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Select Committee to Investigate National Defense Migration: See entry 959. Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources: See entry 919.
ORIGINALS OF PRINTED HOUSE DOCUMENTS. 42 vols. 9 ft.
Original House documents, lst session (77A-G1) and 2d session (77A-G2). Arranged numerically within each group.
PETI TI ONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 15 ft.
Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject.
margarine (77A-H1.2); parity prices for agricultural products (77A-H1.3); sugar (77A-H1.4); wheat marketing quota law (77A-H1.5); and various sub
jects (77A-H1.6). Committee on the Civil Service: various subjects (77A-H2.1). Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures: various subjects (77A-H3.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: regulation of barber shops (77A-H4.1). Committee on Education: education of physically handicapped children (77A
H5.1); Federal aid to education (77A-H5.2); and various subjects (77A
H5.3). Committee on Indian Affairs: Indian claims (77A-H6.1); Standing Rock Indian
Reservation of North Dakota (77A-H6.2); and various subjects (77A-H6.3). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: advertisement of alcoholic
beverages (77A-H7.1); daylight-saving time (77A-H7.2); gasoline rationing (77A-H7.3); regulation of motor vehicles in interstate commerce (77A
H7.4); St. Lawrence waterway (77A-H7.5); and various subjects (77A-H7.6). Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation: utilization of the power and water
resources at Fort Peck Dam for irrigation development (77A-H8,1) and vari
ous subjects (77A-H8.2). Committee on the Judiciary: alcoholic liquor traffic (77A-H9.1); aliens (77A
H9.2); antilynching legislation (77A-H9.3); anti-poll-tax legislation (77A-H9.4); Gen. Casimir Pulaski memorial day (77A-H9.5); equal rights for Negroes (77A-H9.6); fair-trade legislation (77A-H9.7); labor legislation and defense (77A-H9.8); national defense construction work (77A-H9. 9); observance of the Sabbath (77A-H9.10); and various subjects (77A-H9.
11). Committee on Labor: right to strike (77A-H10.1); Wage and Hour Act (77A-H10.
2); and various subjects (77A-H10.3). Committee on the Library: centennial of the blazing of the Oregon Trail (77A
Hll.l); and various subjects (77A-H11.2). Committee on Military Affairs: protection of members of the armed services
from the alcoholic liquor traffic and commercialized vice; and other
na tional defense matters (77A-H12.1). Committee on Mines and Mining: various subjects (77A-H13.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: home port of the historic frigate Constellation
(77A-H14.1); New York State Merchant Marine Academy (77A-H14.2); rank of lieutenant general for the head of the Marine Corps (77A-H14.3); restora tion of percentage wage differentials for a leading-Man and for a quarterman at navy yards (77A-H14.4); Vinson bill to expedite the
national defense program in respect to naval construction and procurement by providing for the investigation and mediation of labor disputes
in connection therewith (77A-H14.5); and various subjects (77A-H14.6). Committee on Pensions: various subjects (77A-H15.1). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: longevity pay for contir. d years
of meritorious service and experience (77A-H16.1), arranged alphabetically by city of origin; salary increase for postal workers (77A-H16.2); and
various subjects (77A-H16.3). Committee on Public Lands: various subjects (77A-H17.1).
ittee on Rivers and Harbors: Mississippi and Missouri Rivers (77A-H18.1); seaway from the Great Lakes through Pittsburgh to the Chesapeake Bay (77A
H18.2); and various subjects (77A-H18.3).
leasing of public lands devoted to education (77A-H19.3). Committee on Ways and Means: assistance for the blind (77A-H20.1); defense
contracts (77A-H20.2); fuel oil (77A-H20.3); gasoline tax (77A-H20.4); municipal and State bonds (77A-H20.5); social security (77A-H20.6); tobacco taxation (77A-H20.7); Townsend Plan (77A-H20.8); and various subjects
(77A-H20.9). Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation: various subjects (77A-H21.1).
ELECTION RECORDS. 1 ft.
Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (77A-J1), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory; and report of the tellers of the Senate and the House, on the result of the ascertainment and counting of the electoral vote for President and Vice President of the United States for the term beginning Jan. 20, 1941 (77A-J2).
OTHER RECORDS. 1 ft.
976 A volume of roll calls (77A-K1); motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills and resolutions (77A-K2); announcements of Senate appointees to membership in joint committees (77A-K3); and various subjects (77A-K4). Arranged chronologically within each group, except 77A-K4, which is arranged by subject.
