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PAPERS ACCOMPANYING SPECIFIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS. 157 ft.
931 Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 744-D4, 764-D19, 74A-D25, 748-D29, and 7LA-D37, in which private bills are arranged alphabetically by person or subject.
Committee on Accounts (7A-D1): Committee on Agriculture (7LA-D2): Committee on the Civil Service (74A-D3); Committee on Claims (74A-D4); Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures (74A-D5); Committee on Disposition of Executive Papers (744-D6); Committee on the District of Columbia (744D7); Committee on Education (7444-D8); Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress (744A-D9); Coromittee on Elections No. 2 (74A-D10); Committee on Elections No. 3 (74A-Dll); Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments (744-D12); Committee on Flood Control (74A-D13); Committee on Foreign Affairs (74A-D1L); Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (74A-D15); Committee on Indian Affairs (74A-D16); Committee on Insular Affairs (74A-D17); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Cormmerce (74A-D18); Committee on Invalid Pensions (74A-D19); Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation (7LA-D20); Committee on the Judiciary (74A-D21); Committee on Labor (74A-D22); Committee on the Library (744D23); Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (74A-D24); Committee on Military Affairs (744-D25); Committee on Mines and Mining (744-D26); Committee on Naval Affairs (7LA-D27); Committee on Patents (74A-D28); Committee on Pensions (74A-D29); Committee on the Post Office and post Roads (744 D30); Committee on Printing (74A-D31); Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (74A-D32); Committee on Public Lands (74A-D33); Committee on Rivers and Harbors (744A-D34); Committee on Roads (724-D35); Committee on the Territories (74A-D36); Committee on War Claims (74A-D37); Committee on Ways and Means (744-D38); and Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation (74A-D39).
COMMITTEE REPORTS. 72 vols. 18 ft.
932 Original comma ttee reports, lst session (74A -El) and 2d session (7LAE2). Arranged numerically within each group.
COMMITTEE PAPERS. 60 ft.
933 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 (74A-F1.1). Committee on Appropriations: correspondence (74A-F2.1), arranged numerically;
and hearings on the Post Office appropriation bill (744-F2.2). Committee on the Census: various subjects (74A -F3.1). Committee on the Civil Service: annual report of the Civil Service Commis
sion (74A-F1.1) and hearings (74A-F4.2). For docket, see entry 905. Committee on Claims: a docket volume (744-F5.1). Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures: various subjects (74A-F6.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: hearings on traffic conditions in
the District (74A-F7.1). Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in
Congress: various subjects (74A-F3.1). Committee on Elections No. 1: contested election case of James J. Lanzetta
V. Vito Marcantonio, New York (74A-F9.1).
Committee on Elections No. 2; contested election case of Lincoln L.
McCandless V, Samuel W. King, Hawaii (74A-F10.1). For minutes, see
entry 869. Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election case of Locke Miller v.
John G. Cooper, Ohio (74A-F11.1). Committee on Enrolled Bills: various subjects (74A-F12.1). There is also
a volume relating to the enrollment of bills and resolutions (744-F22.
2). Comdittee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments: executive communica
tions (74A-F13.1), arranged alphabetically by agency; National Archives (74A-F13.2); replies to Treasury Department circular letter of July 15, 1934, relating to money received by departments and other agencies from sale of public property or from other sources that were not paid into the U. S. Treasury (7LA-F13.3), arranged alphabetically by agency; Whittington resolution to reduce expenditures and coordinate Government
agencies (74A-F13.4); and various subjects (74A-F13.5). Com ttee on Flood Control: various subjects (7LA-F14.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs: conference of the International Labor Organi
zation held at Geneva, June 4-25, 1935 (7LA-F15.1); correspondence (7LAF15.2); religious persecution in Mexico (7LA-F15.3); tin investigation to determine the extent to which the United States is dependent upon foreign nations for its supply of tin (74A-F15.4); and various subjects
(74A-F15.5). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: reports from chiefs of police
in various cities relating to crimes committed by aliens (74A-F16.1); hearings (74A-F16.2); various subjects (74A-F16.3); and unbound minutes
(74A-F16.4). Committee on Indian Affairs: a volume of minutes (711A-F17.1). Committee on Insular Affairs: Philippine Islands (74A-F18.1); Puerto Rico
(74A-F13.2); Samoa (74A-F18.3); and the Virgin Islands (74A-F18.4). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: executive communications (74A
F19.1), arranged alphabetically by agency; messages from the President (74A-F19.2); and various subjects (74A-F19.3). There are also a volume
of minutes (74A-F19.4) and 2 docket volumes (74A-F19.5). Committee on Invalid Pensions: publication of rules and regulations in the
Federal Register (7LA-F20.1) and unbound minutes (74A-F20.2). Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation: various subjects (74A-F21.1). Committee on the Judiciary: complaints and criticism relating to courts
and court officials (74A-F22.1); and correspondence (74A-F22.2), arranged alphabetically by correspondent within each group; and various
subjects (74A-F22.3). There is also a volume of minutes (74A-F22.4). Committee on Labor: various subjects (7LA-823.1). Committee on the Library: Jefferson Memorial (74A-F24.1); National Archives
(74A-F24.2); various subjects (74A-F24.3); and unbound minutes (74A-F24.
4). Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: bills and resolutions referred
to the committee (744-F25.1), arranged numerically; correspondence (74AF25.2); hearings (74A-F25.3); and messages from the President (74A-F25.
Committee on Military Affairs: various subjects (74A-F26.1). For investi
gation of the War Department, see entry 919. Committee on Mines and Mining: various subjects (74A-F27.1). Committee on Patents: copyright legislation (74A-F28.1); correspondence
(74A-F28.2), arranged alphabetically by correspondent; Department of Science, Art, and Literature (74A-F28.3); pooling of patents (74AF28.4); and various subjects (74A-F28.5). There is also a docket volume, 74th Congress, 1st session, to 76th Congress, 3d session (74A-F28.6).
For minutes, see entry 882. Committee on Pensions: correspondence (72A-F29.1); evidence in support of
pension claims for which no bills were introduced (74A-F29.2); policies of the committee (74A-F29.3); receipts for case files loaned to committee by the Veterans' Administration (74A-F29.4); rejection notices on private bills (74A-F29.5); State laws pertaining to veterans' relief
(74A-F29.6); and unbound minutes (74A-F29.7). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: airmail rates (74A-F30.1);
correspondence (74A-F30.2); executive communications (74A-F30.3), arranged alphabetically by agency; and various subjects (74A-F30.4).
There are also 2 docket volumes (74A-F30.5). Committee on Printing: various subjects (74A-F31.1). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (74A-F32.1).
There are also a volume of minutes (74A-F32.2) and a docket volume
(74A-F37.2). For minutes, see entry 882, and docket, entry 834.
minications (74A-F39.2); and various subjects (74A-F39.3). Committee of the Whole House: various subjects (74A-F40.1). Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation: various subjects (74A-F41.1). Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources: See entry 919. Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondholders' Reorganizations:
See entry 919.
ORIGINALS OF PRINTED HOUSE DOCUMENTS. 55 vols. ll ft.
Original House documents, Ist session (74A-GI) and 2d session (74A-G2). Arranged numerically within each group.
PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 60 ft.
Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject.
(74A-H1.1); Federal aid to vocational education (74A-H1.2); FrazierLemke farm mortgage refinancing bill (74A-H1.3); limited exemption from taxation under the Cotton Control Act (74A-H1.4); loans to farmers for crop production during 1935 (74A-H2.5); and various subjects (74A-H1.6).
