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2. Legislative history of the Subsistence Department of the United States Army from June 16, 1775, to August 15, 1876

30. Joint Resolution Requesting Doctors Bemiss and Cochran and Engineer Hardie to Complete their Reports upon the Yellow-Fever Epidemic of Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-Eight for the Use of Congress

31. Joint Resolution Requesting Surgeon-General Woodworth to Complete the Reports of the Yellow-Fever Commission Organized by him to Investigate the Yellow-Fever Epidemic of Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-Eight, and to Present the Same, Together with the Completed Reports of the Board of Experts, for the Use of Congress

32. Joint Resolution Continuing the Committees of the Senate and House of Representatives on the Subject of Epidemic Diseases, and Authorizing Them to Sit in Vacation, and Creating a Commission of Eminent Scientists to Investigate in the Port of Havana, and Report to Congress, the Nature, Origin, and Cause of Yellow Fever

33. A Bill to Prevent the Introduction of Contagious or Infectious Diseases into the United States, and to Establish a Bureau of Public Health

34. A Bill for Creating a National Public Health Organization

35. A Bill to Prevent the Introduction of Contagious or Infectious Diseases into the United States, and to Establish a Bureau of Public Health

37. Mr. Casey Young, on leave, introduced the following bill, A Bill to Prevent the Introduction of Infectious or Contagious Diseases into the United States, and to Establish a Board of Health

47. The establishment of the War Department, as one of the civil executive departments of the United States Government: with a general view of its interior organization and administration

49. A fable of the spider and the bees: verified by facts and press and pulpit comments which should command the serious attention of every American citizen