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6 APPENDIX—CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. shall be called the engrossed bill, or resolution as the case may be, and it shall be dealt with in the same manner as engrossed bills and joint resolutions are dealt with at present, and shall be sent in printed iorm, after passing, to the other House, and in that iorm shall be dealt with _by that House, and its officers in the same manner in which engrossed bills, and joint resolutions are now dealt with. F¤¤>li<1* l>iUjD¤¤{g Resolved, That when such bill, or joint resolution shall have passed iikgiddlgdiiiigenmeue both Houses, it shall be printed on parchment, which print shall be in lieu of, what is now know as, and shall be called, the enrolled bill, or joint resolution as the case may be, and shall be dealt with in the same manner in which enrolled bills, and joint resolutions are now dealt with. Resolved, That the Joint Committee on Printing is hereby charged with the duty of having the foregoing resolutions properly executed, and is empowered to take such steps as may be necessary to carry them into effect, and provide for the speedy execution of the printing herein contemplated. Passed the House of Representatives, October 26, 1893. Passed the Senate, November 1, 1893. CONGRESSIONAL Rnoonn. g N¤v¤¤¤b¤r 3- 1893- Resolved, by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That cmigmmmi nw. the Public Printer be directed to furnish to each Representative, and °’§gm mph! ,0 Delegate fifteen additional copies of the Congressional Record during mmm. the iirst session of the Fifty-third Congress. ‘ Passed the House of Representatives, November 3, 1893. Passed the Senate, November 2, 1893. SECOND SESSION FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. STATUE OF GEN. JAMES SHIELDS. December 6, 1893. Resolved by the Senate (the House oj`Represental·ives concurring), That "SQQW, of G,,,_ the thanks of Congress be tendered to the Governor, to the Legislature, ¤¤,,¤5L<·:¤{gi:}¤5bn ss and to the people of the State of Illinois for the statue of General to imma. gm James Shields, whose name is so closely identified with the history of Illinois and of the United States, by his eminent services as a soldier, jurist, and statesman. Resolved, That the statue be accepted and assigned to a place in Statuary Hall (the old Hall of Representatives), and that a copy of these resolutions, signed by the President of the Senate and by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, be transmitted to the governor of Illinois. Passed the Senate, December 6, 1893. Passed the House of Representatives, December 6, 1893. HOLIDAY RECESS, 1803-1894. Hccembu 20,1999- Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate eoneurring), That nouns; mm. when the two Houses adjourn on Thursday the twentyiirst day of December present, they stand adjourned until Wednesday the third day of January, eighteen hundred and ninetyfour, Passed the House of Representatives, December 20, 1893. Passed the Senate, December 20, 1893.