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No. 192, page 2295.-Hearing on H. R. 5483, to establish additional commis

sioned warrant-officer grades in the Navy and Marine Corps, and for

other purposes. No. 193, page 2393.-For the relief of Ernest H. West (H. R. 6143). No. 194, page 2395.- For the relief of Jerry Kearney (H. R. 6367). No. 195, page 2397.-For the relief of Oryie Matthew Ean (H. R. 6406). No. 196, page 2399.-To provide for the retirement, with advanced rank, of cer

tain officers of the Navy. No. 197, page 2401.—To authorize inclusion of service on active duty as service

on the active list in computation of service of commissioned warrant

officers in the Navy for pay purposes. No. 198, page 2403.—To regulate the promotion and retirement of certain officers

of the line of the Navy (H. R. 6281). No. 199, page 2405.—To amend subsection 11 (b) of the act approved July 24,

1941, entitled "An act authorizing the temporary appointment or advancement of certain personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps,

and for other purposes.' No. 200, page 2407.–For the relief of Frank Raymond West (H. R. 6429). No. 201, page 2409.-For the relief of Benjamin Franklin (H. R. 6518). No. 202, page 2411.—To provide for adjustment of active duty pay and allow

ances of commissioned officers of the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve

(H. R. 4488). No. 203, page 2413.—To provide for payment and settlement of mileage accounts

of officers and travel allowance of enlisted men of the Navy, Marine

Corps, and Coast Guard. No. 204, page 2415.--Statement of Admiral W. H. P. Blandy in connection with

the newspaper article on faulty ammunition used in the Far East. No. 205, page 2429.-Hearings on H. R. 6790, to permit the performance of essen

tial labor on naval contracts without regard to laws and contracts limiting hours of employment, to limit the profits on naval contracts,

and for other purposes. No. 206, page 2923.- Report of subcommittee of Committee on Naval Affairs

on the fire and capsizing of the U. S. S. Lafayette, formerly the T.E. L.

Normandie. No. 207, page 2951.-Hearings on H. R. 6790 to permit the performance of

essential labor on naval contracts without regard to laws and contracts limiting hours of employment, to limit the profits on naval

contracts, and for other purposes (pt. 2). No. 208, page 3037.—Hearings on H. R. 6807, to establish a Women's Auxiliary

Reserve in the Navy, and for other purposes. No. 209, page 3043.—Committee deliberations on the performance of essential

labor on naval contracts without regard to laws and contracts limiting hours of employment, to limit the profits on naval contracts, and for

other purposes (pt. 3). No. 210, page 3119.-Statements of subcommittee members on newspaper

article appearing in connection with subcommittee's deliberation on

the fire and capsizing of the U.S. S. Lafayette. No. 211, page 3129.—Report of subcommittee, House Naval Affairs Committee,

to the full committee on the fire and capsizing of the U.S. S. Lafayette. No. 212, page 3139.—Hearing on H. R. 6874, to change the designation of the

Bureau of Navigation of the Navy Department to the Bureau of

Naval Personnel. No. 213, page 3141.-To amend the act approved June 24, 1926, entitled "An

act to authorize the construction and procurement of aircraft and aircraft equipment in the Navy and Marine Corps, and to adjust and define the status of the operating personnel in connection therewith,” so as to provide for the establishment of the designation of

"naval aviation pilot (airship)," and for other purposes (H. R. 6742). No. 214, page 3143.-- To provide that certain provisions of law relating to the

Navy shall be held applicable to the personnel of the Coast Guard

when that service is operating as a part of the Navy (H. R. 6778). No. 215, page 3145.—To provide the rank of admiral of the fleet for the Chief of

Naval Operations and the commander in chief of the United States Fleet,

and for other purposes (H. R. 6449). No. 216, page 3147.-Relating to the power to establish priorities pursuant to

the act of June 28, 1940, as amended (H. R. 6563).

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No. 217, page 3149.--To authorize the renewal of the lease of the old naval

hospital in the District of Columbia for an additional period of 15

years (H. R. 6440). No. 218, page 3151.- For the purpose of correcting errors or omissions in the

service of retired enlisted men of the Navy (H. R. 5654). No. 219, page 3153.— For the relief of Curtis Pope (H. R. 6631). No. 220, page 3155.—To provide for the investigation of the feasibility and de

sirability as an aid in the war effort of establishing a naval station at

Jobos Harbor, Guayama, P. R. (H. R. 6645). No. 221, page 3157.–To retire Ensign Charles N. Collier, United States Naval

Reserve (H. R. 6707). No. 222, page 3159.-To change the designation of the Bureau of Navigation of

the Department of the Navy to the Bureau of Naval Personnel (H. R.

