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256 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Rus. 48, 49, 51, 52, 54. 1868. July 3. 1868. [No. 48.] A Resolution donating certain captured Ordnanceffw the Completion of a ____"- Monument tv the Memory ty the late Major- General ohn Sedgwick. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Bwnwcnnncn States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of Wm- §:;_z°;:l‘;$:lG¥,’{1"; be, and he is hereby, euthorized and required to place in charge ·of' Maj. Sedgwick. or-General H. G. Wright, Mayor-General Frank Wheaton, Ma_]or-General George W. Getty, and Mejor-General Truinan Seymour, three bronze cannon, captured by the sixth army corps in battle, for the construction of a statue of the Inte Mejor-General John Sedgwick, to be placed on a. monument erected to his memory by the sixth corps of the army of the Potomac. Approved, July 3, 1868. July 8, 1868. [N0. 49.] hint Revolution Relative to the Pay of the assistant Librarian of the House. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Psy of pssist- States of America in Congress assembled, That for the present Congress, af; commencing therewith, the clerk is directed to pay from the contingent piemmsves. fund of the House, to the assistant librarian in charge of the hell library, the difference between his present pay and the pay of the file, printing, and engrossinv clerks. Arrn0v1·:1>tJuly 3, 1868. July 6_ 1353, [No. 51.] Joint Resolution to corréct an Actfegilled "An Act for the Relief ofcertain "`_18o8, cl-—_h. v5?' ¢P¢>··¢·¢¤ ¤ ¤m·" Am’ p` 7S' Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _R<=li<=¤" of ¤¤r— States of America in Oongress assembled, That the word " and " where E‘1‘;_°"P°"‘°'“ °l it occurs in said not after the word " export ” and before the words “ ectually contmoted" be changed to “or," so that the corrected act shall rend " intended for export or actually contracted for." Armaovno, July 6, 1868. July 'I, 1868. [N0. 52.] Joint Resolution in Relation to the Erection of a Bridge in Boston Harbor. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Commission States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the N avy gggnoihs Extféo shall detail two competent end impartial officersl of the navy, and the in Bggtqn Hm. Sc-cremry of War shall detail o competent and impartial officer of the bm'- engineer corps, who shall compose n. commission, whose duty it shall be to make careful examination of the harbor of Boston, and shall report to Congress, at its next session, in what manner the commerce of said harbor und the interests of the United States in the navy yard at Charlestown will be affected by the construction of a. bridge over the water between the mnin lend in the city of Boston and East Boston, in the manner provided in an act of the legislature of the State of Massachusetts, entitled “An act to incorporate the Maverick Bridge Company "; and no bridge shall be erected by said company across said water until the assent ol` Congress shall be given thereto. Avraovnb, July 7, 1868. J¤ly 1$» 1€6§;_ [No. 54.] A Resolution placing certain Traaps of Missouri on an equal Footing with others as lo umies. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United \C¤*'{¤l¤ **09Ii* States of America in Congress assembled, That the troops recognized l?0g€§:g°,$i3?`$;l_ in nn act entitled "An act making appropriations for completing the deunmers in to fences of Washington, and for other purposes," approved February thirljggéllg 25 § 3 teemh, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, be, and are hereby, considered as yolf ,;{_ p_’3a9Q placed on an equal footing with the volunteers as to bounties, and that all Inws relating to bounties be applicable to them as to other volunteers. Am-novmv, July 13, 1868.