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Order, questions of—Continued
References-

House bill (H.R. 12391) read twice but not
referred should. upon Objection to further
proceeding thereon, be referred to a com-
mittee and not placed on the calendar—

Debated - Withdrawn . ._ .. .. .----

House bill 111R. 3460), similar point of order
raised and submitted to Senate. but no further
action thereon----------__. "___..- --_--

Reorganization plan pending before a committee.
the Vice President held that a Senator who
was opposed to the plan “as eligible to make
a motion to discharge the committee from a
resolution of disapproval .............. ___-

Resolution not on calendar but in Senate commit-
tee, the Presiding Officer held that a motion
to consider it was not in order ........... ..

Voting-—

Division vote not in order after announcement
by Chair that the amendment had bten agreed
toon a viva voce vote; sustained ~.... ..

Vote on final passage of a bill having been or-
dered by unanimous consent. motion to re-
commit bill not in order: sustained--. _._ . __,

Ore carriers. constniction-ASee SJ. Res. 160, 166.)
Oregon—

Baker Federal reclamation project. construction—
<See H.R. 575.)

Crooked River Federal reclamation project, exten-
sion—‘See H.R. 7811.)

Middle Fork. Hood River. watershed protectiom-

Quincy Columbia Bruin Irrigation District. Oilum-
bia Basin project, amendatory repayment
contract. approval—(See H.R. 11165.)

Senators from—

Morse. Wayns-isee Morse, Wayne.)

Neuberger, Mrs. Maurine B.—'See Neuberger.
Mrs. Maurine B.)

Organize. define term—‘See R R 3247.)

Ornamental designs, protecting author—18cc S.
1884.)

Oriskany Battlefield National Historic Site, establish-
mil—‘$00 S. 2995.)

Oriten. Gerald A.—t(See S. 2924,)

Ormonde. Jacinto Machado—(See HR. 1435.)

O'Rourke, Mrs. Mary El—‘See HR 3624.)

Oroville-Tonasket unit. Okanogan-Similkameen divi-
sion. Chief Joseph Dam project. Wash, con-
struction—‘See S. 1060.)

Orr. Joan Rosa—‘See H.R. 10605)

Ortiz. Dr. Serafln 'Ii—(See H.R. 5324 )

O‘Sorio. Anthony E -iSee H R. 9587,)

Otsu. Yasuko—isee S. 1560.)

"Our P'laiz." printing copies of—(See R. Con. Res.
408)

Outdoor recreation—(See Recreation-Outdoor.)

Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act of 1953. administra-
tion. report- .----___--.--_-_ -

Outlet Stores. Inc—(See H.R. 1696 )

Overseas Aid Week—(See Voluntary Overseas Aid
Week.)

Owens. Seymour K.—l See 8. 2928.)

Oyster-

Planters, extending benefits for production dis-
aster loans-(See HR. 946.)

Production. promoting—(See RR. 7336.)

Oyunciyan, Ahsabet—tSee H.R. 3822.)

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---.-- --.__

1)

Pacific Area Command—(See Department of De-
fense—Pacific.)

Pacific coast shipbuilding subsidy elimination—)See
H.R. 1159.)

