subsequent thereto, and shall be published in one or more of the daily
newspapers published in the District of Columbia and in such other
manner as the @ommissioners may deem best to acquaint the public
with the same; and no penalty prescribed for the violation of any
of such regulations shall be enforced until five days after such puMi-
cation. Any person violating any of such regulations shall be liable
for each such offense to a fine of not to exceed $100 in the police court
of said District, and in default of payment thereof to imprisonment in
the workhouse of said District for not longer than sixty days.
Approved, April 22, 1940.
To amend an Act to provide for the fifteenth and subsequent decennial censuses
and to provide for apportionment of Representatives in Congress, approved
June 18, 1929, so as to change the date of subsequent apportionments.
Be it enacted by the Xemte and House of Represantatives of the.
Fifteenth, 8% ten- Udted Xtates of AmrLca in Congress assembled, That an Act
~p~ortionment pf provide for the fifteenth and subsequent decennial censuses and to
'" provide for apportionment of Representatives in Congress, approved
46 Stat. 26.
2 U. S. 0. 5 2a.
June 18, 1929, is hereby amended in the first sentence of section
Timeforfillngstate- 22 (a) by striking out the words "second regular session of the
Seventy-first congress" and substituting the following words: "first
regular session of the Seventy-seventh Congress", and by striking
out "fifteenth" and inserting "sixteenth".
SEC. 2. The first sentence of section 22 (b) of such Act is amended
Number of Repre-
to read as follows: "'If the Congress to which the statement required
sentatlves if no new
apportion~nent law by subdivision (a) of this section is transmitted has not, within
sixty calendar days after such statement is transmitted, enacted