose, if I can help it, to get the House tied up where we can not have a chance to vote on the original proposition. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133264 Motion to Call the Question None 0 PROCEDURE I move the previous question on the resolution- 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133268 Motion for Unanimous Consent to Revise and Extend Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE Will the gentleman yield for a just a moment, so that I may ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks in the RECORD. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133280 Motion for All Members to Extend Their Remarks for Five Legislative Days None 0 PROCEDURE I again renew my request, and I hope gentlemen will not object that all Members have leave to extend their remarks for five legislative days on this subject. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133301 Motion for Members of Congress to Extend Their Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. GARD, Mr. RANDALL of California, Mr. SMALL, Mr. RUBEY, Mr. AYRES, Mr. WELTY, Mr. OLIVER, Mr. LANKFORD, Mr. BARKLEY, Mr. LAGUARDIA, Mr. LANGLEY, and others asked unanimous consent to extend their remarks in the RECORD. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133303 Motion to Move the Previous Question None 0 PROCEDURE I move the previous question. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133310 Motion for the Previous Question None 0 PROCEDURE I move the previous question on the resolution and the two pending amendments to final passage. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133313 Motion for the Yeas and Nays on the Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays on the amendment. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133524 Orders of Business None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Virginia. Editorial Decision
133525 Motion for the Report of Mr. Saunders' Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I would like to have the amendment reported. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133532 Orders of Business None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the adoption of the amendment. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133561 Motion for the Yeas and Nays for Mr. Saunders' Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133576 Motion for the Resolution be Engrossed and Read None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133579 Orders of Business None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the adoption of the joint resolution. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133581 Motion for the Yeas and Nays on The Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, on that I demand the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
716928 Motion to Reconsider the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the resolution be reconsidered.] 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135139 Motion for Mr. Clark to Revise and Extend His Remarks None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks on this bill. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135141 Motion for a Telegram Put in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to have a telegram put in the record. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135143 Motion for Mr. White to Extend His Remarks on This Bill None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that my colleague, Mr. White of Kansas, be allowed to extend his remarks on this bill. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135145 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the House do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131099 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Henry N. Couden, D. D., offered the following prayer. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131111 Motion For All Members to Have Leave to Extend Their Remarks in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that all Members shall have leave to extend their remarks in the Record on the woman suffrage resolution which was passed yesterday for five legislative days. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
716930 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Speaker, I move that the House do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)

Committee: United States Senate

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
125397 Commencement None 0 PROCEDURE The Senators assembled in the Senate Chamber at the Capitol, in the city of Washington. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, December 3, 1877, p. 1. HeinOnline.
125400 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer will be offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D.D., Chaplain to the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, December 3, 1877, p. 1. HeinOnline.
125428 Appointment of Senators to the Committee to Wait Upon the President of the United States None 0 PROCEDURE By unanimous consent, the Vice-President was authorized to appoint the committee on the part of the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, December 3, 1877, p. 1. HeinOnline.
125485 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn until Thursday next, at twelve o'clock. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131505 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131507 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Monday last was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131509 Motion to Proceed to the Election of Standing Committees None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate proceed to the election of the standing committees. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131511 Motion to Dispense with the Rule Which Requires Committees be Elected by Ballot None 0 PROCEDURE I ask by unanimous consent to dispense with the rule which requires that the committees be elected by ballot. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131527 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Editorial Decision
125492 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer will be offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
125498 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday, December 15, 1877, was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
125511 Motion to Read Previous Resolution Again None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to hear that resolution read again. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
125528 Motion that the Resolution Go Over None 0 PROCEDURE Let that go over. I call for the regular order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, December 3, 1877, p. 1. HeinOnline.
125539 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the regular order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
125541 Notice to Call the Resolution To-morrow None 0 PROCEDURE I give notice that I will call this resolution up to-morrow at the earliest moment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
125543 Appeal to Settle the Matter Now None 0 PROCEDURE I appeal to the Senator from Vermont to let this matter be settled now The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131097 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE Now let us have the regular order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131100 Motion to Pardon for Reconsideration None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Senator pardon me a moment until I move a reconsideration? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131104 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I renew my motion that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131107 Motion ot Adjourn to Monday Next at 12 O'Clock None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate now adjourn to Monday next at 12 o'clock. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131108 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131118 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131121 Motion to Yield the Floor None 0 PROCEDURE I yield to the Senator from New Jersey. The Senator, I believe, desires the floor tor to-morrow. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131130 Motion to Act Upon the Senator From California's Motion None 0 PROCEDURE I will withdraw my request to have the resolution that he offered go over until to-morrow in order that the Senate may act upon it now. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131135 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131139 Summary of Resolution Requesting Advocacy Before the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE The resolution provided that at a session of the Senate, to be assigned by the Senate, persons selected by the ladies in this city in favor of woman suffrage be allowed to be heard before the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131181 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131185 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I will move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131192 Motion to Adjourn Until Monday None 0 PROCEDURE I want to renew the motion that we now adjourn until Monday. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131194 Motion to Adjourn Until Monday None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate now adjourn until Monday. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
131199 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that I call for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 07, Part 1 (December 3, 1877 to February 13, 1878)
132057 Technical Adjustment None 0 PROCEDURE Technical Adjustment Technical Adjustment
131226 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. Byron Sunderland, D.D. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 2 (February 13, 1878 to March 25, 1878)
131229 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 2 (February 13, 1878 to March 25, 1878)
131437 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 2 (February 13, 1878 to March 25, 1878)
131540 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 3 (March 25, 1878 to May 1, 1878)
131541 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 3 (March 25, 1878 to May 1, 1878)
131545 Motion to be Discharged from Further Consideration None 0 PROCEDURE [I move to be discharged from further consideration of the resolution.] The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 3 (March 25, 1878 to May 1, 1878)
131547 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 3 (March 25, 1878 to May 1, 1878)
131552 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate was called to order at eleven o'clock a.m.] TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
131554 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
131556 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
131549 Question to Chairman of Committee on Privileges and Elections None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to ask the chairman of the Committee on Privileges and Elections if it is the intention of that committee to make a report at this session upon the sixteenth amendment. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
131558 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Now I move that the Senate adjourn. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
131560 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the yeas and nays. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132056 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132060 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132062 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I motion that further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132066 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132072 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132074 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132076 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132077 Motion to Dispense with Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the further reading of the Journal be dispensed with for the purpose of moving an executive session. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132068 Next Order of Business: S.R. No. 12 None 0 PROCEDURE The next business on the Calendar was the joint resolution (S. R. No. 12) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132069 Motion for S.R. No. 12 to Go Over None 0 PROCEDURE Let that go over. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
135776 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
130904 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate was called to order. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
130905 Motion to Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
130908 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I move to dispense with the reading of the Journal. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
130910 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE It gives me pleasure to congratulate the Senate on the termination of a session of nearly seven months' duration. TheCongressional Record (Bound) - Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878)
132148 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] Editorial Decision
