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APPENDIX—CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. 13 greatest depth of water practicable: Provided, That if the information necessary to make such estimate is now in the possession of the Chief of Engineers it may be made without any further survey. The Secretary of War is directed to cause such estimate to be made and reported to Congress without delay. Passed the Senate, June 20, 1894. Passed the House of Representatives, June 27, 1894. MINNESOTA RIVER. Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) >Ju1y 2, m4. That the Secretary -of War be, and he is hereby authorized and Mmmm River. instructed to transmit to the House of Representatives any reports that R°P°'*¤ °¤ imgwvs . . . , , menttobe sent ouse may have been received, since his last annual report pertaining to the or nepreseumuves. improvement on the Minnesota River in the State of Minnesota. Passed the House of Representatives, June 28, 1894. Passed the Senate, July 2, 1894. _ EDUCATION REPORT, 1891-92. Resolved by the House of Representatives of the United States (the Senate July 6. 1894- — concurring) That of the Report of the Commissioner of Education for eighteen hundred and ninety-one and eighteen hundred and ninety-mo 18*}};,*3,ug mem, there be printed fivethousand copies for the use of the Senate; ten ` thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives, and twenty thousand copies for distribution by the Commissioner of Education. Passed the House of Representatives, June 7, 1894. Passed the Senate, July 6, 1894. PRODUCTION OF PRECIOUS METALS, 1893. U Resolved by the House of Representufwcs (the Senate concurring), Tlmt July c, nm. the report of the Director of the Mint on the production of the precious "i&L»i§Q»i{’.»¤§` ASS; metals in the United States for the calendar year 1893 be printed,;_i9g;8¤1t,,,r,¤¤¤l·>¤• and that 10,000 extra copies be printed, 4,000 copies for the use of the ri-miing drama. House of Representatives, 2,000 copies for the use of the Senate, and 4,000 copies for the use of the ])irector of the Mint. Passed the House of Representatives, June 20, 1894. Passed the Senate, July 6, 1894. TYPHOID AND MALARIAL FEVERS REPORT. Regolred by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That, July 9-189+ in addition to the “Usual Number," there be printed four thousand r,—pi¤,i.i and mia. exim, copies of the Special Report mode by the Select Committee of“}},Q§,§,§; of Rpm the Medical Society of the District of Columbia at its meeting Jung emma. sixth eighteen hundred and nin etyfour, on Typhoid and Malarial fevers, and other preventable diseases, of which three hundred copies shall be for the use of the Senate, seven hundred copies for the use of the House of Representatives, and three thousand copies for the use of the said Society. Passed the House of Representatives, July 9, 1894. Passed the Senate, July 6, 1894.