Page

466

332

555

475

14

Parr
Paciilc .\larine Fisheries Commission. annual report - 404
Pacific Marine Fisheries Compact amending—“See S
3431.)
Paciilc Northwest electric consumers. first call on
electric energy in that region—‘See S. 3153 )
Draft of proposed legislation .................. ..
Padilla. Elizabeth J.—lSee 8. 3140.)
Padre Island National Seashore. establishing—(See
8.4.)
Pagano. Stella Rosa—I See H R. 7437.)
Pagdilao. Felipe O.--iSee S 2147.)
Pakistan-
Agricultural agreements -
Destroyer, proposed loan of, to _ _ .__-----
Film of visit by wife of President to—tSee 8. Cort
Res. 84.)
Pan.Lily Juniz-hua-tSeeS 2761.)
Panama hats—(See Hats--Panama.)
Panama Canal—
Canal Zone citizenship certificates, issuance—
tSee ll R. 9351 )
Canal Zone Government. audit ............... -_ 12,
Capacity and security. increasing—
Draft of proposed legislation ............... --
Study—i See 8. 3508.)
Canal Zone Government-
Communications from, transmitting Tl‘;)l‘."..\ by,
on—
Appropriations. overobligation- - - - .... - -
Claims paid, reports-.-------_----__-__---- 437
Panama Canal Company, audit.----- ............ _- 12, 299
Pang. Richard—‘See S 3709 )
Paptvorth. Mary J—lSee 11 R. 11334)
Paraguay, agricultural agreements _______ -_.__--__-- 8
Paralyzed Veterans of America, incorporatins—lSw
S. 2941.)
Paris-‘SM American Hospital )
Particleboard, Clasflflt‘tlllOli—‘SH? H R. 12242 )
Partnership—See Uniform partnership.)
Pascopoulos. Pagona—‘See R R 3719 )
Passenger-carrying motor vehicles, purchased for use
of Federal Government. safety standards-
ISee H R. 1341.)
Pastore, John 0 ‘Senator from the State of Rhode
Island)-
Attended------------------._ -----------.----- 1
Conferee, appointed as ...... -- 201, 422. 441, 446, 671 681
Funeral committee appointment--. . . _--_- 427
Pate, Lt Col. James Murray ldeceased) and .\fal. Billie
Harold Lynch (deceasem—tsee S. 1781.)
Patent—
Automatic fire alarm. extension oil—‘See Inven-
(10115; S 3701..)
Fees payable for—'See S. 2225)
lnterferences, public notice of—~See H R 12513 )
Draft of proposed legislation - -- . . .- . . . ._
Oath of applicant—‘See S. 2639.)
Report on .................................. -- 241
Paterson, Mrs. Leslie .\1 . Janet, and Mary-Ree H R
1469 )
Patrick. Rattle and Joseph, Sr., and others— See 8 R.
4635 )
Pay—‘See atso Equal Pay Act.)
Hazardous duty, establishment of in certain
cases—‘See H R. 2079.)
Statutory salaries, determination and annual re-
view of—tSee 8.3601.)
Peace Corps—(See S. 2935: H R 10700.)
Accomplishments. resolution commending Sena-
tor Yarborough and the administration in .
Annual report ........................ ..-. .... .. 434
Expansion. message from the President on .... -- 117
Purposes, resolution favoring ................. __ 97
Voting of members, provide for-(See S 3782 )

464.)

.----|..

181

‘284

Peace Corps Act—(See S. 2935, S. 3782; HR. 10700.) Page
Peace formula, petition for ______________________ __ 3'70
Peace Officers Memorial Day, to proclaim—(See S.J.
Res. 167.)
Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week, desig-
nation of—(See H.J. Res. 730.)
Peaches, marketing order funds—(See S. 3021, S.
3022.)
Pears, marketing order funds—(See S. 3021, S. 3022.)
Pearson, James B. (Senator-designate from the State
of Kansas) ——
Committee assignments—(See S. Res. 292, S. Res.
363.)
Joint Committee on the Library, member—( See
S. Res. 300.)
Resigned—(See S. Res. 372.)

Credentials presented and oath administered____ 69
Pecoraro, P. J ., and others—(See S. 2912; HR. 10242.)
Pedersen, Ejnar Christian—( See S. 3186.)

Pell, Claiborne deB. (Senator from the State of Rhode
Island)—
Attended ___________________________________ __ 1
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Confer-
ence, appointed member _________________ __ 109

Conferee, appointed as _____________________ __ 88, 120

Peng, Dr. Tzycheng—(See S. 1791.)

Peng, Yao—(See S. 2647.)

