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Committee on Accounts: expenditure data sheets submitted by various commit
tees, 1941-47 (79A-F1.l); mileage of Members, 1946 (79A-F1.2); and vari
ous subjects (79A-F1.3). Committee on Agriculture: executive communications (79A-F2.1), arranged
numerically; hearings (79A-F2.2); and various subjects (79A-F2.3). Committee on Banking and Currency: executive communications (79A-F3.1), ar
ranged numerically; hearings (79A-F3.2); and various subjects (79A-F3.3). There are also 2 volumes of minutes (79A-F3.4) and a docket volume (79A
F3.5). Committee on the Civil Service: estima tes of personnel requirements for the
Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard (79A-F4.1); estima tes of personnel requirements for other Government agencies (79A-F4.2), arranged alphabetically by agency; and various subjects (79A-F4.3). For records of the investigation of civilian employment in the Federal Government, see entry
972. Committee on Claims: various subjects (79A-F5.1). Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures: various subjects (79A-F6.1). Committee on the District of Columbia: executive communications (79A-F7.1),
arranged alphabetically by agency; and various subjects (79A-F7.2). Committee on Education: papers of the Advisory Committee on Education re
lating to the effect of certain war activities on colleges and universi ties (79A-F8.1); various subjects (79A-F8.2); and unbound minutes (79A
F8.3). Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in
Congress: various subjects (79A-F9.1). Committee on Elections No. 1: challenge of Moss A. Plunkett, Roanoke, Va.,
of the rights of 79 returned Members to their seats (79A-F10.1). Committee on Elections No. 3: contested election case of John W. L. Hicks v.
George A. Dondero, Michigan (79A-F11.1). Committee on Enrolled Bills: various subjects (79A-F12.1). There is also a
volume relating to the enrollment of bills and resolutions (79A-F12,2). Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments: executive communica
tions (79A-F13.1), arranged numerically; various subjects (79A-F13.2);
and unbound minutes (79A-F13.3). Committee on Flood Control: various subjects (79A-F14.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs: correspondence relating to the use of the
emblem and the name of the Red Cross (79A-F15.1). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: semimonthly reports of the
Attorney General on aliens whose deportation has been suspended for more than 6 months (79A-F16.1); hearings (79A-F16.2); various subjects (79A
F16.3); and unbound minutes (79A-F16.4). Committee on Indian Affairs: various subjects (79A-F17.1) and unbound min
utes (79A-F17.2). Committee on Insular Affairs: various subjects (79A-F18.1) and unbound min
utes (79A-F18.2). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce; executive communications (79A
F19.1), arranged alphabetically by agency. Committee on Invalid Pensions: correspondence (79A-F20.1), arranged alpha
betically by correspondent; various subjects (79A-F20.2); and unbound minutes (79A-F20.3).
Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation: various subjects (79A-F21.1). There
are also unbound minutes (79A-F21.2) and a docket volume (79A-F21.3). Committee on the Judiciary: correspondence (79A-F22.1), arranged alphabeti
cally by correspondent; executive communications (79A-F22.2), arranged alphabetically by agency; and various subjects (79A-F22.3). There is
also a volume of minutes (79A-F22.4). Committee on Labor: various subjects (79A-F23.1) and unbound minutes (79A
F23.2). Committee on the Library: various subjects (79A-F24.1). Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: investigation of pertinent parts
of the national defense program (79A-F25.1) and various subjects (79A
F25.2). Committee on Military Affairs: various subjects (79A-F26.1). Committee on Naval Affairs: various subjects (79A-F27.1). Committee on Patents: correspondence (79A-F28.1), arranged alphabetically by
correspondent; and various subjects (79A-F28.2). For minutes, see entry
984; and docket, entry 972. Committee on Pensions: compilation of State laws relating to veterans (79A
F 29.1); correspondence (79A-F29.2), arranged alphabetically by corre
spondent; various subjects (79A-F29.3); and unbound minutes (79A-F29.4). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads: various subjects (79A-F30.1)
and unbound minutes (79A-F30.2). Committee on Printing: various subjects (79A-F31.1). Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: various subjects (79A-F32.1). Committee on Public Lands: various subjects (79A-F33.1) and unbound minutes
(79A-F33.2). Committee on Rivers and Harbors: various subjects (79A-F34.1). Committee on Roads: various subjects (79A-F35.1). Committee on the Territories: Alaska (79A-F36.1); Hawaii (79A-F36.2); and
various subjects (79A-F36.3). Committee on Ways and Means: adjusted service compensation (79A-F37.1); re
ciprocal trade agreements (79A-F37.2); renegotiation of war contracts (79A-F37.3); social security (79A-F37.4); tariff (79A-F37.5); taxation (79A-F37.6); unemployment compensation (79A-F37.7); and various subjects
(79A-F37.8). Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation: general correspondence (79A
F38.1) and subject file of correspondence (79A-F38.2). Select Committee to Investigate the Disposition of Surplus Property: National
Archives Preliminary Inventory No. 65 describes the records of this com
mittee. Select Committee to Investigate Acts of Executive Agencies Beyond the Scope
of Their Authority: See entry 984. Select Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures: See entry 984. Select Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning: See entry 984. Select Committee on Post-war Military Policy: See entry 984. Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources: See entry 919.
