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naval expansion (61A-H25.3); raising of the U. S. S. Maine (61A-H25.4);

and various subjects (61A-H25.5). Committee on Patents: various subjects (61A-H26.1). Committee on Pensions: various subjects (61A-H27.1). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: benevolent, fraternal, and ed

ucational society publications (61A-H28.1); parcel post, and postal savings (61A-H28.2); postage rates on advertisements of fortune tellers, spiritualists, and clairvoyants (61A-H28.3); postage rates on periodicals and magazines (61A-H28.4); retirement plan for postal employees (61AH28.5); rural carrier compensation (61A-H28.6); stamped envelopes print

ed by the Government (61A-H28.7); and various subjects (61A-H28.8). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: public construction in Troy,

Ohio (61A-H29.1), and various subjects (614-H29.2). Committee on Public Lands: abolition of the Ozark National Forest (61A-1130.

i); disposition of lands of Fort Walla Walla, Vash. (61A-H30.2); San

Francisco's water supply (61A-H30.3); and various subjects (61A-H30.4). Committee on Reform in the Civil Service: retirement and reclassification

of Federal employees (61A-1131.1) and various subjects (61A-1131.2). Committee on Rivers and Harbors: the Hudson River (614-H32.1); the Sacra

mento and San Joaquin Rivers in California (61A-H32.2); and various sub

jects (61A-H32.3). Committee on the Territories: Alaska (61A-H33.1); Hawaii (61A-H33.2); land

donation to sectarian educators, St. Louis Province, N. M. (61A-H33.3);

and various subjects (61A-H33.4). Committee on Ways and Means: Canadian reciprocity (61A-H34.1); creation of

a permanent Tariff Commission (61A-H34.2); tariff on barley, and grains generally (61A-H34.3), casein and lactarene (61A-H34.4), cigars and tobacco from the Philippines (61A-H34.5), cocoa beans (61A-H34.6), coffee and tea (61A-H34.7), diamonds, precious stones, and glass (61A-H34.8), hides (61A-H34.9), hosiery and gloves (61A-H34.-10), iron ores (61A-H34. ll), lithographic products (616-134.12), lumber (61A-H34.13), paper and pulp (61A-H34.14), petroleum (61A-H34.15), post cards (614-H34.16), raw and refined sugar (61A-H34.17), wheat (61A-H34.18), wools and woolen goods (61A-H34.19), and zinc ores (61A-H34.20); taxation of corporations (61A-H34.21), inheritance (61A-H34.22), and oleomargarine (614-H34.23); and various subjects (61A-H34.24).

ELECTION RECORDS. 2 ft.

772 Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (61A-J1), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.

OTHER RECORDS, 6 in.

773 Three volumes of roll calls (61A-Kl), arranged chronologically; notices of ratification of the 16th amendment to the Constitution (61A-K2), arranged alphabetically by State; and various papers (61A-K3), arranged by subject.

Records of Impeachment Proceedings

774

IMPEACHMENT OF E. S. FARRINGTON. Less than 1/4 in.

Petitions pertaining to possible impeachment proceedings against E. S. Farrington, Judge of the U. S. District Court for the District of Nevada (61B-Al).

IMPEACH ENT OF A. S. MOORE. Less than 1/4 in.

775 Petitions pertaining to possible impeachment proceedings against A. S. Moore, Judge of the Second Division of the U. S. District Court of Alaska (61B-B1).

776

IMPEACHMENT OF DANIEL T. WRIGHT. 1/2 in.

Petitions pertaining to possible impeachment proceedings against Daniel T. Wright, Judge of the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia (61B-Cl).

Records cf the Office of the Clerk

RECORD BOOKS. 35 vols. 6 ft.

777 House bill book (61C-Al); House resolution book (61C-A2); Senate bill book (61C-A3); individual ledger (61C-A4); register of papers sent to committees (61C-A5); register of papers sent to the Senate (61C-A6); register of papers received from the Senate (61C-A7); register of House documents (61C-A8); register of committee reports (61C-A9); petition book (61C-A10); and notices for Unanimous Consent Calendar (61C-All).

OTHER RECORDS. Less than 1/4 in.

Various papers (61C-B1), arranged by subject.

778

SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS, 1911-13

First Session, April 4-August 22, 1911
Second Session, December 4, 1911-August 26, 1912

Third Session, December 2, 1912-March 3, 1913

Records of Legislative Proceedings

779

MINU TE BOOKS AND JOURNALS. 12 vols. 5 ft.

Minute book, Ist session (62A-AI); legislative journal, lst session (62AA2); minute bock, 2d session (62A-13); legislative journal, 2d sessicn (624A4); minute book, 3d session (628-05); and legislative journal, 3d session (62A-A6).

BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 41 ft.

780 Ninety-five volumes of original House bills (62A-B1); 1 volume of original House joint resolutions (62A-B2); original Fouse concurrent resolutions (62A-B3); House simple resolutions (62A-B4); House orders (62A-B5); desk

copies of House bills passed (62A-86); desk copies of Ilouse joint resolutions passed (62A-B7); engrossed House bills (62A-38); and engrossed House joint resolutions (62A-B9). Arranged numerically within each group, except 62A-B5, which is arranged chronologically.

BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS CRĪGINA'TING IN THE SENATE AND CONSIDEHED IN THE
HOUSE. 1 ft.

781 Senate bills passed (62A-C1); Senate joint resolutions passed (62A-C2); Senate concurrent resolutions agreed to (62A-C3); and 2 volumes of Senate bills and resolutions reported (62A-C4). Arranged numerically within each group.

782

PAPERS ACCOMPANYING SPECIFIC BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS. 170 ft.

Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 62A-D3, 62A-D10, 62A-D16, 62A-D19, and 62A-D24, in which private bills are arranged alphabetically by person or subject.

Committee on Appropriations (62A-DI); Committee on Banking and Currency (62A-D2); Committee on Claims (62A-D3); Committee on the District of Columbia (62A-14); Committee on Foreign Affairs (62A-D5); Committee on Indian Affairs (62A-D6); Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions (62A-D7); Committee on Insular Affairs (62A-D8); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (62A-D9); Committee on Invalid Pensions (62A-D10); Committee on Irrigation of Arid Lands (62A-Dll); Committee on the Judiciary (62A-D12); Committee on Labor (62A-D13); Committee on the Library (62A-D14); Committee on merchant Marine and Fisheries (621-D15); Committee on Military Affairs (62A-D16); Committee on lines and mining (62A-D17); Committee on Naval Affairs (62A-D18); Committee on Pensions (62A-D19); Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (62A-D20); Committee on Public Lands (62A-D21); Committee on Rivers and Harbors (62A-D22); Committee on the Territories (62AD23); Committee on War Claims (624-D24); and Committee on Ways and Means (62A-D25).

783

COLT:ITTEE REPORTS. 58 vols. 13 ft.

Original committee reports, lst session (62A-El), 2d session (62A-D2), and 3d session (62A-53). Arranged numerically within each group.

COMITTEE PAPERS. 66 ft.

784 Records of the following comittees, relating to the subjects listed or consisting of the kinds of documents specified. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Appropriations: deficiency bill (62A-F1.l); District of Colum

bia (62A-F1.2); fortifications bill (62A-F1.3); legislative, executive, and judicial bill (62A-F1.4); sundry civil expenses bill (62A-F1.5); and

various subjects (62A-F1.6). Committee on Banking and Currency: banking and currency reform (62A-F2.1);

the Money Trust Investigation (62A-F2.2); and various subjects (62A-F2.3). There are also 2 volumes of minutes (62A-F2.4) and a docket volume (62AF2.5).

Comniittee on Claims: collisions by naval vessels (62A-F3.1); French spolia

tions (62A-F3.2); injuries to workers on the Panama Canal (62A-F3.3); and other causes of liability (62A-F3.4). There is also a docket vol

ume (62A-F3.5). Committee on the District of Columbia: categories of printed congressional

items (62A-F4.1); hospital for the insane (62A-F4.2); investigation of insurance companies and of the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (62A-F4.3); purchasing methods (62A-F4.4); tuberculosis hospital (621F4.5); and various subjects (62A-F4.6). There are also a volume of min

utes (62A-F4.7) and 2 docket volumes (62A-F4.8). Committee on Education: administrative papers (62A-F5.1) and various sub

jects (62A-F5.2). There is also a docket volume (62A-F5.3). Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in

Congress: a volume of minutes (62A-F6.1) and a docket volume (62A-F6.2). Committee on Elections No. 1: contested election cases of Fred J. Crowley v.

William W. Wilson, Illinois (62A-F7.1), George R. McLean v. Charles C. Bowman, Pennsylvania (62A-F7.2), Rankin Wiley v. James A. Hughes, vest Virginia (62A-F7.3), and Jesse H. Wise v. Thomas S. Crago, Pennsylvania (62A-F7.4); and various subjects (62A-F7.5). There are also a volume

of minutes (62A-F7.6) and a docket volume (62A-F7.7). Committee on Elections No. 2: contested election cases of Patrick F. Gill

v. Theron E. Catlin, Missouri (62A-F8.1), and Thomas E. Kinney v. 1. C. Dyer, Missouri (62A-F8.2). There is also a volume of minutes, 620, 65th,

and 67 th Congresses (62A-F8.3). Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election cases of Frank H. Hawkins

v. George D. McCreary, Pennsylvania (62A-F9.1); Raymond J. Jodoin v. Edwin W. Higgins, Connecticut (62A-F9.2); and D. D. Murphy v. C. v.