Penitentiaries—
Report on ___________________________________ __ 370
Study, authorizing-( See S. Res. 266.)

Pennsylvania-

Alvin R. Bush Dam, designating—(See HR. 6676.)

Boundaries, reestablishing—( See S. 2752.)

Brandywine Creek, watershed protection _______ __ 476

Federal medical school in Pittsburgh, resolution

on establishment of _____________________ __ 123
French Creek Basin, printing review of report on_ 284
House of Representatives of the State of—

Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from—

Milk, atomic energy explosions on, resolution

favoring effects of, being extracted before

sold ___________________________________ __ 140
Pittsburgh, resolution favoring establishing

medical school in ______________________ __ 93

Telephones, Interstate Highway System

rights-of-way, resolution favoring erec-
tion ___________________________________ __ 140

Independence National Historical Park, Phila-

delphia, land addition—(See S. 783.)

Kaercher Creek, watershed protection ________ __ 475

Kettle Creek Dam, change name—( See HR. 6676.)

Lackawanna River. interim report ____________ __ 607

Legislature of the State of—

Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from—
Federal medical school in Pittsburgh, reso—
lution on establishment of _____________ __ 123

Women, equal rights for, resolution ________ __ 16
Passenger rail transportation system, compact to

establish—(See S.J. Res. 194.)

Philadelphia, designating as site of the world’s

fair commemorating the signing of the Dec-

laration of Independence—(See S.J. Res.

203.)

Resolution for _____________________________ __ 243

Pittsburgh, resolution favoring establishing med-

ical school in ____________________________ __ 93
Sandy Creek, watershed protection ____________ __ 476
Senate of the State of—

Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from—

Public Works—

Antirecession, resolution favoring _____ -_ 140,145
Projects, resolution favoring President’s
program on _______________________ __ 140, 145

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Pennsylvania—Continued
Senators f rom—
Clark, Joseph S., Jr.—(See Clark, Joseph 5.. Jr.)
Scott, Hugh—(See Scott, Hugh.)
Tocks Island National Recreation Area, estab-
lishing-—( See S. 3530.)
Pension plans, voluntary, establishment of by self-
employed individuals—(See HR. 10.)
Pericle, Paul J .—(See HR. 8482.)
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act,
(See S. 1037.)
Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial
National Monument, change name and ac-
quire land—(See S. 3478.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __
Pershing County Water Conservation District, Hum-
boldt project, Nevada, deferment of repay-
ment installment, report _________________ -_
Personal and household effects, extending free im-
portation of, brought into United States under
Government orders—(See H.R. 12180.)
Petersburg National Battlefield—(See HR. 10276.)
Draft of proposed legislation _________________ __
Petersburg National Military Park, change name—( See
HR. 10276.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __
Petrified wood, to exclude from mining laws—l See S.
2974; HR. 10540.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ -_
Petroleum imports, small business problems created by,
printing hearings on—(See H. Con. Res. 454.)
Petrucci, Enrico—(See S. 3419.)
Phi Beta Kappa Society, key, insignia, name; improper
use of—(See S. 3612.)
Philippines—(See H.R. 11721.)
Payment to—(See S. 3329.)
Communications relating to ________________ __
Veterans hospitalization, extension of program
for—(See S. 3373.)
War damage claims—
Memorial __________________________________ __
Resolution ________________________________ __
Phillips, Dr. P., Foundation, of Orlando, Fla., convey-
ance to, of phosphate rights—(See S. 2671;
HR. 9593.)
Phonograph records bearing forged or counterfeit
labels, penalties for trafficking—(See H.R.
11793.)
Phosphate, conveyance of rights in lands—(See S.
3171.)
Picchione, Pierino Renzo—( See HR. 5610.)
Piccioni, ElisabettaP—(See HR. 7777.)
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Mich.,
lishing—(See S. 3364.)
Pike National Forest, land additions—(See S. 3112.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __
Pipeline carriers, valuations of properties of, report__
Pires, Eduardo—(See S. 2798.)
Pirotta, Anthony—(See HR. 6998.)
Placidi, Maurizio—( See HR. 6653.)
Playa del Rey Inlet and Harbor, Calif., change name—
(See HR. 157.)
Plowman, Robert T., and Lucy P. Munro, gratuity to—
(See S. Res. 340.)
Plymouth Harbor, Mass, review ___________________ __
Point Reyes National Seashore, Calif, establishing—
( See S. 476.)
Poland—
Agricultural agreements concluded with _______ __
Warsaw Ghetto uprising against Nazis, designat-
ing day for observance—(See S.J. Res. 179.)
Police, improving education, training, and recruit-
ment—(See S. 2984.)

