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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS July 19, 1937 [S. Con. Res., No. 10] Statue of General William Henry Har- rison Beadle. Acceptance and thanks of Congress to South Dakota. Copy of resolutions to Governor. August 6, 1937 [H. Con. Res., No. 211 "Technological Trends and National Policy, Including the Social Implications of the New Inventions." Additional copies ordered printed. Distribution. August 21, 1937 [S. Con. Res., No. 18] Joint Committee on Hawaii. Establishment, composition. Investigation and study of subject of statehood, etc. Report to Senate and House of Repre- sentatives. Powers. STATUE OF GENERAL WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON BEADLE Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the statue of General William Henry Harrison Beadle, pre- sented by the State of South Dakota, to be placed in Statuary Hall, is accepted in the name of the United States, and that the thanks of the Congress be tendered said State for the contribution of the statue of one of its most eminent citizens, illustrious for his valor as a soldier and his distinguished service as an educator; and be itfurther Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, suitably engrossed and duly authenticated, be transmitted to the Governor of South Dakota. Passed, July 19, 1937. TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS AND NATIONAL POLICY, ETC. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the Report of the Subcommittee on Technology, submitted to the National Resources Committee, entitled "Technological Trends and National Policy, Including the Social Implications of the New Inventions", be printed as a House document; and that ten thousand additional copies shall be printed, of which two thousand nine hun- dred copies shall be for the use of the Senate and seven thousand one hundred copies shall be for the use of the House. Passed, August 6, 1937. JOINT COMMITTEE ON HAWAII Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That there is hereby created a joint congressional committee to be known as the Joint Committee on Hawaii, which shall be composed of not to exceed twelve Members of the Senate, to be appointed by the President of the Senate, and not to exceed twelve Members of the House of Representatives and the Delegate from Hawaii, to be appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The committee shall select a chairman from among its members. The committee shall cease to exist upon making its report to Congress pursuant to this resolution. SEC. 2 . The committee is authorized and directed to conduct a comprehensive investigation and study of the subject of statehood and of other subjects relating to the welfare of the Territory of Hawaii. The committee shall report to the Senate and to the House of Representatives not later than January 15, 1938, the results of its investigation and study, together with its recommendations for such legislation as it deems necessary or desirable. SEC. 3 . For the purposes of this resolution, the committee is author- ized to sit and act, as a whole or by subcommittee, at such times and places as it deems advisable, to hold such hearings, to administer such oaths and affirmations, to take such testimony, and to have such printing and binding done as it deems necessary. Passed, August 21, 1937. 1112