132333 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132351 Appointment of Senators to the Committee to Wait Upon the President of the United States None 0 PROCEDURE By unanimous consent, the Vice-President was authorized to appoint the committee on the part of the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132367 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132450 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132453 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132466 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 1 (December 2, 1878 to February 3, 1879)
132586 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132589 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132593 Administration of the Oath to Mr. Voorhees None 0 PROCEDURE The oaths prescribed by law were administered to Mr. Voorhees Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132597 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132505 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132574 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132514 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132521 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132527 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132545 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I renew my motion that the Senate do now adjourn until eleven o'clock to-morrow morning. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132551 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132555 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132558 First Order of Business: S.R. No. 12 None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution (S. R. No. 12) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which was reported adversely by the Committee on Privileges and Elections. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132560 Motion to Let S.R. No. 12 Go Over None 0 PROCEDURE Let it go over. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132564 Motion to Have Majority and Minority Reports Reprinted None 0 PROCEDURE should like to ask unanimous consent of the Senate that the majority and minority reports be reprinted. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132567 Motion for the Joint Resolution and Accompanying Majority and Minority Reports be Reprinted None 0 PROCEDURE I ask consent to move that the joint resolution, together with the accompanying majority and minority reports from the Committee on Privileges, be reprinted for the use of the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132572 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate now adjourn until twelve o'clock to-morrow. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132576 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. DAVID WILLS, D. D., of Washington, District of Columbia. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132578 Motion to Delay the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will delay the reading of the Journal a few minutes until Senators come in. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132579 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal will now be read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132581 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the further reading of the Journal be dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132617 Motion to Read the Certificate None 0 PROCEDURE These credentials contain the proceedings at length of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, and if there be no objection the certificate only will be read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132619 Motion to Administer the Oath to Zachariah Chandler None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the official oath now be administered. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132630 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132634 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132636 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 2 (February 3, 1879 to February 24, 1879)
132650 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132657 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132659 Motion to Delay the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will delay the reading of the Journal for a few minutes until Senators come in. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132664 Motion to Ascertain the Presence or Absence of a Quorum by Calling the Roll None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest that the proper method of ascertaining the presence or absence of a quorum would be by calling the roll. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132668 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will read the Journal of the proceedings of yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132672 Motion to Dispense with the Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132678 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132682 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132686 Motion to Delay the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will delay the reading of the Journal for the present. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132689 Motion for the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the reading of the Journal. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132692 Motion for a Call of the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE Then I ask for a call of the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132695 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will read the Journal of the proceedings of yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
132703 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Now I move that the Senate adjourn until eight o'clock p.m., Saturday, March 1. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133253 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate met at eight o'clock p . m. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133271 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move as an additional mark of respect that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133282 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133291 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate will come to order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133297 Question of Order None 0 PROCEDURE Is it in order to give a notice? Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133307 Motion for the Roll Call None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the roll be called. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133442 Motion for Recess None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate take a recess until ten o'clock a.m. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133446 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate reassembled at ten o'clock a.m. The SECRETARY (GEORGE C. GORHAM, esq.) called the Senate to order; Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133453 Inquiry Whether a Quorum of the Senate is Present None 0 PROCEDURE I inquire whether a quorum of the Senate is present. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133455 Motion to Call the Roll None 0 PROCEDURE The roll of Senators will be called. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133458 Motion to Call Absentees None 0 PROCEDURE I think the absentees had better be called. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133462 Motion for the Resolution to be Reported None 0 PROCEDURE Let the resolution be reported. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133467 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Let us have the yeas and nays. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133477 Motion for Mr. Ferry to Take the Chair None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator from Michigan [Mr. FERRY] will please come forward and take the chair. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133481 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE The time fixed for the final adjournment of Congress having arrived, the Chair declares the Forty-fifth Congress adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 8, Part 3 (February 24, 1879 to March 3, 1879)
133902 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The VICE-PRESIDENT of the United States (Hon. WILLIAM A. WHEELER) called the Senate to order at twelve o'clock meridian. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
133926 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D., Chaplain to the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134114 Motion for Administration of the Oath None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will now call the roll of Senators-elect whose credentials have been hitherto presented, read, and placed on file; and for convenience in taking the oath of office they will please present themselves in groups of four. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134127 Motion for the Modified Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will now call the Senators-elect who will take the modified oath. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134230 Motion for the Credentials to Lie Upon the Table None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the credentials just read lie upon the table until to-morrow. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134399 Motion for the Senator from Pennsylvania to Withdraw the Motion None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Senator from Pennsylvania withdraw the motion until I submit a few precedents? The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134402 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE And I think the business before the Senate should proceed in order, independent of any debate on the subject. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134405 Motion to Make a Statement None 0 PROCEDURE Does the Senator from Pennsylvania refuse to withhold for a moment a non-debatable motion that the Senator from New Hampshire may make a statement? The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134440 Hour of Meeting None 0 PROCEDURE Ordered, That the hour of the daily meeting of the Senate be twelve o'clock m. until otherwise ordered. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134444 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn until to-morrow. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134463 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 1 (March 18, 1879 to May 13, 1879)
134489 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Editorial Decision
134725 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134731 Motion to Proceed with the Reading of Wednesday's Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will proceed with the reading of the Journal of Wednesday's proceedings, which was read in part yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134739 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings will now be read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134760 Presentation of Credentials and Motion to Administer the Oath None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the credentials be read, and that the oath prescribed by law be administered to him. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134780 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134931 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134936 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
134942 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE I now, in obedience to the concurrent resolution of the two Houses, declare the Senate to be adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 9, Part 2 (May 13, 1879 to July 1, 1879)
135383 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The VICE-PRESIDENT of the United States took the chair and called the Senate to order at twelve o'clock noon. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
135391 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, Cha-plain to the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
135405 Death of Senator Zachariah Chandler None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, the sorrowful duty devolves on me of announcing to the Senate of the United States the recent and sudden death of my late colleague, ZACHARIAH CHANDLER of Michigan. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
135406 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139453 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139455 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139462 Administration of the Oath of office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator appointed will please come forward, and take the oath of office. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139469 Motion to Suspend Standing and Other Committees None 0 PROCEDURE That so much of the forty-sixth rule of the Senate as requires the appointment of the standing and other committees of the Senate to be made by ballot be suspended. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139488 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139517 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, REV. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139519 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139525 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The oath prescribed by the act of July 11, 1868, having been administered to Mr. PRYOR, he took his seat in the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139528 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139531 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139534 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139540 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139553 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139555 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139560 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139562 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139569 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139575 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
