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Indian Wash, 0010., watershed protection report_____
Indiana—

Attorney General, authorizing delivery of certain
papers to and attendance of former Senate
employees in a case pending before the su-
preme court of that State—(See S. Res. 412.)

Clay County Hospital, Brazil—(See H.R. 4188.)

Lattas Creek, Stucker Fork, watershed protection_

Senators from—

Capehart, Homer E.—(See Capehart, Homer E.)
Hartke, R. Vance—(See Hartke, R. Vance.)

Indians and Indian reservations—

Bernalillo County Indian Hospital—(See S. 3056.)

Cherokee Nation or Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma,
judgment fund disposition—(See S. 3250;
H.R. 11590.)

Chippewa—(See Mirmesota, infra.)

Choctaw Tribe, property, final disposition—(See
H.R. 12355.)

Colorado River Reservation, lease land—(See S.
1208.)

Colville Indians, problems, memorial against ac-
tions of the Secretary of the Interior relating
to _______________________________________ __

Confederated Kootenai Tribe, Flathead Reserva-
tion, Montana, lands, set aside—(See H.R.
4592.)

Confederated Salish Tribe, Flathead Reservation,
Montana, lands, set aside—(See H.R. 4592.)

Crow Creek Sioux Reservation, S. Dak., payment
to Indians and tribe for land acquisition—
(See H.R. 5165.)

Crow Indian Reservation—

Farming and grazing lands, leasing of—(See S.
2938.)
Highways rights-of-way—(See S. 2874.)
Land conveyance—(See S. 3678.)
Draft of proposed legislation ____________ __
Land sale or lease, authorize—(See S. 2875.)

Debts due the United States, report ___________ __

Devils Lake Sioux Tribe, Fort Totten Indian Res-
ervation, N. Dak., land, to donate to—(See
S. 2911; H.R. 10452.)

Draft of proposed legislation _______________ __

Eastern Cherokee Reservation, land holdings—
(See S. 3224; H.R. 11057.)

Flathead Indian Irrigation project, Montana, ir-
rigation and power systems, completion—(See
S. 1912.)

Fly and Her Growth—(See under Lower Brule In-
dians.)

Fort Belknap Reservation, land tenure improve-
ment—(See S. 1316.)

Handicraft industry—(See S. 3548.)

Heirship land problem—(See S. 2899.)

Hopi, highway projects—(See S. 3033.)

J icarilla Apache Tribe, J icarilla Reservation, lands
held in trust for—(See S. 2971.)

Klamath Indian irrigation project, Oregon—

Non-Indian owned lands, cancel irrigation
charges against—(See S. 3342.)
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __

Little Flower Mission, St. Cloud Diocese, convey-
ance of land to—(See S. 2895.)

Loans for public works, eligibility for—(See S.
2454.)

Lower Brule Indians-—

Fly and Her Growth, relief for heirs of—(See
S. 2721; H.R. 9831.)
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __

Lower Brule Sioux Reservation, S. Dak., payment
to Indians and tribe for land acquisition—
(See H-R- 5144-)

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Indians and Indian reservations—Continued Page
Menominee Indian Tribe, Wisconsin, termination

of Federal services—(See H.R. 4130.)

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe—

Conveyance of land—(See S. 2895, S. 3018; H.R.
10459.)
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __

Navajo, highway projects—(See S. 3033.)

Navajo Indian irrigation project, construct, oper-
ate, and maintain—(See S. 107.)

Nez Perce Tribe, claims, report _______________ __

Offenses committed in Indian country--( See H.R.
11846.)

Oglala Sioux Indian Tribe, Pine Ridge Reserva-
tion—

Land in trust for—(See S. 2894, S. 2896; H.R.
10485, H.R. 10530.
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __

Ouray Reservation—(See S. 1924.)

Ponca Tribe of Native Americans of Nebraska—

Tribal assests division—(See S. 3174.)
Draft of proposed legislation ______________ __

Potawatomi Indians. Kansas—

Land in trust for—(See S. 2893.)
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __

Quinaielt Tribe, reservation of certain lands for in
State of Washington _____________________ __

Schools, conveyance of—(See S. 1299.)

