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SEVENTY-THIRD CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION
OF
THE SENATE
OOln'mUNO flllli
SnrAn:
IX
SPIlCIAL
BUSION
BY
TH1Ii
PllzsmDl'l'
01'
TH1Ii
·UJfITIiD
STA'I'ZB
O.,
AKDICA
A
PIlOCL.UUTION
Whereas
publlc
interests
require
tliat the
Senate
of
the
United
states
be convened
at
12 o'clock
onthe4th
day
of
March,
1933,
to
receive
such
communications
as
may
be
made
by
the
Executive:Now,
therefore, I,
Herbert
Hoover,
President of
the
United
States
of
America,
dei
hereby proclaim
and
declare
that an
extraordinary
occasion reQuires
the
Benate of
the
United
states
to
convene
at
the
Capitol,
in the
city
of
Washington,
onthe
4th
day of
March
next,
at
12
o'clock
noon,
of
which
alI
persons who
shall
atthat
time
be
entitled
to
actas
Members
of
that
body
are
hereby required
to take
notice.
In
witness whereof I
havehereunto
&et
my
hand and
caused
theseal
of
the
United
Statesto
be
affixed.Done
at
the
city
of
Washington
this
14th day of February;
m
the
yea.r
of
our
Lord
nineteenhundred
and
thirty-three,
and
of
the
independence
of
the
United
states
of
America
the
one
hundred
and
fifty-seventh.
HERBERT HOOVER.
By
the
President:
[SUL]
HENRY
L.
STIMSON,
Secretarll
o/
State.
ADDRI'.SS
BY
VICE
PRESIDEKT GAINER
The
VICE
PRESIDENT.
8enators, this
18
my
first
and
possibly
it
may
be
mylast
opportunity
to
address
the
8enate.
I
am
particularly
anx1oU8
to
ingratiate
myself
into
yourfavorable consideration. Knowing
.from some
observation
the
disposltion
of
the
Senate
not to
discuss
any
matter
tmless
it
18
lmportant
and
under partlcular
consideration,
I deem
it
inappropriate
to say more
than
that
I
come
as your Pre-·
siding
omcer
to
cooperate,
to
be helpful,
to do
the
best
I
can
to
help
you
conduct
the
proceedings
of
the
8enate.
In
carrying out
that
idea which
I
have,
I
shall
forego
saying more
than
that
I
am happy
to
be
over here,
I
am
happy
to
meet
you all,
and
glad
of
the
opportunity
to getbetter
acquainted with
Senators..
CREDEl'TIALS
Mr.
McKELLAR.
Mr.
President,
I
present
the
creden
tials
ot
the
Hon.
NATlIAN
L.
BACHllAJl',
appointed
by
the
Governor of
Tennessee
to
succeed
the
Hon. Cordell Hull,
and
ask
that
they may
be
read.
The
VICE
PRESIDENT.
The
<:redentials
will
be
received
and
read
by
the
clerk.
The
Chief Clerk
read
the
credentials,
as
follows:
TRE
STATI:
01'
TENNEBSD,
ExKcUTIVJ:
CHAKBJ:Il.
To
aZZ
who 8hall .ee
the8e pre8enta,
greettng:
Know
re,
that
whereas,
under
cbapter
8,
sectlon
3,
ot
the
ftrst
extra
ses&lon
ot
the
legtalature
ot
1918,
the
Governar
Is
author1zecl
to
appotnt
a
Senator
tn
the
Congrees
ot
the
United Statee
when
vacanc1es occur,
and
whereas
a
vacancy
hall
occurred caused by
the
res1gnat1on
of
Senator
Corc1eU
Hull, of
Carths«e,
TeI1Jl.,
that
he mlght
acceptthe
appo1ntment
ot
6ecretary
ot
State
ot
the
UnitedStatestendered
h1m
by
Pree1dent.elect
Frankl.tn
D.
Roosevelt:
ami
havlng
oonfidence
tn
the
abUlty
and
tntegrtty
ot
Hon.
NATHAN
L.
BACHIIUN,
et
Chattanooga, Tenn.:
Now,
theretore,
I,
HIll
I4cAllster,
Governor
ot
the
state
ot
Ten
ne_,by
virtue
et
the
power
and
authòrtty In
me
vested,
do
cOInInlss10n
Hon.
NATHAN
L.
BACHXAN
to
ftll
sald
olBce
or
Ben­
ator
tn
the
Congress
ot
the
Un1ted
States untU
hIs
SucceMOr
18
elected
and
quallfted
agreeably
to
the
Const1tut10n
and
laws,
durlng
the
term,
w1th
a11
the
powers,
prlvUegee,
and
emolumenti!
thereunto,
apperta1D1ng
by
law.
In
testlmony
whereot,
I,
BlU
JoIcAllster,
Governor as
a t o ~ l d .
 
bave
hereunto
&et
my
band and
caURd
the
great
seal
ot
the
state
te
be
a1I1xed
at
the
department In
NashvUle
on
thls
~ t h
 
day
ofI4arch
A.D. 1933.
BILL
M:cA1.IftI:K,
GotJemor.
[sEALI EaNJ:BT
N.
BAsTON,
Seeretarll
o/
St4te.
The
VICE
PRESIDENT.
The
credentials
wi11
be
p1aced
on
file.
Mr.
GLASS.
Mr.
President,
I
send
tQ
the
desk
the
certifi
cate
of
the
Governor of
Virginia
attesting
the
appointment
of
Hon.
HARRY
F.
BYRD
as
a
Benatorfrom
the
state
of
Va
ginia,
and
ask
that
they may
be
read and
that
Mr.
BYJtD
may take
the oath
of
omce.
The
VICE
PRESIDENT.
The
certificate
will be
read.
The
Chief Clerk
read
the
certificate,
as
follows:
COMMONWEALTH
01'
VIllGIHIA,
GOVERNOR'S
OJTIC&.
To
the
PRESIDENT
01'
TRE
SENATE
01'
THE UNITED STATES:
Thlll
ls
te
cert1ty
that
pursuant
te
the
power vested
1n
me
by
the
Const1tutlon
ot
the
Unlted
States
and the
laws
ot
the
Com
~
 

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