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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS.

STATUE OF JOHN J. INGALLS.

February 9, 1905. Statue of John J. Ingalls. Proceedings on acceptance of, ordered printed. Engraving of statue.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That there be printed and bound in one volume the proceedings in Congress upon the acceptance of the statue of the late John James Ingalls sixteen thousand five hundred copies, of which five thousand shall be for the use of the Senate, ten thousand for the use of the House of Representatives, and the remaining one thousand five hundred shall be for the use and distribution by the governor of Kansas; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directed to have printed an engraving of said statue to accompany said proceedings, said engraving to be paid for out of the appropriation for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Passed February 9, 1905.

THANKS FOR STATUE OF FRANCES E. WILLARD.

February 20, 1906. Thanks of Congress to the people of Illinois for statue of Frances E. Willard.

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the statue of Frances E. Willard, presented by the State of Illinois, to be placed in Statuary Hall, be accepted by the United States, and that the thanks of Congress be tendered the State for the statue of one of the most eminent women of the United States.

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, duly authenticated, be transmitted to the Governor of the State of Illinois.

Passed February 20, 1905.

EXECUTIVE REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES.

February 24, 1905. "Executive Register of the United States, 1789 to 1902." Printing ordered.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That there be printed from existing stereotype plates and bound in cloth one thousand five hundred copies of the Executive Register of the United States, seventeen hundred and eighty nine to nineteen hundred and two," of which five hundred copies shall be for the use of the Senate and one thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives.

Passed February 24, 1905.

EULOGIES ON MARCUS A. HANNA.

February 28, 1905. Eulogies on Marcus A. Hanna. Printing ordered.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That of the eulogies on the late Senator Marcus A. Hanna there be printed and bound in cloth six thousand and two hundred additional copies, of which two thousand shall be for the use of the Senate and four thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives and two hundred of which shall be bound in full morocco, with gilt edges, for the family of the deceased.

Passed February 28, 1905.

LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION.

March 2, 1905. Lewis and Clark Exposition. Invitation to Congress to attend opening ceremonies accepted.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the invitation extended to the Congress of the United States by the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition and Oriental Fair to attend the opening ceremonies of said exposition to be held at Portland, Oregon, June first, nineteen hundred and five, be, and is hereby, accepted.