CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Dec. 21, 1925

The Senate—Heard the President's message read by its Secretary.

¶ Received innumerable reports, petitions, resolutions and more than 1,300 bills.

¶ Heard the President's budget message read by its Secretary.

¶ Passed a joint resolution continuing for another year the life of a committee which is revising the temporary postal rates in effect since last spring in order to enable the rates to be properly revised before being made permanent. (Resolution went to the House.)

¶ Received a long list of nominations from the President for confirmation.

The House—Agreed by vote of 210 to 192...

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