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F1FI`Y-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. CHS. 50, 51. 1905. 611 the House document room, one hundred copies; to the superintendent of documents, ten copies; and of each House report on a private bill, simple or concurrent resolution, two hundred and sixty copies, which shall be distributed as follows: To the Senate document room, one hundred and thirty-Eve copies; to the Secretary of the Senate, fifteen copies; to the House document room, one hundred copies; to the superintendent of documents, ten copies: Hwdd, That nothing con- M mmm m tained in this Act shall be construed to prevent the binding of all 1‘¤¤¤¥v¤V¤l¤!¤¢¤. Senate and House reports in the reserve volumes bound for and delivered to the Senate and House libraries: Provided, That not less mlggpgff, °” °l°*”” than twelve copies of each report on bills for the payment or adjudi- ` cation of claims against the Government shall be kept on file in the Senate document room. _ , Sec. 2. That section fifty-five of said Act is hereby amended to read al;';ga€d”· P- 609- aS‘f(Sl0WS: Th h ll d f h S d H V W i I ‘ nc. 55. ere s a be rinte o eac enate an ouse public Pu °bi 1*- W'- bill and joint resolution sixp hundred and twenty-five copies, gvhich 0m°smb°pnni°d` shall be distributed as follows: To the Senate document room, two hun- Distribution. dred and twenty-five copies; office of Secretary of Senate, fifteen copies; House document room, three hundred and eighty-five copies. There shall be printed of each Senate private bill, wglien introduced, “°”‘*°P"*“’° bimwhen reported, and when passed, three hundred copies, which shall be distributed as follows: To the Senate document room, one hundred and seventy copies; to the Secretary of the Senate, fifteen copies; to the House document room, one hundred copies; to the superintendent of documents, ten co ies. There shall be printed of each House pri- H¤¤¤¢1>riv¤¤¤b111¤- vate bill when introduced, when reported, and when assed, two hundred and sixty copies, which shall be distributed as follows: To the Senate document room, one hundred and thirty-tive copies; to the Secretary of the Senate, fifteen copies; to the House document room, one hundred copies; to the superintendent of documents, ten copies. The term ‘ private bill’ shall be construed to mean all bills for the relief of private parties, bills granting pensions, bills removing political disabilities, and bills for the survey of rivers and harbors. All bills and wg ¤i11¤¤r¤¢6be resolutions shall be printed in bill form, and, unless specially ordered mm ° by either House, shall only be printed when referred to a committee, · when favorably reported back, and after their passage by either House. Of concurrent and simple resolutions, when reported, and after their Concurrent. ~>¤<¤». . _ · • !‘€S0l\ltl0HS. passage by either House, onlv two hundn ed and sixty copies shall be rinted, except by special order, and the same shall be distributed as fbllows: To the Senate document room, one hundred and thirty-five copies; to the Secretary of the Senate, fiftcen copies; to the House document room, one hundred copies; to the superintendent of documents, ten copies." Approved, January 20, 1905. January 21, 1905. UHAP. 61.-—An Act For an additional circuit judge in the first judicial circuit. [H- K Tm-] [Public, N0. 18.] Be it enacted the Senate and House qf]?e esentattves of the United , . Staten of Amerbiéa in Cbzzgrens rmembted, Tlirit there shall be in the l*{}§€€{l.?i§5s§$E{E§ first 'udicial circuit an additional circuit judge. who shall be appginted ,ugggm°¤*`*l °¤‘¤¤¤* by tile President, by and with the advice and consent of the nate, and shall sess the same qualifications and shall have the same powers and jurixiou now prescribed by law in respect to the present c1rcuit judges. Approved, January 21, 1905.