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18 APPENDIX-—CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. PENSION TO RICHARD R. KNIGHT. F¤*¤¤¤¤‘ 47 1895- Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) That ummm 12. Knight. the President be requested to return to the House of Representatives 0,*;*;‘¤,,'g§;f,{;{1 ’°‘“'“ the enrolled bill (H. R. 5377) entitled “An Act to pension Richard R. ` Knight," for the purpose of correcting an error in the text. Passed the House of Representatives, February 2, 1895. Passed the Senate, February 4, 1895. CHIGKAMAUGA PARK. F¤b¤"¤¤ry 9»1895· Resolved by the House of Representatives, (the Senate concurring) Tha-t cmeksmsugs na the invitation of the Honorable Secretary of War be accepted and that C*j*;§;;f;§jB 0‘;,'§;“,,_ a· joint special committee of fifteen members is hereby created, nine of tation m pmmpm whom shall be appointed by the Speaker of the House, and six by the },'}£f’°‘°“*‘°“ °°“"'“"‘ Presiding Ofhcer of the Senate, whose duty it shall be to prepare and repoi t to their respective Houses for consideration a plan for the proper participation of Congress in the dedication of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, on September nineteenth and twentieth next. ‘ Passed the House of Representatives, February 1, 1895. Passed the Senate, February 9, 1895. ENBOLLING BILLS. February 12, 1895. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That `"j;_,Q;,ui,,gbyj,”“Ti§[, during the last six days of any session of Congress, the engrossing grgmiggjf jtejgg mf and enrolling of bills and Joint resolutions by printing, as provided for mn. in the concurrent resolution adopted by the F iftythird Congress, first session, November 1, 1893, may be suspended, and said bills and joint resolutions may be written by hand when, in the judgment of the Joint Committee on Printing, it is deemed necessary. Passed the Senate, February 11, 1895. Passed the House of Representatives, February 12, 1895. e0NDE;~rNED CANNON DONATED TO GRAND ARMY` POSTS. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) That February 20, mos. in the enrollment of the Joint Resolution (H. Res. 209) entitled “Joint Hi>kL¤m¤¤Q; lor Mum,`. Resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to deliver condemned cau· <*··=¤¤•··* ¤¤¤¤¤¤- non to Asher Gaylord Post, Grand Army of the Republic, of Plymouth, Pennsylvania, and to Eckley B. Coxe Post, Grand Army of the Republie, of Freeland, Pennsylvauia," the Clerk of the House be authorized and directed to enroll the title thereof so as to read as follows; ·*Joint Resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to deliver conmrgumeue of une demned cannon to Asher Gaylord Post. Grand Army of the Republic, “‘“°“ °°‘ of Plymouth, Pennsylvania, to the William H. Tarbee Post, Grand Army of the Republic, of McGrawville, New York, to the Eckley B. Coxe Post, Grand Army of the Republic, of Freeland, Pennsylvania, and to the R. Carpenter Post, Grand Army of the Republic, Chelsea, Miehigan." Passed the House of Representatives, February 19, 1895. Passed the Senate, February 20, 1895.