CONGRESS: The Legislative Week May 10, 1926

The Senate—

¶ Approved the Belgian debt settlement by vote of 55 to 20.

¶ Approved debt settlements with Latvia (50 to 18); Roumania (51 to 16); Esthonia (51 to 16).

¶ Approved the Czechoslovakian debt settlement by vote of 53 to 17.

¶ Debated the McFadden bill empowering National Banks to establish branches.

¶ Debated the $165,000,000 public buildings bill.

¶ Passed the Appropriation Bill for the Legislative Establishment. (Bill went to conference.)

The House—

¶ Passed a bill to create separate Customs and Prohibition Bureaus in the Treasury Department. (Bill went to Senate.)

¶ Passed...

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