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SIXTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cus. 33—35. 1911. 29 "An on not then a candidate for Senator of the United Mme ¤¤•¤¤<>¤ of Statesywhbmshall have given, contributed, expended, used, or prom- $i'°'°"°°°°°‘°` ised any money or thing of value to aid or assist m the nomination ,,E,§‘,,,‘?,$,*°u§,§u';'{“_§;.$‘f or election of any particular member of the legislature of the State ;1°1;¤¤¤¤r¤¤¤¤¤•¤¤¤m- in which he resi es, shall, if he thereafter becomes a candidate for 'I such office, or if he shall thereafter be elected to such office without

 a candidate therefor, comply with all of the provisions of

this section relating to candidates for such office, so far as the same may be applicable; and the statement herein required to be made 1>•¤¤¤=» verified, and filed after such election shall contain a full, true, and itemized account of each and every gift, contribution, expenditure, and promise whenever made, in an wise to the nomination or election of members of the legigature of said tate, or in any wise connected with or pertaining to nomination. and election of which publicity is not given in a previous statement. _ "Every statement herein required shall be verified by the oath or mX,f,'f"’“°“°"*•'°‘ aiiirmation of the candidate, taken before an officer authorized to administer oaths under the laws of the State in which he is a candidate,_and shall be sworn to or affirmed by the candidate in the distrrct in which he is a candidate for Representative, or the State in which he is a candidate for Senator in the Congress of the United States: Prmrided, That if at the time of such primary election nomi- If misuse itnating convention, general or special election or election by the ‘°°‘“”*°°"¤"’• State legislature said candidate shall be in attendance upon either House o Congress as a Member thereof, he may at his election verify such statements before any officer authorized to administer oaths in b M em nearer ot cnumbis; Prwhled farm-, rm the agmsmi ct ’”.‘l"‘* *i·*·*· any such statement in a regular post office, directed to e Cler of the House of Representatives or to the Secretary of the Senate, as the case may be, duly stamped and r@tered within the time required herem shall be deemed a sufficient filing of any such statement under any of the provisions of this Act. "This Act shall not be construed to annul or vitiate the laws of “°°*°"’°‘*°'•"* any State, not directly in conliict herewith, relating to the nomination or election of candidates for the offices herein named or to exempt any such candidate from complying with such State iaws." Approved. August 19, 1911. CHAP. 34.-An Act To confirm the name of Commodore Barney Circle for the ·*'*!“¤ "· mh circle located at the eastern end of Pennsylvania Avenue southeast, in the District ot Columbia. — [runue, Nod!.] Be it enacted ky the agenda and House of Representatives of the United States of America in (Jongress assembkd, That from and after the pas- sage of this Act the circle located at the eastern end of Pennsylvania cme designates. Avenue southeast, in the District of Columbia, row known as public reservations numbered fifty-five and fifty-six, shall be officially known and designated “Commodore Barney Circle." Approved, August 19, 1911. 3 éecétgczazuiixoreie the counties of Yell and Conway to construct ;*“*:E‘§;;%3:] ’ Pu , o. . Bc it enacted by the Senate and House ofR¥r·eeenta¢z}ve.s of the United P m J ¤ B, Sides of America thi Oongrgsa assembled, That the counties of Yell Ygn gd orig}.; and Conway, bodies corporate under the laws of the State of Arkansas, §‘,!,“,,:},‘f{·, ,·{§§;,;,,{" their successors and assigns, be, and they are hereby, authorized to construct, maintain, and operate a steel drawbridge and approaches