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with the recommendation that the amendments be agreed to the President, out of any unobligated moneys in the Treasand that as amended said bill do pass.

ury, such sums as may be necessary and available. On motion of Mr. RAMSPECK, the previous question was Sec. 6. That in the execution of this act the President, ordered on the amendments and on the bill to its passage or the head of any department authorized by him to conor rejection.

struct any project or to carry on any work, shall have the The following amendments recommended by the Commit- right to acquire real property by purchase, condemnation, tee of the Whole House on the state of the Union were

or otherwise. agreed to:

Sec. 7. The provisions of the Economy Act of 1933 shall Page 2, line 25, after “employment ”, insert That in em

not apply to any person employed under this act during ploying citizens for the purpose of this act no discrimina- such employment. tion shall be made on account of race, color, or creed; and

Sec. 8. This act shall take effect the day after its enactno person under conviction for crime and serving sentence ment. therefor shall be employed under the provisions of this act.

The question being taken viva voce, Page 3, line 11, after “ acquire”, insert real property; and

Will the House recommit said bill? in lines 12 and 13 strike out “real property contiguous to

Mr. CONNERY demanded that the vote be taken by the real property already owned by the Government."

yeas and nays, which demand was not supported by one The bill, as amended, was ordered to be read a third time,

fifth of the Members present, so the yeas and nays were

refused. and was read a third time by title.

The motion to recommit was not agreed to. Mr. CONNERY moved to recommit the bill to the Com

The question being taken viva voce, mittee on Labor, with instructions to that committee to re

Will the House pass said bill as amended? port the bill back to the House forthwith with the following

Mr. PATMAN demanded that the vote be taken by the amendment:

yeas and nays, which demand was not supported by one Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert:

fifth of the Members present, so the yeas and nays were That the President of the United States be, and he is refused. hereby, authorized to provide employment for those unem- The bill was then passed. ployed citizens of the United States, who voluntarily enroll A motion by Mr. RAMSPECK to reconsider the vote whereby for the purposes of this act, as nearly as possible in propor- said bill was passed was, on his motion and by unanimous tion to the unemployment existing in the several States; consent, laid on the table. such workers shall be enrolled for periods of sixty days Ordered, That the Clerk notify the Senate thereof and unless sooner discharged. Such workers shall be paid at a request the concurrence of the Senate in said amendments. rate of not less than $50 per month for single men without By unanimous consent, the bill H.R. 3905, a similar House dependents and at the rate of not less than $80 per month | bill, was laid on the table. for married men or men with dependents, and provided with On motion of Mr. RAMSPECK, by unanimous consent, all quarters, subsistence, clothing, medical attendance and hos- Members were granted five legislative days in which to expitalization, and transportation from and to their homes. tend their own remarks in the RECORD on the foregoing bill An allotment of not less than $50 per month of his pay shall

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE-SUPERVISION OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES be paid directly to the wife of a married man and such

The SPEAKER laid before the House the message from amount as the President may request shall be allotted from

the President, which was read, as follows: the pay of men who have dependents under such rules and regulations as the President may prescribe. Each worker | To the Congress: shall, at the time of enrollment, agree to abide by the provi

I recommend to the Congress legislation for Federal susions of this act and by all rules and regulations issued by pervision of traffic in investment securities in interstate comthe President of the United States hereunder, which shall

merce. not include any obligation to bear arms.

In spite of many State statutes the public in the past has

sustained severe losses through practices neither ethical nor Sec. 2. The provisions of chapter 15, title 5, United States Code, are hereby extended to such workers. In case of the honest on the part of many persons and corporations selling

securities. injury or death of such workers while employed the United

Of course, the Federal Government cannot and should not States Employees' Compensation Commission is hereby authorized to pay such benefits as are provided for in case

take any action which might be construed as approving or of the injury or death of a person working at his, or a simi- guaranteeing that newly issued securities are sound in the lar, trade in the classified service of the United States.

sense that their value will be maintained or that the prop

erties which they represent will earn profit. Sec. 3. That the President is hereby authorized under

