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Will the House recommit said bill?

(Yeas_

109 It was decided in the negative,

Nays.-

263 The yeas and nays being demanded and ordered by one fifth of the Members present,

(Roll No. 18) Those voting in the affirmativeAndrew, Mass. Ditter

Lambertson Rich Andrews, N.Y. Dondero

Lambeth

Rogers, Mass.
Arnold
Doutrich
Lanham

Sanders
Ayres, Kans. Doxey

Lehlbach

Seger
Bacon
Eaton
Luce

Shallenberger
Bailey
Edmonds
Ludlow

Simpson
Bakewell
Ellzey, Miss. McFadden

Snell
Beedy
Eltse, Calif. McGugin

Stalker
Blanchard Englebright McLean

Strong, Pa.
Boehne
Evans
McLeod

Sumners, Tex.
Bolton
Focht
McMillan

Taber
Britten
Foss
Marshall

Taylor, Tenn.
Burnham
Gibson

Martin, Mass. Tinkham
Busby
Goodwin
May

Tobey
Carter, Calif. Goss

Merritt

Traeger Carter, Wyo. Griswold

Millard

Treadway
Cavicchia
Guyer

Morehead Turpin
Chase

Hancock, N.Y. Moynihan Waldron Christianson Hartley

Parker, Ga. Watson Clarke, N.Y. Hess

Parker, N.Y. Whitley Cochran, Pa. Higgins

Perkins

Wigglesworth Collins, Calif. Hollister

Pettengill

Wolcott
Colmer
Holmes
Powers

Wolfenden
Connolly
Hope
Ragon

Wolverton
Cooper, Ohio
Jenkins
Ransley

Woodruff
Crowther
Kahn

Rayburn
Culkin
Kinzer

Reece
Darrow
Kurtz

Reed, N.Y.
Those voting in the negative-
Abernethy Dobbins

Kenney

Reilly
Adair
Dockweiler Kerr

Richards
Adams
Doughton
Kloeb

Robertson
Allgood
Dowell
Kniffin

Robinson
Arens
Drewry
Knutson

Rogers, N.H.
Ayers, Mont. Driver

Kocialkowski Rogers, Okla.
Beam
Duffey
Kramer

Romjue
Beiter
Duncan, Mo. Kvale

Rudd
Berlin
Dunn
Lamneck

Ruffin
Biermann Durgan, Ind. Larrabee

Sadowski
Black
Eagle
Lea, Calif.

Sandlin
Bland
Eicher
Lee, Mo.

Schaefer
Blanton
Faddis
Lemke

Schuetz
Bloom
Farley
Lesinski

Schulte
Boileau

Fernandez Lewis, Colo. Sears
Boland

Fitzgibbons Lewis, Md. Secrest
Boylan
Fletcher
Lloyd

Shoemaker
Brennan
Ford
Lozier

Sinclair
Briggs
Foulkes
Lundeen

Smith, Va.
Brown, Ky. Frear

McCarthy

Smith, Wash. Brown, Mich. Fuller

McClintic

Smith, W.Va.
Browning
Fulmer

McCormack Snyder
Brunner
Gasque
McDuffe

Somers, N.Y.
Buck
Gavagan

McFarlane Spence
Bulwinkle Gilchrist

McGrath

Steagall
Burch
Gillespie
McKeown

Strong, Tex.
Burke, Calif. Gillette

McReynolds Stubbs Burke, Nebr. Glover

McSwain

Studley
Byrns
Goldsborough Major

Sullivan
Cady
Granfield

Maloney, Conn. Sutphin
Caldwell
Gray

Maloney, La. Swank
Cannon, Mo. Green

Mansfield Sweeney
Carden
Greenwood Mapes

Tarver
Carley
Gregory
Marland

Taylor, Colo.
Carpenter, Kans. Griffin

Martin, Colo. Taylor, S.C. Carpenter, Nebr. Haines

Mead

Thom
Cary
Hamilton
Meeks

Thomason, Tex.
Castellow
Hancock, N.C. Milligan

Thompson, Ill.
Chapman
Harlan
Mitchell

Thurston
Church
Hart

Monaghan Truax
Clark, N.C. Hastings

Montet

Turner Cochran, Mo. Healey

Moran

Umstead
Coffin
Henney
Mott

Utterback
Colden

Hildebrandt Muldowney Vinson, Ga.
Cole
HIII, Ala.
Murdock

Vinson, Ky.
Collins, Miss. Hill, Knute Musselwhite Wallgren
Condon
Hill, Sam B. Nesbit

Walter
Connery
Hoeppel
Norton

Wearin
Cooper, Tenn. Hoidale

O'Brien

Weaver
Cox
Hooper
O'Connell

Weideman
Cravens
Howard
O'Connor

Welch
Crosby
Hughes
O'Malley

Werner
Cross
Jacobsen
Oliver, Ala.

