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United States Statutes at Large/Volume 33/Fifty-Eighth Congress/List of Concurrent Resolutions

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LIST

of

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.



PART TWO.


SECOND SESSION FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS.


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For holiday recess. December 16, 1903 2077
For printing additional copies Immigration Report, 1903. January 26, 1904 2077
For printing revised edition Indian treaties, etc., compilation. January 28, 1904 2077
For printing additional copies Louisiana Purchase Exposition statement. January 29, 1904 2077
Extending thanks of Congress to Wisconsin for Marquette statue. February 1, 1904 2078
For printing proceedings of unveiling of de Rochambeau statue. February 2, 1904 2078
For return from the President of bill to pension J. Hudson Kibbe. February 26, 1904 2078
For return from the President of bill relating to Fort Hall Indian Reservation. March 1, 1904 2078
For correcting error in enrolling bill relating to Fort Hall Indian Reservation. March 4, 1904 2078
For return from the President of bill to pension Abram Claypool. March 12, 1904 2079
For return from the President of bill relating to Fort Hall Indian Reservation. March 15, 1904 2079
For printing Isthmian Canal Commission report. March 21, 1904 2079
For correcting error in enrolling bill relating to Fort Hall Indian Reservation. March 22, 1904 2079
For printing report of Commission on International Exchange. March 22, 1904 2080
For correcting error in enrolling bill to pension Abram Claypool. March 22, 1904 2080
For printing compilation of coinage laws. March 24, 1904 2080
For printing additional copies, Production of Precious Metals, and Director of the Mint, 1903. April 11, 1904 2080
Authorizing Texas to place statues of Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin in Statuary Hall. April 18, 1904 2080
Accepting invitation to attend opening of Louisiana Purchase Exposition. April 19, 1904 2081
For printing proceedings unveiling statue of General Sherman. April 21, 1904 2081
Directing the Comprehensive Index of Government Publications to be bound in two volumes. April 21, 1904 2081
For printing additional copies of memorial addresses on Lincoln, Garfield, and McKinley. April 22, 1904 2081
For adjournment of Congress. April 26, 1904 2082

 

THIRD SESSION FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS.

 

For holiday recess. December 13, 1904 2083
Authorizing joint Congressional committee to arrange for inauguration of the President-elect. January 9, 1905 2083
For counting the electoral votes. January 16, 1905 2083
Extending thanks of Congress to Kansas for statue of John J. Ingalls. January 21, 1905 2084
For printing report on development of American merchant marine and American commerce. January 23, 1905 2084
For printing land and patent decisions. January 23, 1905 2084
For return from the President, bill relating to Sarah A. Rowe. January 25, 1905 2084
For return from the President, bill relating to Jacob F. French. February 4, 1905 2084
For printing proceedings accepting statue of John J. Ingalls. February 9, 1905 2085
Extending thanks of Congress to Illinois for statue of Frances E. Willard. February 20, 1905 2085
For printing Executive Register of the United States. February 24, 1905 2085
For printing eulogies on late Senator Marcus A. Hanna. February 28, 1905 2085
Accepting an invitation to attend opening of Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition. March 2, 1905 2085
For printing report of Commission on International Exchange. March 2, 1905 2086
For printing report of Venezuelan arbitration cases. March 2, 1905 2086
For printing proceedings accepting statue of Frances E. Willard. March 2, 1905 2086
For printing report on beet-sugar industry. March 2, 1905 2086
For printing proceedings of Swayne impeachment trial. March 2, 1905 2087
For printing proceedings, acceptance of statues of Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin. March 3, 1905 2087
For copies of statutes to House library. March 3, 1905 2087
For printing beef industry report. March 3, 1905 2087