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18 APPENDIX.-·-CON CURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. Senaée and six thousand seven hundred and fifty copies lor the use of the ouse. Passed the House of Representatives February 26, 1897. Passed the Senate February 27, 1897. DEEP WATERWAYS COMMISSION. F°l’““'Y 2*-*8*7- _ Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That Deep Waterways there be printed, in addition to the usual number, five thousand copies °‘}L“,,§'f,',§’§fQ“;,f ,,,1,,,,., of the message of the President of January 18th, 1897, and of the report •ii¤=¤¤¤•i- of the Commissioners appointed under the Act of March 2, 1895, to inquire into deep waterways between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, accompanying the same, of which two thousand shall be for the use of the Senate, two thousand nve hundred for the use of the House, and five hundred for the use of the Commissioners. Passed the Senate February 12, 1897. Passed the House of Representatives February 27, 1897. REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF THE MINT, PRECIOUS METALS, AND COINAGE LAWS. M‘“°’* L ml- Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate coneurringg That nm, me- there be printed and bound in cloth ten thousand copies of the eport °`Y}`¤i¤il1°i¤g 6: mpm. of the Director of the Mint for eighteen hundred and ninety-six; tive mm thousand for the use of the Director of the Mint, three thousand for the ‘ House of Representatives, and two thousand for the Senate. There shall also be printed and bound three thousand copies of the Report of the Director of the Mint on the production of Precious Metals for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five for the use of the Director of the Mint. There shall also be printed and bound five thousand copies of the Coinage Laws of the United States; two thousand for the Director of ghe Mint, two Jhousaud for the House of Representatives, and one an one thousan for the Senate. Passed the House of Representatives March 1, 1897. Passed the Senate March 1, 1897. COMMERCIAL RELATIONS, 1895-1896.

 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That

. ; y on ····  ;·8{”1¤•1•- the Public Printer be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to print _ ° d;,,i,m_ for distribution by the Department of State, five thousand copies of

Commercial Relations for eighteen hundred and ninety-five and ninety-

- jk g six, and (iu separate form) ten thousand copies of the review of the 7 ,$° °’7 $ gVorld’s Commerce, and so forth, being part of said Commercial Rela- _ kl ODS. ., Q` $ $ ‘ Passed the House of Representatives February 27, 1897.

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.,,x‘·J` ——-—— FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1896. “**°***’~*8'*· Resoleed_by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That Isggreign neimms, there printed and bound in red cloth one thousand copies of Foreign

 ,,,,,,,m_ Relations, Eighteen hundred and ninety six, including the last annual

message of the President of the United States and the last annual report of the Secretary of State, for the use of the Department of State. Passed the Senate March 2 1897. Passed the House of Représentatives March 2, 1897. C