West
Crosser
James

Oliver, N.Y. White
Crowe
Jeffers
Owen

Whittington
Crump
Jenckes
Palmisano

Wilcox
Cullen
Johnson, Minn. Parks

Willford
Cummings Johnson, Okla. Parsons

Williams
Deen
Johnson, Tex. Patman

Wilson
Delaney
Johnson, W.Va. Peavey

Withrow
DeRouen
Jones
Peyser

Wood, Ga.
Dickinson
Kee
Polk

Wood, Mo.
Dies
Keller
Prall

Woodrum
Dingell
Kelly, Ii.

Ramspeck Young
Dirksen
Kelly, Pa.

Randolph Zioncheck
Disney
Kemp

Rankin

So, the motion to recommit was not agreed to.
The question then being put,
Will the House pass said bill?

Yeas

331 It was decided in the affirmative, (Nays

42 The yeas and nays being demanded and ordered by one fifth of the Members present.

[Roll No. 19) Those voting in the affirmativeAbernethy Ditter

Kemp

Rankin
Adair
Dobbins
Kenney

Ransley
Adams
Dockweiler Kerr

Rayburn
Allgood
Dondero
Kinzer

Reece
Andrews, N.Y. Doughton

Kloeb

Reilly
Arens
Doutrich
Kniffin

Richards
Arnold
Dowell
Knutson

Robertson
Ayers, Mont. Drewry

Kocialkowski Robinson
Ayres, Kans. Driver

Kopplemann Rogers, N.H.
Beam
Duffey
Kramer

Rogers, Okla.
Beiter
Duncan, Mo. Kurtz

Romjue
Berlin
Dunn
Kvale

Rudd
Biermann

Durgan, Ind. Lambertson Ruffin
Black
Eagle
Lambeth

Sadowski
Blanchard
Eaton
Lamneck

Sanders
Bland
Edmonds
Larrabee

Sandlin
Blanton
Eicher

Lea, Calif. Schaefer
Bloom
Eltse, Calif. Lee, Mo.

