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79th Congress, 1st Session

(January 3-December 21, 1945)

MISCELLANEOUS

VOL. 1

UNITED STATES

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1945

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CONTENTS

No.

1. Printing Engineer Department report on harbors of Cape Charles, Va.

2. Printing Engineer Department report on Atlantic-Gulf ship canal, Fla.

3. Printing Engineer Department report on Miami River, Fla.

4. Printing Engineer Department report on Black Rock Channel and Tonawanda

Harbor, N. Y.

5. Printing Engineer Department report on Shipyard River, S. C. '

6. Printing Engineer Department report on Redwood Creek, Calif.

7. Printing Engineer Department report on Cleveland Harbor, Ohio.

8. Printing Engineer Department report on Intracoastal Waterway from Mobile,

Ala., to New Orleans, La.

9. Appropriations Committee to conduct studies of executive agencies.

10. Payment to Elizabeth T. Rabbitt for funeral expenses, etc., of Frank 0.

Rabbitt.

11. Education Committee to study effect of certain war activities on colleges and

universities.

12. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.

13. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.

14. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.

15. Increasing authorized number of students in Naval Reserve Officers' Training

Corps.

16. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of certain public

works.

17. Compensation of telephone operators on Capitol telephone exchange.

18. Consideration of bill to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with con-

struction of certain public works.

19. Continuing Special Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning.

20. Continuing Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy.

21. Creating Select Committee on Small Business and defining its powers and

duties.

22. Establishing Joint Committee on Organization of Congress.

23. Civil Service Committee to investigate various activities in Government

offices.

24. Continuing Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources.

25. Expenses of Appropriations Committee in conducting studies and examina-

tions of executive agencies.

26. Expenses of Education Committee in studying effect of certain war activities

on colleges and universities.

27. Continuing Special Committee to Investigate Executive Agencies.

28. Establishing grade of general in Marine Corps.

29. Secretary of Navy to convey to Oahu Railway & Land Co. easement for rail-

way purposes in lands at Halawa, Oahu, T. H.

30. Secretary of Navy to grant to Canton, Ohio, for highway purposes, strip of

land within Naval Ordnance Plant.

31. Secretary of Navy to lease lands in San Diego County, Calif., to Southern

California Telephone Co.

32. Furlough of officers of Marine Corps and Coast Guard by Secretary of Navy.

33. Lewis H. Kenney and others to accept decorations tendered them by Govern-

ment of Brazii.

34. Relating to employer's pay-roll tax for old-age benefits, War Shipping Ad-

ministration and Maritime Commission.

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35. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.

36. Mobilization of civilian manpower.

37. Consideration of bill relative to mobilization of civilian manpower.

38. Expenses of Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources.

39. Expenses of Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy.

40. Employment of clerk, assistant clerks, and janitor to Committee on Un-

American Activities.

41. Expenses of Civil Service Committee in investigating various activities in

Government offices.

42. Expenses of Special Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning.

43. Expenses of Select Committee on Small Business.

44. Expenses of Special Committee to Investigate Executive Agencies.

45. Establishing grade of admiral in Coast Guard.

46. Disposition of papers by sundry Government Offices.

47. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., to construct certain ditches, tunnels, and oil

pipe lines in Pearl Harbor, T. H.

48. Amending sec. 77 of bankruptcy act relative to railroad reorganizations.

49. Sale of foreign service buildings and grounds and utilization of proceeds in

Government interest.

50. Relief of certain officers and employees of foreign service of United States.

51. Coordination of activities of foreign service. 2 pts.

52. Additional appropriation for census of agriculture, 1945.

53. Payment to Frank J. Siegfried for funeral expenses, etc., of Virginia Siegfried.

54. Independent offices appropriation bill, 1946.

55. To encourage growing of war crops by protecting allotments of producers of

cotton, wheat, and peanuts.

56. Consideration of resolution making additional appropriation for census of

agriculture, 1945.

57. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.
58. Continuing Commodity Credit Corporation, permitting subsidy payments on

agricultural products, etc.

