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78th Congress, 2d Session

(January 10-December 19, 1944)

MISCELLANEOUS

VOL. 2

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1944

712625

CONTENTS

No.

1178. Relief of William E. Search and others.

1179. Relief of Edwin H. Taylor, jr.

1180. Relief of Donald J. Munson.

1181. Relief of Clarence P. Hale, jr.

1182. Relief of Clarence E. Thompson and Virginia Thompson.

1183. Relief of Mildred Ring.

1184. Relief of Ruth Coe.

1185. Relief of C. C. Evensen.

1186. Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Bantin.

1187. Authorizing appropriations for Navy for additional ship-repair facilities,

consisting of drydocks, etc.
1188. Amending act regulating disposal of dead human bodies in D. C.
1189. Relief of legal guardian of Edward Polak.
1190. Consideration of bill to prevent multiple State income taxes on salaries of

Government employees.
1191. Consideration of bill rel. to absorption of exchange and collection charges

by Federal reserve member banks.

1192. Conference report on bill providing retirement benefits for administrator

of veterans' affairs.

1193. Construction of Hungry Horse Dam on South Fork of Flathead River in

Montana.

1194. Consideration of bill providing for garnishment of salaries of Government

employees.

1195. Reestablishing grade of admiral of the Navy.

1196. Conference report on bill authorizing charging of tolls for passage of Govt.

traffic over Golden Gate Bridge.

1197. Relief of Almos W. Glasgow.

1198. Agriculture Department organic act of 1944.

1199. Relief of Austin L. Tierney.

1200. Relief of Jack L. Haas.

1201. Relief of William Kovatis.

1202. Relief of Svend J. Skou.

1203. Authorizing appointment of Gregory Boyington 1st lieutenant in Marine

Corps.

1204. Advancement of Emory S. Land to rank of vice admiral.
1205. Relief of John J. Defeo.
1206. Relief of Joseph L. Walker.
1207. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to convey to New York City lands within

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

1208. Insuring that 6 months' death gratuity is paid to living beneficiaries of

Navy and Marine Corps personnel.

1209. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to accept gifts and bequests for Naval

Academy.

1210. Relaxing requirement for renewal of bonds of bonded officers and enlisted

men of Army, Vavy, etc.
1211. Providing titles for heads of staff departments of Marine Corps.
1212. Relief of Malcolm K. Beyer.

1213. Adding lands held in trust by V. S. for Minnesota Chippewa Tribe to

White Earth Reservation.

1214. Disposing of tribal funds of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe of Indians.

1215. Clarification of certain services performed by seamen as employees of

United States.

1216. Enactment of title 1 of United States Code, entitled General provisions,

into absolute law.

1217. Enactment of title 4 of United States Code, entitled Flag and seal, seat of

Government, and States, into absolute law.

1218. Enactment of title 6 of United States Code, entitled Official and penal

bonds, into absolute law.

1219. Enactment of title 9 of United States Code, entitled Arbitration, into abso-

lute law.

1220. Relief of Mary L. Elliott.

1221. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.

1222. Relief of David B. Turpel.

1223. Computation of double-time credits awarded between 1898 and 1912 in

determining retired pay, Army, Navy, etc.

1224. To eliminate pay discrimination against teacher of music at Military

Academy.

1225. Investigation by Committee on Indian Affairs of conditions of American

Indian in United States.
1226. Consideration of Agriculture Department organic act of 1944.
1227. (Will not be printed.]
1228. Printing of study of legality of annexation of Austria by Germany by

Herbert Wright.

1229. Expatriating or excluding certain persons for evading military and naval

service.

1230. Amending nationality act of 1940 to preserve nationality of citizens residing

abroad.

1231. Amending nationality act of 1940 relative to naturalization process.

1232. Relating to seamen's insurance paid by War Shipping Administration.

1233. Relief of Maria V. T. Steere.

1234. Relief of Joseph Mrak.

1235. Relief of Homer C. Chapman.

1236. Relief of Daniel D. O'Connell and Almon B. Stewart.

1237. Providing for naturalization of certain alien veterans of Spanish-American

War, 1st World War., etc.

1238. Relief of Roscoe M. Meadows.

1239. First deficiency appropriation bill, 1944.

1240. Pensions and compensation to certain persons who are receiving military

or naval retired pay.

1241. Consideration of rivers and harbors bill.
1242. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.
1243. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.
1244. Expenses of Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee in conducting

studies of national-defense program.

1245. Surplus property problem from viewpoint of small business.

1246. Effective date of awards of death pension or compensation in cases of

persons missing in action.

1247. Conference report on bill facilitating voting, in time of war, by menibers

of armed forces.

1248. Payment to Isaline Garney for funeral expenses, etc., of Mary Garney.

1249. (Blank.)

1250. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.

1251. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.

No.

1252. Disposition of records by sundry Government offices.

1253. Authorizing the President to present Distinguished Service Medal to

Chester W. Nimitz.

1254. Amending laws of District of Columbia relating to exemption of property

from judicial process, etc.

1255. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of certain

public works.

1256. Extending ending date of Philippine insurrection to Dec. 31, 1913, in con-

nection with veterans' benefits.
1257. Conference report on bill to increase compensation of substitute employees

in postal service.
1258. Extending for 90 days period during which grains, etc., for livestock and

poultry feed may be imported duty free.

1259. Legislative and judiciary appropriation bill, 1945.

1260. Conference report on bill for participation of U. S. in work of United

Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Admn.

1261. Regulation of boxing in District of Columbia.

1262. Training of State and Territorial guards.

1263. Repealing law providing for forfeiture of pay of Army or Navy personnel

because of venereal disease, etc.

1264. Fixing compensation of registers of district land offices in accordance with

classification act.

1265. Favoring action looking to relief for starving peoples of Europe.

1266. Disposing of certain executive papers.

1267. Relief of sundry aliens.

1268. War contracts settlement act.

1269. Conference report on bill placing postmasters at h-class post

ces on

annual-salary basis.

1270. Relief of Maria V. T. Steere.

1271. Agriculture Department appropriation bill, 1945.

1272. Disposing of certain executive papers.

1273. Pensions for certain physically or mentally helpless children of veterans.
1274. Expenses of Indian Affairs Committee in conducting investigation of con-

ditions of American Indians in U.S.
1275. Consideration of H. R. 4381, authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed

with construction of certain public works.

1276. Rezoning of certain property in D. C. as residential area.

1277. Providing for appointment of female pilots and aviation cadets of Army

Air Forces.

1278. Consideration of bill providing for construction of Hungry Horse Dam on

South Fork of Flathead River.
1279. Consideration of bill expatriating or excluding certain persons for evading

military and naval service.

1280. Regulation of certain insurance rates in D. C.

1281. Increase salaries of certain members of D. C. Fire Department.

1282. Cooperation with State agencies administering labor laws in maintaining

safe working conditions in industry.

1283. Relating to appointment of postmasters.

1284. Relief of Garnet C. Williams.

1285. Amending fire and casualty act of District of Columbia.

1286. Establishing Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy.

1287. Relief of William E. Widby.

1288. Pensions to certain unremarried dependent widows of Civil War veterans.

1289. Extension of preference to veterans who desire to compete for positions in

Federal civil service.

1290. Elimination of payment of interest on civil service pension refunds covering

service of 1 year or less.

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