Southern Ute Indian Reservation—

Lands, exchange of—(See S. 3713; H.R. 9342.)
Lease limitation, except from—(See S. 3714;
H.R. 8113.)

Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Res-
ervation, lands in the Garrison Dam project—
(See S. 1161.)

Timber, sale of, on—(See H.R. 3529.)

Uintah Reservation—-( See S. 1924.)

Wapato Indian irrigation project, Washington,
cancellation and deferment of certain charges
under ___________________________________ __

Wind River irrigation project, Wyo.—

Cancel unpaid costs of—(See S.J. Res. 168.)
Irrigation charges against non-Indian-owned

lands under the—(See S. 536; H.R. 3444.)
Minerals—(See S. 3331.)

Zuni Tribe, land donation—(See S. 201.)

Indigent defendants in criminal cases, representation
of—(See S. 2900.)

Indonesia, agricultural agreements concluded with--- 8,
171, 322, 468

industrial re-

102

211

102

204

102

603

576

Industrial—Reserve—(See National
serve.)

Industries, price increases—(See S. 3167, S. 3168, S.
3169.)

Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp., Pascagoula, Miss, ship
construction material, report _____________ __ 632

Inland Waterways Corporation, audit _____________ __ 12

Inland Waterways Corporation Act—(See S. 2852.)

Repealing—(See H.R. 10542.)

Insanity, care and custody of insane persons acquitted
of offenses because of—(See S. 2741, S. 2809.)

Insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, study of—(See

S. 3791.)
Institutions and organizations, nonprofit, report on
grants to ________________________________ __ 404
Insurance—( See also National Service Life Insurance.)
Aviation—(See also Aviation—Insurance.)
Aviation war risk, report _____________ __ 10, 58, 223, 496
Companies, bond discounts, taxes on—(See S.
3752.)

Disability benefits—(See S. 2828.)
Health—(See Aged—Health.)
National Service Life—(See S. 3597.)

Insurance—Continued Page
War risk—(See also War Risk insurance; 8. 2829.)
Investment of fund in securities guaranteed by
the United States—‘See HR 11728.)
Draft of proposed legislation ............ -- 226
War risk and marine and liability, reports....... 10.
93. 226. 460
Inter-American Development Bank—
District of Columbia insurance companies funds
investment—‘Sec S. 3358.)
Draft of proposed legislation .. _ __ - -_ .- - 259
Inter-American Highway—
Construction. draft of proposed leaislation.-_.-_ - 284
hinds for completion—Gee S. 3590.)
Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission—(See
convention for establishment.)
Intercoastal Shipping Act of 1933—iSee HR 11643.)
Resolution . .----------..---.------ 351
Intercoastal transportation of lumber. suspension of—
(See 8. 3614.)
Intercoastal Waterway to Bayou Dulac. Ia. modifica-
tion of project—ISM S. 3194.)
Interdepartmental Committee to Promote Economy
and Emciency in Conduct of Educational and
Oiltural Exchange Programs-(See S. 3799.)
Intergovernmental Relations Commission. appoint-
ment of members ...................... __ 157
Intergovernmental Relations. Advisory Committee
on. annual report ....................... -- 58
Interior. Department of the-iSee Department of the
Interior.)
Internal Revenue Code of l939-(See 8. 2669. S. 3520;
HR 12599.)

Internal Revenue Code of 1954—(See S 2666. S. 2716.
S. 2755. S. 2816. S. 2932. S 3003. S. 3196. S.
3222. S 3249, 3. 32.32. S. 3257, S 3296, S. 3367,
S. 3383. S. 3384, S. 3406. S. 3413. S. 3481, S.
3484. S. 3512. S. 3514. S. 3515. S. 3569. S. 3583.
S. 3586. S. 3593. S. 3616. S. 3617. S. 3618. 8.
3736.8. 3752.8. 3765; SJ. Res. 173: HR. 451,
HR. 2016. HR. 5260. HR. 6145. HR. 6371
HR. 8754. HR. 8824. HR. 8846. HR. 8847.
HR. 8952. HR. 10080. H R. 10117, HR. 10177.
HR. 10620. H.R. 10650, H R. 11879, HR.
12030. H.R. 12470. HR. 12526. HR. 12599.
HR 12719, HR. 13358.)
Draft of proposed legislation............. 43.64. 94.315
Memorial . ___- . ................... ___. 145
Internal Security Act. study—‘See 8. Res. 264.)
Internal Security Act of l950—iSee S. 2689; HR
9753. HR. 12082.)
International—
Castil'ilS—‘See Castings.)

