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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—SEPT. 28, 1993 107 STAT. 2543 Members are notified to reassemble pursuant to section 2 of this concurrent resolution, whichever occurs first; and that when the Senate recesses or a4Joums at the close of business on Friday, August 6, 1993, Saturday, August 7, 1993, or Sunday, August 8, 1993, pursuant to a motion made by the Msgority Leader, or his designee, in accordance with this resolution, it stand recessed or adjourned until Tuesday, September 7, 1993, at such time as may be specified by the Majority Leader or his designee in the motion to recess or adjourn, or until noon on the second day after Members are notified to reassemble pursuant to section 2 of this concurrent resolution, whichever occurs first. SEC. 2. The Speaker of the House and the Majority Leader of the Senate, acting jointly after consultation with the Minority Leader of the House and the Minority Leader of the Senate, shall notify the Members of the House and the Senate, respectively, to reassemble whenever, in their opinion, the public interest shall warrant it. Agreed to August 6, 1993. JOINT SESSION Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring). That the two Houses of Congress assemble in the Hall of the House of Representatives on Wednesday, September 22, 1993, at 9 o'clock post meridiem, for the purpose of receiving such communication as the President of the United States shall be pleased to make to them. Agreed to September 14, 1993. Sept. 14, 1993 [H. Con. Res. 144] ADJOURNMENT—HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring). That when the House ac^oums on Wednesday, September 15, 1993, it stand adjourned until noon on Tuesday, September 21, 1993. Agreed to September 14, 1993. Sept. 14, 1993 [H. Con. Res. 145] " SENATORS OF THE UNITED STATES: A HISTORICAL Sept. 28, 1993 BIBLIOGRAPHY" — SENATE PRINT [s. Con. Res. 4] Whereas informed research on the history and operations of the United States Congress depends on full access to existing scholarly studies of its former members, as well as to their published papers and other writings; and Whereas no recent compilation of these significant research resources presently exists: Now, therefore, be it