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No. 165, page 1227.--For the relief of Ernest H, West (H. R. 3533).

No. 166, page 1229,-For the relief of Wilfrid Verl Wilson (H. R. 3629).

No. 167, page 1231.-For the relief of Charles Myers (H. R. 3694).

No. 168, page 1233.- To authorize the President of the United States to present

à Congressional Medal of Honor to Jennings Jack Bennett (H. R.

3505).

No. 169, page 1235.--Hearing on H. R. 1023, a bill to establish a chief of chap-

lains of the United States Navy.

No. 170, page 1259.-To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to accept gifts and

bequests for the United States Naval Academy, and for other pur-

poses (H. R. 3958).

No. 171, page 1261.- Proceedings on the occasion of the unveiling of the portrait

of Hon. Carl Vinson, chairman, Naval Affairs Committee, House of

Representatives, Thursday, January 20, 1944.

No. 172, page 1273.-Investigation of congested areas.
No. 173, page 1285.--To provide titles for heads of staff departments of the

United States Marine Corps, and for other purposes (H. R. 4029).

No. 174, page 1287.—To amend the act approved March 2, 1895, as amended

(H. R. 4030).

No. 175, page 1289.--Authorizing appropriations for the United States Navy

for additional ship repair facilities, and for other purposes (H. R.

4061).

No. 176, page 1293.–Authorizing the President to present, in the name of Con-

gress, a distinguished service medal to Lt. Gen. Thomas Holcomb,

United States Marine Corps (H. R. 3760).

No. 177, page 1295.–To amend article 61 of the Articles for the Government of

the Navy (H. R. 3452).

No. 178, page 1297.—Recommending to the Secretary of the Navy that he give

immediate, full, and thorough consideration to the solution of the

problem of in-plant feeding at shipyards and shipbuilding plants

under his jurisdiction (H. Res. 337).

No. 179, page 1299.-To provide compensation upon discharge for physical

disability of enlisted personnel of the naval service in cases where

disability is service-connected but not the result of own misconduct

(H. R. 3543).

No. 180, page 1301.-Hearing on S. 397 for the relief of Lt. (Jr. Gr.) Svend J.

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No. 191, page 1341.-To vest title to the U. S. S. Wolverine (ex-Michigan)

in the foundation for the original U. S. S. Michigan Inc. (H. R. 4241). No. 192, page 1343.—To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to proceed with

the construction of certain public works, and for other purposes

(H. R. 4321). No. 193, page 1345.-For the relief of Father Peter B. Duffee (H. R. 1586). No. 194, page 1347.- To authorize the presentation to Capt. Walter Thomas

Collins, United States Marine Corps, of a Distinguished Service

Cross (H. R. 3861). No. 195, page 1349.-Report on the production of naval aircraft at the Columbus,

Ohio, plant of the Curtiss-Wright Aviation Corporation. No. 196, page 1353.—To authorize Lewis Hobart Kenney, Charles Garner,

Charles Clement Goodman, and Henry Charles Robinson to accept decorations and orders tendered them by the Government of the

United States of Brazil (H. R. 4398). No. 197, page 1355.–Authorizing appropriations for the United States Navy for

additional ordnance manufacturing and production facilities, and

for other purposes (H. R. 4121). No. 198, page 1357.-Hearing on S. 1428 to amend the provision of the act

authorizing payment of 6 months' death gratuity to widow, child, or dependent relative of officers, enlisted men, or nurses of the Navy

or Marine Corps, and for other purposes. No. 199, page 1365.—Hearing on S. 1349 to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to convey to the City of New York certain lands within the Brooklyn

Navy Yard in the city of New York, No. 200, page 1369.-Hearing on S. 1647 to amend the act approved March 2,

1895, as amended. No. 201, page 1377.--Hearing on S. 1653 to provide titles for heads of staff

departments of the United States Marine Corps, and for other pur

poses. No. 202, page 1381.-Hearing on S. 1640 to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to accept gifts and bequests for the United States Naval Academy,

and for other purposes. No. 203, page 1387.- To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to convey to the

Virginian Railway Co., a corporation, for railroad-yard enlargement purposes, a parcel of land of the Camp Allen Reservation at Norfolk,

Va. (H. R. 4465). page 1389.-To authorize the presentation to Capt. Walter Thomas

Collins, United States Marine Corps, of a Distinguished Service

Cross (H. R. 3861). No. 205, page 1391.-To authorize the removal of Naval Reserve and Marine

