THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Apr. 11, 1932

The Senate: ¶ Passed (42-10-30) the House bill transferring tariff flexibility from the President to Congress, suggesting a world economic conference and creating a "consumer's counsel" before the Tariff Commission; sent it to conference. President Hoover was expected to veto. ¶ Ratified, with six minor reservations, a League of Nations treaty to regulate the manufacture and distribution of narcotic drugs.

¶ Confirmed Charles Edwin Winter of Wyoming to be Attorney General of Porto Rico.

The House:

¶ Passed the tax bill (see col. 3) ¶ Passed (306-10-47) a bill by South Carolina's...

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