Committee on Flood Control: Connecticut River Valley (7LA-H2.1) and various
subjects (74A-H2.2). Committee on Foreign Affairs: persecution of Jews and other groups in Ger
many (744-H3.1) and religious persecution in Mexico (74A-H3.2). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: Dies alien deportation bill
(74A-H4.1); Kerr alien deportation bill (74A-H4.2); Reynolds-Starnes alien deportation and registration bill (7LA-H4.3); and various subjects
(7LA-H4.4). Committee on Insular Affairs; continuation of the Federal Emergency Relief
Administration, establishment of a department of public welfare, and extension of the benefits of the Social Security Act (7LA-H5.1); Philip
pine affairs (74A-H5.2); and Puerto Rican affairs (74A-H5.3). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: construction of the Linden thal
Bridge from Weehawken, N. J., to New York City (74A-H6.1); Federal regulation of the petroleum industry (7LA-H6.2); legislation affecting railroad employees (74A-H6.3); prohibition of "compulsory block booking and "blind selling" in the leasing of motion-picture films (74A-H6.4); prohibition of unfair trade practices of manufacturers (74A-H6.5); regulation of common carriers (74A-H6,6); Robinson-Patman bill (74A-H6.7); Wheeler
Rayburn Public Utility Act (74A-H6.8); and various subjects (74A-H6.9). Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation: various subjects (74A-H7.1). Committee on the Judiciary: Costigin-Wagner antilynching till (74A-H8.1);
national referendum on war (74A-H8.2); Pulaski memorial day (74A -H8.3); un-American activities (74A-H8.4); workers' rights amendment to the Constitution proposed by Representative Vito Marcantonio (746-H8.5); and
various subjects (74A-H8.6). Committee on Labor: mechanization of the manufacture of cigars (74A-H9.1);
rehabilitation of blind persons (74A-H9.2); 30-hour workweek bill (74AH9.3); Wagner labor relations bill (74A-H9.4); unemployment, old-age, and social insurance legislation (7LA-H9.5); and various subjects (744
H9.6). Committee on the Library: various subjects (74A-H10.1). Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: various subjects (74A-Hll.l). Committee on Naval Affairs: repair and preservation of the U. S. S. Con
stellation and the U. S. S. Constitution (74A-H12.1) and various sub
jects (74A-H12.2). Committee on Pensions: relief of the needy blind (74A-H13.1). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: airmail (74A-H24.1); Floyd
Bennett Field, Brooklyn, N. Y. (74A-H14.2); issue of a special commemorative stamp in honor of Commodore John Barry (74A-H14.3); postal employees (744-H14.4); star route legislation (744-H14.5); underground pneumatic tubes for the transmission of mail (74A-H24.6); and various
subjects (74A-H14.7). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: use of granite in the construc
tion of public buildings (74A-H15.1) and various subjects (74A-H15.2). Committee on Public Lands: Devil's Nest, Knox County, Nebr. (74A-H16.1);
establishment of a Lewis and Clark National Park in Burt, Thurston, and Dakota Counties, Nebr. (74A-H16.2); purchase of the Daniel Freeman farm in Gage County, Nebr., to mark the filing of Homestead No. 1 (74AH16.3); and various subjects (74A-H16.4).
Committee on Rivers and Harbors: St. Lawrence waterway (7444-H17.1) and
various subjects (74A-H17.2). Committee on Roads: California highways and bridges (744-.18.1) and various
subjects (74A-H18,2). Committee on the Territories: Alaska (74A-H19.1) and Hawaii (74A-H19.2). Committee on Ways and Means: adjusted service certificates--soldiers' bonus
(74A-H20.1); dairying and farming (7LA-H20.2); Federal Industrial Commission (7444-H20.3); firearms bill (74A-H20.4); fur industry (74-H20.5); gasoline sales tax (7LA-H20.6); glassware (74A-H20.7); National Industrial Recovery Act (74A-H20.8); Revenue Act of 1934 (74A-H20.9); textile industry (74A-H20.10); Townsend Plan (74A-H20.ll); unemployment and old-age insurance (7LA-H20.12); Will Rogers' pension plan (74A-H20.13); and vari
ous subjects (74A-H20.14). Committee on World War Veterans Legislation: adjusted compensation certifi
cates (74A-H21.1); Veterans' Administration hospitals (74A-H21.2); War Risk Insurance Act (744A-H21.3); and various subjects (74A-H21.4).
ELECTION RECORDS. 1 ft.
Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (74A-JI), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.
OTHER RECORDS, 1 ft.
937 A volume of roll calls (74A-K1), arranged chronologically; motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills (74A-K2); Indiana's ratification of the proposed child labor amendment to the Constitution (74A-K3); and various papers (74A-K4), arranged by subject.
Records of Impeachment Proceedings
IMPEACHMENT OF HALSTEAD L. RITTER. 3 in.
938 Papers pertaining to impeachment proceedings against Halstead L. Ritter, Judge of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida (74BAl). For other records relating to impeachment of Judge Ritter, see entry 925.
Records of the Office of the Clerk
RECORD BOOKS. 12 vols. 3 ft.
939 House bill book (740-Al); House resolution book--joint, concurrent, and simple--together with Senate joint and concurrent resolutions (74C-42); Senate bill book (74C-A3); individual ledger (74C-44); register of papers sent to the Senate (74C-A5); register of papers received from the Senate (74CA6); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (74C-A7); and petition book (74C-A8).
OTHER RECORDS. 1 ft.
Monthly reports of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation submitted to the Clerk of the House pursuant to statutory requirement (74C-B1), arranged chronologically; and various papers (74C-B2), arranged by subjecto