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972 I<‘IFT1[=THIBD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Bus. 19-22. 1895. numbered one hundred and nine, Grand Army of the Republic, of Ply- mouth, Pennsylvania, four hght pieces of condemned cast-1ron cannon and twenty cannon balls; to the William H. Tarbee Post, Grand Army of the Republic, of McGrawville, New York, four 11ght_p1eces of condemned cast-iron cannon and twenty balls; to the lVIa)or Coxe Po?3 Grand Army of the Republic, of Freeland, Pennsylvania, one condemn cast-iron cannon and ten cannon balls, also to the R. Carpenter Post, Grand Army of the Republic, Chelsea, Michigan, two condemned castiron cannon and twenty cannon balls, for use in decorating the lots set apart for the burial of ex-soldiers in the cemeteues of S3·1d posts. Approved, February 26, 1895. February 26,1005. [N0. 20.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to donate to -—-·+—·· the Oregon State Soldiers’ Home, at Roseburg, Oregon, certain cannon, and so forth. Resolved by gte Senate and gogsenxif Repregentatives 0; tge gnitedbgtateg 0·>¤•1¤¤¤¤¤•! ¤¤¤¤¤¤· of America in ongress assem e at the ecretaryo the avy an °tBb¤·¤1o¤z¤s¤1une»· he is hereby, authorized to donate and deliver, under such conditions g,?o¤·°· R°*°"‘"g· as he may deem necessary in order to insure the proper fulfillment g' of the purpose?) of this resolutipn, tg the Ogisgon State Soldiers’ Horse, _ at Roseburg regon, such ol an unus cannon muskets swor s, and other implements of war, of copper, tin, bronzb, iron, abd steel, as are not now and will not hereafter be required- for naval uses, for the purpose of being used fo; parades, armivlersairy celebratitgis, apld Pr · . salutes: Provided That suc articles on y e ouated un er the “°;m,*°“· authority herein cdntained, as in the judgment of the Secretary of the Navy may be spared without detriment to the public interests. Approved, February 26, 1895. _ I•‘ebrum-y2!. 1805. [No. 21.] Joint Resolution To till vacancies in the Board of Regents of the -—-————-——— Smithsonian Institution. · Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States G¤r¤is·¤rG-H¤¤¤·rg- of America in Congress assembled, That the vacancy in the Board of s$§§°,},‘},‘f,'},"}E,Z,'},; Regents of the Smithsonian Institution other than members of Gon-

  • ¤¤¤¤- . gress, caused by the death of James C. Welling, of the city of Washixygépn, be filled by the appointutient of Gardiner G. Hubbard. a citizen

o ashington of the District 0 Columbia. Approved, February 27. 1895. Febrmu-y 27, mos. [No. 22.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to deliver —-——;—·— unslervicesble gréztondepinid cannon to the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, to be used m econ mg a ery ar . Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States c¤¤·1»;¤¤¤d¤¤m¤¤. of America, in Congress assembled That the Secretary of the Navy be, n,?,?,,";?`??, °° B`"` and he is hereby, authorized and directed to deliver to the mayor of the city of Burlington, Vermont, four pieces of unserviceable or condemned cannon and one hundred cannon balls, for use in decorating Battery Park, in said city, where soldiers and sailors of the war of rates. eighteen hundred and twelve were buried: Provided, That the same °°'“*'”°“· _ can be spared without detnment to the service, and that no expense is thereby incurred by the Government. L Approved, February 27, 1895.