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COMMITTEE PAPERS. 61 ft.

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: various subjects (67A-Fl.l). Committee on Appropriations: correspondence together with index (676-F2.1)

and various subjects (67A-F2.2). Committee on Banking and Currency: various subjects (67A-F3.1). Committee on Claims: a docket volume (67A-F4.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: reports of public utilities (67A-F5.

1), arranged alphabetically by utility; and various subjects (67A-F5.2).

For docket, see entry 822. Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in

Congress: a volume of minutes, 67th Congress, 1st session, to 69th Con

gress, 2d session (67A-F6.1). Committee on Elections No. 1: contested election cases of Bernard P. Bogy

v. Harry B. Hawes, Missouri (67A-F7.1); Dan Parrillo v. Stanley H. Kunz, Illinois (67A-F7.2); and John Paul v. Thomas Harrison, Virginia (67A-F7.

3). Committee on Elections No. 2: seating of John P. Bracken, Pennsylvania at

large (67A-F8.1); and contested election cases of J. I. Campbell v.
Robert L. Daughton, North Carolina (67A-F8.2), John Golombiewski v. John
W. Rainey, Illinois (67A-F8.3), and Henry T. Rainey v. Guy L. Shaw,
Illinois (67A-F8.4). There is also a docket volume (67A-F8.5). For min-

utes, see entry 784. Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election cases of Jacob Gartenstein

v. Adolph Sabbath, Illinois (67A-F9.1), and C. B. Kennamer v. L. B. Rainey, Alabama (67A-F9.2). There is also a volume of minutes (67A-F9.

3). Committee on Enrolled Bills: 2 volumes relating to the enrollment of bills

and resolutions (67A-F10.1). Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce: various subjects

(67A-Fll.l). Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department: various subjects (67A

F12.1). Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Justice: various subjects

(67A-F13.1). Comiittee on Expenditures in the State Department: various subjects (67A

F24.1). Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Department: various subjects (67A

F15.1). Committee on Expenditures in the War Department: various subjects (67A-F16.

1). Committee on Foreign Affairs: American Red Cross (67A-F17.1); Africa (67A

F17.2); Europe (67A-F17.3); Far East (67A-F17.4); Latin America (67AF17.5); Near Last (67A-F17.6); reparations (67A-F17.7); the Ruhr (67AF17.8); Russia (67A-F17.9); ship canals (67A--F17.10); and various subjects (67A-F17.11). 67A-F17,2 through 676-417.6 are arranged alphabetically by country.

Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: hearings (67A-F18.1); Japanese

immigration (67A-F18.2); restriction of immigration (67h-F18.3); various

subjects (67A-F18.4); and unbound minutes (67A-F18.5). Committee on Indian Affairs: annual reports (67A-F19.1); correspondence

(67A-F19.2); and various subjects (67A-F19.3). Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions: various subjects (67A-F20.1). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Advisory Committee on Aeronau

tics (67A-F21.1); combed cotton yarns (67A-F21.2); communications from executive departments (67A-F21.3), arranged alphabetically by agency; shce and leather costs (67A-F21.4); soft coal (67A-F21.5); and various subjects (67A-F21.6). There are also 2 volumes of minutes (67A-F21.7)

and a docket volume (67A-F21.8). Committee on Invalid Pensions: correspondence (67A-F22.1) and various sub

jects (674-F22.2). There are also a volume of minutes (67A-F22.3) and

2 docket volumes (67A-F22.4). Committee on Irrigation of Arid Lands: various subjects (67A-F23.1). Comittee on the Judiciary: various subjects (67A-F24.1). There is also

a volume of minutes (67A-F24.2). Committee on Labor: various subjects (67A-F25.1). Committee on the Library: various subjects (674-F26.1) and unbound minutes

(67A-F26.2). For docket, see entry 822. Committee on Mileage: various subjects (67A-F27.1). Committee on Military Affairs: Houston riot (67A-F28.1); inspection of Na

tional Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (67A-F28.2); and U. S. Dis

ciplinary Barracks (67A-F28.3). Committee on Mines and Mining: various subjects (67A-F29.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: various subjects (67A-F30.1). Comittee on Patents: various subjects (67A-F31.1). For minutes and docket,

see entry 834. Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: mail contracts (67A-F32.1);

postal-savings system (67A-F32.2); various subjects (67A-F32.3); and un

bound minutes (67A-F32.4). For docket, see entry 834. Committee on Printing: publications issued, received, and distributed by

Government agencies (67A-F33.1), arranged alphabetically by agency; and various subjects (67A-F33.2). There are also a volume of minutes, 67th Congress, 2d session, to 72d Congress, 2d session (67A-F33.3); and a

docket volume, 67th and 68th Congresses (67A-F33.4). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (67A-F34.1).

