CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Apr. 21, 1924

The Senate:

¶ Passed a resolution to inquire into the circumstances and evidence connected with the indictment of Senator Wheeler by a Federal Grand Jury at Great Falls, Mont.

¶ Passed a bill to prevent monopolization of the air by radio broadcasting companies.

¶ Passed a resolution introduced by Senator Kendrick of Wyoming to admit three Russian waifs, whose parents died of starvation, detained at Ellis Island since December.

¶ Read and debated messages from President Coolidge and Secretary Mellon regarding the investigation of the Internal Revenue Bureau.

¶ Read a note which Japanese...

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