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International Hod Carriers Building and Common La- PM’.
borers Union of America-tax status of pen-
sion plan—‘See S 2953 1
International Home Loan Bank, establtsh—See S.
3803.)
International Labor Conference. convention and rec-
ommendation- _- _ . - _ .
International Ladies’ Garment Workers‘ Union. al-
leged unwarranted attacks on, resolution
remonstrating against ................... -- 521
International Law, American Society of. audit .... -- 293
International Living Museum of anthropology and
ethnography, establishing—See 8. Con. Res
70.)
International Monetary hind—isee H.R. 10162 )
Headquarters expansion—(See S J. Res. 190; HJ.
Res. 714 )
Draft of proposed legislation ............... -- 222
United States participate in loans to--See S.
2824.)
International North Pacific Fisheries Commimion.
resolution commending ................ -- 160. 162
International Printing Week. designation of—iSee S J
Res. 223.)
International Wheat Agreement Act of 1949—(See S.
3574.)
Extending, draft of proposed legislation ....... --
Interparliamentary Union Conference-
Members appointed to ....................... -- 681
Report of meeting, printing .................. -- 118
Interstate Commerce—'See S. 3242. S. 3243 )
Interstate Commerce Act—iSee S 319. S. 320. 8 2560.
8. 2733. S. 2764. S. 2963. S. 2964. S 3044. S.
3057, S. 3216. 8 3420.8. 3429.8. 3509. S 3510;
HR 11643.)
Memorial .................................. --
Message from the President on .............. -_ 161
Resolution . . . . .-- ...... --- ................. -- 410
Short-haul provision—i See 8 2964.)
Interstate Commerce Commission—
Anniversary. commemorating—'8“ 8.J. Res 99:
H.J. Res. 441.)
Carriers. valuation requirements. to eliminate—
iSee S 3420.)
Communications from. transmitting reports. by
on—
Activities. supplement to ...... --- .......... --
Annual .................................... -- ll
Pipeline carriers. valuations of properties of.... 19
Interstate System—1 See Highways.)
Inventions. national policy concerning—*See S. 2754.)
Iowa.-
Big Wyacondah. watershed protection ......... --
Land sale and conveyance—18cc HR. 11111.)
Senators from—
Hickenlooper. Bourke B.—i8ee Hickenlooper.
Bourke B.)
Miller, Jack—(See Miller. Jack.)
Sioux City. to approve a bridge on Interstate High-
way 29 at—i8ee8. 3185.)
Iran—-
Airrlcultural agreements concluded with .... -- 122.171
Assistance program. reply to the Comptroller
General's report------ ................... -- l4
Earthquake. expressing sympathy of Congress—
ISeeH.Con. Res.518.)
Shah of. Joint meeting of Congress—
Announced ................................ .-
Held ---- ................................ --
Ireland. unification of—‘See 8 Res. 369 1
Iron. ore—
Duties. imposition of—-See S 2819.)
Produced and imported. ratio with consumption-
(See 8. 2820.)

_._-_---_____---_-_-__ $7

423

200
208
Irrigation blocks, providing for—(See S. 2170, S. 2179; Page
H.R. 2796.)
Isle Royale National Park, land additions—(See S.
- 3417.)
Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __ 300
Israel— . .
Agricultural agreements concluded with ______ __ 87,322
Negotiations, resumption of—(See S. Res. 319.)
Italian American War Veterans, incorporate or char-
ter, resolution favoring ___________________ __ 243
Ito, Kazuo and Satomi—(See S. 1305.)
J
Ja, Lee Kyong—(See H.R. 1533.)
Jackson, Henry M. (Senator from the State of Wash-
ington)—
Attended ____________________________________ __ 2
Committee appointment, Virginia Dare, celebrate
birth of, member ________________________ __ 343
Conferee, appointed as _________ __ 331, 418, 441, 528, 599
Jackson, Roscoe 3., Memorial Laboratory, review of
_ grants ___________________________________ __ 320
J acobe, Mr. and Mrs. Juan C. and their children—(See
S. 2684.)
Jamaica, Prime Minister, Sir William Alexander Bus-
tamante, visit of _________________________ __ 339
Janis, Francis, and others—(See H.R. 1615.)
Japanese-American Evacuation Claims Act of 1948,
taxation of awards under—(See H.R. 12719.)
J ariash, Wahidi Romanos—(See S. 2461.)
Javits, Jacob K. (Senator from the State of New
York)—
Attended ____________________________________ __ 1