Schuetz
Boehne
Englebright Lehlbach

Schulte
Boileau
Evans
Lemke

Scrugham
Boland
Faddis
Lesinski

Sears
Boylan
Farley

Lewis, Colo. Secrest
Brennan

Fernandez Lewis, Md. Seger
Briggs
Fitzgibbons Lloyd

Shoemaker
Britten
Fletcher
Lozier

Sinclair
Brown, Ky. Focht

Ludlow

Sirovich Brown, Mich. Ford

Lundeen

Smith, Va.
Browning
Foss
McCarthy

Smith, Wash.
Brunner
Foulkes
McClintic

Smith, W.Va.
Buchanan
Frear

McCormack Snyder
Buck
Fuller
McDuffie

Somers, N.Y.
Bulwinkle
Fulmer

McFadden Spence
Burch
Gasque

McFarlane Steagall
Burke, Calif. Gavagan

McGrath

Strong, Pa. Burke, Nebr. Gibson

McGugin

Strong, Tex.
Byrns
Gilchrist
McKeown

Stubbs
Caldwell
Gillespie
McLean

Studley
Cannon, Mo. Gillette

McLeod

Sullivan
Carden
Glover

McReynolds Sutphin
Carley

Goldsborough Maloney, Conn. Swank Carpenter, Kans. Granfield

Maloney, La. Sweeney Carpenter, Nebr. Gray

Mansfield

Tarver Carter, Calif. Green

Mapes

Taylor, Colo.
Carter, Wyo. Greenwood Marland

Taylor, S.C.
Cary
Gregory
Marshall

Taylor, Tenn.
Castellow
Griffin

Martin, Colo. Thom
Cavicchia
Griswold
May

Thomason, Tex.
Chapman
Guyer
Mead

Thompson, ni. Christianson Haines

Meeks

Thurston
Church
Hamilton
Milligan

Tobey
Clark, N.C. Hancock, N.C. Mitchell

Traeger Cochran, Mo. Harlan

Monaghan

Truax
Cochran, Pa.
Hart
Montet

Turner
Coffin
Hartley
Moran

Turpin
Colden
Hastings
Mott

Umstead
Cole
Healey
Muldowney

Utterback
Collins, Calif. Henney

Murdock

Vinson, Ga.
Collins, Miss. Hess

Musselwhite Vinson, Ky.
Colmer
Hildebrandt Nesbit

Wallgren
Condon
Hill, Ala
Norton

Walter
Connery
Hill, Knute O'Brien

Wearin
Connolly
Hill, Sam B. O'Connell

Weaver
Cooper, Ohio Hoeppel

O'Connor

Weideman Cooper, Tenn. Hoidale

O'Malley

Welch
Cravens
Holmes

Oliver, Ala. Werner
Crosby
Hooper

Oliver, N.Y. West
Cross
Hope
Owen

White
Crosser
Howard

Palmisano Whitley
Crowe
Hughes
Parks

Wilcox
Crowther
Jacobsen
Parsons

Willford
Crump
James
Patman

Williams
Culkin
Jeffers
Peavey

Wilson
Cullen
Jenckes
Perkins

Withrow
Cummings Jenkins

Pettengill Wolcott
Darrow
Johnson, Minn, Peyser

Wolfenden
Deen
Johnson, Okla. Pierce

Wolverton
Delaney
Johnson, Tex. Polk

Wood, Ga.
DeRouen
Johnson, W.Va. Powers

Wood, Mo.
Dickinson
Kahn
Prall

Woodruff
Dies
Kee
Ragon

Woodrum
Dingell
Keller
Ramsay

Young
Dirksen
Kelly, III

Ramspeck Zloncheck
Disney
Kelly, Pa.

Randolph
Those voting in the negative-
Andrew, Mass. Busby

Goss

Martin, Mass.
Bacon
Chase

Hancock, N.Y. Merritt
Bailey
Clarke, N.Y. Higgins

Millard
Bakewell
Cox
Hollister

Morehead
Beedy
Doxey
Jones

Moynihan
Bolton
Ellzey, Miss. Lanham

Parker, Ga.
Burnham Goodwin

Luce

Parker, N.Y.

Snell
Stalker

Watson

AKRON

DISASTER

Reed, N.Y. Simpson

Taber

Whittington labor, and for other purposes ”, approved July 10, 1918 Rich

Tinkham
Wigglesworth

(sec. 794, title 18, U.S.C.); to the Committee on the Judiciary. Rogers, Mass.

Treadway Shallenberger Sumners, Tex.

By Mr. DUNN: A bill (H.R. 5154) to establish a Banking

Commission for the purpose of protecting all moneys deposSo, the bill was passed.

A motion by Mr. STEAGALL to reconsider the vote whereby ited in the banks of the United States and its possessions; to said bill was passed was, on his motion and by unanimous the Committee on Banking and Currency.

By Mr. ALMON A bill (H.R. 5155) to amend the act consent, laid on the table. Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the entitled “An act to provide that the United States shall

aid the States in the construction of rural post roads, and Senate in said bill.

for other purposes ”, approved July 11, 1916, as amended and On motion of Mr. STEAGALL, by unanimous consent, all supplemented, and for other purposes; to the Committee on

Roads. Members were granted 5 legislative days in which to extend

By Mr. WHITLEY: A bill (H.R. 5156) to amend the act their own remarks in the Record on the foregoing bill.

relating to the filing of judgments of Federal courts; to the INVESTIGATION OF

Committee on the Judiciary. The SPEAKER, pursuant to House Concurrent Resolution By Mr. KELLY of Pennsylvania: A bill (H.R. 5157) to 15, announced the appointment of Mr. DELANEY, Mr. Mc- authorize appropriations for emergency highway construcSWAIN, Mr. HARTER, Mr. ANDREW of Massachusetts, and Mr. tion with a view to increasing employment, and for other HOPE members on the part of the House of the Joint Com- purposes; to the Committee on Roads. mittee to Investigate the Akron Disaster.

By Mr. RANKIN: A bill (H.R. 5158) providing for the SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION REFERRED

exercise of power conferred by section 8 of article I of the

Constitution, to coin money and to regulate the value thereof; A joint resolution of the Senate of the following title was taken from the Speaker's table and under the rule referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

By Mr. EAGLE: A bill (H.R. 5159) to provide for reguas follows: S.J.Res. 13. Joint resolution authorizing the Attorney Gen- tional debt; to raise the price level of commodities, and for

lated expansion of currency and credit, to reduce the naeral, with the concurrence of the Secretary of the Navy, to other purposes; to the Commi ee on Banking and Currency. release claims of the United States upon certain assets of the Pan American Petroleum Co. and the Richfield Oil Co. the value of money in accordance with paragraph 5, section

By Mr. GOLDSBOROUGH: A bill (H.R. 5160) to regulate of California and others in connection with collections upon a certain judgment in favor of the United States against the 8, article I, of the Constitution of the United States; to reesPan American Petroleum Co. heretofore duly entered; to the and stabilization, and for other purposes; to the Committee

tablish the gold standard, to provide for its maintenance Committee on the Public Lands.

on Banking and Currency. LEAVE OF ABSENCE

By Mr. DIES: Resolution (H.Res. 114) authorizing the inBy unanimous consent, leave of absence was granted- vestigation of lobbying activities; to the Committee on Rules. To Mr. CELLER, indefinitely;

By Mr. BRENNAN: Resolution (H.Res. 115) to investigate To Mr. CLAIBORNE, for 2 days;

unfair methods of competition in the cement industry; to To Mr. DARDEN, for 3 days; and

the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. To Mr. PETERSON, for 1 week.

