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RESOLUTIONS.

CHAPTER 305.

JOINT RESOLUTION providing that the Committee of the Senate on

Revised Statutes, together with the Committee of the House of Representatives on Revised Statutes, be authorized and directed to meet and sit together, in vacation, to jointly consider and report upon, at a special session of the General Assembly to be called by the Governor, “The Revision and Codification of the General Statute Laws of the State."

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly met :

Authority for Committees of General Assembly on Revised Statutes to sit in vacation

Section 1. That the Committee of the Senate on Revised Statutes, together with the Committee of the House of Representatives on Revised Statutes, be and they are hereby authorized and directed to meet and sit together in vacation, upon notice from the Revised Code Commission delivered to the respective Chairman of said Committees, and jointly consider and report upon,

to a special session of the General Assembly to be called Revised Code by the Governor, “The Revision and Codification of the

General Statute Laws of the State”, as prepared and submitted by said Revised Code Commission.

Where sessions

Section 2. The sessions of said joint Committees may may be held

be held at any place in the State of Delaware, to be determined upon by them, the first meeting to be held within ten days after the delivery of the notice aforesaid.

Compensation

Section 3. The members of said Committees so jointly when sitting meeting and acting shall receive the same compensation

per diem as members of the General Assembly receive for their services when in session.

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Session 4. That forthwith upon the convening of a Upon convenSpecial Session of the General Assembly of this State session when called as aforesaid, said joint committees shall report to such General Assembly in Special Session convened, upon the said revision and codification of the General Statute Laws of the State so submitted to them by said Revised Code Commission. That said report of said joint committees shall have the same force and effect as a report of such committees of either House would have if said Committees had sat during a session of the General Assembly.

Section 5. That the State Treasurer is hereby autho-State Treasurer rized and directed to pay to the several members of said Authorized to joint committees their respective compensation, as fixed and determined by said joint committees in accordance with this resolution, upon written orders drawn upon said State Treasurer, signed by the chairman of said committees. The sum of one thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated to pay said orders.

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CHAPTER 306.

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION Establishing a Uniform Flag and

Colors for the State of Delaware.

WHEREAS it is proper that the State of Delaware should have a uniform and standard State flag and* an authorized State colors.

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Commission appointed to fix upon a

Section 1. That the Secretary of State, President pro

tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House be and uniforin State the same are hereby appointed a commission to serve

without pay and decide upon a uniform and standard flag for the State of Delaware with respect to design, size and color.

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Colors

Section 2. That said commission shall also decide upon the combination of colors that shall be known as the State's colors.

To be recognized as official

Section 3. That the flag and colors decided upon by flag and colors the above commission shall be recognized as the official

flag and colors of the State of Delaware, and they are hereby constituted as such.

Approved February 20, A. D. 1913.

*Printed as in Original bill.

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CHAPTER 307.

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for Securing Portraits of

Certajn State Officers.

WHEREAS, it appears that the State possesses portraits of most of the Governors of the State, and

WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable to maintain the said collection and add thereto; therefore

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Commission

That the Secretary of State, the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House be and named to prothe same are hereby appointed a Commission and serve traits of Govwithout pay to procure oil portraits and have the same will and Govproperly marked showing the name, time of service, etc., and have the same placed in the Capitol of the following Governors :

ernor Miller

Hon. Simeon S. Pennewill and Hon. Charles R. Mill

er; and

Be it further resolved, that the State Treasurer is Appropriation hereby authorized and directed to pay of any moneys in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, on vouchers drawn by said Commission named above, an amount necessary to carry this resolution in effect.

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CHAPTER 308.

JOINT RESOLUTION No. 11.

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

Governor to appoint three

other States

1. That the Governor of this State be and he is hereCommissioners by authorized to appoint three commissioners on the

part of the State of Delaware to act with commissioners appointed or to be appointed by the Governors of the States of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland, under resolutions similar to this, whose duty it shall be to ascertain whether

the laws of the above mentioned States in reference to Uniform auto- defining motor vehicles and providing for the registra

tion of the same and licensing of drivers thereof, fixing rules regulating the use and speed of motor vehicles; fixing the amount of license and registration fees; prescribing and regulating process and service thereof and proceedings for the violation of the provisions of acts relative to same and penalties for said violations, can be so amended that the laws of the above-mentioned States be uniform in the above-mentioned or other particulars.

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Report

2. Said commissioners shall report their findings and recommendations at the next session of the Legislature.

Compensation

3. The members of the commission shall serve without salary, but for the purpose of necessary expenses and clerical help, the sum of five hundred dollars is hereby appropriated from the Treasury of the State not otherwise appropriated.

Approved March 19, A. D. 1913.

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