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Committee on Education; various subjects (651-73.1).
Committee on Inmigration and Naturalization: various subjects (65A-Hill.l).
Committee on Indian Affairs: California Indians (65A-H5.1); wississippi

Choctaws (65A-115.2); irrigacion on the Flathead Reservation, biont. (65A

15.3); and various subjects (654-15.4). Committee on Interstate and Fcreign Com' erce: the bridging or damu ing of

navigable waters (651-16.1); civil-service retirement (65A-H6.2); the ccal industry (656-716.3); daylight-saving time (65A-H6.4); 8-hour day (656-16.5); influenza epidemic (65A-116.6); insurance companies (654-116. 7); Government regulation of the food supply, meatpacking, and the general price level (654-46.8); post lorld War I procurement of raw materials (656-H6.9); rail operation by the Government (65A-!6.10); rail ownership and control by the Government (651-16.11); rail rates and charges (656-16.12); telephone and telegraph cwnership and control by the Government (65A-H6.13 ); waterborne and cverseas commerce (65A-H6.14); and vari

ous subjects (656-16.15). Committee on Irrigation of Arid Lands: various subjects (65A-H7.1). Committee on the Judiciary: a cknowledgement of God by constitutional airend

ment (65A-HE.1); antilynching legislation (65A-H8.2); bankruptcy (65AH8.3); banning the use of the German langzage (658-1!8.4); censorship of news (65A-HE.5); compulsory military training (65A-18.6); election instead of appointment of Federal judges (65A-H8.7); labor resentment at convictions in California of Thomas J. iooney and Varren K. Billings (65A-48.8); pledges of loyalty and support to the President and the Government in the crisis with Germany (651.-:8.9); polygamy (65A-H8.10); prohibition (656-H8.11); repression of pro-cernan activities (656-118.12); respect to the national flag (651--1.13); woman suffrage (65A-H8.);

and various subjects (65A-H6.25). Committee on the Library: a day of national prayer and humility (65A-H9.1);

a proposed national conservatory of music and art (65A-H9.2); and vari

ous subjects (65A-19.3). Committee on ierchant arine and Fisheries: amateur radio operators (656

h10.1); creation of a strong merchant marine (65A-H10.2); a hospital for the Bristol Bay region of Alaska (651-410.3); pollution of streans and

waters (65A-110.4); and various subjects (651-H10.5). Committee on military Affairs: antagonism to fighting on foreign soil (654

Hll.l); censorship of news (65A-H11.2); compulsory universal military training (65A-H11.3); engineer troops (65A-Hl1.4); exemption from military service on religious grounds (65:1-H11.5); personal communications to relatives in Hungary (654-1:11.6); pledge of loyalty and support to the President and the Government in the crisis with Germany (65A-H21.7);

prohibition (65A-H1.1.8); and various subjects (65A-Hl1.9). Committee on Mines and lining: establishment of a Department of lines (65A

H12.1) and various subjects (65A-H12.2). Comn:ittee cn laval Affairs: the brig Niagara, Commodore Perry's flagship

in the Battle of Lake Frie (654-113.1); sentiment from Puerto Rico for naming a battleship for that island (654-113.2); too irksome efficiency imposed by premium or bonus system (654-H13.3); and various subjects (65A-H13.)).

Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: contributory plan for the pen

sioning of letter carriers (65A-H14.1); Federal-aid roads (65A-H14.2); the franking privilege (65A-H14.3); liquor advertisements in the mails (65A-H14.4); newspaper advertising by the Government (65A-H14.5); the organizing of public employees for mutual welfare (65A-H14.6); pneumatictube mail service (65A-HU/1.7); postal pay and allowances (65A-H24.8);

postal rates (65A-H14.9); and various subjects (65A-H14.10). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (654-H15.1). Committee on Rivers and Harbors: various subjects (65A-H16.1). Committee on the Territories: various subjects (65A-1017.1). Committee on Ways and Lieans: various subjects (65A-H18.1).

825

ELECTION RECORDS, 8 in.

Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (65A-Jl), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.

OTHER RECORDS. 8 in.

826 Notices of the ratification of the 18th amendment, for the prohibition of intoxicating liquors (65A-KI); communications addressed to the Speaker which were of special interest to the House (65A-K2); and 3 volumes of roll calls (65A-K3). Arranged chronologically within each group', except 65A-Kl, which is arranged alphabetically by State.

Records of the Office of the Clerk

RECORD BOOKS. 20 vols. 5 ft.

