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Architect of the Capitol-Continued

Page
Parking space, visitors.

370
Plaza, reservation of

373
Space demand...

372
Tydings, Hon. Joseph D., correspondence

371
Rayburn and Cannon Buildings.

95
Restoration request

97
Additional items..

97
Salaries, Office of the Architect

103
Additional personnel.

104, 113
Attorney, work for.

104, 105-113
Contingent expenses.
Travel

113
Salaries and expenses.

324
Capitol Building -

328
Evening opening of Capitol..

328
Areas accessible to visitors.

331
Cleaning problem.

329
Personnel requirements.

329
Policemen..

329
Estimate

328
Capitol Grounds.

316
Jurisdiction of District of Columbia.

317
Resurfacing East Capitol and adjacent drives -

316
Contingent expenses -

326
GAO audit...

321
Garage, legislative..

127, 3.52
Maintenance and general funding

127-125
Storage of House cars.

3.52
House allowance.
Attorney, disallowance of

325
Plaque, commemorative...

327
Radio-television galleries, conversion...

327
Restoration, Old Senate and Supreme Court

327
Senate expenditures, breakdown of .

3.35
Justification --

3.56
Senate Office Buildings.

347
Amount requested.

317
Cleaning practices..

376
Electric clock and call system, 1965 installation.

315
Elevator, modernization of No. 10..
Fire detection system, rehabilitation..

Around-the-clock responsibility.
Graveyard shift police, adequacy of.

Operation of protection system.
Fire hazard elimination, Old Senate Office, 1965-
Firehose and fog nozzle replacement-
Storage, New Senate Office.
Police, midnight shift.

Responsibility assignment of..
Senate versus House Office expenditures

Charwomen.
Current analyses, House versus Senate.

Furniture.
Personnel...

Subway maintenance and operation.
l'nexpended fund.
West front improvement

345
330
350)
351
351
349

349
363

3.)3

354
364. 36,5
334, 361

333
364
327

33

East front construction records.
Oyster shell lime..
Photographs
Report of Thompson & Lichtner Co., November

1964.

Survey results
Senate Office Building, completion of
Stewart, J. George, statement of
Supplies and materials...

Bulldozer replacement and ash-truck purchase.
Fuel.

339-346

332, 333
334, 335. 336, 337

131
132
131

Page
Government Printing Office, U.S...

141
Building site, new Government Printing Office.

151
Annex to present site.

159
Bolling-Anacostia site.

152
House deletion of funds.-

152
Commercial procurement contracts.

163, 164
Contract for design-

155
Cost estimate, breakdown of

156, 157, 160, 186
Increase, explanation of _

186, 187
Site development cost-

187
Distribution service-

164
Equipment, disposition of ..

165
Flint, Clarence M., statement of -

141
Commercial printing plants-

166
Kingsport, Tenn., and Webb Publishing Co., St. Paul,
studies on.

163
Cost of survey

162
Present location unsuitable to mechanization.--

161
Giegengack, A. E., statement of..

278
Automation

286
Commercial printing plants, utilization of

279
Cost of new plant.-

281
Delivery and storage.

284
Departmentalization of presses.

285
Government versus private plants -

282, 283
Improvement of present plant...

280
In-line versus múltistory plant..

280, 281
Present location, advantages of..

278, 279
Superintendent of Documents, relocation of

281, 288
Government printing versus private printing-

156
In-line trends in printing plants..

168
Labor cost in construction.

167
Location of proposed building-

183
Dockage facilities.
Railroad trackage..

184
Mikalson, Harry, statement of

311
Spurious emergencies..

311
State versus Government printing-

312
National Capital Planning Commission, letter..

153
National Training School for Boys site-

153, 154, 155, 428
Norick, James, statement of

313
Inconsistencies in testimony

313
Obligations and contracts..

154
Predesign study--

151
Present building, disposition of..

165
Rental, possible.

180
Reduction in request.

153, 159
Relocation of office, excerpt from hearings

160
Roberts, Mark, statement of -

310
Industry capacity for Government printing-

310
Savings, anticipated annual..

164
Space situation..

164
Budget request, 1966-

141
Commercial contract

181
Depository libraries.

204, 424
American Library Association, letter from.

424
Publications of agencies, distribution of -

204
Number authorized..

206
List of depository libraries

207
Increase over 1965...

203
Personnel...

204
Postage and office supplies.

204
Revenue from sales.

203

186

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Government Printing Office, U.S.-Continued
Harrison, James L., statement of ..

142
Apprenticeship training program.

145
Awards presented.-

145
Cost and income analyses..

145
Electronic printing field.

142, 143
Executive Order 10988..

144
Patent Office printing and binding-

143
Warehouse and paper storage.-

145
Warren report and United States Code..

145
Workweek and wages, standard..

144
Printing costs.

146
Comparison of central office work with outside purchases.

432
Printing and binding costs, congressional..

146, 147, 181, 195, 200
Congressional printing and binding, division of..

146, 147
Congress' method of supplying material.

148
Congressional Record printing-

149
Franked envelopes and documents.

149
Hearings cost.

150
Limitation on committee printing--

147
Miscellaneous publications.

150
Senate and House Journals.

150
Justification ...

195
Percentage of contracted work.

182
Report on committee requests.

200
United States Code and supplements.

151
Private industry, comparison with (See “Comparison, etc.” table above. 202
Revolving fund, Government Printing Office..