1930—

estab-

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505

93
93

104

293

315
407

178
19

504

290

- Rural delivery service. l't‘vleili' ______ ,.

Policemen and F‘iretnen's Retirement and Disability
Act—isee HR. 6836.)
Policemen and Piremen's Retirement and Disability
Act Amendments of 1957—(See S. 1918.)
Police Gazetttgisee National Police Gazette.)
Polish Legion of American Veterans, charter. resolu-
tion for-.------ ---------- - - _ --- - - - __-"-.-
Polkowska. Mary Elizabeth Sidor—‘Sec S. 1520.)
Pollution—
Air-
Control program. extend and strengthen-(See
S. 3686. S. 3784.)
Hearings on. hold—(See S. 455.)
Report.__--_.-... . _- ---
Printing—(See H. Con. Res. 480.)
River. court jurisdiction—(See H R 10617.)
Poor Tom's Last Shift—isee District of Columbia-—
Army Distal! Foundation )
Pope. Allen—iSee S. 3690.)
Post Ofnce Department—iSee also Postmaster Gen-
eral.)
Annual report. . .. ..... .- _.~ ._
Appropriations—(See H.R. 10526.)
Notice of motion to suspend rules ........... --
Automatic data processing activities. review--- . _ .
Buildings or improvements. construction con-
tracts—iSce S. 3301.)

Compensatory time. payment for unused. to de-
ceased employees—(See H.R. 7061.)

Contract mail routes. extending. draft of proposed
legislation . , .

Contracts negotiated by--- _ _

Cost ascertainment report . --------------

Damage to personal property—(See H.R. 7532.)

Davis-Bacon Act—iSee S. 3301.)

Experimental mail-processing plant. Providence,
111.. review..-
. .--._-__--___-_

Fourth class mail. writing or printing on—iSee
H.R. 7559.)

Highway transportation activities. review---" ..-

Lease and lease-purchase agreements—‘See S.
3218.)

Longevity step increases for employees. increas-
ing—‘See S. 2712.)

Losses in. authorizing relieving employees for—
(See S. 3069.)

Draft of proposed legislation ............... --
Money Order Center, Kansas City. Mo . review- _-
Pay for employees—(Sec S 3029; H R 10265 )
Postal rates survey- _. .. _ .. -. _
Postmaster's and employees. nuthorin-d to f't‘llt't't‘

for losses— (See S. 3069.)
Draft of proposed legislation. . ____-

>___ J---- -»-~-----

Salary increases—(See S. 3029; H.R. 10265.)
Stopwatches—iSee Work measuring devices.

infra.)
'I‘hird class mail. writing or printing on—)See H.R.
7559.)
Work measuring devices. prohibition of use in—
iSee S. 3355.)
Postage Revision Act of l962—iSee H.R. 7927.)
Postal—
Rates-
Increase—‘See HR. 7927.)
Survey--." _ _ ............................ - -
Service—
Air—
Package rates to Army post offices overseas.
petition praying reduction _ . - ....__~ ._
Transportation of mail—‘See S. 3553.)
Codify public laws relating to—isee H.R.

10432.)
Communist political propaganda. denying car-
riage of—iSee 8. 2738.8. 2740: HR. 7927.)

