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Monthly Catalog 

United States 

Public Documents 

(WITH PRICES) 

Nos. 481-492 

January-December 1935 



ISSUED BY THE 
SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS 




V/ASHINGTON 
1935-1936 ' 



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General Information 

The Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, is authorized by law 
to sell copies of Government publications and to allow a discount of 25 percent to 
book dealers and quantity purchasers on condition that the purchasers will ad- 
here to the public sales price set by the Superintendent of Documents and that 
publications shall not be overprinted with any advertising matter. 

Publications cannot be supplied free to individuals nor forwarded in advance 
of payment. 

The accumulation of publications in this Office amounts to several millions, 
of which over five million are assorted, forming the sales stock. Many rare 
books are included, but under the law all mtist be sold regardless of their age 
or scarcity. Many of the books have been in stock some time, and are apt to 
be shopworn. In filling orders the best copy available is sent. 

PKICB LISTS 

A general price list of public documents is not available, but numerous lists 
have been prepared on special subjects and any of these will be furnished 
free, on application, if the person interested will state the subject or subjects 
concerning which information is desired. It will also be noted that current 
publications which are for sale are listed in this catalog. 

WEEKLY LIST 

In addition to the Price lists, the Documents Office issues a Weekly List of 
Selected United States Government Publications for sale by the Superintendent 
of Documents. Each list is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with annota- 
tions and prices, and may be obtained free upon application to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents. 

HOW TO ORDEE PUBLICATIONS 

Publications entered in this catalog that are for sale by the Superin- 
tendent of Documents are indicated by a star (*) preceding the price. A dag- 
ger (t) indicates that application should be made to the department, bureau, 
or division issuing the document. A double dagger {%) indicates that the 
document is printed for official use. Whenever additional information con- 
cerning the method of procuring a document seems necessary, it will be found 
under the name of the bureau by which it was published. 

In ordering a publication from the Superintendent of Documents, give (if 
known) the name of the publishing department, bureau, or division, and the 
title, together with the classification number which is added to the entry at the 
extreme right; order the congressional documents and reports by the title, 
together with the document or report number and the Congress and session, 
e. g., H. doc. 78, 74-1. 

Do not use the L. C. card number in ordering a publication. 

HOW TO REMIT 

Remittances for the documents marked with a star (*) should be made to the 
Superintendent of Socnments, Washington, D. C, by coupons, postal money 

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order, express order, or check. Currency may be sent at sender's risk. For- 
feign remittances should be made either by international money order or draft 
on an American bank. 

Postage stamps, foreign money, defaced or smooth coins, will not 'be accepted. 

For the convenience of the general public, coupons that are good until 
used in exchange for Government publications sold by the Superintendent 
of Documents may be purchased from his Ofla.ce in sets of 20 for $1. 
Address order to Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Oflace, 
"Washington, D. C. 

No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to points in United 
States, Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, Samoa, or to 
Canada, Cuba, or Mexico. To other countries the regular rate of postage is 
charged, and remittances must cover such postage. In computing foreign 
postage, add one-third of the price of the publication. 

TO LIBRARIANS 

The number given at the extreme right of each entry (except for congres- 
sional documents and reports) is the classification number by which the pub- 
lication is arranged in the Libi'ary and in the sales stock of the OflSce of the 
Superintendent of Documents. It can be used as a classification number by 
such libraries as are using, for the departmental publications, the arrange- 
ment of public documents advocated in the Checklist of United States Public 
Documents, 1789-1909. In using this number as a classification number in a 
library, it should be noted that the shilling mark (/) is used to separate what 
would ordinarily be a superior number or letter (the numbers or letters imme- 
diately following the line) from the main classification number, it not being 
practicable to print these numbers and letters as superiors in the Monthly 
Catalog, e. g., the number A 1.23/a : So 96/4 listed in the Monthly Catalog would 
be A 1.23" : So 96' in a library. 

LIBRART OF CONGRESS CARDS 

Numbers to be used in ordering the printed catalog cards of the Library of 
Congress are appended to entries for the more important publications. These 
are given at the left, with "L. C. card" prefixed. Do not confuse with the 
Documents Ofiice classification number given at the right. Orders for these 
cards, remittances in payment for them, and requests for information about 
them should be addressed to the Librarian of Congress, not to the Superintend- 
ent of Documents. 

MONTHLY CATALOG DISTRIBUTION 

The Monthly Catalog is sent to public libraries free on application. Sub- 
scription price to individuals, $1.00 a year, including index ; foreign subscription 
$1.60 a year. Back numbers cannot be supplied. Notify the Superintendent of 
Documents of any change of address. Heretofore the Monthly Catalog has been 
issued by fiscal years, but beginning with the January 1935 number it will be 
issued by calendar years. For detailed information see page 3. 



An Index to the Monthly Catalog will be issued later, and can be bound with 
the numbers as an index to the volume. Persons desiring to bind the catalog 
should be careful to retain the numbers received monthly, as duplicate copies 
cannot be supplied. 



Notes of General Interest 



MONTHLY CATALOGS 

On account of the changes in the issuance of the Document Catalogs, begin- 
ning with the 74th Congress, authorized by the Joint Committee on Printing 
due to the recent Amendment to the Constitution of the United States changing 
the date for the convening of Congress from March 4 to January 3 (unless 
Congress shall by law appoint a different day), the Monthly Catalog, beginning 
with the January 1935 number, will be issued for each calendar year, instead of 
for each fiscal year, as heretofore. Therefox'e, the last fiscal year covered by 
the Monthly Catalogs was the one ending June 30, 1934. The sis months, 
July-December 1934, was, of necessity, issued for that period only. 

INDEXES AND BINDING THE MONTHLY CATALOGS 

An Index to all entries in the twelve numbers of the Monthly Catalog, July 
1933-June 1934, accompanied by a title page for the volume, has been issued. 

An Index to all entries in the six numbers of the Monthly Catalog, July- 
December 1934, will be issued later, and can be bound with the numbers as an 
index to the volume. A title page for the six numbers of the Catalog will 
accompany that Index. 

At the end of the calendar year 1935, the OflSce of the Superintendent of 
Documents will issue an Index to all entries in the twelve numbers of the 
Monthly Catalog, January-December 1935. A title page for the twelve numbers 
of the Catalog will accompany that Index. 

Persons desiring to bind the Catalogs should be careful to retain the numbers 
received monthly, as duplicate numbers cannot be supplied. 

DOCUMENT CATALOGS 

The Document Catalog listing the publications issued by the executive 
departments and independent establishments during the two fiscal years ending 
June 30, 1932, and June 30, 1933, respectively, and those issued by Congress 
during the period of the 72d Congress (December 7, 1931-March 4, 1933), is 
rapidly nearing completion, and will soon be sent to press. 

In view of the recent Amendment to the Constitution of the United States 
changing the date for the convening of Congress from March 4 to January 3 
(unless Congress shall by law appoint a different day), the OflBce of the 
Superintendent of Documents, realizing that it would be better to issue the 
Document Catalogs by calendar year? instead of by fiscal years, addressed a 
letter to the Joint Committee on Printing asking for its authority to make the 
change. The Committee on October 11, 1934, replied as follows: 

" Replying to your letter of August 16, 1934, the Joint 
Committee on Printing directs that the Document Catalog 
for the 73d Congress shall be compiled so as to include 
December of this year, and that hereafter the catalog 
shall begin with January and end with December of the 
year following so as to include a complete Congress." 



4 Januakt 1935 

Therefore the 73d Document Catalog will list the departmental publications 
issued during the eighteen months, July 1, 1933-December 31, 1934, and the 
congressional publications issued during the period of the 73d Congress (March 
4, 1983- June 18, 1934). 

Beginning with the 74th Congress, which convened January 3, 1935, the 
Document Catalogs will list both departmental and congressional publications 
issued during the period covered by two calendar years. 



CORRECTIONS FOR PREVIOUS MONTHLY CATALOGS 

Oct. 1934. On p. 340, 14th and 13th lines from bottom of page, change "by 
Joseph W. Mountain " to read " by Joseph W. Mountin." 

Dec. 1934. On p. 440, 12th and loth lines from top of page, transpose lines ; 

on p. 466, 4th entry from bottom of page, substitute for " " the subhead 

" Orain " ; on p. 500, 5th line from top of page, change " by Ida A. Bengston " 
to read " by Ida A. Bengtson ", and 12th line from bottom of page, change 
" [Supersedes AR 40-245" to read " [Supersedes AR 40-2245." 



Monthly Catalog 



Ko. 481 JANUARY 1935 



AGRICULTUilE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be 
supplied by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. The department issues 
a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all applicants, enabling them to 
select such reports and bulletins as interest them. 

Apples. Studies on resistance of apple and other rosaceous piauts to M:'e blight 
[with list of literature cited] ; by Luther Shaw. [1034. J cover title, 
p. 283-313. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49. no. 4, Aug. 15, 
1934.] *Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : Au 52/61 

Bark beetles. Interrelationships of bark beetles and blue-staining fungi in felled 
Norway pine timber [with list of literature cited] ; by J. G. Leach, L. W. Orr, 
and Clyde Christenseu. 1934. [2] +315-341 p. il. [From Joum.-d (if agricul- 
tural research, v. 49, no. 4, Aug. 15, 1934.] *Paper, 5o. Al.2;^ a : B 393/25 

Cuttle. [Bureau of Animal Industry] order 341, amendment 3. regulations 
governing sanitary handling and control of hides, skins, fleshings, hide cut- 
tings, parings, glue stock, hair, wool, and other animal byprodu ts, and hay 
and straw offered for entry into United States, revoking amendment 2 and 
amending regulations 6 and IG ; Dec. 31, 1984. [1935.] 2 p. ■^ 

A 4..- : 341/amdt.3 

Crops and viarkets, Dec. 1934; v. 11, no. 12. [1935.] p. 457-538, il. 4° 
[?.ronthly.] *Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 24-113 A. 36 11/3: 11/12 

Great Northern field ieans. Resistance to common bean mosaic in Great North- 
em field bean ; by W. H. Pierce. 1934. [2]+183-lSS p. il. [From Journal 
of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 2, Julv 15. 1934.] *Paper. 5c. 

A 1.23/a : B 378/25 

Journal of agricultural research, v. 48, Jan. 1-July 15. 1934 [tirle page, contents, 
errata and authors' emendations, and index]. 1934. vi -1-1145-57 p. * Paper, 
10c. 
L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 48/t.p. & ind. 

Prices. Industrial prices and their relative inflexibility, letter transmitting, 
in response to resolution, report relating to subject of industrial prices and 
their relative inflexibility; [by Gardiner C. Means]. 1935. v+38 p. il. 
(S. doc. 13, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [The title of Mr. Means" report is : N. R. A., 
A. A. A., and making of industrial policy.] * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 35-26095 

Quarantine. Dutch elm disease quarantine, Notice of quarantine 70, effective 
Jan. 1, 1935. [1935.] 2 p. (Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.) t 

A 56.13 : 70 

Revision of sugarcane quarantine (domestic), [Notice of quarantine] 16, 

effective Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. 1 p. (Entomology and Plant Quarantine 
Bureau.) t A 56.13 : 16 

Ri/e. Nutritive properties of protein, vitamins B and G. and germ in rye [with 
list of literature cited] ; by D. W. Johnson and L. S. Palmer. 1934. 
[2] -1-169-181 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49. no. 2. July 
15, 1984.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : R 98/7 

Sheep scab. Notice regarding scabies in sheep. 1935. 1 p. t A 1.2 : Sea 1/935 

How to order publications — See information following Contents 

5 



Q January 1935 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Agriculture. Interest of agriculture in reciprocal trade agreements, address 
before Land Grant College Association, Nov. 21, 1934, by Mordecai Ezeliiel. 
Jan. 1935. [4] p. (G 29.) t 
L. C. card Agr 35-1 A 55.15 : Ez 3/2 

Cattle. Administrative rulings nos. 6 and 7: Emergency cattle agreement. 
Jan. 7, 1935. 2 p. (Cattle 12.) f A 55.2 : C 29/5/no. 6-7 

Citrus fruit. Marketing agreement and license for citrus fruits grown in Flor- 
ida, including national stabilization plan ; marketing agreement approved 
and executed by Secretary of Agriculture, Dec. 14, 1934, effective Dec. 18, 

1934, license issued by Secretary of Agriculture, Dec. 14, 1934, effective Dec. 
18, 1934. 1935. ii+52 p. (Marketing agreement series, agreement 55; Li- 
cense series, license 95; Form M 81.) * Paper, 5c. A 55.9: 55 

Codes of fair competition. Amended code of fair competition for commercial 
and breeder hatchery industry ; approved Jan. 11, 1935, elfective Jan. 16, 

1935. Jan. 11, 1935. [l]+28 p. (Code of fair competition series, code 8; 
Form M 44, amended.) * Paper, 5c. A 55.13 ; 8/2 

Amendment 1 to code of fair competition for grain exchanges and mem- 
bers thereof (code 11). Jan. 1935. G p. ([Code of fair competition series, 
code 11] ; Form M 55, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. A 55.13 : 11/amdt.l 

- — Code of fair competition for malt industry; approved Dec. 28, 1934, ef- 
fective Jan. 7, 1935. 1935. [l]+15p. (Code of fair competition series, code 
19 ; Form M 82. ) * Paper, 5c. A 55.13 : 19 

Consumers' guide, v. 2, no. 7 and 8, Jan. 14 and 28, 1935; [issued by consumers' 
counsel of Agricultural Adjustment Administi'ation in cooperation with Bu- 
reau of Agricultural Economics, Bureau of Home Economics, Bureau of 
Labor Statistics]. [1935.] 24 p. and 28 p. il. 4" t A 55.12: 2/7, 8 

Co7'n. Corn-hog adjustment [handbook for use in corn-hog adjustment pro- 
gram]. Jan. 1935. vii-fl03 p. 11. ([C. H. 113.]) [Another illustration on 
front cover.] f 
L. C. card Agr 35-3 A 55.2 : C 81/21 

— — Flow chart for A. A. A. 1935 corn-hog program ; [prepared in] Com and 
Hogs Section. 1935. 30X40.1 in. (Form C. H. 105a.) [Another issue of 
this chart, reduced in size and designated as Form C. H. 105, appeared in the 
Monthly catalog for Dec. 1934, p. 436.] t A 55.7 : C Sl/2 

Instructions concerning option agreements for seed corn ; [prepared in] 

Commodities Purchase Section. Dec. 1934. 4 p. (C. P. 15.) f 

A 55.2 : C 81/19 

■ Instructions for conducting 1935 corn-hog program and use of related 

forms; [prepared in] Commodities Division, Corn and Hogs Section. Dec. 
1934. ii+42 p. (C. H. 108.) t A 55.2 :C 81/18 

Same, supplement 1, with title, Instructions for use of record form 

(Form C. H. 102) ; [prepared in] Corn and Hogs Section. Jan. 30, 1935. 
5 p. (C. H. 108a.) t A 55.2 :C 81/lS/supp.l 

1935 corn-hog adjustment program ; [prepared ;n] Corn and Hogs Sec- 
tion. [1934.] 4 p. il. (Form C. H. 115.) t A 55.2 :C 81/20 

1935 corn-hog contract administrative rulings nos. 101-133 ; [prepared 

in] Conunodities Division, Corn and Hogs Section. Dec. 6, 1934. iii-f 23 p. 

(C. H. 107.) t 

L. C. card Agr 34-906 A 55.2 : C 81/14/no.l01-133 

Cotton. Amendment to Regulations under cotton act of Apr. 21, 1934, relating 
to tagging of cotton harvested and ginned prior to June 1, 1934. Dec. 14, 
1934 [published 1935]. 2 p. (B. A. R. series 1, amendment 1.) t 

A 55.6 : C 82/2/ser.l/amdt.l 



How to order publications — See inforniatlon following Contents 



January 1935 7 

General regulations. General regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture 
with approval of the President under agricultural adjustment act, approved 
May 12, 1933, as amended. Dec 1934. 6 p. (General regulations, series 4, 
revision 2. ) t A 55.6 : G 28/ser.4/rev.2 

• General regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture with approval of 

the President under agricultural adjustment act. May V2, 1933, as amended. 
Dec. 1934. 6 p. (General regulations, series 10.) t A 55.0 : G 28/ser. 10 

■ General regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture with approval of 

the President under agricultural adjustment act. May 12, 1933, as amendecl,. 
relating to amendments to marketing agreements. Aug. 1934, [reprint] 1935. 
1 p. (General regulations, series 1, revision 1, art. 2, sec. 213.) t 

A 55.6 : G 28/ser. 1, rev. 1/amdt. 2/rep. 

General regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture with approval of 

the President under agricultural adju.stment act, May 12, 1933, as amended, 
relating to hearings with respect to amendments to licenses. Aug. 1934, 
[reprint] 1935. 1 p. (General regulations, series 4, revision 1, article 4, 
sec. 400, as amended.) t A 55.6 : G 28/ser. 4, rev. l/amdt. 2/rep. 

Gums and resins. Amended license for gum -turpentine and giim-rosin proces- 
sors ; amended license issued by Secretary of Agriculture, Dec. 27, 1934. effec- 
tive Dec. 31, 1934. 1935. ii+16 p. (License series, license 37 as amended; 
Form M 68 as amended.) t A 55.8:37/3 

Neics digest, v. 2, no. 14-17; Jan. 5-26, 1935. [1935.] various paging, 4** 
[Weekly. Multigraphecl.] t A 55.11 : 2/14-17 

Orders. Administrative order, definition of farmers' and consumers' coopera- 
tives. Dec. 1934 [published 1935]. 2 p. (A. O. no. 6.) t A 55.16: 6 

• Administrative order interpreting Executive order 6606-A insofar as it 

applies to allowance of brokerage commissions to cooperative organizations. 
Dec. 1934 [published] 1935. 1 p. (A. O. no. 5.) t A 55.16: 5 

[Posters] RC 3.1-RC 8.7. 1935. Each 30X40.1 in. t A. 55.7/4: 1-7 

RC .3.1. Wheat: Farm prices and fair excban,ge valup, July 1910 to date. 
Re '-i:!. How funds from wlieat process^ing tax were used, XQ'.Vi-Zi. 
RC 3.3. Counties in which wheat control associations are organized, Oct. 1934. 
RC 3.4. Wheat: Total supplies and consumption. United States, by crop j'ear.-, 1919 to 

date. 
RC 3.5. Same : Difference between Chicago and Liverpool prices, July 1921 to date. 
RC 3.6. Large wheat supplies bring low prices. 
RC 3.7. Still fenced out, why we must continue to control production. 

Puerto Rico. Directing expenditure of $15,000 for soil survey in Puerto Ivico, 
order made by Secretaiy of Agriculture under agricultural adjustment act- 
Dec. 12, 1934. 2 p. (Puerto Rico tax fund order 1.) t 
L. C. card Agr 34-388 A 55.1S/2 : 1 

Rice. License for California rice industry, including marketing agreement 
(agi-eement 10) as Exhibit A, Price fixed by Secretary of Agriculture for 
extra fancy, clean, Japan, California rice, and amendments 1 and 2 to mar- 
keting agreement; license approved and executed by acting Secretary of 
Agriculture, Dec. 20. 1934, effective Dec. 21, 1934. Dec. 21, 1934. [published] 
1935. ii-f25 p. (Licen-sie series, license 96; Form M 83.) * Paper, 5c. 

A 55.8 : 96 

Sugar. Relating to consumption requirements and quotas, order made l^y Sec- 
retary of Agriculture under agricultural adjustment act. Jan. 8, 1935. 5 p. 
( General sugar quota regulations, series 2. ) t A 55.6 : Su 3/2/.ser.2: 

- — — Relating to voluntary surrender of marketing allotments into a reserve 
and adjustment and revision of marketing allotments to proces^^ors of quota 
for continental United States beet-sugar-producing area, order made by Secre- 
tary of Agriculture under agricultural adjustment act. Dec. 1934. 2 p. 
(Continental United States beet sugar order 4.) t A. 55.17: 4 

Sugar beets. Administrative rulings, sugar-beet production adjustment : [pre- 
pared in] Sugar Section. Jan. 8, 1935. 2 p. (Form sugar 20.) t 

A 55.2 : Su 3/12 

Ho-\T to order publicatiojis— See iuformation followiiig Contents 



8 January 1935 

Sufiar&tne prodvction control (tssocia lions. Ai-ticles of association of .Sucrarcaiie 

Productiou Control Association (an unincorporated association) of : 

[prepared in] Sugar Section. Nov. 1934. 4 p. 4° (Form sugar 105.) t 

A 55.2 : Su 3/11 

Tobaoco. Administrative ruling no. 34 : Joint compliance for tobacco contracts, 
other than cigar-leaf types: [prepared in] Tobacco Section. Jan. 5. 1935. 
2 p. (T 77, supplement 16.) [Usually the administrative rulings issued as 
supplements to Form T 77 are mimeographed and are not entered in this 
catalog. The 1st print of Administrative ruling no. 34 omitted the words 
*' other than " from the title.] t A 55.2 : T 55/18/supp.l6 

Approval of sc'iedule of minimum sales prices determined by control 

committee pursuant to marketing agreement for Connecticut Valley shade- 
grov.'u tobacco industry, schedule of minimum prices approved and executed 
by Secretary of Agriculture, Jan. IG, 1935 : Amendment to license for handlers 
of Connecticut Valley shade-grown U. S. type 61 (a) tobacco, amendment ro 
license issued by Secretary of Agriculture, Jan. 16. 1935, effective Jan. 21, 
1935. 1935. [l]+6 p. (Marketing agreement series, agreement 28; License 
series, license 28; Form M 46, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. A 55.9 : 28/anidt.l 

Instructions to county agents and tobacco committeemen concerning cigar- 
leaf tobacco referendum for crop year 1935-36; [prepared in] Tobacco Section. 
Jan. 1935. 3 p. (T 148.) t A 55.2 :T 55/29 

Tobacco administrative ruling no. 38 : Adjustment of base production for 

Burley, fire-cured, and dark air-cured tobacco production-adjustment contracts 
having abnormally low base yields; [prepared in] Tobacco Section. Jan. 19. 
1935. 1 p. (T 77, supplement 20.) [Usually the administrative rulings issued 
as supplements to Form T 77 are mimeographed and are not entered in this 
catalog.] t A 55.2 : T 55/18/supp.20 

UnderconHumption of goods, challenge to the Nation; by Chester C. Davis, 

administrator. Jan. 1935. 7 p. il. (G 30.) [Reprinted from New York 
times, Dec. 9, 1934.] t 

L. C. card Agi- 35-2 A 55.2 : Un 2 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions, Jan. 1, 1935; v. 
19, no. 1. [1935.] 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr., 
foreign subscription, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 19/1 

Banks and banking. Country banking in need of fundamental change in meth- 
ods; [bv Fred L. Garlock]. [1934.] 5 p. il. (Yearbook separate 14G5.) 
[From Yearbook of agriculture, 1934.] t A1.10/a:1465 

Cotton. Grade, staple length, and tenderability of cotton in United States, 
1928-29 to 1932-33; prepared in Division of Cotton Marketing in cooperation 
with State agricultural agencies. Jan. 1935. cover title, 112 p. il. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Statistical bulletin 47.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 33-685 A 1.34 : 47 

Crops. Separate for crop reporters : General crop report as of Oct. 1, 1934 [etc. ; 
Hens and pullets per farm flock, etc. ; Price situation, summary as of Oct. 15, 
1934; Recent asricuitural publications]. [1034.] 377-380+386-387 -f 414-415 
p. il. 4" [From Crops and markets, v. 11, no. 10.] t A 36.ll/3a : C 883/62 

Same: General crop report as of Nov. 1, 1934; [Outlook for 1935, etc.: 

Farm wage rates and index numbers, 1927-34, etc.; Hens and pu'.lets per 
farm flock, etc. ; Price situation, sunnnai-y as of Nov. 15, 1934, etc. : Recent 
agricultural publications]. [1934.] p. 417-418, 426-427, 429. 433, 454-455, 4° 
[From Crops and markets, v. 11, no. 11.] t A 36.ll/3a : C 883/63 

Dairy products manufactured in factories, 1933, by months [and by States]. 
[1935.] 4 leaves, oblong 16° [Another issue of this publication, with slightly 
different title and with imprint Sept. 28, 1934, appeared in the Monthly catalos 
for Oct. 1934, p. 270.] t A 36.2 : D 14/4/933 

How to order publications — See inlormation follo^ving Coiiten+s 



Januabt 1935 9 

Libraries. Rural libraries; [by Wayne C. Nascn]. [Apr. 1928, reprint 1934.] 
ii+50 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1559.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 28-399 A 1.9 : 1559/1-2 

Meat. Commercial cuts of meat; [by] W. C. Davis. Mar. 1924, revised Dec. 

1924 [reprint with slight changes 1934]. 10 p. 4 p. of pi. (Agi-iculture Dept. 
Department circular 300.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 25-619 A 1.14/2 : 300/4r-4 

Outlook charts. Dairy products, outlook charts, for use with Agricultural out- 
look for 1985. Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [6] +32 p. il. 4° [Text 
multigraphed, illustrations rotaprinted.] t A 36.50 ; D 14/935 

Demand, credit, prices, outlook charts, for use with Agricultural outlook 

for 1935. Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [5] +28 p. il. 4° [Text multi- 
graphed, illustrations rotaprinted.] t A 36.50 : D 39/935 

Fruits, apples, citrus, peaches, etc., outlook charts, for use with Agri- 
cultural outlook for 1935. Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [6] +41 p. il. 4° 
[Text multigraphed, illustrations rotaprinted.] t A 36.50 : F 94/935 

Hog, outlook charts, for use with Agricultural outlook for 1935. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [4] +21 p. il. 4" [Text multigraphed, illustrations 
rotaprinted.] t A 36.50 : H 67/935 

■ Rice, peanuts, soybeans, dry beans, and broomcorn, outlook charts, for 

use with Agricultural outlook for 1935. Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [6] + 
21 p. il. 4° [Text multigraphed, illustrations rotaprinted.] t 

A 36.50 : R 36/935 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, no. 121 re- 
vised : Revised rules and regulations of Secretary of Agriculture for carry- 
ing out provisions of perishable agricultural commodities act, 1930 (46 Stat. 
531) as amended Apr. 13, 1934 (48 Stat. 584). Jan. 1935. 24 p. t 
L. C. card AgT 35-4 A 36.5 : 121/rev. 