139580 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139586 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139590 Motion to Adopt: Death of Senator Houston None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I ask for the adoption of the resolutions offered by my colleague. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139592 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE As a further mark of respect to the memory of Mr. HOUSTON, I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139640 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139653 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139656 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139702 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139712 Motion to Proceed to the Election of a President pro tempore None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate proceed to the election of a President pro tempore. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
139743 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 2 (February 19, 1880 to April 1, 1880)
140559 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Rev. E. H. CUMPSTON, of Maryland. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140562 Motion to Proceed to the Election of a President pro tempore None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate proceed to the election of a President pro tempore. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140566 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140568 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140570 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140574 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140576 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140577 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140580 Notice of Resignation None 0 PROCEDURE I have resigned my seat as a Senator of the United States from the State of Georgia. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140581 Presentation of Credentials None 0 PROCEDURE I have in my hand the credentials of my successor, (Joseph E. Brown.) I ask that the credentials be read and that Mr. Brown be sworn in. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140589 Motion to Swear in the Senator from Georgia None 0 PROCEDURE I move that he be sworn in. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140591 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Brown was escorted to the desk by Mr. HILL, of Georgia, and the oath prescribed by the act of July 11, 1868, having been administered to him, he took his seat in the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140595 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140597 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140599 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140603 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 4 (May 5, 1880 to June 1, 1880)
140605 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 5 (June 1, 1880 to June 16, 1880)
140607 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 5 (June 1, 1880 to June 16, 1880)
140609 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE I now, in obedience to the resolution of the two Houses, declare the Senate adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 5 (June 1, 1880 to June 16, 1880)
658880 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658889 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D., Chaplain to the Senate, offered the following prayer: Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658893 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE [The Oath of Office will be administered to Mr. Windom.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658906 Motion to Leave Substitute for Committees of the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE I offer a substitute for that resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658911 Point of Order: Committees of the Senate: Mr. Pugh's Substitute None 0 PROCEDURE I make the point of order that that is not a resolution within the rules of the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658914 Motion to Print the Resolutions None 0 PROCEDURE Let both resolutions be printed. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658917 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658922 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658926 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
658930 Motion to Take Up the Resolution from Yesterday None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I ask the Senate to take up the resolution which I offered yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659021 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that question I ask for the yeas and nays. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659034 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659046 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659053 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659058 Motion to Refer: Resolution for Select Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the resolution be referred. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659061 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659079 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659081 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659085 Objection to the Consideration of the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I object to the consideration of that resolution to-day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659089 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659200 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659202 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659205 Motion to Take up the Resolution Reported by the Committee on Rules None 0 PROCEDURE I move to take up the resolution reported by the Committee on Rules yesterday for the appointment of a select committee on the subject of woman suffrage. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659263 Motion to Dispose of the Matter None 0 PROCEDURE I ask consent that this matter be disposed of now. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659265 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659282 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659283 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659359 Call for Resolution Pending at the Close of the Morning Hour Yesterday None 0 PROCEDURE I call up the resolution which was pending at the close of the morning hour yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659361 Motion for the First Resolution on the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE Let the first resolution on the Calendar be stated. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659386 Read the Resolution on Which the Senate was Acting Yesterday None 0 PROCEDURE The Chief Clerk will read the resolution on which the Senate was acting yesterday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659388 The Chair Will Lay Before the Senate the Resolution from the Committee on Rules None 0 PROCEDURE The Chair will lay before the Senate the resolution reported from the Committee on Rules by the Senator from Massachusetts Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659392 Order of Business: Morning Hour is Closed None 0 PROCEDURE The hour of one o’clock has arrived, and the morning hour is closed. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
659394 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661068 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661070 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661072 Motion to Take up the Resolution of the Senator from Massachusetts None 0 PROCEDURE The Chair lays before the Senate the resolution of the Senator from Massachusetts, [Mr. HOAR.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661075 Motion to Refer the Resolution to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims None 0 PROCEDURE I refer to that most respectable and antique institution, the Committee on Revolutionary Claims. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661077 Question on the Adoption of the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the adoption of the resolution reported by the Senator from Massachusetts. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661079 Motion to Refer the Matter to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims None 0 PROCEDURE I move to refer the matter to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661082 Motion to Refer the Resolution to the Committee on the Judiciary None 0 PROCEDURE I make a motion that the resolution be sent to the Committee on the Judiciary. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661311 The Morning Hour Has Expired None 0 PROCEDURE The morning hour has expired. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661312 Motion to Say Just One Word None 0 PROCEDURE I want to say just one word. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661314 Motion for the Senator from Illinois to Proceed None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the Senator from Illinois may proceed. Editorial Decision
661317 Motion to Set Aside Other Business Until this Resolution Shall be Disposed of None 0 PROCEDURE I move to set aside other business until this resolution shall be disposed of. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661318 Motion for the Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I feel constrained to call for the regular order. Editorial Decision
661320 Announcement of Appointments to Committeees None 0 PROCEDURE The Chair will now announce the appointments to committees in pursuance of the resolution adopted this morning authorizing him to fill vacancies. Editorial Decision
661341 Technical Adjustment for Adoption None 0 PROCEDURE Technical Adjustment for Adoption Editorial Decision
661343 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661345 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661348 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661357 Call for the Resolution in Regard to Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I call up the resolution in regard to woman suffrage, reported by me from the Committee on Rules. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661363 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE [I call for the yeas and nays.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661369 Morning Hour Expired None 0 PROCEDURE The morning hour has expired, and the unfinished business is before the Senate. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661371 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661373 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J, BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661375 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661378 Call for Resolution for Appointing a Special Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I now call up the resolution for appointing a special committee on woman suffrage. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661383 Objection: Call for Resolution for Appointing a Special Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I object to the consideration of the resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661385 Motion to Take up the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I move to take it up. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661387 Question: Agreeing to the Motion of the Senator from Massachusetts None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on agreeing to the motion of the Senator from Massachusetts to proceed to the consideration of the resolution. Editorial Decision
661390 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Editorial Decision
661394 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661398 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661401 Order of Business: Resolution Submitted by Mr. Hoar None 0 PROCEDURE The next resolution on the calendar of resolutions was one submitted by Mr. HOAR December 13, 1881. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661412 Motion to Let the Question Lie Over None 0 PROCEDURE Let it lie over. I have no objection to that if the Senator from Delaware wishes to be here. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661417 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661612 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661614 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661619 Motion for Consideration of the Resolution Relating to a Select Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I now ask for the consideration of the resolution relating to a select committee on woman suffrage. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661635 Motion to Read the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Let it be read for information. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661640 Morning Hour Expired None 0 PROCEDURE The morning hour has expired, and it requires unanimous consent for the Senator from Georgia to proceed with his remarks. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661641 Motion for the Senate to Proceed with the Consideration of the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate proceed with the consideration of the resolution. Editorial Decision
