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[69 Stat. 3]
PUBLIC LAW 000—MMMM. DD, 1955

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS FIRST SESSION, EIGHTY-FOURTH CONGRESS

JOINT MEETING

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ That the two Houses of Congress assemble in the Hall of the House of Representatives on Thursday, January 6, 1955, at 12: 30 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of receiving such communications as the President of the United States shall be pleased to make to them. P a s s e d January 6, 1955.

PARKING ON CAPITOL GROUNDS

January 6, 1955 [H. Con. R e s. 1]

Communications from t he P re si dent.

January 25, 1955 [S. Con. Res. 3]

Resolved by the Senate {the House of Representatives concurring), That it is the sense of the Congress that the Architect of the Capitol should permit the parking, under the control of the Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate, of passenger motor vehicles on that part of the United States Capitol Grounds described as square 723, for such time as the said Architect determines that such square is needed for parking purposes. Agreed to January 25, 1955. ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY O F MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE

Whereas February 12, 1955, marks the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Michigan State College, the first agricultural college in the United States and the model for the land-grant college system; and "Whereas Michigan State College and other land-grant colleges subsequently established have improved the American standard of living, helped bring real economic prosperity to the American people, and played an important role in the evolution and development of the American way of life to its present position of world leadership: Therefore be it Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring), That the Congress hereby extends its greetings and felicitations to Michigan State College on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of its founding, and joins with the people of the United States in expressing its recognition and appreciation of the role which Michigan B3

February 4, 1955 [H. Con. R e s. 61]