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APPEN DIX—CON CURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. 1 3 LIBRARY on CONGRESS. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That M=¥4·1¤°6· the Joint Committee on the Library of the House of Representatives and of the Senate be authorized to sit in Washington, D. C., during the §§,‘§§§i Jgfjf recess of Congress, for the purpose of inquiring into the condition of invvstigqgo :iur°Z°p¤r°l the Library of Congress and to report upon the same at the next ses- °“°*g““"““°"*°‘°· sion of Congress, with such recommendations as may be deemed advisable; also to report a plan for the organization, custody, and management of the new Library building and the Library of Congress. The said Joint Committee is also authorized to employ a stenographer whenever necessary during the course of the inquiry. The necessary expenses of the sittings of the said Joint Committee, including the pay of the stenographer, are to paid out of the contingent funds of the House of Representatives and Senate, on vouchers approved by the Chairman of said Joint Committee: Provided, That the expenses incurred under this concurrent resolution be reported to the second session of this Congress. Passed the Senate April 24, 1896. Passed the House of Representatives May 4, 1896. mcmsou nm NoR1*1mRN RAILWAY COMPANY. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That Mw 14. iwthe Committees on Enrolled Bills of the two Houses be authorized to netsw. me mm.- correct the enrolled bill of the Senate (S. 2488) entitled “An Act to °'g@;{,°,{_°°;$fP•:l{; amend anAct entitled “An Act to authorize the Denison and Northern miss mn. Railway Companytoconstruct and operate a railway through the Indian Territory, and for other purposes/’ by striking out the word [nine] in line two of said enrolled bill and inserting: eight Passed the Senate May 13, 1896. Passed the House of Representatives May 14, 1896. NIGARAGUA GANAL. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That my 18y1¤>¤· there be printed ten thousand copies of the report made by essrs. sausages cum Ludlow, Endicott, and Noble, of date October thirty-first, eighteen °",§';{‘;Q{;:°;,, mm hundred and ninety-five, upon the Nicaragua Canal, together with all onlmd. the appendixes, maps, plans, and protiles accompanying the same, as ‘ submitted by them; six thousand of which shall be for the use of the House of Representatives and four thousand for the use of the Senate. Passed the Senate May 8, 1896. Passed the House of Repre entatives May 18, 1896. nmssscns on rms PBESIDENTS. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That May 22, mss. there be printed fifteen thousand additional copies of the Messages and M.,.,.,,,, of u,,, Papers of the Presidents, Richardsorfs Compilation, of which there of mm, shall be five thousand copies for the Senate and ten thousand copies umn copies umm. for the House of Representatives, to be distributed and disposed oi, including the fraction in each case, as provided in the House joint reso- Lsvés isc ssssiou lution numbered one hundred and seventy, approved on the thirtieth mh °"g'°“*·"""‘ day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety six. Passed the House of Representatives May 18, 1896. Passed the Senate May 22, 1896.