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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS SECOND SESSION, SEVENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS January 3, 1936. [8. Con. Res., No. 26.) JOINT MEETING Resolved by the Senate (the House oj Representatives concurring), That the two Houses of Congress assemble m the Hall of the House Joint meeting of the • • two Houses to receive of Representatives on Fnday, the 3d day of January 1936, at 9 communilations from o'cloCK post meridian, for the purpose of receiving such communica- the PMldent. tions as the President of the United States shall be pleased to make to them. Passed, January 3, 1936. FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES OF INDIANS February 25, 193&. (S. COD. Res., No. 32.) Resolved by the Senate (the Home of Representatives concurring), That the President of the United States be, and he is hereby, requesl~ frjd~iVllIzedTribes to return to the Senate the enrolled bill (S. 3227) to amend section 0 ~tur:' of bill 3 of the Act approved May 10, 1928, entitled "An Act to extend the (S. 3227) relating to, ~od of restnction in lands of certain members of the Five Civilized requested . . Tribes, and for other purposes", as amended February 14, 1931. Passed, February 25, 1936. [8. Con. Res., No. 33.) FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES OF INDIANS March 3, 1931\. Resolved bll the Senate (the Home 0.1 Representative8 concurring), That the action of the Speaker of the House of Representatives and frid~Civ1)izedTribes the President of the Senate in signing the enrolled bill (S. 3227) to 0 C~rr=On in en- amend section 3 of the act approved May 10 1928 entitled "An Act rollmentofblllreJating " to, directed. to extend the period of restriction in lands of certain members of A1Itt, p. Jl60. the Five Civilized Tribes, and for other purposes", as amended February 14, 1931, be, and the same is hereby, rescinded, and that in the reenrollment of the bill the Secretary of the Senate be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to strike out on page 1, line 8, of the engrossed bill the word "materials" and insert m lieu thereof the word "minerals". Passed, March 3, 1936. [8. COD. Res., No. 30 .) ARMY DAY April 2, 1936. Re80lved by the Senate (the House oj Representatives concurring), That Monday, April 6, 1936, be recognized by the Senate and House ~rm~ ~aY'Apri) Ii, of Representatives of the United States of America, as Army Day, 1936,o~zedas. and that the President of the United States be requested, as Com- mander in Chief, to order military units throu~hout the United States to assist civic bodies in appropriate celebration to such extent 2385