CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jun. 2, 1930

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week:

¶ Passed the Legislative Appropriation Bill.

¶ Confirmed the appointment to the Supreme Court of Owen Josephus Roberts of Philadelphia.

¶ Adopted a resolution to suspend rail mergers until March 4, 1931.

¶ Adopted a resolution abolishing dial telephones from the Senate wing of the Capitol.

¶ Passed a House bill awarding medals to the Byrd exploration party.

¶ Passed a bill to promote "vocational rehabilitation of persons injured in industry or otherwise."

¶ Adopted a joint resolution transferring the functions of the radio division, Department of Commerce,...

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