H.Con.Res. 678 (94th): A resolution authorizing and directing the Clerk of the House of Representatives to make corrections in the ...

...enrollment of H.R. 11504.

94th Congress, 1975–1976. Text as of Jul 20, 1976 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—JUNE 10, 1976                            90 STAT. 3033

    ADJOURNMENT—HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE                       May 27. 1976
                                                                         [H. Con. Res. 64(5]
   Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring),
That when the House adjourns on Thursday, May 27, 1976, it stand
adjourned until 12 o'clock meridian, Tuesday, June 1, 1976, or until
12 o'clock noon on the second day after its respective Members are
notified to reassemble in accordance with section 2 of this resolution,
whichever event first occurs, and that when the Senate adjourns on
Friday, May 28, 1976, it stand adjourned until 11:00 o'clo(;k a.m.,
Wednesday, June 2, 1976, or until 12:00 o'clock meridian on the
second day after its respective Members are notified to reassemble in
accordance with section 3 of this resolution, whichever event occurs
first.
   SEC. 2. The Speaker of the House of Representatives shall notify
the Members of the House to reassemble whenever in his opinion the
public interest shall warrant it or whenever the majority leader of
the House and the minority leader of the House, acting jointly, file a
written request with the Clerk of the House that the House reassemble
for the consideration of legislation.
   SEC. 3. The President pro tempore of the Senate shall notify the
Members of the Senate to reassemble whenever in his opinion the
public interest shall warrant it, or whenever the majority and minor-
ity leaders of the Senate, acting jointly, file a written request with
the Secretary of the Senate that the Senate reassemble for the
consideration of legislation.
   SEC. 4. During the adjournment of the two Houses of Congress as
provided in section 1, the Clerk of the House and the Secretary of the
Senate, respectively, are hereby authorized to receive messages, includ-
ing veto messages, from the President of the United States.
  Passed May 27, 1976.



  CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES—POCKET-SIZE EDITION                       May 27. 1976
                                                                            [H. Con. Res. 538]
  Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring),
That there shall be printed as a House document the Constitution of         Printing as House
the United States (pocket-size edition), as amended through July 5,         document;
1971, and that there be printed two hundred and twenty-one thousand         additional copies.
additional copies of such document for the use of the House of
Representatives.
  Passed May 27, 1976.



"FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN LAWS RELATING TO THE UNITED June 10. 1976
           STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES"            [H.Con.Re8.64tO]
   Resolved hy the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring),
That there shall be printed as a House document, "Federal Election Printing as Houise
Campaign Laws Relating to the United States House of Representa- document;
tives", and that fifteen thousand copies be printed, of which five additional copitjs.
thousand shall be for the use of the Committee on House Administra-
tion of the House and the remaining ten thousand for distribution to
candidates for the House of Representatives and for political com-
mittees supporting them.
  Passed June 10, 1976.