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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ras. 7, 8. 1911. 39 "An Act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and nineti-five, and for other purposes," approved August eighteenth eighteen undred and ninet -four, and by amendments thereto, and that the State of Colorado he allowed, under the provisions of said Acts, said additional area, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purposes and under the provisions of said Acts. Approved, August 21, 1911. [po. s.] Jem Repiuaon To admit me rm-ima or New mexico me mms gg- gygglj - as tates mto the Umon upon an equal footing with the original States. Resolved by the Senate and House of I?1e£>resentat·ives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, at the Territories of New A,,’L,‘{___"°"*°° •°‘* Mexico and Arizona are herelév admitted into the Union upon an 0¤!¤ii¤9¤• Mr •¤- equal footing with the original tates, in accordance with the terms of ""€,‘L°",¤$',l?l¤'6q°€" an Act entitled "An Act to enable the people of New Mexico to form `_ a constitution and State government and· be admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States; and to enable the peo le of Arizona to form a constitution and State government and llie admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States" commonly called the enabling Act approve June twentieth, nineteen hundred and ten, and uponthe terms and conditions hereinafter set forth. The admission herein provided for shall take effect upon the ,__§;°°,}*”;g,{‘{,';,$,¤*g proclamation of the President of the United States when the condi- compute wm. tions exphcitlyl set forth in this joint resolution have been comphed with, w °ch proclamation shall issue at the earliest practicable time after the results of the election herein provided for shall have been certified to the President, and also after evidence shall have been submitted to him of the compliance with the terms and conditions . of this resolution. The President is authorized and directed to certify the adoption of N°“°°‘°*°"”‘°"· this resolution to the governor of each Territory as soon alsaplractncable after the adoption hereof, and each of said governors s issue his proclamation for the hold.i% of the iirst general election as provided mmm or in the constitution of ew Mexico eretofore adopted and the election ordinance numbered two ado ted by the constitutional convention of Arizona, respectively, and for the submission to a_vote of the electors of said Territories of the amendments of the constitutions of said proposed States, respectively, herein set forth in accordance with the terms and conditions of this joint resolution. The results of m,°;_¤*¤°•°*°¤ °' ”~“ said elections shall be certified to the President by the governor · of_ each of said Territories; and if the terms and conditions of this joint resolution shall have been complied with, the proclamation shall lmmedlately issue by the President announcing the result of sand “‘¤“"“'- elections so ascertained, and upon the issuance of said proclamation the proposed _State or States so complying shall deemed admitted gy ti ougress into the Union upon an equal footing with the other a es. · » Sec. 2. That the admission of New Mexico shall be subject to the §§;,lS,{l,°°;.,;,,,,,; terms conditions of a joint resolution approved February six- *°¤;**m*jh“·,E·§_&°°°¤°· teenth, nineteen hundred and eleven, and entitled "Joint reso ution "i·¤ reailirming the boundary line between Texas and the Territory of '°°"·"‘"”‘ New Mex1co." Sec. That before the reclamation of the Preédent shall issue ,,,‘*,,§",{,',,°’{‘0°”,:c°‘1§?,,'§{ announcing the result of said, election in New Mexico, and at the same umn. trme that the State election aforesaid is held the electors of New Mexico shall vote upon the following proposed amendment of their State constitution as a condition precedent to the admissionof said State, to wit: 87618°—-—vor. 37-rr 1-5 ·