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704 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. RES. 20, 21, 23,24. 1897. Pm,") badges commemorative of the holding of such eucampment at Buffalo, crmambs. New York: Provided, That no expense shall be caused to the United States through the delivery of said condemned cannon. Approved, February 26, 1897. February 26,1BW. [No. 21.] Joint Resolution Providing for printing the reports from diplomatic and ———-———— consular officers of the United States on the passport regulations of foreign countries. Resolved ln; the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States F·p·:,is¤ 1••¤•v<·=* of America in Congress assembled, That there be printed, under the ’°F;;:,{Y,}°'..; ,,,..1-t direction of the Department of State, a special edition of three thou-

  • l*¤°°·°· sand copies of the reports from diplomatic and consular officers of the

United States on the passport regulations of foreign countries for the Department of State, and three thousand copies for the use of Congress, of which one thousand shall be for the use of the Senate, and two thousand for the use of the House. Approved, February 26, 1897. March 3.18W. [No. 23.] Joint Resolution 'l`o enable the Secretary of War to detail an ollslcer of »—-——— the United States Army to accept s position under the Government of the Greater Republic of Central America. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United giqjgy my M d8_ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War is tailed as instructor. hereby authorized to detail an oficer of the United States Army, not g§'§2,‘§{A’;’§’,‘{l’£° °f above the rank of captain, who shall be permitted to accept from the Government of the Greater Republic of Central America the position of instructor in a military school in said Republic and the emoluments pertaining thereto. Approved, March 3, 1897. Mgngh 3_ 139; . [50. 2A.] Joint Resolution Providing for a comprehensive index to Government ————-— plpmgcations from eighteen hundred and eighty-one to eighteen hundred and ninety- Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States aeQ°*'j,¥g’°*,;*j)’{j_YI$m,{I¤:£ of America in Congress assembled, That there be prepared for publirusistsramis. cation in a single volume, under the direction of John G. Ames, the ,,§{°"'“"°“ “““‘°" compiler of the Comprehensive Index of Government Publications, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine to eighteen hundred and ninety-three, an index to all publications of the Government trom eighteen hundred and eighty-one, the date at which the Descriptive Catalogue of Government Publications by Ben: Perley Poore terminates, to eighteen hundred and ninetythree, the date at which the index by the superintendent of documents begins, said index to conform in its general plan Pv *°°°¤·P**"· to the above-named Comprehensive Index; and the compiler shall be entitled to l'€0€lV€, as compensation for this work, at the rate of one thousand dollars per Congress, to be paid by the Secretary of the Treasury as follows: Five hundred dollars whenever he shall certify to said officer that the index to the documents of any entire Congress is completed, and the balance when the copy for the entire work is ready tbr delivery to the Public Printer. `}’,j‘{’fgf,*Qf;*;]“;}·,j‘§,; Sec. 2. That the heads of the several Departments, Bureaus, and ¥¤l’DlSlI2d» offices of the Government shall, upon the request of the compiler of the index, supply him with copies of all their publications issued during the period above indicated, or such information as will enable him to prepare the index herein provided tbr. m‘§,°g:;“*°* S°¤•*° Sec. 3. That in addition to the usual number, nfteen hundred copies ` of said index be printed and bound, five hundred for the use of the Senate and one thousand for the use of the House of Representatives. Approved, March 3, 1897.