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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND
Under clause 2 of rule XII,
Mr. STEAGALL: Committee on Banking and Currency. H.R. 3344. A bill to amend section 14, subdivision 3, of the Federal Farm Loan Act; without amendment (Rept. No. 264). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.
Mr. DELANEY: Joint Committee to Investigate Dirigible Disasters. House Concurrent Resolution 15. Providing for an investigation of the cause or causes of the wrecking of the Akron and other dirigibles; without amendment (Rept. No. 266). Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Mr. CHAVEZ: Committee on the Public Lands. S. 1774. An act to provide for extension of time for making deferred payments on homestead entries in the abandoned Fort Lowell Military Reservation, Ariz.; without amendment (Rept. No. 267). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.
Mr. FULLER: Committee on the Public Lands. HR. 2837. A bill to provide for the establishment of the Everglades National Park in the State of Florida, and for other purposes; with amendment (Rept. No. 268). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.
CHANGE OF REFERENCE
Under clause 2 of rule XXII, committees were discharged from the consideration of the following bills, which were referred as follows:
A bill (HR. 1951) granting an increase of pension to Claudia V. Hester; Committee on Invalid Pensions discharged, and referred to the Committee on Pensions.
A bill (H.R. 4623) granting a pension to George E. Hilgert; Committee on Invalid Pensions discharged, and referred to the Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation.
PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS Under clause 3 of rule XXII, public bills and resolutions were introduced and severally referred as follows:
By Mr. WALDRON: A bill (H.R. 6114) to permit any person doing business within the United States to obtain loans from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for an amount not in excess of 60 percent of the value of the realestate holdings of such person; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.
By Mr. SIROVICH: A bill (H.R. 6118) to provide for the truthful labeling of drugs and the attachment of trade marks to the containers and packages of drugs; to the Committee on Patents.
By Mr. DUNN: A bill (H.R. 6119) to provide pensions for ex-service men and the widows of ex-service men; to the Committee on Pensions.
By Mr. DE PRIEST: Resolution (H.Res. 194) to investigate the spread of communism; to the Committee on Rules.
PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private bills and resolutions were introduced and severally referred as follows:
By Mr. KENNEY: A bill (H.R. 6115) granting compensation to the estate of Thomas Peraglia, deceased; to the Committee on Claims.
By Mr. AUF DER HEIDE: A bill (HR. 6116) to provide for the reimbursement of former Second Lt. William F. Upton, Jr., for loss of equipment; to the Committee on Claims.
By Mr. JOHNSON of West Virginia: A bill (HR. 6117) granting an increase of pension to Carrie A. Groce; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.
Also, a bill (HR. 6120) granting an increase of pension to Phoebe A. Kimes; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. By Mr. LINDSAY: A bill (HR. 6121) for the relief of Archie J. McKee; to the Committee on Military Affairs.
By Mr. MULDOWNEY: A bill (HR. 6122) to refund to Mary Wilkins Ogden income tax erroneously and illegally collected for the calendar year 1928; to the Committee on Claims.
Under clause 1 of rule XXII, petitions and papers were laid on the Clerk's desk and referred as follows:
1385. By Mr. MCFARLANE: Petition of the Senate of Texas, recommending Senator Margie E. Neal, of Texas, for a position of trust and honor with the Federal Government; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
1386. By Mr. RUDD: Petition of David J. O'Connel Post, No. 2264, of Ozone Park, N.Y., Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, favoring the Bone plan; to the Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1933
(Legislative day of Wednesday, June 14, 1933) The Senate met at 12 o'clock noon, on the expiration of the recess.
Mr. ROBINSON of Arkansas. I suggest the absence of a quorum.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The clerk will call the roll. The legislative clerk called the roll, and the following Senators answered to their names:
Austin Bachman Barbour Borah Bratton
Mr. ROBINSON of Arkansas. I wish to announce that the senior Senator from Nevada [Mr. PITTMAN] is absent on official business in attendance upon the London Economic Conference.
I also wish to announce that the Senator from Massachusetts [Mr. COOLIDGE] is detained from the Senate on official business and that the Senator from Georgia [Mr. GEORGE] is unavoidably absent.
Mr. VANDENBERG. I wish to announce that my colleague the senior Senator from Michigan [Mr. COUZENS] is necessarily absent in attendance on the London Economic Conference.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Thirty-three Senators have answered to their names. A quorum is not present. The clerk will call the names of the absent Senators.
The legislative clerk called the names of the absent Senators, and Mr. BLACK, Mr. HARRISON, Mr. LONERGAN, Mr. McKELLAR, Mr. MCNARY, Mr. NEELY;. Mr. NORRIS, Mr. ROBINSON of Indiana, Mr. RUSSELL, Mr. STEPHENS, Mr. TRAMMELL, Mr. TYDINGS, and Mr. VAN NUYS answered to their names when called.
Mr. ADAMS, Mr. BAILEY, Mr. BANKHEAD, Mr. BARKLEY, Mr. BONE, Mr. BROWN, Mг. BULKLEY, Mr. BuLow, Mr. BYRD, Mr. BYRNES, Mr. CAPPER, Mr. CAREY, Mr. CONNALLY, Mr. COPELAND, Mr. CUTTING, Mr. DALE, Mr. DICKINSON, Mr. DIETERICH, Mr. DILL, Mr. ERICKSON, Mr. GOLDSBOROUGH, Mr. GORE, Mr. HATFIELD, Mr. HAYDEN, Mr. HEBERT, Mr. LEWIS, Mr. LOGAN, Mr. MCADOO, Mr. MCGILL, Mr. METCALF, Mr. MURPHY, Mr. PATTERSON, Mr. REED, Mr. REYNOLDS, Mr. SCHALL, Mr. SHIPSTEAD, Mr. SMITH, Mr. STEIWER, Mr. WAGNER, Mr. WHEELER, and Mr. WHITE entered the Chamber and answered to their names.
Mr. HEBERT. I wish to announce that the Senator from New Hampshire [Mr. KEYES], the Senator from South Dakota [Mr. NORBECK], and the Senator from Missouri (Mr. PATTERSON] are unavoidably absent from the Senate.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Eighty-seven Senators have answered to their names. A quorum is present.
A BILL TO PREVENT THE MANUFACTURE, SHIPMENT, AND SALE
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Aitchison, Dr. D., statement..
Allen, R. M., statement.
American Association Creamery Butter Manufacturers, letter.
Anderson, John F., statement and brief.....
Baldwin, James W., statement..
Burke, Donald J., statement and brief.
Dugan, Mrs., Sarah Vanco, statement.
Eliot, Thon s, statement_.
Emerson, Dr. Haven, statement
Faculty Women of University of California, memorandum..
Fisk, B. F., letter..
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National Sanipractic Association, Inc., letter.
North Central States Association of Food, Dairy, Drug and Feed Officials,
Northwest Salmon Canners' Association, brief.