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EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 

FIRST SKSSION / CONVENED JANUARY 4. 1965 

PIK3I .^fsai^i^ \ ADJOURNED OCTOBER 23 (LEGISLATIVE DAY. OCTOBER 22), 1965 

sBrnMn spqciom / CONVENED JANUARY 10, 1966 
»c.\.uixu .-.r-ssiuiN y ADJOURNED OCTOBER 22, 1966 

CALENDARS 

OF THE UNITED STATES 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



-AND- 



HISTORY OF LEGISLATION 




FINAL EDITION ^„,,,,« 

JAN 1 3 \U1 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF RALPH R. ROBERTS, CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
THOMAS V. COOKE, Tally Clerk; CURTIS A. CHRISTIANSON, Assistant Tally Clerk 

Calendars shall be printed daily — "t Index to the Calendars mill be printed on Monday of each week the House is in session; 

Rule XIII; clause 6 J otherwise first day of session thereafter 

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1967 O — 65-03 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

Unfinished business 3 

Special legislative days 3 

Morning hour call of committees 4 

Calendar Wednesday business 4 

Committee list with dates of calls 4 

Bills in conference 5 

Bills through conference 6 

Calendars : 

Union 33 

House 51 

Private 53 

Consent 55 

Motions to discharge committees 56 

Laws and resolutions — numerical list 57 

Titles of bills and resolutions which have become laws: 
House bills: 

Pubhc laws 67 

Private laws 88 

House joint resolutions: 

Public laws 86 

Private laws 95 

Senate bills: 

Public laws 96 

Private laws 106 

Senate joint resolutions: 

Public laws 104 

Private laws 110 

Acts which failed to become laws 112 

Acts which were vetoed but became laws 114 

Acts which became laws without the approval of the President 111 

Pocket vetoes 113 

Numerical list of bills and resolutions which have passed either or both Houses, and bills and resolutions 
pending on the calendars: 

House bills 115 

Joint resolutions 182 

Concurrent resolutions 185 

Resolutions 189 

Senate bills 206 

Joint resolutions 245 

Concurrent resolutions 249 

Resolutions (of interest to the House) 252 

Index (subject) 253 

Statistical recapitulation and comparison 314 

Comparison of work in previous Congresses 321 

Comparative statement 52d to the 89th Congresses inclusive 325 

Calendar of the year 1965 and 1966 326 

Status of major bills 327 



/ 




UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1966 



SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE DAYS 

Calendar Wednesday Wednesday of each week, except during the last 2 weeks of a session 

(clause 7, rule XXIV). 

Consent Calendar First and third Mondays of each month (clause 4, rule XIII). 

Discharge Calendar Second and fourth Mondays of each month, except during the last 

6 days of a session (clause 4, rule XXVII). 

District of Columbia business Second and fourth Mondays of each month (clause 8, rule XXIV). 

Private Calendar First and third Tuesdays of each month (clause 6, rule XXIV). 

Suspension of rules First and third Mondays of each month and during the last 6 days 

of a session (clause 1, rule XXVII). 

RESTRICTION OF POWER TO REPORT APPROPRIATIONS 



Clause 4, rule XXI: 

"4. No bill or joint resolution carrying appropriations shall be reported by any committee not having 
jurisdiction to report appropriations, nor shall an amendment proposing an appropriation be in order during 
the consideration of a bill or joint resolution reported by a committee not having that jurisdiction. A question 
of order on an appropriation in any such bill, joint resolution, or amendment thereto may be raised at any time." 



THE MORNING HOUR FOR THE CALL OF COMMITTEES 

Clause 4, rule XXIV : 

"4. After the unfinished business has been disposed of, the Speaker shall call each standing committee in 
regular order, and then select committees, and each committee when named may call up for consideration any 
bill reported by it on a previous day and on the House Calendar, and if the Speaker shall not complete the call 
of the committees before the House passes to other business, he shall resume the next call where he left off, 
giving preference to the last bill under consideration: Provided, That whenever any committee shall have occupied 
the morning hour on 2 days, it shall not be in order to call up any other bill until the other committees have 
been called in their turn." 

Note. — See page 4 for committee list. 

CALENDAR WEDNESDAY BUSINESS 

Clause 7, rule XXIV: 

"7. On Wednesday of each week no business shall be in order except as provided by paragraph 4 of this 
rule unless the House by a two-thirds vote on motion to dispense therewith shall otherwise determine. On such 
a motion there may be debate not to exceed 5 minutes for and against. On a call of committees under this rule 
bills may be called up from either the House or the Union Calendar, excepting bills which are privileged under 
the rules ; but bills called up from the Union Calendar shall be considered in Committee of the Whole House on 
the State of the Union. This rule shall not apply during the last 2 weeks of the seSsion. It shall not be in 
order for the Speaker to entertain a motion for a recess on any Wednesday except during the last 2 weeks of 
the session: 

"Provided, That not more than 2 hours of general debate shall be permitted on any measure called up on 
Calendar Wednesday, and all debate must be confined to the subject matter of the bill, the time to be equally 
divided between those for and against the bill: Provided further. That whenever any committee shall have occu- 
pied one Wednesday it shall not be in order, unless the House by a two-thirds vote shall otherwise determine, to 
consider any unfinished business previously called up by such committee, unless the previous question had been 
ordered thereon, upon any succeeding Wednesday until the other committees have been called in their turn under 
this rule: Provided, That when, during any one session of Congress, all of the committees of the House are not 
called under the Calendar Wednesday rule, at the next session of Congress the call shall commence where it 
left off at the end of the preceding session." 

Note. — See committee list below. 

COMMITTEE LIST ACCORDING TO RULE X, WITH DATES OF THE CALLS OF 

COMMITTEE UNDER RULE XXIV 





Clause 4 — 

Morning 

hours 


Clause 7 — Calendar Wednesday 




1966 


1966 


1966 


1966 


1966 


1966 


1. Committee on Agriculture 








(*) 






2. Committee on Appropriations 












3. Committee on Armed Services 














4. Committee on Banking and Cur- 
rency. 














5. Committee on the District of Co- 
lumbia 














6. Committee on Education and Labor 














7. Committee on Foreign Affairs 














8. Committee on Government Opera- 
tions. 














9. Committee on House Administra- 
tion 














10. Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs 














11. Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce 














12. Committee on the Judiciary 














13. Committee on Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries 














14. Committee on Post Office and Civil 














Service 














15. Committee on Public Works 














16. Committee on Rules 














17. Committee on Science and Astro- 
nautics 














18. Committee on Un-American Activi- 
ties 














19. Committee on Veterans' Affairs 














20. Committee on Ways and Means 





























*Call rests with Committee on Agriculture. 



3:1^ 73/ 



BII,LS IN CONFERENCE 



Jefferson's Maiuml, see. 555: 

"And in nil cases of conference asked after a vote of disagreement, etc., the conferees of the House 
asking it are to leave the papers with the conferees of the other * * ♦." 

The House agreeing to the conference acts on the report before the House requesting a conference. 

CONFEHKES MAY NOT AGREE TO CERTAIN SENATE AMENDMENTS 

Clause 2, rule XX: 

"2. No amendment of the Senate to a general appropriation bill which would be in violation of the 
provisions of clause 2 of rule XXI, if said amendment liad originated in the House, nor any amendment 
of the Senate providing for an appropriation upon any 1)111 otlier than a general appropriation l)ill, sliall be 
agreed to by tlie managers on the part of the House unless specific authority to agree to such amendment 
shall be first given by the House by a separate vote on every such amendment." 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-"! Asked 












fer- > Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1965 








1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 10779 


Bridge, Rio 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 








Oct. 22, 1965 


Grande, Pharr, 


Selden, Fascell, 


Fulbright, 








Jan. 20, 1966 


Tex., construct. 


McVicker, 
Mallliard, and 
Gross. 
(House asks.) 


Sparkman, 
Morse, 

Hickenlooper, 
and Aiken. 
(Senate acts first.) 








1966 














S. 1118 


District of Colum- 
bia, home rule. 




Messrs. 
Bible, 








Apr. 5 












provide. 




Morse, 
Mclntyre, 
Kennedy of 

New York, 
Tydings, 
Prouty, and 
Dominick. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 15119 


Labor, Unemploy- 
ment Insurance 


Messrs. 
MUls, 


Messrs. 
Long of 








Aug. 8 








Oct. 12 


Amendments of 
1966. 


King of 

California, 
Boggs, 
Keogh, 
Byrnes of 

Wisconsin, 
Curtis, and 
Utt. 
(House acts first.) 


Louisiana, 
Smathers, 
Anderson, 
Douglas, 
Gore, 

McCarthy, 
Williams of 
Delaware, 
Carlson, and 
Bennett. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 5392 


Indians, Indian 
Claims Com- 


Messrs. 
Haley, 










Sept. 29 












mission, 


O'Brien, 












termination 


Edmondson, 












date, extend. 


Saylor, and 
Berry. 
(House asks.) 










H.R. 9323 


Indians, revolving 


Messrs. 










Oct. 4 


loan fund, 
increase ap- 
propriation 
authorization. 


Haley, 
O'Brien, 
Edmondson, 
Saylor, and 
Berry. 
(House asks.) 











BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-' 


Asked 












fer- 


Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence , 


to 








No. 






1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.J.Res. 234 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. Mahon, 


Messrs. Holland, 


Feb. 10 


Feb. 10 


Feb. 10 


Feb. 3 


supplemental, 


Thomas, Whit- 


Hayden, 


36 






Feb. 8 


for Agriculture, 


ten, Natcher, 


McClellan, 










fiscal year ending 


Bow, and 


EUender, Hill, 


(Approved Feb. 11, 1966; 




June 30, 1965. 


Michel. 


Pastore, Salton- 


Public Law 89-2.) 






{House acts first.) 


stall. Young of 

North Dakota, 
and Mundt. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 45 


Inter- American 


Messrs. Patman, 


Messrs. Fulbright, 


Mar. 3 


Mar. 4 


Mar. 8 


Feb. 25 


Development 


Multer, 


Sparkman, 


137 






Mar. 1 


Bank, increase 


Barrett, 


Mansfield, 










United States 


Mrs. Sullivan, 


Hickenlooper, 


(Approved Mar. 24, 1965; 




participation in. 


Reuss, 


and Aiken. 


Public Law 89-6.) 






Ashley 


(Senate asks.) 












Widnall, 














Fino, and 














Halpern. 














(House acts first.) 










H.R. 5721 


Agricultural Ad- 


Messrs. Cooley, 


Messrs. Ellender, 


Apr. 8 


Apr. 8 


Apr. 8 


Apr. 6 


justment Act of 


McMillan, 


Holland, 


22P 






Apr. 7 


1938, tobacco 


Abbitt, 


Talmadge, 










acreage-pound- 


Stubblefield, 


Jordan of North 


'Approved Apr. 16, 1966; 




age marketing 


Dague, and 


Carolina, 


Public Law 89-12.) 




quotas. 


Latta. 
(House asks.) 


Young of North 

Dakota, and 
Cooper. 
(Senate acts first.) 








S. 974 


Manpower Act of 


Messrs. Powell, 


Messrs. Clark, 


Apr. 12 


Apr. 13 


Apr. 9 


Apr. 5 


1965 


O'Hara of 


Randolph, 


231 






Apr. 5 




Michigan, 


McNamara, 












Daniels, 


Pell, Kennedy of 


(Approved Apr. 26, 1965; 






Pucinski, 


Massachusetts, 


Public Law 89-15.) 






Gibbons, 


Nelson, Prouty, 












Hathaway, 


Javits, and 












Ayres, Ashbrook, 


Murphy. 












and Quie. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 7091 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. Mahon, 


Messrs. Pastore, 


Apr. 28 


Apr. 29 


Apr. 29 


Apr. 27 


Second Supple- 


Thomas, 


Holland, 


270 






Apr. 28 


mental, 1965. 


Kirwan, 


Hayden, 




' 






Whitten, 


Ellender, 


(Approved Apr. SO, 1966; 






Rooney of 


Hill, 


Public Law 89-16.) 






New York, 


Byrd of 












Fogarty, 


West Virginia, 












Denton, 


Young of 












Bow, 


North Dakota, 












Jonas, 


Saltonstall, and 












Laird, and 


Kuchel. 












Michel. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 2998 


Arms Control and 


Messrs. Morgan, 


Messrs. Fulbright, 


Apr. 12 


Apr. 13 


May 14 


Mar. 10 


Disarmament 


Zablocki, 


Sparkman, 


233 






Mar. 16 


Act, amend. 


Mrs. Kelly, 


Mansfield, 












Hays, Adair, 


Hickenlooper, 


(Approved May 27, 1965; 






Mailliard, 


and Aiken. 


Public Law 89-27.) 






and Berry. 


(Senate asks.) 


1 1 








(House acts first.) 











BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
filed 


Report aRrecd to 










in — 


Date 


Hrirf of title 










€on-l 


.\skod 












fer- 


.\greed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence 


to 












1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


S. 800 


Armed Forces, 


Messrs Rivers of 


Messrs. 


May 25 


May 26 


May 27 


May 18 


research and 


South Carolina, 


Stcnnis, 


374 






May 19 


procuronicnt of 


Philbin, 


Symington, 


' 




aircraft, missiles. 


H6bcrt, 


Jackson, 


(Approved June 11, 1966; 




and naval 


Price, 


Cannon, 


Public Law 89-37.) 




vessels, appro- 


Fisher, 


Saltonstall, and 










priation authori- 


Hardy, 


Mrs. Smith. 










zation . 


Bates, 
Arends, and 
O'Konski. 
(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 6767 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 14 


June 15 


June 15 


May 26 


Interior and 


Denton, 


Hayden, 


513 






June 10 


related agencies. 


Kirwan, 


Russell 










1966. 


Mrs. Hansen, 


of Georgia, 


(Approved June 28, 1966; 






Messrs. 


McClellan, 


Public Law 89-52.) 






Marsh, 


Bible, 












Mahon, 


Byrd of 












Reifel, 


West Virginia, 












McDade, and 


Mundt, and 












Jonas. 


Young of North 












{House acts first.) 


Dakota 
(Senate asks ) 








H.R. 7717 


National Aero- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 15 


June 16 


June 16 


June 2 


nautics and 


Miller, Teague of 


Anderson, 


514 






June 3 


Space Adminis- 


Texas, 


Symington, 










tration, appro- 


Karth, Hechler, 


Stennis, 


(Approved June 28, 1966; 




priation 


Martin of 


Mrs. Smith, and 


Public Law 89-53.) 




authorization. 


Massachusetts 
and 
Fulton of 

Pennsylvania. 
(House acts first.) 


Mr. Jordan of 
Idaho. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 8371 


Taxes, Excise Tax 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 16 


June 17 


June 17 


June 15 


Reduction Act 


Mills, 


Byrd of 


525 






June 16 


of 1965 


King of 


Virginia, 












California, 


Long of 


(Approved June 21, 1966; 






Boggs, 


Louisiana, 


Public Law 89-^ 


u.) 






Keogh, 


Smathers, 












Byrnes of 


Williams of 












Wisconsin, 


Delaware, 












Curtis, and 


and 












Utt. 


Carlson. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








S. 1229 


Federal Water 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 22 


Juno 23 


June 25 


May 20 


Project Recrea- 


Aspinall, 


Jackson, 


538 






May 27 


tion Act. 


Rogers of Texas, 


Bible, 












Haley, 


Burdick, 


(Approved July 9, 1965; 






Saylor, and 


Kuchel, and 


Public Law 89-72.) 






Skubitz. 


Allott. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 7060 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 24 


Juno 28 


Juno 28 


June 8 


Treasury, 


Steed, 


Robertson, 


550 






June 16 


Post Office, and 


Passman, 


McClellan, 










Executive 


Addabbo, 


Monroney, 


(Approved June 30, 1965; 




Offices, 1966. 


Mahon, 


Bartlett, 


Public Law 89-. 


57.) 






Conte, 


Yar borough. 












Robison, and 


Hayden, 












Jonas. 


Randolph, 












(House acts first.) 


Case, and 
Allott. 
















(Senate asks.) 









8 



BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- [ Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 8147 


Tariff exemption 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 30 


June 30 


June 30 


June 29 


from duty for 


MiUs, 


Byrd of Virginia, 


570 






June 30 


returning 


King of California, 


Long of 










residents. 


Boggs, 


Louisiana, 


(Approved June 30, 1966; 






Byrnes of 


Smathers, 


Publ 


ic Law 89-62.) 






Wisconsin, and 


Carlson, and 












Curtis. 


Morton. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








S.J. Res. 1 


President and Vice 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 29 


(Recom- 




Apr. 22 


President, 


Celler, 


Bayh, 


554 


mitted 




Apr. 28 


succession. 


Rogers of 
Colorado, 


Eastland, 
Ervin, 




June 30.) 








Corman, 


Dirksen, and 


June 30 


June 30 


July 6 






McCuUoch, and 


Hruska. 


564 










Poflf. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 


















(July 7, 1966, pursuant to 1 










United States Code 106b, pre- 










sented to the Administrator of 










the General Services Admin- 










istration.) 


S. 559 














June 22 


Cigarettes, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 1 


July 13 


July 6 


June 23 


labeling. 


Harris, 

Rogers of Texas, 


Magnuson, 
Pastore, 


586 










O'Brien, 


Hartke, 


(Approved July 27 


, 1966; 






Kornegay, 


Cannon, 


Publ 


ic Law 89-& 


2.) 






Springer, 


Mrs. Neuberger, 












Younger, and 


Messrs. 












Nelsen. 


McGee, 












(House asks.) 


Cotton, 
Morton, 
and Scott. 
(Senate acts first) 








H.R. 6453 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 30 


July 1 


July 13 


June 22 


District of 


Natcher, 


Byrd of 


568 






June 28 


Columbia, 1966. 


Giaimo, 


West Virginia, 












Smith of Iowa, 


Hayden, 


(Approved July 16, 1966; 






McFall, 


Bartlett, 


Public Law 89-76.) 






Mahon, 


Mclntyre, 












Davis of 


Case, 












Wisconsin, 


Cotton, and 












McDade, and 


Saltonstall. 












Jonas. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










S. 21 


Water and land 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 8 


July 13 


July 14 


Apr. 9 


resources, devel- 


Aspinall, 


Anderson, 


603 






Apr. 13 


opment of. 


Rogers of Texas, 


Jackson, 












O'Brien, 


Church, 


(Approved July 22, 1966; 






Saylor, and 


Kuchel, and 


Public Law 89-80.) 






Skubitz. 


Allott. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








S. 2080 


Coinage Act of 
1965. 


Messrs. 
Patman, 




(Senate agrees to 


House 


July 14 




amendments July 15, 1965.) 






Multer, 




1 1 






Barrett, 




(Approved July 23, 1966; 






Mrs. Sullivan, 




Public Law 89-81.) 






Messrs. 














Ashley, 














Reuss, 














Widnall, 














Fino, and 














Mrs. Dwyer. 














(House asks.) 











9 



BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
filed 


Report agreed to 










in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con- 


Asked 












fer- 


Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence 


to 












1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 8775 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


(House concurs in Senate 


Julv 12 


Legislative 


George W. 


Monroney, 


amendments Nos. 1 to S6 and 


July 19 


branch appro- 


Andrews, 


Bartlett, 


J,2 and 43, July 19, 1965.) 




priation bill, 


Steed, 


Proxmirc, 










1966. 


Kirwan, 

Slack, 

Flynt, 


Yarborough, 

Hayden, 

Saltonstall, 


July 20 
630 


July 21 


July 21 






Mahon, 


Young of 


(Approved July 27, 1966; 






Langen, 


North Dakota, 


Public Lata 89-90.) 






Reifel, and 


and Kuchel. 












Jonas. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 7984 


Housing and 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 23 


July 27 


July 26 


July 19 


Urban Develop- 


Patman, 


Sparkman, 


679 






July 19 


ment Act of 


Multer, 


Douglas, 










1965. 


Barrett, 


Proxmire, 


(Approved Aug. 10, 1965; 






Mrs. Sullivan, 


Williams of 


Public Law 89-117.) 






Messrs. 


New Jersey, 












Reuss, 


Muskie, 












Ashley, 


Bennett, and 












Widnall, 


Tower. 












Fino, and 


(Senate acts first.) 












Mrs. Dwyer. 














(House asks.) 










S. 510 


Public Health 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 23 


July 27 


July 26 


May 3 


Service, com- 


Harris, 


Hill, 


676 






July 19 


munity health 


O'Brien, 


Yarborough, 










service extension 


Rogers of 


Williams of 


(Approved Aug. 5, 1966; 




amendments. 


Florida, 


New Jersey, 


Public Law 89-109.) 






Satterfield, 


Pell, 












Springer, 


Kennedy of 












Nelsen, and 


Massachusetts, 












Carter. 


Javits, and 












(House asks.) 


Murphy. 
(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 2984 


Health, health 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 23 


July 27 


July 26 


July 15 


research 


Harris, 


Hill, 


677 






July 19 


facilities. 


O'Brien, 


Yarborough, 










construction. 


Rogers of 


Williams of 


(Approved Aug. 9, 1966; 






Florida, 


New Jersey 


Public Law 89-116.) 






Satterfield, 


Pell, 












Mackay, 


Kennedy of 












GiUigan, 


Massachusetts, 












Springer, 


Javits, and 












Nelsen, and 


Murphy. 












Carter. 


(Senate acts first.) 












(House asks.) 










H.R. 2985 


Health, Com- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 23 


July 27 


July 26 


July 15 


munity Mental 


Harris, 


Hill, 


678 






Julv 19 


Health Center 


O'Brien, 


Yarborough, 










Act Amend- 


Rogers of 


Williams of 


(Approved Aug. 4, 1966; 




ments of 1965. 


Florida, 


New Jersey, 


Public Law 89-106.) 






Satterfield, 


Pell, 












Mackay, 


Kennedy of 












GiUigan, 


Massachusetts, 












Springer, 


Javits, and 












Nelsen, and 


Murphy. 












Carter. 


(Senate acts first.) 














(House asks.) 











10 



BILLS THKOUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-1 Asked 












fer- [ Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 6675 


Social security. 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


July 26 


July 27 


July 28 


July 9 


Social Security 


Mills, 


Byrd of 


682 






July 12 


Act Amend- 


King of 


Virginia, 










ments, 1965. 


Cahfornia, 


Long of 


(Approved July 30, 1965; 






Boggs, 


Louisiana, 


Public Law 89-97.) 






Keogh, 


Smathers, 












Byrnes of 


Anderson, 












Wisconsin, 


Williams of 












Curtis, and 


Delaware, and 












■ Utt. 


Carlson. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








S. 1564 


Constitution of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 2 


Aug. 3 


Aug. 4 


July 12 


the United 


Celler, 


Eastland, 


711 






July 14 


States, enforce 


Rodino, 


Dodd, 










15th amendment 


Rogers of 


Hart, 


(Approved Aug. 6, 1966; 




(right to vote). 


Colorado, 


Long of 


Public Law 89-110.) 






Donohue, 


Missouri, 












McCuUoch, and 


Dirksen, and 












Cramer. 


Hruska. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 8439 


Military 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 3 


Aug. 4 


Aug. 5 


June 28 


Construction 


Rivers of 


Stennis, 


713 






July 13 


Authorization 


South Carolina, 


Symington, 










Act of 1966. 


Philbin, 
Hubert, 


Jackson, 
Cannon, 


(Vetoed Aug. 21, 1965.) 
1 1 






Price, 


Saltonstall, and 


(See H.R. 107' 


'6) 






Fisher, 


Mrs. Smith. 












Bates, 


(Senate asks.) 












Arends, 














O'Konski, 














Bray, and 














Hardy. 














(House acts first.) 










S. 24 


Water, saline 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 3 


Aug. 5 


Aug. 5 


July 14 


conversion 


Aspinall, 


Jackson, 


720 






July 19 


program, 


O'Brien, 


Anderson, 










expand. 


Rogers of 


Bible, 


(Approved Aug. 11, 1966; 






Texas, 


Kuchel, and 


Public Law 89-118.) 






Saylor, and 


AUott. 












Reinecke. 


(Senate asks.) 








« 




(House acts first.) 










H.R. 7997 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 5 


Aug. 5 


Aug. 5 


July 13 


Independent 


Thomas, 


Magnuson, 


727 






July 29 


Offices, 1966. 


Evins of 


Ellender, 












Tennessee, 


Russell of 


(Approved Aug. 16, 1966; 






Boland, 


Georgia, 


Public Law 89-128.) 






Shipley, 


Holland, 












Giaimo, 


Monroney, 












Mahon, 


Anderson, 












Jonas, 


Allott, 












Minshall, 


Young of 












Rhodes of 


North Dakota, 












Arizona, and 


and Saltonstall. 












Bow. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 











11 



Bn.LS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 

Date 
Con-] Asked 
fer- > Agreed 
once J to 



Brief of title 



1965 
2054 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 3 



S.J. Res. 81 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 11 



H.R. 7765 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 11 



H.R. 5401 
July 13 
July 15 



H.R. 7750 
June 14 
June 17 



H.R. 8639 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 16 



Peace Corps Act, 
amend. 



Highways, Na- 
tional System of 
Interstate and 
Defense, appor- 
tion funds. 



Appropriations, 
Departments of 
Labor, and 
Health, Educa- 
tion, and Wel- 
fare, and related 
agencies, 1966. 



Interstate Com- 
merce Act 
Amendments. 



Foreign Assistance 
Act of 1965. 



Appropriations, 
State, Justice, 
Commerce, and 
related agencies, 
1966. 



Confereee 



House 



Messrs. 

Morgan, 

Zablocki, 

Mrs. Kelly, 

Mr. Hays, 

Mrs. Bolton, 

Messrs. 

Adair, and 

Mailliard. 
(House acts first.) 

Messrs. 

Fallon, 

Kluczynski, 

Clark, 

Cramer, and 

Baldwin. 
{House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Fogarty, 

Denton, 

Flood, 

Mahon, 

Laird, 

Michel, and 

Bow. 
{House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Harris, 

Friedel, 

Jarman, 

Pickle, 

Springer, 

Devine, 

Cunningham, 

and Staggers. 
{House asks.) 



Mr. Morgan, 

Mrs. Kelly, 

Messrs. 

Hays, 

O'Hara of 
Illinois, 

Adair, 

Mailliard, and 

Frelinghuysen. 
(House acts first.) 

Messrs. ■ 
Rooney of 

New York, 
Sikes, 
Slack, 
Smith of 

Iowa, 
Flynt, 
Joelson, 
Mahon, 
Bow, 

Lipscomb, and 
Cederberg. 
(House acts first.) 



Senate 



Messrs. 
Fulbright, 
Sparkman, 
Mansfield, 
Hickenlooper, 
and Aiken. 

(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 
Randolph, 
McNamara, 
Muskie, 
Fong, and 
Pearson. 

(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Hill, 

Stennis, 

Pastore, 

Bible, 

Byrd of 

West Virginia, 

Cotton, and 

Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Magnuson, 

Lausche, 

Bartlett, 

McGee, 

Cotton, 

Morton, and 

Pearson. 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Fulbright, 
Sparkman, 
Mansfield, 
Morse, 

Hickenlooper, 
Aiken, and 
Carlson. 

(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

McClellan, 

Ellender, 

Magnuson, 

Holland, 

Pastore, 

Fulbright, 

Mrs. Smith, 

Messrs. 

Saltonstall, and 

Mundt. 
(Senate asks.) 



Report 
filed 



Report 
No. 



1965 

Aug. 5 

728 



Report agreed to 
in 



House Senate 



1965 
Aug. 10 



1965 
Aug. 1 1 



(Approved Aug. S4, 1965; 
Public Law 89-134-) 



Aug. 11 
778 



Aug. 12 



Aug. 12 



(Approved Aug. 28, 1965; 
Public Law 89-139.) 



Aug. 12 
791 



Aug. 16 



Aug. 17 



(Approved Aug. 31, 1965; 
Public Law 89-166.) 



Aug. 18 
810 



Aug. 19 



Aug. 18 



(Approved Sept. 6, 1965; 
Public Law 89-170.) 



Aug. 18 
811 



Aug. 19 



Aug. 24 



(Approved Sept. 6, 1965; 
Public Law 89-171.) 



Aug. 18 
807 



Aug. 19 



Aug. 24 



(Approved Sept. 2, 1965; 
Public Law 89-164.) 



12 



BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 6927 


Housing and 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 26 


Aug. 31 


Aug. 30 


Aug. 18 


Urban Develop- 


Dawson , 


Ribicoff, 


884 






Aug. 24 


ment, Depart- 


Holifield, 


Jackson, 










ment of, 


FasceU, 


Kennedy of 


{Approved Sept. 9, 1965; 




establish . 


Reuss, 


New York, 


Public Law 89-174-) 






Rosenthal, 


Javits, and 












Erlenbom, and 


Simpson. 












Wydler. 


{Senate acts first.) 












{House asks.) 










H.R. 10586 


Appropriations, 
Departments of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 8 


Sept. 9 


Sept. 9 


Sept. 7 


Fogarty, 


Pastore, 


970 






Sept. 8 


Labor and 


Denton, 


HiU, 










Health, Educa- 


Flood, 


Holland, 


{Approved Sept. 23, 1966; 




tion, and Welfare 


Mahon, 


Hay den, 


Public Law 89-199.) 




Supplemental 


Laird, 


Russell of 










Appropriation 


Michel, and 


Georgia, 










Act, 1966. 


Bow. 
{House acts first.) 


Young of 

North Dakota. 
Saltonstall, and 
Cotton. 
{Senate asks.) 








S. 618 


SamuelH, N. I 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 14 


Sept. 15 


Sept. 16 


Aug. 19 




Ashmore, 


Dodd, 


989 






Aug. 24 




Senner, and 


Kennedy of 












Hutchinson. 


Massachusetts, 


{Approved Sept. 29, 1966; 






{House acts first.) 


and Javits. 


Private Law 89-108.) 








{Senate asks.) 








H.R. 4750 


Interest Equaliza- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 14 


Sept. 16 


Sept. 20 


Aug. 24 


tion Tax Exten- 


Mills, 


Byrd of Virginia, 


988 






Aug. 26 


sion Act of 1965. 


King of 


Long of 












California, 


Louisiana, 


{Approved Oct. 9, 1965; 






Boggs, 


Smathers, 


Public Law 89-24S.) 






Keogh, 


Williams of 












Byrnes of 


Delaware, and 


, 










Wisconsin, 


Carlson. 












Curtis, 


{Senate asks.) 












and Utt. 














{House acts first.) 










H.R. 5768 


Tariff, silk yarn, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 13 


Sept. 16 


Sept. 20 


Aug. 19 


suspend duty. 


Mills, 


Byrd of 


978 






Aug. 23 




King of 


Virginia, 












California, 


Long of 


{Approved Oct. 1, 1966; 






Boggs, 


Louisiana, 


Public Law 89-229.) 






Keogh, 


Smathers, 












Byrnes of 


Williams of 












Wisconsin, 


Delaware, and 












Curtis, 


Carlson. 












and Utt. 


{Senate acts first.) 












{House asks.) 










H.R. 7969 


Tariff, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 13 


Sept. 16 


Sept. 20 


Aug. 13 


Tariff Schedules 


Mills, 


Byrd of 


979 






Aug. 19 


Technical 


King of 


Virginia, 










Amendments 


California, 


Long of 


{Approved Oct. 7, 1966; 




Act of 1965. 


Boggs, 


Louisiana, 


Public Law 89-241.) 






Keogh, 


Smathers, 












Byrnes of 


Williams of 












Wisconsin, 


Delaware, and 












Curtis, 


Bennett. 












and Utt. 


{Senate asks.) 












{House ads first.) 











13 



BILLS THROUGH (X)NKKRKN(^K 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
filed 


Report agreed to 










in — 


Dfttc 


Brief of title 










Con- 


Asked 












fer- 


Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 

No. 


House 


Senate 


enoe. 


to 












1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


S. 1588 


Transportation, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 16 


Sept. 17 


Sept. 20 


Sept. 7 


high-speed 


Harris, 


Magnuson, 


1017 






Sept. 14 


ground, research 


Staggers, 


Pastore, 










on. 


Friedel, 


Lausche, 


(Senate recedes from its dis- 






Jarman, 


Hartke, 


agreement to the amendment of 






Pickle, 


Morton, and 


the House of Representatives 






Ronan, 


Scott. 


to the title of the bill and agrees 






Williams, 


(Senate asks.) 


to same Sept. SO, 1965.) 






Springer, 




1 1 






Devine, 




(Approved Sept. SO, 1965; 






Cunningham, 




Public Law 89-220.) 






and Watson. 














(House acts first.) 










S. 4 


Federal Water 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 17 


Sept. 21 


Sept. 21 


July 28 


Pollution Control 


FaUon, 


Muskie, 


1022 






July 29 


Act, research and 


Blatnik, 


Randolph, 










development. 


Jones of 


Moss, 


(Approved Oct. 2, 1966; 






Alabama, 


Boggs, and 


Public Law 89-234-) 






Cramer, and 


Pearson. 












Baldwin. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 10323 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 16 


Sept. 17 


Sept. 21 


Aug. 20 


Military Con- 


Sikes, 


Stennis, 


1018 






Aug. 31 


struction, 1966. 


McFall, 


Russell of 












Patten, 


Georgia, 


(Approved Sept. 25, 1965; 






Long of 


Bible, 


Public Law 89-i 


02.) 






Maryland, 


EUender, 












Mahon, 


Byrd of 












Cederberg, 


Virginia, 












Jonas, and 


Kuchel, 












Bow. 


Saltonstall, and 












(House acts first.) 


Hruska. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 9221 


Department of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 15 


Sept. 17 


Sept. 21 


Aug. 25 


Defense Appro- 


Mahon, 


Stennis, 


1006 






Aug. 30 


priation Act, 


Sikes, 


Russell of 










1966. 


Whitten, 


Georgia, 


(Approved Sept. 29, 1965; 






Flood, 


Hayden, 


Public Law 89-213.) 






Thomas, 


Hill, 












McFall, 


McCleUan, 












Lipscomb, 


Ellender, 












Laird, 


Byrd of 












Minshall, and 


Virginia, 












Bow. 


Saltonstall, 












(House acts first.) 


Young of 

North Dakota, 
and Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 8715 


Red Cross, Inter- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. :'6 


Sept. 17 


Sept. 21 


Sept. 14 


national Com- 


Fascell, 


Church, 


1016 






Sept. 15 


mittee of, con- 


Fraser, and 


Clark, and 










tribution to. 


Gross. 


Case. 


(Approved Oct. 1, 1966; 








(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 


Publi 


c Law 89-i 


30.) 



14 



BILLS THEOUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 



Con- 
fer- 
ence 



Date 



Asked 

Agreed 

to 



Brief of title 



Conferees 



House 



Senate 



Report 
filed 



Report 

No. 



Report agreed to 
in— 



House 



Senate 



1965 

H.R. 8283 

Aug. 19 

Aug. 31 



Economic Oppor- 
tunity Amend- 
ments of 1965. 



H.R. 728 
Aug. 26 
Aug. 31 



H.R. 2580 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 29 



Vessels, exchange 
provisions, ex- 
tend. 



Immigration and 
Nationality 
Act, quota. 



H.R. 10871 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 28 



H.R. 9042 

Sept. 30 

Oct. 1 



Appropriations, 
foreign assistance 
and related 
agencies, 1966. 



Automotive 

Products Trade 
Act of 1965. 



Messrs. 

Powell, 

Brademas, 

Carey, 

Hawkins, 

Gibbons, 

William D. Ford, 

Quie, 

Goodell, and 

Bell. 
{House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Garmatz, 

Ashley, 

Downing, 

Mailliard, and 

Pelly. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Celler, 

Feighan, 

Chelf, 

Rodino, 

Donohue, 

Brooks, 

McCuUoch, 

Moore, and 

Cahill. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Passman, 

Rooney of New 
York, 

Natcher, 

Mrs. Hansen of 
Washington, 

Messrs. 

Cohelan, 

Long of Mary- 
land, 

Mahon, 

Shriver, 

Conte, 

Andrews of 

North Dakota, 

and Bow. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Mills, 

King of 
California, 

Boggs, 

Keogh, 

Byrnes of 
Wisconsin, 

Curtis, and 

Utt. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

McNamara, 

Morse, 

Yarborough, 

Nelson, 

Javits, and 

Prouty. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 
Magnuson, 
Bartlett, 
Brewster, 
Prouty, and 
Dominick. 

(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Eastland, 

McClellan, 

Ervin, 

Kennedy of 
Massachusetts, 

Hart, 

Dirksen, 

Fong, and 

Javits. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Pastore, 

Hayden, 

Russell of 
Georgia, 

Ellender, 

Magnuson, 

HoUand, 

Saltonstall, 

Young of 

North Dakota, 

and Mundt. 
(Senate asks.) 



1965 

Sept. 14 

1001 



Sept. 22 
1061 



1965 

(Recom- 
miiied 
with in- 
structions 
Sept. 16, 
1965.) 

Sept. 23 



1965 



Sept. 24 



(A-pproved Oct. 9, 1965; 
Public Law 89-253.) 



Sept. 23 
1085 



Sept. 24 



Sept. 28 



(Approved Oct. 10, 1965; 
Public Law 89-S54.) 



Sept. 29 
1101 



Sept. 30 



Sept. 30 



(Approved Oct. 3, 1965; 
Public Law 89-236.) 



Messrs. 
Byrd of 

Virginia, 
Long of 

Louisiana, 
Smathers, 
Wilhams of 
Delaware, and 
Carlson. 
(Senate asks.) 



Sept. 30 
1103 



Oct. 1 



Oct. 5 



(Approved Oct. 20, 1965; 
PxMic Law 89-273.) 



Oct. 1 
1115 



Oct. 8 



Oct. 5 



(Approved Oct. 21, 1965; 
Public Law 89-283.) 



15 



BILLS TIIROTIGTI CONFERENCK 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
fifed 


Report agreed to 










in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Reoort 


House 


Senate 


once j to 












1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 9S11 


Agriculture, Food 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 6 


Oct. 8 


Oct. 12 


Sept. 14 


and .VKriculture 


Cooley, 


EUender, 


1123 






Sept. 20 


Act of 1965. 


Poage, 


Holland, 












Abbitt, 


Eastland, 


(Approved Nov. 3, 1066; 






Hagen of 


Talmadgc, 


Public Law 89-321.) 






California, 


Aiken, 












Stubblefield, 


Young of North 












Purcell, 


Dakota, and 












Dague, 


Cooper. 












Belcher, and 


(Senate asks.) 












Teague of 














California. 














{House acts first.) 










H.R. 9220 


Public Works Ap- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 15 


Aug. 23 


propriation Act, 


Kirwan, 


EUender, 


1163 






Oct. 12 


1966. 


Fogarty, 


Hayden, 












Evins of 


Russell of 


(Approved Oct. 28, 1966; 






Tennessee, 


Georgia, 


Public Law 89-299.) 






Boland, 


McClellan, 












Whitten, 


Hill, 












Mahon, 


Magnuson, 












Rhodes of 


Holland, 












Arizona, 


Bible, 












Davis of 


McNamara, 












Wisconsin, 


Pastore, 












Robison, and 


Hruska, 












Bow. 


Young of 












(House acts first.) 


North Dakota, 
Mundt, and 
Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 








S. 2300 


Public works, con- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 19 


Sept. 23 


struction and 


Fallon, 


McNamara, 


1170 






Sept. 24 


repair, rivers 


Blatnik, 


Randolph, 










and harbors, 


Jones of 


Muskie, 


(Approved Oct. 27, 1965; 




authorize. 


Alabama, 


Gruening, 


Public Law 89-298.) 






Edmondson, 


Moss, 












Wright, 


Cooper, and 












Cramer, 


Fong. 












Baldwin, 


(Senate asks.) 












and Harsha. 














(House acts first.) 










H.R. 9567 


Education, Higher 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 20 


Sept. 2 


Education Act 


Powell, 


Morse, 


1178 






Sept. 15 


of 1965. 


Perkins, 


Hill, 












Mrs. Green of 


McNamara, 


(Approved Nov. 8, 1965; 






Oregon, 


Yarborough, 


Public Law 89-329.) 






Messrs. 


Clark, 












Brademas, 


Randolph, 












Carey, 


Kennedy of 












Dent, 


New York, 












Gibbons, 


Prouty, 












Sickles, 


Javits, and 












Ayres, 


Dominick. 












Griffin, 


(Senate asks.) 












Quie, and 














Reid of 














New York. 














(House acts first.) 











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BILLS THROUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 8370 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 21 


July 13 


Agriculture and 


Whitten, 


Holland, 


1186 






Aug. 9 


related agencies. 


Natcher, 


Russell of 










1966. 


Hull, 


Georgia, 


{Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






Morris, 


Hayden, 


Public Law 89-316.) 






Mahon, 


Ellender, 












Michel, 


Young of North 












Langen, and 


Dakota, and 












Bow. 


Mundt. 












{House acts first.) 


{Senate asks.) 








S. 2118 


Vessels, ship mort- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 8 


gage bonds. 


Garmatz, 


Magnuson, 


1185 






Oct. 11 


validate. 


Ashley, 


Bartlett, and 












Downing, 


Prouty. 


{Approved Nov. 8, 1965; 






MaiUiard, 


{Senate asks.) 


Public Law 89-346.) 






and Pelly. 














{House acts first.) 










H.R. 11135 


Agriculture, Sugar 


Messrs. 


■ Messrs. 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 20 


Act Amendments 


Cooley, 


Byrd of Virginia, 


1209 






Oct. 20 


of 1965. 


Poage, 


Long of 












Abernethy, 


Louisiana, 


{Approved Nov. 8, 1965; 






Purcell, 


Smathers, 


Public Law 89-331.) 






Morrison, 


Williams of 












Matsunaga, 


Delaware, 












Dague, 


and Bennett. 












Belcher, and 


{Senate asks.) 












Teague of 














California. 














{House acts first.) 










H.R. 11588 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 20 


Supplemental 


Mahon, 


Pastore, 


1198 






Oct. 20 


Appropriations 


Kirwan, 


Holland, 










Act, 1966. 


Whitten, 


Hayden, 


{Approved Oct. 31, 1965; 






Rooney of 


Russell of Georgia, 


Public Law 89-309.) 






New York, 


Ellender, 












Fogarty, 


Hill, 












Evins of 


McClellan, 












Tennessee, 


Robertson, 












Bow, 


Magnuson, 












Jonas, and 


Stennis, 












Laird. 


Byrd of West 












{House acts first.) 


Virginia, 
Monroney, 
Young of 

North Dakota, 
Saltonstall, 
Mundt, 
Mrs. Smith, 
Messrs. 
Kuchel, and 
Hruska. 
{Senate asks.) 








H.R. 168 


Veterans, service 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


{Senate disagrees to House 


Oct. 20 


connected, in- 


Teague of Texas, 


Byrd of Virginia, 


amendments to Senate amend- 


Oct. 21 


crease compensa- 


Dorn, Haley, 


Long of Louisiana, 


ments Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 




tion for dis- 


Adair, and 


Smathers, 


and 12. Senate insists on its 




ability. 


Ayres. 


Williams of 


amendments Nos. 5 through 






{House acts first.) 


Delaware, and 
Carlson. 
{Senate asks.) 


12 Oct. 20, 1965.) 
{House disagrees to Senate 
amendments Oct. '21, 1965). 










Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 










1201 














{Approved Oct. 31, 1965; 










Piibli 


c Law S9-? 


ni.) 



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Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
filed 


Report agreed to 










in- - 


Date 


Mriof of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 












1965 








1965 


1965 


1965 


H.R. 8310 


Vocational Re- 


Mr. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 7 


habilitation Act 


Powell, 


Hill, 


1204 






Oct. 15 


Amendments of 


Mrs. Green of 


Yarborough, 










1965. 


Oregon, 


Williams of 


(Approved Nov. 8, 1966: 






Messrs. 


New Jersey, 


Public Law 89-333.) 






Brademas, 


Pell, 












Sickles, 


Kennedy of 












Gibbons, 


Massachusetts, 












Carey, 


Javits, and 












Perkins, 


Murphy. 












Daniels, 


(Senate acts first.) 












Ayres, 














Quie, 














Griffin, 














Reid of 














New York. 














{House asks.) 










H.R. 9047 


Zinc, disposal 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 18 


from stockpile. 


Rivers of South 


Symington, 


1202 






Oct. 19 


■ 


Carolina, 


Cannon, 












Philbin, 


Young of Ohio, 


(Approved Nov. 4, 1965; 






Bennett, 


Inouye, 


Public Law 89-322.) 






Arends, and 


Miller, and 












Gubser. 


Tower. 












(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 10305 


Nickel, disposal 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 18 


from stockpile. 


Rivers of 


Symington, 


1203 






Oct. 19 




South Carolina, 


Cannon, 












Philbin, 


Young of Ohio, 


(Approved Nov. 6, 1966; 






Bennett, 


Inouye, 


Public Law 89-323.) 






Arends, and 


Miller, and 












Gubser. 


Tower. 












(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 7812 


Vessels, naval, loan 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 22 


Sept. 27 


to Italy and 


Rivers of 


Russell of 


1208 






Oct. 15 


Spain. 


South Carolina, 


Georgia, 












Philbin, 


Byrd of Virginia, 


(Approved Nov. 6, 1966; 






Price, 


Stennis, 


Public Law 89-32/,.) 






Fisher, 


Symington, 












Bates, 


Saltonstall, and 












and Arends. 


Mrs. Smith. 












(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








S. 619 


Samuelli, N. I 




Messrs. 
Dodd, 


(Senate re 


auests retur 


n Oct. 21. 


Oct. 20 






1966. Returned by House 








Kennedy of 


Oct. 21, 1966. Senate agrees 








Massachusetts, 


to the House amendment 








and Javits. 


with an amendment Oct. 22, 








(Senate asks.) 


1966.) 
(House agrees to the Senate 
amendment to the House 
amendment Oct. 22, 1965.) 

1 1 
(Approved Nov. 7, 1966; 










Priva 


te Law 89-i 


203.) 



65-038 O — 89 — House Business Cal- 



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Bill No. 

Date 
CoD-1 Asked 
fer- [ Agreed 
ence J to 



1966 

H.R. 12889 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 9 



H.R. 12752 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 10 



H.R. 12169 
Mar. 14 
Mar. 14 



1404 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 25 



H.R. 6845 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 25 



H.R. 14012 
Apr. 27 
May 3 



Brief of title 



Armed Forces, pro- 
curement of air- 
craft, missiles, 
naval vessels, 
and tracked 
combat vehicles, 
research, military 
construction, 
appropriation 
authorization, 
supplemental, 
1966. 



Taxes, Tax Ad- 
justment Act of 
1966. 



Supplemental For- 
eign Assistance 
Authorization, 
1966, 



Daylight saving 
time, establish 
uniform dates. 



Armed Forces, 
teachers over- 
seas, compensa- 
tion of. 



Appropriations. _ 
Second Supple- 
mental Appro- 
priations Act, 
1966. 



Conferees 



House 



Messrs. Rivers of 
South Carolina, 
Philbin, and 
Bates. 

{House acts first.) 



Messrs. Mills, 

King 

of California, 

Boggs, 

Keogh, 

Byrnes, 

Curtis, and 

Utt. 
{House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Morgan, 

Zablocki, 

Mrs. Kelly, 

Hays, 

Mrs. Bolton, 

Frelinghuysen, 
and 

Broomfield. 
{House asks.) 



Messrs. Staggers, 

Rogers of Texas, 

Friedel, 

Springer, and 

Younger. 
{House asks.) 



Messrs. Murray, 

Morrison, 

Udall, 

Broyhill of 

North Carolina 

and Gross. 
{House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Mahon, 

Kirwan, 

Passman, 

Evins, 

Denton, 

Steed, Bow, 

Jonas, and 

Laird. 
{House acts first.) 



Senate 



Messrs. 
Russell of 
Georgia, 
Stennis, 
Symington, 
Saltonstall, and 
Mrs. Smith. 

{Senate asks.) 



Messrs. Long of 
Louisiana, 
Smathers, 
Anderson, 
Williams of 
Delaware, and 
Carlson. 

{Senate asks.) 



Messrs. Sparkman 
and 
Hickenlooper. 
{Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Magnuson, 
McGee, and 
Cotton. 

{Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Monroney, 
Yarborough, 
Randolph, 
Carlson, and 
Fong. 

{Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Pastore, 
Holland, 
Hayden, 
Russell of 

Georgia, 
Ellender, 
Hill, 
Young of 

North Dakota, 
Saltonstall, 

and Mundt. 
{Senate asks.) 



Report 
filed 



Report 

No. 



1966 

Mar. 10 

1312 



Report agreed to 
in — 



House Senate 



1966 
Mar. 10 



1966 
Mar. 10 



{Approved Mar. IB, 1966; 
Public Law 89-367.) 



Mar. 14 
1323 



Mar. 15 



Mar. 15 



{Approved Mar. 15, 1966; 
Public Law 89-368.) 



Mar. 15 
1328 



Mar. 16 



Mar. 15 



{Approved Mar. 18, 1966; 
Public Law 89-371.) 



Mar. 29 
1385 



Mar. 30 



Mar. 29 



{Approved Apr. IS, 1966; 
Public Law 89-387.) 



Mar. 24 
1347 



Mar 31 



Mar. 29 



{Approved Apr. H, 1966; 
Public Law 89-391.) 



May 5 
1476 



May 10 



May 10 



{Approved May 13j 1966; 
Public Law 89-426.) 



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Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in — 


Date 


Hriof of title 










Con- 


Asked 












fer- 


Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 
No. 


House 


Senate 


ence. 


to 












1966 








1966 


1966 


1966 


S. 265 


Utah, lands, Great 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


May 18 


May 19 


May 19 


Apr. 7 


Salt Lake, con- 


Aspinall, 


Jackson, 


1540 






Apr. 18 


firm title. 


Baring, 


Anderson, 












King of Utah, 


Church, 


(Approved June 3, 1966; 






Saylor, and 


Moss, 


Public Law 89-441.) 






Burton of Utah. 


Kuchel, 












(House acts first.) 


and AUott. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 14215 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


May 17 


May 18 


May 19 


May 12 


Department of 


Denton, 


Hay den. 


1538 






May 16 


the Interior and 


Kirwan, 


Russell of 










Related Agencies 


Mrs. Hansen, 


Georgia, 


(Approved May 31, 1966; 




Appropriation 


Messrs. Marsh, 


McClellan, 


Public Law 89-436.) 




Act, 1967. 


Mahon, 
Reifel, 

McDade, and 
Bow. 
(House acts first.) 


Bible, 
Byrd of 

West Virginia, 
Mundt, and 
Young of 

North Dakota. 
(/Senate asks.) 








S. 944 


National Oceano- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


May 24 


May 26 


June 2 


Apr. 7 


graphic Council, 


Lennon, 


Magnuson, 


1548 






Apr. 19 


establish. 


Rogers 


Pastore, 












of Florida, 


Bartlett, 


(Approved June 17, 1966; 






Ashley, 


Brewster, 


Public Law 89-454) 






Downing, 


Cotton, and 












Mosher, and 


Morton. 












Pelly. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 15151 


Agriculture, crops, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 7 


June 7 


June 9 


June 1 


certain alternate, 


Cooley, 


Ellender, 


1611 






June 2 


in disaster 


Poage, 


Holland, 










areas. 


Gathings, 


Eastland, 


(Approved June 17, 1966; 






Jones of 


Talmadge, 


Public Law 89-461.) 






Missouri, 


Aiken, 












Dague, 


Young of 












Belcher, and 


North Dakota, 












Teague of 


and Cooper. 












California. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 14266 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. Steed, 


Messrs. 


June 14 


June 15 


June 15 


May 23 


Treasury, Post 


Passman, 


Robertson, 


1624 






June 13 


OflBce and 


Addabbo, 


McCleUan, 










Executive Office, 


Cohelan, Yates, 


Monroney, 


(Approved June 29 


, 1966; 




1967. 


Mahon, Conte, 


Bartlett, 


Public Law 89-J, 


74-) 






Robison, and 


Yarborough, 












Bow. 


Randolph, 












(House acts first.) 


Case, and 
Allott. 
(Senate asks.) 








S. 693 


Foreign Agents 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 16 


June 21 


June 21 


May 23 


Registration 


Celler, Tuck, 


Fulbright, 


1632 






May 24 


Act, strengthen. 


Kastenmeier, 


Sparkman, 












Pofif, and 


Mansfield, 


(Approved July 4, 1968; 






Hutchinson. 


Hickenlooper, 


Public Law 89-486.) 






(House acts first.) 


Aiken. 


1 1 










(Senate asks.) 









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Bill No. 

Date 
Con-] Asked 
far- > Agreed 
ence J to 



Brief of title 



Conferees 



House 



Senate 



Report 
filed 



Report 
No. 



Report agreed to 
in — 



House 



Senate 



1966 

H.R. 12322 

June 16 

June 16 



2950 
June 16 
June 16 



H.R. 14324 
May 24 
June 13 



H.R. 13277 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 8 



H.R. 13881 
June 23 
June 24 



H.R. 15456 
July 28 
Aug. 15 



Agriculture, Cotton 
Research and 
Promotion Act. 



Armed Forces re- 
search and pro- 
curement of air- 
craft, missiles, 
naval vessels, 
and tracked com- 
bat vehicles, 
appropriation 
authorization, 
1967. 



National Aeronau- 
tics and Space 
Administration , 
appropriation 
authorization, 
1967. 



Virgin Islands, 
legislature, 
reapportionment 
of. 



Dogs and cats, 
transportation, 
sale, and han- 
dling of, for re- 
search purposes. 



Appropriations, 
legislative 
branch, 1967. 



Messrs. 

Cooley, 

Poage, 

Gathings, 

Hagen of 
California, 

Dague, 

Belcher, and 

Teague of 
California. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Rivers of 

South Carolina, 

Philbin, 

Hubert, 

Price, 

Bates, 

Arends, and 

O'Konski. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs, Miller, 

Teague of Texas, 

Karth, Hechler, 

Daddario, 

Martin of 

Massachusetts, 

Fulton of Penn- 
sylvania, and 

Mosher. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. Aspinall, 

O'Brien, 

Rogers of Texas, 

Saylor, and 

Morton. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Cooley, 

Poage, 

Purcell, 

Resnick, 

Quie, 

Mrs. May, and 

Mr. Dole. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 
George W. 
Andrews, 
Steed, 
Kirwan, 
Slack, 
Flynt, 
Mahon, 
Langen, 
Reifel, and 
Bow. 
I (House acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Talmadge, 
Eastland, 
Jordan of North 

Carolina, 
Aiken, and 
Young of North 
Dakota. 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Russell of 
Georgia, 

Stennis, 

Symington, 

Jackson, 

Saltonstall, 
and 

Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Anderson, 

Symington, 

Stennis, 

Mrs. Smith, and 

Mr. Jordan of 
Idaho. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Jackson, 

Burdick, 

Allott. 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 
Magnuson, 
Monroney, 
Mrs. Neuberger, 
Messrs. Brewster, 
Cotton, and 
Scott. 

(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Monroney, 

Bartlett, 

Proxmire, 

Yarborough, 

Hayden, 

Saltonstall, 

Young of 

North Dakota, 
and 

Kuchel. 
(Senate asks.) 



1966 

June 29 

1673 



1966 
June 30 



1966 
June 28 



(Approved July 13, 1966; 
Public Law 89-602.) 



June 30 
1679 



July 12 



July 12 



(Approved July IS, 1966; 
Public Law 89-601.) 



July 20 
1748 



July 21 



July 22 



(Approved Aug. 6, 1966; 
Public Law 89-628.) 



Aug. 15 
1851 



Aug. 17 



Aug. 11 



(Approved Aug. 30, 1966; 
Public Law 89-648.) 



Aug. 11 
1848 



Aug. 16 



Aug. 17 



(Approved Aug. 24, 1966; 
Public Law 89-544.) 



Aug. 15 
1852 



Aug. 16 



Aug. 19 



(Approved Aug. 27, 1966; 
Public Law 89-646.) 



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Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










fied 


in— 


Date 


Hriof of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- [ Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 

No. 


House 


Senate 


enoej to 












1965 








1966 


1966 


1966 


8. 602 


Small Reclamation 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


June 16 


Rejected 




Sept. 16, 


Projects .\ct, 


Asp! nail, 


Jackson, 


1627 


July 21 




May 2, 1966 


scope of, 
broaden. 


Rogers of Texas, 
Johnson of 

California, 
Saylor, and 
Reinecke. 
(Hotise acts first.) 


Bible, 
Moss, 

Kuchel, and 
Allott. 
{Senate asks.) 








1966 














July 21 


do 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 17 


Aug. 22 


Aug. 18 


Aug. 11 




Aspinall, 
Rogers of Texas, 


Jackson, 
Anderson, 


1858 










Johnson of 


Moss, 


{Approved Sept. 2, 1966; 






California, 


Kuchel, and 


Public Law 89-553.) 






Saylor, and 


Allott. 












Reinecke. 


{Senate agrees further.) 












{House asks further.) 










H.R. 14921 


Independent Offices 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 17 


Aug. 18 


Aug. 24 


Aug. 10 


Appropriation 


Evins of 


Magnuson, 


1859 






Aug. 11 


Act, 1967. 


Tennessee, 


Ellender, 












Boland, 


Russell of 


{Approved Sept. 6, 1966; 






Shipley, 


Georgia, 


Public Law 89-555.) 






Giaimo, 


Holland, 












Mahon, 


Monroney, 












Jonas, 


Anderson, 












Minshall, 


AUott, 












Rhodes of 


Young of 












Arizona, and 


North Dakota, 












Bow. 


and 












{House acts first.) 


Saltonstall. 
{Senate asks.) 








S.Con.Res. 90 


Senate, printing. 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 17 


Aug. 17 


Aug. 24 


June 16 


team report on 


Hays, 


Jordan of 


1857 






Aug. 3 


recreational op- 
portunities in 
Washington, 
print hearings. 


Jones of 
Missouri, and 
Corbett. 
{House acts first.) 


North Carolina, 
Hayden, and 
Curtis. 
{Senate asks.) 








H.R. 14596 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 23 


Aug. 24 


Aug. 24 


July 15 


Department of 


Whitteu, 


Holland, 


1867 






Aug. 22 


Agriculture and 


Natcher, 


Russell of 










related agencies 


HuU, 


Georgia, 


{Approved Sept. 7, 1966; 




appropriation, 


Morris, 


Ellender, 


Public Law 89-556.) 




1967 


Mahon, 
Michel, 
Langen, and 
Bow. 
{House acts first.) 


Young of North 

Dakota, and 
Mundt. 
{Senate asks.) 








S. 3034 


Water resource 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 23 


Aug. 24 


Aug. 25 


July 27 


development 


Aspinall, 


Jackson, 


1865 






Aug. 1 


program, 


Rogers of Texas 


Anderson, 










investigations. 


O'Brien, 


Church, 


{Approved Sept. 7, 1966; 






Saylor, and 


Kuchel, and 


Public Law 89-561.) 






Hosmer. 


AUott. 


1 






(House acts first.) 


{Senate asks.) 









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Bill No. 

Date 
Con-] Asked 
fer- \ Agreed 
to 



Brief of title 



Conferees 



House 



Senate 



Report 
filed 



Report 
No. 



Report agreed to 
in — 



House 



Senate 



1966 

S. 3688 

Aug. 15 

Aug. 17 



Housing, Federal 
National Mort- 
gage Association, 
increase author- 
ity. 



3700 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 17 



Urban Mass Trans- 
portation Act of 
1966. 



S. 3105 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 17 



Armed Forces 
Military Con- 
struction 
Authorization 
Act, 1967. 



3155 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 12 



H.R. 8989 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 24 



Highways, Federal 
Aid Highway 
Act of 1966. 



Federal Metal and 
Nonmetallic 
Mine Safety 
Act. 



Messrs. 

Patman, 

Multer, 

Barrett, 

Mrs. Sullivan, 

Messrs. Reuss, 

Ashley, 

WidnaU, 

Fino, and 

Mrs. Dwyer. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Patman, 

Multer, 

Barrett, 
Mrs. Sullivan, 
Messrs. Reuss, 

Ashley, 

WidnaU, 

Fino, and 

Mrs. Dwyer. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Rivers of 

South Carolina, 

Philbin, 

Hebert, 

Price, 

Fisher, 

Hardy, Jr., 

Bates, 

Arends, 

O'Konski, and 

Bray. 
(House acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Fallon, 

Kluczynski, 

Blatnik, 

Jones of 

Alabama, and 

Clark. 
(House asks.) 



Messrs. 
Powell, 
Holland, 
Dent, 
Pucinski, 
Daniels, 
O'Hara of 

Michigan, 
Ayres, 
Quie, and 
Ashbrook. 

(House asks.) 



Messrs. 

Sparkman, 

Douglas, 

Proxmire, 

Williams of 
New Jersey, 

Muskie, 

Long of Missouri, 

Mclntyre, 

Tower, 

Bennett, and 

Hickenlooper, 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Sparkman, 

Douglas, 

Proxmire, 

Williams of 
New Jersey, 

Muskie, 

Long of Missouri, 

Mclntyre, 

Tower, 

Bennett, and 

Hickenlooper. 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Jackson, 

Cannon, 

Byrd of 

West Virginia, 

Inouye, 

Thurmond, 

and Tower. 
(Senate asks.) 



Messrs. 

Randolph, 

Gruening, 

Muskie, 

Moss, 

Cooper, and 

Fong. 
(Senate acts first.) 



Messrs. 

Yarborough, 

Morse, 

Randolph, 

Pell, 

Nelson, 

Kennedy of 
New York, 

Javits, 

Prouty, and 

Fannin. 
(Senate acts first.) 



1966 

Aug. 24 

1868 



1966 
Aug. 26 



1966 
Aug. 25 



(Approved Sept. 10, 1966; 
Public Law 89-566.) 



Aug. 24 
1869 



Aug. 26 



Aug. 25 



(Approved Sept. 8, 1966; 
Public Law 89-562.) 



Aug. 2'k 
1887 



Aug. 25 



Aug. 29 



(Approved Sept. 12, 1966; 
Public Law 89-668.) 



Aug. 29 
1903 



Aug. 31 



Aug. 30 



(Approved Sept. 13, 1966; 
Public Law 89-574.) 



Aug. 30 
1921 



Aug. 31 



Aug. 31 



(Approved Sept. 16, 1966; 
Public Law 89-677.) 



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No. 


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1966 


1966 


1966 


S. 3005 


Traffic Safety Act 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 30 
1919 


Aug. 31 


Aug. 31 


Aug. 18 
Aug. 24 


of 1966. 


Staggers, 
Friedel, 


Magnuson, 
Monroncy, 










Macdonald, 


Hartkc, 


(Approved Sept. 'J, 1966: 






Moss, 


Hart, 


Public Law 89-663.) 






Dingell, 


Cotton, 












Rogers of 


and Morton. 












Florida, 


(Senate asks.) 












Springer, 














Younger, and 














Devine. 














{House ads first.) 










H.R. 46C5 


Taxes, mining ex- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 31 


Sept. 1 


Aug. 31 


Aug. 25 


ploration expend- 


Mills, 


Long of 


1925 






Aug. 25 


itures, income 


King of 


Louisiana, 










tax treatment of. 


California, 


Smathers, 


(Approved Sept. 12, 1966; 






Boggs, 


Anderson, 


Public Law 89-670.) 






Keogh, 


Williams of 












Byrnes, 


Delaware, and 












Curtis, and 


Carlson. 












Utt. 


(Senate acts first.) 












(House asks.) 










3. 3052 


Highway safety 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 30 


Aug. 31 


Sept. 1 


Aug. 19 


arogram, estab- 


Kluczynski, 


Randolph, 


1920 






Aug. 23 


ish. 


Wright, 


Gruening, 












Edmondson, 


Muskie, 


(Approved Sept. 9, 1966; 






Sweeney, 


Moss, 


Public Law 89-66/f.) 






Howard, 


Cooper, and 












Cramer, 


Fong. 












Harsha, and 


(Senate asks.) 












Clausen. 














(House acts first.) 










S. 2858 


Merchant Marine 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 18 


Aug. 18 


Sept. 1 


July 25 


Act of 1936, con- 


Garmatz, 


Magnuson, 


1861 






Aug. 4 


struction differ- 


Ashley, 


Lausche, 










ential subsidies, 


Downing, 


Bartlett, 


(Approved Sept. 19, 1966; 




extend to June 


Mailliard, and 


Brewster, 


Public Law 89-t 


}89.) 




30, 1967. 


Felly. 
(House acts first.) 


Prouty, and 
Dominick. 
(Senate asks.) 








S. 254 


Tualatin Federal 


Messrs. Aspinall, 


Messrs. 


Sept. 1 


Sept. 6 


Sept. 7 


June 1 


reclamation 


Rogers of Texas, 


Jackson, 


1932 






July 21 


project, Oregon, 


and Saylor. 


Anderson, 










construct. 


(House acts first.) 


Church, 
Kuchel, and 


(Approved Sept. 20, 1966; 
Public Law 89-596.) 








Jordan of 














Idaho. 














(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 15750 


Foreign Assistance 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 31 


Sept. 1 


Sept. 7 


July 26 


Act of 1966. 


Morgan, 


Fulbright, 


1927 






Aug. 1 




Zablocki, 


Sparkman, 












Mrs. Kelly, 


Mansfield, 


(Approved Sept. 19, 1966; 






Messrs. 


Morse, 


Public Law 89-t 


■83.) 






Hays, 


Gore, 












Adair, 


Hickenlooper, 












Mailliard, and 


Aiken, and 












Frelinghuysen. 


Carlson. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 









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1966 


1966 


1966 


S.Con.Res. 77 


Senate, printing, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 25 


Sept. 8 


Sept. 12 


June 16 


supplemental 


Hays, 


Jordan of North 


1888 






Aug. 3 


foreign assistance 
for Vietnam, 
1966, hearings. 


Jones of 

Missouri, and 
Corbett. 
(House acts first.) 


Carolina, 
Hayden, and 
Curtis. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 13712 


Fair Labor Stand- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 6 


Sept. 7 


Sept. 14 


Aug. 26 


ards Amend- 


Powell, 


Morse, 


2004 






Aug. 30 


ments of 1966. 


Holland, 


Yarborough, 












O'Hara of 


Randolph, 


(Approved Sept. 23 


, 1966; 






Michigan, 


Pell, 


Public Law 89-601.) 






Dent, 


Nelson, 












Pucinski, 


Kennedy of 












Daniels, 


New York, 












Ayres, 


Williams of 












Bell, and 


New Jersey, 












Goodell. 


Javits, 












(House acts first.) 


Prouty, 
Fannin, 

and 
Griffin. 
(Senate asks.) 








S. 2393 


Federal employees. 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 20 


Sept. 21 


Sept. 22 


Aug. 31 


supergrades, 


Dulski, 


Monroney, 


2047 






Sept. 6 


additional. 


Henderson, and 


Yarborough, 








Gross. 


Randolph, 


(Approved Oct. 8, 1966; 






(House acts first.) 


Carlson, and 


Public Law 89-632.) 








Fong. 














(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 14088 


Armed Forces 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 21 


Sept. 28 


Sept. 28 


Aug. 11 


health benefits 


Rivers of 


Symington, 


2064 






Aug. 15 


program for re- 


South Carolina, 


Russell of 










tired members. 


Hebert, 


Georgia, 


(Approved Sept. .JO, 1966; 




authorize im- 


Hardy, Jr., 


Cannon, 


Public Law 89-614.) 




proved. 


Bates, and 
Bray. 
(House acts first.) 


Young of Ohio, 
Mrs. Smith, and 
Mr. Tower. 
Senate asks.) 








H.R. 11487 


District of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 27 


Sept. 29 


Sept. 28 


June 2 


Columbia, 


Whitener, 


Bible, 


2089 






June 15 


District of 


McMillan, 


Mclntyre, 










Columbia 


Dowdy, 


Tydings, and 


(Approved Sept. JO, 1966; 




Revemie Act 


Fuqua, 


Prouty. 


Public Law 89-f 


UO.) 




of 1965. 


Nelsen, 
Harsha, and 
Broyhill of 
Virginia. 
(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 16559 


National Sea 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 29, 


Oct. 4 


Sept. 30 


Sept. 20 


Grant College 


Lennon, 


Pell, 


2156 






Sept. 22 


and Program 


Rogers of 


Morse, 










Act. 


Florida, 


Kennedy of 


(Approved Oct. 15, 1966; 






Gilbert, 


Massachusetts, 


Public Law 89-688.) 






Mosher, and 


Nelson, 












Pelly. 


Javits, 












(House asks.) 


Murphy, and 
Fong. 
(Senate acts first.) 









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1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 8126 


District of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 3 


Oct. 4 


Oct. 4 


Jan. 20 


Columbia, 


Multer, 


Bible, 


2175 






Feb. 7 


Minimum Wage 


.\berncthy, 


Morse, 










Amendments 


Smith of Virginia, 


Mclntyre, 


(Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 




Act of 1965. 


Springer, aiui 
Nelsen. 


Kennedy of 


Public Law 89-684.) 






New York, 












(House acts first.) 


Tydings, 
Prouty, and 
Dominick. 
(Senate asks.) 








S. 3467 


School Lunch Act, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 21 


Oct. 5 


Oct. 6 


Sept. 13 


national, 


Coolcy, 


Ellender, 


2063 






Sept. 14 


expand. 


Poage, 


Holland, 












Gathings, 


Talmadge, 


(Approved Oct. 11, 1966; 






Hagen of 


Jordan of North 


Public Law 89-642.) 






California, 


Carolina, 












Purcell, 


McGovern, 












Belcher, 


Aiken, 












Quie, and 


Young of North 












Mrs. May. 


Dakota, and 












(House acts first.) 


Cooper. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 17788 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 6 


Oct. 7 


Oct. 7 


Oct. 5 


foreign 


Passman, 


Pas tore, 


2203 






Oct. 6 


assistance 


Rooney of 


Russell of 










and related 


New York, 


Georgia, 


(Approved Oct. 15, 1966; 




agencies, 1967. 


Natcher, 


EUender, 


Public Law 89-691.) 






Mrs. Hansen, 


McClellan, 












Messrs. 


HoUand, 












Cohelan, 


Monroney, 












Long of 


SaltonstaU, 












Maryland, 


Mrs. Smith, and 












Mahon, 


Mr. Kuchel. 












Shriver, 


(Senate asks.) 












Conte, 














Andrews of 














North Dakota, 














and 














Bow. 














(House acts first.) 










S. 1310 


Smithsonian Insti- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 4 


Oct. 5 


Oct. 11 


Sept. 1 


tution service in- 


Jones of 


Pell, 


2176 






Sept. 14 


creased to other 


Missouri, 


Byrd of West 










museums. 


Thompson of 


Virginia, and 


(Approved Oct. 15, 1966; 






New Jersey, 


Cooper. 


Public Law 89-674.) 






and Corbett. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 










H.R. 15941 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Aug. 24 


Aug. 25 


Rejected 


Aug. 18 


Defense, 1967. 


Mahon, 


Russell of 


1886 




Sept. 29 


Aug. 22 




Sikes, 
Whitten, 
George W. 
Andrews, 
Flood, 
Lipscomb, 
Laird, 

Minshall, and 
Bow. 
(House acts first.) 


Georgia, 
Hill, 

McCleUan, 
EUender, 
Stennis, 
Symington, 
Saltonstall, 
Young of 

North Dakota, 
and Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 








Oct. G 


do 


do 


do 


Oct. 10 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 6 




(House asks further.) 


(Senate agrees 
further.) 


2215 














(Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 










Pubb 


c Law 89-6 


'87.) 



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1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 17787 


Public Works 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 10 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 12 


Oct. 7 


Appropriation, 


Kirwan, 


Ellender, 


2216 






Oct. 10 


Act, 1967. 


Fogarty, 


Russell of 












Evins, 


Georgia, 


{Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 






Boland, 


McClellan, 


Public Law 89-689.) 






Whitten, 


Hill, 












Casey, 


Magnuson, 












Mahon, 


Holland, 












Rhodes of 


Stennis, 












Arizona, 


Bible, 












Davis of 


Pastore, 












■ Wisconsin, 


Randolph, 












Robison, 


Hruska, 












and 


Young of 












Bow. 


North Dakota. 












(House acts first.) 


Mundt, and 
Mrs. Smith. 
{Senate asks.) 








H.R. 3314 


District of Colum- 


Messrs. Whitener, 


Messrs. 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 12 


Oct. 12 


Feb. 16 


bia, premarital 


Williams, 


Morse, 


2228 






Feb. 28 


examinations, 


Horton, and 


Kennedy of 










require. 


Roudebush. 


New York, 


{Approved Oct. 15, 1966; 






{House asks.) 


and 


Public Law 89-682.) 








Prouty. 














{Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 10304 


District of Colum- 


Messrs. Multer, 


Messrs. 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 12 


Feb. 16 


bia, children, 


Abernethy, 


Morse, 


2230 






Feb. 28 


abuse, report 


Smith of 


Kennedy of 










by physicians 


Virginia, 


New York, 


{Approved Nov. 6, 1966; 




and institutions. 


Springer, and 


and 


Public Law 89-775.) 






Nelsen. 


Prouty. 












{House asks.) 


{Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 9985 


District of Colum- 


Messrs. Abernethy, 


Messrs. 


Oct. U 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 12 


Feb. 16 


bia, firearms, 


Multer, and 


Morse, 


2229 






Feb. 28 


physicians' and 


Harsha. 


Kennedy of 










lospitals' report 


{House asks.) 


New York, 


{Approved Nov. 6, 1966; 




of injuries 




and 


Public Law 89-776.) 




caused by. 




Prouty. 
{Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 13448 


Armed Forces, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 12 


Aug. 24 


Armed Forces 


Morrison, 


Monroney, 


2226 






Aug. 31 


and Federal 


Dulski, and 


Randolph, 










Government per- 


Corbett. 


Yarborough, 


{Approved Nov. 2, 1966: 




sonnel overseas, 


{House asks.) 


Carlson, and 


Public Law 89-725.) 




mailing privi- 




Fong. 










leges. 




{Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 9424 


Fish and Wildlife, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 6 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 7 


Sept. 19 


conservation 


Dingell, 


Bartlett, 


2205 






Sept. 26 


and protection of. 


Lennon, 


Bass, and 












Hagen of 


Dominick. 


{Approved Oct. 15, 1966; 






California, 


{Senate acts first.) 


Public Law 89-669.) 






Felly, and 














Morton of 














Maryland. 














(House asks.) 











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1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 15963 


Transportation, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 12 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 4 


Depart inont of, 


Holifield, 


McCk'Uan, 


2236 






Oct. ;■) 


establish. 


Brooks, 


Jackson, 












Hardy, 


Rihicoff, 


(Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 






Reuss, 


Harris, 


Public Law 89-670.) 






Erlenborn, and 


Miindt, 












Brown of 


Curtis, 












Ohio. 


(Senate acts first.) 












(House asks.) 










S. 3158 


Banks, Financial 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 11 


Oct. 12 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 6 


Institutions 


Patman, 


Robertson, 


2232 






Oct. 10 


Supervisory Act 


Multer, 


Sparkman, 










of 1966. 


Barrett, 


Douglas, 


(Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 






Mrs. Sullivan 


Proximire, 


Public Law 89-696.) 






Messrs. 


Williams of 












Reuss, 


New Jersey, 












Ashley, 


Muskie, 












Widnall, 


Long of Missouri, 












Halpcrn, and 


Bennett, 












Harvey of 


Tower, and 












Michigan. 


Thurmond. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








S. 3112 


Clean Air Act, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 12 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 6 


authorize. 


Staggers, 


Randolph, 


2256 






Oct. 11 




Jarman, 


Muskie, 












O'Brien, 


Moss, 


(Approved Oct. 16, 1966; 






Rogers of Florida, 


Harris, 


Public Law 89-675.) 






Springer, and 


Boggs, and 












Nelsen. 


Murphy. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 17637 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 10 


military con- 


Sikes, 


Stennis, 


2275 






Oct. 11 


struction appro- 


McFall, 


Proxmire, 










priation bill, 


Patten, 


Yarborough, 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 




1967. 


Long of 


Symington, 


Public Law 89-744-) 






Maryland, 


(ex oiBcio), 












Mahon, 


Saltonstall, and 












Cederberg, 


Hruska. 












Jonas, and 


(Senate asks.) 












Bow. 














(House acts first.) 










S. 2947 


Water pollution 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 15 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 17 


Sept. 30 


Federal Water 


FaUon, 


Randolph, 


2289 






Oct. 3 


Pollution Con- 


Blatnik, 


Muskie, 










trol Act, pro- 


Jones of 


Moss, 


(Approved Nov. 3, 1966; 




grams, improve, 


Alabama, 


Harris, 


Public Law 89-753.) 




grants. 


Kluczynski, 
Wright, 
Cramer, 
Harsha, and 
Kunkel. 
(House asks.) 


Boggs, and 
Murphy. 
(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 15857 


District of 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 14 


Sept. 28 


Columbia, police. 


McMillan, 


Bible, 


2276 






Sept. 28 


firemen, and 


Whitener, 


Mclntyre, 










teachers, salary 


Dowdy, 


Tydings, and 


(Approved Nov. 13, 1966; 




increase. 


Nelsen, 


Prouty. 


Public Law 89-810.) 






Horton, and 


(Senate acts first.) 












Broyhill of 














Virginia. 














(House asks.) 











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1966 


1966 


1966 


S. 2102 


Seals, fur, protect. _ 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 5 




Lennon, 


Bartlett, 


2274 






Oct. 6 




Hagen of 


Magnuson, and 












CaUfornia, 


Prouty. 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






Downing, 


(Senate asks.) 


Public Law 89-702.) 






Pelly, and 














Keith. 














{House acts first.) 










1965 














H.R. 5688 


District of Colum- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 17 


Sept. 14 


bia, crime and 


McMillan, 


Bible, 


2295 






Sept. 22 


criminal proce- 


Whitener, 


Morse, 










dure in. 


Williams, 


Mclntyre, 


(Pocket vetoed 






Fuqua, 


Kennedy of 


Nov. 13, 1966.) 






Hagan of Georgia 


New York, 












Nelsen, 


Tydings, 












Harsha, 


Prouty, and 












Roudebush, and 


Dominick. 












Broyhill of Virginia. 


(Senate acts first.) 












(House asks.) 










1966 














H.R. 10327 


Cruises, passage 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 13 


money returned 


Lennon, 


Bartlett, 


2285 






Oct. 13 


by abandonment 


Downing, 


Magnuson, and 










or cancellation 


Rogers of 


Dominick. 


(Approved Nov. 6, 1966; 




of. 


Florida, 


(Senate ads first.) 


Public Law 89-777.) 






Mailliard, and 














Pelly. 














(House asks.) 










S. 2720 


Fish, protein 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 5 


concentrate, 


Lennon, 


Magnuson, 


2290 






Oct. 6 


develop 


Hagen of 


Bartlett, and 










production. 


California, 


Prouty. 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






Downing, 


(Senate asks.) 


Public Law 89-701.) 






Pelly, and 














Keith. 














(House acts first.) 










H.R. 13935 


Massachusetts bus 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 19 


June 21 


taxation agree- 


Celler, 


Eastland, 


2321 






June 24 


ment. 


WUlis, 


McCleUan, 












Tenzer, 


Ervin, 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






McCulloch, and 


Dirksen, and 


Public Law 89-727.) 






Pofif. 


Hruska. 












(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 17636 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 12 


District of 


Natcher, 


Byrd of West 


2292 






Oct. 14 


Columbia appro- 


Giaimo, 


Virginia, 










priation bill, 


Smith of 


Bartlett, 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 




1967. 


Iowa, 


Proxmire, 


Public Law 89-743.) 






McFall, 


Mclntyre, 












Mahon, 


Case, 












Davis of 


Cotton, and 












Wisconsin, 


Saltonstall. 












McDade, and 


(Senate asks.) 












Bow. 














(House acts first.) 











20 



BILLS TIIUOIKJH ('()NFKRKN(U<: 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










filed 


in- - 


Date 


Hrief of title 










Con-] .\sko(i 












for- Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 












1966 








1966 


1966 


1966 


S. 3708 


Demonstration 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 14 


Cities and 


Patman, 


Sparkman, 


2301 






Oct. 17 


Metropolitan 


Multer, 


Douglas, 










Development 


Barrett, 


Proxmire, 


{Approved Nov. 3, 1966; 




Act of 1966. 


Mrs. Sullivan, 


Williams of 


Public Law 89-764.) 






Messrs. 


New Jersey, 












Reuss, 


Muskie, 












Ashley, 


Long of 

Missouri, 












Widnall, 












Fino, and 


Mclntyre, 












Mrs. Dwyer. 


Tower, 












{House asks.) 


Bennett, and 

Hickenlooper. 

{Senate acts Jirsl.) 








S. 985 


Packaging, unfair 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 6 


and deceptive, 


Staggers, 


Magnuson, 


2286 






Oct. 12 


prohibit. 


Friedel, 


Pastore, 












Macdonald, 


Hart, 


{Approved Nov. 3, 1966; 






Jarman, 


Cannon, 


Public Law 89-766.) 






Springer, and 


Cotton, and 












Younger. 


Morton. 












{House acts first.) 


{Senate asks.) 








H.R. 15111 


Economic Oppor- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 5 


tunity Amend- 


PoweU, 


Clark, 


2298 






Oct. 5 


ments of 1966. 


Perkins, 


Randolph, 












Mrs. Green, 


PeU, 


{Approved Nov. 8, 1966; 






Thompson of 


Kennedy of 


Public Law 89-794.) 






New Jersev, 


Massachusetts, 












Dent, 


Kennedy of 












Gibbons, 


New York, 












Ayres, 


Nelson, 












Quie, and 


Javits, 












Goodell. 


Prouty, and 












{House asks.) 


Murphy. 
{Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 11555 


Chamizal boundary 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 12 


dispute. United 


Kluczynski, 


FuUbright, 


2322 






Oct. 12 


States and 


Wright, and 


Sparkman, and 










Mexico, settle- 


Cramer. 


Carlson. 


{Approved Nov. 8, 1966; 




ment, provide 


{House asks.) 


{Senate ads first.) 


Public Law 89-796.) 




border highway. 












H.R. 13161 


Education, Ele- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 7 


mentary, and 


Powell, 


Morse, 


2309 






Oct. 10 


Secondary Edu- 


Perkins, 


Yarborough, 










cation Amend- 


Brademas, 


Clark, 


{Approved Nov. 3, 1966; 




ments of 1966. 


Scott, 


Randolph, 


Public Law 89-760.) 






Carey, 


Kennedy of 












William D. Ford, 


New York, 












Meeds, 


Williams of 












Scheuer, 


New Jersey, 












Ayres, 


Prouty, 












Quie, 


Javits, and 












Goodell, and 


Dominick. 












Bell. 


{Senate asks.) 












{House ads first.) 











30 



BILLS THKOUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 


Report agreed to 










fied 


in — 


Date 


Brief of title 










Con-1 Asked 












fer- > Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 


House 


Senate 


ence J to 








No. 






1966 








1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 6958 


Taxes, direct fiUng 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 12 


of returns. 


Mills, 


Long of 


2317 






Oct. 13 




King of 


Louisiana, 












California, 


Smathers, 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






Boggs, 


Anderson, 


Public Law 89-713.) 






Keogh, 


Carlson, and 












Byrnes of 


Bennett. 












Wisconsin, 


(Senate acts first.) 












Curtis, and 














Utt. 














(House asks.) 










H.R. 11216 


Tariff, articles as- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 12 


sembled abroad 


MiUs, 


Long of 


2297 






Oct 13 


of U.S. products. 


King of 


Louisiana, 












California, 


Smathers, 


(Approved Nov. 10, 1966; 






Boggs, 


Anderson, 


Public Law 89-806.) 






Keogh, 


Carlson, and 












Byrnes of 


Bennett. 












Wisconsin, 


(Senate acts first.) 












Curtis, and 














Utt. 














(House asks.) 










H.R. 18119 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 14 


State, Justice, 


Rooney of 


McClellan, 


2325 






Oct. 17 


and Commerce, 


New York, 


Ellender, 










the Judiciary, 


Sikes, 


Magnuson, 


(Approved Nov. 8, 1966; 




and related 


Slack, 


Holland, 


Public Law 89-797.) 




agencies, 1967. 


Smith of 
Iowa, 
Flynt, 
Joelson, 
Mahon, 
Bow, 

Lipscomb, and 
Cederberg. 
(House acts first.) 


Pastore, 
Fulbright, 
Mrs. Smith, 
Messrs. 

Saltonstall, and 
Mundt. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 9167 


Narcotic Addict 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 12 


Rehabihtation 


Celler, 


McClellan, 


2316 






Oct. 13 


Act of 1966. 


Ashmore, 


Ervin, 












Gilbert, 


Dodd, 


(Approved Nov. 8, 1966; 






McCulloch, and 


Hruska, and 


Public Law 89-793.) 






McClory. 


Javits. 












(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 647 


District of Colum- 


Messrs. Multer, 


Messrs. 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 20 


Feb. 16 


bia, deeds of 


Abernethy, 


Mclntyre, 


2330 






Feb. 28 


trust, trustees, 


Smith of Virginia, 


Morse, 










appointment. 


Springer, and 


and 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






Nelsen. 


Dominick. 


Public Law 89-706.) 






(House asks.) 


(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 14644 


Education, Higher 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 10 


Education 


Powell, 


Morse, 


2326 






Oct. 14 


Amendments of 


Green, 


Hill, 










of 1966. 


Brademas, 


Yarborough, 


(Approved Nov. 3, 1966; 






Sickles, 


Clark, 


Public Law 89-752.) 






Gibbons, Carey, 


Randolph, 












Hathaway, 


Kennedy of 












Burton of 


New York, 












California, 


Williams of 












Ayres, Quie, 


New Jersey, 












Reid of New 


Prouty, 












York, and 


Javits, and 












Erlenborn. 


Dominick. 












(House acts first.) 


(Senate asks.) 









31 



HILLS I'lIKOUGH (^ONFKKENCE 



Bill No. 




Conferees 


Report 
filed 


Report agreed to 










in — 


Date 


Briof of title 










Con-] Asked 












fer- [ Agreed 




House 


Senate 


Report 
No. 


House 


Senate 


enoe J to 












1966 








1966 


1966 


1966 


H.R. 14929 


Agriculture, Food 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Sept. 23 
2075 


Recom- 




Aug. 31 


for Freedom Act 


Cooley, 


Ellender, 


mitted 




Sept. 8 


of 196C. 


Poage, 
Gathings, 
Hagen of 
California, 


Holland, 
Talmadge, 
Jordan of North 




with 
instruc- 
tions 








Carolina, 




Oct. 5 








Purcell, 


McGovern, 




1966 








Belcher, 


Aiken, 












Quie, and 


Young of North 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 






Mrs. May. 


Dakota, and 


2304 










(House acts first.) 


Cooper. 














(Senate asks.) 


(Approved Nov. 11, 1966; 










Publi 


c Law 89-808.) 


H.R. 17607 


Taxes, real prop- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 18 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 14 


erty, investment 


Mills, 


Long of Louisi- 


2308 






Oct. 17 


credit and 


King of 


ana, 










allowance of 


California, 


Smathers, 


(Approved Nov. 8, 1966; 




accelerated 


Boggs, 


Anderson, 


Public Law 89-800.) 




depreciation. 


Keogh, 


Williams of 










suspend. 


Byrnes of 

Wisconsin, 
Curtis, and 
Utt. 
(House acts first) 


Delaware, and 
Carlson. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 15183 


Cuban refugees, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 7 


adjust status. 


Celler, 


McClellan, 


2334 






Oct. 13 




Feighan, 


Ervin, 












Gilbert, 


Kennedy of 


(Approved Nov. 2, 1966; 






McCulloch, and 


Massachusetts, 


Public Law 89-732.) 






Moore. 


Dirksen, and 












(House asks.) 


Fong. 
(Senate acts first.) 








H.R. 14745 


Appropriations, 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Sept. 29 


Departments of 


Fogarty, 


Hill, 


2331 






Oct. 10 


Labor and 


Denton, 


Russell of 










Health, Edu- 


Flood, 


Georgia, 


(Approved Nov. 7, 1966; 




cation, and 


Matthews, 


Stennis, 


Public Law 89-787.) 




Welfare 


Duncan of 


Pastore, 










Appropriation 


Oregon, 


Byrd of 










Act of 1966. 


Farnum, 
Mahon, 
Laird, 
Michel, 
Shriver, and 
Bow. 
(House acts first.) 


West Virginia, 
Cotton, and 
Mrs. Smith. 
(Senate asks.) 








H.R. 18381 


Appropriation, sup- 


Messrs. 


Messrs. 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 21 


Oct. 22 


Oct. 20 


plemental, 1967. 


Mahon, 


Pastore, 


2333 






Oct. 20 




Whitteu, 


Holland, 












Rooney of 


Hayden, 


(Approved Oct. 27, 1966; 






New York, 


Ellender, 


Public Law 89-697.) 






Fogarty, 


Hill, 












Passman, 


Monroney, 












Boland, 


Young of 












Jonas, 


North Dakota, 












Lipscomb, and 


Saltonstall, and 












Rhodes of 


Mundt. 












Arizona. 


(Senate asks.) 












(House acts first.) 











32 



BILLS THKOUGH CONFERENCE 



Bill No. 

Date 
Con-] Asked 
fer- > Agreed 
ence J to 



Brief of title 



1966 
H.R. 13103 
Oct. 13 
Oct. 17 



Taxes, Foreign 
Investors Tax 
Act of 1966. 



Conferees 



House 



Messrs. 

Mills, 

King of 
California, 

Boggs, 

Keogh, 

Byrnes of 
Wisconsin, 

Curtis, and 

Utt. 
(House acts first) 



Senate 



Messrs. 

Long of Louisi- 
ana, 

S mat hers, 

Anderson, 

McCarthy, 

Carlson, and 

Bennett. 
(Senate asks.) 



Report 
filed 



Report 
No. 



1966 

Oct. 19 

2327 



Report agreed to 
in — 



House Senate 



1966 
Oct. 20 



1966 
Oct 



(Approved Nov. 13, 1966; 
Public Law 89-809.) 



33 



1. UNION CALENDAR 



Clause 1, rule XIII: 

"First. A calendar of the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, to which shall 
be referred bills raising revenue, general appropriation bills, and bills of a public character directly or 
indirectly appropriating money or property." 



Jan. 4. 



1965 



H. Kept. 
Jan. 12 



H. Rept. 15 
Feb. 3 



Feb. 8. 



Feb. 10- 



H. Rept. 52 
Feb. 18 



H. Rept. 106 
Feb. 25 



Mar. 2_ 



H. Rept. 129 
Mar. 2 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Patman 

Joint Committee on Defense 
Production. 



Mr. Monagan. 



Foreign Aflfairs. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of the state of the 
Union. (^Ordered printed Jan. 4t 1966.) 



14th annual report of the activities of the Joint 
Committee on Defense Production. Pursuant 
to sec. 712(b) of the Defense Production Act of 
1950, as amended. 



Report of special study mission to Europe, 1964... 



Message of the President of the United States of 
America to the Congress on the subject of the 
natural beauty of America. (^Ordered printed 
Feb. 8, 1965.) 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of international 
balance of payments and our gold position. 
{Ordered printed Feb. 10, 1965.) 



Report on the Federal paperwork jungle. 



A report on geographic distribution of Federal 
research and development funds. 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of housing and urban 
development. (Ordered printed Mar. 2, 1965.) 



Report on use of contractor personnel in the De- 
partment of Defense. 



H. Rept. 144 Mr. Miller A report on indirect costs under Federal research 

Mar. 9 Science and Astronautics. grants. 

65-038 0—89— House Business Cal 3 



34 



UNION CALENDAR 



1965 

H. Kept. 167 

Mar. 15 



H. Kept. 175 
Mar. 17 



H. Kept. 177 
Mar. 17 



H. Kept. 178 
Mar. 17 



H. Rept. 179 
Mar. 17 



H. Rept. 180 
Mar. 17 



H. Rept. 187 
Mar. 18 



H. Rept. 188 
Mar. 18 



H. Rept. 193 
Mar. 22 



H. Rept. 194 
Mar. 22 



H. Rept. 195 
Mar. 22 



H. Rept. 196 
Mar. 22 



H. Rept. 197 
Mar. 22 



Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 



Mr. Patman 

Joint Economic Committee. 



Mr. Dawson. 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



A report on master planning of NASA installa- 
tions. 



Report of the Joint Economic Committee, 1965- . 



1st report on Government weather programs . 



2d report on satellite communications - 



3d report on submissions of agency accounting 
systems for GAO approval. 



4th report on certain procurement matters. 



No. 



A report on wage board pay rates. 



A report on the decision of the Comptroller Gen- 
eral of the United States regarding contractor 
technical services. 



5th report on Death Valley National Monument 



6th report on coin shortage (pt. 1) 



7th report on coin shortage (pt. 2) . 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



8th report on operations of Billie Sol Estes. 



9th report on satellite information from the 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 



35 



UNION CALENDAR 



1965 

H. Kept. 198 

Alar. 22 



H. Rent. 199 
Mar. 22 



H. Rept. 204 
Mar. 24 



Mar. 25- 



H. Rept. 227 
Apr. 8 



H. Rept. 237 
Apr. 14 



H. Res. 347 
May 6 



May 12. 



H. Rept. 368 
May 25 



H.R. 2452 

May 25 



H.R. 8330 

May 28 



June 1. 



H. Kept. 445 
June 4 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 

Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 

Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 

Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 

Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 

Mr. Selden 

Foreign AflFairs. 

Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 
Rept. 311 

Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 

Mr. Fascell 

Foreign Affairs. 

Mr. Beckworth 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 375 

Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 431 



Referred to the Committee ol 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



10th report on the use of polygraphs as "lie de- 
tectors" by the Federal Government. 



11th report on U.S.-owned foreign currencies. 



12th report on disposal of municipal sewage- 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of area and re- 
gional economic development. (Ordered printed 
Mar. 26, 1966.) 



Report of panel on science and technology, 6th 
meeting, aeronautics. 



A report on communism in Latin America- 



Resolution expressing the disapproval of the House 
of Representatives of Reorganization Plan 
No. 1 of 1965. (By Mr. Thomas.) 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on pay increase for Federal em- 
ployees. {Ordered printed May 12, 1965.) 



A report on oversea programs of private nonprofit 
American organizations. 



A bill to extend the benefits of the Annual and 
Sick Leave Act of 1951, the Veterans' Preference 
Act of 1944, and the Classification Act of 1949 
with respect to employees of county committees 
established pursuant to sec. 8(b) of the Soil 
Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act, 
and for other purposes. (By Mr. Morrison.) 



A bill to amend the National Defense Education 
Act of 1958 to delete the loyalty oath and crim- 
inal disclosure provisions. (By Mr. Reid of 
New York.) 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of expanded pro- 
grams of economic and social development in 
Southeast Asia. {Ordered printed June 1, 1966.) 



13th Report on Government Operations in Space 
(analysis of civil-military rules and relation- 
ships) . 



36 
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1965 

H.R. 202 

June 8 



H. 



Rept. 510 
June 14 



H. 



Rept. 544 
June 23 



H. Rept. 555 
June 29 



H. Rept. 565 
June 30 



H. Rept. 605 
July 8 



H. Rept. 610 
July 12 



H.R. 9713 

July 20 



Mr. Teague of Texas 

Veterans' Affairs. 
Rept. 450 



Mr. Hays 

U.S. House Delegation to the 
10th Conference of Mem- 
bers of Parliament from the 
NATO countries. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Celler. 



Judiciary. 



Mr. Madden 

Joint Committee on the 
Organization of the Congress. 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 



Mr. Willis 

Un-American Activities. 
Rept. 629 



July 21 



408 



Mr. Patman 

Banking and Currency. 
Rept. 632 



A bill to limit the authority of the Veterans' Ad- 
ministration and the Bureau of the Budget with 
respect to new construction or alteration of 
veterans' hospitals and the closing of such hos- 
pitals. (By Mr. Teague of Texas.) 



Report of the U.S. House Delegation to the 10th 
Conference of Members of Parliament from the 
NATO countries held in Paris, Nov. 16-20, 1964. 



14th report on proposed closing of public health 
service hospitals. 



15th report on disposal of sewage and industrial 
wastes by Federal installations (water pollution 
control and abatement.) 



Report on State taxation of interstate commerce.. 



Report on the organization of Congress (interim) 
(See Senate Report 426) 



Report on proposed closing of Public Health 
Service Hospitals. 



A bill to create the Freedom Commission and the 
Freedom Academy, to conduct research to 
develop an integrated body of operational 
knowledge in the political, psychological, eco- 
nomic, technological, and organizational areas 
to increase the nonmilitary capabilities of the 
United States and other nations in the global 
struggle between freedom and communism, to 
educate and train Government personnel and 
private citizens to understand and implement 
this body of knowledge, and also to provide 
education and training for foreign students in 
these areas of knowledge under appropriate 
conditions. (By Mr. Ichord.) 



An act to authorize a study of methods of helping 
to provide financial assistance to victims of 
future natural disasters. 



37 
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1965 
Kept. 701 
July 30 



Rept. 702 
Julv 30 



H.R. 9020 
Aug. 2 



S. 2294 
Aug. 4 



H.R. 6183 
Aug. 12 



H.R. 10263 
Aug. 17 



H. Rept. 808 
Aug. 18 



H. Rept. 809 
Aug. 18 



H. Kept. 816 
Aug. 19 



H.R. 10329 
Aug. 24 



H.R. 10518 
Aug. 25 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations 

Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations 

Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations 
Rept. 710 



Mr. Patman 

Banking and Currency. 
Rept. 723 



Mr. Staggers 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 780 



Mr. Daniels 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 801 



Mr. Zablocki. 



Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. O'Hara of Illinois 

Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 
Rept. 850 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 871 



Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1965 — 16th report.. 



A report on the gold situation — 17th rcport- 



A bill to amend sec. 7 of the Administrative Ex- 
penses Act of 1946, as amended, to provide for 
the payment of travel cost for applicants invited 
by a department to visit it for purposes con- 
nected with employment. (By Mr. Dawson.) 



An act to amend sec. 2 of the International Wheat 
Agreement Act of 1949. 



A bill to amend title 13, United States Code, to 
provide for a middecade census of population, 
unemployment, and housing in years 1966 and 
1975 and every 10 years thereafter. (By Mr. 
Staggers.) 



A bill to amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to 
authorize the payment of annuities to secretaries 
of justices and judges of the United States on the 
same basis as annuities to congressional em- 
ployees, and for other purposes. (By Mr. 
Matsunaga). 



A report on Poland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, and 
Italy. 



A report on African students and study programs in 
the United States. 



A report on current manpower issues in the Federal 
Government. 



A bill to provide that the Secretary of Commerce 
shall conduct a program of investigation, re- 
search, and survey to determine the practica- 
bility of the adoption by the United States of the 
metric system of weights and measures. (By 
Mr. Miller.) 



A bill to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 
1938 to extend its protection to additional em- 
ployees, to raise the minimum wage, and for 
other purposes. (By Mr. Roosevelt.) 



38 
UNION CALENDAR 



1965 

H. Kept. 952 

Sept. 2 



H.R. 9627 

Sept. 2 



H.R. 10622 

Sept. 2 



H.R. 10115 

Sept. 3 



H. Rept. 971 
Sept. 9 



H. Rept. 1044 
Sept. 21 



H.J. Res. 569 
Sept. 23 



H.R. 11300 

Oct. 1 



H. Rept. 1124 
Oct. 7 



H. Rept. 1158 
Oct. 13 



Mr. Celler. 



Judiciary. 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 953 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 954 



Mr. McMillan 

District of Columbia. 
Rept. 957 



Mr. Willis 

Un-American Activities. 



Mr. Aspinall 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 



Mr. Matsunaga 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 1091 



Mr. Morrison 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 1113 



Mr. Gallagher of the Canada- 
United States Interparlia- 
mentary Group. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Report on State taxation of interstate commerce.. 



A bill to provide fellowships for graduate study 
leading to a master's degree or doctor's degree 
for elementary and secondary school teachers 
and those who train, guide, or supervise such 
teachers. (By Mr. Brademas.) 



A bill to establish a Federal sabbatical program to 
improve the quality of teaching in the Nation's 
elementary or secondary schools. (By Mrs. 
Mink.) 



A bill authorizing the residents of the District of 
Columbia to make known their preference on 
the question of home rule and, if they wish, to 
elect a board for the purpose of preparing a 
municipal charter for submission to the voters 
and to Congress, and for other purposes. (By 
Mr. Sisk.) 



Annual report for the year 1964 (88th Congress, 
2d session) of the Committee on Un-American 
Activities. 



A report on Federal opinion on the need for an 
Indian treaty study. 



Joint resolution requiring a cost-of-living survey 
to be made by the Bureau of Labor Statistics 
before the cost-of-living allowance for Federal 
employees in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands 
may be reduced. (By Mr. Polanco-Abreu.) 



A bill to amend title 39, United States Code, to 
provide certain mailing privileges with respect 
to members of the United States Armed Forces, 
and for other purposes. (By Mr. Morrison.) 



Report of the 8th meeting of the Canada- United 
States Interparliamentary Group 



18th report on conflicts between the Federal re- 
search programs and the Nation's goals for higher 
education. 



39 
UNION ('ALKNI)Alt 



n»or> 

11. Kept. 1159 


Mr. Dawson 


19th report on procurement of a cryogenic cooling 
system for fighter aircraft. 


No. 
493 


Oct. n 


(^i()\i-rnmcnt Operations. 




n. Kept. 11G3 
Oct. 14 


•Mr. Dawson 

Clovt-rnnicnt Operations. 


20th report — Review of market promotion activ- 
ity of foreign agricultural service. 


19H 


H. Ropt. 1181 
Oct. 20 


Mr. Macdonald 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 


Report on world newsprint supply-demand 


504 


1966 
Jan. 12 


Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 


Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of the State of the 
Union. {Ordered printed Jan. 12, 1966.) 


513 


H. Kept. 1211 
Jan. 13 


Mr. Harris 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 


Report on activity of the Committee on Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce, 89th Cong., 1st sess. 


514 


H. Kept. 1212 
Jan. 13 


Mr. Harris 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 


Report on broadcast ratings 


515 


H. Kept. 1218 
Jan. 20 


Mr. Madden 

Joint Committee on the Or- 
ganization of the Congress. 


Report on the organization of Congress (2d 
interim). {See Senate Report 948.) 


520 


H. Rept. 1219 


Mr. Miller. 


Report on The National Science Foundation, a 
general review of its first 15 years. 


521 


Jan. 24 


Science and Astronautics. 




H. Rept. 1220 


Mr. MUler 


A report on master planning of XASA installa- 
tions (1st interim). 


522 


Jan. 24 


Science and Astronautics. 




H. Rept. 1224 


Mr. Fascell 


A report on behavioral sciences and the national 
security. (Report No. 4.) 


525 


Jan. 25 


Foreign Affairs. 




H. Rept. 1225 
Jan. 25 


Mr. Hays 

Foreign Affairs. 


A report on a special study mission to inspect 
foreign service buildings programs in various 
countries combined with a report on Vietnam 
and a report on the 11th Commonwealth Parlia- 
mentary Conference. 


626 


H. Rept. 1226 
Jan. 26 


Mr. Murray 

Post Office' and Civil Service. 


A report on postal systems of U.S. Armed Forces 
and certain countries in Europe. 


527 



40 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H. Rept. 1236 

Feb. 1 



Feb. 2_ 



S. 774 

Feb. 17 



Feb. 23- 



Mar. 1. 



Mar. 2. 



H.R. 11322 

Mar. 3 



H.R. 12453 
Mar. 11 



H. Rept. 1330 
Mar. 16 



H. Rept. 1333 
Mar. 17 



H. Rept. 1334 
Mar. 17 



II. Rept. 1335 

Mar. 17 



Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Miller 

Science and Astronautics. 
Rept. 1291 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole House on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 1306 



Mr. Staggers 

Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce. 
Rept. 1317 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Patman 

Joint Economic Committee. 



Report on The National Science Foundation, its 
present and future. 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of international edu- 
cation and health. {Ordered printed Feb. 2, 1966.) 



An act to authorize the Secretary of Commerce 
to make a study to determine the advantages 
and disadvantages of increased use of the 
metric system in the United States. 



Message of the President of the United States on 
the subject of national beauty and conservation 
(water pollution, etc.). {Ordered printed Feb. 23, 
1966.) 



Message of the President of the United States on 
the subject of domestic health and education. 
{Ordered printed Mar. 1, 1966.) 



Message of the President of the United States on 
the subject of transportation. 



A bill to provide a program of Federal assistance 
to elementary schools throughout the Nation to 
improve educational opportunities through 
provision for the services of child development 
specialists and to provide a program of Federal 
assistance for the training of such elementary 
school personnel in the institutions of higher 
education and for other educational purposes. 
(By Mr. Gibbons.) 



A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act so 
as to help train and otherwise provide profes- 
sional health personnel for health work abroad, 
and for other purposes. (By Mr. Staggers.) 



21st report- 
ment. 



-Water pollution control and abate- 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



1965 report of statistical activities of the Federal 
Government: Personnel, equipment, and con- 
tract costs. 



Report on the January 1966 economic report of 
the President. 



Report entitled "Federal Reserve System — Check 
Clearance Float" — 22d report. 



41 
UNION CALENDAR 



1<)66 

H. Rept. 1340 

Mar. 21 



Mot. 21. 



H. Rept. 1344 
Mar. 23 



H. Rept. 1345 
Mar. 23 



H. Rept. 1346 
Mar. 24 



H. Rept. 1404 
Mar. 31 



H.Rept. 1445 
Apr. 20 



S. 2499 

Apr. 25 



H. Rept. 1452 
Apr. 27 



H. Rept. 1453 
Apr. 27 



H. Rept. 1457 
Apr. 28 



H. Rept. 1466 
Apr. 29 



H. Rept. 1468 
May 2 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Referred to the Committee of 
the Whole Ilonse on the 
State of the Union. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Zablocki. 



Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. Morgan. 



Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. O'Hara of Illinois 

Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries. 



Mr. Patman 

Banking and Currency. 
Rept. 1447 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Report on missile and space ground support opera- 
tions — 23(1 report. 



Message of the President of the United States to 
the Congress on the subject of consumers' in- 
terest program. (Ordered printed Mar. SI, 1966.) 



Report on Defense contract audits — 24th report- 



Report of the special study mission to the Far East, 
southeast Asia, India, and Pakistan, 1965. 



Report on the American Research Hospital for 
Children in Krakow, Poland. 



Report entitled "The Costs of World Peacekeep- 
ing." 



Report on the Yarmouth Castle disaster . 



An act to amend the Small Business Act to author- 
ize issuance and sale of participation interests 
based on certain pools of loans held by the Small 
Business Administration, and for other purposes. 



A report entitled "Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion Operations (Railroad Safety)" — 25th 
report. 



A report entitled "Plugging the Dollar Drain: 
Cutting Federal Expenditures for Research and 
Related Activities Abroad" — 26th report. 



A report entitled "Advisory Commission on Inter- 
governmental Relations: The First 5 Years" — 
27th report. 



Report on the use of excess property by the U.S. 
foreign aid program in Latin America — 28th 
report. 



A report entitled "The Coin Situation"— 29th 
report. 



42 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H. Res. 827 

May 5 



H.R. 14909 

May 10 



H.R. 12904 

May 10 



H.R. 13313 

May 13 



H. Rept. 1564 
June 1 



H. Rept. 1565 
June 1 



H.R. 6775 

June 6 



H.J. Res. 1030 
June 9 



H.R. 13286 

June 17 



H. Rept. 1643 
June 22 



H. Rept. 1644 
June 22 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 
Rept. 1478 



Mr. Teague of Texas 

Veterans' Affairs. 
Rept. 1509 



Mr. Patman 

Banking and Currency. 
Rept. 1510 



Mr. Fallon 

Public Works. 
Rept. 1531 



Mr. FascelL 



Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. Diggs- 



Foreign AfiFairs. 



