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CONTENTS

No. 1, page 1.- Naval Reserve officers on active duty, September 30, 1926.

No. 2, page 3.-— Number of officers, commissioned and warrant, in the United

States Navy as of September 30, 1926.

No. 3, page 7.-Number of retired officers of the line and of the several staff

corps of the Navy, respectively, who have been recalled to active

duty since July 1, 1921, and those who are now on active duty.

No. 4, page 9.—Total number of commissioned officers, line and staff, exclusive

of commissioned warrant and warrant officers on the active list based

on 137,485 enlisted strength distributed in the several ranks of the

line, and total in each of the staff.

No. 5, page 13.- List of line and staff officers on duty in Washington on September

30, 1926.

No. 6, page 15.-Number of officers, line and staff, chief warrant and warrant,

on the active list of the Navy during the period from 1922 to 1926.

No. 7, page 17.-Number of graduates from the Naval Academy from 1900 to

1926.

No. 8, page 19.- Distribution of officers and enlisted personnel of the United

States Navy, September 30, 1926.

No. 9, page 33.—Comparison of officers and men of the United States Navy with

those of Great Britain and Japan.

No. 10, page 41.-Number of civilians, officers, and enlisted men at each navy

yard, naval station, or other shore activity, September 30, 1926.

No. 11, page 51.—To amend the provision contained in the act approved August

29, 1916, relating to the assignment to duty of certain officers of the

United States Navy as fleet and squadron engineers.

No. 12, page 53.-Priority list of legislation as determined by the Navy Depart-

ment for the second session of the Sixty-ninth Congress.

No. 13, page 55.--Authorizing the Court of Claims of the United States to hear

and determine the claim of James Luker (H. R. 12527).

No. 14, page 57.-To correct the naval record of James Allen (H. R. 12975).
No. 15, page 59.---Authorizing the Court of Claims of the United States to hear

and determine the claim of Giacomo Uzzolino (H. R. 12528).

No. 16, page 61.–For the relief of James Walsh (H. R. 12433).

No. 17, page 63.- For the relief of R. J. Graff, former ensign, Supply Corps,

United States Naval Reserve Force (H. R. 11814).

No. 18, page 69.—To correct the military record of Hossie R. Kinney, United

States Marine Corps (H. R. 11969).

No. 19, page 71.-For the relief of former officers of the United States Naval

Reserve Force and the United States Marine Corps Reserve who were

erroneously released from active duty and disenrolled at places other

than their homes or places of enrollment (S. 3480).

No. 20, page 73.–For the relief of Ross F. Collins (H. R. 12937).

No. 21, page 75.-Authorizing the President to appoint W. Ivan King, formerly

a lieutenant, Medical Corps, United States Navy, to his former rank

as a lieutenant, Medical Corps, United States Navy (H. R. 12740).

No. 22, page 77.- For the relief of John Joseph Sullivan (H. R. 12657).

No. 23, page 79.–For the relief of Dewey Tipton Jones (H. R. 12629).

No. 24, page 81.--For the relief of Farrah Dane Richardson (H. R. 12577).

No. 25, page 83.-For the relief of Melvin Gordon Eldred (H. R. 12580).

No. 26, page 85.--For the relief of Lieut. Commander J. A. Guthrie, United

States Navy, retired (H. R. 12525).

No. 27, page 87.–For the relief of Albert Bernback (H. R. 12137).

No. 28, page 89.-Numbers and tonnages, Navies of the United States, British

Empire, Japan, France, and Italy.

No. 29, page 111.–List showing the number of officers on the active list of the

staff corps indicated as of June 30, 1926, and October 30, 1926.

No. 30, page 113.-I. D. Budget for 1928.

No. 31, page 117.—The number of line officers in the United States Navy, the

grade and rank in which serving, and their present duties, as of June

30, 1926, and October 30, 1926.

No. 32, page 127.-To provide additional pay for enlisted men of the United

States Navy assigned to duty on submarine vessels of the Navy

(H. R. 14251).