There is, however, an obligation upon us to insist that such rules and regulations as he may prescribe and by

every issue of new securities to be sold in interstate comutilizing such existing departments or agencies as he may

merce shall be accompanied by full publicity and informadesignate, to provide for employing citizens of the United tion, and that no essentially important element attending States who are unemployed, in the construction, mainte- the issue shall be concealed from the buying public. nance, and carrying on of works of a public nature in con

This proposal adds to the ancient rule of caveat emptor, nection with the forestation of lands belonging to the United the further doctrine, “Let the seller also beware.” It puts States or to the several States which are suitable for timber

the burden of telling the whole truth on the seller. It should production, the prevention of forest fires, soil erosion, plant give impetus to honest dealing in securities and thereby pest and disease control, the construction, maintenance, or

bring back public confidence. repair of paths, trails, and fire lanes in the national parks

The purpose of the legislation I suggest is to protect the and national forests: Provided further, That the President public with the least possible interference to honest business. is herein authorized to enter into agreements with any of

This is but one step in our broad purpose of protecting the States for the carrying on of work on State forests simi- investors and depositors. It should be followed by legislalar to that authorized in this bill and may utilize the services tion relating to the better supervision of the purchase and of these workers for such work without cost to those States. sale of all property dealt in on exchanges, and by legislation

Sec. 4. That whenever in the administration of this act to correct unethical and unsafe practices on the part of offiit becomes necessary to secure the services of skilled artisans

cers and directors of banks and other corporations. or other expert employees, whether or not available among What we seek is a return to a clearer understanding of such workers, the President may authorize their employment the ancient truth that those who manage banks, corporaat wages paid for similar work in the classified service of tions, and other agencies handling or using other people's the United States.

money are trustees acting for others. Sec. 5. That to carry out the provisions of this act there

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. is hereby authorized to be expended under the direction of THE WHITE HOUSE, March 29, 1933.

The message, together with the accompanying papers, | ferred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of was referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign the Union. Commerce and ordered to be printed (H.Doc. No. 12).

Mr. RAYBURN: Committee on Interstate and Foreign INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE ON COMMERCE

Commerce. H.R. 4222. A bill to amend section 5 of the

Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, relating to the conThe SPEAKER laid before the House the following com

solidation and acquisition of control of carriers by railroad, munication, which was read:

and for other purposes; without amendment (Rept. No. 16). DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state Washington, March 27, 1933.

of the Union. The Honorable HENRY T. RAINEY,

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. H.R. 1718. A Speaker of the House of Representatives.

bill relating to the prescribing of medicinal liquors; without SIR: On January 4 of this year the Department trans- amendment (Rept. No. 17). Referred to the Committee of mitted to the Senate and to the House of Representatives the Whole House on the state of the Union. copies of a despatch from the American Embassy at Rome

Mr. SUMNERS of Texas: Committee on the Judiciary. and its enclosure, a letter from the Secretary General of H.R. 4220. A bill for the protection of Government records; the International Parliamentary Conference on Commerce with amendment (Rept. No. 18). Referred to the House extending an invitation to the Congress of the United States Calendar. to be represented at the eighteenth plenary assembly of the

Mr. BANKHEAD: Committee on Rules. House Resolution above-mentioned organization, which is to take place at 85. A resolution providing for the consideration of an Rome, beginning April 19, 1933. Inasmuch as no reply to amendment to S. 598, an act for the relief of unemployment this invitation was received from either Chamber of the through the performance of useful public work, and for Seventy-second Congress, copies of the previous correspond- other purposes; without amendment (Rept. No. 20). Reence are transmitted herewith in order that the present ferred to the House Calendar. Congress may consider whether or not it desires to be rep- Mr. SABATH: Committee on Rules. House Resolution 86. resented at the Conference in question.

A resolution providing for the consideration of S. 562, an act This matter is also being referred to the Vice President relating to the prescribing of medicinal liquors; without Very truly yours,

amendment (Rept. No. 21). Referred to the House CalCORDELL HULL.

endar. The communication, together with the accompanying

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS papers, was referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs

Under clause 2 of rule XIII, and ordered to be printed (H.Doc. No. 11).