Mr. Macdonald 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 
Rept. 1609 



Mr. Bingham 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 1622 



Mr. Staggers 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 
Rept. 1635 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Resolution expressing the disapproval of the House 
of Representatives of Reorganization Plan No. 2 
of 1966. (By Mr. Cleveland.) 



A bill to provide for the designation of certain Vet- 
erans' Administration facilities. (By Mr. 
Teague of Texas.) (Objected lo and stricken 
from Consent Calendar June 6, 1966.) 



A bill to provide that the Board of Directors of the 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation shall 
consist of 3 appointive members, and for other 
purposes. (By Mr. Multer.) 



A bill to amend the River and Harbor Act of 1965 
to prohibit certain fees being charged in con- 
nection with projects for navigation, flood con- 
trol, and other purposes. (By Mr. Edmondson.) 



Report entitled "United Nations Financial Situa- 
tion; Background and Consequences of the 
Article 19 Controversy over the Financing of 
U.N. Peacekeeping Operations." 



Report of the special study mission to Africa, 
Nov. 27-Dec. 14, 1965. 



A bill to prohibit the introduction into interstate 
commerce of any shipping container manufac- 
tured in the United States from imported steel 
unless the container is marked so as to indicate 
the country of origin of the steel. (By Mr. 
Curtin.) 



Joint resolution to provide for the administration 
and development of Pennsylvania Avenue as a 
national historic site, and for other purposes. 
(By Mr. Bingham.) (Stricken from Consent 
Calendar Aug. 15, 1966.) 



A bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 
to authorize the Federal Communications Com- 
mission to issue rules and regulations with 
respect to community antenna systems, and 
for other purposes. (By Mr. Staggers.) 



30th report entitled "Unshackling Local Govern- 
ment — A Survey of Proposals by the Advisory 
Commission on Intergovernmental Relations." 



31st report entitled "1965 Survey on Disposal of 
Sewage and Industrial Wastes by Federal 
Installations (Water Pollution Control and 
Abatement)." 



43 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H. Uopt. 1648 

Juno 23 



II. Ropt. 1649 
June 23 



S. 2934 
June 25 



H. Kept. 1663 
June 27 



H. Kept. 1664 
June 27 



S. 390 
July 14 



H. Kept. 1746 
July 20 



H. Kept. 1769 
July 25 



H. Kept. 1781 
July 28 



H. Rept. 1796 
Aug. 2 



H. Rept. 1809 
Aug. 4 



H.R. 11696 
Aug. 8 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Ilays 

II. S. House Delegation to the 
11th Conference of Mem- 
bers of Parliament from the 
NATO countries. 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 1661 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Morrison 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
Rept. 1696 



Mr. Roybal 

Foreign Affairs, 

Mr. Celler 

Judiciary 

Mr. Madden 

Joint Committee on the Or- 
ganization of the Congress 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Garmatz '.. 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 
Rept. 1820 



32d report entitled "Separating Storm and Sani- 
tary Sewers in Urban Renewal (Water Pollution 
Control and Abatement)." 



Report of the U.S. House Delegation to the 11th 
Conference of Meinber.s of Parliament from the 
NATO Countries, held in New York Citv, 
Oct. 4-9, 1965. 



An act to provide needed additional means for the 
residents of rural America to achieve equality of 
opportunity by authorizing the making of 
grants for comprehensive planning for public 
services and development in community de- 
velopment districts approved by the Secretary 
of Agriculture. 



33d report entitled "Coast Guard Examination of 
Foreign Passenger Vessels." 



34th report entitled "Federal Research and Devel- 
opment Programs: The Decisionmaking Proc- 
ess." 



An act to extend to volunteer fire companies the 
rates of postage on 2d class and 3d class bulk 
mailings applicable to certain nonprofit organi- 
zations. 



Report of the Special Study Mission to Chile, Peru, 
and the Dominican Republic, Nov. 6-19, 1965. 



Report on refugee problems in Vietnam, India, 
and Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. 



Report on the organization of Congress. (Final.) 
{See S. Rept. 1414-) 



35th report pertaining to Defense contract audits 
(Reorganization of the Defense Accounting and 
Auditing Division of the General Accounting 
Office). 



Report on the Soviets and the seas. 



A bill to amend title II of the Merchant Marine 
Act, 1936, to create the Federal Maritime Ad- 
ministration, and for other purposes. (By Mr. 
Bonner.) 



44 

UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H.R. 4671 

Aug. 11 



S. 



Aug. 25 



936 



H.R. 11667 
Aug. 31 



H. Kept. 1928 
Aug. 31 



H.R. 11778 
Sept. 1 



H.R. 9147 
Sept. 1 



H. Rept. 2048 
Sept. 21 



H. Rept. 2049 
Sept. 21 



H.R. 17083 
Sept. 21 



H. Rept. 2051 
Sept 21 



H. Rept. 2080 
Sept. 26 



Mr. Rogers of Texas 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 1849 



Mr. Rivers of Alaska 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 1895 



Mr. Edmondson 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 1923 



Mr. Willis 

Un-American Activities. 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 1930 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 1977 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
369) 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Fascell 

Foreign Affairs. 
Rept. 2050 



Mrs. Kelly. 



Foreign Affairs. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



A bill to authorize the construction, operation, 
and maintenance of the Lower Colorado River 
Basin project, and for other purposes. (By 
Mr. Udall.) 



An act to establish in the State of Michigan the 
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, and 
for other purposes. 



A bill to preserve the domestic gold mining in- 
dustry and to increase the domestic production 
of gold. (By Mr. Johnson of California.) 



Annual report for the year 1965 (89th Cong., 1st 
sess.) of the Committee on Un-American Ac- 
tivities. 



A bill to amend the Welfare and Pension Plans 
Disclosure Act to eliminate or modify certain 
requirements thereof with respect to the making 
of affidavits and the filing of copies of certain 
information. (By Mr. Olsen of Montana.) 



A bill to amend sec. 301 of title III of the Act of 
August 14, 1946, relating to the establishment 
by the Secretary of Agriculture of a national 
advisory committee, to provide for annual meet- 
ings of such committee. (By Mr. Cooley.) 



Reorganization Plan No. 4 of 1966 (National 
Zoological Park) — 36th report. 



Reorganization Plan No. 5 of 1966 (National 
Capital Regional Planning Council) — 37th re- 
port. 



A bill to establish a U.S. Committee on Human 
Rights to prepare for participation by the United 
States in the observance of the year 1968 as Inter- 
national Human Rights Year, and for other pur- 
poses. (By Mr. Fascell.) 



Report entitled "The Crisis in NATO". 



Report entitled "Better Management Needed of 
Medical Research on Aging" — 38th report. 



45 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H. Rcpt. 20S1 

Sept. 20 



H. Ropt. 2082 
Sept. 20 



S. 3748 

Sept. 26 



H.R. 13447 

Sept. 30 



H.R. 17505 

Oct. 3 



H.R. 1748 

Oct. 4 



H. Kept. 2184 
Oct. 4 



H. Kept. 2196 
Oct. 6 



H. Rept. 2197 
Oct. 6 



H. Rept. 2198 
Oct. 6 



H.R. 17239 

Oct. 6 



Mr. Dftwsoii 

Ciovcrnment Operations. 



Mr. Evins 

Select Committee on Small 

Business. 



Mr. Fallon 

Public Works. 
Rept. 2084 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
380) 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 
Rept. 2162 



Mr. O'Brien 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 2172 



Mr. WUlis. 



Rept. 2183 



Judiciary. 



Mr. Fallon. 



Public Works. 



Mr. Macdonald 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 



Mr. Murray 

Post Office and Civil Service. 
(Part II filed Dec. 28, 1966.) 



Mr. Ashmore 

House Administration. 
Rept. 2199 
(Part II — Additional views 
filed Oct. 11, 1966.) 



Report entitled "Use of I'olyKraplis Ah 'Lie De- 
tectors' by the Federal Government" (pt. 2) 
39th report. 



Report entitled "The Effect of Corn Marketing 
by the Commodity Credit Corporation Upon 
Small Business." 



An act to provide that the Federal Office Build- 
ing to be constructed in Detroit, Mich., shall be 
named the "Patrick V. McNamara Federal 
Office Building" in memory of the late Pat- 
rick V. McNamara, a U.S. Senator from the 
State of Michigan from 1955 to 1966. 



A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior in 
cooperation with the States to preserve, protect, 
develop restore, and make accessible estuarine 
areas of the Nation which are valuable for sport 
and commercial fishing, wildlife conservation, 
recreation, and scenic beauty, and for other pur- 
poses. (By Mr. Dingell). {Failed of passage 
under suspension of rules Oct. 3, 1966.) 



A bill to amend the act of June 30, 1954, as 
amended, providing for the continuance of civil 
government for the Trust Territory of the 
Pacific Islands, and for other purposes. (By 
Mr. Morton.) 



A bill to amend sec. 215 of the Immigration and 
Nationality Act. (By Mr. Willis.) 



Report entitled "Highway Construction Practices 
in the State of Louisiana and Related Matters" 
(Ninth Interim Report of the Special Subcom- 
mittee on the Federal-Aid Highway Program to 
the Committee on Public Works, House of Re- 
presentatives.) 



Report on world newsprint supply-demand. 



Report entitled "How To Cut Paperwork". 



Report entitled "Postal Systems of the United 
States Armed Forces — Vietnam and Thailand." 



A bill to limit contests of elections of Members of 
the House of Representatives to contests brought 
by duly qualified candidates whose names appear 
on the official ballots. (By Mr. Ashmore.) 



46 



UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H. Kept. 2206 

Oct. 7 



H.R. 7381 

Oct. 7 



H.R. 18176 
Oct. 10 



H.R. 18225 
Oct. 11 



H.R. 15304 
Oct. 11 



H. Rept. 2231 
Oct. 11 



H.R. 11941 

Oct. 12 



H.R. 4347 

Oct. 12 



H. Rept. 2257 
Oct. 12 



H. Rept. 2266 
Oct. 13 



H.R. 



Oct. 



12318 
13 



H.R. 18230 

Oct. 13 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2210 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 
Rept. 2213 



Mr. MiUs- 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2224 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2225 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
402) 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Mills. 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2235 



Mr. Kastenmeier. 



Judiciary. 



Rept. 2237 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Staggers 

Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 



Mr. Burke 

Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2269 



Mr. Mills. 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2273 



Report entitled "Market Promotion Activity of 
Foreign Agricultural Service." (2d review) — 
40th report. 



A bill to repeal the Naval Stores Act. (By Mr. 
Burton of Utah.) 



A bill to amend sec. 209 of the Merchant Marine 
Act, 1936, so as to require future authorization 
of funds for certain programs of the Maritime 
Administration. (By Mr. Garmatz.) 



A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security 
Act. (By Mr. Mills.) 



A bill to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to 
sell the Pleasanton Plant Materials Center in 
Alameda County, Calif., and to provide for 
the establishment of a plant materials center at 
a more suitable location to replace the Pleasan- 
ton Plant Materials Center, and for other pur- 
poses. (By Mr. Edwards of California.) 



Report entitled "Strengthening Wage-Price Guide- 
lines." — 41st report. 



A bill to provide for the free entry of 1 Weissen- 
berg rheogoniometer for use of Case Institute of 
Technology. (By Mrs. Bolton.) 



A bill for the general revision of the copyright 
law, title 17 of the United States Code, and for 
other purposes. (By Mr. Celler.) 



Report entitled "An Investigation of the U.S. 
Economic and Military Assistance Programs in 
Vietnam" — 42d report. 



Report entitled "Investigation of HEW". 



A bill to amend the TariflF Schedules of the United 
States to provide for the free importation of cer- 
tain specialized educational equipment. (By 
Mr. Burke.) 



A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 
to provide that the term "purchase" for pur- 
poses of sec. 334(b)(2) is to include certain in- 
direct purchases of stock through the purchase 
of the stock of another corporation. (By Mr. 
Watts.) 



47 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

H.R. 15283 

Oct. 14 



H.R. 9151 

Oct. 14 



1013 
Oct. 14 



H.R. 16092 

Oct. 14 



H. Kept. 2291 
Oct. 17 



H.R. 18085 
Oct. 17 



H.R. 13455 

Oct. 18 



H. Rept. 2318 
Oct. 19 



H. Rept. 2319 
Oct. 19 



H. Rept. 2323 
Oct. 19 



H.R. 17660 

Oct. 20 



Mr. (Jnriuatz 

Merchant Marino and 

Fisheries. 
Rept. 2278 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
407) 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2279 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
408) 



Mr. Mills. 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2280 



Mr. Mills- 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2283 



Mr. Gallagher, of the Canada^ 
United States Interparlia- 
mentary Group. 



Mr. Mills- 



Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2296 



Mr. Rhodes of Pennsylvania-. 
Ways and Means. 
Rept. 2300 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Teague of Texas 

Veterans' Affairs. 
Rept. 2328 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
409) 



A bill to authorize the carriage of military cargoes 
by U.S. -flag vessels at reduced rates which arc 
fair and reasonable. (By Mr. (Jarmatz.) 



A bill to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home 
Administration Act of 1961, as amended, to pro- 
vide for more effective security servicing, and for 
other purposes. (By Mr. Cooley.) 



An act to clarify the components of, and to assist 
in the management of, the national debt and the 
tax structure. 



A bill to provide that certain television and radio 
receiving tubes be appraised under sec. 402 of 
the Tariff Act of 1930. (By Mr. King of Cali- 
fornia.) 



Report of the 9th meeting of the Canada-United 
States Interparliamentary Group. 



A bill to amend title II of the Social Security Act 
to reduce from 1 year to 6 months the period 
for which an insured individual's wife or step- 
child (not otherwise qualified) must have occu- 
pied that status in order to qualify as his 
"widow" or "stepchild" for benefit purposes. 
(By Mr. Mills.) 



A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security 
Act to provide payment for podiatrists' services 
under the program of supplementary medical 
insurance benefits for the aged. (By Mr. 
Rhodes of Pennsylvania.) 



Report on Government use of satellite communi- 
cations — 43d report. 



Evaluation of the donable surplus property 
program — 44th report. 



An investigation of U.S. participation in the NATO 
common infrastructure program — 45th report. 



A bill to authorize the Administrator of Veterans' 
Affairs to convey certain real property to the 
city of Batavia, N.Y. (By Mr. Conable.) 



No. 
1024 



48 
UNION CALENDAR 



1966 

S. 3580 

Oct. 20 



H.R. 16606 
Oct. 21 



H. Rept. 2336 
Oct. 21 



H. Rent. 2337 
Dec. 2 



H. Eept. 2338 

Dec. 27 



H. Rppt. 2339 
Dec, 29 



H. Rept. 2340 
Dec. 29 



H. Rept. 2341 
Dec. 29 



H. Rept. 2342 
Dec. 29 



H. Rept. 2343 
Dec. 29 



H. Rept. 2344 
Dec. 29 



R. Rept. 2345 
Dec. 29 



H. Rept. 2346 
Dec. 30 



Mr. Teague of Texas 

Veterans' Affairs. 
Rept. 2329 



Mr. Willis 

Un-American Activities. 
Rept. 2335 



Mr. Dawson 

Government Operations. 



Mr. Staggers 

Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce. 



A bill to provide additional readjustment assistance 
to veterans who served in the Armed Forces 
during the Vietnam era, and for other purposes. 



A bill to amend the Internal Security Act of 1950, 
and for other purposes. (By Mr. Willis.) 



U.S.-owned foreign currencies — 46th report. 



Mr. Bennett 

Select Committee on Stand- 
ards and Conduct. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Report of the Securities and Exchange Commis- 
sion on the Public Policy Implications of Invest- 
ment Company Growth. 



Report of the Select Committee on Standards and 
Conduct. 



Report on organization and operation of the Small 
Business Administration, 1966. 



Report on Small Business Investment Program, 
1966. 



Report on Small Business Subcontracting and Set- 1050 

aside Programs. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Evins of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. Staggers 

Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce. 



Report on role of small business in the air transpor- 
tation industry. 



Report on small business problems in urban areas. 



Report of activities of regulatory and enforcement 
agencies relating to small business. 



Report on problems of the tool and die industry 
and manufacturers and distributors of machine 
tools. 



Report on activity of Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce Committee, 89th Congress, 2d session. 



No. 
1043 



1044 



1045 



1046 



1047 



1048 



1049 



1051 



1052 



1053 



1054 



1055 



49 
UNION CALENDAR 



1066 
hVpt. 2347 
Doc. 30 



1967 
H. Ropt. 2348 
Jan. 3 



H. Rcpt. 2349 
Jan. 3 



Mr. Kviius of Tennessee 

Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Mr. O'Neill of Massachusetts. 

Special Coinmitteo To Investi- 
gate Campaign Expendi- 
tures, 19GG. 



Mr. Burleson 

House Administration. 



Final Report of the Select Committee on Small 
Business. 



Report pursuant to H. Res. 929, 89th Congress, to 
investigate campaign expenditures. 



Report of Special Investigation into expenditures 
during the 89th Cong., by the House Committee 
on Education and Labor and the clerk-hire status 
of Y. Marjorie Flores (Mrs. Adam C. Powell). 



No. 
I()5<> 



1057 



105H 



65-038 O — 89 — House Business Cal- 



50 
UNION CALENDAK 




51 



2. HOUSE CALENDAR 



Clause I, rule XIII: 

"Second. A Mouse Calendar, to which shall be referred all bills of a public character not raising 
revenue nor directly or indirectly appropriating money or property." 



1965 

H.R. 7372 

July 26 



H. Res. 561 
Sept. 1 



H.R. 10027 

Sept. 21 



1966 
H. Res. 772 
Mar. 14 



H. Res. 951 
Aug. 1 



H. Res. 967 
Aug. 11 



H.R. 16491 

Sept. 7 



H. Con. Res. 
313 
Oct. 11 



Mr. Patman 

Banking and Currency. 
Rept. 680 



Mr. Sisk. 



Rept. 945 



Rules. 



Mr. Powell 

Education and Labor. 
Rept. 1041 



Mr. Madden. 



Rept. 1319 



Rules. 



Mr. Delaney. 



Rept. 1792 



Rules. 



Mr. O'Neill of Massachusetts. 
Rules. 
Rept. 1833. 



Mr. Willis. 



Judiciary. 



Rept. 2013 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2227 
(Placed on Consent Calendar 
403) 



A bill to amend the Bank Holding Company Act 
of 1956. (By Mr. Patman.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of S. 
2294, an act to amend section 2 of the Interna- 
tional Wheat Agreement Act of 1949. (By Mr. 
Sisk.) 



A bill to amend sec. 8(b)(4) of the National Labor 
Relations Act, as amended, with respect to 
strikes at the sites of construction projects. 
(By Mr. Sickles.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 10027, a bill to amend sec. 8(b)(4) of the 
National Labor Relations Act, as amended, 
with respect to strike at the sites of construction 
projects. (By Mr. Madden.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
S. 2934, an act to provide needed additional 
means for the residents of rural America to 
achieve equality of opportunity by authorizing 
the making of grants for comprehensive plan- 
ning for public services and development in 
community development districts approved by 
the Secretary of Agriculture. (By Mr. Delaney.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 11696, a bill to amend title II of the Mer- 
chant Marine Act, 1936, to create the Federal 
Maritime Administration, and for other pur- 
poses. (By Mr. O'Neill of Massachusetts.) 



A bill to regulate and foster commerce among the 
States by providing a system for the taxation of 
interstate commerce. (By Mr. Willis.) 



A concurrent resolution to endorse the concept of 
World Farm Center. (By Mr. Dyal.) 



52 

HOUSE CALENDAR 



1966 

H.Res. 1049 

Oct. 12 



H.Res. 1050 
Oct. 12 



Mr. Young 

Rept. 2251 



Mr. Young 

Rept. 2252 



Rules. 



Rules. 



H. Res. 1051 
Oct. 12 



Mr. Sisk. 



Rept. 2253 



Rules. 



H. Res. 1052 
Oct. 12 



H. Res. 1054 
Oct. 13 



Mr. Sisk_ 



Rept. 2254 

Mr. Colmer 

Rept. 2258 



Rules. 



Rules. 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
S. 390, an act to extend to volunteer fire com- 
panies the rates of postage on 2d-class and 3d- 
class bulk mailings applicable to certain non- 
profit organizations. (By Mr. Young.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 13447, a bill to authorize the Secretary 
of the Interior in cooperation with the States to 
preserve, protect, develop, restore, and make 
accessible estuarine areas of the Nation which 
are valuable for sport and commercial fishing, 
wildlife conservation, recreation, and scenic 
beauty, and for other purposes. (By Mr. 
Young.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 18176, a bill to amend sec. 209 of the 
Merchant Marine Act, 1936, so as to require 
future authorization of funds for certain pro- 
grams of the Maritime Administration. (By 
Mr. Sisk.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 18225, a bill to amend title XIX of the 
Social Security Act. (By Mr. Sisk.) 



A resolution providing for the consideration of 
H.R. 17239, a bill to limit contests of elections 
of Members of the House of Representatives to 
contests brought by duly qualified candidates 
whose names appear on the official ballots. 
(By Mr. Colmer.) 



53 



3. PRIVATE CALENDAR 



Clause 1, rule XIII: 

"Third. A calendar of the Committee of the Whole House, to which shall be referred all bills of 
a private character." 

Clause 6, rule XXIV: 

"6. On the first Tuesday of each month after disposal of such business on the Speaker's table as 
requires reference only, the Speaker sliall direct the Clerk to call the bills and resolutions on the Private 
Calendar. Should objection be made by two or more Members to the consideration of any bill or 
resolution so called, it shall be recommitted to the committee which reported the bill or resolution, and 
no reservation of objection shall be entertained by the Speaker. Such bills and resolutions, if considered, 
shall be considered in the House as in the Committee of the Whole. No other business shall be in order 
on this day unless the House, by two-thirds vote on motion to dispense therewith, shall otherwise deter- 
mine. On such motion debate shall he limited to 5 minutes for and 5 minutes against said motion. 

"On the third Tuesday of each month after the disposal of such business on the Speaker's table as 
requires reference only, the Speaker may direct the Clerk to call the bills and resohitions on the Private 
Calendar, preference to be given to omnibus bills containing bills or resolutions which have previously 
been objected to on a call of the Private Calendar. All bills and resolutions on the Private Calendar 
so called, if considered, shall be considered in the House as in the Committee of the Whole. Should 
objection be made by two or more Members to the consideration of any bill or resolution other than an 
omnibus bill, it shall be recommitted to the committee which reported the bill or resolution and no reser- 
vation of objection shall be entertained by the Speaker. 

"Omnibus bills shall be read for amendment by paragraph, and no amendment shall be in order 
except to strike out or to reduce amounts of money stated or to provide limitations. Any item or matter 
stricken from an omnibus bill shall not thereafter during the same session of Congress be included in 
any omnibus bill. 

"Upon passage of any such omnibus bill, said bill shall be resolved into the several bills and resolutions 
of which it is composed, and such original bills and resolutions, with any amendments adopted by the 
House, shall be engrossed, where necessary, and proceedings thereon had as if said bills and resolutions 
had been passed in the House severally. 

"In the consideration of any omnibus bill the proceedings as set forth above shall have the same force 
and effect as if each Senate and House bill or resolution therein contained or referred to were considered 
by the House as a separate and distinct bill or resolution." 



1966 
H R. 2146 


Mr. Hungate. 


A bill for the relief of Demetrios Konstantinos 
Georgaras (also known as James K. Georgaras). 
(By Mrs. Green of Oregon.) 


No. 
432 


July 19 


Judiciary. 
Rept. 1713 




H.R. 3275 
July 19 


Mr. Ashmore 

Judiciary. 
Rept. 1714 


A bill to confer jurisdiction on the U.S. Court 
of Claims to hear, determine, and render 
judgment on the claim of Mrs. Melba B. Perkins 
against the United States. (By Mr. Hagan of 
Georgia.) 


433 


H.R. 7885 
Sept. 6 


Mr. Ashmore 

Judiciary. 
Rept. 1986 


A bill for the relief of Miss Sylvia Kronfeld. (By 
Mr. Gilbert.) 


514 


H.R. 11946 


Mr. .\shmore . _ . 


A bill for the relief of Arthur Anderson. (By Mr. 
Farnum.) 


521 


Sept. 6 


Judiciary. 
Rept. 1993 




H.R. 17259 
Sept. 12 


Mr. Smith of New York 

Judiciarv. 
Rept. 2024 


A bill for the relief of Dino J. Caterini. (By 
Mr. Ashmore.) 


538 


S. 231 


Mr. Grider 


An act for the relief of James W. Adams and others.. 


594 


Sept. 28 


Judiciary. 
Rept. 2125 





54 
PRIVATE CALENDAR 



1966 

S. 1347 

Sept. 28 



H.R. 1333 

Sept. 28 



H.R. 1944 

Sept. 28 



Mr. Grider 

Judiciary. 
Kept. 2127 



Mr. Ashmore. 



Kept. 2130 



Judiciary. 



Mr. McClory.. 



Kept. 2132 



Judiciary. 



An act for the relief of Puget Sound Plywood, Inc., 
of Tacoma, Wash. 



A bill for the relief of Mrs. Willifred S. Shirley. 
(By Mr. Herlong.) 



A bill for the relief of Rose Minutillo. (By Mrs. 
Kelly.) 



No. 
596 



599 



601 



55 



CONSENT CALENDAR 



Clavise 4, rule XIII: 

"4. After a hill has hecn favorably reported aiui sliall he upon either the House or Union Calendar 
any Member may file with the Clerk a notice that he desires sucli bill placed upon a special calendar 
to bo known as the 'Consent Calendar.' On the first and third Mondays of each month immediately 
after the reading of the Journal, the Speaker shall direct the Clerk to call the bills in numerical order 
which have been for three legislative days upon the 'Consent Calendar.' Should objection be made 
to the consideration of any bill so called it siiall be carried over on the calendar without prejudice to the 
next day when the 'Consent Calendar' is again called, and if objected to by three or more Members, it 
shall immediately be stricken from the calendar, and shall not thereafter during the same session of that 
Congress be i>laced again thereon: Provided, That no bill shall be called twice on the same legislative 
day." 



1966 

H.R. 9147 

Sept. 1 



S. 3748 

Sept. 26 



H.R. 15304 

Oct. 11 



H.Con.Res. 313 
Oct. 11 



H.R. 15283 

Oct. 14 



H.R. 9151 

Oct. 14 



H.R. 17660 

Oct. 20 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 1977 
(Union Calendar 893) 



Mr. Fallon 

Public Works. 
Rept. 2084 
(Union Calendar 927) 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2225 
(Union Calendar 994) 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2227 
(House Calendar 327) 



Mr. Garmatz 

Merchant Marine and 

Fisheries. 
Rept. 2278 
(Union Calendar 1024) 



Mr. Cooley 

Agriculture. 
Rept. 2279 
(Union Calendar 1025) 



Mr. Teaguc of Texas 

Veterans' Affairs. 
Rept. 2328 
(Union Calendar 1042) 



A bill to amend sec. 301 of title III of the act of 
Aug. 14, 1946, relating to the establishment by 
the Secretary of Agriculture of a national ad- 
visory committee, to provide for annual meetings 
of such committee. (By Mr. Cooley.) 

{Passed over without prejudice Sept. 19, 1966.) 

{Oct. 3, 1966.) {Oct. 17, 1966.) 



An act to provide that the Federal Office Building 
to be constructed in Detroit, Mich., shall be 
named the "Patrick V. McNamara Federal 
Office Building" in memory of the late Patrick 
V. McNamara, a U.S. Senator from the State 
of Michigan from 1955 to 1966. 

{Passed over without prejudice Oct. S, 1966.) 
{Oct. 17, 1966.) 



A bill to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to 
sell the Pleasanton Plant Materials Center in 
Alameda County, Calif., and to provide for the 
establishment of a plant materials center at a 
more suitable location to replace the Pleasanton 
Plant Materials Center, and for other purposes. 
(By Mr. Edwards of California.) 

{Passed over without prejudice Sept. 17, 1966.) 



Concurrent resolution to endorse the concept of 

World Farm Center. (By Mr. Dyal.) 
{Passed over without prejudice Oct. 17, 1966.) 



A bill to authorize the carriage of miUtary cargoes 
by U.S. -flag vessels at reduced rates which are 
fair and reasonable. (By Mr. Garmatz.) 



A bill to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home 
Administration Act of 1961, as amended, to 
provide for more effective security servicing, and 
for other purposes. (By Mr. Cooley.) 



A bill to authorize the Administrator of \'otci'ans' 
Affairs to convey certain real property to the citv 
of Batavia, N.Y. (By Mr. Conablc.) 



No. 
369 



380 



402 



403 



407 



408 



409 



56 



CALENDAR OF MOTIONS TO DISCHARGE COMMITTEES 



Clause 4, rule XXVII: 

"4. A Member may present to the Clerk a motion in writing to discharge a committee from the 
consideration of a public bill or resolution which has been referred to it 30 days prior thereto (but only 
one motion may be presented for each bill or resolution). Under this rule it shall also be in order for a 
Member to file a motion to discharge the Committee on Rules from further consideration of any resolu- 
tion providing either a special order of business, or a special rule for the consideration of any public bill or 
resolution favorably reported by a standing committee, or a special rule for the consideration of a public 
bill or resolution which has remained in a standing committee 30 or more days without action: Provided, 
That said resolution from which it is moved to discharge the Committee on Rules has been referred to 
that committee at least 7 days prior to the filing of the motion to discharge. The motion shall be placed 
in the custody of the Clerk, who shall arrange some convenient place for the signature of Members. A 
signature may be withdrawn by a Member in writing at any time before the motion is entered on the 
Journal. When a majority of the total membership of the House shall have signed the motion, it shall 
be entered on the Journal, printed with the signatures thereto in the Congressional Record, and referred 
to the Calendar of Motions To Discharge Committees. 

"On the second and fourth Mondays of each month, except during the last 6 days of any session 
of Congress, immediately after the approval of the Journal, any Member who has signed a motion to 
discharge which has been on the calendar at least 7 days prior thereto, and seeks recognition, shall be 
recognized for the purpose of calling up the motion, and the House shall proceed to its consideration 
in the manner herein provided without intervening motion except one motion to adjourn. Recognition 
for the motions shall be in the order in which they have been entered on the Journal. 

"When any motion under this rule shall be called up, the bill or resolution shall be read by title only. 
After 20 minutes' debate, one-half in favor of the proposition and one-half in opposition thereto, the 
House shall proceed to vote on the motion to discharge. If the motion prevails to discharge the Com- 
mittee on Rules from any resolution pending before the committee, the House shall immediately vote on 
the adoption of said resolution, the Speaker not entertaining any dilatory or other intervening motion 
except one motion to adjourn, and, if said resolution is adopted, then the House shall immediately pro- 
ceed to its execution. If the motion prevails to discharge one of the standing committees of the House 
from any public bill or resolution pending before the committee, it shall then be in order for any Member 
who signed the motion to move that the House proceed to the immediate consideration of such bill or 
resolution (such motion not being debatable), and such motion is hereby made of high privilege; and if 
it shall be decided in the affirmative, the bill shall be immediately considered under the general rules of 
the House, and if unfinished before adjournment of the day on which it is called up, it shall remain the 
unfinished business until it is fully disposed of. Should the House by vote decide against the immediate 
consideration of such bill or resolution, it shall be referred to its proper calendar and be entitled to the 
same rights and privileges that it would have had, had the committee to which it was referred duly reported 
same to the House for its consideration: Provided, That when any perfected motion to discharge a com- 
mittee from the consideration of any public bill or resolution has once been acted upon by the House it 
shall not be in order to entertain, during the same session of Congress, any other motion for the discharge 
from that committee of said measure, or from any other committee of any other bill or resolution sub- 
stantially the same, relating in substance to or dealing with the same subject matter, or from the Com- 
mittee on Rules of a resolution providing a special order of business for the consideration of any other such 
bill or resolution, in order that such action by the House on a motion to discharge shall be res adjudicata 
for the remainder of that session: Provided further, That if before any one motion to discharge a committee 
has been acted upon by the House there are on the Calendar of Motions To Discharge Committees other 
motions to discharge committees from the consideration of bills or resolutions substantially the same, 
relating in substance to or dealing with the same sulDJect matter, after the House shall have acted on one 
motion to discharge, the remaining said motions shall be stricken from the Calendar of Motions To Dis- 
charge Committees and not acted on during the remainder of that session of Congress." 



Motion No. 
and date 
entered 


Title 


Committee 


Motion filed by — 


Cal- 
endar 
No. 


1966 











57 



PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



Law 


No. AND Bill No. 


Law No. and Bill No. 


Law No. and Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill 


No. 




h'lRST Sebsion 


89-34. _ 


--H.R. 


6691 


89-68- - . 


-H.R. 


6507 


89-102-- 


-S. 


26 


8»-l.. 


---S.J. Res. 


3 


89-35.. 


--H.R. 


806 


89-69--- 


-H.R. 


8131 


89-103-- 


.S.J. Res. 


83 


89-2-. 


--.H.J. Res. 


234 


89-36-- 


--H.R. 


7031 


89-70--- 


-H.R. 


5283 


89-104-- 


-H.R. 


8862 


89-3-. 


---H.R. 


3818 


89-37-- 


.-S. 


800 


89-71--. 


-H.R. 


3415 


89-105-- 


-H.R. 


2985 


89-4.- 


---S. 


3 


89-38- 


--H.R. 


821 


89-72--. 


-S. 


1229 


89-106-- 


-H.R. 


5508 


89-5- 


.--S. 


301 


89-39-. 


--S. 


435 


89-73--- 


-H.R. 


3708 


89-107-- 


-H.R. 


5860 


89-6-- 


---H.R. 


45 


89-40- - 


_-H.R. 


7597 


89-74--. 


-H.R. 


2 


89-108-- 


-H.R. 


237 


8fr-7-- 


-.-S.J. Res. 


48 


89-41-- 


--S. 


2089 


89-75. . - 


-H.R. 


6453 


89-109-- 


-S. 


510 


89-8.- 


---S.J. Res. 


47 


89-42-- 


--H.R. 


6755 


89-76- - - 


-H.R. 


5184 


89-110-- 


-S. 


1564 


89-9-- 


---H.R. 


1496 


89-43-- 


.-S. 


1135 


89-77. - _ 


-H.R. 


5874 


89-111-- 


-H.R. 


903 


89-10. 


---H.R. 


2362 


89-44-- 


--H.R. 


8371 


89-78- - _ 


-H.R. 


7847 


89-112-- 


-H.R. 


8620 


89-11. 


---S. 


307 


89-45- _ 


--H.R. 


1782 


89-79--- 


-H.R. 


5306 


89-113-- 


-S. 


1321 


89-12. 


---H.R. 


5721 


89-46-- 


--H.R. 


7777 


89-80--- 


-S. 


21 


89-114- 


-H.R. 


6622 


89-13. 


---H.R. 


4527 


89-47-- 


--H.R. 


1732 


89-81--. 


-S. 


2080 


89-115-- 


-H.R. 


2984 


89-14. 


---H.R. 


4778 


89-48-- 


--S. 


1000 


89-82-.- 


-H.R. 


9497 


89-116-- 


-H.R. 


1771 


89-15. 


-.-S. 


974 


89-49-- 


--H.R. 


8464 


89-83--- 


-H.R. 


4185 


89-117.- 


-H.R. 


7984 


89-16. 


---H.R. 


7091 


89-50- - 


--H.R. 


214 


89-84--- 


-S. 


2154 


89-118-- 


-S. 


24 


89-17. 


---H.R. 


2594 


89-51-- 


--H.R. 


7762 


89-85--- 


-S. 


998 


89-119-- 


-H.R. 


8111 


89-18- 


---H.J. Res. 


447 


89-52-- 


--H.R. 


6767 


89-86--- 


-H.R. 


5246 


89-120.- 


-S. 


579 


89-19. 


---S. 


60 


89-53-- 


-_H.R. 


7717 


89-87--- 


-S. 


956 


89-121-- 


-H.R. 


7954 


89-20. 


.--H.R. 


5702 


89-54-- 


_-H.R. 


3165 


89-88-.- 


-H.R. 


225 


89-122-- 


-H.J. Res. 


481 


89-21. 


---H.R. 


7855 


89-55-- 


_-H.J. Res. 


541 


89-89- _ _ 


-H.R. 


4526 


89-123-- 


-H.J. Res. 


324 


89-22. 


-_-H.R. 


7064 


89-56-- 


_-H.R. 


5988 


89-90--- 


-H.R. 


8775 


89-124-- 


-S.J. Res. 


56 


89-23- 


---S. 


701 


89-57-- 


--H.R. 


7060 


89-91--- 


-S.J. Res. 


71 


89-125-- 


-H.R. 


4714 


89-24. 


---H.R. 


66 


89-58-- 


--H.J. Res. 


553 


8^92--- 


-S. 


559 


89-126-- 


-S. 


1742 


89-25- 


---H.J. Res. 


195 


89-59-. 


--S. 


1796 


89-93--- 


-H.R. 


5242 


89-127-- 


-H.R. 


4346 


89-26- 


---H.R. 


3043 


89-60- - 


--H.R. 


6032 


89-94--- 


-S. 


1462 


89-128-- 


-H.R. 


7997 


89-27- 


-_-H.R. 


2998 


89-61-- 


--H.R. 


4493 


89-95--- 


-H.R. 


5041 


89-129-. 


-H.J. Res. 


454 


89-28- 


---S. 


702 


89-62-- 


--H.R. 


8147 


89-96--- 


-H.J. Res. 


591 


89-130- - 


-S. 


893 


89-29- 


---H.J. Res. 


436 


89-63-- 


--H.R. 


7105 


89-97-.- 


-H.R. 


6675 


89-131-- 


-H.R. 


10139 


89-30- 


---H.R. 


3995 


89-64-- 


--H.R. 


6848 


89-98--- 


-H.R. 


8721 


89-132-- 


-H.R. 


9075 


89-31- 


---H.R. 


6497 


89-65-- 


--H.R. 


3994 


89-99-- 


-S. 


627 


89-133. _ 


-S.J. Res. 


100 


89-32- 


--H.R. 


8122 


89-66-- 


--H.R. 


4525 


89-100-. 


-H.R. 


8720 


89-134-- 


-S. 


2054 


89-33- 


---S. 


339 


89-67-- 


--H.R. 


3996 


89-101-- 


-H.R. 


8484 


89-135-- 


-H.R. 


8856 



PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 



Law No. and Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND BiLI 


- No. 


Law No 


AND Bill No. 


89-136-- 


-S. 


1648 


89-174.. 


.H.R. 


6927 


89-212.. 


.H.R. 


10874 


89-250.- 


-H.R. 


9417 


89-137-- 


-H.R. 


206 


89-175.- 


.H.R. 


5280 


89-213.. 


.H.R. 


9221 


89-251.- 


-H.R. 


10748 


89-138-- 


-H.R. 


208 


89-176-- 


-H.R. 


6964 


89-214.. 


.S. 


2127 


89-252.. 


-H.J. Res. 


330 


89-139-- 


.S.J. Res. 


81 


89-177.. 


.H.R. 


496 


89-215.. 


.H.R. 


3989 


89-253.. 


.H.R. 


8283 


89-140- - 


.H.R. 


7595 


89-178.. 


.H.R. 


2263 


89-216-. 


.H.R. 


5883 


89-254.- 


.H.R. 


728 


89-141-. 


.H.R. 


6097 


89-179.. 


.H.R. 


1044 


89-217-- 


.H.R. 


948 


89-255.. 


.S. 


1065 


89-142-- 


.H.J. Res. 


431 


89-180.. 


.H.R. 


4905 


89-218-- 


.H.R. 


6294 


89-256.. 


..H.J. Res 


695 


89-143-- 


.H.R. 


5034 


89-181.. 


.S. 


511 


89-219-- 


.S. 


906 


89-257-- 


.H.R. 


3045 


89-144.- 


-H.R. 


546 


89-182.. 


.8. 


949 


89-220.- 


-S. 


1588 


89-258.. 


.S. 


2232 


89-145-- 


-S. 


1309 


89-183.. 


.H.R. 


4465 


89-221.. 


.H.J. Res. 


673 


89-259.. 


.S. 


2273 


89-146-- 


.H.R. 


2176 


89-184-. 


.H.R. 


9570 


89-222.. 


.H.R. 


205 


89-260. . 


.S.J. Res. 


69 


89-147.. 


.H.R. 


9947 


89-185.- 


-H.R. 


5024 


89-223.. 


.S. 


1190 


89-261.. 


.H.R. 


6165 


89-148-- 


.H.R. 


3320 


89-186.. 


.S. 


2420 


89-224-. 


.S. 


664 


89-262. . 


.H.R. 


9336 


89-149-. 


.H.R. 


3044 


89-187-- 


.S.J. Res. 


53 


89-225-. 


.H.R. 


5252 


89-263.. 


.H.R. 


7329 


89-150-- 


.H.R. 


3037 


89-188-- 


-H.R. 


10775 


89-226.- 


-S. 


1764 


89-264.. 


.H.R. 


10234 


89-151.- 


Ih.r. 


7843 


89-189.. 


.H.R. 


727 


89-227.- 


.S. 


1988 


89-265.. 


.H.R. 


5665 


89-152.. 


.H.R. 


10306 


89-190-. 


.S. 


795 


89-228.. 


.H.R. 


2414 


89-266.. 


.S. 


1856 


89-153-. 


.H.J. Res. 


95 


89-191-. 


-H.R. 


725 


89-229.. 


.H.R. 


5768 


89-267.. 


.H.R. 


724 


89-154-. 


.H.R. 


881 


89-192.. 


.S.J. Res. 


89 


89-230.- 


.H.R. 


8715 


89-268.. 


.S. 


903 


89-155.. 


..H.R. 


7181 


89-193.. 


.H.R. 


3039 


89-231.- 


.H.R. 


9877 


89-269.. 


.S. 


1576 


89-156.. 


.-H.R. 


7765 


89-194.. 


..H.R. 


5989 


89-232.. 


.S. 


1623 


89-270.. 


.s. 


1689 


89-157. 


.-H.R. 


7596 


89-195.. 


..S. 


20 


89-233.. 


.s. 


1975 


89-271.- 


.H.R. 


9975 


89-158- 


--H.R. 


89 


89-196-. 


-S.J. Res. 


102 


89-234.- 


.s. 


4 


89-272.. 


.S 


306 


89-159- 


_-H.J. Res. 


639 


89-197-. 


-H.R. 


8027 


89-235.- 


-S.J. Res. 


98 


89-273-- 


.H.R. 


10871 


89-160. 


.-H.R. 


5519 


89-198- 


-H.R. 


8333 


89-236.. 


.H.R. 


2580 


89-274.. 


.S.J. Res. 


106 


89-161. 


.-H.R. 


485 


89-199- 


-H.R. 


10586 


89-237.. 


.H.R. 


4152 


89-275- 


.H.R. 


1805 


89-162. 


.-H.R. 


1763 


89-200- 


.-H.R. 


7779 


89-238. 


..H.R. 


5842 


89-276.- 


-S. 


1516 


89-163. 


.-H.R. 


3997 


89-201- 


.H.R. 


8761 


89-239. 


..S. 


596 


89-277.. 


.S. 


1715 


89-164. 


--H.R. 


8639 


89-202. 


..H.R. 


10323 


89-240. 


..S. 


1766 


89-278.. 


.H.R. 


5571 


89-165. 


--H.R. 


3990 


89-203- 


.-S.J. Res. 


5 


89-241. 


..H.R. 


7969 


89-279.. 


-H.R. 


6852 


89-166. 


--H.R. 


5497 


89-204- 


-H.R. 


6431 


89-242. 


..S. 


1620 


89-280.. 


-H.R. 


7059 


89-167. 


--H.R. 


3992 


89-205. 


.-H.R. 


8469 


89-243. 


..H.R. 


4750 


89-281.. 


.H.R. 


7707 


89-168. 


--H.R. 


9544 


89-206. 


..S. 


1903 


89-244- 


..H.R. 


8035 


89-282.. 


.S. 


1719 


89-169. 


-.H.J. Res. 


632 


89-207- 


..S. 


7 


89-245. 


..H.R. 


10516 


89-283- 


.H.R. 


9042 


89-170- 


-.H.R. 


5401 


89-208- 


..s. 


1317 


89-246. 


-H.R. 


10714 


89-284-. 


.H.R. 


9247 


89-171- 


_.H.R. 


7750 


89-209. 


..s. 


1483 


89-247. 


..H.R. 


10715 


89-285.. 


.S. 


2084 


89-172. 


-.H.R. 


6007 


89-210. 


..s. 


2042 


89-248- 


..H.J. Res 


309 


89-286.- 


-H.R. 


10238 


89-173. 


-.H.R. 


4822 


89-211. 


..H.R. 


10014 


89-249. 


..H.R. 


2091 


89-287-- 


..H.R. 


7743 



59 



PUBLIC LAWS AND RP:SOLUTIONS 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-288- 
89-289.. 
89-290.. 
89-291.- 
89-292.. 
89-293.. 
89-294.. 
89-295-- 
89-296.. 
89-297.. 
89-298.. 
89-299-- 
89-300.- 
89-301— 
89-302.. 
89-303.. 
89-304.- 
89-305-- 
89-306.- 
89-307.- 
89-308.- 
89-309.- 
89-310.- 
89-311- 
89-312.. 
89-313- 
89-314-. 
89-315-- 
89-316-- 
89-317-- 
89-318.. 
89-319-. 
89-320-- 
89-321-- 
89-322-- 
89-323-- 
89-324.- 
89-325-- 



II. H. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
S. 
S. 

H.R. 
H.J. Res. 
H.R. 
S.J. Res. 
H.R. 
S. 

H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
.S. 
H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 
-S. 

.H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 



7484 

7160 

3141 

597 

32 

7919 

571 

7888 

32 

2853 

2300 

9220 

5167 

10281 

1735 

10198 

23 

9495 

4845 

516 

4170 

11588 

11096 

168 

10369 

9022 

11303 

11420 

8370 



-H.J. Res. 397 

-H.R. 9545 

-H.R. 1781 

.H.J. Res. 597 

-H.R. 9811 

-H.R. 9047 

.H.R. 10305 

-H.R. 7812 

-H.J. Res. 641 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-326. -.H.R. 1778 
89-327-.. H.J. Res. 671 

89-328-- -H.R. 5026 

89-329-- -H.R. 9567 

89-330- --S. 2092 

89-331-_-H.R. 11135 

89-332- -.S. 1758 

89-333-- -H.R. 8310 

89-334- --S. 2542 

89-335-- -H.R. 5493 

89-336-- -H.R. 797 

89-337- --S. 2679 

89-338-- -H.R. 7475 

89-339---H.R. 11539 
89-340--. H.J. Res. 788 



89-341 -_ -H.R. 
89 -342- __ H.R. 
89-343- --S. 



5597 
11267 
1004 
9830 
4421 
2118 
1320 
2150 
227 



89-344. __ H.R. 
89-345--_H.R. 
89-346- --S. 
89-347. -_S. 
89-348- --S. 
89-349-- -H.R. 

Second Session 
89-350-. -S.J. Res. 125 
89-351-- -H.J. Res. 767 
89-352-- -H.R. 327 
89-353---H.R. 8210 
89-354-- -H.R. 8445 
89-355-- -H.R. 30 
89-356- --S. 1698 
89-357 --.H.J. Res. 403 
89-358— S. 9 

89-359-- _ H.R. 10185 
89-360-- -H.R. 11006 
89-361. --H.R. 11007 
89-362-__H.R. 11747 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-363. 

89-364- 

89-365. 

89-366. 

89-367. 

89-368- 

89-369. 

89-370- 

89-371 

89-372. 

89-373. 

89-374- 

89-375- 

89-376. 

89-377- 

89-378. 

89-379- 

89-380- 

89-381'. 

89-382. 

89-383- 

89-384. 

89-385- 

89-386- 

89-387- 

89-388. 

89-389. 

89-390- 

89-391- 

89-392- 

89-393- 

89-394- 

89-395- 

89-396- 

89-397- 

89-398- 

89-399- 

89-400- 



.S. 

.S.J. Res. 
.H.R. 
.S. 

-H.R. 
.H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
.H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
.-H.R. 
-H.R. 
_H.R. 
-S.J. Res. 
.-S. 
..-S. 
..H.R. 
-H.R. 
.-S. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
.-S. 
.-S. 
.-H.R. 
.-S. 

.H.J. Res. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
,-S. 



1904 
9 

10625 
251 

12889 

12752 

12563 
2627 

12169 

1666 

432 

13546 

2614 

3584 

8030 

969 

10553 
1647 

12762 
7526 

10722 
6319 
127 
2394 
1404 
6568 
9883 
2642 
6845 
7723 
2719 
1488 
3349 
2573 
837 
7813 
959 
2831 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-401- 
89-402. 
89-403. 
89-404- 
89-405. 
89-406- 
89-407- 
89-408- 
89-409- 
89-410- 
89-411- 
89-412. 
89-413- 
89-414- 
89-415- 
89-416- 
89-417- 
89-418. 
89-419- 
89-420. 
89-421- 
89-422. 
89-423. 
89-424. 
89-425. 
89-426- 
89-427. 
89-428- 
89-429- 
89-430. 
89-431- 
89-432. 
89-433- 
89-434- 
89-435. 
89-436- 
89-437- 
89-438- 



-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.J. Res. 
.H.R. 
-S. 
-S. 

-S.J. Res. 
-S.J. Res. 
-S.J. Res. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
.-S. 
-H.R. 
-S. 
.-S. 
-H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
.H.R. 
.H.R. 
-H.R. 



2835 

11664 

8466 

22 

11029 

997 

1746 

1938 

2729 

86 

18 

130 

13369 

1924 

13365 

13367 

13368 

13371 

13373 

13578 

13579 

13580 

13663 

13774 

1804 

14012 

1308 

14732 

3283 

1098 

8376 

10998 

11653 

12997 

14215 

12864 

12262 

10366 



60 



PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 



Law No. and 


Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


Law No 


AND Bill No. 


89-439- --H.R. 


12463 


89-476-- 


.S. 


2142 


89-513-- 


.H.R. 


13417 


89-550.- 


-H.R. 


17419 


89-440.- -H.R. 


12657 


89-477-- 


-H.R. 


7042 


89-514-- 


.H.J. Res. 


1178 


89-551-- 


-H.R. 


8760 


89-441---S. 


265 


89-478- 


.S. 


1495 


89-515-- 


.H.R. 


14312 


89-552.. 


-H.R. 


13298 


89-442- __ H.R. 


10476 


89-479.- 


.H.R. 


7402 


89-516-- 


.H.R. 


10607 


89-553.- 


-S. 


602 


89-443.- -H.J. Res. 763 


89-480-- 


.H.R. 


13431 


89-517-- 


.H.R. 


9599 


89-554-- 


-H.R. 


10104 


89-444- --S. 


2471 


89-481-- 


.H.J. Res 


1180 


89-518-- 


.H.R. 


8337 


89-555-- 


-H.R. 


14921 


89-445- -.H.R. 


12264 


89-482-- 


.H.R. 


14025 


89-519- 


.H.R. 


15860 


89-556- 


-H.R. 


14596 


89-446-- -H.R. 


10451 


89-483.. 


.H.R. 


13125 


89-520- 


.S. 


3150 


89-557.. 


-S. 


490 


89-447- --S. 


2267 


89-484. - 


.S. 


3368 


89-521-- 


.H.R. 


14888 


89-558-. 


-H.R. 


2653 


89-448_--S. 


1761 


89-485- - 


.H.R. 


7371 


89-522-- 


.S. 


3093 


89-559- 


-H.R. 


9824 


89-449.- S.J. 


Res. 160 


89-486-. 


.S. 


693 


89-523-- 


.H.R. 


318 


89-560.- 


-S. 


9f)2 


89-450... S.J. 


Res. 161 


89-487-- 


.S. 


1160 


89-524-- 


-S. 


2948 


89-561.. 


-S. 


3034 


89-451---H.R. 


15151 


89-488.. 


-H.R. 


10721 


89-525-- 


-S. 


2822 


89-562.. 


.s. 


3700 


89-452. --S. 


2421 


89-489.- 


.H.R. 


1582 


89-526- 


-H.R. 


8317 


89-563.. 


-S. 


3005 


89-453. --S. 


2469 


89-490-. 


.H.R. 


12270 


89-527-. 


.H.R. 


139 


89-564.. 


.S. 


3052 


89-454. --S. 


944 


89-491-. 


.S.J. Res. 


162 


89-528.- 


.H.R. 


14324 


89-565.- 


.S. 


489 


89-455.- -H.R. 


11748 


89-492-. 


.H.R. 


13822 


89-529-- 


.H.R. 


13374 


89-566- 


.s. 


3688 


89-456._-H.R. 


706 


89-493-. 


.S. 


1611 


89-530.. 


.H.R. 


12389 


89-567- 


.H.R. 


13703 


89-457--H.R. 


6646 


89-494-- 


.H.R. 


11439 


89-531-- 


.S. 


3249 


89-568-. 


.s. 


3105 


89-458.. -H.R. 


3957 


89-495-- 


.H.R. 


136 


89-532-. 


.S. 


3498 


89-569.. 


-H.R. 


15858 


89-459.. .H.R. 


10431 


89-496.- 


.H.R. 


3438 


89-533-. 


.H.R. 


11980 


89-570-. 


-.H.R. 


4665 


89-460.- -H.R. 


13366 


89-497-- 


.H.R. 


12232 


89-534-- 


.H.R. 


3013 


89-571-- 


-H.R. 


3999 


89-461--H.R. 


13768 


89-498-- 


.H.R. 


3788 


89-535- _ 


_S. 


2412 


89-572-. 


-S. 


3418 


89-462--H.R. 


13769 


89-499-- 


.H.R. 


3976 


89-536- . 


-H.R. 


7327 


89-573-. 


-H.R. 


12328 


89-463- -H.R. 


13770 


89-500-- 


.H.R. 


7423 


89-537-- 


-H.R. 


15225 


89-574-. 


_S. 


3155 


89-464-. H.R. 


13773 


89-501-- 


.S. 


2950 


89-538-. 


-H.R. 


14875 


89-575- 


-H.R. 


12461 


89-465... S. 


1357 


89-502-. 


.H.R. 


12322 


89-539-- 


-H.R. 


13772 


89-576- 


-H.R. 


13284 


89-466.--H.R. 


3177 


89-503-. 


.S. 


2266 


89-540-- 


-H.R. 


15485 


89-577- 


--H.R. 


8989 


89-467.--H.R. 


9961 


89-504-. 


.H.R. 


14122 


89-541-. 


-H.R. 


10284 


89-578-. 


-H.R. 


13558 


89-468- -H.R. 


12676 


89-505-- 


.H.R. 


13652 


89-542-- 


-S. 


3484 


89-579- 


-H.R. 


399 


89-469. --H.R. 


10357 


89-506-. 


.H.R. 


13650 


89-543-. 


.H.R. 


11671 


89-580- 


.-H.R. 


7446 


89-470.- -H.R. 


5984 


89-507-- 


.H.R. 


14182 


89-544-. 


.H.R. 


13881 


89-581- 


-H.R. 


790 


89-471---H.R. 


15124 


89-508-. 


.H.R. 


13651 


89-545-. 


-H.R. 


15456 


89-582- 


.-H.R. 


8000 


89-472-- -H.R. 


15202 


89-509-. 


-H.R. 


6125 


89-546- - 


.H.J. Res 


. 810 


89-583- 


-H.R. 


15750 


89-473-- -H.R. 


6438 


89-510-. 


.S. 


2999 


89-547-. 


.H.J. Res 


. 1207 


89-584- 


.-S. 


2747 


89-474-- -H.R. 


14266 


89-511-- 


.H.R. 


14050 


89-548-. 


-H.R. 


13277 


89^585- 


.-H.R. 


8058 


89-475-- -H.R. 


6515 


89-512-. 


.H.R. 


1535 


89-549-. 


.H.J. Res 


1284 


89-586- 


--S. 


112 



61 



PIJHLIC I.AWS AND RESOUTTIONS 



Law No. and Bill No. 


Law Nc 


). AND Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


89-587-- -II. H. 


1066 


S9-625.- 


.H.R. 


11927 


89-663.- 


.H.R. 


3596 


89-701 - . 


-S. 


2720 


89-588. -.S. 


2366 


S9-626-. 


-H.R. 


12664 


89-664.. 


.S. 


491 


89-702- 


s. 


2102 


89- 589... S. 


2858 


89-627-. 


.11. R. 


12119 


89-665.- 


.S. 


3035 


89-703- 


1 1. J. Res 


1001 


89-590. -.S. 


3576 


89-628- 


.H.R. 


16940 


89-666- . 


S. 


1607 


89-704.. 


.H.J. Res 


1322 


89-591... II. R. 


11087 


89-629.. 


.II.R. 


13012 


89-667-- 


.H.R. 


698 


89-705.. 


.H.R. 


203 


89-592... S. 


3354 


89-630.. 


.H.R. 


12352 


89-668- . 


-H.R. 


8678 


89-706.. 


.H.R. 


647 


89-593.. .H.R. 


14904 


89-631.. 


.H.R. 


16863 


89-669.. 


.H.R. 


9424 


89-707.- 


.H.R. 


872 


89-594... H.R. 


10823 


89-632-. 


.S. 


2393 


89-670.. 


.H.R. 


15963 


89-708.- 


-H.R. 


2600 


89-595... S.J. Res. 


178 


89-633.- 


.H.R. 


15510 


89-671.. 


.S. 


3423 


89-709- 


-H.R. 


3348 


89-596... S. 


254 


89-634.. 


-H.J. Res 


688 


89-672.. 


.S. 


3460 


89-710.. 


.H.R. 


3993 


89-597... H.R. 


14026 


89-635.. 


-S. 


1356 


89-673-- 


-S. 


2463 


89-711.. 


.H.R. 


5958 


89-598... S. 


2263 


89-636-- 


.H.R. 


14019 


89-674-. 


.S. 


1310 


89-712.. 


.H.R. 


5990 


89-599... S. 


3051 


89-637- - 


-S.J. Res. 


197 


89-675- 


.S. 


3112 


89-713.. 


.H.R. 


6958 


89-600... H.R. 


14205 


89-638-- 


.S. 


2070 


89-676- 


.S. 


3704 


89-714.. 


.H.R. 


7382 


89-601. -.H.R. 


13712 


89-639-- 


.H.R. 


16608 


89-677- 


.S. 


801 


89-715-. 


-H.R. 


7648 


89-602.. -S. 


3625 


89-640- . 


.S. 


2540 


89-678.- 


.S. 


3809 


89-716-- 


-H.R. 


7973 


89-603.- -H.R. 


11488 


89-641-. 


.H.R. 


16557 


89-679.. 


.S.J. Res. 


153 


89-717-- 


-H.R. 


8917 


89-604 — H.R. 


6686 


89-642-. 


-S. 


3467 


89-680.- 


-H.R. 


266 


89-718-. 


.H.R. 


9778 


89-605-. H.R. 


13508 


89-643.. 


-S. 


3080 


89-681- 


.H.R. 


1665 


89-719.. 


-H.R. 


11256 


89-606... H.R. 


15005 


89-644- - 


-H.R. 


10860 


89-682- 


-H.R. 


3314 


89-720.- 


-H.R. 


11475 


89-607-. -H.R. 


3041 


89-645-- 


-S. 


3830 


89-683-- 


.H.R. 


17119 


89-721.- 


-H.R. 


11660 


89-608 --.H.R. 


11979 


89-646. . 


-S.J. Res. 


108 


89-684-- 


-H.R. 


8126 


89-722-- 


-H.R. 


11782 


89-609-- -H.R. 


420 


89-647-- 


_S. 


3096 


89-685- 


-H.R. 


15098 


89-723-- 


-H.R. 


13320 


89-610-- -H.R. 


11487 


89-648- . 


-S. 


3807 


89-686.- 


-H.R. 


15662 


89-724-- 


.H.R. 


13370 


89-611 --.H.J. Res 


. 1308 


89-649-. 


-S. 


2434 


89-687.. 


-H.R. 


15941 


89-725-. 


-H.R. 


13448 


89-612.- -H.R. 


16330 


89-650-. 


-H.R. 


9916 


89-688.- 


.H.R. 


16559 


89-726.. 


.H.R. 


13661 


89-613-- -H.R. 


16367 


89-651-. 


-H.R. 


8664 


89-689- 


-H.R. 


17787 


S*J-727.. 


.H.R. 


13935 


89-614-- -H.R. 


14088 


89-652.. 


-H.R. 


5297 


89-690-- 


-H.R. 


16646 


89-728.. 


.H.R. 


13982 


89-615- -S. 


3261 


89-653-. 


-H.R. 


8034 


89-691- 


-H.R. 


17788 


89-729.. 


.H.R. 


14075 


89-616- -S. 


3510 


89-654-. 


-S. 


3433 


89-692.- 


-H.R. 


16774 


89-730.. 


.H.R. 


14347 


89-617.--S. 


1474 


89-655-. 


-H.R. 


10633 


89-693-- 


-H.R. 


16813 


89-731.- 


.H.R. 


14741 


89-618-. -S. 


2287 


89-656.. 


-H.R. 


12437 


89-694- 


-H.R. 


17190 


89-732.. 


-H.R. 


15183 


89-619... S. 


3353 


89-657- 


-H.R. 


722 


89-695- 


_S. 


3158 


89-733.. 


-H.R. 


15335 


89-620.. -S. 


3421 


89-658-. 


.-S. 


2218 


89-696-. 


_S. 


3834 


89-734.. 


-H.R. . 


15727 


89-621-.-H.R. 


483 


89-659- 


-H.R. 


7466 


89-697-. 


-H.R. 


18381 


89-735.. 


-H.R. 


15748 


89- 622— H.R. 


5852 


89-660- 


-H.R. 


10747 


89-698-. 


-H.R. 


14643 


89-736.. 


-H.R. 


16074 


89-623..- H.R. 


7850 


89-661- 


-H.R. 


10674 


89-699-. 


-H.R. 


17285 


89-737-- 


-H.R. 


16114 


89-624- -H.R. 


9976 


89-662- 


.-S. 


3715 


89-700-. 


-H.R. 


14355 


89-738- - 


-H.R. 


16394 



62 



PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-739__ 
8»-740__ 
89-741. _. 
89-642 __ 
89-743- _ 
89-744 _- 
89-745.- 
89-746-- 
89-747-- 
89-748-- 
89-749-- 
89-750- _ 
89-751-- 
89-752- _ 
89-753-- 
89-754- - 
89-755- . 
89-756- _ 
89-757-. 
89-758-. 
89-759-. 
89-760-. 
89-761-. 
89-762- 
89-763- 
89-764- 
89-765- 
89-766- 
89-767- 
89-768- 
89-769- 
89-770- 
89-771- 
89-772- 
89-773- 
89-774- 
89-775- 



H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 
-S. 
-S. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
.-S. 
,-S. 
-S. 
.-S. 

.-S. 
.-S. 
.-S. 
.-S.J. Res 

.-S. 
.-S. 
.-S. 
.-S. 
--S. 
_-S. 
_.H.R. 



17271 
17376 
17451 

17588 
17636 
17637 
17798 
18019 
18217 
18284 
3008 
13161 
13196 
14644 
2947 
3708 
985 
3298 
2266 
12360 
15024 
84 
360 
1496 
476 
1349 
1556 
1760 
3148 
133 
1861 
2829 
2979 
3230 
3254 
3488 
10304 



89-776-- 
89-777-- 

89-778.- 

89-779-- 

89-780-- 

89-781-- 

89-782- _ 

89-783-. 

89-784-. 

89-785-. 

89-786-. 

89-787- 

89-788- 

89-789- 

89-790- 

89-791- 

89-792- 

89-793- 

89-794- 

89-795- 

89-796- 

89-797- 

89-798- 

89-799- 

89-800- 

89-801- 

89-802- 

89-803- 

89-804- 

89-805. 

89-806. 

89-807. 

89-808. 

89-809. 

89-810. 



-H.R. 
-H.R. 

-S. 

-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
-S. 

-H.R. 
.-S. 
-H.R. 
-H.R. 
..H.R. 
.-H.R. 
--H.R. 
_-H.R. 
--H.R. 
--S. 
_-H.R. 
--H.R. 
--S.J. Res, 
_-H.R. 
_-H.R. 
--S. 
_-S. 
--S. 
.-H.R. 
--H.R. 
--S. 
--H.R. 
-.H.R. 
--H.R. 



9985 

10327 

3391 

18021 
3675 
6103 
14615 
17658 
3466 
11631 
2338 
14745 
3389 
18233 
14604 
16958 
16715 
9167 
15111 
11555 
688 
18119 
13551 
167 
17607 
15766 
3887 
1319 
2893 
8436 
11216 
2770 
14929 
13103 
15857 



63 



PRIVATE LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 

EIGHTY-NINTPI CONGRESS 



Law No. and Bili 


-No. 


Law No. and Bili 


, No. 


Law No. and Bill 


No. 


Law No 


. and Bill 


No. 


First Session 




8»-34..- 


-S. 


1008 


89-68... 


-H.R. 


2678 


89-102-. 


.S. 


1198 


89-1 H.R. 


4338 


89-35... 


.S. 


678 


89-69... 


-H.R. 


2871 


89-103-- 


-H.R. 


3128 


89-2 H.R. 


1870 


89-36... 


.S. 


45 


89-70. - . 


.H.R. 


3292 


89-104-- 


-H.R. 


3684 


89-3 H.R. 


2354 


89-37... 


.s. 


125 


89-71... 


-H.R. 


6719 


89-105-- 


.H.R. 


8218 


89-4 H.R. 


1453 


89-38... 


.s. 


207 


89-72- _. 


.S. 


440 


89-106-- 


.S. 


402 


89-5 H.R. 


3899 


89-39... 


.s. 


263 


89-73... 


.s. 


853 


89-107-- 


-S. 


450 


89-6 H.R. 


2139 


89-40... 


-S. 


442 


89-74-.- 


.H.R. 


1402 


89-108-- 


.s. 


618 


89-7 H.R. 


2299 


89-41... 


.s. 


570 


89-75--. 


.S. 


135 


89-109-- 


-S. 


1111 


89-8 H.R. 


3051 


89-42... 


.s. 


582 


89-76--- 


.s. 


136 


89-110-- 


.s. 


1390 


89-9 H.R. 


3074 


89-43... 


.s. 


616 


89-77--- 


-S. 


454 


89-111-- 


.H.R. 


1395 


89-10 S. 


856 


89-44... 


.s. 


826 


89-78... 


-S. 


521 


89-112-- 


.H.R. 


2926 


89-11 H.R. 


1236 


89-45... 


.s. 


916 


89-79--. 


.s. 


828 


89-113-- 


.H.R. 


2933 


89-12 H.R. 


1306 


89-46-.. 


.s. 


954 


89-80... 


.s. 


879 


89-114-- 


.H.R. 


9854 


89-13 H.R. 


3634 


89-47... 


.s. 


1103 


89-81... 


-S. 


971 


89-115.- 


.H.R. 


2694 


89-14 H.R. 


3638 


89-48-. - 


.s. 


1498 


89-82... 


.s. 


1084 


89-116-- 


.H.R. 


3765 


89-15 S. 


571 


89-49..- 


.H.R. 


4024 


89-83... 


.s. 


1170 


89-117-- 


.H.R. 


4596 


89-16 H.R. 


3625 


89-50... 


-H.R. 


4025 


89-84-.. 


.s. 


1186 


89-118-- 


.H.R. 


5839 


89-17__--H.R. 


1217 


89-51... 


.H.R. 


5819 


89-85. . . 


.s. 


1209 


89-119-- 


.H.R. 


5903 


89-18_--.H.R. 


1374 


89-52... 


.H.R. 


1291 


89-86... 


-H.R. 


2305 


89-120-- 


.H.R. 


8212 


89-19— -H.R. 


1487 


89-53--- 


.S. 


69 


89-87... 


-H.R. 


8351 


89-121.. 


-H.R. 


8352 


89-20— -H.R. 


1889 


89-54--- 


.s. 


97 


89-88... 


-S. 


192 


89-122.. 


.H.R. 


1221 


89-21. ._ -H.R. 


2881 


89-55--. 


-S. 


134 


89-89... 


-S. 


586 


89-123.. 


.H.R. 


3062 


89-22. ._. H.R. 


2913 


89-56- _- 


.s. 


572 


89-90___ 


_s. 


653 


89-124.. 


-H.R. 


3337 


89-23 H.R. 


1314 


89-57_-. 


.s. 


1138 


89-91... 


_s. 


703 


89-125.. 


.H.R. 


7682 


89-24 H.R. 


1322 


89-58_-_ 


_s. 


1196 


89-92--. 


-S. 


861 


89-126.. 


.H.R. 


7090 


89-25 H.R. 


70 


89-59... 


.s. 


1267 


89-93___ 


-S. 


1919 


89-127. . 


-H.R. 


4603 


89-26 H.R. 


1987 


89-60--. 


.H.R. 


1481 


89-94--. 


-S. 


76 


89-128.- 


.H.R. 


2772 


89-27 H.R. 


2012 


89-61... 


.H.R. 


10132 


89-95--. 


-S. 


517 


89-129-- 


-H.R. 


2358 


89-28.- -.H.R. 


2499 


89-62... 


-H.R. 


3750 


89-96-- 


.-S. 


573 


89-130-- 


.H.R. 


1274 


89-29 H.R. 


4131 


89-63... 


.H.R. 


4719 


89-97 _ _ 


.-S. 


584 


89-131-. 


.S. 


322 


89-30 H.R. 


9041 


89-64... 


.H.R. 


10342 


89-98 __ 


._s. 


614 


89-132-. 


.S. 


611 


89-31 H.R. 


1989 


89-65... 


.H.R. 


1443 


89-99- - 


._s. 


1736 


89-133-. 


.s. 


779 


89-32 H.R. 


2351 


89-66... 


.H.R. 


1627 


89-100_ 


._H.J. Res. 


504 


89-134-. 


-S. 


1012 


89-33 H.R. 


2360 


89-67... 


.H.R. 


1820 


89-101_ 


-H.R. 


1892 


89-135-. 


.s. 


1397 



64 



PRIVATE LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 



Law N 


O. AND 


Bill No. 


Law No. and 


Bill No. 


Law No. and 


Bill No. 


Law No 


AND Bill No. 


89-136-. 


.S. 


1775 


89-174.- 


-H.R. 


4832 


89-212.. .S. 


149 


89-249.. 


.H.R. 


5533 


89-137- . 


-S. 
..H.R. 


1873 
6726 


89-175-. 


-H.R. 


8272 


89-213... S. 
89-214... S. 


919 
1647 


89-250.. 
89-251.. 


.H.R. 
.H.R. 


8219 


89-138-. 


89-176-. 


-H.R. 


8646 


8833 


89-139.. 


.H.R. 
.H.R. 


6819 


89-177-- 
89-178-- 


-H.R. 
-H.R. 


9588 
1393 


Second Session 
89-215. -.S. 1407 


89-252.. 
89-253.. 


-H.R. 
.H.R. 


9643 


89-140-. 


5457 


10133 


89-141.. 


-H.R. 


5554 


89-179-- 


-H.R. 


2762 


89-216-- -S. 


577 


89-254.. 


.H.R. 


10838 


89-142., 


.H.R. 


5904 


89-180-. 


.H.R. 


2906 


89-217... S. 


851 


89-255.. 


.H.R. 


12396 


89-143.- 


-H.R. 


6229 


89-181-. 


.H.R. 


3126 


89-218... S. 


1520 


89-256-. 


.H.R. 


1233 


89-144.- 


-H.R. 


6235 


89-182-. 


-H.R. 


6312 


89-219... H.R. 


5831 


89-257-. 


.H.R. 


3774 


89-145.. 


.H.R. 


8457 


89-183.. 


.H.R. 


6655 


89-220. -.H.R. 


1484 


89-258-. 


.H.R. 


5003 


89-146.. 


.H.R. 


9521 


89-184-. 


.H.R. 


6720 


89-221-. .H.R. 


4928 


89-259.- 


.S. 


2307 


89-147.. 


.H.R. 


1319 


89-185-- 


-H.R. 


7282 


89-222... H.R. 


1918 


89-260.. 


.H.R. 


11227 


89-148.. 


.H.R. 


3515 


89-186.. 


.H.R. 


7357 


89-223... H.R. 


3076 


89-261-- 


-H.R. 


1240 


89-149.- 


.H.R. 


9526 


89-187-. 


.H.R. 


7608 


89-224... H.R. 


3236 


89-262-- 


.H.R. 


5204 


89-150.. 


.H.R. 


1311 


89-185-. 


-H.R. 


8135 


89-225 ...H.R. 


4995 


89-263.- 


.H.R. 


6590 


89-151-. 


.H.R. 


1836 


89-189-. 


.H.R. 


10256 


88-226.. -H.R. 


5231 


89-264.. 


.H.R. 


8793 


89-152.. 


-H.R. 


2005 


89-190-. 


-H.R. 


10292 


89-227 -..H.R. 


5973 


89-265.. 


-H.R. 


9302 


89-153-. 


-H.R. 


2285 


89-191.. 


.H.R. 


1218 


89-228... H.R. 


7667 


89-266-- 


.H.R. 


10994 


89-154-. 


-H.R. 


2557 


89-192-. 


-H.R. 


5217 


89-229-.. H.R. 


10338 


89-267.. 


-S. 


822 


89-155.. 


.H.R. 


2757 


89-193.- 


.H.R. 


6906 


89-230. -.H.R. 


5530 


89-268.- 


-H.R. 


1407 


89-156-. 


.H.R. 


3288 


89-194.. 


.H.R. 


7453 


89-231.. -H.R. 


10403 


89-269.- 


-H.R. 


1414 


89-157-. 


.H.R. 


3669 


89-195-. 


.H.R. 


8232 


89-232-- -H.R. 


4599 


89-270.. 


.H.R. 


4083 


89-158.. 


.H.R. 


3770 


89-196-. 


.H.R. 


9351 


89-233... S. 


1049 


89-271.. 


.H.R. 


4437 


89-159-. 


-H.R. 


4078 


89-197-. 


.H.R. 


9587 


89-234. -.H.R. 


2752 


89-272.. 


.H.R. 


4458 


89-160.. 


.H.R. 


4203 


89-198-. 


.H.R. 


1317 


89-235- -.H.R. 


2938 


89-273.. 


.H.R. 


4584 


89-161-. 


.H.R. 


1409 


89-199.. 


.H.R. 


2565 


89-236... H.R. 


2939 


89-274.. 


.H.R. 


4602 


89-162-- 


-H.R. 


1644 


89-200.- 


-H.R. 


3905 


89-237... H.R. 


3875 


89-275.. 


.H.R. 


7508 


89-163-- 


-H.R. 


4137 


89-201.. 


.H.R. 


4088 


89-238 -..H.R. 


4743 


89-276.. 


.H.R. 


8865 


89-164-. 


.H.R. 


4194 


89-202.- 


.H.R. 


5006 


89-239 ...H.R. 


6112 


89-277.. 


.H.R. 


11718 


89-165-. 


-H.R. 


4464 


89-203-. 


.S. 


619 


89-240.- -H.R. 


9442 


89-278. - 


.H.R. 


12031 


89-166-- 


-H.R. 


8350 


89-204-. 


.H.R. 


3079 


89-241.- -H.R. 


8647 


89-279.- 


-H.R. 


10220 


89-167-. 


.S. 


337 


89-205.. 


.H.R. 


8353 


89-242... H.R. 


1903 


89-280.- 


-S. 


642 


89-168-. 


.S. 


343 


89-206.- 


-H.R. 


2303 


89-243. --S. 


518 


89-281.- 


-S. 


2104 


89-169-- 


-S. 


374 


89-207.. 


.H.R. 


2571 


89-244. - . S. 


943 


89-282.. 


-S. 


2663 


89-170-- 


-S. 


711 


89-208.- 


-H.R. 


6666 


89-245 -.-S. 


1748 


89-283.. 


.H.R. 


3233 


89-171.. 


.s. 


2039 


89-209.. 


.H.R. 


9903 


89-246... S. 


2696 


89-284.. 


.H.R. 


5552 


89-172.- 


-H.R. 


1386 


89-210.. 


.H.R. 


10097 


89-247... H.R. 


2290 


89-285- - 


.H.R. 


7354 


89-173-- 


-H.R. 


2578 


89-211.. 


.H.R. 


10878 


89-248.. .H.R. 


3692 


89-286-- 


.H.R. 


11940 



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PRIVATE LAWS AND RESOLTITIONS 



Law No. and 


BlLL No. 


Law No. and 


Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND 


Bill No. 


Law No 


. AND Bill No. 


89-287-. -H.R. 


12315 


S()-325.--S. 


2945 


89-363.. 


-H.R. 


5912 


89-401 _ - 


11. 1{. 


1()H4() 


89-288-. -H.R. 


12884 


89-326-. -S. 


2946 


89-364.. 


.H.R. 


9520 


89-402.- 


JI.1{. 


10876 


89-289.. -H.R. 


1822 


Si)-327.-.S. 


3189 


89-365.. 


-H.R. 


14754 


89-403-- 


-H.R. 


11224 


89-290-. H.R. 


2681 


89-328. --S. 


3272 


89-366-. 


-S. 


1375 


89-404- . 


.H.H. 


11254 


89-291---H.R. 


1483 


89-329- --S. 


2626 


89-367-. 


-H.R. 


1269 


89-405- . 


.H.R. 


11467 


89-292. ..H.R. 


2270 


89- 330--. S. 


146 


89-368.. 


.H.R. 


1328 


89-406.. 


.H.R. 


11570 


89-293- -H.R. 


3671 


89- 331. --S. 


153 


89-369-. 


.H.R. 


1388 


89-407.. 


.H.R. 


11590 


89-294 --.H.R. 


10656 


89-332--S. 


766 


89-370-. 


.H.R. 


2129 


89-408.. 


.H.R. 


11617 


89-295. -H.R. 


11347 


89-333-. S. 


1449 


89-371.. 


.H.R. 


3500 


89-409- . 


.H.R. 


11640 


89-296-- -H.R. 


2349 


89-334— S. 


1571 


89-372.. 


.H.R. 


3526 


89-410-. 


.H.R. 


11676 


89-297- -.H.R. 


7671 


89-335— S. 


2177 


89-373.. 


.H.R. 


3530 


89-411.. 


.H.R. 


11952 


89-298.. -H.R. 


11038 


89-336... S. 


2265 


89-374.. 


.H.R. 


3531 


89-412.. 


-H.R. 


11957 


89-299... H.R. 


12950 


89-337... S. 


2555 


89-375.. 


.H.R. 


3536 


89-413-. 


.H.R. 


12317 


89-300.. -H.R. 


3078 


89-338-. S. 


2800 


89-376.. 


.H.R. 


3689 


89-414.. 


-H.R. 


12512 


89-301. ..H.R. 


4861 


89-339... S. 


2854 


89-377.. 


.H.R. 


3756 


89-415.- 


-H.R. 


12781 


89-302. -.H.R. 


6305 


89-340... S. 


2973 


89-378-- 


-H.R. 


3879 


89-416.- 


-H.R. 


12826 


89-303- -.H.R. 


7141 


89-341. ..H.R. 


8699 


89-379-- 


-H.R. 


4077 


89-417.- 


.H.R. 


12920 


89-304... H.R. 


10990 


89- 342.. .H.R. 


11253 


89-380-- 


.H.R. 


4454 


89-418-. 


.H.R. 


13101 


89-305.-. .H.R. 


4075 


89-343... S. 


196 


89-381.- 


.H.R. 


5622 


89-419. - 


-H.R. 


13192 


89-306--. H.R. 


6606 


89-344... S. 


373 


89-382.- 


.H.R. 


5969 


89-420.- 


.H.R. 


13682 


89-307... H.R. 


11271 


89-345---S. 


2295 


89-383-. 


-H.R. 


6035 


89-421.- 


-HR. 


13683 


89-308. ..H.R. 


11844 


89-346-.. S. 


1468 


89-384.- 


.H.R. 


6115 


89-422.- 


-H R. 


13800 


89-309-. -H.R. 


14514 


89-347... S. 


2091 


89-385-. 


-H.R. 


6226 


89-423.- 


-H R. 


14173 


89-310-.. S. 


1684 


89-348. -.S. 


3500 


89-386-. 


-H.R. 


6443 


89-424.- 


-H R. 


14174 


89-311. ..H.R. 


11251 


89-349. -.S. 


405 


89-387.. 


-H.R. 


6899 


89-425.- 


-H R. 


14233 


89-312-- -H.R. 


14379 


89-350- -.S. 


1275 


89-388.. 


-H.R. 


7026 


89-426. - 


-H R. 


14517 


89-313--. S. 


2838 


89-351 --.S. 


2106 


89-389- - 


-H.R. 


7341 


89-427.- 


-H R. 


14525 


89-314-.. S. 


372 


89-352... S. 


2457 


89-390-. 


.H.R. 


8614 


89-428. - 


-HR. 


14819 


89-315.-. S. 


993 


89-353. -.S. 


2587 


89-391.. 


.H.R. 


8937 


89-429. - 


-HR. 


14864 


89-316._-S. 


1120 


89-354. -.S. 


2640 


89-392-. 


.H.R. 


9213 


89-430-- 


-H R. 


14920 


89-317... S. 


2348 


89-355- --S. 


2738 


89-393-- 


.H.R. 


9217 


89-431-- 


-H R. 


14984 


89-318... S. 


2376 


89-356 -..S. 


2739 


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9348 


89-432-- 


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15014 


89-319... S. 


2447 


89-357- -.S. 


2761 


89-395-. 


.H.R. 


10249 


89-433- . 


.H R. 


15251 


89-320.. -S. 


2529 


89-358... S. 


2771 


89-396.. 


.H.R. 


10253 


89-434-- 


-HR. 


15297 


89-32 l-.-S. 


2789 


89-359... S. 


3106 


89-397-. 


.H.R. 


10259 


89-435.- 


-H R. 


15488 


89-322... S. 


2796 


89-360... S. 


3238 


89-398-. 


-H.R. 


10288 


89-436-. 


.H R. 


16522 


89-323-. -S. 


2865 


89-361-- -H.R. 


3104 


89-399.- 


.H.R. 


10662 


89-437.. 


.H.R. 


16610 


89-324... S. 


2869 


89-362... H.R. 


5213 


89-400-. 


-H.R. 


10832 


89-438. . 


.H.R. 


16977 


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PRIVATE LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



Law No. and Bill No. 



89-439-- 


-H.R. 


17260 


89-440-- 


-H.R. 


17261 


89-441-- 


-H.R. 


18033 


89-442-- 


-H.R. 


8358 


89-443. - 


-H.R. 


12237 


89-444-_ 


-H.R. 


14990 


89-445-- 


-S. 


690 


89-446__ 


-S. 


769 


89-447 __ 


-S. 


1068 


89-448-. 


-S. 


1101 


89-449-- 


-S. 


1137 


89-450- _ 


.s. 


1572 


89-451-. 


-S. 


2010 


89-452 _. 


-S. 


2040 


89-453 _. 


.s. 


2109 


89-454- 


..s. 


2222 


89-455 _ 


--S. 


2451 


89-456- 


..s. 


2491 


89-457 _ 


.-S. 


2500 


89-458- 


..s. 


2621 


89-459- 


..s. 


2750 


89-460. 


.-S. 


2751 


89-461. 


..s. 


2763 


89-462- 


.-S. 


2798 


89-463. 


.-S. 


2801 


89-464. 


..s. 


3209 


89-465- 


-.S. 


3222 


89-466. 


--S. 


3258 


89-467. 


.-S. 


3318 


89-468. 


..s. 


3358 


89-469- 


--H.R. 


9036 


89-470. 


.-H.R. 


14749 


89-471. 


..H.R. 


10151 


89-472- 


.-S. 


195 


89-473- 


.-S. 


1661 



07 



HOUSE BILLS WHICH HAVE BECOME PUBLIC LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

U.K. - -- An act to protect the public health and safety by amending the Federal Food, Drug and 

Cosmetic Act to establish special controls for depressant and stimulant drugs and coun- 
terfeit drugs, and for other purposes. Approved July 15, 1905. Public Law 89-74. 

H. R. 23 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to initiate with the several States a coopera- 
tive program for the conservation, development, and enhancement of the Nation's 
anadromous fish, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-304. 

n.R. 45 An act to amend the Inter-American Development Bank Act to authorize the United States 

to pixrticipate in an increase in the resources of the Fund for Special Operations of the 
Inter-American Development Bank. Approved Mar. 24, 1965. Public Law 89-6. 

II. R. 66 An act to authorize the Board of Parole of the District of Columbia to discharge a parolee 

from supervision prior to the expiration of the maximum term or terms for which he was 
sentenced. Approved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-24. 

H.R. 89 An act to authorize establishment of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, 

and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-158. 

H.R. 168 An act to amend title 38 of the United States Code to provide increases in the rates of 

disabilitv compensation, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Public Law 
89-311." 

H.R. 205 An act to amend ch. 35 of title 38 of the United States Code in order to increase the educa- 
tional assistance allowances payable under the war orphans' educational assistance 
program, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-222. 

H.R. 206 An act to provide a realistic cost-of-living increase in rates of subsistence allowances paid 

to disabled veterans pursuing vocational rehabilitation training. Approved Aug. 26, 
1965. Public Law 89-137. 

H.R. 208 An act to amend ch. 31 of title 38, United States Code, to extend to seriously disabled 

veterans the same liberalization of time limits for pursuing vocational rehabilitation 
training as was authorized for blinded veterans by Public Law 87-591, and to clarify the 
language of the law relating to the limiting of periods for pursuing such training. Ap)- 
proved Aug. 26, 1965. Public Law 89-138. 

H.R. 214 An act to amend sec. 2104 of title 38, United States Code, to extend the time for filing 

certain claims for mustering-out payments, and, effective Julv 1, 1966, to repeal ch. 43 
of title 38 of the United States Code. Approved June 24, "l965. Public Law 89-50. 

H.R. 225 An act to amend ch. 1 of title 38, United States Code, and incorporate therein specific 

statutorv authority for the Presidential memorial certificate program. Approved July 
24, 1965. Public Law 89-88. 

H.R. 227 An act to amend title 38 of the United States Code to entitle the children of certain veterans 

who served in the Armed Forces prior to Sept. 16, 1940, to benefit under the war orphans 
educational assistance program. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. I'uuiic Law 89-349. 

H.R. 237 An act to make certain provisions in connection with the construction of the Garrison 

diversion unit, Missouri River Basin project, by the Secretary of the Interior. Ap- 
proved Aug. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-108. 

H.R. 485 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the 

Auburn-Folsom unit, American River division, Central Valley project, California, under 
Federal reclamation laws. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-161. 

H.R. 496 An act to designate lock and dam 3 on the Cape Fear River, N.C., as the William O. Huske 

lock and dam. Approved Sept. 10, 1965. Public Law 89-177. 

H.R. 546 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to adjust the legislative jurisdiction exercised 

by the United States over lands within Camp McCoy MiUtary Reservation, Wis. 
Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-144. 

H.R. 724 An act to authorize the transfer of certain Canal Zone prisoners to the custody of the 

Attorney General. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-267. 

H.R. 725 An act to clarify the responsibility for marking of obstructions in navigable waters. 

Approved Sept. 17, 1965. Public Law 89-191. 

H.R. 727 An act to provide for the administration of the Coast Guard Band. Approved Sept. 17, 

1965. Public Law 89-189. 

H.R. 728 An act to amend sec. 510 of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. 

Public Law 89-254. 

H.R. 797 An act to establish the Whiskey town-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area in the 

State of California, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89- 
336. 

H.R. 806 An act to amend the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act to permit the listing on 

labels of certain fibers constituting less than 5 per centum of a textile fiber product. 
Approved June 5, 1965. PubUc Law 89-35. 

H.R. 821 An act for the relief of the town of Kure Beach, N.C. Approved June 12, 1965. Public 

Law 89-38. 



68 

H.R. 881 An act to authorize the establishment of the Alibates Quarries and Texas Panhandle Pueblo 

Culture National Monument. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-154. 

H.R. 903 An act to add certain lands to the Kings Canyon National Park in the State of California, 

and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-111. 

H.R. 948 An act to amend pt. II of the District of Columbia Code relating to divorce, legal separation, 

and annulment of marriage in the District of Columbia. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-217. 

H.R. 1044 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to convey to the city of Norfolk, State of 

Virginia, certain lands in the city of Norfolk, State of Virginia, in exchange for certain 
other lands. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-179. 

H.R. 1496 An act to authorize the release of certain quantities of zinc, lead, and copper from either 

the national stockpile or the supplemental stockpile, or both. Approved Apr. 2, 1965. 
Public Law 89-9. 

H.R. 1732 An act to extend the act of Sept. 26, 1961, relating to allotment and assignment of pay, to 

cover the Government Printing Office, and for other purposes. Approved June 24, 1965. 
Public Law 89-47. 

H.R. 1763 An act to amend sec. 1825 of title 28 of the United States Code to authorize the payment of 

witness fees in habeas corpus cases and in proceedings to vacate sentence under sec. 2255 
of title 28 for persons who are authorized to proceed in forma pauperis. Approved 
Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-162. 

H.R. 1771 An act to establish a 5-day workweek for postmasters, and for other purposes. Approved 

Aug. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-116. 

H.R. 1778 An act to amend the act entitled "An act to create a Board for the Condemnation of 

Insanitary Buildings in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved 
May 1, 1906, as amended. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-326. 

H.R. 1781 An act to amend sec. 113(a) of title 28, United States Code, to provide that Federal District 

Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina shall be held at Clinton. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-319. 

H. R. 1782 An act to amend the Retired Federal Employees Health Benefits Act with respect to Govern- 
ment contribution for expenses incurred in the administration of such Act. Approved 
June 22, 1965. Public Law 89-45. 

H.R. 1805 An act to amend sec. 5899 of title 10, United States Code, to provide permanent authority 

under which Naval Reserve officers in the grade of captain shall be eligible for considera- 
tion for promotion when their running mates are eligible for consideration for promotion. 
Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 89-275. 

H.R. 2091 An act relating to the establishment of concession policies in the areas administered by 

National Park Service, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 
89-249. 

H.R. 2176 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain property to the county 

of Dare, State of North Carolina, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-146. 

H.R. 2263 An act to provide for an objective, thorough, and nationwide analysis and reevaluation of 

the extent and means of resolving the critical shortage of qualified manpower in the field 
of correctional rehabilitation. Approved Sept. 10, 1965. Public Law 89-178. 

H.R. 2362 An act to strengthen and improve educational quality and educational opportunities in the 

Nation's elementary and secondary schools. Approved Apr. 11, 1965. Public Law 
89-10. 

H.R. 2414 An act to authorize the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to convey certain lands situated 

in the State of Oregon to the city of Roseburg, Oreg. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public 
Law 89-228. 

H.R. 2580 An act to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes. Approved 

Oct. 3, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-236. 

H.R. 2594 An act to clarify the application of certain annuity increase legislation. Approved May 1, 

1965. Public Law 89-17. 

H.R. 2853 An act to amend title 17, United States Code, with relation to the fees to be charged. Ap- 
proved Oct. 27, 1965. Public Law 89-297. 

H.R. 2984 An act to amend the Public Health Service Act provisions for construction of health re- 
search facilities by extending the expiration date thereof and providing increased support 
for the program, to authorize additional Assistant Secretaries in the Department of 
Health, Education, and Welfare, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 9, 1965. 
Public Law 89-115. 

H.R. 2985 An act to authorize assistance in meeting the initial cost of professional and technical 

personnel for comprehensive community mental health centers, and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-105. 

H.R. 2998 An act to amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to continue 

the authorization for appropriations. Approved May 27, 1965. Public Law 89-27. 

H.R. 3037 An act to amend sec. 1485 of title 10, United States Code, relating to the transportation of 

remains of deceased dependents of members of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-150. 

H.R. 3039 An act to amend sec. 1006 of title 37, United States Code, to authorize the Secretary con- 
cerned, under certain conditions, to make payment of pay and allowances to members 
of an armed force under his jurisdiction before the end of the pay period for which such 
payment is due. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-193. 

H.R. 3043 An act to amend title 37, United States Code, to authorize payment of special allowances 

to dependents of members of the uniformed services to offset expenses incident to their 
evacuation, and for other purposes. Approved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-26. 

H.R. 3044 An act to authorize payment of incentive pay for the performance of hazardous duty on 

the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-149. 

H.R. 3045 An act to authorize certain members of the Armed Forces to accept and wear decorations 

of certain foreign nations. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-257. 



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II. U. ;{I41 - All ai't to luneiul llu< Public Hciiltli ScTvico Act to ienprovc? tlic (^diiciitioiml (luiility <>f hcIiooIh 

of incdiciivo, dentistry, and OHtooi)atii\, to authorize grants under ttiat act to Huch hcIiooIb 
for tiie awarding of scholarsliips to needy students, and to extend cxpirinK provisioiiH of 
that act for student loans and for aid in construction of teaching facilities for Htudents in 
such schools and schools for other health professioufl, and for other purposes. Approved 
Oct. 2L>, 1965. Public Law 8<)-2y0. 

II. H. IU()r>,. An act to authorize the establishment of the Pecos National Monument in thr- State of 

New Mexico, and for other purjio-ses. Approved .June 2S, liKi,"). Public haw S',) ,')4. 

11.11. 3320 An act to authorize the establishment of the llubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, 

in the State of Arizona, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 
89-148. 

H.R. 3415 An act to equalize certain penalties in the Intcrcoastal Shipping Act, 1033. Approved 

July 9, 1065. Public Law 81)-7I. 

H.R. 3708 An act to provide assistance in the development of new or improved programs to help older 

persons through grants to the States for community planning and services and for training, 
through research, development, or training project grants, and to establish within the 
Departtuent of Health, Education, and Welfare an operating agency to be designated as 
the "Administration on Aging." Approved July 14, 1965. Public Law 89-73. 

ILR. 3818 An act to eliminate tlie requirement that Federal Reserve banks maintain certain reserves in 

gold certificates against deposit liabilities. Approved Mar. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-3. 

H.R. 3989 An act to extend to 30 days the time for filing petitions for removal of civil actions from 

State to Federal courts. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-215. 

H.R. 3990... An act to amend sec. 1871 of title 28, United States Code, to increase the per diem and sub- 
sistence and limit mileage allowances of grand and petit jurors. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. 
Public Law 89-165. 

H.R. 3992 An act to amend sec. 753(f) of title 28, United States Code, relating to transcripts furnished 

by court reporters for the district courts. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-167. 

H.R. 3994 An act to remove the present $5,000 limitation which prevents the Secretary of the Air Force 

from settling and paying certain claims arising out of the crash of a U.S. aircraft at 
Wichita, Kans. Approved July 7, 1965. Public Law 89-65. 

H.R. 3995 An act to transfer certain functions of the Secretary of the Treasury, and for other purposes. 

Approved June 2, 1965. Public Law 89-30. 

H.R. 3996 An act to amend provisions of law relating to the settlement of admiralty claims. Approved 

July 7, 1965. Public Law 89-67. 

H.R. 3997 An act to amend sec. 753(b) of title 28, United States Code, to provide for the recording 

of proceedings in the U.S. district courts by means of electronic sound recording as well 
as Dy shorthand or mechanical means. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-163. 

H.R. 4152 An act to amend the Federal Farm Loan Act and the Farm Credit Act of 1933 to provide 

means for expediting the retirement of Government capital in the Federal intermediate 
credit banks, including an increase in the debt permitted such banks in relation to their 
capital and provision for the production credit associations to acquire additional capital 
stock therein, to provide for allocating certain earnings of such banks and associations 
to their users, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-237. 

H.R. 4170 An act to provide for adjustments in annuities under the Foreign Service retirement and 

disability system. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-308. 

H.R. 4185 An act to fix the fees payable to the Patent Office, and for other purposes. Approved July 

24, 1965. Public Law 89-83. 

H.R. 4346 An act to amend sec. 502 of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, relating to construction 

differential subsidies. Approved Aug. 14, 1965. Public Law 89-127. 

H.R. 4421 An act authorizing the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to convey certain property to 

the city of Cheyenne, Wyo. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-345. 

H.R. 4465 An act to enact pt. Ill of the District of Columbia Code, entitled "Decedents' Estates and 

Fiduciary Relations," codifying the general and permanent laws relating to decedents' 
estates and fiduciary relations in the District of Columbia. Approved Sept. 14, 1965. 
Public Law 89-183. 

H.R. 4493 An act to continue until the close of June 30, 1967, the existing suspension of duties for 

metal scrap. Approved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-61. 

H.R. 4525 An act to amend the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, to provide for the continuation of au- 
thority to develop American-flag carriers and promote the foreign commerce of the 
United States through the use of mobile trade fairs. Approved July 7, 1965. Public 
Law 89-66. 

H.R. 4526 An act to extend the provisions of title XII of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, relating to 

war risk insurance, for an additional 5 years, ending Sept. 7, 1970. Approved July 27, 
1965. Public Law 89-89. 

H.R. 4527 An act to authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and construction 

of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard. Approved Apr. 20, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-13. 

H.R. 4714 An act to amend the National Arts and Cultural Development Act of 1964 with respect 

to the authorization and appropriations therein. Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Public 
Law 89-125. 

H.R. 4750 An act to provide an ex-tension of the interest equalization tax, and for other purposes. 

Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-243. 

H.R. 4778 An act to increase the amounts authorized for Indian adult vocational education. Approved 

Apr. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-14. 

H.R. 4822 An act to authorize the prosecution of a transit development program for the National 

Capital region, and to further the objectives of the act of July 14, 1960. Approved 
Sept. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-173. 

H.R. 4845 An act to provide for the economic and efficient purchase, lease, maintenance, operation, 

and utilization of automatic data processing equipment by Federal departments and 
agencies. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-306. 



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H.R. 4905 An act to provide for the conveyance of certain real property of the Federal Government to 

the Board of Public Instruction, Okaloosa County, Fla. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. 
Public Law 89-180. 

H.R. 5024 An act to amend titles 10 and 14, United States Code, and the Military Personnel and 

Civilian Employees' Claims Act of 1964, with respect to the settlement of claims against 
the United States by members of the uniformed services and civilian officers and em- 
ployees of the United States for damage to, or loss of, personal property incident to their 
service, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Public Law 89-185. 

H.R. 5026 An act to authorize the Burt County Bridge Commission, a public body politic and cor- 
porate in the county of Burt and State of Nebraska, to refund the outstanding revenue 
bonds of said Burt County Bridge Commission heretofore issued to finance the cost of 
the construction of a bridge, together with the necessary approaches and appurtenances 
therefor, from a point located in the city of Decatur, Burt County, Nebr., across the 
Missouri River to a point located in Monona County, Iowa. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-328. 

H.R. 5034 An act to amend sec. 2575(a) of title 10, United States Code, to authorize the disposition of 

lost, abandoned, or unclaimed personal property under certain conditions. Approved 
Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-143. 

H.R. 5041 An act to provide for safety regulation of common carriers by pipeline under the jurisdiction 

of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and for other purposes. Approved July 27, 
1965. Public Law 89-95. 

H. R. 5167 An act to amend title 38 of the United States Code to authorize the administrative settlement 

of tort claims arising in foreign countries, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 28, 
1965. Public Law 89-300. 

H.R. 5184 An act for the relief of the port of Portland, Oreg. Approved July 16, 1965. Public Law 

89-76. 

H.R. 5242 An act to amend par. (10) of sec. 5 of the Interstate Commerce Act so as to change the 

basis for determining whether a proposed unification or acquisition of control comes 
within the exemption provided for by such paragraph. Approved July 27, 1965. Public 
Law 89-93. 

H.R. 5246 An act to amend sees. 20a and 214 of the Interstate Commerce Act. Approved July 24, 

1965. Public Law 89-86. 

H.R. 5252 An act to provide for the relief of certain enlisted members of the Air Force. Approved 

Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-225. 

H. R. 5280 An act to provide for exemptions from the antitrust laws to assist in safeguarding the balance- 

of -payments position of the United States. Approved Sept. 9, 1965. Public Law 
89-175. 

H.R. 5283 An act to provide for the inclusion of years of service as judge of the District Court for the 

Territory of Alaska in the computation of years of Federal judicial service for judges of the 
U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska. Approved July 8, 1965. Public Law 
89-70. 

H.R. 5306 An act to continue the authority of domestic banks to pay interest on time deposits of 

foreign governments at rates differing from those applicable to domestic depositors. 
Approved July 21, 1965. Public Law 89-79. 

H.R. 5401 An act to amend the Interstate Commerce Act so as to strengthen and improve the national 

transportation system, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 6, 1965. Public Law 
89-170. 

H.R. 5493 An act to provide that-the flag of the United States of America may be flown for 24 hours of 

each day in Lexington, Mass. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-335. 

H.R. 5497 An act to amend pars, b and c of sec. 14 of the Bankruptcy Act. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. 

Public Law 89-166. 

H.R. 5508 An act to facilitate the work of the Department of Agriculture, and for other purposes. 

Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-106. 

H.R. 5519 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize language training to be given 

to a dependent of a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps under cer- 
tain circumstances. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-160. 

H.R. 5571 An act to amend title 37, United States Code, to authorize payment of incentive pay for 

submarine duty to personnel qualified in submarines attached to staffs of submarine 
operational commanders. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 89-278. 

H.R. 5597 An act to relieve physicians of liability for ncghgent medical treatment at the scene of an 

accident in the District of Columbia. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-341. 

H.R. 5665 An act to authorize disbursing officers of the Armed Forces to advance funds to members 

of an armed force of a friendly foreign nation, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 19, 
1965. Public Law 89-265. 

H.R. 5702 An act to extend for 1 year the date on which the National Commission on Food Marketing 

shall make a final report to the President and to the Congress and to provide necessary 
authorization of appropriations for such Commission. Approved Mav 15, 1965. Public 
Law 89-20. 

H.R. 5721 An act to amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, to provide for 

acreage-poundage marketing quotas for tobacco, to amend the tobacco price-support 
provisions of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended, and for other purposes. Approved 
Apr. 16, 1965. Public Law 89-12. 

H.R. 5768 An act to extend for an additional temporary period the existing suspension of duties on 

certain classifications of yarn of silk, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-229. 

H.R. 5842 An act to amend the Lead-Zinc Small Producers Stabilization Act of Oct. 3, 1961. Approved 

Oct. 5, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-238. 

H.R. 5860 An act to amend the law relating to the final disposition of the property of the Choctaw 

Tribe. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-107. 



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U.K. i)S74 An act to tiinciul rublic Liiw 815, Slsl Coi»Ki with respect to tlu; conHlriictioii of bcIiooI 

facilities for children in Puerto IJico, Wake Island, (iuain, or tlie Virgin Lslands for whom 
loeal educational afjeneies are unai>U' to jirovidii education, to amend sec. Ct{») of l'iit;lic 
Law S74, Slst Cong., relating to conditions of employment of teaciiers in dejx'iidcnts' 
schools, and for otlier purjwses. Approved July 21, l'.J()r). rublic Law HO 77. 

U.K. .">SS;>- An act to amend the hondinn provisions of the Labor- Nlanagemenl Reporting and Disclosure 

Act of l'.)r)',) and the Welfare and Pension Plan.s Disclosure Act. Approved Sept. 20, 
1965. Public Law SO 2 If). 

H.H. 5988 An act to provide that Commissioners of the Federal Maritime Commi.ssion shall hereafter 

be appointed for a term of 5 vcars, and for other purposes. Approved June .'50, 10().">. 
Public Law S9-56. 

ILK. MISO . ... An act to amend sec. 27, .Merchant Marine Act of 1920, as amended (46 U.S.C. 883). 
Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-194. 

H.K. 6007 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize the promotion of (jualificd 

reserve officers of the Air Force to the reserve grades of brigadier general and major 
general. Approved Sept. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-172. 

H.R. 6032 An act to amend the act authorizing tlie Mann Creek Federal reclamation project, Idaho, in 

order to increase the amount authorized to be appropriated for such project (act of Aug. 
16, 1962; 76 Stat. 388). Approved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-60. 

ILP. 6097 An act to amend title IS, United States Code, to provide penalties for the assassination of the 

President or the ^'ice President, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-141. 

H.R. 6165 An act to repeal sec. 165 of the Revised Statutes relating to tin appointment of women to 

clerkship in the executive departments. Approved Oc 19, '965. Public Law 89-261. 

H.R. 6294 An act to authorize Secret Service Agents to make f rrests wi 'iout warrant for offenses 

committed in their presence, and for other purposes. Approve 1 Sept. 20, 1965. Public 
Law 89-218. 

H.R. 6431 An act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to provide thr t certain forms of nickel be admitted 

free of duty. Approved Sept. 27, 1965. Public Liw j^- ^., 

H.R. 6453 An act making appropriations for the government of the Dist ict of Columb \ and other 

activities chargeable in whole or in part against the revenues i said District t the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approv> d July 16, 10 <5. Public 
Law 89-75. 

H.R. 6497 An act to amend the Bretton Woods Agreements Act to authorize an increase in the Inter- 
national Monetary Fund quota of the United States. Approved June 2, 1065. Public 
Law 80-31. 

H.R. 6507 An act to make sec. 1052 of title 18, United States Code, applicable to travel in aid of arson. 

Approved July 7, 1065. Public Law 80-68. 

H.R. 6622 An act to exempt the postal field service from sec. 1310 of the Supplemental Appropriation 

Act, 1052. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-114. 

H.R. 6675 An act to provide a hospital insurance program for the aged under the Social Securitj- Act 

with a supplementary medical benefits program and an expanded program of medical 
assistance, to increase benefits under the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance 
System, to improve the Federal-State public assistance programs, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-07. 

H.R. 6691 An act to validate certain payments made to employees of the Forest Service, U.S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. Approved June 5, 1965. Public Law 80-34. 

H.R. 6755 An act authorizing additional appropriations for prosecution of projects in certain com- 
prehensive river basin plans for flood control, navigation, and other purposes. Approved 
June 18, 1065. Public Law 80-42. 

H.R. 6767 An act making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for 

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approved June 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-52. 

H.R. 6848 An act to amend sec. 35 of title 18 of the United States Code relating to the imparting or 

conveying of false information. Approved July 7, 1965. Public Law 89-64. 

H.R. 6852 An act to authorize the disposal, without regard to the prescribed 6-month waiting period, 

of approximately 97 million pounds of abaca from the national stockpile. Approved 
Oct. 20, 1965. Pubhc Law 80-270. 

H.R. 6927 An act to establish a Department of Housing and Urban Development, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 0, 1965. Public Law 89-174. 

H.R. 6064 An act to amend sec. 4082 of title 18, L^nited States Code, to facilitate the rehabilitation 

of persons convicted of offenses against the L'^nited States. Approved Sept. 10, 1065. 
Public Law 80-176. 

H.R. 7031 An act to provide for the establishment and operation of a National Technical Institute 

for the Deaf. Approved June 8, 1065. Public Law 80-36. 

H.R. 7059 An act to amend the act of July 2, 1940 (54 Stat. 724; 20 U.S.C. 70-70e), so as to increase 

the amount authorized to be appropriated to the Smithsonian Institution for use in 
carrying out its functions under said act, and for other purposes, .\pproved Oct. 20, 
1065. Public La^v 80-280. 

H.R. 7060 An act making appropriations for the Treasury and Post Office Departments, the Executive 

Office of the President, and certain Independent Agencies for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1066, and for other purposes. Approved June 30, 1065. Public Law 80-57. 

H.R. 7064 An act to amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act of 1026, as amended. Approved 

May 21, 1965. Public Law 80-22. 

H.R. 7091 An act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1965, and 

for other purposes. Approved Apr. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-16. 

