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SENATE DOCUMENTS

70th Congress, 2d Session

(December 3, 1928- March 4, 1929)

MISCELLANEOUS

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON: 1930

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CONTENTS

No.

169. Report of Architect of Capitol, 1928.

170. Report of National Forest Reservation Commission, 1928.

173. Biography of Stonewall Jackson.*

175. Freedom of the road.

176. Mutilateral peace treaty.

177. Report of Francis A. O'Neill on sinking of steamship Vestris.

180. Losses arising from Porto Rican hurricane of Sept. 13, 1928.*.

181. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims for year ended Dec. 1, 1928.

182. Production of fertilizer urea in United States and Germany.

183. Railroad rates on agricultural products.

185. Aircraft purchased by Navy Department.

187. Study of battle fields in United States for commemorative purposes.

188. Judicial salaries in courts of United States.

189. Report on Cumberland Falls project.

190. Report on crop insurance.

191. Report of Dickerson N. Hoover on accident to steamship Vestris.

192. Judgments by district court for northern district of California.

193. Judgments rendered by District Courts in special cases.

194. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims.

195. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office.

196. Claim allowed by General Accounting Office in favor of Frank Murray.

197. Estimate for maintenance of Senate Office Building.

198. Estimate for models for Supreme Court building.

199. Estimate for construction of House of Representatives Office Building.

200. Estimate for eradication of so-called phony disease of peach.

201. First International Congress on Sanitary Aviation.

202. International Map of the World on the Millionth Scale Bureau.

203. Estimate for compiling foreign trade statistics, Department of Commerce.

204. Administrative settlement of controversies with United States.

205. Estimate for alterations in Executive Office and other improvements.

206. Estimate for oil portrait of President Coolidge.

207. Estimate for additional secretary to President of United States.

208. Estimate for additional secretary to President of United States.

209. Estimate for market-news service of Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

210. Reimbursement of Nevada.

211. Expenses of administration of settlement of war claims act of 1928.

213. Report on Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okeechobee drainage areas, Fla.

214. Internal-revenue tax on raw cotton collected in each State, 1863–68.

,215. Administration of disabled emergency officers' retirement act.

216. Deforested America, statement of present forest situation in U. S.

217. Goat and kid leathers.

218. Proposed sale of United States ships.

221. Law of aerial navigation.

222. Estimates for increase of Navy.

223. Good roads.

*Corrected print

No.

225. Fatalities in aviation service of Army.

229. Report on St. Petersburg Harbor, Fla.

230. Calf and kip leather.

231. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims.

232. Payment of claim of Floyd A. Newell.

233. Judgments rendered by District Courts in special cases.

234. Judgments rendered by district court for district of Massachusetts.

235. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office.

236. Estimates to pay claims for damages to privately owned property, etc.

237. Estimate for surveys for a Nicaraguan canal and enlarging Panama Canal.

238. Drainage assessments on Indian allotments, Cleveland County, Okla.

239. Estimate for remodeling Salisbury, N. C., post office.

240. Estimate for plans for construction for new Coast Guard Academy.

241. Supplemental estimate, Department of State.

242. Appropriations for Oklahoma Experiment Station.

243. Transfer certain funds of Weather Bureau to Coast Guard.

244. Estimate for establishment of migratory-bird refuges.

245. Estimate for Bureau of Mines to develop methods of recovering potash.

246. Estimate for Agriculture Dept. to develop methods of recovering potash.

247. Estimate for vocational rehabilitation of disabled residents of D. C.

248. Cooperative vocational rehabilitation of disabled residents of D. C.

249. Estimate for Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission.

250. Estimate for construction of buildings, etc., at military posts.

251. Seed-grain, feed, and fertilizer loan for crop of 1929.

252. Estimate for paving Dry Valley road in Georgia.

253. Estimate for aids to navigation, lighthouse service.

254. Estimate for enforcement of wireless communication laws.

255. Use of funds covered into Treasury under settlement of war claims act.

256. Expenses of fifteenth decennial census.

257. Report of Near East Relief, Dec. 31, 1928.

258. Opinions of Attorney General rel. to emergency officers' retirement act.

259. Immigration quotas on basis of national origin.

260. Position of Federal Reserve Board on speculation.

262. Claim of Baltimore for amounts advanced during Civil War.

263. Indian funds.

265. Work of Juvenile Court of District of Columbia, 1928.

267. Field service of Bureau of Prohibition.

REPORT OF THE ARCHITECT

OF THE CAPITOL

LETTER

FROM
THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

TRANSMITTING
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE
ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL FOR THE

FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1928

DECEMBER 5, 1928.—Referred to the Committee on Public Buildings

and Grounds and ordered to be printed

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON

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