Election of a Senator from Pennsylvania: Hearings, Sixty-ninth Congress, Second Session Pursuant to S. Res. 195 and S. Res. 324, Volumes 1-2

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Page 1 - Every person who, having been summoned as a witness by authority of said committee, or any subcommittee thereof, willfully makes default, or who, having appeared, refuses to answer any question pertinent to the investigation heretofore authorized, shall be held to the penalties provided by section 102 of the Revised Statutes of the United States ( USC, title 2, sec.
Page 72 - ... and the committee will stand in recess subject to the call of the chairman. We will give you notice in advance of a meeting.
Page 1 - Claimant without deduction; and at such Time or Times, and at such Place or Places, as shall be awarded by the said Commissioners, and on Condition of such...
Page 11 - Washington, DC The committee met pursuant to the call of the chairman at 10 o'clock am, in room 210, Senate Office Building, Senator Irvine L.
Page 2 - Congress, first session, with respect to the subject-matter of that resolution. "(4) That the sergeant at arms of the Senate and his deputies are directed to attend the said special committee and to execute its directions. That the said special committee may appoint subcommittees of one or more members with power and authority to act for the full committee in taking possession of evidence and in the subpoenaing of witnesses and taking testimony.
Page 1 - Senate; and said committee is hereby authorized and instructed immediately to investigate what moneys, emoluments, rewards, or things of value, including agreements or understandings of support for appointment or election to office have been promised, contributed, made or expended, or shall hereafter be promised, contributed, expended, or made by any person, firm, corporation, or committee, organization, or association, to influence the nomination of any person as a candidate of any political party...
Page 3 - ... and other documents, and to recount the said ballots, and to take and preserve all evidence as to the various matters alleged in the said charges and...
Page 2 - Committee under this resolution shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate upon vouchers approved by the chairman of the Select Committee. Sec. 5. As used in this resolution, the term "officer or employee of the Senate...
Page 1 - Republican, and two members from the minority political partyŤ shall be appointed by the President of the Senate; and said committee is hereby authorized and instructed immediately to investigate what moneys, emoluments, rewards, or things of value, including agreements or understandings of support for appointment or election to office have been promised, contributed, made or expended, or shall hereafter be promised, contributed, expended, or made by any person, firm, corporation, or committee,...
Page 1 - Resolution 195, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session] Resolved, That a special committee of five, consisting of three members selected from the majority political party, of whom one shall be a progressive Republican and of two members from the minority political party, shall be forthwith appointed by the President of the Senate...

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