661643 Motion for the Senate to Proceed with the Consideration of the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate proceed with the consideration of the resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661647 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE [I call for the yeas and nays.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661650 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661655 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J . BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661657 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661666 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661668 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BuLLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661670 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661936 Motion to Read the Resolution and Consider it as in Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the resolution be read a second time and considered as in Committee of the Whole.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661938 Motion to Read the Resolution a Third Time None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the resolution be read a third time.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661941 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661943 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661945 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661949 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE [The oath will now be administered.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661953 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 1 (December 5, 1881 to February 9, 1882)
661959 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 3 (March 17, 1882 to April 18, 1882)
661962 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 3 (March 17, 1882 to April 18, 1882)
661966 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE [The oath will now be administered.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 3 (March 17, 1882 to April 18, 1882)
661970 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 3 (March 17, 1882 to April 18, 1882)
661973 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 4 (April 18, 1882 to May 17, 1882)
661975 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 4 (April 18, 1882 to May 17, 1882)
661979 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 4 (April 18, 1882 to May 17, 1882)
662114 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662118 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday and Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662122 Motion to Print 1,000 Extra Copies of the Report None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to have 1,000 extra copies of the report printed for the use of the committee. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662130 Motion to Refer the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Technical Adjustment Technical Adjustment
662135 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662146 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662148 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662156 Motion to Consider None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate, by unanimous consent, proceeded to consider the resolution, submitted by Mr. LAPHAM the 5th of June. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662158 Motion that the Reports be Printed Together None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest that the two reports be printed together, and not separately. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662164 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662166 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BuLLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662168 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662170 Motion to Reconsider None 0 PROCEDURE all up now the motion to reconsider the resolution in regard to printing an extra number of copies of the report of the Committee on Woman Suffrage. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662175 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 5 (May 17, 1882 to June 23, 1882)
662179 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 6 (June 23, 1882 to July 25, 1882)
662181 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 6 (June 23, 1882 to July 25, 1882)
662185 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 6 (June 23, 1882 to July 25, 1882)
662187 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 7 (July 25, 1882 to August 8, 1882)
662189 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 7 (July 25, 1882 to August 8, 1882)
662192 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE Wishing you all health and happiness, I now declare the Senate adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 13, Part 7 (July 25, 1882 to August 8, 1882)
664948 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The president pro tempore took the chair and called the Senate to order at 12 o'clock, noon. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
664950 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE They prayer was offered by Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
664959 Presentation of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senators-elect will now be sworn. As their names are read by the Secretary they will advance to the chair to take the oath of office prescribed by law. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
664962 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senators-elect will now be sworn. As their names are read by the Secretary they will advance to the chair to take the oath of office prescribed by law. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665387 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate to dow adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665425 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLnCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665429 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665477 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665497 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665500 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665537 Motion to Offer a Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I ask the consent of the Senate to submit the resolution at this moment. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665550 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665552 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665554 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665792 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the oaths of office may now be administered to him. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665800 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665815 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. .J. BULLOCK, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665819 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665829 Message from the House: Death of Hon. Dudley D. Haskell None 0 PROCEDURE A message from the House of Representatives, by MR. CLARK, its Clerk, communicated to the Senate the intelligence of the death of Hon. DUDLEY D. HASKELL. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665832 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE In accordance with the usual observance upon such melancholy occasions I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665833 Motion to Designate a Committee of Three Senators to Attend the Funeral None 0 PROCEDURE I would suggest that a committee of three Senators be designated by the Chair for that purpose. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665839 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Editorial Decision
665841 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665843 Motion to be Relieved of Position as Chairman of the Select Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to be relieved from my position as chairman of the Select Committee on Woman Suffrage; not from service on the committee, but simply to be relieved as chairman. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665845 Motion to be Discharged from Further Service upon the Committe on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE [I move to be discharged from further service upon the Committee on Woman Suffrage.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665847 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665850 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665856 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 1 (December 3, 1883 to February 11, 1884)
665862 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 2 (February 11, 1884 to March 18, 1884)
665867 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 2 (February 11, 1884 to March 18, 1884)
665869 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 2 (February 11, 1884 to March 18, 1884)
665874 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 2 (February 11, 1884 to March 18, 1884)
665873 Motion to Name a Presiding Officer None 0 PROCEDURE If the Chair shall be obliged to leave town to-morrow, that the Senator from Ohio [Mr. SHERMAN] may preside for the next three days. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 2 (February 11, 1884 to March 18, 1884)
665886 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
665887 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667049 Motion to Submit Adverse Report at a Different Time None 0 PROCEDURE . The minority of the committee desire to submit an adverse report and ask leave to submit it hereafter, as it is not yet ready for submission. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667053 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667055 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667057 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667061 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 3 (March 18, 1884 to April 16, 1884)
667064 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 4 (April 16, 1884 to May 16, 1884)
667066 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 4 (April 16, 1884 to May 16, 1884)
667073 Motion to Present the Minority Report None 0 PROCEDURE I ask the consent of the Senate to present at this time the minority report on Senate joint resolution No. 19. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 4 (April 16, 1884 to May 16, 1884)
667078 Motion to Print the Views of the Minority None 0 PROCEDURE We ask that they be printed with the report. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 4 (April 16, 1884 to May 16, 1884)
667083 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 4 (April 16, 1884 to May 16, 1884)
667086 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Editorial Decision
667091 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667093 Order of Business: S. R. 19 None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution (S. R. 19) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, was announced as next in order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667094 Let the Resolution Go OVer None 0 PROCEDURE Let that go over. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667096 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667098 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667105 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 5 (May 16, 1884 to June 21, 1884)
667107 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D., offered the following prayer: Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 6 (June 21, 1884 to July 7, 1884)
667109 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 6 (June 21, 1884 to July 7, 1884)
667110 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 6 (June 21, 1884 to July 7, 1884)
667112 Motion to Treat the Hour of Adjournment as Having Arrived None 0 PROCEDURE I hope that by unanimous consent we shall treat the hour of adjournment as now having arrived. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 6 (June 21, 1884 to July 7, 1884)
667114 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE The hour that closes the first session of the Forty-eighth Congress has come. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 15, Part 6 (June 21, 1884 to July 7, 1884)
667173 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667175 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D., Chaplain to the Senate, offered the following prayer: Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667189 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move, as a mark of respect to his memory, that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667191 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667200 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667202 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the oath of office may be administered to him. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667205 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667322 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667325 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667339 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667342 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Wednesday, December 24, 1884, was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667346 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667352 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667354 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667362 Order of Business: S. R. 19 None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution (S. Res. 19) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States was announced as next in order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667363 Motion to Pass Over the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Let that be passed over. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667365 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 1 (December 1, 1884 to January 22, 1885)