By Mr. SHOEMAKER: Resolution (H.Res. 116) authorizAnd then,

ing the investigation of the unlawful and secret plottings of ADJOURNMENT

the several revolutionary organizations or individuals who On motion of Mr. STEAGALL, at 5 o'clock and 55 minutes are now enjoying the asylum and sanctuary of the Governp.m., the House adjourned.

ment of the United States; to the Committee on Rules. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

By Mr. SNYDER: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 160) proposUnder clause 2 of rule XIII,

ing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States Mr. O'CONNOR: Committee on Rules. House Resolution authorizing Congress to restrict the income derived from 111. Resolution providing for the consideration of H.R. capital; to the Committee on the Judiciary. without amendment (Rept. No. 50). Referred to the

By Mr. O'MALLEY: Joint resolution (H.J.Res. 161) pro508 House Calendar.

posing an amendment to the Income Tax Act of 1932 providMr. O'CONNOR: Committee on Rules. House Resolution ing for an emergency surtax of 50 percent on the net income 112. Resolution providing for the consideration of House viduals, partnerships, or manufacturers; to the Committee

of all foreign subsidiaries of American corporations, indiJoint Resolution 157; without amendment (Rept. No. 51). Referred to the House Calendar.

on Ways and Means.

MEMORIALS Under clause 2 of rule XXII, committees were discharged

Under clause 3 of rule XXII, memorials were presented from the consideration of the following bills, which were and referred as follows: referred as follows:

By the SPEAKER: Memorial of the Legislature of the A bill (H.R. 5124) granting a pension to Mary Tompkins; State of Michigan, memorializing Congress to pass Senate Committee on Pensions discharged, and referred to the Com- bill no. 1197, known as the “Frazier bill ”, providing that mittee on Invalid Pensions.

existing farm indebtedness shall be refinanced by the GovA bill (H.R. 4507) for the relief of Bogustas De Kartowski; ernment of the United States; to the Committee on AgriculCommittee on Invalid Pensions discharged, and referred to

ture. the Committee on Pensions.

By the SPEAKER: Memorial of the Legislature of the

State of Minnesota, memorializing Congress that approPUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

priate action be taken to place in the hands of a judicial Under clause 3 of rule XXII, public bills and resolutions tribunal the determination of damages suffered by owners were introduced and severally referred as follows: By Mr. DARDEN: A bill (H.R. 5152) granting the consentize the Department of Justice to compromise and adjust the

of property bordering the Lake of the Woods, and to authorof Congress to the State Highway Commission of Virginia valid claims arising out of the fluctuation of the level of to replace and maintain a bridge across Northwest River in said lake; to the Committee on Claims. Norfolk County, Va., on State Highway Route 27; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS By Hr. TARVER: A bill (H.R. 5153) to amend an act Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private bills and resolutions entitled "An act to equip the United States Penitentiary, were introduced and severally referred as follows: Atlanta, Ga., for the manufacture of supplies for the use of By Mr. BLOOM: A bill (H.R. 5161) for the relief of the Government, for the compensation of prisoners for their 'Wiener Bank Verein; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

CHANGE OF REFERENCE

By Mr. CONNERY: A bill (H.R. 5162) granting a pension of the Shipstead agricultural bill; to the Committee on to Mary A. Weisse; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. Agriculture.

By Mr. DEEN: A bill (H.R. 5163) for the relief of Calvin 627. Also, resolution from the Little Falls Township United M. Head; to the Committee on Claims.

of the Morrison County (Minnesota) Farm Bureau AssociaBy Mr. WILCOX: A bill (H.R. 5164) for the relief of tion, for the continuation of farm agents; to the Committee William A. Somerville; to the Committee on Claims.

on Agriculture. By Mr. IMHOFF: A bill (H.R. 5165) granting a pension to 628. By Mr. KVALE: Petition of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Emma Moore; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Post No. 1562, Faribault, Minn., favoring parity of naval By Mr. KRAMER: A bill (H.R. 5166) granting a pension armaments of the United States with other countries; to to Charlotte M. Spalding; to the Committee on Invalid Pen- the Committee on Naval Affairs. sions.

629. Also, petition of Raymond Dewane, of Morris, Minn., By Mr. KVALE: A bill (H.R. 5167) for the relief of favoring revaluation of the gold ounce; to the Committee on Francis H. Bellew; to the Committee on Claims.