Maps 

United States. [Outline map of United States.] n. p. [1934]. 7.5X12 in. t 

A 36.37 : Un 3/3 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Corn cutter. Low-cutting sled corn cutter; by O. K. Hedden. Dec. 1934. 10 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 212.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-904 A 1.38: 212 

I)Tigation. Policies governing ownership of return waters from irrigation 
[with list of literature cited] ; by Wells A. Hutchins. Oct. 1984. cover title, 
48 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 439.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-889 A 1.36 : 439 

Potato losses in handling reduced by simple equipment; [by A. D. Edgar]. 
[1934.] 5 p. il. (Yearbook separate 1417.) [From Yearbook of agriculture, 
1934.] t A1.10/a:1417 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Anthrax; [by W. S. Gochenour]. [Oct. 1934.] ii+14 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 

Farmers' bulletin 1736.) [Supersedes Farmers' bulletin 784, Anthrax and 
charbon.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 34-902 A 1.9 : 1736 

Horses. Breaking and training colts, [by V. G. Stambaugh ; revised by J. O. 
Williams and Earl B. Krantz]. [Oct. 1923, reprint 1934.] ii+21 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1368'.) [Revision of Farmers' bulletin 
667.] * Paper, ,5c. 
L. C. card Agr 24-34 A 1.9 : 1368/1-8 

Service announcenients. Service and regulatory announcements, Nov. 1934; 
[no.] 331. Dec. 1934 [published 1935]. p. 95-102. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. 
single copy, 25c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 7-1658 A 4.13 : .331 

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IQ January 1935 

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY BUREAU 

Birds. Common birds of southeastern United States in relation to agriculture ; 
[by F. E. L. Beal, W. L. McAtee, and E. R. Kalmbach]. [Oct. 26, 1916, revised 
Nov. 1927, reprint 1934.] ii+44 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
755.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 18^950 A 1.9 : 755/5-6 

■ Homes for birds; [by E. R. Kalmbach and W. L. McAtee]. [July 1925, 

revised Dec. 1930, reprint 1935.] ii+22 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1456.) [Supersedes Farmers' bulletin 609, Bird houses and how to 
build them.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-990 A 1.9 : 1456/3-5 

CHxme. Regulations relating to game, land fur animals, and birds in Alaska, 
1933-34. effective July 1, 1933. Apr. 1933, slightly revised Dec. 1934. [1934.] 
cover title, 32 p. il. (Alaska Game Commission. Circular 11.) [Regulations 
contained herein and amendments published in supplements 1-3 should not be 
relied upon as correct after July 1, 1935.] f 
L. C. card Agr 26-862 A 5.10/4 : 11/2 

Game birds. Local names of migratory game birds ; [by] W. L. McAtee. Oct. 
1923, [reprint with slight change] 1934. cover title, 96 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Miscellaneous circular 13.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-1309 A 1.5/2 : 13/2-4 

CHEMISTRY AND SOILS BUREAU 

Bay County, Mich. Soil sur\-ey of Bay County, Mich, [with list of literature 
cited] ; by C. H. Wonser, J. O. Veatch, L. R. Jones, and L. R. Schoenmann. 
[1934.] cover title, 30 p. il. map. ([Soil survey report] 6, series 1931.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and 
Michigan Department of Conservation. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-90{> A 47.5 : 931/6 

Dairy products. Manufacture, composition, and utilization of dairy byproducts 
for feed [with list of literature cited] ; by Mayne R. Coe. Nov. 1934. 16 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Circular 329.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-900 A 1.4/2 : 329 

Houston Coiinty, Minn. Soil survey of Houston County, Minn. ; by A. L. Gray. 
W. J. Moran, A. H. Hasty, Sam Hill, C. H. Mattson, H. C. Newman, and H. T. 
Petraborg. [1934.] cover title, 36 p. il. map. ( [Soil survey report] 31, scries 
1929.) [Prepared in cooperation with University of Minnesota Agricultural 
Experiment Station. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-908 A 47.5 : 929/31 

Painting on farm; [by H. P. Holman]. [Apr. 1925. reprint 1934.] ii+33 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1452.) [Supei-sedes Farmers' bulletin 
474. Use of paint on farm.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-627 A 1.9 : 1452/1-6 

Sherman County, Ncbr. Soil survey of Sherman County, Nebr. ; by L. A. Brown, 
R. L. Gemmell. and F. A. Hayes. [1934.] cover title, 35 p. il. map. ([Soil 
survey report] 5, series 1931.) [Prepared in cooperation with University of 
Nebraska State Soil Survey Department of Conservation and Suney Division. 
Text and illustration on p. 2-A of cover.] * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-910 A 47.5 : 931/5 

Soils. Base exchange and related properties of colloids of soils from erosion 
experiment stations [with list of literature cited] ; by C. S. Slater and H. G. 
Byers. Oct. 1934. 20 p. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 461.) 
* Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 3^899 A 1.36 : 461 

Soil-erosion studies show vegetation has dominant role ; [by H. H. Ben- 
nett]. [19.34.] 6 p. il. (Yearbook separate 1451.) [Fi'om Yearbook of agri- 
culture, 1934.] t A 1.10/a : 1451 

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Wyoming County, Pa. Soil survey of Wyoming County, Pa. [witli list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by B. H. Hendrickson, R. T. Avon Bui-ke, K. V. Goodman, and 
R. L. Smith. [1934.] cover title, 36 p. il. 1 pi. map. ([Soil survey report] 
34, series 1929.) [Prepared in cooperation with Pennsylvania State College 
School of Agriculture and Experiment Station. Text and illustration on p. 
2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-895 A 47.5 : 929/34 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Cheese. Making American cheese on farm for home consumption ; [by H. L. Wil- 
son]. [Oct. 1934.] ii+18 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1734.) 
[Supersedes Farmers' bulletin 1191, Making American cheese on farm.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agi- 34-901 A 1.9 : 1734 

Neufchatel and cream cheese, farm manufacture and use ; [by K. J. Mathe- 

son and F. R. Cammack]. [July 1918, revised Oct. 1934.] [1934.] ii-f21 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 960.) [Prepared in cooperation 
with Home Economics Bureau.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 34-913 A 1.9 : 960/3 

Food for cattle. Feeding and management investigations at Dairy Experiment 
Station at Beltsville. Md., 1932 report [with list of literature cited] ; by T. E. 
Woodward, J. B. Shepherd, and R. R. Graves. Dec. 1933 [reprint 1934]. 
51 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 179.) [This is the 
2d report of experiments of this nature conducted at the experiment station 
at Beltsville, Md. The 1st report was published in Jan. 1932 as Miscellaneous 
publication 130.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-3 A 1.38 : 179/1-2 

Milk. Cooling milk on farm with small mechanical outfits : by R. P. Hotis and 
J. R. McCalmont. Oct. 1934. 24 p. il. 1 pi. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 
336.) [Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Engineering Bureau.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 34-893 A 1.4/2 : 336 

Equipment for city milk plants ; by C. E. Clement, J. B. Bain, and F. M. 

Grant. Dec. 1929, revised June 1932 [reprint 1934]. 44 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Circular 99.) [Supersedes Agriculture Department Bulletin 890, Milk 
plant equipment.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agi- 32-793 A 1.4/2 : 99/2-2 

Milk-quality improvement program for 4-H dairy clubs [with list of 

references] : by C. J. Babcock and J. B. Parker. June 1932 [reprint 1934]. 
20 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 146.) * Paper. 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 32-615 A 1.38 : 146/1-2 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU 

Angoumois gram moth; [by E. A. Back]. [Sept. 1920, revised July 1929, reprint 
1934.] ii-1-18 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1156.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-18 A 1.9 : 1156/3-4 

Bees. Preparation of bees for outdoor wintering ; [by E. F. Phillips and George 
S. Demutb]. [Sept. 1918, reprint with omissions 1934.] 20 p. il. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1012.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 18-923 A 1.9 : 1012/1-4 

Cattle gn(bs or heel flies with suggestions for their control ; [by F. C. Bishopp, 
E. W. Laake. and R. W. Wells]. [June 1929. slightly revised Aug. 1934.] 
[1934.] ii-l-22p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1596.) * Paper, 
5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-1019 A 1.9 : 1596/2 

Cremastus flavoorl)itaUs. Biology of Cremastus flavoorbitalis (Cameron), 
ichneumonid parasite of European corn borer [with list of literature cited] : 
by W. G. Bradley and E. D. Burgess. Nov. 1934. 16 p. il. 2 p. of pi. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Technical bulletin 441.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-898 A 1.36 : 441 

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European corn borer and its controlliug factors in the Orient [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by Charles A. Clark. Nov. l!;i.34. 38 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Technical bulletin 455.) * Paper, oo. '' 

L. C. card Agr 34-911 A 1.36 : 455 

Fumigation of citrus trees for control of insect pests: [by R. S. Woglum]. 
[July 1923, reprint 1934.] ii+58 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1321.) [Supersedes Farmers" bulletin 923.] * Paper, 5c. , 

L. C. card Agr 2:3-1184 A 1.9: 1321/1^ 

Lime-sulphur concentrate, preparation, uses, and designs for plants; [by E. H. 
Siegler and A. M. Daniels]. [Dec. 1922. reprint 1934.] [2]+42p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers" bulletin 1285.) [Prepared in cooperation with Pub- 
lic Roads Bureau.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-262 A 1.9 : 1285/1-7 

Mexican fruit flics. Studies on Mexican fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens (Loew) 
[with list of literature cited] ; by Hugh H. Darby and E. M. Kapp. Nov. 
1934. 20p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 444.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-915 A 1.36 : 444 

Oil retention, oil-emulsifier ratio, and oil-water ratio as affecting insecticidal 
efficiency of emulsions [with list of literature cited] ; by A. W. Cressman 
and Lynn H. Dawsey. 1934. [2] 4-1-19 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation 
with Chemistry and Soils Bureau. From Journal of agricultural research, 
V. 49, no. 1, July 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : In 7/13 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, July-Sept. 
1934; no. 120. Jan. 1935. p. 59-92. [Quarterly.] t 

L. C. card Agr 14-383 A 56.14 : 120 

Note. — This number of the Service and regulatory announcements is issued under 
the new Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau which takes over the work hitherto 
conducted by the Plant Quarantine Bureau. These announcements, however, will be 
continued under the same numbering and general plan as those formerly issued by the 
Plant Quarantine Bureau. 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

Experimetit station record, v. 72. no. 1; Jan. 1935. [1934.] cover title, p. 1-144. 
[Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, 
$1.00 per vol. (2 vols, a yr.) ; foreign subscription, $1.50 per vol. 
L. C. card A.gr 9-832 A 10.6: 72/1 

Note. — Mainly made up of abstracts of reports and publications on agri'cultural 
science which have recently appeared in all countries, especially the United States. 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

Exteti-sion Service review, v. 5, no. 11 ; Nov. 1934. [1934.] cover title, p. 161- 

176. il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 5c. 
single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. 

L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 43.7 : 5/11 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

Food. Notices of judgment under food and drugs act 22201-300. Nov. 1934. 
p. 10.3-142. t 
L. C. card Agr S-878 A 46.6 : 22201-22300 

Same 22351-375. Dec. 1934. p. 175-192. f A 46.6 : 22351-22375 

Same 22376-475. Dec. 1934. p. 193-234. t A 46.6 : 22376-22475 

Insectieides. Notices of judgment under insecticide act 1312-40. Nov. 1934. 

p. 185-202. t 

L. C. card Agr 12-2226 A 46.7 : 1312-1.340 

Same 1341-56. Jan. 1935. p. 20.3-213. t A 46.7 : 1341-1356 

FOREST SERVICE 

Bears. Plan for management of brown bear in relation to other resources on 
Admiralty Island, Ala.ska ; by B. F. Heintzleman and H. "W. Terhune [1934.] 
[l]-f-20 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 195.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Alaska Game Commission.] * Paper, .5^. 
L. C. card Agr 34-903 A1.3S::95 

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Blafk tcalnut. Selling black walnut timber [with sources of additional informa- 
tion : by Warren D. Brush]. [Aug. 1925. revised Apr. 1926, slightly revised 
June 1933, reprint 1934.] ii-i-21 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulle- 
tin 14.59. ) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-1440 A 1.9 : 14.59/.3-2 

EoUii. Growing Christmas holly on farm: [by Perkins Coville]. [Oct. 1932, 
r^'print 19.34.] ii+22 p. il. ^Agriculture Dent. Farmers' bulletin 1693.) 
* Paper, oc. 
L. C. card Agr 32-1139 A L9: 1693/1-2 

Maps 

{jrila Xational Forest. N. Mex. [resourc-es and recreation features, roads, trails, 
etc.]. [1934.] 1 sheet (with map on verso), il. oblong f, folded into narrow 
8° size and so printed as to number 23+ [1] p. t A 13.13 : G 37/2/934 

HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Floor's and floor coverings. [Aug. 1921. reprint with changes 1934.] ii-f30 p. 
il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1219.) [Date of original issue in- 
correctlv given on this publication as Sept. 1921.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 22-636 A 1.9 : 1219/1-11 

IXFORMATIOX OFFICE 

Technical luUetiiis 401—425. [title page] with contents: prepared in Indexing 
Section. 1935. [1] +13 p. * Paper. 5c. A 1.36 : 401-425 t.p.&cont. 

PLAXT INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Agricultural investigatiom at Belle Fourche (S. Dak.> Field Station. 1926-32: 
by Beyer Aune. L. A. Hurst, and Albert Osenbrug. Oct. 19.34. cover title. 53 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 454.) [Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Chemistry and Soils Bureau.] * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 3+-9a5 A 1.36: 454 

Apple:?. Soft scald and soggy break-down of apple3 [with list of literature 
cited] : by Charles Brooks and C. P. Harley. 1934. [2] +55-69 p. il. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 49. no. 1. Julv 1. 19S4.] * Paper. 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Ap 52 '60 

Bartlett pears. Relation of maturity and handling of Bartlett pears in Pacific 
Northwest to quality of canned pro<Juct [with list of literature cited] ; by 
B. D. Ezell and H. C. Diehl. Oct. 1934. 24 p. iL (Agriculture Dept. Tech- 
nical bulletin 45<i. ) * Pai:>er. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-907 A 1.36 : 4.50 

Bur-cJover cultivation and utilization : [by Roland McKee]. [Dec. 1934.] 

ii+14 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1741.) [Revision of 
Farmers' bulletin 693. Bur clover.] * Paper. 5c 

L. C. card Agr 34-896 A 1.9 : 1741 

CcrcosporeUa foot rot of winter cereals [with list of literature cited] : by 
Roderick Sprague and Hurley Fellows. Sept. 1934. 24 p. U. 4 pi. 2 p. of pi. 
( Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 42S. ) * Pai>er. ICk?. 
L. C. card Agr 3+-897 " A 1.36 : 428 

Cotton. Chromosome number and meiotic behavior in Gossypium [with list of 
literature cited] : by J. M. Webber. 1934. [2] +223-237 p. il. [From Jour- 
nal of agricultural research, v. 49. no. 3. Aug. 1. 1934.] * Paper. 5c. 

A 1.23 'a : C 829/89 

Cotton and cononseed. list of pubueations of Department of Agricul- 
ture on these subjects, including early reports of Patent Office : compiled by 
Rachel P. Lane. Nov. 1934. ii+149 p. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous 
publication 203.) [Prepared in c-ooperation with Agricultural Economics 
Bureati.] * Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 34--S94 A 1.38 : 203 

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14 January 1935 

Cranherries. Managing cranberry fields; [by George M. Darrow, Henry J. 
Franklin, and O. G. Malde]. [May 1924, reprint 1934.] ii+21 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1401.) [Prepared in cooperation with 
Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station and Wisconsin Cranberry Ex- 
periment Station.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 24-531 A 1.9 : 1401/1-3 

Frozen-pack method of preserving berries in Pacific Northwest ; by H. O. Diehl, 
J. R. Magness, C. R. Gross, and V. B. Bonney. Jan. 1930 [reprint 1934]. 38 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 148.) [Prepared in cooiDeratiou 
with Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration.] * Paper, lOc. 
L. C. card Agr 30-70 A 1.36 : 148/1-2 

Grain. Treat seed grain ; by A. G. Johnson, R. J. Haskell, and R. W. Leukel. 
Dec. 1934. [4] p. narrow 8° (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 
219.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-916 A 1.38 : 219 

Plant material introduced by Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction, 
Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1933 ; nos. 101585-102377. Nov. 1934. 38 p. (Inventory 114.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 7-1331 A 19.12 : 114 

Potato Icafhoppers. Nature of injury to forage legumes by potato leaf hopper 
[with list of literature cited]; by Howard W. Johnson. 1934. [2]-f379- 
400 p il. [From Journal of agricultural reseai-ch, v. 49, no. 5, Sept. 1, 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 847/108 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, no. 19: Prose- 
cutions under interstate clause (sec. 6) of Federal seed act. Nov, 1934 
[reprint 1935]. 7 p. t 
L. C. card Agr 14-1059 A 19.13 : 19/1-2 

PUBLIC ROADS BUREAU 
Progress maps 

NoTK. — Those mnps show the status of improvement of the Federal-aid system iu each 
State, reg;ir(lloss of whether the construction has been done with the aid of the Federal 
Government, by the States, by the counties, or by the townships. A system of symbols 
indicates the type of improvement of all the roads and whether the work was done with 
or without ihi' assistance of the Federal Government. Sheets are of uniform size, some 
States requiring 2 or nvore, and are so issued that they may be punched and put in a 
loose-leaf atlas. The m.ips are called progress maps, and the series will be issued 
periodically to show any change in improvement of the highways. 

Kentucky. Federal aid highway system, progress map: [Kentucky]; data 
corrected to July 1. 1934. Scale 1:500,000 or 1 in. =7.891 m. [Wasliington] 
Geological Survey [1934]. [2 sheets] each 18.8 X 28.5 in. [Projection, modi- 
fied polyconic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 20c. per 
set of 2 maps. A 22.9 : K 41/5/E, W 

Eastern Kentucky. ([Sheet] IflE.I 
Western Kentucky. ([Sheet] 19W.) 

WasMngton State. Federal aid highway system, progress map: [Washington] ; 
data corrected to June 1. 1934. Scale 1 : 760,320 or 1 in. =12 m. [Washington] 
Geological Survey [1934]. [2 sheets] each 28.5 X 18.8 in. [Projection, modi- 
fied polyconic. Base map from Geological Survev State map.] * 20c. per 
set of 2 maps. A 22.9: W 27/6/E. W 

Eastern Washington. ([Sheet] 41E.) 
Western Washington. ([Sheet] 41 W.) 

WEATHER BUREAU 

Climatic summary of United States, climatic data from establishment of 
stations to 1930, edited by R. J. Martin: sec. 104, Northern Florida. [1934.] 
27 p. il. 4" [Revised edition of a unit in the series hitherto entitled Summary 
of climatological data for United States by sections, designated sec. 83 in 
preceding editions.] * Paper, 10c. A 29.5/a : sec. 104/930 

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•Vlimatolopical data for United States by sections, v. 21, no. 8 ; Aug. 1934. [^934.] 
cover title, [204] p. il. 2 p. of maps, 4" * Paper, 35c. complete montlily num- 
ber, $4.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $6.00. 

L. C. card Agr 14-566 A 29.29 : 21/8 

Note. — Made up of separate Climatologioal data issued from 42 section centers of 
the United States. Printed at the several section centers and assembled and hound at 
the Washington Office. Issued principally for service use and exchange. Back numhers 
cannot be supplied. The separate Climatological data are sold by the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the rate of 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. for each 
section. 

Meteorology. Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C, Dec. 1934. 
[Jan. 4, 1935.] [2] p. large 8° t A 29.30 : 934/12 

Monthly imatJier review. Monthly weather review, Aug. 1934 ; v. 62, no. 8. 
[Nov. 15, 1934.] cover title, p. 269-313, il. 1 pi. 8 p. of maps, 4" [Text on 
p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscrip- 
tion. $2.25. 

L. C. card Asr 9-990 A 29.6/1 : 62/8 

Note. — The Monthly weather review contains (1) meteorological contributions and 
bibliography, (2) an interpretative summary and charts of the weather of the month 
in the United States, and on adjacent oceans, and (3) climatological tables dealing 
with the weather of the month. The contributions are principally results of observa- 
tional or research work in meteorology carried on in the United States or other parts 
of the world. 

SPi:ciAL ARTICLES. — Climatological review of Alaska-Yukon plateau ; by R. L. Frost. — 
Total solar radiation at New Orleans, La. ; by H. S. Mayerson and Henry Laurens. — 
Critical period of corn in northeastern Kansas; by A. D. Robb. — Diurnal variation In 
dew-point temperature at Asheville. N. C. ; by Leland T. Pierce. — Southeasterly winds 
of southern San Joaquin Valley, Calif. ; by Leon J. Guthrie. 

Same, Sept. 1934; v. 62, no. 9. [Dec. 17, 1934.] cover title, p. 315-360, 

il. 8 p. of maps, 4° [Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] A 29.6/1 : 62/9 

Special articles. — On relation between rainfall and stream flow [with list of lit- 
erature cited] ; by Richmond T. Zoch. — Snow survey as index to summer precipitation ; 
by O. W. Monson.- — Turbidity and water vapor determinations from solar radiation 
measurements at Blue Hill, and relations to air-mass types ; by Herbert H. Kimball. — 
Estimating yield of grain from weather ; by A. H. Bogue. — Time limits of day aa 
affecting records of minimum temperature ; by E. S. Nichols. 

Report of chief of Weather Bureau, [fiscal year] 1934. [1934.] 7 p. t 
L. C. card Agr 9-1419 A 29.1/al : 934 

Weather. Weekly weather and crop bulletin, with snow and ice data, Jan. 1-29, 
1935 ; no. 1-5, 1935. Jan. 2-30, 1935. Each 4 p. il. 4° * Paper, 50c. a yr. 
L. C. card Agr 24-260 A 29.7/2 : 935/1-5 

Weather map. Daily weather map [of United States published at Washington, 
D. C, showing weather conditions for United States and forecasts for all 
States east of Mississippi Kiver belonging to Washington forecast district], 
Jan. 1-31, 1935. [1935.] Each 19X24 in. (outside measurement). * Daily, 
except Sundays (DWM), $3.00 a yr., 25c. a month; daily, including Sundays 
and holidays (DSHM), $3.60 a yr., 30c. a month; Sunday and holiday maps 
•only (SHM), no subscription for less than 6 months, 30c., 60c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $9.10 a yr. (maps cannot be furnished in quantities unless the 
order is placed with the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, in 
advance of issue). A 29.18: 935 

Note. — Subscribers desiring maps containing forecasts of weather conditions outside 
■of the Washington forecast district will be referred to the district in which they are 
located, and all subscriptions forwarded through the Weather Bureau for proper station 
reference. Maps containing these forecasts are issued daily, except Sundays and holi- 
days, at New Orleans, La., Denver, Colo., Chicago, 111., San Francisco, Calif., and other 
field stations, and are designated as station weather maps DD, CM, or E ; subscription 
price, $2.40 a yr., 20c. a mouth. 

Weather outlook, Jan. 7-Feb. 2 [1935]. Jan. 5-26, 1935. Each 1 p. [Weekly. 
The edition here cataloged is the one for Districts 1-3 issued from the forecast 
center at Washington, D. C] t A 29.38 : 935/1-4 

Note. — The Weather outlooks for the various zones are prepared at, and distributed 
from, forecast centers of the Weather Bureau, as follows : Washington, D. C, (District 
1, North and Middle Atlantic States, District 2, South Atlantic States, District 3. OhiO' 
Valley and Tennessee) ; New Orleans, La. (District 4. East Gulf States, District 5, 
Southern Plains and West Gulf States) ; Chicago, 111. (District 6, Region of Great Lakes, 
District 7, Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys, District 8, Northern and 
central Great Plains) ; Denver, Colo. (District 9, Northern Rocky Mountain region. 
District 10, Southern Rocky Mountain aud Plateau regions) ; San Francisco, Calif. 
(District 11, Far Western States). 

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16 January 1935 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

AIR COMMERCE BUREAU 

Air commerce bulletin, v. 6, no. 7; Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 157-178+ [1] p. il 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 29-26684 C 23.12 : 6/7 

Airports. Descriptions of airports and landing fields in United States. Sept. 1, 
1934. ii+228 p. il. (Airway bulletin 2.) t 

L. C. card 31-28574 C 23.7/2 : 2/4 

Note.— Includes General airway information. This material, formerly issued sepa- 
rately as Airway bulletin 1, has been summarized and brought up-to-date in this bulletin.. 

Airway maps 

Minneapolis, Minn. Twin Cities [Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn.] ; section of 
United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500,000. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. 20.3X40 in. [Lambert con- 
formal conic projection.] t 40c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : T 923 

San Diego [Calif.] ; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
scale i : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Nov. 1934. 
20.4X47 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c., Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. C 23.10/3 : Sa 5 di/2 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Birth, stillbirth, and infant mortality statistics for birth registration area of 
United States, [calendar year] 1931. 17th annual report. 1934. iv+236 p. il. 4° 
[Prepared under supervision of T. F. Murphy, chief statistician for vital sta- 
tistics, assisted by Willard C. Smith, assistant chief statistician for vital statis- 
tics, and Elizabeth Staker, junior administrative assistant.] * Cloth, $1.50 
(incorrectly given in publication as $1.00). 
L. C. card 17-26651 C 3.26 : 931 

Cotton. December report of cotton consumed, on hand, imported, and exported^ 
and active cotton spindles. Jan. 14. 1935. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. 
This publication is issued in postal card form.] t C 3.21 : 934-35/5 

• Report on cotton ginning, number of bales of cotton ginned from growth 

of 1934, prior to Jan. 16, 1935, and comparative statistics to corresponding date 
in 1934 and 1933. Jan. 23, 1935. oblong 32" [Preliminary report. This 
publication is issued in postal card form.] t C 3.20 : 934-35/9 

Cottonseed, received, crushed, and on hand, and cottonseed products manufac- 
tured, shipped out, and on hand for 5 months ending Dec. 31, 1934 and 1933. 
Jan. 12, 1935. oblong 32° [Exports of cottonseed products are for 4 months 
ending Nov. 30. Preliminary report. This publication is issued in postal card 
form.] t C 3.25 : 984-35/5 

Negroes in United States, 1920-32: [chapter 17] Retail business. 1934. 40 
p. il. 4° [Prepared under supervision of Z. R. Pettet, chief statistician for 
agriculture, by Charles E. Hall.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.2 : N 31/2/chap.l7 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Note. — The monthly Notice to mariners, formerly issued by the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, has been consolidated with and made a part of the Notice to mariners issued by 
the Lighthouses Bureau, thus making it a joint publication. The Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey prepares and has for sale the airway maps issued by the Air Commerce Bureau, but 
since they are publications of the last-named bureau, they are entered in this catalog under 
that center head, for which see above. The United States coast and intracoastal water- 
ways piliits, tide tables, euireiit tniiles, nnd charts of the Coast and Geodetic Survey are 
sold at the office of the Survey in Washington, and also by one or more sales agents in 
each of the important American seaports. 

