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Civil defense— Page
Contributions report ________________________ __ 43,226
Emergencies—(See HR. 11743.)

Medical stockpile of emergency supplies, report__ 64, 469
Printing hearings on—(See H. Con. Res. 405.)
Shelter proposals, hearings on—(See S. Res. 275.)
Civil Functions Appropriation Act, 1952—(See HR.
9243.)

Civil rights—See also Commission—Civil Rights; S.

2979, S. 2980, S. 2983, S. 3059, S. 3234; HR.
1361.)

Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __ 162
Voting—(See S. 480, S. 2750, S. 2979; HR. 1361.)
Civil Service Act of January 16, 1883—(See S. 3660;
HR. 5698.)
Civil Service Commission-
Annual report _______________________________ __ 19
Communications from, transmitting—
Proposed legislation, drafts of—
Civil Service Retirement Act ______________ __ 284
Employment laws, consolidation __________ -_ 230
Retired Federal Employees Health Benefits
Act, amending _________________________ __ 437
Reports by, on—
Civil Service Retirement System, Board of
Actuaries, annual ____________________ __ 181,328
Professional and scientific positions _______ __ 22,65
Salary increases, estimates _______________ __ 127
Group life insurance program, review _________ __ 257
Civil Service Retirement Act-(See S. 2363, S. 2937,
S. 3087, S. 3148, S. 3164, S. 3219, S. 3551,
S. 3577.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __ 284
Civil Service retirement and disability fund, reim-
bursement of , report _____________________ __ 58
Civil Service Retirement System, Board of Actuaries,
annual report __________________________ __ 181, 328
Civil War Centennial Commission—
Archivist of the United States, to place on the—
(See S. 2710.)
Senate—
Member appointed _________________________ __ 53
Member resigned ___________________________ __ 53
Civilian Conservation Corps—(See also Youth Con-
servation Corps.)
Establishment, resolution for _________________ __ 226

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Coal River National Recreation Demonstration Area, Page
West Virginia, establishment—i See S. 3587.)
Coast Guard—f See Department of the Treasury—
Coast Guard.)
Cobalt, investigation concerning __________________ __
Coconut oil. domestic processing, repeal tax on—(See
HR. 5260.)
Coffee, John, Memorial Bridge, designating bridge
across Tennessee River as the—(See S.J. Res.
169.)
Coffee, parity payment program, resolution to include
under ___________________________________ __
Coins or currency—
l-cent piece, eliminate tin in—( See S. 3091: HR.
11310.)
Draft of proposed legislation _______________ __
Uncirculated, distribution of—‘ See S. 3357.)
Draft of proposed legislation _______________ __
Tokens, slugs, disks, devices, papers, or other
things, similar to coins or currency, prohibit
use of—(See HR. 8038.)
College—
Academic facilities and student assistance—(See
S. 3775.)
Aid—(See S. 1241, S. 3217; HR. 8900.)
Education— ( See Education—College.)
Grant deficiency relief—(See S. 3205.)
College Academic Facilities Act—(See S. 1241; HR.
8900.)
Colleges and universities—
Land grant—(See S. 3579.)
Developing—(See S. 3477.)
Research grants, cost study—(See S. Res. 371.)
Collins, Richard C.—(See HR. 3131.)
Colombia—
President-elect Valencia and his wife, extending
greetings to—(See S. Res. 355.)
President-elect, visit __________________________ __
Colorado—
Denver, conveyance of lands to—(See S. 2839.)
Fruitland Mesa Federal reclamation project,
construction—(See S. 3403.)
Fryingpan-Arkansas reclamation project, con-
struction and operation—(See S. 284; HR.
2206.)
Gunnison River Basin, water resource develop-
ment plan, report _______________________ __
Kansas River and tributaries, review __________ __
Oil-shale demonstration facility near Rifle, to
authorize use of plant for research in oil
shale—(See S. 3049.)
Orchard City Irrigation District, Delta County,
application for loan ________________ __ 243,370,438
Savory-Pot Hook project, report ______________ __ 335
Senators from—
Allott, Gordon—(See Allott, Gordon.)
Carroll, John A.—( See Carroll, John A.)
Colorado River Commission, conveyance of land to—
(See S. 3089.)
Colorado River Reservation, lease land—i See S. 1208.) '
Colorado River storage and participating projects—
Annual report _______________________________ ___. 14
Printed ____________________________________ __ 118
Colter, Fred T., Dam, Ariz., resolution to name _____ __ 184
Columbia Basin Irrigation District, repayment con-
tract—(See S. 3162.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ _-
Columbia Basin Project Act of 1943—(See S. 3162; HR.
11164.)
Draft of proposed legislation _______________ _-
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., research contract,
report of ________________________________ _- 369
Columbia River power system, audit _______________ __ 12
Comeau, James—(See HR. 12090.)

