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1464 FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Rss. 14-16. 1901. March 2- 1901- [No. 14.] Joint Resolution Giving the Commissioners of the District of Columbia —'_1_""` authority to provide for the public comfort. _ _ _ Resolved by the Senate and House of Rqoresentatives of the United }’,}*§;f,§g°lf,?,f,C°;‘,j§'_,§,‘i]](*§,·; States of America in Congress assemble , That the Commissioners of the nig} r ri mm to District of Columbia be, and they are hereby, authorized to expend a protiliém sgi Pubns sum not to exceed five hundred dollars from the emergency fund of the °°m*°"- District of Columbia to provide for the public comfort during the approaching inaugural ceremonies; and the said Commissioners may, from time to time, issue temporary permits for the aforesaid purpose, sub]ect to such regulations as they may prescribe. Approved, March 2. 1901. March 2,1901. [No. 15.] Joint Resolution Providing for the publication of they report of the "‘j"" board of management of the United States Government exhibit at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Resolved by tbe Senate and House of Rggwesentatives of tbe United ¤,'§f*é’;;S;§,Q,0g°“*€“‘ States of America rn Congress assembled, That so much as may be necrnnnng suthbglieg essary of the unexpended balance of the appropriation of one hundred §’,{,,‘§§’,§§§§S °f bégmg- thousand dollars provided in section three of the Act to aid and encourm€,'},§°§,hl§’i§,8 age the holding of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition at Nashville ``in eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, approve December twenty- second, eighteen hundred and ninety-six be applied to the preparation .of illustrations and the printing an binding at the Government Printing Office of six thousand copies of the report of the board of management of the . United States Government exhibit at said exposition, under the direction of the chairman of said board. Approved, March 2, 1901. March 2.1901- [No. 16.] J omt Resolution To regulate the distribution of public documents to the . ""‘j"‘i“ Library of Congress for its own use and for international exc ange. _ n Resolved by the Senate and House of Rjpresentatiees of t}ae_ United {;i,;?{g‘,;{,‘g{0§’,°,'}§',§$,“§; States of America in Congress assemble , That of the publications He documents terse- described in this section the number of copies which shall be printed “m°°’ °°°' and distributed by the Public Printer to the Library of Congress for its own use and for international exchange in lieu of the number now provided by law shall be sixty-two, except as such number shall be enlarged to not exceeding one hundred copies by request of the Librarian of Congress, to wit: The House documents and reports, bound; the Senate documents and reports, bound; the House Journals, bound; the Senate Journals, bound; all other documents bearing a Congressional number and all documents not bearing a Congressional number grinted by order of either House of Congress, or by order of any epartment,bureau,—commission, or officer of the Government, excelpt confidential matter, blank forms, and circular letters not of a pubic character; the Revised Statutes, bound; the Statutes at Largle, bound; the Congressional Record, bound; the Official Register of the United

 States bound. ‘ `

hlgigiiggml °°Pi°¤ Snol 2. That in addition to the foregoing the Public Printer shall ` supply to the Library of Congress for its own use two copies of each of the above-described publications, unbound, as émblished; five copies ofall bills and resolutions; ten copies of the daily `ongressional Record; and two copies of all documents printed for the use of Congressional committees not of. a confidential character.