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FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. RES. 18, 22, 26, 31. 1882. 743 [18:] Joint resolution granting to the State of Indiana the use of tents on the occa- April 14, 1882. non of an encampinent of State troopsto be held in said State during the year eight- 1;; een hundred and eighty-two. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be and Encampment or ` he is hereby, authorized to furnish to the adjntant-general of the State 39*** “°°P"» 1*** of Indiana such number of tents as may be needed for an encampment 1;:;,, of umu, of the State troops of Indiana to be held in said State during the year m, eighteen hundred and eighty-two: Provided, That the said tents can pm,;,.,, be inrnished without detriment to the service, and that the same shall be returned in like good order as when received; and all expense of transporting the same back and forth shall be paid by said State of Indiana. _ Approved, April 14, 1882. [Q. ]u°Joint resolution granting the use of tents at the Soldiers' Reunion to be held at May 1, 1882. lleht Plains, Iowa, in the month of September- or October eighteen hundred and ——·————; eq; y· wo. Resolved the Senate and House Representatives of the United States of America'; Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and is Solaiempennicn, hereby authorized to send irom the arsenal at Bock Island, Illinois, to B°u°I P]?;; 1:;**- be used at the Soldiers' Reunion, at Belle Plame, Iowa, tobeheld in the ° " month of September or October, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, such tents as can be conveniently spared; said tents to be returned after holding of said re-union meeting in as like good condition as when received: Provided, That all transportation of said articles to and from bosom. the place of the Reunion to the arsenal, shall be·without expense to the government: Provided, further, That the Adjutant-General of the State of Iowa, or other proper accounting officer, shall receipt for said camp equipage in the name of said State, and that such of them as shall not be returned shall be charged to said State against its quota. Approved, May 1, 1882. . 26. J't lttouutherizinthti fvftoleau inumlmdnagsto M•'171£. reno u is Secretary a one ‘ ,- [ 1 mtlhe mayor and eommitteg ofzeitizens o Charlotte, North Caolnm. ·—··-!’·—·——·· { Resolved by the Senateand House ofllepresentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be author- Ons hundreqsud ized and directed to loan one hundred flags to the mayor and committee ¤¤v¤¤th ¤¤¤¤v¤r- of citizens of Charlotte, North Carolina, to be used in celebrating the :**7 @$5 One hundred and seventh anniversary of the Mecklenburg Declaration ,,,-ur?,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, of Independence May twentieth, seventeen hundred and seventy-ve, cnmotte, N. 0. with such security for their prompt and safe return as he may deem L<>¤¤¤f¤¤s¤. ¤¤¤· necessary Approved, May 17, 1882. · [3i.] Joint resolution to authorize Lieutenant Henryll. Leng, United States Army, June 5, l£. to accept a position under the Government of the United tatea of Colombia. ·-——·-—--—-—— Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives af the United States LM; Hgngly g_ of America in Congress assembled That Lieutenant enry B. Lemly, of Lenny, Un ted the United States Army be, and he is hereby permitted to accept from $*>!*¤¤°¤¤:!» PT) the Government of the Uinited States of Colombiaaposition of instructor mfpt Poggfgon atthe military school at Bogota: Provided, however, That the permis- mldercovemment sion hereby given shall be held to terminate on the ilrst day of April, of the United eighteen hundred and eighty-three. glam °f °°1°‘“° Approved, June 5, 1882. mum.