No. 33, page 131.-To amend the provision contained in the act approved

March 3, 1915, providing that the Chief of Naval Operations during

the temporary absence of the Secretary and Assistant Secretary of

the Navy, shall be next in succession to act as Secretary of the Navy

(H. R. 14248).

No. 34, page 135.- The procurement system of the United States Navy-A

lecture delivered by Capt. Frederick G. Pyne, Supply Corps, United

States Navy, before the United States Army War College, Washing-

ton, D. C., December 9, 1926.

No. 35, page 151.-Fresh-water supply system, Melville, R. I.
No. 36, page 157.—The act making appropriations for the naval service for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 1927.
No. 37, page 159.-For the relief of George F. Newhart, Clyde Hahn, and David

McCormick (H. R. 12421).
No. 38, page 161.-To abolish the naval hospital fund (H. R. 10663).
No. 39, page 165.— Total tonnage of vessels (by classes) laid down or appropriated

for since February 6, 1922 (date of Washington conference).

No. 40, page 167.-Comparative naval data for the treaty navies (correct as of

October 1, 1926).

No. 41, page 173.-A comparison of the various naval tonnages in aircraft car-

riers, cruisers, destroyers, and submarines of the first line built,

building, and appropriated for at the present time.

No. 42, page 177.- For the hospitalization of persons discharged from the

United States Navy or Marine Corps who have contracted tuber-

culosis in the line of duty while in the naval service (H. R. 12708).

No. 43, page 179.-Comparative air strength of the five great powers.

No. 44, page 189.--Statement of Admiral Hilary B. Jones, United States Navy

General Board, Navy Department, on the state of the United States

Navy, also statement of Hon. Curtis D. Wilbur, Secretary of the

Navy.

No. 45, page 221.-Statements of Rear Admiral Andrew T. Long, of the General

Board, United States Navy, and Admiral Edward W. Eberle, Chief

of Naval Operations, l'nited States Navy, on the state of the Navy

No. 46, page 241.-Statements of Hon. Theodore Douglas Robinson, Assistant

Secretary of the Navy; Rear Admiral Charles B. McVay, jr., Budget

officer; Capt. Arthur J. Hepburn and Commander Paul Bastedo,

of the Division of Naval Intelligence; on the state of the Navy.

No. 47, page 261.-To amend section 24 of the act approved February 28, 1925,

entitled “An act to provide for the creation, organization, adminis-

tration, and maintenance of a Naval Reserve and a Marine Corps

Reserve" (H. R. 15212).

No. 48, page 265.- To authorize alterations and repairs to certain naval vessels

(H. R. 15336).

No. 49, page 267.—Providing for sundry matters affecting the naval service

(H. R. 15439).

No. 50, page 273.-For the advancement of Lieut. Commander Richard E. Byrd,

l'nited States Navy, retired, to the grade of commander on the

retired list of the Navy, and awarding him a congressional medal of

honor (H. R. 15048).

No. 51, page 275.—Promotion of Floyd Bennett, United States Navy, and award-

ing to him a congressional medal of honor (H. R. 15049).

No. 52, page 275.-Statement of Admiral E. W. Eberle, Chief of Naval Opera-

tions, l'nited States Navy, on the comparison of the navies.
No. 53, page 295.- Statement of Hon. Edward P. Warner, Assistant Secretary

of the Navy in charge of aviation, on comparison of the navies.
No. 54, page 307.-Number and size of guns, the tonnage, and complement of the

l'nited States, British, and Japanese cruisers.

No. 55, page 311.-To authorize Commander Robert E. Tod, United States

Naval Reserve, to accept from the French Government the brevet and

insignia of “Commandeur de la Legion d'Honneur" (H. R. 14926).

No. 56, page 313.-Summary of number and caliber of main battery guns on

cruisers, first line, built, building, and appropriated for.

