National Affairs: Appointments

With a stroke of his pen President Harding filled four vacancies—one on the Interstate Commerce Commission and three on the Railroad Labor Board. The labor seat, vacant on the Interstate Commerce Commission, was given to Frank McManamy, for 15 years in the service of the Commission and the Railroad Administration. The three vacancies on the Railroad Labor Board were caused by the expiration of the terms of one member in each of the three groups—representatives of labor, the railroads and the public. In the last two of these classes the President reappointed the...

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