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Secretary of COUUDCIHOOUOUM PM!’ Secretary of Defense—Continued Pm
Communications from. transmitting— Communications from, transmitting—
Reports by. on— Reports by, on—

Commissary activities outside the United National industrial reserve. annual ........ -- 180
States. report .......................... -- 10 Research projects. installations and facilities

Department of Contmerce— for advances---"-----..--------------- 180.632
Annual--- .--_--. _-- _--.._----------- 87 1 Reserves, training of ..................... -- 22
Appropriations. overobligations ---------- 144 1 Voting assistance program------------------ 16
Maritime Administration .......... -- 10. 144.294 ' Secretary of Health. Education. and Welfara-isee
Tort claims paid ...................... -- 681 also Department of Health. Education, and
Weather Bureau. thunderstorms, study of-_ 56 Welfare.)

Export. control .................. -- 10, 127, 296. 521 Communications from. transmitting-

Poreign Trade Zones Board. annual ....... -- 180 Proposed legislation. drafts of—

Insurance; Adult Literacy Act of 1962 ................ -- 81
Aviation war risk ............... -_ 10. 58,223,496 Department of Health, Education, and Wei-

War risk and marine and liability" 10.93.226.460 fare—

International Labor Conference, convention Food and Drug Administration. leitialltlt‘e
and recommendation ................... __ 257 authorization .................. ------- 767

Maritime Administration. sale of ships ____ __ 460 Office of Education. authority relating to--- 565

Scientific research grants to various unlver- Public Health Service;-
sities, annual___-_.--_--_----_-___-_____- 496 Legislative authorization ............. -- ‘I 1

Secretary of Defense—(See also Department of De- Organization flexibility .............. -- 339

fense, Department of the Air Force: Depart- Per diem allowances to officers ........ -- 38

ment of the Army; Department of the Navy; Education. elementary and secondary, :mprm -

Secretary of the Air Force; Secretary of the ing--. . .......-------------------.-- 61

Army; Secretary of the Navy.) Exceptional Children Act ............... --- 315

Antietam-South Mountain Centennial Associa- Medicine and detitLstf)‘, Krtitlp facilities. a-
tion, Inc., loan of equipment to—iSee 8.3653.) nancint: cost of construction and equipping - 505
Claims settlement—‘See HR. 310, HR. 9459.) Nelson, Robert O. and Harold E Johnson--- 554

mumcwons rmm-umnung— Public assistance and child welfare services
Proposed legislation. drafts of— prowms _________ __ _ _____________ _7 64

Aircraft. missiles, and naval vessels, appro- socmlwcurm._
pmuom {or ""' """"""""""" " 31 Disability retroactzvzty _________________ -_ 335

Multan- constmcuon """""""""" " 9‘ Public fL'xSlSUlf'iCt‘ 339

Quarter allowances .................... __ 159 234 . """"""""" °""" ..

wdency requirements ' 23‘ vaccination Assistance Act of 1962 ....... -- ll.

""""""""" " Vocational Rehabilitation Act_-__--.-_-_- 222,240

Shelter space. public ..................... -- 93

Reports by. on— Report's by’ On—

Armed Forces, Reserves— Mm! ' """ "' """""""""""" " 329
Construction program for 1963, proposed 596 Cw“ Dflcm- ml‘dlcll stockpile Of emergency
Facilities, construction of---_ - .......... _- 536 wppms"" ' ' ' """'”””“.", 6" “a

Civil defense, contributions to the States .-- 43, 226 Dcpanmcm 0’ "um" Educ‘uon' “dW

Department of Defense— fare— _
Anmm1________ ___________ ___ _________ __ 81 Appropriations, overoblixations. ....... -- 210
Appropriations, overobligations ........ _- 64.226 Premiums Hosmuu' m" U" """" " 40
Comm‘? Medical! stockpile of civil defense emergency

supp ies ................. --. ........ -- 9 223

‘gm-“é """"""""""" '5' u 13678 Office of Education. report of Commissioner- 43

102. 18421053264362. 530.711. mpmy' mm‘ “d ‘"1 “"“lbu' ‘°
omce of CW“ Defense’ proper“, “qumuom educational and public health institutions

{or stockput _ 7__ _ _ __ _ ____ V _ ________ M5 and civil defense organization 14.97, 2'36v 475
Professional and scientific positions ,____ 81 To" dum‘ mm """"""""" '"'°'"' 95
mm_ Secretary of Labor—isee also Department of Labor.)