_.___________ 13.221,

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Postal—Continued
Service—
Congressional frank mail. repeal—(See S. 2783 -
Contract mail routes. extend—‘Sec H R 10936 )
Election boards. registration commissions. po-
litical parties. providing free mailing ‘is’. serv-
ices to—iSee 8.3486.)
Matter previously transmitted in the mails
mailed as third-class or fourth~class mail—
iSee S. 2868.)
Ocean mail transportation-tset- Ocean mail
transportation.)
Pay for employees—18cc S 3029, H R. 10265 )
Private carriage of letters and packets. to per-
mit—iSce S. 3435.)
Puerto Rico. mail transportation, draft of pro-
posed legislation .......... --- ........... --
Rates, adjusting—)See H R. 7927.)
Rural carriers, substitute. resolution favoring
pension system for ...... --.---. ......... --
Salary increases-—¢Sec S 3029: H R 10265 )
Second-class mail, filing of information relat-
ing to—iSce H R. 10696)
Stamps—
Amelia Earhart. honoring memory of—(Sw
S. 3524.)
Armory Show of 1913. commemorating 50th
anniversary—1 See S 3809 )
Ferra, Father J., to commemorate anniver-
sary of birth_ resolution ............... --
Fort Scott. Kans. to commemorate the cen-
tennial of the national cemetery at—iSee
S. 3433.)
Garden Club of America. issuance of to com-
mcmoratc—lSee S. 2693.)
Gershwin. George, recognizing
of the death of—'Sce S. 3132)
Eisenhower, Dwight David—ilSee S. 2781.)
Hoover, Herbert Clark—See S 2781.)
Natchitochcs. La. resolution to 5.5110. to Com-
memorate the founding
Tournament of Roses. resolution favoring
issuance ------ . _ _ _.
‘human. Harry S.—) See S. 2781.)
US. frigate Constellation, to issue ii .\Plffllz
postage stamp to commemorate the an-
niversary of the launching of lhP‘SM S.
2914 )
University of Kansas. 100th anniversary.
commemorating—(See S 3753 )
Star routes. transportation by air aithin Piicrln
Rico—18cc HR. 11951)
Transportation—‘See S. 3187;
Postal Employees’ Salary Act of 1962—
HR. 10265.)
Postmaster General—(Sec also Post Office Depart-
ment.)
Communications from. transmitting—
Proposed legislation. drafts of—
Contract mail routes. extending ........ --
Post Office Department, losses in, authorizing
relieving employees for ................ -.
Puerto Rico. mail transportation .......... --
Reports by.on—
Post Office Department—
Annual . . _ . _ . _.
Cost ascertainment ............... .. ....
Postal rates survey ......... -.
Potatoes. Irish,marketing quotas on-iSeeS 3050 )
Potomac Electric Co.. communication. report on bal-
ance sheet ........................ _-
Potomac River Compact of 1958. consent of Con-
gress—1 See HJ. Res. 659.)
Potterbaum. Mai. Leonard H._i.See H R 9059 )
Poulias. Dr. George E —-)See 8. 3067.)

anniversary

- a-‘ - --o-----o----

HR 6695.)
‘See S. 3029,

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Poultry— Page President of the United States—Continued Page
Diseased, interstate transportation—(See S. 3120.) Messages and communications from, transmit-

