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1887. Speech of Senator John T. Morgan, January 6, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 396–400.) 1887. Speech of Senator Richard Coke, January 11, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 524-528.) 1887. Speech of Senator Eli Saulsbury, January 11, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 530-532.) 1887. Speech of Senator Wilkinson Call, January 12, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 565–571.) 1887. Speech of Senator Joseph E. Brown, January 12, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 571–573.) 1887. Speech of Senator J. H. Mitchell, January 12, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 573-578.) 1887. Speech of Senator William M. Evarts, January 13, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 603-609.) 1887. Bill to regulate commerce. Debated by Messrs. Crisp,

O'Neill, Dunham, Butterworth, Scott, and Caldwell, January 18, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 778–790.) 1887. Interstate commerce bill. Debated by Messrs. Crisp, O'Neill,

Weaver, Dunham, Adams, Anderson, Rowell, Bynum,
Scott, Guenther, Nelson, Henderson, and Butterworth,
January 19, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 806–823.) 1887. The Interstate commerce bill. Debated by Messrs. Caldwell,

Dibble, Hepburn, Crisp, Bragg, Cutcheon, Johnson, Long,
Martin, Oates, and Findlay, January 20, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 838–851.) 1887. Speech of Samuel Dibble, in the House of Representatives,

January 20, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 839–842.) 1887. Speech of Edward S. Bragg, in the House of Representatives,

January 20, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1,

pp. 842–843.)

1887. Speech of Byron M. Cutcheon, in the House of Representa

tives, January 20, 1887.

(In Congressional record, 49th Congress, 2d session, vol. 18, pt. 1, pp. 843-844.)

1888. Bill to regulate commerce. Debated by Messrs. Crisp, O'Neill,

Anderson, Grosvenor, Butterworth, Farquhar, Cannon, Ryan, Lind, Macdonald, Wilson, and Nelson, September 13, 1888.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 1st session, vol. 19, pt. 9,

pp. 8574-8586.) 1889. Bill to regulate commerce. Debated by Messrs. Crisp, Bayne,

Grosvenor, Stewart, and others, February 4, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 2,

pp. 1474-1487.)

1889.

Bill to regulate commerce.

Debated by Senators Sherman, Platt, and others, February 5, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 2 pp. 1515–1518.)

1889. Speech of Senator John Sherman, February 27, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3,

pp. 2375–2378.) 1889. Speech of Senator John H. Reagan, February 27, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3,

pp. 2378–2385.) 1889. Speech of Senator Shelby M. Cullom, February 27, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3,

pp. 2387–2391.) 1889. Bill to regulate commerce. Debated by Senators Platt, Sher

man, Cullom, and others, February 28, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3,

pp. 2434–2442.)

1889. Speech of A. R. Anderson, in the House of Representatives,

March 2, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3,

pp. 2666-2671.) 1889. Interstate commerce. Speech of Charles H. Grosvenor, in

the House of Representatives, March 2, 1889.

(In Congressional record, 50th Congress, 2d session, vol. 20, pt. 3, appendix, pp. 181-184.)

1891. Speech of Senator Matthew S. Quay, February 17, 1891.

(In Congressional record, 51st Congress, 2d session, vol. 22, pt. 3,

pp. 2789-2790.)

1892. Special rates to commercial travelers. The interstate-com

merce law a bad law and should be repealed. Speech of
Elijah A. Morse in the House of Representatives, February
19, 1892.
(In Congressional record, 52d Congress, 1st session, vol. 23, pt. 8,

appendix, pp. 9-11.) 1892. Inquiry concerning railways. Speech of Senator Wilkinson

Call, June 20, 1892.

(In Congressional record, 52d Congress, 1st session, vol. 23, pt. 8,

appendix, pp. 419-427.) 1893. Interstate-commerce law. Debated in the House of Represent

atives by Messrs. Patterson, O'Neill, Boatner, and others, January 19, 1893.

(In Congressional record, 52d Congress, 2d session, vol. 24, pt. 1,

pp. 709-715.) 1894. Amendment to interstate-commerce act. Debated by Messrs.

Patterson, Terry, Stockdale, Mallory, Cox, Northway,
Cannon, and Boatner, December 5, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1,

pp. 62–71.) 1894. Amendment to interstate-commerce act. Debated by Messrs.

Cooper, Patterson, Boatner, Henderson, Gresham, Morse,
Daniels, and Reed, December 6, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1,

pp. 87–105.) 1894. Speech of Franklin Bartlett, in the House of Representatives,

December 7, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1,

pp. 116–119.) 1894. Speech of William J. Bryan, in the House of Representatives,

December 7, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1,

pp. 119–122.) 1894. Speech of Stephen A. Northway, in the House of Representa

tives, December 7, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

122-124.) 1894. Speech of George D. Wise, in the House of Representatives,

December 7, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

124-126.) 1894. Speech of W. Bourke Cockran, in the House of Representa

tives, December 7, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

126-129.)

1894. Speech of John Dalzell, in the House of Representatives,

December 8, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

135-142.) 1894. Speech of Thaddeus M. Mahon, in the House of Representa

tives, December 8, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

143–147.) 1894. Speech of Joseph G. Cannon, in the House of Representatives,

December 11, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

220–223.) 1894. Speech of Joseph C. Sibley, in the House of Representatives,

December 11, 1894.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 1, pp.

223-224.) 1895. Railroads between Chicago and the Atlantic seaboard. Speech

of Senator William E. Chandler, January 29, 1895.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 2, pp.

1479–1480.) 1895. Speech of Senator Matthew C. Butler, February 15, 1895.

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 3, pp.

2208–2213.)

1894. Interstate-commerce law. Speech of Thomas J. Geary, in the

House of Representatives, December 8, 1894. .

(In Congressional record, 53d Congress, 3d session, vol. 27, pt. 4,

appendix, pp. 276–278.) 1898. Carriers engaged in interstate commerce.

General debate in the House of Representatives, May 5, 1898.

(In Congressional record, 55th Congress, 2d session, vol. 31, pt. 5,

pp. 4638–4649.) 1898. Arbitration between railroad companies and employees.

Speech of William V. Allen, May 11, 1898.

(In Congressional record, 55th Congress, 2d session, vol. 31, pt. 5,

pp. 4790_4795.)

1898. Railroad arbitration. General debate in the Senate, May 12,

1898.

(In Congressional record, 55th Congress, 2d session, vol. 31, pt. 5,

pp. 4843–4850, 4851-4858.)

1898. Carriers in interstate commerce and their employees. General

debate in the House of Representatives, May 19, 1898.

(In Congressional record, 55th Congress, 2d session, vol. 31, pt. 6,

pp. 5046–5054.)

1903. Regulation of interstate and foreign commerce. Debated

by Messrs. Dalzell, Underwood, Hull, Littlefield, Cannon, De Armond, Overstreet, Grosvenor, Cockran, Sulzer, and Hepburn, February 13, 1903.

(In Congressional record, 57th Congress, 2d session, vol. 36, pt. 2,

pp. 2151-2159.)

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