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Source: The Statutes at Large of the United States of America
Source type: government document
Document type: federal statute
Document title: “Chap. 1301.—An Act Making Appropriations for Sundry Civil Expenses of the Government for the Fiscal Year Ending June Thirtieth, Nineteen Hundred and Three, and for Other Purposes”
Author(s): United States Congress
Volume number: 32
Part: 1
Publisher:
Government Printing Office
Place of publication: Washington, DC
Year of publication:
1903
Pagination: 419-81 (excerpt below includes only pages 462)

 
Citation
“Chap. 1301.—An Act Making Appropriations for Sundry Civil Expenses of the Government for the Fiscal Year Ending June Thirtieth, Nineteen Hundred and Three, and for Other Purposes.” The Statutes at Large of the United States of America. Vol. 32. Part 1. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1903: pp. 419-81.
 
Transcription
excerpt
 
Keywords
William McKinley (paintings); McKinley memorialization.
 
Named persons
William McKinley
 
Notes
The item below is part of a subsection of War Department appropriations titled “Buildings and Grounds in and around Washington.”

“Approved, June 28, 1902.”

Fifty-Seventh Congress, Session I.

From title page: The Statutes at Large of the United States of America, from December, 1901, to March, 1903, Concurrent Resolutions of the Two Houses of Congress, and Recent Treaties, Conventions, and Executive Proclamations.

From title page: Edited, Printed, and Published by Authority of Congress, under the Direction of the Secretary of State.
 
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Chap. 1301.—An Act Making Appropriations for Sundry Civil Expenses of the
Government for the Fiscal Year Ending June Thirtieth, Nineteen Hundred
and Three, and for Other Purposes
[excerpt]

     PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MCKINLEY.—For purchase for the Executive Mansion of an oil portrait of the late President McKinley, a sum not to exceed (including frame) two thousand five hundred dollars.

 

 


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