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H. RES. 553

   Electing the Honorable Robert S. Walker of Pennsylvania to act as 
                          Speaker pro tempore.



                           September 30, 1996

 Mr. Solomon submitted the following resolution; which was considered 
                             and agreed to



   Electing the Honorable Robert S. Walker of Pennsylvania to act as 
                          Speaker pro tempore.

    Resolved, That the Honorable Robert S. Walker, a Representative 
from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, be, and he is hereby, elected 
Speaker pro tempore through the legislative day of Tuesday, October 1, 
    Sec. 2. The Clerk of the House shall notify the President and the 
Senate of the election of the Honorable Robert S. Walker as Speaker pro 
tempore during the absence of the Speaker.

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