It tells you that it is available in
- H.R. Doc. No. 360. I believe that number is specific to the 1931-2 Congress.
- Which is printed in "75 Cong. Rec. 15040, 15041".
The Congressional Record is a publication. You should be able to go to a US library and take out Rec. 15040, 15041 of the Congressional Record for the 75th Congress. They may not let you take it out of the library, but they should let you read it in the library.
- The date should be on or soon after July 11, 1932.
Since 1995 the Congressional Record is online, so you could look there for recent messages. But for this older stuff, I think that you would need to find the actual publication.
If you are in the United States, call your local library and ask them where such documents would be kept locally. I would expect most major cities to have at least one library with a copy of the Congressional Record. You also might check the local law school.
If there's nothing local to you, there may be an interlibrary loan program that would photocopy the relevant portion for a fee.
If all else fails, call the Library of Congress and ask them.