486

231

171

263

334

423
478

184

184

Comito. Michelangelo ‘Nam—(See S. 2992.)

Commerce. Department of—iSee Department of Commerce )

Commerce—
Interstate, seat belts for use in motor vehicles.
safety standards—(See H R. 134.)

Unfair commercial activities, civil remedies for
persons damaged by—iSee S 2784 )
Commercial policy, recognize appelations of origin ap-

plicable to products—1841' 8 Res. 329.)
Commission—
Antitrust Laws of the United States, revision.
establishing—(See S. 3300 )
Civil Rights—‘See Civil rights.)
Equal Hnployment Opportunity. establishinit—
(See 8. 2981.)
International Rules of Judicial Procedureg
Message from the President on--. . --..-----
Commission on Governmental Operations and Pro-
grams. establishing—(See S. 3725.)
Commission on the Revision of Federal Agricultural
Laws and Programs. establishing—(See SJ.
Res. 238.)
Committee—‘See aLso House of Representatives—
Committees )
Authorized to report".-. ................... --

124

Authorized to sit, standing ................. -- 261,296

Disposition of executive papers—(See Committee,
joint select—Disposition of Papers in the 13x-
ecutive Departments.)

Escort—isee Vtsitors.)

Funeral—‘See Deaths.)

Justin Smith Morrill, Homestead. Vermont, com-
mittee to represent Senate at dedication—
(See 8. Res. 347.)

Notify the President—‘See Committee, Joint—-
Congress.)

Service. mending rule pertaining to—tSee S.
Res. 237.)

Committee. joint—
Atomic Energy—

Agreements—iSee under country; Executive—
Business.)

Belgium. report on agreement for cooperation
for mutual defense ............... __-_-.--

Member appointed to service on ........... ..-

Congress. to inform the President that. is ready
to adjourn—(See 8. Res. 416.)

Members appointed to service on.------.--.--
Report by..--.-_.. ........~ .
Congress, to inform the President that. is ready

to convene—(S. Res. 228 )

Members appointed to service on ............ --

Report by--- -------_-----. ----------..----_ - -

Congress on the Library, Member appointed to
service on—iSee 8. Res. 300. 8. Res. 372.)
Virginia Dare. celebrate the birth of—

Members appointed to service on—
House.._.__.____.._v Senate . . _ . . _ . _ . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . --

Defense Production. annual report ........... --
Economic—

President's economic report. extending time to
report .---__-----_--_-- _--___-----__-_-_-

State of the Economy and Policies for Full Dn-
ployment, printing hearings on—iSee 8. Con.
Res. 90.)

Unemployment problems. study—(See S. Con
Res 67.)

Foreign trade, establishing—‘See SJ. Res. 163.)

Internal Revenue Taxation. report on Renegotia-
tion Act of 1951 ........................ --

Lincoln, Abraham. printing report as House docu-
ment—‘See H. Con. Res. 503 )

I.) 'J

365
343

118

59

PM!’ 1 Committee. Joint—Continued

Lost colony and birth of Virginia Dare anniver-
sary—(See H. Con. Res 438)

Membership changes—(See 5 Res 300. 8. Res.
372'"--- ............... --.---- 222343.435.

National Strategy. establishing—‘See 8.). Res
177.)

Organization and Operation of the Congress. to
study the. establish—(See 8 Con. Res 93 )

Printing—

Congressional Record. investigate to improve
format. index, topography, etc - f See 5 Con
Res. 80: H Con. Res. 497.)

Member appointed to service on-(See s Res.
300.)

Smithsonian Institution. construction of a build-
ing for a Museum of History and Technol-
08)’—

Member appointed to service by House ..... --

Progress report-.. .................... -------

Committee, Joint select,

District of Columbia. self government. study—
iSee S. 3139.)