827 House bill book (65C-Al); House resolution book--joint, concurrent, and simple--together with Senate joint and concurrent resolutions (65C-A2); Sena te bill book (65C-A3); individual ledger (65C-A4); record of referrals of bills and resolutions to committees (656-A5); register of papers sent to the Senate (65C-A6); register of papers received from the Senate (65CA7); record of Senate bills referred in the House (65C-A8); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (65C-A9); Bill Clerk's receipt book (65C-A10); petition bocks (65C-All); nctices for Unanimous Consent Calendar (65C-A12); and a record of calendars, Apr.-ay, 1917 (65C-A13).

828 OTHER RECORDS. 1 in.

Notes from the Speaker to the Clerk (65B-B2) and reports filed with the Clerk pursuant to law (65B-B2). Arranged chronologically within each group.

SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS, 1919-21

First Session, May 19-November 19, 1919
Second Session, December 1, 1919-June 5, 1920
Third Session, December 6, 1920–March 3, 192]

Records of Legislative Proceedings

829

MINU TE BOOKS AND JOURNALS. 11 vols. 4 ft.

Minute book, Ist session (66A-Al); legislative journal, Ist session (66AA2); minute book, 2d session (66A-A3); legislative journal, 2d session (66AA4); minute book, 3d session (66A-A5); and legislative journal, 3d session (66A-A6).

830

BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 20 ft.

Fifty-nine volumes of origina] House bills (66A-BI); original House concurrent resolutions (66A-B2); House simple resolutions (66A-B3); House orders (66A-B4); desk copies of House bills passed (66A-B5); desk copies of House joint resolutions passed (66A-B6); desk copies of House concurrent resoluticns agreed to (66A-B7); desk copies of House simple resolutions agreed to (66A-B8); engrossed House bills (66A-B9); and engrossed House joint resolutions (66A-B10). Arranged numerically within each group, except 66A-B44, which is arranged chronologically.

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BIILS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE SENATE AND CONSIDERED IN THE HOUSE.

831 Senate bills passed (66A-CI); Senate joint resolutions passed (66A-C2); and Senate concurrent resolutions agreed to (66A-C3). Arranged numerically within each group.

PAPERS ACCOMPANYING SPECIFIC BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS. 150 ft.

832 Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 66A-D4, 66A-D15, 66A-D19, 66A-D23, and 664-D31, in which private bills are arranged alphabetically by person or subject.

Conmittee on Agriculture (66A-D1); Committee on Banking and Currency (66AD2); Committee on the Census (66A-D3); Committee on Claims (66A-D4); Committee on the District of Columbia (66A-D5); Committee on Education (66A-D6); Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department (66A-D7); Committee on Flood Control (66A-D8); Committee on Foreign Affairs (66A-D9); Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (664-010); Conmittee on Indian Affairs (661Dll); Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions (66A-D12); Committee on Insular Affairs (66A-D13); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (66A-D14); Committee on Invalid Pensions (66A-D15); Committee on the Judiciary (66A-D16); Committee on Labor (66A-D17); Committee on the Library

(66A-D18); Committee on Military Afairs (664-D19); Committee on lines and Mining (66A-D20); Comnittee on Naval Affairs (66A-D21); Committee on Patents

(664-D22); Committee on Pensions (664-D23); Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads (66A-D24); Committee on Printing (66A-D25); Committee on Public Buildings (66A-D26); Committee on Reform in the Civil Service (664D27); Committee on Rivers and Harbors (664-D28); Committee on koads

(66A-D29); Committee on the Territories (66A-D30); Committee on War Claims (66A-D31); Committee on Ways and Means (66A-D32); and Select Committee on Waterpower (66A-D33).

COMITTEE REPORTS. 25 vols. 6 ft.

833 Original committee reports, Ist session (66A-El), 2d session (66A-E2), and 3d session (66A-E3). Arranged numerically within each group.

COMITTEE PAPERS. 200 ft.

834 Records of the following committees, 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 Agriculture: administrative papers (66A-F1.1); hearings (66A

F1.2); and various subjects (66A-F1.3). Committee on Appropriations: administrative papers (66A-F2.1) and corre

spondence (66A-F2.2). Committee on Banking and Currency: rural credits (66A-F3.1); hearings (66A

F3.2); and various subjects (66A-F3.3). Committee on Claims: a docket volume (66A-F4.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: administrative papers (66A-F5.1)

and annual reports of D. C. public utilities (66A-F5.2). For docket,

see entry 822. Committee on Education: hearings (664-F6.1). Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in

Congress: administrative papers (661-F7.1). For minutes, see entry 822. Committee on Elections No. 1: Victor L. Berger (66A-F8.1); and contested

election cases of Henry L. Bodenstab v. Victor L. Berger, Wisconsin (66A-F8.2), Joseph P. Carney y. Victor L. Berger, Wisconsin (66A-F8.3), Albert L. Reeves v. William T. Bland, Missouri (66A-F8.4), and James D. Salts v. Sam C. Major, Missouri (66A-F8.5). There is also a volume of

mimi tes (66A-F8.6). Committee on Elections No. 2: contested election case of Peter F. Tague v.