H.R. 7105 An act to provide for continuation of authority for regulation of exports, and for other 

^ purposes. Approved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-63. 

H.R. 7169 An act to amend the Securities Act of 1933 with respect to certain registration fees. Ap- 
proved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 80-280. 



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H.R. 7181 An act to provide for the commemoration of certain historical events in the State of Kansas, 

and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-155. 

H.R. 7329 An act to provide for the conveyance of certain real property of the United States to the 

city of San Diego, Calif. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-263. 

H.R. 7475 An act to name the authorized lock and dam No. 6 on the Arkansas River in Arkansas and 

the lake created thereby for David D. Terry. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 
89-338. 

H.R. 7484 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to provide for the rank of lieutenant general 

or vice admiral of officers of the Army, Navy, and Air Force while serving as Surgeons 
General. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-288. 

H.R. 7595 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize transportation at Government 

expense for dependents accompanying members of the uniformed services at their posts 
of duty outside the United States, who require medical care not locally available. Ap- 
proved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-140. 

H.R. 7596 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to remove inequities in the active duty 

promotion opportunity of certain Air Force officers. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. Public 
Law 89-157. 

H.R. 7597 An act to establish the Veterans Reopened Insurance Fund in the Treasury and to au- 
thorize initial capital to operate insurance programs under title 38, United States Code, 
sec. 725. Approved June 14, 1965. Public Law 89-40. 

H.R. 7707 An act to authorize the appointment of crier-law clerks by district judges. Approved 

Oct. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-281. 

H.R. 7717 An act to authorize appropriations to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

for research and development, construction of facilities, and administrative operations, 
and for other purposes. Approved June 28, 1965. Public Law 89-53. 

H.R. 7743 An act to establish a system of loan insurance and a supplementary system of direct loans, 

to assist students to attend post-secondary business, trade, technical, and other vocational 
schools. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-287. 

H.R. 7750 An act to amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-171. 

H.R. 776:.^ An act to amend titles 10 and 37, United States Code, with respect to the Reserve Officers' 

Training Corps. Approved June 28, 1965. Public Law 89-51. 

H.R. 7765 An act making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, and Health, Education, and 

Welfare, and related agencies, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other 
purposes. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-156. 

H.R. 7777 An act to authorize the President to appoint Gen. William F. McKee (United States Air 

Force, retired) to the office of Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency. Approved 
June 22, 1965. Pufcjic Law 89-46. 

H.R. 7779 An act to provide for the retirement of enlisted members of the Coast Guard Reserve. 

Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public Law 89-200. 

H.R. 7812 An act to authorize the loan of naval vessels to friendly foreign countries, and for other 

purposes. Approved Nov. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-324. 

H. R. 7843 An act to amend titles 1 and 37, United States Code, to authorize the survivors of a member 

of the Armed Forces who dies while on active duty to be paid for his unused accrued leave. 
Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-151. 

H.R. 7847 An act to amend the Small Business Act. Approved July 21, 1965. Public Law 89-78. 

H.R. 7855 An act to authorize appropriations for procurement of small patrol cutters for the Coast 

Guard. Approved May 21, 1965. Public Law 89-21. 

H.R. 7888 An act providing for the extension of patent No. D-119,187. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. 

Public Law 89-295. 

H.R. 7919 An act to provide for the establishment of the Roger Williams National Memorial in the 

city of Providence, R.I., and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 
No. 89-293. 

H.R. 7954 An act to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to conform to the Convention fo- the 

Safety of Life at Sea, London (1960). Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-121. 

H.R. 7969 An act to correct certain errors in the Tariff Schedules of the United States, and for other 

purposes. Approved Oct. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-241. 

H.R. 7984 An act to assist in the provision of housing for low- and moderate-income families, to pro- 
mote orderly urban development, to improve living environment in urbf n areas, and to 
extend and amend laws relating to housing, urban renewal, and comm nitv facilities. 
Approved Aug. 10, 1965. Public Law 89-117. 

H.R. 7997 An act making appropriations for sundry independent executive bureaus, bof rds, commis- 
sions, corporations, agencies, and offices, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for 
other purposes. Approved Aug. 16, 1965. Public Law 89-128. 

H.R. 8027 An act to provide assistance in training State and local law enforcement officers and other 

personnel, and in improving capabilities, techniques, and practices in State ar d local law 
enforcement and prevention and control of crime, and for other purposes. Approved 
Sept. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-197. 

H.R. 8035 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to accept a donation of property in the 

county of Suffolk, State of New York, known as the William Floyd Estate, for addition 
to the Fire Island National Seashore, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. 
Public Law 89-244. 

H.R. 8111 An act to establish the Herbert Hoover National Historical Site in the State of Iowa. 

Approved Aug. 12, 1965. Public Law 89-119. 

H.R. 8122 An act to authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with 

sec. 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes. Approved 
June 2, 1965. Public Law 89-32. 

H.R. 8131 An act to extend the Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Offenses Control Act of 1961. Ap- 
proved July 8, 1965. Public Law 89-69. 



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U.K. S147.._ An act io aiiuMul tho Tariff Schedules of the United States with rcsixjct to the exemption 

from duty for returuinn residents, fti\d for otlicr purposes. Approved June 'M), 1065. 
Publii- Law S*t-()2. 

II. 1{. 8283.- An act to expand tlio war on poverty and enhance the elTectiveneas of proKrunis under the 

Economic Opportunity Act of 1()()4. A()proved Oct. 0, lOG"). I'ui)lic Law H'.) 'jr*;!. 

11. U. S;UO.- . An !ict to anu'iul the X'ocationid Hehabilitation Act to assist in providing more (U;xibility 

in the financing and administration of State; rehabilitation |)rof{rams, and to assist in the 
expansion and improvement of services and facilities provided unch'r such iirograms, par- 
ticularly for the mentally retarded and other groups presenting special vocational rehabili- 
tation problems, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-333. 

II. H. 8333 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to provide for the establishment of a program 

of cash awards for suggestions, inventions, or scientific achievements by members of the 
Armed Forces which contribute to the efficiency, economy, or other improvement of 
Government operations. Approved Sept. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-198. 

H.R. 8370. .\n act making appropriations for the Department of .\griculture and related agencies for 

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. 
Public Law 89-316. 

H.R. 8371 An act to reduce excise taxes, and for other purposes. Approved June 21, 1965. Public 

Law 89-44. 

TLR. 8464 An act to provide, for the period beginning on July 1, 1965, and ending on June 30, 1966, 

a temporary increase in the public debt limit set forth in sec. 21 of the Second Liberty 
Bond Act. ' Approved June 24, 1965. Public Law 89-49. 

H.R. 8469 An act to provide certain increases in annuities payable from the civil service retirement and 

disability fund, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 27, 1965. Public Law 89-205. 

H.R. 8484 An act to amend sec. 2634 of title 10, United States Code, relating to the transportation 

of privately owned motor vehicles of members of the Armed Forces on a change of per- 
manent station. Approved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-101. 

H.R. 8620 An act to amend the Agricultural Act of 1949 and the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, 

to take into consideration floods and other natural disasters in reference to the feed grains, 
cotton, and wheat programs for 1965. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-112. 

H.R. 8639 An act making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, the 

Judiciary, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other 
purposes. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-164. 

H.R. 8715 An act to authorize a contribution by the United States to the International Committee 

of the Red Cross. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-230. 

H.R. 8720 An act to amend the Organic Act of Guam to provide for the payment of legislative salaries 

and expenses by the government of Guam. Approved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-100. 

H.R. 8721 An act to amend the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands to provide for the payment of 

legislative salaries and expenses by the government of the Virgin Islands. Approved 
July 30, 1965. PubUc Law 89-98. 

H.R. 8761 An act to provide an increase in the retired pay of certain members of the former Lighthouse 

Service. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public Law 89-201. 

H.R. 8775 An act making appropriations for the legislative branch for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

1966, and for other purposes. Approved July 27, 1965. Public Law 89-90. 

H.R. 8856 An act to amend sec. 271 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. Approved Aug. 

24, 1965. Public Law 89-135. 

H.R. 8862 An act to amend the act of Aug. 7, 1935, to increase the authorized annual share of the 

United States as an adhering member of the International Council of Scientific Unions 
and Associated Unions. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-104. 

H.R. 9022 An act to amend Public Laws 815 and 874, 81st Cong., to provide financial assistance in 

the construction and operation of public elementary and secondary schools in areas 
affected by a major disaster; to eliminate inequities in the application of Public Law 815 
in certain military base closings; to make uniform eligibility requirements for school 
districts in Public Law 874; and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Public 
Law 89-313. 

H.R. 9042 An act to provide for the implementation of the Agreement Concerning Automotive Products 

Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada, 
and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-283. 

H.R. 9047 An act to authorize the release of certain quantities of zinc from either the national stockpile 

or the supplemental stockpile, or both. Approved Nov. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-322. 

H.R. 9075 An act to increase the basic pay for members of the uniformed services, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Aug. 21, 1965. PubUc Law 89-132. 

H.R. 9220 An act making appropriations for certain civil functions administered by the Department 

of Defense, the Panama Canal, certain agencies of the Department of the Interior, the 
Atomic Energy Commission, the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, the 
Tennessee Valley Authority, the Delaware River Basin Commission, and the Inter- 
oceanic Canal Commission, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. 
Approved Oct. 28, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-299. 

H.R. 9221 An act making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-213. 

H.R. 9247 An act to provide for participation of the United States in the HemisFair 1968 Exposition 

to be held at San Antonio, Tex., in 1968, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Public Law 89-284. 

H.R. 9336 An act to amend title V of the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 relating to 

certain claims against the Government of Cuba. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 
89-262. 

H.R. 9417 An act to revise the boundary of Jewel Cave National Monument in the State of South 

Dakota, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-250. 



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H.R. 9495 An act to increase the appropriation authorization for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt 

Memorial Commission, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 
89-305. 

H.R. 9497 An act to extend the time for conducting the referendum with respect to the national luar- 

keting quota for wheat for the marketing year beginning July 1, 1966. Approved July 24, 
1965. Pubhc Law 89-82. 

H.R. 9544 An act to authorize the disposal, without regard to the prescribed 6-month waiting period, of 

approximately 620,000 long tons of natural rubber from the national stockpile. Approved 
Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law. 89-168. 

H.R. 9545 An act providing for the acquisition and preservation by the United States of certain items 

of evidence pertaining to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-318. 

H.R. 9567 An act to strengthen the educational resources of our colleges and universities and to pro- 
vide financial assistance for students in postsecondary and higher education. Approved 
Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-329. 

H.R. 9570 An act to amend the Federal Firearms Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to 

relieve applicants from certain provisions of the act if he determines that the granting of 
relief would not be contrary to the public interest, and that the applicant would not be 
likely to conduct his operations in an unlawful manner. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. 
Public Law 89-184. 

H.R. 9811 An act to maintain farm income, to stabilize prices and assure adequate supplies of agri- 
cultural commodities, to reduce surpluses, lower Government costs and promote foreign 
trade, to afford greater economic opportunity in rural areas, and for other purposes. 
Approved Nov. 3, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-321. 

H.R. 9830 An act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, 

to authorize reimbursement to a State or political subdivision thereof for sidewalk repair 
and replacement or to make other arrangements therefor. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-344. 

H.R. 9877 An act to amend the act of Jan. 30, 1913, as amended, to remove certain restrictions on the 

American Hospital of Paris. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-231. 

H.R. 9947 An act to amend the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1959, to provide for reimburse- 
ment of transportation expenses for Members of the House of Representatives, and for 
other purposes. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-147. 

H.R. 9975 An act to authorize the shipment, at Government expense, to, from, and within the United 

States and between oversea areas of privately owned vehicles of deceased or missing 
personnel, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-271. 

H.R. 10014 An act to amend the act of July 2, 1954, relating to office space in the districts of Members 

of the House of Representatives, and the act of June 27, 1956, relating to office space in 
the States of Senators. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-211. 

H.R. 10139 An act to amend the act of June 23, 1949, relating to the telephone and telegraph service 

furnished Members of the House of Representatives. Approved Aug. 21, 1965. Public 
Law 89-131. 

H.R. 10198 An act to amend the requirements relating to lumber under the Shipping Act, 1916. Ap- 
proved Oct. 30, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-303. 

H.R. 10234 An act to amend sec. 1085 of title 10, United States Code, to eliminate the reimbursement 

procedure required among the medical facilities of the Armed Forces under the jurisdiction 
of the military departments. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-264. 

H.R. 10238 An act to provide labor standards for certain persons employed by Federal contractors to 

furnish services to Federal agencies, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-286. 

H.R. 10281 An act to adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the 

Federal Government, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Public Law 
89-301. 

H.R. 10305 An act to authorize the disposal, without regard to the prescribed 6-month waiting period 

of approximately 200,000,000 pounds of nickel from the national stockpile. Approved 
Nov. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-323. 

H.R. 10306 An act to amend the Universal Military Training and Service Act of 1951, as amended. 

Approved Aug. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-152. 

H.R. 10323 An act making appropriations for military construction for the Department of Defense for 

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. 
Public Law 89-202. 

H.R. 10369 An act to give the consent of Congress to the States of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and 

Vermont to become parties to title II of the Compact on Taxation of Motor Fuels Con- 
sumed by Interstate Buses and the Agreement relating to Bus Taxation Proration and 
Reciprocity. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-312. 

H.R. 10516 An act authorizing the disposal of vegetable tannin extracts from the national stockpile. 

Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-245. 

H.R. 10586 An act making supplemental appropriations for the Departments of Labor, and Health, 

Education, and Welfare for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. 
Approved Sept. 23, 1965. Public Law 89-199. 

H.R. 10714 An act to authorize the disposal of colemanite from the supplemental stockpile. Approved 

Oct. 9, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-246. 

H.R. 10715 An act to authorize the disposal of chemical grade chromite from the supplemental stockpile. 

Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-247. 

H.R. 10748 An act to authorize the transfer of copper from the national stockpile to the Bureau of the 

Mint. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-251. 

H.R. 10775 An act to authorize certain construction at miUtary installations, and for other purposes. 

Approved Sept. 16, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-188. 

H.R. 10871 An act making appropriations for foreign assistance and related agencies for the fiscal year 

ending June 30, 1966, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 
89-273. 



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U.K. lt)S7l All ail It) aiiuMid the Hailroad Urlircimnl Act of I'.l.'l? and ttu! Railroad UotiroinonI Tax 

Act to eliminate certain prov isions wliicii reduce .spoiines' anniiilics, to provide coverage 
for tips, io increase th(> l)ase on whicii railroad retireinent henefU.s and taxes an; coniniited, 
and It) clianne tlii< railroad retiroineiit tax rates. Approved .Sept. 29, 10(55. I'liblic 
Law 80-212. 

n.H. llOOt) .\n act to authorize the disposal of Rraphite, quartz crystals, and lump steatite talc from 

th(> national stockpile or the supplem(>ntal stockpile, or both. A[)provcd Oct. 31, lOOr). 
Public Law .S!)-31(). 

U.K. 1 1 13') An act to aineiul and extend the provisions of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended. Approved 

Nov. S, 196.'). Public Law 89-331. 

11. U. 1 l"2t)7 .\n act to amend ti>e joint resolution of .Mar. 25, 1953, relating to electrical and meclianical 

otiice equij)ment for the us(> of Members, ofiicers, and committees of the lloust; of Kej)rc- 
sentntives, and (o remove certain limitations. Approved Nov. 8, 19G5. Public Law 89-342. 

H.H. 11303 - An act to amend sec. IS of the C'ivil Service Retirement Act, as amenried. Approved 

Nov. 1, 1065. Public Law 89-314. 

U.K. 11420 An act to amend title 39, United States Code, to provide certain mailing privileges with 

respect to members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 1. 

1965. Public Law 89-315. 

H.R. 11539. An act to provide assistance to the States of Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi for the 

reconstruction of areas damaged by the recent hurricane. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-339. 

H.R. 11588 An act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for 

other purposes. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-309. 

Second Session 

H.R. 30 An act to provide for participation of the United States in the Inter- American Cultural 

and Trade Center in Dade County, Fla., and for other purposes. Approved Feb. 19, 

1966. Public Law 89-355. 

H.R. 136 - An act to amend sees. 1, 17a, 64a(5), 67(b), 67c, and 70c of the Bankruptcy Act, and for 

other purposes. Approved July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-495. 

H.R. 139. An act to provide for the striking of medals to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of 

the founding of Poland. Approved Aug. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-527. 

H.R. 203 An act to amend title 38, United States Code, to set aside funds for research into spinal 

cord injuries and diseases. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-705. 

H.R. 266 An act to amend sees. 404 and 406 of title 37, United States Code, relating to travel and 

transportation allowances of certain members of the imiformed services who are retired, 
discharged, or released from active duty. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-680. 

H.R. 318 An act to amend sec. 4071 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. Approved Aug. 1, 1966. 

Public Law 89-523. 

H.R. 327 An act to amend sec. 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to exempt from taxa- 
tion certain nonprofit corporations and associations operated to provide reserve funds 
for domestic building and loan associations, and for other purposes. Approved Feb. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-352. 

H.R. 399 An act to provide adjustments in order to make uniform the estate acquired for the Vega 

Dam and Reservoir, Collbran project, Colorado, by authorizing the Secretary of the 
Interior to reconvev mineral interests in certain lands. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public 
Law 89-579. 

H.R. 420 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize the commissioning of male 

persons in the Regular Army in the Army Nurse Corps, the Regular Navy in the Nurse 
Corps and the Regular Air Force with a view to designation as Air Force nurses and 
medical specialists, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 
89-609. 

H.R. 432 An act to amend the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954 and the Civil 

Service Retirement Act with regard to filing designation of beneficiary, and for other 
purposes. Approved Mar. 23, 1966. Public Law 89-373. 

H.R. 483 An act to amend sec. 2056 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 relating to the effect of 

disclaimers on the allowance of the marital deduction for estate tax purposes; and for 
other purposes. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-621. 

H.R. 647 An act to amend the act of Mar. 3, 1901, to permit the appointment of new trustees in deeds 

of trust in the District of Columbia by agreement of the parties. Approv-cd Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-706. 

H.R. 698 An act to provide for the establishment of the Guadalupe Mountains National Park in the 

State of Texas, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-667. 

H.R. 706 An act to amend the Railway Labor Act in order to provide for establishment of special 

adjustment boards upon the request either of representatives of employees or of carriers 
to resolve disputes otherwise referable to the National Railroad Adjustment Board, and 
to make all awards of such Board final. Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 89-465. 

H.R. 722 An act to amend certain provisions of existing law concerning the relationship of the 

Environmental Science Services Administration to the Army and Navy so thej' wUl apply 
with similar effect to the Air Force. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-657. 

H.R. 790 An act to rename a lock of the Cross-Florida Barge Canal the "R. N. Bert Dosh lock." 

Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-581. 

H.R. 872 An act to amend the provisions of title 18 of the United States Code relating to offenses 

committed in Indian country. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-707. 

H.R. 959 An act to amend the Fire and Casualty Act regulating the business of fire, marine, and cas- 
ualty insurance in the District of Columbia. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Public Law- 
89-399. 

H.R. 969 An act to authorize redetermination under the Civil Service Retirement Act of Annuities 

of certain reemployed annuitants. Approved Mar. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-378. 



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H.R. 1066 An act to amend sec. 11-1701 of the District of Columbia Code to increase the retirement 

salaries of certain retired judges. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-587. 
H.R. 1535 An act to amend the Classification Act of 1949 to authorize the establishment of hazardous 

duty pay in certain cases. Approved July 19, 1966. Public Law 89-512. 
H.R. 1582 An act to remove a restriction on certain real property heretofore conveyed to the State of 

CaHfornia. Approved July 4, 1966. Public Law 89-489. 
H.R. 1647 An act to provide for the payment of certain amounts and restoration of employment bene- 
fits to certain Government officers and employees improperly deprived thereof, and for 

other purposes. Approved Mar. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-380. 
H.R. 1665 An act to amend title 28, entitled "Judiciary and Judicial Procedure," of the United States 

Code to provide for the reporting of congressional reference cases by commissioners of the 

U.S. Court of Claims. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-681. 
H.R. 1746 An act to define the term "chiid" for lump-sum payment purposes under the Civil Service 

Retirement Act. Approved Apr. 25, 1966. Public Law 89-407. 
H.R. 2266 An act to provide for the settlement of claims resulting from an explosion at a U.S. ordnance 

plant in Bowie County, Tex., on July 8, 1963. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 

89-757. 
H.R. 2600 An act to provide for the acquisition and preservation of the real property known as the 

Ansley Wilcox House in Buffalo, N.Y., as a national historic site. Approved Nov. 2, 

1966. Pubhc Law 89-708. 
H.R. 2627 An act for the relief of certain classes of civilian employees of naval installations erroneously 

in receipt of certain wages due to misinterpretation of certain personnel instructions. 

Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Public Law 89-370. 
H.R. 2653 An act to provide that the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut shall also be 

held at New London, Conn. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-558. 
H.R. 3013 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to provide gold star lapel buttons for the next 

of kin of members of the Armed Forces who lost or lose their lives in war or as a result of 

cold war incidents. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-534. 
H.R. 3041 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to exempt certain contracts with foreign 

contractors from the requirement for an examination-of-records clause. Approved 

Sept. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-607. 
H.R. 3177 An act to amend title 38, United States Code, to increase dependency and indemnity com- 
pensation in certain cases. Approved June 22, 1966. Public Law 89-466. 
H.R. 3314 An act to require premarital examinations in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. 

Approved Oct. 15, 1966. PubHc Law 89-682. 
H.R. 3348 An act to authorize a program for the construction of facilities for the teaching of veterinary 

medicine and a program of loans for students of veterinary medicine. Approved Nov 2, 

1966. Public Law 89-709. 
H.R. 3349 An act for the relief of certain retired officers of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. Approved 

Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-395. 
H.R. 3438 An act to amend the Bankruptcy Act with respect to limiting the priority and nondischarge- 

ability of taxes in bankruptcy. Approved July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-496. 
H.R. 3584 An act to amend the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act so as to provide further for the prevention 

of accidents in coal mines. Approved Mar. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-376. 
H.R. 3596 An act to provide for the disposition of judgment funds on deposit to the credit of the 

Skokomish Tribe of Indians. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-663. 
H.R. 3788 An act to revive and reenact as amended the act entitled "An act creating the City of Clinton 

Bridge Commission and authorizing said commission and its successors to acquire by 

purchase or condemnation and to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge or bridges 

across the Mississippi River at or near Clinton, Iowa, and at or near Fulton, 111.," approved 

Dec. 21, 1944. Approved July 8, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-498. 
H.R. 3957 An act to authorize establishment of Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North 

Dakota and Montana, and for other purposes. Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 

89-458. 
H.R. 3976 An act to amend the act of July 26, 1956, to authorize the Muscatine Bridge Commission 

to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Mississippi River at or near the 

city of Muscatine, Iowa, and the town of Drury, 111. Approved July 8, 1966. Public 

Law 89-499. 
H.R. 3993 An act to authorize the issuance of certificates of citizenship in the Canal Zone. Approved 

Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-710. 
H.R. 3999 An act to provide the same life tenure and retirement rights for judges hereafter appointed 

to the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico as the judges of all other U.S. 

district courts now have. Approved Sept. 12, 1966. Public Law 89-571. 
H.R. 4665 An act relating to the income tax treatment of exploration expenditures in the case of mining. 

Approved Sept. 12, 1966. Public Law 89-570. 
H.R. 5297 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to limit the revocation of retired pay of 

members of the armed forces, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public 

Law 89-652. 
H.R. 5852 An act to amend title 38 of the United States Code with respect to the basis on which 

certain dependency and indemnity compensation will be computed. Approved Oct. 4, 

1966. Pubhc Law 89-622. 
H.R. 5958 An act relating to applications for writs of habeas corpus by persons in custody pursuant 

to judgments of State courts. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-711. 
H.R. 5984 An act to amend sees. 2275 and 2276 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, with respect to 

certain lands granted to the States. Approved June 24, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-470. 
H.R. 5990 An act to grant increased benefits to persons receiving cash relief under the Panama Canal 

Cash Relief Act of July 8, 1937. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-712. 



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11 H. (ilOS An ni't. for tho lolicf of llic citv of I'malillii, {ht%. Approved Nov. (J, HKIO. I'ublic 

Law S')-781. 

U.K. 6125 An act to luncnd Public Law 722 of tho Sevonty-ninth Congress and Public Law Hfi-ii'M}, rv- 

Intinn to the National Air Musouni of tlu' Smithsonian Institution. Approved July 19, 
IDGC). Pul)Iic Law SO r>W. 

H.H. 03 li) An act to amend tlu- Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide for treatment of the recovery 

of lo.s.ses arising from expropriation, intervention, or confiscation of properties by govern- 
ments of foreign countries, and to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to extend 
the initial omollment period for supplementary medical insurance benefits. Approved 
Apr. S, 1906. Public Law 89-384. 

H.H. 0438 An act to authorize any executive department or independent establishment of the Govern- 
ment, or any bureau or olFice thereof, to make appropriate accounting adjustment or re- 
imbursement between the respective appropriations available to siich departments and 
establishments, or any bureau or office thereof. Approved Jimc 29, 1966. Public Law 
89-473. 

H.R. 6515. - An act to supplement the act of Oct. 6, 1964, establishing the Lewis and Clark Trail Com- 
mission, and for other purposes. Approved June 29, 1966. Public Law 89-475. 

H.R. 6568 An act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to make permanent the existing temporary suspen- 
sion of duty on copra, palm nuts, and palm-nut kernels, and the oils crushed therefrom, and 
for other purposes. Approved Apr. 13, 1966. PubUc Law 89-388. 

H.R. 6646 An act to amend the Recreation and Public Purposes Act pertaining to the leasing of public 

lands to States and their political subdivisions. Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 
89-457. 

H.R. 6686 An act to amend the Civil Service Retirement Act in order to correct an inequity in the 

application of such act with respect to the United States Botanic Garden, and for other 
purposes. Approved Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-604. 

H.R. 6845 An act to correct inequities with respect to the basic compensation of teachers and teaching 

positions under the Defense Department Overseas Teachers Pay and Personnel Practices 
Act. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-391. 

H.R. 6958 An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to promote savings under the Internal 

Revenue Service's automatic data processing system. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-713. 

H.R. 7042 An act to amend sec. 402(d) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Approved June 

29, 1966. Public Law 89-477. 

H.R. 7327 An act to amend a limitation on the salary of the Academic Dean of the Naval Postgraduate 

School. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-536. 

H.R. 7371 An act to amend the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956. Approved July 1, 1966. Public 

Law 89-485. 

H.R. 7382 An act to amend sec. 1391 of title 28 of the United States Code relating to venue. Approved 

Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-714. 

H.R. 7402 An act to provide for the establishment of the Chamizal National Memorial in the city of El 

Paso, Tex., and for other purposes. Approved June 30, 1966. Public Law 89-479. 

H.R. 7423 An act to permit certain transfers of Post Office Department appropriations. Approved 

July 12, 1966. Public Law 89-500. 

H.R. 7446 An act for the relief of certain civilian employees and former civilian employees of the 

Department of the Navy at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va. Approved 
Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-580. 

H.R. 7466 An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay judgments in favor of the 

Miami Indians of Indiana and Oklahoma, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 
1966. Public Law 89-659. 

H.R. 7526 An act to provide for the striking of medals in commemoration of the 250th anniversary 

of the founding of San Antonio. Approved Mar. 31, 1966. Public Law 89-382. 

H.R. 7648 An act to authorize long-term leases on the San Xavier and Salt River Pima-Maricopa 

Indian Reservations, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 
89-715. 

H.R. 7723 An act to amend the Tariff Schedules of the United States to suspend the duty on certain 

tropical hardwoods. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-392. 

H.R. 7813 An act to authorize the loan of naval vessels to China. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Public 

Law 89-398. 

H.R. 7850 An act to amend sec. 1822(a) of title 38, United States Code, to extend the provisions for 

treble-damage actions to direct loan and insured loan cases. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. 
Public Law 89-623. 

H.R. 7973 An act to amend sec. 4339 of title 10, United States Code. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 

Law 89-716. 

H.R. 8000 An act to amend the Ship Mortgage Act, 1920, relating to fees for certification of certain 

documents, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-582. 

H.R. 8030 An act to provide for the discontinuance of the Postal Savings System, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Mar. 28, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-377. 

H.R. 8034 An act authorizing the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare to make certain grants 

to the Menominee Indian people of Menominee County, Wis., and for other purposes. 
Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-653. 

H.R. 8058 .^n act to amend sec. 4 of the District of Columbia Income and Franchise Tax Act of 1947. 

Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-585. 

H.R. 8126 An act to amend the District of Columbia minimum wage law to provide broader coverage, 

improved standards of minimum wage and overtime compensation protection, and im- 
proved means of enforcement. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-684. 

H.R. 8210 An act to amend the International Organizations Immunities Act with respect to the 

European Space Research Organization. Approved Feb. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-353. 

H.R. 8317 An act to amend sec. 116 of title 28, United States Code, relating to the U.S. District Court 

for the Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Public 
Law 89-526. 



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H.R. 8337 An act to amend the District of Columbia Practical Nurses' Licensing Act, and for other 

purposes. Approved July 25, 1966. Public Law 89-518. 

H.R. 8376 An act to amend title I of the Tariff Act of 1930 to make permanent the existing duty-free 

treatment for certain corkboard insulation. Approved May 26, 1966. Pubhc Law 
89-431. 

H.R. 8436 An act to amend the Tariff Schedules of the United States with respect to the dutiable 

status of watches, clocks, and timing apparatus from insular possessions of the United 
States. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-805 

H.R. 8445 An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1939 and the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 

to change the method of computing the retired pay of judges of the Tax Court of the 
United States. Approved Feb. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-354. 

H.R. 8466 An act to amend the Fire and Casualty Act to provide for the licensing and regulation of 

insurance premium finance companies in the District of Columbia. Approved Apr. 18, 
1966. Public Law 89-403. 

H.R. 8664 An act to implement the Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific, and 

Cultural Materials, opened for signature at Lake Success on Nov. 22, 1950, and for other 
purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-651. 

H.R. 8678 An act to establish in the State of Michigan the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, and 

for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-668. 

H.R. 8760 An act to amend the provisions of the Oil Pollution Act, 1961 (33 U.S.C. 1001-1015), to 

implement the provisions of the International Convention for the Prevention of the 
Pollution of the Sea by Oil, 1954, as amended, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 1, 
1966. Public Law 89-551. 

H.R. 8917 An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay a judgment in favor of 

the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-717. 

H.R. 8989 An act to promote health and safety in metal and nonmetalic mineral industries, and for 

other purposes. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-577. 

H.R. 9167 An act to amend title 18 of the United States Code to enable the courts to deal more effec- 
tively with the problem of narcotic addiction, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 
1966. Public Law 89-793. 

H.R. 9424 An act to provide for the conservation, protection, and propagation of native species of fish 

and wildlife, including migratory birds, that are threatened with extinction; to consolidate 
the authorities relating to the administration by the Secretary of the Interior of the Na- 
tional Wildlife Refuge System; and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-669. 

H.R. 9599 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to accept a donation by the State of Indiana 

of the George Rogers Clark Memorial for establishment as the George Rogers Clark 
National Historical Park, and for other purposes. Approved July 23, 1966. Public 
Law 89-517. 

H.R. 9778 An act to amend titles 10 and 37, United States Code, to codify recent military law, and to 

improve the code. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-718. 

H.R. 9824 An act to amend the Life Insurance Act of the District of Columbia, approved June 19, 1934, 

as amended. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-559. 

H.R. 9883 An act to amend subch. S of ch. 1 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-389. 

H.R. 9916 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, with respect to the nomination and selection of 

candidates for appointment to the Military, Naval, and Air Force Academies, and for 
other purposes. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-650. 

H.R. 9961 An act to amend ch. 15 of title 38, IJnited States Code, to provide that where a veteran 

receiving pension under this chapter disappears, the Administrator may pay the pension 
otherwise payable to the wife and children. Approved June 22, 1966. Public Law 
89-467. 

H.R. 9976 An act to amend the act of Sept. 2, 1964. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law-89-624. 

H.R. 9985 An act to provide for the mandatory reporting by physicians and hospitals or similar insti- 
tutions in the District of Columbia of injuries caused by firearms or other dangerous 
weapons. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-776. 

H.R. 10104 An act to enact title 5, United States Code, "Government Organization and Employees", 

codifying the general and permanent laws relating to the organization of the Government 
of the United States and to its civilian officers and employees. Approved Sept. 6, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-554. 

H.R. 10185 An act amending certain estate tax provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1939. Ap- 
proved Mar. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-359. 

H.R. 10284 An act to provide that the Federal office building under construction in Fort Worth, Tex., 

shall be named the "Fritz Garland Lanham Federal Office Building" in memory of the 
late Fritz Garland Lanham, a Representative from the State of Texas from 1919 to 1947. 
Approved Aug. 22, 1966. Public Law 89-541. 

H.R. 10304 An act to provide for the mandatory reporting by physicians and institutions in the District 

of Columbia of certain physical abuse of children. " Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 
89-775. 

H.R. 10327 An act to require evidence of adequate financial responsibility to pay judgments for personal 

injury or death, or to repay fares in the event of nonperformance of voyages, to establish 
minimum standards for passenger vessels and to require disclosure of construction details 
on passenger vessels, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-777. 

H.R. 10357 An act to provide for the striking of medals in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of 

the founding of the U.S. Secret Service. Approved June 24, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-469. 

H.R. 10366 An act to establish the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area in the Jefferson National 

Forest in Virginia, and for other purposes. Approved May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-438. 

H.R. 10431 An act to declare that certain federally owned land is held by the United States in trust for 

the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 89-459. 



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II. ir U)4;'>1 All .'U't ti> autiiDri/.c tlic Si>rri't;iiy of llic Interior lo (raiisfcr cerluiii IhikIh in lln' Stale of 

Colorado to the Depaiiinoiit of Aurieiiltiire for recreation cle\clo|)nien(, mjhI for oilier 
purposes. Ai)prove(l June 11, lllGti. I'lihlic liiivv Kl) 4-10. 

U.K. 10470 An act to retroeede lo llie State of Kansas eoiu-urrent jurisdiction over Haskell Institute. 

Approved June S, IDtiO. I'uhliu Law S'J-442. 

II. U. It);').');} An act to preserve the henelits of tlu- ('i\il Service Retirement Act, the Federal l'/!ni)loy('es, 

Grouj) Life Insurance .\ct of l'.tr)4, and the Federal lMiii)loyees Health Henelits Act of IDtOU 
for congressional eniplovees receiving certain congressional staff fellowships. .Approved 
Mar. ;U), 1960. Fuhlic Law S<)-37«). 

ILK. 10607 -- An act to amend the Adininistnitive Expenses Act of 1946, as amended, lo provide for 

reiinlnwsement of certain moving expenses of employees, ami to authoriz<' payment of 
expenses for storage of household goods and personal effects of employees assigned to 
isolated duty stations within the continental United States. Approved July 21, 1966. 
Public Law 89-516. 

H. U. 10625 An act relating to the tax treatment of certain amounts paid to certain members and former 

members of the uniformed services and to their survivors. Approved Mar. 8, 1966. 
Public Law 89-365. 

11. U. 10t)33.- An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay a judgment in favor of 

the (Juilcute Tribe of Indians, including the lloh Tribe, and for other |)urposes. Ap- 
proved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-655. 

H.H. 10674 An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay a judgment in favor of 

the Otoe and IMissouria Tiibo of Indians, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 
1966. Public Law 89-661. 

II. R. 10721 An act to amend the Federal Employees' Compensation Act to improve its benefits, and for 

other purposes. Approved July 4, 1966. Public Law 89-488. 

H.R. 10722.. An act to authorize the payment of an allowance of not to exceed $10 per day to employees 

assigned to duty at the Nevada Test Site of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 
and for other purposes. Approved Alar. 31, 1966. Public Law 89-383. 

H.R. 10747 An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay a judgment in favor of 

the Duwamish Tribe of Indians in Indian Claims Commission docket numbered 109, 
and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-660. 

H.R. 10823 An act relating to credit life insurance and credit health and accident insurance with respect 

to student loans. Approved Sept. 20, 1960. Public Law 89-594. 

H.R. 10860 An act to amend the Connally Hot Oil Act by exempting States from certain provisions 

thereof. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-644. 

H. R. 10998 An act to continue for a temporary period the existing suspension of duty on heptanoic acid. 

Approved May 31, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-432. 

H.R. 11006 An act to extend the statutory burial allowance to certain veterans whose deaths occur 

as a result of a service-connected disability. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-360. 

H.R. 11007 An act to provide statutory authority for the Deputy Administrator of \'eterans' Affairs 

to assume the duties of Administrator during the absence or disability of the Administrator, 
or during a vacancy in that office, and for other purposes. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-361. 

H.R. 11029 An act relating to the tariff treatment of certain woven fabrics. Approved Apr. 19, 1966. 

Public Law 89-405. 

H.R. 11087 An act to amend the District of Columbia Income and Franchise Tax Act of 1947, as 

amended, and the District of Columbia Business Corporation Act, as amended, with 
respect to certain foreign corporations. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-591. 

H.R. 11216 An act relating to the tariff treatment of articles assembled abroad of products of the United 

States, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-806. 

H.R. 11256 An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the priority and effect 

of Federal tax liens and levies, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-719. 

H.R. 11439 An act to provide for an increase in the annuities payable from the District of Columbia 

teachers' retirement and annuity fund, to revise the method of determining the cost- 
of-living increases in such annuities, and for other purposes. Approved July 5, 1966. 
Public Law 89-494. 

H.R. 11475 An act to provide for the control or elimination of jellyfish and other such pests in the 

coastal waters of the United States, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-720. 

H.R. 11487 An act to provide revenue for the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. Approved 

Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-610. 

H.R. 11488 An act to authorize the grade of brigadier general in the Medical Service Corps of the Regular 

Army, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 24, 1966. Public Law 89-603. 

H.R. 11555 An act to provide a border highway along the U.S. bank of the Rio Grande River in con- 
nection with the settlement of the Chamizal boundary dispute between the United States 
and Mexico. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-795. 

H.R. 11631 An act to amend title 38 of the United States Code to clarify, improve, and add additional 

programs relating to the Department of Medicine and Surgery of the \'eterans' Adminis- 
tration, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-785. 

H.R. 11653 An act to make permanent the existing suspension of duty on certain natural graphite. 

Approved May 31, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-433. 

H.R. 11660 An act relating to interest on income tax refunds made within 45 days after the filing of 

the tax return, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-721. 

H.R. 11664 An act to confer additional jurisdiction upon the Superintendent of Insurance for the Dis- 
trict of Columbia to regulate domestic stock insurance companies and to exempt such 
companies from sec. 12(g) (1) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Approved Apr. 18, 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-402. 

H.R. 11671 An act to approve a contract negotiated with the El Paso County Water Improvement 

District No. 1, Texas, to authorize the execution, and for other purposes. Approved 
Aug. 23, 1966. Public Law 89-543. 



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H.R. 11747 An act to amend sec. 3203, title 38, United States Code, to restrict the conditions under 

which benefits are immediately reduced upon readmission of veterans for hospitalization 
or other institutional care. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-362. 

H.R. 11748 An act to amend sec. Ill of title 38, United States Code, to authorize the prepayment of 

certain expenses associated with the travel of veterans to or from a Veterans' Administra- 
tion facility or other place, in connection with vocational rehabilitation or counseling, or 
for the purpose of examination, treatment, or care. Approved June 18, 1966. Public 
Law 89-455. 

H.R. 11782 An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to allow a deduction for additions to 

a reserve for certain guaranteed debt obligations, and for other purposes. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-722. 

H.R. 11927 An act to authorize the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to permit deduction by brokers 

of certain costs and expenses from rental collections on properties acquired under the 
veterans' loan programs. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-625. 

H.R. 1 1979 An act to extend the authority for the payment of special allowances to evacuated dependents 

of members of the uniformed services, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1966. 
Public Law 89-608. 

H.R. 11980 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to donate 2 obsolete German weapons to the 

Federal Repubhc of Germany. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-533. 

H.R. 12119 An act to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to replace the existing 

Fourteenth Street Bridge, also known as the Highway Bridge, across the Potomac River, 
and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-627. 

H.R. 12169 An act to amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other 

purposes. Approved Mar. 18, 1966. Public Law 89-371. 

H.R. 12232 An act to amend title 1 of the United States Code to provide for the admissibility in evi- 
dence of the slip laws and the Treaties and Other International Acts Series, and for other 
purposes. Approved July 8, 1966. Public Law 89-497. 

H.R. 12262 An act to continue until the close of June 30, 1969, the existing suspension of duty on cer- 
tain copying shoe lathes. Approved May 31, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-437. 

H.R. 12264 An act to declare that 99.84 acres of Government-owned land acquired for Indian adminis- 
trative purposes is held by the United States in trust for the Apache Tribe of the Mes- 
calero Reservation. Approved June 9, 1966. Public Law 89-445. 

H.R. 12270 An act to authorize the Secretary of Defense to lend certain Army, Navy, and Air Force 

equipment and to provide transportation and other services to the Boy Scouts of America 
in connection with the 12th Boy Scouts World Jamboree and 21st Boy Scouts World 
Conference to be held in the United States of America in 1967, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 4, 1966. Public Law 89-490. 

H.R. 12322 An act to enable cottongrowers to establish, finance, and carry out a coordinated program 

of research and promotion to improve the competitive position of, and to expand markets 
for, cotton. Approved July 13, 1966. Public Law 89-502. 

H.R. 12328 An act to extend for 3 years the period during which certain extracts suitable for tanning 

may be imported free of duty. Approved Sept. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-573. 

H.R. 12352 An act authorizing the conveyance of certain property to Pinellas County, Fla. Approved 

Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-630. 

H.R. 12360 An act to permit the sale of grain storage facilities to public and private nonprofit agencies 

and organizations. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-758. 

H.R. 12389 An act to increase the amount authorized to be appropriated for the development of the 

Arkansas Post National Memorial. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-530. 

H.R. 12437 An act to provide for the disposition of funds appropriated to pay a judgment in favor of 

the Nooksack Tribe of Indians, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public 
Law 89-656. 

H.R. 12461 An act to continue for a temporary period the existing suspension of duty on certain istlc. 

Approved Sent. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-575. 

H.R. 12463 An act to extend until June 30, 1969, the suspension of duty on crude chicory and the 

reduction in duty on ground chicory. Approved May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-439. 

H. R. 12563 An act to provide for the participation of the United States in the Asian Development Bank. 

Approved Mar. 16, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-369. 

H.R. 12657 An act to continue the suspension of duty on certain alumina and bauxite. Approved 

May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-440. 

H.R. 12664 An act to retrocede to the State of Colorado exclusive jurisdiction held by the United States 

over the real property comprising the Fort Lyon Veterans Hospital reservation. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-626. 

H.R. 12676 An act to amend the Tariff Schedules of the United States to provide that certain forms 

of copper be admitted free of duty. Approved June 23, 1966. Public Law 89-468. 

H.R. 12752 An act to provide for graduated withholding of income tax from wages, to require declara- 
tions of estimated tax with respect to self-employment income, to accelerate current 
payments of estimated income tax by corporations, to postpone certain excise tax rate 
reductions, and for other purposes. Approved Mar. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-368. 

H.R. 12762 An act to authorize appropriations for procurement of vessels and aircraft and construction 

of shore and offshore establishments for the Coast Guard. Approved Mar. 30, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-381. 

H. R. 12864 An act to make permanent the existing duty-free treatment of personal and household effects 

brought into the United States under Government orders. Approved May 31, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-436. 

H.R. 12889 An act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1966 for procurement of aircraft, 

missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, research, development, test, evaluation, 
and military construction for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes. Approved 
Mar. 15, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-367. 

H.R. 12997 An act to extend until July 15, 1968, the suspension of duty on electrodes imported for use 

in producing aluminum. Approved May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-434. 



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U.K. 13012 An rti'l to provide for the conveyance of certain real property to the city of IJiloxi, Miss. 

Approved Oct. 4, 19GG. Public Law 89 629. 

U.K. 13103 An net to provide equitable tax treatment for foreign investment in the United States, to 

establisli a presidential election eam|>aiKn fund to assist in financiiiK the costs of presi- 
dential election campaigns, and for otlier j)urposes. Approved Nov(!mber 13, 1960. 
Public Law S9-S09. 

H.R. 13125 An act to amend the provisions of title III of the Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950, as 

amended. Approved June 30, 1966. Public Law 89-483. 

H.R. 13161. An act to strengthen and improve programs of assistance for elementary and secondary 

schools, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-750. 

H.R. 13196 An act to amend the Public Health Service Act to increase the opportunities for training of 

medical technologists and personnel in other allied health professions, to iinprov(! the edu- 
cational quality of the schools training sucli allied health professions pensonnel, and to 
strengthen and improve the existing student loan programs for medical, osteopathic, den- 
tal, podiatry, pharmacy, optometric and nursing students, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-751. 

H.R. 13277 An act to amend the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands to provide for the reappor- 
tionment of the Legislature of the Virgin Islands. Approved Aug. 30, 1966. Public 
Law 89-548. 

H.R. 13284 An act to redefine eligibility for membership in AMVETS (American Veterans of World 

War II). Approved Sept. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-576. 

H.R. 13298 - An act to amend the Organic Act of Guam in order to authorize the legislature thereof 

to provide by law for the election of its members from election districts. Approved 
Sept. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-552. 

H.R. 13320 An act to authorize the disposal of industrial diamond stones from the national stockpile and 

the supplemental stockpile. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-723. 

H.R. 13365 An act to authorize the disposal of metallurgical grade chromite from the national stock- 
pile and the supplemental stockpile. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-415. 

H.R. 13366 An act to authorize the disposal of aluminum from the national stockpile. Approved 

June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-460. 

H.R. 13367 An act to authorize the disposal of acid grade fluorspar from the national stockpile. Ap- 
proved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-416. 

H.R. 13368 An act to authorise the disposal of bismuth from the national stockpile and the supple- 
mental stockpile. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-417. 

H.R. 13369 An act to authorize the disposal of molybdenum from the national stockpile. Approved 

May 5, 1966. Public Law 89-413. 

H.R. 13370 An act to authorize the disposal of fused crude aluminum oxide from the national stockpile 

and the supplemental stockpile. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-724. 

H.R. 13371 An act to authorize the disposal of phlogopite mica from the national stockpile and the 

supplemental stockpile. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-418. 

H.R. 13373 An act to authorize the disposal of muscovite mica from the national stockpile and the 

supplemental stockpile. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-419. 

H.R. 13374 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize the award of trophies for the 

recognition of special accomplishments related to the Armed Forces, and for other purpose 
Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-529. 

H.R. 13417 An act to amend the act of Oct. 4, 1961, to facilitate the efficient preservation and protection 

of certain lands in Prince Georges and Charles Counties, Md., and for other purposes. 
Approved July 19, 1966. Public Law 89-513. 

H.R. 13431 An act to extend the Renegotiation Act of 1951. Approved June 30, 1966. Public Law 

89-480. 

H.R. 13448 An act to amend title 39, United States Code, with respect to mailing privileges of members 

of the U.S. Armed Forces and other Federal Government personnel overseas, and for other 
purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-725. 

H.R. 13508 An act to direct the Secretary of Interior to cooperate with the States of New York and New 

Jersey on a program to develop, preserve, and restore the resources of the Hudson River 
and its shores and to authorize certain necessary steps to be taken to protect those re- 
sources from adverse Federal actions until the States and Congress shall have had an 
opportunity to act on that program Approved Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-605. 

H.R. 13546 An act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and 

for other purposes. Approved Mar. 25, 1966. Public Law 89-374. 

H.R. 13551 An act to amend the Law Enforcement Assistance Act of 1965, and for other purposes. 

Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-798. 

H.R. 13558 An act to provide for regulation of the professional practice of certified public accountants 

in the District of Columbia, including the examination, licensure, registration of certified 
public accountants, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 
89—578. 

H.R. 13578 An act to authorize the disposal of thodium from the national stockpile. Approved May 11, 

1966. Public Law 89-420. 

H.R. 13579 An act to authorize the disposal of thorium from the supplemental stockpile. Approved 

May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-421. 

H.R. 13580 An act to authorize the disposal of amosite asbestos from the national stockpile and the 

supplemental stockpile. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-422. 

n.K. 13650 An act to amend the Federal Tort Claims Act to authorize increased agency consideration 

of tort claims against the Government, and for other purposes. Approved July 18, 
1966. Public Law 89-506. 

H.R. 13651 An act to avoid unnecessary litigation by providing for the collection of claims of the United 

„ States, and for other purposes. Approved July 18, 1966. Public Law 89-508. 

n.K. 13652 An act to establish a statute of limitations for certain actions brought by the Government. 

Approved July 18, 1966. Public Law 89-505. 

xi.R. 13661 An act to authorize the disposal of battery-grade synthetic manganese dioxide from the 

national stockpile. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-726. 
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H.R. 13663 An act to authorize the disposal of ruthenium from the supplemental stockpile. Approved 

May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-423. 

H.R. 13703 An act to make technical amendments to titles 19 and 20 of the District of Columbia Code 

Approved Sept. 10, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-567. 

H.R. 13712 An act to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to extend its protection to additional 

employees, to raise the minimum wage, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 23, 1966. 
Public Law 89-601. 

H.R. 13768 An act to authorize the disposal of celestite from the supplemental stockpile. Approved 

June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-461. 

H.R. 13769 An act to authorize the disposal of cordage fiber (sisal) from the national stockpile. Ap- 
proved June 21, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-462. 

H.R. 13770 An act to authorize the disposal of crocidolite asbestos (harsh) from the supplemental stock- 
pile. Approved June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-463. 

H.R. 13772 An act to authorize the disposal of metallurgical grade manganese ore from the national 

stockpile and the supplemental stockpile. Approved Aug. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-539. 

H.R. 13773 An act to authorize the disposal of opium from the national stockpile. Approved June 21, 

1966. Pubhc Law 89-464. 

H.R. 13774 An act to authorize the disposal of vanadium from the national stockpile. Approved May 

11, 1966. Public Law 89-424. 

H.R. 13822 An act to provide for an additional Assistant Postmaster General, to further the research and 

development and construction engineering programs of the Post Office Department, and 
for other purposes. Approved July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-492. 

H.R. 13881 An act to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to regulate the transportation, sale, and 

handling of dogs, cats, and certain other animals intended to be used for purposes of 
research or experimentation, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 24, 1966. Public 
Law 89-544. 

H.R. 13935 An act to give the consent of Congress to the State of Massachusetts to become a party to 

the agreement relating to bus taxation proration and reciprocity as set forth in title II of 
the act of Apr. 14, 1965 (79 Stat. 60), and consented to by Congress in that act and in the 
act of Nov. 1, 1965 (79 Stat. 1157). Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-727. 

H.R. 13982 An act to amend the act of Aug. 14, 1964, to authorize payments of any amounts authorized 

under the act to the estates of persons who would have been eligible for payments under 
the authority of the act, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 
89-728. 

H.R. 14012 An act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, and for 

other purposes. Approved May 13, 1966. Public Law 89-426. 

H.R. 14019 An act to amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropria- 
tions, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-636. 

H.R. 14025 An act to extend the Defense Production Act of 1950, and for other purposes. Approved 

June 30, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-482. 

H.R. 14026 An act to provide for the more flexible regulation of maximum rates of interest or dividends 

payable by banks and certain other financial institutions on deposits or share accounts, 
to authorize higher reserve requirements on time deposits at member banks, to authorize 
open market operations in agency issues by the Federal Reserve banks, and for other 
purposes. Approved Sept. 21, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-597. 

H.R. 14050 An act to extend and amend the Library Services and Construction Act. Approved July 19, 

1966. Pubhc Law 89-511. 

H.R. 14075 An act to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to settle and pay certain claims arising out 

of the taking of the 1960 decennial census. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-729. 

H.R. 14088 An act to amend ch. 55 of title 10, United States Code, to authorize an improved health 

benefits program for retired members of the uniformed services and their dependents, and 
the dependents of active duty members of the uniformed services, and for other purposes. 
Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-614. 

H.R. 14122 An act to adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain employees of the Federal Govern- 
ment, and for other purposes. Approved July 18, 1966. Public Law 89-504. 

H.R. 14182 An act to provide for judgments for costs against the United States. Approved July 18, 

1966. Public Law 89-507. 

H.R. 14205 An act to declare the Old Georgetown Market a historic landmark and to require its preser- 
vation and continued use as a public market, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 21, 
1966. Public Law 89-600. 

H.R. 14215 An act making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for 

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved May 31, 1966. 
Public Law 89-435. 

H.R. 14266 An act making appropriations for the Treasury and Post Office Departments, the Executive 

Office of the President, and certain Independent Agencies, for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved June 29, 1966. Public Law 89-474. 

H.R. 14312 An act to increase the authorization for appropriation for continuing work in the Missouri 

River Basin by the Secretary of the Interior. Approved July 19, 1966. Public Law 
89-515. 

H.R. 14324 An act to authorize appropriations to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

for research and development, construction of facilities, and administrative operations, 
and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-528. 

H.R. 14347 An act to liberalize the provisions for payment to parents and children of dependency and 

indemnity compensation, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-730. 

H.R. 14355 An act to amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Unemployment Insur- 
ance Act, and the Railroad Retirement Tax Act to make certain technical changes, to pro- 
vide for survivor benefits to children ages 18 to 21, inclusive, and for other purposes. 
Approved Oct. 30, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-700. 



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lilt. l-IAiK) All !ii-t nmkiiig iippropiiiilioiis for llu- Diparliuciit of Agriculture and nilatod agciicicH for 

till- fiscal voar oiuliiiK June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 7, 15)66. 

Public Law 89-556. 
il.H. 1U)01 An act to authorize a study of facilities and services to bo furnished visitors and students 

coming to the Nation's Capital. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89 790. 
IK. Mt>15 An act for the relief of certain members and former menil)(>rs of the Army on whose beluilf 

erroneous pavments were made for storage of household goods. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. 

Public Law 89-782. 
ILK. 14643 An act to provide for the strengthening of American educational resources for international 

studies and research, .\pproved Oct. '2d, 1966. Public Law 89-698. 
[I.U. 14644 An act to amend the Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, the Higher Education Act of 

1965, an<l the National Defense Education Act of 1958. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public 
Law 89-752. 

ILK. 14732 An act to authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with 

sec. 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes. Approved 
May 21, 1966. Public Law 89-428. 

[LR. 14741 An act to authorize an increase in the number of Marine Corps officers who may serve in 

the combined grades of brigadier general and major general. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-731. 

U.K. 14745 An act making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, and Health, Education, and 

Welfare, and related agencies, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, and for other 
purposes. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-787. 

H.R. 14875 An act to amend sec. 1035 of title 10, United States Code, and other laws, to authorize 

members of the uniformed services who are on duty outside the United States or its 
possessions to deposit their savings with a uniformed service, and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-538. 

H.R. 14888 An act to amend the act of Feb. 28, 1947, as amended, to authorize the Secretary of Agri- 
culture to cooperate in screwworm eradication in Mexico. Approved July 27, 1966. 
Public Law 89-521. 

H.R. 14904 An act to revise postal rates on certain 4th-class mail, and for other purposes. Approved 

Sept. 20, 1966. Public Law 89-593. 

H.R. 14921 An act making appropriations for sundry independent executive bureaus, boards, commis- 
sions, corporations, agencies, offices, and the Department of Housing and U^rban Devel- 
opment for the fiscal vear ending June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved 
Sept. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-555. 

H.R. 14929 An act to promote international trade in agricultural commodities, to combat hunger and 

malnutrition, to further economic development, and for other purposes. Approved 
Nov. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-808. 

H.R. 15005 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to increase the authorized numbers for the 

grade of major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel in the Air Force in order to provide active 
duty promotion opportunities for certain officers, and for other purposes. Approved 
Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-606. 

H.R. 15024 An act to authorize the Administrator of General Services to select an available Government- 
owned site in the District of Columbia and to improve and lease such site for a temporary 
heliport. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-759. 

H.R. 15098 An act to amend Public Law 89-284 relating to participation of the United States in the 

HemisFair 1968 Exposition to be held in San Antonio, Tex., in 1968, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-685. 

H.R. 15111 An act to provide for continued progress in the Nation's war on poverty. Approved Nov. 8, 

1966, Public Law 89-794. 

H.R. 15124 An act to amend section 316 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amehded. 

Approved June 24, 1966. Public Law 89-471. 

H.R. 15151 An act to permit the planting of alternate crops on acreage which is unplanted because of a 

natural disaster. Approved June 17, 1966. Public Law 89-451. 

H.R. 15183 An act to adjust the status of Cuban refugees to that of lawful permanent residents of the 

United States, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-732. 

H.R. 15202 An act to provide, for the period beginning on July 1, 1966, and ending on June 30, 1967, 

a temporary increase in the pubhc debt limit set forth in sec. 21, of the Second Liberty 
Bond Act. Approved June 24, 1966. Public Law 89-472. 

H.R. 15225 An act to amend section 15d of the Tennessee Valley Authority Act of 1933 to increase the 

amount of bonds which may be issued by the Tennessee Vallev Authority. Approved 
Aug. 12, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-537. 

H.R. 15335 An act to amend the act entitled "An act to establish an Advisory Commission on Inter- 
governmental Relations", approved Sept. 24, 1959. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-733. 

H.R. 15456 An act making appropriations for the legislative branch for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

1967, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-545. 

H.R. 15485 An act to authorize the exchange of certain fluorspar and ferromanganese held in the national 

and supplemental stockpiles. Approved Aug. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-540. 
H.R. 15510 An act to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961 to authorize 

the Secretary of Agriculture to hold prepayments made to the Secretary by insured loan 

borrowers and transmit them to the holder of the note in installments as they become due. 

Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-633. 
H.R. 15662 An act to amend the Federal Seed Act (53 Stat. 1275), as amended. Approved Oct. 15, 

1966. Public Law 89-686. 
H.R. 15727 An act to establish rates of compensation for certain positions within the Smithsonian Insti- 

tution. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-734. 
H.R. 15748 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize a special 30-day period of leave 

for a member of a uniformed service who voluntarily extends his tour of dutv in a hostile 

fire area. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-735. 



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H.R. 15750 An act to amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-583. 

H.R. 15766 An act to establish a National Commission on Reform of Federal Criminal Laws. Approved 

Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-801. 

H.R. 15857 An act to amend the District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of 1958 to in- 
crease salaries of officers and members of the Metropolitan Police force and the Fire 
Department, to amend the District of Columbia Teachers' Salary Act of 1955 to increase 
the salaries of teachers, school officers, and other employees of the Board of Education of 
the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 13, 1966. Public 
Law 89-810. 

H.R. 15858 An act to amend sec. 6 of the District of Columbia Redevelopment Act of 1945, to authorize 

earlv land acquisition for the purpose of acquiring a site for a replacement of Shaw Junior 
High School. Approved Sept. 12, 1966. Public Law 89-569. 

H.R. 15860 An act to establish the District of Columbia Bail Agency, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved July 26, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-519. 

H.R. 15941 An act making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-687. 

H.R. 15963 An act to establish a Department of Transportation, and for other purposes. Approved 

Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-670. 

H. R. 16074 An act to cancel certain unpaid interest accrued after Sept. 30, 1961, on loans made to World 

War I veterans upon the security of adjusted-service certificates. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-736. 

H.R. 16114 An act to provide for the inclusion of premium pay under sec. 5545(c)(1) of title 5, United 

States Code, for the purpose of determining benefits under the civil service retirement, 
group life insurance, and injury compensation provisions of such title, and for other 
purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-737. 

H.R. 16330 An act to provide for extension of the program of grants-in-aid to the Republic of the Philip- 
pines for the hospitalization of certain veterans, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 
30, 1966. Public Law 89-612. 

H.R. J6367 An act to extend the benefits of the War Orphans' Educational Assistance program to the 

children of those veterans of the Philippine Commonwealth Army who died or have be- 
come permanently and totally disabled by reason of their service during World War II, 
and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-613. 

H.R. 16394 An act for the relief of certain enlisted members of the military services who lost interest 

on amounts deposited under sec. 1035 of title 10, United States Code, or prior laws author- 
izing enlisted members' deposits, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-738. 

H.R. 16557 An act to provide for the refund of certain amounts erroneously deducted for National Serv- 
ice Life Insurance premiums from the pay of former members of the organized military 
forces of the Government of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, and to amend title 38 
of the United States Code to provide that certain payments under that title shall be made 
at a rate in Philippine pesos as is equivalent to $0.50 for each dollar authorized. Approved 
Oct. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-641. 

H.R. 16559 An act to amend the Marine Resources and Engineering Development Act of 1966 to 

authorize the establishment and operation of sea grant colleges and programs by initiating 
and supporting programs of education and research in the various fields relating to the 
development of marine resources, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. 
Public Law 89-688. 

H.R. 16608 An act to amend the charter of Southeastern University of the District of Columbia. Ap- 
proved Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-639. 

H.R. 16646 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize the award of Exemplary Re- 
habilitation Certificates to certain individuals after considering their character and con- 
duct in civilian life after discharge or dismissal from the Armed Forces, and for other 
purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-690. 

H.R. 16715 An act to amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962. Approved Nov. 

7, 1966. Public Law 89-792. 

H.R. 16774 An act to continue for a temporary period certain existing rules relating to the deductibility 

of accrued vacation pay. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-692. 

H.R. 16813 An act to transfer to the Atomic Energy Commission complete administrative control of 

approximately 78 acres of public domain land located in the Otowi section near Los 
Alamos County. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-693. 

H.R. 16863 An act to amend the act of June 10, 1844, in order to clarify the corporate name of George- 
town University, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-631. 

H.R. 16940 An act to amend the provisions of the act of Apr. 8, 1935, relating to the Board of Trustees of 

Trinity College of Washington, District of Columbia. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public 
Law 89-628. 

H.R. 16958 An act to authorize the establishment in the District of Columbia of a public college of arts 

and sciences and a vocational and technical institute. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-791. 

H.R. 17119 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to permit members of the Armed Forces to 

be assigned or detailed to the Environmental Science Services Administration, Depart- 
ment of Commerce. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-683. 

H.R. 17190 An act to authorize the establishment and operation by Gallaudet College of a model 

secondary school for the deaf to serve the National Capital region. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. PubUc Law 89-694. 

H.R. 17271 An act to amend sec. 112 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to increase from $200 to 

$500 the monthly combat pay exclusion for commissioned officers serving in combat zones. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-739. 

H.R. 17285 An act to amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 and the Railroad Retirement Tax 

Act, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-699. 



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17376 - An net to authoriEO tlui di.sposiil of nickel from the national Htockpilo. Ajjiiroved Nov. 2, 

1901). Public T.ivw S*)-740. 

17410 An act to amend the act incorporating the American Legion bo as to redefine eligibility 

for inombership therein. Approved Sept. 1, 19CG. Public Law 89-550. 

17451 - - An act to preserve the l):iy and relireniciit ])rivileKc.s of certain fornu-r deputy chiefs of Navy 

bureau.'^. Approved Nov. "J, lUCC. Public Law 89-741. 

17588 An act to amcncl sec. 8(g) of the Soil ( "onservation and Donuistic Allotment Act with respect 

to as-signnicnts. Approved Nov. 2, 190(5. Public Law 89-742. 

17607- An act to suspend the investment credit and the allowance of accelerated depreciation in 

the case of certain real property. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-800. 

17636 An act making appropriations for the government of the District of Columbia and other 

activities chargeable in whole or in part against the revenues of said District for the fiscal 
year ending Jvme 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1960. Public Law 
89-743. 

17637- An act making appropriations for military construction for the Department of Defense for 

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-744. 
17658 An act to provide for the striking of medals in commemoration of the U.S. Naval Construc- 
tion Battalions (SEABEES) 25th anniversary and the U.S. Navy Civil Engineers Corps 
(CEC) 100th anniversary. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-783. 

17787 -. An act making appropriations for certain civil functions administered by the Department 

of Defense, the Panama Canal, certain agencies of the Department of the Interior, the 
Atomic Energy Commission, the Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Study Commission, 
the Delaware River Basic Commission, the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corpora- 
tion, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the Water Resources Council, for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-689. 

H.R. 17788 An act making appropriations for foreign assistance and related agencies for the fiscal year 

ending June 30, 1967, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 
89-691. 

H.R. 17798 An act to provide that a judgment or decree of the District of Columbia court of general 

sessions shall not constitute a lien until filed and recorded in the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-745. 

H.R. 18019 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to construct an addition at the Walter Reed 

Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-746. 

H.R. 18021 An act to amend the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, and for other purposes. 

Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-779. 

H.R. 18119 An act making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, the 

judiciary, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, and for other 
purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-797. 

H.K. 18217 An act to provide home leave for Federal seafaring personnel, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-747. 

H.R. 18233 An act authorizing the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on 

rivers and harbors for navigation, flood control, and for other purposes. Approved 
Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-789. 

H.R. 18284 An act to authorize the Attorney General to adjust the legislative jurisdiction exercised by 

the United States over lands within the Federal reformatory at Chillicothe, Ohio. Nov. 
2, 1966. Public Law 89-748. 

H.R. 18381 An act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, and for 

other purposes. Approved Oct. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-697. 



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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS WHICH HAVE BECOME 

PUBLIC LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

H.J. Res. 95 Joint resolution to designate the lake to be formed by the waters impounded by Sanford 

Dam, Canadian River project, Texas, as "Lake Meredith." Approved Aug. 31, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-153. 

H.J. Res. 195 Joint resolution to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to promulgate 

special regulations for the period of the American Legion National Convention of 1966, 
to be held in Washington, D.C.; to authorize the granting of certain permits to the 
American Legion 1966 Convention Corp. of the District of Columbia on the occasion 
of such convention, and for other purposes. Approved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-25. 

H.J. Res. 234 Joint resolution making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1965, 

for certain activities of the Department of Agriculture, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Feb. 11, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-2. 

H.J. Res. 309 Joint resolution to amend the joint resolution of Mar. 25, 1953, to increase the number of 

electric typewriters which may be furnished to Members by the Clerk of the House. 
Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-248. 

H.J. Res. 324 Joint resolution to provide for the reappointment of Robert V. Fleming as Citizen Regent 

of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Approved Aug. 13, 1965. 
Pubhc Law 89-123. 

H.J. Res. 330 Joint resolution to authorize the disposal of chromium metal, acid grade fluorspar, and silicon 

carbide from the supplemental stockpile. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-252. 

H.J. Res. 397 Joint resolution to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia on behalf of 

the United States to transfer from the United States to the District of Columbia Rede- 
velopment Land Agency title to certain real property in said District. Approved Nov. 2, 
1965. Public Law 89-317. 

H.J. Res. 431 Joint resolution extending the duration of copyright protection in certain cases. Approved 

Aug. 28, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-142. 

H.J. Res. 436 Joint resolution to amend sec. 316 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 to extend 

the time by which a lease transferring a tobacco acreage allotment may be filed. Ap- 
proved May 27, 1965. Public Law 89-29. 

H.J. Res. 447 Joint resolution making a supplemental appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

1965, for military functions of the Department of Defense, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved May 7, 1965. Public Law 89-18. 

H.J. Res. 454 Joint resolution to provide for the development of E 'is Island as a part of the Statue of 

Liberty National Monument, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 17, 1965. Public 
Law 89-129. 

H.J. Res. 481 Joint resolution to amend the joint resolution of Mar. 25, 1953, to expand the types of equip- 
ment furnished Members of the House of Representa.iv'es. Approved Aug. 13, 1965. 
Public Law 89-122. 

H.J. Res. 541 Joint resolution to extend the Area Redevelopment Act for a period of 2 months. Ap- 
proved June 30, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-55. 

H.J. Res; 553 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1966, and for other 

purposes. Approved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-58. 

H.J. Res. 571 Joint resolution to authorize the President to proclaim the week beginning Oct. 25, 1965, 

as National Parkinson Week. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Public 89-294. 

H.J. Res. 591 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1966, and for other 

purposes. Approved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-96. 

H.J. Res. 597 Joint resolution providing for the erection of a memorial to the late Dr. Robert H. Goddard, 

the father of rocketry. Approved Nov. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-320. 

H.J. Res. 632 Joint resolution to authorize the Administrator of General Services to enter into an agree- 
ment with the University of Texas for the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Archival 
Depository, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-169. 

H.J. Res. 639 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1966, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-159. 

H.J. Res. 641 Joint resolution authorizing Father Flanagan's Boys' Home to erect a memorial in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia or its environs. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-325. 

H.J. Res. 671 Joint resolution to authorize the President to proclaim the month of November as "Water 

Conservation Month." Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-327. 

H.J. Res. 673 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1966, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-221. 

H.J. Res. 695 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1966, and for other 

purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-256. 

H.J. Res. 788 Joint resolution establishing that the 2d regular session of the 89th Cong., convene at noon 

on Monday, Jan. 10, 1966. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-340. 



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II. J. Hos. 403 Joint rosolutioii aiitlioriziiin ;in appropriation to cniihlc tlic United Stati.-H to extend im 

invitation to the World llcaltii OrKiini/iition to hold llic '22d World IJcaltli As8eml)ly 

in Boston, Mass., in I'M)'.). Approved Mar. i, I •.)()(). rid)lic l-aw SO 'Ar,7. 
II. J. lies. t)SS_ Joint rosoliit ion to KiNo ciri'i't to t ho Auri'cnicnt for Facilitating t lie Intcriuitionul Circulation 

of \isual and Auditory Materials of an Educational, Scientific, and ("ultund ('haractcr, 

approved at Heirut in"l',)4S. Ai)i)rove(l Oct. N, I'JlUi. Public Law HU (i.'M. 
11 J l\(\s 7t)3 Joint ri\solution authorizing the President to proclaim the week in which June 14 occurs a.s 

National Flag Week. Approved June 9, I'JOO. Public Law 89-44:}. 
11 J Hes. 767. . Joint resolution authorizing the President to proclaim National Ski Week. Approved 

Jan. 21, 1966. Public Law 89-351. 
H.,I. lies. 810 Joint resolution to authorize the President to proclaim the 8th day of September 1966 as 

"International Literacy Day". Approved Aug. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-546. 
11. ,1. Hcs. 837 Joint resolution to authorize the President to proclaim the week beginning Apr. 17, 1966, 

as "State and Municipal Bond Week." Approver! Apr. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-397. 
II.J. Res. 997 Joint resolution to support U.S. participation in relieving victims of hunger in India 

and to enhance India's capacity to meet the nutritional needs of its people. Approved 

Apr. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-406. 
H.J. Res. 1001 Joint resolution to provide for the designation of the montli of May each year as "Stcelmark 

Month." Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-703. 
11. J. Res. 1178 Joint resolution to authorize the District of Columbia to promulgate special regulations for 

the period of the 93d annual session of the Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic Order of the 

Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America, to be held in Washington, D.C., in July 

1967, to authorize the granting of certain permits to Imperial Shrine Convention, 1967, 

Inc., on the occasions of such sessions, and for other purposes. Approved July 19, 1966. 

Public Law 89-514. 
H.J. Res. 1180 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1967, and for other 

purposes. Approved June 30, 1966. Public Law 89-481. 
H.J. Res. 1207 Joint resolution to authorize the Administrator of General Services to accept title to the 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 27, 1966. 

Public Law 89-547. 
H.J. Res. 1284 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1967, and for other 

purposes. Approved Aug. 31, 1966. Public Law 89-549. 
II.J. Res. 1308 Joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1967, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-611. 
H.J. Res. 1322 Joint resolution fixing the time of assembly of the 90th Congress. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 

Public Law 89-704. 



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HOUSE BILLS WHICH HAVE BECOME PRIVATE LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

H.R. 70 An act to provide for the conveyance of approximately 80 acres of land to the heirs of 

Adam Jones, Creek Indian not enrolled. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private Law 89-25. 
H.R. 1217 An act for relief of Capt. Paul W. Oberdorfer. Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 

89-17. 
H.R. 1218 An act for the relief of T. W. Holt & Co. and/or Holt Import & Export Co. Approved 

Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-191. 

H.R. 1221 An act for the relief of Betty H. Going. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-122. 

H.R. 1236 An act for the relief of Salvador Munoz-Tostado. Approved July 16, 1965. Private Law 

89-11. 
H.R. 1274 An act for the relief of Mrs. Michiko Miyazaki Williams. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. Private 

Law 89-130. 
H.R. 1291 An act for the relief of the children of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dombrowski. Approved Aug. 31, 

1965. Private Law 89-52. 

H.R. 1306 An act for the relief of Loretta Negrin. Approved July 16, 1965. Private Law 89-12. 

H.R. 1311 An act for the relief of Joseph J. McDevitt. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-150. 

H.R. 1314 An act for the relief of Foster Masahiko Gushard. Approved Aug. 2, 1965. Private 

Law 89-23. 
H.R. 1317 An act to provide for the free entry of a mass spectrometer which was imported during May 

1963 for the use of Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. 

Private Law 89-198. 

H.R. 1319 An act for the relief of Joseph Durante. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private Law 89-147. 

H.R. 1322 An act for the relief of Mrs. Ana Cristina Rainforth. Approved Aug. 2, 1965. Private 

Law 89-24. 
H.R. 1374 An act for the relief of CWO Elden R. Comer. Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 

89-18. 
H.R. 1386 An act to provide for the free entry of 1 mass spectrometer for the use of Pomona College. 

Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-172. 
H.R. 1393 An act for the relief of Mrs. Maria Eduvigis Aran Heffernan. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. 

Private Law 89-178. 

H.R. 1395 An act for the relief of Irene McCafferty. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-111. 

H.R. 1402 An act for the relief of Dr. Jorge Rosendo Barahona. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. Private 

Law 89-74. 

H.R. 1409 An act for the relief of Louis W. Hann. Approved Oct. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-161. 

H.R. 1443 An act for the relief of Mrs. Olga Bernice Bramson Gilfillan. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. 

Private Law 89-65. 
H.R. 1453 An act for the relief of the Jefferson Construction Co. Approved June 5, 1965. Private 

Law 89-4. 
H.R. 1481 An act for the relief of the estate of Donovan C. Moffett. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private 

Law 89-60. 
H.R. 1487 An act for the relief of Maj. Kenneth F. Coykendall, U.S. Army. Approved July 30, 1965. 

Private Law 89-19. 

H.R. 1627 An act for the relief of Esterina Ricupero. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 89-66. 

H.R. 1644 An act for the relief of 1st Lt. Robert B. Gann, and others. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. 

Private Law 89-162. 
H.R. 1820 An act for the relief of Winsome Elaine Gordon. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private law 

89-67. 
H.R. 1836 An act for the relief of Constantinos Agganis. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 

89-151. 

H.R. 1870 An act for the relief of Edward G. Morhauser. Approved June 2, 1965. Private Law 89-2. 

H.R. 1889 An act for the relief of Albert Marks. Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 89-20. 

H.R. 1892 An act for the relief of M. Sgt. Richard G. Smith, U.S. Air Force, retired. Approved 

Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-101. 
H. R. 1987 An act for the relief of Nabhane M. Nickley (Nabhane M. Karam) . Approved Aug. 3, 1965. 

Private Law 89-26. 
H.R. 1989 An act for the relief of Krystyna Stella Hancock. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Private Law 

89-31. 

H.R. 2005 An act for the relief of Miss Gloria Seborg. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-152. 

H.R. 2012 An act for the relief of Dr. Ignace.D. Liu. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private Law 89-27. 

H.R. 2139 An act for the relief of Mrs. Mauricia Reyes. Approved June 7, 1965. Private Law 89-6. 

H.R. 2285 An act for the relief of Mrs. Concetta Cioffi Carson. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 

Law 89-153. 
H.R. 2299 An act for the relief of Robert L. Yates and others. Approved June 14, 1965. Private 

Law 89-7. 



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11. H. 2303 An act for the roliof of Krnost J. Carliii. Approved Nov. H, lyC). Private Law Hi)-206. 

11. H. 2305 An act for the relief of Zenaida Quijano Lazaro. Approved Sept. 21, \'M\ri. I'rivati- Law 

89-SlJ. 
U.K. 2351-. An act for the relief of Teresita Centeno Vuldez. Approved Aug. 4, 190r). I'rivate Law 

8'.)-32. 
II. H. 2354.. \n act for the relief of William L. Chatclain, U.S. Navy, retired. Approved June 2, H)05. 

Private Law S<)-3. 

U.K. 2358 An act for the relief of Tony Boone. Approved Oct. 9, 19G5. Private Law 8<)-I29. 

n.H. 2360 An act for the relief of Dr. Antonio K. Perez. Approved Aur. 4, V.H\r,. Private Law 89-33. 

II. H. 2499..- An act for the relief of Uemedios Ocanipo. Approved Aug. 3, 19(15. Private Law 89-28. 

IT.H. 2557.- An act for the relief of P>ank Simnis. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-154. 

H.H. 2565 An act to provide for the free entry of one mass spectrometer for the use of the University 

of Chicago. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-199. 

H.R. 2571 An act for the relief of Ralph S. DeSocio, Jr. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-207. 

H.R. 2578 An act for the relief of Maxie L. Rupert. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-173. 

U.K. 2678.. An act for the relief of Joo Yul Kim. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 89-68. 

H.R. 2694 An act for the relief of John Allen. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-115. 

H.R. 2757 An act for the relief of Maria Alexandres Siagris. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 

89-155. 

H.R. 2762 An act for the relief of Manlio Massimiliani. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-179. 

H.R. 2772 An act for the relief of Ksenija Popovic. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Private Law 89-128. 

H.H. 2871 An act for the relief of Dorota Zytka. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 89-69. 

H.R. 2881 An act for the relief of George A. Grabert. Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 89-21. 

H.R. 2906 An act for the relief of Mrs. Lily Ning Shcehan. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 

89-180. 
H.R. 2913 An act for the relief of Lt. Thomas A. Farrell, U.S. Navy, and others. Approved July 30, 

1965. Private Law 89-22. 

H.R. 2926 An act for the relief of Efstahia Giannos. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-112. 

H.R. 2933 An act for the relief of Kim Jai Sung. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-113. 

H.R. 3051 An act for the relief of Vermont Maple Orchards, Inc., Burlington, Vt. Approved June 14, 

1965. Private Law 89-8. 

H.R. 3062 An act for the relief of Son Chung Ja. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-123. 

H.R. 3074 An act for the relief of Maxie L. Stevens. Approved June 14, 1965. Private Law 89-9. 

H.R. 3079 An act for the relief of Mrs. Eleni Bacola Ciacco, M.D. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Private 

Law 89-204. 
H.R. 3126 An act to provide for the free entry of 1 mass spectrometer for the University of Washington. 

Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-181. 

H.R. 3128 An act for the relief of Angelo lannuzzl. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-103. 

H.R. 3288 An act for the relief of Hwang Tai Shik. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-156. 

H.R. 3292 An act for the relief of Consuelo Alvarado de Corpus. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private 

Law 89-70. 
H.R. 3337 An act for the relief of Mrs. Antonio de Oyarzabal. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 

89-124. 

H.R. 3515 An act for the relief of Mary Ann Hartmann. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private Law 

89-148. 

H.R. 3625 An act for the relief of Alfred Estrada. Approved July 28, 1965. Private Law 89-16. 

H.R. 3634 An act for the relief of CWO Edward E. Kreiss. Approved July 16, 1965. Private Law 

89-13. 
H.R. 3638 An act for the relief of Robert 0. Overton, Marjorie C. Overton, and Sally Eitel. Approved 

Julv 21, 1965. Private Law 89-14. 

H.R. 3669 An act for the relief of Emilia Majka. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-157. 

H.R. 3684 An act for the relief of Maj. Alexander F. Berol, U.S. Army, retired. Approved Sept. 29, 

1965. Private Law 89-104. 

H.R. 3750 An act for the relief of certain individuals. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-62. 

H.R. 3765 An act for the relief of Miss Rosa Basile DeSantis. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 

89-116. 
H.R. 3770 An act for the relief of certain individuals employed by the Department of the Navy at the 

Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu, Calif. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-158. 
H.R. 3899 An act for the relief of C. R. SheafTer and Sons. Approved June 5, 1965. Private Law 

89-5. 

H.R. 3905 An act for the relief of Bibi Daljeet Kaur. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-200. 

H.R. 4024 An act for the relief of Lewis H. Nelson, IIL Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 

89-49. 
H.R. 4025 An act for the relief of Terence J. O'Donnell, Thomas P. Wilcox, and Clifford M. Springberg. 

Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-50. 

H.R. 4078 An act for the relief of William L. Minton. Approved Oct 27, 1965. Private Law 89-159. 

H.R. 4088 An act for the relief of Irving M. Sobin Chemical Co., Inc. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. 

Private Law 89-201. 
H.R. 4131 An act for the relief of Mrs. Phoebe Thompson Neesham. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private 

Law 89-29. 
H.R. 4137 An act for the relief of Dr. Jan Rosciszewski. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Private Law 

89-163. 
H.R. 4194 An act for the relief of Angelica Anagnostopoulos. Approved Oct 29, 1965. Private Law 

89-164. 

H.R. 4203 An act for the relief of Alton G. Edwards. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-160. 

H.R. 4338 An act to authorize the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States to rent certain 

property in the District of Columbia for certain office purposes. Approved May 22, 

1965. Private Law 89-1. 
H.R. 4464 An act for the relief of Michael Hadjichristofas, Aphrodite Hadjichristofas, and Paniote 

Hadjichristofas. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-165. 



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H.R. 4596 An act for the relief of Myra Knowles Snelling. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 

89-117. 
H.R. 4603 An act for the relief of Lt. (jg.) Harold Edward Henning, U.S. Navy. Approved Oct. 5, 

1965. Private Law 89-127. 
H.R. 4719 An act for the relief of Josephine C. Rumley, administratrix of the estate of George S. 

Rumley. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-63. 
H.R. 4832 An act to provide for the free entry of a mass spectrometer for the use of St. Louis Univer- 
sity. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-174. 

H.R. 5006 An act for the relief of Diosdado F. Almazan. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-202. 

H.R. 5217 An act to permit the vessel Little Nancy to be documented for use in the coastwise trade. 

Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-192. 
H.R. 5457 An act for the relief of Maria del Rosario de Fatima Lopez Hayes. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. 

Private Law 89-140. 
H.R. 5554 An act for the relief of Mary Frances Crabbs. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 

89-141. 

H.R. 5819 An act for the relief of John Henry Taylor. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-51. 

H.R. 5839 An act for the relief of Sgt. Donald R. Hurrle, U.S. Marine Corps. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. 

Private Law 89-118. 

H.R. 5903 An act for the relief of William C. Page. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-119. 

H.R. 5904 An act for the relief of Nam le Kim. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 89-142. 

H.R. 6229 An act for the relief of Kim Sun Ho. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 89-143. 

H.R. 6235 An act for the relief of Chun Soo Kim. Approved Oct. 23. 1965. Private Law 89-144. 

H.R. 6312 An act for the relief of Mario Menna. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-182. 

H.R. 6655 An act for the relief of Pieter Cornells Metzelaar. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 

89-183. 
H.R. 6666 An act to provide for the free entry of a ninety-centimeter split-pole magnetic spectrograph 

system with orange-peel internal conversion spectrometer attached for the use of the 

University of Pittsburgh. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-208. 
H.R. 6719 An act for the relief of Mrs. Kazuyo Watanabe Ridgely. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private 

Law 89-71. 

H.R. 6720 An act for the relief of Ping-Kwan Fong. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-184. 

H.R. 6726 An act for the relief of William S. Perrigo. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Private Law 89-138. 

H.R. 6819 An act for the relief of Dr. Orhan Metin Ozmat. Approved Oct. 21, 1965. Private Law 

89-139. 
H.R. 6906 An act to provide for the free entry of one mass spectrometer and one split pole spectrograph 

for the use of the University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 

Private Law 89-193. 

H.R. 7090 An act for the relief of certain individuals. Approved Oct. 5, 1965. Private Law 89-126. 

H.R. 7282 An act for the relief of Richard D. Walsh. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-185. 

H.R. 7357 An act for the relief of Dr. Felipe V. Lavapies. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 

89-186. 
H.R. 7453 An act for the relief of Margaret Elizabeth and Frederick Henry Todd. Approved Nov. 1, 

1965. Private Law 89-194. 
H.R. 7608 An act to provide for the free entry of 1 automatic steady state distribution machine for 

the use of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 

Law 89-187. 
H.R. 7682 An act for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Voss. Approved Oct. 4, 1965. Private Law 

89-125. 
H.R. 8135 An act for the relief of Jennifer Rebecca Siegel. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 

89—188 

H.R. 8212 An act for the relief of Kent A. Herath. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-120. 

H.R. 8218 An act for the relief of Walter K. Willis. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-105. 

H.R. 8232 An act to provide for the free entry of one mass spectrometer-gas chromatograph for the 

use of Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Okla. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private 

Law 89-195. 
H.R. 8272 An act to provide for the free entry of an isotope separator for the use of Princeton Uni- 
versity, Princeton, N.J. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-175. 
H.R. 8350 An act for the relief of the successors in interest of Cooper Blyth and Grace Johnston Blyth 

otherwise Grace McCloy Blyth. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-166. 
H.R. 8351 An act for the relief of Clarence L. Aiu and others. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private 

Law 89-87. 
H.R. 8352 An act for the relief of certain employees of the Foreign Service of the United States. Ap- 
proved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-121. 
H.R. 8353 An act for the relief of Becky Jo and Charles R. Smith. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Private 

Law 89-205. 
H.R. 8457 An act for the relief of Robert G. Mikuleckv. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 

89-145. 

H.R. 8646 An act for the relief of Rifkin Textiles Corp. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-176. 

H.R. 9041 An act to restore to the heirs of the Indian grantor certain tribal land of the Iowa Tribe of 

Oklahoma. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private Law 89-30. 
H.R. 9351 An act to provide for the free entry of one shadomaster measuring projector for the use of 

the University of South Dakota. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-196. 
H.R. 9521 An act for the relief of Clarence Earle Davis. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 

89-146. 

H.R. 9526 An act for the relief of Raffaella Achilli. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private Law 89-149. 

H.R. 9587 An act to provide for the free entry of a Craig countercurrent distribution apparatus for 

the use of Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 

Private Law 89-197. 



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U.K. 1)588 All act to i)rovi(lo for tlic frco oatry of nn electrically (Irivcn rotutiiiK chair for llie uh<3 of 

the l;i)uisinnn State IJniversitv Medical Center, Now Orleans, La. Approved Oct. ,'10, 

1<)()5. Private Law 8'.)-l77. 

11. U. '.)Sr)4 - All act for the relief of A. T. Leiuy. Approved Sept. '2',), 1%.'). Private Law 80-114. 

11. 1{. 991)3 An act to provide for the free entry of certain scientific instruments for the use of c(!rtaiii 

universities. Approved Nov. S, 1965. Private Law 89-209. 
11. U. 10097 Anactfortherelief of North Counties Hydro-Electric Co. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private 

Law 89-210. 
11. U. 10132 - An act to authorize the Honorable Joseph W. Martin, Jr., of Massachusetts, former Speaker 

of the House of Representatives, to accept the award of the Military Order of (Christ 

with the rank of urand ofiicer. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private; Law 89-61. 
\l.\{. 10256 An act for the relief of James D. W. Blvth, his wife, Jean Mary Blyth, and their daughter, 

Penelope Jean Blyth. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-189. 

H.R. 10292 An act for the relief of Hilda Shen Tsiang. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 89-190. 

H.H. 10342 -. An act to authorize the Honorable Frances P. Bolton, of Ohio, a Member of the House of 

Representatives, to accept the award of Officier in the French National Order of the 

Legion of Honor. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. Private Law 89-64. 
H.R. 10878 An act for the relief of Anderson G. Matsler, Sr., M. Sgt., U.S. Air Force, retired. 

Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-211. 

Second Session 

H.R. 1233 An act for the relief of Lee Chung Woo. Approved June 24, 1966. Private Law 89-256 

H.R. 1240 An act for the relief of Harry C. Engle. Approved July 8, 1966. Private Law 89-261. 

H.R. 1269. Anactfortherelief of H. Foster Hunter. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-367. 

H.R. 1328 An act for the relief of Glenn D. Humes. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-368. 

H.R. 1388 An act for the relief of Maj. Ralph D. Caldwell. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-369. 

H.R. 1407 An act for the relief of Leonardo Russo. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-268. 

H.R. 1414.. An act for the relief of Jacobo Temel. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-269. 

H.R. 1483 An act for the rehef of the John V. Boland Construction Co. Approved Sept. 10, 1966. 

Private Law 89-291. 
H.R. 1484 An act for the relief of Mrs. Loneta Hackney. Approved Mar. 14, 1966. Private Law 

89-220. 

H.R. 1822 An act for the relief of Won Loy Jung. Approved Sept. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-289. 

H.R. 1903 An act for the relief of Mrs. Sadie Y. Simmons and James R. Simmons. Approved May 4, 

1966. Private Law 89-242. 

H.R. 1918 An act for the relief of Eligio Ciardiello. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-222. 

H.R. 2129 An act for the relief of Maria Rossi. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-370. 

H.R. 2270 An act for the relief of the Moapa Valley Water Co., of Logandale, Nev. Approved Sept. 12, 

1966. Private Law 89-292. 

H.R. 2290 An act for the relief of Charlotte Schulz. Approved June 21, 1966. Private Law 89-247. 

H.R. 2349 An act for the relief of Robert Dean Ward. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-296. 

H.R. 2681 An act for the relief of Sidney S. Shapiro and Shirley Shapiro. Approved Sept. 9, 1966. 

Private Law 89-290. 

H.R. 2752 An act for the relief of Kock Kong Fong. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-234. 

H.R. 2938 An act for the relief of Przemyslaw Nowakowski. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 

89-235. 

H.R. 2939 An act for the relief of Manojlo Verzich. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-236. 

H.R. 3076 An act for the relief of the estate of Bart Briscoe Edgar, deceased. Approved Mar. 17, 

1966. Private Law 89-223. 
H.R. 3078 An act for the relief of Lourdes S. (Delotavo) Matzke and Yusef Ali Chouman. Approved 

Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-300. 
H.R. 3104 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands in Plumas County, 

Calif., to C. A. Lundy, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 

89-361. 
H.R. 3233 An act for the relief of Emanuel G. Topakas. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law^ 

89-283. 
H.R. 3236 An act for the relief of Louis Shchuchinski. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89- 

224. 

H.R. 3500 An act for the relief of Mrs. Emilie Boulay. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-371. 

H.R. 3526 An act for the relief of Dr. Eric J. Lazaro. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-372. 

H.R. 3530 An act for the relief of Dr. Miguel Angel Martinez y Corpas. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 

Private Law 89-373. 
H.R. 3531 An act for the relief of Dr. Julio Cesar Mufiiz y Sotolongo. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Pri- 
vate Law 89-374. 

H.R. 3536 An act for the relief of George R. Lore. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-375. 

H.R. 3671 An act for the relief of Josephine Ann Bellizia. Approved Sept. 14, 1966. Private Law 

89-293. 
H.R. 3689 An act for the relief of Juanita Cereguine de Burgh. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-376. 
H.R. 3692 An act for the relief of William F. Kuhlman. Approved June 23, 1966. Private Law 89- 

248. 

H.R. 3756 An act for the relief of James S. Kahriman. Approved Nov 2, 1966. Private Law 89-377. 

H.R. 3774 An act for the relief of Wanda Olszowa. Approved June 24, 1966. Private Law 89-257. 

H.R. 3875 An act for the relief of Mrs. Panagiota Vastakis and Soteros Vastakis. Approved Apr. 16, 

1966. Private Law 89-237. 

H.R. 3879 An act for the relief of Ernest Buillet. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-378. 

H. R. 4075 An act for the relief of John F. Reagan, Jr. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-305. 



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H.R. 4077 An act for the relief of Jean A. Quaintance. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-379. 

H.R. 4083 An act for the relief of Mr. Leonardo Tusa. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-270. 

H.R. 4437 An act for the relief of Bryan George Simpson. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89- 

271. 

H.R. 4454 An act for the relief of Herman Feldman. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-380. 

H.R. 4458 An act for the relief of Michel Fahim Daniel. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89- 

272. 
H.R. 4584 An act for the relief of Mrs. Anna Michalska Holoweckvj (formerly Mrs. Anna Zalewski). 

Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-273. 
H.R. 4599 An act to provide for the free entry of certain stained glass for the Congregation Emanuel, 

Denver, Colo., and of certain chipped colored glass windows for Saint Ann's Church, Las 

Vegas, Nev. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Private Law 89-232. 
H.R. 4602 An act for the relief of Maj. Donald W. Ottaway, U.S. Air Force. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. 

Private Law 89-274. 

H.R. 4743 An act for the relief of Ralph Tigno Edquid. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-238 . 

H.R. 4861 An act to direct the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands in Boulder County, 

Colo., to W. F. Stover. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-301. 

H.R. 4928 An act for the relief of Chizuyo Hoshizaki. Approved Mar. 14, 1966. Private Law 89-221. 

H.R. 4995 An act for the relief of Muhammad Sarwar. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89- 

225. 
H.R. 5003 An act for the relief of Evangelia G. Latsis. Approved June 24, 1966. Private Law 89- 

258 

H.R. 5204 An act for the relief of Joseph K. Bellek. Approved July 8, 1966. Private Law 89-262. 

H.R. 5213 An act for the relief of Winston Lloyd McKay. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 

89-362. 

H.R. 5231 An act for the relief of Jack Ralph Walker. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-226. 

H.R. 5530 An act for the relief of the estate of Robert A. Ethridge. Approved Mar. 18, 1966. Private 

Law 89-230. 
H.R. 5533 An act for the relief of Kuniki Nagano Zwiefelhofer. Approved June 23, 1966. Private Law 

89-249. 

H.R. 5552 An act for the relief of David B. Glidden. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-284. 

H.R. 5622 An act for the relief of Dr. Jorge Ignacio Miquel Franca. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-381. 
H.R. 5831 An act to provide for the free entry of certain stained glass and cement windows for Our Lady 

of the Angels Seminary of Glenmont, N.Y. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Private Law 89- 

219. 
H.R. 5912 An act for the relief of the estates of certain former members of the U.S. Navy Band. 

Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-363. 

H.R. 5969 An act for the relief of Dr. Raul R. Morffi. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-382. 

H.R. 5973 An act for the relief of Edwin F. Hower. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-227. 

H.R. 6035 An act for the rehef of the estate of Maj. John W. Roy, and for other purposes. Approved 

Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-383. 
H.R. 6112 An act for the rehef of David Glenn Barker (Jai Yul Sung) and Richard Paul Barker (Pil 

Su Park). Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-239. 
H.R. 6115 An act for the relief of Dr. Jose A. G. Mendoza. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-384. 
H.R. 6226 An act for the relief of Dr. Bienvenido Benach C: r eras. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-385. 
H.R. 6305 An act for the relief of lessees of a certain tract of land in Logtown, Miss. Approved Sept. 16, 

1966. Private Law 89-302. 
H.R. 6443 An act for the relief of Dr. Antonio U. Catasus. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89—386 

H.R. 6590 An act for the relief of Arthur Hill. Approved July 8, 1966. Private Law 89-263. 

H.R. 6606 An act for the rehef of Li Tsu (Nako) Chen. Ar proved Sept. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-306. 

H.R. 6899 An a- t for the relief of Dr. Myriam de la Caridad Ares y Fernandez de Bosch. Approved 

N v 2, 1966. Private Law 89-387. 

H.R. 7026 An act for the relief of Nathan Levine. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private t aw 89-388. 

H.R. 7141 An act for the rehef of Ronald Whelan. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Piiv te Law 89-303. 

H.R. 7341 An act for the relief of Dr. Ricardo R. Fuste. Approved Nov. 2, 196j. P.ivate Law 

89-389. 
H.R. 7354 An act for the rehef of Norman Morris Rains. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 

89-285. 

H.R. 7508 An act for the relief of Guiseppe Bossio. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-275. 

H.R. 7667 An act for the rehef of Donald F. Farrell. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-228. 

H.R. 7671 An act for the rehef of Sophia Soliwoda. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-297. 

H.R. 8219 An act for the relief of Cho Myung Soon and Cho Myung Hee. Approved June 23, 1966. 

Private Law 89-250. 
H.R. 8358 An act for the relief of the Milan Compress Co. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 

89-442. 

H.R. 8614 An act for the rehef of Miss Rajka Soda. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-390. 

H.R. 8647 An act for the relief of the Troubadors Drum and Bugle Corps of Bridgeport, Conn. Ap- 
proved Apr. 18, 1966. Private Law 89-241. 
H.R. 8699 An act for the relief of Mule Creek Oil Co., a Delaware corporation. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. 

Private Law 89-341. 

H.R. 8793 An act for the relief of Eugene J. Bennett. Approved July 8, 1966. Private Law 89-264. 

H.R. 8833 An act for the relief of Sara Antoinette Cappadona. Approved June 23, 1966. Private 

Law 89-251. 
H.R. 8865 An act for the relief of Ronald Poirier, a minor. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 

89-276. 



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U.K. S!W7 An act for the relief of ("liiirle.s A. 'ruriier. A] pDved Nov. 2, lilfid. Private l,ii\v S!) .i<.)\. 

ll.K.'.ltXU) An act for the relief of J. M. I'endarvi.s, Jr. Aj p oved Nov. 6, \'.H)(>. I'rivate Law K!) 4(5!). 

11. U. i)2i;i An act for the relief of William A. Huzbee. Api)rove(l Nov. 2, I'MiG. Private Law H!) :j!)2. 

11. U. •,)217^ An act for the relief of certain civilian einj)loyees of the Department, of the Artny at Korl 

Sam Houston, Tex. Approved Nov. 2, I'JOt). Private haw S!) 3!}l}. 
U.K. 9302 -- An act f(n- the relief of Lieutenant Charles W. Pittman, Jr., U.S. Navy. Approved July 8, 

19()(>. Private Law 8!)-2G5. 
U.K. 9U4S. An act for the relief of (Japt. Harold G. Wilnnrth. Approved Nov. 2, 1900. Private 

Law S9-;i94. 

H H. 9442 An act for the relief of Ki Sook Jun. Approved Apr. 10, 1966. Private Law 89-240. 

11. R. 9520 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain land.s in Inyo Coimty, 

Calif., to the personal representative of the estate of Gwilym L. Morris, Dolores G. 

Morris, George D. Ishmael, and Verna H. Ishmacl. Approved Oct. 15, 1900. Private 

Law 89-304. 
II. R. 9643 An act for the relief of Haider Raza and his wife, Irene Raza, and their children, Afzal 

Anthonv and Haider Raymond Raza. Approved June 23, 1906. Private Law 89-252. 

H.R. 10133- An act for the relief of Fritz A. Frerichs. Approved June 23, 1960. Private law 89-253. 

H.R. 10151 .- An act for the relief of Dr. Luis Cre.spo. Approved Nov. 9, 1966. Private Law 89-471. 

H.R. 10220 An act for the relief of Abdul Wohabe. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Private Law 89-279. 

H.R. 10249 An act for the relief of Mrs. Elisabeth Manninen. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-395. 
H.R. 10253 An act for the relief of Dr. Luis E. Bencomo. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-396. 

H.R. 10259 An act for the relief of Dr. Allan Baumal. Approved Nov. 2, 1960. Private Law 89-397. 

H.R. 102S8 An act for the relief of Dr. Antonio B. Santillano. Approved Nov. 2, 1906. Private Law 

89-39S. 

H.R. 10338 An act for the relief of Joseph B. Stevens. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private Law 89-229. 

H.R. 10403 An act for the relief of Edward F. Murzyn and Edward J. O'Brien. Approved Apr. 4, 1966. 

Private Law 89-231. 
H.R. 10656 An act for the relief of Kimberly Ann Yang. Approved Sept. 14, 1966. Private Law 

89-294. 

H.R. 10662 An act for the relief of Leonard J. Dalton. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-399. 

H.R. 10832 An act for the relief of Gloria Alesna Relampagos. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-400. 
H.R. 10838 An act for the relief of certain employees of the Post Office Department at Eau Gallie, Fla. 

Approved June 23, 1966. Public Law 89-254. 
H.R. 10840 An act for the relief of Katherine Nabokoff and Emil Homocoanu. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 

Private Law 89-401 . 
H.R. 10870 An act to authorize and direct the Administrator of the Farmers Home Administration to 

quitclaim certain property in Jackson County, Ala., to Skyline Churches Cemetery, a 

corporation. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-402. 
H.R. 10990 An act for the relief of Maj. Alan DeYoung, U.S. Army. Approved Sept. 10, 1900. Private 

Law 89-304. 
H.R. 10994 An act for the relief of Charles T. Davis, Jr., Sallie M. Davis, and Nora D. White. Ap- 
proved July 8, 1900. Private Law 89-266. 
H.R. 11038 An act for the relief of Mrs. Edna S. Bettendorf. Approved Sept. 16, 1960. Private Law 

89-298. 

H.R. 11224 An act for the relief of Dr. Pedro Raphael. Approved Nov. 2, 1900. Private Law 89-403. 

H.R. 11227 An act to authorize the Honorable Eugene J. Keogh, of New York, a Member of the House 

of Representatives, to accept the award of the Order of Isabella the Catholic. Approved 

July 4, 1906. Private Law 89-260. 

H.R. 11251 An act for the relief of Hubert J. Kupper. Approved Sept. 20, 1966. Private Law 89-311. 

H.R. 11253 An act to provide for the conveyance of certain leal property of the United States situated in 

the State of Pennsylvania. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-342. 
H.R. 11254 An act for the relief of Julieta Gloria Bersamin. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-404. 
H.R. 11271 An act for the relief of certain individuals employed by the Department of Defense at the 

Granite City Defense Depot, Granite City, 111. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. Private 

Law 89-307. 
H.R. 11347 An act for the relief of Maria Anna Piotrowski, formerly Czeslawa Marek. Approved 

Sept. 14, 1900. Private Law 89-295. 
H.R. 11407 An act for the relief of CWO Joseph J. McGavin. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-405. 

H.R. 11570 An act for the relief of James R. Kemp. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-406. 

H.R. 11590 An act for the relief of Dr. Jacinta Llorens. Approved Nov. 2, 1960. Private Law 89-407. 

H.R. 11017 An act for the relief of Jun Becky. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-408. 

H.R. 11640 An act for the relief of Dr. Juan Antonio Dumois. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-409. 
H.R. 11676 An act for the relief of Johnny R. Bradley and ot'iers. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-410. 

H.R. 11718 An act for the relief of Jack L. Philippot. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-277. 

H.R. 11844 An act for the relief of Maria Giuseppina Inaalfo Feole. Approved Sept. 17, 1900. Pri- 
vate Law 89-308. 

H.R. 11940 An act for the relief of Fred M. Osteen. Approved Sept. 7, 1900. Private Law 89-280. 

H.R. 11952 An act for the relief of Maria Karidakis. Apj roved Nov. 2, 1900. Private Law 89-411. 

H.R. 11957 An act for the rehef of Muriel Williams. Approved Nov. 2, 1900. Private Law 89-412. 

H.R. 12031 An act to authorize the appointment of Col. William W. Watkin, Jr., professor, of the U.S. 

Military Academy, in the grade of lieutenant colonel. Regular Army, and for other 

purposes. Approved Aug. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-278. 
H.R. 12237 An act for the relief of Tri-States Construction Co., Inc. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private 

Law 89-443. 



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H.R. 12315 An act for the relief of Anthony A. Calloway. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 

89-287. 
H.R. 12317 An act for the relief of Dr. Augusto J. Fernandez-Conde. Approved Nov. 2, 1966 Private 

Law 89-413. 

H.R. 12396 An act for the relief of Elton P. Johnson. Approved June 23, 1966. Private Law 89-255 

H.R. 12512 An act for the relief of Carl V. Elliott. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-414. 

H.R. 12781 An act for the relief of Dr. Mario Orlando Santos-Estevez. Approved Nov 2 1966 Pri- 
vate Law 89-415. 

H.R. 12826 An act for the relief of Kim Kap Yung. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-416. 

H.R. 12884 An act for the relief of John R. Sylvia. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-288. 

H.R. 12920 An act for the relief of Alexander Francis Saker, doctor of medicine. Approved Nov 2 1966 

Private Law 89-417. 
H.R. 12950 An act for the relief of Kazimierz (Casimer) Krzykowski. Approved Sept. 16, 1966 Private 

Law 89-299. 
H.R. 13101- An act for the rehef of Mario P. Navarro, doctor of medicine. Approved Nov 2 1966 

Private Law 89-418. 
H.R. 13192 An act for the relief of Nermin Demirbag Lavapies. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

80-419. 

H.R. 13682 An act for the relief of Donald E. Auseon. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-420. 

H.R. 13683 An act for the relief of Robert A. Ivins. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-421. 

H.R. 13800 An act for the relief of Sp5 Ronald J. Olson, U.S. Army, retired. Approved Nov. 2, 1966 

Private Law 89-422. 
H.R. 14173 An act for the relief of Antonio Barquet Chediak. Approved Nov. 2, 1966 Private Law 

89-423. 
H.R. 14174 An act for the rehef of Esteban Fernandez Noda. Approved Nov. 2, 1966 Private Law 

89-424. 

H.R. 14233 An act for the rehef of Beatriz Diaz. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-425. 

H.R. 14379 Anactfortherelief of John R. McKinney. Approved Sept. 20, 1966. Private Law 89-312. 

H.R. 14514 An act for the relief of Vernon M. Nichols. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. Pribate Law 89-309. 

H.R. 14517 An act to amend Private Law 86-203 to permit the use of the vessel John F. Drews in the 

coastwise trade while it is owned by a citizen of the United States. Approved Nov. 2, 

1966. Private Law 89-426. 
H.R. 14525 An act for the relief of Thomas C. Macpherson, Jr. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-427. 
H.R. 14749 An act for the relief of Katherine M. Perakis. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 

89-470. 
H.R. 14754 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to reinstate a certain oil and gas lease. 

Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-365. 
H.R. 14819 An act for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. William Nussbaum. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-428. 

H.R. 14864 An act for the relief of certain individuals. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-429. 

H.R. 14920 An act for the relief of Marie del Carmen Bermudez. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-430. 
H.R. 14984 An act for the relief of Renato Camacho Castro. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-431. 
H.R. 14990 An act for the relief of Herman Adams, doing business as the Adams Manufacturing Co. 

Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-444. 

H.R. 15014 An act for the relief of Henry P. Leonhardy. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-432. 

H.R. 15251 An act for the relief of Walter W. Taylor. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-433. 

H.R. 15297 An act for the relief of Leonard G. Duffy, lieutenant, U.S. Navy. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 

Private Law 89-434. 

H.R. 15488 An act for the relief of Dr. Ali Haji-Morad. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-435. 

H.R. 16522 An act for the relief of Vincente Fernandez Marino. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-436. 
H.R. 16610 An act for the relief of Dr. Antonio Rondon Delgado. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 

Law 89-437. 
H.R. 16977 An act for the relief of Eugene G. Peterson, Harry E. Byers, and Russell W. Jordan. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-438. 

H.R. 17260 Anactfortherelief of Robert A. Jellison. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-439. 

H.R. 17261 An act for the relief of Augustus J. Theodore. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-440. 
H.R. 18033 An act for the relief of Dr. Fidel Rodriguez-Cubas. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 

89-441. 



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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS WHICH HAVE BECOME 

PRIVATE LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTPI (X)NGRESS 



First Session 

II, J. Res. 504 Joint resolution to facilitate the admission into the United States of certain aliens. Ap- 
proved Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-100. 

Second Session 
None. 



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SENATE BILLS WHICH HAVE BECOME PUBLIC LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

S. 3 An act to provide public works and economic development programs and the planning and 

coordination needed to assist in development of the Appalachian region. Approved 
Mar. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-4. 

S. 4 An act to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to establish a Federal Water 

Pollution Control Administration, to provide grants for research and development, to 
increase grants for construction of sewage treatment works, to require establishment of 
water quality criteria, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 2, 1965. Public Law 
89-234. 

