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248 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Rza. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 1868. G<>v¤g¤>¤*’¤ exceeding fifty thousand dollars: Provided, however, That nottning herein

°‘"°° contained shall be construed to prevent the storage or keeping of on}-

nance shores or other property at Governor’s Island, or the use in any way for the purposes of the government of any property or building which actually belongs to the Unged States. APPROVED, February 21, 186 . Feb. 22, 1868. [N0. 12.] A. Reseluthm to authorize the gecretary of War to employ Counsel in certain ·*"""‘ am. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United S°°¤‘°*•¤'Y of States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of Wap gf g3,,;?,,, be, and he is hereby, authorized to employ counsel for the defence of the dcfznd cmccrs, General of the army, Major-General George G. Meade, and BPBVCK &°‘“$“i"“° “""° Bri dier-General Thomas H Ruver provisional governor of Geeroia, for certain acts ga °. ° ’ . · ° ’ uudgr mm,- and any other officer or person mtrusted with the enforcement of the re- ¤¤'¤¤*i¤¤|¤·W¤· construction acts, or either of them, against. any smt. or proceedings, in any court in relation to their odicial acts. , SCHUYLER COLFAX, Sjoeaker of the Home of Representatives. B. F. WADE, President of the Senate pro tempore. Endorsed by the President: “Received February 11, 1868." Nom: BY THE DEPARTMENT on- S·rA·rm.—Tho foregoing resolution having been presented be the President of the United States for his approval, and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress m which it orivrinated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has gecome a law without his approval.] Feoi8, 1868. [No. 13.] A °1;`e;;>t:ti¢•%h;I1i';;ct??_1g”lt;ha1$atTI:e1tgJ?·ée;nmtx;{mQ;;¤E be supplied with Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Vciqmcs ¤¢’ States of America in Congress assembled, That the librarian of Congress N’"Y”"'€’ °f E?°` be, and is hereby, directed to deliver to the Secretary of State a set ploring inxpedn- , , , zion for Brncish of Danas Crustacea, being volumes thirteen and fourteen of the narra- G¤*'¤*¤m°¤°· five of the exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes; and that the Secretary of State is hereby directed to deliver them to the government of Great Britain. APPROVED, February 28, 1868. M h2 1868. No.14. Jo' t& lama th `i ¢heT namisaionth MMM {ls, Pemge, "£l't'L‘é""' [ ]of ciiltain ?'estinwni1i:lsoe`_;zt’I;Z A¢§utdnt—GeneralsT<(i;"l%he severzzl bézsq Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United M¤d¤¥¤,)•$¤¤· States of America in Congress assembled, That the ndjutant-generals §g*;g°£s5dl°rs of the several States and '.[`errit0ries be authorized to transmit through may be sem by the mails, free of postage, any medals, certificates of thanks, or other testmf: *"°° °*` imonials, awarded, or which may be awarded, by the legislatures of said W g°’ States and Territories to the soldiers thereoi under such regulations as the Postmaster-General may direct. Armovmn, March 2, 1868. Marchz 1868. [No. 15.] Joint Resolution authorizing the Comptroller the Currency to evoke the ’ flfpoinmeu of Receiver for the .Fh1'Ifl87`S’ and O¢tizens’ ligional Bank cy" VWZitGm3bNT§, ew York, and to restore said Bank to its Owners under certain Conditions. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Appointment States of America in Obngress assembled, That the Comptroller of the °f '°°°“`°' M Currency be authorized, with the approval of the Secretary of the