Coa^t and Geodetic Survey bulletin, Dec. 31, 1934; no. 235. [1935.] 8 p. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card lij-26512 C 4.20 : 235 

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January 1935 17 

Coast pilots. Supplement to United States coast pilot, Atlantic Coast, section 
B. Cape Cod to Sandy Hook. 3d (1933) edition. Nov. 7, 1934. [1]+1S leaves. 
( Serial 550-2. ) t C 4.6/1 : B/3/supp.934-2 

Same, section D, Cape Henry to Key West, 3d (1928) edition. Nov. 28, 

1934, [published] 1935. [1] +27 leaves. (Serial 419-6.) t 

C 4.6/1 : D/3/SUPP.934 

Earthquakes. Destructive and near-destructive earthquakes in California and 
VFestern Nevada, 1769-1933 [with principal sources of information] ; by Harry 
O. Wood, Maxwell W. Allen, [and] N. H. Heck. 1934. ii+25 p. (Special 
publication 191.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 3&-26032 C 4.19 : 191 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1934.] p. 119-139. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t C 4.1: 934 

Work. United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, its work in surveying and 
chartins waters of United States and possessions, geodetic control surveys, 
and other activities. 1934. [1] +17-24+ [1] p. il. [From United States De- 
partment of Commerce, how it serves you on land, and sea, and in the air.] t 

C 1.2/a : C 63/2 

Charts 

Atlantic Coast. United States, east coast. Cape May to Cape Hatteras, surveys 
to 1933 and other sources ; chart 1109. [Scale 1 : 415,000.] Washington, Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, Dec. 1934. 43.8X31.1 in. [For offshore navigation 
only.] t 75c. C 4.9 : 1109 

Bodeaa Bay. Bodega and Tomales bays, Calif., surveys to 1932: chart 5603. 
Scale 1 : 30,000. Washington, Const and Geodetic Survey, Nov. 1934. 41.8X33.4 
in. t 75c. C 4.9 : 5603 

Cristobal, C. Z. Port of Cristobal, Panama Canal, Atlantic Coast, surveys to 
1905, surveys by The Panama Canal and other sources to 1933 ; chart 950. 
Scale 1 : 15,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Dec. 1934. 34.8X28.3 
in. t75c. C 4.9: 950 

Orays Harbor, Wash., surveys to 1927, surveys by U. S. Engineers to Sept. 1934, 
surveys by Port of Grays Harbor to 1929 ; with inset. Continuation of Chehalis 
River : chart 6195. Scale 1 : 40.000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Dec. 1934. 24.5X38.6 in. t 50c. C 4.9 : 6195 

Luzon. Southeastern Luzon and parts of Masbate and Samar. P. I., surveys to 
1933 and other sources; chart 4715. [Scale 1:400,000.] Manila, P. I.. Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, Oct. 1934. 29.5X40.1 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 4715 

West coast of Luzon, P. I., Santa to San Fernando, original surveys 

to 1933; chart 4208. [Scale 1:100,000.] Manila, P. I., Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Oct. 1934. 41.7X31.7 in. t 75c. 4.9:4028 

Molokai. Harbors of Molokai, Hawaiian Islands ; chart 4121. Scale 1 : 5,000. 
Washington. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Nov. 1934. 28.2x33.7 in. 1 50c. 

C 4.9 : 4121 

Kamalo Harbor, surveys to 1931. 

Kaunakakai Harbor, surveys to 1931, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934. 

Kolo Harbor, surveys to 1931. 

Papohaku Roadstead, surveys to 1931. 

Pukoo Harbor, surveys to 1931. 

Port Angeles, Wash., surveys to 1931, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1926, 
and other sources ; chart 6303. Scale 1 : 10,000. Washington, Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey, Nov. 1934. 18.9X31.4 in. 1 25c. 4.9:6303 

Earitan Rive?; from Raritan Bay to New Brunswick, N. J., original surveys to 
1930, .surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934, and other sources; chart 375. 
Scale 1 : 20.000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Nov. 1934. 19.6X 
34.4 in. t 50c. 4.9 : 375 

Siuslaw River. Oreg., surveys to 1928, surveys by U. S. Engineers to Sept. 1934; 
chart 6023. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Nov. 
1934. 17.5X18.4 in. 1 25c. 4.9:6023 

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United States. Great-circle chart, United States; chart 3074. Scale at point 
of tangency approximately 1 : 5,094,000 (point of tangency lat. 40" N., long. 
96° W.) Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Sept. 1934. 27.1X41.2 in. 
[Gnomonic projection.] t 50c. C 4.9: 3074 

FISHERIES BUREAU 

CoJd storage holdings of fish, Dec. 15, 1934. [1935.] 2 leaves. 4" (Statistical 
bulletin 1109.) [Statistics furnished by Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 

C 6.5 : 1109 

Fisheries service bulletin, Jan. 2, 1935; no. 236. [1935.] 9 p. [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card F 15-76 C 6.9: 236 

Fishcrij jyroducts. Fishery products landed at Seattle, Wash., by United States 
vessels, Nov. 1934. [1934.] 1 p. 4° (Statistical bulletin 1108.) t 

C 6.5 : 1108 

Same, Dec. 1934. [1935.] 1 p. 4° (Statistical bulletin 1111.) t 

C 6.5 : 1111 

Landings by fishing vessels at principal New England ports, Nov. 1934, 

[with] summarv and comparisons, Nov. 1934 and 1933. [1934.] 3 leaves, 4° 
(Statistical bulletin 1110.) t 6.5:1110 

Traivling. Conditions affecting southern winter trawl fishery; by Robert A. 
Nesbit and William C. Neville. Jan. 1935. 12 p. il. (Fishery circular 18.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card F 35-1 C 6.13 : 18 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Business. Survey of current business, Jan. 1935; v. 15, no. 1. [1935.] cover- 
title, 56 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Contains weekly data through Dec. 22. 1934, 
and monthly data through November, the date given above being the date 
of issue. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single 
copy, $1.50 a vr. (including weekly supplements) ; foreign subscription, $3.00. 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 935/1 

Same, weekly supplement, Jan. 3-31, 1935. [1935.] Each 4 p. il. 4° [In- 
cluded in price of monthly Survey of current business, which see above.] 

C 18.36 : 935/1-5 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States. Nov. 1934; 
compiled by Division of Foreign Trade Statistics. 1935. 42 p. il. 4° * Paper, 
10c. single copv. $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.60. 
L. C. card 14-21465 C 18.7 : 934/11 

Same. (H. doc. 56, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Commerce reports, weekly, containing current foreign trade news, Jan. 5-26, 
1935; no. 1-4 [series 1935]. [1935.] p. 1-64, il. 4° * Paper. 5c. single copy, 
$1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.10. 018.5/1:935/1^ 

Domestic commerce, v. 15, no. 1-3; Jan. 10-30, 1935. [1935.] [5] p.+leaves 
1^8, il. 4° [Multigraphed.] t Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. : foreign 
subscription, $2.00. C 18.32 : 15/1-3 

Statistical abstract. Statistical abstract of United States, 1934. 1934. no. 
56 ; xvi-f 791 p. * Cloth, $1.50. 
L. 0. card 4-18089 18.14 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 368, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) 

Transportation. Railway and highway transportation abroad, study of exist- 
ing relationships, recent competitive measures, and coordination policies [with 
pi-incipal sources of material] ; by W. Rodney Long. 1934. ix-|-426 p. il. 
(Trade promotion series 155; Transportation Division.) * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card 34-26003 C 18.27 : 155 

Work. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Claudius T. Murchison, 
director. [1934.] p. 31-37, il. [From United States Department of Com- 
merce, how it serves you on land, and sea, and in the air.] t C 1.2/a : F 761 

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LIGHTHOUSES BUREAU 

LightJwme service bulletin., v. 4, no. 61; Jan. 1, 1935. [1935.] p. 197-198. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 12-35121 C 9.81 : 4/61 

Notice to mariners 1-5, 1935; Jan. 2-30 [1935]. [1935.] [x]+l-49 leaves. 
[Weekly. Issued jointly with Coast and Geodetic Survey.] t 
L. C. card 7-20609 9.26:935/1-5 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Autographic thermnl expansion apparatus; by Wilmer Souder, Peter Hidnert, 
and James Fulton Fox. [1934.] p. 497-513, il. 4 p. of pi. (Research paper 
722.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, 
Oct. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 722 

Benzoic acid. Heat of combustion of standard sample benzoic acid ; by Ralph 
S. Jessup and Carleton B. Green. [1934.] p. 469-495, il. (Research paper 
721.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, 
Oct. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 721 

Binders board for bookbinding and other purposes, recorded standard of the 
industrv, approved by American Standards Association as American standard 
CS50-34. Nov. 2, 1934. ii+15 p. il. (Commercial standard CS50-34.) [Ef- 
fective date for new production, Oct. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.20: 50 

Coil arrangements for producing uniform magnetic field ; by Forest K. Harris. 
[1934.] p. 391-410, il. (Research paper 716.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Sept, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 716 

Containers for extracted honey. Dec. 5, 1934. iii+ll p. (Simplified practice 
recommendation R156-34.) [Recommendation became efirective Oct. 1. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 156 

Copper. Effect of cold-rolling on indentation hardness of copper [with list of 
references] ; by John G. Thompson. [1934.] p. 745-756, il. (Research paper 
742.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, 
Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 742 

Gallium. Freezing point of gallium ; by Wm. F. Roeser and James I. Hoffman. 
[1935.] p. 673-676. (Research paper 735.) [From Journal of research of 
National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 735 

Preparation of pure gallium ; by James I. Hoffman. [1935.] p. 665-672. 

1 pi. (Research paper 734.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau 
of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 734 

Gas {fuel). Standards for gas .<^ervice. Nov. 8, 1934. x+258 p. il. (Circular 
405.) [Supersedes Circular 32.] * Paper. 20c. 
L. C. card 34-26002 C 13.4 : 405 

Gases. Interference measurements in spectra of noble gases ; by William F. 
Meggers and C. J. Humphreys. [1934.] p. 293-309. (Research paper 710.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Sept. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 710 

Gold -chromium resistance alloys; by James L. Thomas. [1935.] p. 681-688, il. 
(Research paper 737.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards, V. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 737 

Hafnium. Second spectrum of hafnium (Hf ii) ; by William F. Meggers and 
Bourdon F. Scribner. [1935.] p. 625-657, il. (Research paper 732.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 732 

Hydrogen. Fi-actionation of isotopes of hydrogen and of oxygen in commercial 
electrolyzer ; by Edward W. Washburn, Edgar R. Smith, and Francis A. Smith. 
[1935.] p. 599-608, il. (Research paper 729.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 729 

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20 January 1935 

Hypodermic needles. Deutal hypodermic needles. 2d edition. Dec. 7, 1934. 
iii+8 p. (Simplified practice recommendation R108-84.) [Recommendation 
became effective Oct. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 108/2d ed. 

lonisation of liquid carbon disulphide by X-rays; by Fred L. Mohler and 
Lauriston S. Taylor. [1935.] p. 659^664, il. (Research paper 733.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 733 

Journal of research. Bureau of Standards journal of research, v. 12, Jan.-June 
1934, Research papers 630-690. 1934. vii+821 p. il. 13 pi. 14 p. of pi. [Each 
Research paper is printed separately in advance and also as a part of a 
monthly number of the Journal of research. For contents of v. 12, see 
Monthly catalogs, Jan.-June 1934, respectively, where contents have been given 
for single numbers of the Journal of research as issued.] * Cloth, $3.00. 

C 13.22/2 : 12 

Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, Jan. 1935; v. 14, 

no. 1. 1935. ii+1-84 p. il. 2 pi. 4 p. of pi. [Monthly.] * Paper, 25c. singie 
copy, $2.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.25. 

L. C. card 35-26066—26071 13.22 : 14/1 

Contents. — RP753, B'actors affecting peiformauce of hosiery on hosierj'-testing ma- 
chine ; by Herbert F. Schiefer and Richard S. Cleveland. — RP754, Fatigue properties of 
steel wire ; by Stephen M. Shelton and William H. Swauger.^RP755, Interference 
measurements in infrared arc spectrum of iron ; by William F. Meggers. — RP756. 
Maxwell triangle yielding uniform chromaticity scales ; by Deane B. .fudd. — Rr757, 
Use of pipette method in fineness test of molding sand ; by Clarence E. Jackson and 
C. M. Saegcr, jr. — RP75S, Moisture relations of aircraft fabrics ; by Gurdon M. Kline. 

Lcyvibond fflasses. Standardization of Lovibond red glasses in combination with 
Loviboud 35 yellow ; by Kasson S. Gibson and Geraldine WaUier Hanpt. 
[1934.] p. 433-451, il. (Research paper 718.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Oct. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 718 

Metals. Influence of chemically and mechanically formed notches on fatigue 
of metals [with list of selected references] ; by Dunlap J. McAdam, jr., and 
Robert W. Clyne. [1934.] p. 52Y-572, il. (Research paper 725.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Oct. 1934.] 

* Paper, oc. C 13.22/a : 725 

Paper. Relation of paper properties to register in offset lithography ; by 
Charh-s G. Weber. [1935.] p. 609-616, il. (Research paper 730.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 730 

Psychromctric charts for high and low pressures [with list of references] ; by 
Donald B. Brooks. Jan. 18, 1935. 8 p. il. 4" (Miscellaneous publication 146.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26065 C 13.10 : 146 

Radio field intensity records. Analysis of continuous records of field intensity 
at broadcast frequencies ; by Kenneth A. Norton, Samuel S. Kirby, and Gordon 
H. Lester. [1934.] p. 897-910, il. 2 p. of pi. (.Research paper 752.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 752 

Rubber. Forms of rubber as indicated by temperature-volume relationship ; 
by Norman Bekkedahl. [1934.] p. 411-431, il. (Research paper 717.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Sept. 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 717 

Heats of combustion of rubber and of rubber-sulphur compounds; by 

R. S. Jessup and A. D. Cummings. [1934.] p. 357-369, il. (Research paper 
713.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, 
Sept. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 713 

Steel. Compression tests of structural steel at elevated temperatures ; by 
Prentiss D. Sale. [1935.] p. 713-743, 11. 2 p. of pi. (Research paper 741.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] 
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Sulphur. Determination of sulphur and sulphate in wool; by Ralph T. Mease. 
[1935.] p. 617-623. (Research paper 731.) [From Journal of research of 
National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 731 

Sulphuj'^ic acid. Resistivity of sulphuric-acid solutions and its relation to vis- 
cosity and temperature; by George W. Vinal and D. Norman Craig. [1935.] 
p. 689-697, il. (Research paper 738.) [From Journal of research of National 
Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 738 

Technical news bulletin of National Bureau of Standards, Jan. 1935; no. 213. 
[1935.] p. 1-10. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card 25-26527 13.13 : 213 

TemperaUire-control box for saturated standard cells; by E. F. Mueller and 
H. F. Stimson. [1935.] p. 699-704, il. (Research paper 739.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] 
* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 739 

X-ravs. Note on bactericidal effects of X-rays ; by Fred L. Mohler and Lauriston 
S. Taylor. [1935.] p. 677-679. (Research paper 736.) [From Journal of 
re.'^earch of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 736 

Xitlose. Note on purification of a-r7-xylose and its mutarotation ; by Horace 
S. Isbell. [1934.] p. 515-517. (Research paper 723.) [From Journal of 
research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Oct. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 18.22/a : 723 

NAVIGATION AND STEAMBOAT INSPECTION BUREAU 

Shipping. Current shipping data, v. 2 [3], no. 1; Jan. 10, 1935. [1935.] 12 
leaves. 4° [Monthlv. Multigraphed.] t Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. 

C 25.7 : 3/1 
PATENT OFFICE 

Note. — The Patent Office publishes Specifications and drawings of patents in single 
copies. These are not enumerated in this catalog, but may be obtained for 10c. each at 
the Patent Office. 

A variety of indexes, giving a complete view of the worl; of the Patent Office from 
1790 to date, are published at prices ranging from 25c. to $10.00 per volume, and those 
in stocli may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington. D. C. 
The Rules of practice and pamphlets containing Patent laws. General information con- 
cerning patents, and General information about protection of trade-marl^s, prints, and 
labels are furnished free of charge upon application to the Patent Office. The Patent 
Office issues coupon orders in packages of 20 at $2.00 per pacliage, or in boolis contain- 
ing 100 coupons at $10.00 per book. These coupons are good until used, but are only 
to be used for orders sent to the Patent Office. For schedule of office fees, address 
Chief Clerk, Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Beach. Chester H. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3398. in re Chester H. Beach, floor polishing machine ; brief for commissioner 
of patents. [1934.] cover title, 7 p. 4° $ C 21.10 : B 352/3 

DeGisions. [Decisions in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.] Jan. 1, 1935. 
p. 1-8. large 8° [From Ofl3cial gazette, v. 450, no. 1.] * Paper, 5c. single 
copy. $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription. $1.80. 
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450, no. 5.] 

Fitzfferald, Patrick J. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent ap- 
peal no. 3470, in re Patrick J. Fitzgerald, convertible mixer and extractor; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1934.] cover title. 8 p. 4° t 

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Jennings, Oliver S. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3456, in re Oliver S. Jeuning'S, switch mechanisms ; brief for commissioner 
of patents. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. 4° $ C 21.10: J 445 

Official gazette. Official gazette of Patent Office, containing patents, trade- 
marks, designs, and labels Issued Jan. 1-29, 1935; v. 450, no. 1-5. [1935.1 

cover titles, 1103+[clxxx] p. il. large 8° [Weekly.] * Paper, 35c. single 

copy, $16.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $25.00. 

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Note. — Contains the patents, trade marks, designs, and labels issued each Aveek, witli 
indexes ; also decisions of tlie commissioner of patents and of tlie United States courts 
in patent cases. 

Tlie annual index of patents will hereafter be published in 2 parts, one on Patents, 
price $2.00. and the othei- on Trade marks, price 75c. These indexes are not included 
in the regular subscription price for the Official gazette given above, but will be sent 
to those yearly subscribers who remit $18.75 ; foreign subscription for the same, $28.75. 

Same, weekly index, with title, List of trade-mark applicants published 

for opposition [etc., Jan. 1, 1935]. [1935.] xlii p. large 8" [From Official 
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zette, v. 450, no. 3.] C 21.5/a 4 : 450/3- 

— Same [Jan. 22, 1935]. [1935.] xxxii p. large 8° [From Official gazette. 



450, no. 4.] 
Same [Jan. 29. 1935], 



[1935.] xxxii p. large 8 
v. 450, no. 5.] 

Patents. Classification of patents is:?ued Jan. 1-29, 1935, 
2 p. large 8" 
$2.50 a yr. 



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450, no. 1-5.] t Paper, 

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Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] 
nual report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] f 



p. 159-170. [From An- 
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Sherts, James H. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3454, in re James H. Sherts, safety glass ; brief for conunissioner of patents. 
[1935.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t C 21.10 : Sh 57 

Stevens, William C. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent apiieal 
no. 3457, in re William C. Stevens, drum controllers ; brief for commissioner of 
patents. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. 4° % C 21.10 : St 47/2 

Trade marks. Trade-marks [etc., from] Official gazette, Jan. 1, 1935. [1935.] 
9-42+xii p. il. large 8° [From Official gazette, v. 450, no. 1.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 21.5/a 3 : 450/1 



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Same. Jan. 8, 1935. [1935.] 

gazette, v. 450, no. 2.] 

Same, Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 

gazette, v. 450, no. 3.] 

Same, Jan. 22, 1935. [1935.] 

gazette, v. 450, no. 4.] 

Same, Jan. 29, 1935. [1935.] 

gazette, v. 450, no. 5.] 

Young, Howard F. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent apiieal no. 
3432, in re Howard F. Young, machines for making reinforced concrete beams; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. 4° t 

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SHIPPING BOARD BUREAU 

Passenger traffic. Water borne passenger traffic of United States (includes traf- 
fic in vessels of all flags), calendar year 1933; [prepared in] Div. of Shipping 
Research. [Dec. 18, 1934, published 1935.] [l]+35 leaves, oblong large 8° 
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Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 171-202. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
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United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. Transcript of record. Court of 
Appeals for District of Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, no. 6352, special calendar, 
Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation to use of United States, vs. 
United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, appeal from Supreme Court of 
District of Columbia. [1934.] cover title, ii+78 p. + C 27.10: Un 3 



CONGRESS 

Honaressional record. Congressional record, 74th Congress, 1st session, v. 79, 
no. 1-21; Jan. 3-31, 1935. [1935.] 1-1397+ [52] p. 11. 4° 

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Directory. 74th Congress, 1st session, beginning Jan. 3, 1935. official congres- 
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il. 1 pi. * Cloth, $1.00. 
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Eulogies. Memorial services, Joseph L. Hooper. 1934. 63 [62] + [1] p. 1 por, 
(H. doc. 350, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) [The last numbered page is given incorrectly 
as 63 instead of 62.] * Cloth. 75c. 
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Lafayette, General. Ceremonies in commemoration of 100th anniversary of death 
of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette, at joint session of Congress in 
House of Representatives, and otlier La Fayette commemorative ceremonies in 
United States, May 20, 1934. [1934.] x+91 p. 1 por. 5 pi. 1 facsim. (H. doc. 
407, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) * Cloth, 75c. 
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Washi7i(;ton, George. Acceptance of statues of George "Washington and Robert 
E. Lee presented by Virginia, proceedings in Congress and in rotunda, Capitol. 
1934. 62+ [1] p. 2 pi. (H. doc. 410, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) [Title on cover is: 
Statues of George Washinirton and Robert E. Lee, presented in rotunda, United 
States Capitol.] * Cloth, 75c. 
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CONFERENCE COMMITTEES 

Government offices. Independent offices appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, 
conference report to accompany H. R. 3410 ; submitted by Mr. Woodrum. Jan. 
25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 32, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Extend functions of Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation, conference report to accompany S. 1175 ; submitted by 
Mr. Steagall. Jan. :J0, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 38, T4th Cong. 1st sesa) [S. 1175 
also continues the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Export-Import Bank of 
Washington, and the Second Export-Import Bank of Washington, D. C, as 
agencies of United States.] * Paper, 5c. 
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24 January 1935 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 74th Congress, 
1st session, Jan. 3-31, 1935 ; no. 1-20. 1935. various paging, large 8° [Daily 
when House of Representatives is in session.] t Y 1.2 : 1/74-1 to 74-20' 

Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine. Annual report 
of Gorgas Memorial Ins>titute, 1934. letter transmitting annual report of Gorgas 
Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine, Inc., covering period 
Nov. 1, 1933-Oct. 31, 1934. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 4, 1935. 8 p. (H. doc. 
78, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c, 
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Reports to be made to Congress, letter from clerk of House of Representatives 
transmitting list of reports to be made to Congress by public officers during 
74th Congress. Jan. 3, 1935. 20 p. (H. doc. 77, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Pai^er, 5c. 

L. C. card 9-35340 

Rtcles. Constitution, Jefferson's manual, and Rules of House of Representatives, 
74th Congress; [compiled] by Lewis Deschler. 1935. xiii+719 p. (H. doe. 
413, 73d Cong. 2d sess. ) *Pap€r, 70c. 
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ACCJOUNTS COMMITTCB, HOUSE 

Brady, William. Thomas Brady, report to accompany H. Res. 48 [for payment 
of gratuity to Thomas Brady, father of William Brady] ; submitted by Mr. 
Warren. Jan. 17, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 9, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai^er, 5c. 

House of Representatives. Consideration of House resolution 36, report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 36 [autliorlzing appointment of successor to laborer authorized 
and named in resolutidu of House of Representatives adopted Dec. 19, 1901] ; 
submitted by Mr. Warit-u. Jan. 17, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 10. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

- '1RICT'T.--TJRE OMMI'ITEE, IKUSIC 

Loans. To meet con<litions created by 1934 drought, and to provide loans to 
farmers in drought- and storm-stricken areas, report to accompany H. R. 
3247: submitted by Mr. Jones. J:in. 16, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 8, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * I'aper, 5c. 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

^Distriet of ColumVia. District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 
1936, hearings before subcommittee in charge of District of Columbia appro- 
priation bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. il+871 p. * Paper, 
80e. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : D 63/936 

District of Columbia appropriation bill, fiscal year 1936, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3973 ; submitted by Mr. Cannon of Missouri. Jan. 16, 1935. 35 p. 
(H, rp. 7, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Federal Communications Commission. Additional appropriations for Federal 
Communications Commission, National Mediation Board [including National 
Railroad Adjustment Board], and Securities and Exchange Commission, 
fiscal year 1935, report to accompany H. J. Res. 88; sul)initted by Mr. Bu- 
chanan. Jan. 16, 1935. 3 p. ( H. rp. 6, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

V Urgent supplemental appropriations, [fiscal year] 1935, hearing before 

subcommittee in charge of deficiency appropriations, 74th Congress, 1st session. 
Federal Communications Commission, National Mediation Board, National 
Railroad Adjustment Board, Securities and Exchange Commission. 1935. 
ii-f53 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : In 2/2/935, supp. 

Government offices. Independent offices appropriation bill, 1936, I'eport to ac- 
company H. R. 3410 [making appropriations for Executive Office and sundry 
independent executive bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices, fiscal year 
1936] ; submitted bv Mr. Woodrum. Jan. 9, 1935. 23 p. (H. rp. 5, 7-lth 
C; ng. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

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Government offices — Continued. 

Independent offices appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearing before 

subcommittee in charge of independent offices appropriation bill for 1936, 
74th Congress, 1st session 1935. ii+40<J p. 1 tab. * Paper, 30c. 

Y 4.Ap 6/1 : In 2/2/936 

^Post Office Department. Post Office appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hear- 
ing before subcommittee in charge of Post Office appropriation bill for 1936, 
74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. 11+281 p. 1 pi. * Paper. 20c. 

Y 4.Ap 6/1 : P 84/936 

Treasury Department. Treasury and Post Office departments appropriation 
bill, fiscal year 1936, report to accompany H. R. 4442 ; submitted bv Mr. 
Arnold. Jan. 22, 1935. 47 p. (H. rp. 14, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

V Treasury Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearing be- 
fore subcommittee in charge of Treasury Department appropriation bill for 
1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. " ii+676 p. * Paper, 70c. 