No. 57, page 315.—To correct the military record of William Dietle (H. R.

6930).

No. 58, page 317.-Tables showing the tonnage and property value of the ships

scrapped by the various nations as a result of the treaty limiting

naval arament.

No. 59, page 319.—Statement showing the tonnage and property value of the

ships scrapped by the United States as a result of the treaty limiting

naval armament.

No. 60, page 323.-To authorize the construction of additional vessels (H. R.

15415).

No. 61, page 327.--Hearing before a subcommittee of the Committee on Naval

Affairs and a subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs

for an investigation of the helium situation.

No. 62, page 343.--To authorize an increase in the limit of cost of certain naval

vessels (H. R. 15830).

No. 63, page 345.--For the relief of Douglas C. Mitchell (H. R. 11810).

No. 64, page 347.-To repeal the provision in the act approved June 10, 1896,

prohibiting the employment of officers of the Navy or Marine Corps

on the active or retired list by persons furnishing naval supplies or

war material to the Government (H. R. 15659).

No. 65, page 349.- Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy, in his discretion, to

deliver to the custody of the Louisiana State Museum of the city of

New Orleans, La., the silver bell in use on the battleship New Orleans

(H. R. 13483).

No. 66, page 351.--To authorize the exchange of certain land between the United

States and the District of Columbia (H. R. 15541).

No. 67, page 353.—Granting permission to Capt. Thomas L. Johnson, United

States Navy, to accept a brevet and medal of the French Legion of

Honor, tendered by the President of the French Republic (H. R.

15482).

No. 68, page 355.-- A hearing on the bill (H. R. 15336) to authorize alterations

and repairs to certain naval vessels; statements of Rear Admiral

J. D. Beuret, Rear Admiral Claude C. Bloch, and Rear Admiral

John Halligan, jr.

No. 69, page 375.-A hearing on the bill (H. R. 15336) to authorize alterations

and repairs to certain naval vessels; statements of Rear Admiral

Claude C. Bloch, Rear Admiral J. D. Beuret, and Rear Admiral

John Halligan, jr.

No. 70, page 383.- Authorizing the President to appoint Capt. Reginald Rowan

Belknap, United States Navy, retired, a rear admiral on the retired

list of the Navy (H. R. 15291).

No. 71, page 385.---To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to develop an ammu-

nition depot at Hawthorne, Nev., and for other purposes (H. R.

16205).

No. 72, page 387.–To authorize certain officers of the United States Navy and

Marine Corps to accept certain decorations conferred upon them by

the Government of Greece (H. R. 15981).

No. 73, page 389.-To authorize certain officers of the United States Navy to

accept from the Republic of Peru decorations and diploma of the

Order of the Sun, and from the Republic of Ecuador decoration and

diploma of the Estralla Abdon Calderon (H. R. 15928).

No. 74, page 391.—To authorize certain officers of the United States Navy and

civilian employees of the Navy Department to accept certain medals

tendered them by the Republic of China, and to authorize Capt.

Walter S. Crosley, United States Navy, to accept a medal of honor

and merit and a diploma tendered him by the Republic of Haiti

(H. R. 16067).

No. 75, page 393.-To authorize Rear Admiral Albert P. Niblack, United States

Navy, retired, to accept certain decorations from the Principality of

Monaco and from the Kingdom of Denmark (H. R. 15916).

No. 76, page 395.--To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to modify agreements

heretofore made for the settlement of certain claims in favor of the

United States (H. R. 15131).

No. 77, page 399.-To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to dispose of the

former naval radio station, Marshfield, Oreg. (H. R. 16284).

No. 78, page 401.-Statement of Hon. Curtis D. Wilbur on the bill (H, R. 15415)

for additional cruisers.

No. 79, page 413.—To authorize an increase in the limit of cost of certain naval

vessels (H. R. 15830).

No. 80, page 421.- For the relief of R. B. Fulford (H. R. 13190).

