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1816 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS or CONGRESS. and the Senate Office Buil at an expenditure not to exceed $4,500.

 an That the expenditures in(d1;·rgying out the contract be paid from the

contingent funds of the House and Senate m equal proportions, and upon vouchers authorized by the respective committees having con— trol of the contingent funds of the Senate and House of Representatives and approved by the chairmen thereof. Passed, September 12, 1922. §gt€I11bel‘19,19‘H. TA_RIFF BILL_ [n.co¤.ss., sees.; Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 'ggfwlziii m W That in the enrollment of the bill (H. R. 7456) entitled "An Act to mumntos. provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, an for other purposes," the Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to insert in .me,p.soa paragraph 502 of the bill as amended, after the word "gal1on" in the last line, the following: " ; testing above 52 and not above 56 per centum total sugars not imported to be commercially used for the extraction of sugar, or for uman consumption, one-sixth of 1 cent additional for each per centum of total sugars and fractions of a per centum in proportion" Passed, September 19, 1922.

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_ Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate eomzurring),

 m mai- That in the enrollment 0 the bill (H. R. 7456) entitled "An Act

¤“*‘°‘· to provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, and for other p ses," the Clerk of the House of Representatives is hereby 4··¢=»v·¤2¤- autlliorized to strike out "coconuts," appearing in paragraph 1626 of the bill, as agreed to in conference. Passed, September 20, 1922.

¥Tl?%T •rAmr·F LAW or 19%.

Resolved by the House o Re sentatives (the Senate corwurri ), €,,‘§’;,I;§j‘.§',,‘§{,{;’,",¥°,;,, That there be printed for tbe ugiaf Congress eighty thousand co;i]eS

  • 4*;*;* P¤§;8°d· of the tariff law of 1922 in pamphlet form, indexed, to be a pornmétiéuoi tioned as follows
    • Thirty-five thousand co ies for the use ol) the

House of Re resentatives, twenty thousand co ies for the use of the Senate, Elite thousand copies for the use ofp the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, five thousand copies for the use of the Committee on Finance of the Senate, ten thousand copies for the use of the House document room, five thousand co ies for the use of the Senate document room, and* that the Public Printer be authorized to print for sale such copies of said law as in his discretion may be necessary. Passed, September 20, 1922.

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Resolved by the House of Re esentatives (the Senate concurring), g,,§°‘"Sg‘,§“,,°{,‘fb‘,§{°§: That the President of the Sex§;e and the Speaker of the House m’~ of Representatives be authorized to close the resent session by adjourmng their respective Houses on the 22d day of September, 1922, at two o’clock postmeridiau. Passed, September 22, 1922.