6874). No. 223, page 3161.–To prescribe the relative rank of members of the Navy

Nurse Corps in relation to commissioned officers of the Navy, and for

other purposes (H. R. 6929). No. 224, page 3163.-For the relief of dependents of civilians who were engaged

by civilian contractors on the islands of Wake and Guam (É. R.

6638). No. 225, page 3165.—To amend the act entitled "An act to provide additional

pay for personnel of the United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty” to include additional pay for diving in depths of less than 90 feet under certain conditions, and for other

purposes (H. R. 6930). No. 226, page 3167.- To amend the act approved February 4, 1919 (40 Stat. 1056),

entitled "An act to provide for the award of Medals of Honor, Distinguished-Service Medals, and Navy Crosses, and for other purposes," so as to change the conditions for the award of medals, and

for other purposes (H. R. 6931). No. 227, page 3169.—To authorize the President of the United States to present

a Congressional Medal to Dorie Miller (H. R. 6800). No. 228, page 3171.-To establish a Women's Auxiliary Reserve in the Navy, and

for other purposes (H. R. 6807). No. 229, page 3173.--Providing for the rank of chiefs of bureaus of the Navy

Department in time of war, and for other purposes (H. R. 6658). No. 230, page 3175.—To prevent the making of photographs and sketches of

naval reservations, naval vessels, and other naval property, and for

other purposes (S. 799). No. 231, page 3177.--To increase the number of midshipmen at the United States

Naval Academy (H. R. 6756). No. 232, page 3179.—To authorize the construction or acquisition of additional

naval aircraft, and for other purposes (H. R. 7007). No. 233, page 3181.–To provide for payment of a clothing allowance to enlisted

personnel of the United States Naval Reserve and certain enlisted men

of the Regular Navy (H. R. 6637). No. 234, page 3183.- Hearing on S. 2286, to authorize inclusion of service on active

duty as service on the active list in computation of service of commis

sioned warrant officers in the Navy for pay purposes. No. 235, page 3189.--Hearing on S. 2455, to amend the act entitled "An act to

provide additional pay for personnel of the United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty,” to include additional pay for diving in depths of less than 90 feet under certain

conditions, and for other purposes. No. 236, page 3197.—Hearing on s. 2285, to provide for the retirement, with

advanced rank, of certain officers of the Navy. No. 237, page 3205.- Hearing on S. 2456, to amend the act approved February 4,

1919 (40 Stat. 1056), entitled "An act to provide for the award of medals of honor, distinguished-service medals, and Navy crosses, and for other purposes," so as to change conditions for the award of

medals, and for other purposes. No. 238, page 3215.—Hearing on s. 2455, to amend the act entitled "An act to

provide additional pay for personnel of the United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty" to include addi. tional pay for diving in depths of less than 90 feet under certain

conditions, and for other purposes. No. 239, page 3219.-Hearing on S. 1587, to provide rental allowances for officers

without dependents on sea duty when deprived of quarters on board ship.

No. 240, page 3223.—Hearing on H. R. 3152, to remove restrictions upon the

service of certain officers of the Marine Corps in the Marine Corps

Headquarters, Washington, D. C. No. 241, page 3227.-Hearing on S. 2088, to authorize aircraft flight rations for

officers, enlisted men, and civilian employees of the Navy and Marine

Corps while engaged in flight operations.
No. 242, page 3231.—Hearing on H. R. 7036, to authorize the attendance of the

Marine Band at the Fifty-Second Annual Reunion of the United
Confederate Veterans to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn., June 23 to 26,

inclusive, 1942. No. 243, page 3233.—Hearing on S. 1637, to authorize the conveyance to the

State of Illinois, for highway purposes only, a portion of the Naval

Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill. No. 244, page 3237.--Hearing on S. 2097, to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to grant the board of trustees, school district No. 20, Charleston

County, S. C., a parcel of land situated in the city of Charleston, S. C. No. 245, page 3239.—Hearing on S. 2382, to amend the act approved June 24,

1926, entitled "An act to authorize the construction and procurement of aircraft and aircraft equipment in the Navy and Marine Corps, and to adjust and define the status of the operating personnel in connection therewith," so as to provide for the establishment of the desig

nation of naval aviation pilot (airship), and for other purposes. No. 246, page 3243.—Hearing on H. R. 7007, to authorize the construction or

acquisition of additional naval aircraft, and for other purposes. No. 247, page 3259.—Hearing on S. 2229, to provide for the retirement, rank, and

pay of heads of staff departments of the Marine Corps. No. 248, page 3265.--Hearings on s. 1957, to establish the naval procurement

fund, and for other purposes. No. 249, page 3271.- Hearing on H. R. 7160, to provide for the better adminis

tration of officer personnel of the Navy during the existing war, and

for other purposes. No. 250, page 3303.- Hearing on S. 2454, to prescribe the relative rank of members

of the Navy Nurse Corps in relation to commissioned officers of the

Navy, and for other purposes. No. 251, page 3307.—To authorize the attendance of the Marine Band at the