Coinage, Weights, and Measures. By Mr. POLK: A bill (H.R. 5168) granting a pension to 630. By Mr. LINDSAY: Petition of the Associated CooperAnnie Stouder; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. age Industries of America, St. Louis, Mo., opposing the

By Mr. SMITH of Washington: bill (H.R. 5169) grant- | 30-hour week bill in the cooperage industry; to the Coming a pension to Adam Johnson; to the Committee on Pen- | mittee on Labor. sions.

631. By Mr. MAPES: Petition of Grand Rapids League of By Mr. STALKER: A bill (H.R. 5170) for the relief of the Catholic Women, Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. E. J. Marin, American-LaFrance & Foamite Corporation of New York; | chairman of legislation, protesting against the equal-rights to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

amendment; to the Committee on the Judiciary. PETITIONS, ETC.

632. By Mr. O'MALLEY: Memorial of the Legislature of Under clause 1 of rule XXII, petitions and papers were

the State of Wisconsin, urging the Congress of the United laid on the Clerk's desk and referred as follows:

States to enact legislation requiring all shipments of coal 616. By Mr. CULLEN: Petition of United Irish Societies in interstate commerce to be accompanied by a sworn stateof Brooklyn, N.Y., urging the passage of Senator BLACK's ment of the shipper, specifying the percentage of the inmeasure regulating the working hours of railroad employees; gredients and other qualities of the coal which affect its to the Committee on Labor.

heating value, including the British thermal units per pound 617. Also, petition of the American Manufacturers Export when the coal is dry, the percentage of ash when the coal is Association, urging the immediate negotiation of reciprocal dry, the percentage of sulphur when the coal is dry, and tariffs by the United States Government with other national the volatile matter in the coal; to the Committee on Intergovernments, looking toward the freer interchange of com

state and Foreign Commerce. modities mutually advantageous; to the Committee on Ways Wisconsin, urging the Congress of the United States to take

633. Also, memorial of the Legislature of the State of and Means.

618. Also, petition of Typographical Union, No. 6, of New prompt and favorable action on the farm relief bill which York City, endorsing the bill introduced by Senator BLACK;

has been presented to the Congress by President Roosevelt; however, they emphatically protest against the inclusion in to the Committee on Agriculture. the bill of the amendment whereby the newspaper and peri

634. Also, memorial of the Legislature of the State of odical industry is excluded from the provisions of the bill; Wisconsin, urging the Congress of the United States to proto the Committee on Labor.

vide the necessary machinery and credit to make possible 619. By Mr. GIBSON: Petition of Burlington Post, No. 2, loans to the financial institutions having frozen assets upon American Legion, department of Vermont, opposing removal satisfactory collateral; to the Committee on Banking and of the regional office of the Veterans' Administration at Currency. Burlington, Vt.; to the Committee on World War Veterans'

635. Also, memorial of the Legislature of the State of Legislation.

Wisconsin, urging the Postmaster General to issue a series 620. Also, petition of American Legion, Department of of special stamps in commemoration of the three hundredth Vermont, pledging its support of the national commander of anniversary of the white man's discovery of Wisconsin; to the American Legion; to the Committee on World War the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Veterans' Legislation.

636. By Mr. RUDD: Petition of the Associated Cooperage 621. By Mr. HOWARD: Resolution adopted by the Ne- Industries of America, opposing the passage of the 30-hour braska Senate, memorializing the Secretary of Agriculture work week; to the Committee on Labor. of the United States concerning “call money” for the 637. By Mr. SMITH of West Virginia: Memorial of the packers; to the Committee on Agriculture.

Legislature of the State of West Virginia, memorializing 622. By Mr. IMHOFF: Petition of Mrs. W. A. Bricker, Congress to pass such legislation as will permit the Federal Anna H. McCalla, Essie Dyke, and 97 others of Middleton Government to acquire lands on headwaters of Ohio and Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, asking Congress for Potomac Rivers for the purpose of flood control; to the an appropriation for the purchase of wheat to be made into Committee on Flood Control. flour and distributed to the needy through the medium of 638. Also, memorial of the Legislature of the State of the American Red Cross; to the Committee on Appropria- West Virginia, relating to the allocation of Federal relief tions.

funds appropriated under the Federal Reforestation and 623. By Mr. JOHNSON of Minnesota: Resolution by the Flood Control Unemployment Relief Act; to the Committee St. Johns and Mamre locals of the Farmers Union, St.

on Flood Control. James, Minn., to insure passage of the Frazier bill; to the

639. By the SPEAKER: Petition of Board of Supervisors Committee on Agriculture.

of Mason County, Ill., requesting that the garden-seed sup624. Also, resolution by the National Farmers' Holiday As- ply be allocated by the Illinois Emergency Relief Commissociation, Pine County unit, Hinckley, Minn., urging passage sion; to the Committee on Agriculture. of legislation that will give farmers loans at 3 percent interest, including amortization; to the Committee on

SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1933 Agriculture.