Corps Reserve officers from the honorary retired list under certain

circumstances (H. R. 3492). No. 206, page 1393.—Hearing on H. R. 4377, a bill authorizing the President to

present in the name of Congress, a Distinguished Service Medal to

Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, United States Navy. No. 207, page 1395.-To provide that Naval Reserve officers who are graduates

of Naval Reserve officers' training schools shall be eligible for perma

nent commissions (H. R. 4237). No. 208, page 1397.-To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to grant to the city

of Newport News, Commonwealth of Virginia, a right-of-way over certain lands of the United States at the Naval Mine Depot, York

town, Va., for water pipe-line purposes (H. R. 4564). No. 209, page 1399.-- To provide more efficient dental care for the personnel of

the United States Navy (H. R. 4216). No. 210, page 1401.--Authorizing the President to present, in the name of Con

gress, a Distinguished Service Medal to Admiral Royal E. Ingersoll,

United States Navy (H. R. 4399). No. 211, page 1403.— Authorizing the President to present a Distinguished

Service Cross to John F. Haller (H. R. 3792). No. 212, page 1405.—Hearing on H. R. 4469, to facilitate the settlement of claims

arising from terminated war contracts of the Navy Department, and

for other purposes. No. 213, page 1847.-Hon. Frank Knox. No. 214, page 1849.- Authorizing the President to present a Distinguished

Service Cross to John F. Haller (H. R. 3792).

No. 215, page 1851.-To vest title to the U. S. S. Wolverine (ex-Michigan) in

the foundation for the original United States ship Michigan, Inc.

(H. R. 4241). No. 216, page 1853.--To amend section 10 of the act of Congress 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”, as amended, to provide for the retired pay of

certain persons, and for other purposes (H. R. 3908). No. 217, page 1855.-Authorizing the acquisition and conversion or construction

of certain landing craft and district craft for the United States Navy,

and for other purposes (H. R. 4710). No. 218, page 1857.–To amend certain articles of the Articles for the Govern

ment of the Navy (H. R. 4734). No. 219, page 1861.–For the relief of George Smalley (H. R. 4506). No. 220, page 1863.-For the relief of Henry Hillgameyer (H. R, 4507). No. 221, page 1865.-For the relief of John G. Condon (H. R. 4509). No. 222, page 1867.- For the relief of Lawrence Michael Keating (H. R. 4510). No. 223, page 1869.—To provide for the transportation to their homes of persons

discharged from the naval service because of under-age at time of

enlistment (H. R. 4761). No. 224, page 1871.-To amend the part of the act entitled "An act making

appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes”, approved June 1, 1920, as amended, relating to the conservation, care, custody, protection, and operation

of the naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves (H. R. 4771). No. 225, page 1873.—Hearing on H. R. 3748 to authorize and direct the sale of

Moore Air Field. No. 226, page 1949.-Hearing for the purpose of establishing the naval ordnance

laboratory in a permanent site just outside the District of Columbia, No. 227, page 1959.--To amend Public Law 816, Seventy-seventh Congress,

second sessjon (H. R. 4418). No. 228, page 1961.—Hearing on S. 1634, to provide for the management and

operation of naval plantations outside the continental United States. No. 229, page 1979.-Report of Subcommittee of the Committe on Naval

Affairs investigating the Brewster Aeronautical Corporation.
No. 230, page 1983.-Hearing on H. R. 4825, to authorize the attendance of the

Marine Band at the national encampment of the Grand Army of the
Republic, to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, September 10 to 14, inclu-

sive, 1944. No. 231, page 1985.—Hearing on H. R. 4771, to amend the part of the act en

titled “An act making appropriations for the Naval Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes," approved June 4, 1920, as amended, relating to the conservation, care, custody,

protection, and operation of the naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves. No. 232, page 2129.--For the relief of Banjamin Franklin (H. R. 4521). No. 233, page 2131.-To authorize the attendance of the Marine Band at the

national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, September 10 to 14, inclusive, 1944 (H. R.

4825). No. 234, page 2133.-To amend section 1442, revised statutes, relating to fur

lough of officers by the Secretary of the Navy (H. R. 4951). No. 235, page 2135.—To amend article 8 of chapter 21 of title 34 (Navy) of the

United States code by adding three subsections to the first subdivision

thereof (H. R. 4490). No. 236, page 2137.-To remove restrictions on transfers of small craft to other

American Republics in furtherance of the war effort (H. R. 4991). No. 237, page 2139.—Hearing on H. R. 4901 to authorize and direct the sale of

Moore Airfield. No. 238, page 2157.--Hearing on S. 1173, to provide for staying judicial proceed

ings against the United States in time of war, on claims for damages caused by vessels of the navy, or for towage or salvage services to such vessels, when the Secretary of the Navy certifies that the prosecution of such proceedings would endanger the security of naval operations or interfere therewith, and to authorize the settlement and payment of such claims, and for other purposes.

