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HEARING

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SUBCOMMITTEE OF HOUSE COMMITTEE
o ON APPROPRIATIONS

CONSISTING OF

MEssRs. WILLIAM R. WOOD (CHAIRMAN),
EDWARD H. WASON, JOHN W. SUMMERs, JOHN N. SANDLIN,
JAMES F. BYRNES, AND CHARLES D. CARTER (substituted
For JAMES F. BYRNES FEBRUARY 27, 1924)

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HEARING

BEFORE

SUBCOMMITTEE OF HOUSE COMMITTEE

ON APPROPRIATIONS

CONSISTING OF

MESSRS. WILLIAM R. WOOD (CHAIRMAN), EDWARD H. WASON, JOHN W. SUMMERS, JOHN N. SANDLIN, JAMES F. BYRNES, AND CHARLES D. CARTER (SUBSTITUTED

FOR JAMES F. BYRNES FEBRUARY 27, 1924)

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COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION.

MARTIN B. MADDEN, Illinois, Chairman. CHARLES R. DAVIS, Minnesota.

FRANK H. FUNK, Illinois. DANIEL R. ANTHONY, JR., Kansas.

JOHN TABER, New York. WILLIAM S. VARE, Pennsylvania.

MAURICE H. THATCHER, Kentucky. SYDNEY ANDERSON, Minnesota.

JOSEPH W. BYRNS, Tennessee. WILLIAM R. WOOD, Indiana.

JAMES P. BUCHANAN, Texas. LOUIS C. CRAMTON, Michigan.

JAMES A. GALLIVAN, Massachusetts. EDWARD H. WASON, New Hampshire.

JAMES F. BYRNES, South Carolina. WALTER W. MAGEE, New York.

GORDON LEE, Georgia. GEORGE HOLDEN TINKHAM, Massachusetts. BEN JOHNSON, Kentucky. BURTON L. FRENCH, Idaho.

CHARLES D. CARTER, Oklahoma. MILTON T. SHREVE, Pennsylvania.

EDWARD T. TAYLOR, Colorado. L. J. DICKINSON, Iowa.

WILLIAM B. OLIVER, Alabama. FRANK MURPHY, Ohio.

ANTHONY J. GRIFFIN, New York. JOHN W. SUMMERS, Washington.

THOMAS W. HARRISON, Virginia. HENRY E. BARBOUR, California.

JOHN N. SANDLIN, Louisiana. ERNEST R. ACKERMAN, New Jersey.

JOHN J. EAGAN, New Jersey. GUY U. HARDY, Colorado.

WILLIAM A. AYRES, Kansas.

MARCELLUS C. SAELDS, Clerk. 11

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INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATION BILL, 1925.

HEARINGS CONDUCTED BY THE SUBCOMMITTEE, MESSRS. WIL

LIAM R. WOOD (CHAIRMAN), EDWARD H. WASON, JOHN W. SUMMERS, JOHN N. SANDLIN, JAMES F. BYRNES, AND CHARLES D. CARTER (SUBSTITUTED FOR JAMES F. BYRNES FEBRUARY 27, 1924), OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, IN CHARGE OF THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATION BILL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1925, ON THE DAYS FOLLOWING, NAMELY:

ONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1924.

STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDINGS.

STATEMENT OF LIEUT. COL. CLARENCE O. SHERRILL, SUPER

INTENDENT, AND MR. F. W. HOOVER, DEPUTY SUPERIN. TENDENT.

GENERAL STATEMENT.

Mr. Wood. Have you any general statement you desire to make?

Colonel SHERRILL. The office of the superintendent State, War, and Navy Department Buildings, is now responsible for the care of the following buildings:

Lemon Building, Temporary No. 1 Building, Temporary No. 2 Building, Temporary No. 3 Building, Temporary No. 4 Building, Temporary No. 5 Building, Temporary No. 6 Building, Temporary No. 7 Building, Walker-Johnson Building, Bureau of Standards Buildings, State, War, and Navy Department Building, Interstate Commerce Commission Building, Coast and Geodetic Survey Building, Department of Commerce Building, Civil Service Commission Building, Old General Land Office Building, Department of Justice Building, Department of Labor Building, Interior Department Building, Pension Office Building, Patent Office Building, Navy Building, Munitions Building, 1800 E Street NW., Mall Building“C," Mali Building “D,” Mall Building “E," Mall Building “F,” Mall Cafeteria Building, Mall Mechanics Building, Bureau of Fisheries Building, Mall Administration Building. These buildings are divided into administrative groups, as follows:

The State, War, and Navy group, which includes the State, War, and Navy Building, the Walker-Johnson Building, and the Lemon Building, the Civil Service Building and the Department of Labor Building, which have a floor space of 794,703 square feet; the Patent, Pension, and Land Office group, including the Patent Office, the Pension Office, and the Land Office, which have a floor space of 582,916 square feet; the Mall group, which includes the temporary

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