Y 4.Ap 6/1 : T 71/936 

Unemployed. Emergency relief appropriation act of 1935, report to accompany 
H. J. Res. 117; submitted by Mr. Buchanan. Jan. 23, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 
15, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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J— Emergency relief appropriation, hearing before subcommittee in charge 
of deficiency appropriations, 74th Congress, 1st session, H. J. Res. 117. 1935. 
ii+48 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Em 3/4 

BANKING AND CrRRENCT COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Extension of functions of Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation, report to accompany S. 1175; submitted bv Mr. Steagall. 
Jan. 28, 1935. 13 p. (H. rp. 34, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [S. 1175"also continues 
the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Export-Import Bank of Washington. 
and the Second Export-Import Bank of "Washington, D. C, as agencies of 
United States.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26057 

>j To extend functions of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, hearings, 74th 

Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4240 (S. 1175), Jan. 21-25, 1935. 1935. iii+101 
p. (Committee print, unrevised.) [H. R. 4240 and S. 1175 also continue the 
Commodity Credit Corporation, the Exiiort-Import Bank of Washington, and 
the Second Export-Import Bank of Washington, D. C, as agencies of United 
States.] * Paper, 10c. Y 4.B 22/1 : R 24/4 

EXPENDITTJRES IN EXECUTI'\'E DEPARTMENTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, Jan. 22, 1935 ; no. 1. 1935. 
6 p. 4° $ Y 4.Ex 7/13 : 74A 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

California Pacific International Exposition, report to accompany H. J. Res. 94 
[providing for participation of United States in California Pacific International 
Exposition to be held at San Diego, Calif., in 1935 and 19.36, authorizing ap- 
propriation therefor, and for other purposes] ; submitted bv Mr. Kee. Jan. 
28, mS5. 2 p. (H. rp. 33, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. J. Res. 94 establishes the 
California Pacific International Exposition Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

Carrigan, 2Irs. Anna S. Anna S. Carrigan. report to accompany H. R. 3373 [for 
relief of Anna S. Carrigan, widow of Clarence Carrigan] ; submitted by Mr. 
McReynoIds. Jan. 23, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 19, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

De Soto, Mrs. Sophie. Sophie de Sota, report to accompany H. R. 330 [for relief 
of Sophie de Sota (de Soto), widow of Hernando de Sota (de Soto)] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Rudd. Jan. 23, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 17, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

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26 January 1935 

International Boundarif Commission, United States and Mexi<;o, report to ac- 
company H. J. Res. 58 [to provide for defraying expenses of American section, 
International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico, in conducting 
investigation to determine feasibility of canalization of Rio Grande] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. McReynolds. Jan. 23, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 20, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Treat, R. A. Wallace. Estate of R. A. Wallace Treat, report to accompany 
H. R. 2569 [for relief of estate of R. A. Wallace Treat] ; submitted by 
Mr. McReynolds. Jan. 23, 1935. 2 p. (H, rp. 18, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Sailors. To repeal citizenship status of certain alien seamen who have not been 
fully naturalized as citizens, report to accompany H. R. 67 [to repeal certain 
laws providing that certain aliens Mho have filed declarations of intention to 
become citizens of United States shall be considered citizens for purposes of 
service and protection on American vessels] ; submitted by Mr. Kerr. Jan. 23, 
1935. 3 p. ( H. rp. 21, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITfEE, HOUSE 

Omaha Indians. Benefiting Omaha and Winnebago Indians of Nebraska, report 
to accompany H. R. 3810; submitted by Mi*. Stubbs. Jan. 24, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 25, 74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Arkansas River. Bridge at Sallisaw, Okla., report to accompany H. R. 3057 
[granting consent of Congress to Oklahoma to construct free highway bridge 
across Arkansas River south of Sallisaw in Sequoyah and Le Fore counties 
at point approximately 15 miles north of Keota, Okla.] ; submitted by Mr. 
Terry. [Jan. 25, 1935.] 2 p. (H. i-p. 29, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dan River. Bridge at Danville, Va., report to accompany H. R. 3983 [to legal- 
ize bridge, known as Union Street Bridge, across Dan River at Danville, Va., 
being reconstructed by Virginia] ; submitted by Mr. Bulwinkle. Jan. 25, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 30, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eleven Points River. Free highway bridge near Alton, Mo., report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2874 [granting consent of Congress to State Highway Commission 
to construct free highway bridge across Eleven Points River in section 17, 
township 23 north, range 2 west, approximately 12 miles east of Alton, on 
route numbered 42, Oregon County, Mo.] ; submitted by Mr. Terry. Jan. 25, 
1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 27, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Interstate Commerce Commission. Re time of making annual report of Inter- 
state Commerce Commission, report to accompany H. R. 4005 [to amend sec. 
21 of interstate commerce act, as amended, with respect to time of making 
annual report of Interstate Commerce Commission] ; submitted by Mr. Ray- 
burn. Jan. 24, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 24, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Terms of office of members of Interstate Commerce Commission, report 

to accompany H. R. 4751 [to amend sec. 24 of interstate commerce act, as 
amended, with respect to terms of office of members of Interstate Commerce 
Commission] ; submitted by Mr. Rayburn. Jan. 30, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 37. 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

^Petroleum. Petroleum investigation, hearings before subcommittee, 73d Con- 
gress (recess), on H. Res. 441, Nov. 12 [-28], 1934. 1934. pts. 3, 4, [vii] + 
1391-2429F-f 2430-2887 p. 2 pi. * Paper, pt. 3, 70c. ; * pt. 4, $1.00. 

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I Same, index covering testimony in connection with congressional petro- 
leum investigation hearings in 1934 on House resolution 441, .Tan. 3. 1935. 
1935. pt. 5, ii-f 2889-2942 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4. In 8/4 : P 44/3/pt. 5 

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Petrolemn — Continued. 

Petroleum investigation, report pursuant to H. Res. 441 (73d Cong.) ; 

submitted by Mr. Cole of Maryland. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 4, 1935. 12 p. 

(H. rp. 2, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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St. Lawrence River. Bridge near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., report to accompany 
H. R. 3018 [to extend times for commencing and completing construction of 
bridge across St. Lawrence River at or near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., by New 
York Development Association, Incoi'porated] ; submitted by Mr. Coming. 
Jan. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 28, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Snake River. Free highway bridge between Clarkston, Wash., and Lewiston, 
Idaho, report to accompany H. R. 2030 [authorizing Washington and Idaho 
to construct free highway bridge across Snake River between Clarkston, 
Wash., and Lewiston, Idaho] ; submitted by Mr. Monaghan. Jan. 25, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 26, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Waccammv River. Bridge across Waccamaw River at Conway, S. C, report 
to accompany H. R. 3891 [to extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across Waccamaw River at Conway, S. C, by South 
Carolina] ; submitted by Mr. Bulwinkle. Jan. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 31, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

JtJDIOIAEY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 16, 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 32 p. 4° t Y 4. J 89/1 : 74/1 

MERCHANT MARINE, RADIO, AND FISHB31IBS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Shellfish pests. Control and eradication of shellfish pests, report to accompany 
H. R. 4018 [to provide for investigation, control, and eradication of marine 
organisms injurious to shellfish in Atlantic and Gulf States] ; submitted by 
Mr. Bland. Jan. 29, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 36, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st edition. 1935. 77 p. 4" $ 

Y 4.M 59/1 : 74/1 

Port Newark Army Stipply Base, report pursuant to H. Res. 275 (73d Cong.) ; 
submitted by Mr. McSwain. 1935. iii+[l]+142 p. (H. rp. 3, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [This is the final report on investigation of transactions between 
War Department and Mercur Corporation relating to Port Newark Supply 
Base, with the Report of examination of records relating to operation of 
Port Newark Army Supply Base, Newark, N. J., by Mercur Coi-poration ; by 
General Accounting Office.] * Paper, 10c. 
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War Department investigation, report pursuant to H. Res. 275 (73d Cong.) 
[authorizing and directing Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into and 
investigate alleged profiteering in military aircraft, irregularities in leasing 
of public property by War Department, and profiteering in purchase of prop- 
erty from public funds, and other matters in which problem of national 
defense is involved] ; submitted by Mr. McSwain. 1935. iii+15 p. (H. rp. 
4, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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MINES AND MINING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Claims. To amend war minerals relief statutes, report to accompany H. R. 
2077 [to amend sec. 5 of act of Mar. 2, 1919, generally known as war minerals 
relief statutes, relative to interest on claims which have been awarded] ; 
submitted by Mr. Smith of West Virginia. Jan. 21, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 12, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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28 January 1935 

FEINTING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendar of business, calendar of bills, resolutions, petitions, manuscripts, 
communications, etc., referred to Committee on Printing for consideration 
and action thereon, June 18, 1934; no. 2 [final print], 73d Congress, 2d session. 
1&34. 9 p. 4° [Tbe title page reads incorrectly " 2d session " and " no. 2 ", 
but manuscript corrections have been made striking out "" 2d session " and 
substituting " final print " for " no. 2."] $ Y 4.P 93/2 : 73/Final 

REAL ESTATE BONDHOLDERS' REORGANIZATIONS. SELECT C0MMITT?:B TO INVESTIGATE, 

HOUSE 

Real estate. Investigation of real-estate bondholders' reorganizations, prelim- 
inary report pursuant to H. Res. 412, 73d Congress ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
Jan. 29, 1935. 20 p. (H. rp. 35, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
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RIVERS AND HARBORS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Columbia River, between mouth of Willamette River and point 1 mile above 
Vancouver, Wash., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on 
review of reports heretofore submitted on Columbia River, between mouth of 
Willamette River and point 1 mile above Vancouver, Wash. [June 26, 1934, 
with report of C. F. Williams, etc.]. [1934.] 18 p. (Document 1, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) t Y4.R52:74/1 

Grays Harbor, Wash., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on 
review of reports heretofore submitted on Grays Harbor, Wash. [June 26, 
1934, with report of C. L. Sturdevant, etc.]. [1934.] 3G p. (Document 2, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R52:74/2 

Grays Reef Passage, Mich., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors 
on review of reports heretofore submitted on Grays Reef Passage, Mich. 
[Aug. 6, 1934, with report of H. M. Trippe, etc.]. [1934.] 15 p. map. (Docu- 
ment 5, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/5 

Mamaroneck Harbor, N. Y., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors 
on review of reports heretofore submitted on Mamaroneck Harbor, N. Y. [July 
17, 1934, with report of G. R. Lukesh, etc.]. [1934.] 24 p. map. (Document 
4, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/4 

Oswego Harbor, N. Y., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on 
review of reports heretofore submitted on Oswego Harbor, N. Y. [Aug. 6, 1934, 
with report of M. C. Tyler]. [1934.] 19 p. map. (Document 7, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) t Y4.R52:74/7 

Resurrection Bay. Harbor of refuge, Seward. Alaska, report of Board of Engi- 
neers for Rivers and Harbors on review of reports heretofore submitted on 
harbor of refuge [in Resurrection Bay] at Seward, Alaska [June 26, 1934, with 
report of C. L. Sturdevant, etc.]. [1934.] 17 p. map. (Document 3, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/3 

Shipyard River, 8. C, report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on 
review of reports heretofore submitted on Shipyard River, S. C. [Apr. 23, 
1934, with report of W. G. Caples, etc.]. [1934.] 19 p. map. (Document 43, 
73d Cong. 2d sess. ) t Y 4.R 52 : 73/43 

Stamford Harbor, Conn., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors 
on review of reports heretofore submitted on Stamford Harbor, Co^n. [Oct. 8, 
1934, with report of John J. Kingman, etc.]. [1934.] 23 p. map. (Document 
8, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/8 

Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal, Wis., report of Board of Engi- 
neers for Rivers and Harbors on review of reports heretofore submitted on 
Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal, Wis. [Oct. 8, 1934, with report 
of H. M. Trippe, etc.]. [1934.] 27 p. map. (Document 9, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) t Y4.R52:74/9 

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YorTc Bi'mr. Channel connecting York River, Va., with Back Creek to Slaight's 
wharf, report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on review of 
reports heretofore submitted on channel connecting York River, Va., with 
Bacfe Creek to Slaight's wharf [Aug. 28, 1934, with report of J. D. Arthur, jr., 
etc.]. [1934.] 15 p. (Document 6, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R52:74/6 

RULES COMMITTTEB, HOUSE 

Unemployed. Consideration of House joint resolution 117, report to accompany 
H. Res. 65 [relative to consideration of H. J. Res. 117, making appropriations 
for relief purposes] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Jan. 22, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 
13, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

UN-AMEIRICAN ACTIVITIES, SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON, HOUSE 

Propaganda. Investigation of Nazi propaganda activities and investigation of 
certain other propaganda activities, public hearings, 73d Congress, 2d session, 
at New York City, N. Y., Nov. 30, Dec. 5, 1934. 1934. iv+43 p. (Hearings 
no. 73-N. Y.-18.) [Other hearings have been held in executive session and 
have not been published for distribution.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.Un 1 : N 23/6 

J Same, at Washington, D. C, Dec. 17 and 18, 1934. 1985. v+293 p. 1 pi. 

(Hearings no. 73-D. C.-5.) [Includes testimony received by subcommittee 
during executive hearings held at New York City and Los Angeles.] * Paper. 
20c. Y 4.Un 1 : N 23/7 

J Same, at Washington, D. C, Dec. 29, 1934. 1935. 2 pts., [x]+l-288b + 

289-727 p. (Hearings no. 73-D. C.-6 [pts. 1 and 2].) [Part 1 includes testi- 
mony received by subcommittee during executive hearings held at New York. 
City ; pt. 2 consists of testimony received by subcommittee during executive 
hearings held at New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago.] * Paper, pt. 1, 
20c. ; * pt. 2, 30c. Y 4.Un 1 : N 23/8/pt. 1, 2 

• • Investigation of Nazi propaganda activities and investigation of certain 

other propaganda activities, public statement, 73d Congress, 2d session, re- 
leased to press representatives by John W. McCormack and Samuel Dicksteln 
who were sitting as subcommittee, released in New York City, N. Y., Nov. 
24, 1934. 1934. ii+12 p. * Paper, 5c. 
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WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Calendar, assignments for hearings on economic security act, Jan. 
21 and 23, 1935 ; no. 1 and 2. 1935. 7 p. and 5 p. 4° t 

Y 4.W 36 : 74/1, 2/Econ. sec. 

— — Calendar of bills and resolutions referred to Committee on Ways and 
Means, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 18, 1935; no. 1. 1935. 16 p. 4° t 

Y 4.W 36 : 74/1 

Government securities. Amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, etc., report to 
accompany H. R. 4304 [to amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, and for 
other purposes, so as to permit more Hexible and economical Government 
financing, etc.] ; submitted by Mr. Dough ton. Jan. 23, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 
22, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26082 

Taxation, Exemption from. Requesting information regarding ownership of 
tax-exempt securities, adverse report to accompany H. Res. 56; submittetl by 
Mr. Cooper of Tennessee. Jan. 24, 1935, 1 p. (H. rp. 23, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

WILD LIFE KESOUKCES, SPECLAL COMMITTEE ON CONSERVATION OF, HOUSE 

Wildlife conservation, report pursuant to H. Res. 237 (73d Cong.), to create 
select committee on wildlife to investigate all matters pertaining to replace- 
ment and conservation of wild animal life with view to determining most 
appropriate method of carrying out such purposes ; [submitted by Mr. Robert- 
son]. 1935. ii+36 p. (H. rp. 1, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26047 

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WORLD WAR VETERANS' LEGISLATION (X)MMITTE3E, HOUSE 

Chuardian and ward. Investigation into guardianship affairs of incompetent 
veterans, hearings before subcommittee on hospitalization and guardianship 
of incompetent veterans, 73d Congress, 2d session, by authority of H. Res. 409, 
Dec. 13, 1934. 1934. pt. 3, ii +259-285 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.W 89 : G 93/pt.3 

Veterans' affairs, report to accompany H. R. 3979 [to safeguard estates 

of veterans derived from payments of pension, compensation, emergency 
officers' retirement pay and insurance] ; submitted by Mr. Rankin. Jan. 23, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 16, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35^26056 

Life insurance. To clarify definition of disagreement in sec. 19, World War 
veterans' act, 1924 [as amended, relating to insurance claims], report to 
accompany H. J. Res. 112; submitted by Mr. Rankin. Jan. 21, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 11, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26083 

INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION JOINT COMMITTEE 

Income tax in Canada, and other Dominion and provincial taxes; prepared for 
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation by Andr6 Bernard, Legisla- 
tive Reference Service, Library of Congress. 1^4. xvii+126 p. 1 pi. 

L. C. card 34-26004 Y 4.1n 8/11 : C16 

SENATE 

Appropriations. Supplemental estimates of appropriations, Senate [fiscal year 
1935]. Jan. 11, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 79, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendar of business. Senate, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 10-31, 1935 ; no. 
2-16. 1935. various paging, large 8° [Daily when Senate is in session. 
The legislative day of Jan. 30 extended through the calendar day Jan. 31. 
No. 1 not available.] t Y 1.3: 74/2-16 

Fruit. Dietetic importance of Florida fruits, article from Herald, Miami, Fla., 
July 1, 1934, on dietetic importance of Florida fruits, by John Harvey Kellogg, 
which was read before 47th annual meeting of Florida Horticultural Society 
at Orlando; presented by Mr. Fletcher. 1935. iii+17 p. (S. doc. 7, 74th 
Cong. lf!t sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26051 

■ Government. Administrative agencies in government, article on administrative 
agencies in government, by Nathan Boone Williams ; presented by Mr. 
Fletcher. 1935. [l]+9 p. (S. doc. 12. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26053 

AGEICULTUKE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 12 and 22, 
1935 ; no. 1 and 2. 1935. 19 p. and 24 p. 4° $ Y 4.Ag 8/2 : 74/1, 2 

Loans to farmers, report to accompany S. 859 [to provide for loans to farmers 
for crop production and harvesting during 1935] ; submitted by Mr. Smith. 
Jan. 17, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 13, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MaJhevr National Forest. To add lands to IMalheur National Forest in Oregon, 
report to accompany S. 464 ; submitted by Mr. McNary. Jan. 21, calendar 
day Jan. 29, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 29, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Willamette National Forest. To authorize extension of exchange authority 
and addition of public lands to Willamette National Forest in Oregon, report 
to accompany S. 462 ; submitted by Mr. McNary. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 
29,1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 30, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



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APPEOPBIATIONS CWMMITTEB, SENATE 

Federal Communications Commission. Appropriations for Federal Communi- 
cations Commission, National Mediation Board, and Securities and Exchange 
Commission, report to accompany H. J. Res. 88 [making additional appro- 
priations for Federal Communications Commission, National Mediation Board 
including National Railroad Adjustment Board, and Securities and Exchange 
Commission, fiscal year 1935, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. 
Adams. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 25, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 25, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) [H. J. Res. 88 as here reported includes appropriations for Senate 
and for District of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

Oovernment offices. Independent offices appropriation bill, 1936, report to ac- 
company H. R. 3410 [making appropriations for Executive Office and sundry 
independent executive bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices, fiscal year 
1936] ; submitted by Mr. Glass. Jan. 16, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 12, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

. Independent offices appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearings before 

subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 3410. 1935. ii+12 p. 
♦Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : In 2/936 

Oovernment officials and employees. Urgent supplemental appropriations, [fis- 
cal year] 1935, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. J. Res. 88, making 
additional appropriations for Federal Communications Commission, National 
Mediation Board, and Securities and Exchange Commission, fiscal year 1935. 
1935. ii+48 p. [These hearings relate to a proposed amendment to H. J. 
Res. 88 for full restoration of Government salaries as of Jan. 1, 1935.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : In 2/935, supp. 

BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Agricultural credit. Farm credit act of 1935, report to accompany S. 1384 [to 
amend emergency farm mortgage act of 1933, to amend Federal farm loan act, 
to amend agricultural marketing act, and to amend farm credit act of 1933] ; 
submitted by Mr. Fletcher. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 29, 1935. 7 p. ( S. rp. 
31, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26084 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Extension of functions of Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation, report to accompany S. 1175 ; submitted by Mr. Fletcher. 
Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 23, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 21, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) 
[S. 1175 also continues the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Export-Import 
Bank of Washington, and the Second Export-Import Bank of Washington, 
D. C, as agencies of United States.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26085 

J To extend functions of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, hearing, 74th 

Congress, 1st session, on S. 1175, Jan. 23, 1935. 1935. iii+31 p. [S. 1175 
also continues the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Export-Import Bank of 
Washington, and the Second Export-Import Bank of Washington, D. C, as 
agencies of United States.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.B 22/3 : R 24/3 

Speculation. Stock exchange practices, hearings, 73d Congress. 2d session, on 
S. Res. 84 (72d Congress), to investigate practices of stock exchanges with re- 
spect to buying and selling and borrowing and lending of listed securities, and 
S. Res. 56 and S. Res. 97 (73d Congress), resolutions to investigate matter of 
banking operations and practices, transactions relating to any sale, exchange, 
purchase, acquisition, borrowing, lending, financing, issuing, distributing, or 
other disposition of, or dealing in, securities or credit by any person or firm, 
partnership, company, association, corporation, or other entity, with view to 
recommending necessary legislation, under taxing power or other Federal 
powers. May 3 and 4, 1934. 1934. pt. 19, iv+S269-8738 p. 18 pi. 184 p. of pi. 
[Part 19 consists of exhibits in connection with the Cleveland banking investi- 
gation.] * Paper, $1.00. Y 4.B 22/3 : St 6/5/pt. 19 



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COMMEiR€E COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 17, 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 20 p. 4° * Y 4.C 73/2 : 74/1 

Coasting trade. Amend sec. 27 of merchant marine act, 1920 [relating to coast- 
wise trade], report to accompany S. 619; submitted by Mr. Oopeland. Jan. 21, 
calendar day Jan. 24, 1985. 3 p. (S. rp. 24, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Buildings. Condemnation of dangerous buildings, report to accompany S. 403 
[to amend act to authorize commissioners of District of Columbia to remove 
dangerous and unsafe buildings and parts thereof] ; submitted by Mr. King. 
Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 27, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

■ To amend laws of District of Columbia relating to condemnation of insani- 
tary buildings, report to accompany S. 40G [to amend act to create board for 
condemnation of insanitary Imildings in District of Columbia] ; submitted by 
Mr. Austin. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 28, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 28, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Pai>er, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 16. 1935 ; no 1. 
1935. 8 p. 4° t Y 4. D 63/2 : 74/1 

Commission on Licensure to Practice the Healing Art in District of Columbia. 
To amend act to regulate practice of healing art in District of Columbia, 
report to accompany S. 401 [to amend act to regulate practice of healing art 
to protect public health in District of Columbia, by substituting corporation 
counsel of District of Columbia for United States attorney for District of 
Columbia as member of Commission on Licensure to Practice the Healing 
Art in District of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. Copeland. Jan. 3, calendar 
day Jan. 7, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 7, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War. Exempt from taxation property of 
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War in District of Columbia, report 
to accompany S. 304; submitted by Mr. Capper. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 
7, 1935. 1 p. ( S. rp. 1, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Dioellings. Unlawful entry on private property, report to accompany S. 402 
[to amend sec. 824 of code of laws for District of Columbia, relative to 
entering or remaining in any unoccupied dvpelling against will of owner] ; 
submitted by Mr. King. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 2 p. (S, i-p. 8, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Gamhling. To amend gambling laws of District of Columbia, report to accom- 
pany S. 398 [to amend act to establish code of law for District of Columbia, 
and acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto] ; submitted by Mr. 
King. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 4, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Interest and usurp, .\mend sec. 1180 of code of law for District of Columbia 
with respect to usury, report to accompany S. 396 ; submitted by Mr. Reynolds. 
Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 2, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Land. Acquisition of land in District of Columbia for public projects, report to 
accompany S. 404 [to provide for acquisition of land in District of Columbia 
in excess of that required for public projects and improvements] ; submitted 
by Mr. Austin. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935, 3 p. (S. rp. 9, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Motor vehicles. Financial responsibility of motor-vehicle operators in District 
of Columbia, report to accompany S. 408 [to promote safety on public high- 
ways of District of Columbia by providing for financial responsibility of 
owners and operators of motor vehicles for damages caused by motor vehicles 
on public highways in District of Columbia, to prescribe penalties for violation 
of provisions of this act, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. McCarran. 
Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 10, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly H. R. 408 instead of S. 408.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Police Department. Relating to sale conducted by property clerk of District 
of Columbia, report to accompany S. 399 [to amend sec. 416 and 417, Revised 
statutes, relating to District of Columbia, relative to disposal of proi)erty in 
custody of property clerk of Police Department] ; submitted by Mr. King. 
Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 5, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Real estate. Recording and i-elease of deeds of trust and mortgages in District 
of Columbia, report to accompany S. 397 ; submitted by Mr. King. Jan. 3, 
calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 3, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Sclwols. To i)ermit stepchildren to be admitted to public schools of District of 
Columbia, report to accompany S. 400 [to permit step-children of certain offi- 
cers and employees of United States to be admitted to public schools of Dis- 
trict of Columbia without payment of tuition] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. 
Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 6, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 9^22, 19S5; 
no. 1-4. 1935. various paging, 4" % Y 4.F 49 : 74/1-4 

Government securities. Amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, etc., report to 
accompany H. R. 4304 [to amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, and for 
other purposes, so as to permit more flexible and economical Government 
financing, etc.] ; submitted by Mr. Harrison. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 29, 
1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 32, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26086 

Life insurance. To clarify definition of disagreement in sec. 19, "World War vet- 
erans' act, 1924 [as amended, relating to insurance claims], report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 112; submitted by Mr. Harrison. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 
23,1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 22, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26087 

.Social security. Economic security act, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 
S. 1130, to alleviate hazards of old age, unemployment, illness, and depend- 
ency, to establish a social insurance board in Department of Labor, to raise 
revenue, and for other purposes, Jan. 22 [-25], 1935. 1935. pts. 1, 2, [v]-j- 
1-140 p. 2 tab. * Paper, pt. 1, 5c. ; * pt. 2, 10c. Y 4.F 49 : Ec 7/7/pt. 1, 2 

FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 11 and 21, 1935; 
no. 1 and 2. 1935. Each 12 p. 4° $ Y 4.F 76/2 : 74/1, 2 

Foreign service. Relief of foreign service officers of United States, report to 
accompany S. 267 [for relief of certain officers and employees of foreign service 
of United States who, while in course of their respective duties, suffered losses 
of personal property by reason of catastrophes of nature, namely earthquake 
which occurred at Managua, Nicaragua, on Mar. 31, 1931] ; submitted by Mr. 
Bulkley. Jan. 17, calendar day Jan. 18, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 15, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Fox, Mrs. Louise. Louise Fox, report to accompany S. 736 [for relief of Louise 
Fox, widow of William C. Fox] ; submitted by Mr. Wagner. Jan. 21, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 19, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pan American Institute of Geography and History. American Institute of Geog- 
raphy and History at Mexico City, report to accompany S. 411 [to authorize 
annual appropriation to pay pro rata share of United States of expenses of 
Pan American Institute of Geography and History at Mexico City] ; submitted 
by Mr. Pittman. Jan. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 17, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Special Mexican Claims Commission, report to accompany S. 1068 [to establish 
commission for settlement of special claims comprehended within terms of 
convention between United States of America and United Mexican States con- 
cluded Apr. 24, 1934, to be known as Special Mexican Claims Commission] ; 
submitted by Mr. Pittman. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 25, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 
26, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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34 January 1935 

Wales Island Packing Co., report to accompany S. 753 [to carry out findings of 
Court of Claims in case of Wales Island Packing Company] ; submitted by 
Mr. Pittman. Jan. 21, 1935. 22 p. ( S. rp. 18, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

INTEKSTATE COMMEI?OE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 23, 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 7 p. 4" t Y 4.1n 8/3 : 74/1 

IRRIGATION AND KECI-\MATION COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Reclamation of land. Survey of land and water policies, report to accompany 
S. Res. 58 [authorizing survey of all land and water policies and projects of 
the various executive agencies and establishments of Government, by special 
committee] ; submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 23, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 23, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 21, 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 24 p. 4" $ Y 4. J 89/2 : 74/1 