667367 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667369 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667376 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667380 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D., of the city of Washington. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667382 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667385 Motion to Administer the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I now ask that the oath of office may be administered to my colleague elect, who is present. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667390 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667393 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. J. DE WITT MILLER, of Philadelphia. Editorial Decision
667396 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667402 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667404 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667406 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667409 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667412 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D. D., of the city of Washington. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667414 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667568 Motion to Read the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the reading of the joint resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667575 Return the Joint Resolution to the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE If there be no objection, the joint resolution will be returned to the Calendar. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667578 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667589 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667591 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667600 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667605 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667607 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667612 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667617 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667619 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667623 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667627 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667630 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667638 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667642 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667645 Motion to Call for a Quorum None 0 PROCEDURE I move that there be a call of the Senate to see if there be a quorum present. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667647 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Chair will now call the Senate to order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667656 Motion to Call the Roll None 0 PROCEDURE I now move that the roll be called. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667659 Motion to Dispense with Further Proceedings None 0 PROCEDURE I move that further proceedings under the call be dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
667664 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to dispense with the reading of the Journal this morning. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
671872 Reading of the Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings will be read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
671876 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 2 (January 22, 1885 to February 18, 1885)
671878 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671880 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671884 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671886 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671888 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671893 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671900 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671903 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of Saturday last. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671904 Motion to Dispense with the Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the further reading of the Journal may be dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671912 Notice to Take Up S. R. 19 None 0 PROCEDURE I give notice that to-morrow morning, after the reading of the Journal, at the first convenient opportunity, not to interfere with an appropriation bill, I shall ask the Senate to take up for consideration Senate joint resolution No. 19. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
671993 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I now move that the Senate adjourn Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672001 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672003 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday will be read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672004 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the reading of the Journal of yesterday's proceedings be for the present dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672005 Motion for the Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the regular order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672007 Motion to Dispense with the Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I move to dispense with the further reading of the Journal. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672008 Motion for the Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the regular order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672010 Motion for Permission to Call Up the Fortifications Appropriation Bill None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to call up the fortifications appropriation bill for consideration at this time. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672013 Motion for Unanimous Consent to Proceed to the Consideration of the Fortifications Bill None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to proceed to the consideration of the fortifications bill. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672014 Motion for the Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the regular order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
672020 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE He now declares the Senate adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 16, Part 3 (February 18, 1885 to March 3, 1885)
124561 Commencement None 0 PROCEDURE The first session of the Forty-ninth Congress commenced this day. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124563 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. E. D. Huntley, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124565 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate will please be in order. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124569 Call for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124691 Motion to Escort the President Pro Tempore to the Chair None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary requests the Senator from Vermont and the Senator from Indiana to escort the President pro tempore to the chair. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124574 Technical Adjustment None 0 PROCEDURE Technical Adjustment Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 10, Part 1 (December 1, 1879 to February 19, 1880)
124703 PLACEHOLDER FOR MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE None 0 PROCEDURE PLACEHOLDER FOR MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE Editorial Decision
124708 Motion to Lie "Resolution on the Late Thomas A. Hendricks" on the Table None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the resolutions lie on the table subject to be called up at a future day, of which the Senate will have due and timely notice. Editorial Decision
124710 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124752 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. Huntley, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124755 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124760 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
672023 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
672025 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
672029 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
672031 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D. D., of the city of Washington. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
672033 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675901 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator-elect will please come forward and take the oath prescribed by law. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675905 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675911 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. BYRON SUNDERLAND, D.D., of the city of Washington. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675916 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675939 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124724 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. Huntley, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
124729 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
125250 Motion for Senate to Act Upon the Bill None 0 PROCEDURE I shall endeavor to ask the Senate to act upon the bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
125255 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
125259 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. Huntley, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
125262 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Monday, December 21, 1885, was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
125288 Order of Business: Consideration of S. 10 None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate, as in Committee of the Whole, proceeded to consider the bill (S. 10). The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130592 Unfinished Business None 0 PROCEDURE The hour of 2 o'clock has arrived and it becomes the duty of the Chair to lay before the Senate the unfinished business. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130593 Motion to Proceed with Consideration of S. 10 None 0 PROCEDURE I move to proceed with the consideration of this bill, No. 10. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130698 Motion for S. 10 to Go Over None 0 PROCEDURE If it is agreeable to the Senator from Vermont I wish this Utah bill to go over until to-morrow. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130702 Motion for Four or Five Minutes to Reply None 0 PROCEDURE I should like the unanimous consent of the Senate to occupy four or five minutes in reply to my friend from Massachusetts before the bill goes over. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130777 Motion to Take up the Senator's Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I therefore, in accordance with notice heretofore given, desire to ask the Senate to take up by unanimous consent a resolution introduced by me on the 9th day of December. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130781 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130784 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. Huntley, D.D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130787 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130792 Motion to Proceed to the Consideration of Senate Bill No. 10 None 0 PROCEDURE My motion is that we proceed to the consideration of Senate bill No. 10. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
130795 Motion for Yeas and Nays on the Pending Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays on the pending amendment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
131952 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
131967 Motion to Print Amendments None 0 PROCEDURE Does the Senator desire the amendments printed? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
131970 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
709289 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
709294 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
709322 Unfinished Business None 0 PROCEDURE It is the duty of the Chair to lay before the Senate the unfinished business. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133441 Motion to Print an Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I wish, as it is impossible to conclude the bill to-night, to offer an amendment to be printed. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133101 Motion to Call for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. MORGAN called for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133103 Motion for the Amendment to Be Again Read None 0 PROCEDURE Let The Amendment Be Again Read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133105 Motion to Read the Amendment with the Section None 0 PROCEDURE I wish to have the amendment read in connection with the section, so that the Senate will catch the whole idea. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133466 Motion to Vote on the Amendment from the Senator from Alabama None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the amendment of the Senator from Alabama. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133486 Motion to Vote on the Amendment of the Senator from Alabama None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the amendment of the Senator from Alabama. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133601 Motion to Vote on the Amendment of the Senator from Missouri None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on the amendment of the Senator from Missouri [Mr. VEST]. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