S. 7 An act to provide for the establishment of the Spruce ICnob-Seneca Rocks National Recrea- 
tion Area, in the State of West Virginia, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 28, 
1965. Public Law 89-207. 

S. 20 An act to provide for the establishment of the Assateague Island National Seashore in the 

States of Maryland and Virginia, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. 
Public Law 89-195. 

S. 21 An act to provide for the optimum development of the Nation's natural resources through 

the coordinated planning of water and related land resources, through the establishment 
of water resources and river basin commissions and by providing financial assistance 
to the States in order to increase the participation in such planning. Approved July 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-80. 

S. 24 An act to e.xpand, extend, and accelerate the saline water conversion program conducted 

by the Secretary of the Interior, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 11, 1965. 
Public Law 89-118. 

S. 26 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire lands for, and to develop, operate, 

and maintain, the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Approved July 30, 1965. Public 
Law 89-102. 

S. 32 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the 

southern Nevada water project, Nevada, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Public Law 89-292. 

S. 60 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to designate the Nez Perce National His- 
torical Park in the State of Idaho, and for other purposes. Approved May 15, 1965. 
Public Law 89-19. 

S. 301 An act to promote public knowledge of progress and achievement in astronautics and 

related sciences through the designation of a special day in honor of Dr. Robert Hutchings 
Goddard, the father of modern rockets, missiles, and astronautics. Approved Mar. 12, 
1965. Public Law 89-5. 

S. 306 An act to amend the Clean Air Act to require standards for controlling the emission of 

pollutants from certain motor vehicies, to authorize a research and development program 
with respect to solid-waste disposal, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. 
Public Law 89-272. 

S. 307 An act granting the consent of Congress to a compact relating to taxation of motor fuels 

consumed by interstate buses and to an agreement relating to bus taxation proration 
and reciprocity. Approved Apr. 14, 1965. Public Law 89-11. 

S. 339 An act to provide for the estabhshment of the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument in the 

State of Nebraska, and for other purposes. Approved June 5, 1965. Public Law 89-33. 

S. 435 An act to extend the boundaries of the Kaniksu National Forest in the State of Idaho, and 

for other purposes. Approved June 14, 1965. Public Law 89-39. 

S. 510 An act to extend and otherwise amend certain expiring provisions of the PubHc Health Serv- 
ice Act relating to community health services, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 5, 
1965. Pubhc Law 89-109. 

S. 511 An act to increase the authorization of appropriations for the support of the Gorgas Memorial 

Laboratory. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. Public Law 89-181. 

S. 516 An act to amend the joint resolution entitled "Joint resolution to establish the Saint 

Augustine Quadricentennial Commission, and for other purposes." approved Aug. 14, 
1962 (76 Stat. 386), to provide that 8 members of such Commission shall be appointed 
by the President, and that such Commission may continue in existence until Dec. 31, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-307. 

S. 559 An act to regulate the labeling of cigarettes, and for other purposes. Approved July 27, 

1965. Public Law 89-92. 

S. 579 An act for the relief of the State of New Hampshire. Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Pubhc Law 

89-120. 

S. 596 An act to amend the Public Health Service Act to assist in combating heart disease, cancer, 

stroke, and related diseases. Approved Oct. 6, 1965. PubHc Law 89-239. 

S. 597 An act to amend the Pubhc Health Service Act to provide for a program of grants to assist 

in meeting the need for adequate medical library services facilities. Approved Oct. 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-291. 



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S. 027 An act to oxcmpt occanogrnphic research vessels from tlie application of certain vessel in- 
spection laws, and for other i)urpose.s. Ai)prove(l July 30, lOOr). Piil)lic Law 80 !((). 

S. 064 An act to provide for tlu' disposition of jndKnu-iit ftiiids of tiie Klamath and Modoc Tribes 

and Yaliooskin Hand of Snake Indians, and for other purposes. Api)rov(!d (Jet. 1, 1905. 
Public Law 89-221. 

S. 701 An act to carry out the obligations of the LTaitcd States under the International Coffee 

Agreement, 1902, signed at New York on Sept. 28, 1902, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-23. 

S. 702.. . An act to provide for the disposition of judgment funds on d('i)osit to the credit of the 

Quinaiolt Tribe of Indians. Approved May 27, 196"). Public Law 89-28. 

S. 795 .\n act to provide for the assessing of Indian trust and restricted liuids witliin tin; Lumrni 

Indian diking project on the Lummi Indian Reservation in tlie State of Washington, 
through a drainage and diking district formed under the laws of the State. Aj)proved 
Sept. 17, 196'). Public Law 89-190. 

S SOO An act to authorize appropriations during fiscal year 1900 for procurement of aircraft, 

missiles, and naval vessels, and research, development, test, and evaluation, for the 
Armed Forces, and for other purposes. Approved June 11, 1965. Public Law 89-37. 

S. 893 An act to amend the act of June 19, 1935 (49 Stat. 388), as amended, relating to the Tlingit 

and Ilaida Indians of Alaska. Approved Aug. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-130. 

S. 903 An act to amend the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, with respect to painting, 

illumination, and dismantlement of radio towers. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 
89-268. 

S. 906 An act to provide for the measurement of the gross and net tonnages for certain vessels 

having 2 or more decks, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 
89-219. 

S. 949 An act to promote commerce and encourage economic growth by supporting State and inter- 
state programs to place the findings of science usefullv in the hands of American enterprise. 
Approved Sept. 14, 1965. Public Law 89-182. 

S. 956 An act to amend the act entitled "An Act to provide better facilities for the enforcement of 

the customs and immigration laws," to extend construction authority for facilities at 
Guam and the Virgin Islands of the United States (76 Stat. 87; 19 U.S.C. 08). Approved 
July 24, 1965. Public Law 89-87. 

S. 974 An act to amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962, as amended, and 

for other purposes. Approved Apr. 26, 1965. Public Law 89-15. 

S. 998 An act to amend sec. 4 of the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 to authorize the Secretary of the 

Interior to make loans for the financing and refinancing of new and used fishing vessels, 
and to extend the term during which the Secretary can make fisheries loans under the act. 
Approved July 24, 1965. Public Law 89-85. 

S. 1000 An act to amend the act of July 29, 1954, as amended, to permit transfer of title to movable 

property to agencies which assume operation and maintenance responsibility for project 
works serving municipal and industrial functions. Approved June 24, 1965. Public 
Law 89-48. 

S. 1004 An act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, to make 

title III thereof directly applicable to procurement of property and services by executive 
agencies, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-343. 

S. 1065 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire through exchange the Great 

Falls property in the State of Virginia for administration in connection with the George 
Washington Memorial Parkway, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. 
Public Law 89-255. 

S. 1135 An act to further amend the Reorganization Act of 1949, as amended, so that such act will 

apply to reorganization plans transmitted to the Congress at any time before Dec. 31, 
1968. Approved June 18, 1965. Public Law 89-43. 

S. 1190 An act to provide that certain limitations shall not apply to certain land patented to the 

State of Alaska for the use and benefit of the University of Alaska. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Public Law 89-223. 

S. 1229 An act to provide uniform policies with respect to recreation and fish and wildlife benefits 

and costs of Federal multiple-purpose water resource projects, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 9, 1965. Public Law 89-72. 

S. 1309 An act to authorize checks to be drawn in favor of financial organizations for the credit of 

a person's account, under certain conditions. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 
89-145. 

S. 1317 An act to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to prescribe penalties 

for the handling and collection of dishonored checks. Approved Sept. 28, 1965. Public 
Law 89-208. 

S. 1320 An act to amend certain criminal laws applicable to the District of Columbia, and for other 

purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-347. 

S. 1321 An act to amend sec. 501(e) of title 16 of the District of Columbia Code relating to bond 

requirements in connection with attachment before judgment. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. 
Public Law 89-113. 

S. 1462 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to contract with the Middle Rio Grande 

Conservancy District of New Mexico for the payment of operation and maintenance 
charges on certain Pueblo Indian funds. Approved July 27, 1965. Public Law 89-94. 

S. 1483 An act to provide for the establishment of the National Foundation on the Arts and the 

Humanities to promote progress and scholarship in the humanities and the arts in the 
United States, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-209. 

S. 1516 An act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, 

so as to authorize the Administrator of General Services to enter into contracts for the 
inspection, maintenance, and repair of fixed equipment in federally owned buildings for 
periods not to exceed 3 years, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public 
Law 89-276. 

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S. 1564 An act to enforce the 15th amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and for 

other purposes. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-110. 

S. 1576 An act to amend the act of May 17, 1954 (68 Stat. 98), as amended, providing for the con- 
struction of the Jefiferson National Expansion Memorial at the site of old Saint Louis, 
Mo., and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-269. 

S. 1588 An act to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to undertake research and development in 

high-speed ground transportation, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 30, 1965. 
Public Law 89-220. 

S. 1620 An act to consolidate the 2 judicial districts in the State of South Carolina into a single 

judicial district and to make suitable transitional provisions with respect thereto. Ap- 
proved Oct. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-242. 

S. 1623 An act to amend the act of Aug. 1, 1958, relating to a continuing study by the Secretary of 

the Interior of the effects of insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other pesticides upon 
fish and wildlife for the purpose of preventing losses to this resource. Approved Oct. 
1, 1965. Public Law 89-232. 

S. 1648 An act to provide grants for public works and development facilities, other financial assist- 
ance and the planning and coordination needed to alleviate conditions of substantial 
and persistent unemployment and underemployment in economically distressed areas 
and regions. Approved Aug. 26, 1965. Public Law 89-136. 

S. 1689 An act to amend paragraph (a) of the act of March 4, 1913, as amended by the act of Jan. 

■ 31, 1931 (16 U.S.C. 502). Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-270. 

S. 1715 An act to extend the penalty for assault on a police officer in the District of Columbia to 

assaults on employees of penal and correctional institutions and places of confinement of 
juveniles of the District of Columbia. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 89-277. 

S. 1719 An act to authorize compensation for overtime work performed by officers and members of 

the Metropolitan Police force and the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, the 
U.S. Park Police force, and the White House Police force, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Oct. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-282. 

S. 1735 An act relating to the use by the Secretary of the Interior of land at LaJoUa, Calif., donated 

by the University of California for a marine biological research laboratory, and for other 
purposes. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-302. 

S. 1742 An act to authorize the U.S. Governor to agree to amendments to the articles of agreements 

of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International 
Finance Corporation, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 14, 1965. Public Law 
89-126. 

S. 1758 - An act to provide for the right of persons to be represented in matters before Federal agencies. 

Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-332. 

S. 1764 An act to authorize the acquisition of certain lands within the boundaries of the Uinta 

National Forest in the State of Utah, by the Secretary of Agriculture. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Public Law 89-226. 

S. 1766 An act to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961 to authorize 

the Secretary of Agriculture to make or insure loans to public and quasi-public agencies 
and corporations not operated for profit with respect to water supply, water systems, 
and waste disposal systems serving rural areas and to make grants to aid in rural com- 
munity development planning and in connection with the construction of such com- 
munity facilities, to increase the annual aggregate of insured loans thereunder, and for 
other purposes. Approved Oct. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-240. 

S. 1796 An act to amend the Small Business Act to provide additional assistance for disaster victims. 

Approved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-59. 

S. 1856 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to sell uniform clothing to the Naval Sea 

Cadet Corps. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-266. 

S. 1903 An act to amend the United Nations Participation Act, as amended (63 Stat. 734-736). 

Approved Sept. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-206. 

S. 1975 An act to amend the Northern Pacific Halibut Act in order to provide certain facilities for 

the International Pacific Halibut Commission. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 
89-233. 

S. 1988 An act to provide for the conveyance of certain real property of the United States to the 

State of Maryland. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-227. 

9. 2042 An act to amend sec. 170 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. Approved 

Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-210. 

S. 2054 An act to amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended, and for other 

purposes. Approved Aug. 24, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-134. 

8. 2080 An act to provide for the coinage of the United States. Approved July 23, 1965. Public 

Law 89-81. 

S. 2084 An act to provide for scenic development and road beautification of the Federal-aid highway 

systems. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-285. 

S. 2089 An act to provide assistance to the States of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, 

and Idaho for the reconstruction of areas damaged by recent floods and high waters. 
Approved June 17, 1965. Public Law 89-41. 

S. 2092 An act to amend the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937 to permit marketing 

orders applicable to various fruits and vegetables to provide for paid advertising. Ap- 
proved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-330. 

S. 2118 An act to amend sees. 9 and 37 of the Shipping Act, 1916, and subsec. O of the Ship 

Mortgage Act, 1920. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-346. 

S. 2127 An act to amend title 38, United States Code, in order to provide special indemnity in- 
surance for members of the Armed Forces serving in combat zones, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-214. 

S. 2150 An act to discontinue or modify certain reporting requirements of law. Approved Nov. 8, 

1965. Pubhc Law 89-348. 



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S 'Jlf)! An ai'l to aiuoiul tlio ai't ostablishiiin llio United Statcs-I'iu'ilo Uico Commission on the 

Status of ruorto lUco. Approved July 24, I'JOr). I'uldic Luw H'.l 84. 

S. "J'ilVJ An lu't to amend tiie act entitled "An net to provide in the Department of Health, Iviucn- 

tion, and Welfare for a loan service of cai)tioned fdms for the (U-af", a])j)roved Se()t. 2, 1!)58, 
as amended, in order to further provide for a loan service of educational media for tlie deaf, 
anil for other purposes. .\pprovo(i Oct. I!), lUGf). Public Law .S!)-2r)S. 

S. 227;{ An act to render immune from seizure under judicial process certain objects of cultural 

signiC'canco imported into the United Stales for temporary display or exhibition, anfl 
for other purposes. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. Public Law 8()-2r)<.). 

S. 2300--- An act authorizing the construction, repair, and preservation of certain pid)lic works on 

rivers and harbors for navigation, flood control, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 
27, 1965. Public Law 89-298. 

S. 2420 An act to provide continuing authority for the protection of former Presidents and their 

wives or widows, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Public Law 89-186. 

S. 2542 An act to amend the Small Business Act. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-334. 

S. 2679 -- An act to amend the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act, as amended. Ap- 
proved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-337. 

Second Session 

S. 9-- An act to provide readjustment assistance to veterans who serve in the Armed Forces during 

the induction period. Approved Mar. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-358. 
S. 22 - An act to promote a more adequate national program of water research. Approved Apr. 19, 

1966. Pubhc Law 89-404. 
S. 84 An act to provide for reimbursement to the State of Wyoming for improvements made on 

certain lands in Sweetwater County, Wvo., if and when such lands revert to the United 

States. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-760. 
S. 112 An act to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961 to authorize 

loans by the Secretary of Agriculture on leasehold interests in Hawaii, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-586. 
S. 251 An act to provide for the establishment of the Cape Lookout National Seashore in the 

State of North Carolina, and for other purposes. Approved Mar. 10, 1966. Public 

Law 89-366. 
S. 254 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the 

Tualatin Federal reclamation project, Oregon, and for other purposes. Approved 

Sept. 20, 1966.— Public Law 89-596. 
S. 265 An act to authorize conveyance of certain lands to the State of Utah based upon the fair 

market price. Approved June 3, 1966. Public Law 89-441. 
S. 360 An act to provide for the establishment of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, and for 

other purposes. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-761. 
S. 476 An act to amend the act approved Mar. 18, 1950, providing for the construction of airports 

in or close proximity to national parks, national monuments, and national recreation 

areas, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-763. 
S. 489 An act to authorize the establishment of the San Juan Island National Historical Park in 

the State of Washington, and for other purposes. Approved Sept. 9, 1966. Pubhc Law 

89-565. 
S. 490 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the 

Manson unit, Chelan division. Chief Joseph Dam project, Washington, and for other 

purposes. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-557. 
S. 491 An act to provide for the establishment of the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area 

and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-664. 
S. 602 An act to amend the Small Reclamation Projects Act of 1956. Approved Sept. 2, 1966. 

Pubhc Law 89-553. 
S. 688 An act to amend title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act, as amended, to provide 

for additional means and measures for land conservation and land utilization, and for 

other purposes. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-796. 
S. 693 An act to amend the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended. Approved 

July 4, 1 966. Public Law 89-486. 
S. 801 An act to improve the balance-of -payments position of the United States by permitting 

the use of reserved foreign currencies in lieu of dollars for current expenditures. Approved 

Oct. 15, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-677. 
S. 902 An act to provide that the Secretary of Agriculture shall conduct the soil survey program of 

the United States Department of Agriculture so as to make available soil surveys needed 

by States and other pubhc agencies, including community development districts, for 

guidance in community planning and resource development, and for other purposes. 

Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-560. 
S. 944 An act to provide for a comprehensive, long-range, and coordinated national program in 

marine science, to establish a National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering 

Development, and a Commission on Marine Science, Engineering and Resources, and 

for other purposes. Approved June 17, 1966. Public Law 89-454. 
S. 985 An act to regulate interstate and foreign commerce by preventing the use of unfair or decep- 
tive methods of packaging or labeling of certain consumer commodities distributed in 

such commerce, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-755. 
S. 1098 An act to amend sec. I(14)(a) of the Interstate Commerce Act to insure the adequacy of 

the national railroad freight car supply, and for other purposes. Approved May 26, 

1966. Public Law 89-430. 
S. 11^60 An act to amend sec. 3 of the Administration Procedure Act, ch. 324, of the act of June 11, 

1946 (60 Stat. 238), to clarify and protect the right of the public to information, and for 

other purposes. Approved July 4, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-487. 



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S. 1308 An act to authorize revised procedures for the destruction of unfit Federal Reserve notes 

and for other purposes. Approved May 20, 1966. Public Law 89-427. 

S. 1310 An act relating to the National Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Approved Oct. 15, 

1966. Public Law 89-674. 

S. 1319 An act to authorize a work release program for persons sentenced by the courts of the 

District of Columbia; to define the powers and duties in relation thereto, and for other 
purposes. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-803. 

S. 1349 An act to amend the inland, Great Lakes, and western rivers rules concerning sailing ves- 
sels and vessels under 65 feet in length. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-764. 

S. 1356 An act to amend the Judicial Code to permit Indian tribes to maintain civil actions in Federal 

district courts without regard to the $10,000 limitation, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-635. 

S. 1357 An act to revise existing bail practices in courts of the United States, and for other purposes. 

Approved June 22, 1966. Public Law 89-465. 

S. 1404 An act to promote the observance of a uniform system of time throughout the United States. 

Approved Apr. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-387. 

S. 1474 An act to create a bipartisan commission to study Federal laws limiting political activity by 

officers and employees of Government. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-617. 

S. 1488 An act to authorize the disposal, without regard to the 6-month waiting period, of approxi- 
mately 126,300 long calcined tons of refractory grade bauxite from the national stockpile. 
Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-394. 

S. 1495 An act to permit variation of the 40-hour workweek of Federal employees for educational 

purposes. Approved June 29, 1966. Public Law 89-478. 

S. 1496 An act to repeal sec. 3342 of title 5, United States Code, relating to the prohibition of 

employee details from the field service to the departmental service, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-762. 

S. 1556 An act to authorize the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to delegate 

certain of its functions, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 
89-765. 

S. 1607 An act to amend the act of Sept. 13, 1962, authorizing the estabUshment of the Point Reyes 

National Seashore in the State of CaUfornia, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. PubUc Law 89-666. 

S. 1611 An act to transfer certain functions from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia 

to the District of Columbia Court of General Sessions and to certain other agencies of 
the municipal government of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes. Approved 
July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-493. 

S. 1 666 An act to provide for the appointment of additional circuit and district judges, and for other 

purposes. Approved Mar. 18, 1966. Public Law 89-372. 

S. 1698 An act to establish a procedure for the review of proposed bank mergers so as to eliminate 

the necessity for the dissolution of merged banks, and for other purposes. Approved Feb. 
21, 1966. Public Law 89-356. 

S. 1760 An act to authorize the acceptance of a settlement of certain indebtedness of Greece to the 

United States and to authorize the use of the payments resulting from the settlement 
for a cultural and educational exchange program. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public 
Law 89-766. 

S. 1761 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain a third 

powerplant at the Grand Coulee Dam, Columbia Basin project, Washington, and for 
other purposes. Approved June 14, 1966. Public Law 89-448. 

S. 1804 An act to provide for the appointment of two additional judges for the U.S. Court of Claims, 

and for other purposes. Approved May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-425. 

S. 1861 An act to provide additional assistance for areas suffering a major disaster. Approved 

Nov. 6, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-769. 

S. 1904 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to give to the Indians of the Pueblos of 

Acoma, Santa Ana, and Zia the beneficial interest in certain federally owned lands hereto- 
fore set aside for school or administrative purposes. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-363. 

S. 1924 An act to amend sec. 39b of the Bankruptcy Act so as to prohibit referees from acting as 

trustees or receivers in any proceeding under the Bankruptcy Act. Approved May 10, 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-414. 

S. 1938 An act to amend the Indian Long-Term Leasing Act. Approved Apr. 27, 1966. Public 

Law 89-408. 

S. 2070 An act to provide for holding terms of the United States District Court for the District of 

South Dakota at Rapid City. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-638. 

S. 2102 An act to protect and conserve the North Pacific fur seals, to provide for the administration 

of the Pribilof Islands, to conserve the fur seals and other wildhf e on the Pribilof Islands , 
and to protect sea otters on the high seas. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-702. 

S. 2142 An act to simplify the admeasurement of small vessels. Approved June 29, 1966. Public 

Law 89-476. 

S. 2218 An act to establish a contiguous fishery zone beyond the territorial sea of the United States. 

Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-658. 

S. 2263 An act relating to the composition of the District of Columbia Court of General Sessions. 

Approved Sept. 21, 1966.— PubUc Law 89-598. 

S. 2266 An act to authorize the Attorney General to transfer to the Smithsonian Institution title 

to certain objects of art. Approved July 18, 1966. Public Law 89-503. 

S. 2267 An act to extend the provisions of title XIII of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, relating 

to war risk insurance. Approved June 13, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-447. 

S. 2287 An act to authorize a 5-year hydrologic study and investigation of the Delmarva Peninsula. 

Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-618. 

S. 2338 An act to authorize the erection of a memorial in the District of Columbia to Gen. John J. 

Pershing. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-786. 



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S. 2366.. An net to n-ppnl cortiiiu provisions of tin; iicl of Jim. 21, 11)20 (4r) Slat. 1001), iis amcndcfi. 

.\pprov(>(l Sept. n). I'JtiO. Public Lnw HO-SSS. 

S. 2393 .\n act to provide for additional positions to certain departments and agencies, and for other 

purposes. Approved Oct. S, lOGt). Piihlic Law S9 032. 

S. 2304 _ _ .\n act authorizing the i)lanning, design, construction, furnishing, and niainlenanco of an 

otiicial residence for the Vice President of the United States. Aj)proved Apr. 9, 1966. 
Public Law 80-386. 

S. 2412 .\n act to terminate use restrictions on certain real property previously conveyed to the 

city of Kodiak, Alaska, by the United States. Approved Aug. 11, 1066. Public Law 
80-535. 

S. 2421 An act to authorize the adjustment of the legislative jurisdiction exercised by the United 

States over lands within the Cohimbia River at the mouth project in the States of Wash- 
ington and Oregon. Approved June 17, 1966. Public Law 80-452. 

S. 2434 . . .\n act to clarify authorization for the approval by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation 

.\gcncy of the lease of a portion of certain real property conveyed to the city of Clarinda, 
Iowa, for airport purposes. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 80-640. 

S. 2463 An act to grant the consent of the Congress to the acceptance of certain gifts and decorations 

from foreign governments, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-673. 

S. 2469 An act amending sees. 2 and 4 of the act approved Sept. 22, 1964 (78 Stat. 090), providing 

for an investigation and study to determine a site for the construction of a new sea level 
canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Approved June 17, 1966. Public 
Law 89-453. 

S. 2471 An act to improve and clarify certain laws of the Coast Guard. Approved June 9, 1966. 

Public Law 89-444. 

S. 2540 An act to authorize the conclusion of an agreement for the joint construction by the United 

States and Mexico of an international flood control project for the Tijuana River in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of the treaty of February 3, 1944, with Mexico, and for other 
purposes. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-640. 

S. 2573-- - An act to validate the action of the Acting Superintendent, Yosemite National Park, in 

extending the 1955 leave year for certain Federal employees, and for other purposes. 
Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-396. 

S. 2614 An act to provide for U.S. participation in the 1967 statewide celebration of the 

centennial of the Alaska Purchase. Approved Mar. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-375. 

S. 2642 An act to authorize the release of platinum from the national stockpile, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-390. 

S. 2719 An act to provide for the striking of medals in commemoration of the 100th anni- 
versary of the purchase of Alaska by the United States from Russia. Approved Apr. 14, 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-393. 

S. 2720 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to develop, through the use of experiment 

and demonstration plants, practicable and economic means for the production by the 
commercial fishing industry of fish protein concentrate. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-701. 

S. 2729 An act to amend sec. 4(c) of the Small Business Act, and for other purposes. Approved 

May 2, 1966. Public Law 89-409. 

S . 2747 Anactto authorize conclusion of an agreement with Mexico for j oint measures for solution of 

the Lower Rio Grande salinity problem. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-584. 

S. 2770 An act to amend title 18 of the United States Code so as to prohibit the use of the like- 
nesses of the great seal of the United States falsely to indicate Federal agency, sponsorship, 
or approval. Approved Nov. 11, 1066. Public Law 80-807. 

S. 2822 An act to amend various provisions of the laws administered by the Farm Credit Admin- 
istration to improve operations thereunder, and for other purposes. Approved 'Aug. 2 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-525. 

S. 2829 An act to amend sec. 301(a)(l7) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Approved 

Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-770. 

S. 2831 An act to furnish to the Scranton Association, Inc., medals in commemoration of the 

100th anniversary of the founding of the city of Scranton, Pa. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-400. 

S. 2835 An act to provide for the striking of medals in commemoration of the 75th anniversary 

of the founding of the American Numismatic Association. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Public Law 89-401. 

S. 2858 An act to amend sec. 502 of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, relating to construction dififer- 

ential subsidies. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-589. 

S. 2893 An act to amend sec. 208(c) of the Interstate Commerce Act to provide that certificates 

issued to motor common carriers of passengers pursuant to future applications shall not 
confer, as an incident to the grant of regular route authority, the right to transport spe- 
cial or chartered parties. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-804. 

b. 2947 An act to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act in order to improve and make 

more effective certain programs pursuant to such act. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public 
Law 89-753. 

S. 2948 An act to set aside certain lands in Montana for the Indians of the Confederated Salish 

and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, Mont. Approved Aug. 1, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-524. 

o. 2950 An act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1967 for procurement of aircraft, 

missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and research, development, test, and 
evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to maintain parity between military and civilian 

„ pay, and for other purposes. Approved July 13, 1966. Public Law 89-501. 

o. 2979 An act to extend coverage of the State Technical Services Act of 1965 to the territory of 

„ -„„„ Guam. Approved Nov. 6, 1066. Pubhc Law 89-771. 

5. /jggg An act to amend sec. 6 of the Southern Nevada Project Act (act of Oct. 22, 1965; 79 Stat. 

1068). Approved Julv 19, 1966. Public Law 89-510. 



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S. 3005 An act to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety 

standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce accidents involving motor 
vehicles and to reduce the deaths and injuries occurring in such accidents. Approved 
Sept. 9, 1966. Public Law 89-563. 

S. 3008 An act to amend the Public Health Service Act to promote and assist in the extension and 

improvement of comprehensive health planning and public health services, to provide 
for a more effective use of available Federal funds for such planning and services, and for 
other purposes. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-749. 

S. 3034 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of 

certain water resource development proposals. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public Law 89- 
561. 

S. 3035 An act to establish a program for the preservation of additional historical properties through- 
out the Nation, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-665. 

S. 3051 An act granting the consent of Congress to the compact between Missouri and Kansas 

creating the Kansas City Area Transportation District and the Kansas City Area Trans- 
portation Authority. Approved Sept. 21, 1966. Public Law 89-599. 

S. 3052 An act to provide for a coordinated national highway program through financial assistance 

to the States to accelerate highway traffic safety programs, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Sept. 9, 1966. Public Law 89-564. 

S. 3080 An act to amend sec. 8 of the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands to increase the spe- 
cial revenue bond borrowing authority, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. 
Public Law 89-643. 

S. 3093 An act to amend the acts of Mar. 3, 1931, and Oct. 9, 1962, relating to the furnishing of books 

and other materials to the blind so as to authorize the furnishing of such books and other 
materials to other handicapped persons. Approved July 30, 1966. Public Law 89-522. 

S. 3096 An act to amend the Federal Airport Act to extend the time for making grants thereunder, and 

for other purposes. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-647. 

S. 3105 An act to authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes. 

Approved Sept. 12, 1966. Public Law 89-568. 

S. 3112 An act to amend the Clean Air Act so as to authorize grants to air pollution control agencies 

for maintenance of air pollution control programs in addition to present authority for 
grants to develop, establish, or improve such programs; make the use of appropriations 
under the act more flexible by consolidating the appropriation authorizations under the 
act and deleting the provision limiting the total of grants for support of air pollution 
control programs to 20 percent of the total appropriation for any year; extend the dura- 
tion of the programs authorized by the act, and for other purposes. Approved Oct 
15, 1966. Public Law 89-675. 

S. 3148 An act to provide for the conveyance of all right, title, and interest of the United States 

reserved or retained in certain lands heretofore conveyed to the city of El Paso, Tex. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-767. 

S. 3150 An act to make further provision for the retirement of the Comptroller General. Approved 

July 26, 1966. Public Law 89-520. 

S. 3155 An act to authorize appropriations for the fiscal years 1968 and 1969 for the construction 

of certain highways in accordance with title 23 of the United States Code, and for other 
purposes. Approved Sept. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-574. 

S. 3158 An act to strengthen the regulatory and supervisory authority of Federal agencies over 

insured banks and insured savings and loan associations, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Oct. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-695. 

S. 3230 An act to authorize the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution to negotiate 

cooperative agreements gi-anting concessions at the National Zoological Park to certain 
nonprofit organizations and to accept voluntary services of such organizations or of 
individuals, and for other purposes. Approved "Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-772. 

S. 3249 An act to consent to the interstate compact defining the boundary between the States of 

Arizona and California. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-531. 

S. 3254 An act to amend sees. 2072 and 2112 of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the 

.scope of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and to repeal inconsistent legislation. 
Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-773. 

S. 3261 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands in the State of 

Maine to the Mount Desert Island Regional School District. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. 
Public Law 89-615. 

S. 3283 An act to promote private financing of credit needs and to provide for an efficient and orderly 

method of liquidating financial assets held by Federal credit agencies, and for other 
purposes. Approved May 24, 1966. Public Law 89-429. 

S. 3298 An act to amend the Federal Hazardous Substances Labeling Act to ban hazardous toys 

and articles intended for children, and other articles so hazardous as to be dangerous in 
the household regardless of labeling, and to apply to unpackaged articles intended for 
household use, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-756. 

S. 3353 An act to amend the Trading With the Enemy Act to provide for the transfer of three 

paintings to the Federal Republic of Germany in trust for the Weimar Museum. Ap- 
proved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-619. 

S. 3354 An act to amend the law establishing the revolving fund for expert assistance loans to 

Indian tribes. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-592. 

S. 3368 An act to amend sec. 14(b) of the Federal Reserve Act, as amended, to extend for two years 

the authority of Federal Reserve Banks to purchase United States obligations directly 
from the Treasury. Approved June 30, 1966. Public Law 89-484. 

S. 3389 An act to provide for the establishment of the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 

Gardens, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-788. 

S. 3391 An act to amend the Shipping Act, 1916, as amended, to authorized exemption from the 

provisions of the act. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-778. 

S. 3418 An act to amend the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended, and for other purposes. 

Approved Sept. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-572. 



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S. ;U21 An act to autliorizo the Si-cictnry of ARricultun- (o convoy cortftin landH nnd improvementB 

tlioiToii to the University of Alaska. Ap|)rov('(l Oct. I, I'JOO. I'lihlic Law 89-020. 

S. .'1423. An act to |)rovi(lc for tiic (>stal)lisluncnt of the Wolf Traj) Farm I'ark in Fairfax County, 

Va., and for other puri)oscs. .Vjjprovcd Oct. 15, \'.)(H). Public Law 8<) 071 . 

S. M:V.\ .\n act. to make it a criminal olTcnsc to steal, emhezzh', or otherwise! unlawfully take; property 

from a pipeline, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 14, 1900. Public Law 89-654. 

S. 3460 .\n act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to enter into contracts for scientific and 

technolo)j;ical research, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 15, 196G. Public Law 
89-672. 

S. 3460 .Vn act to change th(! nanu- of the Uolla .hnvol Bearing Plant at Holla, N. Dak., to the 

William Langer Jewel Hearii\)j; Plant. Approved Nov. 0, 1900. Public Law 89-784. 

S. 3467 . -- - -- An act to strengthen and expand food service programs for children. Approved Oct. 11, 
1960. Public Law 89-042. 

S 3484 - An act to amend the Act of June 3, 1960 (Public Law 89-441, 80 Stat. 192), relating to the 

Great Salt Lake relicted lands. Approved Aug. 23, 1900. Public Law 89-542. 

S. 3488. - An act to grant the cons(>nt of (Congress for the St.ates of Virginia and Maryland and the 

District of Columbia to amend the Washington Ah^tropolitan area transit regulation 
compact to establish an organization empowered to provide transit facilities in the 
National Capital region and for other jjurposcs and to enact said am(>ndm(>nt for the 
District of Coltuubia. Approved Nov. 0, 1900. Public Law 89-774. 

S. 3498 An act to facilitate the carrying out of the obligations of the United States under the Con- 
vention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other 
States, signed on Aug. 27, 1965, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. 
Public Law 89-532. 

S. 3510 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to study the feasibility and desirability 

of a Connecticut River National Recreation Area, in the States of Connecticut, Massa- 
chusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire, and for other purposes. Approved Oct. 3, 
1966. Public Law 89-616. 

S. 3576 An act to amend sec. 2241 of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the jurisdiction 

and venue of applications for writs of habeas corpus by persons in custody under judg- 
ments and sentences of State courts. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-590. 

S. 3625 An act to designate the dam being constructed on the Allegheny River, Pennsylvania, 

as the "Kinzua Dam," and the lake to be formed by such dam in Pennsylvania and 
New York as the "Allegheny Reservoir." Approved Sept. 24, 1900. Public Law 89-602. 

S. 3675 An act to amend title V of the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 to provide for 

the determination of the amounts of claims of nationals of the United States against the 
Chinese Communist regime. Approved Nov. 6, 1960. Public Law 89-780. 

S. 3688 An act to stimulate the flow of mortgage credit for Federal Housing Administration and 

Veterans' Administration assisted residential construction. Approved Sept. 10, 1966. 
Public Law 89-566. 

S. 3700 An act to amend the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. Approved Sept. 8, 1966. 

Public Law 89-562. 

S. 3704 An act to provide for the striking of a medal in commemoration of the designation of Ellis 

Island as a part of the Statute of Liberty National Monument in New York, N.Y. 
Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-076. 

S. 3708 An act to assist comprehensive city demonstration programs for rebuilding slum and blighted 

areas and for providing the public facilities and service necessary to improve the general 
welfare of the people who live in those areas, to assist and encourage planned metropolitan 
development, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 3, 1960. Public Law 89-754. 

S. 3715 An act to improve the aids to navigation services of the Coast Guard. Approved Oct. 14, 

1966. Public Law 89-662. 

S. 3807 An act to amend Public Law 89-428 to authorize the Atomic Energy Commission to enter 

into a cooperative arrangement for a large-scale combination nuclear power-desalting 
project, and appropriations therefor, in accordance with section 201 of the Atomic Energy 
Act of 1954, as amended. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. PubHc Law 89-648. 

S. 3809 An act to authorize the Public Printer to print for and deliver to the General Services 

Administration an additional copy of certain publications. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. 
Public Law 89-678. 

S. 3830 An act to amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. 

Public Law 89-645. 

S. 3834 An act to amend ch. 141 of title 10, United States Code, to provide for price adjustments in 

contracts for the procurement of milk bv the Department of Defense. Approved Oct. 19, 
1966. Public Law 89-696. 

S. 3887 An act to amend title 10, United States Code, to permit persons from countries friendly to 

the United States to receive instruction at the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval 
Academv, and the U.S. Air Force Academy, and for other purposes. Approved Nov. 9, 
I960. Pubhc Law 89-802. 



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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS WHICH HAVE BECOME 

PUBLIC LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

S.J. Res. 3 Joint resolution extending the date for transmission of the Budget and the Economic Report. 

Approved Jan. 13, 1965. Public Law 89-1. 

S.J. Res. 5 Joint resolution designating the bridge crossing the Washington Channel near the inter- 
section of the extension of 13th and G Sts. SW. the "Francis Case Memorial Bridge." 
Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public Law 89-203. 

S.J. Res. 32 Joint resolution to authorize a contribution to certain inhabitants of the Ryukyu Islands 

for death and injury to persons, and for use of and damage to private property, arising 
from acts and omissions of the United States Armed Forces, or members thereof, after 
August 15, 1945, and before April 28, 1952. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Public Law 
89-296. 

S.J. Res. 47 Joint resolution to authorize the President to designate the week of Mav 2 through May 8, 

1965, as "Professional Photography Week." Approved Mar. 29, 1965' Public Law 89-8. 

S.J. Res. 48 Joint resolution to provide for Bennett Place commemoration. Approved Mar. 29, 1965. 

Public Law 89-7. 

S.J. Res. 53 Joint resolution to establish a tercentenary commission to commemorate the advent and 

history of Father Jacques Marquette in North America, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved Sept. 15, 1965. Public Law 89-187. 

S.J. Res. 56 Joint resolution authorizing the President to proclaim the occasion of the bicentennial 

celebration of the birth of James Smithson. Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Public Law 89- 
124. 

S.J. Res. 69 Joint resolution to authorize the Architect of the Capitol to construct the 3d Library of 

Congress building in square 732 in the District of Columbia to be named the James 
Madison Memorial Building and to contain a Madison Memorial Hall, and for other 
purposes. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-260. 

S.J. Res. 71 Joint resolution to amend the joint resolution of Jan. 28, 1948, providing for membership 

and participation by the United States in the South Pacific Commission. Approved 
July 27, 1965. Public Law 89-91. 

S.J. Res. 81 Joint resolution to amend the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 to increase the amount 

authorized for the Interstate System for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967, to authorize 
the apportionment of such amount, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-139. 

S.J. Res. 83 Joint resolution to authorize the President to issue a proclamation commemorating the 

175th anniversary, on Aug. 4, 1965, of the founding of the U.S. Coast Guard at New- 
buryport, Mass. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-103. 

S.J. Res. 89 Joint resolution extending for 2 years the e.xisting authority for the erection in the District 

of Columbia of a memorial to Mary McLeod Bethune. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Public 
Law 89-192. 

S.J. Res. 98 Joint resolution authorizing and requesting the President to extend through 1966 his proc- 
lamation of a period to "See the United States," and for other purposes. Approved 
Oct. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-235. 

S.J. Res. 100 Joint resolution to provide for the designation of the period from Aug. 31 through Sept. 6, 

in 1965, as "National American Legion Baseball Week." Approved Aug. 23, 1965. Public 
Law 89-133. 

S.J. Res. 102 Joint resolution to authorize funds for the Commission on Law Enforcement and Adminis- 
tration of Justice and the District of Columbia Commission on Crime and Law Enforce- 
ment. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-196. 

S.J. Res. 106 Joint resolution to allow the showing in the United States of the U. S. Information Agency 

film "John F. Kennedy — Years of Lightning, Day of Drums." Approved Oct. 20, 1965. 
Public Law 89-274. 

Second Session 

S.J. Res. 9 Joint resolution to cancel any unpaid reimbursable constructions costs of the Wind River 

Indian irrigation project, Wyoming, chargeable against certain non-Indian lands. Ap- 
proved Mar. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-364. 

S.J. Res. 18 Joint resolution to provide for the designation of the week beginning Apr. 23, 1967, as 

"Youth Temperance Education Week." Approved May 4, 1966. Public Law 89-411. 

S.J. Res. 86 Joint resolution to authorize the President to proclaim May 4, 1966, as a "Day of Recogni- 
tion" for firefighters. Approved May 4, 1966. Public Law 89-410. 

S.J. Res. 108 Joint resolution to amend the joint resolution providing for membership of the United 

States in the Pan American Institute of Geography and History and to authorize appro- 
priations therefor. Approved Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-646. 

S.J. Res. 125 Joint resolution extending the date for transmission of the Economic Report. Approved 

Jan. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-350. 



106 

S.J. Hon. 127 Joint resolution designating Apr. '.», 1066, iis "Sir Winston Churchill Day." Approved Apr. 

9, 1<U)(>. Public Law SO-.'JSr). 
S.J. Hes. 130 Joint renohitioii to jjrovide for the designation of the week of May S to May 14, 1066, a« 

"National School Safety Patrol Week." Aj)proved May 5, 1066. Public Law 80-412. 
S.J. Hes. 133. Joint re.sohition designating February ll)()7 a.-* American Hislorv .Montli. Approved 

Nov. T), lOGC. Pubhc Law SO 7()8. 
S.J. Res. ir)3 .loint resolution to provich> for tlie striking of medals in commemoration of the fiftieth 

anniversary of the l''e(h'ral land bank system in tlie I'nited States. Approved Oct. 15, 

1966. Public Law SO-670. 
Joint resolution to designate the period beginning June 13, 1066, and ending June 10, 1066, 

as "Gas Industry Week." Approved June 15, 1066. Public Law 89-440. 
Joint resolution to designate the third Sundav in June 1066 a.s Father's Dav. Approved 

June 15, 1066. Public Law 89-450. 
Joint resolution to establish the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, and for 

other purposes. July 4, 1966. Public Law 80-401. 
Joint resolution to enable the United States to organize and hold an International Conference 

on Water for Peace in the United Stati>s in 1967 and authorize an api)ropriation therefor. 

Approved Nov. 8, 1960. Public Law 89-799. 
Joint resolution to delete the interest rate limitation on debentures issued to Federal inter- 
mediate credit banks. Approved Sept. 20, 1966. Public Law 89-505. 
Joint resolution to extend the authority of the Postmaster General to enter into leases of 

real property for periods not exceeding 30 years, and for other piirposes. Approved 

Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 80-637. 



S.J. 


Res. 


160. -. 


S.J. 


Res. 


161... 


S.J. 


Res. 


162.... 


S.J. 


Res. 


167.... 


S.J. 


Res. 


178... 


S.J. 


Res. 


197.... 



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SENATE BILLS WHICH HAVE BECOME PRIVATE LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 

S. 45 An act for the relief of Maj. Raymond G. Clark, Jr. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private 

Law 89-36. 

S. 09 An act ^or the relief of Mrs. Genevieve Olsen. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-53. 

S. 76 An act for the relief of Anna Maria Heiland. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-94. 

S. 97 An act for the relief of Lt. Raymond E. Berube, Jr. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 

89-54. 

S. 125 An act for the relief of Armando S. Arguilles. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-37. 

S. 134 An act for the relief of Lloyd K. Hirota. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-55. 

S. 135 An act for the relief of Elizabeth Kam Oi Hu. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 

89-75. 

S. 136 An act for the relief of Angel Lagmay. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-76. 

S. 149 An act for the relief of Benjamin A. Ramelb. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-212. 

S. 192 An act for the relief of Maria Liberty Burnett. Approved Sept. 22, 1965. Private Law 

89-88. 

S. 207 An act for the relief of Dr. Jose S. Lastra. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-38. 

S. 263 An act for the relief of Honorata A. Vda de Narra. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private 

Law 89-39. 

S. 322 An act for the relief of Choy-Sim Mah. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 89-131. 

S. 337 An act for the relief of F. F. Hintze. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-167. 

S. 343 An act for the relief of Paride Marchesan. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-168. 

S. 374 An act for the relief of Dr. Castrillo (Fernandez). Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 

89-169. 
S. 402 An act for the relief of Oh Wha Ja (Penny Korleen Doughty). Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 

Private Law 89-106. 

S. 440 An act for the relief of Jose L. Rodriquez. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. Private Law 89-72. 

S. 442 An act for the relief of Carleen Coen. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-40. 

r. 450 An act for the relief of William John Campbell McCaughey. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 

Private Law 89-107. 

S. 454 An act for the relief of Lee Hyang Na. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-77. 

S. 517 An act for the relief of John William Daugherty, Jr. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private 

Law 89-95. 
S. 521 An act for the relief of Maria Gioconda Femia. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 

89-78. 

S. 570 An act for the relief of Frank S. Chow. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-41. 

S. 571 An act for the relief of Denise Hojebane Barrood. Approved July 24, 1965. Private Law 

89-15. 

S. 572 An act for the relief of Robert L. Wolverton. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-56. 

S. 573 An act for the relief of Dr. Sedat M. Ayata. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-96. 

S. 582 An act for the relief of Aleksandr Kaznacheev. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 

89-42. 

S. 584 An act for the relief of Ming Chup Chau. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-97. 

S. 586 An act for the relief of Maria Tsilis. Approved Sept. 22, 1965. Private Law 89-89. 

S. 611 An act for the relief of certain employees of the Mount Edgecumbe Boarding School, Alaska. 

Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 89-132. 
S. 614 An act for the relief of Evangelia Moshou Kantas. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private 

Law 89-98. 
S. 616 An act for the relief of Miss Choun Seem Kim. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 

89-43. 
S. 618 An act for the relief of Nora Isabella Samuelli. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 

89-108. 
S. 619 An act for the rehef of Nora Isabella Samuelli. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Private Law 

89-203. 
S. 653 An act for the relief of George Paluras (Georgios Palouras). Approved Sept. 22, 1965. 

Private Law 89-90. 

S. 678 An act for the relief of Lee Hi Sook. Approved Aug. 24, 1965. Private Law 89-35. 

S. 703 An act for the relief of Kimie Okamoto Addington. Approved Sept. 22, 1965. Private 

Law 89-91. 
S. 711 An act for the relief of Mrs. Hertha L. Wohlmuth. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private 

Law 89-170. 

S. 779 An act for the relief of Henryka Lyska. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 89-133. 

S. 826 An act for the relief of Har Gobind Khorana. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 

89-44. 

S. 828 .... An act for the relief of Cha Mi Hi. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-79. 

S. 853 An act for the relief of Charles N. Legarde and his wife, Beatrice E. Legarde. Approved 

Sept. 17, 1965. Private Law 89-73. 
S. 856 An act for the relief of the estate of R. M. Clark. Approved June 24, 1965. Private 

Law 89-10. 



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S. 801 An act. for the relief of Alvii Arlington darncs. Approved Sept. 22, 1905. Private Law 

Si)-<)2. 
S. 879 An act for the relief of Kini Sa Suk. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. IVivate Law 89-80. 

S. 910 An act for the relief of l>(>hra T,vnne Sanders. Approved Auk- 28, l'.)()5. Private Law 

89-15. 
S. 919 .\n net for the relief of Lt. (^ol. William T. Schu.ster, U.S. Air Force (retired). Approved 

Nov. 8, 1905. Private Law S'.)-213. 
S. 954 An act for the relief of Ailsa Alexandra Maclntyre. Approv<;d Aug. 28, 1905. Private 

Law Si) -10. 
S. 971.- - - An act for the relief of Mrs. Elena H. Guira. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. Private Law 89-81. 
S. 1008 . An act for the relief of Ottilia Brucgmann James. Approved Aii^. l.'{, 1005. Private 

Law 89 -;y. 
S. 1012 An act for the relief of Dr. Otto F. KcrnbcrR. Approved Oct. 19, 1905. Private Law 

89-134. 

S. 1084.. An act for the relief of Shu Ilsien Chang. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. Private Law 89-82. 

S. 1103 An act for the relief of Kathr-n Choi Ast. Approved Aug. 28, 1905. Private Law 89-47. 

S. 1111 -- An act for the relief of Pola nodenstcin. Approved Sept. 29, 1905. Private Law 89-109. 

S. 1138 An act for the relief of Lt. Robert C. Gibson. Approved Sept. 1, 1905. Private Law 

89-57. 

S. 1170 An act for the relief of Chung J. Clark. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. Private Law 89-83. 

S. 1186 An act for the relief of Kris Ann Larsen. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. Private Law 89-84. 

S. 1196 An act for the relief of Wright G. James. Approved Sept. 1, 1905. Private Law 89-58. 

S. 1198 An act for the relief of the estate of Ilarlev Brewer, deceased, .\pproved Sept. 29, 1965. 

Private Law 89-102. 
S. 1209 An act for the relief of Spec. Manuel D. Racelis. Approved Sept. 21, 1905. Private Law 

89-85. 

S. 1207 An act for the relief of Jack C. Winn, Jr. Approved Sept. 1, 1905. Private Law 89-59. 

S. 1390 An act for the relief of Rocky River Co. and Macv Land Corp. Approved Sept. 29, 

1965. Private Law 89-110". 

S. 1397 An act for the relief of Vasileos Koutsougeanopoulos. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private 

Law 89-135. 

S. 1498 An act for the relief of Nikolai Artamonov. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private Law 89-48 

S. 1647 An act for the relief of Kim Sung Jin. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-214. 

S. 1736 An act for the relief of Jennifer Ellen Johnson Mojdara. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Private 

Law 89-99. 

S. 1775 An act for the relief of Erich GansmuUer. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 89-136. 

S. 1873 An act for the relief of Mr.*. Clara W. Dollar. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 

89-137. 
S. 1919 An act for the relief of Laura MacArthur Goditiabois-Deacon. Approved Sept. 22, 1965. 

Private Law 89-93. 
S. 2039 An act for the relief of Ken Allen Keene (Yasuo Tsukikawa). Approved Oct. 30, 1965. 

Private Law 89-171. 

Second Session 

S. 146 An act for the relief of Delma S. Pozas. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-330. 

S. 153 An act for the relief of Matsusuke Tengan. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-331. 

S. 195 An act for the relief of Sunnysidc Seed Farms. Approved Nov. 10, 1960. Private Law 

89-472 

S. 190 An act for the relief of Georges Fraise. Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-343. 

S. 372 An act for the relief of Antonio JerMs Senra (Rodriguez) and his wife, Mercedes M. Miranda 

de Senra. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-314. 

S. 373 An act for the relief of Dr. Victor M. Ubieta. Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-344. 

S. 405 An act for the rehef of Gabriel A. Nahas and Vera Nahas. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private 

Law 89-349. 
S. 518 An act for the relief of Joanna K. Georgoulia. Approved May 10, 1966. Private Law 

89-243. 

S. 577 An act for the relief of Mary F. Morse. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-216. 

S. 642 An act for the relief of Chung K. Won. Approved Aug. 22, 1966. Private Law 89-280. 

S. 690 An act for the relief of Norman J. Pitman. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-445. 

S. 766 An act for the relief of Lt. Samuel R. Rondberg, U.S. Army Reserve. Approved Oct. 4, 

1966. Private Law 89-332. 

S. 769 An act for the relief of Dr. Marshall Ku. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-446. 

S. 822 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain public land in Wyoming 

to Clara Dozier Wire. Approved July 28, 1966. Private Law 89-267. 
S. 851 An act for the relief of M. Sgt. Bernard L. LaMountain, U.S. Air Force (retired). Approved 

Mar. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-217. 
S. 943 An act for the relief of Frantisek Vohryzka. Approved May 11, 1966. Private Law 

89-244. 
S. 993 An act for the relief of Dr. Oscar Valdcs Cruz. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89- 

315. 
S. 1049 An act to provide for relief for the heirs and devisees of Fly and Her Growth, deceased 

Brule Indian allottees. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private'Law 89-233. 

S. 1068 An act for the relief of Fred E. Starr. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-447. 

S. 1101 An act to provide for the conveyance of certain mineral interests of the United States in 

79.184 acres located near Organgeburg, S.C, to Alice E. Dominick, the owner of such 

property. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-448. 
S. 1120 An act for the relief of Dr. Ortelio Rodriguez Perez. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 

89-316. 
S. 1137 An act for the relief of Dr. Rafael Martinez Torres. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private 

Law 89-449. 



108 

S. 1275 An act to authorize and direct the Secretary of the Treasury to cause the vessel Elva L., 

owned by Harold Bunker, of Matinicus, Maine, to be documented as a vessel of the 

United States with coastwise privileges. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-350. 
S. 1375 An act providing a method for determining the amount of compensation to which certain 

individuals are entitled as reimbursement for damages sustained by them due to the 

cancellation of their grazing permits by the U.S. Air Force. Approved Oct. 16, 1966. 

Private Law 89-366. 

S. 1407 An act for the relief of Frank E. Lipp. Approved Mar. 1, 1966. Private Law 89-215. 

S. 1449 An act for the relief of Dr. Enrique Ramon Ducassi. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 

89-333. 

S. 1468 An act for the relief of Dorothy Eyre. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Private Law 89-346. 

S. 1520 Anactfor the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harwell Hogan. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Private 

Law 89-218. 
S. 1571 An act for the relief of Kermit Wager, of Lebanon, S. Dak. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Pri- 
vate Law 89-334. 
S. 1572 An act for the rehef of Merritt A. Seefeldt and August C. Seefeldt. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. 

Private Law 89-450. 
S. 1661 An act for the relief of Samuel C. Neiburg. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Private Law 89- 

473. 
S. 1684 An act to direct the Secretary of the Interior to adjudicate a claim to certain land in 

Marengo County, Ala. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Private Law 89-310. 
S. 1748 An act for the relief of Virgilio Acosta-Martinez. Approved May 26, 1966. Private Law 

89-245. 

S. 2010 An act for the relief of Fun Wat Hoy. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-451. 

S. 2040 An act for the relief of Dr. Dean H. Gosselin. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89- 

452. 
S. 2091 An act for the relief of Joaquin U. Villagomez. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Private Law 

89-347. 
S. 2104 An act for the relief of Harriet C. Chambers. Approved Aug. 22, 1966. Private Law 

89-281. 
S. 2106 An act for the relief of Dr. Jose Joaquin Diaz Franquiz. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private 

Law 89-351. 
S. 2109 An act for the relief of Dr. Olibio S. Rodriquez-Eiras. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private 

Law 89-453. 

S. 2177 An act for the relief of Donald I. Abbott. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-335. 

S. 2222 An act for the relief of Susan Jeanne Clynes. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 

89-454. 
S. 2265 An act for the relief of Konstadyna Byni Deliroglou and her minor child, Alexandros Dc- 

liroglou. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-336. 

S. 2295 An act for the relief of Guiseppe Rubino. Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-345. 

S. 2307 An act for the relief of certain civilian employees and former civiUan employees of region 1 

of the Bureau of Reclamation. Approved June 29, 1966. Private Law 89-259. 
S. 2348 An act for the relief of Dr. Jorge G. Echenique. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89- 

317. 

S. 2376 An act for the relief of Dr. Mario Presman. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-318. 

S. 2447 An act for the relief of Dr. Arturo Victor Fajardo-Carpio. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private 

Law 89-319. 

S. 2451 An act for the relief of Che Yim Loh. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-455. 

S. 2457 An act for the relief of Jorge Ajbuszyc Volsky. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89- 

352. 
S. 2491 An act for the relief of Dr. Juan Federico Antonio Lamas y Parra. Approved Nov. 6, 

1966. Private Law 89-456. 

S. 2500 An act for the relief of James A. Todd, Jr. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-457. 

S. 2529 An act for the relief of Dr. Felix Hurtado Perez. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 

89-320. 

S. 2555 .\n act for the relief of Kim Kin Soon. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-337. 

S. 2587 An act for the relief of Dr. Hilda W. Perez de Gonzalez. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private 

Law 89-353. 
S. 2621 An act for the relief of loannis A. Vasilopoulos and Chester (Abramczyk) Hill. Approved 

Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-458. 
S. 2626 An act for the relief of Dr. Argyrios A. Tsifutis. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89- 

329. 
S. 2640 An act for the relief of Dr. Guillermo Rodriquez. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 

89-354. 
S. 2663 An act for the relief of Dinesh Poddar and Girish Kumar Poddar. Approved Aug. 30, 

1966. Private Law 89-282. 
S. 2696 An act for the relief of Abraham Ezekiel Cohen. Approved May 26, 1966. Private Law 

89-246. 

S. 2738 An act for the relief of Dr. Ezzat N. Asaad. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-355. 

S. 2739 An act for the relief of Dr. Blanche L. Asaad. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89- 

356. 

S. 2750 An act for the relief of You I. Souk. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-459. 

S. 2751 An act for the relief of David R. Slemon. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-460. 

S. 2761 An act for the relief of Dr. Julio Sanguily, Junior. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 

89-357. 
S. 2763 An act for the relief of Dr. Marcial Alfredo Marti (Alfredo Marti) . Approved Nov. 6, 1966. 

Private Law 89-461. 
S. 2771 An act for the relief of Hazel Louise Schuman Strunk. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private 

Law 89-358. 
S. 2789 Anactfortherelief of Dr. Alberto Oteiza. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-321. 



109 

S. 27fl() Anactfoi tlu- irliof of Dr. llafaol Anrrich. Approved Oct. 3, HHiC. I'rivato Law 89-322. 

S. '27\)S An act for tlu> rrlirf of CWO (lion Zoinler, U.S. Navy (retired). Approved Nov. 6, 1060. 

Private I.iiw SO 4t)2. 
S. 2S0t) Ai\ net for tlui reli(>f of CJcorRe Josepli Suad. Ai)prove(i Oct. 4, ilKiti. Private Law H!( 

338. 
S. 2801 An net for the relief of Helena Gilbert Maddagirl and Heather Gilbert Maddagirl. Ap- 

proM-d Nov. G, 1!)G(). Private Law >S<J 4C3. 

S. 2838 An act for the relief of Irene Snydor. Approved Sept. 27, I'JGO. i'rivato Law 89-313. 

S. 2854 An act for the relief of Dr. Gottfried Kaestncr. Approved Oct. 4, 1060. Private Law 89- 

335). 
S. 2865 An act for the relief of Dr. Alfredo Hernandez. Approved Oct. 3, 196(3. Private Law 89- 

323. 
S. 2869 An act for the relief of Dr. Jose Enrique Diaz. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89- 

324. 
S. 2945 An act for the relief of Dr. Jaime E. Condom Valera. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private 

Law 89-325. 
S. 2946-. An act for the relief of Dr. Mario v. Machado Espinosa. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private 

Law 89-326. 
S. 2973 An act to permit Edward C. Bower to serve as a director of the Virgin Islands National Bank 

prior to his obtaining U.S. citizenship. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-340. 
S. 3106 An act for the relief of Dr. Alberto L. Martinez. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 

89-359. 

S. 3189 An act for the relief of Dr. Alonso Portuondo. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-327. 

S. 3209 .- An act for the relief of Zofia Zych. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-464. 

S. 3222 An act for the relief of Dusko Doder. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-465. 

S. 3238 An act for the relief of Miss Matsuc Sato. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-360. 

S. 3258 An act for the relief of Deniz Hikmet Sen Manes. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private 

Law 89-466. 
S. 3272 An act for the relief of Dr. Jacobo Albo Maya. Approved Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89- 

328. 

S. 3318 An act for the relief of Yung Mi Kim. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-467. 

S. 3358 An act for the relief of Theodora Bezates. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private Law 89-468. 

S. 3500 An act to authorize the President to advance Maj. Gen. Robert Wesley Colglazier, Jr., to the 

grade of lieutenant general. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Private Law 89-348. 



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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS WHICH HAVE BECOME 

PRIVATE LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



First Session 
None. 



Second Session 
None. 



Ill 



ACTS WHICH BECAME LAWS WITHOUT THE APPROVAL 
OF THE PRESIDENT (WHILE CONGRESS WAS IN SESSION) 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



None. 



None. 



None. 



None. 



HOUSE BILLS 
FiHST Session 



Second Session 



SBNAl'B BILLS 

First Session 



Second Session 



112 



ACTS WHICH FAILED TO BECOME LAWS (VETOED WHILE 

CONGRESS WAS IN SESSION) 



EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



HOUSE BILLS 

First Session 

H.R. 1384 An act for the relief of Theodore Zissu. Vetoed Oct. 20, 1965. 

H.R. 1867 An act for the relief of Daniel Walter Miles. Vetoed June 14, 1965. 

H.R. 2166 An act for the relief of Staiman Bros.-Simon Wrecking Co. Vetoed June 26, 1965. 

H. R. 3329 An act to incorporate the Youth Councils on Civic Affairs, and for other purposes. Vetoed 

Sept. 10, 1965. 

H.R. 5902 An act for the relief of Cecil Graham. Vetoed Oct. 4, 1965. 

H.R. 8439 An act to authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes. 

Vetoed Aug. 21, 1965. (See H.R. 10775.) 

Second Session 

H.R. 2035 An act to provide for cost-of-living adjustments in star route contract prices. Vetoed 

July 19, 1966. 

H.R. 6926 An act to strengthen the financial condition of the Employees' Life Insurance Fund created 

by the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954, to provide certain adjust- 
ments in amounts of group life and group accidental death and dismemberment insurance 
under such Act, and for other purposes. Vetoed Sept. 12, 1966. 

H.R. 7546 An act for the relief of Gilmour C. MacDonald, colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired). Vetoed 

Oct. 10, 1966. 



SENATE BILLS 

First Session. 

S. 327 An act to provide assistance to the States of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, 

and Idaho for the reconstruction of areas damaged by recent floods and high waters. 
Vetoed June 5, 1965. 

Second Session 
None. 



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POCKET VETO (AFTER ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS) 

PHGHTY-NINTII (^.ONGRESS 



None. 



HOUSE BILLS 

First Session 



Second Session 



H.R. 3901 An act for the relief of Miss Elisabeth von Obcrndorff. Pocket vetoed Nov. 14, 1966. 

H.R. 5688 An act relating to criminal procedure in the District of Columbia. Pocket vetoed Nov. 13, 

1966. 
n.U. 13955 An act to establish the past and present location of a certain portion of the Colorado River 

for certain purposes. Pocket vetoed Nov. 14, 1966. 



None. 



SENATE BILLS 

First Session 



Second Session 



S. 1674 An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to make disposition of geothermal steam 

and associated geothermal resources, and for other purposes. Pocket vetoed Nov. 14, 
1966. 



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114 



ACTS WHICH WERE VETOED BUT BECAME LAWS 

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS 



None. 



None. 



None. 



None. 



HOUSE BILLS 
First Session 



Second Session 



SENATE BILLS 

First Session 



Second Session 



115 



NUMERICAL ORDER OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS WHICH HAVE PASSED EITHER 
OR BOTH HOUSES, AND BILLS NOW PENDING ON THE CALENDARS 

Complete history of all actions on each bill follows the number in chronological order. For 
subject of bill see index, using index key following bill number in this section 

Note. — Similar or identical bills, and bills having reference to each other, are indicated by number in 

parentheses 



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HOUSE BILLS 

H.R. 2. (H. Res. 254).— Drug Abuse Control Amend- 
ments of 1965. Reported from Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 130. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 10, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 21, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Reot. 337. Passed Senate, amended, June 23, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments July 8, 1965. 
Approved July 15, 1965. Public Law 89-74. 



H.R. 10. — Ta.xes, sclf-employod individuals, contribu- 
tions by, to pension funds. Reported from Wavs 
and Means May 26, 1966; Rept. 1557. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House June 6, 
1966. {See H.R. 13103.) 



H.R. 23. — Fish, anadromous, conservation and develop- 
ment. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1007. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 11, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
860. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 13, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 14, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-304. 



H.R. 30 (H. Res. 582) (H. Res. 706).— Inter- American 
Cultural and Trade Center, Florida, United States 
participation in. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
Sept. 9, 1965; Rept. 974. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 22, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 22, 
1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 937. Passed Senate, 
amended, Jan. 19, 1966. Pursuant to H. Res. 706, 
House agrees to Senate amendments Feb. 3, 1966. 
Approved Feb. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-355. 



H.R. 45 (S. 805) (H. Res. 234).— Inter-American 
Development Bank, increase U.S. participation in. 
Reported from Banking and Currency Feb. 8, 1965; 
Rept. 27. Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 18, 
1965. Passed Senate, amended, Feb. 25, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference Feb. 25, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference Mar. 1, 1965. Conference 
report filed Mar. 3, 1965: Rept. 137. House agrees 
to conference report Mar. 4, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Mar. 8, 1965. Approved Mar. 24, 
1965. Public Law. 89-6. 



H.R. 51 (S. 360) (H. Res. 1024).— Indiana Dunes Na- 
tional Lakeshore, establish. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs July 29, 1966: Rept. 1782. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 14, 1966. Pro- 
ceedings vacated, laid on table Oct. 14, 1966. S. 360, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 66. — District of Columbia, parolees, discharge of. 
Reported from District of Columbia Feb. 4, 1965; 
Rept. 16. Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 8, 
1965. Reported in Senate May 7, 1965; District 
of Columbia. Rept. 179. Passed Senate May 11, 
1965. Approved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-24. 



H.R. 70. — Jones, Adam, heirs of. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 22, 1965; Rept. 190. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate July 20, 1965; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 493. Passed Senate Julv 22, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 3. 1965. Private Law 89-25 



H.R. 77 (H. Res. 437). — ^Labor, right-to-work provi- 
sions, repeal. Reported from Education and Labor 
June 22, 1965; Rept. 540. House Calendar. Passed 
House July 28, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 697. 



H.R. 89. — Tocks Island National Recreation Area, 
Pa. and N.J., establish. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs May 20, 1965; Rept. 360. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 
1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 13, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 598. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 13, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-158. 



H.R. 136 (S. 1912). — Bankruptcy Act, statutory liens. 
Reported from Judiciary July 27, 1965; Rept. 686. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug 2, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 999. 
Reported in Senate May 12, 1966; Judiciary; 
Rept. 1159. Passed Senate, amended June 21, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments June 23, 1966. 
Approved July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-495. 



H.R. 139. — Medals, Poland, 1,000th anniversary of, 
commemorate. Reported from Ranking and Cur- 
rency Oct. 22, 1965; Rept. 1206. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 11, 1966; Banking and Currency; Rept. 1369. 
Passed Senate, amended, July 12, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment July 21, 1966. Ap- 
proved Aug. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-527. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 158. — Federal employees, annuity payments, 
setoff. Reported from Post Office and Civil Service 
Feb. 9, 1965; Rept. 29. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 10, 1965. 



H.R. 168. — Veterans, service connected, increase com- 
pensation for disability. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 782. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 11, 1965; Finance; Rept. 861. 
Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 15, 1965. House con- 
curs in Senate amendments Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 13. 
House disagrees to Senate amendments Nos. 6 and 
11. House concurs, each with an amendment, in 
Senate amendments Nos. 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 12. Oct. 
19, 1965. Senate disagrees to House amendments to 
Senate amendments Nos. 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12. 
Senate insists on its amendments Nos. 5 through 12 
Oct. 20, 1965. Senate asks for a conference Oct. 20, 
1965. House disagrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 21, 1965. House agrees to a conference Oct. 21, 
1965. Conference report filed Oct. 21, 1965. Rept. 
1201. House agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 
1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-311. 

H.R. 197 — Veterans' Administration, contracts with 
medical schools. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
May 10, 1966; Rept. 1499. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 16, 1966. 

H.R. 202. — Veterans' Administration, hospitals, con- 
struction. Reported from Veterans' Affairs June 8, 
1965; Rept. 450. Union Calendar Union 209 



H.R. 203. — Veterans' Administration, research on dis- 
eases, funds for. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Jan. 28, 1965; Rept. 4. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 
1966; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 1610. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 22, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 
2, 1966. PubHc Law 89-705. 

H.R. 205. — Veterans, war orphans educational assist- 
ance, subsistence. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 451. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 14, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 569. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 12, 1965. House disagrees 
to Senate amendments Nos. 1, 2, and 3 and concurs in 
Senate amendment No. 4, Sept. 7, 1965. Senate 
recedes from its amendments Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Sept. 
28, 1965. Approved Sept. 30, 1965. Public Law 
89-222. 

H.R. 206. — Veterans, vocational rehabilitation trainees, 
subsistence. Reported from Veterans' Affairs June 8, 
1965; Rept. 452. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 14, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 566. Passed 
Senate, Aug. 12, 1965. Approved Aug. 26, 1965. 
Public Law 89-137. 

H.R. 208. — Veterans, disabled veterans vocational re- 
habilitation training. Reported from Veterans' Af- 
fairs June 8, 1965; Rept. 453. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 14, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug 10, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 567. 
Passed Senate Aug. 12, 1965. Approved Aug. 26, 
1965. Public Law 89-138. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 214. — Veterans' Administration, mustering-out 
payments, repeal. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Jan. 28, 1965; Rept. 5. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate June 11, 
1965. Armed Services; Rept. 316. Passed Senate 
June 15, 1965. Approved June 24, 1965. Public 
Law 89-50. 



H.R. 225. — Veterans, Presidential memorial certificate 
program. Reported from Veterans' Affairs, May 5, 
1965; Rept. 287. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 13, 1965; Finance; Rept. 431. Passed Senate 
July 15, 1965. Approved July 24, 1965. Public 
Law 89-88. 



H. R. 227. — Veterans, war orphans benefits. Reported 
from Veterans' Affairs June 8, 1965; Rept. 454. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 14, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 568. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 20, 1965. 
House concurs in Senate amendment No. 1. House 
disagrees to Senate amendment No. 2 Oct. 19, 1965. 
Senate recedes from its amendment No. 2 Oct. 20, 
1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-349. 

H.R. 228. — Veterans, service-connected disabled, in- 
crease compensation. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Jan. 28, 1965; Rept. 6. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 2, 1965. 

H.R. 235. — Veterans, Korean veterans, education. 
Reported from Veterans' Affairs June 8, 1965; Rept. 
455. Union Calendar. Passed House June 14, 1965. 



H.R. 237 (S. 34) (H. Res. 398).— Missouri River Basin 
project. Garrison unit, construction provisions. Re- 
ported from Interior and Insular Affairs May 4, 1965; 
Rept. 282. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
16, 1965. Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-108. 

H.R. 242. — Federal employees, temporary summer 
employment, apportionment. Reported from Post 
Office and Civil Service June 15, 1965; Rept. 516. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House 
July 12, 1965. 

H.R. 266. — Armed Forces, travel and transportation 
allowances. Reported from Armed Services Sept. 8, 
1965; Rept. 962. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1692. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 
1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-680. 

H.R. 318. — Taxes, tires, excise tax, time to be imposed. 
Reported from Wavs and Means Sept. 27, 1965; 
Rept 1096. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Oct. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1375. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1966. Approved Aug. 1, 1966. Public 
Law 89-523. 

H.R. 327. — Taxes, nonprofit organizations, tax exemp- 
tion. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 22, 
1965; Rept. 1078. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate Jan. 19, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 945. Passed Senate Jan. 20, 1966. 
Approved Feb. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-352. 



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H.ll. 39G.--I-nn(l actions, public, notify Coiip;rcss. 
Ueportcd from Intorior and Insular AfTairs Mav 12, 
1965; Kept. 'M\. Union (^alondar. I'jussod House 
Juno 7, 1965. 

H.U. 398. — Mineral resources, Colorado, develop. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 16, 
1965; Rcpt. 174. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 399. — Vega Dam and Reservoir, Colo., adjust- 
ments in interests. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs May 28, 1965; Kept. 429. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 7, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Kept. 1541. Passed Senate Aug. 31, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-579. 

H.R. 420. — Armed Forces, male nurses, regular com- 
missions for. Reported from Armed Services Aug. 
9, 1966; Kept. 1823. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1596. Passed Senate 
Sept. 13, 1966. Approved Sept- 30, 1966. Public 
Law 89-609 

H.R. 432. — Federal employees, beneficiaries, designa- 
tion of. Reported from Post Office and Civil Service 
June 10, 1965; Rept. 508. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 21, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1966; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1064. 
Passed Senate Mar. 14, 1966. Approved Mar. 23, 
1966. Public Law 89-373. 

H.R. 459. — Postal service, second-class publications, 
filing of information. Reported from Post Office 
and Civil Service Mar. 18, 1965; Rept. 186. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 483. — Taxes, allowances of marital deductions. 
Reported from Ways and Means May 10, 1966; 
Rept. 1513. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
11, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 13, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1599. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 
15, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments Sept. 
26, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 
89-621. 

H.R. 485 (S. 599) (H. Res. 399).— Auburn-Folsom, 
south unit, California, construction of. Reported 
from Interior and Insular Affairs May 6, 1965; Rept. 
295. Union Calendar. Passed House June 16, 1965. 
In Senate, ordered placed on calendar June 17, 1965. 
Passed Senate Aug. 20, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 
1965. Public Law 89-161. 

H.R. 496.— Huske, W. O., lock and dam. North Caro- 
lina, name for. Reported from Public Works July 
14, 1965; Rept. 615. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 
1965; Public Works; Rept. 642. Passed Senate 
Aug. 26, 1965. Approved Sept. 10, 1965. Public 
Law 89-177. 

H.R. 500 (S. 339).— Agate FossU Beds National 
Monument, Nebr., establish. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs Apr. 12, 1965; Rept. 232. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House May 3, 
1965. Laid on table May 3, 1965. S. 339, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 546. — Wisconsin, Camp McCoy, retrocede high- 
way jurisdiction to. Reported from Armed Services 
June 29, 1965; Rept. 558. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 588. Passed 
Senate Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-144. 



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H.R. 647. — Districtof Columl)ia, deed.sof trust, trustees, 
aj)i)ointment. Reported from Distrit'L of Columbia 
Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 17. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; District of Cohunhia; Rent. 671. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 2, 1965. ilou.sc asks for a 
conference Feb. 16, 1966. Senate agrees to a confer- 
ence Feb. 28, 1966. Conference report filed Oct. 20; 
1966. Rept. 2330; Senate agrees to conference re- 
port Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to conference re- 
port Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-706. 

H.R. 698 (S. Con Res. 113).— Guadalupe Mountains 
National Park, Tex., establish. Reported from In- 
terior and Insular Affairs June 1, 1966; Rept. 1566. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
June 20, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1682. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 7, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 10, 1966. Approved Oct. 
15, 1966. Public Law 89-667. 

H.R. 706 (H. Res. 707). — Railway Labor Act, adjust- 
ment boards, establish. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Oct. 1, 1965; Rept. 1114. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 2, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1201. Passed Senate June 7, 1966. 
Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 89-456. 

H.R. 707 (H. Res. 799) (S. 254) .—Tualatin Federal 
reclamation project, Oregon, construct. Reported 
from Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 15, 1966; 
Rept. 1324. Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
30, 1966 Proceedings vacated, laid on table Mar. 
30, 1966. S. 254, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 720. — Canal Zone, claims. Reported from Mer- 
chant Marine and Fisheries May 3, 1965; Rept. 274. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 10, 1965. 

H.R. 722. — Coast and Geodetic Survey, members of, 
status. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries July 1. 1965; Rept. 576. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 30, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 1547. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 1, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 5, 1966. Approved Oct. 14, 
1966. Public Law 89-657. 

H.R. 724. — Canal Zone, prisoners, transfer of. Re- 
ported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 3, 
1965; Rept. 275. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 30, 1965; 
Armed Services; Rept. 799. Passed Senate Oct. 1, 
1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-267. 

H.R. 725. — Waters, navigable, obstructions, marking 
of. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
July 1, 1965; Rept. 577. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 7, 
1965; Commerce; Rept. 688. Passed Senate Sept. 
9, 1965. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. Public Law 
89-191. 

H.R. 727. — Coast Guard, Band, administration of. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
July 1, 1965: Rept. 578. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 7, 
1965; Commerce; Rept. 689. Passed Senate Sept. 
9, 1965. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. Public Law 
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H.R. 728 (S. 2069). — Vessels, exchange provisions, 
extend. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries July 7, 1965; Rept. 597. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 26, 1965. Senate asks for a conference 
Aug. 26, 1965. House agrees to a conference Aug. 31, 
1965. Conference report field Sept. 23, 1965; Rept. 
1085. House agrees to conference report Sept. 24, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Sept. 28, 
1965. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. Public Law 89-254. 

H.R. 729. — Vessels, redefine term "obsolete vessel." 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
July 7, 1965; Rept. 598. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 12, 1965. 

H.R. 790. — Dosh, R. N. B., lock, Florida, name for. 
Reported from Public Works July 14, 1965; Rept. 616. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Public Works; 
Rept. 1542. Passed Senate Aug. 31, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-581. 

H.R. 797. — Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Rec- 
reation Area, Calif., establish. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs June 21, 1965; Rept. 535. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House 
July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 922. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-336. 

H.R. 806 (S. 1129).— Textile Fiber Products Identifica- 
tion Act, listing of labels. Reported from Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, May 10, 1965; Rept. 
328. House Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1965. 
Passed Senate May 26, 1965. Approved June 5, 

1965. Public Law 89-35. 

H.R. 821. — North Carolina, Kure Beach, relief. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Feb. 23, 1965; Rept. 55. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
204. Passed Senate, amended, May 24, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments May 27, 1965. 
Approved June 12, 1965. Public Law 89-38. 

H.R. 824 (S. 307) (H. Res. 306).— Compacts, taxation 
on motor fuels. Reported from Judiciary Feb. 24, 
1965; Rept. 102. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Mar. 29, 1965. Proceedings vacated and S. 307, as 
amended, passed in lieu and H.R. 824 laid on table 
Mar. 29, 1965. 

H.R. 825. — "Cooly trade" laws, repeal of. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2039. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 19, 1966. 

H.R. 872. — Indians, crimes, carnal knowledge and rape. 
Reported from Judiciary Aug. 3, 1965; Rept. 721. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1770. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 

1966. Public Law 89-707. 

H.R. 881. — Alibates Flint Quarries and Texas Pan- 
handle Pueblo Culture National Monument, establish. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 10, 
1965; Rept. 148. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 581. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 16, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 
31, 1965. Public Law 89-154. 



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H.R. 903.— Kings Canyon National Park, Cahf., add 
lands. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 384. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 7, 1965. Reported in Senate July 21, 
1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 499. Passed 
Senate July 23, 1965. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. 
Public Law 89-111. 



H.R. 908 (S. 60).— Nez Perce National Historical Park. 
Idaho, designation. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 238. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House May 3, 
1965. Laid on table May 3, 1965. S. 60, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 947. — District of Columbia, motor vehicles, 
collisions, reports to police. Reported from District 
of Columbia Feb. 4, 1965; Rept 18. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Feb. 8, 1965. 



H.R. 948. — District of Columbia, divorce and marriage, 
revise laws. Reported from District of Columbia 
Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 24. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 23, 
1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 638. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 25, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendment No. 1 and disagrees to Senate 
amendments Nos. 2 and 3 Sept. 2, 1965. Senate 
recedes from its amendments Nos. 2 and 3, Sept. 14, 
1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-217. 



H.R. 959. — District of Columbia, fidelity companies 
stock requirements. Reported from District of Co- 
lumbia Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. 733. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 4, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1097. 
Passed Senate Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Public Law 89-399. 



H.R. 969. — Federal employees, annuities, correct in- 
equities. Reported from Post OflSce and Civil Serv- 
ice Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1035. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 14, 1966; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 
1069. Passed Senate Mar. 17, 1966. Approved 
Mar. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-378. 



H.R. 980. — Postal service, obscene mail return. Re- 
ported from Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 1, 
1965; Rept. 219. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 1007.— District of Columbia, attachment, ex- 
emptions of. Reported from District of Columbia 
Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 25. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 1035. — Bagpipes, free importation. Reported 
from Ways and Means Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1872. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 



H.R. 1044. — Virginia, Norfolk, land transfer. Re- 
ported from Armed Services June 29, 1965; Rept. 563. 
Union Calendar. Passed House July 12, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 582. Passed Senate Aug. 30, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 11, 1965. Public Law 89-179 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 1064. — District of Coluinbin, canine corp.s, 
expand program, lleportf'd from District of Colum- 
bia Feb. 4, 190;"); Kept. 1!). Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. S, 1905. 

H.R. 1005. — District of Columbia, sales tax, majority 
and minority rooms, House of Representatives, 
exempt. Reported from District of Columbia 
Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 20. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. S, 1965. 

H.R. 1066. — District of Columbia, judges, retirement 
salaries increased. Reported from District of Colum- 
bia Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 21. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 8, 1965. Reported Aug. 25, 1966 ; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 1528. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 29, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Sept. 7, 1966. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. 
Public Law 89-587. 

H.R. nil (S. 21) (H. Res. 309).— Water Resources 
Planning Act. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs, Mar. 15, 1965; Rept. 169. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 31, 1965. Laid on table Mar 31, 
1965. S. 21, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 1153 (H. Res. 482). — Labor, Labor-Management 
Relations Act, joint labor-management programs. 
Reported from Education and Labor, May 5, 1965; 
Rept. 291. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
10, 1965. 



H.R. 1217.— Oberdorfer, Capt. P. W. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 74. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 452. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved July 30. 1965. Private Law 
89-17. 



H.R. 1218.— Holt, T. W., & Co., relief. Reported 
from Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 75. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 820. Passed 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-191. 



H.R. 1221. — -Going, B. H. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 659. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 732. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 

1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-122. 

H.R. 1224.— Janis, F. et al. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 76. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 1227. — Erenyi G. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1947. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. 

H.R. 1231. — Mangano, M. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 296. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. 

H.R. 1233.— Woo, L. C. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1369. Private Calendar. 
Passed Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1257. Passed Senate June 13, 

1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Private Law 89-256. 



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H.R. 1236. 
ciary May 6, 1965; Rept. 297. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 397. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Approved July 16, 1965. Private 
Law 89-11. 

H.R. 1240. — Engle, H. C. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1060. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1321. Passed Senate 
June 27, 1966. Approved July 8, 1966. Private 
Law 89-261. 

H.R. 1256.— McNabb, V. O. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1423. Private Calendar. Ob- 
jected to and recommitted June 7, 1966. 

H.R. 1269. — Hunter, H. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 2003. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1847. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-367. 

H.R. 1274.— Williams, Mrs. M. M. Reported from 
Judiciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 463. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 21, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 760. Passed Senate 
Sept. 28, 1965. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. Private 
Law 89-130. 

H.R. 1275. — Lapides, Mrs. J. Reported from 
Judiciary Apr. 28, 1966; Rept. 1455. Private 
Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1966. 

H.R. 1291. — Dombrowski, Mrs. E. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 77. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 4, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 591. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-52. 

H.R. 1306. — Negrin, L. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 298. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 398. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Approved July 16, 1965. Private 
Law 89-12. 

H.R. 1309. — Berger, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 78. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 1311. — McDevitt, J. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 937. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 821. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-150. 

H.R. 1314.- — Gushard, F. M. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 299. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 439. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved Aug. 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-23. 

H.R. 1317. — Spectrometer for Stanford University, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept, 
20, 1965; Rept. 1027. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 896. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 
1965. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 
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H.R. 1319. — Durante, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 9, 1965; Kept. 760. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 822. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private 
Law 89-147. 

H.R. 1322. — Rainforth, Mrs. A. C. Reported from 
Judiciary May 6, 1965; Rept. 300. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 440. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved Aug. 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-24. 

H.R. 1328.^ — Humes, G. D. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1710. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1786. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-368. 

H.R. 1333.— Shirley, Mrs. W. S. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2130. Private 
Calendar Private 599 

H.R. 1336. — Heimann, R. H. Reported from Judi- 
ciary May 10, 1966; Rept. 1514. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 19, 1966. 

H.R. 1356. — Gristede, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 79. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 26, 1965. 

H.R. 1362. — Hay, Mrs. C. C. Reported from Judi- 
ciarv June 8, 1965; Rept. 464. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 1374.— Comer, WO E. R. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 80. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 4, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 453. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 
89-18. 

H.R. 1380. — Iline, Mrs. N. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 81. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 

H.R. 1381. — Busoni, R. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 82. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 1384. Zissu, T. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 83. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 696. Passed Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965. Vetoed Oct. 20, 1965. 

H.R. 1386. — Spectrometer for Pomona College, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 20, 
1965; Rept. 1028. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; 
Finance; Rept. 897. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-172. 

H.R. 1388.— Caldwell, Maj. R. D. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1983. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1787. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-369. 

H.R. 1389. — Vetrone, Lt. Col., P. L. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 2, 1965; Rept 949. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 1392. — Gabbay, A. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 465. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Julv 20, 1965. 



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H.R. 1393.— HefFernan, Mrs. M. E. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 825. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 889. 
Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 
1965. Private Law 89-178. 

H.R. 1395. — McCafferty, I. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 660. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 716. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-111. 

H.R. 1402. — Barahona, Dr. J. R. Reported from 
Judiciary June 9, 1965; Rept. 484. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 658. Passed 
Senate Sept. 2, 1965. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. 
Private Law 89-74. 

H.R. 1404.— Edler, Dr. G. H. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2131. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H.R. 1407. — ^Russo, L. Reported from Judiciary 
May 10, 1966; Rept. 1515. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1388. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-268. 

H.R. 1409. — Hann, L. W. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965: Rept. 914. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 823. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 28, 1965. Private 
Law 89-161. 

H.R. 1414. — Temel, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1377. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 3, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1387. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-269. 

H.R. 1415. — Luciforo, Mrs. G. R. Reported from 
Judiciary June 9, 1965; Rept. 489. Private Calen- 
dar. Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 

H.R. 1443.— GilfiUan, Mrs. 0. B. B. Reported from 
Judiciary May 6, 1965; Rept. 301. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 659. Passed Senate 
Sept. 2, 1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private 
Law 89-65. 

H.R. 1445. — Marowitz, C. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 116. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 

H.R. 1453. — Jefferson Construction Co., relief. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 101. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
230. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. Approved 
June 5, 1965. Private Law 89-4. 

H.R. 1473.— Amason, E. V. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 389. Private Cal- 
endar. Objected to and recommitted Aug. 17, 1965. 

H R. 1475. — Veselenak, Mrs. H. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 84. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 4, 1965. 



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H.H. 1481.— MolTott, O. C. lloporlod from Jiulic-iarv 
May 27, U)C5; Uopt. :590. Private CaliMidar. 
Piissod lluiiso .luno 15, 1!)G5. HoporkMl in Soiinto 
Aug. 10, 190"); Jiuliciiiry; Rc>pt. C04. Passod Senate 
Aug. 18, 1965. .\pproved Sept. 1, lOO.'i. Private 
Law S1)-G0. 

11. H. 1483. — Holand, J. \ ., ("oustruction Co., relief. 
Koported from Judiciary Mav <), 1<>66; Hept. 1489. 
Private Calendar. Passed House .May 17, 1900. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 1900; Judiciary; lU'pt. 
1501. Passed Senate Aug. 20, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 10, 1960. Private Law 89-291. 

II.U. 1484. — Ilacknev, Mrs. L. Hcported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 2, 1905; Rept 951. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1905. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1900; Judiciary; Rept. 1028. Passed Senate 
-Mar. 4, 1900. Approved Mar. 14, 1906. Private 
Law 89-220. 

H.R. 1487.— Coykendall, .Maj. K. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 85. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 0, 1905. Reported in Senate 
Julv 15, 1905; Judiciary; Rept. 441. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved Julv 30, 1905. Private Law 
89-19. 

H.R. 1496. — Zinc, disposal of. Reported from Armed 
Services Feb. 18, 1905; Rept. 54. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 23, 1905. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 121. Passed 
Senate, amended. Mar. 11, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Alar. 23, 1965. Approved 
Apr. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-9. 

H.R. 1535. — Federal employees, hazardous duty pay. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 9, 
1965; Rept. 31. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate June 21, 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1294. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 24, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments June 29, 1966. Approved Julv 
19, 1960. Public Law 89-512. 

H.R. 1582. — California, property conveyed. Reported 
from Alerchant Alarine and Fisheries Sept. 29, 1905; 
Rept. 1098. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 12, 1965; Commerce; 
Rept. 863. Passed Senate June 22, 1960. Approved 
July 4, 1960. Public Law 89-489. 

H.R. 1009.— Lee, Mrs. A. F. W. Reported from 
Judiciary June 8, 1905; Rept. 466. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 1627. — Ricupero, E. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 462. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 20, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 660. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1905. Private Law 
89-60. 

H.R. 1038. — Kayahara, U. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 467. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 1044. — Gann, Lt. R. B. Reported from Judiciary 
July 21, 1965; Rept. 635. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 824. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 29, 1905. Private 
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H.R. 1017. Federal employees, Hack Pay Act of 1965. 
Reported from Post Odice and (Jivil Service l''ob. 9, 
1965; Rept. 32. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 10, 1905. Reported in Senate .Mar. 10, 1906; 
Post Office; and Civil Service; Rept. 1002. Passed 
S(>nate, amended, Mar. 14, 1900. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Alar. 21, 196(). Aj)j)roved Mar. 
30, 1900. Public Law 89-380. 

H.R. 1658. — Lead, disposal of. Reported from Armed 
Services Feb. 18, 1965; Rept. 53. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 23, 1965. 

H.R. 1665. — Courts, Court of Claims, jurisdiction of 
claims. Reported from Judiciary May 6, 1965; Rept. 
306. House Calendar. Passed House Alay 17, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 1966; Judiciary; 
Rept. 1643. Pas.sed Senate, amended, Sept. 20, 1900. 
House agrees to S<'nat<; amc^ndments with an amend- 
ment Oct. 11, 1906. Senate agrees to House amend- 
ment to Senate amendments Oct. 12, 1966. Ap- 
proved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-081. 

H.R. 1099. — -District of Columbia, podiatry, regulate. 
Reported from District of Columbia Feb. 4, 1905; 
Rept. 22. Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 8, 
1965. 

H.R. 1700. — District of Columbia, training school, 

admission of patients. Reported from District of 

Columbia Feb. 4, 1905; Rept. 23. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 1732. — Federal employees, Government Printing 
Office, evacuation pay and allotment, extend to. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Alay 20, 
1965; Rept. 301. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 7, 1905. Reported in Senate June 9, 1905; Post 
Office and Civil Service; Rept. 308. Passed Senate 
June 11, 1965. Approved June 24, 1965. Public 
Law 89-47. 

H.R. 1746. — Federal employees, "child", definition of. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 9, 
1965; Rept. 33. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Alar. 14, 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1070. Passed 
Senate, amended. Alar. 17, 1960. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Apr. 19, 1900. .\pprovcd Apr. 
25, 1906. Public Law 89-407. 

H.R. 1748. — Immigration and Nationality Act, amend 
sec. 215, travel by American citizens, regulate. 
Reported from Judiciary Oct. 4, 1966; Rept. 2183. 
Union Calendar Union 965 

H.R. 1763. — Courts, witnesses, fees of. Reported 
from Judiciary Feb. 23, 1965; Rept. 56. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 615. Passed 
Senate Aug. 18, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. 
Public Law 89-102. 

H.R. 1771. — Postal service, postmasters, 5-day week. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Alay 0, 
1905; Rept. 294. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House June 7, 1905. Reported in 
Senate Julv 20, 1905; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 514." Passed Senate Julv 28, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-116. 

H.R. 1778. — District of Columbia, buildings, insanitary, 
condemnation of. Reported from District of Co- 
lumbia Aug. 5, 1905; Rept. 734. Union Calendar. 
Passed House .\ug. 9, 1905. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 28, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 784. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 1965. House agrees 
to Senate amendments Oct. 21, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-326 



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H.R. 1781. — Courts, district courts, to be held at 
Clinton, N.C. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 22, 
1965; Rept. 1071. Union Calendar". Passed House 
Oct. 5, 1965; Reported in Senate Oct. 15 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 891. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-319. 

H.R. 1782. — Federal employees, administrative ex- 
penses. Reported from Post Oflfice and Civil Service 
Feb. 9, 1965; Rept. 34. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate June 9, 
1965; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 307. 
Passed Senate June 11, 1965. Approved June 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-45. 

H.R. 1784 (S. 251) (H. Res. 731).— Cape Lookout 
National Seashore, N.C, establish. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Feb. 11, 1966; Rept. 1278. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. 
Proceedings vacated, laid on table Feb. 16, 1966. 
S. 251, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 1791 (S. 265).— Utah, lands, Great Salt Lake, 
confirm title. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Mar. 15, 1966; Rept. 1327. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Pro- 
ceedings vacated, laid on table Apr. 4, 1966. S. 265, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 1805. — ^Armed Forces, Marine Corps Reserve, 
promotion authority. Reported from Armed Serv- 
ices July 28, 1965; Rept. 690. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 808. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 1, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 7, 1965. Approved Oct. 
20, 1965. Public Law 89-275. 

H.R. 1820.— Gordon, W. E. Reported from Judiciary 
June 9, 1965; Rept. 490. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 661. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 
89-67. 

H.R. 1821.- — Adler, L. Reported from Judiciary June 8, 
1965; Rept. 468. Private Calendar. Objected to 
and recommitted Sept. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 1822. — Jung, W. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1370. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1496. Passed 
Senate Aug. 26, 1966. Approved Sept. 8, 1966. 
Private Law 89-289. 

H.R. 1836. — Agganis, C. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 862. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 826. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-151. 

H.R. 1853. — Delina, G. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 302. Private Calendar. Passed 
House June 1, 1965. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judicially; Rept. 442. In Senate, recommitted 
Aug. 17, 1965. 

H.R. 1867.— Miles, D. W. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 119. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 260. Passed Senate 
June 1, 1965. Vetoed June 14, 1965. 



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H.R. 1870. — Morhauser, E. G. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept 86. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 231. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Approved June 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-2. 



H.R. 1871. — Del Baglivo, A. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 469. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 



H.R. 1873. — Werner, E. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 470. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 1889. — Marks, A. Reported from Judiciary May 6, 
1965; Rept. 303. Private Calendar. Passed House 
June 1, 1965. Reported in Senate July 15, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 443. Passed Senate July 19, 1965. 
Approved July 30, 1965. Private Law 89-20. 



H.R. 1890.— Buckley, M. P. Reported from Judiciarv 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1984. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 



H.R. 1892.— Smith, Sgt. R. G. Reported from 
Judiciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 661. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 694. Passed 
Senate Sept. 10, 1965. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. 
Private Law 89-101. 



H.R. 1903.— Simmons, Mrs. S. Y. and J. R. Reported 
from Judiciary Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1260. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Apr. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1115. 
Passed Senate Apr. 21, 1966. Approved May 4, 
1966. Private Law 89-242. 



H.R. 1908.— Hill, C. Reported from Judiciary May 6, 
1965; Rept. 304. Private Calendar. Passed House 
June 1, 1965. Reported in Senate July 20, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 471. Passed Senate, amended, 
.July 22, 1965. 



H.R. 1918. — Ciardiello, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 863. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1029. Passed Senate, 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-222. 



H R. 1931. — Porzsc, A. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 921. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 



H.R. 1942. — Eaves, Mrs. H. Reported from Judi- 
ciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 471. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 1944. — Minutillo, R. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2132. Private Calendar. 

.._ Private 601 



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II. H. 1945.— Stein, Mrs. K., .t :il, 
Judiciary July 1'.), liKiG; Kept. 1711. I'rivule Cal- 
endar. Objected to and rocoMunit ted Oct. 11, I'JGC). 



{ept 
P 



II. U. 1987.— Nicklev, N. M. Reported from Judiciary 
May G, 19Gr): " Kept. 300. Private Calendar. 
Passed llouse May 18, 19G5. Reported in Senate 
Julv 20, lOGf): Judieiarv; Rept. ■I7G. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. .\pproved Aug. 3, 1965. Private 
Law S9-2G. 



H.R. 19S9. — Glowacka, K. Reported from Judiciary 
May G, 1965; Rept. 312. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Julv 20, 1965; Judieiarv; Rept. 477. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. .\pproved Aug. 4, 1965. Private 
Law 89-31. 



H.R. 2005. — Seborg, Miss. G. Reported from Judiciary 
A\ig. 9, 1965: Ri'i)t. 7G1. Private Calendar. Passed 
House .Vug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judieiarv; Rept. 825. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 
89-152. 



H.R. 2012.— Liu, Dr. L D. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 313. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mav IS, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judieiarv; Rept. 478. Passed Senate 
Julv 22, 1965. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private 
Law 89-27. 



H.R. 2016. — Loader, \., et al. Reported from Judici- 
ary Julv 19, 1966; Rept. 1712. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 



H.R. 2020 (S. 32) (H. Res. 597).— Nevada, southern, 
water project, construct. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1011. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 1965. Proceedings 
vacated. Laid on table Oct. 7, 1965. S. 32, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 2035. — Postal service, cost of living adjustments 
in star routes. Reported from Post Office and Civil 
Service June 23, 1965: Rept. 543. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Julv 12, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate June 21, 1966; Post Office and Civil 
Service; Rept. 1290. Passed Senate, amended, June 
23, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
June 29, 1966. Vetoed July 19, 1966. 



H.R. 2071 (S. 20).— Assateaguc National Seashore, 
Md. and Va. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 893. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Sept. 7, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 7, 1965. 
S. 20, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 2091 (H. Res. 520).— National Park Service areas, 
concession policies. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs July 7, 1965; Rept. 591. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 14, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 22, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 765. Passed Senate Sept. 23, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-249. 



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H.R. 2129. -Rossi, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, I9GG; Rept. 1948. Privut(! Calendar. 
Passed Ilousi- Sept. 20, 19G6. Rcjportcd in Senate 
Oct. 20, 19GG; Judiciary; Rept. 1882. Pas.sed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Ai)proved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-370. 

H.R. 2139.— Reyes, Mrs. M. Rejjorted from Judi- 
ciary Mar. 2, 1965: Rept. 120. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Re|)ortcd in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 232. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Approved June 7, 1965. Private 
Law 89-6. 

H.R. 2146. — Georgaras, D. K. Reported from Judici- 
ary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1713. Private Calendar. 
Private 432 

H.R. 2155. — ^Reskin, Mrs. G. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 87. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 4, 1965. 

H.R. 2166. — Staiman Brothers-Simon Wrecking Co., 
relief. Reported from Judiciary ^lar. 2, 1965; Rept. 
121. Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
302. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. Vetoed June 
26, 1965. 

H.R. 2176. — North Carolina, Dare County, land, convey 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 22, 
1965; Rept. 191. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate June 14, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 322. Passed 
Senate Aug. 11, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-146. 

H.R. 2208. — Scioto River flood control project, Ohio, 
modify. Reported from Public Works Feb. 16, 1965; 
Rept. 46. Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 1, 
1965. 

H.R. 2263.— Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act of 
1965. Reported fi'om Education and LaVjor May 27, 
1965; Rept. 381. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House June 21, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 6, 1965. Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 543. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 11, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Aug. 26, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 10, 1965. Public Law 89-178. 

H.R. 2266.— Texas, United States Ordnance Plant 
explosion, claims. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 25, 
1966; Rept. 1897. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 3, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1788. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-757. 

H. R. 2270.— Moapa Valley Water Co., relief. Reported 
from Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1424. Private 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1267. 
Passed Senate, amended, June 13, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Aug. 29, 1966. Ap- 
proved Sept. 12, 1966. Private Law S9-292. 

H.R. 2277.— St. Laurent, L. S. E. Reported from 
Judiciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 472. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 2285.— Carson, Mrs. C. C. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 776. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judieiarv; Rept. 827. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. 
Private Law 89-153. 



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H.R. 2290.— Schulz, C. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Kept. 1371. Private Calendar, 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1256. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 21, 1966. Private 
Law 89-247. 



H.R. 2299.— Yates, R. L. et al. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 88. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 261. Passed Senate 
May 27, 1965. Approved June 14, 1965. Private 
Law 89-7. 



H.R. 2303. — Carlin, E. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1062. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1965; Judiciary, Rept. 908. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private 
Law 89-206. 

H.R. 2305. — Lazaro, Z. Z. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 314. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 486. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 22, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-86. 

H.R. 2349.— Ward, R. D. Reported from Judiciary 
Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1138. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1560. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-296. 

H.R. 2351.— Valdez, T. C. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 315. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 479. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Private 
Law 89-32. 

H.R. 2354.— Chatelain, W. L. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 89. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 233. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Approved June 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-3. 

H.R. 2358. — Boone, T. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 762. Private C^alendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 21, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 761. Passed Senate Sept. 23, 
1965. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Private Law 89-129. 



H.R. 2360. — Perez, Dr. A. R. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 316. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 480. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Private 
Law 89-33. 



H.R. 2362 (H. Res. 285).— Elementary and Secondary 
Education Act of 1965. Reported from Education 
and Labor Mar. 8, 1965; Rept. 143. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 6, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 146. 
Passed Senate Apr. 9, 1965. Approved Apr. 11, 1965. 
Public Law 89-10. 



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H.R. 2414. — Oregon, Roseburg, land transfer. Re- 
ported from Veterans' Affairs, May 5, 1965; Rept. 288. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House 
May 17, 1965 Reported in Senate Sept. 17, 1965; 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 754. Passed Senate 
Sept. 21, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Public 
Law 89-228. 



H.R. 2450. — Armed Forces, retirement in iiighest 
grade. Reported from Armed Services July 11, 
1966; Rept. 1687. Union Calendar. Passed House 
July 18, 1966. 



H.R. 2452. — Federal employees. Agriculture, facilitate 
employment of personnel. Reported frem Post 
Office and Civil Service May 25, 1965; Rept. 375. 
Union Calendar Union 181 



H.R. 2499. — Ocampo, R. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 317. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 481. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private 
Law 89-28. 



H.R. 2551.— Freitas, B. F. Reported from Judi- 
ciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 473. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 2557. — ^Simms, F. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 915. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 828. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-154. 



H.R. 2565. — Spectrometer for University of Chicago, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 
20, 1965; Rept. 1036. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 898. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 
1965. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 
89-199. 



H.R. 2570. — Liang, M. K. C. Reported from Judi- 
ciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 474. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 2571. — DeSocio, R. S., Jr. Reported from Judi- 
ciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 662. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 884. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 19, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Private Law 89-207. 



H.R. 2578. — Rupert, M. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 911. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 888. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private 
Law 89-173. 



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nOUSE BILLS— Continued 

WAX. 2580 (11. Res. 533). — Immigration and Nation- 
ality Act, quota. Kcportod from Judiciary Aug. 6, 
19G5; Kept. 745. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 25, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 19()5; 
Judiciary; Rept. 748. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 22, 1005. Senate asks for a conference Sept. 
22, 1965. House agrees to a conference Sept. 29, 
1965. Conference report tiled Sept. 29, 1965. Rept. 
1101. House agrees to conference report Sept. :K), 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Sept. 30, 

1965. Approved Oct. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-236. 

H.R. 2594. — Postal service, retirement provisions. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 9, 
1965; Rept. 35. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Apr 9, 1965; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 158. Passed 
Senate Apr. 13, 1965. Approved Mav 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-17. 

H.R. 2600. — Ansley Wilcox House (N.Y.), preserve as 
historical site. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Oct. 22, 1965; Rept. 1205. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
1731. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 17, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 18, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-708. 

H.R. 2623 (S. 489).— San Juan Island (Pig War) 
National Historical Park, Wash., establish. Re- 
ported from Interior and Insular Affairs June 27, 
1966; Rept. 1665. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Julv 18, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table July 18, 1966. S. 489, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 2627. — Navy, employees, relief of certain. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1072. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1030, 
Passed Senate Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 

1966. Public Law 89-370. 

H.R. 2653. — Courts, District Court to be held at New 
London, Conn. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 22, 
1965; Rept. 1073. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1506. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-558. 

H.R. 2656. — Veterans' Administration, flags furnished 
by, size. Reported from Veterans' Affairs June 8, 
1965; Rept. 456. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 14, 1965. 

H.R. 2671.— Campbell, Capt. L. N. Reported from 
Judiciary July 25, 1966; Rept. 1767. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. 

H.R. 2678. — Kim, J. Y. Reported from Judiciary 
June 10, 1965; Rept. 502. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 662. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 
89-68. 

H.R. 2681. — Shapiro, S. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 90. Private Calendar. Passed 
House May 4, 1965. Reported in Senate July 21, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1397. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 25, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Aug. 29, 1966. Approved Sept. 9, 1966. 
Private Law 89-290. 



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H.R. 2691.— Halkia.s, I. A. Reported from Judi- 
ciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 475. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 2694. — Allen, J. Rc])ortc(l from Judiciary Aug. 
3, 1<)()5; Rei)t. 717. Private Calendar. "Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 717. Passed Senate Sept. 
17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 
89-115. 

H.R. 2695. — Riach, N. M. Reported from Judiciary 
June 9, 1965; Rept. 491. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 2752. — Fong, K. K. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 864. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1037. Passed Senate, 
amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-234. 



H.R. 2757. — Siagris, M. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 904. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 829. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-155. 

H.R. 2762. — Massimiliani, M. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 905. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 887. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-179. 

H.R. 2768.— Santorelli, E. D. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1053. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. 

H.R. 2772. — Popovic, K. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 763. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 21, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 762. Passed Senate Sept. 23, 
1965. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Private Law 89-128. 

H.R. 2778 (S. 491).— Bighorn Canyon National Recrea- 
tion Area, Wyoming and Montana, establish. Re- 
ported from Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 8, 
1966; Rept. 1819. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Sept. 19, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Sept. 19, 1966. S. 491, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 2829 (H. Res. 800) (S. 490).— Chief Joseph Dam 
project, Manson unit, Chelan division, Washington, 
construct. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Mar. 14, 1966; Rept. 1321. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 30, 1966. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table Mar. 30, 1966. S. 490, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 2853. — Copyright office, increase fees. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 895. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; 
Rept. 814. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved 
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H.R. 2871. — Zytka, D. Reported from Judiciary June 
10, 1965; Kept. 501. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 663. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private Law 
89-69. 



H.R. 2881.— Grabert, G. A. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 122. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 454. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Approved July 30, 1965. Private 
Law 89-21. 

H.R. 2906.— Sheehan, Mrs. L. N. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 865. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 886. Passed 
Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. 
Private Law 89-180. 

H.R. 2913.— Farrell, Lt. T. A. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 391. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Julv 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 482. Passed 
Senate July 22, 1965. Approved July 30, 1965. 
Private Law 89-22. 

H.R. 2914. — Guido, P. I. Reported from Judiciary 
May 9, 1966; Rept. 1490. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 16, 1966. 

H.R. 2924. — Outlet Stores, Inc., relief. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 91. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 

H.R. 2926. — Giannos, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 922. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 733. Passed 
Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 

■ Private Law 89-112. 



H.R. 2933. — ^Sung, K. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 906. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 734. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-113. 



H.R. 2938. — Marianski (Nowakowski), P. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 907. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1038. 
Passed Senate, amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Apr. 5, 1966. Ap- 
proved Apr. 16, 1966, Private Law 89-235. 



H.R. 2939.^ — Verzich, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 908. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1039. Passed Senate, 
amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-236. 



H.R. 2940.— Myriam, Sister (Krzyowska, M.) Re- 
ported from Judiciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 476. Pri- 
vate Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



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H.R. 2983 (S. 702).— Indian, Quinaielt Tribe, judgment 
funds. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
May 3, 1965; Rept. 277. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 17, 1965. Laid on table May 17, 1965. 
S. 702 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 2984 (H. Res. 355).— Health, health research 
facilities, construction. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Apr. 15, 1965; Rept. 247. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 10, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate June 24, 1965; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 367. Passed Senate, amended, June 

28, 1965. House asks for a conference July 15, 1965. 
Senate agrees to a conference July 19, 1965. Con- 
ference report filed July 23, 1965; Rept. 677. Senate 
agrees to conference report July 26, 1965. House 
agrees to conference report July 27, 1965. Ap- 
proved Aug. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-115. 

H.R. 2985 (H. Res. 356).— Health, Community Mental 
Health Centers Act Amendments of 1965. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce Apr. 15, 1965; 
Rept. 248. Union Calendar. Passed House May 4, 
1965. Reported in Senate June 24, 1965; Labor 
and Public Welfare; Rept. 366. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 28, 1965. House asks for a conference 
July 15, 1965. Senate agrees to a conference July 
19, 1965. Conference report filed July 23, 1965; 
Rept. 678. Senate agrees to conference report July 
26, 1965. House agrees to conference report July 27, 
1965. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-105. 