Draft of proposed legislation _______________ __ 180
Industry, printing hearings on problems in—(See
H. Con. Res. 419.)
Poultry Products Inspection Act—(See H.R. 7866.)
Pounders, Bobby G.—(See S. 2787.)
Powerlines—(See Electric energy.)
Prayers—
Freedom of—(See S. Res. 356.)
Offering in schools, permitting—(See S.J. Res.
204, S.J. Res. 205, S.J. Res. 206, S.J. Res. 207;
S. Con. Res. 81.)
Memorial _______________________________ _- 351, 363
Resolutions _____ __ 366, 370, 404, 406,410,438, 453, 626
Presidency, threats against successors to the, penal-
ties—(See H.R. 6691.)
President and Vice President—
Campaign costs, recommendations on commission
on—(See S.J. Res. 193, S.J. Res. 196.)
Message from the President on _____________ __ 289
Contributions and expenditures of persons seeking
office, reporting and dissemination of—(See
S. 3487.)
Equal opportunity requirements, suspend for
nominees—(See S. 3434; S.J. Res. 193, S.J.
Res. 196.)
Message from the President on _____________ __ 289
Inability, providing for—(See S. 3463.)
Time provision of the Communications Act, sus-
pension—(See S.J. Res. 209.)
President of the United States—(See also White
House.)
Address to joint session ______________________ __ 3
Armed Forces—

Communist buildup in Cuba, use of to deal
with—(See S. Res. 396.)

Employ to protect the peace and security of the
United States and the free world, authority
to—(See S.J. Res. 225, S.J. Res. 227.)

Congress, adjourn—(See Committee, joint—Con-
gress.)

Disapprovals—( See Reports by, on—Disapprovals,
infra.)

Executive Office—

Bureau of the Budget—(See Bureau of the
Budget.)

Council of Economic Advisers—(See Council of
Economic Advisers.)

National Aeronautics and Space Council—(See
National Aeronautics and Space Council.)

Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization—(See
Oflice of Civil and Defense Mobilization.)

Ofiice of Emergency Planning-

Communications from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of—

Defense Production Act of 1950 _______ -_ 220
Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950 ______ __ 216
Reports by, on-
Defense Production Act, borrowing au-
thority under ____________________ __ 10,168
Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization,
annual ____________________________ __ 228
Stockpiling program _____ __ 9, 162, 302,315,570
Copper needs in stockpile, review _________ __ 570
Stockpile excess, report __________________ __ 302
Messages and communications from, transmit-
ting—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—
Coal pipeline carriers, construction _______ __ 161
Communications Satellite Act of 1962 _____ __ 80
Personal income tax rates, reduction of____ 238
Virgin Islands, self government ___________ __ 200

Withholding of pay for dues to organizations- 220

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ting-

Reports by, on—
Aeronautics and space activities __________ __ 57
Agricultural-
Commodities, disposal of surplus _______ __ 200
Program ______________________________ __ 60
Alaska Communication System ___________ __ 292
Appropriations—
Supplemental estimate—
Claims and judgments against United
States ___________________________ __ 189,730
Department of Agriculture ___________ __ 671
Department of Commerce ______ __ 422,652,730
Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare ___________________________ __ 652
Department of Labor ______________ __ 242,652
Department of State _________________ _- 602
Department of the Army, Corps of
Engineers _________________________ __ 602

Department of the Interior__ 220, 602,652,671

Department of Justice _______________ __ 184
District of Columbia _________________ __ 403
Executive branch ____________________ __ 184
General Services Administration ____ -_ 475,681
Judiciary ____________________________ __ 422
Library of Congress _________________ __ 299
Legislative branch ___________________ __ 228
Public works acceleration ____________ __ 573
Small Business Administration _______ __ 652
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency___-_ 68
Balance of payments problem of the United
States _________________________________ __ 174
Belgium, atomic cooperation agreement for
mutual defense ________________________ __ 289
Bretton Woods Agreements Act ___________ _- 63
Budget __________________________________ __ 25
Civil Service Commission, annual _________ __ 19
Commission on International Rules of Judi-
cial Procedure, annual _________________ __ 122
Consumers interest ______________________ __ 147
Department of Agriculture, Commodity Cred-
it Corporation _________________________ __ 124
Department of Commerce, Coast and Geo-
detic Survey, appropriation provision, sur-
vey ship construction __________________ __ 652
Department of Defense, appropriations, re-
search grants in _______________________ __ 262
Department of Health, Education, and Wel-
fare, Public Health Service, Surgeon Gen-
eral, annual report ____________________ __ 180
Department of Justice, Oflice of Alien Prop-
erty, annual ___________________________ __ 406
Department of the Army, reorganization___'_ 24
Department of the Interior, Oflice of Minerals
Exploration, semiannual __________ __ 22,109,700
Disapprovals—(See also Vetoes, infra.)
H.R. 1616 _____________________________ __ 802
H.R. 3131 _____________________________ __ 803
H.R. 4670 _____________________________ __ 802
H.R. 8938 ______________________________ __ 802
H.R. 9285 _____________________________ __ 803
H.R. 12701 ____________________________ __ 802
Disaster relief ___________________________ __ 246
District of Columbia
Federal Office buildings in ______________ __ 293
Schoolchildren, regulation of fares for
transportation _______________________ __ 323
Economic ________________________________ -_ 37
Education program ______________________ __ 72
Employee development and training in Fed-
eral Civil Service fiscal year 1961 _______ __ 210