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Board of Visitors to Military Academy, appointed- 183
Committee assignments—(See S. Res. 373.)

Conferee, appointed as __________________ __ 79, 364, 656
NATO Parliamentarian’s Conference, member--- 681
Jensen, Don C., and Bruce E. Woolner—(See H.R.
~ 11578.)
Draft of proposed legislation _________________ -_ 226

Jewelry and related items, taxes on—(See S. 3593.)

Jewish War Veterans, U.S.A., National Memorial, Inc.,
report ___________________________________ __ 461

Jiminez, Alvaro Rodriguez—(See S. 3405.)

Jin, Pong Yong (Pang Yong Chin)—(See H.R. 8728.)

John Birch Society—(See Birch, John.)

John A. Blatnik lock—(See Blatnik, John A.)

John Coffee Memorial Bridge—(See Coffee, John.)

John Elliott Rankin Memorial—(See Rankin, John
Elliott.)

John Roen, Jr., and Steve W., permit tugs to be docu-
mented for use in coastwise trade—(See H.R.
6456.)

Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy H.—(See H.R. 10423.)

Johnson, Elizabeth A.—(See HR. 10308.)

Johnson, Lyndon 'B.—(See also President and Vice

' ' President; Senate—President.)

Funeral committee appointment ______________ __ 331
Thanks to—(See S. Res. 417.)
Tributes to __________________________________ __ 201
Johnston, Olin D. (Senator from the State of South
Carolina)—
Attended ____________________________________ __ 1

Conferee, appointed as _______________________ __ 163,
178, 253, 374, 497, 561, 569, 656, 676, 737, 762
Joint Select Committee on the Disposition of
Papers in the Executive Departments, mem-
. ber _______ -,_______,____-, ____________________ __ 20,
‘ 52, 65, 95, 97, 117, 127, 160, 181, 222, 240, 295,
329, 366, 453, 486, 533, 565,626, 681.
North Carolina Tercentenary Celebration'Commis-
sion, appointed member“; _______________ __ 343
Jones, C. W.—(See H.R. 6649.)

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Jones, Edward, authorized to appear as witness—(See Page
S. Res. 307.)
Jones Act—(See S. 3105.)
Temporary suspension—(See S. 3614.)
Jordan, B. Everett (Senator from the State of North
Carolina)-
Attended ____________________________________ __ 1
Committee appointment, Virginia Dare, celebrate
birth of, member _________________________ __ 343
Conferee, appointed as ______________________ __ 253, 676
NATO Parliamentarian’s Conference, member____ 681
North Carolina Tercentenary Celebration Commis-
sion, appointed member ___________________ __ 343

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Kahl, Naife—(See S. 3390.)
Kahn, Max—(See S. 3036.)
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp., contract audit__ 469
Kalaycioglu, Dr. Mehmet Vecihi—(See H.R. 12907.)
Kalimanis, Spyridon G.—(See S. 3767.)
Kansas-—
Bee Creek, Middle Caney, watershed protection__ 475
Flood control and water resources projects, res-
olution _________________________________ __ 202
Fort Larned, establishing as a National Historic
Site—(See S. 3220.)
Fort Scott, postage stamp to commemorate na-
tional cemetery at—(See S. 3433.)
Kansas River and tributaries, review _________ __ 478
Kaw River, navigation on, study, petition ______ __ 445
Legislature of the State of—
Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from—
Agricultural conservation program appropria-
tion, resolution ________________________ -_ 93
Bonds, income from State and local, tax on,
resolution ____________________________ _- 93, 97

