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THANKS OF CONGRESS TO HOX. JOHN HAY. Resolved by the llouse of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That to Hon. Hos for the thanks of Congress be presented to Honorable John Hay for the the Na Kinley memoappropriate memorial address delivered by him on the life and services of William McKinley, late President of the United States, in the Representatives' Hall, before both Houses of Congress and their invited guests, on the twenty-seventh of February, nineteen hundred and two, and that he be requested to furnish a copy for publication.

Resolved. That the Chairman of the joint committee appointed to make the necessary arrangements to carry into effect the resolutions of this Congress in relation to the memorial exercises in honor of William McKinley be requested to communicate to Mr. Hay the foregoing resolution, receive his answer thereto, and present the same to both Houses of Congress.

Passed June 3, 1902.

June 18, 1902.

SUNDRY CIVIL APPROPRIATIONS BILL. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Conference committhe committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses bill authorized to inon the amendments of the Senate to the Sundry Civil appropriation fic buildings. bill (H. R. 13123) are authorized to consider and recommend the inclusion in said bill of necessary appropriations to carry out the several objects authorized in the "Act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, and for other purposes," approved June sixth, nineteen hundred and two.

Passed June 18, 1902.

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DISEASES OF THE HORSE.

June 19, 1902.

Diseases

of the Horse.

Correction in joint resolution for publi

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That
the Committee on Enrolled Bills in the enrollment of the joint resolu-
tion (S. R. 92) Providing for the publication of fifty thousand copies cation of
of the Special Report of the Diseases of the Horse", be authorized to
correct the title thereof by striking out the words “fifty thousand”
and inserting the words “two hundred thousand", so as to make the
same correspond with the amendment of the House of Representa-
tives to the said resolution, concurred in by the Senate.

Passed June 19, 1902.

MEMORIAL ADDRESSES ON LINCOLN, GARFIELD, AND MCKINLEY.

June 26, 1902.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That on Abraham Lincoln there be printed and bound in one volume, in cloth, fifteen thousand women area and copies of the three separate memorial addresses delivered before the Ordered printed. two Houses of Congress, as follows: On February twelfth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, by Honorable George Bancroft, on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States; on February twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, by Honorable James G. Blaine, on the life and character of James A. Garfield, late President of the United States; on February twentyseventh, nineteen hundred and two, by Honorable John Hay, on the life and character of William McKinley, late President of the United States, ten thousand copies of which shall be for the use of the House

The Joint Committee on Printing are hereby authorized to have the
copy prepared for the Public Printer, who shall procure suitable por-
trait etchings to be bound in with these memorials, and shall use such
paper and bindings as will make the volumes worthy of a place in the
libraries of the land.

Passed June 26, 1902.

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June 27, 1902.

REPORT OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Report of the Daughters of the

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Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That American Revolution there be printed seven thousand five hundred additional copies of ordered printed.

Senate Document Numbered One hundred and sixty-four, third ses-
sion Fifty-fifth Congress, being the report of the Daughters of the
American Revolution for eighteen hundred and ninety to eighteen
hundred and ninety-seven, together with the historical preface here-
with, indorsed by the board of management of that society, of which
two thousand five hundred shall be for the use of the Senate and five
thousand for the use of the House of Representatives.

Passed June 27, 1902.

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Philippine aet. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That
Correctiere in enrol- the Enrolling Clerks in the enrolment of the Senate bill 2295 be

directed to change the word "sixty-six" where it occurs in section 64
of said bill to the word “ sixty-three”.

Passed July 1, 1902.

July 1, 1902.

ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS.

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Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representative be authorized to close the present session by adjourning their respective Houses on the first day of July, nineteen hundred and two, at five thirty o'clock post meridian.

Passed July 1, 1902.

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS.

SECOND SESSION, FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.

December 15, 1902.

HOLIDAY RECESS, 1902–1903. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Holiday recess. when the two Houses adjourn on Saturday, December twentieth, they stand adjourned until twelve o'clock meridian Monday, January fifth, nineteen hundred and three.

Passed December 15, 1902.

MISSOURI JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

January 8, 1903.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That Return of bill rethe President be requested to return to the Senate Senate bill 3316,

quested,
being a bill to amend an Act to create a new division in the Western
Judicial District of the State of Missouri, approved January twenty-
fourth, nineteen hundred and one.

