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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. BES. 15-17. 1883. 639 [No.15.] Joint resolution to provide for the publication of the memorial addresses Feb. 24, 1883. delivered upon the life and character of Honorable R. M. A. Hawk, of Illinois. —————·-··- Resolved by the Senaw and House of Representatives of the United States 0_fAmerica in Congress assembled, That there be printed twelve thousand Robert M, A_ copies of the memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and House of Hawk, deceased. Representatives upon the life and character of Honorable Robert M. A. M°m°“°* ***1* Hawk, late a Representative from the State of Illinois, together with n. d'°°°°°‘ portrait of the deceased, nine thousand copies thereof for the use of the House of Representatives, and t1u·ee thousand copies for the use of the Senate. And a. sum sufficient to defray the expense of preparing and p,,m.,it_ priutin g the portrait of the deceased for the publication herein provided for, is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury not other- APPmP,mi_,,,_ wise appropriated. Approved, February 24, 1883. No. 16. Joint resolution acce in the invi tion of he nts of the 'th- [ hogian Institute to attend tllte ignuguratiolxaof the stlltnelbgglposeph Henryglm - Whereas, in a communication from Spencer F. Baird, Secretary of Inauguration of the Smithsonian Institute, Congress was informed that in accordance mma of Joseph with an act of June iirst, eighteen hundred and eighty, the bronze statue KWW- of Joseph Henry, late Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, had been completed ; and whereas in the same communication, Congress was respectfully inviwd to be present on the occasion of its formal presentation to the public upon Thursday the nineteenth of April next, Thereore it. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States I nvitmon to of America in Congress aswmbled, That the said invitation be and the Senate md House ‘ same is hereby accepted by the Senate and House of Representatives; of R¤1rr¤¤¤¤¢•- and that the President of the Senate select seven members of that body; *"°°· °*°· and the Speaker of the House of Representatives fifteen members of that body to be present and represent the Congress of the United States, Acceptance. upon the occasion of the and inauguration of said statue Approved, Feb. 24, 1883. [No. 17.] Joint resolution togvide for adminion free of duty of articles intended {*;,5,25, 1g, ` for a special Exhibition of hinery, Toole, Implements Apparatus, and so forth, —-—-———-—-; for the generation and application of Electricity to be held at Philadelphia, by the Franklin Institute. · Whereas, the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the Exhihition of the , promotion of the Mechanic Arts, proposes to hold an exhibition of Elecr F¤¤k!¤¤ I¤•*i- trical Apparatus, Machinery, Tools and Implements and other articles *""°· Pm"1“lPm‘· used in scientific and mechanical and manufacturing business and investigations; and VVhereas, it is deemed desirable to promote the success of such an Artie16s imexhibition by all reasonable encouragement, in order that it may be P°¤>°d· °*°·· *"°° made useful for the promotion of knowledge; Therefore be it °f °“°Y‘ Resolved by the Senate and House of wummivm of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That articles which shall be imported for the sole purpose of exhibition at the Exhibition to be held by the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the promotion of the Mechanics Arts in the City of Philadelphia in the years Eighteen ‘ hundred and eighty-three or Eighteen hundred and eighty-ibur, shall be admitted without payment of duty or customs fees or charges, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe : Pro- py,,;,,_ vided, That all such articles as shall be sold in the United States or