Mr. WARREN: Committee on Accounts. House ResoluMEDICINAL LIQUOR

tion 68. Resolution to pay to Irene Nicholson Linder, Mr. SABATH, by direction of the Committee on Rules, mother of Heath Linder, 6 months' compensation and not under clause 45, rule XI, reported (Rept. No. 21) the fol- to exceed $250 funeral expenses (Rept. No. 14). Ordered to lowing resolution (H.Res. 86):

be printed. Resolved, That upon the adoption of this resolution it Mr. ROGERS of Oklahoma: Committee on Indian Affairs. shall be in order to move that the House resolve itself into H.R. 3853. A bill to authorize the Comptroller General to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union allow claim of district no. 13, Choctaw County, Okla., for for the consideration of S. 562, "An act relating to the pre- payment of tuition for Indian pupils; without amendment scribing of medicinal liquors.”

(Rept. No. 19). Referred to the Committee of the whole That after general debate, which shall be confined to the House. bill and shall continue not to exceed 1 hour, to be equally

PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS divided and controlled by the chairman and ranking minority Under clause 3 of rule XXII, public bills and resolutions members of the Committee on the Judiciary, the bill shall were introduced and severally referred as follows: be read for amendment under the 5-minute rule. At the

By Mr. McLEOD: A bill (H.R. 4311) to amend the act of conclusion of the reading of the bill for amendment the July 1, 1898, entitled "An act to establish a uniform system committee shall rise and report the bill to the House with of bankruptcy throughout the United States”, as amended; such amendments as may have been adopted, and the to the Committee on the Judiciary. previous question shall be considered as ordered on the By Mr. MARTIN of Massachusetts: A bill (H.R. 4312) to bill and the amendments thereto to final passage without in- amend the Revenue Act of 1932 by repealing section 605; to tervening motion except one motion to recommit.

the Committee on Ways and Means. Said resolution and report were referred to the House Also, a bill (H.R. 4313) to amend section 751 of the ReveCalendar and ordered to be printed.

nue Act of 1932; to the Committee on Ways and Means. ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION SIGNED

By Mr. RAYBURN: A bill (H.R. 4314) to provide for the Mr. PARSONS, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, furnishing of information and the supervision of traffic in reported that that committee had examined and found investment securities in interstate commerce; to the Comtruly enrolled a joint resolution of the House of the follow- mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. ing title, which was thereupon signed by the Speaker:

By Mr. SWANK: A bill (H.R. 4315) to provide for a pro

onstruction of H.J.Res. 121. Joint resolution to provide for the accept-gram of emergency relief and permanent ance of sums donated for the construction of a swimming public works; to the Committee on Labor. exercise tank for the use of the President.

By Mr. MAPES: A bill (H.R. 4316) to provide for the

taxation of incomes in the District of Columbia, and to LEAVE OF ABSENCE

repeal certain provisions of law relating to the taxation of By unanimous consent, leave of absence was granted to intangible personal property in the District of Columbia, and Mr. FITZGIBBONS, for 8 days.

for other purposes; to the Committee on the District of And then,

Columbia.
ADJOURNMENT

By Mr. KNUTE HILL: A bill (H.R. 4317) to authorize the On motion of Mr. RAMSPECK, at 6 o'clock and 31 minutes Secretary of War to grant a right of way to the Dallas p.m., the House adjourned.

Bridge Co.; to the Committee on Military Affairs.

By Mr. McSWAIN: A bill (H.R. 4318) to provide for the REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

common defense and welfare of the United States; to the Under clause 2 of rule XIII,

Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments. Mr. RAYBURN: Committee on Interstate and Foreign By Mr. WITHROW: A bill (H.R. 4319) to amend an act Commerce. H.R. 3754. A bill to amend sections 15a and entitled "An act defining butter, also imposing a tax upon 19a of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, and for and regulating the manufacture, sale, importation, and other purposes; without amendment (Rept. No. 15). Re- I exportation of oleomargarine ”, approved August 2, 1886, as amended, and for other purposes; to the Committee on By Mr. MONTAGUE: A bill (H.R. 4337) to amend the Agriculture.

