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Committee on Printing: administrative papers (66A-F32.1); publications of

Federal agencies for the fiscal year 1920 (66A-F32.2); and a docket

volume (66A-F32.3). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: correspondence (66A-F33.1),

arranged alphabetically by correspondent; hearings (66A-F33.2); and various subjects (66A-F33.3). There is also a volume of minutes (66A

F33.4). Comunittee on Reform in the Civil Service: hearings (66A-F34.1) and various

subjects (66A-F34.2). There are also a volume of min tes, 66th to 68th Congresses (66A-F34.3); and a docket volume, 66th and 67th Congresses (66A-F34.4). Minutes of the Committee on the Civil Service, 68th to 70th Congresses, and dockets, 68th to 71st Congresses, are bound with

the minutes and dockets of this committee. Committee on Rivers and Harbors: hearings (66A-F35.1) and various subjects

(66A-F35.2). Committee on Roads: hearings (64-F36.1); a volume of minutes, 66th Con

gress, to 70th Congress, 1st session (66A-F36.2); and a docket volume,

66th to 71st Congresses (66A-F36.3). Committee on the Territories: administrative papers (66A-F37.1) and Alaska

(66A-F37.2). There are also a volume of minutes, 66th to 68th Congresses

(66A-F37.3), and a docket volume, 66th to 75th Congresses (66A-F37.4). Committee on Ways and Means: assessment of ad valorem duties according to

American valuations (66A-F38.1); and correspondence (66A-F38.2), arranged

alphabetically by correspondent. Committee on Woman Suffrage: various subjects (66A-F39.1). There are also

a volume of minutes (66A-F39.2) and a docket volume (66A-F39.3). Select Committee to Inquire Into the Operation of the U. S. Shipping Board

and the U. S. Emergency Fleet Corporation: various subjects (66A-F40.1),

arranged alphabetically by subject. Select Committee to Investigate Contracts and Expenditures Made by the War

Department During the War: various subjects (66A-F41.1), arranged alpha

betically by subject. Select Committee on Viater Power: the minutes of this committee are bound

with those of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, see 66A-F22.6).

ORIGINALS OF PRINTED HOUSE DOCUMENTS. 53 vols. 12 ft.

835 Original House documents, lst session (66A-G1), 2d session (661-62), and 3d session (66A-G3). Arranged numerically within each group.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOL TIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURLS, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 54 ft.

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Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject.
Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group.
Committee on Agriculture: cooperative marketing of farm products (66A-H1.

1); cost of living (66A-H1.2); daylight-saving time (66A-H1.3); guaranteed price of wheat (66A-H1.4); interstate marketing system (66A-H1.5); Muscle Shoals nitrate plant (66A-H1.6); production, sale, and distribution of livestock (66A-H1.7); repeal of wartime prohibition (66A-H1.3); rural credit (66A-11.9); sugar (66A-11.10); truthful labeling (66A-H2. 11); and various subjects (664-H1.12).

Committee on Appropriations: Board of Social Hygiene (66A-H2.1); bonus for

Federal employees (66A-42.2); Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (66A-H2.3); Federal aid to States in the construction of roads (66A-H2. 4); investigation of the causes of influenza (66A-H2.5); national budget system (66A-H2.6); U. S. Employment Service (66A-H2.7); and various sub

jects (666-H2.8). Committee on Banking and Currency: Comptroller of the Currency (66A-H3.1);

Federal Farm Loan Act (66A-43.2); Federal Home Loan Administration (66AH3.3); Federal Reserve Act (66A-H3.4); Federal Urban Mortgage Act (664

H3.5); and various subjects (66A-113.6).
Committee on the Census: various subjects (66A-H4.1).
Committee on Elections No. 1: seating of Victor L. Berger of Wisconsin (66A-

H5.1).
Committee on Foreign Affairs: Armenia (66A-H6.1); Bolshevism (66A-H6.2);

China, Japan, and Shantung Province (66A-H6.3); deportation of members
of the Hindustan Gadar Party in the United States (664-16.4); European
relief (66A-H6.5); Greek territorial claims (66A-46.6); Italian terri-
torial claims (66A-H6.7); Korea (66A-H6.8); League of Nations (66A-H6.9);
Mexico (66A-H6.10); Northern Epirus (66A-116.11); peace treaty (66A-H6.12);
persecution of Jews in Central Europe (66A-H6.23); Poland (66A-H6.14);
proposed deportation of Lord Mayor Daniel J. O'Callaghan of Cork, Ireland
(66A-H6.15); recognition of the Irish Republic (66A-H6.16); recognition
of the Lithuanian Republic (66A-H6.17); Russia (66A-H6.18); the Ukraine
(66A-H6.19); use of colored French troops in occupied Germany (66A-H6.20);