John F. Fitzgerald, Massachusetts (66A-F9.1). There are also a volume

of minutes (66A-F9.2) and a docket volume (664-F9.3). Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election case of James Wickersham

v. Charles A. Sulzer and George B. Grigsby, Alaska (66A-F10.1). There

is also a volume of minutes (66A-F10.2). Committee on Enrolled Bills: 2 volumes relating to the enrollment of bills

and resolutions (66A-F43.1). Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department: administrative papers

(66A-F11.1); and various subjects (66A-Fll.2). There is also a volume

of minutes (66A-F11.3). Committee on Expenditures in the ivavy Department: hearinys (66A-F12.1)

and various subjects (66A-F12.2). Committee on Expenditures in the State Department: appropriations and ex

penditures of the State Department for the fiscal year 1920 (66A-F13.1). Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Department: hearings (666-F72.1);

War Risk Insurance Bureau (66A-F14.2); and various subjects (66A-F14.3). Committee on Expenditures in the War Department: various subjects (66A

F25.1).

Committee on Flood Control: administrative papers (bla-1'16.1) and North

Dakota Drainage and Flood Control Commission (66A-F16.2). Committee on Foreign Affairs: administrative papers (66A-F17.1); and corre

spondence (66A-F17.2), arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: administrative papers (66A

F18.1); hearings (66A-F18.2); correspondence (66A-F18.3), arranged alphabetically by correspondent; a volume of minutes (66A-F18.4); and

a docket volume (66A-F18.5). Committee on Indian Affairs: administrative papers (66A-F19.1); hearings

(66A-F19.2); investigation of the Indian Bureau (66A-F19.3); White

Earth Reservation, Minn. (66A-F19.4); and various subjects (66A-F19.5). Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions: administrative papers (66A

F20.1); hearings (66A-F20.2); and various subjects (66A-F20.3). Committee on Insular Affairs: administrative papers (66A-F21.1). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: administrative papers (66A

F22.1); Federal Trade Commission (66A-F22.2); hearings (66A-F22.3); railroad passes to legislators (66A-F22.4); and various subjects (66AF22.5). There are also a volume of minutes which also contains the minutes of the Select Committee on Waterpower (66A-F22.6) and a docket

volume (66A-F22.7). Committee on Invalid Pensions: administrative papers (66A-F23.1); corre

spondence (66A-F23.2), arranged alphabetically by correspondent; a volume of minutes (66A-F23.3); and 5 docket volumes (66A-F23.4). For

a record on the disposition of case files, see entry 809. Committee on the Judiciary: administrative papers (66A-F24.1); hearings

(66A-F24.2); Near East relief (66A-F24.3); and various subjects (66A

F24.4). There is also a volume of minutes (66A-F24.5).
Committee on the Library: Gen. 0. S. Grant Monument, Washington, D. C.

(66A-F25.1); historical frieze in the rotunda of the Capitol (66A-F25. 2); John Ericsson Memorial, Washington, D. C. (66A-F25.3); Smithsonian Institution (66A-F25.4); various subjects (66A-F25.5); and unbound

minutes (66A-F25.6). For docket, see entry 822. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: administrative papers (66A

F26.1) and hearings (66A-F26.2).
Committee on Military Affairs: hearings (66A-F27.1); National Home for

Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (66A-F27.2); orders of the committee (66A-
F27.3); U. S. Air Service (66A-F27.4); U. S. Army Transport Service
(66A-F27.5); U. S. Disciplinary Barracks (66A-F27.6); and various sub-

jects (66A-F27.7). Committee on Mines and Mining: hearings (66A-F28.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: administrative papers (66A-F29.1) and vari

ous subjects (66A-F29.2). Committee on Patents: administrative papers (66A-F30.1); a minute book,

66th to 69th Congresses (66A-F30.2); and a docket volume, 66th to

73d Congresses (66A-F30.3). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: hearings (66A-F31.1); Joint

Commission on the Postal Service (66A-F31.2); and various subjects
(66A-F31.3). There are also a volume of minutes (66A-F31.4); and a
docket volume, 66th and 67th Congresses (66A-F31.5).

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