Committees are appointed in the different houses of Congress to consider bills relating to the following.

Elections.

Ways and Means.

Appropriations.

Judiciary.

Banking and Currency.

Weights and Measures.

Commerce.

Agriculture.

Foreign Affairs.

Military Affairs.

Post-Offlce and Post-Roads.

Public Lands.

Indian Affairs. Territories. Railways and Canals. Manufactures. Miners and Mining. Public Buildings and Grounds. Pacific Railroad.

Improvement of the Mississippi River. Education and Labor. Militia. Patents.

Invalid Pensions. Pensions. Claims.

War Claims.

Public Expenditures.

Private Land Claims.

District of Columbia.

Revision of the Laws.

Expenditures in the Department of State.

Expenditures in the Treasury Department.

Expenditures in the War Department.

Expenditures in the Navy Depart-ment.

Expenditures in the Post-Offlce Department.

Expenditures in the Interior Department.

Expenditures in the Department of Justice.

Expenditures in Public Buildings.

Rules.

Accounts.

Mileage.

Public Library.

Printing.

Enrolled Bills.

Census.

Civil Service.

Ventilation of Hall.

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