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JOURNAL

OF THE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES Begun and held at the Capitol, in the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy-five, being the first session of the NINETY-FOURTH CONGRESS, held under the Constitution of the United States, and in the one hundred and ninety-ninth year of the Independence of the United States. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1975

GEORGIA

MINNESOTA
Ginn
Flynt
Stuckey

Quie
Karth

Bergland On which day, being the day fixed by Brinkley McDonald, Landrum

Hagedorn Fraser

Oberstar the Constitution of the United States,

Levitas

Larry
Stephens

Frenzel

Nolan
Young,
as amended, and Public Law 93–553, W.
Andrew

MISSISSIPPI
Pat Jennings, Clerk of the House of Rep-

HAWAII

Whitten Montgomery Lott resentatives, at 12 o'clock noon, called Matsunaga Mink

Bowen

Cochran the House to order, and proceeded to call

IDAHO

MISSOURI the roll of the Members-elect by States

Symms
Hansen

Clay
Bolling

Hungate whose credentials had been received,

Symington Litton

Burlison, ILLINOIS

Sullivan when the

Bill D. following Members-elect

Taylor, Gene
Metcalfe Kluczynski Yates

Randall

Ichord answered:

Murphy,
Hyde

Mikva
[Roll No. 1]

Morgan F. Collins,
Annunzio

MONTANA
Russo
Cardiss Crane

Baucus

Melcher
ALABAMA

Derwinski Rostenkowski McClory
Edwards, Jack Jones,

Buchanan
Erlenborn Michel

NEBRASKA

Price
Dickinson Robert E. Flowers

Hall
Railsback Simon

Thone

Smith,
Bevill
Anderson, Findley

McCollister Virginia
ALASKA

John

Madigan
O'Brien

NEVADA
Shipley
Young, Don (at large)

Santini (at large)

INDIANA
ARIZONA

Madden
Evans
Hamilton

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rhodes
Steiger, Sam Conlan

Fithian
Myers,

Sharp
Udall

D'Amours Cleveland
Brademas

John T. Jacobs
ARKANSAS

Roush
Hayes,

NEW JERSEY
Alexander Hammer- Thornton

Hillis
Philip H.

Florio
Maguire

Meyner schmidt

IOWA

Hughes
Roe

Daniels,
CALIFORNIA
Mezvinsky

Howard
Helstoski

Dominick V.
Harkin
Grassley

Thompson Rodino
Johnson, McFall

Danielson

Blouin
Smith, Neal Bedell

Patten

Fenwick Minish
Harold T. Sisk
Wilson,

Forsythe
KANSAS

Rinaldo
Clausen, Talcott

Charles H.
Don H. Krebs

Anderson,
Sebelius Winn
Skubitz

NEW MEXICO
Moss
Ketchum
Glenn
Keys
Shriver

Lujan

Runnels
Leggett
Lagomarsino Clawson, Del

KENTUCKY
Burton,
Goldwater Hannaford
Hubbard

NEW YORK
Snyder

Perkins
John L. Corman Lloyd, Jim

Natcher
Carter

Pike

Addabbo Solarz
Burton, Moorhead, Brown,
Mazzoli Breckinridge

Downey

Rosenthal Richmond
Phillip
Carlos J. George E.

Ambro
Delaney

Zeferetti
Miller,
Rees
Pettis

LOUISIANA

Lent
Biaggi

Holtzman George Waxman Patterson

Hébert
Waggonner Breaux

Wydler
Scheuer

Murphy,
Dellums
Roybal
Wiggins

Boggs
Passman Long,

Wolff
Chisholm

John M.
Stark
Rousselot Hinshaw

Treen
Moore
Gillis W.
Koch
Gilman

Walsh
Edwards, Don Bell
Wilson, Bob

Rangel

McHugh Horton Ryan Burke, Van Deerlin

MAINE

Abzug
Stratton

Conable McCloskey Yvonne Burgener

Emery
Cohen

Badillo
Pattison

La Falce
Mineta
Hawkins

Bingham McEwen Nowak MARYLAND

Peyser

Mitchell, Kemp
COLORADO
Bauman Holt

Mitchell,
Ottinger

Donald J. Hastings Schroeder Johnson,

Long,
Spellman
Parren J.
Fish

Hanley
Wirth
James P.

Clarence D. Byron

Gude
Evans,
Armstrong
Sarbanes

NORTH CAROLINA
Frank E.

