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110 STAT. 4492 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—SEPT. 27, 1996 SEC. 2. The document referred to in the first section shall be— (1) published under the supervision of the Secretary of the Senate; and (2) in such style, form, manner, and binding as directed by the Joint Committee on Printing, after consultation with the Secretary of the Senate. The document shall include illustrations. SEC. 3. In addition to the usual number of copies of the document, there shall be printed the lesser of— (1) 5,000 copies for the use of the Secretary of the Senate; or (2) such number of copies as does not exceed a total production and printing cost of $45,000. Agreed to September 26, 1996. Sept. 27, 1996 "PORTRAIT MONUMENT"— RE LOCATION [H. Con. Res. 216] Providing for relocation of the Portrait Monument. Whereas in 1995, women of America celebrated the 75th anniversary of their right to participate in our government through sum-age; Whereas Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony were pioneers in the movement for women's suffrage and the pursuit of equal rights; and Whereas the relocation of the Portrait Monument to a place of prominence and esteem would serve to honor and revere the contribution of thousands of women: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the Architect of the Capitol shall— (1) restore the Portrait Monument and place it in the Rotunda of the Capitol for one year at which time it shall be moved to a permanent site along with an appropriate educational display, as determined by the commission created in section 3, and an alternative statue recommended by the commission shall be placed in the Rotunda; (2) make all necessary arrangements for a rededication ceremoney of the Portrait Monument in the Rotunda in conjunction with the Woman Suffrage Statue Campaign; and (3) use no Federal funds to pay any expense of restoring or moving the statue. SEC. 2. The Rotunda of the Capitol is authorized to be used at a time mutually agreed upon by the Majority Leader of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for a ceremony to commemorate and celebrate the statue's return to the Rotunda. SEC. 3. A commission of 11 interested parties, including Senators and Representatives, will be appointed. The Majority Leader of the Senate will appoint three members and the Minority Leader of the Senate will appoint two members to the commission. The Speaker of the House of Representatives will appoint one member, the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives will appoint two members, the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives will appoint two members, and the Architect of the