Acquisitions _________________________ __ 9' I“ COIDIDUJUCSUODS from. WIND‘—

Ploreian excess. personal, disposition- _ ___ 14 PM “swim-1°“ dum0'—

Real and person‘; of _________________ __ 9 Department of Labor. assaults and homicides- 561
Scientific research, funds for support of--- 171 mpmnh we "0“ PM “d 9mm1°"- 315
Stock funds and related consumer funds, Tcmpom' Unemployment Comma-“non 5

review ______________________________ __ ‘75 0! 1958 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - - - - - - . . - . . . . -- 210
Working capital funds. financial condition- 140 Um‘mw 5mm"? him "*4 Sim" M?‘- - 03

Department of the Air ForceL Reports b)‘. On—

Air National Guard— Fair Labor Standards Act .............. -- 65

General Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, Wis, Hotels and motels. wage survey .......... -- 117

request for approval of construction at V 294 Rl‘smllmu and food fl'fl'lfie enterprises.

Storage of ammunition for ___________ __ 247 Waste surveys ........................ -- 117
Annual _______________________________ __ 81 Union trusteeships, operation of_-----__---__ 633

Department of the Army, annual .......... -- 81 Secretary of State—'See also Department of State )

Department of the Navy— Communications from, transmitting-—

' Annual ............................... -- 81 Proposed legislation, drafts of-
Material loan. ........................ __ 9,102 Armed Forces. officers. appointment ....... -- 423

Destroyer, proposed loan of to Government of Communications Act of 1934 ........... -_ _ _- 228
Pakistan _- . .......................... -- 460 Convention for the Establishment of the

Gen. Douglas MacArthur, speech. dissemi- Inter-American Tropical ‘Dina Commission.
nation ................................ _- 404 extending ........... --- ............... -_ 225

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Secretary of State—Continued Page
Communications from, transmitting-—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—

Decorations, presents, and other things ten—
dered by foreign governments, authorizing
acceptance and wearing of _____________ __ 87

Department of State—

Assistant Secretary of State, appointing
additional ______ __. ___________________ __ 299
Foreign Service—
Ofiicers retired, employed as advisers to
foreign governments _______________ __ 229
Retirement and disability annuities_____ 236

District of Columbia, International Monetary
Fund Headquarters, expansion __________ __ 222

Foreign Service Act of 1946 _______________ __ 324

Jensen, Don C., and Bruce E. Woolner ____ __ 226

Nicaragua, Rama Road, appropriation for___ 104

United Nations, Food and Agriculture Organ-
izations, World Food Congress, appropria-
tion for _______________________________ __ 499

United Nations Participation Act _________ __ 127

Universal Military Training and Service Act_ 294

Visitors, protection of heads of foreign states- 222

Reports by, on—

Contributions to international organizations__ 335

Department of State—

Educational and cultural exchange pro-
grams _______________________________ __ 259

Property, foreign excess, disposal ________ __ 190

Tort claims paid _______________________ __ 229

International embargo list, changes in ____ __ 757

Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of
1951, operations under _________________ __ 168

United Nations—

Bonds ________________________________ __ 56

Conference of the Food and Agriculture
Organization, Rome, Italy, meeting ____ __ 16

Fiscal operations ______________________ __ 496

U.S. National Commission for the United Na-
tions Educational, Scientific, and Cultural
Organization, gifts and bequests received
and accepted __________________________ __ 757

Secretary of the Air Force—(See also Department of

Defense; Department of the Air Force; De-

partment of the Army; Department of the

Navy; Secretary of Defense; Secretary of the

Army; Secretary of the Navy.)

Claims settlement—(See H.R. 310, H.R. 9459.)
Communications from, transmitting—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—
Department of the Air Force—
Cuddeback Lake Air Force Range, Calif.,
withdrawal and reservation ___________ __ 423
Department of Commerce, Coast and Geo-
detic Survey, laws of relationship _____ __ 220
Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., lands within,
jurisdiction of lands within __________ __ 94

Missing Persons Act _____________________ __ 469

Transportation systems in national emer-
gency, President to control _____________ _- 56

Reports by, on—
Contracts, military construction __________ __ 9,223
Department of the Air Force-_-
Contracts, research and development ____ __ 168
Flight pay of oflicers ___________________ __ 19
Oflicers assigned to duty at the seat of Gov-
ernment _____________________ __ 9, 51, 226, 427
Reserve Ofiicers Training Corps, flight
training _____________________________ __ 19
Tort claims ___________________________ __ 469

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Secretary of the Army—( See also Department of De-
fense; Department of the Air Force; Depart-
ment of the Army; Department of the Navy;
Secretary of Defense; Secretary of the Air
Force; Secretary of the Navy.)