200
Space usage.

201
Statements, various..

277, 292
Sommer, Donald E.--.

292
Adjacent space availability

292
Electronic and offset printing-

293, 294
Excessive construction cost.

296
Feasibility analyzation.

307
Letter from

431
Occupancy cost determination.

301
Per man production ----

304
Printing and collateral space needs..

297, 298
Printing production dollar value....

3012
Taymans, Bernard J., letter of..

426
Thrush, Donald B., statement of.

277, 288
Decentralizing printing--

291
Government printing contractors.

289
Present location, efficiency of.

290)
Printing Industry of America.

277
Savings determination ----

291
Superintendent of documents, office of..

203
Budget request, 1966..

203
Contingency fund..

204, 205
Superintendent of Documents, space for.

157
Survey of Government Printing Office, 1956..

1.58
Library of Congress.
Automation.

6, 38
Restoration request.
Bengies, Md., storage space.

39
Books for the blind.

34,
House allowance.
Justification.

Production of books..
Budget request and House allowance.
Increases granted and restoration request.

5
Summary tables..

25
Catalog cards, distribution of

32, 65
Arrearages in work..
Estimated return, fiscal year 1965.
House proviso...
Justification.-
Self-supporting activity.

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Library of Congress-Continued

Pago
Collection and distribution of library materials (Public Law 480).

6, 74
Comprehensive sets..

76, 77
Currency utilization.

76
House action.---

6
Justification.-

74
Copyright Office

21, 57
Copyright costs.

22
Fees.

22
Income and cost, comparative tables...

58
Justification..

57
Pending legislation, effect of.

58
Fees, increase in..
Personnel...

21
Registration by subject.

60
Exchange and gift division...

45
Foreign currency program..

9
Countries involved..

11
Exchange agreements.

12
Personnel situation.-

10, 11
Poland and Yugoslavia, extension to.

10
Funds available, all sources, total..--
General collection and law library, books.-

6, 40, 68
Books for general collection --

68
Justification..

46, 68
Restoration request..

69
Special fund, need for.

69
Items in Library --

20
Publications, world total.

20
Justification.--

7,35
Law library and administration department-

54, 70
Books for...-

70
Justification,

59, 74
Restoration request.

71
Legislative Reference Service.

23, 60
Congressional requests.-

25, 26, 28
Constituent requests.-

24, 29, 30
Digest of bills.

28
Justification.--

60
Misuse of service..

27,31
Mundt, Hon. Karl E., letter from.

44
Personnel

45
Personnel request.---

51
Public Law 480 program impact..

52
Science Division personnel.-
Workload..

24, 31, 32
Madison Memorial Library -

40
Specifications, study of

40
Metropolitan Police Department, reimbursement of.

43
Microfilming and photocopying materials..

70
Motion picture history, preservation of.

34
Moving costs, Navy Yard Annex --

39
Mumford, L. Quincy, statement of..

5
Restorations requested..

5
Automation.---
Books, general collection and law library -

6
Collection and distribution of materials.

6
Foreign currency program.

6
Personnel...

5
Personnel situation.

18, 45, 49
Use of personnel.

19
Public Law 480 program.

74
Recapitulation of requests.

8
Receipts, total..

14
Reference department.

49
Justification.

49
Summary of requests...

49, 50, 51, 52, 53
Xerox reproduction.-

53

32

Library of Congress-Continued

Page
Restoration request, total..

7
Russian accessions, monthly index..

15
Funding of item..

16
Value of project..

17
Salaries and expenses, House allowance.

35
Justification.-

35
Sales, catalog cards and publications.

11
Uniform cleaning, laundering, and repair.

42
Vehicle purchase and rental.

41
Senate, U.S.

221
Capitol Police

260
Capitol Police Board.

262
Cheatham, William S., letter from

433
Increase

260
Evening opening of Capitol.

261
General expenses, justification.

263
Custodial service.

264
Salaries, additional_

264
Total cost, additional salaries.

264
Metropolitan Police, funds for-

261
Metropolitan Police versus Capitol Police force, memorandum. 265
Patrolling Capitol Grounds...-

262
Crimes reported.

262
Training Capitol Police

266
Uniforms and equipment.

262
Expenditures, current analyses of House versus Senate.

364, 365
General Accounting Office testimony-

375
Budget request, 1965.-

376
General Services Administration testimony -

382
Building cost, interest, amortization..

3S3
Building report

354
Responsibility of GSA..

351
Comptroller General, letter from

377
GAO studies.

376
Capability of GAO.

383
Elevator renovation as saving-

351
Interest on borrowed construction funds.

379
Moving equipment, cost of

385
Operating costs considered..

390)
Payment through savings..

356
Revised section 3709 and negotiated contracts.

381, 352
Immigration and National Policy, Joint Committee on..

269, 317
Celler, Hon. Emanuel, statement of..

269
Funding

273, 275
Inactivity of committee.

270, 271
Accessibility of staff members.

270
Previous studies.

272
Work to be done.

271
Membership-

276
Opposition to budget request.

269
Truman veto message on immigration.

274
Feighan, Hon. Michael A., statement of.

317
Activation recommended...

321
Budget request, 1966.

319
Delegation of congressional authority
Major problems, 1966.

315
Pending immigration legislation reform.

31
Support of funds request...

317
Joint committees

2.39
Atomic energy
Defense production...

269)
Economic Commitee, Joint.
Immigration and national policy
Inaugural ceremonies.

239
Internal revenue taxation.
Printing

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