CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Jan. 24, 1927

The House—

¶Passed, without a record vote, the independent offices appropriation bill of $512,901,000, providing for the salaries and expenses of the President and Vice President, the Shipping Board, the Veterans' Bureau, the Interstate Commerce Commission, etc. (Bill went to the Senate.)

¶Heard that the House Agriculture Committee had approved, 13 to 8, of immediate action on the McNary-Haugen farm relief bill, had laid aside the Curtis-Crisp compromise bill.


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