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16 APPEN DIX-CON CURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. ADJOURNMENT, 1894. August 24, im. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, That the Presi-

dent of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives be

<>¤·L;‘¤•¤i¤¤. A¤e¤¤¤ authorized to close the present session by adjourning their respective 28*Houses on the twenty-eighth day of August, instant, at two o’clock · p. m. Passed the House of Representatives, August 24, 1894. Passed the Senate, August 24, 1894. THIRD SESSION FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. SUPEBINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS. www 11-1**- Resolved by the Home of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Appointment ortho Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills be and are hereby instructed §§,}{,§Q,{‘,§f"‘°"° °‘in enrolling H. R. 2650 “ providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents" to omit in Section 60 the words ·‘the Joint Committee on Printing shall designate to the Public Printer a competent person, to be appointed by him, as superintendent of documents, and shall fix and regulate the compensation to be paid by the Public Printer to the person so designated and appointed "——and insert in lieu thereof the amendment agreed to in conference between the two Houses in the following words: “The Public Printer shall appoint a competent person to act as Superintendent of Documents and shall tix his salary " _ Passed the House of Representatives, December 10, 1894. · Passed the Senate, December 11, 1894. Rmronr ON SLUMS or orrms. D¤¤¤·¤¥••>r 20.18*- Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That resting report tu there be printed and bound in cloth eight thousand copies of the Sev- ’*““‘° °" °’**°'· enth Special Report of the Commissioner of Labor, relating to Slums of Cities; one thousand for the use of the Senate, two thousand for the use of the House of Representatives, and five thousand for the use of the Commissioner of Labor. Passed the Senate, December- 12, 1894. Passed the House of Representatives, December 20, 1894. · STATUE OF JoHN STARK. neeemm 2¤,m4. Resolved by the Senate (the Home of Representatives coneumng), That ‘g;}g;j;;"g;,; the thanks of Congress be given to the people of New Hampshire for Stgggnn umu the statue of John Stark, illustrious for military services, being espeeemw Hmp•ni¥°° cially distinguished at Bunker Hill and as the victorious commander at Bennington. Resolved, That the statue be accepted and placed in the National Statuary Hall, and that a copy of these resolutions, signed by the Presiding Officers of the Senate and House of Representatives, be forwarded to His Excellency the Governor of the State of New Hampshire. Passed the Senate, December 20, 1894. Passed the House of Representatives, December 20, 1894. STATUE or DANIEL WEBSTER. D¤¤¤¤b¤¤·¤.1¤••- Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That sam of mmm the thanks of Congress be presented to the State of New Hampshire w;?,::?;;" cmp". for the statue of Daniel Webster) a citizen of that State, illustrious for mvew umm. historic renown and for distinguished civic service.