Federal Reserve System, reforms for ______ __

215

\VlIO'S visit to India and Pakistan. film of—iSee
S. Con. Res. 84 )

President of the United States—Continued Pace '
Messages and communications from, transmit-
ting

Reports by.on—

Food for peace program ....... -- . ________ -_ 487
Foreign economic and military assistance

program ......... - -. .................. -- 142
Health program_--_-_---.-- ---__----___-- 109
Housing and Home Finance Agency. annual 19. 437
International Atomic Energy. US. participa-

tion, annual-- --.. .-..-_---- ....... -- 553
International Cultural Exchange and Trade

Pair Participation Act of 1956. annuaL--- 43
Land conservation fund- -. - - . . _ _-_--------- 187
Lend-lease operations---.- _----__-----..-- 7,259
Maritime industry, labor dispute ......... -- 43
Minerals. exploration for, encouraging"--- 22.116
Mutual Security program ................ _- 307
National Aeronautics and Space Administra-

tion. activities and accomplishments--- 369,632
National Capital Housing Authority, annuaL- 453
National Science Foundation, annun1----_ _ 43
National Security Act of 1947.- . . . . . . . ._ 24
Natural resources conservation--- 113
Peace Corps-—

Annual"--- .......~ .. ---_-
___- 434

Expansiom-
.. _ . . . . -_ .-
11';
President and Vice President. campaign costs,

recommendations on commission on--_--_ 289
Property. real. Federally owned- _ . . _ -_ - ---- 249
Public Welfare program -. --.----. 66
Public Works . . . _ . _ . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ . . _ _ _ . . _ . -_ 96
Railroad Retirement Board _ ___- 204
Reciprocal trade agreements program. 46
Reorganization Plan No. l of 1962. Depart-

ment of Urban Alfairs and Housing. estab-

lishing .......... -- .. ._ 54
Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1962, science

technology. reorganizations in the field of .. 176
Research and development. Government con-

tracting . _ . _ . _ -. -. . _ .. 228
St. Lawrence Seaway de\ elopment corpora-

tion _ . _ . . . .. . - - _ ___ 245
Salaries. increase in... ._ 100, 228

Estimatesofcosts . . ._ -_.-..-...----__ 127
Senior Citizens Act of 1962 .............. -_ 247
Small Business Act..-
.--___------- 126
StateoftheUnion.-.__.__..----.--.--.-___ 3

Notice of Joint session to deliver 2
Tariff Conference. reductions made . 124
‘bade agreements with European economic

community. United Kzngdom. Norway, and

Sweden . _ . . . . _ . _. 125
Transportatlon_---..-._-
_ 193
Unemployment compensation program -. 138. 201
United Nations-

Bonds . . _ . _ . . . . . . _ . . . _ . _ . . . _ . . . . . ._ . 53

US. participation . . . _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ . _ . . _ . . _ 147,444
US. Study Commission. Texas. final report 437
Vetoes—(See also Disapprovals, supra.)

