THE third session of the Seventy-fifth Congress began January 3, 1938, is expected to adjourn about the 15th of June, 1938.
Two bills, S. 3652, introduced by Senator Walsh March 11, and H. R. 10215, introduced by Representative Vinson April 8, would authorize certain officers of the Navy and Marine Corps to accept such medals, orders, and decorations as have been tendered them by foreign governments in appreciation of services rendered. The Marine Corps officers, and their decorations, included in the bill, are as follows:
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