Animals: Conserving Senators

In the past 15 years. Congress has done three important things for U. S. wild life. In 1918 the treaty with Canada establishing regulations for migratory birds was made the law of the land. In 1922 the U. S. Biological Survey was appointed enforcer of this treaty. In 1929 came the Norbeck-Andresen Bill appropriating $8,000,000 for the establishment of migratory bird sanctuaries now under survey.

Last week five Senator: who are interested in U. S. animals, members of the special Senate Committee on Conservation of Wild Life Resources, made their first report...

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