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RESOLUTIONS. [No. 2.] Joint Resolution Permitting Anson Mills, Colonel of Third Regiment December 12, 1893. United States Cavalry, to mt and exercise the functions of boundary commis- _"""‘1‘*; sioneronthepartof theU' States. Resolved by the Senate and Hmm: nfltepreeenlativee of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Anson Mills, Colonel Third Anson mus. Regiment United States Cavalry, having been nominated by the Presi- ,,,f,*,£§{"“}‘;°‘},f,,,,,’},}‘,j dent and confirmed by the Senate as a commissioner of the United States »i·>¤·rM¤=i¤•¤ ¤¤>¤¤•i- under the convention between the United States of America and the "€Q.;,¤,,mz, United States of Mexico concluded and signed by the contracting parties at the city of Washington March first, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, is bert by permitted to accept and exercise the innctions of said office of commissioner: Provided, Said officer shall continue to my-E b · receive his emoluments in pay and allowances as Colonel in the Army U"' while holding said office of commissioner the same as he would receive were he performing such duty under military orders and no other or additional pay or emoluments for his services as such commissioner. Approved, December 12, 1893. [No. 11.] Joint Resolution Authorizing Major-General Oliver Otis Howard, Merch 9, 1894. United States Army, to accept from the President of the French Republic a diploma "‘;""—‘ goslfgring the decoration of Commander of the National Order of the Legion of Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States og America in Congress assembled, That Major-General Oliver Otis oum one neuro, oward, of the United States Army, is hereby authorized to accept °§‘,,“,;{;,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,_ from the President of the French Republic a diploma conferring upon ¤¤¤ fiom F¤¤¤¤·>·

the decoration of Commander of the National Order of the Legion

0 onor. Approved, March 9, 1894. [No. 25.] Joint Resolution For the proper enrollment of Thomas R. Proctor in the May 7,1UA. Navy of the United States. *17 Whereas, during the late war of eighteen hundred and sixty-one mmm. to eighteen hundred and sixty-five, under the law entitling every rearadmiral commanding a squadron of the Navy of the United States on actual sea service to a secretary, Thomas R. Proctor was duly appointed secretary to Acting Rear-Admiral George F. Pearson, United States Navy, commanding Pacitic Squadron, and was, under the general regulations for the government of the Navy, recognized and declared to be a staif officer with the relative rank of lieutenant in the Navy, such general regulations having been formally recognized as the regulations (1017)