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77th Congress, 1st Session

(January 3, 1941-January 2, 1942)

MISCELLANEOUS

VOL. 2

UNITED STATES

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1941

664529

No.

220. Relief of M. Seller and Company.

221. Expenses of Select Committee to Investigate Air Accidents.

222. Investigating national-defense activities of Government.

223. Emergency provision for certain activities of Maritime Comn.

224. Consideration of bill authorizing expenditures for Office of Government

Reports.

225. Consideration of bill relating to investigations in coal mines by Mines Bureau.
226. Increasing authorized enlisted strength of Navy, etc.*
227. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
228. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
229. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
230. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
231. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
232. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
233. Disposition of records by Justice Department.
234. Disposition of records by Interior Department.
235. Disposition of records by Agriculture Department.
236. Disposition of records by Federal Trade Commission.
237. Disposition of records by General Accounting Office.
238. Disposition of records by Northwest Territory Celebration Commission.
239. Disposition of records by Securities and Exchange Commission.
240. Disposition of records by Prison Industries Reorganization Administration.
241. Disposition of records by Treasury Department.
242. Amending joint service pay act rel. to pay of retired personnel of Army,

Navy, etc., when on active duty.
243. Consideration of bill to provide for use of net weights in transactions in

cotton, etc.

244. Consideration of bill authorizing additional appropriation for defense housing.

245. Conference report on 4th supplemental national defense appropriation bill,

1941.

246. Amending Federal explosives act.

247. Navy Department and naval service appropriation bill, 1942.

248. Disposition of recreational demonstration projects.

249. Validating conveyances made by Central Pacific Railway involving right-

of-way in Tracy and Elk Grove, Calif.

250. Disposition of records in Agriculture Department.

251. Approving nonrecognition of transfer of any region in this hemisphere from

one non-American power to another.

252. Relief of Blanche W. Stout, widow of Kenneth S. Stout.

253. Regulating warehousing, etc., of cotton held by Commodity Credit Corpora

tion.

254. Relief of William G. Sullivan.

255. Relief of Hughey Parsley.

256. Relief of Paul T. Ward.

257. Relief of Julius Springer.

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258. Relief of Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Incorporated.

259. Relief of J. K. Love.

260. Relief of Catherine Ward.

261. Relief of Foot's Transfer and Storage Company, Limited.

262. Relief of Samuel Azer and Annie E. Azer.

263. Relief of W. A. Facht.

264. Relief of Beulah B. Nolte and George C. Nolte.

265. Relief of Charles R. Woods.

266. Reimburse personnel of Navy and Marine Corps for losses in earthquake at

Managua, Nicaragua.

207. Reimburse personnel of Navy and Marine Corps for losses in fire at Quantico,

Va.

208. Court of Claims to hear claim of John L, Alcock.

269. Relief of Mrs. Clyde Thatcher, Marjorie Thatcher, and Bobby Thatcher.

270. Relief of Sophrania Holmes.

271. Relief of Mrs. J. E. Purtymun and Mrs. B. H. Russell.

272. Relief of Elmer Lindrud.

273. Relief of Rudolph Mundt.

274. Relief of Virginid Bowen, Willie W. Hudson, and John L. Walker,

275. Changing time of appointment of Presidential electors and election of

Senators and Representatives.

276. Defense aid supplemental appropriation bill, 1941.

277. Conference report on H. R. 3155, to authorize Sec. of Navy to proceed with

construction of certain public works.

278. Conference report on H. R. 3325, to authorize Sec. of Navy to proceed with

construction of certain public works.

279. Printing of Digest of State laws affecting the hard of hearing and the deaf,

complied by Library of Congress.

280. Printing of manuscript entitled Our national Government, compiled by

Wright Patman.

281. Consideration of bill regulating warehousing, etc., of cotton held by Com-

modity Credit Corporation.

282. Furnishing of steam from central heating plant to District of Columbia.

283. Amending act to punish willful injury of war material relative to definition

of "national-defense material.”

284. To provide for supervision and detention of certain deportable aliens.

285. Making provisions of D. C. motor vehicle financial responsibility act appli-

cable to reckless driving.

286. Adverse report on resolution requesting Secretary of War to furnish informa-

tion concerning airplane contracts.

287. Conference report on bill to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in

peanuts.

288. Printing additional copies of hearings on Agriculture Department appropria-

tion bill, 1942.

289. To reinstate in Court of Claims certain suits of Eastern and Western Chero-

kee Indians against United States.

290. Bridge across Ohio River near Cannelton, Ind.

291. Bridge across Cumberland River below Clees Ferry, Tenn.

292. Bridge across St. Louis River near Duluth, Minn., and Superior, Wis.

293. Bridge across Mississippi River near Dubuque, Iowa, and East Dubuque,

Ill.

294. Bridge across Susquehanna River near Millersburg, Pa.
295. Bridge across Susquehanna River near Harrisburg, Pa.

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296. Bridge across Susquehanna River near Middletown, Pa.

297. Bridge across Mahoning River in Lowellville, Ohio.

298. Bridge across Mississippi River near Keokuk, Iowa.

299. Changing name of Fort Marion National Monument to Castillo de San

Marcos National Monument.

300. Exchange of tribal land of Santa Ysabel Reservation for other land of equal

value.

301. Fifth supplemental national defense appropriation bill, 1941.

302. Consideration of bill increasing authorized enlisted strength of Navy, eto.

303. Relief of Allentown Airport Corporation.

304. Relief of William C. Reese.

305. Relief of Ben Torian and Joe J. McDonald.

306. Relief of legal guardian of Howard Burkette.

307. Relief of Phillip C. Holt.

308. Relief of S. Uttal.

309. Court of Claims to hear claim of Herbert M. Gregory.

310. Relief of Maude Wilcox.

311. Relief of legal guardian of Joy Montgomery.

312. Relief of Johnson Flying Service, Incorporated.

313. Relief of Hilda C. Allstrom.

314. Relief of Clayton W. Curtis.

315. Settlement of claim of J. H. Redding, Incorporated.

316. Relief of Ernest H. Steinberg.

317. Relief of Dollie C. Pichette.

318. Relief of Dan A. Tarpley, Ernest H. Tarpley, and Pearl Tarpley.

319. Relief of widow and children of Jo M. Ferguson.

320. Relief of John McAlister, Incorporated.

321. Relief of Glen E. Robinson, doing business as Robinson Marine Construction

Company

322. Court of Claims to hear claim of legal representatives of estate of Robert L.

Wright.

323. Report of Forestry Joint Committee on forest lands of U. S.

324. Extension of bituminous coal act of 1937 for period of 2 years.

325. Consideration of bill extending provisions of bituminous coal act of 1937 for

period of 2 years.

326. Conference report on 1st deficiency appropriation bill, 1941.

327. Exempting from taxation articles imported by foreign consular officers, etc.,

for personal or official use.

328. To relieve 3-year Regular Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard members,

etc., from selective training and service.

329. War Department civil functions appropriation bill, 1942.

330. To carry out obligations of United States under inter-American coffee agree-

ment. 2 pts.
331. Consideration of bill to carry out obligations of United States under inter-

American agreement.
332. Consideration of bill to exempt from internal-revenue taxes articles imported

by foreign consular officers, etc.

333. Authorizing sale and conveyance of certain property of estate of Jackson

Barnett.

334. Fixing boundary lines on Wind River Indian lands, Wyo.

335. Conference report on independent offices appropriation bill, 1942.

336. Basis for computing overtime pay for laborers in Railway Mail Service.

337. Relative to annual labor on mineral claims in Alaska.

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