Records of the Office of the Clerk
RECORD BOOKS. ll vols. 3 ft.
977 House bill book (77C-Al); House resolution book--joint, concurrent and simple--together with Senate joint and concurrent resolutions (770-A2); Senate bill book (77C-A3); individual ledger (77C-A4); register of papers sent to the Senate (77C-A5); register of papers received from the Senate (77CA6); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (77C-A7); and petition book (770-48).
OTHER RECORDS. 4 in.
978 Reports filed with the Clerk of the House pursuant to statutory requirement (77C-B1), arranged by agency; and various papers (77C-B2), arranged by subject.
SEVENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, 1943-44
First Session, January 6-December 21, 1943
Records of Legislative Proceedings
MINU TE BOOKS AND JOURNALS. 17 vols. 5 ft.
979 Minute book, ist session (78A-Al); legislative journal, 1st session (78A-A2); minu te book, 2d session (78A-A3); and legislative journal, 2d session (78A-A4).
BILLS AND RESOINTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 17 ft.
980 Seventeen volumes of original House bills, 2d session (78A-B1); original House joint resolutions (78A-B2); original House concurrent resolutions (78A-B3); House simple resolutions (78A-BL); desk copies of House bills passed (78A-B5); desk copies of House joint resolutions passed (78A-B6); desk copies of House concurrent resolutions agreed to (78A-37); desk copies of House simple resolutions agreed to (78A-58); engrossed House bills (78AB9); engrossed House joint resolutions (78A-B10); engrossed House concurrent resolutions (78A-Bll); desk copies of House bills tabled (78A-B12); desk copies of House joint resolutions tabled (78A-B13); desk copies of House simple resolutions tabled (784-114); desk copies of a bill and a resolution that failed to pass (78A-B15); a volume of House and Senate bills on the Union Calendar (78A-216); and a volume of House and Senate bills on the Private Calendar (78A-B17). Arranged numerically within each group.
BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE SENATE AND CONSIDERE) IN THE
981 Senate bills passed (78A-C1); Senate joint resolutions passed (78A-C2); Senate concurrent resolutions agreed to (78A-C3); engrossed Senate bills (78A-2); engrossed Senate joint resolutions (78A-C5); engrossed Senate concurrent resolutions (78A-C6); Senate simple resolutions communicated to the House (78A-C7); notifications of Senate agreement to House amendments or to conference comiittee reports on Senate bills and resolutions (78A-C8). Arranged numerically within each group.
PAPERS ACCOLPANYING SPECIFIC BILLS AND RISOIU TIONS. 81 ft.
982 Grouped by specified committees listed below. Arranged numerically by bill or resolution within each committee, except 78A-D5, 78A-D16, 78A-D21, 78A-D25, and 78A-034, in which private bills are arranged alphabetically by person or subject.
Committee on Accounts (78A-DI); Committee on Agriculture (78A-D2); Committee on Banking and Currency (781-13); Committee on the Civil Service (78A-D4); Committee on Claims (78A-D5); Committee on the District of Columbia (78A-D6); Committee on Education (78A-17); Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress (784-08); Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments (78A-D9); Committee on Flood Control (78A-010); Committee on Foreign Affairs (78A-V11); Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (78A-D12); Committee on Indian Affairs (78A-013); Committee on Insular
Affairs (78A-D14); Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (78A-D15); Committee on Invalid Pensions (78A-D16); Committee on the Judiciary (78A017); Committee on Labor (78A-D18); Committee on the Library (78A-D19); Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (78A-D20); Committee on Military Affairs (78A-D21); Committee on Mines and Mining (78A-D22); Committee on Naval Affairs (78A-D23); Committee on Patents (78A-D2L); Committee on Pensions (78A-D25); Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads (78A-D26); Committee on Printing (78A-D27); Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (78AD28); Committee on Public Lands (78A-D29); Committee on Rivers and Harbors (78A-D30); Committee on Roads (78A-D31); Committee on Rules (78A-D32); Committee on the Territories (78A-D33); Committee on War Claims (78A-D34); Committee on Ways and Means (78A-D35); and Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation (78A-D36).
COMMITTEE REPORTS. 77 vols. 17 ft.
983 Original committee reports, lst session (78A-El) and 2d session (78A-E2). Arranged numerically within each group.
COMMITTEE PAPERS. 191 ft.
