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rirrinrn condense. suss. 1. aus. sims. mss. 629 [No. 37.] Joint resolution providing for the printing of a Supplement to Wliar- August r3_ rss, ton`s Digest of International Law. ———————— Resolved by the Senate and House of Representati res of the United States of America t n Congress assembled, That there be printed, under .Di=€S¤ of I¤¤*¤‘¤¤· the editorial charge of Francis Vllharton, the usual number of copies Wsli;i;l’g;éutt0,tum of a supplement to the Digest of International Law, printed under P""P“”""· joint resolution of July twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and eighty- v01. 24,;). aa. six, and under the same conditions and limitations as are imposed in said resolution, such supplement containing the diplomatic correspondence of the American revolution, with historical and legal notes; and that there be printed, in addition to said usual number, two thousand co ies for the use of the Senate, four thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives, and one thousand copies for the use of the Department of State. Approved, August 13, 1888. [No. 38;] Joint resolution providing for the printing of the portion of the an- August 14, 1888. nual report of the Chief of the Bureau of Statistics on Commerce and Navigation ·—··¥—‘ for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled · "Annual report of the Chief of the Bureau of Statistics in regard to imported merchandise entered for consumption in the United States, with amounts of duty and rates of duty collected." Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be printed twenty disiglwrtsef m<=r¤1w¤~ thousand copies of the report of the Chief of the Bureau of Statistics Itéport or cme: of in regard to imported merchandise entered for consumption in the §,“b"‘_.j“;'mj’{,,dS°“‘*S°‘°“ United States, with rates of duty and amounts of duty collected, for ` the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven; thirteen thousand for the use of the members of the House of Representatives; six thousand for the use of members of the Senate; and one thousand for the use of the Bureau of Statistics of the Treasury Department. The sum of fifteen hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be neces- Appropriation. sary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray the cost of the publication of said report. Approved, August 14, 1888. [No. 39.] Joint resolution directing the Secretary of War to investigate and =\“¥“** W 1*****- report the amoiuit due to the State of South Carolina for the reigft of the Citadel WN Academy. ` Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of A merica It n Congress assembled. That the Secretary of Wzmr Q <g¢¤<*~**· €¤¤¤¢¤¤>¤- be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to investigate and re- T-SPI7!tBl8,l`}' of§\'arto port the amount due to the State of South Carolina for the rent of (;Q“'“‘ M the Citadel, at Charleston, South Carolina, from August twentieth, ' oiglnteern hundred and sixty-seven, to February second. eighteen liumlrezl and eighty-two, including the sum equitably due to the State of South Carolina for the loss by fire of the west wing of the said building while in the occupation of the United States. and the appropriation by the United States of the bricks of the said wing to other Government uses ; and that he report the result of such inves- Répontigation to Congress. Approved, August 1-L, 1888.