ORIGINALS OF PRINTED HOUSE DOCUMENTS. 40 vols. 8 ft.
Original House documents, 1st session (79A-GI) and 2d session (79A-G2).
PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 13 ft.
Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged numerically by journalized petition number, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Agriculture: feed (79A-H1.1); forestry (794-H1.2); prohibition
(79A-H1.3); school-lunch program (79A-H1.4); and various subjects (79A
files (79A-H2.1), unarranged; British loan (79A-H2.2); housing (79A-H2.
3); price control (79A-H2.4); and various subjects (79A-H2.5). Committee on the Civil Service: various subjects (79A-H3.1). Committee on Education: Federal aid to education (79A-H4.1) and various sub
jects (79A-H4.2). Committee on Foreign Affairs: Chilean and Spanish communications referred
by the Speaker (79A-H5.1); United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Ad
ministration (79A-H5.2); and various subjects (79A-H5.3). Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: various subjects (79A-H6.1). Committee on Indian Affairs: various subjects (79A-H7.1). Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: aid for public airports (79A
H8.1); better securities exchange regulation (79A-H8.2); carrier agreements (79A-H8.3); daylight-saving time (79A-H8.4); FM broadcasting (79AH8.5); granting certificates to shipping companies for overseas air service (79A-H8.6); Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin (79A-H8.7); hospital survey and construction (79A-H8.8); minimizing alcoholic beverage advertising over the radio (79A-H8.9); a national science foundation (79A-H8.10); a national health program (79A-18.11); promotion of rural electrification (79A-H8.12); railroad retirement (79A-H8.13); and various subjects (79A
H8.14). Committee on the Judiciary: administrative officials and procedure (79A-H9.
1); Americanism and civil rights (79A-H9.2); claims for individual relief (79A-H9.3); arranged alphabetically; commemorative days or endeavors (794H9.4); conscription, conscientious objectors, and displaced persons (79AH9.5); constitutional amendments (79A-H9.6); courts and judges (79A-H9.7); crime (79A-H9.8); Federal spending and income (794-H9.9); international cooperation (79A-H9.10); labor and employment (79A-H9.11); poll tax (79AH9.12); prohibition--for (79A-H9.13); prohibition--against (79A-H9.14); public lands (79A-H9.15); standard time (79A-H9.16); and veterans affairs
(79A-H9.17). Committee on Labor: Fair Employment Practice Commission (79A-H10.1); Fair
Labor Standards Act of 1938 (79A-H10.2); labor-management disputes (79AH10.3); the "Little Steel" formula (79A-H10.4); maternal and child welfare legislation (79A-H10.5); the Murray-Patman full employment bill (79A-H10.6); the physically handicapped (79A-H10.7); and various subjects
(79A-H10.8). Committee on the Library: a Franklin D. Roosevelt memorial (79A-Hli.l) and
various subjects (79A-Hll.2).
Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: a "G. 1. Bill of Rights" for
merchant seamen, including numbered petitions (79A-H12.1), unnumbered multiple-signature petitions (79A-H12,2), unarranged, and unnumbered single-signature letter petitions (79A-H12.3), arranged alphabetically;
and officer status for radio-telegraph operators (79A-H12.4).
Missouri Valley Authority (79A-H18.2); St. Lawrence waterway (79A-H18.3);
and various subjects (79A-H18.4).
the blind (79A-H21.2); civil and intellectual freedom (79A-H21.3); civil
H21.17); and veterans' benefits (79A-H21.18). Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation: automobiles for amputees (79A
H22.1); amending the "G.I. Bill of Rights" (79A-H22.2); benefits and preferences for veterans (79A-H22.3); hospitals for veterans (79A-H22.4); operations of the Veterans' Administration (79A-H22.5); and the outlawing of communism (79A-H22.6).
ELECTION RECORDS. 1 ft.
1000 Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (79A-Jl), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory; and report of the tellers of the House, of 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, 1945 (79A-J2).
OTHER RECORDS. 1 ft.
1001 A volume of roll calls (79A-K1); motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills and resolutions (79A-K2); announcements of Sena te appointees to membership in joint committees (79A-K3); and various subjects (79A-K4). Arranged chronologically within each group, except 79A-K4, which is arranged by subject.
Records of the Office of the Clerk
RECORD BOOKS. 10 vols. 3 ft.
1002 House bill book (79C-AI); House resolution book-joint, concurrent, and simple--together with Senate joint and concurrent resolutions (79C-A2); Senate bill book (79C-A3); individual ledger (79C-A4); register of papers sent to the Senate (79C-A5); register of papers received from the Senate (79C-A6); register of committee reports, messages from the President, and executive communications (79C-A7); and petition book (79C-A8).
OTHER RECORDS. 2 ft.
Various papers (79C-B1), arranged by subject.