69th Congress (1925-1927)

President: Calvin Coolidge (R-MA)

House Majority Party: Republican

House Majority Seats: 247 out of 435

House Speaker: Rep. Nicholas Longworth (R-OH)

 

 

Vice President: Charles Dawes (R-IL)

Senate Majority Party: Republican 

Senate Majority Seats: 54 out of 96

Senate Majority Floor Leader: Sen. Charles Curtis (R-KS)

Above: Speaker of the House, Rep. Nicholas Longworth (R-OH)

Enactments:

Revenue Act of 1926

Agriculture Appropriations Act of 1926

Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of 1926

Air Commerce Act of 1926

Railway Labor Act

Public Buildings Act

Air Corps Efficiency Act

World War Pensions Act

Farm Marketing Act

 

Enactments (cont):

Civil Service Pensions Act

Rivers and Harbors Authorization Act of 1926

Radio Act 1927

Federal Reserve Act Amendment

Treasury Prohibition Reorganization

Permanent Court of International Justice

McNary-Haugen Bill of 1927