MINES AND MINING COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Petroleum. Regulation of shipment in interstate and foreign commerce of 
petroleum, report to accompany S. 1190 [to regulate interstate and fox'eign 
commerce in petroleum and its products by prohibiting shipment in such 
commerce of petroleiun and its products produced in violation of State law] ; 
submitted by Mr. Pope. Jan. 17, calendar day Jan. 18, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
14, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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Public lands. To amend mining act of May 10, 1872, as amended, report to 
accompany S. 575 [to amend mining act of May 10. 1872, as amended, so as 
to provide for location and patenting of lands of United States and Alaska 
for mill sites and for landing fields and for airports] ; submitted by Mr. 
Logan. Jan. 21. 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 16, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 22, 1935; no. 1. 
1935. 8 p. large 8" $ Y 4. N 22/2 : 74/1 

National defense. To prohibit making of photographs, sketches, or maps of 
vital military and naval defensive installations and equipment, report to 
accompany S. 92 ; submitted by Mr. Trammell. Jan. 21, calendar day Jan. 22, 
1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 20, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

POST OFFICES AND POST ROADS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Air mail. Extension of air-mail contracts for 6 months, report to accompany 
S. 932; submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. Jan. 30, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 33, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Commercial products. To prohibit sending unsolicited merchandise through 
mails, report to accompany S. 1226; submitted by Mr. Hayden. Jan. 30, 
1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 34, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PRINTING COMMITTEE, SENATEl 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, calendar of bills, resolutions, petitions, manu- 
scripts, communications, etc., referred to Committee on Printing for consid- 
eration and action thereon, June 18, 1934; no. 2 [final print], 73d Congress, 
2d session. 1934. 10 p. 4° [The title page reads incorrectly " 2d session " 
and " no. 2 ", but manuscript corrections have been made sti-iking out " 2d 
session " and substituting " final print " for " no. 2."] t Y 4.P 93/3 : 73/Final 

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SENATORIAL CAMPAIGIS" ElXPENDITTrRBS, SETJ5CT COMMITTEE ON INVEISTTGATION OF, 

SENATE 

Campaign funds. Senatorial campaign expenditures, 1934, report pursuant to 
S. Res. 173 [73d Congress] ; submitted by Mr. Byrnes. Jan. 10, 1935. 1 p. 
( S. rp. 11, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 



COURT OF CLAIMS 

American Propeller and Manufacitwrng Company v. United States; report of 
commissioner. [1934.] no. B-28, p. 53-71. $ Ju 3.8 : Am 35/54 

Brewerton Coal Corporation v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1934.] 
no. 41945, p. 15-18. t Ju 3.8 : B 758/7 

Brunner. Charles F. Brunner v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1934.] 
no. 41834, p. 7-9. t Ju 3.8 : B 836 

Bunker Hill Country Cluh v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion of court], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. 42005, 7 p. % 

' Ju 3.9/a : B 8S4/2 

Cases. January calendar, 1935. 1935. 11 p. [Part of the pages are blank.] t 
L. C. card 29^16270 Ju 3.5 : 935/1 

February calendar, 1935. 1935. 15 p. [Part of the pages are blank.] % 

Ju 3.5 : 935/2 

Castle. Charles J. Castle v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1935.] 
no. 42041, p. 97-101. t Ju 3.8 : C 279/4 

Greene. Charles L. Greene v. United States ; special findings of fact, conclusion 
of law [and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. 42340, 2 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : G 83 

Hovey, C. F., Company. C. F. Hovey Company v. United States ; report of 
commissioner. [1934.] no. J-673, p. 9-14. % Ju3.8:H824 

Euber. Joseph Huber v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1934.] no. 
M-103, p. 5-7. t Ju 3.8 : H 862 

Jacobus. Abraham Jacobus v. United States; special findings of fact [conclu- 
sion of law, and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. M^12, 
5 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : J 156 

Eugene Jacobus v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of 

law, and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] [no.] M-411, 4 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : J 156/2 

William H. Jacobus v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion 

of law, and opinion of court], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. M-413, 7 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : J 156/3 

Johnson. Louverna Frances Johnson and Marshall B. Johnson v. United States ; 
special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 
1934. [1934.] no. 41981, 7 p. t Ju 3.9/a : J 634/2 

Jones. James Calvin Jones v. United States, on plea in bar; [opinion of court] 
decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] 3 p. t Ju 3.9/a: J 718 

Judgments. [Judgments rendered, year ended Dec. 1, 1934.] [1934.] 15 p. t 
L. C. card 9-6546 Ju 3.6 : 934 

Same, with title. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims, letter trans- 
mitting statement of all judgments rendered by Court of Claims for year 
ended Dec. 1, 1934. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 4, 1935. 35 p. (S. doc. 5, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kansa Indians. Kansas or Kaw tribe of Indians v. United States ; special find- 
ings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Dec. 3, 1934. 
[1934.] no. F-64, 42 p. t Ju 3.9/a : K 133 

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King, W. 8., d Co., Incorporated. W. S. King & Company, Inc., v. United States ; 
special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion of court], decided 
Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. M-91, 12 p. J Ju 3.9/a : K 589/2 

Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co. v. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[1934.] no. 42107, p. 9-12. $ Ju 3.8 :L 626/3 

Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. United States ; report of 
commissioner. [1934.] no. 42411, p. &-12. $ Ju 3.8 :M 382/6 

O'DonneU. Louis A.. O'Donnell v. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[1934.] no. M-82, p. 11-16. % Ju 3.8 : Od 5/3 

Padfico. Francesco Pacifico v. United States, on demurrer ; [opinion of court] 
decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. 42660, 2 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : P 119/2 

Reid. John Reid, jr., v. Unitetl States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion of court], decided Dec. 3, 1934.^ [1934.] no. M-180, 6 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : R 272 

Taaz. William H. Toaz v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. 42537, 2 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a: T55 

Wells. Earl Wells v. United States; special findings of fact, conclusion of law 
[and memorandum], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. 42076, 2 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : W 462/3 

Whitehall Lunch Club v. United States, special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion of court], decided Dec. 3, 1934. [1934.] no. M-394, 6 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : W 587 

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Aneroid barometers. Customs appeal no. 3862, United States v. American 
Paulin System, Inc., transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. 
[1935.] cover title, i+18 p. % Ju 7.6 : Am 35/19 

Statuettes. Customs appeal no. 3858, United States v. Okuda & Co., H. R. 
Okuda, transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1934.] cover 
title, i+15 p. t Ju7.6:01i7 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Public Utilities Commission. 21st annual report of Public Utilities Commission 
of District of Columbia, [calendar year] 1933. 1934. v+66 p. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 14-30633 DC 43.1: 933 

Same. (H. doc. 134, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) 

Reports. Report of government of District of Columbia, year ended June 30, 
1934. 1935. iii+181 p. [Includes report of commissioners and miscellaneous 
reports.] * Paper, 15c. DC 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 69, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

United States Court of Appeals. No. 6297, Apr. term, 1934, Marie C. Carusi v. 
Melvin C. Hazen, George E. Allen, and Daniel I Sultan, constituting board of 
commissioners of District of Columbia ; brief for appellees. [1934.] cover 
title, ii+31 p. t DC 9.5 : C 251 

Nos. 6314 and 6315, Washington Railway and Electric Company v. Dis- 
trict of Columbia, a municipal corporation, and Mason M. Patrick, Riley E. 
Elgen, and John C. Gotwals, constituting Public Utilities Commission of Dis- 
trict of Columbia ; Capital Traction Company v. [same] ; brief on behalf of 
appellees. [1935.] cover title, ii+ 35 p. t DC 9.5 :W 279/3 

Transcript of record, Oct. term. 1934, no. 6385, Eugene O. Sykes [et al.], 

as Federal Communications Commission, vs. Jenny Wren Company, appeal 
from Supreme Court of District of Columbia. [1935.] cover title, i+13 p. t 

DC 9.5 : W 926 

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January 1935 37 

ECONOMIC SECDTIITY COMMITTEE 

Note. — The Economic Security Committee was establislied under the provisions of 
Executive order 6757 ■ of June 29, 193-1, to study problems relating to the economic 
security of individuals, and to report to the President its recommendations concerning 
proposals which in its judgment will promote greater economic security. 

Report. Report to the President of Committee on Economic Security. 1935. 
vii+53 p. * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26030 Y3.Ee74:2R29 

Same, Supplement. 1935. [1] +18 p. 2 tab. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.Ec 74 : 2 R 29/supp. 

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Report. 18th annual report of United States Employees' Compensation Com- 
mission, July 1, 1933-June 30, 1934 ; commissioners, Jewell W. Swofford, 
chairman, Harrv Bassett, John M. Morin. 1935. iii+47 p. t 
L. C. card 18-26057 EC 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 25, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 



FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

Agricultural credit. Advantages of cooperative credit, by W. I. Myers, gov- 
ernor, Farm Credit Administration, address at annual agricultural confer- 
ence, Purdue University, Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 20 p. narrow 8° t 

FCA 1.9 : M 99/14 

Cooperative credit for farmers, by Albert S. Goss, land bank commis- 
sioner. Farm Credit Administration, address before National Grange, Nov. 
1934. [1935.] 16 p. narrow 8" t FCA 1.9 :G 69/7 

Agricultural financing through Farm Credit Administration. Jan. 1935. 32 
p. il. narrow 8° (Circular 5.) t FCA 1.4: 5/3 

Crops. Loans for crop production [through production credit associations]. 
Jan. 1935. [6] p. il. narrow 16° (Circular F.) t FCA 1.4/2 :F 

Federal credit unions, cooperative thrift & loan associations. Jan. 1935. 8 p. 
narrow 8'' (Circular 10.) t FCA 1.4: 10/2 

Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation^ 3 percent bonds of 1942-^7, dated Jan. 
15, 1935, due Jan. 15, 1947, redeemable at option of corporation on any 
interest-payment date on and after Jan. 15, 1942, at par and accrued interest, 
interest payable Jan. 15 and July 15. 1935. 1 p. 4° t FCA 1.2 : B 64/4 



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Note. — The Federal Communications Commission was established under the provisions 
of S. 3285, 73d Congress (Public 416, approved June 19, 1934), an act for regulation of 
interstate and foreign communication by wire or radio. The act also abolished the 
Federal Radio Commission, transferring its functions to the newly created Federal 
Communications Commission. 

Lee, Don, Broadcasting System. No. 6158, in Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Don Lee Broadcasting System v. Federal Communications Com- 
mission, and Magnolia Park Ltd., Pickwick Broadcasting Corporation, [and] 
Evening Herald Publishing Company, interveners ; brief on behalf of Fed- 
eral Communications Commission, [1934.] cover title, ii+28 p. + 

CC 1. 9 : L 511 

Magnolia Petroleum Company. No. 6260, in Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Magnolia Petroleum Company and Sabine Broadcasting Company, 
Inc., V. Federal Communications Commission ; brief on behalf of Federal 
Communications Commission. [1934.] cover title, i +21 p. $ CCl. 9:M275 

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38 January 1935 

FEDERAL COORDINATOR OF TRANSPORTATION 

Passenger traffic report; prepared by Section of Transportation Service. [1935.] 
cover title, [l]+272 p. 11. 4° [Reproduced by various duplicating processes, 
except the cover, which is printed.] t 
L. C. card A 35-290 Y 3. F 31/6 : 2 P 26/3 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC 

WORKS 

Electric utilities. Municipally owned electric utilities in United States, 1934. 
1934. iii+64 p. map. * Cloth, $1.00. 
L. C. card 35-26018 Y 3. F 31/4 : 2 El 2 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION 

Purpose and activities of Federal Emergency Relief Administration. 1935. 
ii+6 p. t 
L. C. card 35-26012 Y 3. F31/5 : 2 P97 

Report. Monthly report of Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Sept. 
1-30, 1934 ; Harry L. Hopkins, Federal emergency relief administrator. 1935. 
ii+41 p. il. t 
L. C. card 33-26505 Y 3. F 31/5 : 8/934-9 

■ Same, Oct. 1-31, 1934; Harry L. Hopkins, Federal emergency relief ad- 
ministrator. 1935. iii+28p. t Y 3. F 31/5 : 8/934-10 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

Federal home loan hank revieic, v. 1, no. 4; Jan. 1935. [1935.1 cover title, 
[21+103-141 p. il. 4° [Mai> on p. 3 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 
$1.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card 34-28163 , Y 3. F 31/3 : 9/1^ 

Note. — The Federal home loan bank review is the board's medium of communica- 
tion with memb(>r institutions of Federal home loan banlc system and is tlie only 
offlcinl orsan or i)erio<lical publication of the board. Tlie Review will be sent to all 
member institutions without charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from 
the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION 

Reconditioning. Master specifications of Reconditioning Division, Home Own- 
ers' Loan Corporation, Washington, D. C. [1935.1 [11+32 p. 4° t 

Y 3. F 31/3 : 8 Sp 3 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Better Jiousing. v. 1. no. 12-14; Jan. 3-23, 1935. [1935.] Each 8 p. il. (FHA 
143, 146, and 153.) [Weekly.] t 
L. C. card 35-26089 Y 3. F 31/11 : 9/1-12 to 1-14 

Better Housing Program. Let " Inspiration House " show you the way to 
brighten your own home ; issued by Modernize Sacramento Campaign Com- 
mittee for purix>se of encouraging fullest u.se of provisions of national hous- 
ing act. [Allied Printing Trades Council, Sacramento, 1934.] cover title, 
16 p. il. [Test and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] f Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 In 7/2 

Local chairmen of Better Housing Program committees, appointed and 

reported to Jan. 7, 1935. [1935.] 122 p. (FHA 114 (d).) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 11/5 

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January 1935 39 

Parens. Open this door to farm property improvement [how every farmer can 
improve farm property and farm values through Better Housing Program], 
n. p. [1935]. 32 p. il. (FHA 136, 1st edition.) [Includes list of Govern- 
ment pamphlets containing information for property owners.] t 
L. C. card 35-26090 Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 F 22 

Modernization credits. Bank in Pacific Coast town of 10,000 [Bremerton, 
Wash.] has made 111 modernization loans. [1935.] 4 p. 4° (Form FHB 
37. ) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 L 78/6 

How a New Hampshire bank [Nashua Trust Company, Nashua, N. H.] 

has made 45 modernization loans. [1935.] 4 p. 4° (Form FHE 38.) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 L 78/7 

How a Wisconsin bank [Anchor State Bank, West Milwaukee, Wis.] has 

made 228 modernization loans. [1935.] 4 p. 4° (Form FHE 40.) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 L 78/8 

How one Illinois bank [Prairie State Bank, Oak Park. 111.] has made 

124 modernization loans. [1935.] 4 p. 4° (Form FHE 45.) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 L 78/4 

— — Modernization credit plan, information for national banks. State banks, 
trust companies, industrial banks, and finance companies, relating to credit 
insurance for alteration, repair, and improvement of real property, as pro- 
vided for In title 1 of national housing act. Aug. 10, 1934, revised Nov. 15, 
1934, reissued [with slight changes] Dec. 10, 1934. 39 p. il. 4° (Bulle- 
tin 1.) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 12/l/rev.-2 

Modernization credit plan, information for savings, building and loan 

associations, savings banks, insurance companies, mortgage companies, coop- 
erative banking organizations, and similar institutions, relating to credit in- 
surance for alteration, repair, and improvement of real property, as provided 
for in title 1 of national housing act. Aug. 28, 1934, revised Dec. 10, 1934. 
[1934.] 39 p. il. 4° (Bulletin 2.) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 12/2/rev. 

This Texas bank [Mercantile National Bank, Dallas, Tex.] reports 253 

modernization loans. [1935.] 4 p. 4" (Form FHE 44.) t 

Y3.F31/ll:2L7S/9 

Mortgage insurance. Mutual mortgage insurance, regulations under title 2 of 
national housing act (except operations under sec. 207, low-cost housing in- 
surance). Nov. 27, 1934 [reprint with changes Dec. 7] 1934. 224- [1] p. 
(Circular 1; [FHA 2010, reprinted 12-7-34].) f Y 3.F 31/11 : 4/1/rev. 

Operative builders, information concerning insurance of mortgages on 

projects of operative builders under title 2 of national housing act (except 
oi>erations under sec. 207). Dec. 15, 1934. 7 p. (Circular 4; [FHA form 
2041].) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 4/4 

Subdivision development, standards for insurance of mortgages on prop- 
erties located in undeveloped subdivisions, title 2 of national housing act. 
Jan. 10, 1935. 12 p. (Circular 5; FHA form 2037.) f Y 3.F 31/11 : 4/5 

Radio programs. Tune in ! radio broadcast schedule [for programs of Federal 
Housing Administration], n.p. [1935]. [2] p. il. narrow 12° (FHA 1.38.) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 R 11 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION" 

Report. 14th annual report of Federal Power Commission, fiscal yenr 1934, with 
additional activities to Dec. 1, 1934. 1935. vii+272 p. 1 pi. map. * Paper, 
25c. 
L. C. card 21-27492 FP 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 26, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION 

See Federal Communications Commission, p. 37. 
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40 January 1935 

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 

Federal reserve bulletin. Federal reserve bulletin, Dec. 1934; [v. 20, no. 12]. 
1934. V +771-865 p. il. map, 4° [Monthly. Includes Index to v. 20.] t Paper, 
20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.60. 

L. C. card 15-26318 FR 1.3/1 : 20/12 

Note. — The bulletin contains, in addition to the regular official announcements, the 
national review of business conditions, detailed analyses of business conditions, research 
studies, reviews of foreign banking, and complete statistics showing the condition of 
Federal reserve banks and member banks. It will be sent to all member banks without 
charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Federal Reserve Board, 
Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Same, Jan. 1935; [v. 21, no. 1]. 1985. iv+1-68 p. il. map, 4° [Monthly.] 

FR 1.3/1 : 21/1 

Federal reserve member banks. Federal reserve inter-district collection system, 
banks upon which items will be received by Federal reserve banks for collec- 
tion and credit, Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. iii+64 p. il. 4" t 
L. C. card 16-26870 FR 1.9 : 935/1 

Member bank call report 63, condition of member banks [of Federal re- 
serve system], Oct. 17, 1934. 1935. ii-f 22 p. il. 4° t FRl.ll : 63 

Housing. Provisions of national housing act, approved June 27, 1934 (public 
no. 479, 73d Congress), affecting Federal reserve system. [Reprint] 1935. 
1 p. t FR 1.13 : 933/amdt.-3/rep. 

Interest. Payment of interest on deposits. 1934. 10 p. (Regulation Q [series 
of 1935].) [This Regulation as printed herewith is in the form as amended, 
effective Feb. 1, ]935. Supersedes Regulation Q. series of 1933.] t 

FR 1.6 : 935/Q 

Mortgages. Section 10 of Federal farm mortgage coi^poration act, approved Jan. 
31, 1934 (public no. 88, 73d Congress), amending sec. 13 and 14 of Federal 
reserve act. [Reprint] 1935. 1 p. t FR 1.13 : 933/amdt./rep. 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — Tlie bound volumes of the Federal Trade Commission decisions are sold by the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. Separate opinions are sold on subscrip- 
tion, price $1.00 per volume; foreign subscription, $1.50; single copies, 5c. 

American Smelting and Refining Company. In matter of American Smelting & 
Refining Company, complaint, opinion, and order; docket 2102, complaint, 
Apr. 26, 1933, order, June 25, 1934. 1935. [l]-|-94-106 p. ([Decision] 
1006.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FTl.ll/a 2: 1006 

Chic-Arnerican Distributing Company. In matter of A. G. Ashley, trading as 
Chic-American Distributing Company, complaint and order; docket 2172, 
complaint, Apr. 26, 1934, order, June 12, 1984. [1935.] p. 7&-84. ( [Decision] 
1004.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FTl.ll/a 2 : 1004 

Croxon, Incorporated. In matter of Croxon, Incorporated, and A. W. Lublin, 
complaint (svnopsis) [report] findings, and order; docket 2096, complaint. 
Mar. 27. 1983, decision. May 28, 1934. [1934.] p. 35-44. ([Decision] 998.) 
[From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FT 1.11/a 2 : 998 

Decisions. Index to v. 18 [of Federal Trade Commission decisions]. [1934.] 
7 p. * Paper, 5c. FT 1.11/a 1 : 18/ind. 

Landis Medicine Company. In matter of Henry B. Tonnies, doing business 
under name and style of Landis Medicine Company, complaint and order; 
docket 2162, complaint, Feb. 8, 1934, order, June 4, 1934. [1935.] p. 45-49. 
([Decision] 999.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. 

FT 1.11/a 2 : 999 

Lee, George H., Company. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit, 
Nov. term, 1934, Federal Trade Commission v. George H. Lee Company, 
application for enforcement of order of Federal Trade Commission [and] 
transcript of proceedings before Federal Trade Commission. [1935.] cover 
title, i+17 p. t FT-'.5:L512 

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January 1935 41 

Lightning Company. In matter of Lightning Company, complaint (synopsis) 
[report] findings, and order ; docket 2108, complaint, July 3, 1933, decision, 
June 20, 1934. [1935.] p. 85-93. ([Decision] 1005.) [From F. T. C. deci- 
sions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FT 1.11/a 2: 1005 

Mld-Vallcy Steel Company. No. ■ — , in circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit, 
Nov. term, 1934, Federal Trade Commission v. L. A. Crancer and G. B. 
Fleischman, trading under firm names and styles of Mid-Valley Steel Com- 
pany [et al.], on application for enforcement of • order of Federal Trade 
Commission ; brief for petitioner. [1934.] cover title, ii+19 p. % 

FT 1.5 : M 584/2 

National Silver Company. In matter of National Silver Company, complaint 
and order ; docket 2143, complaint, Dec. 29, 1938, order, June 12, 1934. 1935. 
[l]-f 74-78 p. ([Decision] 1003.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 
5c. FT 1.11/a 2 : 1003 

Public utilities. Utility corporations, letters transmitting, in response to Sen- 
ate resolution 83 [70th Congress] monthly report on electric power and gas 
utilities inquiry, with exhibits in response to Senate resolution 112 [71st 
Congress] ; filed with secretary of Senate, Apr. 24, 1934. 1934. no. 64, 
xxii 4-1113 p. (S. doc. 92, pt. 64, 70th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, $1.00. 
L. C. card 28-26408 

Report. Annual report of Federal Trade Commission, fiscal year 1934. 1934. 
v+151 p. 1 pi. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 15-26727 FT 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 12, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 



GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions of comptroller general, v. 14, Nov. 1934 ; J. R. McCarl, comptroller 
general, R. N. Elliott, assistant comptroller general. 1934. [l]-f 345-427 p. 
[Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 14/5 



GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

Report. Annual report of Public Printer [with report of technical director, 
fiscal year] 1934. 1934. [l]+43 p. [Text on verso of front and back 
covers.] t 
L. C. card 11-29491 GP 1.1 : 934 

Same. (S. doc. 2, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Agricultural chemistry and soils and fertilizers, list of publications for sale by 
superintendent of documents. Oct. 1934. [2] +18 p. (Price list 46, 31st edi- 
tion. ) t 
L. C. card 25-27431 GP 3.9 : 46/31 

Codes of fair competition. National Recovery Administration approved codes 
[Agricultural Adjustment Administration Code of fair competition series and 
Marketing agreement series] for sale by superintendent of documents. 6th 
edition, Nov. 26, 1934. [1934.] 32 p. t GP 3.2 : C 64/934-5 

Finance, banking, budget, accounting, list of publications for sale by superin- 
tendent of documents. Oct. 1934. [2] -1-46 p. (Price list 28, 25th edition.) t 
L. C. card 26-26476 GP 3.9 : 28/25 

Immigration, naturalization, citizenship, aliens, races, list of publications for 
sale by superintendent of documents. Dec. 1934, [published] 1935. [2] +14 p. 
(Price list 67, 20th edition.) t 
L. 0. card 26-26387 GP 3.9 : 67/20 

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42 January 1935 

Insular possessions: Guam, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Samoa, Virgin Islands, list 
of publications for sale by superintendent of documents. Oct. 1934. [2] +16+ 
[1] p. (Price list 32, 22d edition.) t o a. o^/^^ 

L. 0. card 26-2€353 GP o.9 : 32/22 

Interstate Commerce Commission. Publications of Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission reports and regulations on interstate transportation for sale by super- 
intendent of documents. Nov. 1934, [published] 1935. [2] +22 p. (Price 
list 59, 21st edition.) t ^ _^ 

L. C. card 25-26812 GP 3.9: 59/21 

Laws, Federal and State, opinions of Attorney General, decisions of courts, list 
of publications for sale by superintendent of documents. Oct. 1934. [2] +32+ 
[1] p. (Price list 10, 26th edition.) t 
L. C card 26-26488 GP 3.9 : 10/26 

Maps list of publications for sale by superintendent of documents. Dec. 1934, 
[published] 1935. [2] +10 p. (Price list 53, 27th edition.) t 
L. O. card 25-26876 GP 3.9 : 53/27 

Monthly catalog. United States public documents (with prices), no. 480; Dec. 
1934. 1935. v+431-501 p. * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $1.60. 
L. C. card 4-18088 GP 3.8/1 : 934/18 

Weekly list of selected United States Government publications, Jan. 2-30, 1935. 
[1935.] Each 4 p. t 

L. C. card 28-26554 GP 3.17 : 985/1-5 

Note — The Weekly list is an advertising list of United States Government publica- 
tions for sale by the" Superintendent of Documents. Some of the publications for free 
distribution are also listed. The list is arranfrcd alphabetically by subjects, with annota- 
tions and prices. It mav be obtained free of charge upon application to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 



INTERIOR DEPARTMENT 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

Agriculture. Vocational agriculture in relation to economic and social adjust- 
ments [with lists of reference material], report of Conference on Relation 
of Vocational Agricultural Education to Emergency and Long-Time Pro- 
grams Affecting Agriculture. June 1934. xviii+67 p. (Vocational educa- 
tion bulletin 177; Agricultural series 45.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card E 35-16 1 16.54/3 : 177 

Education. Statistical summary of education, 1931-32. preface to Biennial 
survey of education in United States, 1930-32 ; prepared by Emery M. Foster. 
1934.^ [l]+12p. (Bulletin 2, 1933.) [Advance pages from Biennial survey.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card E 20-627 1 16.3 : 933/2/pref . 

Educational directory, 1935: pt. 3, Colleges and universities, including all in- 
stitutions of higher education. 1934. iii+53 p. (Bulletin 1, 1935 [pt. 3].) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card E 13-213 1 16.3 : 935/l/pt.3 

GENERAL LAND OFFICE 

Note. — The General Land Office publishes a large general map of the United States, 
which is sold at $2.00 ; and also separate maps of the States and Territories in which 
public lands are to be found, which are sold at various prices. Address the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Washiagton, D. C. 

Sun. Ephemeris of the sun and Polaris and tables of azimuths and altitudes 
of Polaris, [calendar] year 1935. 1934. [2] +12 p. [Supplement to Manual 
of instructions for survey of public lands of United States.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 10-35913 121.11/2:935 



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January 1935 43 

Maps 

United States, including Territories and insular possessions, showing extent 
of public surveys, national parks and monuments, Indian, military, bird and 
game reservations, national forests, railroads, canals?, and other details [with 
insets]. Scale 37 ni. = l in. Engraved by R. F. Bartle & Co., Washington, 
D. C, printed by Geological Survey, 1934. 59.5X82.5 in. * $2.00. 