134175 Motion to Vote on the Amendment of the Senator from New York None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on agreeing to the amendment of the Senator from New York [Mr. EVARTS]. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
134193 Motion to Vote on Striking Out the Second Clause of Section 16 None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on agreeing to the amendment proposed by the Senator from Missouri [Mr. VEST] to strike out the second clause of section 16. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
134409 Motion to Read Mr. Brown's Amendment on Section 19 and 20 None 0 PROCEDURE The amendment proposed by the Senator from Georgia will be read at the desk. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
134415 Motion to Vote on Mr. Brown's Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE The question is on agreeing to the amendment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
134722 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to Adjourn The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
131663 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
131665 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133328 Motion to Let the Amendment be Read None 0 PROCEDURE Let the amendment be read. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133330 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Let us hear the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133333 Motion to Have the Amendment Read None 0 PROCEDURE Let the amendment be reported. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133213 Motion to Read Mr. Morgan's Proposed Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Senator from Alabama send to the desk the amendment proposed by him? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133217 Motion to Read the Polygamic Revelation None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator from Vermont asks unanimous consent of the Senate to have printed in the RECORD as part of his remarks a paper that he has sent to the desk. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133352 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays on the amendment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133362 Motion to Read the Proposed Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I ask the Secretary to read the proposed amendment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133368 Question: Shall the Bill Pass? None 0 PROCEDURE The question is, Shall the bill pass? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133387 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays upon the passage of the bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133392 Question: Title of the BIll None 0 PROCEDURE Let the Chair put the question on the title of the bill. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133399 Motion to Have the Bill Printed in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE If there be no objection I should like to have the bill printed in the RECORD as it has passed the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
133405 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132763 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132765 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132767 Motion that the Bill be Printed For the Use of the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE Therefore, I move that the bill be printed for the use of the Senate as it was passed. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
132769 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE After one hour and thirty-seven minutes spent in executive session the doors were reopened, and (at 5 o'clock and 25 minutes p. m.) the Senate adjourned. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675943 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675945 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675951 Motion to Administer the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the oath of office be administered to the Senator-elect. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675953 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE [The oath of office was administered.] Editorial Decision
675956 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675959 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. D. W. FAUNCE, D. D., of Washington city. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675961 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
675967 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn until Monday next. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
676190 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
676192 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
676197 Motion to Place the Joint Resolution on the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution will be placed upon the Calendar. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
676199 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 1 (March 4, 1885 to February 3, 1886)
676205 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676207 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676214 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE If there is to be any debate on this question I insist on my motion that the Senate adjourn until Monday. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676216 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676412 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. SAMUEL H. GIESY, D. D., of the city of Washington. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676414 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676417 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676419 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676421 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
676423 Order of Business: S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution (S. R. 5) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women was announced as next in order. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677187 Motion to Pass Over the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I shall be obliged on that account, and for no other reason, to ask the indulgence of the Senate that it be passed over. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677189 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677193 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. E. D. HUNTLEY, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677196 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677198 Order of Business: S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution (S. R. 5) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women was next in order on the Calendar. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677200 Objection: Order of Business: S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE I object to the consideration of the joint resolution. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
677204 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 2 (February 3, 1886 to March 8, 1886)
133419 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 17, Part 3 (March 8, 1886 to April 8, 1886)
133422 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 17, Part 3 (March 8, 1886 to April 8, 1886)
133425 Motion to Print a Memorial From the Women of Utah in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I find it difficult to epitomize the memorial, and, as it is of very general interest, I ask that it be printed in the RECORD. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 17, Part 3 (March 8, 1886 to April 8, 1886)
133443 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 17, Part 3 (March 8, 1886 to April 8, 1886)
133685 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133688 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings were read and approved The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133704 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator appointed will advance to the desk and take the oath of office. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133754 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133712 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133714 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The journal of yesterday's proceedings were read and approved The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
133864 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677229 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677234 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677303 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator appointed will please come forward and take the oath of office prescribed by law. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677309 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677438 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677440 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal o( yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677443 Motion to Print the Report None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the same number of copies be printed as was ordered to be printed of the majority report. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677445 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 4 (April 8, 1886 to May 11, 1886)
677448 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by Rev. M. W. HAMMA D. D., of Baltimore. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
677451 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of Friday's proceedings, The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
677452 Motion to Dispense with the Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
677457 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) Volume 17, Part 6 (June 9, 1886 to July 6, 1886)
677498 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677500 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677504 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677507 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677509 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677510 Motion to Dispense with Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677512 Order of Business: S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE The next business on the Calendar was the joint resolution (S. R. 5) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
677524 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. 17 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 7 (July 6, 1886 to July 28, 1886)
132846 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 8 (July 28, 1886 to August 5, 1886)
132850 Motion to Dispense with Further Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that further reading of the journal be dispensed with.] Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 8 (July 28, 1886 to August 5, 1886)
677526 Notice of Motion to Proceed to the Consideration of Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE I only desire to give a notice. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 17, Part 8 (July 28, 1886 to August 5, 1886)
132865 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE In pursuance of the resolution of the two Houses of Congress I declare the Senate adjourned without day. Editorial Decision
134633 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The PRESIDENT pro tempore (Mr. JOHN SHERMAN, a Senator from the State of Ohio) took the chair and called the Senate to order at 12 o'clock noon. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
134635 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D., Chaplain to the Senate, offered the following prayer: The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
134640 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The PRESIDENT pro tempore. If the Senator-elect is present, he will please come forward and take the oath of office. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