Yugoslav territorial claims (66A-H6.21); and various subjects (66A-H6.22). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: deportation of aliens who

claimed exemption from military service (666-H7.1); deportation of Lord Mayor Daniel J. O'Callaghan of Cork, Ireland (66A-H7.2); deportation of undesirable aliens (66A-H7.3); investigation of the Bureau of Immigration (66A-47.4); Oriental immigration (66A-H7.5); temporary suspension of im

migration (66A-H7.6); and various subjects (66A-H7.7). Committee on Indian Affairs: grant of full citizenship rights to American

Indians (66A-H8.1); and various subjects (66A-H8.2). Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions : various subjects (66A-H9.1). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: cost of living (66A-H10.1);

daylight-saving time (66A-H10.2); equalization of the pay and allowances of commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Coast Guard with those of of the Navy (66A-H10.3); Federal Coal Commission (66A-H10.4); Federal control of the livestock and meatpacking industry (66A-H10.5); Federal control of New York State canals (66A-H10.6); Federal operation of the Cape Cod Canal (66A-H10.7); interstate transmission of racing information and odds (66A-H10.8); protection of maternity and infancy (66A-H10. 9); public health (66A-H10.10); railroads (66A-H10.11); regulation of coal production (66A-H10.12); regulation of food, drugs, and medicine in interstate commerce (66A-H10.13); regulation of the interstate use of automobiles and other vehicles (66A-H10.14); regulation of the manufacture, sale, and use of explosives (66A-H10.15); trade relations with Russia (66A-H10.16); transfer of the Coast Guard from the Treasury Department to the Navy Department (664-H10.17); truth-in-fabrics bill (66AH10.18); war-risk insurance and benefits to veterans (66A-H10.19); and various subjects (66A-H10.20).

ablic health A-H10.12); regulegulation of

Committee on the Judiciary: amendment of the Constitution (66A-H11.1);

antilynching legislation (66A-H11.2); blue laws (66A-111.3); bribery in interstate and foreign commerce (66A-Hl1.4); collective bargaining (66AH1.5); cost of living (66A-H11.6); daylight-saving time (66A-Hl1.7); discrimination against colored people (66A-H11.8); explosives (66A-H1l. 9); illegal actions of President Wilson (66A-H11.10); injunction against the United Mine Workers (66A-H11.11); League of Nations (66A-H21.12); legislation against the use of tobacco (66A-H21.13); parole of Federal prisoners (66A-H11.14); prisoners convicted under the Espionage Act (66AH21.15); prohibition (66A-Hli.16); purchase of liberty bonds by scalpers (66A-H11.17); repeal of luxury tax 166A-Hll.18); sedition (66A-H11.19); strike legislation and the rights of labor (66A-H11.20); suffrage (66AH21.21); suits in admiralty against the U. S. Governinent (66A-H21.22);

Victor L. Berger (66A-H21.23); and various subjects (66A-H11.24). Committee on Labor: 8-hour day (66A-11.12.1); 424-hour week in navy yards (66A

H12.2); Good amendment to the minimum wage bill (66A-H12.3); open shop (66A-H12.4); right to strike (66A-H12.5); U. S. Employment Bureau (66A

H12.6); and various subjects (66A-H12.7). Committee on the Library: various subjects (66A-H13.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: establishment of a U. S. Naval Academy on the

Pacific Coast (66A-H24.1); Great Lakes Naval Training Station (66A-H24. 2); pay of civilian employees in the Navy Department (66A-H14.3); pay of enlisted and commissioned personnel of the Navy (66A-H24.4); preservation of the U. S. S. Hartford (66A-H14.5); transfer of the Coast Guard to the Navy Department T66A-H24.6); transfer of the Hydrographic Office from the Navy Department to the Commerce Department (66A-H14.7); and various

subjects (66A-H21.8). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: compensation of postal employ

ees (66A-H15.1); demotion of special post office clerks (66A-H15.2); exclusion of publications in foreign languages from second-class mailing privilege (664-H15.3); one-cent postal rate for "drop letters" (66A-H15. 4); postal-zone system for second-class mail (66A-H15.5); restoration of

pneumatic-tube mail service (66A-H15.6); and various subjects (66A-H15.7). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (66A-H16.1). Committee on Reform in the Civil Service: retirement plan for Federal em

ployees (66A-H17.1); and various subjects (66A-1117.2). Committee on Rivers and Harbors: various subjects (66A-118.1). Committee on Roads: construction of a national system of roads (66A-H19.1);

Federal aid to States in the construction of roads (66A-H19.2); and vari

ous subjects (66A-H19.3). Committee on the Territories: various subjects (66A-H20.1). Committee on Ways and jeans: bonus for officers and enlisted men of the

armed forces (66A-H21.1); hospital facilities for disabled war veterans (66A-H21.2); internal revenue (66A-H21.3); tariff (66A-H21.4); and vari

ous subjects (66A-H21.5). Connittee on Woman Suffrage: various subjects (66A-H22.1). Select Committee on Waterpower: waterpower privileges in national parks

(66A-H23.1); and various subjects (66A-H23.2).