Kansas—Continued PM!‘ Kentucky—Continued he.
Reserve Forces and National Guard, reduction in Senate of the State 01—
strength of, memorial .................... -- 438 Petitions. resolutions. and memorials trom-
Senator-designate trom— Communists. aid to. memorial against ..... -- 106
Pearson. James B—(See Pearson. James B ) Rural carriers. substitute. resolution iavortm
Senators irom— pension system for--- ............... --.. 70
Carlson, Frank—(Sec Carlson. Frank.) Senators trom—
Schoeppel. Andrew R-iSee Schoeppel. Andrew Cooper. John Sherman—~See (boner. John
P.) Sherman.)
'hvin Cane-y. watershed protection ............ -- 475 Morton. 'I‘hruston B.—iSee Morton, Thruston
Wheat. shipment of. to Communist China. me- B.)
morial -__---_-___-_--_------___---_ 438 West Pork 01 Pond River, watershed protection
White Clay Creek. Atchison. review ........... -_ 652 and flood prevention. .................... -- 578
WoodbineDam and Reservoir on Lyons Creek. me- Kerr. Robert 3. (Senator from the State 01 Okla-
morial against construction ______________ __ 245 homa)
Kansas River and tributaries. Kansas. Nebraska, and Attended ................................... _- 1
Colorado. review ........................ -_ 478 Conferee, appointed as _. .331, 338. 373. 374. 407. 530, 556,

Kaplan, Potios Sakelaropoulos—i See HR. 4628.)

Kaplan. Gertrude M.—' See H R. 3696.)

Kapolwitz. .\1r. Paul. privileges of the floor granted to-_ 577

Karandikar. Mr. M. N.—(See S. 3051.)

Karasick. Simon—(See H R. 4483 )

Kardos. Janos—‘See S. 3397.)

Karlson Development Corp , mineral rights conveyance
to—‘See S. 3094.)

Kasilag, Pilomeno B. and Erlinda Lucero—iSce S.
3810.)

Kasparek. Robert Bv and others --(See 8.2018.)

Katigbak. Dr. (‘onstancio D —iSee S. 3494 )

Katzman; Arie. Zipora, Orta and Orna-(See S. 3758.)

Kauiusi. Henry—iSee Sv 3801.)

Kaunakaltai harbor project. Molokai. Hawaii. modi-
fication-‘See S. 3651 )

Kaw Reservoir. Arkansas River. Okla. review ______ __ 607
Kaw River. Kans., feasibility of navigation on. study,
petition_-.---. ........................ -_ 445

Kays. Charles L.—See HR. 9469.)
Heat. Melborn—isee HR. 10089.)
Keating. Kenneth B. (Senator from the State of New
York)
Attended .. - ..-
Board of Visitors to Merchant Marine Academy.
appointed .. _
Committee assignments—‘See 8. Res. 291.)
Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference. mem-
ber ................................... __ 681
Conferee, appointed as ............. -- 517.569.737.762
Keel. Elmo W., gratuity to—‘See 8. Res. 279.)
Keiauver. Btes (Senator from the State of Tennes-
sec)
Attended..--_-..-_--. ..................... -- 2
Conferee, appointed as ................. _- 163.374.6503
Funeral committee appointment .............. _- 427
NATO Parliamentarian's Conference. member--- 681
Keh. Dr. Chung Sit—(See 8.2778.)
Keiser, Henry E.—‘See H.R. 11552.)
Keller. Ernest E.-(See 8. 3711.)
Kemeny, IPQRF‘SOG HR. 1650.)
Kennebunk River. Maine. modification of harbor proj-
ect—‘See S. 3421.)
Kennedy. John P'.-—(Sec President of the United
States; President and Vice President.)

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Kent Creek. Tex . watershed protection ____________ __ 404
Kentucky—
Big Muddy Creek. watershed protection ..... --_-- 475
Fish hatchery. Cumberland River. establishing—
(Sec S. 3471.)
Line Creek. watershed protection .......... -. 404
Little Kentucky River. watershed protection re-
port _____________________________________ __ 247

Legislature of the State of. State and local bonds,
resolution against subjecting to a Federal tax- 118

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659. 569. 590. 595. 671. 673. 734. 738. 759. 765.
769. 771.

Kessenich. Gregory J.. estate oi—isee S 149 )

Kettle Creek Dam, Pa.. change nanih'See HR.

