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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Suss. I. Rus. 49-52, 57. 1882. 389 and to the United States, its installation and supervision, in London, APD¤<>1>fi=¤·ti<>¤i*¤ and such otheriucidental expenses as may of necessity arise, there is b? ‘”‘P°“°°d ““d°’ hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury of the United ?,:f?,$,;°?,?lf§i°r°f,$; States not otherwise appropriated, the sum of fifty thousand dollars, or mem; of state? so much thereof as may required to be immediately available, and to be expended by the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, . under the du·ect1ou and regulations of the Department of State. Approved, July 18, 1882. [Nu. su.] JOINT RESOLUTION for printing the report of the Life-Saving Service. July 19, 1882. Resolved by tbe Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be printed ten P1‘i!¤*i¤s ¤‘¤p<¤‘*¤ thousand copies of the report of the, operations of the United States °f Ii‘f°‘S“"“£ Life-Saving Service for the year ending June thirtieth,_ eighteen hun- °°"1°°' dred and eighty-one, including the instructions to mariners in case of plppwiileck and the tables showing the location of stations, but without e other accompanying tab es for distribution among the officers of Distribution. 3E‘£..t‘Z}2’.‘.;“E?’£E."é‘L‘3.?;it$,'?€’£1a‘}; i‘I-2.§3¥§“°'“ °’ °‘““’"““’ ""“°’ “‘° Approved, July 19, 1882. [No. 51.] JOINT RESOLUTION to continue theprovisions of a joint resolution ap- July 20, 1882. proved June thirtieth eighteen hundred and eighty-two,entitleda "Joint Remlution —+—— to provide temporarily ger the expenditures 0% the Government." ` Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of a joint Pr0v¤¤w¤¤f<>r resolution entitled a "Joint Resolution to provide temporarily_i'or the mwéggj ex ieuditures of the Government/’ approved June thirtieth eighteen Bmmmt ,,,,,,,,,,;,,,1 I 7 hundred and eighty-two, be and thedsamp are helfeby extedpglpg and u»Ju1y 31, 1882. continued in full force and effect to an inc uding the thirty' - ayo ° July, eighteen hundred and eighty-two. Approved, July 20, 1882. ’ [No. 52.] JOINT RESOLUTION gr pvrinting mgm on the subject of tornadoes July 21, ]_882_ ID 0 %t6ID _`;`;"" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That three thousand copies of there- hl; gy rt of John P. Finley made under the direction of the Signal Service, P9 v · P0 _ 1 _ Finley, to be on the subject of tornadoes, be printed; one thousandjive hundred of pmt8d_ which shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, seven hun- Distribution. dred and fifty for the use of the Senate, and seven hundred and hfty _ for the use of the Signal Service Bureau. . Approved, July 21, 1882. ‘ ’ la.to th ml ards t company the July 31.1892- ‘“°·5Z£.m;?.‘3£`L.§‘..*?£‘f.‘:.‘{‘{§‘i.E'.’:.d“;‘t¢*..l%f al';???. 5... X.“é.a..u ————— Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Mmmm cards of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of one thousand six to accom mv hundred dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated, out of any mamma, m]‘_,més money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the Secrc- 0,, 1,,-,, and 01,,,,., tary of the Treasury to furnish the memorial cards to accompcapylthe getgzsci al address on the life and character of James A. Garii , a . . Rsgidzent of the United States, ordered to be printed by joint resolu- *m"°P"“°’°"' tion approved June seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-two. Approved, July 31, 1882.