H.R. 2986 (S. 510) (H. Res. 357).— Public Health Serv- 
ice Act, Community Health Services Extension 
Amendments of 1965. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Apr. 15, 1965; Rept. 249. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. 
Laid on table May 3, 1965. S. 510, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 2998 (H. Res. 233).— Arms Control and Dis- 
armament Act, amend. Reported from Foreign 
Affairs Feb. 10, 1965; Rept. 37. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 5, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 73. Passed 
Senate, amended. Mar. 10, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference Mar. 10, 1965. House agrees to a 
conference Mar. 16, 1965. Conference report filed 
Apr. 12, 1965; Rept. 233. House agrees to conference 
report Apr. 13, 1965. Senate agrees to conference 
report May 14, 1965. Approved Mav 27, 1965. 
Public Law No. 89-27. 

H.R. 3013. — Armed Forces, Gold Star lapel buttons, 
provide. Reported from Armed Services June 16, 
1966; Rept. 1633. Union Calendar. Passed House 
July 18, 1966. Reported in Senate July 28, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1418. Passed Senate July 

29, 1966. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 
89-534. 

H.R. 3014 (S. 559) (H. Res. 421).— Cigarettes, labeling. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 449. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 22, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid 
on table June 22, 1965. S. 559, as amended, passed 
in lieu. 

H.R. 3037.— Armed Forces, dependents, deceased, 
transportation. Reported from Armed Services 
June 29, T965; Rept. 557. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug 12, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 586. Passed 
Senate Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
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HOUSE RILLS— Continued 

II .11. 3039.— Armed Forces, pnj-, payment of before end 
of pny period, l^oported from Armed Services July 
27, KUio; Kept. 6SS. Union (^nlendar. Passed House 
Aug. 2, lOGo. Reported in Senate Sept. 2, 1965; 
.\rmod Services; Rept. ()S5. Passed Senate Sept. 7, 
19(55. Approved Sept. 21, 19(55. Public Law 
89-193. 



Il.R. 3041. — Contracts, examination-of-records clause, 
exempt certain. Reported from Armed Services 
July 29, 1965; Rept. 693. Uiuon Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1548. Passed Senate, 
amended, Sept. 1, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Sept. 15, 1966. Approved Sept. 27, 
1966. Public Law 89-607. 



H.R. 3043. — Armed Forces, dependents, evacuation of, 
allowances. Reported from Armed Services Feb. 9, 
1965; Rept. 30. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Apr. 29, 1965; 
Armed Services; Rept. 173. Passed Senate, amended, 
Apr. 30, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
May 11, 1965. Approved May 22, 1965. Public 
Law 89-26. 



H.R. 3044 (H. Res. 307). — Armed Forces, aircraft 
carriers, hazardous duty pay on. Reported from 
Armed Services; Mar. 15, 1965; Rept. 171. Union 
Calendar. Passed House IMar. 29, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 12, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 594. 
Passed Senate Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Public Law 89-149. 

H.R. 3045. — Armed Forces, decorations, foreign, to 
accept and wear. Reported from Armed Services 
Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 239. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 30, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 800. Passed Senate 
Oct. 1, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 
89-257. 



H.R. 3051. — Vermont Maple Orchards, Inc., relief. 
Reported from Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 100. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
262. Passed Senate May 27, 1965. Approved June 
14, 1965. Private Law 89-8. 

H.R. 3059.— Tejon, Mrs. V. S. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 10, 1966; Rept. 1313. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. 



H.R. 3062.— Ja, S. C. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 1, 
1965; Rept. 923. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; 
Judiciarv; Rept. 735. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-123. 

H.R. 3074. — Stevens, M. L. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 123. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 263. Passed Senate 
May 27, 1965. Approved June 14, 1965. Private 
Law 89-9. 



H.R. 3075. — Smith, B. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965, Rept. 92. Private Calendar. Passed 
House May 4, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 
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H.R. 3076.— Edgar, B. B., estate. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Kept. 93. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House May 4, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 2, 1906; Judiciary; Rept. 1017. Passed 
Senate Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-223. 

H.R. 3078. — Matzke (Delotavo), L. S. Reported from 
Judiciary May 10, 1966; Rept. 1516. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House June 7, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 10, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1454. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 11, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 
16, 1966. Private Law 89-300. 

H.R. 3079.— Ciacco, Mrs. E. B. Reported from Ju- 
diciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 924. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 885. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Private 
Law 89-204. 

H.R. 3082. — Arpacioglugil, Y. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 866. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 3096.— Bentley, N. M. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 94. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 3103. — Evans, J. M. Reported from Judiciary; 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 392. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 

H.R. 3104. — Lundy, C. A., lands conveyed to. Report- 
ed from Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 12, 1966; 
Rept. 2037. Private Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
20, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 7, 1966; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1698. Passed Senate Oct. 
10, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 
89-361. 

H.R. 3111. — Ashley, V. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 95. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 3126. — Spectrometer for University of Washing- 
ington, free entry. Reported from Ways and Means 
Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1029. Private Calendar. 
Passed Ilouse Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 899. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-181. 

H.R. 3128; — lannuzzi, A. Reported from Judiciary 
June 9, 1965; Rept. 485. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 669. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 2, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-103. 

H.R. 3137.— McKoy-Helgerson Co., relief. Reported 
from Judiciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 117. Private 
Calendar. Passed House May 4, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1790. 

H.R. 3140 (S. 596) (H. Res. 586).— Health, heart 
disease, cancer, and stroke, amendments of 1965. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Sept 8, 1965; Rept. 963. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 24, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid 
on table Sept. 24, 1965; S. 596, as amended, passed 
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H.R. 3141 (H. Res. 535).— Health, Health Professions 
Educational Assistance Amendments of 1965. Re- 
ported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce Aug. 
12, 1965; Rept. 781. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 1, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 28, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 789. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 11, 1965. Approved Oct. 
22 1965. Public Law 89-290. 

H.R. 3142 (H. Res. 590) (S. 597).— Medical Library 
Assistance Act of 1965. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1026. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 1, 1965. Pro- 
ceedings vacated. Laid on table Oct. 1, 1965. 
S. 597, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 3157 (H. Res. 578). — Railroad Retirement Act 
spouses' annuities. Reported from Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce May 26, 1965; Rept. 379. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House June 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 25, 1965; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 645 Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 1, 1965. Returned to Senate Sept. 14, 1965 
pursuant to H. Res. 578 (infringement of the privi- 
leges of the House). (See H.R. 10874.) 

H.R. 3165. — Pecos National Monument, N. Mex., 
establish. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Apr. 13, 1965; Rept. 234. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 14, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
321. Passed Senate June 16, 1965. Approved 
June 28, 1965. Public Law 89-54. 

H.R. 3177. — Veterans, widows, increase compensation. 
Reported from Veterans' Affairs May 10, 1966; Rept. 
1500. Union Calendar. Passed House May 16, 1966. 
Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; Finance; Rept. 
1218. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. Approved June 
22, 1966. Public Law 89-466. 

H.R. 3233. — Topakas, E. G. Reported from Judiciary 
May 10. 1966; Rept. 1517. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 21, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1497. Passed 
Senate Aug. 26, 1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. 
Private Law 89-283. 

H.R. 3236. — Shchuchinski, L. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1150. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1031. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-224. 

H.R. 3275.— Perkins, Mrs. M. B. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1714. Private Cal- 
endar Private 433 

H.R. 3288.— Shik, H. T. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 867. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 830. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-156. 

H.R. 3292. — De Corpus, C. A. Reported from Judi- 
ciary June 9, 1965; Rept. 486. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 20, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 664. Passed Senate 
Sept. 2, 1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Private 
Law 89-70. 

H.R. 3313. — ^Armed Forces, officers, career incentives. 
Reported from Armed Services July 11, 1966; Rept. 
1688. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
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H.R. 3314. — District of Columbia, premarital ex- 
aminations, require. Reported from District of 
Columbia Feb. 4, 1965; Rept. 26. House Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 28, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 785. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 1965. House asks 
for a conference Feb. 16, 1966. Senate agrees to a 
conference Feb. 28, 1966. Conference report filed 
Oct. 11, 1966. Rept. 2228. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 12, 1966. House agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 12, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-682. 

H.R. 3320.— Hubbell Trading Post National Historic 
Site, Ariz., establish. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs June 30, 1965; Rept. 566. Union Cal- 
endar. Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 

1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1965. Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 580. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public 
Law 89-148. 

H.R. 3329.— District of Columbia, Youth Councils in 
Civic Affairs, incorporate. Reported from District 
of Columbia July 22, 1965; Rept. 645. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House July 26, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 550. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 12, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Aug. 26, 1965. Vetoed Sept. 10, 
1965. 

H.R. 3337. — de Oyarzabal, Mrs. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 764. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 736. Passed 
Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-124. 

H.R. 3345.— Meneshian, Mrs. M. Reported from 
Judiciary June 10, 1965; Rept. 503. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 3348. — Veterinary Medical Education Act of 

1966, grants. Reported from Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Oct. 1, 1966; Rept. 2167. Union Calen- 
dar. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 12, 1966. Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1714. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 13, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 17, 1966. House disagrees with Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 1 and 2 and concurs in Senate amendment 
No. 3 Oct. 17, 1966. Senate recedes from its amend- 
ments Nos. 1 and 2 Oct. 22, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-709. 

H.R. 3349. — Armed Forces, officers, relief of. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 257. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 892. 
Passed Senate Apr. 1, 1966. Approved Apr. 14, 
1966. Public Law 89-395. 

H.R. 3351 (S. 906). — Vessels, measurement of tonnage. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries Sept. 
14, 1965; Rept. 995. Union Calendar. Laid on 
table Sept. 20, 1965. (See S. 906.) 

H.R. 3413. — Veterans, disability in line of duty. 
Reported from Veterans Affairs Apr. 1, 1965; Rept. 
216. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, passed 
House May 17, 1965. 

H.R. 3415. — Intercoastal Shipping Act, equalize pen- 
alties. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries Mav 10, 1965; Rept. 332. House Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 28. 1965; Commerce; Rept. 374. Passed 
Senate June 30, 1965. Approved July 9, 1965. 
Public Law No. 89-71. 



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n.U. 3420 (S. 04'.)) (II. Res. r)48).— State Technical 
Scrvice.s .\ct, Federal support of, provide. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Coininerce; Aug. 19, 
1965; Rept. 817. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 1, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table 
Sept. 1, 1965. S. 949, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.ll. 3433. — Puerto Rico, land, convey. Reported 
from Interior and Insular Affairs July 1, 1965; Rept. 
579. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 21, 1966; Interior and In- 
sular Affairs; Rept. 1630. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 28, 1966. 

H.R. 3438 (S. 976).— Bankruptcy, t.axes in. Reported 
from Judiciary July 27, 190;'); Rept. 687. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Feb. 1 6, 1 966 ; Finance ; Rept. 998. Rereported 
in Senate May 12, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1158. 
Passed Senate June 21, 1966. Approved July 5, 
1966. Public Law 89-496. 

H.R. 3500.— Boulay, Mrs. E. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1139. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1791. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-371. 

H.R. 3505. — Bowers, B. H. Reported from Judiciary 
June 10, 1965; Rept. 504. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 3515. — Hartmann, M. A. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 868. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 831. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private 
Law 89-148. 

H.R. 3526.— Lazaro, Dr. E. J. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2028. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1883. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-372. 

H.R. 3530.— Martinez v Corpas, Dr. M.A. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2029. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1913. 
Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 21, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Oct. 22, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-373. 

H.R. 3531.— Muniz v Sotolongo, Dr. J. C. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2030. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1884. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-374. 

H.R. 3536. — Lore, G. R. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24. 1965; Rept 96. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 
1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1792. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 
1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-375. 

H.R. 3537. — Carter, A. Reported from Judiciary; 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1063. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1793. 

H.R. 3557. — Levadi, S. S. Reported from Judiciarv 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1715. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 
18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1750. 

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H.R. 3584 (II. Res. 391).— Federal Coal .Mine Safety 
Act Amendments of 1965. Reported from lOduca- 
tion and Labor Mar. 17, 1965; Rejjt. 181. Union 
Calendar. Passed IIous(- .June 1, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 4, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1055. Piissed Senate Mar. 14, 1966. Approved 
Mar. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-376. 

H.R. 3596. — Indians, Skokomish Tribe, judgment 
funds. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
May 3, 1965; Rept. 276. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 
1966. Interior and Insular Affairs, Rept. 1684. 
Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. 
Public Law 89-663. 

H.R. 3606 (H. Res. 801) (S. 22).— Water research 
program, promote. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Mar. 26, 1966; Rept. 1350. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 30, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Mar. 30, 1966. S. 22, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 3625.— Estrada, A. Reported from Judiciary 
May 6, 1965; Rept. 318. Private Calendar. Pa.ssed 
House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 444. Passed Senate July 19, 
1965. Approved July 28, 1965. Private Law 89-16. 

H.R. 3631. — Sinclair, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 28, 1966; Rept. 1456. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. 

H.R. 3634.— Kreiss, CWO E. E. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 97. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 399. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Approved July 16, 1965. Private 
Law 89-13. 

H.R. 3638.— Overton, R. 0. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 98. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 6, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 389. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Approved July 21, 1965; Private Law 
89-14. 

H.R. 3669. — Majka, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 765. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 832. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 

1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-157. 

H.R. 3671.— Restivo, G. (Bellizia, J. A.). Reported 
from Judiciary July 21, 1966; Rept. 1751. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1561. 
Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 14, 

1966. Private Law 89-293. 

H.R. 3684. — Berol, Maj. A. F. Reported from Judi- 
ciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 663. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 692. Passed Senate 
Sept. 10, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-104. 

H.R. 3685. — Harris, R. D. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 99. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 6, 1965. 

H.R. 3689. — de Burgh, J. C. Reported from Judiciarv 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1054. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1829. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Oct. 22, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
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H.R. 3692. — Kuhlman, W. F. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Apr. 7, 1966; Kept. 1425. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1268. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, .1966. Private 
Law 89-248. 

H.R. 3708 (H. Res. 284).— Older Americans Act of 
1965. Reported from Education and Labor Mar. 9, 
1965; Rept. 145. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Mar. 31, 1965. Reported in Senate May 26, 1965; 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 247. Passed Sen- 
ate, amended, May 27, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments July 6, 1965. Approved July 14, 1965. 
Public Law 89-73. 

H.R. 3715 (S. 795). — Indians, Lummi Indian Reserva- 
tion, assessing of lands. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 30, 1965; Rept. 890. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Proceedings 
vacated. Laid on table Sept. 7, 1965. S. 795 passed 
in lieu. 

H.R. 3750. — Tinker Air Force Base, relief of certain 
individuals. Reported from Judiciary May 27, 
1965; Rept. 393. Private Calendar. Passed House 
June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 605. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-62. 

H.R. 3756. — Kahriman, J.S. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1949. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1885. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-377. 

H.R. 3758. — Thomas, M. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1065. Private Calendar. 
Passed House February 1, 1966. 

H.R. 3765.— DeSantis, Miss R. B. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 925. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 737. Passed 
Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-116. 

H.R. 3770. — California, Pacific Missile Range etc, relief 
of certain individuals. Reported from Judiciary July 
22, 1965; Rept. 664. Private Calendar. Fa.ssed 
House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 833. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private Law 89-158. 

H.R. 3774. — Olszowa, W. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1375. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1258. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Private 
Law 89-257. 

H.R. 3788. — Bridges, Clinton Bridge Commission, 
revive. Reported from Public Works; July 13, 1965; 
Rept. 611. House Calendar. Passed House July 19, 
1965. Reported in Senate June 24, 1966; Public 
Works; Rept. 1306. Passed Senate June 27, 1966. 
Approved July 8, 1966. Public Law 89-498. 

H.R. 3818 (H. Res. 193) .—Federal Reserve banks, 
reserves against deposits, repeal. Reported from 
Banking and Currency. Feb. 3, 1965; Rept. 14. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 9, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 10, 1965; Banking and Cur- 
rency; Rept. 65. Passed Senate Feb. 18, 1965. Ap- 
proved Mar. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-3. 



HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 3864. — District of Columbia, Merchant Marine 
War Veterans Association, incorporate. Reported 
from District of Columbia Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. 731. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. 

H.R. 3875. — Vastakis, Mrs. P. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1055. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1040. Passed 
Senate, amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 
16, 1966. Private Law 89-237. 

H.R. 3879.— Buillet, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1950. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1886. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-378. 

H.R. 3899. — SheaflFer, C. R., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 2. 1965: Rent. 124. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Mar. I6, 1965. Reported in 
Senate May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 264. Passed 
Senate May 27, 1965. Approved June 5, 1965. 
Private Law 89-5. 

H.R. 3900. — Lee, J. W. Reported from Judiciary 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 394. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 3901.— von Oberndorff, Miss E. Reported from 
Judiciary July 25, 1966; Rept. 1768. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1848. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Pocket vetoed Nov. 14, 1966. 

H.R. 3905. — Kaur, B. D. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1079. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 875. Passed Senate Oct. 
19, 1965. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 
89-200. 

H.R. 3957. — Fort Union Trading Post National His- 
toric Site. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs July 1, 1965; Rept. 580. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 1965. Re- 
posted in Senate June 6, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1208. Passed Senate June 8, 1966. 
Approved June 20, 1966. Public Law 89-458. 

H.R. 3976. — Bridges, Muscatine Bridge Commission, 
authorize bridge across the Mississippi. Reported 
from Public Works, May 5, 1965; Rept. 290. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 24, 1966; Public Works; Rept. 1305. 
Passed Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 8, 
1966. Public Law 89-499. 

H.R. 3989. — Courts, removal petitions. Reported 
from Judiciary Mar. 3, 1965; Rept. 132. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 712. 
Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 
1965. Public Law 89-215. 

H.R. 3990. — Jurors, per diem and subsistence, increase. 
Reported from Judiciary Feb. 23, 1965; Rept. 57. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 616. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-165. 

H.R. 3992. — Courts, transcripts furnished. Reported 
from Judiciary Mar. 3, 1965; Rept. 133. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 617. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 
1965. Public Law 89-167. 



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H.U. 3993. — Cannl Zone, certificates of citizenship. 
Reported from Judiciary Oct. 12, 19(55; Kept. 1155. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 18, 1905. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 19GG; Judiciary; Hept. 
1794. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. .\pproved Nov. 
2, 1966. Public Law 89-710. 

H.R. 3994. — Air Force crash, Wichita, Kans., claims. 
Reported from Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; Kept. 104. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rcpt. 

349. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Approved July 
7, 1965. Public Law 89-65. 

H.R. 3995. — Treasury Department, transfer certain 
functions. Reported from Judiciary Feb. 24, 1965; 
Rept. 103. Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
15, 1965. Reported in Senate May 20, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 234. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. 
Approved June 2, 1965. Public Law 89-30. 

H.R. 3996. — Admiralty claims, settlement of. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Feb. 23, 1965; Rept. 58. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 

350. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Approved July 
7. 1965. Public Law 89-67. 

H.R. 3997. — Courts, recording of proceedings. Re- 
ported from Judiciary May 4, 1965. Rept. 281. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; J\idiciary; Rept. 618. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 

1965. Public Law 89-163. 

H.R. 3998. — Courts, jury commissioners' fees. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Mar. 3, 1965; Rept. 134. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. 

H.R. 3999. — Puerto Rico, tenure of judges. Reported 
from Judiciary Mar. 3, 1965; Rept. 135. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1504. 
Passed Senate Aug. 26, 1966. Approved Sept. 12, 

1966. Public Law 89-571. 

H.R. 4024.— Nelson III, L. H. Reported from Judici- 
ary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept 125. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965: Judiciary; Rept. 592. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private 
Law 89-49. 

H.R. 4025.— O'Donnell, T. J. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 118. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Mar. 16, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 12, 1965: Judiciary; Rept. 595. Passed 
Senate Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Private Law 89-50. 

H.R. 4026.— Sheldon, Lt. Col. P. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 126. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Apr. 6. 1965. 

H.R. 4027.— Richardson, Capt. T. M. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 395. Private Cal- 
endar. Pa-sed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 4028.— Ingram, Capt. R. A. et al. Reported 
from Judiciary May 27, 1965: Rept. 396. Private 
Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 4029.— Mc Roberts, Lt. Col. J. H., et al. Re- 
ported from Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 397. 
Private Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



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II. R. 4032. — DeLuca, ('. A. Reported from Judiciary 
June 10, 1965; Rept. 505. Private Calendar. Ob- 
jected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 



H.R. 4070. — Maanum, D. A. Reported from Judici- 
ary May 27, 1965; Rept. 398. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 



H.R. 4075. — Reagan, J. F., Jr. Reported from Judi- 
ciary ,\pr. 7, 1966; Rcpt. 1426. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1562. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-305. 



H.R. 4077. — Quaintance, J. A. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1716. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1795. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-379. 



H.R. 4078.— Minton, W. L. Reported from Judi- 
ciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 665. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 834. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-159. 



H.R. 4083. — Tusa, Mr. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1372. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1386. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-270. 



H.R. 4088.— Irving M. Sobin Chemical Co., relief. 
Reported from Judiciary Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 127. 
Private Calendar. Pagsed House Mar. 16, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
835. Passed Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1965. Private Law 89-201. 



H.R. 4131. — Neesham, Mrs. P. T. Reported from 
Judiciary May 6, 1965; Rept. 319. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Rept. 483. Passed Senate July 22, 
1965. Approved Aug. 3, 1965. Private Law 89-29. 



H.R. 4137. — Rosciszewski, Dr. J. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 766. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 836. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-163. 



H.R. 4152. — Federal intermediate credit banks, con- 
tinue financing credit associations and other institu- 
tion. Reported from Agriculture Mar. 1, 1965: 
Rept. 114. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 19, 1965; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 630. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 23, 1965.^ House 
agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 17, 1965 
Approved Oct. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-237. 



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H.R. 4170. — Foreign Service Annuity Adjustment Act 
of 1965. Reported from Foreign Affairs June 10, 
1965; Rept. 500. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 19, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 631. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 30, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments, Oct. 20, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-308. 

H.R. 4185 (H. Res. 275).— Patent Office, fees, to fix. 
Reported from Judiciary Mar. 1, 1965; Rept. 113. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 17, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 301. 
Passed Senate, amended, June 15, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments July 12, 1965. Ap- 
proved July 24, 1965. Public Law 89-83. 

H.R. 4194. — Anagnostopoulos, A. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 826. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 837. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. 
Private Law 89-164. 

H.R. 4203. — Edwards, A. G. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 938. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 838. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 27, 1965. Private 
Law 89-160. 

H.R. 4211. — Finocchiaro, Mrs. M. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 926. Private Calen- 
dar. Objected to and recommitted Feb. 1, 1966. 

H.R. 4257 (H. Res. 305) (S. 974) .—Manpower Act of 
1965. Reported from Education and Labor; Mar. 15, 
1965; Rept. 170. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 1, 1965. Laid on table Apr. 1, 1965. S. 974, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4260. — Taxes, corporations, qualify as real estate 
investment trusts. Reported from Ways and Means 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 481. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 17, 1965. 

H.R. 4324.— Cassell, Lt. Col. J. W. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 399. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 4338. — Veterans of Foreign Wars, property rental. 
Reported from District of Columbia Mar. 5, 1965; 
Rept. 142. Private Calendar. Passed House Mar. 8, 
1965. Reported in Senate May 10, 1965; District 
of Columbia; Rept. 185. Passed Senate May 11, 1965. 
Approved May 22, 1965. Private Law 89-1. 

H.R. 4346. — Merchant Marine Act of 1936, construc- 
tion differential subsidies, extend to June 30, 1966. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries Mar. 
31, 1965; Rept. 214. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate July 9, 
1965; Commerce; Rept. 428. Passed Senate Aug. 5, 
1965. Approved Aug. 14, 1965. Public Law 89-127. 

H.R. 4347. — Copyrights, laws, codification of. Report- 
ed from Judiciary Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2237. Union 
Calendar Union 999 

H.R. 4421. — Wyoming, Cheyenne, land transfer. Re- 
ported from Veterans' Affairs May 5, 1965; Rept. 
289. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 21, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 929. 
Passed Senate Oct. 22. 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 
1965. Public Law 89-345. 



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H.R. 4429 (S. 84).— Wyoming, Sweetwater County, 
reimbursement for improvements to land. Reported 
from Agriculture Sept 1, 1966; Rept. 1976. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Oct. 17, 1966. S. 84 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4437.- — Simpson, B. G. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 28, 1966; Rept. 1458. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 7 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1385. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-271. 

H.R. 4443. — Beas, R. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 2, 1965; Rept. 128. Private Calendar. Passed 
House May 4, 1965. 

H.R. 4454. — Feldman, H. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1985. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1996. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1751. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-380. 

H.R. 4457. — Miller, R. L., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1717. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1796. 

H.R. 4458.— Ehas (Daniel), M. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1374. Private 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1966. Reported in 
Senate July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1384. Passed 
Senate July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. 
Private Law 89-272. 

H.R. 4464. — Hadjichristofas, M. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 927. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 839. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-165. 

H.R. 4465. — District of Columbia, "Decedents' Estates 
and Fiduciary Relations," codify. Reported from 
Judiciary Apr. 13, 1965; Rept. 235. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 612. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 18, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Aug. 25, 1965. Approved Sept. 14, 
1965. Public Law 89-183. 

H.R. 4493. — Tariff, metal scrap, suspend duty. Re- 
ported from Ways and Means June 7, 1965; Rept. 
446. Union Calendar. Passed House June 9, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 29, 1965; Finance; Rept. 
379. Passed Senate June 29, 1965. Approved June 
30, 1965. Public Law 89-61. 

H.R. 4497. — Contractors, affidavit with respect to 
payments. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; 
Rept. 1898. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. 

H.R. 4525. — Trade fairs, mobile, continue use of. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
May 12, 1965; Rept. 343. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House May 17, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 29, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 380. 
Passed Senate June 30, 1965. Approved July 7, 
1965. Public Law 89-66. 

H.R. 4526. — Vessels, war risk insurance, extend. Re- 
ported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 13, 
1965; Rept. 346. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House May 17, 1965. Reported in 
Senate July 6, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 422. Passed 
Senate July 14, 1965. Approved July 27, 1965. 
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H.H. 4527 (II. Hc9. 277).— Const (Juivni, fund authori- 
z.ition. Roportcd from Merchant Marino and 
Fisheries Mar. 10, lOG."); Repi. 14«). Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
.\pr. 6, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 148. Passed Senate 
.\pr. 6, 1965. Approved Apr. 20, 1965. Public Law 
89-13. 

II. R. 4528. — Canal Zone, archeological explorations, 
regulate. Reported from Merchant Klarino anci 
Fisheries May 3, 1965; Rept. 278. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 10. 1965. 

H.R. 4582. — Mardessich, B., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary .July 19, 1966; Rept. 1718. Private 
Calender. Objected to and recommitted, Aug. 2, 
1966. 

H.R. 4584. — Holoweckyi, Mrs. A. M. Reported from 
Judiciary Apr. 19, 1966; Rept. 1440. Private 
Calendar. Passed House May .3, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Julv 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1383. Passed 
Senate July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966; 
Private Law 89-273. 

H.R. 4596. — Snelling, M. K. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 666. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 714. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private 
Law 89-117. 

H.R. 4599. — Congregation Emanuel of Denver, stained 
glass, and Saint Ann's Church, Las Vegas, chipped 
colored glass windows, free entry. Reported from 
Ways and Means Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1171. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 1, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Feb. 17, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1005. Passed 
Senate, amended, Feb. 21, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Mar. 30, 1966. Approved 
Apr. 14, 1966. Private Law 89-232. 

H.R. 4602.— Ottaway, Maj. D. W. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 8, 1966; Rept. 1307. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Reported 
in Senate July 21, 1966; .Judiciary; Rept. 1394. 
Passed Senate July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 
1966. Private Law 89-274. 

H.R. 4603.— Henning, Lt. (jg.) H. E. Reported from 
Judiciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 675. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 718. Passed 
Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 5, 1965. 
Private Law 89-127. 

H.R. 4606. — Four River Basins project, Florida, modify. 
Reported from Public Works Feb. 16, 1965; Rept. 47. 
Union Calendar. Passed House, Mar. 1, 1965. 

H.R. 4623 (S. 1135) (H. Res. 326).— Reorganization 
Act of 1949, eliminate expiration date. Reported 
from Government Operations Mar. 17, 1965; Rept. 
184. Union Calendar. Passed House June 3, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table June 3, 1965. 
S. 1135 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4644 (H. Res. 515) (S. 1118).— District of Colum- 
bia, District of Columbia home rule, provide. 
Committee on the District of Columbia discharged 
from consideration pursuant to discharge petition 
No. 5 and H. Res. 515. Passed House Sept. 29, 
1965. Proceedings vacated and S. 1118, as amended, 
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II. R. 46.')3 (S. 1309). -Hank.s, checks by Federal 
agencie.'^, jjormit. Reported from (lovernmcnt ()p<!r- 
ations Aug. 2, 1965; Ri-pt. 703. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Aug. 16, 1965. 
S. 1309 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4665. — Taxes, mining exploration expenditures, 
income tax treatment of. Reported from Ways and 
Means Feb. 1, 1966; Rept. 1237. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 19, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1377. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 29, 1966. House asks for a confer- 
ence Aug. 25, 1966. Senate agrees to a conference 
Aug. 25, 1 966. Conference report filed Aug. 3 1 , 1 966 ; 
Rept. 1925. Senate agrees to conference report 
Aug. 31, 1966. House agrees to conference report 
Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 12, 1966. Public 
Law 89-570. 

H.R. 4671. — Lower Colorado River Basin project, 
authorize. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1849. Union Calen- 
dar Union 849 

H.R. 4714 (H. Res. 325).— National Council on the 
Arts, correct error. Reported from Education and 
Labor Mar. 9, 1965; Rept. 146. (Failed of passage 
under suspension of rules Mar. 1,5, 1965.) Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 29, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 5, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 540. Passed Senate Aug. 6, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 13, 1965. Public Law 89-125. 

H.R. 4719. — Rumley, J. C. Reported from Judiciary 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 400. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 606. Passed Senate 
Aug. 18, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-63. 

H.R. 4743. — Edquid, R. T. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1056. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1041. Passed Senate, 
amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-238. 

H.R. 4750 (H. Res. 498).— Interest Equalization Tax 
Extension Act of 1965. Reported from Ways and 
Means July 7, 1965; Rept. 602. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1965; Finance; Rept. 621. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 24, 1965. Senate asks for a conference 
Aug. 24, 1965. House agrees to a conference Aug. 
26, 1965. Conference report filed Sept. 14, 1965; 
Rept. 988. House agrees to conference report Sept. 
16, 1965. Senate agrees to conference report Sept. 
20, 1965. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-243. 

H.R. 4778 (S. 1570). — Indians, adult vocational educa- 
tion, funds for. Reported from Internal and Insular 
Affairs; Mar. 22, 1965; Rept. 192. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. 
Passed Senate Apr. 9, 1965. Approved Apr. 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-14. 

H.R. 4822 (H. Res. 434) .—District of Columbia, trans- 
portation system for. Reported from District of 
Columbia June 21, 1965; Rept. 536. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Julv 15, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 23, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 
637. Passed Senate Aug. 25, 1965. Approved Sept. 
8, 1965. Public Law 89-173. 



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H.R. 4832. — Spectrometer for St. Louis University, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 
20, 1965; Rept. 1030. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 901. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 

1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 
89-174. 

H.R. 4841 (S. 1684) .— Cogle, B. A., claim. Reported 
from Interior and Insualr Affairs July 18, 1966; Rept. 
1705. Private Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 6, 

1966. S. 1684 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4845 (H. Res. 550). — Automatic data processing 
equipment, furnish. Reported from Government 
Operations; Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 802. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 2, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 22, 1965; Government Operations; 
Rept. 938. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-306. 

H.R. 4851 (S. 602). — Small Reclamation Projects Act, 
scope of, broaden. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 894. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 7, 
1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 7, 
1965. S. 602, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 4861 (S. 1231).— Stover, W. F. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs July 18, 1966; Rept. 1706. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 30, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 1, 1966. Ap- 
proved Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-301. 

H.R. 4905. — Florida, Okaloosa County, convey prop- 
erty. Reported from Armed Services July 28, 1965; 
Rept. 691. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Aug 2, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 5, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 542. Passed 
Senate Aug. 30, 1965. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. 
Public Law 89-180. 



H.R. 4911.— Orend, Lt. Col., J. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 2, 1965; Rept. 950. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 4926.^Perotti, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 928. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Mar. 1, 1966. 

H.R. 4928. — Hoshizaki, C. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 929. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1032. Passed Senate, 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 14, 1966. Private 
Law 89-221. 

H.R. 4995. — Sarwar, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 827. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1033. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-225. 

H.R. 5003. — Latsis, E. G. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 10, 1966,' Rept. 1314. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1259. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Private 
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H.R. 5006. — Almazan, D. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 930. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 876. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Private 
Law 89-202 

H.R. 5007. — Beem, A. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 3, 1966; Rept. 1256. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. 

H.R. 5024. — Armed Forces, claims, settlement. Re- 
ported from Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 382. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 655. 
Passed Senate Sept. 2, 1965. Approved Sept. 15, 
1965. Public Law 89-185. 

H.R. 5026. — Bridges, Burt County Bridge Commission, 
Nebraska and Iowa, refund bonds, authorize to. 
Reported from Public Works Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 
1156. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 18, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; Pubhc 
Works; Rept. 915. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 21, 
1965. House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 22, 
1965. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 89-328. 

H.R. 5034. — Armed Forces, property, lost or abandoned, 
disposition of. Reported from Armed Services June , 
29, 1965; Rept. 560. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug 12, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 587. Passed Senate 
Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public 
Law 89-143. 

H.R. 5041. — Pipelines, safety regulation of. Reported . 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce July 2, 1965; 
Rept. 588. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House July 12, 1965. Passed Senate July 13, 
1965. Approved July 27, 1965. Public Law 89-95. 

H.R. 5075. — Consolidated Farmers Home Administra- 
tion Act of 1961, loan limitation, increase. Reported 
from Agriculture Mar. 1, 1965; Rept. 115. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 15, 
1965. 

H.R. 5121. — -Bradley, J. P. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 667. Private Calendar. Ob- 
jected to and recommitted Sept. 21, 1965. 



H.R. 5147 (H. Res. 771).— Federal employees. Health 
Benefits Act, permit additional health plans. Re- 
ported from Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 23, 
1966; Rept. 1296. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Mar. 30, 1966. 

H.R. 5167. — Veterans' Administration, tort claims, 
settlement of. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 
1965; Rept. 258. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 3, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 840. Passed Senate Oct 13, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-300. 

H.R. 5184.— Oregon, Portland, relief of. Reported 
from Judiciary, Apr. 27, 1965; Rept 260. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 400. 
Passed Senate July 7, 1965. Approved July 16, 1965. 
Public Law 89-76. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Contlniied 

U.K. 5204.— Bellok, J. K. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1905; Uept. 939. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1905. Reported in Senate. 
June 24, 1900: Judiciary; Rept. 1322. Passed Senate 
June 27, 1960. Approved July 8, 1906. Private 
Law 89-202. 

H.R. 5206.— Gorfain, Mrs. R. Reported from Judi- 
ciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 401. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 

11. R. 5209. — Labetic, Mrs. P. Reported from Judiciary 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 477. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 5213.— McKav, W. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1081. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 10, 1960; Judiciary; Rept. 1452. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 11, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 11, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Private Law 89-362. 

H.R. 5217. — Vessel, Little Nancy, coastwise privileges 
for. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
Sept. 23. 1965; Rept. 1087. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 872. Passed Senate 
Oct. 18, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private 
Law 89-192. 

H.R. 5220 (S. 822).— Wire, C. D., land in Wyoming, 
convey to. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs June 30, 1966; Rept. 1081. Private Calendar. 
Laid on table July 19, 1960. (See S. 822.) 

H.R. 5231.^ — Walker, J. R. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1905; Rept. 1057. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1034. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-226. 

H.R. 5241 (H. Res. 392) .—Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission, officer or director, approval of. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce May 10, 1965; 
Rept. 329. House Calendar. Passed House May 27, 
1965. 

H.R. 5242. — Motor carriers, mergers, change basis. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
May 10, 1905; Rept. 330. House Calendar. Passed 
House May 17, 1905. Reported in Senate July 13, 
1905: Commerce; Rept. 432. Passed Senate July 15, 
1965. Approved July 27, 1905. Public Law 89-93 

H.R. 5246. — Interstate Commerce Commission, secu- 
rities, exemption from jurisdiction. Reported from 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce May 10, 1965; 
Rept. 331. House Calendar. Passed House May 17, 
1905. Reported in Senate July 9, 1965; Commerce; 
Rept. 430. Passed Senate Julv 12, 1905. Ap- 
proved July 24, 1905. Public Law 89-86. 

H.R. 5252. — Armed Forces, Air Force, enlisted men, 
relief. Reported from Judiciary May 27, 1965; 
Rept. 383. Union Calendar. Passed House June 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; 
Rept. 738. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-225. 

H.R. 5256 (H. Res. 895). — Armed Forces, career enlisted 
men, credit for Reserve service. Reported from 
Armed Services June 16, 1966; Rept. 1629. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 



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H.R. 5265. — Martin, G. E. Reported from Judiciary 
May 27, 1965; Rejjt. 402. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 5269 (S. 1229) (H. Res. 380).— Federal Water 
Project Recreation Act. Reported from Interior and 
Insular AfTairs Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 254. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 18, 1965. Proceed- 
ing vacated and laid on table May 18, 1965. S. 1229, 
as amended, passed House in lieu. 

H.R. 5280. — Balance of payments, agreements. Re- 
ported from Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 385. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
June 7, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 549. Passed Senate, amended, 
Aug. 12, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendment 
with amendments Aug. 25, 1965. Senate agrees to 
the House amendments to the Senate amendment 
Aug. 26, 1965. Approved Sept. 9, 1965. Public 
Law 89-175. 

H.R. 5283. — Alaska, judicial service in. Reported 
from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 259. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 9, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 305. Passed 
Senate June 30, 1965. Approved July 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-70. 

H.R. 5297. — Armed Forces, retired pay, limit revoca- 
tion of. Reported from Armed Services. July 11, 
1966; Rept. 1689. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House July 18, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 6, 1960; Armed Services; Rept. 1093. 
Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1906. Approved Oct. 14, 1906. 
Public Law 89-652. 

H.R. 5305 (S. 1308).— Currency, unfit, destruction of. 
Reported from Banking and Currency Apr. 26, 1960; 
Rept. 1449. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House May 2, 1906. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table May 2, 1966. S. 1308, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 5306 (H. Res. 401). — Banks, time deposits, inter- 
est on. Reported from Banking and Currency Mav 
11, 1905; Rept. 330. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 10, 1965. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Banking and Currency; Rept. 385. Passed 
Senate July '7, 1965. Approved Julv 21, 1965. 
Public Law 89-79. 

H.R. 5349.— Thomas, Mrs. R. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2133. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 18, 1966. 

H.R. 5374 (H. Res. 276).— Supreme Court, Justices, 
salary increase. Reported from Judiciary Mar. 3, 
1965; Rept. 136. Union Calendar. Failed of pas- 
sage Mar. 17, 1965. 

H.R. 5380. — Indians, Chilocco Tribe, lands in trust. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs June 30, 
1966; Rept. 1682. Union Calendar. Passed House 
July 18, 1900. 

H.R. 5392 (S. 3068).— Indians, Indian Claims Com- 
mission, termination date, extend. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 16, 1966; Rept. 
1854. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. 
In Senate ordered placed on calendar Sept. 7, 1966. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 8, 1966. House asks 
for a conference Sept. 29, 1966. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 5401 (S. 1727) (H. Res. 358) .—Interstate Com- 
merce Act amendments. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Apr. 22, 1965; Rept. 253. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 6, 1965. 
Passed Senate, amended, July 9, 1965. House asks 
for a conference July 13, 1965. Senate agrees to a 
conference July 15, 1965. Conference report filed 
Aug. 18, 1965; Rept. 810. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report Aug. 18, 1965. House agrees to confer- 
ence report Aug. 19, 1965. Approved Sept. 6, 1965. 
Public Law 89-170. 



H.R. 5426. — District of Columbia, marriages, common- 
law, prohibit. Reported from District of Columbia 
June 24, 1966; Rept. 1660. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 27, 1966. 

H.R. 5457.— Hayes, M. del R. de F. L. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 931. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 842. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. 
Private Law 89-140. 

H.R. 5471.^ — ^Olsen, Rev. D. A. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 403. Private 
Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 5493. — Lexington, Mass., flag to be flown in. 
Reported from Judiciary Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1146. 
House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 18, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 918. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 
1965. Public Law 89-335. 

H.R. 5497. — Bankruptcy, notices in. Reported from 
Judiciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 457. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 607. Passed Senate 
Aug. 18, 1965. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public 
Law 89-166. 

H.R. 5505 (H. Res. 272). — Congressional redistricting, 
standards for. Reported from Judiciary Mar. 5, 
1965; Rept. 140. House Calendar. Passed House 
Mar. 16, 1965. 

H.R. 5508. — Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, 
facilitate work of. Reported from Agriculture 
Mar. 26, 1965; Rept. 206. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate July 22, 
1965; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 506. Passed 
Senate July 23, 1965. Approved Aug. 4, 1965. 
Public Law 89-106. 

H.R. 5519. — Armed Forces, dependents, language train- 
ing. Reported from Armed Services July 9, 1965; 
Rept. 607. Union Calendar. Passed House July 19, 
1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1965; Armed 
Services; Rept. 583. Passed Senate, amended, 
Aug. 13, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Aug. 19, 1965. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Public Law 
89-160. 

H.R. 5530. — Ethridge, R. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 800. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1018. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 18, 1966. Private 
Law 89-230. 



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H.R. 5533.— Zwiefelhofer, K. N. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 17, 1966; Rept. 1336. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Reported in 
Senate June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1260. Passed 
Senate June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, 1966. 
Private Law 89-249. 

H.R. 5552. — Glidden, D. B. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1263. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 16, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1513. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 
1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 87- 
284. 

H.R. 5554. — Crabbs, M. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 932. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 841. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 89-141 . 

H.R. 5571 (H. Res. 308). — Armed Forces, submarines, 
hazardous duty pay on. Reported from Armed 
Services Mar. 15, 1965; Rept. 172. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 29, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 1, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 809. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 5, 1965. House agrees to Sen- 
ate amendments Oct. 7, 1965. Approved Oct. 20, 
1965. Public Law 89-278. 

H.R. 5597. — District of Columbia, physicians, liability 
for negligence. Reported from District of Columbia 
Aug. 6, 1965; Rept. 740. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 9, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 28, 
1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 786. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 
8, 1965. Public Law 89-341. 

H.R. 5613. — William Radkovich Co., relief. Reported 
from Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 405. Private 
Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 5622.— Franca, Dr. J. I. M. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966: Rept. 2106. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1887. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-381. 

H.R. 5640. — Courts, jury selection in Federal. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 261. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
May 3. 1965. 

H.R. 5665. — Armed Forces, disbursements to armed 
forces of friendly nations. Reported from Gov- 
ernment Operations Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. 735. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 30, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 801. 
Passed Senate Oct. 1, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. M 
Public Law 89-265. 1 

H.R. 5688. — District of Columbia, crime and criminal 
procedure in. Reported from District of Columbia 
Mar. 17, 1965; Rept. 176. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 22, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 13, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 600. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 31, 1965. House asks 
for a conference Sept. 14, 1965. Senate agrees to a 
conference Sept. 22, 1965. Conference report filed 
Oct. 17, 1966; Rept. 2295. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 17, 1966. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 19, 1966. Pocket vetoed Nov. 13, 1966. 



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UOUSB BILLS— Continued 

II. R. 570'2. — National Conunission on Food Marketing, 
extension of. Hoportcd from .\Kriculturc Mar. 26, 
1965; Ropt. 207. Ui\ion Calendar. Hulos suspended. 
Passed IIou.se Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 30, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 174. Passed 
Senate May 3, 1965. Approved May 15, 1965. 
Public Law 89-20. 

H.R. 5721 (H. Res. 280).— Agricultural Adjustment 
Act of 1938, tobacco acreage-poundage marketing 
quotas. Reported from Agriculture ^Iar. 9, 1965; 
Rept. 147. Union Calendar. Passed House NIar. 23, 
1965. Reported in Senate Apr. 2, 1965; Agriculture 
and Forestry; Rept. 145. Passed Senate, amended, 
Apr. 5, 1965. House asks for a conference Apr. 6, 
1965. Senate agrees to a conference Apr. 7, 1965. 
Conference report filed Apr. 8, 1965; Rept. 228. 
Senate agrees to conference report Apr. 8, 1965. 
House agrees to conference report Apr. 8, 1965. 
Approved Apr. 16, 1965. Public, Law 89-12. 

H.R. 5768. — Tariff, silk yarn, suspend duty. Re- 
ported from Ways and Means June 7, 1965; Rept. 
447. Union Calendar. Passed House June 9, 1965. 
Reported in Senate July 13, 1965;Finance; Rept. 433. 
Passed Senate, amended, July 15, 1965. House asks 
for a conference -Aug. 19, 1965. Senate agrees to a 
conference Aug. 23, 1965. Conference report filed 
Sept. 13, 1965; Rept. 978. House agrees to confer- 
ence report Sept. 16, 1965. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report Sept. 20, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Public Law 89-229. 

H.R. 5798 (S. 435).— Kaniksu National Forest, Idaho, 
extend boundaries. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs May 18, 1965; Rept. 351. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 20, 1965. Pro- 
ceedings vacated and laid on table May 20, 1965. 
S. 435, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 5815.— Hubbard, Lt. Col. J. P. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 406. Private 
Calendar. Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 
1965. 

H.R. 5819. — Taylor, J. H. Reported from Judiciary 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 404. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Judicuirv; Rept. 593. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private 
Law 89-51. 

H.R. 5830.— GriflRn, CPO J. J. Reported from Judi- 
ciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 421. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 5831.— Lady of the Angels Seminary (N.Y.), 
stained glass, free entry. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1172. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 1, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1000. Passed Senate 
Feb. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Private 
Law 89-219. 

H.R. 5838. — Cabigas, O. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1066. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Apr. 5, 1966. 

H.R. 5839.— Hurrle, Sgt. D. R. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 407. Private 
Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 719. 
Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Private Law 89-118. 



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H.R. 5842. — Lend-Zinc Small Producers Stabilization 
Act of 1961, extend. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs May 20, 1965; Rept. 362. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Pa.ssed House June 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 757. Passed Senate 
Sept. 22, 1965. Approved Oct. 5, 1965. Public 
Law 89-238. 

H.R. 5852. — Veterans, service-connected deaths, pay- 
ments to widows. Reported from Veterans Af- 
fairs Aug. 2, 1966; Rept. 1797. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 20, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1624. Passed Senate 
Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 
89-622. 

H.R. 5860. — Indians, Choctaw Tribe, disposition of 
assets. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
June 1, 1965; Rept. 437. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 7, 1965. Reported in Senate 
.luly 20, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 494. 
Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Approved Aug. 4, 
1965. Public Law 89-107. 

H.R. 5863 (S. 1588) (H. Res. 549) .—Transportation, 
high-speed ground, research on. Reported from 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce Aug. 23, 1965; 
Rept. 845. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 2, 
1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 2, 
1965. S. 1588, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 5874. — Schools, construction in certain impacted 
areas outside the continental limits. Reported from 
Education and Labor Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 164. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Mar. 15, 1965. Reported in Senate June 9, 1965; 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 311. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 11, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendments July 6, 1965. Approved July 
21, 1965. Public Law 89-77. 

H.R. 5883 (H. Res. 393).— Labor, labor laws, bonding 
provisions. Reported from Education and Labor 
Mar. 17, 1965; Rept. 182. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 27, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 698. Passed 
Senate Sept. 14, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 
Public Law 89-216. 

H.R. 5902. — Graham, C. Reported from Judiciary 
May 27, 1965; Rept. 408. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 720. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Vetoed Oct. 4, 1965. 

H.R. 5903.— Page, W. C. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 668. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 739. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. Private 
Law 89-119. 

H.R. 5904. — Kim, N. I. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 933. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 843. Passed Senate Oct. 
13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private Law 
89-142. 

H.R. 5911.— Ward, Maj. W. G. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 409. Private 
Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



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H.R.. 5912. — Albrecht, W. F., et al. (former members of 
U.S. Navy Band), estates of. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Kept. 1719. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 22, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1634. 
Passed Senate Oct. 4, 1966. Approvod Oct. 15, 1966. 
Private Law 89-363. 

H.R. 5915 (S. 1198).— Brewer, Mrs. H. Reported 
from Judiciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 669. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Proceedings 
vacated. Laid on table Aug. 3, 1965. S. 1198, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 5950. — Limestone, duty treatment of. Reported 
from Ways and Means Oct. 17, 1966; Rept. 2293. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 5958. — Habeas corpus — State custody. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; Rept. 1892. 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1797. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-711. 

H.R. 5969.— MorfB, Dr. R. R. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2107. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1798. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-382. 

H.R. 5973.^ — Hower, E. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1068. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1019. Passed Senate 
March 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-227. 

H.R. 5984. — Lands, indemnity selection, eligibility. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs July 29, 
1965; Rept. 696. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1213. Passed 
Senate June 9, 1966. Approved June 24, 1966. 
Public Law 89-470. 

H.R. 5988. — Federal Maritime Commission, commis- 
sioners, appointment. Reported from Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries May 10, 1965; Rept. 334. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 23, 1965; Commerce; 
Rept. 364. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Approved 
June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-56. 

H.R. 5989. — Vessels, lift vans and shipping tanks con- 
sidered ship's gear. Reported from Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries May 11, 1965; Rept. 338. 
House Calendar. Passed House May 17, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 2, 1965; Commerce; Reot 
676. Passed Senate Sept. 8, 1965. Appoved. 
Sept. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-194. 

H.R. 5990. — Panama Canal, benefits to persons. Re- 
ported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 3, 
1965; Rept. 279. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1879. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-712. 

H.R. 6007. — Armed Forces, Air Force Reserve, promo- 
tion of officers. Reported from Armed Services July 
29, 1965; Rept. 700. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug 19, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 633. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 23, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Aug. 26, 1965. Approved Sept. 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-172. 



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H.R. 6032 (S. 1582).— Mann Creek Federal reclamation 
project, Idaho, appropriation authorization increase. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs May 11, 
1965; Rept. 335. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 17, 1965. Passed Senate June 17, 1965. Ap- 
proved June 30, 1965. Public Law 89-60. 

H.R. 6035.— Roy, Maj. J. W. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1720. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1799. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-383. 

H.R. 6039. — Harwell, R. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Julv 19, 1966; Rept. 1721. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 

H.R. 6097. — President and Vice President, penalties 
for assassination of. Reported from Judiciary June 9, 
1965; Rept. 488. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House June 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 498. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 23, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Aug. 12, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 

1965. Pubhc Law 89-141. 

H.R. 6103. — Oregon, Umatilla, relief of. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; Rept. 1899. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1849. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 6, 

1966. Public Law 89-781. 

H.R. 61. 12.— Barker, D. G. (Sung, J. Y.),etal. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1151. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1042. Passed Senate, amended, Mar. 4, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Apr. 5, 1966. 
Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-239. 

H.R. 6115. — Mendoza, Dr. J. A. G. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept 2031. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1888. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-384. 

H.R. 6125. — Smithsonian Institution, space functions. 
National Air and Space Museum, change name and 
construct building. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Sept. 21, 1965; Rept. 1042. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 28, 1966; Rules and Adminis- 
tration; Rept. 1344. Passed Senate June 29, 1966. 
Approved July 19, 1966. Public Law 89-509. 

H.R. 6143. — District of Columbia inaugural ceremonies, 
travel expenses and meals for certain employees. 
Reported from District of Columbia Aug. 5, 1966; 
Rept. 1816. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
22, 1966. 

H.R. 6164. — World Convention of the Churches of 
Christ, transportation of passengers. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 10, 1965; 
Rept. 333. House Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House May 17, 1965. 

H.R. 6165. — Federal employees, appointment of 
women, repeal laws relating to. Reported from 
Post Office and Civil Service Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 
772. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 29, 1965; Post Office and 
Civil Service; Rept. 795. Passed Senate Oct. 1, 
1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-261. 



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H.R. 6183. — Census of population, unemployment, and 
housing. Reported from Post OfTicc and Civil 
Service Aug. 12, 1965; Kept. 780. Union Calendar. 
Union 353 

H.R. 6226. — Carrcras, Dr. B. B. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 21, 1906; Rept. 2053. Private 
Calendar. Passcxl House ()ct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1889. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. .\pproved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-385. 

H.R. 6229. — Ho, K. S. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 869. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 844. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private 
Law 89-143. 

H.R. 6235. — Kim, C. S. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 870. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 845. Passed Senate 
Oct 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private 
Law 89-144. 

H.R. C277 (H. Res. 563).— Foreign Service, Foreign 
Service Act Amendments of 1965. Reported from 
Foreign Aflfairs Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 830. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 9, 1965. 

H.R. 6280 (S. 26).— Golden Spike National Monument, 
Utah, establish. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs June 30, 1965; Rept. 569. Union Calen- 
dar. Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated, laid on table July 12, 1965. 
S. 26, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 6294. — Secret Service, authorize certain arrests. 
Reported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 256. 
House Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 740. 
Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 
1965. Pubhc Law 89-218. 

H.R. 6305. — Land, lessees of, in Logtown, Miss., relief. 
Reported from Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1427. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1566. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 16, 1966. Private Law 89-302. 

H.R. 6312. — Menna, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 903. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 890. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-182. 

H.R. 6318.— Smith, L. R. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 410. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 6319 (H.R. 14224— Medicare).— Taxes, tax treat- 
ment of expropriation loss recoveries and medicare 
enrollment extension. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 8, 1965; Rept. 1125. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 1, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1091. Passed Senate, 
amended, Apr. 1, 1966. House concurred in Senate 
amendment with an amendment and concurred in an 
amendment to the title Apr. 6, 1966. Senate agrees 
to the House amendment to the Senate amendment 
Apr. 6, 1966. Approved Apr. 8, 1966. Public Law 
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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 6400 (H. Res. 440) (S. 1504).— Constitution of the 
United States, enforce 15th amendintMit (right to 
vote). R(!ported from Judiciary Juno 1, lOO.'j; U<!pt. 
439. Union Calendar. Pa.ssed House July 9, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table July 9, 1965. 
S. 1564, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 6413. — Taxes, wine, withdrawal of unfit, exempt 
from tax. Reported from Ways anrl Means Oct. 3, 
1960; Rept. 2173. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. 

H.R. 6431. — Nickel, suspension of duty on certain 
forms of. Reported from Ways and Means July 7, 
1965; Rept. 595. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 2, 1965; Finance; Rept. 681. Passed 
Senate Sept. 7, 1965. Approved Sept. 27, 1965. 
Public Law 89-204. 

H.R. 6438. — Executive departments and agencies, 
accounting adjustments between appropriations. 
Reported from Ciovernment Operations Aug. 3, 1965; 
Rept. 722. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 15, 1966; Covernment Operations; Rept. 1284. 
Passed Senate June 16, 1966. Approved June 29, 
1966. Public Law 89-473. ' 

H.R. 6441.— Berry, A. C. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 411. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 

H.R. 6442 (S. 1390).— Rocky River Co. and Macy 
Land Corp., relief. Reported from Judiciary June 
10, 1965; Rept. 507. Private Calendar. Laid on 
table July 13, 1965. {See S. 1390.) 

H.R. 6443. — Catasus, Dr. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2108. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1890. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-386. 

H.R. 6453. — Appropriations, District of Columbia ap- 
propriation, 1966. Reported from Appropriations 
Mar. 18, 1965; Rept. 185. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 23, 1965. Reported in Senate June 16, 
1965; Appropriations; Rept. 333. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 22, 1965. Senate asks for a con- 
ference June 22, 1965. House agrees to a confer- 
ence June 28, 1965. Conference report filed June 30, 
1965. Rept. 568. House agrees to conference 
report July 1, 1965. House recedes and concurs 
in Senate amendment No. 9 July 1, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report July 13, 1965. Approved 
July 16, 1965. Public Law 89-75. 

H.R. 6497 (H Res. 338).— International Monetary 
Fund, increase quota. Reported from Banking and 
Currency Apr. 1, 1965; Rept. 222. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 27, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 19, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 196. Passed 
Senate May 24, 1965. Approved June 2, 1965. 
Public Law 89-31. 

H.R. 6507. — ^ Arson, penalties, travel and interstate com- 
merce in aid of. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 
1965; Rept. 264. House Calendar. Passed House 
May 3, 1965. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; Ju- 
diciary; Rept. 351. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Ap- 
proved July 7, 1965. Public Law 89-68. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 6515. — Lewis and Clark Trail Commission, add 
Illinois to list of States. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs Sept. 13, 1965; Rept. 982. Union 
Calendar. PasSed House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1209. Passed Senate, amended, June 8, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment June 16, 1966. 
Approved June 29, 1966. Public Law 89-475. 

H.R. 6519 (H. Res. 581) (S. 1576).— Jefferson National 
Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, Mo., construction. 
Reported from House Administration Aug. 26, 1965; 
Rept. 881. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 1, 
1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Oct. 1, 

1965. S. 1576 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 6527.— Fort, E. F. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 412. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 

H.R. 6568. — Tariff, copra and palm nuts, treatment of. 
Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 16, 1965; 
Rept. 1012. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House Oct. 18, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 25, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1009. Passed Senate, 
amended, Mar. 2, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Mar. 30, 1966. Approved Apr. 13, 

1966. Public Law 89-388. 



H.R. 6590. — Hill, A. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 
31, 1965; Rept. 916. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate June 24, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1323. Passed Senate June 
27, 1966. Approved July 8, 1966. Private Law 
89-263. 

H.R. 6606.— Chen, L. T. (Nako). Reported from 
Judiciary July 25, 1966; Rept. 1760. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1567. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-306. 

H.R. 6622. — Postal service, permanent personnel, re- 
move from field service. Reported from Post Office 
and Civil Service Apr. 1, 1965; Rept. 220. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 26, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Julv 26, 1965; Post OflSce and Civil Service ; 
Rept. 513. Passed Senate Julv 28, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-114. 

H.R. 6646. — Recreation and Public Purposes Act, 
leases. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
July 29, 1965; Rept. 697. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate June 6, 
1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1206. 
Passed Senate June 8, 1966. Approved June 20, 
1966. Public Law 89-457. 

H.R. 6655. — Metzelaar, P. C. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1082. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 877. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-183. 

H.R. 6658 (S. 2587).— Perez dc Gonzalez, Dr. H. W- 
Reported from Judiciary Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2054. 
Private Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 11, 1966. (See 
S. 2587.) 



HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 6663.— Bartelt, D. P. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1264. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 16, 1966. 



H.R. 6666. — Spectrograph for University of Pittsburgh, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 
20, 1965; Rept. 1037. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 902. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 
1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-208. 



H.R. 6675 (H. Res. 322).— Social Security, Social 
Security Amendments, . 1965. Reported from Ways 
and Means Mar. 29, 1965; Rept. 213. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 8, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Finance; Rept. 404. Passed 
Senate, amended, July 9, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference July 9, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference July 12, 1965. Conference report filed July 
26, 1965. Rept. 682. House agrees to conference 
report July 27, 1965. Senate agrees to conference 
report July 28, 1965. Approved July 30, 1965. 
Public Law 89-97. 



H.R. 6686. — U.S. Botanic Garden, retirement, cor- 
rect inequity. Reported from Post OflSce and 
Civil Service May 17, 1965; Rept. 350. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 7, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; Post Office and Civil 
Service; Rept. 1488. Passed Senate Sept. 8, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-604. 



H.R. 6691. — Agriculture, Forest Service, payments to 
employees. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; 
Rept. 262. Union Calendar. Passed House May 3, 
1965. Reported in Senate May 25, 1965; Agricul- 
ture and Forestry; Rept. 244. Passed Senate May 
26, 1965. Approved June 5, 1965. Public Law 
89-34. 



H.R. 6719.— Ridgely, Mrs. K. W. Reported from 
Judiciary June 9, 1965; Rept. 487. Private Cal- 
endar. "Passed House July 13; 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 665. Passed 
Senate Sept. 2, 1965. Approved Sept. 15, 1965. 
Private Law 89-71. 



H R 6720. — Fong, P. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1083. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 879. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-184. 



H.R. 6726.— Perrigo, W. S. Reported from Judi- 
ciary, July 21, 1965; Rept. 636. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 721. Passed Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Private 
Law 89-138. 



H R 6728.— Kaiden, M. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1152. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 1, 1966. 



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H.R. 6729. — Kftidcii, V. C. Reported from Judiciary 
Oct. 12, 1965; Ropt. 1153. Priviito Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 1, 1966. 

H.R. 6755 (H. Res. 381).— Flood control, river basin 
plans, provide. Reported from Public Works May 6, 
1965; Kept. 309. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 12, 1965. Reported in Senate May 27, 1965; 
Public Works; Rept. 266. Passed Senate, amended, 
June 2, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
June 10, 1965. Approved June 18, 1965. Public 
Law 89-42. 

H.R. 6767. — Appropriations, Interior and related 
agencies appropriation, 1966. Reported from Appro- 
priations Mar. 25, 1965; Rept. 205. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 30, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 29, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 172. Passed 
Senate, amended. May 26, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference May 26, 1965. House agrees to a confer- 
ence June 10, 1965. Conference report filed June 14, 
1965. Rept. 513. House agrees to conference report 
June 15, 1965. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendments Nos. 3, 7, 28, and 35 June 15, 1965. 
Senate agrees to conference report June 15, 1965. 
Approved June 28, 1965. Public Law 89-52. 

H.R. 6775. — Steel Shipping Container Identification 
Act. Reported from Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce June 6, 1966; Rept. 1609. Union Calendar. 
Union 717 

H.R. 6785 (S. 1404) (H. Res. 775) .—Uniform Time Act 
of 1966. Reported from Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Mar. 10, 1966; Rept. 1315. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 16. 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Mar. 16. 1966. S. 1404, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 6790. — Highways, emergency relief. Reported 
from Public Works July 7, 1965; Rept. 596. Union 
Calendar. Recommitted July 12, 1965. Rereported 
from Pubhc Works July 14, 1965. Rept. 614. 
Rules suspended. Passed House July 19, 1965. 

H.R. 6819.— Ozmat, Dr. O. M. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 934. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 846. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 21, 1965. 
Private Law 89-139. 



H.R. 6845 (H. Res. 483). — Armed Forces, teachers over- 
seas, compensation of. Reported from Post Office 
and Civil Service June 15, 1965; Rept. 519. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Jan. 24, 1966; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 951. Passed Senate, amended, Feb. 10, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Feb. 24, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Feb. 25, 1966. Conference 
report filed Mar. 24, 1966. Rept. 1347. Senate 
agrees to conference report Mar. 29, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Mar. 31, 1966. Approved 
Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-391. 

H.R. 6848. — Crimes and oflfenses, bomb threats, reduce 
penalty. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 27, 1965; 
Rept. 263. House Calendar. Passed House May 3, 
1965. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; Judiciary; 
Rept. 352. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Approved 
July 7, 1965. Public Law 89-64. 



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H.R. 6852. — Abaca, disposal from stockpile. Reported 
from Armed Services Sept. 8, 1965; Rept. 964. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 19()5; yXrmed Services; 
Rept. 779. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 24, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments ()ct. 8, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 89-279. 



H.R. 6899.— de Bosche, Ur. M. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2055. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1891. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-387. 



H.R. 6902.— Richards, Mrs. E. P. Reported from 
Judiciary June 8, 1965; Rept. 478. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 6905. — District of Columbia, Daughters of the 
American Revolution, taxation exemption. Re- 
ported from District of Columbia Aug. 5, 1965; 
Rept. 732. Private Calendar. Objected to and 
recommitted Aug. 17, 1965. 



H.R. 6906. — Spectrometer for University of Rochester, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 
20, 1965; Rept. 1031. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 903. Passed Senate Oct. 19. 
1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 
89-193. 



H.R. 6926. — Federal employees, group life insurance 
program, contributions to. Reported from Post 
Office and Civil Service Apr. 27, 1965; Rept. 255. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
May 3. 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 15. 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1071. Passed 
Senate, amended. Mar. 17, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Aug. 29, 1966. Vetoed Sept. 12, 
1966. 



H.R. 6927 (S. 1599) (H. Res. 419).— Housing and 
Urban Development, Department of, establish. 
Reported from Government Operations May 11, 
1965; Rept. 337. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 16, 1965. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 11, 
1965. House asks for a conference Aug. 18, 1965. 
Senate agrees to a conference Aug. 24, 1965. Con- 
ference report filed Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 884. Senate 
agrees to conference report Aug. 30, 1965. House 
agrees to conference report Aug. 31, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 9, 1965. PubHc Law 89-174. 



H.R. 6958. — Taxes, direct filing of returns. Reported 
from Ways and Means Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 1915. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; 
Finance: Rept. 1625. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 
22, 1966. House asks for a conference Oct. 12, 1966. 
Senate agrees to a conference Oct. 13, 1966. Confer- 
ence report filed Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2317. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 19, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-713. 



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HQUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 6964. — Crimes and offenses, crimes against the 
United States, rehabilitation of persons committing. 
Reported from Judiciary July 29, 1965; Rept. 694. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Aug. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 613. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 
18, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Aug. 25, 1965. Approved Sept. 10, 1965. Public 
Law 89-176. 

H.R. 7026. — Levine, N. Reported from Judiciary 
May 9, 1966; Rept. 1494. Private calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1800. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-388. 

H.R. 7028. — Indians, Crow Tribe, compensation for 
lands and validation of titles. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs July 18, 1966; Rept. 
1703. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. 

H.R. 7030. — Taxes, farmers, depreciable property, 
certain assessments for. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 18, 1966; Rept. 2299. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 7031. — Education, National Technical Institute 
for the Deaf, establish. Reported from Education 
and Labor May 6, 1965; Rept. 307. Union Cal- 
endar. Rules suspended. Passed House May 17, 
1965. Reported in Senate May 25, 1965; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 245. Passed Senate May 26, 
1965. Approved June 8, 1965. Public Law 89-36. 

H.R. 7042. — Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 
additives, use of. Reported from Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce May 26, 1965; Rept. 376. House 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House June 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 1217. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 9, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment June 16, 1966. Approved June 29, 1966. 
Public Law 89-477. 

H.R. 7059. — Smithsonian Institution, appropriation 
authorization. Reported from Merchant Marine 
and Fisheries May 3, 1965; Rept. 280. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed House May 10, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 22, 1965; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 771. Passed Senate amended Sept. 23, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 5, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law 89-280. 

H.R. 7060. — Appropriations, Treasury, Post Office, and 
Executive Office, 1966. . Reported from Appropria- 
tions Apr. 1, 1965; Rept. 223. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 3, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 275. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 8, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference June 8, 1965. House agrees to a confer- 
ence June 16, 1965. Conference report filed June 24, 
1965; Rept. 550. House agrees to conference report 
June 28, 1965 House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendment No. 10 with an amendment June 28, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report June 28, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendment to Senate 
amendment No. 10 June 28, 1965. Approved June 
30, 1965. Public Law 89-57. 

H.R. 7064. — Foreign Service Buildings Act, chancery, 
Saigon, construct. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
Apr. 3, 1965; Rept. 225. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate May 5, 1965; Foreign Relations; 
Rept. 175. Passed Senate May 7, 1965. Approved 
May 21, 1965. Public Law 89-22. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7067. — -District of Columbia Administrative 
Procedure Act, provide. Reported from District of 
Columbia July 22, 1965; Rept. 646. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed House July 26, 1965. 



H.R. 7084. — Vassiliou, Mrs. E. Reported from Ju- 
diciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 872. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 



H.R. 7090. — Fleet Air Western Pacific facility, Japan, 
relief of certain individuals. Reported from Judici- 
ary May 27, 1965; Rept. 413. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 741. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 5, 1965. Private 
Law 89-126. 



H.R. 7091. — Appropriations, Second Supplemental, 
1965. Reported from Appropriations Apr. 2, 1965; 
Rept. 224. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 
1965. Reported in Senate Apr. 23, 1965; Appro- 
priations; Rept. 167. Passed Senate, amended, Apr. 
27, 1965. Senate asks for a conference Apr. 27, 1965. 
House agrees to a conference Apr. 28, 1965. Confer- 
ence report filed Apr. 28, 1965. Rept. 270. House 
agrees to conference report Apr. 29, 1965. House 
recedes and concurs each with an amendment to 
Senate amendments Nos. 3, 27, and 29. House 
recedes and concurs to Senate amendments Nos. 5, 
26, 28, and 30. House insists on its disagreements to 
Senate amendments Nos. 6, 10, 11, and 15 Apr. 29, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Apr. 29, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendments to Sen- 
ate amendments Nos. 3, 27, and 29 and recedes from 
its amendments Nos. 6, 10, 11, and 15 Apr. 29, 
1965. Approved Apr. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-16. 

H.R. 7092 (S. 24). — Water, saline conversion program. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs July 7, 
1965; Rept. 594. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House July 12, 1965. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table July 12, 1965. S. 24, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 7105 (H. Res. 412).— Export Control Act of 1949, 
as amended; continuation of authority. Reported 
from Banking and Currency May 29, 1965; Rept. 
434. Union Calendar. Passed House June 8, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 23, 1965; Banking and 
Currency; Rept. 363. Passed Senate, amended, 
June 30, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
June 30, 1965. Approved June 30, 1965. Public 
Law 89-63. 

H.R. 7137.— Potterbaum, Maj. L. H. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 414. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 7138.— Powers, Maj. D. B. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 415. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H R. 7141.— Whelan, R. Reported from Judiciarj' 
Feb. 3, 1966; Rept. 1257. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1568. Passed Sen- 
ate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Private 
Law 89-303. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Contimied 

M H 7109 (S. 1707).— Securities .\ct of 1933, filing foes, 
iiuToaso. Uoportod from Interstate and Foreign 
Conunerco vSept. 16, 19()r): Kept. lOlf). Union 
CahMular. Passed Mouse Oct. f), 196"). Passed 
Senate Oct. 0, 1965. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Public Law 89-289. 



H.R. 7181. — Kansas, national historic sites. Federal 
participation. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Apr. 28, 1965; Kept. 265. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
579. Passed Senate Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 
31, 1965. Public Law 89-155. 



H.R. 7233.— Schwikert, Col. F. D. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 416. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7241. — Erickson, E. O. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2134. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 



H.R. 7282.— Walsh, R. D. Reported from Judiciary 
July 22, 1965; Rept. 670. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 878. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 
1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 
89-185. 



H.R. 7303 (S. 327) (H. Res. 388).— Pacific Northwest 
Disaster Relief Act of 1965, establish. Reported 
from Public Works May 6, 1965; Rept. 310. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 19, 1965. Proceed- 
ings vacated and laid on table May 19, 1965. S. 327, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 7315 (S. 1310). — Smithsonian Institution, service 
increased to other museums. Reported from House 
Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1599. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House July 
18, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table July 
18, 1966. S. 1310, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 7327. — Armed Forces, academic dean, naval 
post graduate school, salary limitation. Reported 
from Armed Services July 29, 1965; Rept. 692. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. 
Reported in Senate July 29, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1423. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 1, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Aug. 4, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-536. 



H.R. 7329. — California, San Diego, convey property. 
Reported from Armed Services Sept. 23, 1965; Rept. 
1092. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 29, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 30, 1965; Armed 
Services; Rept. 802. Passed Senate Oct. 1, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-263. 



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HOUSK RILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7341. — Fuste, Dr. R. R. Reported from .Judiciary 
Sept. 2S, 1966; Rept. 2109. Private Calendar. 
Pas.sed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Semite 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1892. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 19()«. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-389. 

H.R. 7345 (S. 1736).— Mojdara, J. E. J. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 873. Private 
Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 8, 1965. S. 1736 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 7354. — Rains, N. M. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 19, 1966; Rept. 1439. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 3, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1514. Passed Senate 
Aug. 26, 1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private 
Law 89-285. 



H.R. 7355.— Tabor, Lt. Col. C. E. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 417. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H.R. 7357. — Lavapies, Dr. F. V. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Aug. 11, 1965; Rept. 779. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 880. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private 
Law 89-186. 

H.R. 7371. (H. Res. 499).— Banks, Bank Holding 
Company Act of 1956, partnerships and trusts, 
amend relating to. Reported from Banking and 
Currency June 21, 1965; Rept. 534. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 23, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 19, 1966; Banking and Currency; Rept. 1179. 
Passed Senate, amended, June 7, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment June 21, 1966. Ap- 
proved July 1, 1966. Public Law 89-485. 

H.R. 7372. — Banks, Bank Holding Company Act of 
1956, investment company exemption, remove. 
Reported from Banking and Currency July 26, 1965; 
Rept. 680. House Calendar House 125 



H.R. 7378 (S. 2358).— Phosphate interests, Florida, 
sale of. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
July 7, 1965; Rept. 592. Private Calendar. Passed 
House July 20, 1965. 

H.R. 7381. — Naval Stores Act, repeal. Reported from 
Agriculture Oct. 7, 1966; Rept. 2210. Union Cal- 
endar . Union 986 



H.R. 7382. — Venue in civil actions, enlarge. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; Rept. 1893. House 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1752. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-714. 



H.R. 7402. — Chamizal Treaty National Memorial, 
El Paso, Tex., establish. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs May 9, 1966; Rept. 1496. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House May 
16, 1966. Reported in Senate June 1, 1966; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1197. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 2, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment June 16, 1966. Approved June 30, 1966. 
Public Law 89-479. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7406 (S. 1761) (H. Res. 81 Ij.— Grand Coulee 
Dam, Columbia Basin project, Washington, construct 
3d power plant at. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Apr. 1, 1966, Rept. 1409. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Apr. 19, 1966. S. 1761, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 7423. — Postal service. Post Office Department, 
appropriations, transfers of. Reported from Post 
Office and Civil Service Mar. 17, 1966; Rept. 1331. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Mar. 21, 1966. Reported in Senate June 21, 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1288. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 27, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment June 29, 1966. Approved July 
12, 1966. Public Law 89-500. 



H.R. 7435.— Lawton, Col. T. O. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 418. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7436. — Robinson, Maj. V. R. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 423. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7437.— Stathis, Lt. Col. N. A. Reported from 
Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 424. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 



H.R. 7438.— Smith, Sgt. S. W. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 425. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7439. — Staver, Lt. D. A. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 422. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7440.— Thomas, Col. W. W. et al. Reported 
from Judiciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 426. Private 
Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. 



H.R. 7446. — Navy, Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va., 
relief of certain employees. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1074. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1569. Passed Sen- 
ate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public 
Law 89-580. 



H.R. 7453.— Todd, M. E. and F. H. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 874. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 882. Passed 
Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-194. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7466. — Indians, Miami Indians of Indiana and 
Oklahoma, judgment funds. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs June 16, 1965; Rept. 522. Union 
Calendar. Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Rept. 1685. Passed Senate Oct. 6, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-659. 



H.R. 7475. — Terry, D. D., lock and dam, Arkansas, 
name for. Reported from Public Works July 14, 
1965; Rept. 617. House Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; 
Public Works; Rept. 916. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 
1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-338. 



H.R. 7484. — Armed Forces, Surgeons General, rank of. 
Reported from Armed Services May 13, 1965; Rept. 
347. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House May 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 30, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 807. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 1, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments, Oct. 7, 1965. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Public Law 89-288. 



H.R. 7502. — Taxes, income, disasters, casualty losses. 
Reported from Ways and Means June 29, 1965; 
Rept. 556. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 21, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1917. 



H.R. 7508. — Bossio, G. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1376. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 3 1966. Reported in Senate 
Julv 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1382. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-275. 



H.R. 7524 (H. Res. 812). — Oregon, Oregon Dunes 
National Seashore, establish. Reported from In- 
terior and Insular Affairs Mar. 26, 1966, Rept. 1351. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 9, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1437. 



H.R. 7526. — San Antonio, strike medals in com- 
memoration of founding. Reported from Banking 
and Currency Oct. 11, 1965; Rept. 1136. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 18. 1965. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 15. 1966; Banking and Currency; 
Rept. 1072. Passed Senate Mar. 17, 1966. Approved 
Mar. 31, 1966. Public Law 89-382. 



H.R. 7546. — MacDonald, G. C. Reported from Ju- 
diciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1722. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 22, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1653. Passed 
Senate Sept. 26, 1966. Vetoed Oct. 10, 1966. 



H.R. 7571. — Veterans, loan program, liability to the 
United States. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 783. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 20, 1965. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7579.— Soto, Dr. E. V. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2032. Private Cnloiular. 
Passed House Sept. 20, lOOf). 



H.R. 7595. .\rmed Forces, dependents, transportation 
for. Reported from Armed Services Juno 29, 1965; 
Rept. 561. Union Calendar. Passed House July 12, 
1965. Reported in Seiwto Auj; 12, 1965; Armed 
Services; Rept. 585. Passed Senate Aug. 13, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-140. 



H.R. 7596. — Armed Forces, Air Force officers, remove 
inequities. Reported from Armed Services May 10, 
1965; Rept. 327. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Mav 17, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 20, 1965: Arrned Services; Rept. 634. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 24, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Aug. 26, 1965. Ap- 
proved Aug. 31, 1965. Public Law 89-157. 



H.R. 7597 — Veterans insurance fund reopened. Re- 
ported from Veterans' Affairs May 5, 1965; Rept. 
285. Union Calendar. Passed House May 5, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 26, 1965; Finance; Rept. 
246. Passed Senate June 1, 1965. Approved June 14, 
1965. Public Law 89-40. 



H.R. 7608. — Distribution machine, automatic, for 
University of Oklahoma free entry. Reported from 
Ways and Means Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 997. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Reporte 
in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 904. Passed 
Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. 
Private Law 89-187. 



H.R. 7618 (S. 3576). — Habeas corpus, jurisdiction and 
venue amendments. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 
25, 1966; Rept. 1894. House Calendar. Laid on 
table Sept. 6, 1966. S. 3576 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 7621.— TariflF, button blanks, definition. Re- 
ported from Ways and Means June 7, 1965; Rept. 
448. Union Calendar. Passed House June 9, 1965. 

H.R. 7648. — Indians, San Xavier and Salt River 
Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservations, long-term 
leases, authorize. Reported from Interior and In- 
sular Affairs Aug. 16, 1966; Rept. 1855. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 10, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1703. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 11, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 14, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-715. 

H.R. 7657 (S. 800) (H. Res. 365).— Armed Forces, re- 
search and procurement of aircraft, missiles, and 
naval vessels, appropriation authorization, 1966. 
Reported from Armed Services Apr. 29, 1965; Rept. 
271. Union Calendar. Passed House May 5, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table May 5, 1965. 
S. 800, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 7667. — Farrell, D. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1064. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1020. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-228. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7671.— Suchecka, Miss Z. (Soliwoda, S.). Re- 
ported from Judiciary July 21, 1966; Rept. 17.52. 
Private Calendar. Passeil lIous(! Aug. 2, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1570. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 
16, 1966. Private Law 89-297. 



H.R. 7673.— Ketenjian, Y. 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 479. 
House July 13, 1965. 



Reported from Judiciary 
Private Calendar. Passed 



H.R. 7682. — Voss, Mr. and Mrs. C. Reported from Ju- 
diciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 419. Private Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 1.5, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 722. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 4, 1965. Private 
Law 89-125. 



H.R. 7707. — Courts, crier-law clerks, appointment of. 
Reported from Judiciary May 25, 1965; Rept 370. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 21, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 816. 
Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 21, 
1965. Public Law 89-281. 



H.R. 7717 (H. Res. 366). — National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, appropriation authorization. 
Reported from Science and Astronautics May 3, 
1965; Rept. 273. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 6, 1965. Reported in Senate May 13, 1965; 
Aeronautical and Space Sciences; Rept. 188. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 2, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference June 2, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference June 3, 1965. Conference report filed 
June 15, 1965. Rept. 514. House agrees to con- 
ference report June 16, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report June 16, 1965. Approved June 28, 
1965. Public Law 89-53. 



H.R. 7723. — Tariff, hardwoods, duty suspension. Re- 
ported from Ways and Means Sept. 22 1965; Rept. 
1075. Union Calendar Passed House Oct. 21,1965. 
Reported in Senate Jan. 20, 1966; Finance; Rept. 949. 
Passed Senate, amended, Jan. 24, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Mar. 30, 1966. Ap- 
proved Apr. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-392. 



H.R. 7728. — Veterans' Administration, medical com- 
munity planning, participate in. Reported from 
Veterans' Affairs May 10, 1966; Rept. 1501. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 16, 1966. 



H.R. 7743. — Education, national vocational student 
loan insurance, establish. Reported from Education 
and Labor May 6, 1965; Rept. 308. Union Cal- 
endar. Rules suspended. Passed House June 21, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 21, 1965; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 758. Passed Senate amended 
Sept. 28, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 8, 1965. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 
89-287. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7750 (S. 1837) (H. Res. 395) .—Foreign Assistance 
Act of 1965. Reported from Foreign Affairs May 7, 
1965; Rept. 321. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 25, 1965. In Senate, ordered placed on calen- 
dar May 26, 1965. Passed Senate, amended, June 14, 
1965. Senate asks for a conference June 14, 1965. 
House agrees to a conference June 17, 1965. Con- 
ference report filed Aug. 18, 1965; Rept. 811. House 
agrees to conference report Aug. 19, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report Aug. 24, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-171. 



H.R. 7755.^ — U. S. commissioners, fees. Reported 
from Judiciary July 20, 1965; Rept. 628. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. 



H.R. 7762. — Armed Forces, Reserve Officers Training 
Corps Vitalization Act, clarify act. Reported from 
Armed Services May 13, 1965; Rept. 348. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 7, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 11, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 315. 
Passed Senate June 15, 1965. Approved June 28, 
1965. Public Law 89-51. 



H.R. 7765. — Appropriations, Departments of Labor, 
and Health, Education, and Welfare, and related 
agencies, 1966. Reported from Appropriations 
Apr. 29, 1965; Rept. 272. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 4, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 3, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 537. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 5, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference Aug. 5, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference Aug. 11, 1965. Conference report filed Aug. 
12, 1965; Rept. 791. House agrees to conference 
report Aug. 16, 1965. House recedes and concurs, 
with an amendment, in Senate amendment No. 1. 
House recedes and concurs in Senate amendments 
Nos. 23, 41, 47, 49, and 50 Aug. 16, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report Aug. 17, 1965. Senate 
agrees to the House amendment to Senate amendment 
No. 1, Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 31, 1965. 
Public Law 89-156. 



H.R. 7777 (S. 1900) (H. Res. 407).— McKee, Gen. 
W. F., appointment of as FAA Administrator. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
May 28, 1965; Rept. 430. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 3, 1965. In Senate, ordered placed on 
calendar June 4, 1965. Passed Senate June 17, 1965. 
Approved June 22, 1965. Public Law 89-46. 



H.R. 7779. — Coast Guard Reserve, enlisted members, 
retirement. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries July 1, 1965; Rept. 581. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 7, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 690. Passed Senate 
Sept. 9, 1965. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public 
Law 89-200. 



H.R. 7811 (H. Res. 521). — ^ Vessels, naval, sale or loan 
to Latin American countries. Reported from Armed 
Services July 15, 1965; Rept. 622. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7812 (H. Res. 522) .—Vessels, naval, loan to Italy 
and Spain. Reported from Armed Services July 15, 
1965; Rept. 623. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 30, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; 
Armed Services; Rept. 781. Passed Senate, amended 
Sept. 24, 1965. House asks for a conference Sept. 
27, 1965. Senate agrees to a conference Oct. 15, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 
1965. Conference report filed Oct. 22, 1965; Rept. 
1208. House agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 
1965. Approved Nov. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-324. 



H.R. 7813 (H. Res. 523) .—Vessels, naval, loan to 
Turkey, China, and the Philippines. Reported from 
Armed Services July 19, 1965; Rept. 624. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Jan. 20, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 950. 
Passed Senate, amended, Jan. 24, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Apr. 5, 1966. Approved 
Apr. 16, 1966 Public Law 89-398. 



H.R. 7822.— Nells, M. D. Reported from Judi- 
ciary May 27, 1965; Rept. 420. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 3, 1965. 



H.R. 7843 (H. Res. 495). — Armed Forces, survivors of 
members of, payment of unused accrued leave. 
Reported from Armed Services July 9, 1965; Rept. 
608. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 584. Passed Senate Aug. 13, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-151. 



H.R. 7847 (H. Res. 402).— Small Business Revolving 
Fund, increase. Reported from Banking and Cur- 
rency May 19, 1965; Rept. 353. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Banking and Currency; Rept. 382. 
Passed Senate July 7, 1965. Approved July 21, 1965. 
Public Law 89-78. 



H.R. 7850.— Veterans, treble-damage actions, extend 
provisions. Reported from Veterans' Affairs May 10, 
1966; Rept. 1502. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 16, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1966. 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 1612. Passed 
Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. 
Public Law 89-623. 



H.R. 7855.— Coast Guard, patrol boats, construction 
of, appropriation authorization. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 6, 1965; Rept. 
293. Union Calendar. Passed House May 6, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 7, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
182. Passed Senate May 10, 1965. Approved 
May 21, 1965. Public Law 89-21. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7885.— Kronfold, Miss S. Hoportotl from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 6, 1966; Ropt. 1986. Private Caloiular. 
Private 5 1 4 



H.R. 7888. — United American Veterans of U.S.A., 
design patent, extend. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 190."); Kept. S97. House Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 815. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Public Law 89-295. 



H.R. 7919 (S. 1855).— Roger Williams National 
Memorial, Rhode Island, establish. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 985. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 
Passed Senate Oct. 9, 1965. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. 
Public Law 89-293. 



H R. 7954.— Convention for the safety of life at sea, 
implement. Reported from Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce May 26, 1965; Rept. 380. Union Cal- 
endar. Rules suspended, passed House June 7, 
1965. Reported in Senate July 28, 1965; Commerce; 
Rept. 526. Passed Senate Julv 30, 1965. Ap- 
proved Aug. 13, 1965. Public Law 89-121. 



H.R. 7969.— Tariff, Tariff Schedules Technical Amend- 
ments Act of 1965. Reported from Ways and 
Means May 12, 1965; Rept. 342. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House May 17, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate -Vug. 2, 1965: Finance; Rept. 530. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 13, 1965. Senate asks 
for a conference Aug. 13, 1965. House agrees to a 
conference Aug. 19, 1965. Conference report filed 
Sept. 13, 1965. Rept. 979. House agrees to con- 
ference report Sept. 16, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Sept. 20, 1965. Approved Oct. 7, 
1965. Public Law 89-241. 



H.R. 7973. — U.S. Military Academy, civilian instruc- 
tors, quarters and utilities. Reported from Armed 
Services July 21, 1966; Rept. 1750. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1878. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 
2, 1966. Public Law 89-716. 



H.R. 7984 (S. 2213) (H. Res. 425).— Housing and 
Urban Development Act of 1965. Reported from 
Banking and Currency May 21, 1965; Rept. 365. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 30, 1965. In 
Senate ordered placed on calendar July 6, 1965. 
Passed Senate, amended, July 15, 1965. House asks 
for a conference July 19, 1965. Senate agrees to a 
conference July 19, 1965. Conference report filed 
July 23, 1965; Rept. 679. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report July 26, 1965. House agrees to con- 
ference report July 27, 1965. Approved Aug. 10, 
1965. Public Law 89-117. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 7997. — Appropriations, Independent Offices, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations May 6, 1965; Re[)t. 
320. Union Calendar. Passed House; .May II, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Juno 30, 1905; .Appropriations; 
Rept. 384. Passed Senate, amended, July 13, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference July 13, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference .htly 29, 1965. Conference 
report filed Aug. 5, 1965; Kept. 727. House agrees 
to conference report Aug. 5, 1965. House recedes 
and concurs, with an amendment, in Senate amend- 
ment No. 77. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendment No. 118 Aug. 5, 1965. Senate agrees 
to conference report Aug. 5, 1965. Senate agrees to 
House amendment to Senate amendment No. 77 
Aug. 5, 1965. Approved Aug. 16, 1965. Public 
Law 89-128. 



H.R. 8000. — Vessels, non-self-propelled, help for. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
July 27, 1966; Rept. 1773. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 30, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 1545. Passed Sen- 
ate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. Public 
Law 89-582. 



H.R. 8027. — Crimes and offenses, Law Enforcement 
Assistance Act of 1965. Reported from Judiciary 
July 29, 1965; Rept. 695. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended, passed House Aug. 2, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 31, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 672. 
Passed Senate Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-197. 



H.R. 8030. — Postal service, postal savings system, 
discontinue. Reported from Post Office and Civil 
Service June 9, 1965; Rept. 483. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Post Office and 
Civil Service; Rept. 1065. Passed Senate Mar. 14, 
1966. Approved Mar. 28, 1966. Public Law 89- 
377. 



H.R. 8034. — Indians, Menominee Tribe, grants to. Re- 
ported from Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 31, 
1966; Rept. 1924. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 30, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1671. Passed Senate Oct. 5, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-653. 



H.R. 8035. — Fire Island Seashore, New York donation 
of land. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
Sept. 13, 1965; Rept. 980. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 
1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 763. Passed 
Senate Sept. 23, 1965. Approved Oct. 9, 1965. 
Public Law 89-244. 



H.R. 8058. — District of Columbia, Income and Fran- 
chise Tax Act of 1947, sales of tangible personal 
property. Reported from District of Columbia 
Aug. 7, 1965; Rept. 746. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1558. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 1, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 7, 1966. Ap- 
proved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-585. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 8085. — Ward, H. E. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 1, 1965; Kept. 940. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 21, 1965. 



H.R. 8095. — Armed Forces, travel and transportation 
allowances for change of station. Reported from 
Armed Services June 29, 1965; Rept. 562. Union 
Calendar. Passed House July 12, 1965, 



H.R. 8111. — Herbert Hoover Birthplace National His- 
toric Site, Iowa, establish. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs July 8, 1965; Rept. 604. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended, passed House July 12, 
1965. Reported in Senate July 26, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 515. Passed Senate Aug. 3, 
1965. Approved Aug. 12, 1965. Public Law 89-119. 



H.R. 8122 (S. 1957) (H. Res. 394).— Atomic Energy 
Commission, appropriation authorization. Reported 
from Joint Committee on Atomic Energy May 13, 
1965; Rept. 349. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 20, 1965. In Senate ordered placed on calen- 
dar, May 21, 1965. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. 
Approved June 2, 1965. Public Law 89-32. 



H.R. 8126. — District of Columbia, Minimum Wage 
Amendments Act of 1965. Reported from Dis- 
trict of Columbia June 24, 1965- Rept. 552. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct 12, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 
864. Passed Senate, amended, Jan. 20, 1966. Senate 
asks for a conference Jan. 20, 1966. House agrees to 
a conference Feb. 7, 1966. Conference report filed 
Oct. 3, 1966. Rept. 2175. House agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 4, 1966. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 4, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. 
Public Law 89-684. 



H.R. 8131 (S. 1566) (H. Res. 430).— Juvenile Delin- 
quency and Youth Offenses Control Act of 1961, 
extend. Reported from Education and Labor May 
20, 1965. Rept. 363. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 24, 1965. In Senate ordered placed on 
calendar June 25, 1955. Passed Senate June 29, 
1965. Approved July 8, 1965. Public Law 89-69. 



H.R. 8135. — Siegel, J. R. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1080. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 881. Passed Senate Oct. 
19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Private Law 
89-188. 



H.R. 8147. — Tariff, exemption from duty for returning 
residents. Reported from Ways and Means May 24, 
1965; Rept. 366. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House June 7, 1965. Reported in 
Senate June 28, 1965; Finance; Rept. 376. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 29, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference June 29, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference June 30, 1965. Senate agrees to conference 
Conference report filed June 
House agrees to conference 
Approved June 30, 1965. 



report June 30, 1965. 
30, 1965. Rept. 570. 
report June 30, 1965. 
Public Law 89-62. 



HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 8188. — Taxes, income, deduction for judicial 
reform gifts. Reported from Ways and Means 
Feb. 15, 1966; Rept. 1284. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Mav 2, 1966. Reported in Senate July 22, 
1966; Finance; Rept. 1401. 



H.R. 8205. — District of Columbia Police Department 
Band, membership, expand. Reported from District 
of Columbia Aug. 5, 1966; Rept 1818. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 22, 1966. 



H.R. 8210. — International Organizations Immunities 
Act, immunities from suit, etc. Reported from Ways 
and Means Sept. 29, 1965; Rept. 1099. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Jan. 19, 1966; Finance; Rept. 946. Passed 
Senate Jan. 20, 1966. Approved Feb. 2, 1966. Pub- 
lic Law 89-353. 



H.R. 8211. — Armed Forces, family separation allow- 
ances. Reported from Armed Services July 7, 1965; 
Rept. 601. Union Calendar. Passed House July 12, 
1965. 



H.R. 8212. — Herath, K. A. Reported from the 
Judiciary July 21, 1965; Rept. 637. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 742. Passed 
Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-120. 



H.R. 8218.— Willis, W. K. Reported from Judi- 
ciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 671. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Senate Sept. 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 695. Passed 
Senate Sept. 10, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 
Private Law 89-105. 



H.R. 8219. — Soon, C. M., et al. Reported from Judici- 
ary Mar. 17, 1966; Rept. 1337. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966. Judiciary; Rept. 1261. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, 1966. Private 
Law 89-250. 



H.R. 8232. — Spectrometer for Oklahoma University, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means 
Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1032. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 905. Passed Senate Oct. 
19, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 
89-195. 



H.R. 8244. — Taxes, cigars, excise tax on. Reported 
from Ways and Means Oct. 13, 1966; Rept. 2267. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 



H.R. 8272. — Isotope separator, free entry for Princeton 
University. Reported from Ways and Means 
Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1038. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 906. Passed Senate Oct. 
19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 
89-175. 



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H.R. 8283 (H. Hes. 431).— Eronomic Opportunity 
Amendments of 1965. Reported from Education 
and Labor May 27, 1965; Kept. 428. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 22, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 13, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Kept. 590. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 19, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference Aug. 19, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference Aug. 31, 1965. Conference 
report filed Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 1001. Conference 
report recommitted Sept. 15, 1965. Conference 
report filed Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1061. House agrees 
to conference report Sept. 23, 1965. Senate agrees 
to conference rcpDrt Sept. 24, 1965. Approved Oct. 
9, 1965. Public Law 89-253. 



H.R. 8310 (H. Res. 486) .—Vocational Rehabilitation 
Act Amendments of 1965. Reported from Education 
and Labor May 28, 1965; Rept. 432. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House July 29, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 30, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 806. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 1, 1965. 
House asks for a conference Oct. 7, 1965. Senate 
agrees to a conference Oct. 15, 1965. Conference 
report filed Oct. 21, 1965. Rept. 1204. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1965. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-333. 



H.R. 8317. — Courts, Oklahoma, transfer counties to 
Western District. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 22, 
1965; Rept. 1077. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 18, 1965. Reported in Senate July 21, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1395. Passed Senate July 25, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Public Law 89^526. 



H.R. 8330. — National Defense Education Act of 1958, 
deletion of loyalty oath. Reported from Education 
and Labor May 28, 1965: Rept. 431. Union Calendar. 
Union 194 



H.R. 8333 (H. Res. 524). — Armed Forces, cash awards 
for suggestions, inventions, etc. Reported from 
Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 774. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 2, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 678. 
Passed Senate Sept. 7, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-198. 



H.R. 8337. — District of Columbia, nurses, practical, 
licensing of. Reported from District of Columbia 
June 24, 1966; Rept. 1653. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 27, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 7, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1364. 
Passed Senate, amended, July 11, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment July 14, 1966. Ap- 
proved July 25, 1966. Public Law 89-518. 



H.R. 8350.— Blyth, C. et al. Reported from the 
Judiciary July 21, 1965; Rept. 638. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 847. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 29, 1965. 
Private Law 89-166. 



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HOUSK HILLS— Continued 

H.R. 8351. — Aiu, C. L. et al. Reported from the 
Judiciary July 21, 1965: Rept. 639. Priv.-it.- (Jilcn- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Rcportcfl in 
Senate Sept. 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 693. Passed 
Senate Sept. 10, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. 
Private Law 89-87. 



H.R. 8352. — Foreign Service, relief of certain employees. 
Reported from Judiciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 672. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
743. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Oct. 
1, 1965. Private Law 89-121. 



H.R. 8353. — Smith, B. J. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1140. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 924. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 7. 1965. Pri- 
vate Law 89-205. 



H.R. 8358. — Milan Compress Co. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1987. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1850. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. 
Private Law 89-442. 



H.R. 8370. — Appropriations, Agriculture and related 
agencies, 1966. Reported from Appropriations 
May 20. 1965; Rept. 364. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 26, 1965. Reported in Senate July 6, 
1965; Appropriations; Rept. 423. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 13, 1965. Senate asks for a conference 
Julv 13, 1965. House agrees to a conference Aug. 9, 
1965. Conference report filed Oct. 20, 1965. Rept. 
1186. House agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 
1965. House recedes and concurs, each with an 
amendment, in Senate amendments Nos. 27 and 55. 
Oct. 20, 1965. Senate agrees to conference report 
Oct. 21, 1965. Senate agrees to House amendments 
to Senate amendments Nos. 27 and 55 Oct. 21, 1965. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-316. 



H.R. 8371 (H. Res. 404) (H. Con. Res. 442).— Taxes, 
Excise Tax Reduction Act of 1965. Reported from 
Ways and Means May 28, 1965; Rept. 433. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 2, 1965. Reported in 
Senate June 14, 1965; Finance; Rept. 324. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 15, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference June 15, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference June 16, 1965. Conference report filed 
June 16, 1965. Rept. 525. House agrees to con- 
ference report June 17, 1965. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report June 17, 1965. Approved June 21, 
1965. Public Law 89-44. 



H.R. 8376. — Corkboard insulation, duty-free treatment; 
Reported from Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966; 
Rept. 1353. Union Calendar. Passed House May 2. 
1966. Reported in Senate May 18, 1965; Finance, 
Rept. 1170. Passed Senate May 19, 1966. Approved 
Mav 26, 1966. Public Law 89-431. 



H.R. 8418. — District of Columbia, Washington Gallery 
of Modern Art, exempt from taxation. Reported 
from District of Columbia Aug. 6, 1965; Rept. 741. 
Private Calendar. Recommitted Aug. 17, 1965. 



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H.R. 8436. — Tariff, watches, clocks, from insular pos- 
sessions, duty status. Reported from Ways and 
Means Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1076. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 5, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1679. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 11, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 10, 1966. 
Public Law 89-805. 



H.R. 8439 (H. Res. 408).— Armed Forces, Military 
Construction Authorization Act of 1966. Reported 
from Armed Services May 27, 1965; Rept. 386. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 10, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 21, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 338. Passed Senate, amended, June 28, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference June 28, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference July 13, 1965. Conference 
report filed Aug. 3, 1965. Rept. 713. House agrees 
to conference report Aug. 4, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Aug. 5, 1965. Vetoed Aug. 21, 
1965. (See H.R. 1077B.) 



H.R. 8445. — Judges, Tax Court, retirement increase, 
adjust. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 7, 
1965; Rept. 959. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate Jan. 19, 1966. 
Finance; Rept. 947. Passed Senate Jan 20, 1966. 
Approved Feb. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-354. 



H.R. 8457.— Mikulecky, R. G. Reported from Ju- 
diciary Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 917. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 848. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. Private 
Law 89-145. 



H.R. 8464 (H. Res. 413).— Debt, public, increase, fiscal 
year 1966. Reported from Ways and Means June I, 
1965; Rept. 438. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 9, 1965. Reported in Senate June 15, 1965; 
Finance; Rept. 330. Passed Senate June 16, 1965. 
Approved June 24, 1965. Public Law 89-49. 



H.R. 8466. — District of Columbia, insurance finance 
companies, regulate. Reported from District of 
Columbia Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. 736. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 4, 1966, District of Columbia, Rept. 1098. 
Passed Senate Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 18, 1966. 
Public Law 89-403. 



H.R. 8469 (H. Res. 471).— Federal employees, retire- 
ment annuities, increase. Reported from Post Office 
and Civil Service June 17, 1965; Rept. 529. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 30, 1965; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 653. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 8, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Sept. 9, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 27, 1965. Public Law 89-205. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 8484. — Armed Forces, motor vehicles, private, 
transportation of. Reported from Armed Services 
June 29, 1965; Rept. 559. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 460. Passed 
Senate July 19, 1965. Approved July 30, 1965. 
Public Law 89-101. 



H.R. 8496 (S. 2042).— Atomic Energy Act of 1964, 
indemnification agreements . Reported from the Joint 
Committee on Atomic Energy Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 
883. Union Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 16, 1965. 
{See S. 20A2.) 



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H.R. 8614. — Soda, Miss R. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 26, 1966; Rept. 1902. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1893. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-390. 



H.R. 8620. — Agriculture, disaster areas, compliance 
with acreage reduction agreements. Reported from 
Agriculture June 15, 1965; Rept. 517. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House June 21, 
1965. Reported in Senate July 22, 1965; Agriculture 
and Forestry; Rept. 502. Passed Senate July 23, 
1965. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-112. 



H.R. 8635. — Boxing, establish a commission on. Re- 
ported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce Aug. 
12, 1965; Rept. 784. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. 



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H.R. 8639. — Appropriations, State, Justice, and Com- 
merce, the Judiciary, and related agencies, 1966. Re- 
ported from Appropriations May 27, 1965; Rept. 427. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June I, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; Appropriations; 
Rept. 547. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 12, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference Aug. 12, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference Aug. 16, 1965. Conference 
report filed Aug. 18, 1965. Rept. 807. House agrees 
to conference report Aug. 19, 1965. Senate agrees 
to conference report Aug. 24, 1965. Approved Sept 
2, 1965. Public Law 89-164. 



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H.R. 8640.— Becker, Sgt. R. J. Reported from 
Judiciary July 22, 1965; Rept. 673. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 



H.R. 8641.— Trenholm, Maj. D. Reported from the 
Judiciary July 21, 1965; Rept. 640. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

Il.li. S042.— Tvroo, Col. E. V. Reported from Jiidi- 
ciarv Jiilv 22, 196.''); licpt. 074. Vrivnto Caloiuiiir. 
Passod ll'ouso .XuR. 3, I0C5. 

U.K. St)4().- llifkin Toxtilos Cori)., roliof. Kcportod 
from Jiidiciaiy Aii^;. '^, liUi.'); Hopt. 714. Privjito ('al- 
ondar. Tassod lloiiso Sept. 8, lOOf). Hoported in 
Senate Oct. 4, l'.)f)5; .Iiidiciar\ ; Hci)t. 849. Passed 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965. .\ppioved Oct. 30, 1965. 
Private Law 89-176 

II.R. 8647. — Troubadors Corp.s of Bridgeport, Conn., 
parade uniforms, free entry. Reported from Ways 
and Means Oct. 19, 1965; Kept. 1173. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 1, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Apr. 1, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1093. Passed 
Senate .\pr 1, 1966. Approved Apr. 18, 1966. 
Private Law No. 89-241. 

II.R. 8664 (II. Res. 1004).— Educational, Scientific, and 
Cidtural Materials Importation Act of 1966. (Flor- 
ence Agreement, implementation legislation.) Re- 
ported from Wavs and Means Julv 28. 1966; Rept. 
1779. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 12, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 5, 1966; Finance; Rept. 167S. 
Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Approved Oct. 14, 1966. 
Public Law 89-651. 

H.R. 8678. — Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore 
(Mich.), establish. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 25, 1966: Rept. 1896. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 19, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Rept. 1681. Passed Senate amended 
Oct. 7, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendment 
Oct. 10, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-668. 

H.R. 8694.— Knight, J. T. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1723. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1876. 

H.R. 8699 (S. 1880).— Mule Creek Oil Co., Inc., relief- 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 5, 
1966; Rept. 1813. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 16, 1966. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Ap- 
proved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-341. 

H.R. 8715. — Red Cross, International Committee of, 
contribution to. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
June 23, 1965; Rept. 548. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 24, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 643. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 26, 1965. House asks 
for a conference Sept. 14, 1965. Senate agrees to a 
conference Sept. 15, 1965. Conference report filed 
Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1016. House agrees to con- 
ference report Sept. 17, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Sept. 21, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Public Law 89-230. 

H.R. 8720. — Guam, legislators, salaries and expenses, 
allowances of members. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs July 1, 1965; Rept. 582. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Julv 12, 1965. Reported 
in Senate July 19, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 466. Passed Senate Julv 21, 1965. Approved 
July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-100. 

H.R. 8721. — Virgin Islands, salaries and allowances of 
legislature. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs July 1, 1965; Rept. 583. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
July 19, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 465. 
Passed Senate Julv 21, 1965. Approved Julv 30, 
1965. Public Law 89-98. 

H.R. 8727.— Adelberger, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reported 
from Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1724. Private 
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II.R. 8760. — Oil Pollution Act, implement. Rejiortcd 
from Merchant Marine and Fish(;ries June 8, 1966; 
Rept. 1620. Union (-alcndar. Pa.ssed HoUH(r June 
20, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; 
Commerce; Rept. 1479. Passed Senate Aug. 19, 
1966. Approved Sept. I, 1966. Public Law 89-551 . 

H.R. 8761. — Lighthouse Service, increase retired pay. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
July 1, 1965; Rept. 584. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 12, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 
1965; Commerce; Rept. 699. Passed Senate Sept. 10, 
1965. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public Law 
89-201. 

H.R. 8775. — -Appropriations, legislative branch ap- 
propriation bill, 1966. Reported from Appro- 
priations June 3, 1965; Rept. 442. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
.July 6, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 424. Passed 
Senate, amended, July 12, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference July 12, 1965. House concurs in Senate 
amendments Nos. 1 through 36, inclusive, and 42 and 
43 Julv 19, 1965. House disagrees to Senate amend- 
mentsNos. 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, and 49 
and agrees to a conference July 19, 1965. Conference 
report filed July 20, 1965; Rept. 630. House agrees 
to conference report July 21, 1965. House recedes 
and concurs in Senate amendment No. 38 with an 
amendment July 21, 1965. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report July 21, 1965. Senate agrees to the 
House amendment to Senate amendment No. 38 July 
22, 1965. Approved July 27, 1965. Public Law 
89-90. 

H.R. 8793. — Bennett, E.J. Reported from Judiciarv 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1428. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1324. Passed 
Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 8, 1966. 
Private Law 89-264. 

H.R. 8829.— Martin, S. Sgt. R. E. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 941. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 8833. — Corea (Cappadona), S. A. Reported 
from Judiciary Mar. 17, 1966; Rept. 1338. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1262. Passed 
Senate June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, 1966. 
Private Law 89-251. 

H.R. 8848. — American National Red Cross personnel, 
family transportation. Reported from Armed Serv- 
ices Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 804. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 

H.R. 8856 (S. 2103) (H. Res. 474).— Atomic Energy 
Act of 1954, intent of Congress, clarify sec. 271 relat- 
ing to. Reported from Joint Committee on Atomic 
Energy June 30, 1965; Rept. 567. Union Calendar. 
(Failed of passage under suspension of rules, July 12, 
1965.) Passed House July 29, 1965. In Senate 
ordered placed on calendar Aug. 2, 1965. Passed 
Senate Aug. 10, 1965. Approved Aug. 24, 1965. 
Public Law 89-135. 