134651 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. BLAIR. ...I now move that the Senate adjourn. The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The Senator from New Hampshire moves that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136133 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136138 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136128 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Senator appointed from New Hampshire will please advance to the desk, and the oath of office will be administered to him. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677528 Motion to Consider S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to move to proceed to the consideration of that resolution. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136144 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677807 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677815 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677821 Motion to Proceed to the Consideration of Order of Business 122 None 0 PROCEDURE I ask the Senate to proceed to the consideration of Order of Business 122, being the joint resolution (S. R. 5). The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677826 Motion to Read the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. BLAIR. Mr. President, I ask for the reading of the joint resolution. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677831 Motion to Print the Majority and Minority Report of the Committee in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to have in the RECORD, following the reading of the joint resolution itself, the reports of the majority and of the minority of the committee. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677832 Objection: Motion to Print the Majority and Minority Report of the Committee in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I do not see any need for encumbering the RECORD with those reports. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677835 Motion to Leave the Joint Resolution on the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE In the mean time we can leave the joint resolution on the Calendar, so as to be called up at any time. It may be left as unfinished business, perhaps. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677838 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
134997 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
134999 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The journal of yesterday's proceedings were read and approved The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135724 Motion to Create a Conference Committee None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate disagree to the amendment of the House of Representatives, and ask a conference thereon, and I ask unanimous consent that the Chair appoint the committee and that the House amendment and the Senate bill be printed. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135727 Motion for Bill and the Amendment from the House to Be Stiched Together None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the bill itself, which is nearly out of print, and the amendment of the House of Representatives be printed in one body, stitched together, so that everybody can see just how they stand. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135752 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135766 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135769 Read Journal of the Previous day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135771 Message from the House None 0 PROCEDURE A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. CLARK, its Clerk, announced that the House had passed the following bills The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
135773 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677842 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677855 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
677857 Motion to Leave Notice to Take up the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I ask the attention of the Senate for a moment to give notice that next Tuesday morning at the close of the business of the morning hour I will move to take up the joint resolution. Editorial Decision
677859 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136126 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136129 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the proceedings of Friday last was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
682039 Motion to Leave Notice to Take up the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I should like it to be with notice that to-morrow morning I shall move the consideration of the Constitutional amendment. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
682043 Motion to Leave Notice to Take up the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to remind the Senate that I have twice given notice that I shall try to get up to-morrow the unfinished business of the first week of the session. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
136161 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I renew my motion that the Senate adjourn. Editorial Decision
708219 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708221 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708224 Motion to Administer of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE I desire to announce that Hon. CHARLES B. FARWELL, Senator-elect from the State of Illinois, is present and ready to take the oath of office. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708228 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The oath prescribed by law having been administered to him he took his seat in the Senate. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708233 Motion to Consider the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I now move that the Senate proceed to consider the joint resolution (S. R. 5) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708237 Motion to Read the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE The joint resolution will be read. Editorial Decision
708260 Motion for Executive Communications None 0 PROCEDURE Will the Senator give way to enable the Chair to lay before the Senate some executive communications? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708266 Consideration of S. R. 5 None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate, as in Committee of the Whole, resumed the consideration of the joint resolution (S. R. 5) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708276 Motion to Read a Pamphlet None 0 PROCEDURE I now propose to read from a pamphlet sent to me by a lady whom I am not able to characterize as a resident of any State. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708279 Motion to Print the Pamphlet in the Remarks None 0 PROCEDURE Let it be printed in your remarks. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708293 Motion to Print the Pamphlet None 0 PROCEDURE I shall ask that it be printed. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708298 Motion to Read the Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the reading of the joint resolution. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708301 Motion to Print the Arguments of Miss Anthony and her Associates in the Record None 0 PROCEDURE I wish to have printed in the RECORD, by reason of the printed matter that has gone into the RECORD upon the other side, the arguments of Miss Anthony and her associates before the Senate committee. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708311 Motion for a Third Reading None 0 PROCEDURE If no amendment be proposed the question is, shall the joint resolution be engrossed for a third reading? The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708312 Motion for the Yeas and Nays on the Third Reading None 0 PROCEDURE Let us have the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708318 Motion for the Yeas and Nays on the Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the yeas and nays. The Congressional Record (Bound Edition) - Volume 18, Part 1 (December 6, 1886 to January 25, 1887)
708333 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Editorial Decision
135692 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplin, Rev. J.G. Butler, D.D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135694 Read the Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135699 Message From the House None 0 PROCEDURE Message from the house. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135702 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Pending that motion I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135941 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135947 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135950 Motion to Have S. 10 Printed for the Use of the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to have printed in bill form, for the convenience of Senators, the bill as agreed upon by the House and Senate conferees respecting bigamy, polygamy, and other things Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135960 Message from the House None 0 PROCEDURE The message also announced that the House had agreed to the report of the committee of conference. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135962 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I love that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135957 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
709827 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135967 Motion to Call for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays on the adoption of the conference report. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
136088 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135992 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
135996 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of yesterday's proceedings was read and approved. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
136012 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 2 (January 25, 1887 to February 21, 1887)
136046 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by the Chaplain, Rev. J. G. BUTLER, D. D. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
136053 Read Journal of the Previous Day None 0 PROCEDURE The Journal of the preceding day will be read. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
709832 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the reading of the Journal be dispensed with. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
136068 Message from the President: Bills That Have Become Laws Without His Approval None 0 PROCEDURE The following acts having been presented to the President of the United States for his approval and not having been returned by him to the House of Congress in which they originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
136071 Final Adjournment None 0 PROCEDURE The constitutional period of the Forty-ninth Congress having been completed, the Senate stands adjourned without day. Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 18, Part 3 (February 21, 1887 to March 3, 1887)
124632 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE [The Senate will now come to order.] 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133096 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The prayer was offered by The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133136 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will call the names of those who will take the oath. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133137 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Ball, Mr. Bankhead, Mr. Borah, and Mr. Capper None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Ball, Mr. Bankhead, Mr. Borah, and Mr. Capper Editorial Decision
133143 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Colt, Mr. Dial, Mr. Edge, and Mr. Elkins None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Colt, Mr. Dial, Mr. Edge, and Mr. Elkins 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133146 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Fall, Mr. Fernald, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Harrison None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Fall, Mr. Fernald, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Harrison 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133151 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Kenyon, Mr. Keyes, Mr. McCormick, and Mr. McNary. None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Kenyon, Mr. Keyes, Mr. McCormick, and Mr. McNary. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133154 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Martin, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Newberry, and Mr. Norris. None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Martin, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Newberry, and Mr. Norris. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133158 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Owen, Mr. Phipps, Mr. Randsell, and Mr. Robinson. None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Owen, Mr. Phipps, Mr. Randsell, and Mr. Robinson. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133166 Administration of the Oath of Office of Mr. Sheppard, Mr. Shields, Mr. Simmons, and Mr. Stanley None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Sheppard, Mr. Shields, Mr. Simmons, and Mr. Stanley 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133172 Administration of the Oath of Office to Mr. Sterling, Mr. Walsh of Massachusetts, Mr. Walsh of Montana, and Mr. Warren None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary called the names of Mr. Sterling, Mr. Walsh of Massachusetts, Mr. Walsh of Montana, and Mr. Warren. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133204 Motion to Proceed to Election of President Pro Tempore None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I move that the Senate proceed to the election of President pro tempore of the Senate. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133211 Motion for the Yeas and Nays on the Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the vote on the amendment be taken by yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133233 Administration for the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The President pro tempore elect will present himself at the desk and take the oath of office. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133257 Administration of the Oath of Office None 0 PROCEDURE The oath of office was administered to George A. Sanderson by the Vice President. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133324 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129751 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129753 Motion to Dispense with the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129766 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129770 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129772 Motion to Dispense with the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of the proceedings of Tuesday last, when, on request of Mr. LODGE and by unanimous consent, the further reading was dispensed 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129791 Motion to Place the Resolution on Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. JOHNSON of California. Editorial Decision