No. 81, page 423.---To correct the naval record of James Allen (H. R. 16043).

No. 82, page 425.--To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to proceed with the

construction of certain public works, and for other purposes (H. R.

11492).

No. 83, page 427.-To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to dispose of certain

parts of the frigate “Constitution,” to be used as souvenirs (H. R.

16432).

No. 84, page 429.-To authorize an increase in the limit of cost of one fleet sub-

marine (H. R. 16507).

No. 85, page 431.— Tables giving the number of ships laid down and authorized

by each of the nations signatory to the treaty limiting naval armament

between January 1, 1919, and February 6, 1922.

No. 86, page 437.-For the relief of Frank H. Little (H. R. 15052).

No. 87, page 439.-- For the relief of Lewis Beauregard Whittington (H. R. 13228).

No. 88, page 441.–To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to declare the naval

dispensary at the United States naval station, Guantanamo, Cuba,

to be a naval hospital, and for other purposes (H. R. 16580).

No. 89, page 443.—To provide for date of precedence of certain officers of the

staff corps of the Navy (H. R. 16577).

No. 90, page 445.- For the promotion and retirement of William H. Santelmann,

leader of the United States Marine Band (H. R. 14718).

No. 91, page 447.-Granting an honorable discharge to J. H. Hulse (H. R. 12922).

No. 92, page 449.---For the relief of William J. Platka (H. R. 13200).

No. 93, page 451.--Statement showing saving that would result in case six light

cruisers should be ordered this year.

No. 94, page 453.—To amend the naval record of Frank H. Wilson, alias Henry

Wencel (H. R. 16192).

No. 95, page 455.- Hearings on the bill (H. R. 16616) authorizing the Secretary

of the Navy to proceed with the construction of certain public works.

No. 96, page 599.-To authorize the appraisal of certain Government property,

and for other purposes (H. R. 16771).

No. 97, page 603.--A hearing on the hill (H. R. 15703) appointing Capt. Reginald

Rowan Belknap, United States Navy, retired, a rear admiral on the

retired list of the Navy.

No. 98, page 635.- For the relief of Paymaster Charles Robert O'Leary, United

States Navy (H. R. 15215).

No. 99, page 637.--To authorize plans and specifications for one $6,000,000-

cubic-foot lighter-than-air ship (H. Ř. 13458).

No. 100, page 639.—For the relief of Walter E. Sharon (H. R. 14742).

No. 101, page 641.- For the relief of James M. Thomas (H. R. 8017).

No. 102, page 643.— For the relief of John W. Reardon (H. R. 15323).

No. 103, page 645.— For the relief of Herbert Eaton Raynes (H. R. 14745).

No. 104, page 647.-For the relief of John Leo Bruckner (H. R. 15288).

No. 105, page 649.—Granting six months' pay to Maria J. McShane (H. R.

15990).

No. 106, page 651.-Authorizing the Secretary of War to exchange deteriorated

and unserviceable ammunition and components and for other pur-

poses (H. R. 15120); Military Affairs.
No. 107, page 653.--To amend section 1571 of the Revised Statutes to permit

officers of the Navy to count duty on airships as sea duty (H. R.

16917).
No. 108, page 655.—For the relief of James E. Hughes (H. R. 14746).
No. 109, page 657.- For the relief of James R. Baptie (H. R. 16096).
No. 110, page 659.-For the relief of Walter W. Meyer (H. R. 15797).
No. 111, page 661. For the relief of John Gustav Baisch (H. R. 13972).
No. 112, page 663.-For the relief of John James Kirwan Koughan (H. R. 14943).
No. 113, page 665.—To advance Werdebaugh Ramsey on the retired list of the

United States Navy (H. R. 14663).
No. 114, page 667.-- For the relief of Rawley Clay Allen (H. R. 15111).
No. 115, page 669.- For the relief of George 0. Pratt (H. R. 2238).
No. 116, page 671.--Officers promoted on the retired list.

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