Claims settlement—(See H.R. 310, H.R. 9459.)
Communications from, transmitting—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—

Page

Canas, Leopoldo Rocha ___________________ __ 15
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.

medal, authorized to wear ______________ __ 222
Medals, relative to the awarding of certain--- 516
Nationals of the United States in foreign

countries, disposition of ________________ _- 10
Panama Canal, capacity and security, increas-

ing ___________________________________ _ _ 335
Ryukyu Islands, economic and social develop-

ment __________________________________ -_ 168
Servito, Teofilo Caoile ___________________ __ 81
Teachers, employment and compensation of- 305
Uniform Code of Military Justice, offenders

against ________________________________ __ 9
U.S. Code, title 10 _______________________ __. 226

Reports by, on—

Alameda Creek, Calif., review ____________ __ 561
Arkansas-Red River Basins, water quality

study, print review _____________________ __ 368
Boggy Creek, Fla, review _________________ __ 521
Broken Bow Reservoir, Mountain Fork River,

Okla., review __________________________ __ 602
Burns Creek Dam and Reservoir, Snake River,

Idaho _________________________________ __ 576
Camelsback Reservoir, Gila River, Ariz., re-

view __________________________________ __ 521
Canaveral Harbor, Fla, review ____________ __ 607
Carvers Harbor, Vinalhaven, Maine, review__ 445
Central and southern Florida project—

Shingle Creek Basin, Fla., interim ______ __ 607

South Dade County, Fla, review ________ __ 602
Contracts, military construction ___________ __ 9,681
Cutler drain area, Florida, review __________ __ 502

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General Staff, officers on duty____ 9, 144, 294, 508

Military construction contracts _________ __ 180
Officers on duty with _______________ __ 9, 144, 294
Reserve Ofiicers’ Training Corps, flight
training program ____________________ __ 43
Tort claims ___________________________ __ 15
Dorchester Bay and Neponset River, Mass,
review ________________________________ __ 521
Forest, land interchange jurisdiction ______ __ 220
French Creek Basin, Pa., printing review of__ 284
Gila River and tributaries downstream from
Painted Rock Reservoir, review ____ __ 445
Hugo Reservoir, Kiamichi River, Okla., review 607
J. Percy Priest Reservoir, Stones River, Tenn.,
review _________________________________ __ 332
Kansas River and tributaries, Kansas, Ne-
braska, and Colorado, review ___________ __ 478
Kaw Reservoir, Arkansas River, Okla., review- 607
Key West Harbor, Fla., print review of ____ __ 368
Lackawanna River, Pa., interim ___________ __ 607
Lake Kemp, Wichita River, Tex., review ____ __ 607
Noyo River and Harbor, Calif ., review _____ __ 478
Oakland Harbor, Calif ., Fruitvale Avenue
Bridge, review _________________________ __ 118
Plymouth Harbor, Mass., review __________ __ 504
Rio Grande and tributaries, Las Cruces, N.
Mex., review ___________________________ __ 445