Disposition of Papers in the Executive Depart-
ments—

Members appointed to service on ............ --

52. 65. 95. 97. 117, 127. 160. 181. 222. 240.
329. 366. 453. 486, 533, 565, 626, 681.
Reports by, on ............................ --
93. 106. 123. 128. 145, 170. 205. 230. 260.
366, 398. 467, 516, 563. 580. 682. 768.
Committee. select—
Economic Impact of National Defense, establish-
ing—~SeeS Res 375)
Membership changes. member assigned to service
on—‘See S. Res 3%)
Small Business-
Amending law creating—(See 8. Res. 333.)
Expenditures by the, authorizing additional—
(See 8. Res 249 )
Member assigned to service on—iSee 8. Res.
305.)
Reports by, on—
Annual .. _------.-------
Small Business Administration, 1961-------
Small Business Failures .................. --
Small business lease guarantees-- .---------
Technological Developments, establLQiiltK--'St6
8. Res. 380.)
Committee, special—
Aging-—
Extending time for filing reports—(See 8 Res.
238 1
Housing for the elderly. printing commzttee
print-(See 8. Res. 382.)
Member appointed to service on ............ _-
Performance of the States (under Kerr-Mills
Bill), printing committee print—(See 8 Res
354.)
Retirement Income of the Aging. printing hear-
ings on—iSec 8. Res. 310)
Committee, standing
Aeronautical and Space Sciences-
Authorized to sit during the session of the Sen-
ate ........... --. ........... -. 122. 310 312,
Employees, ratio of majority and mznorzty----
Investigations. authorizing—18cc S Res 234 )
Member appointed to service oft—‘See 8 Res
291 )
Orbital flight of John H. Glenn. Jr., printing
hearings on—‘See 8. Res. 317.)
Agriculture and Forestry—
Authorized to sit during the session of the Sen-

ate ........................... -- 183. 204, 208.

Pure

T96

22
363

20.
m

52.
340.

157

115
83
Committee, standing—Continued Page Committee, standing—Continued Page
Agriculture and Forestry— Commerce—
Department of Agriculture irregularities, in- Steamship conferences, printing legislative his-
vestigate—(See S. Res. 331.) tory—(See S. Res. 334.)
Report on the Implementation of the Hum- Subcommittee on—
phrey Amendment—(See S. Res. 369.) Surface Transportation, authorized to sit dur-
Appropriations— ing the session of the Senate ____________ -_ 224
Authority to report during adjournment or re- Considering Senate Joint Resolution 159____ 315
cess _____________________________________ __ 19 Merchant Marine, authorized to sit during the
Authorized to sit during the session of the Sen- session of the Senate ___________________ -_ 553
ate _______________________________________ __ 19 District of Columbia—
Expenditures by the, authorizing additional— Authorized to sit during the session of the
(See S. Res. 337, S. Res. 383.) Senate ________________________________ __ 189,565
Member appointed to service on—(See S. Res. Subcommittee on—
291, S. Res. 373.) Business and Commerce, authorized to sit dur-
Proposed 23d Amendment to the Constitution to ing the session of the Senate____ 296, 596, 634, 652
repeal the 16th amendment to the Constitu— Fiscal Affairs, authorized to sit during the
tion, printing—(See S. Res. 344.) session of the Senate _________________ -_ 437, 629
Reports by, on— Judiciary, authorized to sit during the session
US. Foreign Policy and Operations, printing— of the Senate _______________________ -_ 174,312
(See S. Con. Res. 56.) Public Health, Education, Welfare, and Safety,
Study Mission to South America, printing— authorized to sit during the session of the
(See S. Res. 330.) Senate __________________________ __ 189,331,342
Trial Program of Public Land Range Appraisal, Finance—
print study—(See S. Res. 367.) Authorized to sit during the session of the
Armed Services— Senate __________________________________ __ 144,
Authority to report during adjournment ____ __ 563 180, 183, 189, 200, 204, 210, 223, 224, 246. 250.

532

Authorized to sit during the session of the Sen-
ate _______________________ __ 459, 498, 560,575, 596

Civil defense shelter proposals, hearings on—
(See S. Res. 275.)

Expenditures by the, authorizing additional—
(See S. Res. 345, S. Res. 397.)

Investigations, authorizing—(See S. Res. 270,
s. Res. 295, S. Res. 345.)

Member appointed to service on—(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 363.)

Military Cold War Education and Speech Re-
view Policies, hearings and report, printing—
(See S. Con. Res. 87.)

