35. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.
36. Mobilization of civilian manpower.
37. Consideration of bill relative to mobilization of civilian manpower.
38. Expenses of Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources.
39. Expenses of Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy.
40. Employment of clerk, assistant clerks, and janitor to Committee on Un-
41. Expenses of Civil Service Committee in investigating various activities in
42. Expenses of Special Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning.
43. Expenses of Select Committee on Small Business.
44. Expenses of Special Committee to Investigate Executive Agencies.
45. Establishing grade of admiral in Coast Guard.
46. Disposition of papers by sundry Government Offices.
47. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., to construct certain ditches, tunnels, and oil
pipe lines in Pearl Harbor, T. H.
48. Amending sec. 77 of bankruptcy act relative to railroad reorganizations.
49. Sale of foreign service buildings and grounds and utilization of proceeds in
50. Relief of certain officers and employees of foreign service of United States.
51. Coordination of activities of foreign service. 2 pts.
52. Additional appropriation for census of agriculture, 1945.
53. Payment to Frank J. Siegfried for funeral expenses, etc., of Virginia Siegfried.
54. Independent offices appropriation bill, 1946.
55. To encourage growing of war crops by protecting allotments of producers of
cotton, wheat, and peanuts.
56. Consideration of resolution making additional appropriation for census of
57. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.
58. Continuing Commodity Credit Corporation, permitting subsidy payments on
agricultural products, etc.
59. Relating to escapes of prisoners of war and interned enemy aliens.
60. Administration of Government lending agencies.
61. Postmasters in Alaska to administer oaths and affirmations required under
acts of Legislature of Alaska.
62. Payments of rewards to postal employees for inventions.
63. River and harbor omnibus bill.
64. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.
65. The President to proclaim Oct. 11, 1945, General Pulaski's Memorial Day.
66. Clerical assistance at post offices, branches, or stations serving military and
67. Confirming claim of Charles Gaudet, also known as Charles Godet.
68. Expressing intent of Congress with reference to regulation of business of
69. Relief of John T. Cooper.
70. Relief of Sigurdur Jonsson and Thorolina Thordardottir.
71. Relief of Julia P. Mills.
72. Relief of Ruben M. Herren.
73. Relief of board of trustees, Summerville Consolidated School District, Chat-
tooga County, Ga.
74. Relief of estate of David O. Clements.
75. Payment of awards to employees of Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co. and
76. Relief of estate of H. J. Blexrud.
77. Relief of John P. Hayes and estate of Edward P. McCormack.
78. Relief of Bessie Sykes (Mrs. Luther S.).