Passed January 8, 1903.

FRANCIS S. DAVIDSON.

February 3, 1903.

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That Return of bill rethe President be requested to return to the Senate the bill (S. 1115) “For the relief of Francis S. Davidson, late first lieutenant, Ninth United States Cavalry."

Passed February 3, 1903.

BIOGRAPHICAL CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY.

February 10, 1903. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Biographical conthere be printed, and bound in cloth, three thousand copies of a Con- Printing ordered. gressional Directory which embraces the biography of all members of Congress from the Continental Congress to the Fifty-seventh, inclusive, compiled by O. M. Enyart, two thousand copies for the use of the House Representatives and one thousand copies for the use of the Senate.

Passed February 10, 1903.

February 12, 1903.

Correction in enroll

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That merepartiment per comin the enrollment of the bill (S. 569) “To establish the Department of Commerce and Labor," the Committee on Enrolled Bills be author- ment of bill establish ized to insert in line twelve, of the third paragraph of section six, after the word " Interstate" the word "Commerce.

February 24, 1903.

EULOGY ON PRESIDENT MCKINLEY.

Eulogy on President McKinley by Hon. John Hay.

Printing ordered,

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That there be printed and bound in the form of eulogies twenty-four thousand copies of the oration delivered by the Honorable John Hay in the Hall of the House of Representatives during the exercises in memory of the late President McKinley on February twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and two; sixteen thousand for the use of the House of Representatives and eight thousand for the use of the Senate.

Passed February 24, 1903.

February 24, 1903.

BANKRUPT LAWS, ETC.

Bankrupt laws, forms, etc.

tion ordered.

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Printing oi compilu- there be printed and bound together in paper thirty thousand copies of

the following documents, namely: “ l'nited States Bankrupt Law of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, uniform system, with marginal notes and index;" General Orders and Forms in Bankruptcy, adopted and established by the Supreme Court of the United States, November twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and Public Law Numbered sixty-two for the amendment of the bankruptcy law, passed by the Fifty-seventh Congress, second session, on January twentyeighth, nineteen hundred and three," of which ten thousand copies shall be for the use of the Senate and twenty thousand copies for the use of the House.

Passed February 24, 1903.

February 24, 1903.

LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION.

Louisiant Purchase Exposition.

services.

Ante, p. 1068.
Posl, p. 2011.

Committees,

Resolved by the Ilouse of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That Acceptance by Con the invitation extended to the Congress of the C'nited States by the krena je veliction on National Commission of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and by

the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company to attend the Dedicatory Ceremonies of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, to be held at Saint Louis, Missouri, April thirtieth, and May first and second, nineteen hundred and three, be, and is bereby accepted.

That the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to appoint a committee to consist of ten Senators and fifteen Representatives, elected to the Fifty-eighth Congress, to attend the Dedicatory Ceremonies referred to and to represent the Congress of the United States on the occasion of the celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the purchase of the Territory of Louisiana, at Saint Louis, Missouri, April thirtieth and May first and second, nineteen hundred and three.

Passed February 24, 1903.

March 3, 1903.

IMMIGRATION BILL.

Immigration bill, Corrections in en

Resolved by the Senate(the House of Representatives concurring), That rollment to be made. the Committee on Enrolled Bills, in the enrollment of the bill (H. R.

12199) “ To regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States,

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sections in said bill, made necessary by the changed numbering of the
sections thereof, namely:

Page 3, lines 2 and 3, strike out (thirty-three) and insert: thirty-two
Page 6, line 23, strike out [five] and insert: four
Page 8, line 5, strike out [five) and insert: four
Page 8, line 11, strike out (six) and insert: five
Page 9, line 4, strike out (six] and insert: five

Page 13, line 7, strike out(thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen) and insert: twelve, thirteen, and fourteen

Page 13, line 14, strike out (thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen) and insert: twelve, thirteen, and fourteen.

Page 16, line 13, strike out (tive and six and insert: four and five
Page 16, line 17, strike out (eighteen] and insert: seventeen
Page 17, line 21, strike out (twenty-one) and insert: twenty
Page 18, line 5, strike out [twenty) and insert: nineteen
Passed March 3, 1903.

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