Statement on the Disapproval of a Bill To Provide Appropriations for Executive Office and Independent Agencies
THE PRESIDENT said:
"The appropriation bills passed by the Congress when taking into account mere postponements to later deficiency bills show that the total appropriations for the next fiscal year were approximately $161 million above the President's recommendations. Of this increase, $130,900,000 is in the independent offices bill. The President is not signing this bill in order that it may be reviewed in the next session."
Note: Congress adjourned on March 4, 1933, resulting in a pocket veto of H.R. 14458.
On the same day, the White House issued a text of an "Analysis of Changes in the 1934 Budget Estimates Made by Congress in the Appropriation Acts so far as They Were Passed by the Congress."
Herbert Hoover, Statement on the Disapproval of a Bill To Provide Appropriations for Executive Office and Independent Agencies Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/208202