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302 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. SEss. II. RES. 11, 12, 13, 14. 1880, immediately available on the passage of this resolution, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State. _ _ _ United States to Sec. 2. That the United States 00mm18S10DOT of Fish and Fisheries be, "° “*R’°€°”t°d by and is hereby authorized to represent the United States, either in per- €§I'§,‘Q”;I?°‘°”°” °r son or by a deputy to be appointed by the President of the United States, and that, at his discretion, he may use any portion of the collections at present forming part of the National Museum m making up the proposed exhibition by the United States. _ _ _ Reports. V Sec. 3. That the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries be, and is hereby, instructed to present to Congress, through the Department of State, a report upon the Berlin exhibition, showing the recent progress and present condition of the fisheries and of iish-culture in ` foreign countries. ` Approved, February 16, 1880. Feb. 17, 1880. [No. 12.] Joint resolution to print the eulogies delivered in the two houses of Con- —·;———- gross upon the late Zachariah Chandler. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Z¢w1¤Mi¤»hO1¤m— of America in Congress assembled, That twelve thousand copies of the mg}`: {“’?°““‘]· eulogies delivered in the two houses of Congress upon the late Zachariah ‘" °”l°°' Chandler, be printed, eight thousand for the use of the House of Representatives and four thousand for the use of the Senate, and the Secretary of the Treasury have printed the portrait of Mr. Chandler to accompany the same, and for the purpose of defrayin g the expense of procuring the Appropriation. said portrait the sum of five hundred dollars be, and is hereby, appropriatcd out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 17, 1880. Feb. 25, 1880. [No. 13.] Joint resolution for printing the eulogies delivered in the Senate and w w House of Representatives upon Honorable Rush Clark, deceased. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Rush Clark, oo- of Amerika in Congress assembled, That nine thousand copies of the eulo- °°;{§°{l· _ gies delivered in the two Houses of Congress upon the late Rush Clark ’" °g‘““‘ be printed, six thousand copies for the use of the House of Representa- _ tives and three thousand copies for the use of the Senate, and the Secre- P°F¤=¤*·_ _ tary of the Treasury have printed the portrait of Mr Clark to accompany APP¤>1>¤=>»¤<>¤· the same; and for the defraying the expense of procuring the said portrait the sum of five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and is hereby, appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 25, 1880. Feb. 25, 1880. [No. 14.] Joint resolution making appropriations for the Reform School of the Disw triot of Columbia. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States D_R€f¤F{1JSfh00l0f of America in Congress assembled, That to enable the Commissioners of 'S · ° 0 umbwt the District of Columbia to carry into effect the act approved March g?;, ik 153;, third, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, which continues in force the ‘* ·· 4 · thirteenth section of the “Act revising and amending the various acts establishing and relating to the Reform School of the District of Colum- 1376, ch. @0, bia", approved May third eighteen hundred and seventy-six, they be 1 S°““·» °r and are hereby, authorized and directed to pay to the board of trustees of said Reform School of the District of Columbia the two dollars per week from and after the first day of July eighteen hundred and seventy- mne, for each boy committed thereto as provided by said thirteenth section of the act of May third, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, afore