The House was called to order by the Speaker. 625. Also, resolution by the members of the Watonwan

The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read County Farmers' Cooperation and Educational Union of

and approved. America, Local 270, to insure passage of the Frazier bill;

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE to the Committee on Agriculture.

626. Also, resolution by the stockholders of the Wilkin A message from the Senate by Mr. Horne, its enrolling County National Farm Loan Association, for the passage clerk, announced that the Vice President had appointed Mr. KING, Mr. WALSH, Mr. DUFFY, Mr. JOHNSON, and Mr. KEAN My Mr. LLOYD: A bill (H.R. 5175) to provide a prelimimembers of the joint select committee on the part of the nary examination of the Green River; to the Committee on Senate as provided for in House Concurrent Resolution 15, Flood Control. to investigate the wreck of the U.S.S. Akron and other Army By Mr. McSWAIN: A bill (H.R. 5176) to authorize the and Navy dirigibles.

Secretary of War or the Secretary of the Navy to withhold COMMITTEE ON LABOR TO SIT

the pay of officers, warrant officers, and nurses of the Army, On motion of Mr. CONNERY, by unanimous consent, the States under certain conditions; to the Committee on Mili

Navy, or Marine Corps to cover indebtedness to the United Committee on Labor was granted permission to sit during

tary Affairs. sessions of the House.

By Mr. PARKER of Georgia: A bill (H.R. 5177) to reMUSCLE SHOALS

vive and reenact the act entitled "An act authorizing the Mr. O'CONNOR, by direction of the Committee on Rules, South Carolina and the Georgia Highway Departments to called up the following resolution (H.Res. 111):

construct, maintain, and operate a toll bridge across the Resolved, That immediately upon adoption of this resolu- Savannah River at or near Burtons Ferry, near Sylvania, tion the House shall proceed to the consideration of H.R. Ga.”, approved May 26, 1928; to the Committee on Inter5081, and all points of order against said bill shall be con- state and Foreign Commerce. sidered as waived. That after general debate, which shall

PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS be confined to the bill and shall continue not to exceed 6

Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private bills and resolutions hours, to be equally divided and controlled by the chairman

were introduced and severally referred as follows: and ranking minority member of the Committee on Military

By Mr. BURKE of California: A bill (H.R. 5178) for the Affairs, it shall be in order for the chairman of the Com- relief of Verald M. Drake and his dependents; to the Committee on Military Affairs by direction of that committee to mittee on Naval Affairs. offer amendments to any part of the bill. If there be no

By Mr. CALDWELL: A bill (H.R. 5179) granting an insuch amendments offered by the chairman of the Committee

crease of pension to Alda E. Ramm; to the Committee on on Military Affairs, then the previous question shall be con- Invalid Pensions. sidered as ordered on the bill to final passage without inter

By Mr. COLLINS of California: A bill (H.R. 5180) grantvening motion except one motion to recommit.

ing a pension to Deborah Hacklander; to the Committee on When said resolution was considered.

Pensions. After debate,

By Mr. DOWELL: A bill (H.R. 5181) granting a pension to On motion of Mr. O'CONNOR, the previous question was Emily Knauer; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. ordered on the resolution to its adoption or rejection, and

By Mr. DREWRY: A bill (H.R. 5182) for the relief of under the operation thereof the resolution was agreed to. George R. Slate; to the Committee on Military Affairs. Thereupon, pursuant to House Resolution 111, the House

By Mr. HILDEBRANDT: A bill (H.R. 5183) for the relief proceeded to the consideration of the bill (H.R. 5081) to of C. B. Dickinson; to the Committee on Claims. provide for the common defense; to aid interstate com

By Mr. HOLLISTER: A bill (H.R. 5184) for the relief merce by navigation; to provide flood control; to promote of Sevellon Smith; to the Committee on Military Affairs. the general welfore by creating the Tennessee Valley

By Mr. JOHNSON of West Virginia: A bill (H.R. 5185) Authority; to operate the Muscle Shoals properties; and granting an increase of pension to Malinda J. Jacobs; to the

encourage agricultural, industrial, and economic Committee on Invalid Pensions. develpment.

Also, a bill (H.R. 5186) granting a pension to Cora C. When said bill was read twice.

