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, FOBTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. SE S. H. Bus. 9, 10, 11. 1880. 30] [No. 9.] Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of Warto ex end a sum of money Feb. 5, 1880. heretofore appropriated for the erection of a storehouse and fepot building at the ·——-——··——· city of Omaha, in the State of Nebraska. Whereas, by act of Congress approved June twenty-third, eighteen 1879, eh. 26, hundred and eventy-nine, the sum of thirty thousand dollars was appro- Sm- r P- 3** priated for the purpose of erecting a military storehouse and depot building at the city of Omaha, in the State of Nebraska, providing thalt no part of said sum should be expended for the purchase of ground; an Whereas the citizens of said city of Omaha have donated to the Govern- Preamble. ment of the United States five acres of land, the title having been approved by the Attorney-General, whereon said building or buildings are to be erected; and " Whereas_ the legislature of the State of Nebraska does not convene until R. S., 355. January, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, so as to fulfill the requirements of section three hundred and nfty-five of the Revised Statutes touching the expenditure of said money; and Whereas the necessities of the government demand the immediate erection of said building or buildings; Therefore, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and is _·$’><>¤¤><>tM‘y ofWM hereby, empowered and directed to expend the said sum of thirty thou- d"°°*“d.t‘€,°XP°"d sand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the erection °lppr°pm °°' of said building or buildings. Approved, February 5, 1880. [N o. 10.] Joint resolution for printing the American Ephemcris and Nautical Almanac Fab. 11, 18g0_ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be printed annually _ Th c American at the Government Printing Office fifteen hundred copies of the Ameri 1,1-ip 1:9 T ‘“"l can Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac and of the papers supplementary ,,,$R$,””,,,,,,,'f},j'{{1,${° thereto, of which one hundred shall be for the use of the Senate, four ‘ hundred for the House of Representatives, and one thousand for the public service, to be distributed by the Navy Department. Sec. 2. That additional copies of the Ephemeris and of the Nautical Ad d i ti o nal Almanac extracted therefrom may be ordered by the Secretary of the °°P*°¤ f°’ Sm- Navy for sale: Provided, That all moneys received from such sale shall Proviw. Be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the appropriation for pub· `c printing. Approved, February 11, 1880. · [No. 11.] Joint resolution concerning an international nshery exhibition to be held Feb. 16, 1880. in Berlin, Germany, in April, eighteen hundred and eighty. --——-—·— Whereas, all civilized nations take part in the internationalnshery Preamble. exhibition to be held in the city of Berlin, Germany, in April, eighteen In tern atrepe.1 hundred and eighty, it is deemed both right and expedient that the Hgllglfbp °Xl¤*>**¤<>¤¤ prominent and eifective action of the United States in the line of the “ °‘ ‘“‘ artificial propagation of fish and the stocking of depleted nshing waters should be conspicuously and well exhibited on the occasion; Therefore, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That to enable the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries to exhibit America m_ Berlin in fC;¤¤t¤ end ¤¤2g<>(l¤ April, eighteen hundred and eighty, a fair and full collection of the gS,m;"°§,‘ff"’ ° ' different specimens of American food-fishes, casts thereof, models of, ’ and implements, and so forth, used in the prosecution of American lisheries, the sum of twenty thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of A m muon any moneys not otherwise appropriated in the Treasury of the United pp p · Stains, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose, to be