Haugen, Iowa (62A-F9.3). There is also a volume of minutes (626-F9.4). Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department: a volume of minutes

(62A-F10,1) and a docket volume (62A-F10.2). Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department: various subjects

(62A-Fll.l). There are also 2 volumes of minutes (62A-F11.2) and a

docket volume (62A-F11.3). Committee on Expenditures in the State Department: departmental fees and

expenses (62A-F12.1). There are also a volume of minutes, 62d Congress, Ist session, to 63d Congress, Is t session (62A-F12.2); and a docket vol

ume (62A-F12.3). Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Departinent: pay of building serv

ice employees, Omaha, Nebr. (62A-F13.1); Treasury reorganization (62A

F13.2); and various subjects (6211-F13.3). Committee on Foreign Affairs: original messages from the President (62A-F14.

I); other original materials on various subjects (62A-F14.2); printed bills, resolutions, and documents (62A-F14.3), arranged numerically; a

volume of minutes (62A-F14.4); and a docket volume (62A-F14.5). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: bills and resolutions referred

to the committee (626-715.1), arranged numerically; 2 volumes of minutes, 62d Congress, 1st session, to 63d Congress, 2d session (62A-F15. 2); and a docket volume (62A-F15.3).

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George Higgins: 19.3).

Committee on Indian Affairs: medical service for Indians (62A-F16.1);

Osage investigation, including Uncle Sam Oil Co. (62A-F16.2); status of lots at Wilburton, Okla. (62A-F16.3); and various subjects (62A-F16.4). There are also a volume of minutes (62A-F16.5) and a docket volume (62A

F16.6). Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions: a volume of minutes (62A-F17.

1) and a docket volume (62A-F17.2). Committee on Insular Affairs: Alaska (62A-F18.1); Panama Canal Zone (624

F18.2); the Philippines (62A-F18.3); and Puerto Rico (62A-F18.4). There are also a volume of minutes (62A-F18.5) and a docket volume (62A-F18.

6). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: the Commerce Court (62A-F19.

I); express companies and the carriage of parcels (62A-F19.2); pure food (62A-F19.3); and Railroad Securities Commission (621-F19.4). There are also a volume of minutes (62A-F19.5) and 2 docket volumes (62A-F19.

6). Committee on Invalid Pensions: various subjects (62A-F20.1). There are

also 10 docket volumes (62A-F20.2). Committee on Irrigation of Arid Lands: Lake Tahoe-Truckee River region

along the California-Nevada boundary (62A-F21.1) and various subjects (62A-F21.2). There are also a volume of minutes (62A-F21.3) and a dock

et volume (62A-F21.4). Committee on the Judiciary: 2 volumes of minutes (62A-F22.1) and a docket

volume (62A-F22.2). Committee on Labor: a volume of minutes (624-F23.1) and a docke t volume

(62A-F23.2). Committee on the Library: American Academy of Arts and Letters (62A-F24.1);

Braddock Memorial, Uniontown, Pa. (62A-F22.2); busts and portraits (626F24.3); Commission of Fine Arts (62A--F24.4); Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D. C. (62A-F24.5); and various subjects (62A-F24.6). There are also a volume of minutes, 62d Congress, ist session, to 65th Congress, 3d ses

sion (621-F22.7); and a docket volume (62A-F24.8). Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: directives to the committee

(62A-F25.1); and bills and resolutions referred to the committee (62A

F25.2), arranged numerically.
Cormittee on Military Affairs: legislative agenda, especially bills for

the distribution of condemned cannon (62A-F26.1); military instructors for Chile and Cuba (62A-F26.2); and various subjects (62A-F26.3). There are also 2 volumes of minutes (62A-F26.4) and 3 docket volumes (62A-F26.

5). Conmittee on Mines and Mining: a volume of minutes (626-F27.1) and a docket

volume (62A-F27.2). Committee on Naval Affairs: Theodore R. Timby's invention of the revolving

turret (62A-F28.1) and various subjects (62A-F28.2). Committee on Pensions : various subjects (62A-F29.1). There are also a vol

ume of minutes (62A-F29.2) and 4 docket volumes (62A-F29.3). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: Commission on Second-Class ail

Matter (62A-F30.1) and fourth-class postmasters (62A-F30.2). There are

also a volume of minutes (62A-F30.3) and a docket volume (62A-F30.4). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: fire prevention and protection of public buildings (621-F31.1); Government archives (62A-F31.2);

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