131697 Motion to Place the Joint Resolution on the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the joint resolution may go to the calendar, not to be taken up for consideration to-day, but that it go to the calendar. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129860 Motion to Place Resolution on the Calendar None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. JONES motions to place Resolution on the Calendar 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129893 Motion to Discharge the Committee on Women Suffrage from the Consideration of the House Joint Resolution No.1 None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President I desire to enter a motion to discharge the Committee on Woman Suffrage from the consideration of the House joint resolution No. 1. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129898 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move, then, that the Senate adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131709 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I renew my motion that the Senate do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129915 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129930 Motion to Consider: Motion to Discharge the Committee on Woman Suffrage None 0 PROCEDURE Senator from Washington [Mr. JONES] made a motion to discharge the Committee on Woman Suffrage... I rise for the purpose of calling up that motion in order that the joint resolution may be placed on the calendar. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129947 Motion for the Secretary to Read the Motion None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that the motion be read from the Secretary's desk. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
129943 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the regular order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130002 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the regular order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130010 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. SMITH of Arizona and Mr. SMOOT called for the regular order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131720 Motion to Appeal from the Decision of the Chair None 0 PROCEDURE Then I desire to enter an appeal from the decision of the Chair as to this matter being in order at this time. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131719 Point of Order: Motion to Appeal from the Decision of the Chair None 0 PROCEDURE I make the point of order that the appeal comes too late. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131724 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that I ask for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130054 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE Regular order! 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130055 Motion to Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. Editorial Decision
130762 Motion to Lay the Motion to Discharge the Committee on the Table None 0 PROCEDURE I move to lay upon the table the motion to discharge the committee 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130770 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE ...and on that I call for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130776 Motion to Recess None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I move that the Senate take a recess until 1 o'clock. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130785 Motion to Call for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130788 Motion to Call for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I insist on the regular order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130798 Motion to Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130887 Motion to Amend Motion None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to Amend the Motion to Discharge the Committee on Woman Suffrage 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130892 Motion to Call for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Upon that amendment I ask for the yeas and nays ; and I ask that the amendment be stated. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130916 Motion for Regular Order None 0 PROCEDURE I call for the regular order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130938 Point of Order: Appeal from the Chair is Not Debatable None 0 PROCEDURE I raise a point of order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130943 Motion to Appeal Decision of the Chair None 0 PROCEDURE I appeal from that decision of the Chair. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130952 Motion for Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Shall the ruling of the chair stand as the judgment of the Senate? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133652 Motion to Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133655 Motion to Lay Resolution Aside None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent that the resolution may be temporarily laid aside until we dispose of the other proposition. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133661 Motion to Proceed with Unfinished Business None 0 PROCEDURE I ask that we proceed with the unfinished business. Editorial Decision
131160 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn, the adjournment being until Wednesday next under the previous order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130949 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer: 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130957 Motion to Read the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. CUMMINS thereupon took the chair and directed the Secretary to read the Journal of the proceedings of Monday last. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130959 Motion to Dispense With the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE On request of Mr. ASHURST and by unanimous consent, the further reading was dispensed with and the Journal was approved. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130970 Motion to Make a Report Out of Order None 0 PROCEDURE I ask unanimous consent to make a report out of order. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133616 Objection to the Unanimous Consent Agreement None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I think I shall object to that. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133620 Motion to Call Up the Resolution Tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE I propose to-morrow to call it up, and give notice that I shall take it up on Monday. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
133622 Motion to Vote on the Resolution Middle of Next Week None 0 PROCEDURE If the Senator will allow me to make a suggestion, I believe we could all agree to vote on it the middle of next week if we had two or three days' notice to that effect. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130978 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130980 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer: 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130982 Motion to Read the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130983 Motion to Dispense With the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE On request of Mr. CURTIS and by unanimous consent, the further reading was dispensed with and the Journal was approved. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130986 Motion to Leave Notice to Call Up House Joint Resolution 1 None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I desire to give notice that on Tuesday next, June 3, 1919, after the routine morning business, I shall call up House joint resolution No. 1. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
130988 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE [I move that the Senate do now adjourn.] 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131171 Prayer None 0 PROCEDURE The Chaplain, Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, D. D., offered the following prayer: 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131173 Motion to Read the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary proceeded to read the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131174 Motion to Dispense with the Reading of the Journal None 0 PROCEDURE On request of Mr. SMOOT and by unanimous consent, the further reading was dispensed with and the Journal was approved. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131177 Motion to Consider House Joint Resolution 1 None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I move that the Senate proceed to the consideration of House joint resolution No. 1 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131428 Motion to Suggest an Absence of a Quorum None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131471 Motion to Suggest an Absence of a Quorum None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135832 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that I ask for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135860 Motion to Resume Considering Joint Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate, as in Committee of the Whole, resumed the consideration of the joint resolution (H. J. Res. 10) proposing an amendment to the Constitution, extending the right of suffrage to women. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135888 Motion to Propose Mr. Underwood's Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE But to give those Senators a chance to voice their sentiments I propose the following amendment to the pending resolution. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136271 Motion to Call the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE On that I ask for the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136287 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate take a recess until to-morrow at 12 o'clock. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131391 Call to Order None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate met at 12 o'clock noon, on the expiration of the recess. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131392 Motion To Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135837 Order of Business None 0 PROCEDURE The Senate, as in Committee of the Whole, resumed the consideration of the joint resolution. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135861 Motion to Have the Amendment Read None 0 PROCEDURE I should like to have the amendment read. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131623 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE Does the Senator from South Carolina yield to the Senator from New Mexico? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131628 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE Does the Senator from Connecticut yield to the Senator from Arkansas? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131657 Motion to Call Roll None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
131675 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. President, will the Senator yield for a question? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135927 Motion to Yield None 0 PROCEDURE Does the Senator from Missouri yield to the Senator from Arkansas? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135936 Suggestion of Absence of a Quorum None 0 PROCEDURE I suggest the absence of a quorum. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
135948 The Secretary will State the Amendment None 0 PROCEDURE The Secretary will state the amendment offered by the Senator from California. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136107 Motion to Call for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE I ask for the yeas and nays on the amendment submitted by myself. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136172 Motion for the Yeas and Nays None 0 PROCEDURE Let us have the yeas and nays. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136177 Motion to Report the Joint Resolution in the Senate None 0 PROCEDURE If there be no further amendments as in Committee of the Whole, the joint resolution will be reported to the Senate. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
713522 Motion for Third Reading None 0 PROCEDURE Shall the joint resolution be read a third time? 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)
136193 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE I move that the Senate do now adjourn. 58 Congressional Record (Bound) - Volume 58, Part 1 (May 19, 1919 to June 12, 1919)

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