THE CONGRESS: Work Done, May 10, 1937

The Senate: ¶Passed (41 to 15) the Neutrality Bill which had just been rushed through the House by a unanimous vote, sent it to the President (see p. 15).

The House:

¶Passed the Neutrality Bill, sent it to the Senate.

¶Passed (231 to 113) a bill which would repeal the clause of the Revenue Act of 1936 under which salaries of officers & employes of corporations in excess of $15,000 per annum were made public by the Treasury Department, sent it to the Senate.

¶Passed the Army Appropriation Bill which provides for 1938 military...

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