H.Con.Res. 485 (93rd): Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), that the President of the United States is ...

...requested to return to the House of Representatives the enrolled bill (H.R. 11793) to reorganize and consolidate certain fu

93rd Congress, 1973–1974. Text as of May 07, 1974 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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2400                                      CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-MAR. 26, 1974              [88 STAT.

 March 26,1974
[H. Con. R e s . 78]                          VETERANS' BENEFITS CALCULATOR
                                Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate      concurring),
  Printing of
additional c o p i e s .      That after the conclusion of the second session of the Ninety-third
                              Congress there shall be printed fifty thousand three hundred and
                              twenty-five copies of a Veterans' Benefits Calculator prepared by the
                              House Committee on Veterans' Affairs of which two thousand copies
                              shall be for the use of the House Committee on Veterans" Affairs, two
                              thousand copies for the use of the Senate Committee on Veterans'
                              Affairs, thirty-seven thousand five hundred and seventy copies for the
                              use of the House of Representatives, and eight thousand seven hundred
                              and fifty-five copies for the use of the Senate.
                                P a s s e d March 26, 1974.




  March 2 6 , 1974                    "FOREIGN POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF THE ENERGY
[H. C o n . R e s . 3 9 7 ]                        CRISIS"~HEARINGS
                                Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate     concurring),
  Printing of                 That there shall be printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign
additional c o p i e s .      Affairs, House of Representatives, one thousand additional copies of
                              the hearings before the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy
                              on September 21, 26, 27, and October 3,1972, entitled "Foreign Policy
                              Implications of the Energy Crisis".
                                P a s s e d March 26, 1974.



  April 1 1 , 1974                      ADJOURNMENT-HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
[H. Con. R e s . 4 7 5 ]                             AND SENATE
                                 Resolved, hy the House of Representatives {tlie Senate    concurring).
                              That when the two Houses adjourn on Thursday, April 11, 1974, they
                              stand adjourned until 12 o'clock noon on Monday, April 22, 1974, or
                              until 12 o'clock noon on the second day after their respective Members
                              are notified to reassemble in accordance with section 2 of this resolu-
                              tion, whichever event first occurs.
                                 SEC. 2. The Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Presi-
                              dent pro tempore of the Senate shall notify the Members of the House
                              and Senate, respectively, to reassemble whenever, in their opinion, the
                              public interest shall warrant it, or whenever the majority leader of the
                              Senate and the majority leader of the House, acting jointly, or the
                              minority leader of the Senate and the minority leader of the House,
                              acting jointly, file a written request with the Secretary of the Senate
                              and the Clerk of the House that the Congress reassemble for the con-
                              sideration of legislation.
                                 P a s s e d April 1 1 , 1974.



    May 7, 1974
[H. Con. R e s . 485]                   CORRECTION OF ENROLLED BILL H. R. 11793
                               Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate      concufring),
  Ante,    p. 96.
                              That the President of the United States is requested to return to the
                              House of Representatives the enrolled bill (H.R. 11793) to reorganize

88 STAT. ] CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-MAY 16, 1974 2^101 and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Government in a new Federal Energy Administration in order to promote more efficient management of such functions. If and when said bill is returned by the President, the action of the Presiding Officers of the two Houses in signing the bill shall be deemed rescinded; and the Clerk of the House is authorized and directed, in the re-enrollment of said bill, to make the following correction: In section 29 of the enrolled bill, strike out "$2,000,000'' and insert in lieu thereof "$200,000,000". Passed May 7, 1974. TWO HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST CONTINENTAL May le. i974 CONGRESS-DAY OF NATIONAL OBSERVANCE [s. Con. Res. 85]_ Whereas the meeting at Carpenters' Hall in the City of Philadelphia in the Colony of Pennsylvania from September 5 to October 26, 1774, which has become known as the First Continental Congress, will have observed during 1974 its two hundredth anniversary; and Whereas the actions of that Congress in uniting, for the first time, the thirteen disparate American Colonies to seek redress of their many grievances against the Parliament and King of England, set in motion a series of events leading to the meeting of the Second Continental Congress which produced the Declaration of Inde- pendence and guided the new Nation through the American War for Independence; and Whereas the precedents set by the meeting of the first Congress in 1774 form the foundation upon which rests the principles and prac- tices of the existing Congress of the United States of America; and Whereas October 14, 1774, was the date on which the delegates to the first Congress adopted the Declaration and Resolves, expressing to the King of England their rights as Englishmen and their deter- mination to achieve those rights, and is therefore, in itself, an historic date; and Whereas on October 14, 1974, special ceremonies, sponsored by the City of Philadelphia, the National Park Service of the Department of the Interior and the American Revolution Bicentennial Adminis- tration, w^ill be held at Carpenters' Hall in Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania, to properly and appropriately observe for the Nation the tw^o hundredth anniversary of the First Continental Congress; and Whereas the two hundredth anniversary of the First Continental Con- gress marks one of the first historic commemorative events of the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration: Now, therefore, be it Resolved hy the Senate {the House of Representatives concurring)^ That it is the sense of Congress that October 14, 1974, be proclaimed a Day of National Observance for the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the First Continental Congress and that the people of our Nation be called upon to fittingly observe and honor this important date in our country's history. SEC. 2. That the President pi'o tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House be authorized to select, upon the recommenda- tion of the respective majority and minority leaders, four Members of each House to represent the Congress of the United States of America at ceremonies in Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, on Octo- ber 14, 1974, and to present at said ceremonies to a representative of the City of Philadelphia a copy of this resolution.