Operation of Article VII, NATO Status of Forces
Treaty, printing of report ________________ __

Subcommittee on Stockpiling, authorized to sit
during the session of the Senate ________ __ 174, 210,

224, 236, 259, 261, 320, 350, 407, 410, 452, 730
Banking and Currency—

Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate ____________________________ __ 410,520,641

Civil defense shelter proposals, hearings on—

(See S. Res. 275.)
Investigations, authorizing-( See S. Res. 233, S.
Res. 244, S. Res. 313.)
Member assigned to service on—(S. Res. 373.)
Subcommittee on—
Housing, authorized to sit during the session
of the Senate ________________ __ 224, 310, 515,629
Production and Stabilization, authorized to sit
during the session of the Senate____ 251, 536, 553
Small Business, authorized to sit during the

626

session of the Senate ___________________ __ 302
Commerce—
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate ________________________________ __ 189,507
Investigations, authorizing—(See S. Res. 251.)
Member appointed to service on-(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 363.)
Reports by, on—
City of New Orleans, admittance to American
registry _______________________________ __ 432
Freedom of communications ______________ __ 217
Implementation of the cargo preference laws
by the administrative departments and
agencies _______________________________ __ 762
Problems of the domestic textile industry____ 181

294, 307, 309, 312, 315, 318, 320, 321. 323, 329.
331, 334, 417,422,426.
Expenditures by the, authorizing additional—
(See S. Res. 350.)
Reports by, on—

Authorized to file __________________ __ 326,341,573
Filed ________________________________ __ 341,576
Revenue Act of 1962, printing hearings—(See S.
Con. Res. 68.)

Foreign Relations—-

Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate _____________ __87, 124, 256,259, 450, 460, 575

Foreign government nondiplomatic activities,
study—(See S. Res. 362.)

Interparliamentary activities and reception of
foreign officials, assistance on—(See S. Res.
247.)

Investigations, authorizing-(See S. Res. 246.)

Ireland, unification of~—< See S. Res. 368.)

Stafl members, authorizing additional—i See S.
Res. 247.)

Reports by, on—

Communications Satellite Act of 1962, minor-
ity views ______________________________ __
Peace Corps Act, authorized ______________ __
Problems and trends in Atlantic partnership,
printing—(See S. Res. 381.)
Government Operations—

Authorized to file reports with the Secretary of
the Senate during sine die adjoumment_____

Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate _________________ __ 53,94, 201,427,477, 483

Delivery of certain papers to attorney general of
Indiana and authorize attendance of former
employees to testify—( See S. Res. 412.)

Employees, former, authorized to appear and
give testimony—( See S. Res. 349.)

Estes, Billie Sol, handling of pooled cotton allot-
ments of, printing of hearing on—1 See S. Res.

91.)

Expenditures by the, authorizing additional.—
(See S. Res. 357.)

Government competition with private business.
to investigate—(See S. Res. 303.)

Holovachka, Metro, authorizing evidence to be
produced and employees to testify at trial
of—(See S. Res. 274.)

480
190

730

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565. 570. 575.

Bellino. Carmine 8.. authorizing to appear
at case of United States against Pruehauf
et al.—iSee 8. Res. 41 1.)

United States against James Hoffa. case of.
authorize Chairman and certain mem-
bers to appear and testify—(See S. Res.
405.)

Reorganization and International Organiza-
tions, authorized to sit during the session
of the Senate--- ........ ___ ....... --

Tane. Mack S.. authorizing evidence to be pro-
duced and employees to testify at trial of—
'See 8. Res. 316.)

Interior and Insular Affairs—

Agreement between California and Department
of the Interior. disagree to—tSee 8. Res. 322.)

Authorized to sit during the session or the
Senate ............ -.

Investigations. authorizing—iSee 8. Res. 242. 8.
Res. 269.8. Res. 361.)

Member appointed to service on—tSee 8. Res.
291. 8. Res. 292. 8. Res. 363.8. Res. 373.)

Mineral production royalty, study—(See 8. Res.
361.)

Report of the National Put-ls and Energy Study
Group on an Assessment of Available Infor-
mation on Energy in the United States. print—
ing—‘See S. Res. 408.)

Report by, on water resource project evaluation
standards. printing agreement—15cc 8. Res.
342.)