H.R. 8862. — International Council of Scientific Unions 
and certain associated unions. Reported from 
Foreign Affairs June 15, 1965; Rept. 518. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 21, 1965. Reported 
in Senate July 20, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 
469. Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 3, 1965. Public Law 89-104. 



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H.R. 8865. — Poirier, R. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1265. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1393. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1966. Private 
Law 89-276. 

H.R. 8917. — Indians, Omaha Tribe, disposition of 
judgment funds. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 30, 1965; Rept. 891. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1683. 
Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 7, 1966. House agrees 
to Senate amendments Oct. 18, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-717. 

H.R. 8926 (S. 2080) (H. Res. 435) .—Coinage Act of 
1965. Reported from Banking and Currency June 
11, 1965; Rept. 509. Union Calendar. Passed 
House July 14, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid 
on table July 14, 1965. S. 2080, as amended, passed 
in lieu. 

H.R. 8937. — Turner, C. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1266. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1801. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-391. 

H.R. 8989 (H. Res. 525).— Federal Metal and Non- 
metallic Mine Safety Act. Reported from Education 
andLabor July 8, 1965; Rept. 606. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 2, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 22, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 1296. 
Passed Senate, amended, June 23, 1966. House asks 
for a conference Aug. 24, 1966. Senate agrees to a 
conference Aug. 24, 1966. Conference report filed 
Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 1921. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report Aug. 31, 1966. House agrees to con- 
ference report Aug. 31, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 
1966; Public Law 89-577. 

H.R. 9020. — Administrative Expenses Act, applicants 
travel costs. Reported from Government Opera- 
tions Aug. 2, 1965; Rept. 710. Union Calendar 

Union 330 

H.R. 9022 (H. Res. 480).— Schools, construction in 
areas affected by disasters. Reported from Educa- 
tion and Labor July 1, 1965; Rept. 587. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 28, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 783. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 1, 1965. 
House concurs in Senate amendments Nos. 1 through 
10 and No. 12. House concurs in Senate amendment 
No. 11 with an amendment Oct. 13, 1965. Senate 
concurs in House amendment to Senate amendment 
No. 11, Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-313. 

H.R. 9026 (S. 2054) (H. Res 473).— Peace Corps Act, 
amend. Reported from Foreign Affairs June 21, 
1965; Rept. 530. Union Calendar. Passed House 
July 29, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table 
July 29, 1965. S. 2054, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 9036. — Pendarvis, J. M., Jr., Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1988. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1753. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 6, 
1966. Private Law 89-469. 



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H.R. 9041. — Lincoln, J. S. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs July 1, 1965; Rept. 574. Private 
Calendar. Passed House July 13, 1965. Reported 
in Senate July 20, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 495. Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Approved 
Aug. 3, 1965. Private Law 89-30. 

H.R. 9042 (H. Res. 551). — Automotive Products Trade 
Act of 1965. Reported from Ways and Means June 
21, 1965; Rept. 537. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 31, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 27, 
1965; Finance; Rept. 782. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 30, 1965. Senate asks for a conference Sept. 
30, 1965. House agrees to a conference Oct. 1, 1965. 
Conference report filed Oct. 1, 1965; Rept. 1115. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 5, 1965. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 8, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-283. 

H.R. 9047. — Zinc, disposal from stockpile. Reported 
from Armed Services Sept. 8, 1965; Rept. 965. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 30, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 803. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 1, 1965. 
House asks for a conference Oct. 18, 1965. Senate 
agrees to a conference Oct. 19, 1965. Conference 
report filed Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1202. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1965. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 4, 1965. Public Law 89-322. 

H.R. 9070 (S. 1938).— Indians, Indian Long-Term 
Leasing Act, permit 99-year leases on Pyramid Lake 
Reservation, Nev. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Apr. 5, 1966; Rept. 1413. Union 
Calendar. Laid on table Apr. 18, 1966. S. 1938 
passed in lieu Apr. 18, 1966. 

H.R. 9075 (H. Res. 470). — Armed Forces, pay increase. 
Reported from Armed Services June 24, 1965: Rept. 
549. Union Calendar. Passed House July 20, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 6, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 544. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 11, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Aug. 12, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 21, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-132. 

H.R. 9147. — Agriculture, National Advisory Com- 
mittee, annual meetings. Reported from Agricul- 
ture Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1977. Union Calendar 

. Union 893 

H.R. 9149 (S. 2679) .—Watershed Protection and Flood 
Prevention Act, increase capacity. Reported from 
Agriculture Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1177. Union 
Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 22, 1965. (See 
S. 2679.) 

H.R. 9151. — Agriculture, Farmers Home Administra- 
tion, liens, valueless, release. Reported from Agricul- 
ture Oct. 14, 1966; Rept. 2279. Union Calendar.. - 
Union 1025 



H.R. 9167 (H. Res. 858) (S. 2191).— Narcotic Addict 
Rehabilitation Act of 1966. Reported from Judiciary 
May 9, 1966; Rept. 1486. Union Calendar. Recom- 
mitted with instructions June 1, 1966. Passed House 
June 1, 1966. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 6, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Oct. 12, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Oct. 13, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2316. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 19, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-793. 






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II. U. 9213. — Buzbee, \V. A. Ucportcd from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Ucpt. 1429. Priviito Calondar. PiV-ssed 
Houso Apr. 19, 1960. Uoportod in Spimto Oct. IS, 
1966; Judiciiirv; Kept. 1802. Pas.sod S«>imto Oct. 
20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89- 
392. 



11. U. 9217. — Armed Forces, Department of the .\rmy 
civili.'ui employees, Fort Sam Houston, Tex., relief. 
Reported from Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; Kept. 1430. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. IS, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1803. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Kov. 
2, 1966. Private Law 89-393. 

II. R. 9220.— Public Works Appropriation Act, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations June 17, 1965; Rept. 
527. Union Calendar. Passed House June 22, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 19, 1965; Appropriations; 
Rept. 632. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 23. 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference Aug. 23, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference Oct. 12, 1965. Conference re- 
port filed Oct. 13, 1965; Rept. 1163. House agrees to 
conference report Oct. 14, 1965. House recedes and 
concurs in Senate amendments Nos. 11 and 16. 
House recedes and concurs, with an amendment, in 
Senate amendment No. 17, Oct. 14, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 15, 1965. Senate 
agrees to the House amendment to Senate amend- 
ment No. 17, Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Oct. 28, 1965. 
Public Law 89-299. 

TI.R. 9221. — Department of Defense Appropriation 
Act, 1966. Reported from Appropriations June 17, 
1965; Rept. 528. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 23, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 18, 1965; 
Appropriations; Rept. 625. Passed Senate, amended, 
Aug. 25, 1965. Senate asks for a conference Aug. 25, 

1965. House agrees to a conference Aug 30, 1965. 
Conference report filed Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1006. 
House agrees to conference report Sept. 17, 1965. 
House recedes and concurs, each with an amendment, 
in Senate amendments Nos. 8, 10, 24 and 62. House 
recedes and concurs in Senate amendments Nos. 16 
and 31 Sept. 17, 1965. Senate agrees to conference 
report Sept. 21, 1965. Senate agrees to the House 
amendments to Senate amendments Nos. 8, 10, 24, 
and 62 Sept. 21, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. 
Public Law 89-213. 

H.R. 9247 (H. Res. 583) (S. 2167).— HemisFair 1968 
Exposition, Texas, U.S. participation. Reported 
from Foreign Affairs Sept. 9, 1965; Rept. 975. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 22, 1965. 
In Senate placed on calendar Sept. 23, 1965. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 28, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 6, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-284. 

H.R. 9273. — House of Representatives, printing, House 
documents. Reported from House Administration 
Sept. 3, 1965; Rept. 958. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. 

H.R. 9280. — Taxes, shells and cartridges, bird-scaring 
type, excise tax treatment. Reported from Ways 
and Means Oct. 13, 1966; Rept. 2272. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 9302.— Pittman, Lt. C. W., Jr. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 16, 1966; Rept. 1290. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 1, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1325. 
Passed Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 8, 

1966. Private Law 89-265. 



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H.R. 9323 (S. 2196). — Indians, revolving loan fund, 
increase appropriation uuthurixation. Reported from 
Interior and Insular AfTairs Aug. 29, 19fi('); Rept. 
1909. Union Calendar. Rules suspentknl. Passed 
House Sept. 6, 1966. In Senati; ordered placed on 
calendar Sept. 7, 1966. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 8, 1966. House asks for a conference Oct. 4, 
1966. 



H.R. 9332. — Indians, loans, guarantee and insurance 
of. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
Aug. 18, 1966; Rept. 1860. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. 



H.R. 9334 (S. 1988).— Maryland, property, real, con- 
vey. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1013. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Proceedings vacated. 
Laid on table Sept. 20, 1965. S. 1988 passed in lieu. 



H.R. 9336 (S. 1826).— Cuba, claims relating to. Re- 
ported from Foreign Affairs Aug. 2, 1965; Rept. 706. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended, Passed House 
Aug. 16, 1965. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 22, 
1965. House agrees to Senate amendments Sept. 
30, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 
89-262. 



H.R. 9339. — National School Lunch Act, special sum- 
mer program. Reported from Education and Labor 
May 4, 1966; Rept. 1473. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. 



H.R. 9348.— Wilmarth, Capt. H. G. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2148. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1851. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-394. 



H.R. 9351. — Shadomaster, measuring projector, for 
University of South Dakota, free entry. Reported 
from Ways and Means Sept. 14, 1955; Rept. 998. 
Private Calendar. Passed Houso Sept. 21, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 
907. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Nov. 
1, 1965. Private Law 89-196. 



H.R. 9417. — Jewel Cave National Monument, S. 
Dak, boundary. Reported from Interior and In- 
svilar Affairs Sept. 13, 1965; Rept. 981. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 22, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 766. Passed Senate Sept. 23, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-250. 

H.R. 9424. — Fish and wildlife, conservation and protec- 
tion of. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries Oct. 15, 1965; Rept 1168. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Oct. 18, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 
1463. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 31, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Sept. 19, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Sept. 26, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 6, 1966; Rept. 2205. Senate agrees 
to conference report Oct. 7, 1966. House agrees to 
conference report Oct. 13, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-669. 



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H.R. 9442. — Jun, K. S. Reported from Judiciary Oct. 
12, 1965; Rept. 1154. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1043. * Passed Senate, 
amended. Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-240. 



H.R. 9460 (S. 1483) (H. Res. 478).— National Founda- 
tion on the Arts and Humanities, establish. Re- 
ported from Education and Labor July 14, 1965; 
Rept. 618. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
15, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 
15, 1965. S. 1483, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 9495. — Roosevelt Memorial Commission, Frank- 
lin Delano, appropriation authorization, increase. 
Reported from House Administration Sept. 21, 1965; 
Rept. 1043. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1965; Rules and 
Administration; Rept. 867. Passed Senate Oct. 18, 
1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-305. 



H.R. 9497. — Agriculture, wheat referendum, extend. 
Reported from Agriculture June 30, 1965; Rept. 
571. Union Calendar. Passed House July 1, 1965. 
Reported in Senate July 7, 1965; Agriculture and 
Forestry; Rept. 425. Passed Senate July 9, 1965. 
Approved July 24, 1965. Public T,n,w 89-82. 



H.R. 9515 (S. 1065).— Great Falls property, Virginia, 
acquire for George Washington Memorial Parkway. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 14, 
1965; Rept. 986. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 20, 1965. Proceedings vacated. Laid on table 
Sept. 20, 1965. S. 1065, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 9520. — California, Inyo County, lands conveyed 
to estate of G. L. Morris et al. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs Aug. 2, 1966; Rept. 1800. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1966. Reported 
Oct. 7, 1966 in Senate; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1697. Passed Senate Oct. 10, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-364. 



H.R. 9521. — Davis, Clarence E. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 828. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 817. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved Oct. 23, 1965. 
Private Law 89-146. 



H.R. 9526. — Achilli, R. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 
25, 1965; Rept. 875. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 4, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 850. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 
1965. Approved Oct. 26, 1965. Private Law 
89-149. 



H.R. 9531 (S. 2218).— Fish, zone, establish beyond the 
territorial sea of the United States. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Sept. 26, 1966; Rept. 
2086. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Oct. 3, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on 
table Oct. 3, 1966. S. 2218, as amended, passed in 
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H.R. 9544. — Rubber, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 767. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 19, 1965; 
Armed Services; Rept. 626. Passed Senate Aug. 23, 
1965. Approved Sept. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-168. 

H.R. 9545. — Kenneay, John F., preserve evidence 
pertaining to the assassination of. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 813. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 851. 
Passed Senate Oct. 18, 1965 Approved Nov. 2, 
1965. Public Law 89-318. 



H.R. 9567 (H. Res. 527).— Education, Higher Educa- 
tion Act of 1965. Reported from Education and 
Labor July 14, 1965; Rept. 621. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 1, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 673. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 2, 1965. Senate asks 
for a conference Sept. 2, 1965. House agrees to a 
conference Sept. 15, 1965. Conference report filed 
Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1178. House agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 20, 1965. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 20, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Public Law 89-329. 



H.R. 9570. — Federal Firearms Act, relief from certain 
provisions. Reported from Ways and Means Aug. 2, 
1965; Rept. 708. House Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 666. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 15, 1965. Public Law 89-184. 

H.R. 9587. — Craig countercurrent distribution appa- 
ratus, for Colorado State University, free entry. 
Reported from Ways and Means; Sept. 14, 1965; 
Rept. 999. Private Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
21, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; Finance; 
Rept. 894. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-197. 

H.R. 9588. — Chair, rotating, for Louisiana State Uni- 
versity Medical Center, free entry. Reported from 
Ways and Means Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 1000. Pri- 
vate Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; Finance; Rept. 895. 
Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. 
Private Law 89-177. 



H.R. 9599. — George Rogers Clark National Historical 
Park, Ind., donation. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs May 31, 1966; Rept. 1562. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 6, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1354. Passed Senate July 11, 1966. Approved 
July 23, 1966. Public Law 89-517. 



H.R. 9627. — Education, National Elementary and 
Secondary Teacher Opportunities Act. Reported 
from Education and Labor Sept. 2, 1965; Rept. 953. 
Union Calendar Union 400 



H.R. 9643. — Raza, H., et al. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 27, 1966; Rept. 1454. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1263. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, 1966; Private 
Law 89-252. 



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II. H. 9713. — Freedom Commission and Freedom Aciui- 
oniv, establisli. Reported from Uii-Amerioan Activ- 
ities Julv 20, 19()5; Hept. (ViO. Union CalcMidar. 
Union 301 

H.R. 9734 (S. 1975).— International Pacific Halibut 
Commission, facilities for. Reported from Merchant 
Marino and Fisheries Sept. 14, 1965; Kept. 996. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 20, 1965. 
S. 1975 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 977S. — Armed Forces, military law, amend title 
10, United States Code. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965: Kept. 900. Union Calendar. Pa.ssed 
House Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. IS, 
1966; Judiciary ; Rept. 1748. Passed Senate amend- 
ed Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to Senate amend- 
ments Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-718. 

H.R. 9787. — Bachman, Lt. Col. L. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 3, 1965; Rept. 716. Private Calendar. 
Passed House ."^vig. 17, 1965. 

H.R. 9811 (H. Res. 512).— Agriculture, Food and 
Agriculture Act of 1965. Reported from Agriculture 
July 20, 1965; Rept. 631. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 19, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 7, 
1965; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 687. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 14, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference Sept. 14, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference Sept. 20, 1965. Conference report filed 
Oct. 6, 1965; Rept. 1123. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 8, 1965. Senate agrees to conference re- 
port Oct. 12, 1965. Approved Nov. 3, 1965. Public 
Law 89-321. 

H.R. 9824. — District of Columbia Life Insurance Act, 
financial standing advertisements. Reported from 
District of Columbia May 6, 1966: Rept. 1479. 
House Calendar. Passed House May 9, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 25, 1966; District of Columbia; 
Rept. 1529. Passed Senate Aug. 29, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-559. 

H.R. 9830. — Federal Property and Administrative 
Services Act, sidewalk repair. State reimbursement. 
Reported from Government Operations Sept. 14, 
1965; Rept. 994. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 1, 1965; Government Operations; Rept. 811. 
Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 
1965. Public Law 89-344. 

H.R. 9854. — Leary, A. T. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 3, 1965; Rept. 715. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 691. Passed Senate Sept. 10, 
1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 
89-114. 

H.R. 9867. — Highways, route markers, penalties for 
improper use. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 31, 
1965; Rept. 898. House Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 7, 1965. 

H.R. 9877. — American Hospital of Paris, property 
limitation. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965; 
Rept. 814. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
7, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 1965; Judi- 
ciary; Rept. 727. Passed Senate, amended Sept. 17, 
1965. House agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 21, 
1965. Approved Oct 1, 1965. Public Law 89-231. 



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H.R. 9883. — Taxes, small business corporations, special 
options. Reported from Ways and Means Feb. 1, 
1966; Rept. 1238. Union Calendar. Pa.ssed House 
Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Feb. 21, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1007. Passed Senate, amended, 
Mar. 2, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Mar. 30, 1966. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. Public 
Law 89-389. 



H.R. 9903. — ^Spectrograph for Yale University, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 20, 
1965; Rept. 1033. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 16, 1965; 
Finance; Rept. 900. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 
19, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 
22, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 
89-209. 



H.R. 9916. — Armed Forces, Academics, Military, 
Naval, and Air Force, appointment to. Reported 
from Armed Services July 11, 1966; Rept. 1690. 
Union Calendar. Passed House July 18, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Sept. 30, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 6170. Passed Senate Oct. 4, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-650. 



H.R. 9918. — District of Columbia, motor vehicle in- 
surance protection from uninsured drivers. Re- 
ported from District of Columbia Aug. 5, 1965; 
Rept. 737. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 
1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 26, 1966; District of 
Columbia; Rept. 1532. 



H.R. 9947. — House of Representatives, transportation 
to and from district, increase. Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 4, 1965; Rept. 724. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 11, 1965; Rules and Admin- 
istration; Rept. 570. • Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 
12, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments Aug. 
16, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 
89-147. 



H.R. 9961. — Veterans, payments when veteran has dis- 
appeared. Reported from Veterans' Affairs May 10, 
1966; Rept. 1503. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 16, 1966. Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1219. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 22, 1966; Public Law 89-467. 



H.R. 9963 (S. 2614) (H. Res. 741).— Alaska, centennial 
exposition in, U.S. participation. Reported from 
Public Works Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1187. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 2, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Mar. 2, 1966. S. 2614, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 9975. — Armed Forces, motor vehicles of deceased 
or missing personnel, shipment. Reported from 
Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 775. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 30, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 804. 
Passed Senate Oct. 1, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. 
Public Law 89-271. 



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H.R. 9976. — Courts, suits, just compensation for lands, 
to determine. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs July 29, 1966; Kept. 1784. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 20, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
1619. Passed Senate Sept. 21, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-624. 



H.R. 9985. — District of Columbia, firearms, physicians 
and hospitals report of injuries caused by. Reported 
from District of Columbia Aug. 6, 1965; Rept. 742. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Sept. 28, 1965; District of Colum- 
bia; Rept. 787. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 
1965. House asks for a conference Feb. 16, 1966. 
Senate agrees to a conference Feb. 28, 1966. Con- 
ference report filed Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 2229. Sen- 
ate agrees to conference report Oct. 12, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 13, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-776. 



H.R. 9991. — Giammalva, S. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 829. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. 



H.R. 10014. — House of Representatives, office space 
in district, increase allowance for. Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 4, 1965; Rept. 726. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 1965; Rules and Adminis- 
tration; Rept. 706. Passed Senate, amended Sept. 
10, 1965. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Sept. 14, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public 
Law 89-211. 



H.R. 10027 (H. Res. 772).— Labor, situs picketing at 
construction project sites. Reported from Educa- 
tion and Labor Sept. 21, 1965; Rept. 1041. House 
Calendar House 173 



H.R. 10065 (H. Res. 506).— Equal Employment Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1966. Reported from Education and 
Labor Aug. 3, 1965; Rept. 718. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 27, 1966. 



H.R. 10090.— Stutts, J. W., Jr. Reported from Judici- 
ary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2135. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 18, 1966. 



H.R. 10097.— North Counties Hydro-Electric Co., re- 
lief. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 
799. Private Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 
1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1965; Judiciary; 
Rept. 685. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 15, 1965. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 21, 1965. 
Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-210. 



H.R. 10104.^-Federal employees, title 5, United States 
Code, revi.se. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 31, 
1965; Rept. 901. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate July 21, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1380. Passed Senate, amended, 
July 25, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Aug. 11, 1966. Approved Sept. 6, 1966. Public 
Law 89-554. 



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H.R. 10115. — District of Columbia, District of Columbia 
home rule, provide. Reported from District of 
Columbia Sept. 3, 1965; Rept. 957. Union Calendar. 
Union 404 



H.R. 10132. — Martin, Joseph W., Jr., accept award of 
Military Order of Christ. Reported from Foreign 
Affairs Aug. 2, 1965; Rept. 704. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 622. Passed 
Senate Aug. 19, 1965. Approved Sept. 1, 1965. 
Private Law 89-61. 



H.R. 10133. — Frerichs, F. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1431. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1231. Passed Senate June 13, 
1965. Approved June 23, 1966. Private Law 89-253. 



H.R. 10139. — House of Representatives, telephone 
and telegraph allowance, increase. Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 4, 1965; Rept. 725. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 11, 1965; Rules and Admin- 
istration; Rept. 571. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-131. 



H.R. 10151. — Crespo, Dr. L. Reported from Judici- 
ary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2110. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1804. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 9, 1966. 
Private Law 89-471. 



H.R. 10185. — Taxes, estate tax provisions, deficiency 
due to fraud, penalty changed. Reported from 
Ways and Means. Jan. 25, 1966; Rept. 1222. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 9, 1966; Finance; Rept. 956. 
Passed Senate Feb. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 7, 
1966. Public Law 89-359. 



H.R. 10198.— Tariff, lumber. Shipping Act require- 
ments. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries Sept. 23, 1965; Rept. 1088. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 873. Passed Senate 
Oct. 18, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. Public 
Law 89-303. 



H.R. 10206 (S. 2092) .—Agriculture, Agricultural Mar- 
keting Agreement Act of 1937, onions, marketing 
agreements. Reported from Agriculture Aug. 24, 
1965; Rept. 846. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 7, 1965. 



H.R. 10220. — Wohabe, A. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 17, 1966; Rept 1339. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1391. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 25, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Aug. 2, 1966. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. 
Private Law 89-279. 



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H.R. 10232 (II. Res. 580) (S. 1766).— Water and sani- 
tation systems, establisli in rural areas. Reported 
from Agriculture Aug. 24, 1965; llept. 847. Union 
Calendar. Passed IIousc Sept. 23, 1965. Proceed- 
ings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 23, 1965. S. 1766, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 10234. — Armed Forces, reimbursement pro- 
cedures, medical, eliminate. Reported from Armed 
Services Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 805. Union Calendar. 
Passed IIousc Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 805. Passed 
Senate Oct. 1, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. 
Public Law 89-264. 



H.R. 10238.— Labor, Service Contract Act of 1965. 
Reported from Education and Labor Sept. 1, 1965; 
Rept. 948. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 798. 
Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 1, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 6, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-286. 



H.R. 10249. — Manninen, Mrs. E. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1989. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1852. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-395. 



H.R. 10253.— Bencomo, Dr. L. E. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2111. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in 
Senaet Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1894. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-396. 



H.R. 10256.— Blyth, J. D. W. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 935. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 883. Passed 
Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. 
Private Law 89-189. 



H.R. 10259.— Baumal, Dr. A. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2056. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1895. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-397. 



H.R. 10263. — Federal employees, judges, annuities of 
secretaries. Reported from Post Office and Civil 
Service Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 801. Union Calen- 
dar Union 359 



H.R. 10267. — Armed Forces, time limitations, correc- 
tion of military records and payments. Reported 
from Armed Services Aug. 9, 1966; Rept. 1825. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. 



H.R. 10274. — District of Columbia, chanceries, location. 
Reported from District of Columbia Aug. 6, 1965; 
Rept. 743. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 
1965. 



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HOUSK BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 10281 (II. Res. 536). — Federal employees, salary 
increase. Reported from Post Office and CAvil Serv- 
ice Aug. 16, 1965; Rept. 792. Union Calendar. 
Recommitted with instructions Sept. 30, 1965. 
Passed House Sept. 30, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1965; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 
910. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 22, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 22, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-301. 



H.R. 10284. — Lanham, Fritz Garland, Texas Federal 
office building named for. Reported from Public 
Works; Mar. 14, 1966; Rept. 1322. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 21, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 9, 1966; Public Works; Rept. 1438. Passed 
Senate Aug. 10, 1966. Approved Aug. 22, 1966. 
Public Law 89-541. 



II. R. 10288.— Santillano, Dr. A. B. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2033. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1914. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 21, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 22, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-398. 



H.R. 10292 (S. 2362).— Tsiang, H. S. Judiciary Com- 
mittee discharged. Passed House Oct. 12, 1965. In 
Senate ordered placed on calendar Oct. 13, 1965. 
Passed Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 
1965. Private Law 89-190. 



H.R. 10304. — District of Columbia, children, abuse, 
report by physicians and institutions. Reported from 
District of Columbia Aug. 6, 1965; Rept. 744. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 28, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 
788. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 30, 1965. 
House asks for a conference Feb. 16, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Feb. 28, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 11, 1966. Rept. 2230. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 12, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 13, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-775. 



H.R. 10305. — Nickel, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 768. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; 
Armed Services; Rept. 780. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 24, 1965. House asks for a conference Oct. 18, 
1965. Senate agrees to a conference Oct. 19, 1965. 
Conference report filed Oct. 21, 1965. Rept. 1203. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1965. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 1965. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1965. Public Law 89-323. 



H.R. 10306 (S. 2381).— Armed Forces, draft cards, de- 
struction or mutilation of. Reported from Armed 
Services Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 747. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 10, 1965. In Senate ordered 
placed on calendar Aug. 12, 1965. Passed Senate, 
Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 30, 1965. Public 
Law 89-152. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 10323 (H. Res. 504) .—Appropriations, Military 
Construction, 1966. Reported from Appropriations 
Aug. 6, 1965; Rept. 738. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 10, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 
1965; Appropriations; Rept. 620. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 20, 1965. Senate asks for a con- 
ference Aug. 20, 1965. House agrees to a conference 
Aug. 31, 1965. Conference report filed Sept. 16, 
1965 ; Rept. 1018. House agrees to conference report 
Sept. 17, 1965. Senate agrees to conference report 
Sept. 21, 1965. Approved Sept. 25, 1965. Public 
Law 89-202. 



H.R. 10327. — Cruises, passage money returned by 
abandonment or cancellation of. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Sept. 23, 1965; Rept. 
1089. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 18, 
1966; Commerce; Rept. 1483. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 22, 1966. House asks for a con- 
ference Oct. 13, 1966. Senate agrees to a conference 
Oct. 13, 1966. Conference report filed Oct. 14, 1966; 
Rept. 2285. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 
17, 1966. House agrees to conference report Oct. 19, 
1966. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-777. 



H.R. 10329 (S. 774).— Metric system in the United 
States, investigation and research of. Reported from 
Science and Astronautics Aug. 24, 1965; Rept. 850. 
Union Calendar Union 377 



H.R. 10330 (S. 7).— Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks Na- 
tional Recreation Area, W. Va., establish. Re- 
ported from Agriculture Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 909. 
Union Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 7, 1965; 
S. 7 passed in lieu. 



H.R. 10338. — Stevens, J. B. Reported from Judiciary 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 918. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1021. Passed Senate 
March 4, 1966. Approved Mar. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-229. 



H.R. 10342. — Bolton, Frances P., acceptance of French 
award, authorize. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
Aug. 16, 1965; Rept. 793. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 30, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 654. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1965. Approved Sept. 11, 1965. Pri- 
vate Law 89-64. 



H.R. 10357. — Medals, Secret Service, centennial, strike. 
Reported from Banking and Currency Oct. 22, 1965; 
Rept. 1207. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 4, 
1966. Reported in Senate June 15, 1966; Banking 
and Currency; Rept. 1279. Passed Senate June 16, 
1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Public Law 89-469. 



H.R. 10366. — Mount Rogers National Recreation 
Area, Va., establish. Reported from Agriculture 
Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 910. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 7, 1965. Reported in Senate May 19, 
1966; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1182. Passed 
Senate May 23, 1966. Approved May 31, 1966. 
Public Law 89-438. 



HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 10369. — Compacts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, 
and Vermont, bus taxation proration. Reported 
from Judiciary Aug 31, 1965; Rept. 896. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 13, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 866. 
Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 15, 1965. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 18, 1965. Ap- 
proved Nov. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-312. 



H.R. 10386 (S. 2420).— Presidents, former, protection 
of. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 18, 1965; Rept. 
806. Union Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 7, 1965. 

(See S. 24SO.) 



H.R. 10403.— Murzyn, E. F., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 942. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1044. Passed 
Senate, amended, Mar. 4, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Mar. 24, 1966. Approved Apr. 
4, 1966. Private Law 89-231. 



H.R. 10404.— Bailey, Lt. Col. J. E., Jr. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 943. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. 



H.R. 10405.— Blakeslee, Col. D. J. M., et al. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 944. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 



H.R. 10431 (S. 2912).— Indian, Chippewa Tribe land 
in trust. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs 
Feb. 11, 1966; Rept. 1279. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 21, 1966. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 1, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment June 8, 1966. Approved June 20, 1966. 
Public Law 89-459. 



H.R. 10451. — Colorado, land, transfer to Department 
of Agriculture. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Mar. 1, 1966; Rept. 1301. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
May 27, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
1188. Passed Senate June 1, 1966. Approved 
June 11, 1966. Public Law 89-446. 



H.R. 10476. — Haskell Institute, Kansas, retrocede con- 
current jurisdiction to. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Mar. 22, 1966; Rept. 1343. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in 
Senate May 27, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1192. Passed Senate June 1, 1966. Approved 
June 8, 1966. Public Law 89-442. 



H.R. 10481. — Owen, R. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2136. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 18, 1966. 



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HOUSK BILLS— Continued 

11. H. 10497. — District of Coliiinbia, telephone calls, 
oriniiiml penalties for lascivious. Reported from 
District of Cohnnhia Oct. S, 1965; Kept. 1132. 
House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1065. 



U.\{. 10516. — Taimiu extracts, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported froni Arn\ed Services Sept. S, 1965; Kept. 
96S. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; Armed Services; 
Kept. 778. Passed Senate Sept. 24, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-245. 



H.R. 10518. — Fair Labor Standards Amendments of 
1965. Reported from Education and Labor Aug. 25, 
1965; Rept. 871. Union Calendar Union 379 

H.R. 10553. — Federal employees, benefits, preserve. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Aug. 26, 
1965; Rept. 880. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1063. Passed 
Senate, amended, Mar. 14, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Mar. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 
30, 1966. Public Law 89-379. 



H.R. 10586. — Appropriations, Departments of Labor, 
and Health, Education, and Welfare Supplemental 
Appropriation Act, 1966. Reported from Appropri- 
ations Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 818. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 24, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 2, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 680. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 7, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference Sept. 7, 1965. House agrees to a confer- 
ence Sept. 8, 1965. Conference report filed Sept. 8, 
1965. Rept. 970. House agrees to conference report 
Sept. 9, 1965. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendment No. 8 Sept. 9, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Sept. 9, 1965. Approved Sept. 23, 
1965. Public Law 89-199. 



H.R. 10596.— Bellmard, A. L., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2137. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 

H.R. 10607 (H. Res. 781). — Federal employees, moving 
expenses, reimbursement for. Reported from Gov- 
ernment Operations Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1199. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 23, 1966. 
Reported in Senate June 30, 1966; Government 
Operations; Rept. 1357. Passed Senate July 11, 
1966. Approved July 21, 1966. Public Law 89-516. 

H.R. 10612. — Capital Transit Lines, Inc. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1067. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 



H.R. 10622. — Education, Teachers' Sabbatical Leave 
Act. Reported from Education and Labor Sept. 2, 
1965; Rept. 954. Union Calendar Union 401 



H.R. 10625. — Armed Forces, retired servicemen, 
family protection plan, tax treatment. Reported 
from Ways and Means Oct. 5, 1965; Rept. 1118. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1004. 
Passed Senate Feb. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 8, 
1966. Public Law 89-365. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 10633. — Indians, CJuilcuti Tribe, judgment for 
payment. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs June 30, 1966; Rept. 1684. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House July IS, 19()(). Rcj)orted in 
Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1686. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Ajjprovef! 
Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-655. 

H.R. 10656. — Yang, K. A. Reported from Judiciary 
July 21, 1966; Rept. 1753. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 
31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1571. Passed Senate 
Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 14, 1966. Private 
Law 89-294. 

H.R. 10662. — Dalton, L. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1990. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1853. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-399. 

H.R. 10674 (H. Res. 732).— Indians, Otoe and Mis- 
souria Tribe, judgment funds. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Feb. 11, 1966; Rept. 1280. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1687. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-661. 

H.R. 10700 (S. 2434).— Iowa, Clarinda, lease of real 
property. Reported from Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 2163. Union 
Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. (See S. 2434.) 

H.R. 10714. — Colemanite, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Sept. 8, 1965; Rept. 
969. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; Armed 
Services; Rept. 777. Passed Senate Sept. 24, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-246. 

H.R. 10715. — Chromite, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Sept. 8, 1965; Rept. 
967. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 776. Passed Senate Sept. 24, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-247. 

H.R. 10721. — Federal Employees' Compensation Act, 
increase benefits. Reported from Education and 
Labor Mar. 2, 1966; Rept. 1304. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 7, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 16, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1285. Passed Senate, amended, June 

20, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments June 

21, 1966. Approved July 4, 1966. Public Law 
89-488. 

H.R. 10722 (S. 2271).— Atomic Energy Commission, 
Nevada Test Site, employees, per diem. Reported 
from Government Operations Oct. 13, 1965; Rept. 
1161. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, passed 
House Oct. 18, 1965. Passed Senate, amended. Mar. 
2. 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Mar. 16, 1966. Approved Mar. 31, 1966. Public 
Law 89-383. 

H.R. 10744. — District of Columbia, alcoholic beverages, 
sale of and control; age limit raised. Reported from 
District of Columbia Mav 20, 1966; Rept. 1547. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 23, 1966. 



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H.R. 10747. — Indians, Duwamish Tribe, disposition of 
judgment funds. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs July 29, 1966; Rept. 1783. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
1688. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Approved Oct. 14, 
1966. Public Law 89-660. 

H.R. 10748.- — Copper, transfer from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Sept. 8, 1965; Rept. 
966. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; Armed 
Services; Rept. 775. Passed Senate Sept. 24, 1965. 
Approved Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-251. 

H.R. 10774. — Labor Management Relations Act, 
trust funds. Reported from Education and Labor 
Sept. 20, 1965; Rept. 1039. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. 

H.R. 10775. — Armed Forces, Military Construction 
Authorization Act, 1966. Reported from Armed 
Services Sept. 3, 1965; Rept. 956. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Sept 7, 1965. 
Passed Senate Sept. 9, 1965. Approved Sept. 16, 1965. 
Public Law 89-188. {Also see H.R. 8439.) 

H.R. 10779.— Bridge, Rio Grande, Pharr, Tex., con- 
struct. Reported from Foreign Affairs Sept. 21, 
1965; Rept. 1040. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 11, 1965; 
Foreign Relations; Rept. 859. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 13, 1965. House asks for a conference 
Oct. 22, 1965. Senate agrees to a conference Jan. 
20, 1966. 

H.R. 10823. — District of Columbia, student loans, in- 
surance increased. Reported from District of Colum- 
bia June 24, 1966; Rept. 1654. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 27, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 25, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1530. 
Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 29, 1966. House agrees 
to Senate amendment Sept. 7, 1966. Approved Sept. 
20, 1966. Public Law 89-594. 

H.R. 10832. — Relampagos, G. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1951. Private Calen- 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1896. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-400. 

H.R. 10838. — Postal Service employees at Eau Gallie, 
Fla., relief. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; 
Rept. 1433. Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 
19, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; Judi- 
ciary; Rept. 1269. Passed Senate June 13, 1966. 
Approved June 23, 1966. Private Law 89-254. 

H.R. 10846.— NabokofF, K., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966 ; Rept. 1432. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1854. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-401. 

H.R. 10860. — Oil, Hot Oil Act, ship in interstate com- 
merce. Reported from Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce June 16, 1966; Rept. 1631. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House June 20, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 
1544. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 1, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Oct. 5, 1966. 
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H.R. 10871. — Appropriations, foreign assistance and 
related agencies, 1966. Reported from Appropria- 
tions Sept. 2, 1965; Rept. 955. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 13, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 708. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 23, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference Sept. 23, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference Sept. 28, 1965. Conference report filed 
Sept. 30, 1965. Rept. 1103. House agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 1, 1965. House recedes and 
concurs with an amendment to Senate amendment 
No. 9. House recedes and concurs in Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 10 and 11 Oct. 1, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Oct. 5, 1965. Senate agrees to 
House amendment to Senate amendment No. 9, 
Oct. 5, 1965. Approved Oct. 20. 1965. Public Law 
89-273. 



H.R. 10873 (S. 2127).— Armed Forces, group life 
insurance for. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1003. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Sept. 20, 1965. 
S. 2127, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 10874. — Railroad Retirement Act, spouses' annui- 
ties. Reported from Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce Sept. 10, 1965; Rept. 976. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 14, 1965. Passed Senate Sept. 
15, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 
89-212. 



H.R. 10876. — Skyhne Churches Cemetery, quitclaim 
property to. Reported from Agriculture Oct. 7, 
1966; Rept. 2211. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 18, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-402. 



H.R. 10878. — Matsler, A. G. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1069. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 932. Passed Senate 
Oct. 22, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Private 
Law 89-211. 



H.R. 10990.— De Young, Maj. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Mar. 8, 1966; Rept. 1308. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1572. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-304. 



H.R. 10994.— Davis, Jr., C. T. et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1261. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1326. 
Passed Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 8, 
1966. Private Law 89-266. 



H.R. 10998. — Heptanoic acid, duty suspension. Re- 
ported from Wavs and Means Mar. 28, 1966; Rept. 
1354. Union Calendar. Passed House May 2, 
1966. Reported in Senate Mav 18, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1171. Passed Senate May 19, 1966. Approved 
May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-432. 



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II.U. IIOOC— \'etcrnns, burial allowniu-e, oxteiul. 
Keportod from \'oter!ins' Affairs Jan. 18, 1006; Hept. 
1213. Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Feb. 16, lOGt); Finance; Kept. 
1001. Passed Senate Feb. 21, 1966. .Approved 
IMar. 7, 1966. Public Law S*V-;{60. 



II. R. 11007. — A'etcrans' .\d ministration, Depnty Ad- 
ministrator, authority. Reported from \'eterans' 
Affairs Jan. IS, 1966;" Rept 1214. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1002. Passed Senate 
Feb. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-361. 



H.R. 11029. — Tariff, woven fabrics, tariff treatment. 
Reported from Ways and Means Sept 29, 1965; 
Rept. 1100. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate Apr. 
1, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1092. Passed Senate, 
amended, Apr. 1, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Apr. 6, 1966. Approved Apr. 19, 1966. 
Public Law S9-405. 



H.R. 11035.— Ward, E. W. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1434. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 19, 1966. 

H.R. 11038.— Bettendorf, Mrs. E. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1435. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1573. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 1966. 
Private Law 89-298. 

H.R. 11087. — District of Columbia, foreign business 
corporations, requirements for. Reported from 
District of Columbia Alav 20, 1966; Rept. 1546. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 23, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; District of Columbia; 
Rept. 1521. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 29, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 7, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-591. 



H.R. 11089 (S. 476). — Airports, proximity to national 
parks; construct. Reported from Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce Oct. 6, 1966; Rept. 2195. Union 
Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 17, 1966. (.See 
S. 476.) 

H.R. 11096. — Graphite, quartz and lump talc, disposal 
from stockpile. Reported from Armed Services 
Sept. 21, 1965: Rept. 1045. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 12, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 862. Passed 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. 
Public Law 89-310. 



H.R. 11135 (H. Res. 598).— Agriculture, Sugar Act 
Amendments of 1965. Reported from Agriculture 
Sept. 21, 1965; Rept. 1046. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 13, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1965; Finance; Rept. 909. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 20, 1965. Senate asks for a conference 
Oct. 20, 1965. House agrees to a conference Oct. 20, 
1965. Conference report filed Oct. 22, 1965; Rept. 
1209. House agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 
1965. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 
1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-331. 

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TI.H. 11158. — Treasiu'v Department, working capital 
fund. Rei)orted from Way.s and Mcsans Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. 2268. Union Calendar. Passed House 
f)ct. 21, 1966. 

H.H. 11216. — Tariff, articles assembled abroad of U.S. 
products. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 30, 
1965; Rept. 1104. L^nion Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 13, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1600. Passed Senate, amended, 
Sept. 15, 1966. House asks for a conference Oct. 12, 
1966. Senate agrees to a conference Oct. 13, 1966. 
Conference report filed Oct. 17, 1966; Rept. 2297. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 19, 1966. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-806. 

H.R. 11224.— Raphael, Dr. P. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2057. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1897. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-403. 

H.R. 11227. — Keogh, Eugene J., acceptance of the 
award of the Order of Isabella the Catholic, authorize. 
Reported from Foreign Affairs May 24, 1966; Rept. 
1552. Private Calendar. Passed House June 7, 
1966. Reported in Senate June 17, 1966; Foreign 
Relations; Rept. 1286. Passed Senate June 20, 1966. 
Approved July 4, 1966. Private Law 89-260. 

H.R. 11251. — Kupper, H. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1437. Private Calendar. Passed 
House June 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1574. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 
1966. Approved Sept. 20, 1966. Private Law 
89-311. 

H.R. 11253.— White Deer Baptist Church, Pa., prop- 
erty conveyed to. Reported from Judiciary May 9, 
1966; Rept. 1495. Private Calendar. Passed House 
May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1652. Passed Senate Sept. 26, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-342. 

H.R. 11254.— Galura (Bersamin), J. G. Reported 
from Judicary Aug. 31, 1966; Rept. 1926. Pri- 
vate Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1898. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-404. 

H.R. 11256 (H. Res. 1005).— Taxes, Federal Tax Lien 
Act of 1966. Reported from Ways and Means Aug. 
24, 1966; Rept. 1884. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 12, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 11, 
1966; Finance; Rept. 1708. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 13, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-719. 

H.R. 11257. — Taxes, bank holding companies, in- 
come tax treatment. Reported from Wavs and 
Means Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1973. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 
13, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1723. 

H.R. 11267. — House of Representatives, electrical 
equipment, remove limitations. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 6, 1965; Rept. 1122. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 18, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; Rules and Adminis- 
tration; Rept. 913. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1965. 
Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-342. 



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H.R. 11271.— Granite City Defense Depot (111.), cer- 
tain employees, relief. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1966; Rept. 1262. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 157^. Passed Senate 
Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. Private 
Law 89-307. 



H.R. 11300. — Armed Forces, mailing privileges, pro- 
vide. Reported from Post Office and Civil Service 
Oct. 1, 1965; Rept. 1113. Union Calendar, Union 475 



H.R. 11303 (S. 2572).— Federal employees, retirement 
annuities, extend. Reported from Post Office and 
Civil Service Sept. 30, 1965; Rept. 1102. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. In Senate 
ordered placed on calendar Oct. 6, 1965. Passed 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-314. 



H.R. 11312. — Indians, Hoopa Valley Tribe, claim. Re- 
ported from Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1725. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. 



H.R. 11322. — Education, Elementary and Preschool 
Child Development Act. Reported from Education 
and Labor Mar. 3, 1966; Rept. 1306. Union Cal- 
endar Union 558 



H.R. 11347.— Piotrowski, M. A. (Marek, C). Reported 
from Judiciary July 21, 1966; Rept. 1754. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1576. 
Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 14, 
1966. Private Law 89-295. 



H.R. 11420. — Armed Forces, mailing privileges, pro- 
vide. Reported from Post Office and Civil Service 
Oct. 5, 1965; Rept. 1117. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 8, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 14, 
1965; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept 874. 
Passed Senate Oct. 18, 1965. Approved Nov. 1, 1965. 
Public Law 89-315. 



H.R. 11428.— District of Columbia, Washington Chan- 
nel waterfront, leaseholds. Reported from District 
of Columbia Oct. 9, 1965; Rept. 1133. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed Oct. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1579. 
Passed Senate, amended. Sept 6, 1966. House agrees 
to Senate amendment with an amendment Oct. 19, 
1966. 



H.R. 11439. — District of Columbia, teachers annuities, 
increase. Reported from District of Columbia Oct. 
9, 1965; Rept. 1134. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Apr. 21, 
1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1135. Passed 
Senate, amended, May 10, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments June 27, 1966. Approved July 
5, 1966. Public Law 89-494. 



H.R. 11467.— McGavin, J. J., CWO. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1991. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate, Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1754. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
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H.R. 11475. — Fish, Jellyfish, control or elimination of. 
Reported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries 
Sept. 27, 1966; Rept. 2088. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 3, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 
1966; Commerce; Rept. 1834. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 19, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-720. 



H.R. 11487. — District of Columbia, District of Colum- 
bia Revenue Act of 1965. Reported from District 
of Columbia Oct. 9, 1965; Rept. 1135. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1965. Reported in 
Senate May 11, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 
1157. Passed Senate, amended, May 16, 1966. 
House asks for a conference June 2, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference June 15, 1966. Conference 
report filed Sept. 27, 1966. Rept. 2089. Senate 
agrees to conference report Sept. 28, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Sept. 29, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-610. 



H.R. 11488. — Armed Forces, Medical Service Corps, 
brigadier general authorized. Reported from Armed 
Services Aug. 9, 1966; Rept. 1824. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 9, 1966; Armed Services: Rept. 1595. Passed 
Senate Sept. 13, 1966. Approved Sept. 24, 1966. 
Public Law 89-603. 



H.R. 11509. — Universal Military Training and Service 
Act, reemployment provisions, clarify. Reported 
from Armed Services Mar. 1, 1966; Rept. 1303. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 7, 1966. 



H.R. 11516. — Anglo, Dr. L. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2034. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. 



H.R. 11539. — Disasters, Southeast Hurricane Disaster 
Rehef Act of 1965. Reported from PubUc Works 
Oct. 13, 1965; Rept. 1164. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House Oct. IS, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 20, 1965; PubUc Works; Rept. 
917. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1965. Approved 
Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-339. 



H.R. II555 (H. Res. 976) (S. 2630).— Chamizal bound- 
ary dispute. United States and Mexico, settlement, 
provide border highway. Reported from Public 
Works Aug. 9, 1966; Rept. 1827. {Failed of passage 
under suspension of rules Aug. 15, 1966.) Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 22, 1966. In Senate 
ordered placed on calendar Sept. 27, 1966. Passed 
Senate, amended. Oct. 3, 1966. House asks for a 
conference Oct. 12, 1966. Senate agrees to a con- 
ference Oct. 12, 1966. Senate agrees to conference 
report Oct. 19, 1966. Conference report filed Oct. 
19, 1966; Rept. 2322. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. 
Public Law 89-795. 



H.R. 11570. — Kemp, J. R. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2149. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1805. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-406. 



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H.U. 11588. — Appropriations, SMppleniiMUal Appropri- 
ation .Act, 10(>(>. Hi'ported from .Vppropriation.f 
Oct. Kl lOt')."); Hopt. 11 (V2. I'nion Cnlondar. 
Passed lloiiso Oct. 14, 11)05. Reported in Senate 
Oct. I!). H)65; Appropriations; Hept. 912. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 20, 1!)()5. Senate asks for a 
conference Oct. 20, 1065. House agrees to a con- 
ference Oct. 20, 1965. Conference report filed Oct. 
21, 1965; Hept. 1198. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 21, 1965. House recedes and concurs in 
Senate amendments Nos. 29, 31, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 48, 
55, 56, 60, 62, 63, 70, 78, ,S0 through 84, and 89. 
House recedes and concurs, each witli an amendment, 
in Senate amendments Xos. 14, 18, 30, 53, 66, and 85 
Oct. 21, 1965. Senate agrees to conference report 
Oct. 21, 1965. Senate agrees to House amendments 
to Senate amendments Nos. 14, 18, 30, 53, 66, and 85, 
Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Oct. 31, 1965. Public 
Law 89-309. 

H.R. 11590. — Llorens, Dr. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 21, 1966: Rept. 2058. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20. 1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1899. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-407. 

H.R. 11617. — Becky, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2112. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966, Judiciary; Rept 1806. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-408. 

H.R. 11631. — Veterans' Administration, health service 
personnel, training of. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Feb. 1, 1966; Rept. 1240. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 13, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1727. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 14, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments with an amend- 
ment Oct. 21, 1966. Senate agrees to House amend- 
ment to Senate amendment Oct. 22, 1966. Approved 
Nov, 7, 1966. Public Law 89-785. 

H.R. 11640. — -Dumois, Dr. J. A. Reported from Ju- 
diciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2113. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1900. Passed 
Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-409. 

H.R. 11653. — Graphite, natural, dutv-free treatment. 
Reported from Ways and Means' Mar. 28, 1966; 
Rept. 1355. Union Calendar. Passed House Mav 
2, 1966. Reported in Senate Mav 18, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1172. Passed Senate May 19, 1966. Approved 
May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-433. 

H.R. 11660. — Taxes, investment credit carrybacks, 
refund of. Reported from Wavs and Means Sept. 
30, 1966; Rept. 2161. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 11, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1709. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-721. 

H.R. 11664. — District of Columbia, stock insurance 
companies, regulate. Reported from District of 
Columbia Oct. 20, 1965; Rept. 1182. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Apr. 4, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 
1099. Passed Senate, amended, Apr. 5, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments Apr. 6, 1966. 
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H.H. 11667 (S. 1377).— (! old Mine As.sistance Act of 

1965. Reported from Interior and Insular Aflairs 
Aug. 31, 1966; Rept. 1923. Union Calendar. 
Union 882 

H.R. 11671.— El Paso County Water Improvement 
District No. 1, contract with. Reported from Inte- 
rior and Insular Affairs July 12, 1966; Rept. 1693. 
Union Calendar. Passed House July IS, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate .\ug. 4, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1429. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 
8, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendment Aug. 

11, 1966. Approved Aug. 23, 1066. Public Law 
89-543. 

H.H. 11676.— Bradley, J. R., et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1992. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1807. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-410. 

H.R. 11696 (H. Res. 967).— Federal Maritime Act of 

1966. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries Aug. 8, 1966; Rept. 1820. Union Calendar. 
Union 838 

H.R. 11718.— Philippot, J. L. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Apr. 28, 1966; Rept. 1459. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 21, 1966; Judiciarv; Rept. 1381. Passed Senate 
July 25, 1966. Approved Aug. 4, 1960. Private 
Law 89-277. 

H.R. 11747. — Veterans, hospitalized, benefits reduc- 
tion, conditions. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Jan. 18, 1900; Rept. 1215. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1003. Passed Senate 
Feb. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-362. 

H.R. 11748.— Veterans, travel expenses to Veterans' 
Administration facilities, payment of. Reported 
from Veterans' Affairs Jan. 18, I960: Rept. 1216. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 7, 1906. Re- 
ported in Senate June 8, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1214. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 18, 1960. Public Law 89-455. 

H.R. 11753. — Mass spectrometer for Indiana Universi- 
ty, free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 

12, 1966; Rept. 2234. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 11765. — Taxes, income straddle transactions, 
treatment of certain. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 3, 1966; Rept. 2174. Union Calendar. 
Pas.scd House Oct. 11, 1906. 

H.R. 11775. — Guam, Governor, election of . Reported 
from Interior and Insular Affairs May 11, 1966; 
Rept. 1520. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Mav 16, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 10, 1966; Interior and Insular .Affairs; Rept. 

1704. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 11, 1966. 

H.R. 11777. — Virgin Islands, Governor, election of. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs May 11, 
1966; Rept. 1519. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Mav 16, 1906. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 10, 1906; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 

1705. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 11, 1966. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 11778. — Welfare and pension plans, provide 
safeguards. Reported from Education and Labor 
Sept. 1, 1966; Kept. 1930. Union Calendar. 
Union 885 

H.R. 11781 (S. 2471).— Coast Guard, laws, to improve 
and clarify. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries May 12, 1966; Rept. 1523. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House May 25, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table May 25, 1966. S. 2471 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 11782. — Taxes, debt obligations, reserve for. 
Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 30, 1966; 
Rept. 2157. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 11, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1710. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-722. 

H.R. 11844.— Feole, M. G. L Reported from Judici- 
ary July 21, 1966; Rept. 1755. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1577. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-308. 

H.R. 11880 (S. 2747) (H. Res. 977).— Water, Lower 
Rio Grande salinity problem, solution of. Reported 
from Foreign Affairs July 20, 1966; Rept. 1744. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 1, 1966. 
Proceedings vacated, laid on table Sept. 1, 1966. 
S. 2747, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 11927. — Veterans' Administration, brokers' fees 
for property management. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Feb. 1, 1966; Rept. 1239. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 20, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1613. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-625. 

H.R. 11934.- — Veterans, drugs and medicine for. Re- 
ported from Veterans' Affairs May 10, 1966; 
Rept. 1504. Union Calendar. Passed House May 
16, 1966. 

H.R. 11940.— Osteen, F. M. Reported from Judiciary 
May 9, 1966; Rept. 1491. Private calendar. Passed 
House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1515. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 
1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 89- 
286. 

H.R. 11941. — Rheogoniometer for Case Institute, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 12, 
1966; Rept. 2235. Union Calendar Union 998 

H.R. 11946. — Anderson, A. Reported from Judiciary 

Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1993. Private Calendar 

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H.R. 11952. — Karidakis, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2114. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1901. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-411. 

H.R. 11957. — Williams, M. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2115. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1902. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-412. 



HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 11979. — Armed Forces, dependents, evacuation 
of, allowances, make permanent. Reported from 
Armed Services July 20, 1966; Rept. 1749. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 9, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1594. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 13, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Sept. 15, 1966. Ap- 
proved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-608. 

H.R. 11980. — Germany, obsolete German weapons, 
donation to. Reported from Armed Services May 10, 
1966; Rept. 1518. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 16, 1966. Reported in Senate July 28, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1415. Passed Senate July 29, 
1966. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-533. 

H.R. 11984. — Armed Forces, leave in certain foreign 
areas, authorize. Reported from Armed Services 
July 25 1966; Report No. 1764. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. 

H.R. 12031.— Watkin, Col. W. W. Jr., permanent rank, 
authorize. Reported from Armed Services June 15, 
1966; Rep . 1625. Private Calendar. Passed House 
June 21, 1966. Reported in Senate July 28, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1419. Passed Senate July 29, 
1966. Approved Aug. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-278. 

H.R. 12047 (H. Res. 1007).— Vietnam, U.S. Armed 
Forces, obstruction of and aid to enemy. Reported 
from Un-American Activities Aug. 29, 1966; Rept. 
1908. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 13, 
1966. 

H.R. 12110. — Ship model for Lutheran church, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 12, 
1966; Rept. 2238. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 12119.— District of Columbia, bridge, construct. 
Reported from District of Columbia June 24, 1966; 
Rept. 1655. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
27, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 1620. Passed Senate 
Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 
89-627. 

H.R. 12169 (H. Res. 742) .—Supplemental foreign 
assistance authorization, 1966. Reported from 
Foreign Affairs Feb. 22, 1966; Rept. 1295. Lnion 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 24, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 9, 1966; Foreign Relations; Rept. 
1060. Passed Senate, amended. Mar. 10, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Mar. 14, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Mar. 14, 1966. Conference 
report filed Mar. 15. 1966. Rept. 1328. Senate 
agrees to conference report Mar. 15, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Mar. 16, 1966. Approved 
Mar. 18, 1966. Public Law 89-371. 

H.R. 12173 (H. Res. 708) (S. 1698J.— Banks, bank 
mergers, review of. Reported from Bankmg and 
Currency Jan. 24, 1966; Rept. 1221. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 8, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Feb. 8, 1966. S. 1698, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H R 12197.— Rheogoniometer for Tufts University, 
free entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 12, 
1966; Rept. 2239. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1966. 



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HOUSK IMM.S ("oiUiiuuMl 

U.K. 12232.- -Slii) laws ami tioatios, make logal ovi- 
(ionco. Roportod from JiKliciary Fol). 3, 1966; 
Hopt. 1251. Mouse CaliMular. Pa-^scd House Fc>l). 
21, 1966. Reported in Senate ,Iune 24, 1966; .Judi- 
ciary; Kept. 1310. Passed Senate Juno 27, 1966. 
Approved July S, 1966. Public Law S9-497. 



H.R. 12237.— Tri-St4Vtes Construction Co., Inc., Florida, 
relief. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 7, 196(); Rept. 
1436. Private Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. IS, 1966; Judiciarv; 
Rept. 1755. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-443. 



H.R. 12262. — Shoe lathes, dutv suspension. Reported 
from Ways and Means Mar. 2S, 1966; Rept. 1356. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mav 2, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate May 18, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1173 . 
Passed Senate JMay 19, 1966. Approved May 31, 
1966. Public Law 89-437. 



H.R. 12264. — Indians, Apache Tribe, lands in trust. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs Feb. 11, 
1966; Rept. 1281. Union Calendar. Pas.sed House 
Feb. 21, 1966. Reported in Senate May 27, 1966; 
Interior and Insular AflFairs; Rept. 1190. Passed 
Senate June 1, 1966. Approved June 9, 1966. 
Public Law 89-445. 



H.R. 12265 (S. 1904).— Indians, Pueblos Tribes, lands 
for school purposes. Reported from Interior and 
Insular AfiFairs Feb. 11, 1966; Rept. 1282. Union 
Calendar. Laid on table Feb. 21, 1966. S. 1904 
passed in lieu. 



H.R. 12270. — Boy Scouts Jamboree and Conference, 
military support for. Reported from Armed 
Services May 12, 1966; Rept. 1524. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 12, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 15, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1277. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 16, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment June 22, 1966. Approved Julv 
4, 1966. Public Law 89-490. 



H.R. 12315. — Calloway, A. A. Reported from Judici- 
ary May 9, 1966; Rept. 1492. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 17, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1516. Passed 
Senate Aug. 26, 1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. 
Private Law 89-287. 



H.R. 12317.— Fernandez-Conde, Dr. A. J. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 21, 1966: Rept. 2059. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1903. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-413. 



H.R. 12318. — Educational equipment, free importa- 
tion. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. 2269. Union Calendar Union 1019 



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IIOUSK HILLS -CoiiliiiMcd 

H.R. 12.322 (H. Res. 750).— Agriculture, Cotton Re- 
.search and Promotion Act. Reported from Agri- 
culture Feb. 24, 1966; Rept. 1300. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 3, l".)()6. Reported in Senate 
June 13, 1966; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1272. 
Piujsed Senate, ameiuled, June 15, 1966. House asks 
for a conference June 16, 196(). Senate agrees to a 
confluence June 16, 1966. Senati; agrees to con- 
ference report Jiuie 28, 1966. Conference report 
filed June 29, 1966. Rept. 1673. House agrees to 
conference report June 30, 1966. Approved July 13, 
1966. Public Law 89-502. 



H.R. 12328. — Tanning extracts, duty suspension. 
Reported from Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966: 
Rept. 1357. Union Calendar. Passed House May 
2, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1539. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approv- 
ed Sept. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-573. 



H.R. 12352. — Florida, Pinellas County, lands con- 
veyed to. Reported from Veterans' Affairs Aug. 2, 
1966; Rept. 1799. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; 
Government Operations; Rept. 1617. Passed Senate 
Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 
89-630. 



H.R. 12360. — Agriculture, grain storage facilities, 
sale of. Reported from Agriculture Sept. 1, 1966; 
Rept. 1974. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 
18, 1966; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1835. 
Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1966. Approved Nov. 5, 
1966. Public Law 89-758. 



H.R. 12389. — Arkansas Post National Memorial, appro- 
priation authorization, increase. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs June 1, 1966; Rept. 1567. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 20, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate July 22, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1402. Passed Senate July 27, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-530. 



H.R. 12396. — Johnson, E. P. Reported from Judiciary 
Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1438. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1270. Passed Senate 
June 13, 1966. Approved June 23, 1966. Private 
Law 89-255. 



H.R. 12410. (S. 9). — Veterans, Veterans' Readjustment 
Benefits Act of 1966. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Feb. 3, 1966; Rept. 1258. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. 
Proceedings vacated, laid on table Feb. 7, 1966. 
S. 9, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 12437. — Indians, Nooksack Tribe, disposition of 
judgment funds. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 1918. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 1689. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 14, 1966. Public Law 89-656. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 12453.— Health, International Health Act of 1966. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Mar. 11, 1966; Rept. 1317. Union Calendar. 
Union 562 



H.R. 12461. — Istle, duty suspension. Reported from 
Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966; Rept. 1358. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 2, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1540. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 13, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-575. 



H.R. 12463. — Chicory, duty suspension. Reported 
from Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966; Rept. 1359. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 2, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate May 18, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1174. 
Passed Senate May 19, 1966. Approved May 31, 
1966. Public Law 89-439. 



H.R. 12512.— Elliott, C. V. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1726. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 
18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1756. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-414. 



H.R. 12536 (H. Res. 1008).— Armed Forces, transpor- 
tation of house trailers and mobile homes. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 
1871. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. 



H.R. 12543 (S. 3353).— Paintings, German, transfer to 
Germany. Reported from Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Sept. 22, 1966: Rept. 2066. House 
Calendar. Laid ou table Sept. 27, 1966. S. 3353 
passed in lieu. 



H.R. 12563. — Asian Development Bank Act. Re- 
ported from Banking and Currency Feb. 7, 1966; 
Rept. 1267. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 24, 1966; Foreign Relations; Rept. 1008. Passed 
Senate Mar. 2, 1966. Approved Mar. 16, 1966. 
Public Law 89-369. 



H.R. 12591 (S. 2858).— Merchant Marine Act of 1936, 
construction differential subsidies, extend to June 30, 
1968. Reported from Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries June 7, 1966; Rept. 1617. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 20, 1966. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table June 20, 1966. S. 2858, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 



H.R. 12596. — Immigration and Nationality Act, resi- 
dent status, adjustment. Reported from Judiciary 
July 27, 1966; Rept. 1771. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 12615 (H. Res. 896).— Armed Forces, reimburse- 
ment for certain travel expenses. Reported from 
Armed Services June 16, 1966; Rept. 1630. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 



H.R. 12617 (H. Res. 820).— Ryukyu Islands, economic 
and social development, increase funds for. Re- 
ported from Armed Services, Mar. 31, 1966; Rept. 
1406. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 25, 
1966. 



H.R. 12657. — Alumina and bauxite, duty suspension. 
Reported from Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966; 
Rept. 1360. Union Calendar. Passed House May 
2, 1966. Reported in Senate May 18, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1175. Passed Senate May 19, 1966. Approved 
May 31, 1966. Public Law 89-440. 



H.R. 12664. — Veterans' Administration, Fort Lyon 
Hospital, retrocede to Colorado. Reported from 
Veterans' Affairs May 10, 1966; Rept. 1505. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 16, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1615. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-626. 



H.R. 12676. — Copper, suspension of duty. Reported 
from Ways and Means May 4, 1966; Report 1472. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
May 16, 1966. Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1220. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 23, 1966. Public Law 89-468. 



H.R. 12723 (H. Res. 978).— Veterans, drugs and 
medicine for aid-and-attendance pensioners. Re- 
ported from Veterans' Affairs, Aug. 2, 1966; Rept. 
1798. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. 



H.R. 12752 (H. Res. 736).— Tax Adjustment Act of 
1966 and social security benefits at age 72. Reported 
from Ways and Means Feb. 15, 1966; Rept. 1285. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 23, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1010. 
Passed Senate, amended. Mar. 9, 1966. Senate 
asks for a conference Mar. 9, 1966. House agrees 
to a conference Mar. 10, 1966. Conference report 
filed Mar. 14, 1966; Rept. 1323. House agrees to 
conference report Mar. 15, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report Mar. 15, 1966. Approved Mar. 
15, 1966. Public Law 89-368. 



H.R. 12762. — Coast Guard, fund authorization. Re- 
ported from Merchant Marine and Fisheries Mar. 2, 
1966; Rept. 1305. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Mar. 7, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 17, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 1077. 
Passed Senate Mar. 21, 1966. Approved Mar. 30, 
1966. PubUc Law 89-381. 



H.R. 12781.— Santos-Estevez, Dr. M. 0. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2116. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1904. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-415. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Contiiimul 

II. R. rJS'22. — Vessels, nuval, loan to Argentiiiii, Hrazil, 
Chile, Colombia, Korea, and I'eni, extend. Reported 
from Armed Services Oct. 5, 1966; Rept. 218G. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 17, 1066. 
Reported in Senate Oct. U), 1066; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1S42. 

H.R. 12826. — Yung, K. K. Reported from Judiciary. 
Sept. 1, 1066; Rept. 1052. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21), 1066. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1066; Judiciarv; Rept. 1808. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1066. Approved Nov. 2, 1066. Private 
Law 89-416. 

H.R. 12S64. — Household and personal effects, Federal 
emplovces free importation. Reported from Waj's 
and Means Mar. 28, 1066; Rept. 1361. Union Cal- 
endar. Passed House Mav 2, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Mav 18, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1176. Passed 
Senate Mav 19, 1066. Approved May 31. 1966. 
Public Law"S0-436. 

H.R. 12884.— Svlvia, J. R. Reported from Judiciary 
^Lay 9, 1966; l^ept. 1493. Private Calendar. Passed 
House ]\Iay 17, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept 1517. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 
1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Private Law 
89-288. 

H.R. 12889 (S. 2791) (H. Res. 743).— Armed Forces, 
procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and 
tracked combat vehicles, research, military construc- 
tion, appropriation authorization, supplemental 1966. 
Reported from Armed Services Feb. 18, 1966; Rept. 
1293. Union Calendar. Passed House ]\Iar 1, 
1966. Passed Senate .amended, Mar. 1, 1966. Sen- 
ate asks for a conference Mar. 1, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference Mar. 0, 1066. Conference 
report filed ALar. 10, 1066. Rept. 1312. House 
agrees to conference report Mar. 10, 1066. Senate 
agrees to conference report Mar. 10, 1966. Approved 
Mar 15, 1966. Public Law No. 80-367. 

H.R. 12904. — Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 
directors, appointment. Reported from Banking and 
Currency May 10, 1966; Rept. 1510. Union 
Calendar Union 667 

H.R. 12920.— Saker, Dr. A. F. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1066; Rept. 2117. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1005. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1066. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-417. 

H.R. 12950.— Krzykowski, K. (Casimer). Reported 
from Judiciary July 25, 1966; Report 1761. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1578. 
Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 16, 
1966. Private Law 80-290. 

H.R. 12097. — Electrodes, duty suspension. Reported 
from Ways and Means Mar. 28, 1966; Rept. 1362. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 2, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Mav 18, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1177. 
Passed Senate May* 10, 1066. Approved May 31, 
1066. Public Law 80-434. 

H.R. 13012. — Veterans' Administration, Biloxi, Miss., 
land transferred to. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
May 10, 1066; Rept. 1506. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mav 16, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 20, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 
1615. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 
4, 1066. Public Law 80-620. 



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HOUSK BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13035. — Triaxal ajjp.-iratus for Northwestern 
University, free entry. Rei)ortcd from Ways and 
Means Oct. 12, 1066; Rept. 2240. Union Calendar. 
Pa.ssed House Oct. 21, 1066. 

H.R. 13101.— Navarro, Dr. M. P. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 21, 1066; Rept. 2060. Private 
Calendar. Pa.ssed House Oct. 11, 1066. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1066; Judiciary; Rept. 1006. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1066. Approved Nov. 2, 
1066. Private Law 80-418. 

H.R. 13103 (H. Res. 880).— Taxes, Foreign Investors 
Tax Act of 1066. (This bill also provides for a fund 
lo defray expenses of presidential election campaigns 
and iru'hides a provision liberalizing lax deductibilily 
of conlrihnlions lo pension plans by self-employed 
individuals.) Reported from Wavs and Means Apr. 
26, 1066; Rept. 1450. Union "Calendar. Passed 
House June 15, 1066. Reported in Senate Oct. 11, 
1066; Finance; Rept. 1707. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 13, 1066. Senate asks for a conference Oct. 13, 
1066. House agrees to a conference Oct. 17, 1066. 
Conference report filed Oct. 10, 1966; Rept. 2327. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 1066. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 13, 1066. Public Law 89-800. 

H.R. 13116. — Iron castings, duty on. Reported from 
Ways and Means Oct. 18, 1066; Rept. 2303. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1066. 

H.R. 13125. — Civil defense emergency authorities, 
extend. Reported from Armed Services June 27, 
1066; Rept. 1671. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 28, 1066. Passed Senate June 29, 1066. Ap- 
proved June 30, 1066. Public Law 80-483. 

H.R. 13134. — Hendrickson, N. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1066; Rept. 1004. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. 

H.R. 13161 (H. Res. 1025) (S. 3046).— Education, 
Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments 
of 1966. Reported from Education and Labor 
Aug. 5, 1966; Rept. 1814. Supplemental report 
filed Aug. 22, 1966; Rept. 1814, pt. II. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 6, 1066. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 7, 1066. Senate asks for a 
conference Oct. 7, 1066. House agrees to a confer- 
ence Oct. 10, 1066. Conference report filed Oct. 18, 
1066. Rept. 2300. Senate agrees to conference 
report Oct. 10, 1966. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 20, 1066. Approved Nov. 3, 1066. 
PubUc Law 80-750. 

H.R. 13187. — Veterans' Administration, Alaska and 
Hawaii, nursing care. Reported from Veteran's 
Affairs May 10, 1066; Rept. 1507. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 16, 1066. 

H.R. 13190.— Carillon for Northfield and Mount 
Hermon schools, Mass., free entrv. Reported from 
Ways and Means Oct. 12, 1066; Rept. 2241. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1066. 

H.R. 13192. — Lavapies, N. D. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2035. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1066. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1066; Judiciary; Rept. 1015. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 21, 1066. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Oct. 22, 1066. Approved Nov. 2, 1066. 
Private Law 80-410. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13196 (H. Res. 892).— Health, Allied Health Pro- 
fessions Personnel Training Act of 1966. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce June 16, 
1966; Rept. 1628. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 23, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1966; 
Labor and Public Welfare: Rept. 1722. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 14, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 17, 1966. Approved Nov. 
3, 1966. Public Law 89-751. 



H.R. 13228 (S. 3005) (H. Res. 965).— National Traffic 
and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce July 28, 1966; 
Rept. 1776. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
17, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table Aug. 
17, 1966. S. 3005, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 13277. — Virgin Islands, legislature, reapportion- 
ment of. Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs. 
May 10, 1966; Rept. 1511. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House May 16, 1966. 
Reported in Senate July 22, 1966; Interior and 
Insular Affairs ; Rept. 1407. Passed Senate, amended, 
July 27, 1966. House asks for a conference Aug. 5, 
1966. Senate agrees to a conference Aug. 8, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report Aug. 11, 1966. 
Conference report filed Aug. 15, 1966. Rept. 1851. 
House agrees to conference report Aug. 17, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-548. 



H.R. 13284.— American Veterans of World War II, 
terminal date on eligibility, extend. Reported from 
Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; Rept. 1889. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. Passed Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966. Approved Sept. 14. 1966. Public 
Law 89-576. 



H.R. 13286.— Communications Act of 1934, FCC regu- 
lation of community antenna systems. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce June 17, 
1966; Rept. 1635. Union Calendar Union 731 

H.R. 13290 (S. 3052) (H. Res. 964).— Highways, safety 
program, establish. Reported from Public Works 
July 15, 1966; Rept. 1700. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 18, 1966. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table Aug. 18, 1966. S. 3052, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 13298. — Guam, legislative redistricting. Report- 
ed from Interior and Insular Affairs. May 10, 1966; 
Rept. 1512. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House May 16, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 29, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
1420. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 2, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendmeiats Aug. 24, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-552. 

H.R. 13313. — River and Harbor Act of 1965, naviga- 
tion and flood control projects, prohibit certain fees. 
Reported from Public Works May 13, 1966; Rept. 
1531. Union Calendar Union 682 

H.R. 13320.^ — Diamonds, disposal from stockpile 
Reported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 1966; Rept 
2178. Union Calender. Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1767. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-723. 



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H.R. 13361 (H. Res. 990) (S. 3467).— Child Nutrition 
Act of 1966. Reported from Agriculture July 29, 
1966; Rept. 1787. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 1, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table 
Sept. 1, 1966. S. 3467, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 13363.^ — Tariff Schedules Technical Amendments 
Act, extend filing. Reported from Ways and Means 
Oct. 14, 1966; Rept. 2281. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 



H.R. 13365. — Chromite, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1392. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate May 5, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1143. Passed Senate 
May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. Public 
Law 89-415. 



H.R. 13366. — Aluminum, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services May 12, 1966; Rept. 
1525. Union Calendar. Passed House May 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1225. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-460. 



H.R. 13367. — Fluorspar, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1393. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate May 5, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1144. Passed Senate 
May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. Public 
Law 89-416. 



H.R. 13368. — Bismuth, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1394. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate May 5, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1145. Passed Senate 
May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. Public 
Law 89-417. 



H.R. 13369. — Molybdenum, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; 
Rept. 1395. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 21, 1966; Armed Services; Rept 1133. Passed 
Senate Apr. 25, 1966. Approved May 5, 1966. 
Pubhc Law 89-413. 

H.R. 13370. — Aluminum oxide, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 1966; 
Rept. 2180. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1769. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-724. 



H.R. 13371. — Mica, phlogopite, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; 
Rept. 1396. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate 
May 5, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1146. Passed 
Senate May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. 
Public Law 89-418. 



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HOUSK HILLS— Continued 

H.U. 13373. — Mica, inuscovito, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services. Mar. 30, 
196(5; Rept. 1307. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House .\pr. 4, 19GG. Reported in 
Senate May 5, U)C6; .'Vrmed Services; Rept. 1147. 
Passed Senate May 9, 1960. .\pprovcd May 11, 
1966. Public Law 89-419. 



11. 11. 13374. — .\rmed Forces, awards for proficiency, 
authorize. Reported from .\rined Services June 16, 
1966; Rept. 1634. Union Calendar. Passed House 
July 18, 1966. Reported in Senate July 28, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1416. Passed Senate July 29, 
1966. Approved Aug. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-529. 



H.R. 13417. — Maryland, lands and interests opposite 
Mount Vernon, acquire. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs Apr. 29, 1966; Rept. 1465. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
May 2, 1966. Reported in Senate June 29, 1966; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1347. Passed 
Senate June 30, 1966. Approved July 19, 1966. 
Public Law 89-513. 



H.R. 13419 (S. 3034).— Water resource development 
program, investigations. Reported from Interior 
and Insular Affairs June 30, 1966; Rept. 1686. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
July 18, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table 
July 18, 1966. S. 3034, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.R. 13431 (H. Res. 881).— Renegotiation Act of 1951, 
extend until June 30, 1968. Reported from Ways 
and Means June 6, 1966; Rept. 1610. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1966. Reported 
in Senate June 22, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1295. 
Passed Senate June 24, 1966; approved June 30, 1966. 
Public Law 89-480. 



H.R. 13447 (H. Res. 1050). — Estuarine area, system 
of, develop. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 2162. (Failed of 
passage under suspension of rules Oct. 3, 1966.) 
Union Calendar Union 946 



H.R. 13448. — Armed Forces, Armed Forces and Federal 
Government personnel overseas, mailing privileges. 
Reported from Post Office and Civil Service Mar 17, 
1966; Rept. 1332. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Mar. 21, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 19, 1966; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 1484. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 22, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Aug. 24, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Aug. 31, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 2226. Senate agrees 
to conference report Oct. 12, 1966. House agrees to 
conference report Oct. 13, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-725. 



H.R. 13455. — Social security, podiatry or surgical 
chiropody, doctor of, services covered under medi- 
care. Reported from Wavs and Means Oct. 18, 
1966; Rept. 2300. Union Calendar Union 1037 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13459.^ — Rhodes, C. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept 1995. Private Calendar. 
Passed IlouseOet. II, 196(). 



H.R. 13508. — Compacts, Hudson River Basin, New 
York, New Jersey, Vermont, Massachusetts, and 
Connecticut. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 1917. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed IIou.sc Sept. 6, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Sept. 8, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1592. Passed Senate Sept. 13, 1966; 
Approved Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-605. 



II. R. 13546 (11. Res. 773). — Appropriations, Supple- 
mental Defense, 1966. Reported from Appropria- 
tions Mar. 11, 1966; Rept. 1316. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 17, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1074. Passed 
Senate, amended, Mar. 22, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Mar. 23, 1966. .\pproved Mar. 
25, 1966. Public Law 89-374. 



H.R. 13551. — Law Enforcement Assistance Act of 
1965, extend. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 25, 
1966; Rept. 1890. Union Calendar. 'Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 1861. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 
89-798. 



H.R. 13558. — District of Columbia, certified public 
accountants, regulate. Reported from District of 
Columbia May 6, 1S66; Rept. 1480. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House May 9, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 26, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept, 
1535. Passed Senate Aug. 30, 1966. .\pproved 
Sept. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-578. 



H.R. 13578. — Rhodium, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; 
Rept. 1398. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate 
May 5, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1148. Passed 
Senate May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. 
Public Law 89-420. 



H.R. 13579. — Thorium, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1399. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate May 5, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1149. Passed Senate 
May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. Public 
Law 89-421. 



H.R. 13580. — Asbestos, amosite, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966: 
Rept. 1400. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate 
May 5, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1150. Passed 
Senate Mav 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. 
Public Law'89-422. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13612 (S. 2973).— Bower, E. C, Virgin Islands. 
National Bank, serve as director. I^eported from 
Banking and Currency Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2027. 
Private Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 20, 1966. 
S. 2973 passed in lieu. 



H.R. 13650.— Federal Torts Claim Act, authority 
increased. Reported from Judiciary May 16, 1966; 
Rept. 1532. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House June 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1327. Passed Senate 
June 27, 1966. Approved July 18, 1966. Public 
Law 89-506. 



H.R. 13651. — Claims of the United States, collection 
of. Reported from Judiciary May 16, 1966; Rept. 
1533. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House June 6, 1966. Reported in Senate June 
24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1331. Passed Senate, 
amended, June 27, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment July 11, 1966. Approved July 19, 1966. 
Public Law 89-508. 



H.R. 13652. — Statute of limitations, established for 
certain actions. Reported from Judiciary May 16, 
1966; Rept. 1534. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House June 6, 1966. Reported in 
Senate June 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1328. Passed 
.Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 18, 1966. 
Public Law 89-505. 



H.R. 13661. — Manganese dioxide, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 1966; 
Rept. 2179. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
7, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1768. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-726. 



H.R. 13663. — Ruthenium, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1401. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1966. Reported in Senate May 5, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1151. Passed Senate 
May 9, 1966. Approved May 11, 1966. PubHc 
Law 89-423. 



H.R. 13665 (S. 3096).— Federal airport program, con- 
tinue, appropriation authorization, grants. Re- 
ported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 
Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 2164. Union Calendar. 
Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. (See S. 3096.) 



H.R. 13669 (S. 688).— Agriculture, Bankhead-Jones 
Farm Tenant Act, land conservation and utilization, 
provide for. Reported from Agriculture Sept. 19, 
1966; Rept. 2046. Union Calendar. Laid on table 
Oct. 17, 1966. {Sec S. 688.) 



H.R. 13682. — Auseon, D. E. Reported from Judici- 
ary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1727. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary Rept. 1855. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13683. — Ivins, R. A. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966: Rept. 1728. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1757. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-421. 

H.R. 13703. — District of Columbia, District of Columbia 
Code, decedents' estates administration. Reported 
from District of Columbia May 6, 1966; Rept. 
1482. Union Calendar. Passed House May 9, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; District of Colum- 
bia; Rept. 1520. Passed Senate Aug. 29, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-567. 

H.R. 13712 (H. Res. 851).— Fair Labor Standards 
Amendments of 1966. Reported from Education 
and Labor Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1366. Union 
Calendar. Passed House May 26, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 23, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1487. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 26, 1966. 
Senate asks for a conference Aug. 26, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference Aug. 30, 1966. Conference 
report filed Sept. 6, 1966. Rept. 2004. House 
agi'ees to conference report Sept. 7, 1966. Senate 
agrees to conference report Sept. 14, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 23, 1966. Public Law 89-601. 

H.R. 13739. — Spectrograph for University of Pennsyl- 
vania, free entry. Reported from Ways and Means 
Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2242. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 13768. — Celestite, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services May 12, 1966; Rept. 
1526. Union Calendar. Passed House May 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1221. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-461. 

H.R. 13769. — Cordage fiber (sisal), disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services May 12, 1966; 
Rept. 1527. Union Calendar. Passed House May 
18, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1223. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-462. 

H.R. 13770.^ — Asbestos crocidolite (harsh), disposal 
from stockpile. Reported from Armed Services May 
12, 1966; Rept. 1528. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 18, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 
1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1224. Passed Senate 
June 9, 1966. Approved June 21, 1966. Pubhc 
Law 89-463. 

H.R. 13772. — Manganese ore, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services May 12, 1966; Rept. 

1529. Union Calendar. Passed House May 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 4, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1431. Passed Senate Aug. 8, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-539. 

H.R 13773. — Opium, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services May 12, 1966; Rept. 

1530. Union Calendar. Passed House May 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1222. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Approved June 21, 1966. Public Law 89-464. 

H.R. 13774. — Vanadium, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1402. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 1966. 
Reported in Senate May 5, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1152. Passed Senate May 9, 1966. Approved 
May 11, 1966. Public Law 89-424. 



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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

U.K. 137S3 (S. 3093). -Haiulicnppod, reading ma- 
terials, etc., for. lU'i)orti'(l from House Adminis- 
tration June 2, I'JCC); Hept. IGOO. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspentlecl. Passed Ilovise July IS, lOGG. 
Proceedings vaeated, laiii on tal)I(' Julv IS, 
1966. S. 3093 passeil in lieu. 



U.K. 13S00.— Olson, R. J., Spoe. (retired). Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. G, 19GG, I{ept; I99G. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 19GG. Report- 
ed in Senate Oct. IS, 19G6; Judiciary; Kept. 1S09. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 19GG. Approved Nov. 2, 
19GG. Private Law S9-422. 



II. 11. 13822.— Postal service. Assistant Postmaster 
General, additional. Reported from Post Office and 
Civil Service; May 18, 1966; Rept. 1542. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 6, 19GG. Reported 
in Senate June 21, 1966; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 12S9. Passed Senate June 23, 1966. Ap- 
proved July 5, 1966. Public Law 89-492. 



H.R. 13825 (S. 2540).— (H. Res. 1006).— Tijuana River 
(United States, Mexico), international flood control 
project, authorize. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
July 20, 1966; Rept. 1745. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 22, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid 
on table Sept. 22, 1966. S. 2540, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 



H.R. 13881 (H. Res. 821).— Dogs and cats, transporta 
tion, sale, and handling of for research purposes. Re- 
ported from Agriculture Apr. 5, 1966; Rept. 1418. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 28, 1966. 
Reported in Senate June 15, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 
1281. Passed Senate, amended, June 22, 1966. 
House asks for a conference June 23, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference June 24, 1966. Conference 
report filed Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1848. House agrees 
to conference report Aug. 16, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report Aug. 17, 1966. Approved Aug. 
24, 1966. Public Law 89-544. 



H.R. 13884. — Food and Drug Administration, training 
of cosmetic personnel, etc. Reported from Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce Oct. 7, 1966: Rept. 
2209. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 17, 
1966. 



H.R. 13909.— Beagle, E. G., Jr. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1729. Private Calen- 
dar. Objected to and recommitted Oct. 11, 1966. 

H.R. 13910.— Arnold, C. J. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1730. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted, Oct. 11, 1966. 



H.R. 13935. — Massachusetts bus taxation agreement. 
Reported from Judiciary Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1363. 
House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 9, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1232. 
Passed Senate, amended, June 13, 1966. House asks 
for a conference June 21, 1966. Senate agrees to a 
conference June 24, 1966. Senate agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 19, 1966. Conference report filed 
Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2321. House agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 19, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 13955.-- Colorado River, location of portion of. 
Re|)orted from Interior and Insular .Mfairs Sept. 12, 
1966; Rept. 203S. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Se))t. li), 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 12, 1966; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1717. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 13, 1906. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 17, 1966. Pocket vetoed 
Nov. 14, 1966. 



H.R. 13982. — Coast Guard, per diem allowance refunds. 
Reported from Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1735. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary Rept. 1856. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-728. 



H.R. 14012. — ^Appropriations, Second Supplemental 
Appropriation Act, 1966. Reported from Appropria- 
tions Mar. 25, 1966; Rept. 1349. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 29, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Apr. 25, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1137. Passed 
Senate, amended, Apr. 27, 1966. Senate asks for a 
conference Apr. 27, 1966. House agrees to a con- 
ference May 3, 1966. Conference report filed May 5, 
1966; Rept. 1476. House agrees to conference report 
May 10, 1966. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendments Nos. 1, 14, 28, 30, 31, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 
45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, and 52 May 10, 1966. 
House recedes and concurs each with an amendment 
in Senate amendments Nos. 9 and 25 May 10, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report May 10, 1966. 
Senate agrees to the House amendments to Senate 
amendments Nos. 9 and 25 May 10, 1966. Approved 
May 13, 1966. Public Law 89-426. 



H.R. 14019 (H. Res. 876).— Foreign Service, Foreign 
Service Buildings Act Amendments of 1966, addi- 
tional appropriations, authorize. Reported from 
Foreign Affairs May 24, 1966; Rept. 1551. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Jinie 13, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 19, 1966; Foreign Relations; Rept. 
1607. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 21, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 28, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-636. 

H.R. 14025 (H. Res. 877).— Defense Production Act of 
1950, extend. Reported from Banking and Currencv 
Apr. 1, 1966; Rept. 1411. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 16, 1966. Reported in Senate June 23, 
1966; Banking and Currency; Rept. 1303. Passed 
Senate June 27, 1966. Approved June 30, 1966. 
Public Law 89-482. 

H.R. 14026 (H. Res. 993).— Banks, interest rate, 
controls. Reported from Banking and Currencv 
July 28, 1966; Rept. 1777. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 14, 
1966; Banking and Currency; Rept. 1601. Passed 
Senate Sept. 15, 1966. Approved Sept. 21, 1966. 
Public Law 89-597. 

H.R. 14050 (H. Res. 868).— Library Services and 
Construction Act Amendments of 1966. Reported 
from Education and Labor May 4, 1966; Report 1474. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 2, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 21, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1291. Passed Senate, amended, June 
22, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments June 
28, 1966. Approved July 19, 1966. Public Law 
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HOUSE BILLS— Continued 

H.R. 14075. — Census, pay claims, settlement of. Re- 
ported from Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1736. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1857. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-729. 



H.R. 14088 (H. Res. 822).— Armed Forces, health bene- 
fits program for retired members, authorize im- 
proved. Reported from Armed Services Mar. 31, 
1966; Rept. 1407. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 11, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 5, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1434. Passed Senate amended 
Aug. 11, 1966. Senate asks for a conference Aug. 11, 
1966. House agrees to a conference Aug. 15, 1966. 
Conference report filed Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2064. 
House agrees to conference report Sept. 28, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report Sept. 28, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-614. 

H.R. 14122. — Federal employees. Federal Salary and 
Fringe Benefits Act of 1966. Reported from Post 
Office and Civil Service Apr. 1, 1966; Rept. 1410. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Apr. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate May 26, 1966; 
Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1187. Passed 
Senate, amended, July 11, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment July 12, 1966. Approved July 
18, 1966. Public Law 89-504. 

H.R. 14136.— Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of 
1934, fee increased. Reported from Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries Aug. 1, 1996; Rept. 1794. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Sept. 19, 1966. 

H.R. 14173.— Chediack, A. B. Reported from Judi- 
ciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2118. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1907. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-423. 

H.R. 14174. — Noda, E. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2119. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1810. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-424. 

H.R. 14182. — Judgments for costs against the United 
States, expert witnesses. Reported from Judiciary 
May 16, 1966; Rept. 1535. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House June 6, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 24, 1966; Judiciary ; Rept. 1329. 
Passed Senate June 27, 1966. Approved July 18, 
1966. Public Law 89-507. 

H.R. 14195 (S. 2338).— Pershing, Gen. John J., memori- 
al, erect in District of Columbia, authorize. Reported 
from House Administration Aug. 22, 1966; Rept. 
1864. Union Calendar. Laid on table Aug. 31, 
1966. (See S. 2338.) 

H.R. 14205.— District of Columbia, Old Georgetown 
Market, declare historic landmark. Reported from 
District of Columbia May 6, 1966; Rept. 1481. 
Union Calendar. Passed House May 9, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 25, 1966; District of Columbia; 
Rept. 1531. Passed Senate, amended, Aug. 29, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 7, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 21, 1966. Public Law 89-600. 



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H.R. 14215. — Appropriations, Department of the 
Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 
1967. Reported from Appropriations Mar. 31, 1966; 
Rept. 1405. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 
1966. Reported in Senate May 10, 1966. Appro- 
priations; Rept. 1154. Passed Senate, amended, 
May 12, 1966. Senate asks for a conference May 12, 
1966. House agrees to a conference May 16, 1966. 
Conference report filed May 17, 1966; Rept. 1538. 
House agrees to conference report May 18, 1966. 
House recedes and concurs with an amendment in 
Senate amendment No. 5, May 18, 1966. Senate 
agrees to conference report May 19, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendment to Senate amendment 
No. 5, May 19, 1966. Approved May 31, 1966. 
Public Law 89-435. 



H.R. 14224 (H.R. 6319.— Expropriation taxes and 
medicare). — Social security. Social Security Act, 
enrolling for medical insurance benefits, extend 
period for. Reported from Ways and Means Apr. 5, 
1966; Rept. 1419. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 6, 1966. Proceedings vacated and laid on table 
after House concurred in Senate amendment with an 
amendment to H.R. 6319 and concurred in an 
amendment to the title of H.R. 6319, Apr. 6, 1966. 



H.R. 14233.— Diaz, B. (Martinez, Mrs. E. R. D.). 
Reported from Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2120. 
Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1811. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-425. 



H.R. 14249. — Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
transfer of real property, payment in lieu of taxes. 
Reported from Government Operations Sept. 21, 
1966; Rept. 2062. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 17, 1966. 



H.R. 14266. — Appropriations, Treasury, Post Office 
and Executive Office, 1967. Reported from Appro- 
priations Apr. 4, 1966; Rept. 1412. Union Calendar. 
Passed House, Apr. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
May 19, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1178. Passed 
Senate, amended May 23, 1966. Senate asks for a 
conference May 23, 1966. House agrees to a con- 
ference June 13, 1966. Conference report filed June 
14, 1966; Rept. 1624. House agrees to conference 
report June 15, 1966. Senate agrees to conference 
report June 15, 1966. Approved June 29, 1966. 
Public Law 89-474. 



H.R. 14312 (S. 3186). — Missouri River Basin, appro- 
priation authorization, increase. Reported from In- 
terior and Insular Affairs May 31, 1966; Rept. 1560. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
June 6, 1966. Passed Senate June 30, 1966. Ap- 
proved July 19, 1966. Public Law 89-515. 



H.R. 14323.— Vocational Rehabilitation Act, District 
of Columbia matching funds, reduce. Reported 
from Education and Labor Oct. 7, 1966; Rept. 2212. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Oct. 17, 1966. 



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H.H. 14:V24 (H. Uos. 829).— National Aoronautics and 
Space Administration, appropriation anthorization, 
1%7. Heportod from Scionco and Astronautics 
Apr. 20, lyiiC).- Hopt. Mil. Union (\ilondar. 
Passed IIousc May 3, IDGO. Uci)ortcd in Senate 
!May 23, 1966; Aeronautical and Space Sciences; 
Rcpt. 11S4. Passed Senate, amended, May 24, 1966. 
Senate askes for a conference May 24, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference June 13, 1966. Conference 
report filed July 20, 1966; Rept. 1748. House agrees 
to conference report July 21, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report July 22, 1966. Approved Aug. 
5, 1966. Public Law 89-528. 

H.R. 14347. — Veterans, dependency and indemnity 
compensation, increase. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs May 10, 1966; Rept. 1508. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House May 16, 1966. 
Reported in Senate June 23, 1966; Finance; Rept. 
1300. Passed Senate, amended, June 27, 1966. 
House recedes and concurs in Senate amendments 
Nos. 1 and 5. House recedes and concurs, each with 
an amendment, in Senate amendments Nos. 2, 7, 
8, and 9. House disagrees to Senate amendments 
Nos. 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, and 12 Oct. 21, 1966. Senate 
concurs in House amendments Nos. 2, 7, 8, and 9. 
Senate recedes from its amendments Nos. 3, 4, 6, 
10, 11, and 12 Oct. 22, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-730. 



H.R. 14355.— Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, Rail- 
road Unemployment Insurance Act, and Railroad 
Retirement Tax Act, technical changes, survivor 
(student) benefits. Reported from Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce Oct. 1, 1966; Rept. 2171. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 3, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1966; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 1719. Passed Senate Oct. 14, 
1966. Approved Oct. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-700. 

H.R. 14359 (S. 3155) (H. Res. 936).— Highways, 
Federal Aid Highway Act of 1966. Reported from 
Public Works July 18, 1966; Rept. 1704. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Aug. 11, 1966. S. 3155, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 14363. — Taxes, income, children of divorced 
parents. Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 29, 
1966; Rept. 2155. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; 
Finance; Rcpt. 1764. 

H.R. 14379. — McKinney, J. R. Reported from 
Judiciary July 19, 1966; Rept. 1732. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1564. 
Passed Senate Sept. 6, 1966. Approved Sept. 20, 
1966. Private Law 89-312. 

H.R. 14388. — Mass spectrometer for Princeton Uni- 
versity, free entry. Reported from Ways and Means 
Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2243. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 14514. — Nichols, V. M. Reported from Judiciary 
July 19, 1966; Rept. 1731. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1565. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Approved Sept. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-309. 



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H.R. 14517. — V(!ssel.s, John F. Drctns, consiwitu'. trade, 
permit. Rcportcul from Merchant Marine; anfl 
Fisheries July 27, 1966; Rept. 1772. Private 
(Jalendar. Pas.sed Hou.se Oct. 11, 1966. U(i)orted 
in Senat(! Oct. 14, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 1743. 
Passed Senate Oct. 17, 1966. .\pproved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-426. 

H.R. 14525. — Macphcrson, T. C. Jr., Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1997. Private 
Calendar. Pa.ssed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 17.58. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-427. 

H.R. 14544 (S. 3283) (H. Res. 852).— Participation 
Sales Act of 1966. Reported from Banking and 
Currency Apr. 25, 1966; Rept. 1448. Union Calen- 
dar. Pass(>d House May 18, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table May 18, 1966. S. 3283, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 14548 (S.J. Res. 197).— Postal service, lease 
authority, extend. Reported from Post Office and 
Civil Service July 12, 1966; Rept. 1694. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House July 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate July 22, 1966; Public 
Works; Rept. 1400. Rcreportcd in Senate Sept. 7, 
1966; Public Works; Rept. 1591. 

H.R. 14596. — Appropriations, Department of Agri- 
culture and related agencies appropriation, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations Apr. 22, 1966- Rept. 
1446. Union Calendar. Recommitted with instruc- 
tions Apr. 26, 1966. Passed House Apr. 26, 1966. 
Reported in Senate July 12, 1966; Appropriations; 
Rept. 1370. Passed Senate, amended, July 15, 1966. 
Senate asks for a conference July 15, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference Aug. 22, 1966. Conference 
report filed Aug. 23, 1966; Rept. 1867. House agrees 
to conference report Aug. 24, 1966. House recedes 
and concurs in Senate amendments Nos. 25 and 31 
Aug. 24, 1966. Senate agrees to conference report 
Aug. 24, 1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-556. 

H.R. 14604 (H. Res. 979).— District of Columbia, 
visitors and students, facilities for. Reported from 
Public Works June 18, 1966; Rept. 1637. {Failed 
of passage under suspension of rules Aug. 15, 1966.) 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 17, 1966. Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1745. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 
18, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 
20, 1966. {Also see S. 3031.) Approved Nov. 7, 1966. 
Public Law 89-790. 

H.R. 14610. — Double neutron diffractometer for 
University of Missouri, free entry. Reported from 
Ways and Means Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2244. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 14615. — Armed Forces, household goods, storage 
charges. Reported from Judiciary July 19, 1966; 
Rept. 1737. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary. 
Rept. 1812. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-782. 

H.R. 14643. — Education, International Education Act 
of 1966. Reported from Education and Labor May 
17, 1966; Rept. 1539. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House June 6, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 12, 1966; Labor and Public Works; 
Rept. 1715. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 13, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment with an amend- 
ment Oct. 21, 1966. Senate agrees to House amend- 
ment to Senate amendment Oct. 21, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 29, 1966. Public Law 89-698. 



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H.R. 14644. — Education, Higher Education Amend- 
ments of 1966. Reported from Education and Labor 
Apr. 29, 1966; Kept. 1467. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House May 2, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 5, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1677. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 10, 1966. Senate askes for a conference Oct. 
10, 1966. House agrees to a conference Oct. 14, 1966. 
Conference report filed Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2326. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-752. 

H.R. 14687 (S. 2948).— Indians, Confederated Salish 
and Kootenai Tribes, Flathead Reservation, set 
aside lands for. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs June 30, 1966; Rept. 1683. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 18, 1966. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table July 18, 1966. S. 2948, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 14699 (S. 2720).— Fish, protein concentrate, de- 
velop production. Reported from Merchant Marine 
and Fisheries Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 2165. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. S. 2720, 
as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 14732 (S. 3293) (H. Res. 846).— Atomic Energy 
Commission, appropriation authorization, 1967. Re- 
ported from Joint Committee on Atomic Energy 
May 3, 1966; Rept. 1471. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 9, 1966. Passed Senate May 10, 1966. 
Approved May 21, 1966. Public Law 89-428. 

H.R. 14741 (H. Res. 897).— Armed Forces, Marine 
Corps, officers, increase. Reported from Armed 
Services June 20, 1966 ; Rept. 1638. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 28, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1838. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
, Public Law 89-731. 

H.R. 14745. — Appropriations, Departments of Labor 
and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation 
Act of 1967. Reported from Appropriations Apr. 28, 
1966; Rept. 1464. Union Calendar. Passed House 
May 5, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 1966; 
Appropriations; Rept. 1631. Passed Senate, amend- 
ed, Sept. 28, 1966. Senate asks for a conference Sept. 
28, 1966. House agrees to a conference Oct. 10, 1966. 
Conference report filed Oct. 20, 1966; Rept. 2331. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 1966. 
House recedes and concurs in Senate amendments 
Nos. 5, 45, 65, and 70. House recedes and concurs, 
each with an amendment, in Senate amendments 
Nos. 15 and 32 Oct. 21, 1966. Senate agrees to 
conference report Oct. 21, 1966. Senate agrees to 
House amendments to Senate amendments Nos. 15 
and 32 Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. 
Public Law 89-787. 

H.R. 14749. — Perakis, K. M. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2138. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1858. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Private 
Law 89-470. 

H.R. 14754.-011 and gas lease (New Mexico 0291835), 
reinstate. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 9, 1966; Rept. 1822. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 7, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1700. 
Passed Senate Oct. 10, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Private Law 89-365. 



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H.R. 14765 (H. Res. 910).— Civil Rights Act of 1966. 
Reported from Judiciary June 30, 1966; Rept. 1678. 
Additional and minority views filed July 14, 1966; 
Rept. 1678. Part II. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 9, 1966. In Senate ordered placed on 
Calendar Aug. 12, 1966. 

H.R. 14810 (S. 3700) (H. Res. 948) .—Urban Mass Trans- 
portation Act of 1966. Reported from Banking and 
Currency May 9, 1966; Rept. 1487. Union Calendar. 
Recommitted with instructions Aug. 16, 1966. 
Passed House Aug. 16, 1966. Proceedings vacated, 
laid on table Aug. 16, 1966. S. 3700, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H.R. 14819. — Nussbaum, Mr. and Mrs. W. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2022. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1813. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-428. 

H.R. 14831. — Agriculture, crops on diverted acreage, 
remove 50-percent limitation. Reported from Agri- 
culture Aug. 4, 1966; Rept. 1811. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. 

H.R. 14838. — National Science Foundation, to reform. 
Reported from Science and Astronautics June 23, 
1966; Rept. 1650. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House July 18, 1966. 

H.R. 14864. — Charleston Naval Shipyard employees, 
relief of. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; 
Rept. 1998. Private Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
20, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Judi- 
ciary; Rept. 1859. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private Law 89-429. 

H.R. 14875. — Armed Forces, savings, deposit of. Re- 
ported from Armed Services June 27, 1966; Rept. ■ 
1666. Union Calendar. Passed House July 18, 
1966. Reported in Senate July 29, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1422. Passed Senate, amended, 
Aug. 1, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendment 
Aug. 4, 1966. Approved Aug. 14, 1966. Public Law 
89-538. 

H.R. 14888 (S. 3325). — Agriculture, screw-worm, 
cooperate with Mexico in eradication of. Reported 
from Agriculture May 25, 1966; Rept. 1555. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 6, 1966. Passed 
Senate, amended, June 29, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment July 12, 1966. Approved 
July 27, 1966. Public Law 89-521. 

H.R. 14893. — lonosonde for University of Illinois, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 12, 
1966; Rept. 2245. Union Calendar. Pa.ssed House 
Oct. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 14904 (H. Res. 875). — Postal service, 4th-class 
mail, certain, revise rates. Reported from Post 
OflSce and Civil Service May 18, 1966; Rept. 1543. 
Supplemental views filed May 25, 1966; Rept. 1543. 
Part II. Union Calendar. Passed House June 27, 
1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 26, 1966; Post OflSce 
and Civil Service; Rept. 1534. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 29, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Aug. 30, 1966. Approved Sept. 20, 
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HOITSE BILT.S-Contlnued 

II. 1{. 14000.— Votornns' Admiiu.stnition, mimes for 
cortaiii hospitals. Reported from N'etenms' Affairs 
May 10, 10t)C; Kept. mOO. {Objecled to and slricken 
from Consetit Calendar June (i, 1!)66.) Union Cal- 
endar Union (560 

II. R. 14020.— Bernuidcz, M. del Carmen. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 2S, lOOO; Kept. 2121. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oet. 11, lOGO. Reported 
in Senate Oct. IS, 1960; Judieiarv; Rept. 1814. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, lOtUl. Ai)i)roved Nov. 2, 
10G6. Private Law 80-430. 

H.R. 14921 (H. Res. 848).— Independent Offices Appro- 
priation Act, 1067. Reported from Appropriations 
May 5, 1966; Rept. 1477. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 10, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 4, 
1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1433. Passed Senate, 
amended, Aug. 10, 1966. Senate asks for a confer- 
ence Aug. 10, 1966. House agrees to a conference 
Aug. 11, 1966. Conference report filed Aug. 17, 1966. 
Rept. 1859. House agrees to conference report 
Aug. 18, 1966. House recedes and concurs in 
Senate amendments Nos. 10, 33, and 38. House 
recedes and concurs, each with an amendment, in 
Senate amendments Nos. 17, 10, and 28. House 
insists on its disagreement to Senate amendment 
No. 26, Aug. IS, 1966. Senate agrees to conference 
report Aug. 24, 19G6. Senate agrees to the House 
amendments to Senate amendments Nos. 17, 19 and 
28. Senate recedes from Senate amendment No. 26 
Aug. 24, 1966. Approved Sept. 6, 1966. Public 
Law 89-555. 

H.R. 14929 (H. Res. 878).— Agriculture, Food for Free- 
dom Act of 1966. Reported from Agriculture May 
27, 1966; Rept. 1558. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 9, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 25, 
1966; Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1527. Passed 
Senate, amended, Aug. 31, 1966. Senate asks for a 
conference Aug. 31, 1966. House agrees to a 
conference Sept. 8, 1966. Conference report filed 
Sept. 23, 1966. Rept. 2075. Conference report re- 
committed with instructions Oct. 5, 1966. Further 
conference report filed Oct. 18, 1966; Rept. 2304. 
House agrees to further conference report Oct. 21, 
1966. Senate agrees to further conference report 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 11, 1966. Public 
Law 89-808. 

H.R. 14984. — Castro, R. C. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2036. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary ; Rept. 1008. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1066. Approved Nov. 2, 1066. Private Law 
89-431. 



H.R. 14990. — Adams, H. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 1990. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1066; Judiciary; Rept. 1750. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1066. Approved Nov. 5, 1066. 
Private Law 80-444. 

H.R. 15005.— (H. Res. 808).— Armed Forces, Air Force 
officers, grade tables, change in. Reported from 
Armed Services June 20, 1066; Rept. 1630. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1066. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 9, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1597. 
Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 13, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendments Sept. 15, 1966. Ap- 
proved Sept. 26, 1966. Public Law 89-606. 



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H.K. l.-'jOU. -Leonhardy, H. P. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 6. 1966; Rept. 2000. Private 
Calendar. Pa.ssed House Sept. 20, 1066. Re|)orted 
in Senate Oct. 19, 1066; Judiciary; Rept. 1860. 
i'a.ssed Senate Oct. 21), 1066. Apjjroved Nov 2, 
1066. Private Law 80-432. 

H.R. 15024.— Public Buildings Act of 1950, acquire 
proportv in District of CJolumbia. Reported from 
Public Works Aug. 9, 1066; Rept. 1828. Union 
C'alendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Aug. 15, 
1066. Rei)orted in Senate Oct. 10, 1060; Public 
Works; Rept. 1865. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 20, 1066. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 21, 1066. Approved Nov. 5, 1066. Public Law 
80-750. 

H.R. 15050 (S. 3354). — Indians, increase appropriation 
authorization for the revolving fund for expert 
assistance loans to Indian tribes. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 15, 1066; Rept. 
1850. Union Calendar. Laid on table Sept. 6, 
1066. S. 3354 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 15080. — Agriculture, wheat parity price for 1966, 
authorize Secretary of Agriculture to estimate. 
Reported from .Agriculture June 2, 1966; Rept. 1605. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 6, 1966. 

H.R. 15098 (H. Res. 949).— HemisFair 1968 Exposition, 
Texas, U.S. participation, appropriation authoriza- 
tion. Reported from Foreign Affairs July 19, 1966; 
Rept. 1740. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 1, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 3, 1966; Foreign 
Relations; Rept. 1673. PassedSenate, amended, Oct. 
6, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 7, 
1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 80-685. 

H.R. 15111 (H. Res. 913) (H. Res. 923) (S. 3164).— 
Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1066. Re- 
ported from Education and Labor June 1, 1066; 
Rept. 1568. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 29, 1966. In Senate ordered placed on calen- 
dar Sept. 30, 1966. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 4, 
1966. House asks for a conference Oct. 5, 1966. 
Senate agrees to a conference Oct. 5, 1966. Con- 
ference report filed Oct. 17, 1066; Rept. 2298. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 18, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-704. 

H.R. 15119 (H. Res. 893).— Labor, Unemployment 
Insurance Amendments of 1066. Reported from 
Ways and Means June 17, 1066; Rept. 1636. Union 
Calendar. Passed House June 22, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 2, 1066; Finance; Rept. 1425. Passed 
Senate amended Aug. 8, 1066. Senate asks for a 
conference Aug. 8, 1066. House agrees to a confer- 
ence Oct. 12, 1966. 

H.R. 15124. — Agriculture, tobacco allotments, lease and 
transfer of. Reported from Agriculture June 2, 
1966; Rept. 1606. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 6, 1966. Reported in Senate June 13, 1966; 
Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1271. Passed Sen- 
ate June 15, 1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Public 
Law 89-471. 