Fifty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn., June 23 to 26, inclusive, 1942

(H. R. 7036). No. 252, page 3309.-To amend section 2 of the act approved October 30, 1941

(Public Law 287, 77th Cong., 1st sess.), so as to authorize transportation for the dependents of reserve and retired personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps, upon release from active duty, from their last

duty stations to their homes (H. R. 7183). No. 253, page 3311.- Authorizing the construction of certain auxiliary vessels for

the United States Navy, and for other purposes (H. R. 7159). No. 254, page 3313.--To authorize employment on active duty in time of war of

officers on the emergency officers' retired lists of the Navy and Marine

Corps (H. R. 7045). No. 255, page 3315.--To establish additional commissioned warrant and warrant

grades in the United States Navy, and for other purposes (H. R.

7195). No. 256, page 3317.- Providing for certain additional appointments to the United No. 261, page 3347.-To provide for medical care and funeral expenses for cer

States Naval Academy (S. 2254). No. 257, page 3319. - To amend the act approved August 27, 1940 (54, Stat. 864),

entitled “An act increasing the number of naval aviators in the line of the regular Navy and Marine Corps, and for other purposes"

(H. R. 7324). No. 258, page 3321.---To repeal certain laws and to amend other laws relating

to naval aviation cadets; and to provide for aviation cadets in the Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve, and for other purposes

(H. R. 7364). No. 259, page 3323.-Hearing on H. R. 7304, prohibiting the payment of con

tingent fees for services in connection with the procurement of naval contracts, requiring certain warranties in naval contracts, and for

other purposes. No. 260, page 3345. —To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to grant to the

board of trustees, School District No. 20, Charleston County, S. C., a parcel of land situated in the city of Charleston, S. C. (S. 2097).

tain members of the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps (H. R.

7438). No. 262, page 3349.—To amend the act entitled "An act to provide additional pay

for personnel of the United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty,” to include additional pay for diving in depths of less than 90 feet under certain conditions, and for other pur

poses (H. R. 7140). No. 263, page 3351.- To authorize the transportation of dependents and house

hold effects of personnel of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, incident to secret or confidential orders, and for other purposes

(H. R. 7421). No. 264, page 3353.-For the relief of Thomas Patrick Heaney (H. R. 7205). No. 265, page 3355.—To provide for the appointment in the Naval and Marine

Corps Reserve of persons with physical disabilities, and for other pur

poses (H. R. 6839). No. 266, page 3357.- Providing for the withholding of 10 percent of the contract

price of naval contracts and subcontracts for the payment of delinquent Federal income or excess-profits taxes of the naval contractor

or subcontractor (H. R. 7103). No. 267, page 3359.—Hearing on S. 2568 to establish additional commissioned

warrant and warrant grades in the United States Navy, and for other

purposes. No. 268, page 3363.--Hearing on H. R. 7140, to amend the act entitled "An act

to provide additional pay for personnel of the United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty,” to include additional pay for diving in depths of less than 90 feet under certain

conditions, and for other purposes. No. 269, page 3367.-Hearing on H. R. 7364, to repeal certain laws and to amend

other laws relating to naval aviation cadets, to provide for aviation cadets in the Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve, and for

other purposes. No. 270, page 3389. —To authorize an exchange of lands between Edgar Eberly,

of Mechanicsburg, Pa., and the United States (S. 2677). No. 271, page 3391.-To amend the act approved March 2, 1933, by suspending

the provisions relative to a Navy ration in kind, and for other purposes

(S. 2678). No. 272, page 3393.- To amend the act entitled "An act to expedite national

defense, and for other purposes," approved June 28, 1940 (54 Stat. 676), and title IV of the Naval Appropriation Act for the fiscal year

1941, approved September 9, 1940 (54 Stat. 883) (H. R. 7619). No. 273, page 3395.-To expedite the prosecution of war, and for other purposes

(H. R. 7575). No. 274, page 3397.--For the relief of Adolphe James Pinault (H. R. 7452). No. 275, page 3399.—To authorize the rank of rear admiral in the Dental Corps

of the United States Navy (H. R. 7243). No. 276, page 3401.-To provide for the award of a gold medal to Father Peter B.

Duffee (H. R. 7479). No. 277, page 3403.--To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to pay the costs of

transportation of certain civilian employees, and for other purposes

(H. R. 7578). No. 278, page 3405.—To permit members of the Women's Reserve of the Naval

Reserve to serve in the Territories of Alaska and Hawaii (H. R.

