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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS May 21, 1937 STATUES OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN AND J. STERLING MORTON [S. Con. Res., No. 14] Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), entatugs ryillian That there be printed with illustrations and bound five thousand J. Sterling Morton. copies of the proceedings in Congress, together with the proceedings acceptance of, ordered held at the unveiling in Statuary Hall, upon the acceptance of the printed. statutes' of William Jennings Bryan and J. Sterling Morton, pre- Distribution. sented by the State of Nebraska, of which one thousand shall be for the use of the Senate and two thousand five hundred for the use of the House of Representatives, and the remaining one thousand five hundred copies shall be for the use and distribution of the Senators and Representatives in Congress from the State of Nebraska. Illustrations. The Joint Committee on Printing is hereby authorized to have the copy prepared for the Public Printer and shall procure suitable illustrations to be published with these proceedings. Passed, May 21, 1937. May 28, 1937 [H. Con. Res., No. 14] Independent Offices Appropriation bill, 1938. Correction in enroll- ment, directed. Ante, p. 344. INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATION BILL, 1938 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That, in the enrollment of the bill (H. R. 4064) making appropria- tions for the Executive Office and sundry independent executive bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1938, and for other purposes, the Clerk of the House of Representatives is hereby authorized and directed to change the amount of "$150,000,000" in the third paragraph under the heading "Social Security Board" to the sum of "$132,000,000" and to change the total accordingly. Passed, May 28, 1937. June 7,1937 STATUES OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN AND J. STERLING MORTON Is. Con. Res., No. 12] Statues of William Jennings Bryan and J. Sterling Morton. Thanks of Congress presented to Nebraska for. Copy of resolution to Governor. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the thanks of this Congress be presented to the Governor and through him to the people of the State of Nebraska for the statues of William Jennings Bryan and J. Sterling Morton, whose names are so honorably identified with the history of our country; that these works of art are accepted in the name of the Nation and assigned to places in the Capitol of the United States already set aside by Con- gress for the statues of eminent citizens; and that a copy of this resolution, signed by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, be transmitted to the Governor of Nebraska. Passed, June 7, 1937. 1 So in original.