68th Congress (1923-1925)

President: Calvin Coolidge (R-MA)

House Majority Party: Republican

House Majority Seats: 225 out of 435

House Speaker: Rep. Frederick Gillett (R-MA)



Vice President: (none)

Senate Majority Party: Republican 

Senate Majority Seats: 53 out of 96

Senate Majority Floor Leader: Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge (R-MA)

Above: Rep. Homer Hoch (R-KS), co-author of the Hoch-Smith Resolution.


Bonus Act

Rogers Foreign Service Act

Immigration Act 1924

Indian Citizenship Act

Revenue Act of 1924

Agriculture Appropriations Act of 1924

Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of 1924

World War Veterans Act of 1924

Clarke-McNary Reforestation Act


Enactments (cont):

Airmail Act of 1925

Judges' Bill

Federal Corrupt Practices, 1925

Proposed Child Labor Amendment

Hoch-Smith Resolution

Muscle Shoals Dam Act of 1925