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Adams National Historic Site, addition to.
acquisition of lands ................... --
Agricultural. public lands laws- ---- . _ . .----
Aliens. employment in scientific or technical
capacity----.--------
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Antietam National Battlefield Site, land
exchange ................... __
Capulin Mountain National
N. Mex. revise boundaries . -._----
Columbia Basin Irrigation District. contract
approval__----_.-----._-- ........... --
Crow Indian Reservation. land conveyance--
Department of the Interior—
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
appropriations ceiling. - ..... --
Devils Lake Sioux Tribe of Fort Tottem
Indian Reservation. N. Dnk . land donation
to...__....__.._...._. __-----_--_------
Edison Home National Historic Site. chaniite
name and accept donations ............. --
Five Forks Battlefield area. land acquisition-
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. N.C.,
land donations ........................ --
Guam, Organic Act. amending ............ ..-
Hawaiian Homes Commission Act. amend----
Internal Revenue Code of 1954 ........... --
Isle Royale National Park. authorizing addi-
tional lands ..................... --------
Klamath Indian lrf'lilflllOn project. Oregon.
cancellation of chantes against non-Indian-
ovmed lands ........................... --
Lower Brule Indians. Fly and Her Growth. re-
lief of heirs of. draft of proposed legislation-
Mineral interests, State legislatures to dispose
of, in school sections ................. --
Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. Little Flower Mis-
sion. St. Cloud Diocese, land conveyance
National Capital Parks Memorial Board ----
Oglala Sioux Indian tribe. land held in trust.--
Oil and gas lessees. relief of .............. --
Pacific Northwest. electric power to con-
sumers ................... --- .......... ..
Perry's Victory and International Peace Me-
morial National Monument. change name
and acquireland. ._ . ..
Petersburg National Military Park, change
name- _- _ . .

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Secretary of the Interior—Continued PM‘
Commurucations from. transmitting-
Proposed legislation. drafts of—
Pctrifled wood, excluded from appropriation
under US. miiiin: laws ................ -- l04
Potawatomi Ifldlitlb Kansas. land in trust.- l02
Ponca Tribe of Native Americans of .‘s'ebraska ‘.‘04
Recreation. outdoor ................ --.- 188. 201
Samoa IAmericani—
Bank organized in. eligible for Federal De-
posit Insurance Act insurance ........ -- 351
Library Services Act .... -------- ...... -- 16
National born of American parents ...... -- 423
Naturalization of persons residing in---“ 257
Swain's Island. naturalization of persons re-
siding in-.. . . ...--.-.---.-.-----.--- 257
Taylor Grazing Act- .-.-. --- ......... -- it
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands—
Claims of residents. settlement-.--. .... -. 293
Economic and social development. promot-
ini:.-.. . . . . . . _ _..-.-.---- 767
Federal Employees Compensation Act bene-
fits___--_--_-.. .. . ............... .- 235
US. Code. title 5. repeal of portion ...... -- 295
Virgin Islands. Organic Act. amending .... -- 43
Wapato Indian irrigation project. Washing-
ton. cancellation and deferment of certain
charges under ....... --- .............. -_ 576