I 21.13 : Un 3/30 
Alaska ; with inset, Aleutian Islands. 
American Samoa : Manua Group ; Rose I. ; Tutuila Isl. 
Canal Zone ; with inset, Isthmus of Panama, showing location of canal. 
Hawaiian Islands ; with insets, Guam or Cuajan Island ; Palmyra Island. 
Index map showing relative position of Alaska and recently acquired islands to United 

States. 
Philippine Islands. 
Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands of U. S. 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Note. — The publications of the United States Geological Survey consist of Annual re- 
ports, Monographs, Professional papers. Bulletins, Water-supply papers, topographic maps 
(some of which bear descriptive texts), base and contour and other maps of the United 
States and of the States, folios of the Geologic atlas of the United States, and the 
World atlas of commercial geology (pt. 1. out of print). Practically all of them are- sale 
publications; the exceptions are indicated by the dagger (t). The maps and folios and 
the World atlas of commercial geology, pt. 2, are sold by the Geological Survey at Wash- 
ington, D. C. Except as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed on any 
order for maps or folios that amounts to $5.00 at the retail price. This discount applies 
to an order for either maps or folios alone or for maps and folios together. Remittance 
for these publications should be made by money order payable to tne Director of the 
Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. Orders for other publications that are for sale 
should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 

Eocene period. Recognizable species of Green River flora ; by Roland W. 
Brown. 1934. ii-f 45-77 p. 8 p. of pi. 4° (Professional paper 185 C.) 
* Paper, 10c. 1 19.16 : 185-C 

Ptt6Z(caNo«s issued in Dec. 1934; list 322. [1935.] 4 p. [Monthly.] t 

1 19.14/4 : 322 

MINES BUREAU 

Coal. Permissible coal-cutting equipment, approved prior to July 1, 1932 ; by 
L. C. ILsley, H. B. Brunot, and H. B. Freeman. 1934. v-f 129 p. il. (Bulletin 
382.) * Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card 35-26020 1 28.3 : 382 

Recent developments in coal preparation and utilization ; by A. C. Field- 

ner. 1934. [1] +627-643 p. [From Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper. 5c. 

I 28.37/a : C 631/934 

Fluorspar and cryolite; bv H. W. Dnvis. 1934. [1] +985-997 p. il. [From 
Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : F 673/934 

Lime (detailed statistics) ; by A. T. Coons. 1935. [l]+l-9 p. [From Statis- 
tical appendix to Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Pai^er, 5c. I 28.37/a ; L 629/934 

Manganese and manganiferous ores; by Robert H. Ridgway. 1934. [l]+399— 
416 p. il. [From Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : M 313/934 

Metals. Secondary metals; by J. P. Dunlop. 1934. [1] +303-315 p. [From 
Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Se 24/934 

Mica; by F. W. Horton and B. H. Stoddard. 1934. [1] +1057-74 p. il. [From 
Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : M 581/934 

Phosphate rock [with selected list of references on phosphate-rock deposits of 
Tennessee] ; by Bertrand L. Johnson and B. H. Stoddard. 1934. [1] +947-967 
p. il. [Fi-om Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : P 566/934 

Po/flsft,; by J. H. Hedges. 1934. [1] +1031-46 p. 11. [From Minerals yearbook, 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a ; P 847/934 

Publications. New publications. Bureau of Mines, monthly list 236 ; Dec. 31, 
1934. [1935.] 4 p. t 1 28.5/2 : 236 

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Salt, bromine, calcium, chloride, and iodine; by A. T. Coons. 1934. [l]+929- 
945 p. il. [From Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Sa 37/934 

Seismometers. Study of some seismometers ; by G. A. Irland. 1934. iii+48 
p. il. (Technical paper 556.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 35-26061 I 28.7 : 556 

Sulphur and pyrites; by R. H. Ridgway and A. W. Mitchell. 1934. [l]+907- 
928 p. il. [From Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Su 5/934 

Tin; by Charles White Merrill. 1934. [1] +445-463 p. il. [From Minerals 
yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : T 49/934 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

National parks. Glimpses of our national parks, as revised and expanded by 
Isabelle F. Story. 1934. iv+92 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Emer- 
gency Conservation Work. Another illustration and mai) on front and back 
cover. Copy for the original edition of Glimpses of our national parks was 
prepared by Robert Sterling Yard.] t 
L. C. card 34-26008 1 29.6 : N 21/3/934 

PERRY'S VICTORY MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Report. 15th annual report of Perry's Victory Memorial Commission [year 
ended Dec. 1] 1934. Jan. 18, 1935. 8 p. (H. doc. 28, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 21-26722 

RECLAMATION BUREAU 

Boulder Canyon project. Control cable supports and control tunnel car for Boul- 
der power plant, Boulder Canyon project, Ariz.-Callf.-Nev. (Federal Emergency 
Administration of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover title, 22 p. 41 pi. 
4° (Specifications 609). [Consists of invitation for bids, schedule, specifica- 
tions, and drawings for project, proposals to be received until Feb. 7, 1935.] 
t Paper, $3.00. 127.8:609 

Mineral resources and possible industrial development in region surround- 
ing Boulder Dam, Boulder Canyon project, Ariz.-Nev.-Calif. Nov. 1934. 
ix-f 44 p. 3 maps in pocket, t 

L. C. card 35-26024 I 27.2 : B 66/8 

Contents. — Introductory statement. — Report on field study of mineral resources in 
region tributary to Boulder Dam ; by Geological Survey, Aug. 24, 1934. — Report on cost 
of electrical energy at Boulder Dam and delivered 100 and 200 miles distant ; by L. N. 
McClellan, Sept. 13, 1934. — Report on economic factors to be considered in development 
of mineral industries tributary to Boulder Dam ; by C. K. Leitb and H. N. Eavenson, 
Nov. 6, 1934. 

Station service power and lighting transformers for Boulder Dam, power 

plant and appurtenant works, Boulder Canyon project, Ariz.-Calif.-Nev. (Fed- 
eral Emergency Administration of Public Works project), n. p. [1934]. cover 
title, [l]+25 p. 2 pi. 4° (Specifications 592.) [Consists of invitation for bids, 
schedule, specifications, and drawings for project, proposals to be received until 
Oct. 15, 1934.] t Paper, $1.00. I 27.8 : 592 

30-inch sphere valves for station service penstock at Boulder power plant, 

Boulder Canyon project, Ariz. -Calif. -Nev. (Federal Emergency Administration 
of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover title. 17 p. 11 pi. 4° (Specifica- 
tions 610.) [Consists of invitation for bids, schedule, specifications, and draw- 
ings for project, proposals to be received until Jan. 24, 1935.] t Paper, $1.50. 

I 27.8 : 610 

Grand Coulee Dam. Dormitory buildings at Government camp at Grand Coulee 
Dam, Columbia Basin project. Wash. (Federal Emergency Administration of 
Public Works project) . n. p. [1934] . cover title, 86 p. 28 pi. 2 maps, 4° ( Speci- 
fications 608). [Consists of schedule, specifications, and drawings, for irriga- 
tion project, proposals to be received until Jan. 16, 1935.] t Paper, $2.50. 

127.8:608 

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Hyrtim irrigation project. Pumping plant, structures, and canal lining, Hyrum- 
Mendon, Wellsville, and Hyrum feeder canal, Hyrum project, Utah (Federal 
Emergency Administration of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover 
title, 41 p. 18 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 606.) [Consists of schedule, specifi- 
cations, and drawings for irrigation project, proposals to be received until 
Jan. 21, 1935.] t Paper, $1.50. I 27.8:606 

Moon Lake Dam, Moon Lake project, Utah (Federal Emergency Administration 
of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover title, 60 p. 15 pi. 3 maps, 
1 tab. 4° (Specifications 605.) [Consists of schedule, specifications, and 
drawings for irrigation project, proposals to be received until Feb. 4, 1935.] 
t Paper, $2.00. 127.8:605 

Reclamatim era, v. 25, no. 1; Jan. 1935. [1935.] cover title, p. 1-24, 11. 4° 
[Monthly; none issued June 1933-Dec. 1934. Text on p. 2-i: of cover.] 
L. C. card 9-35252 I 27.5 : 935/1 

Note. — The Reclamation era is a magazine for the farmers and the personnel of the 
bureau. Its aim is to assist the settlers in the proper use of water, to help them 
in overcoming their agricultural difflculties, to instruct them in diversifying and mar- 
keting their crops, to inspire the employees of the bureau and chronicle engineering 
problems and achievements, and to promote a wholehearted spirit of cooperation, so 
that reclamation shall attain the greatest heights of success. The subscription price of 
the Reclamation era is 75c. a year to other than water users ; foreign subscription, 
$1.05, payable in advance. Subscriptions should be sent to the Commissioner, Bureau 
of Reclamation, Washington, D. C. and remittance in the form of postal money order 
or New York draft should be made payable to the Bureau of Reclamation. Postage 
stamps are not acceptable in payment of subscription. 

Taylor Parh Dam, Uncompahgre project, Colo. (Federal Emergency Adminis^- 
tration of Public Works project), n. p. [1935.] cover title, 99 p. 34 pi. 4 
maps, 2 tab. 4° (Specifications 594.) [Consists of schedules, specifications, 
and drawings for irrigation project, proposals to be received until Feb. 18, 
1935.] t Paper, $5.00. 127.8:594 

SOIL EROSION SERVICE 

Land. The land, today and tomorrow, oflBcial gazette [v. 1, no. 1] ; Oct. 1934. 
[1934.] [4] -f 28 p. 11. [Monthly. Rotaprinted.] t 
L. C. card 35-26091 I 30.9 : 1/1 

Same, oflScial bulletin, v. 1, no. 2; Nov. 1934. [1934.] cover title. 

[2] -f 34 p. 11. [Monthly. Rotaprinted.] t 130.9:1/2 

Same, official bulletin, v. 1, no. 3; Dec. 1934. [1934.] cover title. 

[2] +34 p. 11. [Monthly. Rotaprinted.] t 130.9:1/3 

Same, official bulletin, v. 2, no. 1; Jan. 1935. [1935.] cover title, 

[2] +42 p. 11. [Monthly. Rotaprinted.] t 130.9:2/1 

TERRITORIES AND ISLAND POSSESSIONS DIVISION 

Note. — The Division of Territories and Island Possessions was established in the 
Department of the Interior by Executive order of May 29, 19.34, effective July 28. 1934. 
and the jurisdiction of the War Department over Puerto Rico was transferred to the 
newly established division, but no publications have been printed since the transfer. 
See p. 90. 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Note. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerce 
Commission reports and Interstate Commerce Commission valuation reports, are sold by 
the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at various prices, depending upon the 
size of the volume. Separate decisions or opinions are sold on subscription, price $1.00 
per volume ; foreign subscription, $1.50 ; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a volume, 
be sure to specify whether Finance. Traffic, or Valuation decisions are desired. Entries 
for the separate decisions are grouped below under center heads following other Interstate 
Commerce Commission publications. 

Bralces. No. .5.^.75. in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit. United States v. 
New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company, appeal from district court 
for southern district of Indiana, Indianapolis division, Robert C. Baltzell, 
judge: brief and argument for appellant. [1934.] cover title, i+21 p. 
large 8° t IG 1.13/1 : N 42 y/26 

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Deoisions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Finance). 

Fuel for locomotives (charged to operating expenses), class 1 steam railways in 
United States, compiled from 141 reports representing 148 steam railways,, 
switching and terminal companies not included, Nov. 1934 and 1933 [and] 11 
months ended with Nov. 1934 and 1933; [prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. 
1935. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-230.) [Subject to revision.] f 

10 lste.30: 934/11 

Interstate cmnmcrce acts, annotated, 1934 supplement, supplementing, to July 1, 
1934, Compilation of Federal laws relating to regulation of carriers subject to 
interstate commerce act, with digests of pertinent decisions of Federal courts 
and Interstate Commerce Commission and text of or references to general 
rules and regulations, published as Senate do<:'ument 166, 70th Congress, 1st 
session ; prepared by and under direction of Clyde B. Aitchison. 1934. v. 6-8, 
[xxv] +4433-6951 p. ( S. doc. 139, 73d Cong. 2d sess. ) [Volumes 1-5, to which 
these volumes are supplemental, appeared in Monthly catalogue for Oct. 1930, 
p. 245.] * Cloth, $5.25 per set (3 vols.). 
L. 0. card 30-26979 

Opinions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Pipe lines. Regulations to govern destruction of records of carriers by pipe lines 
prescribed by Interstate Commerce Commission in accordance with sec. 20 of 
act to regulate commerce, effective July 1, 1015. [Reprint] 1934. vii+30 p. 
[Text matter leset necessitating changes of page numbers in table of con- 
tents.] * Paper, 5c. 10 1.9 : R 24/10/934 

Railroad accidents. Summary of accident investigation reports, no. 60, Apr.- 
June 1934; [prepared in] Buretiu of Safety. 1934. iii+28 p. [Quarterly.] 
* Paper, 5c. single copy, 20c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 30c. 
L. C. card A 20-942 10 1 acci.7 : 60 

Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Sept. 1934 [and 9 

months ending with Sept. 1934. with quarterly summaries by roads and States, 
July-Sept. 1934 ; prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] 8 p. oblong large 
8" (Statement M-40().) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. 0. card A 27-80 10 1 ste.31 : 934/9- 

Same, Oct. 1934 [and 10 months ending with Oct. 1934; prepared in] Bu- 
reau of Statistics. [1935.] [2] p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-400.) 
[Subject to revision.] t 10 1 ste.31 : 934/10 

Railroad employees. Statistical analysis of carriers' monthly hours of service 
reports covering all railroads which reported during year ended June 30, 1934, 
instances in which employees were on duty for ixn-iods other than tho.se pro- 
videtl by Federal hours of service act, with comparative summary covering 
yeais ended June 30, 1930-34 ; compiled by Bureau of Stifety. 1934. 35 p. 
oblong large 8° * Paper, 10c. 
L. 0. card 20-26534 10 1 hou.9 : 934 

Railroads. Operating revenues and operating expenses by class of service, class 
1 steam railways in United States, year ended Dec. 31, 1933 ; [prepared in] 
Bureau of Statistics. 1934. cover title, p. 3-52, oblong large 8° (Statement 
34150.) * Paper, 60c. 
L. O. card A 28-2266 10 1 ste.32 : 933 

• Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

United States, compiled from 147 monthly reports of revenues and expenses 
representing 149 class 1 steam railways, Nov. 1934 and 1933 [and 11 months 
ended with Nov. 1934 and 3983; prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. 1935. 
[2] p. il. oblong large 8" (Statement M-100.) [Subject to revision.] t 

10 1 ste.l9 : 934/11 

Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways, se- 
lected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000, Nov. 
1934 and 1933 [and] 11 months ended with Nov. 1934 and 1933; [prepared in] 
Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] [2] p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-150.) 
[Subject to revision.] t 

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Railroads — Continued. 

Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items for Nov. 1934, 

compared with Nov. 1933, for roads with annual operating revenues above 
$25,000,000; [prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] [2] p. oblong large 
8° (Statement M-20O.) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 29-380 IG 1 ste.22 : 934/11 

Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States, 

including mixed-train service, compiled from 140 reports representing 149 
steam railways, switching and terminal companies not included, Oct. 1934 
and 1933 [and] 10 months ended with Oct. 1984 and 1933; [prepared in] 
Bureau of Statistics. 1935. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-220.) [Sub- 
ject to revision.] t > 

E. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24 : 934/10 

Selected income and balance-sheet items of class 1 steam railways in 

United States, compiled from 143 reports representing 149 steam railways 
{Oct. 1934 and 1933 and 10 months of 1934 and 1933; prepared in] Bureau 
•of Statistics. 1935. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-12o.) [Subject to 
revision.] t 

L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : 934/10 

Report. 48th annual report of Interstate Commerce Commission, Dec. 1, 1934. 
1934. iii + 153 p. [Report covers the period from Nov. 1, 1933 to Oct. 31, 
1934, except as otherwise noted.] * Cloth, 75c. 
li. C. card 9-14679 IC 1. 1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 23, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Safety Bureau. Report of director of Bureau of Safety to Interstate Commerce 
Commission, fiscal year 1934, and extracts from 48th annual report of Inter- 
state Commerce Commission pertaining to safety appliances, hours of service, 
automatic train control, investigation of accidents, medals of honor, and 
investigation of safety devices. 1934. [1] -f 23 p. * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 17-26073 IC 1 saf.l : 934 

Traffic decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Traffic). 

Decisions {Finance) 

Note. — The following decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission reports. 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fc Railroad. Finance docket no. 10185, Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Raihvav Company abandonment; [decided Oct. 26, 1934]. 
1934. [1] + 396-400 p. (F-5949.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5949 

Ohicago, North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad. Finance docket no. 10500, Chi- 
cago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Company public works improve- 
ment; [decided Oct. 26, 1934]. 1934. [1] +406-108 p. (F-5951.) [From 
V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5951 

Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. Finance docket no. 10631, Minneapolis & 
St. Louis Railroad Company receiver's certificates ; decided Oct. 23, 1934. 
[1984.] p. 387-388. (F-5945.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5945 

White River Railroad, Incorporated. Finance docket no. 10607, White River 
Railroad, Incorporated, abandonment; decided Oct. 25, 1934. [1934.] p. 393- 
395. (F-5948.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5948 

Decisions (Traffic) 

Note. — The following decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the 
Interstate Commerce Commission reports. 

Apples. No. 25981. Dawson Produce Company of Texas et al. v. Atchison. To- 
peka & Santa Fe Raihvav Company et al. ; decided Oct. 19, 1934. [1934.] 
p. 443-446. ([Opinion] 19968.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 19968 

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Bottles. Fourth section application no. 15157, bottles and glassware from the 
Southwest; decided Oct. 29. 1934. [1934.] p. 555-556. ([Opinion] 19999.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19999 

Calves. No. 26342, Tovrea Packing Company v. Asphalt Belt Railway Company 
et al. ; [decided Oct. 22, 1934]. 1934. [1] +482-484 p. ([Opinion] 19978.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19978 

Cattle. No. 26255, H. Moffat Company et al. v. Southern Pacific Company; 
decided Oct. 24, 1934. [1934.] p. 525-527. ([Opinion] 19993.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19993 

No. 26298, Grand Island Livestock Commission Company et al. v. Atchi- 
son, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company et al.; decided Oct. 22, 1934. 
[1934.] p. 475-478. ([Opinion] 19976.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 19976 

Cement. Fourth section application no. 15413, cement from Laramie, Wyo., to 
Colorado; [decided Oct. 23, 1934]. 1934. [1]+49S-500 p. ([Opinion] 19984.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19984 

Clny. No. 26379, Champlin Refining Company et al. v. Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe Railway Company et al. ; decided Oct. 25, 1934. [1934.] p. 535- 
538. ([Opinion] 19995.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/a : 19995 

Coal. No. 25595, Illinois Coal Traffic Bureau v. Ahnapee & Western Railway 
Company et al. ; decided Oct. 9. 1934. [1934.] p. 225-244. ([Opinion] 
19946.) [From V. 204.] ♦ Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19946 

Fertilizers. Fourth section application no. 15681, fertilizer from Albany, Ga. ; 
decided Oct. 23, 1934. [1934.] p. 505-506. ([Opinion] 19987.) [From v. 
204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19987 

Freight rates. Fourth-section application no. 14668, ocean-rail rates from At- 
lantic seaboard territory; [decided Oct. 22, 1934]. 1934. [1] +460-464 p. 
([Opinion] 19973.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC1.6/la : 19973 

&rain. No. 25897, Great West Mill & Elevator Company v. Chicago, Rock Is- 
land & Pacific Railway Company et al. ; [decided Oct. 9, 1934]. 1934. [1] + 
216-220 p. ([Opinion] 19944.) [From v. 204.] ♦ Pai)er, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 19944 

Hay. Fourth section application no. 15384, hay and straw from South Dakota ; 
[decided Oct. 24, 1934]. 1934. [1] +512-516 p. ([Opinion] 19990.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19990 

Limestone. Fourth section application no. 15233, asphaltic limestone from 
Margerum, Ala.: [decided Oct. 23, 1934]. 1934. [1] +496-498 p. ([Opinion] 
1S9S3.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19983 

Lumber. No. 25771. Lexington Lumber Company et al. v. Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company et al. ; decided Oct. 26, 1934. [1934.] p. 545-548. 
([Opinion] 19997.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5'. IC 1 .6/la : 19997 

Paint. Fourth section application no. 15532, paint material to Baton Rouge 
and New Orleans, La.; decided Oct. 23, 1934. [1934.] p. 509-511. ([Opin- 
ion] 19989.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/1 a : 19989 

Sand. No. 22907, industrial sand cases, 1930; decided Oct. 8, 1934. [1934.] 
p. 159-194. ([Opinion] 19940.) [From v. 20i.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/1 a : 19940 

Tobacco. Fourth section application no. 15521, tobacco to Houston, Tex.; de- 
cided Oct. 25, 1934. [1934.] p. 519-524. ([Opinion] 19992.) [From v. 
204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/1 a : 19992 

Watermel07is. No. 26397, L. E. HoUoway & Company v. Atlanta, Birmingham 
& Coast Railroad Company et al. ; [decided Oct. 19, 1934]. 1934. [1] + 
450-452 p. ([Opinion] 19970.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5e. 

IC 1.6/1 a : 19970 

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LOCOMOTIVE INSPECTION BUREAU 

Report. 23cl annual report of chief inspector, Bureau of Locomotive Inspec- 
tion, to Interstate Commerce Commission, fiscal year 1934. 1934. [l]-|-53 
p. il. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 12-29929 IC 1 loci : 984 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Aetna Life Insurance Company. No. 6299, in Court of Appeals for District 
of Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, Aetna Life Insurance Company and George 
Peterson, Inc., v. Robert J. Hoage, deputy commissioner. United States Em- 
ployees' Compensation Commission, District of Columbia compensation dis- 
trict, and Erick Erickson ; brief for appellees. [1935.] cover title, i+34 
p. $ J 1.13 : Ae 98/7 

Amazon Petroleum Corporation. Nos. 260 and 135, in Supreme Court, Oct. 
term, 1934, Amazon Petroleum Corporation et al. v. Archie D. Ryan, S. D. 
Bennett, and Phil E. Baer ; Panama Refining Company et al. v. A. D. Ryan, 
S. D. Bennett, and J. Howard Marshall, on writs of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 5th circuit ; supplemental memorandum for respondent. 
[1934.] cover title, 18 p. t J 3.13: Am 15/4 

Amigo Coal Company. In Court of Claims, no. L-210, Amigo Coal Company v. 
United States; memorandum brief for defendant. [1934. J p. 21-25. % 

J 1.13 : Ain 53/2 

Arizona. No. — , original, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. 
Arizona ; motion for leave to file bill of complaint and bill of complaint. 
[1935.] cover title, 18 p. $ J 1.13 : Ar 47/7 

Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company. In Court of Claims, no. K-58, Atlantic 
Mutual Insurance Company v. United States ; defendant's motion for new 
trial, with memorandum in support thereof. [1934.] p. 113-129. % 

J 1.13 : At 63/79 

Barlow, Lester P. No. H-272, in Court of Claims, Lester P. Barlow v. United 
States; brief for defendant. [1935.] cover title, ii+251-305 p. t 

J 1.13 : B 249/2 

Berger, Harry. No. 544, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Harry Berger v. 
United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 2d circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1934.] cover title, 
ii+15 p. t J 1.13 : B 453/5 

Blagiach, Anthony. No. 6279, in Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, 
Anthony Blagiach v. J. A. Tope, sheriff, agent for West "Virginia, appeal from 
Supreme Court of District of Columbia ; brief for appellee. [1935.] cover 
title, 5 p. $ J 1.13 : B 572 

Botlnoell, D. C. Nos. 1146-47, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, D. C. 
Bothwell V. commissioner of internal revenue; J. F. Darby v. [same], on peti- 
tions to review decisions of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. 
[1934.] cover title, ii-|-28 p. I J 1.13 : B 657/30 

Briggs d Turivas Corporation. In Court of Claims, [no.] E-3S3, Briggs & 
Turivas Corporation v. United States; defendant's exceptions to commission- 
er's amended report and request for additional findings of fact. [1934.] 
p. 247-287. t J 1.13 : B 768/15 

Bryson, Elmer D. No. 7519, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Guy T. 
Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, i?. Elmer D. Bryson, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1935.] 
cover title, ii+26 p. $ J 1.13 : B 848 

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. No. 379, in Supreme Court, 
Oct. term, 1934, United States, Interstate Commerce Commission, et al. v. 
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Company et al., 'appeal from 
district court for northern district of Illinois; brief for United States and 
Interstate Commerce Commission. [1934.] cover title. iii4-67 p. $ 

J 1.13 : C 48/187 

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50 January 1935 

Choctaw Indians. No. J-231, in Court of Claims, Clioctaw Nation v. United 
States ; defendant's objections to findings of fact requested by plaintiff, re- 
quest for findings of fact, and brief. [1934.] cover title, ii+77-124 p. t 

J 1.13 : C 451/11 

City Cluh of Washington. In Court of Claims, no. M-IS, Merritt O. Chance, 
receiver of City Club of Washington, D. C, v. United States; brief for de- 
fendant. [1935.] p. 37-^. t J 1.13:0 498/7 

Clark, Airs. Frances E. No. 5568, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, 
Frances Elliott Clark v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1934.] 
cover title, ii+39 p. t J1.13:C547/S 

Coleman-Gilbcrt Associates. Nos. 2975-76, in circuit court of appeals for 1st 
cii'cuit, Coleman-Gilbert Associates v. commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respond- 
ent. [1935.] cover title, ii+19 p. large 8° t J 1.13 : C 677/3 

Compagnie Gcncrale Trausatlantiqiic. No. 575, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 
1934, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique r. Philip Elting, as collector of 
customs, port of New York, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 2d circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] 
cover title, i+17 p. t J 1.13 : C 738/13 

Conlon^, James. No. 6300, in Court of Appeals for District of Columbia. James 
Conlon V. Iloman Adamski, otherwise known as Roman W. Adamski, and 
Frank T. Hines, administrator of veterans' atTairs, and Henry Morgenthau, 
jr.. Secretary of Treasury, and William A. Julian, Treasurer of United States, 
appeal from Supreme Court of District of Columbia ; joint brief on behalf of 
appellees. [1935.] cover title, 18 p. t . J 1.13 : C 761/7 

Continental Baking Corporation. No. 6336, in Court of Appeals of District of 
Columbia, Continental Baking Coii)oration v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Ap- 
peals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i-f 23 p. t J 1.13 : C 767/20 

ijooley, Robert C. No. 2943, in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, Robert G. 
Cooley i\ commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of dec-ision 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, i-f 9 p. 
large 8° t J 1.13 : C 776 

Dick. Mrs. Grace IF. No. 1164, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, 
Grace W. Dick v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals : brief for respondent. [1935.] cover 
title, i-f 15 p. X J 1.13 :D 55/3 

