THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Aug. 16, 1937

The Senate:

¶ Passed and sent to the House the Wagner Housing Bill.

¶ Passed the Court Bill and sent it to conference (see col. 2).

¶ Passed a bill introduced by Chairman Black of the Education and Labor Committee for a census of unemployment, partial employment and occupations to cost about $4,000,000.

¶ Passed a House Bill restoring the wage of Federal court jurors, cut to $3 a day in 1933, to $4 a day.

The House:

¶ Passed (205-to-0) and sent to the Senate a bill granting pensions to dependent Gold Star parents and...

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