CONGRESS: The House Week Jun. 4, 1928

Work Done. Last week, the U.S. Representatives:


¶ Passed a bill establishing two Federal farms for treatment of drug addicts among Federal prisoners; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Passed a bill authorizing the 1930 census ; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Passed a bill authorizing $4,500,000 for a memorial highway to Mount Vernon.

¶ Repassed over the President's veto, by 319 to 42 and 319 to 46, two House postal-pay bills, benefiting nightworkers and fourth-class postmasters; sent the bills to the Senate. (President Coolidge's objections...

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