Subcommittee on-

Indian Affairs. authorized to sit during the

460

___. _ _ 407. 437.507. 536. 613

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Interior and Insular Ailairs—
Subcommittee 011-—
Public Lands. authorized to sit during the ses-
sion of the Senate ........... __ 107. 263. 4641' 416
Materials, Minerals. and Mining. authorised
to sit during the session of the Senate .... -- 45."
Judiciary—
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate... . . . . . _ -_ .--. -----. - -- 176V

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307, 334. 450. 455. 459. 475. 480. 485. Sol, 505
507. 515. 557. 564. 569. 613. 629

Communist Party Line, prititiiii; copies—‘See
8. Res. 248.)

Communist tnreat to US. through the Carib-
bean. printing hearings—~80: 8. Res. 321 )
Constitution. list of proposed amendments.

printing—See 8. Res 341 J

Drug Industry. printing copies of study of ad-
ministered prices in the—tSee S. Res 287;
S. Con. Res. 59.)

Education ior survival in the strtlititle Ntlltut
world communism. printing copies—iSee 8
Res. 335.)

Expenditures by the. authorizing additional-—
‘See S. Res 358. 8. Res. 406.)

Export of strategic materials to Soviet-bloc
countries. printing hearing—lSee 8 Res. 297.)

investigations. authorizing—‘See 8. Res. 256. 5
Res. 257. S. Res. 258. 8. Res. 259. 8. Res 260
8. Res. 261. 8. Res. 262.8. Res 263. 8 Res 264.
S. Res. 265. 8. Res. 266. 3. Res 267. S Res ‘.‘68
S. Res‘. 293.8. Res. 311.)

Juvenile delinquency. iiit‘reusliiit iunds for in-
vestiuatinu—tsee 8. Res. 358.)

Member appointed to service on—isee 8 Res
291.)

Mentally ill. printing hearings on rzghts of»
‘See. S. Cuii. Res. 69)

Reports by, on~
Antitrust and monopoly laiss.-------------- 151

Authorized to tile. - ..---- --------_-_----- 495
Filed ___- ........... --------_- 496
Constitutional-—
Amendments ........................ -- 151
Rights ................................ -- 236
Extending time .- __ . . 182.236
Administrative practices and procedures---_- ‘.‘41
Extending time .............. --.---.-- 18.1236
Department of Commerce. Patent Otnck
Extending time ...................... -- 162 236
Escapees and refugees _ . . . . _ . . . . . . . . ------ 151
Immigration and Naturalization--- ....... -- 145
Judicial system .................. --- ..... -- ‘.‘41
I-bttending time ...................... -- 182 236
Juvenile delinquency .............. ___ ____ -- 490
Extending time ........................ -- 182
Penitentiaries ................... --..----- 370
Extending time .... --. ............... -- 182. 236
Statutes. revision and codification ........ -- 236
Extending time ........................ -- 236
Trading With the Enemy Act ............ -- 227
Extending time ......................... -_ 65
Cuban Refugee Problem ................ --- 205
Patents, Trademarks. and Copyrights .... -- 241
Patent Oince. fees payable to ........... ___- 633
Prices of Hearing Aids ................... -- 672

Subcommittee on—
Antitrust and Monopoly. authorized to sit
during the session of the Senate ........ -- 53.
57. 71,94,174. 189. 210. 214. 219. 223 224 312.
315. 364. 369. 520.

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Committee, standing—Continued Page
Judiciary—
Subcommittee on—
Considering the nomination of—
Judge Cooper, authorized to sit during the
session of the Senate _________________ __
Mr. Thurgood Marshall, authorized to sit
during the session of the Senate____ 455,485
Constitutional Amendments, authorized to sit
during the session of the Senate _______ __ 261, 275
Constitutional Rights, authorized to sit during
the session of the Senate _______________ __ 109,
138, 171, 174, 189, 201, 204, 208, 331
Internal Security, authorized to sit during the
session of the Senate___ 24, 25, 37, 63, 69, 138, 204,
208, 263, 296, 307, 357, 460, 480, 498, 578
Juvenile Delinquency, authorized to sit during
the session of the Senate _____ __ 244, 251, 444, 578
Nominations, authorized to sit during the ses-
sion of the Senate _____________________ __
Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights, author-
ized to sit during the session of the Senate_
Refugees and Escapees, authorized to sit dur-
ing the session of the Senate ____________ __
Special committee considering HR. 8410, au -
thorized to sit during the session of the
Senate ________________________________ __
Teamsters Union and Mine, Mill & Smelter
Workers, printing copies of hearing—(see S.
Res. 245.)
Testimony by counsel in court proceeding, au-
thorized—(See S. Res. 306.)
Wiretapping and eavesdropping legislation,
printing hearings on—(See S. Con. Res. 69.)
Witnesses in court proceeding, authorized—(See
S. Res. 307.)
Labor and Public Welfare—
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate ___________________________________ __
Clerical assistants, authorizing additional-
(See S. Res. 252, S. Res. 312.)
Domestic farm labor, printing hearings on—
(See S. Res. 323.)
Investigations, authorizing—(See S. Res. 273,
S. Res. 348, S. Res. 360.)
Member appointed to service on—(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 373.)
Reports by, on—
Extending time to report _________________ __ 57

