National Affairs: Reports

Voluminous bulletins, fresh from the Government Printing Office, last week were laid before the President of the U. S. They were the reports of most of his Cabinet officers,* outlining conditions in their Departments up to June 30 last, and specifying future moneys they would need. Some of the reports were prefaced with perorations to the Executive, some of them were addressed, according to custom, to the House, the Senate, or both. President Hoover by courtesy could and from duty should examine them all.

Treasury. Burr-tongued little Andrew William Mellon, obliged to report...

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