Jones,
Neal

Broyhill
CONNECTICUT

MASSACHUSETTS

Walter B. Preyer

Taylor,
Cotter
Giaimo
Sarasin

Conte
Harrington Heckler,
Fountain Rose

Roy A.
Dodd
McKinney Moffett

Boland

Macdonald, Margaret M. Henderson Hefner
Early
Torbert H. Burke,

Andrews, Ike Martin
DELAWARE

Drinan
O'Neill

James A.
du Pont (at large)

Tsongas
Moakley
Studds

NORTH DAKOTA

Andrews, Mark (at large)
FLORIDA

MICHIGAN
Sikes
Gibbons Burke,

Conyers
Traxler
Ford,

OHIO
Fuqua
Haley
J. Herbert Esch
Vander Jagt William D. Gradison Brown,

Stanton,
Bennett
Frey
Lehman
Brown, Garry Cederberg Dingell

Clancy

Clarence J. J. William Chappell Bafalis

Pepper
Hutchinson Ruppe

Brodhead

Whalen

Kindness Devine Kelly Rogers Fascell Vander Veen O'Hara

Blanchard

Guyer
Ashley

Mosher Young,

Carr
Diggs
Broomfield

Latta
Miller,

Seiberling C. W. Bill

Riegle
Nedzi

Harsha
Clarence E. Wylie

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OREGON Duncan,

Robert

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Broomfield

TENNESSEE Quillen

Evins, Joe L. Ford, Duncan, Fulton

Harold E. John J. Beard, Lloyd,

Robin L. Marilyn Jones, Ed

TEXAS
Patman

Eckhardt Burleson,
Wilson,
Brooks

Omar
Charles Pickle

Jordan
Collins,
Poage

Mahon
James M. Wright

Gonzalez Röberts Hightower Krueger Steelman Young, John Casey Teague

de la Garza Kazen Archer White

Milford

UTAH McKay

Howe

VERMONT
Jeffords (at large)

VIRGINIA
Dɔwning Daniel, Dan Harris
Whitehurst Rutler

Wampler
Satterfield Robinson Fisher
Daniel,
Robert W., Jr.

WASHINGTON
Pritchard McCormack Hicks
Meeds
Foley

Adams
Bonker

WEST VIRGINIA Mollohan Slack

Hechler, Ken Staggers

WISCONSIN
Aspin
Reuss

Cornell
Kastenmeier Steiger,

Kasten Baldus

William A. Zablocki Obey

ELECTION OF SPEAKER Mr. PHILLIP BURTON of California nominated Mr. CARL B. ALBERT, a Member-elect from the Third District of Oklahoma; and

Mr. ANDERSON of Illinois nominated Mr. JOHN J. RHODES, a Member-elect from the First District of Arizona.

The Clerk then appointed Mr. Hays of Ohio, Mr. DICKINSON of Alabama, Mrs. SULLIVAN of Missouri, and Mrs. HECKLER of Massachusetts, tellers to canvass the vote on the election of the Speaker.

Whereupon the House proceeded to vote for a Speaker.

[Roll No. 2]
The following Members-elect voted for
Mr. CARL B. ALBERT:
Abzug
Eilberg

Long, Md.
Adams
English

McCormack
Addabbo

Evans, Colo. McDonald Alexander Evans, Ind. McFall Ambro

Evins, Tenn. McHugh
Anderson, Fascell

McKay
Calif.
Fisher

Macdonald
Andrews, N.C. Fithian

Madden
Annunzio Flood

Maguire
Ashley
Florio

Mahon
Aspin
Flowers

Mann
AuCoin
Flynt

Matsunaga
Badillo
Foley

Mazzoli
Baldus

Ford, Mich. Meeds Barrett

Ford, Tenn. Melcher Baucus

Fountain Metcalfe
Beard, R.I. Fraser

Meyner
Bedell
Fulton

Mezvinsky
Bennett
Fuqua

Mikva
Bergland
Gaydos

Milford
Bevill
Giaimo

Miller, Calif.
Biaggi
Gibbons

Mineta
Bingham Ginn

Minish
Blanchard Gonzalez Mink
Blouin
Green

Mitchell, Md.
Boggs
Haley

Moakley
Boland
Hall

Moffett
Bolling

Hamilton Mollohan
Bonker
Hanley

Montgomery
Bowen

Hannaford Moorhead, Pa. Brademas Harkin

Morgan Breaux

Harrington Moss
Breckinridge Harris

Motti
Brinkley
Hawkins

Murphy, Ill.
Brodhead Hayes, Philip H. Murphy, N.Y.
Brooks

Hays, Wayne L. Murtha Brown, Calif. Hébert

Natcher Burke, Calif. Hechler, W. Va. Neal Burke, Mass. Hefner

Nedzi Burleson, Tex. Helstoski

Nichols
Burlison, Mo. Henderson Nix
Burton, John L. Hicks

Nolan
Burton, Phillip Hightower Nowak
Byron
Holland

Oberstar
Carney

Holtzman Obey
Carr
Howard

O'Hara
Casey
Howe

O'Neill
Chappell Hubbard Ottinger
Chisholm Hughes

Passman
Clay
Hungate

Patman
Collins, Ill. Ichord

Patten
Conyers
Jacobs

Patterson, Calif.
Corman
Jarman

Pattison, N.Y. Cornell Jenrette

Pepper Cotter

Johnson, Calif. Perkins D'Amours Jones, Ala. Pickle Daniel, Dan Jones, N.C. Pike Daniels,

