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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. RES. 23-26. 1895 973 [No. 23.] Joint Resolution In reference to the free zone along the northern front March 1, 1895. tier of Mexico and adjacent to the United States. ;—·—1· Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury Fm goueméxico. be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to suspend the operation l,,,£§'{‘$"§u*;’;B€,Yi°8‘}i“i“ of section three thousand and five of the Revised Statutes, in so fm- R— SJ ¤¤¤- 30¢>5.'1>- as the same permits goods, wares, and merchandise to be transported m' in bond through the United States into the free zone of Mexico, so long as the Mexican hee-zone law exists: Provided, That nothing Promo. herein contained shall be construed so as to prevent the transportation ;,,g2{" P°"‘“ ""“°‘f‘ of merchandise in bond to be delivered at points in the territory of Mexico beyond the limits of said free zone. · Approved, March 1, 1895. R1:0. 24.] Joint Resolution Granting permission for the erection of a. bronze statue March 2, 1895. in ashingtou, District of Columbia, in honor of the late Professor Samuel D. Gross, *;— doctor of medicine, doctor of laws, doctor of civil law. ` Whereas the physicians and surgeons of the United States of P¤>¤¤¤b¤·=· America have raised a fund for the erection of a bronze statue to the memory of Samuel D. Gross, doctor of medicine, doctor of laws, doctor 0f civil law, late professor of surgery in the J eiferson Medical College of Philadelphia, whose labors in the cause of his profession as surgeon and as author have caused his name to be respected in the civilized world as one of the benefactors of his race and have added luster to the entire medical profession of the United States: Therefore, be it ‘ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States 1y' America in Congress assembled, That permission be, and the same is D$==:· ¤¤¤D-GM¤.M- hereby, gmnted to the American Surgical Association and the Alumni i>Z¤.;im,.. to erm Association of the Jeiferson Medical College to erect said statue in m*"° °€ i¤W¤¤¤¤s- such place in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, as shall be ` designated by the Superintendent of Public Buildings and Grounds. And the sum of iitteen hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be Appropriation rmnecessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury P°‘*°“‘°1· not otherwise appropriated, for the erection of a pedestal upon which to place the said statue. i . Approved, March 2, 1895. [No. 25.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of War to deliver to citi- March 2‘ 1895. ze¤s’ general committee on the Twenty-ninth National Eucmnpiuent Grand Army """‘*·‘*··—··· of the Republic, to be held at Louisville, September, eighteen hundred and ninety- EVO, C0IldI:5lHI\€d C811BOD. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War is hereby coudemum minion. authorized to deliver to the order of Thomas H. Sherley, general chair. A,If,§’;?§‘,}?§1e§§’cp‘{,‘{§‘]}§T man Twenty-ninth National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic citizens} committee, Louisville, Kentucky, such condemned cannon asis necessary for the purpose of furnishing badges to the Grand Army delegates at said encampment: Provided, That no expense shall be caused Promo. the United States through the delivery of said condemned cannon. D°“'°"‘ Approved, March 2, 1895. [No. 26.] Joint Resolution To extend the time for taking testimony in relation Muck ‘2·18‘·?5· to the value of the improvements of the Monongahela Navigation Company on the ’_“"""°‘j— Monongahela River in Pennsylvania. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the time fo! taking testimony Pgivnongahela River. as to the value of the improvements. of the Monongahela Navigation ‘