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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. RES. 39, 54, 61. 1896. 759 [No. 39.] Joint Resolution To authorize Benjamin Harrison to accept certain April 2» 1896- medals presented to him while President of the United States. l'"`—"" Resolved bg the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Benjamin Harrison be, and he §¤¤i¤¤¤i¤ H¤pi¤ggis hereby, authorized to accept certain medals presented to him by the .i, °K}I..°°";€§`.°{;i’”i Governments of Brazil and Spain during the term of his service as *1** *¤*¤°¤*°**- President of the United States. Approved, April 2, 1896. [N0. 54.] Joint Resolution For the relief of ex-Naval Cadet Henry T. Baker. Mw T9, im Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy be, and B•l=·¤;hM he is hereby, authorized to reappoint Henry T. Baker as a naval cadet ;..v.iy...a:t.°°"° to iill the vacancy in the engineers’ division of his class caused by his resignation of March seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety- six, with the same standing, rights and privileges in all respects as if such resigna- p,.,.,,..,, tion had not been tendered: Provided, That he shall not receive pay N°,1>*¥ **·“• °“*°’ while out of the service. Approved, May 18, 1896. [No. 61.] Joint Resolution For the relief of James P. Veaeh. Jam, 10, mm Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and he J•mss1’.Veach. hereby is, empowered, authorized, and directed to cause record to be digi?;?,? ”"“°"°" made in the military history of James P. Veach, a private of Company I of the One hundred and nineteenth (Seventh Cavalry) Regiment of Indiana Volunteers, in the service of the United States, that the ' said James P. Veach, having received from the President of the United States a full and unconditional pardon of all military oflenses for which he was tried and convicted by court-martial, and sentence of which court was promulgated January eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, in General Orders, Numbered Six, Department of Texas, is thereby absolved from said offenses and from all the penalties of such otfense and sentence, and is therefore entitled to an honorable discharge; and thereupon to discharge said Veach as of the date October eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. Approved, June 10, 1896.