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Secretary of the Interior—Continued Page Secretary of the Navy—Continued Page
Communications from, transmitting— Communications from, transmitting—-
Reports by, on— Proposed legislation, drafts of—
Department of the Interior— Department of the Navy—
Office of Saline Water, activities _________ __ 178 Ofiicers, relief of _______________________ .. 15
Securities and Exchange Commission- Pm Senate—Continued Pace
Delegation of certain functions—tset- S. 2135.) President ol—i See also Johnson, Lyndon 8.)
Stock market investigation. postponing—‘See HR. Appointments to commissions or committm.
11670 ) authority—i800 Res. 419 )
Securities. gifts of to minors—(Sec HR 11018.) Authorized to sign bills and resolutions lolloir-
SOCUIllY—‘Si't' National security.) ing sine die adjournment—See H. Con. Res
Seed. screening-(See HR. 5548.) 585.)
Scgregation—iseealsodesegregation.) Rcterral of bill to committee; appeal to de.
Schools— cision: motion to lay appeal on the table;
Costs welimlnate—iSeeS. 3034.) vote determined motion to lay appeal on the
Restricting aid—‘Sec S. 2980.) table in the nmrmativrc- ............... -- 53
Seib. Roswitha—isee S. 2699.) Thanks to—(See 8. Res. 417 )
Selective Service System. annual report-.-. ------ 37 President or President pro tempore—
Self-Bnployed Individuals 'I‘ax Rtul’t‘mt’lll Act of Authorized to sign, during nd_=ournmont_ en-
mm-isee HR, mi polled bills and resolutions- 42.131151258318349
Enrollment. correction ln—lst‘l‘ H. Con. Res. 569.) President pro tempore—‘See also Hayden. Carl.
Semw President or President pro tempore. supra.)
Alcoholic beverages. serving ol-tSee 8. Res. 325.) Acting. appointed as
Appropruition bills. power of to originate, as- Bartlett. 1‘! __-.---------.------ 225.516
sertlonof—iSccS.Rea.-il4) Burdick. Quentim- -- -..-----..-----.---- 315
Bergman. Vonda P., gratuity to—iSec S. Res. 278.) Hart. Philip A - - - - - - - - _ - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . -- 436
Carrel]. Annie Lee. gratuity to—(See S Res. 386.) Hickey. J. J. "Joc"- 87. 124. 231. 239.151. 253- 39'3 573
Clem, Hazel'I‘.,gratuityto—18u-S. Res. 27?.) Holland. Spessard L----------_--..__---_ 772.782
Douglas. Clara 1:, gratuity lo—~Sec 5. Res. 387.) McNamara. Patrick \__ _- ---" ----.. 570
Election. expulsion. and censure cases, printing Mctcalf, Lee . .80. N3 169. 181229.275.
eompmuon_isfl- 3. Res. 289 ) 299, 364. 455. 468. 632. 658. 670. 757, 184
Elections of members. establishing an agency to M085. Frank I‘: - ~ - - - - - - . . ----------- -- 564'
¢omue1._-see s, 3003,) Muskie. Edmund S- - - - - . ---.--_-_-______ 563 7:9
Employees. former, authorized to appear and give Neubeftll'r- Maurine B ----------------- -- 3V3 :33
ttstimony—isce 5, Res. 224, s. Res. 316, Smith. Bcnlamin A.. II .----------- 242. 248. 260
8. Res 349.) Thanks to—‘Sec 8. Res 418 )
Emglund Estelle A., gratuity m-isoe 3 Res, 339) Press. periodical. radio and television. and photo;-
Paucette, Gt'rlrudt' s.. gratuity IO—Jst‘f 3. Res. raphers galleries; lixing employees salaries—
33‘) (See S. 313‘)
moor pnvlleggs gfanled u>_ Quorum assembled—(See 8. Res. 229 )
Arm-r. Mom]; 13_ _ _______________ _ _ _ 353115‘ 537 Radio and television galleries (Sec Press. are )
3811. Mr. Robert __________________ __ _____ 364 Receipts and expenditures. report ............ -- 16
0mm M155 Grace _________________________ __ 506 Recess to greet Australian legislator“ ........ -- 641
Kapolwflz. Mr. Paul" ___________________ __ 577 Recess to greet Nigerian legislation----.-------- 308
Knight. Robert H _________________________ -_ 34o Rule-‘>—
uvmgswn Helen E ______________________ __ 358‘ 415 VIII. amending—‘Sec 8. Res 409)
Morris. Frank C__ -. _. ___________________ __ 340 XIX—‘see 3- m5‘ 371
M3“ “yet-___" ______________________ __ 587 JOKE—Sec also cioture: yea and nay votes—
Seamans. Dr. Robert 0., Jr ________________ _- 369 datum)
Siebert. Albert p __________________________ __ 369 Amend—‘Sips Res 24 )
sonosky' Jerome N _______________________ __ 500 Paper wriiu-n by Dr. Joseph Cooper, printing- 366
snnons' James _ _ _ _ _ _______________________ 506 XXIV. amending—‘See 8. Res. 401. 8. Res. 402 )
mm". Ralph ___, _____________________ __ 369 XXV. amending—‘Sec S. Res. 237. S Resv 403 )
wolkswm My, 1mm ____________________ __ 364 Procedure. question 0! order ............. .. 4'70
Gunn. Winifred s.. gratuity to—‘Scc 5. Res. 315) XXX". “iodine59¢ 5- Res- 3784)
Hefner. Elizabeth J., gratuity to—iSce 8 Res. suntan’ 0U": 50mm‘—
283] Authorized to receive President's economic
Henderson. Isom and Prudence. gratuity to—(Sec "'90" -~ -----~ ~----' -- --—------~------- 34' 349
5_ Res“ 285) Authorized to make corrections in typographi-
30m reading of __________________________ __ 430 cal. clerical, and printing errors in engross-
mL Elmo w" mm“), w_(see 3 mm 279) ment of amendments to certain House bills__ 49:'
Mail. repeal law relating to frank—(Sec 8. Res. 555- 559- 570- 590
2783.) Authorized to make correction in ¢-:‘..::os.~.n:-.-:;'.
Majority leader's summary of legislative achieve- 0!—
ments, printing __________________________ __ 781 3- 3°}9------------------------------------ 57:!
Massey. Thomas R, gratuity to-iSec R. Res. 5- 28'3 ---------------------------------- -- 63
281) Receipts and expenditures. report.__--_,--___ 16
McLeod, Edna V.. gratuity to—(Scc S. Res. 280.) scnatc'flou-“i‘ Repubum 1mm‘) m
Meeting hour—iSee 8. Res. 230.) Priming-"nu" -- ~ ~-- ---~ ------------ -- 7"
Minority leader's report on legislation enacted. 50"“ of "gamma Cube—‘5"? 3 m5 389' 5
printing _________________________________ __ 762 ms- 390'
Minority rights—(Sec 3, Res, 309,) Sergeant at Arms directed to request attendance
4 , of absent Senators..- . ............ -- -- 283.
:"FML Mom C‘,‘ “.awm sR“ 319. 430. 433. 476. 478. 480. 483. so: 503. 516.
euman. Carl E., horma \. Newman Senell. .... .. . .. ..
. , . 533. 537, 566. 5“, 5.8. 584. 609. 6i0. .30. .58
and Yionne C. heviman Cole, gratuity to— u M; J ‘ 1?‘ ‘Sets R‘: 080 ,
.seesnesaa‘) Sml 1.. son ..grau y o— . s... .
_ I Standing mmmittees. legislative proposals by i-x-
Periodical galleries—‘See Press, in/ra.) ccutive branch. consideration ot—ISee 8. Res
Photographers Rallcrles—iSce Press m/ra ) 400,;
Plowman. Robert T.. and Lucy P. Munro. gratuity Support of President in Cuban .MluallOl’l—‘SM S.
tio—iSee 8. Res. 340.) Res. 388.)