6676.)

Key West Harbor. P'la.. print review 0! ........... -- 368

Khosrowkhah. Ali—‘See HR. 2371.)

Khoury. Georges—‘See HR. 1322.)

Kiaer Mrs. Edith—‘See 8. 2594; 8. Res. 219.)

Kilgore, David B. and Jimmie D. Rushing—(See HR.
8831.)

Kim. Jong Dab—‘See 8.1273)

King. Basilio. his wile and children—‘See HR. 9430.)

King. Mrs. Hugh Moy—‘See S. 3311 .l

Kino. Eusebia Francisco. authorizing placing in Statu-
ary Hall collection at the United States
Capitol the statue oi—iSee HJ. Res. 439 )

Kinyoun. Joseph J.. Distinguished Research Award. es-
tablish—iSee SJ. Res. 237.)

Klamath Indian irrigation project, Oregon. cancella-
tion of charges against non-Indian-owned
lands—‘See 8. 3342.)

Draft 01 proposed legislation ................. -_ 235

Klamath National Wildliie Refuge—‘See 'I‘ule Lake)
Knight. Robert H.. General Counsel 0! the Department
of the Treasury, granted Senate floor priv-
ileges .................................. -- 340
Knobbe, Robert-'See H R 5320)
Knoll. Mrs. Ethel—ISM‘ H R 7332 )
Knowland. Hon. William R. resigned as member of
U 8. Citizens Commission on NATO. _------__ 3
Kocher. Lester A —iSee HR. 10199)
Koh. Chao Yao—‘See S. 1074.)
Koltidis. Mr. and Mrs Arsalus-- See 8.3588 )
Kolberg. Hugo—'See s. 2149.)
Konyen. Wilhelm—(See S. 3729.)
Koo. Kim Chong—‘See 8.3215.)
Korea—
Agricultural trade agreements ................ -- 231
Communication relative to withdrawal of US.
troops ................................... --
Economic and technical assistance program. ex-
amination ............................. _-._ 607
Military assistance program. report ........... -- 1104
Korean veterans—18cc Veterans—Korean)
Kosmakos. Demetrios G.- t See S. 2991.)
Kourbunis. Mrs. Chryssi—iSee S. 3769.)
Kourkoulis. Athanasios iPeter) -—'See 8. 2654.)
Kourkoulis, Panagiotes iPetefl—lSee S. 2653.)
Kroll. Brigitte Marie Ida—(See 8. 1685.)
Krupinski. Kazimiers—iSee H-R10796.)
Kuchel. Thomas H. 'Senator from the State 0! Cal-
ifornia) —
Attended ..................................... -- 1
Conieree. appointed as .... -- 178. 418. 446. 528. 560. 599

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La Bella Maria—(See S, 1881.)
La Madrid, Bartola Maria S.—(See S. 3039.)
Labeling and advertising, appellations of origin—
(See S. Res. 329.)
Labeling of products, use of the name of a country or
region on--(See S. 3750.)
Labor, Department of—(See Department of Labor.)
Labor—
Disputes, settlement—(See S. 3442.)
Farm—(See Farm—Labor.)
Organizations, activities in restraint of trade, to
prohibit—(See S. 2931.)
Labor Management Relations Act, 1947—(See S.
3168, S. 3442.)
Labor Union Antitrust Laws Amendments of 1962—-
(See S. 2931.)
Lackawanna River, Pa., interim report ____________ __
Lactarene, transfer to free list of tariffs—(See H.R.
10928.)
Lake Eufaula, Alabama and Georgia, name lake
formed by Walter F. George lock and dam-
(See S. 2742.)
Lake Francis Case, S. Dak., naming—(See S. 3476.)
Lake Kemp Dam, Wichita River, Tex.—
Reconstruction authorization—(See S, 3347.)
Review ______________________________________ __
Lake O'Neill, San Luis Dam, Calif., designation as—
(See S.J. Res. 221.)
Lake Ontario, raising water level, claims for damage
because—( See S. 2978.)
Lake Sharpe, S. Dak., change name—(See S. 2988.)
Lakios, Nikolos A.-(See S. 2921.)
Lalonde, Alban H.—-(See S. 3561.)
Land—
Conservation fund—(See S. 3118.)
Message from the President on ____________ __
Federal, survey to locate strategic minerals—
(See S. 1696.)
Public—
Limitation of withdrawal, resolution _________ __
Range appraisal, trial program study, printing—
(See S. Res. 367.)
Resources, competitive
9280.)
Withdrawals, Cuddleback Lake Air Force Range,
Calif.—-(See S. 3607.)
Resources, printing agreement on use and develop-
ment of—(See S. Res. 342.)
Retrocession of jurisdiction, resolution _________ __
Sales, bids on, to authorize heads of departments
and agencies to place, draft of proposed legis-
lation ___________________________________ __
Townsite laws, applicable in Alaska—(See H.R.
11266.)
Warrants—(See Military—Bounty.)
Landrum, Mrs. Iris Ann—(See H.R. 9409.)
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., additional
funds for construction of noise facility_____

