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1602 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS. Jrms 29, isis. OMNIBUS PENSION BILL, H. R. 14484. [K Gm M"N°` B`] Resolved by the House 0{Re esentatives (the Senate concurring), That b£’¤&¤%>¤f,,g°mi°¤ in the enrollment of the ill R. 14484) entitled "An Act granting cméaim rslmmu- ensions and increase of pensions to certain soldiers and sailors of the “"j]‘,L'§f‘,,_ lm Civil War and certain widows and dependent children of soldiers and sailors of said war," the Clerk be, and he is herebly, authorized and directed to restore, on (page eleven of the engrosse bill lines twenty- two, twenty-three, an twenty-four and lines one and two on page twelve, wit an amendment as follows: Page 12, line 2, strike out ($20) and insert $12 ; the same being for the purpose of carrying out the agreement of the conferees. Passed, June 29, 1916. 1¤¤•a0,1¤1e. OMNIBUS PENSION BILL, H. R. 13486. IH` com M" N0. M Resohved by the House {Re eeentatixves (the Senate concurring), That b,?¤g*,'}§}*f3,§6‘j“°‘°“ in the enrollment of the ill R. 13486) entitled "An Act granting C3;-n;=¢i¤¤ i¤ ¤¤r·>¤- Einsions and increase of pensions to certain soldiers and sailors of the '“"§‘,,f,;,,_ me War and certain wr ows and dependent children of soldiers and sailors of said war," the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and gigrected to lr?-tglre the niiztteg striken out byfthle oi th; natenum onewit an amen tas o ows: e3o t matter restored, strike out ($36) and insert: $30; and also Relsgogg the mattéer stricllien out by the amenglrlnient bg-Ithlen Senate num twenty- ve wit an amen nt as o ows: e 3 of the matter restored, strike out ($50) and insert: $40; the same being for the purpose of carrying out the agreement of the conferees. Passed, June 30, 19-16. my 8· 1916- BRIDGE, BAYoU BARTHOLOMEW. [H. Con. Res., No.46.] R _ _ _ esoltjed by the House of Representatwes (the Senate concurrmg) , That “§,’0‘g¥;°,;_B”°“ B"' the President be reiiuested to return to the House of Representatives, Return ¤f bm. ¤>- the enrolled bill (I· . R. 12197) entitled "A.n Act authorizing Ashley °°”p..,_°°°‘,, um, County, Arkansas, to construct a bridge across Bayou Bartho omew. ’ Passed, July 8, 1916.

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· [S. Con. Res., o. 12.] , mmais. Whereas in countries now engaged in war there are several hundreds of (thousands of Armenians in need of food, clothing, and shelter; an Whereas great numbers of them have been required by conditions ‘ growing out of the state of war to leave their homes and their property, deprived of an opportunity to make provision for their most eleénentary wants, causing starvation, disease, and untold suffering; an Whereas the tpeople of the United States of America have learned with gorrow of is terrible plight of gireat numbers of human beings and ave mostheenerorisly ggsponggl tr} the for help whenever such an a pea as reac e em: ere ore 1 · Baum, m Mmng ThR€i80£ved by ;hehSenate (the Hoieltse cj Repgefntgglxes coglczgwing), __ a rnviewo temise1y,wretcedness,an ar isw`c thes

;°‘g,“°S§*;,*} people are suffering, the President of the United States be respectfulle

ctgrntnbuting to asked to designate a day on which the citizens of this country ma give ieee, im BX_p1'€SS1011 to then sympathy by contnbutmgu-to the fimds nowhieing raised for the relief of the Armenians in the be gerent countries. Passed, July 18, 1916.