O'Neill; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. After debate,

Also, a bill (H.R. 5187) granting a pension to Margaret Pending further consideration of said bill,

J. McClure; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Also, a bill (H.R. 5188) granting an increase of pension to On motion of Mr. McSWAIN, by unanimous consent, Mary E. Pritchard; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Ordered, That all Members who address the House on Also, a bill (H.R. 5189) granting an increase of pension the foregoing bill be permitted to extend their own remarks to Flora Coulter; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. in the Record.

Also, a bill (H.R. 5190) granting back pay to Auguste C. And then,

Loiseau; to the Committee on World War Veterans' LegisADJOURNMENT

lation, On motion of Mr. McSwain, at 3 o'clock and 27 minutes to Nannie Queen; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

Also, a bill (H.R. 5191) granting an increase of pension p.m., the House adjourned.

Also, a bill (H.R. 5192) granting a pension to Samuel

Edwards; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. Under clause 3 of rule XXII, public bills and resolutions Also, a bill (H.R. 5193) granting an increase of pension to were introduced and severally referred as follows:

Sarah L. Smith; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. By Mr. O'MALLEY: A bill (H.R. 5171) authorizing the Also, a bill (H.R. 5194) granting an increase of pension Postmaster General of the United States to issue a series of to Hannah Gibbs; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. special postage stamps in commemoration of the three hun- Also, a bill (H.R. 5195) granting a pension to Unoca dredth anniversary of the white man's discovery of Wiscon- Ferguson; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. sin; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. By Mr. KNUTSON: A bill (H.R. 5196) for the relief of

By Mr. BUSBY: A bill (H.R. 5172) to declare a monetary certain riparian owners for losses sustained by them on the policy and regulate the value of money in accordance with drained mud lake bottom in Marshall County, in the State paragraph 5, section 8, article 1, of the Constitution of the of Minnesota; to the Committee on the Public Lands. United States, to provide for the maintenance and stabiliza- Also, a bill (H.R. 5197) granting a pension to Louise Qual; tion of the gold standard, and for other purposes; to the to the Committee on Pensions. Committee on Banking and Currency.

By Mr. LLOYD: A bill (H.R. 5198) for the relief of WilBy Mr. DREWRY: A bill (H.R. 5173) granting the consent liam Fenwick Howey; to the Committee on Claims. of Congress to the State Highway Commission of Virginia By Mr. MERRITT: A bill (H.R. 5199) granting a pension to maintain a bridge already constructed to replace a weak to Veronica Zolyomy; to the Committee on Pensions. structure in the same location across the Staunton and Dan By Mr. REECE: A bill (H.R. 5200) for the relief of WalRivers, in Mecklenburg County, Va., on United States Route lace Hensley Welch; to the Committee on Naval Affairs. No. 15; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- By Mr. REID of Illinois: A bill (H.R. 5201) for the relief merce.

of Luke Francis Brennan; to the Committee on Naval By Mr. KNUTSON: A bill (H.R. 5174) to set aside certain Affairs. lands for the Leech Lake Band of Chippewa Indians in the By Mr. WILCOX: A bill (H.R. 5202) for the relief of State of Minnesota; to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Frank Anderson; to the Committee on Claims.

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PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

PETITIONS, ETC.

Mr. McSWAIN, by direction of the Committee on Military Under clause 1 of rule XXII, petitions and papers were

Affairs, submitted the following committee amendments laid on the Clerk's desk and referred as follows:

severally: 640. By Mr. BACON: Petition of 3,258 citizens, nearly all

Page 23, line 1, after “shall ”, strike out “by" and insert residing in New York, protesting against any change in im

be voidable at the election of; and beginning with the first migration laws to permit admission of aliens, outside of

word “be", strike out the remainder of the sentence; line quota, belonging to political refugee classes; to the Com

21, after the first word “from ”, insert such, and after mittee on Immigration and Naturalization.

“bonds ", insert as the Authority may make available to the 641. By Mr. CARTER of California: Assembly Joint Reso- Secretary of War for that purpose. lution No. 9, State of California, memorializing Congress to

On motion of Mr. McSWAIN, the previous question was oradopt legislation with reference to manufacture of arms,

dered on the amendments to their adoption or rejection, and munitions, and implements of war; to the Committee on

under the operation thereof the amendments were severally Military Affairs.

agreed to. 642. By Mr. JOHNSON of Minnesota: Resolution from

On motion of Mr. McSWAIN, the previous question was orthe commander on behalf of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, dered on the bill to its passage or re ction. stating opposition to naval appropriations with provisos; to

The bill, as amended, was ordered to be engrossed and the Committee on Naval Affairs.

read a third time, and was read a third time by title. 643. Also, resolution protesting the removal of the Hydro