7475). No. 279, page 3407.-To amend the act approved July 24, 1941 (34 U. S. C.,

Supp. I, 350f), so as to adjust the pay status of enlisted personnel appointed to commissioned rank for temporary service, and for other

purposes (H. R. 7577). No. 280, page 3409.— To establish a Veterans' Auxiliary Reserve in the Navy to

expedite the war effort by releasing officers and men for duty at sea and their replacement by veterans in the shore establishment of the

Navy, and for other purposes (H. R. 7436). No. 281, page 3411.- To provide for the advancement of Rear Admiral Emory

8. Land, Construction Corps, United States Navy, retired, to the

rank of vice admiral (H. R. 7576). No. 282, page 3413.—Hearing on S. 2678 to amend the act approved March 2,

1933, by suspending the provisions relative to a Navy ration in kind, and for other purposes.

No. 283, page 3419.—Hearing on H, R. 7576 to provide for the advancement of

Rear Admiral Emory S. Land, Construction Corps, United States

Navy, retired, to the rank of vice admiral. No. 284, page 3425.--Hearing on H, R. 7577, to amend the act approved July 24,

1941 (34 U. S. C., Supp. I, 350f), so as to adjust the pay status of enlisted personnel appointed to commissioned rank for temporary

service, and for other purposes. No. 285, page 3431.—Hearing on S. 2627, to amend the act approved August 27,

1940 (54 Stat. 864), entitled "An act increasing the number of naval aviators in the line of the Regular Navy and Marine Corps, and for

other purposes." No. 286, page 3435.- Hearing on S. 2677 to authorize an exchange of land at

Mechanicsburg, Pa., between Edgar Eberly and the United States. No. 287, page 3437.-Hearing on S. 2676, to provide for medical care and funeral

expenses for certain members of the Naval Reserve Officers' Training

Corps. No. 288, page 3441.—Hearing on S. 2679, to authorize the transportation of de

pendents and household effects of personnel of the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Coast and Geodetic Survey, incident to

secret or confidential orders, and for other purposes. No. 289, page 3449.--Hearing on H. R. 7619, to amend the act entitled "An act

to expedite national defense, and for other purposes," approved June 28, 1940 (54 Stat. 676), and "Title IV of the Naval Appropriation Act

for the fiscal year 1941," approved September 9, 1940 (54 Stat. 883). No. 290, page 3453.--Hearing on H. R. 7575 to expedite the prosecution of war,

and for other purposes. No. 291, page 3492.—Hearing on S. 1468 to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to establish a fuel depot at Middle and Orchard Points, Wash. No. 292, page 3477.—Hearing on s. 2327, to provide for payment and settlement

of mileage accounts of officers and travel allowance of enlisted men of

the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. No. 293, page 3483.—Hearing on S. 2739, to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to grant easements for rights-of-way over, across, in, and upon naval

reservations No. 294, page 3487.-Hearing on H. R. 6839, to provide for the appointment in

the naval and Marine Corps Reserve of persons with physical disa

bilities, and for other purposes. No. 295, page 3501.-Hearing on s. 2381, to provide that certain provisions of

law relating to the Navy shall be held applicable to the personnel of

the Coast Guard when that service is operating as a part of the Navy. No. 296, page 3509.—To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to grant easements

for rights-of-way over, across, in, and upon naval reservations. (S. 2739). No. 297, page 3511.--Authorizing the payment of a clothing allowance to mem

bers of the Fleet Reserve (H. R. 7589). No. 298, page 3513.—To provide for the appointment of William F. Shaw as an

ensign, United States Navy (H. R. 7524). No. 299, page 3515.–For the relief of Arthur Chester Schulz (H. R. 7613). No. 300, page 3517.--To correct the naval record of Carlo Solone (H. R. 7609). No. 301, page 3519.–For the relief of Cecil Ray Murphy (H. R. 7666). No. 302, page 3521.-Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to construct and the

President of the United States to present to the people of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland, on behalf of the people of the United States, a hospital, dispensary, or other memorial, for heroic services to men of the

United States Navy (H. R. 7836). No. 303, page 3523.-—To amend the act of March 7, 1942, entitled "An act to

provide for continuing payment of pay and allowances of personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, including the retired and reserve components thereof; the Coast and Geodetic Survey and the Public Health Service, and civilian employees of the executive departments, independent establishments, and agencies, during periods of absence from post of duty, and for other purposes'

(H. R. 7004). No. 304, page 3525.—Hearing on S. 2791 to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to pay the costs of transportation of certain civilian employees, and

for other purposes. No. 305, page 3541.—Hearing on S. 2769 to authorize the rank of rear admiral in

the Dental Corps of the l'nited States Navy.

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