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106th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 37

To express gratitude for the service of the Chief Justice of the United 
       States as Presiding Officer during the impeachment trial.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                           February 12, 1999

    Mr. Lott (for himself and Mr. Daschle) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
To express gratitude for the service of the Chief Justice of the United 
       States as Presiding Officer during the impeachment trial.

Whereas article I, section 3, clause 6 of the Constitution of the United States 
        provide that, when the President of the United States is tried on 
        articles of impeachment, the Chief Justice of the United States shall 
        preside over the Senate;
Whereas, pursuant to rule IV of the Rules of Procedure and Practice in the 
        Senate When Sitting on Impeachment Trials, on January 6, 1999, the 
        Senate notified William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United 
        States, of the time and place fixed for consideration of the articles of 
        impeachment against William Jefferson Clinton, President of the United 
        States, and requested him to attend;
Whereas, in the intervening days since January 7, 1999, Chief Justice Rehnquist 
        has presided over the Senate, when sitting on the trial of the articles 
        of impeachment, for long hours over many days;
Whereas Chief Justice Rehnquist, in presiding over the Senate, has exhibited 
        extraordinary qualities of fairness, patience, equanimity, and wisdom;
Whereas, by his manner of presiding over the Senate, Chief Justice Rehnquist has 
        contributed greatly to the Senate's conduct of fair, impartial, and 
        dignified proceedings in the trial of the articles of impeachment; and
Whereas the Senate and the Nation are indebted to Chief Justice Rehnquist for 
        his distinguished and valued service in fulfilling his constitutional 
        duty to preside over the Senate in the trial of the articles of 
        impeachment: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate expresses its profound gratitude to 
William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States, for his 
distinguished service in presiding over the Senate, while sitting on 
the trial of the articles of impeachment against William Jefferson 
Clinton, President of the United States.
    Sec. 2. The Secretary shall notify the Chief Justice of the United 
States of this resolution.
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