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1462 FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. Il. RES. 8-11. 1901. 1"°b1`11*11`Y23»1001- [No.- 8.] Joint Resolution Providing for the printin annually of the Report on Field Operations of the Division of Soils, Department cfg Agriculture. _ _ Resolved by the Sen.ate and House ofR'1e€resentatives of the Cmited c,§’§§§1m€“‘°‘·“g“‘ States of America in Congress assembled, at there be printed seven- £;vi§;<;¤ <$1HS¤11gi€m teen thousand copies of the Report on Field Operations of the Division 0p€;E¤_m.s_ of Soils, Department of Agriculture, for nineteen hundred, of which a1{;§',Q}f{§§,,Q;a_”““"‘ three thousand copies shall be for the use of the Senate, six thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives, and eiglht thousand copies for the use of the Department of Agriculture; and t at annually hereafter a similar report s all be prepared and printed, the edition to be the same as for the report herein provided. Approved, February 23, 1901. ' ..b, . 0_ _’ 1"€11111*“5 "` 1901 [N 9 ] Joint Resolution Providing for reprint of Bulletin Numbered Eighty entitled "The Agricultural Experiment Stations of the United States." s _ _ Resolved by the Senate and House of R'?gresentatives of the United B““°*~‘“ . Ag"‘°“1j States o America in C ress assembled, at there be rintedt from tural Experiment Sta Ong . P . ¤<g¤5.Q;¤i¢ed Sétglegb the stereotype plates in the Government Printiu§ Office tivethousand msu mg ° copies of Bulletin Numbered Eighty, ofrice of xperiment Stations, entitled “The A ricultural Ex eriment Stations in the United States," . g . P . of which one thousand copies shall be for the use of the Senate, two thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives, and two thousan copies for the use of the Department of Agriculture; the quality of paper and style of binding to be the same as in the original edition of the publication. Approved, February 23, 1901. Febmaw 28.1901- [No. 10.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to remove ""`“_`—"" from the iles of the Department of the Interior certain letters to be donated to the State of Iowa. . Q_ Resolved by the Senate and House o?"R?esentatives of the United m1€;=gg§1?>€111 01 the States of America in Congress ass led, hat the Secretary of the nemaieu or mam Interior be, and is hereby, authorrzed to remove from the iles of the “°‘“ Em °§ {§’Z,,S,§““’ De artment and donate to the State of Iowa such letters of Robert of Iowa aut o . p _ Lucas, John Chambers, and James Clark, addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, as may be designated by the curator of the historical department of said State, copies being retained in the tiles of the Department of the Interior if the Secretary shall deem such letters or any of them of any value to the Government. Approved, February 28, 1901. F€1>¤¤¤¤Y 28-1901- [No. 11.] Joint Resolution Authorizing articles imported from foreign countries ’——’_;—— for the sole urpose of exhibition at the San Antonio ntemational Fair and at the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition, to be held in the cities of San Antonio, Texas, and Dallas, Texas, to be imported free of duty, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. _ _, p Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United san Ammpio rum- States of America vm Congress assembled, That all articles which shall "‘¥l§§‘,.Zl F§”,,1§;sT€°§?3- he imported from foreign countries for the sole purpose of exhibition gg;11 ,11;§a1S¤—‘* ExP°Sr at the annual fair held under the auspices of the San Antonio Inte1·- (i¤ipmea` exhibits national FairAssociation and at the Texas Fair and Dallas Expo- “d‘“‘“°° f’°" °f‘1“t"‘ position, held annually in the cities of San Antonio, Texas, and Dallas,