Douglas, Edward B. No. 541. in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Edward B. 
Douglas V. Levi M. Willcuts, as collector of internal revenue for district of 
Minnesota, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 
8th circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1934.] cover title, i-t-9 p. t 

J 1.13 : D 745/3 

Dunne, Finley P. No. 86. in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Finley Peter 
Dunne v. connuissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decisions 
of Board of Tax Appea'.s: brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+13 p. 
large 8" $ J 1.13 : D 922/5 

Eastman Kodak Company. In Court of Claims, no. M-81, Eastman Kodak Com- 
panv V. United States ; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 105-131. J 

J 1.13 : Ea 79/6 

Elder Manufacturing Company. In Court of Claims, no. F-391. Elder Manu- 
facturing Company v. United States; defendant's brief. [1934.] p. 157- 
167. t J 1.13: El 22 

Electric Boat Company. In Court of Claims, no. 42117, Electric Boat Company 
V. United States ; brief for United States. [1934.] p. 31-40. t 

J 1.13 : El 25/21 

Ellison, Ben'itett. No. 128, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Bennett 
Ellison V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii-f-19 p. 
large 8° % J 1.13 : EI .59/12 

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Garand, John C. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal docket 
no. 340<3, interference no. 60421, John C. Garand r. John D. Pedersen. appeal 
from Board of Appeals of Patent OflHce ; brief for appellant. [1934.] cover 
title, ii+73 p. large 8° $ . J 1.13 : G 161 

General Utilities and Operating Company. No. 3720, in circuit court of appeals 
for 4th circuit. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, v. General 
Utilities and Operating Company, on petition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Apiieals : petitioner's brief in reply to supplemental brief for respond- 
ent. [1934.] cover title, i +6 p. | J 1.13 : G 286/31 

Gerard, Erie. No. 7528, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, commissioner 
of internal revenue v. Erie Gerard, on petition for review of decision of 
Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, i+26 p. t 

J 1.13 : G 312 

Gold cl<iuse cases, oral argument of Attorney General Cummings before Supreme 
Court, Jan. 8 and 9, 1985. [1935.] cover title, 46 p. % J 1.13 : N 785 

Gordon, David. No. 7484, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, David Gor- 
don V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of 
Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+11 p. t 

J 1.13 : G 654 

Grate, Robert A. No. 571, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Robert A. Grate v. 
United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 
8th circuit ; brief for United States in opposition. [1934.] cover title, i-f 11 
p. $ J 1.13 : G 771 

Guide Lamp Corporation. No. 5385, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Guide Lamp Corporation v. National Labor Relations Board; motion to dis- 
miss petition for review and brief in support thereof. [1934.] cover title, 
i+25 p. large 8" % J 1.13 : G 941 

Gtcatlimey, Archibald B., jr. No. 187, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
Archibald B. Gwathmey, jr., v. commisioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] 
cover title, i+17 p. large 8° J J 1.13 : G 995/10 

Hadley, Francis E. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commissioner of 
internal revenue v. Francis E. Hadley, on petition for review of decision of 
Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1934.] cover title, ii+23 p. 
large S" | J 1.13 : H 117/3 

Hales, G. W. No. 5187, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, commissioner 
of internal revenue v. G. AV. Hales, on petition for review- of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals ; reply brief of petitioner. [1935.] cover title, iii+21 p. 
large 8" ? J 1.13 : H 137/2 

Hevyitt Realty Company. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Hewitt 
Realty Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of 
decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, 
iv+42 p. large 8° t J 1.13 : H 497/4 

Highway Trailer Company. No. 545, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, High- 
way Trailer Company v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit ; 
brief for respondent in opposition. [1934.] cover title, i+13 p. $ 

J 1.13 : H 538/4 

Indian Motocycle Company. In Court of Claims, no. K-280, Indian Motocycle 
Company v. United States ; defendant's request for findings of fact and lirief. 
[1934.] p. 19-50. t J 1.13: In 25/7 

Jeyit, Arlin D. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit. United States v. 
Arlin D. Jent. upon appeal from district court in and for district of Idaho, 
southern division; brief for appellant. [1935.] cover title, ii+36 p. ± 

J 1.13: J 455 

Jones, Mrs. Charlotte J. No. ^, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. David Barclay Nevius [representing estate 
of Charlotte Jane Jones], on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax 
Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1934.] cover title, ii+9 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13: J 712/3 

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Kaempfer Trust. No. 587, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Fred Kaf^mpfer, 
Fred William Kaempfer, and Harry Seeberger, as trustees of Kaempfer Irust, 
V. Mabel G. Reinecke [collector of internal revenue], on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7tli circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1935.] cover title, i +11 p. $ J 1.13 : K 117 

Kamas dtp Ice Company. In equity, no. 2536, in district court for western 
district of Missouri, United States v. Kansas City Ice Company et al. ; supple- 
mental decree. [1934.] cover title, 3 p. J J 1.13 : K 133/35 

Kassin, Arthur. No. 569, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States on 
relation of Arthur Kassin v. Raymond J. Mulligan, United States marshal for 
southern district of New York, and Garrett W. Cotter, United States commis- 
sioner for southern district of New York, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. 
[1935.] cover title, i+9 p. % J 1.13 :K 154 

Eerbangh, Henry 8. No. 2957, in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. Henry S. Kerbaugh, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1934.] cover 
title, ii+20 p. $ J 1.13 : K 452/2 

Klamath Indians. No. E-346, in Court of Claims, Klamath and Moadoc tribes 
and Yahooskin band of Snake Indians vs. United States ; defendant's objec- 
tions to plaintiffs' motion for new trial and to amend special findings of fact 
and to make additional ones. [1934.] cover title, 8 p. J J 1.13 : K 662/3 

Lee, Frances O. No. 2956, in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, Frances G. 
Lee i\ commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of 
Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, i+15 p. 
large 8° t J 1.13 : L 511/2 

Leonard, Lawrence C. In Court of Claims, no. 41877, Lawrence C. Leonard v. 
United States ; defendant's motion for new trial [and] memorandum in support 
of motion. [1934.] p. 13-27. t J 1.13 : L 552/7 

Louis, Mrs. Cora K. No. 6333, in Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, 
Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, v. Mrs. Cora K. Louis, 
on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner 
in opposition to respondent's motion to dismiss and on merits. [1934.] cover 
title, ii+22p. t J 1.13 :L 929/4 

MacCrackcn, William P., jr. No. 339, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Chesley 
W. Jurney [sergeant at arms of Senate] v. William P. MacCracken, jr., on writ 
of certiorari to Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for petitioner. 
[1934.] cover title, ii-f 54 p. | J 1.13 : M 137/14 

McGlone, Frank P. No. 6194, June sessions, 1934, in district court for eastern 
district of Pennsylvania, United States v. Frank P. McGlone [et al.] ; indict- 
ment. [1934.] cover title, 5 p. t J 1.13 :M 176/2 

Manhattan General Equipment Company. Nos. — , in circuit court of appeals 
for 2d circuit, Manhattan General Equipment Co. v. commissioner of internal 
revenue ; Collier Service Corporation, formerly Broadway Subway Advertising 
Co., Inc., V. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Ap- 
peals ; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, iii+44 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13 : M 314/8 

Merrell, Eugetie E. No. 543, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Eugene 
E. Merrell v. Unitetl States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 2d circuit ; brief for United States in opposition. [1934.] cover 
title, i+10 p. $ J 1.13 : M 55/2 

Miller, Charles A. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commissioner of 
internal revenue v. Charles G. Miller and Harold B. Miller, as executors of 
Charles A. Miller, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; 
brief for iietitioner. [1934.] cover title, ii+23 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13 : M 612/3 

Moore, Martin B. In Court of Claims, no. 42855, Sarah E. Moore, executrix of 
Martin B. Moore, v. United States ; demurrer [and brief in support of de- 
murrer]. [1935.] p. 18-21. t .T 1.13 :M 785 

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Murch Brothers Construction Company, Incorporated. In Court of Claims, 
no. M-92, Murch Brothers Construction Company, Inc., v. United States; 
defendant's exceptions to fhidings of commissioner. [1934.] p. 25-28. t 

J 1.13 : M 937 

National Casket Company, Incorporated. No. 5691, in circuit court of appeals 
for 3d circuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. National Casket Company, 
Inc., on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for 
petitioner. [1935.] cover title, i+14 p. t J 1.13 :N 213/94 

Needham, Leslie A. No. 555, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Leslie A. 
Needham v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 7th circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1934.] 
cover title, i+6 p. $ J 1.13 : N 289/2 

Nortz, F. Euffene. No. 531, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, F. Eugene Nortz 
V. United States, on certificate from Court of Claims ; brief for United States. 
[1935.] cover title, iii+42 p. t J 1.13 :N 829/7 

Same ; memorandum for United States containing excerpts from laws of 

other countries. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. $ J 1.13 :N 829/8 

Olds d Whipple, Incorporated. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. Olds & 
Whipple, Inc.. v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of 
decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, 
i+22 p. large 8" $ J 1.13 : 01 1/17 

Opinions. Opinion of Attorney General, Sept. 22-Nov. 21, 1934. [Advance sheets, 
issued separately.] 

Note. — The opinions of the Attorney General are now issued separately, instead of in 
signatures as formerly, and will be published later in bound volumes. Subscribers 
may deposit $1.00 with the Superintendent of Documents and receive the contents of a 
volume of the separate opinions as they are issued ; single copies are usually .5c. Prices 
for bound volumes furnished upon application to the Superintendent of Documents, 
"Washington, D. C. 

Application of definitions contained in World War veterans act; Oct. 10, 1934. [1935.] 
4 p. Jl.o/a: V641/2 

Bids for construction of naval vessels ; Oct. 2, 1934. [1935.] 2 p. J 1.5/a : V 637/2 

Questions arising in connection with Indian lands; Nov. 1, 1934. [1935.] 3 p. 

J 1.5/a : In 25/2 
Questions arising under Bankhead cotton control act; Sept. 22, 1934. [1935.] 3 p. 

J 1.5/a : B 225 
Questions submitted by Railroad Retirement Board; Nov. 21, 1934. [1935.] 4 p. 

J 1.5/a : R 132/2 
Responsibilities of Treasury Department and Department of Justice in matters of com- 
promise ; Nov. 5, 1934. [1935.] 4 p. J 1.5/a :T 71/3 
Subsistence homesteads for Indians; Oct. 31, 1934. [1935.] 4 p. J 1.5/a : In 25/3 

Oregon. No. 13, original, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. 
Oregon ; complainant's exceptions to report of special master. [1935.] cover 
title, 6 p. + J 1.13 : Or 3/28 

Parlton, Edward J. No. 6176, in Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, Jan. 
term, 1934, Edward J. Parlton and Alfred H. Smith, otherwise known as Hazel 
Albert Smith, v. United States, appeal from Supreme Court of District of 
Columbia ; confession of error by United States and statement of Attorney 
General. [1935.] cover title, 28 p. ^ J 1.13 : P 239/3 

Ferry, John M. No. 532, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, John IM. Perry v. 
United States, on certificate from Court of Claims ; brief for United States. 
[1935.] cover title, v+92 p. il. % J 1.13 :P 429/4 

Peters, Charles J. In Court of Claims, no. 42583, Charles J. Peters v. United 
States ; no. 42584, George W. Peters v. [same] ; defendant's request for findings 
of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 25-37, t J 1.13 : P 442/9 

Pitman, Mrs. Lucinda. No. 1143, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, 
W. G. Fink and W. S. Sprague, executors of Lucinda Pitman, v. commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals 
(district of Oklahoma) ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+28 p. t 

J 1.13 : P 683/4 

Repoi-f. Annual report of Attorney General, fiscal year 1934. 1934. vi+218 p. 
* Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 17-9090 J 1.1 : 934 

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Rkzo, Frank. No. 621, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. 
Frank Rizzo. claimant of 146,157 gallons of alcohol; petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit. [1935.1 cover title, 
i + 10 p. t J 1.13 :R 529 

United States circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, no. 5247, Oct. term, 

1933, Frank Rizzo, claimant [of 146.157 gallons of alcohol], vs. United States, 
appeal from district court for district of New Jersey ; [proceedings]. [1935.] 
p. 507-529. t J 1-13 : R 529/2 

Si. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railicai/. Nos. 471 and 472, in Supreme 
Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
et al. V. Bankers Trust Company and William H. Bixby, trustees [under 
first-mortgage bonds of St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway 
Company], on writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for Sth cir- 
cuit ; brief for United States and Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 
[1934.] cover title, xi+155 p. il. t J 1.13 : Sa 24/55 

Nos. 471-472. 531-532, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States, 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation, et al. r. Bankers Trust Company and 
William H. Bixby, trui^tees [imder first-mortgage bonds of St. Louis, Iron 
Mountain and Southern Railway Company], on writs of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for Sth circuit ; F. Eugene Nortz r. United States ; John 
M. Perry r. [same], on certificates from Court of Claims; appendix to briefs 
for Government in above cases. [1934.] cover title, ii-|-152 p. t 

J 1.13 : Sa 24/56 

Scholl, Philii) A. In Court of Claims, no. 42623, Philip A. Scholl v. United 
States ; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report and request for find- 
ings in lieu thereof. [1935.] i). 11-12. t J 1.13 : Sch 64 

Schtccitzcr, Edmund 0. Nos. 5323-24, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Ednumd O. Schweitzer v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petitions for 
review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1934.] 
cover title, ii-f20 p. large S° t J 1.13: Sch 97 

Slai/ton, Mrs. LucUa H. No. 2950. in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, 
Luella Hoyt Slayton v. conuuissioner of internal revenue, on iietition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1934.] 
cover title, iii-i-33 p. large 8° % J 1.13:8119/7 

Sley System Oarages. Nos. 5543 and 5542, in circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit, Oct. term. 1934, Sley System Garages v. United States; Harry Sley 
r. I same, on appeal from di>?trict court lor eastern district of Pennsylvania] ; 
supplement to appellee's brief. [1934.] cover title, 13 p. $ J 1.13: SI 29/2 

Speier, Herman. In Court of Claims, no. M-273, Herman Speier v. United 
States; defendant's brief and request for findings of fact. [1935.] p. 25- 
38. t J 1.13 :Sp 32/4 

Standard Oil Companii. In Court of Claims, no. M-159, Standard Oil Company 
(New Jer.sey) v. United States; defendant's brief. [1934.] p. 65-85. t 

J 1.13 : St 24/97 

Talbot, William H. No. 7472, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, commis- 
sioner of internal revenue r. Susan Talbot Ricker, A. G. Harms, and Wells- 
Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company, co-executors of William H. Talbot, on 
petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. 
[1935.] cover title, ii-f 31 p. % J 1.13 :T 142/8 

Ten Eyck, Peter O. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commissioner of 
internal revenue v. Peter G. Ten Eyck, on petition for review of decision of 
Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii-f24 p. 
large S° t J 1.13 : T 25/3 

Thateher, John, d Son. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commissioner 
of internal revenue v. John Thatcher and Son, on petition for review of deci- 
sion of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, 
ii-l-26 p. large 8° + J 1.13 : T 323 

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Thompson, Marion G. In circuit court of appeals for 2cl circuit, Marjorie G. 
Bryant and Helen G. Archibald, administratrices of Marion G. Thompson, v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on ijetition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+14 p. large 8° ? 

J 1.13 : T 375/2 

Thompson, Roiert J. No. 564, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Northern Trust 
Company, administrator of Robert J. Thompson, v. Urey Woodson, as Alien 
Property Cusitodian. W. A. Julian, as Treasurer of United States, and Reichs- 
bank, on petition for writ of certiorari to Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia ; memorandum for respondents. [1935.] cover title, 5 p. t 

J 1.13 : T 377/5 

Troup, Clarence G. No. 5279, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, commis- 
sioner of internal revenue v. Clarence G. Troup, on petition for review of deci- 
sion of Board of Tax Appeals; reply brief of petitioner. [1935.] cover title, 
ii-fl4 p. large 8° t J 1.13 : T 757/2 

Turner, Richard B. No. — , in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Guy T. Helvering, 
commissioner of internal revenue, v. James L. Rankin, executor of Richard B. 
Turner ; petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit. 
[1934.] cover title, i+10 p. $ J 1.13 : T 857/4 

United States circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, no. 5424, Mar. term, 

1934, estate of Richard B. Turner [James L. Rankin, executor] vs. commis- 
sioner of internal revenue [on petition for review from Board of Tax Appeals ; 
proceedings]. [1934.] p. 43-48. t J 1.13 :T 857/3 

United States Casualty Company. No. 6205, in Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, United States Casualty Company v. Robert J. 
Hoage, deputy commissioner of United States Employees' Compensation Com- 
mission for District of Columbia, and Agnes Stamps [widow of Robert L. 
Stamps] ; brief for appellees. [1935.] cover title, i-f 44 p. t 

J 1.13 : Un 3/201 

Van Dom Iron Works Company. In Court of Claims, no. 42842, Van Dorn Iron 
Works Company v. United States ; special answer of defendant. [1934.] 
p. 21-24. t J 1.13 : V 287/6 

Matts, John J. Nos. 91-93, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. John J. 

Watts V. commissioner of internal revenue ; Hugh Cj Sicard v. [same] ; 

Parker Sloane v. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Board of 

Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+20 p. large 8° % 

J 1.13 : W 349/3 
^yeirto)h Steel Company. In equity no. 1060, in district court for district of 

Delaware, United States v. Weirton Steel Company; brief for plaintiff. 

[1934.] cover title, vii +280 p. t J 1.13 : W 433/3 

Same ; plaintiff's requests for findings of fact and conclusions of law. 

[1934.] cover title, 17 p. t J 1.13 :W 433/4 

Same; reply brief for plaintiff. [1935.] cover title, i-f 18 p. t 

J 1.13 : W 433/5 

M>st Virginia. No. — , original, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United 

States V. West Virginia [et al.] ; motion for leave to file bill of complaint and 

bill of complaint. [1935.] cover title, 166 p. t J 1.13 : W 52/29 

^yilson. John F. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commissioner 
of internal revenue v. United States Trust Company of New York, trustee 
under deed of trust of John F. Wilson, on petition for review of decisions of 
Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+30 p. 
large 8° J J 1.13 : W 694/7 

Wood, Ellen A. No. 2977, in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, Ellen Ayer 

Wowl V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 

of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, i+13 p. 

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Case.?. Supplement 1 to Digest of veterans' insurance cases published by Bureau 
of AVar Risk Litigation, Department of Justice. Sept. 1934. [1]+41 p. 
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LABOR DEPARTMENT 

Cotton Textile Industry Inquiry Board. Report of Board of Inquiry for Cot- 
ton Textile Industry to the President [Sept. 17, 1934]. [1935.] 16 p. t 
L. C. card 35-26011 L 1.2 : C 82 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Death. Comparability of maternal mortality rates iii United States and certain 
foreign countries, study of effects of variations in assignment procedures, 
definitions of live births, and completeness of birth registration [with list of 
references] ; by Elizabeth C. Tandy. 1935. v+24 p. (Bureau publication 
229.) * Paper. 5c. 
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Posture. Good posture in little child; [poster]. 1934. 24X35.1 in. [Poster 
relates to Bureau publication 219, which carries same title.] t L5.14: P 84/7 

Relief irork. Changes during Oct. 1934 in ilifferent types of public and private 
relief in urban areas. Dec. 15, 1934. 8 leaves, il. 4° t L 5.33: 934/2 

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

Employment. Twelve and one-half million registered for work [by Employment 
Service, vear ended June 30] 1934 ; prepared bv Division of Standards and 
Research. 1935 v+98 p. il. t 
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IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 

Chinese in United States. Chinese exclusion laws and immigration laws as ap- 
plied to Chinese, pt. 1; by Howard D. Ebey. Jan. 21. 1035. 11 p. (Lecture 
32, 2d series.) [Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t 

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series.) [Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t L 15.10: 33 

Treaty, laws, and rules governing admission of Chinese, rules of Oct. 1, 

1920. 1934. iii +87 p. [This etlition omits list of administrative districts 
included in 1931 edition as Rule 29.] * Paper, 15c. 

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Imniifjration. Enforcement of immigration laws in relation to insular posses- 
sions and Territories : by A. R. Archibald. Jan. 14, 1935. 12 p. (Lecture 31. 
2d series.) t L 15.10: 31 

Immigration and naturalization statistics of United States, their nature, 

volume, atid method of compilation ; bv J. J. Kunna and H. L. Stanforth. Jan. 
7, 1935. 14 p. (Lecture 30, 2d series.) t L 15.10: 30 

LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU 

Building operations in principal cities of United States, Nov. 1934; prepared by 
Division of Construction and Public Employment. 1935. [l]-f20 p. (Serial 
no. R. 189.) [Monthly.] t L 2.6/a 4 : 934/11 

Bulletins. List of Bulletins of Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nov. 1. 1934. [1934.] 
vp. (Serial no. R. 178.) t L 2.2 : B 87/934 

Codes of fair eompetition. Summary of permanent codes adopted under national 
industrial recovery act during Aug. 1934. [1934.] 6 p. (Serial no. R. 173.) 
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Same during Sept. 1934. [1934.] 4 p. (Serial no. R. 181.) [From 

Monthly labor review, Nov. 1934.] t L 2.6/a : C 648/14 

Consumets' cooperation. Operation of local consumers' cooperative societies in 
1933: by Florence E. Parker. 1934. ii+1041-66 p. [From Monthly labor 
review, v. 39, no. 5. Nov. 1934.] t L 2.6/a : C 766/2 

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Cooperative associatiom. Organization and management of cooperative gaso- 
line and oil associations, with model bylaws. [Oct. 1934.] v+36+vi p. (Bul- 
letin 606 ; Cooperation series. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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[by S. J. Barrick]. 

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WOMEN'S BUREAU 

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Women in industry. AVhat wage-earning woman contributes to family support ; 
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CATALOG DIVISION 

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documents division 

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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Boundary layers. On theory of laminar boundary layers involving separation 
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cover title, 22 p. il. 4° (Report 504.) [Text and illustration on p. 2 and 3 
of cover.] * Paper, 10c. 
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NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL 

Oovemment offices. United States of America, Federal Government; [organiza- 
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cataloged.] % Y 3.N 21/9 : 2 Or 3/chart l/rev.-2 

Manual. [Daily revised manual of emergency recovery agencies and facilities 
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United States Government manual, revised currently, simplified textbook 

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NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

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June 29, 1934, eflEective July 9, 1934, and replaces the National Labor Board, which 
ceased to exist on the latter date. 

Decisions of National Labor Relations Board, July 9-Dec. 1934. 1935. xiv -f 
223 D * Paper 20c 
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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 

Blue Eagle. Blue Eagle. 

Note. — Beginning May 1, 1934, the National Recovery Administration initiated 
the distribution of individual Blue Eagle cards for display by employers operating 
under approved codes. The new Blue Eagle, with the former phrase " We do our 
part " replaced by the single word " Code " serves to identify the employer who did 
his part and who now, under an approved code, Is cooperating with others in his 
trade or industry, to complete the work of recovery. Beneath the word " Code " 
appears the name of the trade or industry to which the employer belongs and his 
individual registration number. The individual Blue Eagle cards are not listed sep- 
arately in the Monthly catalog. 

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60 January 1935 

Blue Eagle — Continued. 

Blue Eagle, v. 2, no. 29 [l]-4; Jan. 2^25, 1985. [1935.] Each 8 p. il. f" 

[Weekly ; none issued Dec. 31, 1934. The issues for Jan. 2 and 9 were in- 
correctly numbered v. 2, no. 29 and v. 2, no. 30 instead of v. 2. no. 1 and v. 2, 
no. 2. ] t Y 3. N 21/8 : 19/2-1 to 2-4 

Note. — In the interest of economy, coordination, and cooperation with industry, 
the National Recovery Administration publishes the Blue Eagle for the purpose of 
maintaining contact with all code authorities, compliance boards, administrative mem- 
bers on the code authorities, trade associations, and other individuals and bodies 
interested in rulings and policies of N. R. A. Others who may wish to follow NRA 
activities may also find interest in the Bine Eagle and here turn for authentic view- 
points and policies. 

Codes of fair competition. 

Note. — The codes for the following industries (except those designated as approved) 
merely reflect the proposals of the industries, and none of the provisions contained 
therein are to be regarded as having received the approval of the National Recovery 
Administration as applying to those industries. 

y^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for advertising specialty industry, 

■as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 1702-2-01; 

Approved cotle no. 65, amendment 1. ) * I'aper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.05/amdt.l 

■- Amendment to Code of fair competition for alloys industry, as approved 

on Dec. 18, 1934. 1934. [21+4 p. (Registry no. 1201-08; Approved code no. 
515. amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.515/amdt.l 

v-t Amendment to Code of fair competition for bituminous coal industry, as 

approved on Jan. 8, 1935. 1985. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 702-45; Approved 
code no. 24, amendment 5.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N21/8: 7ap.24/amdt.5 

^ Amendment to Code of fair coinpctiti(;n for candle manufacturing in- 
dustry and beeswax bleachers and refiners industry, as approved on Dec. 22, 
1934. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Keiristry no. 025-01 ; Approved eode n(t. 302. amend- 
ment 1.) * Paper, ."c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.302/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for canning industry, as approved 

on Jan. 15. 1935. 19:',."). [21+4 p. (Registrv no. ](r>-03 ; Approved code no. 
446, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.440/amdt.3 

— — Amendment to Code of fair competition for cap and closure industry, as 
approved on Dec. 20, 1934. 1934. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1022-1-03; Ap- 
proved code no. 58, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8: 7 ap.58/amdt.l 

■=- — Amendment to Code of fair competition for celluloid button, buckle, and 
novelty manufacturing industry, as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] + 
3 p. (Registry no. 1009-05; Approved code no. 400, amendment 1.) * Paper, 
5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.400/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for clay drain tile manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Jan. 5, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1042- 
04; Approved code no. 364, amendment 1.) * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.364/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for coal dock industry, as ap- 
proved on Dec. 28. 19:^4. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 701-35; Approved 
code no. 337, amendment 1. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.337/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for cocoa and chocolate manufac- 
turing industry, as approved on Jan. 9, 1935. 1935. [2] -1-4 p. (Registry no. 
110-01; Approved code no. 464, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c*. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.464/amdt.l 
^^- Amendment to Code of fair competition for construction industry, as ap- 
proved on Jan. 10, 1935. 1935. [2]-|-4 p. (Registry no. 1616-2-31 ; Approved 
code no. 244, amendment 6. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/amdt.6 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for cork industry, as approved on 

Jan. 16, 1935. 1935. [2] -1-5 p. (Registry no. 308-1^1; Approved code no. 
199, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l99/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for corset and brassiere indus- 
try, as approved on Dec. 21, 1934. 1934. [2] -+-4 p. (Registry no .220-1-02; 
Approved code no. 7, amendment 2.) * Paiter, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.7/amdt.2 



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Januakt.1935 61 

€'^<€«ot fair competition — Continued. 

