For a New Year


President Coolidge submitted to Congress the Budget Bureau's estimates of receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year of 1925. There are reductions in the expenditures for all parts of the Government except four: the War Department (an increase of only $6,000), the Department of Commerce (an increase of $2,018,000, although the total includes an extra $3,500,000 which will be needed for the decennial Census of Agriculture), Department of Justice (an increase of $2,129,760). The appropriation of this Department is extended to cover the entire...

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