Judicial Code by adding a new section to be numbered 274d; By Mr. MAPES: A bill (H.R. 4320) to require the registra- to the Committee on the Judiciary. tion of motor vehicles in the District of Columbia, to pre- Also, a bill (H.R. 4338) to provide that the heads of the scribe registration fees based upon the weight of such motor executive departments may occupy seats on the floor of the vehicles, and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Senate and the House of Representatives; to the Committee District of Columbia.

on Rules. Also, a bill (H.R. 4321) to increase the motor-vehicle fuel Also, a bill (H.R. 4339) to foster American industry, protax in the District of Columbia, and to provide for the better mote education, and facilitate pursuit of the avocation of administration thereof; to the Committee on the District of philately; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Columbia.

Roads. By Mr. McKEOWN: A bill (H.R. 4322) to require every By Mr. WITHROW: A bill (H.R. 4340) to provide that patentee, his assigns or legal representative, of any labor- any extension or expansion of the United States Military saving machine or device to obtain a license to use such Academy shall be made and located on the Government labor-saving machine or device, and for other purposes; to property at Camp McCoy, Wis.; to the Committee on Milithe Committee on Patents.

tary Affairs. By Mr. LOZIER: A bill (H.R. 4323) to provide for the By Mr. O'CONNELL: A bill (H.R. 4341) to increase limitasale of revenue stamps by the postmaster in each county tion of cost on Federal building at Wakefield, R.I.; to the seat in the United States; to the Committee on Ways and Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds. Means.

By Mr. MONTAGUE: A bill (H.R. 4342) to provide for the By Mrs. NORTON: A bill (H.R. 4324) to authorize the acquisition by the United States of the Studley estate where merger of the Georgetown Gaslight Co. with and into Wash

Patrick Henry was born; to the Committee on the Public ington Gas Light Co., and for other purposes; to the Com- Lands. mittee on the District of Columbia.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4343) authorizing and directing the By Mr. PEYSER: A bill (H.R. 4325) to provide a termi- Director of the Census to publish the names of the heads of nal aviation field at Governors Island, N.Y., and for other families as returned by each Federal census from 1800 to purposes; to the Committee on Military Affairs.

1840, inclusive; to the Committee on the Census. By Mr. GRANFIELD: A bill (H.R. 4326) providing that

By Mr. FREAR: A bill (H.R. 4344) to provide a tax on 100 percent of the annual gross receipts, including money

the transfers of estates of decedents; to the Committee on order fees, be credited for the annual classification of post the District of Columbia. offices; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads.

By Mr. KVALE: A bill (H.R. 4345) to extend the Federal By Mr. SABATH: A bill (H.R. 4327) to provide revenue

Corrupt Practices Act to primary election of Senators and from the short sales of shares of stock, grain, wheat, cotton,

Representatives; to the Committee on the Judiciary. or other allied agricultural commodities; to the Committee

Also, a bill (H.R. 4346) to provide for cooperation with on Ways and Means.

the Minnesota State Board of Control in the extension of By Mr. COCHRAN of Missouri: A bill (H.R. 4328) to amend the Federal Home Loan Bank Act to provide for the to the Committee on Indian Affairs.

the Minnesota State Sanatorium at Ah-Gwa-Ching, Minn.; making of loans by the banks to home owners; to the Com

Also, a bill (H.R. 4347) to prevent corrupt practices in mittee on Banking and Currency.

the nomination and election of President and Vice President Also, a bill (H.R. 4329) to provide for a 5-day week for

of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary. certain Government employees; to the Committee on the Civil Service.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4348) to assist by loans any person hold

ing an honorable discharge from the military forces of the Also, a bill (H.R. 4330) to provide for the use of the U.S.S. Olympia as a memorial to the men and women who

United States of America during the period of the World served the United States in the War with Spain; to the

War; to the Committee on Ways and Means.

