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APPEN DI X-—CON C URREN T RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. 1 1 July 18, 1892, 10,000 copies ;. of which 2,000 shall be for the use of the Senate, 4,000 for the use ot the House of Representatives, and 4,000 for distribution by the Department of State; the same to be indexed under the direction of the Committee on Printing. Passed the Senate, April 5, 1894. Passed the House of Representatives, April 6, 1894. COINAGE LAWS, 1792-1894. . Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That 41>fil18· 18% there be printed 6,000 additional copies of the fourth edition of the doc- coinage Laws of the ument entitled “Coinage Laws of the United States, 1792 to 1894," pre- F,'gf°" S‘°"°“· *7*2 *° pared under the direction of the Committee on Finance, United States Printing ordered. Senate, with the appendix and an index to the same; of which number 2,000 copies shall be for the use of the Senate and 4,000 copies for the use of the House of Representatives. Passed the Senate, April 10, 1894. Passed the House of Representatives, April 18, 1894. 1ION. WILLIAM 11. ENocHs. Resolved, by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That April 21.1894. there be printed of the eulogies delivered in Congress upon the Hou. William n.1·:¤0en¤. William H. Enochs, late a Representative from the State of Ohio, eight m{’;jg,gi¤s of ¤¤l·>zi¤¤ thousand copies of which number two thousand copies shall be deliv- ` ered to the Senators and Representatives of the State of Ohio, which shall include fifty copies to be bound in full morocco to be delivered to the family of the deceased and of the remaining, two thousand shall be for the use of the Senate, and four thousand for the use of the House of Representatives; and the Secretary of the Treasury is directed tohave engraved and printed a portrait of the said \Vi1liam ll. Enoehs to accompany the said eulogies. Passed the House of Representatives, April 18, 1894. Passed the Senate, April 21, 1894. HEALTH REPORT, DISTRIUT or COLUMBIA, 1893. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) That Aprn 28. ism. the Public Printer be, and he is hereby, authorized to print and bind in nail:) »mY.§_H cloth twelve hundred copies of the annual report of the Health Officer ,°f{g,g;,*g§l,eg;d¤v¤¤ of the District of Columbia for eighteen hundred and ninety-three, forthe use of said Health Officer of the`District. Passed the House of Representatives, April 28, 1894. Passed the Senate, April 26, 1894. r10N. RANDALL LEE ems0N. Rego!-ved by the Senate (the House ofRe·preserzta·tices concurring), That Hay s, im. there be printed of the eulogies delivered in Congress upon the Hon. R,nd,",1L,.e_*G,,,,0¤_ orable Randall Lee Gibson, late a Senator from the State of Louisiana, m*;_{;g3i¤s of wlvgies 8,000 copies, of which 2,000 copies shall be delivered to the Senators ` STAT-VOL XX¥’III——91