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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS.

Appointment of committee.

That the president pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to appoint a committee to consist of ten Senators and fifteen Representatives of the Fifty-eighth Congress to attend the formal opening ceremonies referred to, and to represent the Congress of the United States on that occasion.

Passed March 2, 1905.

REPORT OF COMMISSION ON iNTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE.

March 2, 1905. Report of commission on International Exchange etc. Printing ordered.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That there be printed and bound in cloth ten thousand copies of the final report of the commission on International Exchange, together with the appendixes thereto, of which two thousand shall be for the use of the Senate, four thousand for the use of the House of Representatives and four thousand for the use of the commission.

Passed March 2, 1905.

VENEZUELAN ARBITRATION CASES.

March 2, 1905. Venezuelan arbitration cases, Hague Tribunal. Report of the agent of the United States ordered printed.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That there be printed and bound one thousand one hundred copies of the report of the agent of the United States in arbitration of the Venezuelan cases before The Hague Tribunal, with accompanying appendixes referred to in the messaoge of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives, dated January twenty-third, nineteen hundred and five, two hundred for the use of the Senate, four hundred for the use of the House of Representatives, and five hundred for the use of the Department of State.

Passed March 2, 1905.

STATUE OF FRANCES E. WILLARD.

March 2, 1905. Statue of Frances E. Willard. proceedings on acceptance of, ordered printed.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That there be printed and bound of the proceedings in Congress upon the acceptance of the statue of the late Frances E. Willard, presented by the State of Illinois, 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 the State of Illinois; 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 or the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Passed March 2, 1905.

PROGRESS 0F THE BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY. March 2, 1905. Report on Progress of the Beet Sugar Industry ordered printed.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring) That there be printed twelve thousand copies of the Report on the Progress of the Beet Sugar Industry in the United States in nineteen hundred and four; one thousand copies for the use of the Senate, three thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives and eight thousand copies for the use of the Department of Agriculture.

Passed March 2, 1905.