There is also a volume of minutes (674-F34.2). Committee on Reform in the Civil Service: various subjects (67A-F35.1). For

minutes and docket, see entry 834. Committee on Rivers and Harbors: various subjects (67A-536.1). Committee on Roads: various subjects (67A-F37.1). For mimites and docket,

see entry 834. Committee on the Territories: Alaskan Development Board (67A-F38.1); Alaska

Railroad (67A-F38.2); coordination of Federal activities in Alaska (67AF38.3); various subjects relating to Alaska (67A-F38.4); and Hawaii

(67A-F38.5). For minutes and docket, see entry 834. Corunittee on Ways and Means: bonus for veterans (67A-F39.1); correspondence

(67A-F39.2); Customs Service (67A-F39.3); Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, general (676-F39.4); Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, commodities

(67A-F39.5), arranged by commodity; prohibition (67A-F39.6); refund of taxes illegally collected (67A-F39.7); Tariff Act of 1922, general (67AF39.8); Tariff Act of 1922, commodities (67A-F39.9), arranged by commodity; taxes (67A-F39.10); and various subjects (67A-F39.11).

ORIGINALS OF PRINTED HOUSE DOCUMINIS. 23 vols. 5 ft.

Original House documents, 1st session (676-Gl), 2d session (67A-G2), 3d session (67A-G3), and 4th session (67A-G4). Arranged numerically within each group.

PETITIONS AND JEURIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS V.HICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 38 ft.

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Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject.
Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group.
Committee on Agriculture: Bureau of Markets (67A-Hl.l); farm products mar-

keting (67A-H1.2); filled or imitation milk (67A-H1.3); foreign crop and grain conditions (67A-H1.4); forestry (67A-111.5); glass bottles and containers (67A-H1.6); meatpacking industry (67A-H1.7); price stabilization (67A-H1.8); public shooting grounds and game refuges (67A-11.9); seeds

(67A-H1.10); and various subjects (67A-H1.11). Committee on the District of Columbia: Sunday blue laws in the District of

Columbia (67A-H2.1) and workmen's compensation legislation (67A-H2.2). Committee on Flood Control: various subjects (67A-H3.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs: Allied debts (67A-H4.1); National Security

League (67A-14.2); Near East (67A-H4.3); passports and visas (67A-114.4);

peace (67A-14.5); the Ruhr (67A-H4.6); and Russia (67A-14.7). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: various subjects (67A-H5.1). Committee on Indian Affairs: various subjects (67A-H6.1). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: aeronautics (67A-117.1); Ameri

can cable companies in France (67A-H7.2); antistrike legislation (67AH7.3); blue-sky legislation (67A-H7.4); bridges (67A-H7.5); Cape Cod Canal (67A-H7.6); China trade acts (67A-H7.7); Coast Guard (67A-H7.8); coal (67A-H7.9); commerce (67A-H7.10); daylight-saving time (67A-H7.11); disarmament (67A-H7.12); education (67A-H7.13); excess profits (67A-H7. 14); fabric legislation (67A-17.15); Federal aid to the States (67A-H7. 16); Federal Trade Commission (67A-H7.17); films (67A-117.18); freight rates (67A-H7.19); lighthouses (67A-H7.20); loss and damage claims (67AH7.21); maternity protection (67A-47.22); migratory bird law (67A-117.23); mileage books (67A-H7.2/); moving pictures (67A-H7.25); muscle Shoals (67A-H7.26); narcotics (67h-H7.27); oil (674-H7.28); opium (67A-H7.29); Panama Canal (67A-117.30); Public Health Service (67A-H7.31); railroads (674-17.32); reclamation (67A-H7.33); rolling stock (67A-117.34); Pussia (67A-H7.35); St. Lawrence waterway (67A-H7.36); strike situation (67AH7.37); telephone companies (67A-H7.33); Transportation Act (67A-H7.39); Veterans' Bureau (67A-H7.40); war-risk insurance (67A-H7.41); waterpower (67A-H7.42); Winslow-Townsend bill to amend the Transportation Act of

1920 (67A-117.43); and various subjects (67A-117.444). Committee on Invalid Pensions: various subjects (67A-H8.1). Comunittee on Irrigation of Arid Lands: various subjects (67A-H9.1).

Committee on the Judiciary: antilynching legislation and the Ku Klux Klan

(67A-H10.1); Bankruptcy Act (67A-H10.2); bribery indictments (67A-H10. 3); child labor (67A-H10.4); espionage law (67A-H10.5); prohibition (674

H20.6); and various subjects (67A-H20.7). Committee on Labor: various subjects (67A-Hll.l). Committee on the Library: various subjects (67A-H12.1). Committee on Merchant Harine and Fisheries: various subjects (67A-1113.1). Committee on Military Affairs: muscle Shoals (67A-H14.1); retirement priv

ileges for disabled officers (67A-HI11.2); and various subjects (67A-H24.

