CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Feb. 16, 1925

The Senate:

¶Agreed to a conference report of the War Department Appropriations


¶Adopted a unanimous report from the Committee on Privileges and Elections dismissing the contest against the election of Senator Mayfield of Texas and declaring him duly elected without a dissenting vote.

¶ Considered the Isle of Pines Treaty.

¶ Considered a Good Roads Bill to appropriate $575,000,000 for roads during each of the next two years. (Went to the President.)

¶Considered a bill for settling the so-called French spoliation claims amounting to $3,253,000. ¶ Confirmed the nomination of Harlan Fiske Stone to be...

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