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June 18, 1934. (S.Con. Res., No. 21.)

Texas centenary,

TEXAS CENTENARY, JOINT COMMITTEE
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
That there is hereby established a joint congressional committee to be

joint committee. composed of three Senators, to be appointed by the President of the appointment auSenate, and three Members of the House of Representatives, to be Federal participation, appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, to inquire etc. into and report to Congress to what extent, if any, the Federal Government should participate in the Centennial of the Independence of the Republic of Texas, to be held in the State of Texas in the year 1936.

The expenses of the committee, including necessary clerical assist- Division of expenses. ance and traveling expenses, which shall not exceed $5,000, shall be paid, one-half from the contingent fund of the Senate and one-half from the contingent fund of the House of Representatives, upon vouchers, approved by the chairman.

Passed, June 18, 1934.

June 18, 1934. (S.Con. Res., No. 24.)

ment of bill, directed.

Ante, p. 1236.

TAXATION OF FIREARMS, ETC. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the Clerk of the House is authorized and directed, in the enroll- Taxation of firearms, ment of the bill (H.R. 9741) to provide for the taxation of manufac- Correction in enrollturers, importers, and dealers in certain firearms and machine

guns, to tax the sale or other disposal of such weapons, and to restrict importation and regulate interstate transportation thereof, to insert after line 22, on page 4 of the House bill, the following:

(c) Under such rules and regulations as the Commissioner, with Matter inserted. the approval of the Secretary, may prescribe, and upon proof of the exportation of any firearm to any foreign country (whether exported as part of another article or not) with respect to which the transfer tax under this section has been paid by the manufacturer, the Commissioner shall refund to the manufacturer the amount of the tax so paid, or, if the manufacturer waives all claim for the amount to be refunded, the refund shall be made to the exporter.

Passed, June 18, 1934.

Enrolled bills and

SIGNING ENROLLED BILLS, ETC., AFTER ADJOURNMENT

June 18, 1934.

(H.Con. Res., No. 48. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That notwithstanding the adjournment of the second session of the Seventy-third Congress, the President of the Senate and the Speaker · Signing after adjourn

resolutions. of the House of Representatives be, and they are hereby, authorized ment of Congress. to sign any enrolled bill or joint resolution duly passed by the two Houses, and which have been examined by the Committee on Enrolled Bills of each House and found truly enrolled.

Passed, June 18, 1934.

ADJOURNMENT

June 18, 1934. (H.Con. Res., No. 47.]

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That when the Senate shall adjourn as of the legislative day of June Adjournment of Con6, 1934, and the House of Representatives shall adjourn as of the legislative day of June 15, 1934, they shall stand adjourned sine die.

Passed, June 18, 1934.

TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS

CONCLUDED BY THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

WITH

FOREIGN NATIONS

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TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS

Convention between the United States of America and Panama modify- December 17, 1932.

ing claims convention of July 28, 1926. Signed at Panama, December 17, 1932; ratification advised by the Senate, February 18, 1993; ratified by the President, February 23, 1933; ratified by Panama, March 20, 1933; ratifications exchanged at Panama, March 25, 1933; proclaimed March 30, 1933.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A PROCLAMATION

Claims convention WHEREAS, a convention between the United States of America and

with Panama.

Preamble. the Republic of Panama to modify certain provisions of the convention for the settlement and amicable adjustment of claims presented by the citizens of each country against the other, signed at Washington on July 28, 1926, was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at Panama on the seventeenth day of December, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two, the original of which convention, being in the English and Spanish languages, is word for word as follows:

The United States of America Los Estados Unidos de América Contracting powers. and the Republic of Panama de- y la República de Panamá, deseosiring to modify certain provi- sos de modificar ciertas estisions of & Convention for the pulaciones de una Convención settlement and amicable adjust- para el arreglo y ajuste amigable ment of claims presented by the de reclamaciones presentadas por citizens of each country against ciudadanos de cada uno de los the other, signed at Washington dos países contra el otro, firmada July 28, 1926, have decided to en Washington el 28 de Julio de conclude a Convention for that 1926, han decidido concluir una purpose and have nominated as Convención a tal propósito y han their plenipotentiaries:

nombrado como sus plenipoten

ciarios: The President of the United El Presidente de los Estados Plenipotentiaries. States of America, Mr. Roy Unidos de América, al Señor Roy Tasco Davis, Envoy Extraordi- Tasco Davis, Enviado Extranary and Minister Plenipotentiary ordinario y Ministro Plenipotenof the United States to Panama; ciario de los Estados Unidos en and

Panamá; y
The President of the Republic El Presidente de la República
of Panama, His Excellency Doc- de Panamá, a Su Excelencia el
tor J. Demóstenes Arosemena, Doctor Don Juan Demóstenes
Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Arosemena, Secretario de Rela-
the Republic of Panama;

ciones Exteriores de la República
de Panamá;

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