FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. RES. 71-74. 1882. 393 of Representalnves now in his charge, to distribute copies to such public R ¤1> ¤>¤¤¤*¢=¤¤iv¢=¤; and law libraries, not already supplied with the same, as shall be des- ‘““mb““°“ °*`· ignated, 1u equal number, by each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress. Approved, August 5,11882. I [R0. 72. JOINT RESOLUTION to tint eleven thousand co ies of ea he s . and third annual reports of the Digector of the United Stages Geologihgl Survgylud Resolved the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amercea in Congress assembled, That there be printed, at the Govern- B¤1>¤1‘t.¤¤¤¤¤d ment Prmting Office eleven thousand copies each of the second and '*,’!‘})Fm'd "'“‘!“*l· third annual reports of the Director of the United States Geological g,,,,;`,°°(f£°}:,°§?,°Q°} Survey, with the necessary illustrations and charts, five thousand copies survey, 8 of which shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, two thousand five hundred for the use of the Sen ate, and two thousand five hundred for the use of the United States Geological Survey, and one thousand for sale by the Public Printer, at the cost of publication with ten Printin , distri- Q cout. added thereto; the illustrations and charts to be made by the bution, sado. bho Printer under the direction of the joint committee on printing. Approved, August 5, 1882. I¤.73. JOIKTRBSGsU'1'ION Joint Resolution for the rintin of i 'onal co ies , [ of Hina Bgocutivo Document Number Forty-seven uuid subsegluehisklatiid laws.!) Resolved bg the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States · _ _ of America in Congress assembled, That eight thousand five hundred ad- hc°‘h*°d 1*** d ditional copies of the codified la nd laws and history of the public domain ;Q,,°,$g a d M_ of theUnited States compiled and prepared by the Public Land Commis- tion;} qgpjgg ; dg,. sion, embraced in llouse Executive Document Number Forty-seven, tributiou. with all subsequent laws which may have been passed by Congress prior to the adjournment of the present session, be printed and bound, under I the direction of the Secretary of the Interior two thousand copies for the use of the Senate, five thousand for the use of the House of Bcpresentativ and fifteen hundred for the usc of the Secretary of the Interior. that the copies for the use of the Senate and the PMi•v· House of Representatives shall be distributed by the Secretary of the Interior in the manner provided for the distribution of the Reports of the tenth Census and that all copies not ordered to be distributed withm two years after the passage of this act shall be sold by the Secretary of the Interior at cost of publication with ten per centum added thereto. Approved, August 7, 1882. 'o authorize the Secret of War An 7, 1882. ””.tZ.tl.f3.°.’.$*`€¥l€‘§’”$%£’3t? §:I‘é%,”(;".2£"A';.£.. ..f .1.. Bmt, ..“‘.‘i .;.**3*...- Iowa, one piece ofpcondemnod cast-iron cannon (and cannon balls, for monumental purposes. I Resolved the Senate and House o ltqrresentatives of the United States “_ of Asnerimlii Congress assembled, Tliat the Secretary of War be, and he n o1:?:,'::?';'; YF.}, p,,» is hereby, authorized and directed to dchver, if the same can be done Bm p,,,, N0_ -6;, without detriment to the government, to “T1p" Best Post Nl1H3b6P G-LB-. M¤¤¤‘¤¤¤» seventy-five, Grand Army of the Bepublic, one condemned castaron I¤W•· cannon and cannomballs, for monumental purposes. Approved, August 7, 1882.
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