3). Committee on Mines and Mining: various subjects (67A-H15.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: Pacific coast naval bases (67A-H16.I) and vari

ous subjects (67A-H16.2). Committee on Printing: various subjects (67A-H17.1). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: hospital facilities for disabled

veterans (67A-H18.1).
Committee on Reform in the Civil Service: various subjects (67A-H19.1).
Committee on Rivers and Harbors: various subjects (67A-H20.1).
Committee on Roads: various subjects (67A-H21.1).
Committee on the Territories: Alaska (67A-H22.1) and Hawaii (67A-H22.2).
Committee on Vays and Means: adjusted compensation for military service

(67A-H23.1); Allied debts (67A-H23.2); beer and wine (67A-H23.3); bonus
for military service (67A-H23.4); internal revenue (67A-H23.5); narcotics
(67A-H23.6); sales tax (67A-H23.7); small-arms tax (67A-H23.8); tariff
(67A-H23.9); tax-exempt securities (67A-H23.10); war tax on letter mail
(67A-H23.11); and various subjects (67A-H23.12).

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ELECTION RECORDS. 9 in.

Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (67A-jl), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.

OTHER RECORDS. 2 ft.

850 Three volumes of roll calls (67A-Kl), arranged chronologically; and various papers (67A-K2), arranged by subject.

Records of the Office of the Clerk

RECCKD BOOKS. 17 vols. 3 ft.

851 House bill book (67C-Al); House resolution book--joint, concurrent, and simple--together with Sena te joint and concurrent resolutions (67C-A2); Senate bill book (67C-A3); individual ledger (67C-A4); record of referrals of bills and resolutions to committees (67C-A5); register of papers sent to the Senate (67C-A6); register of papers received from the Senate (67CA7); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (67C-A8); Bill Clerk's receipt book (67C-A9); petition book (67C-A10); and notices for Unanimous Consent Calendar (67C-All).

SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, 1923-25

First Session, December 3, 1923-June 7, 1924
Second Session, December 1, 1924-1arch 3, 1925

Records of Legislative Proceedings

MINU TE BOOK AND JOURNALS. 12 vols. 3 ft.

852 Minute book, Ist session (68A-Al): legislative journal, Is t session (68AA2); minute book, 2d session (68A-A3); and legislative journal, 2d session (68A-A4).

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THIS HOUSE. 15 ft.

853 Forty-one volumes of original House bills (68A-Bl); original House concurrent resolutions (68A-B2); House simple resolutions (68A-B3); desk copies of House bills passed (68A-B4); desk copies of House joint resolutions passed (68A-B5); desk copies of House concurrent resolutions agreed to (68A-B6); desk copies of House bills tabled (68A-B7); desk copies of House joint resolutions tabled (68A-B8); engrossed House bills (68A-B9); engrossed House joint resolutions (68A-B10); and engrossed House concurrent resolutions (68ABll). Arranged numerically within each group.

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BILLS AND RESOLI TIUNS ORIGINATING IN THE SENATE AND CONSIDERED IN THE HOUSE.

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Senate bills passed (68A-C1); Sena te joint resolutions passed (68A-C2); Senate concurrent resolutions agreed to (68A-C3); Sena te bills which failed to pass (68A-C4); Senate joint resolutions which failed to pass (68A-C5); Senate concurrent resolutions which were not agreed to (68A-C6); Senate joint resolutions tabled (684-07); and Senate simple resolutions communicated to the House (681-08). Arranged numerically within each group.

FAPERS ACCOMPANY]NG SPECIFIC BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS. 125 ft.

855 Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 68A-D4, 68A-D16, 68A-D22, 68A-D26, and 68A-D34, in which private bills are arranged alphabetically by person or subject.

Committee on Agriculture (686-ül); Committee on Banking and Currency (68AD2); Committee on the Civil Service (68A-13); Committee on claims (68A-D4); Committee on the District of Columbia (68A-D5); Committee on Education (686D6); Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress (68A-D7); Comittee on Elections No. 1 (68A-D8); Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Department (68A-D9); Committee on Flood Control (68A-D10); Committee on Inmigration and Naturalization (68A-D1]); Committee on Indian Affairs (68A-D12); Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions (68A-D13); Committee on Insular Affairs (68A-D14); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (68A-D15); Committee on Invalid Pensions (68A-116); Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation (68A-D17); Committee on the Judiciary (68A-D18); Committee on Labor (681-D19); Committee on the Library (68AD20); Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (68A-D21); Committee on

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