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
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).