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754- FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. RES. 9-12. 1893. J¤¤¤¤fY 26·1893· [N0. 9.] Joint resolution in authorize the Secretary of \Vm· to grant permits "”‘_""""'" for the use of reservations and public spaces in the city of Washington, and for other purposes. Resolved by the Sana to cmd House of Representatives of the United States {,¤¤¤zg_¤:;i¤:°·;:g*0r of America in. Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War is hereby v.u°:»r¤::»m.,`$¤w¤u. authorized to grant permits to the Executive Committee 011 Ina.ugur stl

  • ¤·‘¤*°¤ ’“°¤°’”°‘· Ceremonies for the use of any reservations, or other public spaces, in

the city of Washington, 0n occasion of the inauguration of the President-elect OH the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and ninety- three, which in his opinion will inflict. 110 serious or permanent iqiury upon such reservations or public spaces; and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia. may designate for such and other purposes such streets, 3VOHl1BS,3.Ild sidewalks in the District as they may deem proper and necessary therefor. Approved, January 26, 1893. February 3. 1893· QNO. 10.] Joint resolution directiug the Secretary of Wu to investigate the ""‘—?‘*"‘ su ject of raft-towing on the Great La os and than conuecting waters. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United (hm L,k,,,_ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, directed to appoint a. board, to consist of three v£t<;m:;;¤¤;<;g *¤r$; officers of the Engineer Corps of the Army, to investigate the subject wwfg, ’ " of raft-towing on the Great Lakes and their connecting waters, and to report to Congress as to what restrictions, if any, should be placed upon the size aud manner of constructing and towing rafts upon said Great Lakes and their connecting waters. Approved, February 3, 1893. F¤b*¤¤YY 9- 1893- [N0. 11.] Joint resolution to provide for maintenance of order during Inaugural ”“';__—'_` Ceremonies, March, eighteen hundred and ninety-three. Resolved by the Senate and House of Repres¢mtative.s· of the United Inauguration my. States of America in Congress assembled, That eight thousand two hundred dollars, or as much thereof as may be necessary, payable from Apvrvprmm m any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated and fiom the ¥§‘f,*{,,°'}§$§g,$§§‘* revenues of the District of Columbia, in equal parts, is hereby appromm priated to enable the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to maintain public order and protect life and property in said District fiom the twentyeiglnth of February to the ninth of March, eighteen mguxamm, hundred and ninety-three, both inclusive. Said Commissiemers are hereby authorized and directed to make all reasonable regulations necessary to secure such preservation of public order and protection of life and property, und fixing fares by public couveyzmces during said m:; · ·;·;»*·r¤·>¤¢f<>* *i·> period. Any person violating any of such regulations shall be liable ‘ for each such otiense to an fine not to exceed one luundred dollars in the police court of said District, and in default of payment thereof to imyirisonment in the workhouse of said District foI' not longer than sixty c ays. Approved, February 0, 1893. February 13.189% [1%.12.] Joint resolution authorizing the loan, for exhibition at the Wor1•l’s °;__‘_ Columbian Exposition, of the picture entitled "Thc Recall of Columbus," by Augustusti. Heaton. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United w.,..M·,, Cglumbign States of America in Congress assembled, That the Architect of the E*P°¤*¤·*¤- Capitol be, and he hereby is, authorized to loam to the Department of