By Mr. LEA of California: A bill (H.R. 4349) to withdraw
Committee on Naval Affairs.
Also, a bill (H.R. 4331) to regulate the construction of

certain public lands from settlement and entry; to the Com-
bridges over navigable waters of the United States, and for mittee on the Public Lands.
other purposes; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign

By Mr. KRAMER: A bill (H.R. 4350) to provide revenue Commerce.

by increasing taxes on certain nonintoxicating vinous By Mr. COCHRAN of Pennsylvania: A bill (H.R. 4332)

liquors; and to remove the limitation of the prohibition laws granting the consent of Congress to the Commonwealth of upon their manufacture, transportation, and sale in certain Pennsylvania to construct, maintain, and operate a free

cases; to prohibit the importation of vinous liquor not of highway bridge across the Allegheny River at a point near

domestic origin; and for other purposes; to the Committee the Forest-Venango county line, in Tionesta Township, and

on Ways and Means. in the county of Forest, and in the Commonwealth of

By Mr. KVALE: A bill (H.R. 4351) to extend the privileges Pennsylvania; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign

of compensation and hospitalization to certain American Commerce.

citizens; to the Committee on World War Veterans' LegisBy Mr. SMITH of Virginia: A bill (H.R. 4333) authorizing

lation. the restoration and occupation of the houses and grounds

Also, a bill (H.R. 4352) to amend sections 11 and 12 of known as Belvoir on the former Lord Fairfax estate upon Immigration Act of 1924, as amended; to the Committee on the Fort Humphreys Military Reservation in Fairfax County, Immigration and Naturalization. Va., appropriating $40,000 for such uses, and for other pur

Also, a bill (H.R. 4353) to abolish capital punishment in poses; to the Committee on Military Affairs.

the District of Columbia; to the Committee on the District By Mr. KNUTSON: A bill (H.R. 4334) to authorize the of Columbia. Reconstruction Finance Corporation to make loans to public- Also, a bill (H.R. 4354) to repeal section 2 of Public Act school districts to aid in the maintenance of public schools, No. 242, Sixty-fourth Congress, being an act making approand for other purposes; to the Committee on Banking and priations for the support of the Army, and approved August Currency.

29, 1916, and relating to the establishing of a Council of By Mrs. ROGERS of Massachusetts: A bill (H.R. 4335) National Defense; to the Committee on Military Affairs. authorizing the construction of a new hospital and diag- Also, a bill (H.R. 4355) to amend section 20 of the act of nostic center at Boston, Mass.; to the Committee on World June 10, 1922, as amended by the act of July 2, 1926; to the War Veterans' Legislation.

Committee on Military Affairs. By Mr. BEAM: A bill (H.R. 4336) to amend section 726 Also, a bill (H.R. 4356) to prevent the use of Federal of the Revenue Act of 1932 so as to decrease the stamp tax official patronage in elections and prohibit Federal officeon sales of produce for future delivery; to the Committee on holders from misuse of public trust for private and partisan Ways and Means.

ends; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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Also, a bill (H.R. 4357) to provide for the commemora- Also, resolution (H.Res. 84) to print as a House docution of the Battle of Birch Coulee, in the State of Min- ment the letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a nesota; to the Committee on Military Affairs.

report of the Chief of Engineers for the development of By Mr. MCCORMACK: A bill (H.R. 4358) to provide re- Tombigbee River and tributaries, Ala. and Miss., and the lief to home owners, and for other purposes; to the Com- Warrior River and tributaries, Ala.; to the Committee on mittee on Banking and Currency.

Printing. By Mr. MILLARD: A bill (H.R. 4359) to amend the law By Mr. SABATH: Resolution (H.Res. 86) providing for relating to the naturalization of children of naturalized the consideration of S. 562, an act relating to the prescribcitizens; to the Committee on Immigration and Naturali- ing of medicinal liquors; to the Committee on Rules. zation.

By Mr. HOIDALE: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 124) to proBy Mr. GRANFIELD: A bill (H.R. 4360) providing for a vide for the determination and payment of claims for damregular and fixed annual salary for substitute employees in age sustained by the fluctuation of the water levels of the the United States Postal Service; to the Committee on the Lake of the Woods in certain cases, and for other purposes; Civil Service.

to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Mr. DEEN: A bill (H.R. 4361) to provide for delivery By Mr. FREAR: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 125) proposof mail matter under contract in lieu of delivery by city, ing an amendment of section 8, article I, of the Constituvillage, and rural carriers; to the Committee on the Post tion; to the Committee on the Judiciary. Office and Post Roads.

