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THIARTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. RES. 52, 53, 54, 55, 56. 1867. 573 President of the United States to forward a copy of this resolution to the Copy hereof Emperor of Brazil, with a. request that it be communicated to the two m E'?‘P°'°' °f chambers. Hmm` Approved, March 2, 1867. [No. 53.] A Resofuhbn relative to the Post—O_§€ee and Sub-Treasury of the City of Boston. March 2, 1867. Resolved oy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the mayor and postmaster Commission of the city of Boston, the assistant treasurer for the United States at the *0 s°l"°" me {0* city of Boston, the president of the board of trade of the city of Boston, Eggiggizxlin and Aipheus Hardy. Daniel Davies, and John A. Andrew, of Boston, be B¤$¤>¤· appointed a commission to select a proper site for a building for a post·o£Gce and for the accommodation of the sub-treasury in the city of Boston, and that they report to the Postmaster-General and the Secretary of the Treasury at their earliesft] convenience, the selection upon which they or a majority of them may agree, and the price at which such site can be purchased by the government for the purposes contemplated in this resolution, if a nw site should be selected; and that if said report shall meet the approbation of the Postmaster·General and the Secretary of the Treasury, they shall communicate the same, with such additional suggestings [suggestions] as they may think proper, to Congress. Approved, March 2, 1867. [No. 54.] Joint Resolution to enable the Secretary ¢y" War to ca out an Agreement in March 2, 1867. Relation to {Vader Power for the Arsenal at Rcckyzland. "_`r";" Be it resolved Zn; the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of WVar be, { W=‘·*<·>¤‘ P<>W€¤' and he is hereby, authorized and empowered to carry into effect the recommendations of the commissioners appointed under the acts of April 1864,..ch. 60. nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-Four, and June twenty-seven, eigh- liggcxzg Pig°· teen hundred and sixty-six, relative to the Moline Water Company and Auth, pST5f ` the water power at Rock Island, Illinois, as contained in the report of said commissioners, and to make application for that purpose of the money heretofore appropriated for securing water power at the head of Rock Island. Approved, March 2, 1867. [No. 55.] A Resolution to provide for the Exchange of certain Public Documents. March 2, 1867- Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Oongiess assembled, That fifty copies of all documents Exehéngepf hereafter printed by order of either House of Congress, and fifty copies g;;l$:1';€g;bh° additional of all documents printed in excess of the usual number, to- ° gether with fifty copies of each publication issued by any department or bureau of ihe government, be placed at the disposal of the joint committee on the Library, who shall exchange the same, through the agency of the Smithsonian Institution, For such works published in foreign countries, and especially by foreign governments, as may be deemed by said committee an equivalent; said works to be deposited in the hbrary of Congress. Approved, March 2, 1867. [N0. 56.] Joint Besolumm fw the Reduemm if the Military Reservation ry Fort Riley, Mawb 2, 1867- and to grant Land for Bridge Purposes to t/ie Stale of Kansas. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the southwestern boundary b0§gg;E;;§t;'3_ of U18 military reservation of Fort Riley, in the State Of Kansas, b€, i21I1d nary reservation U18 same is hereby, declared to be hereafter the channel of the Riepublican ggtfgghggsy