S. 1934 . . _ . . .- .. .. . .--..--_----_-- 214

8. 521 _ - _ ................ -- 123

S 901- - . . . . _ . . . _ _ . . _ -- 802

S. 3350 .____ 364
Weather modification. annual . . .--_. 505

Transportation emergencies. authorizing Presi-

dent to take DORSPSSlOIl of, in—'See S 2799.)

Draft of proposed legislation . - . ___ 56
'Iransfer of power at end of term—(See S. 3485.)
Vetoes—45er- Reports by. on—\'etoes, supra.)

White House Police Force. increasing—‘See S.
3099,14 R. 11261.)
Draft of proposed legislation_--- _ .-____ 171

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Presidential—
Campaign Funds Reporting Act of 1962—‘See S

3487.)
Election day, resolution to declare a holiday .---

Regulation of employment—18cc 8 2765.)

Presidential Railroad Commission—-

Proposals for settlement of railroad dispute. me-
morial against- _ --. . . ---- ..-_---------..---
Report on gages and work disputes. memorial
against . . _ . .. . -

Presidential ‘Transition Act of 1962—‘See S 3485 )

Presidents of the United States-—

Inaugural addresses of, printing-‘See it OIL
Res. 451.)

Memorials to past. commission to formulate plans
for—(Sec SJ. Res. 183.)

Previous Question. the: Its standing its a precedent for
cloture in the Senate of the United States.
printing paper on ........................ --

Price—

Stabilization. promoting—‘See SJ Res. 159 )
Supports—
Resolution favoring present level .-.--... Dairy products. reduce expenditure for and dis-
courage production of excess supplies—‘See
S. 3655.)

Prices of hearing aids, report. printing of ....~ . . ----

Priest, J. Percy, Reservoir, Stones River. Tenn. re-
view ___ - . .- _

Prince William County, Va. sale of property owned by
the District of Columbia—‘See S 2785: HR
9699.)

Draft of protxised legislation ................ -. -

Prisoners—'See also Aliens—Prisoners.)

Convicted and confined—(See S. 3312 )
Discharged or paroled. increasing K.'l'.111'.)'—'$4‘1'
S 3103; H 1111017.)

--u- an. ---- ----1---——

Draft of proposed legislation . . . . ---" . .
Discharged or released—ism‘ S. 2966: H R 10493.
H R 11017.)

Draft of proposed legislation .-- --.
Private Lav-v 87-197, amrnd—- See if R 9777.)
Problems and Trends in Atlantic Partnership report
of a study of. pruning—1801' 8.116.381.)
Procurement--
Identical bids. fulfill-‘>15 of __---__---..-_-_-.---
Property and nonpersonal services by executive
agencies. draft of proposed legislation . . _ . - -
Progress. rrspoitszblv, resolution on the course Of- . - .-.
Prolect Rope. commendation of—ISee 8 Res 255.)
Property—tset- also Department of Agriculture—Prop-
erty: Department of DefermgPropt-rty; De-
partment of Health. Education. and Welfark
Property: General Services Administration—
Reports—Disposals; Veterans‘ Administra-
tion—Reports—Property.)
Acquisitions of emergency supplies and equipment.
report--- . . . . .-.-_--
_.
American. unlawful SPZZUH‘ by foreign govern-
ment. redreas ior—‘Sees. 3795..)
Personal. surplus—-
Donation—‘See S. 3581.)
Purchase, resolution on notice for ........ _- ..
Real—
(‘onveyance to former owner—‘See H R 137*.)
Elam-ments. authority of executive agencies to
grant—‘See 11 R 8355.)
Federally owned. message from the President
on-
.. Loans by financial institutions. COIICQ'YILZZJ—
(See 8. Res. 313.)
Surplus—-
Donations—(See HR. 11378.)
State parks and recreational areas. autizorzar...‘
disposal of. for—‘See 8.2724.)

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