By Mr. WITHROW: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 126) diBy Mr. TRAEGER: A bill (H.R. 4362) to extend the recting the Federal Trade Commission to investigate and specially meritorious medal to certain officers and men of report to the Senate the causes for the high prices of agrithe Navy and Marine Corps who served during the World cultural implements and machinery; to the Committee on War; to the Committee on Naval Affairs.

Interstate and Foreign Commerce. By Mr. McSWAIN: A bill (H.R. 4363) to promote the na- By Mr. FREAR: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 127) authortional defense; to the Committee on Military Affairs.

izing the President to call a conference of foreign governBy Mr. BUSBY: A bill (H.R. 4364) to provide for the issu- ments; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. ance of United States bond to be used as security for the By Mr. COCHRAN of Missouri: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. issuance of Federal reserve notes and to provide for the use 128) to reduce the appropriations made to the public-debt of such notes; to the Committee on Ways and Means.

sinking fund for a period of 3 years; to the Committee on By Mr. KELLER: A bill (H.R. 4365) to prevent panics and Ways and Means. their resulting depressions, and for other purposes; to the By Mr. SABATH: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 129) authorCommittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

izing the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal By Mr. JOHNSON of Oklahoma: A bill (H.R. 4366) to Trade Commission to secure and compile information showimpose a tax on sales of stock on stock exchanges, and for ing the salaries, fees, and bonuses paid to the presidents, other purposes; to the Committee on Ways and Means. officers, and directors of large corporations; to the Com

By Mr. HOEPPEL: A bill (H.R. 4367) to amend the act mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. of April 27, 1916, establishing the Army and Navy medal of By Mrs. ROGERS of Massachusetts: Joint resolution honor roll; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

(H.J.Res. '130) to provide for teaching the Florence Barnard By Mr. LANZETTA: A bill (H.R. 4368) to clarify the plan in the public-school system of the District of Columbia; status of citizens who derived naturalization from parent or to the Committee on the District of Columbia. husband, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Also, joint resolution (H.J.Res. 131) to authorize the ComImmigration and Naturalization.

missioner of Education to make a study of the Florence By Mr. SABATH: A bill (H.R. 4369) to prohibit communi- Barnard plan of time and money management and to make cation of false information with respect to securities in cer- the results of such study available to the schools and the tain cases; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

people of the United States; to the Committee on Education. By Mr. CELLER: Resolution (H.Res. 77) providing for the By Mr. MORAN: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 132) to proconsideration of an act relating to medicinal liquor; to the vide for the use of granite and/or marble in the erection of Committee on Rules.

certain memorial and public buildings; to the Committee on By Mr. KVALE: Resolution (H.Res. 78) to provide for an Public Buildings and Grounds. investigation with respect to permitting certain national

By Mr. SCRUGHAM: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 133) probanking associations to establish branch banks in the State viding for the application of State laws within the Boulder of Minnesota; to the Committee on Rules.

Canyon project Federal reservation; to the Committee on Also, resolution (H.Res. 79) to request the Secretary of Irrigation and Reclamation. the Treasury to advise the House of Representatives on what By Mr. ADAMS: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 134) authorizauthority certain national banking associations are permit- ing the issuance of a special postage stamp in honor of Brig. ted to establish branch banks in the State of Minnesota; to Gen. Thaddeus Kosciusko; to the Committee on the Post the Committee on Banking and Currency.

Office and Post Roads. By Mr. SIROVICH: Resolution (H.Res. 80) for the inves

By Mr. JONES: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 135) to amend tigation of financial operative and business irregularities and section 2 of the act approved February 4, 1933, to provide for illegal actions by interests inside and outside the motion and loans to farmers for crop production and harvesting during sonant pictures industry; to the Committee on Rules.

the year 1933, and for other purposes; to the Committee on By Mr. MANSFIELD: Resolution (H.Res. 81) to print as

Agriculture. a House document the letter from the Secretary of War

By Mr. LEA of California: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 136) transmitting a report of the Chief of Engineers for the proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United development of the White River, Mo. and Ark.; to the Com-dent; to the Committee on Election of President, Vice Presi

States providing for the election of President and Vice Presimittee on Printing.

