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Mr. Carroll, of St. Louis city, offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That five thousand copies of the report of the Commissioner of Bureau of Labor Statistics be printed in pamphlet form; two (2,000) thousand for the use of the House, and three (3,000) thousand for the use of the Bureau.
Mr. Bonham offered the following amendment to the resolution :
Amend by striking out five thousand and insert in lieu thereof ten thousand; two thousand for the use of the House, and eight thousand for the use of the Bureau.
Mr. McGinnis moved to refer the resolution and amendment to the Committee on Printing ; which was carried.
Mr. Wallace submitted the following report of Committee on Printing :
MR. SPEAKER: Your committee to whom was referred the printing of the second annual report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, beg leave to report that we have examined the same, and recommend the printing of three thousand copies for the use of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and three thousand copies for the use of the House of Representatives; which was read and adopted, January 17, 1881.
J. H. HAWLEY, Chief Clerk.