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rirrinrn oonennss. sm. 1. ms. is-21. 1888. 623 No. 18. Joint resolution to rint w v h miredMa 21, 1888. euilogies oh Seth C. Moifatt, late si.) Repr1es§1it;ti;vd)inSaClc?n§·;;sllu copies of the “T‘!""_— - Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be rinted of Seth C·M¤ff¤¤¤- the eulogies delivered in Con ress upon the late Seth C. gioifatt, a If*n¤*°g*¤¤ <>¤» *4* M Representative in the Fiftieth Uongress from the State of Michigan, P m ` twelve thousand five hundred copies, of which three thousand co ies shall be for the use of the Senate and nine thousand ive hundredp for the use of the House of Representatives ; and the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to have printed a portrait of P¤r¤¤¤~ the said Seth C. Moffatt, to accompany said eulogies ; and for the urpose of engraving and printing said portrait the sum of Eve hundred ollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro ri- Appmpmmu. ated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriatedi Approved, May 21, 1888. [No. 19.] Joint resolution to enable the President of the United States to extend may 24, 1888. to certain inhabitants of Japan a suitable recognition of their humane treatment of ——"""" the survivors of the crew of the American bark Cashmere. Resolved by the Senate and House zz Rejgesentatives of the United ' States of America in Congress assem led, hat the President of the Bark Cashmere. United States be, and he is hereb , authorized to extend to the inhabitants of the Island of Tanegashima, J apan, a suitable recognition wim of their kind and humane treatment of the survivors of the crew of crewogr ° m°° the American bark Cashmere, lost oil? that coast in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and to convey to the Government and people of Japan an expression of the high appreciation in which the Government and pglop e of the United tates hold such humane services. Sec. 2. at the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof APP!'0P!'U@i0¤· as may be necemary, is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the President to execute the purpose aforesaid. Approved, May 24,.1888. i o. 20. Joint resolution authorizin and directing the ment of the salaries Ms 29,1%. ofgzhe ogiders mid employees of Congregs for the month of Mliy, eighteen hundred ‘*"Z’"“"‘ an eig ty-eig Resolved by the Senate and House (gf Representatives of the United States of America in Conglress assem led, That the Secretary of the Emvltgyew of gyn- Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives be, and they Eau M`f,°°,§l$ggg,“’ are hereby, authorized and instructed to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House of Representatives their respective salaries for the month of May, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, on the twenty-ninth day of said month. Approved, May 29, 1888. [No. 2t.] Joint Resolution authorizing the loan of tents and tent equipage to the June 20, mss. veteran organizations of the Society of the Army of the Potomac. -—······-"‘ Whereas, at the annual reunion of the Society of the Army of the 1>mmb1e Potomac, held at Saratoga, New York. in eighteen hundred and eightyseven, a resolution was passed extending to all the survivors of the battle of Gettysburg an invitation to meet in fraternal reunion on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, July first, second, and third, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, on the field of