Also, resolution (H.Res. 82) to print as a House docu- dent, and Representatives in Congress. ment the letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a

MEMORIALS report of the Chief of Engineers for the development of the Under clause 3 of rule XXII, memorials were presented Potomac River, its tributaries, including Occoquan Creek; and referred as follows: to the Committee on Printing.

Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin, Also, resolution (H.Res. 83) to print as a House docu- memorializing Congress relative to agricultural relief; to the ment the letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a Committee on Agriculture. report of the Chief of Engineers for the development of the Memorial of the Legislature of the State of California, Columbia River and minor tributaries; to the Committee memorializing Congress for a belated recognition of the on Printing.

people of the United States of the services rendered the Nation by volunteers who fought in the War with Spain, the Also, a bill (H.R. 4392) for the relief of the Tevis Motor Philippine insurrection, and the China relief expedition; to Co.; to the Committee on Claims. the Committee on Military Affairs.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4393) for the relief of the United States Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Oregon, me- Bank of St. Louis, Mo.; to the Committee on Claims. morializing Congress to amend the Reconstruction Finance Also, a bill (H.R. 4394) for the relief of Arthur H. LorenCorporation Act to authorize the Reconstruction Finance zen; to the Committee on Claims. Corporation to loan moneys to boards, commissions, and Also, a bill (H.R. 4395) for the relief of General Waredepartments of the several States, and the municipal cor- housing Co.; to the Committee on Claims. porations thereof, for the relief of trust, sinking, and other Also, a bill (H.R. 4396) for the relief of Capt. W. B. funds; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

Finney; to the Committee on War Claims. Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Oregon, me- Also, a bill (H.R. 4397) for the relief of John Costigan; to morializing Congress to authorize an appropriation for Fed- the Committee on Military Affairs. eral aid in highway construction; to the Committee on Also, a bill (H.R. 4398) conferring jurisdiction upon the Roads.

Court of Claims of the United States to hear, consider, and Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Oregon, me- render judgment on the claims of Edward F. Goltra against morializing Congress to enact Senate bill 5263 of the Sev- the United States arising out of the taking of certain vessels enty-second Congress; to the Committee on Banking and and unloading apparatus; to the Committee on the JudiCurrency.

ciary. Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Oregon, me- By Mr. COLLINS of Mississippi: A bill (H.R. 4399) to morializing Congress to enact Senate bills 5417 and 5471; refund to the Mississippi Fibre Co. income taxes erroneously to the Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation.

and illegally collected; to the Committee on Claims. PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

By Mr. CONDON: A bill (H.R. 4400) to authorize the payUnder clause 1 of rule XXII, private bills and resolutions

ment of the sum of $2,500 to the dependents of the officers were introduced and severally referred as follows:

and men who lost their lives on the submarine S-4,; to the By Mr. AUF DER HEIDE: A bill (H.R. 4370) for the re

Committee on Naval Affairs. lief of George Patterson; to the Committee on Military

By Mr. CUMMINGS: A bill (H.R. 4401) granting a penAffairs.

sion to Kate White; to the Committee on Pensions. By Mr. BECK: A bill (H.R. 4371) for the relief of Jacob

By Mr. EDMONDS: A bill (H.R. 4402) for the relief of Steinberg, Bella Steinberg, Herman Steinberg, and Harry Joseph M. McAleer; to the Committee on Military Affairs. Steinberg; to the Committee on Claims.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4403) to authorize Ensign Howard F. By Mr. BOEHNE: A bill (H.R. 4372) granting an in- Hozey, United States Naval Reserve, to accept certain decoracrease of pension to Maria Heilman; to the Committee on

tions from the British Government; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Foreign Affairs. Also, a bill (H.R. 4373) for the relief of Martin E. Crowe;

By Mr. ELTSE of California: A bill (H.R. 4404) for the to the Committee on Military Affairs.

