CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Dec. 22, 1924

The Senate:

¶Discussed at great length and amended the Underwood Bill for the leasing of Muscle Shoals as a nitrate fertilizer plant (see Page 5).

¶Decided that no important measure should be taken up until the Muscle Shoals Bill was disposed of.

¶Adopted a resolution appointing a joint committee of Congress to arrange for the inaugural ceremonies of President Coolidge on Mar. 4.

¶Appointed a joint committee to arrange for the celebration of the 200th birthday of George Washington (Feb. 22, 1932).

¶Passed viva voce a bill authorizing $110,000,000 expenditures for alterations on six older...

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