Jones, Okla. Poage
Dominick V. Jones, Tenn. Preyer
Danielson Jordan

Price
Davis
Karth

Randall
de la Garza Kastenmeier Rangel
Delaney
Kazen

Rees
Dellums
Keys

Reuss
Dent

Kluczynski Richmond
Derrick
Koch

Riegle
Diggs
Krebs

Risenhoover
Dingell
Krueger

Roberts
Dodd
LaFalce

Rodino
Downey

Landrum Roe
Downing Leggett

Rogers
Drinan
Lehman

Roncalio
Duncan, Oreg. Levitas

Rooney
Early
Litton

Rose
Eckhardt Lloyd, Calif. Rosenthal
Edgar

Lloyd, Tenn. Rostenkowski Edwards, Calif. Long, La. Roush

The following Members-elect voted for Mr. JOHN J. RHODES: Abdnor Frenzel

Myers, Ind. Anderson, Ill. Frey

Myers, Pa. Andrews, Gilman

O'Brien
N. Dak. Goldwater Pettis
Archer

Goodling Peyser
Armstrong Gradison Pressier
Ashbrook Grassley Pritchard
Bafalis
Gude

Quie
Bauman Guyer

Quillen Beard, Tenn. Hagedorn Railsback Bell

Hammer- Reguia Biester

schmidt Rinaldo Hansen

Robinson Brown, Mich. Harsha

Rousselot Brown, Ohio Hastings Ruppe Broyhill

Heckler, Mass. Sarasin Buchanan Heinz

Schneebeli
Burgener Hillis

Schulze
Burke, Fla. Hinshaw Sebelius
Butler
Holt

Shriver
Carter
Horton

Shuster
Cederberg Hutchinson Skubitz
Clancy
Hyde

Smith, Nebr.
Clausen,
Jeffords

Snyder
Don H.

Johnson, Colo. Spence
Clawson, Del Johnson, Pa. Stanton,
Cleveland Kasten

J. William
Cochran
Kelly

Steeiman
Cohen
Kemp

Steiger, Ariz.
Collins, Tex. Ketchum Steiger, Wis.
Conable

Kindness Symms
Conian

Lagomarsino Talcott
Conte
Latta

Taylor, Mo.
Coughlin Lent

Thone
Crane
Lott

Treen
Daniel, Robert Lujan

Vander Jagt W., Jr.

McCiory Walsh Derwinski McCloskey Wampler Devine

McCollister Whalen Dickinson McDade

Whitehurst Duncan, Tenn. McEwen

Wiggins du Pont

McKinney Wilson, Bob
Edwards, Ala. Madigan

Winn
Emery
Martin

Wydler
Erlenborn Michel

Wylie Esch

Miller, Ohio Young, Alaska Eshleman Mitchell, N.Y. Young, Fia. Fenwick

Moore Findley

Moorhead, Fish

Calif. Forsythe Mosher

WYOMING

Roncalio (at large) The rollcall having been completed, the Clerk announced that 432 Memberselect had answered to their names, a quorum.

CREDENTIALS OF RESIDENT COMMISSIONER

ELECT AND DELEGATES-ELECT The Clerk made the following statement:

The Clerk wishes to state that credentials are on file showing the election of the Honorable JAIME BENITEZ as Resident Commissioner from the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the election of the Honorable WALTER E. FAUNTROY as Delegate from the District of Columbia, the election of the Honorable ANTONIO BORJA

Answered presentAlbert

Rhodes The roll having been completed, the Clerk announced that the tellers had reached an agreement; that the total number of votes cast were 432, of which number Mr. CARL B. ALBERT received 287; Mr. JOHN J. RHODES, 143.

Mr. CARL B. ALBERT of Oklahoma, having received 287 votes, being the largest number cast for any Memberelect, and a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared by the Clerk to have been duly elected Speaker of the House of Representatives for the 94th Congress.

The Clerk announced the appointment of Mr. RHODES, Mr. O'NEILL, Mr. MICHEL, Mr. PHILLIP BURTON, and Mr. STEED to escort the Speaker to the Chair.

The SPEAKER was escorted to the chair by said committee and, following

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