relief of E. M. Elliott, of Berkeley, Calif.; to the Committee Also, a bill (H.R. 4374) granting an increase of pension to

on Claims. Kate Harris; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

By Mr. FISH: A bill (H.R. 4405) authorizing the SecreAlso, a bill (H.R. 4375) granting an increase of pension to tary of War, under the direction of the President, to order Martha Brown; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Joseph E. Myers, major, United States Army, retired, before Also, a bill (H.R. 4376) granting an increase of pension to

a retiring board for a rehearing of his case, and upon the Mary Buchanan; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

findings of such board either confirm his retirement under Also, a bill (H.R. 4377) granting an increase of pension to

the provisions of section 24-b, act of Congress of June 4, Amanda A. Sibrel; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

1920, or place him on the retired list, as provided by section Also, a bill (H.R. 4378) granting an increase of pension to

1251 of the Revised Statutes, for disability incurred in line Eunice T. Brown; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

of duty; to the Committee on Military Affairs. Also, a bill (H.R. 4379) granting an increase of pension to

By Mr. FLETCHER: A bill (H.R. 4406) granting a penNancy A. Clark; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

sion to Fannie Spigle; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. Also, a bill (H.R. 4380) granting an increase of pension to

Also, a bill (H.R. 4407) for the relief of George E. Moody; Eudora Kightly; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

to the Committee on Claims. Also, a bill (H.R. 4381) granting an increase of pension to

By Mr. HIGGINS: A bill (H.R. 4408) for the relief of Susan A. Rice; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

James J. Smith; to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Also, a bill (H.R. 4382) granting a pension to Sallie Hutch

By Mr. HOPE: A bill (H.R. 4409) granting a pension to ens; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Ella Burlingham; to the Committee on Pensions. Also, a bill (H.R. 4383) granting a pension to Josie Siessly;

By Mr. HUDDLESTON: A bill (H.R. 4410) granting a to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

pension to Alice R. Zell; to the Committee on Pensions. Also, a bill (H.R. 4384) granting an increase of pension to

Also, a bill (H.R. 4411) granting a pension to Catherine I. Wilhelmina Tonnemacher; to the Committee on Invalid Thomas; to the Committee on Pensions. Pensions.

By Mr. JENKINS: A bill (H.R. 4412) granting an increase Also, a bill (H.R. 4385) granting an increase of pension to of pension to Violet S. Woodward; to the Committee on InRebecca Berry; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

valid Pensions. By Mr. BROOKS: A bill (H.R. 4386) granting an increase Also, a bill (H.R. 4413) granting an increase of pension to of pension to Leah Jones; to the Committee on Invalid Pen-Frank Butcher; to the Committee on Pensions. sions.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4414) granting an increase of pension to By Mr. CHRISTIANSON: A bill (H.R. 4387) for the relief Sophie M. Swigert; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. of Mary A. Rockwell; to the Committee on Claims.

By Mrs. KAHN: A bill (H.R. 4415) to authorize the presBy Mr. CHURCH: A bill (H.R. 4388) for the relief of entation to Robert A. Roos of a Distinguished Service Medal; John H. D. Wherland, alias Henry Lowell; to the Committee

to the Committee on Military Affairs. on Military Affairs.

By Mr. KVALE: A bill (H.R. 4416) for the relief of Charles By Mr. COCHRAN of Missouri: A bill (H.R. 4389) for the Forsman; to the Committee on War Claims. relief of Sylvester T. Moriarty; to the Committee on Naval Also, a bill (H.R. 4417) for the relief of Maurice Phillips; Affairs.

to the Committee on War Claims. Also, a bill (H.R. 4390) to extend the benefits of the United Also, a bill (H.R. 4418) for the relief of William E. CrawStates Employees' Compensation Act to R. W. Dickerson; to ford; to the Committee on Military Affairs. the Committee on Claims.

Also, a bill (H.R. 4419) for the relief of Arthur W. DeAlso, a bill (H.R. 4391) for the relief of Julian Simon, Ira frate; to the Committee on Military Affairs. Simon, and Herbert Simon, doing business as J. Simon & Also, a bill (H.R. 4420) for the relief of Dalton Grain & Sons; to the Committee on Claims.

Lumber Co.; to the Committee on Claims.

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