No. 239, page 2179.-Hearing on H. R. 2025 to amend that part of the act of

June 24, 1910 (36 Stat. 619), relating to disposition of profits from sales

of ships' stores. No. 240, page 2193.-Hearing on H. R. 4216 to provide more efficient dental care

for the personnel of the United States Navy.. No. 241, page 2299.-Hearing on H. R. 4405, to amend the act approved March

7. 1942 (Public Law 490, 77th Cong.), as amended so as to more specifically provide for pay, allotments, and administration pertaining

to war casualties, and for other purposes. No. 242, page 2345.--Hearing on H. R. 4991 to remove restrictions on transfers of

small craft to other American republics in furtherance of the war effort. No. 243, page 2357.—Hearing on S, 2019 to establish the grade of fleet admiral of

the United States Navy, and for other purposes. No. 244, page 2363.—Hearing on H. R. 5067 to amend the Naval Reserve Act of

1938, as amended, so as to permit foreign service of members of the

Women's Reserve under certain conditions. No. 245, page 2389.—To amend the Naval Reserve Act of 1938, as amended, so

as to permit foreign service of members of the Women's Reserve

under certain conditions (H. R. 5067). No. 246, page 2391.-Hearing on H. R. 3224 to establish the grades of Com

missioned Warrant Officer and Warrant Officer in the United States

Marine Corps, and for other purposes. No. 247, page 2397.—Hearing on S. 1113 to amend section 11 of the Naval Avia

tion Cadet Act of 1942. No. 248, page 2401.—Hearing on H. R. 3225 to amend the act of May 27, 1908, as

amended, authorizing settlement of accounts of deceased officers and

enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps. No. 249, page 2407.-Hearing on H. R. 3230 to amend section 12 of the Naval

Aviation Cadet Act of 1942. No. 250, page 2417.-Hearing on S. 1170, authorizing the conveyance to the

State of Virginia, for highway purposes only, of a portion of the

Naval Mine Depot Reservation at Yorktown, Va. No. 251, page 2419.-Hearing on S. 1132, to amend the Naval Reserve Act of

1938 so as to provide for the payment of a uniform gratuity to certain

officers recalled to active duty. No. 252, page 2423.—Hearing on H. R. 2976 to grant military rank to certain

members of the Navy Nurse Corps. No. 253, page 2429.—Hearing on H. R. 3223 to provide for reimbursement of

officers, enlisted men, and others in the naval service of the United

States for property lost, damaged, or destroyed in such service. No. 254, page 2451. - To amend an act entitled “An act authorizing the tem

porary appointment or advancement of certain personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps, and for other purposes," approved July 24, 1941, as

amended, and for other purposes (H. R. 4971). No. 255, page 2453.-For the relief of William Henry Bergmann (H. R. 5113). No. 256, page 2455.--To amend an act entitled “An act to authorize the Secretary

of the Navy to proceed with the construction of certain public works, and for other purposes," approved April 4, 1944, relating to the

acquisition and disposal of land for naval use (H. R. 5005). No. 257, page 2457. For the relief of certain commissioned officers of the Navy,

Marine Corps, and Coast Guard (H. R. 5112). No. 258, page 2459.- To provide for the investment in United States savings

bonds of pay and allowances credited to prisoners of war and certain

other persons absent from their posts of duty (H. R. 4599). No. 259, page 2461.—To amend the act approved February 3, 1942, so as to

provide for an assistant commandant for air of the Marine Corps, to prescribe the rank of the assistant commandant and the assistant commandant for air, and to amend the act approved June 22, 1938, as amended, so as to extend its retirement provisions to the assistant commandant and the assistant commandant for air, and for other

purposes (H. R. 5147). No. 260, page 2463.-To authorize the construction of additional housing facilities

for naval personnel and their dependents (H. R. 5088). No. 261, page 2465.- Establishing a Naval Oil-Shale Development Board and

authorizing the construction, maintenance, and operation of a plant to produce oil for naval use from the naval oil-shale reserves (H. R. 4192).

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