H.R. 15151. — Agriculture, crops, certain alternate, in 
disaster areas. Reported from Agriculture May 24, 
1966; Rept. 1549. Passed House May 24, 1966. In 
Senate ordered placed on calendar May 26, 1966. 
Passed Senate, amended June 1, 1966. Senate asks 
for a conference June 1, 1966. House agrees to a 
conference June 2, 1966. Conference report filed 
June 7, 1966. Rept. 1611. House agrees to con- 
ference report June 7, 1966. Senate agrees to 
conference report June 9, 1966. Approved June 17, 
1966. Public Law 89-451. 



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H.R. 15183 (S. 3712).— Cuban refugees, adjust status. 
Reported from Judiciary Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1978. 
House Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Sept. 19, 1966. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 6, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Oct. 7, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Oct. 13, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report Oct. 20, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct 21, 1966; Rept. 2334. House 
agrees to conference report Oct 21, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-732. 

H.R. 15197. — Drobot, J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2122. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 18, 1966. 

H.R. 15202 (H. Res. 882).— Debt, public, increase, 
fiscal year 1967. Reported from Ways and Means 
June 2, 1966; Rept. 1607. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 8, 1966. Reported in Senate June 15, 
1966; Finance; Rept. 1275. Passed Senate June 16, 
1966. Approved June 24, 1966. Public Law 89-472. 

H.R. 15225 (H. Res. 883).— Tennessee Valley Author- 
ity, increase bonds. Reported from Public Works 
May 31, 1966; Rept. 1559. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 13, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 22, 1966; Public Works; Rept. 1399. Passed 
Senate July 27, 1966. Approved Aug. 12, 1966. 
Public Law 89-537. 

H.R. 15244. — Indiana, Camp Atterbury, police juris- 
diction over highways in. Reported from Armed 
Services Aug. 10, 1966; Rept. 1832. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. 

H.R. 15251.— Taylor, W. W. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 2001. Private Calendar, 
passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1760. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-433. 

H.R. 15283. — Military cargoes, carriage of at reduced 
rates. Reported from Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries Oct. 14, 1966; Rept. 2278. Union Calendar. 
Union 1024 

H.R. 15297.— Duffy, L. G., Lt., U.S.N. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 2002. Private 
Calendar. Passed House; Sept. 20, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1761. 
Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-434. 

H.R. 15304. — Cahfornia, Pleasanton Plant Materials 
Center, conveyance, authorize. Reported from Agri- 
culture Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 2225. Union Calendar. 
Union 994 

H.R. 15335. — Advisory Commission on Intergovern- 
mental Relations, function more efifectively. Re- 
ported from Government Operations Sept. 22, 1966; 
Rept. 2065. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Govern- 
ment Operations; Rept. 1747. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public 
Law 89-733. 

H.R. 15358. — Disabled American Veterans, annual 
audit of accounts. Reported from Veterans' Af- 
fairs Sept. 7, 1966; Rept. 2009. Union Calen- 
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H.R. 15440 (S. 985).— Packaging or labeling, unfair 
and deceptive, prohibit. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Sept. 23, 1966; Rept. 2076. 
Union Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. 

(See S. 985.) 

H.R. 15446. — de Butts, E. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2139. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 

H.R. 15456." — Appropriations, Legislative Branch Ap- 
propriation Act, 1967. Reported from Appropria- 
tions June 3, 1966; Rept. 1608. Union Calendar. 
Passed House June 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
July 25, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1409. Passed 
Senate, amended, July 28, 1966. Senate asks for 
a conference July 28, 1966. House agrees to a 
conference Aug. 15, 1966. Conference report filed 
Aug. 15, 1966; Rept. 1852. House agrees to con- 
ference report Aug. 16, 1966. House recedes and 
concurs in Senate amendments Nos. 1 through 12, 
inclusive, 14 through 26, inclusive, 28 through 33, 
inclusive, 42, 43 and 46. House recedes and concurs, 
each with an amendment, in Senate amendments 
Nos. 13, 35, 53, and 54 Aug. 16, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report Aug. 19, 1966. Senate agrees to 
House amendments to Senate amendments Nos. 13, 
35, 53, and 54 Aug. 19, 1966. Approved Aug. 27, 
1966. Public Law 89-545. 

H.R. 15485.- — Fluorspar and ferromanganese, exchange. 
Reported from Armed Services July 20, 1966; Rept. 
1747. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 4, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1430. Passed Senate Aug. 8, 1966. Approved 
Aug. 19, 1966. Public Law 89-540. 

H.R. 15488. — Haji-Morad, Dr. A. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2123. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1909. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-435. 

H.R. 15510. — -Agriculture, Farmers Home Admin- 
istration, insured loans, payment of installments. 
Reported from Agriculture July 29, 1966; Rept. 
1785. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. (B, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 1966; Agriculture and 
Forestry; Rept. 1633. Passed Senate Sept. 26, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-633. 

H.R. 15566 (S. 3484).— Great Salt Lake relicted lands, 
full protection of Federal Government, to insure. 
Reported from Interior and Insular Affairs June 30, 
1966; Rept 1685. Union Calendar. Laid on table 
Aug. 15, 1966. (See S. 3484.) 

H.R. 15639 (H. Res. 950) (S. 3688).— Housing, Federal 
National Mortgage Association, increase authority 
to obtain funds (stimulate flow of mortgage credit 
for FHA- and VA-assisted residential construction). 
Reported from Banking and Currency June 22, 1966; 
Rept. 1647. Union Calendar. Laid on table Aug. 
15, 1966. (See S. 3688.) 

H.R. 15662.— Agriculture, Federal Seed Act, update. 
Reported from Agriculture Sept. 14, 1966; Rept. 
2042. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Sept. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 22, 
1966; Agricvilture and Forestry; Rept. 1632. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 26, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments Oct. 5, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-686. 

H.R. 15699.— Holidays and National Observances, 
Commission on, estabUsh. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2105. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. 



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II. H. ir)706.- District of Coliiinbiii, cschoiit cases, rc- 
iiiovo limit on Coinmissionors to scttlo claims of 
District of (\)luinl)i!\. Reported from District of 
C'olumbia Aug. r>, lytUi; Ixopt. 1S17. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 22, lOtUi. 

II. R. 15712. — Armed Forces, vehicles of members, 
transportation of. Reported from Armed Services 
July 11, 19G6; Rept. 1691. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July IS, 1966. 

H.R. 15727. — Smithsonian Institution executive posi- 
tions, create. Reported from Post Office and Civil 
Service Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 19.')3. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1966; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 
1730. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 17, 1966. House 
agrees to Senate amendment Oct. 19, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-734. 

H.R. 15748. — Armed Forces, leave for member extend- 
ing duty in hostile fire area. Reported from Armed 
Services July 25, 1966; Rept. 1765. Union Calendar . 
Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 6, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1691. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 11, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 14, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Public Law 89-735. 

H.R. 15750 (S.3583) (S. 3584) (H. Res. 906) .—Foreign 
Assistance Act of 1966. Reported from Foreign 
Affairs June 23, 1966; Rept. 1651. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 14, 1966. In Senate ordered 
placed on calendar July 15, 1966. Passed Senate, 
amended, July 26, 1966. Senate asks for a con- 
ference July 26, 1966. House agrees to a conference, 
Aug. 1, 1966. Conference report filed Aug. 31, 1966; 
Rept. 1927. House agrees to conference report 
Sept. 1, 1966. Senate agrees to conference report 
Sept. 7, 1966. Approved Sept. 19, 1966. Public 
Law 89-583. 

H.R. 15766. — National Commission on Reform of Fed- 
eral Criminal Laws, establish, statutory and case law, 
study of. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 25, 1966; 
Rept. 1891. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1862. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 
89-801. 

H.R. 15785 (S. 3498).— Convention on the Settlement 
of Investment Disputes, U.S. obligations, facilitate. 
Reported from Foreign Affairs July 19, 1966; Rept. 
1741. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 
1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table Aug. 1, 
1966. S. 3498 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 15857 (H. Con. Res. 1039).— District of Columbia, 
police, firemen, and teachers, salary increase. Re- 
ported from District of Columbia June 24, 1966: 
Rept. 1656. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
27, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 19, 1966; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 1609. Passed Senate, 
amended, Sept. 21, 1966. 'House asks for a con- 
ference Sept. 28, 1966. Senate agrees to a conference 
Sept. 28, 1966. Conference report filed Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. 2276. Senate agrees to conference 
report Oct. 14, 1966. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 17, 1966. Approved Nov. 13, 1966. 
Public Law 89-810. 

H.R. 15858. — District of Columbia, Shaw Junior High 
School, site. Reported from District of Columbia 
June2 4, 1966; Rept. 1657. Union Calendar. Passed 
House June 27, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 26, 
1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1536. Passed 
Senate Aug. 30, 1966. Approved Sept. 12, 1966. 
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H.R. 15860. — District of Columbia, bail agency, estab- 
lish. Reported from District of Columbia June 
24, 1966; Rept. 1658. Union Calendar Passed 
House June 27, 1966. Reported in Senate July 7, 
1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1365. Passed 
Senate, amended, July 11, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendments, July 14, 1966. Ai)provcd 
July 26, 1966. Public Law 89-519. 



H.R. 15888. — Carillon for University of California, free 
entry. Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 12, 
1966; Rept. 2246. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1966. 



H.R. 15890 (S. 3708) (S. 3711).— Housing, Housing 
and Urban Development Act of 1966. Reported 
from Banking and Currency July 15, 1966; Rept. 
1699; accompanying document filed July 15, 1966, 
Rept. 1699, pt. II; accompanying document filed 
July 28, 1966, report 1699, pt. III. Union Calendar. 
Laid on table Oct. 14, 1966. (^ee S. 3708.) 



H.R. 15941. — Appropriations, Defense, 1967. Re- 
ported from Appropriations June 24, 1966; Rept. 
1652. Union Calendar. Passed House July 20, 
1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 12, 1966; Appro- 
priations; Rept. 1458. Passed Senate, amended, 
Aug. 18, 1966. Senate asks for a conference Aug. 18, 
1966. House agrees to a conference Aug. 22, 1966. 
Conference report filed Aug. 24, 1966; Kept. 1886. 
House agrees to conference report Aug. 25, 1966. 
House insists on its disagreement to Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 5 and 24. House recedes and concurs, 
each with an amendment, in Senate amendments 
Nos. 10, 13, and 27. House recedes and concurs in 
Senate amendments Nos. 11 and 29 Aug. 25, 1966. 
Senate disagrees to conference report Sept. 29, 1966. 
Senate disagrees to House amendments to Senate 
amendments Nos. 10, 13, and 27 and further insists 
on its amendments Nos. 10, 13, and 27. Senate 
further insists on Senate amendments Nos. 5 and 24 
Sept. 29, 1966. House further insists on its disagree- 
ment to Senate amendments and asks for a further 
conference Oct. 6, 1966. Senate further insists on 
its amendments and agrees to a further conference 
Oct. 6, 1966. Further conference report filed Oct. 10, 
1966. Rept. 2215. House agrees to further con- 
ference report Oct. 11, 1966. House recedes and 
concurs, each with an amendment, in Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 5, 10, 13, 24, and 27 Oct. 11, 1966. 
Senate agrees to further conference report Oct. 11, 
1966. Senate agrees to the House amendments to 
Senate amendments Nos. 5, 10, 13, 24, and 27 
Oct. 11, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-687. 



H.R. 15951 (S. 112). — Hawaii, farm real estate loans 
on leased lands. Reported from Agriculture Aug. 
16, 1966; Rept. 1856. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 30, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid 
on table Aug. 30, 1966. S. 112, as amended, passed 
in lieu. 



H.R. 15953 (S. 3080).— Virgin Islands, bond borrowing 
authority, increase. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 18, 1966; Rept. 1862. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. S. 3080 passed 
in lieu. 



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H.R. 15963 (H. Res. 935) (S. 3010).— Transportation, 
Department of, establish. Reported from Govern- 
ment Operations July 15, 1966; Rept. 1701. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 27, 1966; Government Operations; 
Rept. 1660. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 29, 1966, 
House asks for a conference Oct. 4, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Oct. 5, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2236. Senate agrees 
to conference report Oct. 13, 1966. House agrees to 
conference report Oct. 13, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-670. 

H.R. 16000. — Armed Forces, women, promotion re- 
strictions, removal. Reported from Armed Services 
Oct. 5, 1966; Rept. 2192. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 7, 1966. 

H.R. 16074. — Veterans, World War I loans, interest, 
cancel. Reported from Judiciary July 19, 1966; 
Rept. 1738. Union Calendar. PassedHouse Aug. 1, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; 
Rept. 1762. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-736. 

H.R. 16076 (S. 2947) (H. Res. 1026).— Water, pollu- 
tion. Federal Water Pollution Control Act, programs, 
improve, grants. Reported from Public Works Sept. 
9, 1966; Rept. 2021. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 30, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on 
table Sept. 30, 1966. S. 2947, as amended, passed in 
lieu. 

H.R. 16077. — Dicyandiamide, duty treatment of. 
Reported from Ways and Means Oct 17, 1966; Rept. 
No. 2294. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 
1966. 

H.R. 16092. — Tariflf, television and radio receiving 
tubes, suspend duty. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 14, 1966; Rept. 2283. Union Calendar. 
Union 1029 

H.R. 16114. — Federal employees, overtime pay and 
benefits. Reported from Post Office and Civil Serv- 
ice July 14, 1966; Rept. 1697. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 14, 1966; Post Office and 
Civil Service; Rept. 1729. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 17, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 19, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 
89-737. 

H.R. 16160. — Gooseberries, Chinese, tariff classification 
Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 14, 1966; 
Rept. 2282. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 21, 
1966. 

H.R. 16306. — Central Intelligence Agency, clarify and 
provide authorities. Reported from Armed Services 
Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1835. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. 

H.R. 16330 (H. Res. 980).— Philippines, hospitaliza- 
tion of certain veterans. Reported from Veterans' 
Affairs Aug. 4, 1966; Rept. 1807. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Avig. 31, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 14, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 
1603. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 16, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendment Sept. 19, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-612. 

H.R. 16337. District of Columbia, District of Colum- 
bia Teachers' Salary Act Amendments of 1966. Re- 
ported from District of Columbia July 25, 1966 ; 
Rept. 1770. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
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H.R. 16340. — District of Columbia, picketing, pro- 
hibit within 500 feet of any church. Reported from 
District of Columbia July 29, 1966; Rept. 1786. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 22, 1966. 

H.R. 16367 (H. Res. 981).— Philippines, Avar orphans' 
training for children of certain veterans. Reported 
from Veterans' Affairs Aug. 4, 1966; Rept. 1808. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 14, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1604. Passed Senate Sept. 16, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-613. 

H.R. 16394. — Armed services, enlisted men, interest 
on deposits. Reported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 
1966; Rept. 2181. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; 
Armed Services; Rept. 1877. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 
1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-738. 

H.R. 16407. — Danville Junior College, Danville, 111., 
land conveyed to. Reported from Veterans' Affairs 
Aug. 4, 1966 Rept. 1806. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 16, 1966. 

H.R. 16474. — Animal Drug Amendments of 1966, 
safety and effectiveness. Reported from Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce Oct 1, 1966; Rept. 2168. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Oct. 3, 1966. 

H.R. 16491. — Taxes, Interstate Taxation Act. Re- 
ported from Judiciary Sept. 7, 1966; Rept. 2013. 
House Calendar House 311 

H.R. 16522. — Marino, V. F. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2124. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1910. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-436. 

H.R. 16557. — Philippines, National Service Life Insur- 
ance, premiums, refund. Reported from Veter- 
ans' Affairs Sept. 7, 1966; Rept. 2010. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 
19, 1966. Reported in Senate Sept. 27, 1966; Finance; 
Rept. 1658. Passed Senate Sept. 28, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 11, 1966. Public Law 89-641. 

H.R. 16559 (H. Res. 982) (S. 2439).— National Sea 
Grant College and Program Act. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Aug. 1, 1966; Rept. 
1795. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 13, 

1966. Passed Senate, amended, Sept. 14, 1966. 
House asks for a conference Sept. 20, 1966. Senate 
agrees to a conference Sept. 22, 1966. Conference 
report filed Sopt. 29, 1966; Rept. 2156. Senate 
agrees to conference report Sept. 30, 1966. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 4, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-688. 

H.R. 16574 (S. 3418) (H. Res. 984).— Peace Corps 
Act, amend, appropriation authorization, fiscal year 

1967. Reported from Foreign Affairs July 28, 1966; 
Rept. 1778. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
31, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table 
S. 3418 passed in lieu. 

H.R. 16606. — Conspiracies, Organizational Conspira- 
cies Act of 1906. Reported from Un-American 
Activities Oct. 21, 1966; Rept. 2335. Union Cal- 
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ll.U. 16608. — District of Coluinbin, Southeastern 
University of District of Coluinbin, charter, amend. 
Keported from District of Columbia Aug. 5, 1966; 
Rept. ISlo. Private Calendar. Passed House Aur. 
16, I'HU). Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; Dis- 
trict of Columbia; Pont. 1623. Passed Senate, 
amended, Sept. 22, I960. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Sept. 28, 1966. .\pproved Oct. 10, 1966. 
Public Law 89-639. 

H.R. 16610.— Delgado, Dr. A. R. Reported from 
Judiciarv Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2061. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1911. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-437. 

H.R. 16646. — Armed Forces, Rehabilitation Certifi- 
cates, authorize award. Reported from Armed 
Services Aug. 9, 1966; Rept. 1826. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 15, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 30, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1669. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 4, 1966. House agrees to 
Senate amendment Oct. 6, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-690. 

H.R. 16706. — Postal service, false representations by 
mail. Reported from Post Office and Civil Service 
Aug. 4, 1966; Rept. 1810. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 15, 1966. 

H.R. 16715. — Labor, Manpower Development and 
Training Amendments of 1966. Reported from 
Education and Labor Sept. 8, 1966; Rept. 2017. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Sept. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 12, 1966; 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 1712. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1966. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. 
Public Law 89-792. 

H.R. 16774. — Taxes, income, vacation pay, deduct- 
ibility of accrued. Reported from Ways and Means 
Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1885. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 11, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1711. Passed Senate 
Oct. 13, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-692. 

H.R. 16813. — Atomic Energy Commission, land trans- 
ferred to. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1873. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 7, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1696. 
Passed Senate Oct. 10, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-693. 

H.R. 16863. — District of Columbia, Georgetown 
University, amend charter. Reported from District 
of Columbia Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1834. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 22, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 20, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 
1621. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Public Law 89-631. 

H.R. 16897. — Standard Reference Data Act. Reported 
from Science and Astronautics Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 
1836. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Aug. 15, 1966. 

H.R. 16923 (S. 3704).— Ellis Island, N.Y., designation 
as part of Statue of Liberty National Monument, 
medal commemorating. Reported from Banking 
and Currency Oct. 5, 1966; Rept. 2194. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 10, 1966. Proceed- 
ings vacated, laid on table Oct. 10, 1966. S. 3704 
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U.n. 16940.--District of Columbia, Trinity College, 
amend charter. Reported from District of Colum- 
bia Aug. 18, 1966; Rept. 1863. Private; Calendar, 
Passed House Aug. 22, 196(). Reported in Senate 
Sept. 20, 1966: District of Columbia; Rept. 1622. 
Passed Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 1966. 
Public Law 89-628. 

H.R. 16958 (S. 293).— District of Columbia, college of 
arts and sciences and community anfl vocational 
college, establish. Reported from District of Co- 
lumbia Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2249. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 13, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 14, 
1966. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. Public Law 89-791. 

H.R. 16977. — Peterson, E. C, et al. Reported from 
Judiciary Sept. 12, 1966: Rept 2023. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1815. Passed 
Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Private Law 89-438. 

H.R. 17083 (S. 3101).— International Human Rights 
Year, 1968, U.S. observance of. Reported from 
Foreign Affairs Sept. 21, 1966; Rept. 2050. Union 
Calendar Union 913 

H.R. 17119. — Armed Forces, Environmental Science 
Services Administration, members detailed to. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 
1874. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 6, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1694. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-683. 

H.R. 17190 (S. 3753).— Deaf, model secondary .school 
for. Reported from Education and Labor Oct. 10, 
1966; Rept. 2214. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 11, 1966. In Senate ordered placed on calen- 
dar Oct. 12, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-694. 

H.R. 17195 (H. Res. 1009).— Armed Forces, Reserve 
Forces Bill of Rights and Vitalization Act of 1966. 
Reported from Armed Services Aug. 29, 1966; Rept. 
1910. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 1966. 

H.R. 17239 (H. Res. 1054).— House of Representatives, 
election cases, contested. Reported from House 
Administration Oct. 6, 1966; Rept. 2199. Additional 
views filed Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 2199, pt. II. Union 
Calendar Union 977 

H.R. 17259. — Caterini, D. J.. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2024. Private Calendar. 
Private 538 

H.R. 17260.— Jellison, R. A. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2025. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Rei)ortcd in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1816. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-439. 

H.R. 17261. — Theodore, A. J. Reported from Judiciary 
Sept. 12, 1966; Rept. 2026. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1817. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Private 
Law 89-440. 

H.R. 17271. — Taxes, income, combat pay exclusion. 
Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2270. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
21, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-739. 



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H.R. 17285.— Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 and the 
Railroad Retirement Tax Act, annuities and benefits. 
Reported from Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Oct. 1, 1966; Rept. 2169. Union Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House Oct. 3, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 13, 1966; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 1718. Passed Senate Oct. 14, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-699. 

H.R. 17376. — Nickel, disposal from stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 1966; Rept. 2182. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Armed Services; 
Rept. 1916. Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-740. 

H.R. 17419 (S. 3784). — American Legion, terminal 
date on eligibility, extend. Committee discharged- 
Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. Passed Senate Aug. 
31, 1966. Approved Sept. 1, 1966. Public Law 
89-550. 

H.R. 17451. — Armed Forces, Navy, benefits for rank, 
pay, and retirement privileges of certain officers. 
Reported from Armed Services Oct. 7, 1966; Rept. 
2207. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 17, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1880. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 

20, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments Oct. 

21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89- 
741. 

H.R. 17488.— Veterans, Veterans Pension Act of 1966. 
Reported from Veterans' Affairs Sept. 7, 1966: Rept. 
2011. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Sept. 19, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 
1966; Finance; Rept. 1765. 

H.R. 17500 (S. 3834). — Armed services, milk procured 
by Department of Defense, price adjustments. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Oct. 4, 1966; Rept. 2185. 
Union Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 7, 1966. (See 
S. 3834) 

H.R. 17505 (S. 3504).— Trust Territory of the Pacific 
Islands, civil government, continue, appropriation 
authorization, increase. Reported from Interior and 
Insular Affairs Oct. 3, 1966; Rept. 2172. Union 
Calendar Union 956 

H.R. 17558 (S. 3807).— Atomic Energy Commission, 
appropriation authorization, 1967, amend, nuclear 
power desalting facility. Reported from Joint Com- 
mittee on Atomic Energy Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2145. 
Union Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. (See 
S. 3807.) 

H.R. 17588. — Agriculture, Soil Conservation and 
Domestic Allotment Act, assignments of payments. 
Reported from Agriculture Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 
2223. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 17, 
1966. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-742. 

H.R. 17607 (H. Res. 1036).— Taxes, real property, in- 
vestment credit and allowance of accelerated de- 
preciation, suspend. (This bill also includes provi- 
sions relating to football leagues merger and the 
issuance of a new type of savings and retirement 
bond.) Reported from Ways and Means Sept. 26, 
1966; Rept. 2087. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 30, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1966; 
Finance; Rept. 1724. Passed Senate, amended, 
Oct. 14, 1966. Senate asks for a conference Oct. 
14, 1966. House agrees to a conference Oct. 17, 
1966. Conference report f lei Oct. 18, 1966. Rept. 
2308. House agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 
1966. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 
1966. Approved Nov. 8, 1966. PubHc Law 89-800. 



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H.R. 17636. — Appropriations, District of Columbia 
appropriation bill, 1967. Reported from Appro- 
priations Sept. 9, 1966; Rept. 2019. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 13, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 11, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1706. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 12, 1966. Senate asks for 
a conference Oct. 12, 1966. House agrees to a con- 
ference Oct. 14, 1966. Conference report filed Oct. 
17, 1966. Rept. 2292. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 19, 1966. House recedes and concurs in 
Senate amendments Nos. 9 and 16. House recedes 
and concurs with an amendment in Senate amend- 
ment No. 14 Oct. 19, 1966; Senate agrees to con- 
ference report Oct. 19, 1966. Senate agrees to the 
House amendment to Senate amendment No. 14 Oct. 
19, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. PubHc Law 89- j_ 
743. ^ 



H.R. 17637. — Appropriations, military construction 
appropriation bill, 1967. Reported from Appro- 
priations Sept. 9, 1966; Rept. 2020. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 14, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 7, 1966; Appropriations; Rept. 1695. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 10, 1966. Senate asks for a 
conference Oct. 10, 1966. House agrees to a con- 
ference Oct. 11, 1966. Conference report filed 
Oct. 13, 1966; Rept. 2275. House agrees to confer- 
ence report Oct. 14, 1966. House recedes and 
concurs, each with an amendment, in Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 1 and 3 Oct. 14, 1966. Senate agrees to 
conference report Oct. 17, 1966. Senate agrees to 
House amendments to Senate amendments Nos. 1 
and 3 Oct. 17, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Pub- 
lic Law 89-744. 



H.R. 17658 (S. 3881).— Medals, U.S. Naval Construc- 
tion Battalions (SEABEES) and U.S. Navy Civil 
Engineer Corps (CEC) anniversaries, commem- 
orate. Reported from Banking and Currency Oct. 
14, 1966; Rept. No. 2287. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 19, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 6, 1966. Public Law 89-783. 



H.R. 17660. — New York, Batavia, land transfer to. 
Reported from Veterans' Afifairs Oct. 20, 1966; Rept. 
2328. Union Calendar Union 1042 



H.R. 17685 (S. 3830) (H. Res. 1027).— Atomic Energy 
Act, nuclear incidents, insurance and indemnification 
of. Reported from Joint Committee on Atomic 
Energy Sept. 14, 1966. Rept. 2043. Union Calendar. 
Laid on table Sept. 30, 1966. S. 3830 passed in lieu. 



H.R. 17787.— Public Works Appropriation Act, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations Sept. 15, 1966; Rept. 
2044. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 21, 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 3, 1966; Appropria- 
tions; Rept. 1672. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 7, 
1966. Senate asks for a conference Oct. 7, 1966. 
House agrees to a conference Oct. 10, 1966. Confer- 
ence report filed Oct. 10, 1966; Rept. 2216. House 
agrees to conference report Oct. 11, 1966. House 
recedes and concurs, in Senate amendments Nos. 5, 
6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 16, and 20 Oct. 11, 1966. Senate agrees 
to conference report Oct. 12, 1966. Approved Oct. 
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11. U. 17788. — Approprifttion.s, foreign assistance and 
related agencies, li)67. Reported from Appropria- 
tions Sept. IC), IDGt); llopl. '2015. Union Calendar. 
Ueconiinitted with instructions, Sci)t. 20, 196(). 
Passed House Sept. 20, 19GG. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 2S, 196G; Appropriations; Rept. 16G3. Passed 
Senate, amended, Oct. 5, 19GG. Senate asks for a 
conference Oct. 5, 19GG. Mouse agn-es to a confer- 
ence Oct. G, 19GG. (^inference report filed Oct. G, 
19GG. Rept. 2203. House agrees to conference 
report Oct. 7, 196G. House recedes and concurs, 
each with an amendment, in Senate amendments 
Nos. 5 and 10. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendments Nos. 12 and 13 Oct. 7, 1966. Senate 
agrees to conference report Oct. 7, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendments to Senate amendments 
Nos. 5 and 10, Oct. 7, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Public Law 89-691. 

H.R. 17798. — District of Columbia, liens, recording of . 
Reported from District of Columbia Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2264. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
17, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; District 
of Columbia; Rept. 1867. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 
1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-745. 

H.R. 17883. — Capitol, legislative employees, training of. 
Post Office and Civil Service Committee discharged. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H.R. 17899 (S. 3158) (H. Res. 1033).— Banks, Finan- 
cial Institutions Supervisory Act of 1966. Reported 
from Banking and Currency Sept. 24, 1966; Rept. 
2077. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 4, 1966. 
Proceedings vacated, laid on table Oct. 4, 1966. 
S. 3158, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 18019. — Armed Forces, Walter Reed Army 
Medical Center, construction at, authorize. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Oct. 5, 1966; Rept, 
2190. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7. 
1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Armed 
Services; Rept. 1766. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 2, 1966. PubUc Law 89-746. 

H.R. 18021 (S. 3695).— Small Business Investment Act 
Amendments of 1958, supervisory powers. Reported 
from Banking and Currency Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 

2159. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 19, 
1966. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 6, 1966. Pubhc Law 89-779. 

H.R. 18033.— Rodriguez-Cubas, Dr. F. Reported 
from Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2152. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 20, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1912. 
Passed Senate Oct. 21, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 
1966. Private Law 89-441. 

H.R. 18085. — Social security, qualification for widows, 
widower, or stepchild. Reported from Ways and 
Means Oct. 17, 1966; Rept. 2296. Union Calen- 
dar Union 1035 

H.R. 18119. — ^Appropriations, State, Justice, and 
Commerce, the Judiciary, and related agencies, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 

2160. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 4, 1966. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1966; Appropriations; 
Rept. 1726. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 14, 1966. 
Senate asks for a conference Oct. 14, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference Oct. 17, 1966. Conference 
report filed Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2325. House agrees 
to conference report Oct. 20, 1966. House recedes 
and concurs in Senate amendment No. 5 Oct. 20, 
1966. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 20, 
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H.R. 18176 (II. Res. 1051).— Merchant Marine Act, 
appropriation authorization, require. Reported from 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Oct. 10, 1966; 
Rept. 2213. Union Calendar Union 988 

II. R. 18217. — Federal employees, home leave for 
Federal .seafarini; personnel. Reported from Post 
Office and Civil Sc>rvice Oct. 6, I9GG; Rept. 2200. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Oct. 17, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 18, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-747. 

H.R. 18225 (H. Res. 1052).— Social Security Act, limi- 
tation of Federal participation. Reported from Ways 
and Means Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 2224. Union Cal- 
endar Union 993 

H.R. 18230. — Taxes, stock purchases, tax treatment of. 
Reported from Ways and Means Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2273. Union Calendar Union 1023 

H.R. 18231 (S. 3008).— Public Health Service Act, 
health planning and public health services. Reported 
from Interstate and Foreign Commerce Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. 2271. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. Proceedings 
vacated, laid on table Oct. 17, 1966. S. 3008, as 
amended, passed in lieu. 

H.R. 18233 (H. Res. 1053) (S. 3906).— Flood control. 
Flood Control Act of 1966. Reported from Public 
Works Oct. 10, 1966; Rept. 2217. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 20, 1966. House agrees to Senate 
amendment Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 7, 1966. 
Public Law 89-789. 

H.R. 18284.— Federal Reformatory, Chillicothe, Ohio, 
legislative jurisdiction, land, adjust. Judiciary 
Committee discharged. Passed House Oct. 19, 
1966. Passed Senate Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-748. 

H.R. 18381 (H. Res. 1058). — Appropriations, supple- 
mental, 1967. Reported from Appropriations Oct. 14, 
1966; Rept. 2284. Union Calendar. Recommitted 
with instructions Oct. 18, 1966. Passed House 
Oct. 18, 1966. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966; 
Appropriations; Rept. 1841. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 20, 1966. Senate asks for a conference 
Oct. 20. 1966. House agrees to a conference Oct. 20, 
1966. Conference report filed Oct. 21, 1966; Rept. 
2333. House agrees to conference report Oct. 21, 
1966. House recedes and concurs in Senate amend- 
ments Nos. 5, 13, 25, 29, 30, and 43. House recedes 
and concurs, each with an amendment, in Senate 
amendments Nos. 6, 9, 19, 34, 35, and 38, Oct. 21, 
1966. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 22, 
1966. Senate agrees to House amendments to Senate 
amendments Nos. 6, 9, 19, 34, 35, and 38 Oct. 22, 
1966. Approved Oct. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-697. 



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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS 

H.J. Res. 1 (S.J. Res. 1) (H. Res. 314).— President and 
Vice President, succession. Reported from Judiciary 
Mar. 24, 1965; Rept. 203. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 13, 1965. Proceedings vacated and laid 
on table and S.J. Res. 1, as amended, passed House 
Apr. 13, 1965. 

H.J. Res. 4. — National Literacy Week, designate week 
of Sept. 13, 1965 as. Committee discharged. Passed 
House Aug. 12, 1965. 

H.J. Res. 12. — Driver, Capt. William, flag to be flown 
at grave (Tennessee). Reported from Judiciary 
Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1148. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 7, 1966. 

H.J. Res. 95. — Lake Meredith, Sanford Dam, Texas, 
designate. Reported from Interior and Insular 
Affairs, Mar. 15, 1965; Rept. 173. House Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 5, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
578. Passed Senate Aug. 13, 1965. Approved Aug. 
31, 1965. Public Law 89-153. 

H.J. Res. 123 (S.J. Res. 3).— Budget and Joint Eco- 
nomic Report, transmittal to Congress by Jan. 28, 
1965. Passed House Jan. 6, 1965. 

H.J. Res. 195. — District of Columbia, American Legion 
Convention, 1966, special regulations. Reported 
from District of Columbia, Mar. 5, 1965; Rept. 141. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Mar. 8, 1965. 
Reported in Senate May 10, 1965; District of Colum- 
bia; Rept. 184. Passed Senate May 11, 1965. 
Approved May 22, 1965. Public Law 89-25. 

H.J. Res. 230 (S.J. Res. 5).— Bridges, Francis Case 
Memorial Bridge, District of Columbia, naming of. 
Reported from District of Columbia June 24, 1965; 
Rept. 551. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
28, 1965. 

H.J. Res. 234. — Appropriations, supplemental, for 
Agriculture, fiscal year ending June 30, 1965. Re- 
ported from Appropriations Jan. 26, 1965; Rept. 2. 
Union Calendar. Recommitted with instructions 
Jan. 26, 1965. Passed House Jan. 26, 1965. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 1, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 
52. Passed Senate, amended, Feb. 3, 1965. Senate 
asks for a conference Feb. 3, 1965. House agrees to a 
conference Feb. 8, 1965. Conference report filed 
Feb. 10, 1965. Rept. 36. House agrees to confer- 
ence report Feb. 10, 1965. House recedes and con- 
curs, each with an amendment, in Senate amendments 
Nos. 1 and 4. House recedes and concurs in Senate 
amendment No. 3 Feb. 10, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Feb. 10, 1965. Senate agrees to 
House amendments to Senate amendments 1 and 4 
Feb. 10, 1965. Approved Feb. 11, 1965. Public 
Law 89-2. 

H.J. Res. 309. — House of Representatives, typewriters, 
furnish additional. Reported from House Admin- 
istration Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1009. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 15, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 22, 1965 ; Rules and Administration ; Rept. 
768. Passed Senate Sept. 23, 1965. Approved Oct. 
9, 1965. Public Law 89-248. 

H.J. Res. 324. — Fleming, Robert V., reappointment, 
Smithsonian Institution. Reported from House 
Administration Apr. 15, 1965; Rept. 250. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Reported 
in Senate July 28, 1965; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 523. Passed Senate July 30, 1965. Approved 
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H.J. Res. 330.- — Chromium, fluorspar and silicon car- 
bide, disposal from supplemental stockpile. Re- 
ported from Armed Services Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 
243. Union Calendar. Passed House Apr. 26, 1965. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 23, 1965; Armed Services; 
Rept. 774. Passed Senate Sept. 24, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 9, 1965. Public Law 89-252. 

H.J. Res. 343 (S.J. Res. 9) (S.J. Res. 33) (H. Res. 
733). — Indians, Wind River Indian irrigation project, 
Wyoming, construction costs. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Affairs, Feb. 11, 1966; Rept. 
1283. Union Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 
1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table Feb. 16, 
1966. S.J. Res. 9, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.J. Res. 397. — District of Columbia, lands, transfer 
to United States. Reported from District of Colum- 
bia July 22, 1965; Rept. 647. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 26, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1965; District of Columbia; Rept. 871. 
Passed Senate Oct. 18, 1965. Approved Nov. 2, 
1965. Public Law 89-317. 

H.J. Res. 401. — Repudiation Day, designate Nov. 23, 
1965, as; Judiciary; committee discharged. Passed 
House Aug. 12, 1965. 

H.J. Res. 403 (H. Res. 501).— World Health Assembly, 
U.S. participation. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
Aug. 2, 1965; Rept. 709. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 30, 1965. Reported in Senate Feb. 1, 
1966; Foreign Relations; Rept. 955. Passed Senate 
Feb. 10, 1966. Approved Mar. 1, 1966. Public 
Law 89-357. 

H.J. Res. 421. — Washington Monument, flags, daily 
ceremonies. Reported from Armed Services July 11, 
1966; Rept. 1692. House Calendar. Passed House 
July 18, 1966. 

H.J. Res. 431. — Copyright protection extended in 
certain cases. Reported from Judiciary May 25, 
1965; Rept 369. Union Calendar. Passed House 
June 7, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 548. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-142. 

H.J. Res. 436. — Agriculture, tobacco allotment leases, 
extend filing date. Reported from Agriculture 
May 12, 1965; Rept. 345. Union Calendar. Passed 
House May 19, 1965. Passed Senate May 20, 1965. 
Approved May 27, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-29. 

H.J. Res. 447. — Appropriations, supplemental, 1965, 
Department of Defense. Reported from Appropria- 
tions May 5, 1965; Rept. 286. Union Calendar. 
Passed House May 5, 1965. Reported in Senate May 
5, 1965; Appropriations; Rept. 176. Passed Senate 
May 6, 1965. Approved May 7, 1965. Public Law 
89-18. 

H.J. Res. 454 (S.J. Res. 79).— EUis Island, New York, 
development of as national monument. Reported 
from Interior and Insular Affairs July 1, 1965; 
Rept. 585. Union Calendar. Rules suspended, 
passed House, July 12, 1965. Passed Senate Aug. 3, 
1965. Approved Aug. 17, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-129. 

H.J. Res. 481. — House of Representatives, letter 
openers and letter sealers, provide. Reported from 
House Administration June 15, 1965; Rept. 520. 
Union Calendar. Passed House July 12, 1965. 
Reported in Senate July 28, 1965; Rules and Admin- 
istration; Rept. 516. Passed Senate Julv 30, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Public Law 89-122. 

H.J. Res. 503 (S.J. Res. 71).— South Pacific Commis- 
sion, participation in membership by United States. 
Reported from Foreign Affairs June 21, 1965; Rept. 
531. Union Calendar. Laid on table July 12, 1965. 
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II.. I. lU's. 504. — Aliens, admission of. Reported from 
Judicinrv June 10. 1%5; l^ept. .')0l). Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Julv 13, 19C5. Reported in 
Senate Aur. 31, 1905; .ludieiary; Rept. ()70. Passed 
Senate, amended, Sept. 2, 1005. IIousc agrees to 
Senate amendments Sept. 8, 19G5. .\pproved 
Sept. 25, 1965 Private Law 89-100. 



H.J. Res. 541 (H. Res. 433).— Area Redevelopment Act, 
extend. (No committee report.) Passed House 
June 24, 1905. Passed Senate June 24, 1905. Ap- 
proved June 30, 1905. Public Law 89-55. 



H.J. Res. 553. — Appropriations. Continuing, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations June 28, 1965; Rept. 
553. Uixion Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1965. 
Passed Senate June 28, 1965. Approved June 30, 
1965. Public Law 89-58. 



H.J. Res. 561. — Armed Forces, headstones for civilians 
who died aboard U.S.S. Thresher. Reported from 
Armed Services July 25, 1966; Rept. 1766. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 1, 1966. 



H.J. Res. 569. — Federal employees, Puerto Rico and 
Virgin Islands, survey of living costs. Reported 
from Post Office and Civil Service Sept. 23, 1965; 
Rept. 1091 . Union Calendar Union 464 



H.J. Res. 571. — National Parkinson Week, designate 
October 25 as. Reported from Judiciary Oct. 12, 
1965; Rept. 1147. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 18, 1965. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 23, 1965. Public Law- 89-294. 



H.J. Res. 591. — Appropriations. Continuing, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations July 28, 1965; Rept. 
689. Union Calendar. Passed House July 28, 1965. 
Passed Senate Julv 28, 1965. Approved Julv 30, 
1965. Public Law 89-96. 



H.J. Res. 597. — Goddard, Dr. R. H., memorial to. 
Reported from Science and Astronautics Sept. 8, 
1965; Rept. 961. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 20, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 13, 1965; 
Rules and Administration; Rept. 868. Passed Senate 
Oct. 15, 1965. Approved Nov. 3, 1965. Public 
Law 89-320. 



H.J. Res. 598. — Stamp Act Congress, 200th anniver- 
sary, proclamation; Judiciary Committee discharged. 
Passed House Aug. 26, 1965. 



H.J. Res. 632 (S.J. Res. 105).— Johnson. Lyndon 
Baines, Archival Depository, agreement with the 
University of Texas for. Reported from Govern- 
ment Operations Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 892. Union 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1965. In Senate 
ordered placed on calendar Aug. 31, 1965. Passed 
Senate Sept. 1, 1965. Approved Sept. 6, 1965. 
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H.J. Res. 630. — Appropriations. Continuing, 1960. 
Reported from Appropriations Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 
S56. Union Calendar. Pa.s.sed House Aug. 25, 1965. 
Passed Senate Aug. 30, 1905. Approved Sept. 1, 
1905. Public L.aw 89-150. 



H.J. Res. 041. — Father Flanagan's Boys Home, mem- 
orial in the District of Columbia, authorize. Re- 
ported from House Administration Oct. 19, 1965; 
Rept. 1174. Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 21, 1965; Rules 
and Administration; Rept. 930. Passed Senate Oct. 
21, 1965. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Public Law 
89-325. 



H.J. Res. 642 (S.J. Res. 69) (H. Res. 589).— Library of 
Congress; authorize construction of third building. 
Reported from Public Works Sept. 17, 1965; Rept. 
1024. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 1, 1965. 
Proceedings vacated. Laid on table Oct. 1, 1965. 
S.J. Res. 69, as amended, passed in lieu. 



H.J. Res. 671. — Water Conservation Month, designate 
November as; Judiciary Committee discharged. 
Passed House Oct. 13, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 919. Passed Senate 
Oct. 21, 1965. Approved Nov. 7, 1965. Pubhc Law 
89-327. 



H.J. Res. 673. — Appropriations. Continuing, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations Sept. 27, 1965; Rept. 
1095. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 28, 
1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 29, 1965; Appro- 
priations; Rept. 796. Passed Senate Sept. 29, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 30, 1965. Public Law 89-221. 

H.J. Res. 688 (H. Res. 1002).— Beirut Agreement, 
implementation legislation. Reported from Ways 
and Means July 28, 1966; Rept. 1780. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 12, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 20, 1966; Finance; Rept. 1626. Passed 
Senate Sept. 22, 1966. Approved Oct. 8, 1966. 
Public Law 89-634. 

H.J. Res. 695. — Appropriations. Continuing, 1966. 
Reported from Appropriations Oct. 13, 1965; Rept. 
1157. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 13, 
1965. Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 15, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-256. 



H.J. Res. 763. — National Flag Week, authorize Presi 
dent to proclaim week in which June 14 occurs as 
Reported from Judiciary Apr. 7, 1966; Rept. 1421 
House Calendar. Passed House May 2, 1966 
Passed Senate June 1, 1966. Approved June 9, 1960 
Public Law 89-443. 



H.J. Res. 767. — National Ski Week, designate Jan. 21 
to Jan. 30, 1966, as; Judiciary Committee discharged. 
Passed House Jan. 12, 1966. Reported in Senate Jan. 
19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 944. Passed Senate Jan. 
19, 1900. Approved Jan. 21, 1900. Pubhc Law 89- 
351. 

H.J. Res. 788. — Congress, 89th Cong., 2d sess., meet- 
ing date, Jan. 10, 1966. Passed House Oct. 22, 1965. 
Passed Senate Oct. 23, (legislative day, Oct. 22), 1965. 
Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-340. 



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H.J. Res. 810. — International Literacy Day, designate 
Sept. 8, 1966, as. Reported from Judiciary July 19, 
1966; Rept. 1739. House Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 1, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1440. Passed Senate Aug. 11, 1966. 
Approved Aug. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-546. 

H.J. Res. 837. — State and Municipal Bond Week, 
designate. Reported from Judiciary Mar. 29, 1966; 
Rept. 1364. House Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Apr. 4, 1966. Passed Senate Apr. 5, 
1966. Approved Apr. 16, 1966. Public Law 89-397. 

H.J. Res. 903 (S.J. Res. 162).— American Revolution 
Bicentennial Commission, establish. Reported from 
Judiciary June 28, 1966; Rept. 1672. Union Calen- 
dar. Laid on table June 29, 1966. (See S.J. Res. 
162) 

H.J. Res. 997 (S.J. Res. 149).— India, United States 
participation in relieving hunger, support. Reported 
from Agriculture Mar. 31, 1966; Rept. 1408. Union 
Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 4, 
1966. Passed Senate Apr. 6, 1966. Approved Apr. 
19, 1966. Public Law 89-406. 

H.J. Res. 1001.^"Steelmark Month," designate May 
of each year as. Reported from Judiciary Apr. 26, 
1966; Rept. 1451. House Calendar. Passed House 
May 2, 1966. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1230. Passed Senate, amended, 
June 13, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
Oct. 20, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. Public Law 
89-703. 



H.J. Res. 1030 (S.J. Res. 116).— District of Columbia, 
Pennsylvania Avenue, historic site. Reported from 
Interior and Insular Afifairs June 9, 1966; Rept. 
1622. (Stricken from Consent Calendar Aug. 15, 
1966.) Union Calendar Union 723 



H.J. Res. 1163 (S. 3488) (H. Res. 1003).— Compacts, 
Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia, 
transit facilities. Reported from Judiciary Aug. 30, 
1966; Rept. 1914. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. Proceedings vacated, laid on table 
Oct. 7, 1966. S. 3488, as amended, passed in lieu. 

H.J. Res. 1169 (S.J. Res. 167).— International Confer- 
ence on Water for Peace, organize. Reported from 
Foreign Affairs July 19, 1966; Rept. 1742. {Similar 
Senate Joint Resolution {S.J. Res. 167) failed of 
passage under suspension of rules Sept. 19, 1966.) 
Union Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 19, 1966. {See 
S.J. Res 167.) 

H.J. Res. 1178. — District of Columbia, Shrine Conven- 
tion, July 1967, regulations for. Reported from 
District of Columbia June 24, 1966; Rept. 1659. 
Union Calendar. Passed House June 27, 1966. Re- 
ported in Senate June 30, 1966; District of Columbia; 
Rept. 1353. Passed Senate July 11, 1966. Approved 
July 19, 1966. Public Law 89-514. 

H.J. Res. 1180. — Appropriations, continuing, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations June 27, 1966; 
Rept. 1662. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
28, 1966. Passed Senate Jure 28, 1966. Approved 
June 30, 1966. Public La^\ ^9-481. 



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H.J. Res. 1207. — Kennedy, John F., Library, Massa- 
chusetts, authorize Administrator of General Services 
to accept title to. Reported from Government 
Operations Aug. 2, 1966; Rept. 1801. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 11, 1966; Government Operations; 
Rept. 1456. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 1966. Ap- 
proved Aug. 27, 1966. Public Law 89-547. 



H.J. Res. 1217 (S.J. Res. 178) (H. Res. 983).— Banks, 
Federal intermediate credit banks, debentures issued 
by, interest rate limitation, delete. Reported from 
Agriculture Aug. 3, 1966; Rept. 1803. Union Cal- 
endar. Laid on table Sept. 6, 1966. S.J. Res. 178 
passed in lieu. 



H.J. Res. 1284. — Appropriations, continuing, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations Aug. 29, 1966; Rept. 
1907. Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 29, 1966. 
Passed Senate Aug. 29, 1966. Approved Aug. 31, 
1966. Public Law 89-549. 



H.J. Res. 1308. — Appropriations, continuing, 1967. 
Reported from Appropriations Sept. 26, 1966; Rept. 
2078. Union Calendar. Passed House Sept. 28, 
1966. Passed Senate Sept. 28, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 30, 1966. Public Law 89-611. 



H.J. Res. 1322. — Congress, 90th Congress to convene 
Jan. 10, 1967. Passed House Oct. 22, 1966. Passed 
Senate Oct. 22, 1966. Approved Nov. 2, 1966. 
Public Law 89-704. 



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H. Con. Uos. 1. — House of Hoprosontdtivcs, joint ses- 
sion, Jan. 4, 1965. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 
Passed Senate Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 4 (S. Con. Res. 2). — Congress, Joint Com- 
mittee on Organization of, establish. Reported from 
Rules Mar. 3, 1965; Rept. 131. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 11, 1965. Laid on table Mar. 11, 
1965. (See S. Con. Res. 2.) 



H. Con. Res. 5. — Inauguration Arrangements Joint 
Committee continued. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 
Passed Senate Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 7. — -House of Representatives, printing, 
House Document 103, 86th Cong. (Code of Ethics in 
Government Service). Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 151. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 131. Passed 
Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 52. — House of Representatives, printing, 
veterans' benefits calculator, print. Reported from 
House Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1579. 
Passed House June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1465. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 83. — House of Representatives printing, 
Sam Rayburn dedication proceedings. Reported 
from House Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 
152. Passed House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 25, 1965; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 132. Passed Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 97. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Our American Government." Reported from House 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 153. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 133. Passed 
Senate Apr. 13, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 100. — Silk, raw, disposal from national 
stockpile. Reported from Armed Services Apr. 14, 
1965; Rept. 240. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 26, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 5, 1965- 
Armed Services; Rept. 541. Passed Senate Aug. 6, 
1965. 



H. Con. Res. 125. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Inaugural addresses. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 154. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 134. Passed 
Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



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H. Con. Res. 153. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Winston Churchill, tributes. Reported from House 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Kept. 155. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 135. Passed 
Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 165. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"How Our Laws Are Made." Reported from Hou.se 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 156. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 136. Passed 
Senate, amended. Mar. 29, 1965. Ilouse agrees to 
Senate amendments May 10, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 167. — House of Representatives, printing, 
real property acquisition in Federal programs, 
study of compensation. Reported from House 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 157. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 137. Passed 
Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 282. — Boston, Civic War Memorial Audi- 
torium, Kennedy, John F., film, to show, sense of 
Congress. Foreign Affairs Committee discharged. 
Passed House Feb. 10, 1965. Passed Senate Feb.ll, 
1965. 



H. Con. Res. 285 (H. Res. 415).— Kennedy, John F., 
film, to show and distribute. Reported from Foreign 
Affairs Mar. 5, 1965; Rept. 139. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 9, 19G5. In Senate ordered 
placed on calendar June 10, 1965. Reported in 
Senate adversely Aug. 25, 1965; Foreign Relations; 
Rept. 646. (Also see S.J. Res. 106.) 



H. Con. Res. 305. — Hammarskjold, Dag, sense of 
Congress with respect to. Reported from House 
Administration Apr. 15, 1965; Rept. 251. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 3, 1965. Passed 
Senate May 4, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 313. — World Farm Center, California, 
establish. Reported from Agriculture Oct. 11, 1966; 
Rept. 2227. House Calendar House 327 



H. Con. Res. 338. — House of Representatives, printing, 
North Vietnam, white paper relating to. Reported 
from House Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 
158. Passed House Mar. 11, 1965. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 25, 1965; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 138. Passed Senate Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 349. — Inter-American Bar Association, 
welcome to. Judiciary Committee discharged. 
Passed House Apr. 28, 1965. Passed Senate 
Apr. 29, 1965. 



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H. Con. Res. 352. — House of Representatives, joint 
session, Mar. 15, 1965. Passed House Mar. 15, 1965. 
Passed Senate Mar. 15, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 364. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"The Capitol," print. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration May 10, 1965; Rept 324. Passed House 
May 10, 1965. Reported in Senate July 28, 1965; 
Rules and Administration; Rept. 520. Passed 
Senate July 30, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 373.^ — House of Representatives, printing, 
Lincoln, Abraham, second inaugural anniversary, 
print report. Reported from House Administration 
June 2, 1966; Rept. 1569. Passed House June 2, 
1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and 
Administration; Rept. 1466. Passed Senate Aug. 
18, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 383. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Constitution of the United States, print. Reported 
from House Administration May 10, 1965; Rept 325. 
Passed House May 10, 1965. Reported in Senate 
May 19, 1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 202. 
Passed Senate May 20, 1965. 



H. Con. Res. 400. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Documents Illustrative of the Formation of the 
Union of the American States," reprint. Reported 
from House Administration June 10, 1965; Rept. 492. 
Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 411. Passed Senate July 
7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 411. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Communist Activities in Buffalo, N.Y.," print. Re- 
ported from House Administration June 10, 1965; 
Rept. 495. Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 412. Passed 
Senate July 7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 412. — Hovise of Representatives, printing, 
Un-American Activities Committee Annual Report 
1963, print. Reported from House Administration 
June 10, 1965; Rept. 496. Passed House June 10, 
1965. Reported in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; 
Rept. 413. Passed Senate July 7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 413. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Violation of State Department Regulations and 
Pro-Castro Activities," print. Reported from House 
Administration June 10, 1965; Rept. 497. Passed 
House June 10, 1965. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Rules; Rept. 414. Passed Senate July 7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 414. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Communist Activities in Minneapolis, Minn." print. 
Reported from House Administration June 10, 1965; 
Rept. 498. Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 415. Passed 
Senate July 7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 415. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Sino-Soviet Conflict and Its Implications," print. 
Reported from House Administration June 10, 1965; 
Rept. 493. Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 416. Passed 
Senate July 7, 1965. 



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H. Con. Res. 416. — Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia, 
actions in behalf of. Reported from Foreign Affairs 
June 17, 1965; Rept. 526. House Calendar. Rules 
suspended. Passed House June 21, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Sept. 19, 1966; Foreign Relations; Rept. 
1606. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 426. — Kennedy, John F., showing of film 
at Harvard University. Foreign Affairs Com- 
mittee discharged. Passed House May 27, 1965. 
Reported in Senate June 3, 1965; Foreign Rela- 
tions. Passed Senate June -3, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 428. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"History of the U.S. House of Representatives." 
Reported from House Administration June 10, 1965; 
Rept. 494. Passed House June 10, 1965. Reported 
in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 417. Passed 
Senate July 7, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 442 (H.R. 8371).— Taxes, Excise Tax 
Reduction Act of 1965, correct enrollment. Passed 
House June 17, 1965. Passed Senate June 17, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 448. — Crusade for Safety Day, designate 
Sept. 3, 1965, as. Judiciary Committee discharged. 
Passed House Aug. 12, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 920. Passed Senate, 
amended, Oct. 21, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendments Oct. 22, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 451. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Prayer Room in the U.S. Capitol." Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 797. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 9, 1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 705. 
Passed Senate Sept. 10, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 453. — Magnesium, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 
769. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 19, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 628. Passed Senate 
Aug. 23, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 454. — Diamond dies, disposal from stock- 
pile. Reported from Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; 
Rept. 770. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 19, 1965; Armed Services; Rept. 627. Passed 
Senate Aug. 23, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 455. — Hyoscine, disposal from stockpile. 
Reported from Armed Services Aug. 10, 1965; Rept. 
771. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed 
House Aug. 16, 1965. Reported in Senate Aug. 19, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 629. Passed Senate 
.\ug. 23, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 456. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Social Security Amendments, of 1965, print. House 
Administration Committee discharged. Passed House 
July 29, 1965. Passed Senate July 30, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 468. — World Law Day, recognize. 
Foreign Affairs Committee discharged. Passed House 
Sept. 9, 1965. Passed Senate Sept. 10, 1965. 

II. Con. Res. 508.— Canberra Week, designate 8- 
day period beginning Oct. 10, 1965, as. Judiciary 
Committee discharged. Passed House Sept. 30, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 509.— House of Representatives, printing, 
District of Columbia, crime, hearings. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1189. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate Oct. 
22; Rules and Administration; Rept. 933. Passed 
Senate Oct. 22, 1965. 



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HOUSE CONCURRKNT KKSOLUTIONS— Continued 

II. Con. Res. 512. — House of Representatives, prinlinn. 
District of Columbia, homo rule hcnriiiRS. Reported 
from House Aihninistratioii Oct. 21, 1905; Rept. 1190. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 22, 1965; Rules and Administration; Rept. 934. 
Passed Senate Oct. 22. 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 513. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Lower Colorado River Basin i)roject, hearings. Re- 
ported from House Administration Oct. 21, 1905; 
Rept. 1191. Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 22, 1965; Rules and Administration. 
Rept. 935. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 519. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Immigration and Nationality Act, hearings. Re- 
ported from House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; 
Rept. 1192. Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 22, 1965; Rules and Administration; 
Rep' 936. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 527. — House of Representatives, adjourn- 
ment sine die Oct. 23, 1965. Passed House Oct. 22, 

1965. Passed Senate, amended, Oct. 23 (legislative 
day Oct. 22), 1965. House agrees to Senate amend- 
ments Oct. 23 (legislative day Oct. 22), 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 528. — House of Representatives, Speaker 
and President Pro Tempore, authoritv to sign bills. 
Passed House Oct. 22, 1965. Passed Senate Oct. 23 
(legislative day Oct. 22), 1965. 

H. Con. Res. 529. — House of Representatives, joint 
session, Jan. 12, 1966. Passed House Jan. 10, 1966. 
Passed Senate Jan. 12, 1966. 

H. Con Res. 532. — House of Representatives, printing, 
taxes (H. Rept. 565), print. Reported from House 
Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1570. Passed 
House June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 
1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1467. Passed 
Senate Aug. 18, 1966 

H. Con. Res. 552 (S. Con. Res. 08).— Boy Scouts of 
America, 50th anniversary. Reported from Judiciary 
Feb. 7, 1906; Rept. 1259. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 21, 1900. Proceedings vacated, laid 
on table Feb. 21, 1906. S. Con. Res. 08, as amended, 
passed in lieu. 

H. Con Res. 579. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Flood Control, etc. (H. Rept. 973), print. Reported 
from House Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1580. 
Passed House June 2, 1900. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1468. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1900. 

H. Con Res. 580 — House of Representatives, printing. 
Public Works and Economic Development Act, 
print hearings. Reported from House Administra- 
tion June 2, 1966; Rept. 1581. Passed House 
June 2, 1960. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 1900; 
Rules and Administration; Rept. 1469. Passed 
House Aug. 18, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 587. — Memorial Day, centennial anni- 
versary of 1st observance in Waterloo, N.Y. Judi- 
ciary Committee discharged. Passed House May 17, 

1966. Passed Senate May 19, 1960. 

H. Con. Res. 597.— New York Prospect Park, Brooklyn 
Centennial Year. Reported from Judiciary Mar. 
29, 1906; Rept. 1365. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 4, 1960. Reported in Senate June 9, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1226. Passed Senate June 13, 
1966. 



HOUSE CONCURRKNT RKSOLUTIONS— Continued 

II. Con. Res. 598.— House of Representatives, printing 
Federal Reserve Actions etc., print hearings. Re- 
ported from House Administration Jun(! 2, 1966; 
Rept. 1571. Passed Hou.se June 2, 1900. 

H. Con. Res. 599. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Constitution of the United States, print. Reported 
from House Administration June 2, 1900; Rept. 1582. 
Passed House June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1470. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 600. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Our Flag, print. Reported from Hou.sc Administra- 
tion June 2, 1966; Rept 1572. Passed House 
June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; 
Rules and Administration; Rept. 1471. Passed 
Senate Aug. 18, 1966. 

H. Con Res. 619. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Federal research programs, conflicts. Reported 
from House Administration June 2, 1900; Rept. 1583. 
Passed House June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1472. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 625. — House of Representatives, adjourn- 
ment from Apr. 7, 1960, to Apr. 18, 1960. Passed 
House Apr. 5, 1906. Passed Senate, amended, Apr. 
6, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments Apr. 6, 
1966. 

H. Con. Res. 630. — House of Representatives, printing 
House Document 190 (The Constitution of the United 
States), print. Reported from House Administra- 
tion June 2, 1900; Rept. 1573. Passed House June 2, 
1906. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 1900; Rules and 
Administration; Rept. 1473. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 
1906. 

H. Con. Res. 634. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Veterans legislation, summary, print. Reported 
from House Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1574. 
Passed House June 2, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1474. 
Passed Senate Aug. 18,. 1960. 

H. Con. Res. 660. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Federal Credit Programs, a Study of," print. Re- 
ported from House Administration Aug. 11, 1960; 
Rept. 1838. Passed House Aug. 11, 1900. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; Rules and Adminis- 
tration; Rept. 1475. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 791, House of Representatives, printing, 
"Asia, United States Policy Toward," print. Re- 
ported from House Administration Aug. 11, 1966; 
Rept. 1839. Passed House Aug. 11, 1960. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 17, 1966; Rides and Admniis- 
tration; Rept. 1476. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1900. 

H. Con. Res. 804. House of Representatives, adjourn- 
ment from June 30, 1966, to July 11, 1960. Passed 
House June 29, 1900. Passed Senate, amended, June 
30, 1966. House agrees to Senate amendments 
June 30, 1960. 

H. Con. Res. 805.— House of Representatives, Speaker 
and President of the Senate, authority to sign bdls 
during adjournment until July 11, 1960. Passed 
House June 29, 1966. Passed Senate June 30, 1966. 

H. Con. Res. 925.— House of Representatives, printing, 
"Isthmian Canal Policy Questions, Canal Zone- 
Panama Canal Sovereignty, Panama Canal Modern- 
ization, New Canal," print. Reported from House 
Administration Aug. 11, 1960; Rept. 1843. Passed 
House Aug. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 
1900; Rules and Administration; Rept. 1477. Passed 
Senate Aug. 18, 1906. 



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H. Con. Res. 990 (S. 3105).— Armed Forces, Military 
Construction Authorization Act, 1967, correct enroll- 
ment. Passed House Aug. 25, 1966. Passed Senate 
Aug. 26, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1007. — House of Representatives, printing. 
International Education, Past, Present, etc. Report- 
ed from House Administration Oct. 11, 1966; Rept. 
2218. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 14, 1966; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 1737. Passed Senate Oct. 17, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1017. — House of Representatives, print- 
ing. World War on Hunger, pts. 1, 2, and 3. Re- 
ported from House Administration Oct. 11, 1966; 
Rept. 2219. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported 
in Senate Oct. 14, 1966; Rules and Administration; 
Rept. 1738. Passed Senate Oct. 17, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1022. — House of Representatives, print- 
ing. Our American Government. Reported from 
House Administration Oct 11, 1966; Rept. 2220. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 14, 1966; Rules and Administration; Rept. 
1739. Passed Senate Oct. 17, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1028 (S. 3467) .—School Lunch Act, 
National, expand. Correct enrollment. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 5, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1034. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Sino-Soviet conflict and its implications. Reported 
from House Administration Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 
2310. Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1039 (H.R. 15857).— District of Columbia, 
police and firemen, salary increase, correct enroll- 
ment. Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. Passed Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1048. — House of Representatives, ad- 
journment sine die Oct. 22, 1966. Passed House 
Oct. 22, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 22, 1966. 



H. Con. Res. 1049. — House of Representatives, Speaker 
and President of the Senate, authority to sign bills. 
Passed House Oct. 22, 1966. Passed Senate Oct. 
22, 1966. 



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11. lies. I. House of Uepresentativos, Mississippi 
delegation, ontli of oflkc. Passed House Jan. l, 
1965. 



H. Res. 2.— House of Representatives, Ottingcr, oath 
of office. Passed House Jan. 4, 19G5. 



H. Res. 3. — House of Representatives, officers of House 
elected. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 4. — House of Representatives, quorum, notify 
Senate. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 5. — House of Representatives, quorum, notify 
President. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 6. — House of Representatives, Speaker and 
Clerk of the House elected, notify President. Passed 
House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 7. — House of Representatives, clerk hire, addi- 
tional. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 8. — House of Representatives, rules, adoption 
of. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 9. — House of Representatives, hour of meeting 
12 m. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 10. — House of Representatives, Holland, oath 
of office. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 11. — House of Representatives, Toll, oath of 
office. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 12. — House of Representatives, witnesses and 
records, control of. Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 

H. Res. 13. — Investigations, Small Business Com- 
mittee, to conduct. ReiJbrted from Rules Feb. 2, 
1965; Rept. 7. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 



H. Res. 16. — Hoover, Herbert Clark, sorrow of House. 
Passed House Jan. 4, 1965. 



H. Res. 19. — Investigations, Judiciary Committee, to 
conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 1965; Rept. 
8. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 35. — Investigations, Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Committee, to conduct. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 10, 1965; Rept. 38. House Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 44. — Investigations, District of Columbia Com- 
mittee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 
1965; Rept. 9. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

11. Res. 68. — Investigations, N'otonms' AflairH Com- 
mittee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 
1965; Rept. 11. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 69. — Investigations, Veterans' Affairs Commit- 
tee, funds. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 25, 1965; Kept. 107. Passed House Feb. 25, 
1965. 

H. Res. 75. — House of Representatives, Holland, oath 
administered. Passed House Jan. 5, 1965. 

H. Res. 80. — Investigations, Interior and Insular 
Affairs Committee, to conduct. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 10, 1965; Rept. 39. House Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 84. — Investigations, Foreign Affairs Committee, 
to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 1965; 
Rept. 10. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 
1965. 

H. Res. 85. — House of Representatives, Toll, oath 
administered. Passed House Jan. 7, 1965. 

H. Res. 86. — House of Representatives, Ways and 
Means Committee, membership. Passed House Jan. 
7, 1965. 

H. Res. 87. — Investigations, Select Committee on 
Government Research, staff continued during Jan- 
uary and February. Passed House Jan. 7, 1965. 

H. Res. 88. — Investigations, Judiciary Committee, 
funds. Reported from House Administration Feb. 
24, 1965; Rept. 67. Passed House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 89. — Investigations, Agriculture Committee, to 
conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 1965; Rept. 
12. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 94. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 
10, 1965; Rept. 40. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 96. — House of Representatives, minority em- 
ployees salary. Passed House Jan. 11, 1965. 

H. Res. 104. — Investigations, Post Office and Civil 
Service Committee, to conduct. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 2, 1965; Rept. 13. House Calendar. 
Laid on table Mar. 29, 1965. 

H. Res. 107. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership. Passed House Jan. 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 108. — Investigations, Agriculture Committee, 
funds. Reported from House Administration Feb. 
24, 1965; Rept. 62. Passed House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 109. — Investigations, Government Operations 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 65. Passed House Feb. 
24, 1965. 

H. Res. 110. — Investigations, Government Operations 
Committee, travel authority. Reported from Rules 
June 8, 1965; Rept. 480. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 14, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 112. — Investigations, Science and Astronautics 
Committee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 
10, 1965; Rept. 41. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 



H. Res. 114. — House of Representatives, Government 
Operations Committee, membership. Passed House 
Jan. 14, 1965. 



H. Res. 118. — Investigations, Armed Services Com- 
mittee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 10, 
1965; Rept. 42. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 



H. Res. 119. — Investigations, Armed Services Com- 
mittee, funds. Reported from House Administra- 
tion Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 61. Passed House Feb. 24, 
1965. 



H. Res. 120. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, majority elected. Passed House Jan 18, 
1965. 



H. Res. 121. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, Santiago Polanco-Abreu of Puerto Rico. 
Passed House Jan. 18, 1965. 



H. Res. 122. — House of Representatives, adjournment, 
Jan. 19, 1965, inaugural ceremonies. Passed House 
Jan. 18, 1965. 



H. Res. 123. — Investigations, Judiciary Committee 
(taxation), funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 68. Passed House 
Feb. 24, 1965. 



H. Res. 126. — House of Representatives, Ottinger, elec- 
tion contest dismissed. Passed House Jan. 19, 1965. 



H. Res. 127. — House of Representatives, majority and 
minority leader former, administrative assistant for. 
Passed House Jan. 19, 1965. 



H. Res. 131. — House of Representatives, Appropria- 
tions Committee, set during sessions and recesses. 
Passed House Jan. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 132. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, minority elected. Passed House Jan. 
21, 1965. 



H. Res. 133. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 
10, 1965; Rept. 43. House Calendar. Passed House 
Feb. 16, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 134. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 63. Passed House Feb. 
24, 1965. 

H. Res. 136.— House of Representatives, ChurchiU, 
Winston, sorrow at death of. Passed House Jan. 
25, 1965. 

H. Res. 137. — Investigations, Interior and Insular 
Affairs Committee, funds. Reported from House 
Administration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 64. Passed 
House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 139. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Admin- 
istration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 60. Passed House 
Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 141. — Investigations, Public Works Committee, 
to conduct. Reported from Rules Feb. 15, 1965; 
Rept. 45. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 
1965. 



H. Res. 142. — Investigations, Public Works Committee, 
funds. Reported from House Administration Feb. 

24, 1965; Rept. 69. Passed House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 146. — House of Representatives, committees, 
compensation through January. Reported from 
House Administration Jan. 28, 1965; Rept. 3. Passed 
House Jan. 28, 1965. 

H. Res. 147. — House of Representatives, joint com- 
mittees, appointment. Passed House Jan. 28, 1965. 

H. Res. 149. — Investigations, Foreign Affairs Com- 
mittee, funds. Reported from House Administra- 
tion Feb. 25, 1965; Rept. 108. Passed House Feb. 

25, 1965. 

H. Res. 151. — Investigations, Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries Committee, to conduct. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 105. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 4, 1965. 

H. Res. 152. — Investigations, Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries Committee, funds. Reported from House 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 161. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. 

H. Res. 175. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, minority elected. Passed House Feb. 3, 
1965. 

H. Res. 182. — Investigations, Ways and Means Com- 
mittee, funds. Reported from House Administra- 
tion Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 72. Passed House Feb. 24, 
1965. 

H. Res. 188. — Investigations, Un-American Activities 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 25, 1965; Rept. 109. Passed House 
Feb. 25, 1965. 

H. Res. 192.— House of Representatives, Committee 
on Disposition of Executive Papers, membership. 
Passed House Feb. 8, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 193 (H.R. 3818). — Federal Reserve banks, 
reserves against deposits, repeal. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules Feb. S, 1005; Rcpt. 28. House 
Calendar, Passed House Feb. 9, 1965. 



II. Res. 229. — Investigations, House Administration 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 25, 1963; Rept. 111. Passed House 
Feb. 25, 1965. 



H. Res. 230. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Braskamp, Rev. B., prayers. Reported from House 
Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept 159. Passed 
House Mar. 11, 1965. 



H. Res. 232. — Investigations, District of Columbia 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 59. Passed House Feb. 
24, 1965. 

H. Res. 233 (H.R. 2998).— Arms Control and Dis- 
armament Act, amend, consideration, Reported 
from Rules Feb. 16, 1965; Rept. 49. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House Feb. 17, 1965. 

H. Res. 234 (H.R. 45). — Inter- American Redevelop- 
ment Bank, increase U.S. participation in. Con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules Feb. 16, 1965; 
Rept. 50. House-Calendar. Passed House Feb. 17, 
1965. 



H. Res. 235. — Investigations, Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce Committee, funds. Reported from House 
Administration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 66. Passed 
House Feb. 24, 1965. 



H. Res. 237. — Investigations, Science and Astronautics 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 70. Passed House Feb. 
24,1965. 



H. Res. 239. — Investigations, Small Business Com- 
mittee, funds. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 71. Passed House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 240. — House of Representatives, committees, 
compensation through February. Reported from 
House Administration Feb. 24, 1965; Rept. 73. 
Passed House Feb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 241. — Lincoln, Abraham, second inaugural, 
centennial anniversary, funds. Passed House Feb. 
24, 1965. 

H. Res. 242. — Pan-American Dav, designate. Passed 
HouseFeb. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 245. — Investigations, Post Office and Civil 

Service Committee, to conduct. Reported from 

Rules Mar. 23, 1965; Rept. 202. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 29, 1965. 

H. Res. 246.— Investigations, Post Office and Civil 
Service Committee, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 241. Passed 
House Apr. 14, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 247. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept 163. Pa.ssed House 
Mar. 11, 1965. 

H. Res. 248. — House of Representatives, Armed Serv- 
ices Committee, additional employees. Reported 
from House Administration Mar. 11, 1965; Rept 162. 
Passed House Mar. 11, 1965. 

H. Res. 249 (S. 3). — Appalachian region, develop 
programs for. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Feb. 25, 1965; Rept. 112. House Calendar. Passed 
House, Mar. 1, 1965. 

H. Res. 253. — House of Representatives, committee, 
minority elected, Callaway of Georgia. Passed 
House Mar. 3. 1965. 

H. Res. 254 (H.R. 2).— Drug Abuse Control Amend- 
ments of 1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Mar. 5, 1965; Rept. 138. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 257. — House of Representatives, printing, 
44th National Convention of Disabled American 
Veterans, print report. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration May 10, 1965; Rept 322. Passed 
House May 10, 1965. 

H. Res. 258. — House of Representatives, Adminis- 
trative assistants, salarv increase. Passed House 
Mar. 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 261. — House of Representatives, employees of 
the House of Representatives, identification cards, 
furnish. Reported from House Administration July 
1, 1965; Rept. 572. Passed House July 1, 1965. 

H. Res. 272 (H.R. 5505). — Congressional redistricting, 
standards for. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 150. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 273. — Investigations, Public Works Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Apr. 1, 1965; 
Rept. 218. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 6, 
1965. 

H. Res. 275 (H.R. 4185).— Patent Office, fees, to fix. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 11, 1965; 
Rept. 165. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
17, 1965. 

H. Res. 276 (H.R. 5374).— Supreme Court, Justices, 
salary increase. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Mar. 11, 1965; Rept. 166. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 17, 1965. 

H. Res. 277 (H.R. 4527).— Coast Guard, fund authori- 
zation. Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 

17, 1965; Rept. 183. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 18, 1965. 

H. Res. 278. — House of Representatives, committees, 
minority elected, Reinecke of California. Passed 
House Mar. 18, 1965. 

H. Res. 279. — House of Representatives, witness 
appearance, Zeake W. Johnson. Passed House Mar. 

18, 1965. 

H. Res. 280 (H.R. 5721).— Agricultural Adjustment 
Act of 1938, tobacco acreage-poundage marketing 
quotas. Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 
18, 1965; Rept. 189. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 23, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 284 (H.R. 3708).— Older Americans Act of 1965. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 23, 1965; 
Rept. 200. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
31, 1965. 



H. Res. 285 (H.R. 2362).— Elementary and Secondary 
Education Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Mar. 23, 1965; Rept. 201. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 24, 1965. 



H. Res. 289. — House of Representatives, printing. Eco- 
nomic Report of the President, January 1965, print. 
Reported from House Administration May 10, 
1965; Rept 323. Passed House May 10, 1965. 



H. Res. 305 (H.R. 4257).— Manpower Act of 1965. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 26, 
1965; Rept. 208. House Calendar. Passed House 
Apr 1, 1965. 



H. Res. 306 (H.R. 824). — Compacts, taxation on motor 
fuels. Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 26, 
1965; Rept. 209. House Calendar. Passed House 
Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Res. 307 (H.R. 3044).— Armed Forces, aircraft car- 
riers, hazardous duty pay on. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Mar. 26, 1965; Rept. 210. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Res. 308 (H.R. 5571). — Armed Forces, submarines, 
hazardous duty pay on. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Mar. 26, 1965; Rept. 211. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House Mar. 29, 1965. 



H. Res. 309 (H.R. 1111).— Water Resources Planning 
Act. Consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 
26, 1965; Rept. 212. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 31, 1965. 



H. Res. 310.^ — -Investigations, Un-American Activities 
Committee, funds for. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 242. Passed 
House Apr. 14, 1965. 



H. Res. 312. — House of Representatives, legislative 
counsel, salary increase. Passed House Mar. 31, 
1965. 



H. Res. 313. — House of Representative, chaplain of the 
House, salary increase. Passed House Mar. 31, 1965. 



H. Res. 314 (H.J. Res. 1)— President and Vice Presi- 
dent, succession. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Apr. 1, 1965; Rept. 217. House Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 13, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 317. — Investigations, Judiciary Committee, to 
conduct. Reported from Rules Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 
244. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 27, 1965. 



H. Res. 322 (H.R. 6675) .—Social Security Amend- 
ments, 1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Apr. 6, 1965; Rept. 226. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 7, 1965. 



H. Res. 325 (H.R. 4714).— National Council on the 
Arts, correct error. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Apr. 8, 1965; Rept. 229. House Calendar. 
Passed House Apr. 29, 1965. 



H. Res. 326 (H.R. 4623).— Reorganization Act of 1949, 
eliminate expiration date. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Apr. 8, 1965; Rept. 230. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 3, 1965. 



H. Res. 328. — Pan American Union, greetings to. 
Passed House Apr. 14, 1965. 



H. Res. 338 (H.R. 6497) .—International Monetary 
Fund, increase quota. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 245. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Apr. 27, 1965. 



H. Res. 339 (S. 4).— Federal Water Pollution Control 
Act, research and development. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Apr. 14, 1965; Rept. 246. House 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 28, 1965. 



H. Res. 344 (S. Res. 95). — Senate, Member deceased, 
Johnston of South Carolina. Passed House Apr. 19, 
1965. 



H. Res. 347 (S. Res. 102).— Reorganization Plan No. 1, 
1965 (Customs), disapprove. Reported adversely 
from Government Operations May 6, 1965; Rept. 311. 
Union Calendar Union 151 



H. Res. 354. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Overseas programs of private nonprofit American 
organizations," print. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration May 25, 1965; Rept. 367. Passed 
House May 25, 1965. 



H. Res. 355 (H.R. 2984).— Health, health research 
facilities, construction. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Apr. 28, 1965; Rept. 266. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House May 10, 1965. 



H. Res. 356 (H.R. 2985).— Health, Community Mental 
Health Centers Act Amendments of 1965. Consid- 
eration. Reported from Rules Apr. 28, 1965; Rept. 
267. House Calendar. Passed House May 4, 1965. 



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IIOUSK RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Ues. 357 (U.K. '29S6).— Public Health Service Act, 
Comniunitv Health Services Extension Amendments 
of 1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules Apr. 
28, 1965; Rept. 268. House CiUcndar. Passed 
House May 3, 1965. 



H. Res. 358 (H.R. 5401).— Interstate Commerce Act 
Amendments. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Apr. 28, 1965; Rept. 269. House Calendar. 
Passed House May 6, 1965. 



H. Res. 364 (S. 701).— International Coffee Agreement, 
1962, obligations of United States. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules May 4, 1965; Rept. 283. 
House Calendar. Passed House May 12, 1965. 



H. Res. 365 (H.R. 7657). — Armed Forces, research and 
procurement of aircraft, missiles, and naval vessels, 
appropriation authorization. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules May 4, 1965; Rept. 284. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 5, 1965. 



H. Res. 366 (H.R. 7717).— National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, appropriation authorization. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules May 5, 1965; 
Rept. 292. House Calendar. Passed House May 6, 
1965. 



H. Res. 374. — House of Representatives, Lerche, 
Charles O., minority employee. Passed House May 6, 
1965. 



H. Res. 380 (H.R. 5269).— Federal Water Project 
Recreation Act. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 11, 1965; Rept. 339. House Calendar. Passed 
House May 18, 1965. 



H. Res. 381 (H.R. 6755).— Flood control, river basin 
plans, provide. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 11, 1965; Rept. 340. House Calendar. Passed 
House May 12, 1965. 



H. Res. 383. — House of Representatives, committees, 
minority elected, Gurney of Florida and Wydler of 
New York. Passed House Mav 12, 1965. 



H. Res. 388 (H.R. 7303).— Pacific Northwest Disaster 
Rehef Act of 1965, establish. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules May 18, 1965; Rept. 352. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 19, 1965. 



H. Res. 390. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Communist Party's Cold War Against Congressional 
Investigation, print. Reported from House Admin- 
istration June 10, 1965; Rept. 499. Passed House 
June 10, 1965. 



H. Res. 391 (H.R. 3584).— Federal Coal Mine Safety 
Act Amendments of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules May 19, 1965; Rept. 355. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 1, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS -Conlinued 

H. Res. 392 (H.R. 5241).— Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission, oflicer or director, api)roval of. Considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules May 19, 1965; Itept. 356. 
House Calendar. Passed Hou.se May 27, 1965. 



H. Res. 393 (H.R. 5883).— Labor, labor laws, bonding 
provisions. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 19, 1965; Rept. 357 House Calendar. Passed 
House May 27, 1965. 



H. Res. 394 (H.R. 8122).— Atomic Energy Commission, 
ai)proi)riation authorization. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules May 19, 1965; Re])t. 358. House 
Calendar. Passed House May 20, 1965. 



H. Res. 395 (H.R. 7750).— Foreign Assistance Act of 
1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules May 20, 
1965; Rept. 359. House Calendar. Passed House 
May 24, 1965. 



H. Res. 397 (S. 1734). — Salmon, protection, infringe- 
ment of privileges of the House, return to Senate. 
Passed House May 20, 1965. 



H. Res. 398 (H.R. 237).— Missouri River Basin project, 
Garrison unit, construction provisions. Considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules May 25, 1965; Rept. 
371. House Calendar. Passed House June 16, 1965. 



H. Res. 399 (H.R. 485).— Auburn-Folsoin, south unit, 
California, construction of. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules May 25, 1965; Rept. 372. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 16, 1965. 



H. Res. 400 (S. 800). — Armed Forces, research and 
procurement of aircraft, missiles, and naval vessels. 
Waiving points of order against conference report. 
Reported from Rules May 25, 1965; Rept. 373. 
House Calendar. Passed House May 26, 1965. 



H. Res. 401 (H.R. 5306). — ^Banks, time deposits, inter- 
est on. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 26, 1965; Rept. 377. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 10, 1965. 



H. Res. 402 (H.R. 7847).— Small Business Revolving 
Fund, increase. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 26, 1965; Rept. 378. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 10, 1965. 



H. Res. 404 (H.R. 8371).— Taxes, Excise Tax Reduc- 
tion Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules June 1, 1965; Rept. 436. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 2. 1965. 



H. Res. 407 (H.R. 7777).— McKee, W. F., appointment 
of as FAA Administrator. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules June 2, 1965; Rept. 440. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 3, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 408 (H.R. 8439) .—Military Construction Au- 
thorization Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules June 2, 1965; Rept. 441. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 10, 1965. 

H. Res. 412 (H.R. 7105).— Export Control Act of 1949, 
as amended, continuation of authority. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules June 4, 1965; Rept. 443. 
House Calendar. Passed House June 8, 1965. 

H. Res. 413 (H.R. 8464).— Debt, public, increase 

fiscal year 1966. Consideration. Reported from 

Rules June 4, 1965; Rept. 444. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 415 (H. Con. Res. 285).— Kennedy, John F., 
film, to show and distribute. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules June 8, 1965; Rept. 458. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 9, 1965. 



H. Res. 416. — House of Representatives, student con- 
gressional intern, provide. Reported from House 
Administration June 16, 1965; Rept. 523. Passed 
House June 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 418. — Commonwealth Parliamentary Associa- 
tion, delegation appointed. Passed House June 10. 
1965. 



H. Res. 419 (H.R. 6927).— Housing and Urban Devel- 
opment, Department of, establish. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules June 14, 1965; Rept. 511. 
House Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 



H. Res. 420 (S. 2089) .—Pacific Northwest Disaster 
Relief Act of 1965, establish. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules June 14, 1965; Regt. 512. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. 



H. Res. 421 (H.R. 3014).— Cigarettes, labeling. Con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules June 15, 1965; 
Rept. 515. House Calendar. Passed House June 
22, 1965. 

H. Res. 422. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Rayburn Office Building ceremonies, print. Re- 
ported from House Administration Aug. 17, 1965; 
Rept. 798. Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. 



H. Res. 425 (H.R. 7984).— Housing and Urban De- 
velopment Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules June 16, 1965; Rept. 524. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1965. 

H. Res. 426 — Independence Hall, Assembly Room, 
dedication of. Passed House June 17, 1965. 



H. Res. 429. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"U.S. Defense Policies in 1964," print. Reported 
from House Administration; Rept. 876. Passed 
House Aug. 26, 1965. 



H. Res. 430 (H.R. 8131). — Juvenile Delinquency and 
Youth Offenses Control Act of 1961, extend. Con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules June 22, 1965; 
Rept. 541. House Calendar. Passed House June 
24, 1965. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 431 (H.R. 8283).— Economic Opportunity 
Act of 1964. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
June 22, 1965; Rept. 542. House Calendar. 
Passed House July 20, 1965. 

H. Res. 433 (H.J. Res. 541). — Area Redevelopment Act, 
extend. Consideration. Reported from Rules June 
23, 1965; Rept. 545. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 434 (H.R. 4822).— District of Columbia, 
transportation system ifor. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules June 23, 1965; Rept. 546. House 
Calendar. Passed House July 15, 1965. 

H. Res. 435 (H.R. 8926).— Coinage Act of 1965. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules June 23, 1965; 
Rept. 547. House Calendar. Passed House July 
13, 1965. 

H. Res. 436. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, minority elected, Watson of South 
Carolina. Passed House June 23, 1965. 

H. Res. 437 (H.R. 77). — Labor, right-to-work provi- 
sions, repeal. Consideration {21-day rule). Passed 
House July 26, 1965. 

H. Res. 439. — Hopkinton, Mass., 250th anniversary. 
Reported from Judiciary July 27, 1965; Rept. 685. 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. 



H. Res. 440 (H.R. 6400).— Constitution of the United 
States, enforce 15th amendment (right to vote). 
Consideration. Reported from Rules July 1, 1965; 
Rept. 573. House Calendar. Passed House July 6, 
1965. 



H. Res. 443 (S. Res. 126). — House of Representatives, 
Member deceased, Thompson of Louisiana. Passed 
House July 2, 1965. 

H. Res. 447. — House of Representatives, printing, "The 
Federal Paperwork Jungle," print. Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 877. 
Passed House Aug. 26, 1965. 

H. Res. 455. — House of Representatives, Barber, W. F., 
minority employee. Passed House July 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 456. — House of Representatives, witness, ap- 
pearance, Zeake W. Johnson. Passed House July 13, 
1965. 



H. Res. 469. — House of Representatives, Clerk of the 
House, witnesses and records. Passed House July 
13, 1965. 



H. Res. 470 (H.R. 9075). — Armed Forces, pay increase. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules July 14, 1965; 
Rept. 612. House Calendar. Passed House July 
19, 1965. 

H. Res. 471 (H.R. 8469).— Federal employees, retire- 
ment annuities. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules July 14, 1965; Rept. 613. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 



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H. Res. 473 (11. R. 0026).— Ponco Corps ;\ct, :impiid. 
Considor!itioi\. Reported from Rules July 14, 1905; 
Kept. 619. House Calendar. Passed House July 28, 
1905. 

H. Res. 474 (11. R. 8850).- Atomic Knerpy .\ct of 1954, 
intent of Congress, clarify sec. 271 relating to. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules July 14, 1965; 
Kept. 620. House Calendar. Passed House July 28, 
1965. 

H. Res. 475. — House of Representatives, witnesses and 
records, Murphv of Illinois. Passed House July 15, 
1965. 

H. Res. 478 (H.R. 9460).— National Foundation on 
the Arts and Humanities, establish. Consideration 
iei-day rule). Passed House Sept. 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 480 (H.R. 9022).— Schools, construction in 
areas affected by disasters. Consideration {21-dat/ 
rule). Passed House Aug. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 482 (H.R. 1153). — Labor, Labor-Management 
Relations Act, joint labor-management programs. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules July 19, 1965; 
Kept. 625. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
10, 1965. 

H. Res. 483 (H.R. 6845).— Armed Forces, teachers 
overseas, compensation of. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules July 19, 1965; Rept. 626. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. 

H. Res. 486 (H.R. 8310).— Vocational Rehabilitation 
Act Amendments of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules July 21, 1965; Rept. 633. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House July 28, 1965. 

H. Res. 491. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965, print. 
House Administration Committee discharged. 
Passed House July 29, 1965. 

H. Res. 492. — House of Representatives, printing. 
President Johnson's statement on Vietnam, print. 
Passed House July 29, 1965. 

H. Res. 494 (S. 1742).— International Bank for Recon- 
struction and Development, to amend. Consideration. 
Reported from Rule? July 29, 1965; Rept. 698. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 1965. 

H. Res. 495 (H.R. 7843). — Armed Forces, survivors of 
members of, payment of unused accrued leave. 
Consideration. Reported from Rules July 29, 1965. 
Rept. 699. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 4, 
1965. 

H. Res. 497. — American Golf Hall of Fame, greetings to. 
Judiciary Committee discharged. Passed House 
Aug. 26, 1965. 

H. Res. 498 (H.R. 4750).— Interest Equahzation Tax 
Extension Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Aug. 3, 1965; Rept. 719. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 5, 1965. 

H. Res. 499 (H.R. 7371).— Banks, Bank Holding Com- 
pany Act of 1956, partnerships and trusts, amend 
relating to. Consideration (21-day rule). Passed 
House Sept. 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 501 (H.J. Res. 403) .-World Health Assembly, 
United States participation in. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. 729. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. 

H. Res. 502. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, majority elected. Karth of Minnesota. 
Passed House Aug. 5, 1965. 



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n. Res. 503 (S. 1048). — Uncmploymont, grants for 
public works, etc. Consideration. ReporUrd from 
Rules Aug. 5, 1965; Rept. I'M). House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 11, 1905. 

H. Res. 504 (II. R. 10323).— Appropriations, Military 
Construction, 1906. Waivingpointsof order against. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 0, 1965; Rept. 739. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 9, 1905. 

H. Res. 500 (H.R. 10005).- Equal Employment Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1965. Consideration (21-day rule). 
Passed House Sept. 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 507. — House of Representative, printing, 
hospital insurance benerits, print S. Doc. 46. Passed 
House Aug. 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 511. — Investigations, Post Office and Civil 
Service Committee, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1175. Pa.ssed 
House Oct. 19, 1965. 

H. Res. 512 (H.R. 9811).— Agriculture, Food and 
Agriculture Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Aug. 11, 1965; Rept. 777. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1905. 

H. Res. 514. — Investigations, Public Works Committee, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 853. Passed House Aug. 25, 
1905. 

H. Res. 515 (H.R. 4644).— District of Columbia, 
District of Columbia Home Rule, provide. Con- 
sideration. Entered on Discharge Calendar Sept. 3, 
1965. Discharge Calendar No. 1. Committee on 
Rules discharged from consideration Sept. 27, 1905. 
Committee on District of Columbia discharged 
thereunder. Passed House Sept. 27, 1905. 

H. Res. 516. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, funds for. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 851. Passed 
House Aug. 25, 1965. 

H. Res. 517. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 852. Pas.sed 
House Aug. 25, 1965. 

H. Res. 520 (H.R. 2091).— National Park Service 
areas, concession policies. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 785. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 14, 1905. 

H. Res. 521 (H.R. 7811). — Vessels, naval, sale or loan 
to Latin American countries. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 786. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1965. 

H. Res. 522 (H.R. 7812).— Vessels, naval, loan to Italy 
and Spain. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 787. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 30, 1965. 

H. Res. 523 (H.R. 7813).— Vessels, naval, loan to 
Turkey, China, and the Philippines. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 12, 1965; Rept. 788. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1905. 

H. Res. 524 (H.R. 8333). — Armed Forces, cash awards 
for suggestions, inventions, etc. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Aug. 12, 1905; Rept. 789. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 30, 1905. 

H. Res. 525 (H.R. 8989) .—Federal Metal and Non- 
metallic Mine Safety Act. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Aug. 12, 1905; Rept. 790. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 2, 1905. 



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H. Res. 526. — Investigations, Armed Services Com- 
mittee, funds for. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 854. Passed House 
Aug. 25, 1965. 

H. Res. 527 (H.R. 9567).— Education, Higher Educa- 
tion Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 17, 1965; Rept. 803. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 26, 1965. 

H. Res. 533 (H.R. 2580). — Immigration and Nationality 
Act, quota. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 812. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 24, 1965. 

H. Res. 535 (H.R. 3141).— Health, Health Professions 
Educational Assistance Amendments of 1965. Con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 19, 1965; 
Rept. 815. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 
31, 1965. 

H. Res. 536 (H.R. 10281).— Federal employees, salary 
increase. Consideration (21-day rule). Passed House 
Sept. 13, 1965. 

H. Res. 537. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Aug. 25. 1965; Rept. 855. Passed 
House Aug. 25, 1965. 

H. Res. 539 (S. Res. 141). — House of Representatives, 
Member deceased. Brown of Ohio. Passed House 
Aug. 23, 1965. 

H. Res. 543. — House of Representatives, House Demo- 
cratic Steering Committee and House Republican 
Conference, employees for. Passed House Aug. 24, 
1965. 



H. Res. 544. — House of Representatives, printing, Carl 
Vinson retirement tribute, print. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1193. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 548 (H.R. 3420).— State Technical Services 
Act, Federal support of, provide. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 885. 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 1, 1965. 

H. Res. 549 (H.R. 5863) .—Transportation, high-speed 
ground, research on. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 886. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 2, 1965. 

H. Res. 550 (H.R. 4845). — Automatic data processing 
equipment, furnish. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 887. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 2, 1965. 



H. Res. 551 (H.R. 9042).— Automotive Products Trade 
Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Aug. 26, 1965; Rept. 888. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 31, 1965. 



H. Res. 553. — Investigations, Veterans' Affairs Com- 
mittee, funds. Reported from House Administration 
Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 987. Passed House Sept. 14, 
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H. Res. 558. — -House of Representatives), House ol 
Representatives committees, minority, Dole ol 
Kansas and Latta of Ohio. Passed House Aug. 31J 
1965. 

H. Res. 560. — Communism, international, sense ofj 
House. Reported from Foreign Afifairs Sept. 13,1 
1965; Rept. 983. House Calendar. Rules suspended.! 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. 

H. Res. 561 (S. 2294). — Agriculture, International 
Wheat Agreement. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 945. House Calendar. 
House 157 



H. Res. 562 (S. 1903).— United Nations, U.S. repre- 
sentatives, appointment of . Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 946. House Calen 
dar. Passed House Sept. 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 563 (H.R. 6277).— Foreign Service, Foreign 
Service Act Amendments of 1965. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 947. 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 9, 1965. 

H. Res. 569. — House of Representatives, printing, the 
Carl Vinson Room, ceremonies. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1194. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. 

H. Res. 570. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Why Vietnam," statements on. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1195. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. ^ 

H. Res. 574. — Postal service. Postmaster General, 
names of temporary summer employees. Reported 
adversely from Post Office and Civil Service Sept. 
16, 1965; Rept. 1010. House Calendar. Laid on 
table Sept. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 578 (H.R. 3157).— Railroad Retirement Act, 
spouses' annuities, return to Senate, infringement of 
the privileges of the House. Passed House Sept. 
14, 1965. 

H. Res. 579 (S. 2042).— Atomic Energy Act of 1964, 
indemnification agreements. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 990. House 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 16, 1965. 

H. Res. 580 (H.R. 10232).— Water and sanitation sys- 
tems, establish in rural areas. Consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 991. House 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 23, 1965. j 

H. Res. 581 (H.R. 6519).— Jefferson National Expan-' 
sion Memorial St. Louis, Mo., construction. Consid- 
eration. Reported from Rules Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 
992. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 29, 
1965. 

H. Res. 582 (H.R. 30). — Inter-American Cultural and 
Trade Center, Florida. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1004. House 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 22, 1965. J 

H. Res. 583 (H.R. 9247) .— HemisFair 1968 Exposition, 
Texas, United States participation. Consideration. 
Reported from Rules Sept. 15, 1965; Rept. 1005, 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 22, 1965. 



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H. lies. 585. — llonso of RoprostMitiitivos, Mississippi 
election contest, disiniss. Reported from House 
Administration Sept. 15, 19G5; Kept. 1008. House 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 17, 1965. 



H. Res. 586 (H.R. 3140).— Health, lieart disease, 
cancer, and stroke, amendments of 1965. Considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 
1019. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 23, 
1965. 



H. Res. 5S7 (S. 306). — Air pollution from motor ve- 
hicles, alwtement, solid-waste disposal, research 
Erogram on. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
ept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1020. House Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 23, 1965. 



H. Res. 588 (S. 2300).— Public works, construction and 
repair, authorize. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1021. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 589 (H.J. Res. 642).— Library of Congress, 
authorize construction of third building, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Sept. 17, 1965; Rept. 
1023. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 29, 
1965. 



H. Res. 590 (H.R. 3142).— Medical Library Assistance 
Act of 1965. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Sept. 23, 1965; Rept. 1090. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 1, 1965. 



H. Res. 592. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Social Security Laws, compilation of. Reported from 
House Administration Oct. 21, 1965; Rept. 1196. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 593. — Investigation, Judiciary Committee, 
travel authority. Reported trom Rules Sept. 30, 
1965; Rept. 1105. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 11, 1965. 



H. Res. 594. — Investigation, Public Works, travel 
authority. Reported from Rules Sept. 30, 1965; 
Rept. 1106. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
11, 1965. 



H. Res. 595. — Investigation, Post Office and Civil 
Service Committee, travel authority. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 30, 1965; Rept. 1107. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1965. 



H. Res. 596. — Investigation, Education and Labor 
Committee, travel authoritv. Reported from Rules 
Sept. 30, 1965; Rept. 1108. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1965. 



H. Res. 597 (H.R. 2020) .—Nevada, Southern Water 
Project, construct. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 30, 1965; Rept. 1109. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 6, 1965. 



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11. i{es. 598 (H.R. 1 1 135).— .\frricull iirc. Sunar Act 
amendments of 1965. Consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 30, 1965; Rept. 1110. llon.se Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 12, 1965. 



H. Res. 599 (S. 2084).— Highways, highway beauti- 
fication. Consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 
30, 1965; Rept. 1111. House Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 7. 1965. 



H. Res. 600 (S.J. Res. 32).— Ryukyu Islands, contribu- 
tion to. Consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 
30, 1965; Rept. 1112. House Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 6, 1965. 



H. Res. 601. — House of Representatives, Pope Paul VI, 
greetings on visit to United States. Passed House 
Oct. 1, 1965. 



H. Res. 602. — Gross, House of Representatives, election 
contest, dismiss. Reported from House Administra- 
tion Oct. 8, 1965; Rept. 1127. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1965. 



H. Res. 605. — Investigations, .\griculturc Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Oct. 20. 
1965; Rept. 1180. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 606. — Aliens, residence, permanent, oppose 
granting of. Reported from Judiciary Oct. 14, 1965; 
Rept. 1167. Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1965. 



H. Res. 609. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
(poverty program), funds. Reported from House 
Administration Oct. 19, 1965; Rept. 1176. Passed 
House Oct. 19, 1965. 



H. Res. 612. — House of Representatives, committees, 
majority, Burton of California. Passed House 
Oct. 20, 1965. 



H. Res. 613. — Investigations, Banking and Currency 
Committee, travel authority. Reported from Rules 
Oct. 20, 1965; Rept. 1184. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 614. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 1387. Passed House 
Mar. 30, 1966. 



H. Res. 615. — House of Representatives, committees, 
majority, Edwards of Louisiana. Passed House 
Oct. 21, 1965. 



H. Res. 616. — Investigations, Education and Labor, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Oct. 22, 
1965; Rept. 1210. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 22, 1965. 



H. Res. 620. — House of Representatives, committees, 
majority, Charles H. Wilson of Calfornia. Passed 
House Oct. 21, 1965. 



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H. Res. 623. — House of Representatives, adjournment, 
notify President. Passed House Oct. 22, 1965. 



H. Res. 624. — House of Representatives, Comptroller 
General, reports to be filed. Passed House Oct. 22, 
1965. 



H. Res. 625. — House of Representatives, employees, 
2 additional. Passed House Oct. 22, 1965. 



H. Res. 626. — National Honor Day, designate. Passed 
House Oct. 22, 1965. 



H. Res. 627. — House of Representatives, Albert, elected 
Speaker pro tempore. Passed House Jan. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 628. — House of Representatives, quorum, notify 
President. Passed House Jan. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 629. — House of Representatives, quorum, notify 
Senate. Passed House Jan. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 630. — House of Representatives, Garmatz of 
Maryland elected chairman of Merchant Marine 
and Fisheries Committee. Passed House Jan. 10, 
1966. 



H. Res. 631. — House of Representatives, hour of meet- 
ing 12 m. Passed House Jan. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 632 (S. Res. 176). — House of Representatives, 
Member deceased, Bonner of North Carolina. Passed 
House Jan. 10, 1966. 

H. Res. 633. — Investigations, Government Operations, 
funds. Reported from House Administration Jan. 
27, 1966; Rept. 1230. Passed House Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 634. — Investigations, Education and Labor, 
funds. Reported from House Administration Jan. 
27, 1966; Rept. 1231. Passed House Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 635. — House of Representatives, committees, 
minority elected, Brown of Ohio. Passed House 
Jan. 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 636. — Investigations, Small Business, funds. 
Reported from House Administration Jan. 27, 1966; 
Rept. 1232. Passed House Jan. 27, 1966. 

H. Res. 638. — Investigations, Judiciary, funds. Re- 
ported from House Administration Jan. 27, 1966; 
Rept. 1229. Passed House Jan. 27, 1966. 

H. Res. 640. — House of Representatives, Armed 
Services, additional employees. Reported from 
House Administration Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1276. 
Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. 



H. Res. 661. — House of Representatives, Democratic 
Steering Committee and House Republican Con- 
ference, payment for expenses. Passed House Jan. 
13, 1966. 



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H. Res. 662. — House of Representatives, Staggers « 
West Virginia elected chairman of Interstate and- 
Foreign Commerce Committee. Passed House JanJ 
13, 1966. ' 



H. Res. 663. — Investigations, District of Columbia 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Jan. 27, 1966; Rept. 1233. Passed House 
Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 665. — Investigations, Un-American Activities 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Jan. 27, 1966; Rept. 1228. Passed House 
Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 667. — Investigations, Interior and Insular 
Afifairs Committee, funds. Reported from House 
Administration Jan. 27, 1966; Rept. 1234. Passed 
House Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 669. — House of Representatives, Speaker and 
Minority Leader, additional employee. Passed 
House Jan. 19, 1966. 



H. Res. 686. — Investigations, Merchant Marine and 
Fisheries Committee, funds. Reported from House 
Administration Jan. 27, 1966; Rept. 1235. Passed 
House Jan. 27, 1966. 



H. Res. 690. — House of Representatives, majority and 
minority leaders and whips, additional employee. 
Passed House Jan. 26, 1966. 

H. Res. 696. — Investigations, Post Office and Civil 
Service, funds for. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1272. Passed House 
Feb. 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 697. — Investigations, Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce, funds for. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1271. Passed 
House Feb. 9, 1966. 



H. Res. 699. — House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against Robert M. Shelton, Feb. 2, 1966 (see 
Rept. 1241 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 700. — House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against Calvin F. Craig, Feb. 2, 1966 (sec 
Rept. 1242 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 701. — House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against James Robertson Jones, Feb. 2, 1966 
(see Rept. 1243 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 2, 
1966. 

H. Res. 702. — House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against Marshall R. Kornegay, Feb. 2, 1966 
(see Rept. 1244 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 2, 
1966. 

H. Res. 703.— House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against Robert E. Scoggin, Feb. 2, 1966 
(see Rept. 1245 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 
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n. Res. 704. — House of Representatives, contempt pro- 
ceedings against Robert Hudgins, Feb. 2, 1966 (sec 
Rcpt. 1246 citing facts). Passed House Feb. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 705. — House of Representatives, contenn^t pro- 
ceedings against George Franklin Dorsett, I'ob. 2, 
1966 (sec Kept. 1247 citing facts). Passed House 
Feb. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 706 (H.R. 30).— Inter- American Cultural 
Trade Center, Florida, take from Speaker's table and 
agree to Senate amendments. Reported from Rules 
Feb. 2, 1966; Rept. 1248. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 3, 1966. 

H. Res. 707 (H.R. 706).— Railroad Labor Act, adjust- 
ment boards, establish. Consideration. Reported 
from Rules Feb. 2, 1966; Rept. 1249. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 708 (H.R. 12173).— Banks, bank mergers, re- 
view of. Consideration. Reported from Rules Feb. 
2, 1966; Rept. 1250. House Calendar. Passed 
House Feb. 8, 1966. 

H. Res. 709. — Investigations, Agriculture Committee, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1268. Passed House Feb. 9, 
1966. 

H. Res. 711. — Investigations, Public Works, funds for. 
Reported from House Administration Feb. 9, 1966; 
Rept 1273. Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 713. — Investigations, Science and Astronautics, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 9, 1966; Rept 1274. Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 714. — Investigations, Foreign Affairs Com- 
mittee, to conduct, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Aug. 29, 1966; Rept. 1904. Passed 
House Aug. 29, 1966. 

H. Res. 716. — Investigations, Banking and Currency, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1269. Passed House Feb. 9, 
1966. 

H. Res. 717. — Investigations, Banking and Currency, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Feb. 9, 1966; Rept. 1270. Passed House Feb. 9, 
1966. 

H. Res. 718. — Investigations, Veterans Afifairs, funds 
for. Reported from House Administration Feb. 9, 
1966; Rept. 1275. Passed House Feb. 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 720. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, minority elected, Hansen of Idaho. 
Passed House Feb. 7, 1966. 

H. Res. 722. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Appalachian Regional Development Act, print, 
analysis. Reported from House Administration 
June 2, 1966; Rept. 1584. Passed House June 2, 
1966. 

H. Res. 723. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Public Works and Economics Act, print report. 
Reported from House Administration June 2, 1966; 
Rept. 1585. Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 724. — Appalachian Regional Development 
Act of 1965, print hearings. Reported from House 
Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1586. Passed 
House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 730 (S. Res. 225).— House of Representatives 
Member deceased, Thomas of Texas. Passed House 
Feb. 15, 1966. 

H. Res. 731 (H.R. 1784).— Cape Lookout National 
Seashore, N.C., ''establish, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Feb. 15, 1966; Rept. 1286. House 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. 



HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Contlnned 

H. Res. 732 (H.R. 10674).— Indians, Otoe and Missouria 
Tribe, judgment funds, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Feb. 15, 1966; Ropt. 12S7. House 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 10, 1966. 

II. Res. 733 (H. J. Res. 343).— Indians, Wind River 
Indian irrigation project, Wyoming, construction 
costs. Reported from Rules Feb. 15, 1966; Rept. 
1288. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 16, 
1966. 

H. Res. 734 (S. 1666). — Courts, judges, circuit and 
district, additional, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 15, 1966; Rept. 1289. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 735. — House of Representatives committees, 
membership, minority elected. Smith of New York. 
Passed House Feb. 16, 1966. 

H. Res. 736 (H.R. 12752).— Taxes, Tax Adjustment 
Act of 1966. Consideration. Reported from Rules 
Feb. 17, 1966; Rept. 1292. House Calendar. 
Passed House Feb. 23, 1966. 

H. Res. 741 (H.R. 9963). — Alaska, centennial exposition 
in, U.S. participation, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Feb. 23, 1966; Rept. 1297. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 742 (H.R. 12169).— Supplemental foreign 
assistance authorization, 1966, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Feb. 23, 1966; Rept. 1298. House 
Calendar. Passed House Feb. 24, 1966. 

H. Res. 743 (H.R. 12889).— Armed Forces, procure- 
ment of aircraft, missiles, and naval vessels, research, 
military construction, appropriation authorization, 
supplemental, 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Feb. 23, 1966; Rept. 1299. House Calendar. 
Passed House Mar. 1, 1966. 

H. Res. 744. — House of Representatives committees, 
membership, minority elected, Kupferman of New 
York. Passed House Feb. 23, 1966. 

