Charges Against Members of the House and Lobby Activities of the National Association of Manufacturers of the United States and Others; Hearings Before the Select Committee of the House of Representatives Appointed Volume 5, Pts. 13-15

Charges Against Members of the House and Lobby Activities of the National Association of Manufacturers of the United States and Others; Hearings Before the Select Committee of the House of Representatives Appointed Volume 5, Pts. 13-15

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...o?.Mr. Wnsr. Yes sir.. ' The Cmmaraxi Now, you said something about this room. When you went to see.lr. South about it he told you it was oflicially assi ed to Mr. McDermott? -.. A NE-.1 Wrsr. To the best of my recollection that is what he told us' yes ' The Cmiiiunix. Who had room 29? Did you make any inquiries about that? ' e Mr. Wnsr. No; I did not make any inquiries about that. The Cmmmx. What is the allegation about room 29? I do not know those rooms by numbers. I know the rooms, but I do not know them by numbers.-_ Mr. Ensar-Smrrn. What allegations, Mr. Chairman? The CHAIRMAN. That room 29 or room 27 was the one that was used b. _ Mr. Fasnr-SMITH. B Mr. West. I '-The CHAIRMAN. Mr. West, Mr. EASBY-SMITH. Room 27, the one on the corner nearest the stairwa ' only room Mr. McDermott had there? ' Mr. EASBY--SMI'l'H. No; Mr. McDermott, as a member of the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce and Labor, had access to Room 29 also, and had a key to it, and on two or three occasions had work done there, sendin out circulars, documents, etc. That Room 29 is the room Mr. Mcllfichael and Mr. Mulhall have spoken of as the room delivered over to them by Mr. McDermott. Mr. Cnimi. When did you say you occupied the position of secre-tary to Mr. McDermott? I '-Mr. WEST. From December, 1907, until the close of the special session in 1909. I think that was about the 1st of August. i Mr. Cnnvn. Did you become acquainted with Mr. McMichael dur-ingllthiat time? '. _ r. WEST. Yes, sir. Mr..CI.1Nn. How did you get acquainted with him? Mr. WEST. He came to our ofiice nearly every day. He was around there. I never had anything to do with him, but I saw him around there. ' Mr. Cnmn. Didn't you know he was doing work at that...show more

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  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 236g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123648570X
  • 9781236485700