Vessels, loan of ________________________ _- 247
Foussé, Kenneth E., and others ___________ __ 476
Great Britain and Northern Ireland, authorize

payment of claim ______________________ -- 533
Importation of personal and household effects_ 200

Retired pay entitlement __________________ __ 9
Reports by, on—
Department of the Navy-—

Flight pay of officers ___________________ __ 19
Marine Corps, flight pay of officers ______ _.. 19
Material, donation of ___________________ _.. 127
Oil shale reserves, take possession of—(See S.
3623; H.R. 5423.)
Secretary of the Senate—(See Senate—Secretary of
the Senate.)
Secretary of the Treasury—( See also Department of
the Treasury.)
Claims settlement—(See H.R. 310.)
Communications from, transmitting—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—
Banks, branches retained on conversion or
consolidation or merger ________________ __ 404
Comptroller of the Currency, trust powers of
national Banks in ______________________ __ 404
Customs and immigration laws enforcement- 56
Department of the Treasury-
Coast Guard—
Appropriations, merger of certain ______ -_ 563
Commandant, equalize pay of _________ __ 365
Enlisted members, relief of certain ____ __ 362
Coins—
Distribution and sale of uncirculated_-__ 263
1-cent piece, tin in the alloy of ________ __ 171
Federal Reserve Banks, purchase U.S. obli-
gations directly from the Department of
the Treasury ________________________ _- 236
Internal Revenue Service, enforcement ofli-
cers authority _______________________ __ 43
Secret Service-
Counterfeits, reimbursement for money
expended for purchase of ___________ _ _ 366

Increasing ___________________________ __ 171

Public utilities net operating loss carryover__ 315
Second Liberty Bond Act, obligations issued,
increasing _____________________________ -_ 293
Silver purchase, repealing legislation pertain-
ing to _________________________________ __ 102
Special statistical studies _________________ __ 64
Vessels, load lines for oceangoing and coast-
wise __________________________________ __ 140
Wine, withdrawal of certain from wine cellars
without payment of tax ________________ __ 486
Reports by, on—
Balances of foreign currencies acquired with-
out payment of dollars ________________ __ 43,322
Boating, rules and regulations ____________ __ 228
Bonding of officers and employees _________ __ 16
Department of the Treasury—
Bureau of Narcotics, annual ____________ __ 521
Coast Guard. flight pay of oflicers ______ __ 9
Internal Revenue Service, appropriations,
overobligation ________________________ -_ 335
Tort claims ____________________________ __ 15
Finances, state of _______________________ -- 257
Highway trust fund _____________________ __ 117
Officers and employees of the United States,
bonding of ____________________________ __ 681

Reconstruction Finance Corporation, liquida-
tion ___________________________ __ 10, 70, 240, 496

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