H. Res. 745. — House of Representatives, Braskamp, 
Rev. Bernard, Chaplain, death of, tribute. Passed 
House Feb. 23, 1966. 

H. Res. 750 (H.R. 12322).— Agriculture, Cotton Re- 
search and Promotion Act, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Mar. 1, 1966; Rept. 1302. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 3, 1966. 

H. Res. 754. — Pan American Day, designate. Foreign 
Affairs Committee discharged. Passed House Mar. 
15, 1966. 

H. Res. 755. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, majority elected, Jones of North Caro- 
Una, Casey of Texas, Rees of Cahfornia, Adams of 
Washington, Hathaway of Maine, Green of Pennsyl- 
vania, Cabell of Texas, and Pucinski of Illinois. 
Passed House Mar. 8, 1966. 

H. Res. 756 (S. Res. 220).— Reorganization Plan No. 1, 
1966 (transfer of Community Relations Service), 
disapprove. Reported adversely from Government 
Operations Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1373. Union Cal- 
endar. Failed of passage Apr. 20, 1966. 

H. Res. 757 (S. Res. 234). — House of Representatives, 
Member deceased, Baldwin of California. Passed 
House Mar. 10, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 771 (H.R. 5147).— Federal employees, Health 
Benefits Act, permit additional health plans, consid- 
eration. Reported from Rules Mar. 14, 1966; 
Rept. 1318. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
30, 1966. 

H. Res. 772 (H.R. 10027).— Labor, situs picketing at 
construction project sites, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Mar. 14, 1966; Rept. 1319. House 
Calendar House 212 

H. Res. 773 (H.R. 13546). — Appropriations, Supple- 
mental Defense, 1966, waiving points of order 
against. Reported from Rules Mar. 14, 1966; Rept. 
1320. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 15, 
1966. 

H. Res. 774 (S. 2394).— Vice President, home for, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 15, 1966; 
Rept. 1325. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
22, 1966. 

H. Res. 775 (H.R. 6785).— Uniform Time Act of 1966, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 15, 1966; 
Rept. 1326. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 
16. 1966. 

H. Res. 776. — House of of Representatives. House 
Publications Distribution Service, employees addi- 
tional compensation. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Mar. 16, 1966; Rept. 1329. Passed 
House Mar. 16. 1966. 

H. Res. 777. — Investigations, Judiciary Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Apr. 5, 1966; 
Rept. 1414. House Calendar. Passed House 
Apr. 20, 1966. 

H. Res. 778. — House of Representative, printing, 
Braskajnp, Rev. B., prayers. Reported from House 
Administration June 2, 1966; Rept 1575. Passed 
House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 779. — House of Representatives, Albert, 
elected Speaker pro tempore. Passed House Mar. 
15, 1966. 

H. Res. 781 (H.R. 10607).— Federal employees, moving 
expenses, reimbursement for, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Mar. 21, 1966; Rept. 1341. House 
Calendar. Passed House Mar. 23, 1966. 

H. Res. 782. — House of Representatives, -printing, 
National Science Foundation, print review of. Re- 
ported from House Administration June 2, 1966; 
Rept. 1587. Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 783. — House of Representatives, printing. 
National Science Foundation, its present and future, 
print. Reported from House Administration June 2, 
1966; Rept. 1588. Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 784. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 1388. Passed House 
Mar. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 785. — Pan American Union, greetings to. 
Foreign Affairs Committee discharged. Passed 
House Apr. 7, 1966. 

H. Res. 787. — Investigations, Education and Labor 
Committee, funds. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Mar. 30, 1966; Rept. 1389. Passed House 
Mar. 30, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 794. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Federal Research Programs and Goals for Higher 
Education. Reported from House Administration. 
June 2, 1966; Rept. 1589. Passed House June 2, 
1966. 

H. Res. 795. — House of Representatives, printing. Fed- 
eral research' programs, conflicts, print hearings. 
Reported from House Administration June 2, 1966; 
Rept. 1590. Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 796.- — House of Representatives, police, addi- 
tional. Reported from House Administration June 
29, 1966; Rept. 1675. Passed House June 29, 1966. 

H. Res. 799 (H.R. 707).- Tualatin Federal Reclama- 
tion project, Oregon, construct, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1378. 
House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 800 (H.R. 2829).— Chief Joseph Dam project, 
Manson Unit, Chelan Divisioir, Washington, con- 
struct, consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 
29, 1966; Rept. 1379. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 801 (H.R. 3606).— Water research program, 
promote, consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 
29, 1966; Rept. 1380. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 802 (S. 2729). — Small business, separate funds, 
establish, consideration. Reported from Rules Mar. 
29, 1966; Rept. 1381. House Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 31, 1966. 

H. Res. 803. — Investigations, Veterans' Affairs 
Committee, travel authority. Reported from Rules 
Apr. 5, 1966; Rept. 1415. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 6, 1966. 

H. Res. 806. — House of Representatives, Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries Committee membership. 
Passed House Mar. 29, 1966. 

H. Res. 807. — House of Representatives, committee 
majority elected, Mrs. Thomas of Texas. Passed 
House Mar. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 811 (H.R. 7406).— Grand Coulee Dam, Colum- 
bia Basin project, Washington, construct 3d power- 
plant at, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Apr. 5, 1966; Rept. 1416. House Calendar. Passed 
House Apr. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 812 (H.R. 7524).— Qregon, Oregon Dunes 
National Seashore, establish, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Apr. 5, 1966; Rept. 1417. House 
Calendar. Passed House Apr. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 820 (H.R. 12617).— Ryukyu Islands, economic 
and social development, increase funds for, consider- 
ation. Reported from Rules Apr. 20, 1966; Rept. 
1442. House Calendar Passed House Apr. 25, 1966. 

H. Res. 821 (H.R. 13881).— Dogs and cats, transporta- 
tion, sale, and handling of for research purposes, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Apr. 20, 1966; 
Rept. 1443. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 
28, 1966. 

H. Res. 822 (H.R. 14088).— Armed Forces, health 
benefits program for retired members, authorize 
improved, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Apr. 20, 1966; Rept. 1444. House Calendar. 
Passed House May 11, 1966. 

H. Res. 825.— House of Representatives, Megill, 
Clerk's ofl^ce, witnesses and records. Passed House 
Apr. 25, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Coutimied 

H. I{o.s. 827.- -Hcornniii/atiim Phm \o. 2, 19()() (water 
pollution control), disapprove. Hoporled adver.scly 
fron» Govornnu'ut Operations May 5, 19GC; Kept. 
NTS. Union Calendar Union 64() 

H. Res. 829 (H.R. 14324).— National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, appropriation authorization, 
19G7, consideration. Reported from Rules Apr. 28, 
1966; Rcpt. 1461. Mouse Calendar. Passed House 
May 3, 1966. 

H. Res. 830 (S. 1098).— Interstate Commerce Act, rail- 
road freight car supply, adequacy of, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Apr. 28, 1066; Rept. 1462. 
House Calendar. Passed House JNIay 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 831 (S. 1804).— Courts, U.S. Court of Claims, 
additional judges, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Apr. 28, 1966; Rept. 1463. House Calendar 
Passed House May 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 833.— Investigations, Agriculture Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules ]\Iay 4, 
1966; Rept. 1475. House Calendar. Passed House 
May 5, 1966. 

H. Res. 836 (S. Res. 253).— Senate, Member deceased, 
McNamara of Michigan. Passed House May 2 
1966. 

H. Res. 838. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Patman, Wright, portrait presentation. Reported 
from House Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1576. 
Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 842. — House of Representatives, printing, 
U.S. Defense Policies in 1965. Reported from House 
Admmistration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1591. Passed 
House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 846 (H.R. 14732).— Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion, appropriation authorization, 1967, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules May 9, 1966; Rept. 
1485. House Calendar. Passed House May 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 848 (H.R. 14921).— Independent Offices 
Appropriation Act, 1967, waiving points of order 
against. Reported from Rules May 10, 1966- 
Rept. 1498. House Calendar. Passed House May lo! 
1966. 



H. Res. 851 (H.R. 13712).— Fair Labor Standards 
Amendments of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules May 11, 1966; Rept. 1521. House Calendar 
Passed House May 24, 1966. 

H Res. 852 (H.R. 14544).— Participation Sales Act of 
1966, consideration. Reported from Rules May 11, 
1966; Rept. 1522. House Calendar. Passed House 
May 16, 1966. 

H. Res. 855.— House of Representatives, Members' 
clerk hire, one additional. Reported from House 
Administration. May 26, 1966; Rept. 1556. Passed 
House May 26, 1966. 

H Res. 858 (H.R. 9167).— Narcotic Addict Rehabili- 
tation Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules May 19, 1966; Rept. 1544. House Calendar. 
Passed House May 31, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 859 (S. 2950). — Armed l''orce.s research and 
procurement of aircraft missiles, naval vessels, and 
tracked combat vehicles, appropriation authoriza- 
tion, 1967, consideration. Reported from Rules 
May 19, 1966; Rcpt. 1545. House Calendar. Pas.sed 
House June 14, 1966. 

H. Res. 860. — House of Representatives, printing, 
Railroad Safety, print report. Reported from House 
Administration June 2, 1966; Rept. 1592. Passed 
House June 2, 1966. 

11. Res. 863. — House of Representatives, committee, 
minority elected, Ilrlcnborn of Illinois, Edwards of 
Alabama, Conable, Jr. of New York, and Skubitz 
of Kansas. Passed House May 24, 1966. 

H. Res. 864. — Brooklyn Sunday School Union (New- 
York), greetings from House of Representatives. 
Judiciary Committee discharged. Passed House 
June 1, 1966. 

H. Res. 868 (H.R. 14050).— Library Services and 
Construction Act Amendments of 1966, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules May 25, 1966; Rept. 
1553. House Calendar. Passed House June 2, 1966. 

H. Res. 869 (S. 1357).— Bail Reform Act of 1966, 
consideration. Reported from Rules May 25, 1966; 
Rept. 1554. House Calendar. Passed House June 7, 
1966. 

H. Res. 870. — International Labor Organization Con- 
ference in Geneva, delegates and alternates, appoint- 
ment of. Reported from Rules June 7, 1966: Rept. 
1616. House Calendar. Passed House June 8, 1966. 

H. Res. 872. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Social Security Amendments of 1965," print. 
Reported from House Administration Aug. 11, 1966; 
Rept. 1844. Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. 

H. Res. 873 (S.J. Res. 161).— Father's Day, designate 
3d Sunday in June 1966 as. Judiciary Committee 
discharged. Passed House June 9, 1966. 

H. Res. 875 (H.R. 14904).— Postal service, 4th-class 
mail, certain, revise rates, consideration (21-day rule). 
Passed House June 27, 1966. 

H. Res. 876 (H.R. 14019).— Foreign Service, Foreign 
Service Buildings Act Amendments of 1966, addi- 
tional appropriations, authorize, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules June 2, 1966; Rept 1601. House 
Calendar. Passed House June 13, 1966. 

H. Res. 877 (H.R. 14025).— Defense Production Act of 
1950, extend, consideration. Reported from Rules 
June 2, 1966; Rept. 1602. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1966. 

H. Res. 878 (H.R. 14929).— Agriculture, Food for Free- 
dom Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules June 2, 1966; Rept 1603. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 8, 1966. 

H. Res. 879. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"United States-South African Relations," print. 
Reported from House Administration Aug. 11, 1966; 
Rept. 1840. Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

II. Res. 880 (H.R. 13103).— Taxes, Foreign Investors 
Tax Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules June 7, 1966; Rept. 1612. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 15, 1966. 

H. Res. 881 (H.R. 13431).— Renegotiation Act of 1951, 
extend until June 30, 1968, consideration. Reported 
from Rules June 7, 1966; Rept. 1613. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House June 15, 1966. 

H. Res. 882 (H.R. 15202).— Debt, public, increase 

fiscal year 1967, consideration. Reported from 

Rules June 7, 1966; Rept. 1614. House Calendar. 
Passed House June 8, 1966. 

H.Res. 883 (H.R. 15225).— Tennessee Valley Authority, 
increase bonds, consideration. Reported from Rules 
June 7, 1966; Rept. 1615. House Calendar. Passed 
House June 13, 1966. 

H. Res. 884. — Investigations, Agriculture Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules June 9, 1966; 
Rept. 1621. House Calendar. Passed House June 
15, 1966. 

H. Res. 887. — House of Representatives, printing, 
International Education Act of 1966, print report 
on. Reported from House Administration Aug. 11, 
1966; Rept. 1845. Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. 

H. Res. 891. — House of Representatives, printing, 
McMillan, Hon. John L., portrait presentation, print 
proceeding. Reported from House Administration 
Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1846. Passed House Aug. 11, 
1966. 

H. Res. 892 (H.R. 13196).— Health, Allied Health 
Professions Personnel Training Act of 1966, con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules June 21, 1966; 
Rept. 1641. House Calendar. Passed House June 
23, 1966. 

H. Res. 893 (H.R. 15119).— Labor, Unemployment 
Insurance Amendments of 1966, consideration. 
Reported from Rules June 21, 1966; Rept. 1642. 
House Calendar. Passed House June 22, 1966. 

H. Res. 894 (S. 3368).— Banks, Federal Reserve banks, 
U.S. obligations, purchase directly from Treasury, 
consideration. Reported from Rules June 22, 1966; 
Rept. 1646. House Calendar. Passed House June 
23, 1966. 

H. Res. 895 (H.R. 5256).— Armed Forces, career en- 
listed men, credit for Reserve service, consideration. 
Reported from Rules June 27, 1966; Rept. 1667. 
House Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 

H. Res. 896 (H.R. 12615).— Armed Forces, reimburse- 
ment for certain travel expenses, consideration. 
Reported from Armed Services June 27, 1966; Rept. 
1668. House Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 

H. Res. 897 (H.R. 14741).— Armed Forces, Marine 
Corps, officers, increase, consideration. Reported 
from Armed Services June 27, 1966; Rept. 1669. 
House Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 

H. Res. 898 (H.R. 15005).— Armed Forces, Air Force 
officers grade tables, change in, consideration. 
Reported from Armed Services June 27, 1966; Rept. 
1670. House Calendar. Passed House June 28, 1966. 



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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. Res. 900.- — House of Representatives, committees, 
compensation through June 1966. Reported from 
House Administration June 29, 1966; Rept. 1674. 
Passed House June 29, 1966. 

H. Res. 901.- — House of Representatives, telephone and 
telegraph allowance, increase. Reported from House 
Administration June 29, 1966; Rept. 1677. Passed 
House June 29, 1966. 

H. Res. 906 (H.R. 15750).— Foreign Assistance Act 
of 1966, consideration. Reported from Foreign 
Affairs June 30, 1966; Rept. 1680. House Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 909. — House of Representatives, Doorkeeper, 
compensation, equalize. Reported from House Ad- 
ministration Sept. 8, 1966: Rept. 2016. Passed House 
Sept. 8, 1966. 

H. Res. 910 (H.R. 14765).— Civil Rights Act of 1966, 
consideration {21-day rule). Passed House July 25, 
1966. 

H. Res. 911. — House of Representatives, Nathan, 
Richard P., minoritv appointment. Passed House 
July 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 913 (H.R. 15111).— Economic Opportunity 
Amendments of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules July 14, 1966; Rept. 1698. House Calendar. 
Laid on table Sept. 29, 1966. (See H. Res. 923.) 

H. Res. 916. — House of Representatives, Post Office 
and Civil Service Committee, membership. Passed 
House July 18, 1966. 

H. Res. 917. — House of Representatives, committees, 
membership, majority elected, Waldie of California. 
Passed House July 18, 1966. 

H. Res. 923 (H.R. 15111).— Economic Opportunity 
Amendments of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules July 19, 1966; Rept. 1707. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 26, 1966. 

H. Res. 929. — Investigations, campaign expenditures. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 10, 1966; Rept. 1831. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. 

H. Res. 930. — House of Representatives, printing. 
House Document No. 96, 86th Congress (George 
Washington's Farewell Address), print. Reported 
from House Administration Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1911. Passed House Aug. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 931. — District of Columbia Police Department, 
reorganization, delay pending review of report of 
crime commission. Reported from District of 
Columbia July 30, 1966; Rept. 1788. House Cal- 
endar. Passed House Aug. 22, 1966. 

H. Res. 935 (H.R. 15963).— Transportation, Depart- 
ment of, establish, consideration. Reported from 
Rules July 27, 1966; Rept. 1774. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 24, 1966. 

H. Res. 936 (H.R. 14359).— Highways, Federal Aid 
Highway Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from 
Rules July 27, 1966; Rept. 1775. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 11, 1966. 

H. Res. 939. — House of Representatives, printing. 
Joint Committee on the Organization of the Congress, 
print final report of. Reported from House Adminis- 
tration Aug. 11, 1966; Rept. 1841. Passed House 
Aug. 11, 1966. 



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HOUSK RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

H. lios. ',)t(). House of Hoprosontativos, printinf;, 
■'Economic Opportunity AuuMuiincuts of I9()(),'" 
print rci)ort on. Uoportcd from House Administra- 
tion Aug. 11, 1*)GG; Kept. 1847. Passed House Aug. 
11, 1966. 



H. Res. 94S (H.H. 14810).— Urban Mass Transporta- 
tion Act of i;)6{), consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 1, l<)tH>; Kept. 1780. House (Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. IG, 1966. 



H. Res. 949 (H.I{. 15098).— II emis Fair 1966 Exposition, 
Texas, U.S. participation, appropriation authoriza- 
tion, consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 1, 
1966; Rept. 1790. House Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

H. Res. 950 (H.R. 15639) .--Housing, Federal National 
Mortgage Association, increase authority to obtain 
funds, consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 1, 
1966; Rept. 1791. House Calendar. Laid on table 
Aug. 15, 1966. (See H.R. 156S9.) 

H. Res. 951 (S. 2934). — Agricvdture, community devel- 
opment districts, designate, and provide financing, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 1, 1966; 
Rept. 1792. House Calendar House 279 

H. Res. 952 (S. 3105).— Armed Forces, Military Con- 
struction Authorization Act, 1967, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 1, 1966; Rept. 1793. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 10, 1966. 

H. Res. 954. — House of Representatives, standards and 
conduct, create select committee on. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 31, 1966; Rept. 1929. House Calendar. 
Laid on table Oct. 19, 1966. (See H. Res. WIS.) 

H. Res. 959. — Investigations, campaign expenditures, 
funds for. Reported from House Administration 
Aug. 29, 1966; Rept. 1905. Passed House Aug. 29, 
1966. 



H. Res 964 (H.R. 13290).— Highways, safety program, 
establish, consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 
10, 1966; Rept. 1829. House Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1966. 



H. Res. 965 (H.R. 13228).— National Traffic and Motor 
Vehicle Safety Act of 1966. Reported from Rules 
Aug. 10, 1966; Rept. 1830. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1966. 

H. Res. 966. — House of Representatives, printing, 
"Relationship of Toll Facilities to the Federal Aid 
Highway Program," print hearings. Reported from 
House Administration Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 1912. 
Passed House Aug. 30, 1966. 

H. Res. 967 (H.R. 11696).— Federal Alaritime Act of 
1966, consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 11, 
1966; Rept. 1833. House Calendar House 284 



H. Res. 96S. — Investigations, Public Works Committee, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Sept. 7, 1966 ; 
Rept. 2014. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
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HOUSE RESOLUTIONS— Continued 

II. l{(>s. 969. — Investigations, Public Works Coininittec, 
travel authority. Reported from Rules Sept. 7, 
1966; R(>pt. 2015. House Calendar. Passed Ilouse 
Sept. 14, 1960. 



H. Res. 971. -House of Representatives, printing, 
"Drug Safety," print part III of li(>arings. Rcportcfl 
from House Administration Aug. 30, 1966; Rept. 
1913. Passed House Aug. 30, 1966. 



H. Res. 976 (H.R. 11555).— Chamizal boundary dis- 
pute, United States and Mexico, settlement, provide 
border highway, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Aug. 24, 1966; Ri^pt. 1875. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 977 (H.R. 11880).— Lower Rio Grande salinity 
problem, solution of, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1876. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 1, 1966. 



H. Res. 978 (H.R. 12723).— Veterans, drugs and medi- 
cine for aid-and-attendance pensioners, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1877. 
House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. 

H. Res. 979 (H.R. 14604).— District of Columbia, 
visitors and students, facilities for, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1878. 
House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 7, 1966. 



H. Res. 980 (H.R. 16330).— Philippines, hospitalization 
of certain veterans, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1879. House Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. 

H. Res. 981 (H.R. 16367). — Philippines, war orphans 
training for children of certain veterans, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 
1880. House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 
1966. 



H. Res. 982 (H.R. 16559).— National Sea Grant College 
and Program Act, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1881. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 13, 1966. 



H. Res. 983 (H.J. Res. 1217).— Banks, Federal inter- 
mediate credit banks, debentures issued by, interest 
rate limitation, delete, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1882. House Calendar. 
Laid on table Sept. 6, 1966. (See H.J. Res. 1217.) 



H. Res. 984 (H.R. 16574). — Peace Corps, appropriation 
authorization, fiscal year 1967, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Aug. 24, 1966; Rept. 1883. House 
Calendar. Passed House Aug. 31, 1966. 

H. Res. 990 (H.R. 13361).— Child Nutrition Act of 
1966, consideration. Reported from Rules Aug. 25, 
1966; Rept. 1900. House Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

H. Res. 993 (H.R. 14026).— Banks, interest rate, tem- 
porary controls, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Aug. 31, 1966; Rept. 1922. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 7, 1966. 



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H. Res. 1002 (H. J. Res. 688). — Beirut Agreement, im- 
plementation legislation, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; Rcpt. 1955. House Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 12, 1966. 



H. Res. 1003 (H. J. Res. 1163).— Compacts, Virginia, 
Maryland, and District of Columbia transit facilities, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; 
Rept. 1956. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
7, 1966. 



H. Res. 1004 (H.R. 8664).— Educational, Scientific, and 
Cultural Materials Importation Act of 1966 (Florence 
Agreement, implementation legislation), considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1957. 
House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 12, 1966. 



H. Res. 1005 (H.R. 11256).— Taxes, Federal Tax Lien 
Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1958. House Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 12, 1966. 

H. Res. 1006 (H.R. 13825).— Tijuana River (United 
States, Mexico) international flood control project, 
authorize, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1959. House Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 22, 1966. 



H. Res. 1007 (H.R. 12047).— Vietnam, U.S. Armed 
Forces, obstruction of and aid to enemy, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1960. 
House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 12, 1966. 



H. Res. 1008 (H.R. 12536) .—Armed Forces, transpor- 
tation of house trailers and mobile homes, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 
1961. House Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. 
{See H.R. 12536.) 



H. Res. 1009 (H.R. 17195). — Armed, Forces, Reserve 
Forces Bill of Rights and Vitalization Act of 1966, con- 
sideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 1, 1966; 
Rept. 1962. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 
21, 1966. 



H. Res. 1013. — House of Representatives, standards 
and conduct, create select committee on. Reported 
from Rules Sept. 7, 1966; Rept. 2012. House 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. 



H. Res. 1022 (S. 3423).— Wolf Trap Farm Park (Va.), 
establish, consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 
23, 1966; Rept. 2069. House Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 1023 (S. 3708). — Demonstration Cities and 
Metropolitan Development Act of 1966, considera- 
tion. Reported from Rules Sept. 23, 1966; Rept. 
2070. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 13, 
1966. 



H. Res. 1024 (H.R. 51).— Indiana Dimes National 
Lakeshorc, establish, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept 23, 1966; Rcpt. 2071. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. 



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H. Res. 1025 (H.R. 13161).— Education, Elementary 
and Secondary Education Amendments of 1966, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 23, 1966; 
Rept. 2072. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
4, 1966. 



H. Res. 1026 (H.R. 16076).— Water, pollution. Federal 
Water Pollution Control Act programs, improve, 
grants, consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 23, 
1966; Rept. 2073. House Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 30, 1966. 



H. Res. 1027 (H.R. 17685).— Atomic Energy Act, 
nuclear incidents, insurance and indemnification of, 
consideration. Reported from Rules Sept. 23, 1966; 
Rept. 2074. House Calendar. Passed House 
Sept. 30, 1966. 



H. Res. 1028. — Investigations, House Administration 
Committee, funds for. Reported from House 
Administration Sept. 30, 1966; Rept. 2158. House 
Calendar. Resolution and report recommitted Sept. 
30, 1966. Rereported Oct. 5, 1966; Rept. 2187. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1966. 



H. Res. 1029. — House of Representatives, stationery 
allowance, provide. Reported from House Admin- 
istration Oct. 5, 1966; Rept. 2188. Passed House Oct. 
5, 1966. 



H. Res. 1030. — Aliens, residence, permanent, oppose 
granting of. Reported from Judiciary Sept. 28, 1966 ; 
Rept. 2151. Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
11, 1966. 



H. Res. 1032 (S. 3035). — Historic properties, preserve, 
program for, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2090. House Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 10, 1966. 



H. Res. 1033 (H.R. 17899).— Banks, Financial Institu- 
tions Supervisory Act of 1966, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2091. 
House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 4, 1966. 



H. Res. 1034 (H. Res. 241).— Lincoln, Abraham, 
second inaugural centennial anniversary, funds. 
Reported from House Administration Oct. 5, 1966; 
Rept. 2189. Passed House Oct. 5, 1966. 



H. Res. 1035 (S.J. Res. 108).— Pan American Institute 
of Geography and History, U.S. membership m, 
limitation on funds, eliminate, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2146. 
House Calendar. Laid on table Oct. 3, 1966. (-See 
S.J. Res. 108.) 



H. Res. 1036 (H.R. 17607).— Taxes, real property 
investment credit and allowance of accelerated 
depreciation, suspend, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2147. House Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 30, 1966. 



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II. Hos. 103S. — Invostinatioii. Judiciary Conuuittfo, 
funds for. Hoportod from House Administration 
Oct. 19, 1966; Hcpt. 2;n:{. Passed Mouse Oct. 19, 
1966. 

H. Res. 1043.^ — Investigations, iMuopeau markets. 
Reported from Rules Oct. 13, 1966; l{ept. 22,')9. 
House Calendar. Passed Hous(> Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1044. — Investigations, elementary and second- 
ary schools. Reported from Rules Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2260. Hou.se Caleiuiar. Pas.sed House Oct. 
19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1045. — Investigations, public works, travel 
authority. Reported from Rules Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2261. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1966. 



H. Res. 1047. — ^Investigations, House Administration, 
conduct. Reported from Rules Oct. 13, 1966; 
Rept. 2262. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1048. — Investigations, Post Office and Civil 
Service, conduct. Reported from Rules Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. 2263. House Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1049 (S. 390).— Postal service, volunteer fire 
companies, rates, consideration. Reported from 
Rules Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2251. House Calendar. 
House 328 



H. Res. 1050 (H.R. 13447). — Estuarine area, system of, 
develop, consideration. Reported from Rules Oct. 
12, 1966; Rept. 2252. House Calendar__ House 329 

H. Res. 1051 (H.R. 18176).— Merchant Marine Act, 
appropriation authorization, require, consideration. 
Reported from Rules Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2253. 
House Calendar House 330 

H. Res. 1052 (H.R. 18225).— Social Security Act, 
limitation of Federal participation, consideration. 
Reported from Rides Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2254. 
House Calendar House 331 

H. Res. 1053 (H.R. 18233).— Flood control. Flood Con- 
trol Act of 1966, consideration. Reported from Rules 
Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2255. House Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1054 (H.R. 17239).— House of Representatives, 
election cases, contested, consideration. Reported 
from Rules Oct. 13, 1966; Rept. 2258. House Cal- 
endar House 333 

H. Res. 1055. — House of Representatives, press gal- 
leries and official reporters of debate, salary increase. 
Reported from House Administration Oct. 19, 1966; 
Rept. 2314. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1056. — House of Representatives, House publi- 
cation distribution service, salary increase. Re- 
ported from House Administration Oct. 19, 1966; 
Rept. 2315. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
19, 1966. 



HOUSE RESOLUTIONS- Continued 

H. Res. I05S (H.l{. I838I). -Appropriations, suppli- 
mental, i9()7, waiving ])oints of order against, lie- 
port eci from l{ules Oct. 15, 1966; Rept. 2288. House 
Calendar. I^issed House Oct. IS, 1966. 

11. l{es. 1060. — House of IJeprescntatives, contempt 
proceedings against Milton iMitchell Cohen Oct. 17, 
1966 (see Rept. 2302 citing facts). Passed House 
Oct. 18, 1966. 

H. Res. 1061. -House of Representatives, contempt 
jHoceedings against Yolanda Hall Oct. 18, 1966 
(see Rept. 2305 citing facts). Passed House Oct. 18, 
1966. 

11. Res. 1062. — House of Representatives, contempt 
proceedings against Jeremiah Stamlcr Oct. 18, 1966 
(see Rept. 2306 citing facts). Considered by House 
Oct. 18, 1966. Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1063 (S.J. Res. 167).— International Conference 
on Water for Peace, organize, consideration. Re- 
ported from Rules Oct. 18, 1966; Rept. 2307. House 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1064. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, majority elected, Secrest of Ohio. 
Passed House Oct. 18,"l966. 

H. Res. 1065. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, majority elected, Mackie of ^Michigan. 
Passed House Oct. 18", 1966. 

H. Res. 1066. — House of Representatives, committee 
membership, majority elected, Ottinger of New York. 
Passed House Oct 18, 1966. 

H. Res. 1067. — House of Representatives, committee, 
minority elected, Watkins of Pennsylvania. Passed 
House Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1069. — Investigations, Select Committee on 
Standards and Conduct, funds for. Passed House 
Oct. 19, 1966. 

H. Res. 1070. — House of Representatives, committees, 
minority elected, Cleveland of New Hampshire. 
Passed House Oct. 20, 1966. 

H. Res. 1071. — House of Representatives, Waldron, 
Agnes M., minority employee. Passed House Oct. 

21, 1966. 

H. Res. 1072. — House of Representatives, committee 
majority elected, Jones of North Carolina and 
Anderson of Tennessee. Passed House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H. Res. 1073. — House of Representatives, committees, 
minority elected, Duncan of Tennessee. Passed 
House Oct. 21, 1966. 

H. Res. 1074 (S. Res. 318). — House of Representatives, 
adjournment, notify President. Passed House Oct. 

22, 1966. 

H. Res. 1075. — House of Representatives, printing, 
rules, revised, print. Passed House Oct. 22, 1966. 

H. Res. 1076. — House of Representatives, McCormack, 
John W., Hon., thanks of the House. Passed 
House Oct. 22, 1966. 



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SENATE BILLS 

S. 2. — Executive agencies, fiscal requirements, provide 
evaluation. Reported in Senate Jan. 25, 1965; 
Government Operations; Rept. 6. Passed Senate 
Jan. 27, 1965. Referred to Rules Jan. 28, 1965. 



S. 3 (H. Res. 249). — Appalachian region, develop 
programs for. Reported in Senate Jan. 27, 1965; 
Public Works; Rept. 13. Passed Senate Feb. 1, 1965. 
Referred to Public Works Feb. 2, 1965. Reported 
Feb. 17, 1965; Rept. 51. Union Calendar. Passed 
House Mar. 3, 1965. Approved Mar. 9, 1965. Public 
Law 89-4. 



S. 4 (H. Res. 339).— Federal Water Pollution Control 
Act, research and development. Reported in Senate 
Jan. 27, 1965; Public Works; Rept. 10. Passed 
Senate Jan. 28, 1965. Referred to Public Works 
Feb. 1, 1965. Reported Mar. 31, 1965; Rept. 215. 
Union Calendar. Passed House, amended, Apr. 28, 
1965. Senate asks for a conference July 28, 1965. 
House agrees to a conference July 29, 1965. Confer- 
ence report filed Sept. 17, 1965; Rept. 1022. House 
agrees to conference report Sept. 21, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report Sept. 21, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 2, 1965. Public Law 89-234. 



S. 7. (H.R. 10330).— Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks 
Recreation Area, W. Va., establish. Reported in 
Senate July 22, 1965; Agriculture and Forestry; 
Rept. 507. Passed Senate July 23, 1965. Referred 
to Agriculture July 26, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed House Sept. 7, 1965. Proceedings vacated. 
Passed House, amended, Sept. 7, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Sept. 14, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-207. 



S. 9 (H.R. 12410).— Veterans, Veterans' Readjustment 
Benefits Act of 1966. Reported in Senate June 1, 
1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 269. Passed 
Senate July 19, 1965. Referred to Veterans' Affairs 
July 20, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House, amended, Feb. 7, 1966. Senate agrees to the 
House amendment with amendments, Feb. 10, 1966. 
House agrees to Senate amendments to House 
amendment Feb. 10, 1966. Approved Mar. 3, 1966. 
Public Law 89-358. 



S. 16. — Lupinski, E. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 278. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 17. — Containers for fruits and vegetables, repeal 
laws relating to. Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 1966; 
Commerce; Rept. 1550. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 
1966. Referred to Science and Astronautics Sept. 2, 
1966. 



S. 20 (H.R. 2071).— Assateague Island National Sea- 
shore, Md. and Va., establish. Reported in Senate 
June 15, 1965; Interior and Insular Aff'airs; Rept. 
331. Passed Senate June 17, 1965. Referred to In- 
terior and Insular Aff'airs June 21, 1965. Committee 
discharged. Passed House, amended, Sept. 7, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Sept. 15, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 21, 1965. Public Law 89-195. 



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S. 21 (H.R. 1111). — Water and land resources, develop- 
ment of. Reported in Senate Feb. 24, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 68. Passed Senate Feb. 25, 
1965. Referred to Interior and Insular AfiFairs, 
Mar. 1, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed House, 
amended. Mar. 31, 1965. Senate disagrees to House 
amendment and asks for a conference Apr. 9, 1965. 
House agrees to a conference Apr. 13, 1965. Con- 
ference report filed July 8, 1965; Rept. 603. House 
agrees to conference report July 13, 1965. Senate 
agrees to conference report July 14, 1965. Approved 
July 22, 1965. Public Law 89-80. 



S. 22 (H.R. 3606). — Water research program, promote. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 22, 1965; Interior and 
Insular Aff'airs; Rept. 127. Passed Senate Mar. 25, 
1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 
26, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed House, 
amended. Mar. 30, 1966. Senate agrees to House 
amendment Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. 19, 1966. 
Public Law 89-404. 



S. 24 (H.R. 7092). — Water, saline conversion program, 
expand. Reported in Senate June 14, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 319. Passed Senate June 
16, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
June 17, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House, amended, July 12, 1965. Senate asks for a 
conference July 14, 1965. House agrees to a con- 
ference July 19, 1965. Conference report filed Aug. 
3, 1965; Rept. 720. House agrees to conference 
report Aug. 5, 1965. Senate agrees to conference 
report Aug. 5, 1965. Approved Aug. 11, 1965. 
Public Law 89-118. 



S. 26 (H.R. 6280). — Golden Spike National Monument, 
Utah, establish. Reported in Senate June 14, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 329. Passed 
Senate June 16, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs June 17, 1965. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended, July 12, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendments July 21, 1965. 
Approved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-102. 



S. 28. — Critical materials, availability of during war 
or national emergency. Reported in Senate Feb. 8, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 56. Passed Senate 
Feb. 9, 1965. Referred to Armed Services Feb. 10. 
1965. 

S. 32 (H.R. 2020). — Nevada, southern, water project, 
construct. Reported in Senate June 15, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 332. Passed Senate June 
17, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
June 21, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House, amended, Oct. 7, 1965. Senate agrees to 
House amendment Oct. 7, 1965. Approved Oct. 22, 
1965. Public Law 89-292. 



S. 34 (H.R. 237). — Missouri River Basin, Garrison 
Unit Division, construction provisions. Reported in 
Senate Julv 20, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 470. 



S. 42. — Weed, G. T. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 77. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



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S. 45.- Clark, Maj. K. Ci., Jr. Keportod in Soirntc 
Mav 20), 1 ',)(>'): Jiidiciarv; Rcpt. 218. Passed Soiiato 
Mav 27, 19(k). Referred to Jiidiciarv May 28, 1905. 
Hoported July 22, 1!)C>5; Kept. (148. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1905. Approved Aug. 
28, 1065. Private Law 89-30. 

S. 60 (H.R. 90S).— Nez Perce National Historical Park, 
Idaiio, designation. Reported in Senate Feb. 9, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 03. Passed Senate 
Fet). 10, 1905. Referred to Interior and Insular 
Affairs Feb. 11, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed House, amended, JMay 3, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments May 5, 1965. Ap- 
proved May 15, 1965. Public Law 89-19. 

S. 68. — Hcravi, M. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rcpt. 279. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 

S. 69. — Olscn, Mrs. G. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 249. Passed Senate May 27, 
1965. Ri'ftMied to Judiciary May 28, 19C5. Re- 
ported Aug. 3, 1905; Rept. 712. "Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1905. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 1, 1905. Private Law 89-53. 

S. 70. — Heiland, A. IM. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1905; Judiciarv; Rept. 445. Passed Senate July 19, 
1905. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1905. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 831. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1905. Approved Sept. 25, 
1965. Private Law 89-94. 

S. 84 (H.R. 4429).— Wyoming, Sweetwater County, 
reimbursement for improvements to land. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 7, 1900; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1099. Passed Senate Oct. 10, 1960. 
Passed House Oct. 17, 1906. Approved Nov. 5, 
1900. Public Law 89-700. 



S. 97.— Berube, Lt. R. E., Jr. Reported in Senate 
May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 250. Passed Senate 
May 27, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. 
Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 049. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-54. 

S. 102. — Courts, North Dakota, additional place for 
holding court. Reported in Senate July 15, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 455. Passed Senate July 19, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 

S. 112 (H.R. 15951). — Hawaii, farm real estate loans 
on leased lands. Reported in Senate June 14, 1966; 
Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 1274. Passed 
Senate June 15, 1966. Referred to Agriculture 
June 16, 1966. Committee discharged. Passed 
House, amended, Aug. 30, 1966. Senate agrees to 
House amendment Sept. 7, 1966. Approved Sept. 
19, 1966. Public Law 89-586. 

S. 125. — Arguilles, A. S. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 207. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Reported 
Aug. 9, 1965; Ropt. 748. Private Calendar. Pa.ssed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Private Law 89-37. 



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8. 130. — Coletena, F. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 292. Passed Senate; .Fune 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 133. — Duinaplin, F. (J., Jr. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 208. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 134. — Hirota, L. K. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 251. Passed Senate May 27, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. Re- 
j)orted July 22, 1905; Rept. 050. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1905. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-55. 



S. 135. — Hu, E. K. O. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 434. Passed Senate Julv 19, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. " Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 832. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-75. 



S. 136. — Lagmay, A. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 435. Passed Senate Julv 19, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. " Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rcpt. 833. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-76. 



S. 137. — Lindogan, R. L. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 436. Passed Senate July 19, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 936. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Sept. 8, 1965. 



S. 146. — Pozas, D. S. Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1035. Passed Senate Mar. 4, 
1960. Referred to Judciary Mar. 7, 1900. Reported 
July 21, 1900: Rept. 1750. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1900. Approved Oct. 4, 
1906. Private Law 89-330. 



S. 149. — Ramelb, B. A. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 116. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported July 22, 1965; Rept. 651. Private Calendar. 
Passsed House, amended, Oct. 19, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Oct. 22, 1965. Ap- 
proved Nov. 8, 1965. Private Law 89-212. 



S. 153.— Tengan, M. Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 1966 ; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1015. Passed Senate INIar. 4, 1966. 
Referred to Judiciarv Mar. 7, 1965. Reported 
Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 2005. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Approved Oct. 4, 
1966. Private Law 89-331. 



S. 154. — Valdez, L. G. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 78. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 190.— Hunte, C. G. T. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 79. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. 



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S. 192. — Burnett, M. L. Reported in Senate July 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 472. Passed Senate July 22, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 834. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Private Law 89-88. 



S. 195. — Sunnyside Seed Farms, relief. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 80. Passed 
Senate Mar. 15, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 
1965. Reported Oct. 19, 1966; Rept. 2324. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 20, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 10, 1966. Private Law 89-472 



S. 196.— Fraise, G. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 81. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Reported July 
21, 1966; Rept. 1757. Private Calendar. Passed 
House, amended, Sept. 20, 1966. Senate agrees to 
House amendment Sept. 28, 1966. Approved Oct. 
8, 1966. Private Law 89-343. 

S. 199. — ^Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention 
Act, utility relocations, cost of. Reported in Senate 
May 24, 1965, Agriculture and Forestry; Rept. 242. 
Passed Senate May 25, 1965. Referred to Agricul- 
ture May 26, 1965. 

S. 200. — Mira, F. et al. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 104. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 207. — Lastra, Dr. J. S. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 293. Passed Senate June 10, 

1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Reported 
Aug. 9, 1965 Rept. 749. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. 
Private Law 89-38. 

S. 212. — W. P. Franklin lock, flood control project, 
naming of. Reported in Senate Sept. 21, 1966; 
Public Works; Rept. 1628. Passed Senate Sept. 22, 

1966. Referred to Public Works Sept. 26, 1966. 



, 231. — Adams, J. W. et al. Reported in Senate June 
24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1318. Passed Senate June 
27, 1966. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1966. Re- 
ported Sept. 28, 1966: Rept. 2125. Private Calendar. 
Private 594 



S. 243. — Kostides, K. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 82. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 244. — Lee, C. C. C. et al. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 83. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 245. — Nikolopoulos, A. et al. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 473. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. 



S. 248.— Shina, V. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 280. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 251 (H.R. 1784).— Cape Lookout National Seashore, 
N.C., establish. Reported in Senate July 23, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 509. Passed 
Senate July 27, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs July 28, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed Houge, amended, Feb. 16, 1966. Senate 
agrees to the House amendment with an amendment 
Feb. 23, 1966. House agrees to the Senate amend- 
ment to the House amendment, Feb. 28, 1966. 
Approved Mar. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-366. 



S. 254 (H.R. 707). — Tualatin Federal reclamation 
project, Oregon, construct. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 29, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
142. Passed Senate Apr. 1, 1965. Referred to 
Interior and Insular Affairs Apr. 5, 1965. Com- 
mittee discharged. Passed House, amended. Mar. 
30, 1966. Senate asks for a conference June 1, 1966. 
House agrees to a conference July 21, 1966. Confer- 
ence report filed Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1932. House 
agrees to conference report Sept. 6, 1966. Senate 
agrees to conference report Sept. 7, 1966. Approved 
Sept. 20, 1966. Public Law 89-596. 



S. 262. — Neri, M. A. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 84. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 263.— Vda de Narra, H. A. Reported in Senate 
May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 252. Passed Senate 
May 27, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. 
Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 652. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 
28, 1965. Private Law 89-39. 



S. 265 (H.R. 1791).— Utah, lands, Great Salt Lake,: 
confirm title. Reported in Senate Feb. 17, 1966; ' 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1006. Passed 
Senate Mar. 4, 1966. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Mar. 7, 1966. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended, Apr. 4, 1966. 
Senate asks for a conference Apr. 7, 1966. House 
agrees to a conference Apr. 18, 1966. Conference 
report filed May 18, 1966; Rept. 1540. House agrees 
to conference report May 19, 1966. Senate agrees to 
conference report May 19, 1966. Approved June 3, 
1966. Pubhc Law 89-441. 



S. 293 (H.R. 16958).— District of Columbia, coUege 
of arts and sciences and community and vocational 
college, establish. Reported in Senate, Aug. 31, 
1966, District of Columbia; Rept. 1557. Passed 
Senate Sept. 21, 1966. Referred to District of 
Columbia Sept. 22, 1966. 



S. 301. — Goddard, Dr. R. H., designation of day to 
honor. Reported in Senate Feb. 9, 1965; Judiciary; 
Rept. 60. Passed Senate Feb. 10, 1965. Referred 
to Judiciary Feb. 11, 1965. Reported Feb. 25, 
1965: Rept. 110. Union Calendar. Passed House, 
amended. Mar. 1, 1965. Senate agrees to House 
amendments Mar. 4, 1965. Approved Mar. 12, 1965. 
Public Law 89-5. 



S. 304.— -Daniel, W. J. B. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 253. Passed Senate June 1, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 2, 1965. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 300 (H. Kos. 587). — Air pollution from motor 
vehicles, ntiatoment, solid-waste disposiil, research 
program on. Reported in Senate NInv 14, lOOr); 
Public Works; Kept. 15)2. Passed Senate May IS, 
196.'). Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
May H», HM>.''). Reported .\ug. 31, lOG.'J; Kept. SOU. 
I'nion Calendar. Passed House, amended, Sept. 24, 
1905. Senate agn^es to House amendments Oct. 1, 
1965. Approved Oct. 20, 1965. Public Law S9-272. 

S. 307 (H.R. 824). — Compacts, taxation on motor fuels. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
76. Psvssed Senate Mar. 15. 1965. Passed House, 
amended. Mar. 29, 1965. Senate agrees to House 
amendments Apr. 1, 1965. Approved Apr. 14, 1965. 
Public Law 89-11. 



S. 309. — Commission on Noxious and Obscene Matters 
and Materials, create. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1966, Government Operations; Rept. 1355. Passed 
Senate July 11, 1966. Referred to Education and 
Labor July 12, 1966. 



S. 313. — Federal Bureau of Investigation, Director of, 
relating to appointment of. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 205. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 317. — Swanston Equipment Co., relief. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 854. Passed 
Senate Oct. 15, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Oct. 18, 
1965. 



S. 320.— Ryan, D. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 85. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965; 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 321.— Mondry, L. M. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 254. 



S. 322.— Mah, C. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 1965 ; 
Judiciarv; Rept. 561. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Aug. 16, 1965. Reported 
Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1047. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. 
Private Law 89-131. 



S. 327 (H.R. 7303).— Pacific Northwest Disaster Relief 
Act of 1965, establish. Reported in Senate Apr. 22, 
1965; Public Works; Rept. 166. Passed Senate 
Apr. 23, 1965. Referred to Public Works Apr. 26, 
1965. Committee discharged. Passed House, 
amended, May 19, 1965. Senate agrees to House 
amendments May 20, 1965. Vetoed June 5, 1965. 



S. 331. — Coleman, W. F., Jr. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 729. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 20, 1965. 



S. 337. — Hintze, F. F. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 730. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 20, 1965. Re- 
ported Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1137. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 
1965. Private Law 89-167. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 3.39 (H.R. .500).— Agate Fo.ssil Beds National Mon- 
ument, Nebr., establish. Reported in Senate Apr. 8, 
1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. l.'iO. 
I'a.ssed Senate Apr. 9, 1965. Referred to Interior 
and Insular AfTairs Apr. 12, 1965. Committee dis- 
charged. Pas.sed House, amended, May 3, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendments May 24, 1965. 
Approved June 5, 1965, Public Law 89-33. 



S. 343. — Marchcsan, P. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 
1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 5.52. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 
1965. Referred to .ludiciarv Aug. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1048. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 
1965. Private Law 89-168. 



S. 356. — Sokitch, .M. M. Reported in Senate Aug. 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 636. Passed Senate Aug. 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 25, 1965. 



S. 358. — Gasparovic, V. et al. Reported in Senate 
June 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 294. Passed Senate 
June 10, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 360 (H.R. 51). — Indiana Dunes National Lakeshorc, 
establish. Reported in Senate June 16, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Afifairs; Rept. 334. Passed 
Senate June 21, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs June 22, 1965. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended, Oct. 14, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendments Oct. 18, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-761. 



S. 372. — Senra (Rodriguez), A. J., et al. Reported in 
Senate June 8, 1905; Judiciary; Rept. 281. Passed 
Senate June 10, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 
1965. Reported Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1933. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 30, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-314. 



. 373.— Ubieta, Dr. V. M. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 105. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 1, 1966; Rept 1934. Private 
Calendar. Passed House, amended, Sept. 20, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendments Sept. 28, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 8, 1966. Private Law 89-344. 



S. 374. — Castrillo, Dr. G. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 282. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1142. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 
1965. Private Law 89-169. 



S. 375. — Sanchez, P. A. J. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; .Judiciary; Rept. 446. Passed Senate July 19, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



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S. 389. — Marangon, T. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 86. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 390 (H. Res. 1049).— Postal service, volunteer fire 
companies, rates. Reported in Senate Mar. 25, 
1965; Post Office and Civil Service; Rept. 129. 
Passed Senate Mar. 29, 1965. Referred to Post 
Office and Civil Service Mar. 30, 1965. Reported 
July 14, 1966; Rept. 1696 Union 776 

S. 394. — Daniel A. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 87. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 402.— Ja, 0. W. (Doughty, P. K.). Reported in 
Senate May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 209. Passed 
Senate May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary 
May 25, 1965. Reported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 750. 
Private Calendar. Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendment, Sept. 17, 
1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 
89-106. 



S. 405. — Nahas, G. A. et al. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 745. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2092. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 15, 1966. Private Law 89-349. 



S. 408.' — Flood disasters, victims, assistance for. 
Reported in Senate Jan. 27, 1965; Banking and 
Currency; Rept. 11. Passed Senate Jan. 28, 1965. 
Referred to Banking and Currency Feb. 1, 1965. 
Reported July 21, 1965; Rept. 632. Union Calendar. 
Union 303 



S. 409.— Cho, B. T.-S. C Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 235. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 416. — Gelado, Sister A. M. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 88. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 417. — Kowalczyk, Miss W. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 106. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 433. — Wyoming, Lander, sell land. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 18, 1966; Agriculture and Forestry; 
Rept. 1837. Passed Senate Oct. 19, 1966. Referred 
to Agriculture Oct. 20, 1966. 



S. 435 (H.R. 5798). — Kaniksu National Forest, Idaho, 
extend boundaries. Reported in Senate Mar. 3, 
1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 70. Passed 
Senate Mar. 4, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs Mar. 5, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed House, amended. May 20, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments June 1, 1965. Ap- 
proved June 14, 1965. Public Law 89-39. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued J 

S. 440. — Rodriguez, J. L. Reported in Senate Mar. 10,' 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 107. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 819. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 17, 
1965. Private Law 89-72. 



S. 442. — Coen, C. Reported in Senate May 20, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 210. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Reported Aug. 
9, 1965; Rept. 751. Private Calendar. Passed House 
Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 1965. Private 
Law 89-40. 



S. 446. — Konyen, W., et al. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 108. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 449. — Bialoglowski, S. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 211. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 450. — McCaughey, W. J. C. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 212. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 820. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Approved- 
Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 89-107. 



S. 454.- — Na, L. H. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 295. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Reported 
Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 821. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-77. 



S. 456.— Ho, K. C. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965, 
Judiciary; Rept. 89. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 469. — Tuazon, T. A. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 236. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 476 (H.R. 11089). — Airports, proximity to national 
parks, construct. Reported in Senate Aug. 17, 
1966; Commerce Committee; Rept. 1462. Passed 
Senate Aug. 19, 1966. Referred to Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce Aug. 22, 1966. Rules suspended. 
Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. Approved Nov. 5, 
1966. Public Law 89-763. 



S. 481. — Newman, W. E. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 667. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 3, 1965. 



. 489 (H.R. 2623).— San Juan Island (Pig War) Na- 
tional Historical Park, Wash., establish. Reported 
in Senate Julv 26, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 510. Passed Senate July 29, 1965. Referred 
to Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 2, 1965. Com- 
mittee discharged. Passed House, amended, July 18, 
1966. Senate agrees to House amendment Aug. 25, 
1966 Approved Sept. 9, 1966. Public Law 89-565. 



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. 41)0 (Il.R. iS'-M)).— (^hief Joseph Diiin project, 
Mausoii unit, (^iielan (iivision, VVastiiuKtou, eoii- 
struet. Ri'poitoil ii\ Souate Kcl). 9, IOC)."); Interior 
aiul Insular AfTairs; Kept. 01. I'assed Senate Keh. 
10, 196.'). Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
Feb. 11, liK)"). ConiMuttee (liseliar^ed. Passed 
House, amended. Mar. 30, ll)6(). Senate agrees to 
House anieudnient .\ug. 2.'), IDOO. Approved Sept. 7, 
H)tU). Public \,i\\\ S!)-r);')7. 



S. 491 (IIM. 2778). — Bighorn Canyon National Recrea- 
tion Area, Wyoming and Montana, establish. Re- 
ported in Senate Feb. 9, 1965; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 64. Piissed Senate Feb. 10, 1965. 
Referred to Interior and Insidar Affairs Feb. 11, 1965. 
Committees discharged. Passed House, amended, 
Sept. 19, 1966. Senate agrees to the House amend- 
ment witli an amendment Oct. 3, 1966. House 
agrees to the Senate amendment to the House amend- 
ment Oct. 3, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public 
Law 89-664. 



S. 505.— Every, D. M. C. F. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 553. Passed Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Aug 16, 1965. 



S. 507. — Veterans' Administration, defects in properties, 
aid on account of. Reported in Senate Jan. 26, 
1965; Banking and Currency; Rept. 7. Passed 
Senate Jan. 27, 1965. Referred to Veterans' 
Affairs Jan. 28, 1965. 



S. 510 (H.R. 2986).— Public Health Service, com- 
munity health services extension amendments. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 117. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Mar. 15, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House amended. May 3, 1965. House asks for a 
conference May 3, 1965. Senate agrees to a con- 
ference July 19", 1965. Conference report filed July 
23, 1965. Rept. 676. Senate agrees to conference 
report July 26, 1965. House agrees to conference 
report July 27, 1965. Approved Aug. 5, 1965. 
Public Law 89-109. 



S. 511. — Gorgas Memorial Library, Canal Zone, 
appropriation authorization, increase. Reported in 
Senate June 24, 1965; Labor and PubUc Welfare; 
Rept. 365. Passed Senate June 25, 1965. Referred 
to Foreign Affairs June 28, 1965. Reported Aug. 2, 
1965; Rept. 705. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 16, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Sept. 1, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 11, 1965. Public Law 89-181. 



S. 516. — St. Augustine Quadricentennial Commission, 
members, extend, and authorize appropriations. 
Reported in Senate Mav 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
206. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary May 25, 1965. Reported Oct. 12, 1965; 
Rept. 1145. Union Calendar. Passed House, amend- 
ed, Oct. 18, 1965. Senate agrees to House amend- 
ments Oct. 19, 1965. Approved Oct. 30, 1965. 
Public Law 89-307. 



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S. 517. — Daughcrty, J. Wm., Jr. Reported in Senate 
■lune 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 296. Pa.ssed Senate 
.June 10, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 19, 1965- Rept. 822. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sej)t. 8, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 25, 1965. Private Law 89-95. 



. 518. — Cicorgoulia, J. K. Reported in Senate 
June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 358. Passed Senate 
Juno 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 
Reported Mar. 21, 1966; Rept 1342. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Apr. 5, 1966. Senate 
agr(>es to House amendment Apr. 27, 1966. Ap- 
proved May 10, 1966. Private Law 89-243. 



S. 521. — Femia, M. G. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 283. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 823. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-78. 



S. 526. — Mines experiment stations, limitations on 
appropriation, remove. Reported in Senate June 
13, 1966; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1273. 
Passed Senate June 15, 1966. Referred to Interior 
and Insular Affairs June 16, 1966. 



S. 550. — Linnane, P. A. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 284. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 551. — Lam, R. B-Y. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 297. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 552.— Laird, E. E. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 1966, 
Judiciary; Rept. 1844. 



S. 553. — Compacts, Upper Niobrara River, Wyo. and 
Nebr. Reported in Senate Aug. 8, 1966; Interior and 
Insular Affairs; Rept. 1435. Passed Senate Aug. 9, 
1966. Referi'ed to Interior and Insular Affairs 
Aug. 10, 1966. 



S. 559 (H.R. 3014).— Cigarettes, labeling. Reported in 
Senate May 19, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 195. Passed 
Senate June 16, 1965. Passed House, amended, 
June 22, 1965. House asks for a conference June 22, 
1965. Senate agrees to a conference June 23, 1965. 
Conference report filed July 1, 1965. Rept. 586. 
Senate agrees to conference report July 6, 1965. 
House agrees to- conference report July 13, 1965. 
Approved July 27, 1965. Public Law 89-92. 



S. 560.— Federal Water Pollution Control Act and 
Clean Air Act, provide cooperation. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 22, 1965; Public Works; Rept. 128. 
Passed Senate Mar. 25, 1965. Referred to Public 
Works Mar. 26, 1965. 

S. 561. — Federal grants-in-aid, improve administration 
of. Reported in Senate Aug. 3, 1965; Government 
Operations; Rept. 538. Passed Senate Aug. 5, 1965. 
Referred to Government Operations Aug. 9, 1965. 



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S. 562. — Veterans' Administration facilities, redefined. 
Reported in Senate June 6, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1210. Passed Senate June 8, 1966. 
Referred to Veterans' Affairs June 9, 1966. 



S. 570. — Chow, F. S. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 90. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 752. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-41. 



S. 571. — Barrood, D. H. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 91. Passed Senate Mar 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Re- 
ported June 8, 1965; Rept. 459. Private Calendar. 
Passed House July 13, 1965. Approved July 24, 
1965. Private Law 89-15. 



S. 572. — Wolverton, R. L. Reported in Senate May 
26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 255., Passed Senate 
May 27, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. 
Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 653. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Aug. 20, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-56. 



S. 573. — Ayata, Dr. S. M. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 285. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 19, 1965; Rept. 824. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 25, 
1965. Private Law 89-96. 



S. 574. — Hein, L. W., et al. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 92. Passed Senate 
Mar. 15, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. 



S. 576.— Physicians and dentists, encourage in shortage 
areas. Reported in Senate Jan. 27, 1965; Labor and 
Public Welfare; Rept. 12. Passed Senate Jan. 28, 
1965. Referred to Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce Feb. 1, 1965. 



S. 577. — Morse, M. F. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 731. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 20, 1965. Re- 
ported Feb. 3, 1966; Rep. 1253. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Feb. 16, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Feb. 25, 1966. Ap- 
proved Mar. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-216. 



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S. 579. — New Hampshire, State of, relief. Reported 
in Senate May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 213. 
Passed Senate May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary 
May 25, 1965. Reported July 20, 1965; Rept. 627. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Aug. 2, 1965. 
Approved Aug. 13, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-120. 



S. 582. — Kaznacheev, A. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 214. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 753. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-42. 



S. 584.— Chau, M. C. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 241. Passed Senate May 24 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 835. Private Calendar 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 25 
1965. Private Law 89-97. 



S. 585.— Woo, S., et al. Reported in Senate May 20 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 215. Passed Senate May 24 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. ^ 



S. 586.— Tsilis, M. Reported in Senate May 20, 1965 
Judiciary; Rept. 216. Passed Senate May 24, 1965 
Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Reportec 
.-Vug. 23, 1965; Rept. 836. Private Calendar 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22 
1965. Private Law 89-89. 



S. 596 (H.R. 3140). — Health, heart disease, cancer 
stroke, combat. Reported in Senate June 24, 1965 
Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 368. Passe 
Senate .Tune 28, 1965. Referred to Interstate an' 
Foreign Commerce June 29, 1965. Committee dis 
charged. Passed House, amended, Sept. 24, 196£ 
Senate agrees to House amendments Sept. 29, 196£ 
Approved Oct. 6, 1965. Public Law 89-239. 



597 (H.R. 3142). — Medical Library Assistance Ac 
of 1965. Reported in Senate Sept. 20, 1965; Labo 
and Public Welfare; Rept. 756. Passed Senat 
Sept. 22, 1965. Passed House, amended, Oct. 1 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendments Oct. V. 
1965. Approved Oct. 22, 1965. Public Law 89-291 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. .VJi) (11. U. 48.')).— Auburu-Folsoiii, soiitli unit, Ciili- 
fornia, construction of. Hoportod in Senate Jun(< 10, 
1065; Interior and Insular AtTairs; Kept. 312. 



S. 602 (H.R. 4851). -Snuill Reclamation Projects Act, 
scope of, broaden. Reported in Senate June 21, 
1965; Interior and Insular AITairs; Rept. XiQ. 
Passed Senate Jidy 1, 1965. Referred to Interior 
and Insular Affairs July 6, 1905. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended, Sept. 7, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference Sept. 16, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference Mav 2, 1966. Conference 
report filed June 16, 1966. Rept. 1627. House 
disagrees to conference report and asks for a further 
conference July 21, 1966. Senate agrees to a further 
conference Aug. 11, 1966. Further conference report 
filed Aug. 17, 1966; Rept. 1858. Senate agrees 
to further conference report Aug. 18, 1966. House 
agrees to further conference report Aug. 22, 1966. 
Approved Sept. 2, 1966. Public Law 89-553. 



S. 611. — Alaska, Mount Edgecumbe Boarding School. 
Reported in Senate June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
403. Passed Senate July 7, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary July 8, 1965. Reported Sept. 22, 1965; 
Rept. 1058. Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
5, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 1965. Private Law 
89-132. 



S. 612.— Schofiield, K. D. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 437. Passed Senate July 
19, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



S. 614.— Kantas, E. M. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Jucidiary; Rept. 298. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 837. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 25, 
1965. Private Law 89-98. 



S. 615. — Chingas, A. et al. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 93. Passed Senate 
Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 616.— Kim, Miss C. S. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 237. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 754. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-43. 



S. 618. — Samuelli, N. I. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; .Judiciary: Rept. 115. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported May 27, 1965; Rept. 387. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 3, 1965. Senate asks 
for a conference Aug. 19, 1965. House agrees to a 
conference Aug. 24, 1965. Conference report filed 
Sept. 14, 1965. Rept. 989. House agrees to con- 
ference report Sept. 15, 1965. Senate agrees to 
conference report Sept. 16, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 
1965. Private Law 89-108. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 619.— Samuelli, N. I. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 94. Pas.sed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Rcfcrrefl to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. Reported 
Oct. 12, 1965; Rept. 1149. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Oct. 19, 1965. Senate asks 
for a conference Oct. 20, 1965. Senate requests re- 
turn Oct. 21, 1965. Returned by House Oct. 21, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendment with an 
amendment Oct. 22, 1965. House agrees to Senate 
amendment to House amendment Oct. 22, 1965. Ap- 
proved Nov. 7, 1965. Private Law 89-203. 



S. 621. — Malnar, M. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 391. Passed Senate July 7, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 



S. 624. — Children, minor, free care or adoption of. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 18, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
126. Passed Senate Mar. 22, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary Mar. 23, 1965. 



S. 625. — Lands, isolated, sale. Reported in Senate 
July 26, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 512. 
Passed Senate July 28, 1965. Referred to Interior 
and Insular Affairs July 29, 1965. 



S. 627. — Vessels, oceanographic research, inspection of. 
Reported in Senate Apr. 28, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
168. Passed Senate Apr. 29, 1965. Referred to 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries May 3, 1965. Re- 
ported July 7, 1965; Rept. 599. Union Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, July 12, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments July 19, 1965. Ap- 
proved July 30, 1965. Public Law 89-99. 



S. 632.— Torre, F. R. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 95. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 640. — Zubieta, Z. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 96. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 642.— Won, C. K. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 97. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. Re- 
ported July 21, 1966; Rept. 1758. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 2, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Aug. 16, 1966. Ap- 
proved Aug. 25, 1966. Priwatc Law 89-280. 



S. 653. — Paluras, G. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 286. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciarv June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 838. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Private Law 89-90. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 664. — Indians, Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin, 
judgment funds. Reported in Senate Apr. 9, 1965; 
Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 160. Passed 
Senate Apr. 13, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs Apr. 14, 1965. Reported Aug. 30, 
1965; Rept. 889. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended, passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 1, 1965. Public Law 89-224. 

S. 678. — Sook, L. H. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 287. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Reported Aug. 
9, 1965: Rept. 755. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 24, 1965. 
Private Law 89-35. 

S. 683. — Housley, Mrs. A. E. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 590. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 17, 1965. 

S. 686. — Del Frate, P. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 98. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 

1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Re- 
ported June 8, 1965; Rept. 460. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, July 13, 1965. 

S. 688.— (H.R. 13669).— Agriculture, Bankhead-Joncs 
Farm Tenant Act, land conservation and utilization, 
provide for. Reported in Senate Oct. 5, 1966; Agri- 
culture and Forestry; Rept. 1676. Passed Senate 
Oct. 7, 1966. Referred to Agriculture Oct. 10, 1966. 
Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 17, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 8, 1966. Public Law 89-796. 

S. 690.— Pitman, N. J. Reported in Senate Aug. 24, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1508. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 

1966. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 29, 1966. Re- 
ported Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2126. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Oct. 18, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-445. 

S. 693. — Foreign Agents Registration Act, strengthen. 
Reported in Senate April 1, 1965; Foreign Relations; 
Rept. 143. Passed Senate Apr. 5, 1965. Referred 
to Judiciary Apr. 6, 1965. Reported May 3, 1966. 
Rept. 1470. Union Calendar. Rules suspended. 
Passed House, amended. May 16, 1966. Senate asks 
for a conference May 23, 1966. House agrees to a 
conference May 24, 1966. Conference report filed 
June 16, 1966. Rept. 1632. House agrees to con- 
ference report June 21, 1966. Senate agrees to con- 
ference report June 21, 1966. Approved July 4, 1966. 
Public Law 89-486. 

S. 694. — Soos, Mrs. A. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 109. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 696.— Ng, S. W. Reported in Senate Apr. 20, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1004. Passed Senate Apr. 21, 
1966. Referred to Judiciary Apr. 25, 1966. 



S. 699. — Federal employees, Civil Service, reemployment 
of annuitants, annuities of surviving spouses, com- 
puting. Reported in Senate Aug. 18, 1966; Post 
Office and Civil Service; Rept. 1481. Passed 
Senate Aug. 22, 1966. Referred to Post Office and 
Civil Service Aug. 23, 1966. Reported Oct. (i, 1966; 
Ilcpt. 2201. Union Calendar. Passed House, 
amended, Oct. 11, 1966. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 701 (H. Res. 364). — International Cofifee Agreement, 
1962, obligations of United States. Reported in 
Senate Feb. 1, 1965; Finance; Rept. 53. Passed 
Senate Feb. 2, 1965. Referred to Ways and Means 
Feb. 3, 1965. Reported Apr. 19, 1965; Rept. 252. 
Union Calendar. Passed House, amended, May 12, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendments May 13, 
1965. Approved May 22, 1965. Pubhc Law 89-23. 



S. 702 (H.R. 2983).— Indians, Quinaielt Tribe, judg- 
ment funds. Reported in Senate Apr. 8, 1 965 ; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 152. Passed Senate 
Apr. 9, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular 
Affairs Apr. 12, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed House May 17, 1965. Approved May 27, 
1965. Public Law 89-28. 



S. 703. — Addington, K. O. Reported in Senate June 8, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 288. Passed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 839. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Private Law 89-91. 



S. 711. — Wohlmuth, Mrs. H. L. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 457. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1059. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Oct. 19, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 30, 1965. Private Law 89-170. 



S. 719.— Pekar, I. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; , 
Judiciary; Rept. 99. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 720. — Radio, I., et al. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 110. Passed Senate Mar 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 766. — Rondberg, Lt. S. R. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965: Judiciary; Rept. 596. Passed Senate 
Aug. 16, 1965. Referred to Judiciary .\ug. 17, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 6, 1966; Rept. 2006. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. .\pprovcd 
Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-332. 



S. 767. — Hofacker, G. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. HI. Passed Senate Mar 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. 



S. 769. — Ku, Dr. M. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 100. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 

1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2093. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Oct. 11, 1966. Sen- 
ate agrees to Housi amendment Oct. 17, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-446. 

S. 774 (H.R. 10329). — Metric system in the United 
States, investigation and research of. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 16, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 751. 
Passed Senate Sept. 20, 1965. Referred to Science 
and Astronautics Jan. 17, 1966. Reported Feb. 17, 

1966. Rept. 1291. Union Calendar Union 546 



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SENATK BILLS— Continued 

S. 776. — Punnett, E. I. Ilcportod in ScMiatc Apr. 20, 
1966, Judiciarv; Kept. 1 IKi. Pas.scd Senate Apr. 21, 
1966. lloforrod to Jndioiiiry Apr. 2^), 1966. 



S. 777. — Amado, J. B., ct :il. Reported in Senate June 
9, 1966; Judiciarv; Kept. 1264. Passed Senate June 
13, 1966. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1966. 



S. 778.— Moric, X. Reported in Senate June 8, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 290. Passed Senate June 10, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 779.— Lyska, H. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 668. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Sept. 3, 1965. Reported Sept. 
22, 1965; Rept. 1049. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Oct. 5, 1965. Approved Oct. 19, 196.'^ 
Private Law 89-133. 



S. 782. — Ungvari, A. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 
1965; JudicLarv; Rept. 562. Passed Senate Aug. 12, 
1965. Referred to Judiciarv Aug. 16, 1965. 



S. 788. — Maas, M. J., hospital named for. Reported 
in Senate Aug. 10, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 565. Passed Senate Aug. 11, 1965. Referred 
to Veterans' Affairs Aug. 12, 1965. 



S. 794. — Yakima project, Kennewick extension, Wash- 
ington, construct. Reported in Senate Feb. 9, 1965; 
Interior and Lisular Affairs; Rept. 62. Passed Senate 
Feb. 10, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular 
Affairs Feb. 11, 1965. 



S. 795.- — Indians, Lummi Indian Reservation, assessing 
of lands. Reported in Senate Apr. 8, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 153. Passed Senate 
Apr. 9, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
Apr. 12, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House Sept. 7, 1965. Approved Sept. 17, 1965. 
Public Law 89-190. 



S. 800 (H.R. 7657) (H. Res. 400, waiving points 
of order against conference report, agreed to May 26, 
1965). — Armed Forces, research and procurement of 
aircraft, missiles, and naval vessels, appropriation 
authorization, 1966. Reported in Senate Apr. 2, 
1965; Armed Services; Rept. 144. Passed Senate 
Apr. 6, 1965. Referred to Armed Services Apr. 7, 
1965. Committee discharged. Passed House, 
amended, May 5, 1965. Senate asks for a confer- 
ence May 18, 1965. House agrees to a conference 
May 1^9, 1965. Conference report filed May 25, 
House agrees to conference report 
Senate agrees to conference report 
Approved June 11, 1965. Public 



1965; Rept. 374. 
May 26, 1965. 
May 27, 1965. 
Law 89-37. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 801. — Balance of payments, improve by use of 
foreign currencies in lieu of dollars. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 21, 1966; Banking and Currency; 
Rept. 1078. Passed Senate Mar. 22, 1966. Referred 
to Ways and Means Mar. 23, 1966. Reported Sept. 
1, 1966; Rept 1954. Union Calendar. Passed House 
Oct. 7, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 
89-677. 



S. 803.— Yen, C. Z., et al. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 656. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 3, 1965. 



S. 805 (H.R. 45). — Inter- American Development Bank, 
increase U.S. participation in. Reported in Senate 
Feb. 11, 1965; Foreign Relations; Rept. 67. 



S. 822 (H.R. 5226).— Wire, C. D., land in Wyoming, 
convey to. Reported in Senate June 1, 1966; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 1199. Passed Senate 
June 2, 1966. Referred to Interior and Insular 
Affairs June 6, 1966. Committee discharged. 
Passed House July 19, 1966. Approved July 28, 
1966. Private Law 89-267. 



S. 826.— Khorana, H. G. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 238. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 756. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-44. 



S. 827.— Moy, K. Y. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 340. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 828.— Hi, Cha Mi Reported in Senate June 22, 1965 ; 
Judiciary; Rept. 353. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. Reported 
Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 840. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-79. 



S. 829. — Agostini, E., et al. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 101. Passed Senate Mar. 15, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 16, 1965. 



S. 834. — Rado, J. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 354. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



. 836.— Wool Products Labehng Act of 1939, fiber 
content. Reported in Senate May 10, 1965; Com- 
merce; Rept. 186. Passed Senate May il, 1965. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce May 12, 
1965. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 840.— Stratis, C. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 102. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15., 1965. 



S. 849. — Viseu, A. P. Reported in Senate July 21, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1390. Passed Senate July 25, 
1966. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1966. 



S. 850. — McCoy, S. L. Reported in Senate July 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 456. Passed Senate July 19, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



S. 851. — LaMountain, M. Sgt. B. L. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 855. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Oct. 14, 
1965. Reported Feb. 3, 1966; Rept. 1254. Private 
Calendar. Passed House, amended, Feb. 16, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Feb. 25, 1966. 
Approved Mar. 7, 1966. Private Law 89-217. 



S. 853. — Legarde, C. N., et al. Reported in Senate 
June 28, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 375. Passed Senate 
June 30, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 1, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 31, 1965; Rept. 912. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 
17, 1965. Private Law 89-73. 



S. 856. — Clark, R. M., estate, relief. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 103. Passed 
Senate Mar. 11, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 
15, 1965. Reported May 27, 1965; Rept. 388. Pri- 
vate Calendar. Passed House June 15, 1965. Ap- 
proved June 24, 1965. Private Law 89-10. 



S. 857. — Papathanasiou, Mrs. S. Reported in Senate 
June 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 289. Passed Senate 
June 10, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 858. — Lung, C. A. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 341. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 859. — Torosian, Mr. and Mrs. T. Reported in 
Senate June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 342. Passed 
Senate June 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 
1965. 



S. 861. — Games, A. A. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 392. Passed Senate July 7, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 841. Private Calendar. 
iPassed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 22, 
1965. Private Law 89-92. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 862.— Zee-Ching, W. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 355. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 864.— Feuer, R. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 343. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 867.— Wai, Y. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 344. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 868. — de San Jose, Mother A. (nee C. H. Aguilar). 
Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
345. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 869.— Briszk, Y. T. Y. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 393. Passed Senate July 7, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 



S. 870. — KaloyanofiF, K. D. Reported in Senate 
July 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 438. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



S. 872.— Laci, V. Reported in Senate July 15, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 447. Passed Senate July 19, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



. 879.— Suk, K. S. Reported in Senate July 15, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 448. Passed Senate July 19, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. Reported Aug. 
25, 1965; Rept. 857. Private Calendar. Passed 
House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 1965. 
Private Law 89-80. 



S. 893. — Indians, Tlingit and Haida Indians of Alaska, 
claims. Reported in Senate Apr. 9, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 159. Passed Senate 
Apr. 13, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
Apr. 14 1965. Reported June 16, 1965; Rept. 521. 
Union Calendar. Passed House, amended, July 12, 
1965. Senate agrees to the amendments of the House 
with an amendment Aug. 2, 1965. House agrees to 
Senate amendment to House amendment Aug. 5, 
1965. Approved Aug. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-130. 



S. 897.— St. Croix National Scenic Waterway, Min- 
nesota and Wisconsin, provide. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 2, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 679. 
Passed Senate Sept. 8, 1965. Referred to Interior 
and Insular Affairs Sept. 9, 1965. 



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SENATE BILLS— Ctontlnued 

S. 902. — Agriculture, hind use, urban, States and 
agencies, cooperation, authorize. Reported in Senate 
May 19. 1966; Agriculture and Forestry; Kept. 1180. 
Passtnl Senate Miiv 23, 1966. HeferrJxl to Agricul- 
ture Mav 24, 1966. Reported Aug. 3, 1966; Rept. 
1804. Union (^jilendar. Passed House, amended, 
Aug. 15, 1966. Senate agrees to House amendments 
Aug. 25, 1966. Approved Sept. 7, 1966. Public 
Law 89-560. 



S. 903. — Communications Act of 1934, radio towers, 
painting of. Reported in Senate July 28, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 524. Passed Senate July 30, 
1965. Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Aug. 2, 1965. Reported Sept. 16, 1965; Rept. 1014. 
Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Ap- 
proved Oct. 19, 1965. Public Law 89-268. 



S. 905. — Aliens, employment by Secretary of Com- 
merce. Reported in Senate Apr. 13, 1965; Commerce; 
Rept. 163. Passed Senate Apr. 21, 1965. Referred 
to Interstate and Foreign Commerce Apr. 22, 1965. 



S. 906 (H.R. 3351). — Vessels, measurement of tonnage. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 2, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
674. Passed Senate Sept. 7, 1965. Passed House 
Sept. 20, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public 
Law 89-219. 



S. 908. — Commerce, Department of, accounting pro- 
cedures. Reported in Senate Apr. 9, 1965; Com- 
merce; Rept. 157. Passed Senate Apr. 13. 1965. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Apr. 14, 1965. 



S. 916. — Sanders, D. L. Reported in Senate Mar. 10, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 112. Passed Senate Mar. 11, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 15, 1965. Re- 
ported June 8, 1965; Rept. 461. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-45. 



S. 919 (S. Con. Res. 67).— Schuster, Lt. Col. Wm. T. 
Reported in Senate May 26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
256. Passed Senate May 27, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary May 28, 1965. Reported July 22, 1965; 
Rept. 654. Private Calendar. Passed House, 
amended, Oct. 19, 1965. Senate agrees to House 
amendment Oct. 20, 1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. 
Private Law 89-213. 



S. 924. — Devereux, J. R. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1872. 



S. 925. — Hwang, W. S. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 346. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 926.— Wong, L. H., et al. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1036. Passed Senate 
Mar. 4, 1966. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 7, 1966. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

. 936. — Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshorc, 
Mich., establish. Report(Hl in Senate Aug. 24, 1965; 
Interior and Insular AfFairs; Rei)t. 611. Passed 
Senate Aug. 26, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular Affairs Aug. 30, 1965. Reported Aug. 25, 
1966; Rept. 1895. Union Calendar. Union 867 



S. 943. — Vohryzka, F. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 356. Passed Senate June 24, 

1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. Reported 
Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1367. Private Calendar. 
Passed House May 3, 1966. Approved May 11, 

1966. Private Law 89-244. 



S. 944. — National Oceanographic Council, establish. 
Reported in Senate July 29, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
528. Passed Senate Aug. 5, 1965. Referred to 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Aug. 9, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 17, 1965; Rept. 1025. Union Calendar. 
Rules suspended, passed House amended Sept. 20, 
1965. Senate asks for a conference Apr. 7, 1966. 
House agrees to a conference Apr. 19, 1966. Con- 
ference report filed May 24, 1966. Rept. 1548. 
House agrees to conference report May 26, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report June 2, 1966. 
Approved June 17, 1966. Public Law 89-454. 



S. 945. — Alaska-U.S. Joint Commission on Naviga- 
bility, create. Reported in Senate Aug. 2, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 529. Passed Senate Aug. 3, 1965. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce Aug. 4, 
1965. 



S. 949 (H.R. 3420).— State Technical Services Act, 
Federal support of, provide. Reported in Senate 
July 1, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 421. Passed Senate 
July 19, 1965. Referred to Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce July 20, 1965. Committee discharged. 
Passed House, amended, Sept. 1, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Sept. 7, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 14, 1965. Public Law 89-182. 



S. 950. — Sports, baseball, football, etc., antitrust laws, 
applicability. Reported in Senate July 16, 1965. 
Judiciary; Rept. 462. Passed Senate Aug. 31, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Sept. 1, 1965. 



S. 954. — Maclntyre, A. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 359. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 757. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-46. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 956. — Guam and Virgin Islands, construction author- 
ization, customs service. Reported in Senate Apr. 13, 
1965; Public Works; Kept. 165. Passed Senate 
Apr. 21, 1965. Referred to Public Works Apr. 22, 
1965. Reported July 6, 1965; Rept. 590. Union 
Calendar. Passed House July 12, 1965. Approved 
July 24, 1965. Public Law 89-87. 



S. 971. — Guira, Mrs. E. B. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 394. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 842. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-81. 



S. 974 (H.R. 4257).— Manpower Act of 1965. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 12, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; 
Rept. 123. Passed Senate Mar. 16, 1965. Passed 
House, amended, Apr. 1, 1965. Senate disagrees to 
House amendment and asks for a conference Apr. 5, 
1965. House agrees to a conference Apr. 5, 1965. 
Senate agrees to conference report Apr. 9, 1965. 
Conference report filed Apr. 12, 1965; Rept. 231. 
House agrees to conference report Apr. 13, 1965. 
Approved Apr. 26, 1965. Public Law 89-15. 



S. 976 (H.R. 3438). — Bankruptcy, taxes in. Reported 
in Senate Mar. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 114. 
Rereported in Senate Feb. 16, 1966; Finance; Rept. 
996. 



S. 982. — Smith, Maj. R. G. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 19, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1863. Passed Senate 
Oct. 20, 1966. Referred to Judiciary Oct. 21, 1966. 

S. 985 (H.R. 15440. — Packaging, unfair and deceptive, 
prohibit. Reported in Senate May 25, 1966; Com- 
merce; Rept. 1186. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
June 13, 1966. Rules suspended, passed House, 
amended, Oct. 3, 1966. Senate asks for a conference 
Oct. 6, 1966. House agrees to a conference Oct. 12, 
1966. Conference report filed Oct. 14, 1966; Rept. 
2286. House agrees to conference report Oct. 17, 
1966. Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 19, 
1966. Approved Nov. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-755. 

S. 993.— Cruz, Dr. O. V. Reported in Senate Aug. 16, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 603. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 

1965. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1935. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Approved Oct. 3, 

1966. Private Law 89-315. 



S. 998. — Fish, fisheries, loans for, extend. Reported in 
Senate June 14, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 325. Passed 
Senate June 16, 1965. Referred to Merchant Ma- 
rine and Fisheries June 17, 1965 Reported July 7, 
1965; Rept. 600. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended, passed House July 12, 1965. Approved 
July 24, 1965. Public Law 89-85. 

S. 1000. — Property, movable, transfer of title to 
agencies. Reported in Senate Mar. 26, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 141. Passed Senate 
Mar. 29, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
Mar. 30, 1965. Reported June 1, 1965; Rept. 435. 
Union Calendar. Passed House, amended, June 7, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendments June 9, 
1965. Approved June 24, 1965. Public Law 89-48. 



SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1001. — Sirota, L. Reported in Senate June 22, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 347. Passed Senate June 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 



S. 1004. — Federal Property and Administrative Serv- 
ices Act, procurement procedure. Reported in Sen- 
ate June 3, 1965; Government Operations; Rept. 274. 
Passed Senate June 7, 1965. Referred to Govern- 
ment Operations June 8, 1965. Reported Oct. 14, 
1965; Rept. 1166. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended, passed House, amended, Oct. 18, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendments, Oct. 21, 196.'i 
Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-343. 



S. 1008. — James, A. O. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 257. Passed Senate May 27, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. Re- 
ported July 22, 1965; Rept. 655. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 3, 1965. Approved Aug. 13, 
1965. Private Law 89-34. 



S. 1012. — Kernberg, Dr. 0. F. Reported in Senate 
June 22, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 357. Passed Senate 
June 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 28, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 843. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Approved Oct. 
19, 1965. Private Law 89-134. 



S. 1013. — Debt, public, report to Congress, require. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 14, 1965; Finance; Rept. 
710. Passed Senate Sept. 17, 1965. Referred to 
Ways and Means Sept. 20, 1965. Reported Oct. 14, 
1966; Rept. 2280. Union Calendar Union 1026 



S. 1015.— Communications Act of 1934, FCC regula- 
tion of devices interfering with radio reception. 
Reported in Senate May 31, 1966; Commerce; Rept. 
1194. Passed Senate June 2, 1966. Referred to 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, June 6, 1966. 



S. 1021. — Hazardous substances, transportation, rede- 
fine "carrier." Reported in Senate July 9, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 429. 



S. 1039. — Viselli, A. Reported in Senate May 20, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 217. Passed Senate May 24, 1965, 
Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 1040. — Monarco, G. R. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 218. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S 1049.— Growth, Fly and Her. Reported in Senate 
Sept. 15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 715. Passed Senate 
Sept. 17, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 20, 1965. 
Reported Mar. 8, 1966; Rept 1309. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House Apr. 5, 1966. Approved Apr. lb, 
1966. Private Law 89-233. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1064.— Jacobc, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ct iil. Reported 
in Senate May 20, 1%5; Judiciary ; Rept. 219. Passed 
Senate May 24, 1965. Referred" to Judiciary May 25, 
1965. 



S. 1065 (II. R. 9515).— Great Falls property, Virginia, 
acquire for George Washington Memorial Parkway. 
Reported in Senate June 14, 1965; Interior and In- 
sular .\ffairs; Rept. 327. Pas.sed Senate June 10, 
1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs June 
17, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed House, 
amended, Sept. 20, 1965. Senate agrees to House 
amendment Sept. 28, 1965. Approved Oct. 10, 1965. 
Public Law 89-255. 



S. 1068.— Starr, F. E. Reported in Senate May 26, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 258. Passed Senate May 27, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mav 28, 1965. Re- 
ported July 22, 1965; Rept. 656. Private Calendar. 
Objected to and recommitted Aug. 17, 1965. Re- 
ported July 19, 1966; Rept. 1709. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended. Oct. 11, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House an endment Oct. 19, 1966. Approved 
Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 89-447. 



S. 1076. — Shabaz, K. Reported in Senate June 22, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 348. Passed Senate June 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciarv June 28, 1965. 



S. 1084. — Chang, S. H. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 220. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 1, 1965; Rept. 919. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-82. 



S. 1088. — Walla Walla project, Touchet division, 
Oregon- Washington, establish. Reported in Senate 
July 26, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 
511. Passed Senate July 29, 1965. Referred to 
Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 2, 1965. 



S. 1098 (H. Res. 830).— Interstate Commerce Act, 
national railroad freight car supply, adequacy of. 
Reported in Senate June 30, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 
386. Passed Senate June 30, 1965. Referred to 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce July 1 1965. 
Reported Oct. 20, 1965; Rept. 1183. Union 
Calendar. Passed House, amended, May, 12, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendment May 17, 1966 
Approved May 26, 1966. Public Law 89-430. 



S. 1101. — Dominick, A. E., convey mineral interests to. 
Reported in Senate Oct. 6, 1966; Interior and Insular 
Affairs; Rept. 1680. Passed Senate Oct. 7, 1966. 
Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs Oct. 10, 
1966. Committee discharged. Passed House Oct. 

18, 1966. Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Private Law 

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. 1103.— Ast, K. C. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 221. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 758. Private Calendar. 
Passed IIouBe Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-47. 



S. 1104. — Gazarian, M. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 222. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Mav 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 858. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Sept. 8, 1965. 



S. 1111. — Bodenstein, P. Reported in Senate June 
30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 395. Passed Senate July 
7, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 859. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 21, 1965. Approved Sept. 29. 
1965. Private Law 89-109. 



S. 1113. — Maiorano, E. et al. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 401. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 



S. 1118 (H.R. 4644).— District of Columbia, home 
rule, provide. Reported in Senate June 29, 1965, 
District of Columbia; Rept. 381. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Referred to District of Columbia 
July 26, 1965. Pursuant to Discharge Petition No. 
5 and H. Res. 515 passed House, amended, Sept. 29, 
1965. Senate asks for a conference Apr. 5, 1966. 



S. 1119. — Dumas, J., et al. Reported in Senate July 
15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 450. Passed Senate July 
19, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 



S. 1120. — Perez, Dr. 0. R. Reported in Senate June 
30, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 402. Passed Senate 
July 7, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1936. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 3, 1966. Private Law 89-316. 



S. 1129 (H.R. 806).— Textile Fiber Products Identifi- 
cation Act, labels. Reported in Senate Apr. 9, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 161. Passed Senate Apr. 13, 
1965. Referred to Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce Apr. 14, 1965. 



S. 1135 (H.R. 4623).— Reorganization Act of 1949, 
extend expiration date. Reported in Senate Apr. 8, 
1965; Government Operations; Rept. 154. Passed 
Senate Apr. 9, 1965. Passed House June 3, 1965. 
Approved June 18, 1965. Public Law 89-43. 



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S. 1137.— Torres, Dr. R. 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; 
July 22, 1965. Referred 
Reported Sept. 28, 1966; 
endar. Passed House, 
Senate agrees to House 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. 



M. Reported in Senate 
Rept. 487. Passed Senate 
to Judiciary July 26, 1965. 

Rept. 2094. Private Cal- 
amended, Oct. 11, 1966. 
amendment Oct. 17, 1966. 
Private Law 89-449. 



S. 1138. — Gibson, Lt. R. C. Reported in Senate May 
20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 223. Passed Senate May 
24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 
Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 657. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-57. 



S. 1148. — Interstate Commerce Commission, employee 
utilization. Reported in Senate July 16, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 461. Passed Senate July 20, 1965, 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce July 
21, 1965. 



S. 1154. — American Academy of Actuaries, incorporate. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
601. Passed Senate Aug. 18, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary Aug. 19, 1965. 



S. 1160. — Information, Federal, make available. Re- 
ported in Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 813. 
Passed Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Referred to Govern- 
ment Operations Oct. 14, 1965. Reported May 9, 
1966; Rept. 1497. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House June 20, 1966. Approved 
July 4, 1966. Public Law 89-487. 



S. 1164. — Franco, C. Reported in Senate June 30, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 396. Passed Senate July 7, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 8, 1965. 



S. 1168.— O'Kane, T. W. Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 657. Passed Senate Sept. 2, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 3, 1965. 



S. 1170. — Clark, C. J., et al. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 488. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 860. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-83. 



S. 1186.^ — Larsen, K. A. Reported in Senate July 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 489. Passed Senate July 22, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 25, 1965; Rept. 861. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved Sept. 21, 
1965. Private Law 89-84. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1187. — Abadi, V. Reported in Senate Apr. 20, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1105. Passed Senate Apr. 21, 
1966. Referred to Judiciary Apr. 25, 1966. 



, 1190. — Alaska, natural products, sale of. Reported 
in Senate July 20, 1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Rept. 496. Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Referred 
to Interior and Insular AfiFairs July 26, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 14, 1965; Rent. 984. Union Calendar. 
Passed House Sept. 20, 1965. Approved Oct. 1, 
1965. Public Law 89-223. 



S. 1194.— Bagnell, D. B. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1873. 



S. 1196.— James, W. G. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 239. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported July 21, 1965; Rept. 634. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1965. Senate 
agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. Ap- 
proved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-58. 



S. 1197. — Martino, A. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 224. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



1198. — Brewer, Mrs. H. Reported in Senate July 
15, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 449. Passed Senate July 
19, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 20, 1965. 
Committee discharged. Passed House, amended, 
Aug. 3, 1965. Senate agrees to House amendments 
Sept. 17, 1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private 
Law 89-102. 



S. 1199. — Veterans, disabled veterans, automobiles for. 
Reported in Senate June 8, 1966; Labor and Public 
Welfare; Rept. 1216. Passed Senate June 9, 1966. 
Referred to Veterans' Affairs June 13, 1966. 



S. 1209. — Racelis, Specialist M. D. Reported in Senate 
May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 225. Passed Senate 
May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 
Reported Aug. 23, 1965; Rept. 844. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Sept. 8, 1965. Approved 
Sept. 21, 1965. Private Law 89-85. 

S. 1213. — Jones, R. K. Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1024. Passed Senate Mar. 4, 
1966. Referred to Judiciary Mar. 7, 1966. 



S. 1229 (H.R. 5269) (S. Con. Res. 40).— Federal Water 
Project Recreation Act. Reported in Senate Apr. 7, 
1965; Interior and Insular Afifairs; Rept. 149. Passed 
Senate Apr. 13, 1965. Referred to Interior and 
Insular AfiFairs Apr. 14, 1965. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended. May 18, 1965. 
Senate asks for a conference May 20, 1965. House 
agrees to a conference May 27, 1965. Conference 
report filed June 22, 1965. Rept. 538. House agrees 
to conference report June 23, 1965. Senate agrees 
to conference report June 25, 1965. Approved July 
9, 1965. Public Law 89-72. 



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S. 1231 (H.R. 4861).— Stover, W. F., lands convoyed 
to. Reported in Senate .\ug. 24, 1966; Interior and 
Insular Affairs; Hept. 1492. 



S. 1237. — Design Protection Act, unauthorized copy- 
ing, control. Reported in Senate July 22, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1404. Passed Senate July 27, 1966. 
Referred to Judiciary July 28, 1966. 



. 1267. — Winn, J.C, Jr. Reported in Senate May 

26, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 259. Passed Senate May 

27, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 28, 1965. 
Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 658. Priyate Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Aug. 17, 1965. Sen- 
ate agrees to House amendment Aug. 20, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 1, 1965. Private Law 89-59. 



S. 1270. — Agriculture, peanuts, boiled, extend defini- 
tion of. Reported in Senate Julv 22, 1965; Agri- 
culture and Forestry; Rept. 504. Passed Senate 
July 23, 1965. Referred to Agriculture July 26, 1965. 



S. 1271. — Agriculture, tobacco acreage allotments, 
extend. Reported in Senate July 22, 1965; Agri- 
culture and Forestry; Rept. 503. Passed Senate 
July 23, 1965. Referred to Agriculture July 26, 1965. 



S. 1273.— Folja, A. Reported in Senate July 20, 1965; 
Judiciary; Rept. 474. Passed Senate Julv 22, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary Julv 26, 1965. 



S. 1275. — Elva, L., coastwise privileges for. Reported 
in Senate May 14, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 189. 
Passed Senate May 17, 1965. Referred to Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries Mav 18, 1965. Reported 
Sept. 26, 1966; Rept. 2085. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Oct. 11, 1966. Approved Oct. 15, 
1966. Private Law 89-350. 



S. 1281.— Costa, Sister M. C. Reported in Senate 
June 8, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 291. Passed Senate 
June 10, 1965. Referred to Judiciary June 14, 1965. 



S. 1285. — Pima and Maricopa Counties, Arizona, convey 
lands to. Reported in Senate June 14, 1965; Interior 
and Insular Affairs; Rept. 323. Passed Senate June 
16, 1965. Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs 
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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1308 (H.R. 5305).— Currency, unfit, destruction of. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 2, 1965; Hanking and 
Currency; Rept. 531. Passed Senate; Aug. .'{, 1965. 
Referred lo Hanking and Currency Aug. 4, 1965. 
Committee discharged. Passed House, amended. 
May 2, 1966. Senate agrees to House amendment 
May 5, 1966. Approvetl Mav 20, 1966. Public 
Law 89-427. 

S. 1309 (H.R. 4653).— Banks, checks by Federal agen- 
cies, permit. Reported in Senate Aug. 2, 1965; 
Banking and Currency; Rept. 532. Passed Senate 
Aug. 3, 1965. Passed House Aug. 16, 1965. Ap- 
proved Aug. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-145. 

S. 1310 (H.R. 7315) (S. Con. Res. 112).— Smithsonian 
Institution service increased to other museums. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 9, 1965; Rules and Admin- 
istration; Rept. 704. Passed Senate Sept. 10, 1965. 
Referred to House Administration Sept. 13, 1965. 
Committee rlischarged. Passed House, amended, 
July 18, 1966. Senate asks for a conference Sept. 1, 
1966. House agrees to a conference Sept. 14, 1966. 
Conference report filed Oct. 4, 1966. Rept. 2176. 
House agrees to conference report Oct. 5, 1966. 
Senate agrees to conference report Oct. 11, 1966. 
Approved Oct. 15, 1966. Public Law 89-674. 

S. 1312. — -District of Columbia, school lunch programs, 
funds for entire program. Reported in Senate 
June 30, 1966; District of Columbia; Rept. 1352. 
Passed Senate July 11, 1966. Referred to District of 
Columbia July 12, 1966. 

S. 1314. — District of Columbia, streets and alleys, 
closing of. Reported in Senate Sept. 28, 1965; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 791. Passed Senate 
Sept. 30, 1965. Referred to District of Columbia 
Oct. 1, 1965. 

S. 1316. — District of Columbia, contracts for supplies 
and services. Reported in Senate Sept. 29, 1965; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 797. Passed Senate 
Oct. 1, 1965 Referred to District of Columbia Oct. 5, 
1965. 

S. 1317. — District of Columbia, checks dishonored, pen- 
alties for. Reported in Senate May 7, 1965, Dis- 
trict of Columbia; Rept. 181. Passed Senate May 
11, 1965. Referred to District of Columbia May 12, 
1965. Reported July 22, 1965; Rept. 642. House 
Calendar. Passed House, amended, July 26, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendments Sept. 14, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 28, 1965. Public Law 89-208. 

S. 1319. — District of Columbia Courts, Work Release 
Act. Reported in Senate May 7, 1965, District of 
Columbia; Rept. 178. Passed Senate May 11, 1965. 
Referred to District of Columbia May 12, 1965. 
Reported Oct. 12, 1966; Rept. 2250. Union Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Oct. 13, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Oct. 20, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-803. 

S. 1320. — District of Columbia, criminal laws, 
strengthen. Reported in Senate Aug. 18, 1965; 
District of Columbia; Rept. 623. Passed Senate 
Aug. 20, 1965. Referred to District of Columbia 
Aug. 23, 1965. Reported Oct. 8, 1965; Rept. 1129. 
House Calendar. Passed House, amended, Oct. 11, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendment Oct. 22, 
1965. Approved Nov. 8, 1965. Public Law 89-347. 



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S. 1321. — District of Columbia, bond, setting of. 
Reported in Senate May 7, 1965; District of Colum- 
bia; Rept. 180. Passed Senate May 11, 1965. Re- 
ferred to District of Columbia May 12, 1965. Re- 
ported July 22, 1965; Rept. 643. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 26, 1965. Approved Aug. 6, 1965. 
Public Law 89-113. 



S. 1325. — Socarraz, Dr. O. Reported in Senate July 
20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 475. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. 



S. 1335.— Henry, C. D. Reported in Senate Oct. 19, 
1966, Judiciary; Rept. 1874. 



S. 1336. — Administrative Procedure Act, strengthen 
procedures. Reported in Senate June 9, 1966; 
Judiciary; Rept. 1234. Passed Senate June 21, 1966. 
Referred to Judiciary Jiuie 22, 1966. 



S. 1347. — Puget Sound Plywood Inc. Reported in 
Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1563. Passed 
Senate Sept. 6, 1966. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 7, 
1966. ReportedSept. 28, 1966; Rept. 2127. Private 
Calendar Private 596 



S. 1349. — Vessels, length of, river rules. Reported in 
Senate Sept. 2, 1965; Commerce; Rept. 675. Passed 
Senate Sept. 8, 1965. Referred to Merchant Ma- 
rine and Fisheries Sept. 9, 1965. Reported Oct. 13, 
1966; Rept. * 2277. House Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House, amended, Oct. 17, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Oct. 19, 1966. 
Approved Nov. 5, 1966. Public 89-764. 



S. 1356. — Indians, civil actions, to maintain. Re- 
ported in Senate Aug. 24, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1507. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 1966. Referred to 
Judiciary Aug. 29, 1966. Reported Sept. 12, 1966; 
Rept. 2040. Union Calendar. Passed House Oct. 3, 
1966. Approved Oct. 10, 1966. Public Law 89-635. 



S. 1357 (H. Res. 869).— Bail Reform Act of 1966. 
Reported in Senate Sept. 16, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 
750. Passed Senate Sept. 21, 1965. Referred to 
Judiciary Sept. 22, 1965. Reported May 18, 1966; 
Rept. 1541. Union Calendar. Passed House, 
amended, June 7, 1966. Senate agrees to House 
amendments June 9, 1966. Approved June 22, 1966. 
Public Law 89-465. 



S. 1370. Sikaras, P. K. Reported in Senate Aug. 10, 
1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1446. Passed Senate Aug. 11, 
1966. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 15, 1966. 

S. 1375.^ — Grazing permits, damages for cancellation of. 
Reported in Senate Mar. 2, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 
1045. Passed Senate Mar. 4, 1966. Referred to 
Judiciary Mar. 7, 1966. Reported July 19, 1966; 
Rept. 1708. Private Calendar. Passed House Oct. 
11, 1966. Approved Oct. 16, 1966. Private Law 
89-366. 

S. 1377 (H.R. 11667).— Gold Mine Revitalization Act. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 30, 1966; Interior and 
Insular Affairs; Rept. 1537. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1388. — Bogue, D. L. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 240. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. 



S. 1389.— Golderos, Dr. A. F. Reported in Senate July 
20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 484. Passed Senate 
July 22, 1965. Referred to Judiciary July 26, 1965. 



S. 1390 (H.R. 6442).— Rocky River Co. and Macy 
Land Corp., relief. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 226. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Com- 
mittee discharged. Passed House, amended, July 13, 
1965. Senate agrees to House amendment Sept. 17, 
1965. Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Private Law 
89-110. 



S. 1397. — Koutsougeanopoulos, V. Reported in Senate 
Aug. 10, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 554. Passed Senate 
Aug. 12, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Aug. 16, 1965. 
Reported Sept. 22, 1965; Rept. 1050. Private Cal- 
endar. Passed House Oct. 5, 1965. Approved Oct. 
19, 1965. Private Law 89-135. 



S. 1404 (H.R. 6785).— Daylight saving time, establish 
uniform dates. Reported in Senate June 1, 1965; 
Commerce; Rept. 268. Passed Senate June 3, 

1965. Referred to Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce, June 7, 1965. Committee discharged. Passed 
House, amended, Mar. 16, 1966. Senate agrees to 
the House amendments with amendments Mar. 22, 

1966. House asks for a conference Mar. 23, 1966. 
Senate agrees to a conference Mar. 25, 1966. Con- 
ference report filed Mar. 29, 1966; Rept. 1385. 
Senate agrees to conference report Mar 29, 1966. 
House agrees to conference report Mar. 30, 1966. 
Approved Apr. 13, 1966. Public Law 89-387. 



S. 1405. — Pozsonyi, J., his wife et al. Reported in 
Senate May 20, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 227. Passed 
Senate May 24, 1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 
1965. 



S. 1406.— Bickart, CWO C. M. Reported in Senate 
Oct. 18, 1966; Judiciary; Rept. 1771. Passed Senate 
Oct. 19. 1966; Referred to Judiciary. Oct 20, 1966. 



S. 1407. — Lipp, F. E. Reported in Senate Sept. 15, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 713. Passed Senate Sept. 20, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary Sept. 21, 1965. Re- 
ported Sept. 23, 1965: Rept. 1086. Private Calen- 
dar. Passed House, amended, Feb. 1, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Feb. 10, 1966. Ap- 
proved Mar. 1, 1966. Private Law 89-215. 



S. 1413. — Indians, Confederated Tribes of Colville 
Indians, supervision. Reported in Senate July 20, 
1965; Interior and Insular Affairs; Rept. 490. 
Passed Senate July 22, 1965. Referred to Interior 
and Insular Affairs July 26, 1965. 



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SENATE BILLS— Continued 

S. 1446 — Nfttional Wild H Ivors System, reservation 
of lands. Hoportod in SiMinto Sept. 28, lOGf); Interior 
and Insular AfTairs; Kept. 7',)'2. Passed Senate Jan. 
19, 19Gt). Referred to Interior and Insular Affairs; 
Jan. 20, 1066. 



S. 1449. — Ducassi, Dr. E. R. Reported in Senate 
July 20, 1965; Judiciarv; Rept. 485. Passed Senate 
Julv 22, 1965. Referred to Judiciarv July 26. 1965. 
Reported Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1937. Private 
Calendar. Passed House Sept. 20, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 4, 1966. Private Law 89-333. 



S. 1459. — Federal Power Act, cooperatives, amend re- 
lating to. Reported in Senate July 1, 1965; Com- 
merce; Rept. 420. Passed Senate Aug. 26, 1965. 
Referred to Interstate and Foreign Commerce Aug. 
30. 1965. 



S. 1462. — Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, 
New Mexico, contract for payments. Reported in 
Senate Mar. 25, 1965; Interior and Insular AfTairs; 
Rept. 140. Passed Senate Mm: 29, 1965. Referred 
to Interior and Insular AfTairs Mar. 30, 1965. Re- 
ported July 1, 1965; Rept. 575. Union Calendar. 
Passed House July 12, 1965. Approved July 27, 
1965. Public Law 89-94. 



S. 1468.— Evre, D. Reported in Senate May 20, 1965, 
Judiciary; Rept. 228. Passed Senate May 24, 1965. 
Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Reported 
Sept. 1, 1966; Rept. 1938. Private Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Sept. 20, 1966. Senate agrees 
to House amendment Sept. 28, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 10, 1966. Private Law 89-346. 



S. 1474. — Federal employees political activity, study of. 
Reported in Senate June 30, 1965; Rules; Rept. 408. 
Passed Senate Aug. 25, 1965. Referred to House 
Administration Aug. 26, 1965. Reported Sept. 8, 
1966; Rept. 2018. Union Calendar. Rules sus- 
pended. Passed House Sept. 19, 1966. Approved 
Oct. 3, 1966. Public Law 89-617. 



S. 1483 (H.R. 9460).— National Foundation on the 
Arts and Humanities, establish. Reported in Senate 
June 8, 1965; Labor and Public Welfare; Rept. 300. 
Passed Senate June 10, 1965. Referred to Educa- 
tion and Labor June 14, 1965. Committee dis- 
charged. Passed House, amended, Sept. 15, 1965. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Sept. 16, 1965. 
Approved Sept. 29, 1965. Public Law 89-209. 



S. 1488. — Bauxite, disposal of. Reported in Senate 
Mar. 17, 1966; Armed Services; Rept. 1075. Passed 
Senate Mar. 21, 1966. Referred to Armed Services 
Mar. 22, 1966. Reported :\Iar 30, 1966; Rcot. 1390. 
Union Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House 
Apr. 4, 1966. Approved Apr. 14, 1966. PubHc Law 
89-394. 



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SKNATB BILLS— Continued 

S. 1495. — Federal employees, 40-hour week, permit 
variation in. Henorted in Senate June 9, 1965; Post 
Oflice and Civil Service; Hept. 310. Pa.s.sed Senatt; 
Juno II, 1965. Referred to Post Odicc and Civil 
Service June 14, 1965. Reported June 14, 1966; 
Rept. 1623. Union Calendar. Passed House June 
20, 1966. Ajjproved June 29, 1966. Public Law 89-478. 



S. 1496. — District of Columbia, Government field per- 
sonnel, prohibit detail to duty in. Reported in 
Senate June 9, 1965; Post Office and Civil Service; 
Rept. 309. Passed Senate June 11, 1965. Referred 
to Post Office and Civil Service June 14, 1965. Re- 
ported Oct. 6, 1962; Rept. 2202. Union Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Oct. 17, 1966. Senate 
agrees to House amendments Oct. 19, 1966. Ap- 
proved Nov. 5, 1966. Public Law 89-762. 



S. 1498. — Artamonov, N. Reported in Senate May 20, 
1965; Judiciary; Rept. 229. Passed Senate May 24, 
1965. Referred to Judiciary May 25, 1965. Re- 
ported Aug. 9, 1965; Rept. 759. Private Calendar. 
Passed House Aug. 17, 1965. Approved Aug. 28, 
1965. Private Law 89-48. 



S. 1501. — Permanent International Commission of the 
Congresses of Navigation, funds for. Reported in 
Senate Apr. 13, 1965; Public Works; Rept. 164. 
Passed Senate Apr. 21, 1965. Referred to Public 
Works Apr. 22, 1965. 



S. 1515. — Bridges, Rock Island, 111. Construction. 
Reported in Senate Aug. 31, 1966; Public Works; 
Rept. 1582. Passed Senate Sept. 1, 1966. Referred 
to Public Works Sept. 2, 1966. 



S. 1516. — Federal buildings, contracts for inspection, 
maintenance, and repair of equipment. Reported in 
Senate June 3, 1965; Government Operations; Rept. 
273. Passed Senate June 7, 1965. Referred to 
Government Operations June 8, 1965. Reported 
Sept. 14, 1965; Rept. 993. Union Calendar. 
Passed House, amended, Oct. 5, 1965. Senate agrees 
to House amendments Oct. 11, 1965. Approved 
Oct. 20, 1965, Public Law 89-276. 



S. 1520. — Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Reported in 
Senate Oct. 4, 1965; Judiciary; Rept. 818. Passed 
Senate Oct. 13, 1965. Referred to Judiciary Oct. 14, 
1965. Reported Feb. 3, 1966; Rept. 1255. Private 
Calendar. Passed House, amended, Feb. 16, 1966. 
Senate agrees to House amendment Feb. 25