CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Dec. 17, 1923

THE SENATE, which organized itself on Dec. 3, with Senator Cummins of Iowa assuming the chair as President pro tem (TIME, Dec. 10), proceeded to adjourn from day to day, waiting for the House to organize.

Heard the President's message in joint session with the House on Dec. 6.

Adjourned until Dec, 10 in memory of President Harding. Seven hundred and fifty bills and resolutions were introduced before adjournment.

¶During the adjournment period the business of working out committee appointments was undertaken by both parties. C Bills passed by the Senate:...

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