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462 FIFTY-Fo URTH CONGRESS. Srzss. I. RES. 9-11. 1896. first Monday in April, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, as to the real estate in the present limits of the city of Washington, and that the time for returning the assessment of real estate in that portion of said District outside the present limits of the city of Washington be, and the same is hereby, extended to the iirst Monday in September, eighteen _ _ hundred and ninetysix. ,¤;*rj,°;‘('js§P‘(;f,cj',f’“°" SEO. 2. That the time fixed by section nine of said Act for the meet- Vol.28,p.284. ing of the board of equalization and review be, and the same is hereby, postponed until the first day of September, eighteen hundred and ninety- six, so far as it refers to that portion of the District of Columbia outside the present limits of the city of Washiiigton, and the said equalization and review shall be finally completed on or before the first Monday in _ November, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. ccf;;, ‘;w}_§‘,{Q,“;[a?‘ Sec. 3. That section four of the Act entitled “An Act for the supisw. “' port of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year V°1‘1°‘p‘3°°‘ ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and for other purposes," approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-. seven, be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to make the whole tax levied under the assessment of that portion of the District of Columbia outside the present limits of the city of Washington herein provided for, due and payable on the first day of May, eighteen hundred and ninety- seven, instead of onehalf on the tirst day of November, eighteen _ hundred and ninety-six, and one-half on the first day of May, eighteen f,T,,‘§$§f,‘§ ,0,,,,, ,.,,,,_ hundred and ninety-seven, as by existing law: Provided, That these amendments shall not extend beyond the iiseal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven. Approved, January 21, 1896. J“““"'Y 8*18% [No. 10.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the employment of a skilled architect to assist the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department in preparing the designs, plans, specifications, and other drawings for the public building at Chicago, Illinois. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States gbgggémhitwt M_ 0_/'America in Congress assembled, That in addition to the amount authorthogized an Pubns ized to be expended for the temporary employment of draftsmen and "“{}j}{”2§- P_,,,,_ skilled service in the preparation of plans and specifications for the ` public building at Chicago, Illinois, as provided in the sundry civil appropriation Act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety- live, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to use, out of the appropriation heretofore made, a sum not exceeding twenty-tive thousand dollars for the employment of a skilled architect to assist the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department in preparing the designs, plans, specifications, and other drawings for said building, and tor the architectural supervision of its construction. Approved, January 28, 1896. J¤¤"*“T ”°· 189* [X0. 11.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the distribution of copies,of the Otheial ' ” "‘ ””"J“ Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in Congressional Districts where distribution has not been made. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representi res of the United States mN;;¤}u£_¤¤¤rd= ¤¢ ofllmcrica in Congress assembled; That the Secretary of the Navy be, biirriiiiiith of mp. and he is hereby, authorized and directed to send the undistributed

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gms;. Union and of the Confederate Navies. to such libraries. organizations and individuals, as may be designated before the meeting of the next Congress by the Representatives in the Fifty-fourth Congress of the Districts whose Representatives in the Fifty-third Congress failed to