59. Relating to escapes of prisoners of war and interned enemy aliens.

60. Administration of Government lending agencies.

61. Postmasters in Alaska to administer oaths and affirmations required under

acts of Legislature of Alaska.

62. Payments of rewards to postal employees for inventions.

63. River and harbor omnibus bill.

64. Disposition of papers by sundry Government offices.

65. The President to proclaim Oct. 11, 1945, General Pulaski's Memorial Day.

66. Clerical assistance at post offices, branches, or stations serving military and

naval personnel.

67. Confirming claim of Charles Gaudet, also known as Charles Godet.

68. Expressing intent of Congress with reference to regulation of business of

insurance.

69. Relief of John T. Cooper.

70. Relief of Sigurdur Jonsson and Thorolina Thordardottir.

71. Relief of Julia P. Mills.

72. Relief of Ruben M. Herren.

73. Relief of board of trustees, Summerville Consolidated School District, Chat-

tooga County, Ga.

74. Relief of estate of David O. Clements.

75. Payment of awards to employees of Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co. and

others.

76. Relief of estate of H. J. Blexrud.
77. Relief of John P. Hayes and estate of Edward P. McCormack.
78. Relief of Bessie Sykes (Mrs. Luther S.).

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79. Relief of legal guardian of Gilda Cowan.

80. Relief of John H. Bonney, legal guardian of Daniel R. Bonney.

81. Relief of Blanche E. Broad.

82. Relief of Charles H. Dougherty, sr.

83. Relief of Winfred Alexander.

84. Relief of Mrs. C. A. Lee, administratrix of Ross Lee.

85. Relief of estate of Robert C. Meals, and others.

86. Relief of Stiers Bros. Construction Co.

87. Relief of Barbara Healy.

88. Court of Claims to render judgment on claim of Cuban-American Sugar Co.

against United States.

89. Relief of Daniel D. O'Connell and Almon B. Stewart.

90. Relief of Leo E. Day and Phillip Tamborello.

91. Relief of J. P. Harris.

92. Relief of Francis L. Gause and legal guardian of Rosalind and Helen Gause.

93. Relief of Louis T. Klauder.

94. Relief of Edith M. Powell.

95. Relief of Luckenbach Steamship Co., Inc.

96. Relief of Edwin Sullivan.

97. Relief of legal guardian of Louis Ciniglio, jr.

98. Relief of Daniel Baker Co.

99. Relief of Sam I. Wooten, Finley M. Maloy, and Alethea P. Arthur.

100. Relief of Harry S. Tansey.

101. Barring certain claims by United States in connection with Government

checks and warrants.

102. Consideration of river and harbor onmibus bill.

103. Additional appropriation for Public Health Service for operation of Neponsit

Beach Hospital.

104. Appointment of U. 8. commissioner for Big Bend National Park.

105. War Department civil functions appropriation bill, 1946.

106. Payment to Eleanor Fisher for funeral expenses, etc., of Flora L. Shelton.

107. Relief of Harriet B. Rickards.

108. Relief of Guy F. Allen and others.

109. Relief of Guy F. Allen and Paul S. Taylor.

110. Relief of Amy McKnight.

111. Relief of Marino Bello.

112. Relief of Mildred Ring.

113. Relief of Morgan Creamery Co.

114. Relief of Joe Koor.

115. Relief of David Hickey Post of American Legion.

116. Relief of W. A. Smoot, Inc.

117. Relief of Lorenzo H. Froman.

118. Relief of Donna M. McNulty.

119. Relief of E. E. Armstrong.

120. Relief of estates of Mathew C. Cowley. and Louisa Cowley.

121. Relief of Sam Swan and Aily Swan.

122. Relief of Hyman L. Schiffer.

123. Relief of Anne E. Loacker.

124. Relief of Mrs. W. V. Justice.

125. Relief of Henry B. Tucker.

126. Relief of Fidelity & Casualty Co. and Baugh Chemical Co.

127. Relief of Charles Y. Webb.

128. District court for eastern district of South Carolina to hear claim of Saunders

Memorial Hospital.

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