bidding—(See H.R.

218
681

343

607

607

187

406

406

102

533

Lanni, Michelina—(See S. 2622.)
Lanning. Isabel K.-—<See H.R. 11183.)
Laos, neutral government, resolution for establishing__
Large, Ernest John—(See H.R. 1492.)
Latin America, report on, printing—( See S. Res. 301.)
Latin America and U.S. Policies, report on, printing—
(See S. Res. 302.)
Lattanzi, Renata—(See S. 3198.)
Lattas Creek, Stucker Fork, Ind, watershed protec-
tion _____________________________________ __
Latvia—
Occupation of, memorial against ______________ __
Withdrawal of Soviet forces from and free elec-
tions therein—(See S. Con. Res. 64.)
Lausche, Frank J. (Senator from the State of Ohio)—
Attendance, excused from ____________________ __
Attended ____________________________________ --
Law, International—( See International Law.)
Laws, cooperation with States in administration and
enforcement of—lSee S. 3475.)
Lazo, Carlitos D.—(See S. 3739.)
Leach; Benjamin, Diogracias, Rogelio, and Maximo—
<See H.R. 12887.)
Lead and zinc—
Investigation, report _________________________ __
Mining, stabilizing—( See S. 2747.)
Lead and Zinc Act of 1962—(See S. 2747.)
Lear, Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., examination ______ __
Lee, Duk Man and Mal Soon—(See S. 2753.)
Lee, Dr. Kwan Ho—(See S. 1174.)
Lee, Mannor—l See S. 3778.)
Lee, Richard Shao-lin, and his wife—(See S. 2745.)
Lee, Wah—(See S. 2951.)
Lee, William M.—(See S. 3299.)
Lee. Yick Yuen—l See S. 732.)
Leech Lake, Cass Lake, and Winnibigoshish Lake,
Minn, to declare to be nonnavigable—(See
S. 3445.)
Legaspi, Eduardo Calbayar—( See S. 3732.)
Leghorn, Mrs. Kikue Yamamoto and her son—(See
H.R. 1701.)
Legion of Valor of the United States, financial state-
ment ____________________________________ -_
Legislative achievements of 87th Congress, summary__
Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963—(See HR.
11151.)
Supplemental estimate, message from the Presi-
dent on _________________________________ __
Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946—(See S. Con.
Res. 94.)
Leif Erickson Day—(See Erickson, Leif.)
Leis, Louanna L.—(See H.R. 7671.)
Lend-lease operations, message from President ____ __
Lendian, Mrs. A. R.-See H.R. 10160.)
Lending institutions fee arrangements, review ______ __
Lengyel, Mathew—(See S. 3295.)
Leonard, George Edward—(See S. 3375; H.R. 12217.)
Lewis Invisible Stitch Machine Company Incorpo-
rated—(See H.R. 7549.)
Lexington Park Homes, Lexington Park, Md., author-
izing sale of—(See S. 2976.)
Lexington Park Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., con-
vey deed to—(See S. 3439.)
Li, Yeung Sing and Shee Lum—(See S. 3110.)
Liang, Edward Yin—(See S. 1578.)
Liberopoulos, Pangiotis—(See S. 3449.)
Libraries—
Depository, revising laws of—(See H.R. 8141.)
Public, extension of services—(See S. 3741.)

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