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No.

1035. Reports and hearings on woman suffrage.

1037. Homestead rights on certain lands in Idaho.

1038. Contagious and infectious diseases among Indians.

1039. Imprisonment of persons serving in Army.

1046. Land grants to Oklahoma in Kiowa and Comanche Reservation.

1052. Independence of the judiciary, the safeguard of free institutions.

1054. Some powers and problems of Federal administrative.

1059. Imprisonment of persons serving in Navy and Marine Corps.

1060. Constitutionality of control of interstate shipments of liquor.

1062. Message of President relative to capital punishment.

1064. Cancellation of homestead entries on reclamation projects in Idaho.

1065. Conference report on legislative, executive, etc., appropriation bill.

1066. Veto message relating to exhibition of pictures in District of Columbia.

1070. Eminent domain, decision in case of Hagerla v. Mississippi River Power Co.

1071. American commission to study agricultural credit, etc., abroad.

1075. Homestead entries on forest reservations in Washington State.

1087. Veto message relating to regulation of immigration of aliens.

1092. Electoral college, by John W. Holcombe.

1094. Flood control of Mississippi River.

1095. The Constitution, the court, and the people.

1097. Report on Carey act projects.

1098. Report on Ellis Island affairs, 1912.

1102. Conference report on legislative, executive, etc., appropriation bill.

1103. Change in plan of handling Government receipts and disbursements.

1105. Recovery of Government waste paper.

1106. Speech by Oliver W. Holmes in New York City, Feb. 15, 1913.

1107. Report of National Academy of Sciences, 1912.

- 1108. Address by F. W. Collins on Constitution of U. S., its friends and foes.

1109. Commercial and agricultural organizations of United States.

1110. Message relative to annual payment to Panama under terms of treaty.

1122. Rules and practice of Senate from Mar. 4, 1789, to Mar. 14, 1863.

1124. Eight-hour day.

1126. Memorial relating to government of District of Columbia.

1127. Conference report on Military Academy appropriation bill.

1128. Conference report on Indian appropriation bill.

1129. Claims of and against Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians.

1131. Conference report on agricultural appropriation bill.

1132. Conference report on District of Columbia appropriation bill.

1133. Letter transmitting Fauna of British India, Diptera nematocera.

1135. Article on Amendment of Sherman antitrust law.

1136. Securities for Government deposits.

1137. Titles to lands in District of Columbia.

1138. Memorial relating to government of District of Columbia.

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WOMAN SUFFRAGE

REPORTS AND HEARINGS

RELATIVE TO

JOINT RESOLUTIONS

PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CON.
STITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES PRO-
VIDING THAT THE RIGHT OF CITIZENS
OF THE UNITED STATES TO VOTE SHALL
NOT BE DENIED OR ABRIDGED BY THE
UNITED STATES OR BY ANY STATE ON
ACCOUNT OF SEX

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

January 22, 1913. Ordered, That Senate Report Numbered Six hundred and eightysix, and part two of said report (Forty-seventh Congress, first session); Senate Report Numbered Three hundred and ninety-nine, and part two of said report (Forty-eighth Congress, first session) ; House of Representatives Report Numbered One thousand three hundred and thirty (Forty-eighth Congress, first session); Senate Report Numbered One thousand one hundred and forty-three, and views of minority (Fifty-second Congress, second session); and “Hearings before a Joint Committee of the Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Woman Suffrage of the Senate on Woman Suffrage,”” be printed as a Senate document. Attest:

CHARLES G. BENNETT,

Secretary

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