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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. RES. 19, 20, 22. 1896. 465 [No. 19.] Joint Resolution Extending the provisions of section seventy-nine of February 26, ING. "An Act providing for the public printing and binding andthe distribution of public _'?i"' documents," approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, so as to include monographs, bulletins, and reports of the Geological Survey published in eighteen hundred and ninety-four and succeeding years. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of section seventy- gsoleiiwl Sur"?- nine of ‘*An Act providing for the public printing and binding and the 1ieaii;.Ts.“m°°°fPub distribution of public documents/’ approved January twelfth, eighteen V°’· 28* P·"21· hundred and ninety-tive, which section reads as follows: “There shall be distributed of monographs, bulletins, and reports of the United States Geological Survey, now in possession of said Survey, being publications prior to the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, one copy of every such publication to every public library which shall be designated to the superintendent of documents, as follows: Two public libraries to be designated by each of the Senators from the States, respectively, two public libraries by the Representative in Congress from each Congressional district, and two public libraries by the Delegate from each Territory; such public libraries to be additional to those to which said publications are distributed under existing law," shall be extended to the monographs, bulletins, and reports of the Geological Survey which were published during the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and to those which have been published since that year, and to those which may be published in the future: Provided, That limviw. _ nothing herein contained shall be construed to interfere with the distri- ,,,1,-3§§$§l,}{‘§,'}f,',,,‘Q,';,_'“°` bution of memoirs and reports, so far as the same is provided for by the joint resolution “To distribute copies of special memoirs and reports of Vol- M P·647· the United States Geological Survey/’ approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven. Approved, February 26, 1896. [No. 20.] Joint Resolution Calling upon the Secretary of War for certain informa- Merch 2, 1806. tion in relation to the harbor at Manitowoc, in the State of Wisconsin. ’—"*_·*·;··· Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States · of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and 12:% he is hereby, requested to furnish the House with such information as imim •,..i..n·¤i°1.i.i..K he may have in his possession as to (first) the plans of the proposed "‘° H°“"°· project for the establishment of a channel of the depth of from twenty to twenty-one feet in the harbor of the city of Manitowoc, in the State of \Visconsin; (second) the approximate cost of such project; and (third) whether the same could not be advantageously adopted as a needed addition to or extension of the existing Government improvements at that harbor. Approved, March 2, 1896. [No. 22.] Joint Resolution Directing the Secretary of War to submit estimates M¤¤‘<>1¤11.1896· for work upon Newtown Creek, New York. "U1""` Resolved by the Sena te and House of Representati2·es of the United States Y _ _ o_fAmeriea in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and *E‘;lQ;Q,;f°°§r1‘,;; he is hereby, authorized and directed to Submlt estimates for work upon pergving w be submit- Newtown Creek, New York, with a view to secure a depth of eighteen ’ feet and a width of one hundred and twentyfive feet at low water from its mouth to the head of navigation, in accordance with the plans heretofore submitted. Approved, March 11, 1896. STAT L-voL 29-30