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FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. RES. 29, 34, 36, 37, 40. 1880. 595 hereby authorized to loan two hospital tents to the Soldj ’ O ha e Soldi * h r Home of the State of Illinois for a period of six months fro(;SJun?nr; Hem fi? *£;1§¢:2¤` eighteen hundred and eighty. ’ ·>f,f,¤i¤<2i¤· Approved, May 1, 1880. °°p1mt°°t°‘ [N.34.]J`t lt' to C.R.Fu]]m thirt- · 3.1] ro. £.L‘$’.§..g.§"¥.’I the r~...1,.r£ os..g?'..f.`LC°t.°}.‘3i“§‘§“? 3'i.`Z.“€.f.;Z§§§.‘“ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Clerk of the House be, and C R FMI1km,, he is hereby, instructed to pay C. R. Faulkner, the sum of thirty-two payinont to. ’ dollars and fifty cents, balance due him as an employee of the House during the Forty-fifth Congress. For the payment of said claim the sum oi thirty- two dollars and fifty cents is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not_otherwise appropriated. Sec. 2. That the sum of one thousand dollars, or so much thereof' as Appropriation may benecessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any for ibldcfs i¤ Swmoney ID. the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to pay folders in the "°‘ Senate folding room for folding pamphlets and speeches, for the nscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, at the rates now established by law. . Approved, May 14, 1880. [N.36.]J‘t 1t‘ t tb' thS fth Na tol M:1271880. ° Sit éf§3i‘l££.y‘I.r“3.. titles? .?€£"”?»‘¥e¥ia ..io..iK’.;.».i..°““ “°““ *" —-°l+—— Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy be, Grand Army of and he is hereby authorized to loan to Charles E. Joyce representing *11** Rerublie i·¤ the Grand Army of the Republic in the District of Columbia such United }’£‘;’u,B§t’i°t "' C"' States and foreign iiags as can be spared and one hundred fathoms of L0,,,,'0m,,g,,&c_ light rope for use in decorating the cemetery at Arlington Virginia, on _ the twenty-ninth day of May, eighteen hundred and eighty: Provided, P"""*’°· however, That security be required for good care of the property and its retnlilrn on or before the thirty-first day of May eighteen hundred and eig ty. Approved, May 27, 1880. [No. 37.] Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War furnish for use at the M8? 28, 1890- Soldiers’ and Sai1ors’ Reunion at Columbus, Ohio, to be held m August eighteen hun- ;·····;·- died and eighty, certain artillery, tents, and muskets. Msolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States _ , of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and is ”§:r;§;Bi1;?0,f¤1:,<: hereby, authorized to send from some government arsenal to be used at Commbug, 0,,,,, the S0ldier’s and Sai]o1·’s Reunion, at Columbus, Ohio, to be held on Au- Loan of mmm. gust tenth, eleventh, and twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty, such ry, tents, &c. artillery, tents, and muskets, as can be conveniently spared without loss, detriment, or expense to the public service, said cannon, tents, and muskets, to be reeeipted for by solvent and responsible persons, and to be returned after the holding of the Re-union m as hke good condition as when received. Approved, May 28, 1880. [No. 40.] Joint resolution authorizing the settlement the account of Thomas Worth- June 1, 1880. U ington, late colonel Forty-sixth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. ··—·-··"""' Resolved by the Senate wnd House of Rqoresentatives cj the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and he 0 ol, Thom as hcutby is, authorized and required to settle and adjust the account W<>f*h¤>B*°¤·