450

369
532

339

323

607

Migratory Farm Labor Problem __________ __ 118
Staff members, authorizing additional—(See S.
Res. 252.)
Subcommittee on—
Arts, authorized to sit during the session of
the Senate ___________________ __515, 520,523,602
Education, authorized to sit during the session
of the Senate ___________________ __ 204,208,501
Labor, authorized to sit during the session of
the Senate ____________________________ __ 532
Membership changes—
Member appointed to service on—(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 292, S. Res. 363, S. Res. 373.)
Post Office and Civil Service-
Authorized to file report ___________________ __ 600
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate ___________________________________ __ 139,

520, 530, 532, 553, 557, 560, 578, 596, 602, 607.
613, 678, 730.
Clerical assistants, authorizing additional-
(See S. Res. 235.)
Investigations, authorizing—(See S. Res. 236.)
Subcommittee on Retirement, authorized to sit

during the session of the Senate __________ __ 251

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Committee, standing—Continued Page
Public Works—
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate _______________ __ 208, 210, 315, 530, 629, 678
Investigations, authorizing—(See S. Res. 243.)
Member appointed to service on-(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 363.)
Subcommittee on—
Buildings and grounds, authorized to sit dur-
ing the session of the Senate ___________ __ 251
Flood Control, Rivers, and Harbors, author-
ized to sit during the session of the Senate- 502,
504, 505, 507, 536, 553, 557, 570, 578, 596, 602
Public Roads, authorized to sit during the ses-
sion of the Senate ___________ __ 452, 455, 504, 507

Reports, exclusion of during morning hour ____ __ 757
Rules and Administration—
Authorized to sit during the session of the
Senate __________________________________ __ 564
Clerical assistants, authorizing additional—
(See S. Res. 286.)
Election Law Guidebook, printing—( See S. Res.
327.)
Expenditures by the, authorizing additional—
(See S. Res. 286.)
Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activi-
ties, printing document—(See S. Res. 338.)
Member appointed to service on.-(See S. Res.
291, S. Res. 292, S. Res. 363.)
Senate election expulsions, and censure cases,
authorizing printing—(See S. Res. 289.)
Commodore John Barry Day, designation of—(See
S.J. Res. 212.)
Common Market, survey of trade relations—(See S.
Res. 308.)
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, attendance
at meeting of—(See S. Res. 379.)
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Meeting,
London, England, 1961, printing pamphlet—
(See S. Res. 290.)
Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, members
appointed to _____________________________ __ 681
Communications, freedom of, report on ____________ __ 217
Communications Act of 1934-(See S. 205, S. 683.
S. 1288, S. 1371, S. 1589, S. 2918, S. 3212, S.
3252, S. 3434, S. 3497, S. 3602, S. 3646; SJ.
Res. 193, S.J. Res. 209; HR. 4749, HR. 8031.
HR. 11732.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ -_ 228

Communications Satellite Act of 1962—(See S. 2814,
S. 2890; HR. 11040.)
Message from the President on ________________ __ 80

Minority views, printing of ____________________ _- 480
Communications Satellite Authority, establishing—
(See S. 2814, S. 2890; HR. 11040.)
Message from the President on _______________ __ 80
Communications Satellite Authority Act—(See H.R.
11040.)
Communism—
Americanism versus, resolution to teach a course
in _______________________________________ _.. 118
Education for survival in the struggle against
world communism, printing copies—(See S.
Res. 335.)
International, resolution for fighting back _____ __ 104

Manipulation of Public Opinion by Organizations
Under Concealed Control of the Communist
Party, printing copies of—(See H. Con. Res.
412.)

Subversive organizations and publications, print-
ing guide to—(See H. Con. Res. 416.)

Victory over, US. foreign policy is—(See S. Con.
Res. 60.)

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