984 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 Accounts: correspondence (78A-F7.1) and various subjects (78A
F1.2). Committee on Agriculture: executive communications (78A-F2.1), arranged nu
merically; hearings (78A-F2.2); and various subjects (78A-F2.3). Committee on Appropriations: hea rings on appropriations for the National
Labor Relations Board (78A-F3.1). A preliminary inventory, in type script, describes the records of the Subcommittee to Investigate Subversive Ac
tivities. Committee on Banking and Currency: executive communications (78A-F4.1), ar
ranged numerically; and various subjects (78A-F4.2). Committee on the Civil Service: executive communications (78A-F5.1), arranged
numerically; and various subjects (78A-F5.2). For records of the inves
tigation of civilian employment in the Federal Government, see entry 972. Committee on Claims: a communication from the Court of Claims listing all
judgments of the Court for the year ending Dec. 2, 1911 (78A-F6.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: adequate playground for the Walter B.
Patterson School (78A-F7.1); Alley Dwelling Authority (78A-F7.2); executive communications (78A-F7.3); arranged numerically; hearings (78A-F7.4); insanitary housing (78A-F7.5); juvenile delinquency (78A-F7.6); tubercu
losis and social diseases (78A-F7.7); and various subjects (78A-F7.8). Committee on Education: correspondence (78A-F8.1); various subjects (78A
F8.2); and unbound minutes (78A-F8.3). Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in
Congress: wartime voting by members of the armed services (78A-F9.1) and
various subjects (78A-F9.2). Committee on Elections No. 1: contested election case of John C. Schafer v.
Thaddeus F. Wasielewski, Wisconsin (78A-F10.1). Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election cases of E. 0. Clark v. Jack Nichols, Oklahoma (78A-F11.1); Edward T. McEvoy v. Hugh Peterson,
Georgia (78A-F11.2); James C. Moreland v. Leonard W. Schuetz, Illinois (78A-F11.3); John B. Sullivan v. Louis E. Miller, Missouri (78A-F21.4); Lewis D. Thill v. Howard J. McMurray, Wisconsin (78A-F11.5); and un
bound minutes (78A-F11.6). Committee on Enrolled Bills: various subjects (78A-F12.1). There is also
a volume relating to the enrollment of bills and resolutions (78A-F12.2). Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments: executive communica
tions (78A-F13.1), arranged alphabetically by agency; hearings (78A
F13.2); various subjects (78A-F13.3); and unbound minutes (78A-F13.4). Committee on Flood Control: executive communications (78A-F14.1), arranged
numerically; printed House documents (78A-F14.2), arranged numerically;
and various subjects (78A-F14.3). Committee on Foreign Affairs: correspondence (78A-F15.1), arranged alpha
betically by correspondent; and various subjects (78A-F15.2). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: executive communications
(78A-F16.1), arranged numerically; various subjects (78A-F16.2); and
unbound minutes (78A-F16.3). Committee on Indian Affairs: various subjects (78A-F17.1). There is also
a volume of minutes (78A-F17.2). Committee on Insular Affairs: various subjects (78A-F18.1) and unbound
minutes (78A-F18.2). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: executive communications
(78A-F19.1), arranged numerically; and various subjects (78A-F19.2). Committee on Invalid Pensions: correspondence (78A-F20.1); list of
pensioners (78A-F20.2); various subjects (78A-F20.3); and unbound
minutes (78A-F20.4). Committee on the Judiciary: executive communications (78A-F21.1), arranged
numerically; and various subjects (78A-F21.2). There is also a volume
of minutes (78A-F21.3).
seamen (78A-F24.1) and various subjects (78A-F24.2).
employees, 1943-45 (78A-F25.1), arranged alphabetically by agency; and
various subjects (78A-F25.2). . Committee on Mines and Mining: various subjects (78A-F26.1) and unbound
minutes (78A-F26.2). Committee on Naval Affairs: various subjects (78A-F27.1). Committee on Patents: correspondence (78A-F28.1), arranged alphabetically
by correspondent; and various subjects (78A-F28.2). There is also a volume of minutes, 78th Congress, 1st session, to 79th Congress, 2d
session (78A-F28.3). For docket, see entry 972. Committee on Pensions: various subjects (78A-F29.1) and unbound minutes
(78A-F29.2). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: hearings (78A-F30.1); various
subjects (78A-F30.2); and unbound minutes (78A-F30.3). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (78A-F31.1). Committee on Public Lands: correspondence (78A-F32.1); various subjects
(78A-F32.2); and unbound minutes (78A-F32.3).