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FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sicss. I. Rns. 9, 10, 11, 12. 1876. 213 Union and which Legion has been designated to appear and participate in the Inter-National Centennial Exposition to be held at Philadelphia. _ in 1876; Provided, That the same can be done in the judgment of the P‘°"{“°· Secretary of War without prejudice to the public service, And Provided P*°"’“°· further, That the Commissioned Officers of each of said organizations or a. majority of them shall make, execute, and deliver to the Secretary of War, such indemnity for the safe return of said arms after the close of such Exposition as said Secretary shall require. Approved, April 27, 1876. [No. 10.] Joint resolution concerning special-tax stamps. May 8, 1876. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America. in Congress assembled, That nothing contained in S·· <>l¤·_¥f» lim chapter three of title thirty-five of the Revised Statutes shall prevent 23E12d V 623* °X' the issue, under such regulations as the Commissioner of Internal_ Revenue may prescribe, of spccialtax stamps to persons carrying on 8,5; ‘;°,fo“’},g,E,;,§ the business of retail dealers in liquors, retail dealers in malt liquors, 0,, ,§,1w,,,y-t,Q,,,,,,, or dealers in tobacco, upon passenger railroadtrains or upon steamboats ctc. or other vessels engaged in the business of carrying passengers. Approved, May 8, 1876. [No. 11.] Joint resolution authorizing the exhibition of a life-saving station house at Maw 13. I876· the Centennial Exposition. —·*····—····j——: · Ulilnle, pp. 3, J4, 4o, Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United "' p,,,, ,,2,,, States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Lm,'.s,,,,i.,g ax. Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to place on exhibition at the nimtmn at Centen- Centennial Exposition, upon such ground as may be allotted for the ¤¤i=¤lE¤1>°¤m°¤· purpose, one of the life-saving station houses authorized to be constructed on the coast of the United States by existing law, and for which appropriation has already been made, and to cause the same to he completely equipped with all the apparatus, furniture, and appliances now in use at the respective life-saving stations of the United States; said building and apparatus to be removed after the close of the exposition, and re-erected and used for a life-saving station at the place now _ authorized by law: Provided, hoivever, That such exhibition of said sta- P*`°"‘“°· tion·house, and equipment thereof, and the return thereof, shall not be attended with any expenseto the United States beyond appropriations heretofore made in aid of said Exposition, through the several Depart ments of the Government. Approved, May 13, 1876. [No. 12.] Joint resolution granting the use of artillery, blankets &c at the National J¤“° 8- 1876- `, Soldiers Reunion at Caldwell, Ohio. "‘""""` Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States _ of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be and is gf; hereby authorized to send from some convenient Government Arsenal dim, R,,,,,,{,,,,_ to be used at the National Soldiers Reunion at Caldwell, Ohio at its next meeting four pieces of artillery and such blankets and muskets and blank cartridges as can be spared said cannon, blankets and muskets to be returned after said reunion meeting. Approved, June 8, 1876.