ELECTION RECORDS, 2 ft.

837 Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (66A-JI), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory; and certificates of final ascertainment of electors for President and Vice President (66A-J2), arranged alphabetically by State.

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OTHER RECORDS. 5 ft.

Three volumes of roll calls (66A-KI), arranged chronologically; various papers (66A-K2), arranged by subject; and notices of the ratification of the 19th amendment, for woman suffrage (66A-K3), arranged alphabetically by State.

Records of Impeachment Proceedings IMPEACHMENT OF KENESAW M. LANDIS. 2 in.

Papers pertaining to impeachment proceedings against Kenesaw M. Landis, Judge of the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (66B-AI).

Records of the Office of the Clerk RECORD BOOKS. 19 vols. 5 ft.

840 House bill book (66C-AI); House resolution book--joint, concurrent, and simple--together with Senate joint and concurrent resolutions (66C-A2); Sena te bill book (66C-A3 ); individual ledger (66C-A4); record of referrals of bills and resolutions to committees (66C-A5); register of papers sent to the Senate (66C-A6); register of papers received from the Senate (66CA7); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (66C-A8); Bill Clerk's receipt book (66C-A9); record of referrals of executive communications (66C-A10); petition book (66CAll); and notices for Unanimous Consent Calendar (66C-A12).

SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, 1921-23

First Session, April 11-November 23, 1921
Second Session, December 5, 1921-September 22, 1922

Third Session, November 20-December 4, 1922
Fourth Session, December 4, 1922-March 3, 1923

Records of Legislative Proceedings

MINU TE BOOK AND JOURNALS. 23 vols. 6 ft.

841 Minute book, Ist session (67A-AI); legislative journal, 1st session (67A-A2); minute book, 2d session (67A-A3); legislative journal, 2d session (67A-A4); minute book, 3d and 4th sessions (67A-A5); legislative journal, 3d session (67A-A6); and legislative journal, 4th session (67A-A7).

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS OFIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 25 ft.

842 Fifty-two volumes of original House bills (676-B1); original House joint resolutions (67A-B2); original House concurrent resolutions (67A-B3); House simple resolutions (67A-B4); desk copies of House bills passed (67A-B5);

desk copies of House joint resolutions passed (67A-B6); desk copies of House concurrent resolutions agreed to (676-17); desk copies of House bills tabled (67A-B8); desk copies of House joint resolutions tabled (67A-B9); desk copies of House concurrent resolutions tabled (67A-B10); engrossed House bills (67A-Bll); engrossed House joint resolutions (676-B12); and engrossed House concurrent resolutions (67A-B13). Arranged numerically within each group.

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

1 ft.

Senate bills passed (67A-Cl); Senate joint resolutions passed (674-C2); Senate concurrent resolutions agreed to (67A-C3); Senate bills tabled (67AC4); Sena te joint resolutions tabled (67A-C5); Senate simple resolutions communicated to the House (67A-C6); engrossed copies of Senate bills received and referred (674-27); and engrossed copies of Senate joint resolutions received and referred (67A-C8). Arranged numerically within each group.

PAPERS ACCOMPANYING SPECIFIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS. 190 ft.

844 Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 67A-D4, 67A-D16, 67A-D22, 67A-D26, and 67A-D35, in which private bills are a rranged alphabetically by person or subject.

Committee on Agriculture (67A-DI); Committee on Banking and Currency (67A-D2); Committee on the Census (67A-D3); Committee on Claims (67A-14); Committee on the District of Columbia (67A-D5); Committee on Education (67AD6); Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress (67A-D7); Committee on Elections No. 1 (67A-D8); Committee on Flood Control (67A-D9); Committee on Foreign Affairs (67A-D10); Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (67A-D11); Committee on Indian Affairs (67A-D12); Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions (67A-D13); Committee on Insular Affairs (67A-D144); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (67A-D15); Committee on Invalid Pensions (67A-D16); Committee on Irrigation of Arid Lands (67A-D17); Committee on the Judiciary (67A-D18); Committee on Labor (67A-D19); Committee on the Library (676-D20); Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (67A-D21); Committee on Military Affairs (67A-D22); Committee on Mines and Mining (67A-D23); Committee on Naval Affairs (67A-D24); Committee on Patents (67A-D25); Committee on Pensions (67A-D26); Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads (67A-D27); Conr.ittee on Printing (67A-D28); Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (67A-D29); Committee on Public Lands (67A-D30); Committee on Reform in the Civil Service (67A-D31); Committee on Revision of the Laws (67A-D32); Committee on Rivers and Harbors (67A-D33 ); Committee on the Territories (67A-D34); Committee on War Claims (67A-D35); and Comniittee on Ways and Means (67A-D36).

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COMITTEE REPORTS. 33 vols. 7 ft.

Original committee reports, 1st session (67A-El), 2d session (67A-L2), 3d session (674-53), and 4th session (67A-E4). Arranged numerically within each group.

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