Mr. RANKIN moved to recommit the bill to the Commitgraphic Office, Navy Department, from Duluth, Minn., by tee on Military Affairs, with instructions to that committee the Chamber of Commerce of Duluth; to the Committee on

to report the bill back to the House forthwith with the Naval Affairs.

following amendment: 644. Also, resolution from the Railway Mail Post, No. 23,

Strike out all after the enacting claust and insert: American Legion, at St. Paul, Minn., asking that postmasters

That for the purpose of maintaining and operating the in first-, second-, and third-class offices be placed under properties now owned by the United States in the vicinity civil service; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, in the interest of the national deRoads.

fense and for agricultural and industrial development, and to 645. By Mr. JOHNSON of Texas: Resolution unanimously improve navigation in the Tennessee River and to control the adopted by the Legislature of the State of Texas, urging destructive flood waters in the Tennessee River and Missisremoval of the Federal tax on gasoline; to the Committee sippi River Basins, there is hereby created a body corporate on Ways and Means.

by the name of " The Tennessee Valley Authority(herein646. By Mr. JOHNSON of Minnesota: Petition protesting after referred to as the Corporation). The board of diagainst House bill 3769, now in committee; to the Committee rectors first appointed shall be deemed the incorporators, and on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

the incorporation shall be held to have been effected from 647. By Mr. KENNEY: Petition of unemployed associa

the date of the first meeting of the Board. This act may be tions of Bergen County, N.J.; to the Committee on Labor.

cited as the Tennessee Valley Authority Act of 1933." 648. By Mr. LINDSAY: Petition of Creed A. Neeper, New

Sec. 2. (a) The board of directors of the Corporation York City, urging support and passage of the Home mort

(hereafter referred to as the Board) shall be composed gage bill, S. 1317; to the Committee on Banking and Cur- of three members, to be appointed by the President, by and rency.

with the advice and consent of the Senate. In appointing 649. Also, petition of National Fertilizer Association, Inc., the members of the board the President shall designate the Washington, D.C., concerning House bill 5081; to the Com- chairman. All other officials, agents, and employees shall mittee on Military Affairs.

be designated and selected by the Board. 650. Also, petition of National Association of Postal Super- (b) The terms of office of the members first taking office visors, Branch 100, New York City, opposing retirement of after the approval of this act shall expire as designated by Federal employees after 30 years' service; to the Committee the President at the time of nomination, one at the end of on the Civil Service.

the fifth year, one at the end of the tenth year, and one at 651. By Mr. RUDD: Petition of Creed A. Neeper, New the end of the fifteenth year, after the date of approval of York City, favoring the passage of Senate bill 1317, the home this act. A successor to a member of the Board shall be mortgage bill; to the Committee on Banking and Currency. appointed in the same manner as the original members and

652. By Mr. WELCH: Petition of California State Legis- shall have a term of office expiring fifteen years from the lature, Assembly Joint Resolution No. 24, relative to me- date of the expiration of the term for which his predecessor morializing the Congress of the United States to enact a was appointed. moratorium on foreclosures of real property mortgages and (c) Any member appointed to fill a vacancy in the Board on sales under deeds of trust on real property; to the Com- occurring prior to the expiration of the term for which his mittee on Banking and Currency.

predecessor was appointed shall be appointed for the remain653. Also, petition of California State Legislature, Assem- der of such term. bly Joint Resolution No. 9, relative to the memorializing Con- (d) Vacancies in the Board so long as there shall be two gress to adopt legislation with reference to manufacture of members in office shall not impair the powers of the Board arms, munitions, and implements of war; to the Committee to execute the functions of the Corporation, and two of the on Military Affairs.

members in office shall constitute a quorum for the trans

action of the business of the Board. MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1933

(e) Each of the members of the Board shall be a citizen

of the United States. The chairman of the Board shall The House was called to order by the Speaker. The Journal of the proceedings of Saturday, April 22, receive a salary of $10,000 a year. Other members of the

Board shall receive salaries of $9,000 each per annum. Each 1933, was read and approved.

member of the Board, in addition to his salary, shall be

permitted to occupy as his residence one of the dwelling Pursuant to House Resolution 111, the House proceeded houses now owned by the Government in the vicinity of to the further consideration of the bill (H.R. 5081) to pro- Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the same to be designated by the vide for the common defense; to aid interstate commerce by President of the United States. Members of the Board shall navigation; to provide flood control; to promote the general be reimbursed by the Corporation for actual expenses while welfare by creating the Tennessee Valley Authority; to op- in the performance of the duties vested in the Board by this erate the Muscle Shoals properties; and to encourage agri- act. No member of said Board shall, during his continucultural, industrial, and economic development.

ance in office, be engaged in any other business, but shall After debate,

give his entire time to the business of said Corporation. 162514-H J—73–1-13

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