•'- Amendment to Code of fair competition for corset and brassiere industry, 

as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. ( Registry no. 220-1-02 ; Ap- 
proved code no. 7, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.7/amdt.3 

— — Amendment to Code of fair competition for cotton textile industry, as 
^approved on Jan. 22, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. ( Registry no. 299-25 ; Approved 
•code no. 1, amendment 12.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l/amdt.l2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for dress manufacturing indus- 

ti-y, as approved on Jan. 4, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 228-01; 
Approved code no. 64. amendment 4.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.64/amdt.4 

— — Amendment to Code of fair competition for electric storage and wet 
primary battery industry, as approved on Dec. 20. 1934. 1934. [2] +3 p. 
(Regi.strv no. 699-1-05; Approved code no. 40. amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.40/amdt.2 

- *^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for funeral service industry, as. 
approved on Jan. 9. 1934. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1749-04; Approved 
code no. 384, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.3S4/amdt.3. 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for fur dealing trade, as ap- 
proved on Jan. 9, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 917-10: Approved 
code no. 381, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.X 21/8 : 7 ap.381/amdt.3 

— — Amendment to Code of fj'.ir competition for household ice refrigerator 
industry, as approved on Jan. 19. 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registrj- no- 
1328-1-01 : Approved co<le no. 183, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S': 7 ap.l83/2/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for lace manufacturing industry, 

as approved on Dec. 24, 1934. 1934. 12] +5 p. (Registry no. 244-01; Ap- 
proved code no. 6, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.6/amdt.3 

~ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for lumber and timber products 
industry, as approved on Dec. 18, 1934. 1934. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 313- 
1-06; Approved code no. 9, amendment 26.) * Paper. .5c. 
. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.9/amdt.26 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for lumber and timber products 

industry, as approved on Jan. 8, 1935. 1935. [2]-|-4 p. (Registry no. 313- 
1-06 ; Approved code no. 9. amendment 27. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.9/amdt.27 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for lumber and timber products 
industry, as approved on Jan. 14, 1935. 1935. [2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 313- 
1-06 ; Approved code no. 9, amendment 28. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.x 21/8 : 7 ap.9/amdt.28 

- ^' Amendment to Code of fair competition for machinery and allied prod- 

ucts industry, as approved on Dec. 18, 1934. 1934. [2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 
1399-65 ; Approved code no. 347, amendment 8. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347/amdt.8 
—^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for pictui e moulding and picture 

frame industry, as approved on Dec. 19. 1934. 1934. [2] +4 p. (Registry 
no. 1122-09; Approved code no. 208, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 
, Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.208/amdt.2 

— ^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for pleating, stitching, and 
bonnaz and hand embroidery industry, as approved on Jan. 14. 1935. 1935. 
[2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 2.31-1-06; Approved code no. 276. amendment 2.) 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.276 'amdt.2 

• Amendment to Code of fair competition for restaurant indu.strv. as ap- 
proved on Dec. 19, 1934. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1728-2-11; Ap- 
• proved code no. 282, amendment 2.) *Paper. 5c. Y o.N 21/S : 7 ap.2S2/am;lt.2 

• Amendment to Code of fair competition for retail monument industry, 

as approved on Dec. 18, 19.34. 19.34. [2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 1030-12; 
Approved code no. 366, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.366/amdt.2 

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62 January 1935 

Cades of fair competition — Continued. 

' Amendment to Code of fair competition for retail monument industry, 

as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Registry no. 1030-12; Ap- 
proved code no. 366, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.366/amdt.3 

-*— Amendment to Code of fair competition for retail trade, as approved on 
Jan. 2, 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Registry no. 1625-2-02; Approved code no. 60, 
amendment 8.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.60/amdt.8 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for rubber manufacturing indus- 
try, as approved on Dec. 18, 1934. 1934. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 899-04; 
Approved code no. 156, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. 

J Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l56/amdt.3 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for sanitary and waterproof 

specialties manufacturing industry, as approved on Jan. 18, 1935. 1935. 
[2] +4 p. (Registry no. 899-1-01; Approved code no. 342, amendment 2.) 
* Pai)er, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.342/amdt.2 

— — Amendment to Code of fair competition for smoking pipe manufacturing 
industry, as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1651- 
02 ; Approved code no. 225, amendment 1. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.225/amdt.l 

■ • Amendment to Cofle of fair competition for stone finishing machinery 

and equipment industry, as approved on Jan. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. 
(Registry no. 1399-26; Approved code no. 158, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l58/amdt.l 

■^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for textile processing industry, 
as approved on Jan. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 299-1-13; 
Approved code no. 235, amendment 6.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.235/amdt.6 ; 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for toll bridge industry, as 
approved on Dec. 20, 1934. 1934. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1713-2-15; 
Approved code no. 431, amendment 1.) ♦ Paper, oc. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.431/amdt.l 

-^^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for transparent materials con- 
verters industry, as approved on Jan. 11, 1\YA'^. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry 
no. 402-02; Approved code no. 382, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.382/amdt.l 

■^ — Amendment to Code of fair comiietition for undergarment and negligee 
industry, as approved on Dec. 29, 1934. 1935. [2] +4 p. (RegistiT no. 
277-1-01 ; Approved code no. 408, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap. 408/2/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for used textile machinery and 

accessories distributing trade, as appi"oved on Dec. 21, 1934. 1934. [2] +4 p. 
(Registry no. 1333-12; Approved code no. 380, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.380/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for watch case manufacturing 

industiT. as approved on Jan. 8. 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Registry no. 1225-01 ; 
Approved code no. 178, amendment 2.) *Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.l78/2/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for wire, rod. and tube die indus- 
try, as approved on Jan. 16, 1935. 1935. [2]-f3 p. (Registry no. 1399-37; 
Approved code no. 250, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.250/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for women's belt industry, as ap- 
proved on Dec. 29, 1934. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 902-1-01; Approved 
code no. 41, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.41/amdt.2 

Amendment to [Supplementary] code of fair competition for beauty and 

barber equipment and supplies trade, division of wholesaling or distributing 
trade, as approved on Jan. 9, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1606-04; 
Approved code no. 201D, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.201D/amdt.2 

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January 1935 63 

Cofies of fair com/petition — Continued. 

—J^— Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for blue crab in- 
dustry, division of fishery industrj', as approved on Dec. 18, 1934. 1934. 
[2] +5 p. (Registry no. 117-16; Approved code no. 30SE, amendment 1.) 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.30S E/amdt.l 

— -^ Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for complete wire 
and iron fence industry, division of fabricated metal products manufacturing 
and metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on Jan. 22, 1935. 
1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1113-01; Approved code no. 84L1, amendment 
1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.84 L 1/amdt.l 

— ^ Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for cotton con- 
verting industry, division of cotton textile industry, as approved on Dec. 27, 

1934. 1935. [2] +7 p. (Registry no. 299-48; Approved code no. lA, amend- 
ment 1. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.l A/amdt.l 

— — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for cutlery, mani- 
cure implement, and painters and paperhangers tool manufacturing and as- 
sembling industry, division of fabricated metal products manufacturing and 
metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on Jan. 16, 1935. 

1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1108-05 [1108-1-05] ; Approved code no. 84J, 
amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.84 J/amdt.2 

L Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for locomotive 

manufacturing industry, division of machinery and allietl products industry, 
as approved on Dec. 31, 1934. 1935. [2]-f7 p. (Registry no. 1312-07; Ap- 
proved code no. 347C, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347C/amdt.2 

■'^ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for tool and imple- 
ment manufacturing industry, division of fabricated metal products manu- 
facturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on Jan. 
16, 1935. 1935. [2]-l-4 p. (Registry no. 1149-1-05: Approved code no. 84G, 
amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84G/amdt.2 

— Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for wholesale sta- 
tionery trade, division of wholesaling or distributing trade, as approved on 
Jan. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 409-06; Approved code no. 
201F, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.X 21/8 : 7 ap.201F/amdt.2 



^■^ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for wood floor 
contracting industry, division of construction industry, as approved on Jan. 
14, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1616-1.30: Approved code no. 244K, 
amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 2L/8 : 7 ap.244K/anidt.l 

^^ Cancellation of Code of fair competition for cinders, ashes, and scavenger 

trade, as approved on Dec. 19, 1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +3 p. 
- (Order 191-6. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l91-6/cancel. 

Code appendix for fireplace furnishings manufacturing industry, subdivi- 
sion of fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and 
metal coating industry, as approved on Dec. 21. 1934. 1934. [2] +7 p. (Reg- 
istry no. 1629-07 : Approved code no. 84, appendix 3. ) * Paper. .5c. 

^ Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84/app.3 

Code appendix for mine tool manufacturing industry, subdivision of 

fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coat- 
ing industry, as approved on Jan. 4, 1935. 1935. [2]-f6 p. (Registry no. 
114&-18 ; Approved code no. 84, appendix 4. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.84/app.4 
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Code of fair competition for alloy casting industry, as approved on Jan. 

30, 1934. 1934. [2]+5&3-575 p. (Registry no. 1201-1-02; Approved code 
no. 237, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1-3.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.x 21/8 : 7 ap.237/2 

-^=^— Code of fair competition for athletic goods manufacturing industrv, as 
approved on Feb. 2, 1934. 1934. [2] -f 107-125 p. (Registry no. 1657-1-04; 
Approved code no. 254, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 
2.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.X 21/8 : 7 ap.254/2 

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64 January 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

■i^ — Code of fair competition for baking industry in Puerto Rico, as approved 

on Dec. 21, 1034. 1934. [2] +1-14 p. (Registry no. 101-39; Approved code 

no. 539. ) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 34-26009 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.539 

Q Code of fair competition for barber sliop trade, as approved on Apr. 19, 

1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +331-347 p. (Registry no. 1708-10; 
Approved code no. 398, reprint.) [This is a reissue with the addition of a 
footnote.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.398/2 



Code of fair competition for bedding manufacturing industry, as approved 
on Jan. 23, 1934. 19C^4. [2] +311-331 p. (Registry no. 1607-1-01 ; Approved 
code no. 219, reprint.) [This reprint includes amenthnents 1-4.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.219/2 

Code of fair comitetition for blouse and .skirt manufacturing industries, 

as approved on Dec. 30, 1933. l>y President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +605-621 i). 
(Registry no. 210-01 : Approved code no. 194, reprint.) [This reprint includes 
amendment 1.] * Paper. 5c. Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.194/2 

— — Code of fair competition for boot and shoe manufacturing industry,, as 
approved on Oct. 3, 1933. by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +541-550 p. 
(Registry no. 904-1-05; Ai)proved code nn. 44. reprint.) [This reprint in- 
cludes amendment 1.] * Paper. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.44/2 



Code of fair comitetition for butling and polishing composition industry, 
as approved on Nov. 4, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +501-510 p. 
(Registry no. 1001-01 ; Approved code no. 97. reprint.) [This reprint includes 
amendment 1.] * Paper, 5<-. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.97/2 

Code of fair comi)etition for builders supplies trade, as approved on Oct. 3, 
1933, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +16 p. (Registry no. 1013-3-02; 
Approved code no. 37, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 2.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ai).37/2 

^ Code of fair competition for bulk drinking straw, wrapped drinking straw, 
wrapped toothpick, and wrapped manicure stick industry, as approved on 
Mar. 14, 1934. 1934. [2] +13-27 p. (Registry no. 407-08 ; Approved code no. 
331, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 2.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.331/2 

• ^ Code of fair competition for canned salmon industry, as approved on 
May 15. 19:?4. 1934. [2] +167-183 p. (Registry no. 106-09; Approved code 
no. 429.) [This is a reissue with the addition of footnotes.] • Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.429/2 

Code of fair competition for cap and doth hat industry, as approved on 

June 5, 1934. 1935. [2] +193-203 p. ( Registry no. 213-1-05: Approved code 
no. 457, reprint.) [Tliis reprint includes amendment 1.] * Pai)er, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.457/2 

— — Code of fair competition for carbon Itlack manufacturing industry, as 
approved on Feb. 8. 1934. 19:'4. |2]+319-:528 p. (Registry no. 70^-02 ; Ap- 
proved code no. 269.) [This is a reissue with change in paging but without 
change in text of code.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.269/2 

V Code of fair competition for cast iron soil pipe industry, as approved on 
Sept. 7, 193.3, by IM-esideiit Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +259-269 p. (Registry no. 
1128-01; Approved code no. 18, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 
1-3.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.18/2 

Code of fair competition for chlorine control apparatus industry and 

trade, as approved on Dec. 18. 19:J4. 1934. [2] +55-64 p. (Registry no. 
1330-04; Approved code no. 536.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 34-28279 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.536 

-^ — Cede of fair competition for clay macliinerv industry, as approved on 
Mar. IT, 1934. 1934. [2] -[-18:3-194 p. (Registry no. 1399-4."); Approved 
code no. 343, reprint.) [This renrint includes amendment 1.] * Paijer, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.343/2 

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January 1935 65 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 
V Code of fair competition for coin operated machine manufacturing indus- 
try, as approve<l on Jan. 23, 1934. 1934. ii+435-446 p. (Registry no. 1334- 
01; Approved code no. 228, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.228/2 

^ Code of fair competition for collapsible tube industry, as approved on Mar. 
17, 1934. 1934. [2] +209-219 p. (Registry no. 1140-01; Approved code no. 
345, reprint.) [This repi'int includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.345/2 



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Code of fair competition for cotton textile industry, as approved on July 9, 

1933, by President Roosevelt. 1934. iii+58 p. (Registry no. 299-25; Ap- 
proved co<;le no. 1. reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1-11 and 
supplement 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.1/3 

— *=-- Code of fair competition for die casting manufacturing industry,, as ap- 
proved on Mar. 8, 1934. 1934. [2] +525-536 p. (Registry no. 1224-1-02; 
Approved code no. 323, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.323/2 

^ Code of fair competition for drop forgiua iudustrv. a'^ approved on Mav 10, 

1934. 1934. [2] +85-98 p. (Registry no. 1110-02; Approved code no. '423, 
reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.423/2 



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Code of fair comjDetition for earthenware manufacturing industry, as 
approved on Mar. 8. 1934. 1934. [2] +513-527 p. (Registry no. 1016-03; 
Approved code no. 322. reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 
2.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.322/2 

— Cotle of fair competition for expanding and specialty paper products in- 
dustry, as approved on :Mar. 26, 1934. 1934. [2] +553-565 p. (Registry no. 
409-08; Approved code no. 369. reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 
1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.369/2 



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Code of fair competition for fabricated metal products manufacturing and 
metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on Nov. 2. 1933, by 
President Roosevelt. 1934. ii+18 p. (Registry no. 1118-06; Approved code 
no. 84, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 2 and appendices 
1 and 2.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84/3 

-^—- Code of fair competition for flat glass manufacturing industry, as ap- 
proved on Dec. 22, 1934. 1934. [2] +39-57 p. (Registry no. 1021-1-06; 
Approved code no. 541.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26017 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.541 

-^^ Code of fair competition for fresh water pearl button manufacturing in- 
dustry, as approved on Feb. 26, 1934. 1934. [2] +359-371 p. (Registry no. 
1009-1-02; Approved code no. 310, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1 and 2.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.310/2 

Code of fair competition for glazed and fancy pai^er industry, as approved 

on Feb. 1, 1934. 1934. [2] +41-53 p. (Regi.stry no. 407-06; Approved code 
no. 248. repi-int. ) [This reprint includes amen<lment 1.] * P;iper. 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.248/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for ladies" handbas: industrv. as approved on 
Mar. 14, 1934. 1934. [2] +27-39 p. (Registry no. 236-1-01; Approved code 
no. 332. reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.332/2 

-fe— Code of fair comi)etition for lye industry, as approved on Feb. 19, 1934. 
1934. [2] +221-230 p. (Registry no. 699-02 ; Approved code no. 3(X>, reprint.) 
[This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Pai>er. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.300/2 

-^•^ Code of fair competition for men's neckwear industrv, as approved on 
Mar. 24, 1934. 1934. [2] +467-484 p. ( Registry no. 248-1-02 ; Approved code 
no. 363, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1-4.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3. N 21/8 : 7 ap.363/2 

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66 Januabt 1935 

Cofiies of fair competition — Continued. 
^ Code of fair competition for metal treating industry, as approved on Mar. 
26, 1934. 1984. [2] +529^539 p. (Registry no. 1118-25; Approved code no. 
367, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.367/2 

— '— Code of fair competition for milk filtering materials and dairy products 
cotton wrappings industry, as approved on Apr. 19, 1934. 1934. [2]+307- 
316 p. (Registry no. 223-02; Approved code no. 396, reprint.) [This reprint 
includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.396/2 

Code of fair competition for motor vehicle maintenance trade, as ap- 
proved on Jan. 18, 1935, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +73-93 p. (Regis- 
try no. 1724-27 ; Approved code no. 543. ) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26062 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.543 

Code of fair competition for motor vehicle retailing trade, as approved 

on Oct. 3, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +563-577 p. (Registry 
no. 1403-32; Approved code no. 46, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1-3.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N21/8 : 7 ap.46/3 



*■ — Code of fair competition for narrow fabrics industry, as approved on Feb. 
27, 1934. 1934. [2] +387-397 p. (Registry no. 299-43; Approved code no. 
312, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y3.N21/8:7ap.312/2 

— Code of fair competition for newspaper printing press industry, as ap- 
proved on Mar. 5, 1934. 1934. [2] +473^83 p. ( Registry no. 1325-05 ; Ap- 
proved code no. 319, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 
5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.319/2 

Code of fair competition for nonferrous and steel convector manufactur- 
ing industry (concealed radiator industry), as approved on Feb. 10, 1934. 
1934. [2] +341-353 p. ( Registry no. 1131-01 ; Approved code no. 271, reprint. ) 
[This reprint includes amendment 1.] ♦ Paper, 5o. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.271/2 

-^•^ — Code of fair competition for Nottingham lace curtain industry, as ap- 
proved on Nov. 1, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. v+7 p. (Registry 
no. 226-1-04; Approved code no. 78, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ment 1.] ♦ Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.78/2 

~ — Code of fair competition for optical retail trade, ns approved on June 4, 
1934. 1934. [2]+14<>-l(;2 p. (Registry no. 164:5-Oi) ; Approved code no. 
454.) [This is a reissue with the addition of a footnote.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.454/2 

Code of fair competition for packaging machinery industry and trade, as 

approved on Oct. 31, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +187-198 p. 
(Registry no. 1399-30; Approved code no. 72, reprint.) [This reprint includes 
amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.72/2 

— — Code of fair competition for print roller and print block manufacturing 
industry, as approved on Mar. 26, 1934. 1934. [2] +541-551 p. (Registi-y 
no. 410-10; Approved code no. 308, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1 and 2.] * Paper. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.368/2 

'^ Code of fair competition for retail food and grocery trade, as approved 
on Dec. 30, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +457-475 p. (Registry 
no. 123-01; Approved code no. 182, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1-3.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.182/4 

~ — Code of fair competition for retail meat trade, as approved on Dec. 21, 
1934. 1934. [2] +15-37 p. 1 pi. (Registry no. 132-34; Approved code no. 
540. ) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 34-26006 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.540 

-^^ — Code of fair competition for river and harbor improvement industry, as 
approved on May 18, 1934. 1934. [2] +239-252 p. (Registry no. 1618-A-02; 
Approved code no. 434, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.434/2 



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Januaky 1935 67 

Cqdes of fair competition — Continued. 

-^ — Code of fair competition for sample card industry, as approved on Feb, 
19, 1934. 1934. [2] +231-243 p. (Registry no. 299-1-19; Approved code 
no. 301, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 
V Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.301/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for sanitary milk bottle closure industry, as 
approved on Mar. 26, 1934. 1934. [2] +581-593 p. (Registry no. 1608- 
02B; Approved code no. 371, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] 
*Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.371/2 

— y Code of fair competition for schiffli, hand machine embroidery, and em- 
broidery thread and scallop cutting industries, as approved on Feb. 2, 1934. 
1934. [2] +133-151 p. (Registry no. 231-1-05; Approved code no. 256, re- 
print. ) [This reprint includes amendment 1. ] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.256/2 

— ~ Code of fair competition for solid braided cord industry, as approved 
on Feb. 26, 1934. 1934. [2] +349-359 p. (Registry no. 219-01; Approved 
code no. 3()9, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.309/2 

—^ Code of fair competition for spice grinding industry, as approved on 
May 11, 1934. 1934. [2] +99-113 p. (Registry no. 142-01; Approved code 
no. 424, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 
/ Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.424/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for spray painting and finishing equipment man- 
ufacturing industry, as approved on Apr. 19, 1934. 1934. [2] +317-331 p. 
(Registry no. 1341-02; Approved code no. 397, reprint.) [This reprint in- 
cludes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.397/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for tag industry, as approved on Feb. 1, 1934. 
1934. [2] +53-66 p. (Registry no. 404-1-07; Approved code no. 249, re- 
print.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.249/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for talc and soapstone industry, as approved on 
Mar. 21, 1934. 1934. [2] +287-302 p. (Registry no. 1039-10; Approved code 
no. 350, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.350/2 

— '^^— Code of fair competition for tanning extract industry, as approved on 
Mar. 29, 1934. 1934. [2] +1-10 p. ( Registry no. 1658-1-01 ; Approved code 
no. 374, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.374/2 

— ^ Code of fair competition for trucking industry, as approved on Feb. 
10, 1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +431-454 p. (Registry no. 
1411-61; Approved code no. 278, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1-3.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.278/4 

-^ — Code of fair competition for umbrella frame and umbrella hardware 
manufacturing industry, as approved on Apr. 6. 1934. 1934. [2] +179-192 p. 
(Registry no. 1114-30; Approved code no. 386.) [This is a reissue with the 
addition of a footnote.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.3S6/2 

~ — Code of fair competition for used machinery and equipment distributing 
trade, as approved on Jan. 10, 1935. 1935. [2] +59-71 p. (Registry no. 
139&-29; Approved code no. 542.) * Paper, 5c. 
I^ C. card 35-26041 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.542 

Code of fair competition for washing and ironing machine manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Nov. 4, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] + 
461-470 p. (Registry no. 1399-11 [1399-1-11] ; Approved code no. 93, reprint.) 
[This reprint includes amendments 1-3.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.93/2 

^ ■ Code of fair competition for wire, rod, and tube die industry, as approved 
on Feb. 1, 1934. 1934. [2] +65-75 p. (Registry no. 139^-37; Approved code 
no. 250, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.250/2 

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68 January 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

— ^ Code of fair competition for women's neckwear and scarf manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Dec. 19, 1934. 1934. [2] +79-96 p. (Registry no. 

249-02 ; Approved code no. 538. ) * Paper, 5c. 
.. C. card 34-26005 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.538 



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Code of fair competition for wood heel industry, as approved on Feb. 9, 
1934. 1934. [21+329-341 p. (Registry no. 325-01; Approved code no. 270, 
reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.270/2 

-* — Code of fair competition for wood turning and shaping industries, as 
approved on Apr. 4, 1934. 1934. [21+125-155 p. (Registry no. 330-02; Ap- 
proved code n(K 383, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.1 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.383/2 

-*■ — Code of fair competition for wooden insulator pin and bracket manufac- 
turing industry, as approve<l on Mar. 16, 1934. 1934. [21 +115-126 p. (Reg- 
istry no. 330-1-01; Approvetl code no. 338, reprint.) [This reprint includes 
amendment 1.1 * I'apiT, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.38S/2 

V Code of fair competition for wrecking and salvage industry, as approved 
on Mar. 3, 1934. 1934. [21+459-472 p. (Registry no. 1616-104; Approved 
code no. 318, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.1 * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.318/2 

— ■ — Errata sheet, Code of fair conu^tition for caiivas stitched belt mfg. indus- 
try, as approved on May 9, 1934. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 205-02; Approved 
code no. 422 [errata .sheet].) Included in price of original code. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.422/errata 

—^ Errata sheet. Code of fair competition for construction machinery dis- 
tributing trade, as approved on Jan. 23, 1934. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 1399- 
17; Approved code no. 223 [reprint, errata sheet].) [The signature mark 
reads: 1050;S3 — 13S5-137 — ."55. Another Errata sheet, with the same title but 
with the signature mark 101440 — 1385-42 — :i4 appeared in the Montlily catalog 
for Dec. 1934, p. 480.] Included in price of reprint of original cmle. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.223/2/errata-2 

— ^ Errata sheet, Code of fair competition for shoe pattern manufacturing 
industry, as approved on May 26. 193-4. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 922-02; 
Approved code no. 444 [errata sheet].) Included in price of oi-iginal code. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.444/errata 

Labor provisions. 

Note. — In addition to the publications concerning the labor provisions of certain 
codes, issued separately, the National Uecovery Administration issues a series of posters, 
each one setting forth the approved labor provisions of an Individual code, and intended 
for display by employers operating under approved codes. These individual posters are 
not listed separately in the Monthly tutiilog. 

' Proposed supplementary code of fair competition for California mackerel 

processing industry, division of fishery industry, as revised for public hearing 
on Jan. 21, 1935 (hearing no. 473-R). 1935. [2]+l2 p. (Registry no. 117-95.) 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 sub.ll7-95/rev. 



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Supplementary code of fair competition for cement gun contractors indus- 
try, division of construction industry, as approved on Mar, 21, 1934. 1934. 
[2] +10 p. (Registry no. 1616-2-22; Approved code no. 244, supplement 4, 
reprint.) [This is chapter 5 of Code of fair competition for construction 
industry, chapter 1 of which was approved on Jan. 31, 1934. This reprint 
includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/supp.4-2 

Supplementary code of fair competition for coal cutting machine industry, 
division of machinery and allied products industry, as approved on Jan. 4, 
1935. 1935. [2] +9 p. (Registry no. 1414-15; Approved code no. 347. sup- 
plement 46.) * Paper. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347/supp.46 

^ Supplementary code of fair competition for coal mine loading machine 
industry, division of machinery and allied products industry, as approved 

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January 1935 69 

Codes of fair co-mpetition — Continued, 
on Jan. 4, 1935. 1935. [2] +9 p. (Registry no. 1414-14; Approved code 
no. 347, supplement 45.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347/supp.45 

" Supplementary code of fair comijetition for construction news service 
industry, as approved on Dec. 20, 1934. 1934. [2] +11 p. (Registry no. 
507-17; Approved code no. 244, supplement 19,) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/supp.l9 

— ^ Supplementary code of fair competition for gasket manufacturing indus- 
try, product group of automotive parts and equipment manufacturing in- 
dustry, as approve<l on Dec. 20, 1934. 1934. [2] +12 p. (Registry no. 
1404^54; Approved code no. 105, supplement 9.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l05/supp.9 
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— ~ Supplementary code of fair competition for New England sardine can- 
ning industry, division of fishery industry, as approved on Dec. 18, 1934. 
1934. [2] +16 p. (Registry no. 106-10; Approved code no. 308, supplement 
8. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.308/supp.8 

■ — ^ Supplementary code of fair competition for resilient flooring contracting 
industry, division of construction industry, as approved on May 29, 1934. 

1934. [2] +14 p. (Registry no. 1020-02; Approved code no. 244, supplement 
10.) [This is chapter 13 of Code of fair competition for construction indus- 
try, chapter 1 of which was approved on Jan. 31, 1934. This is a reissue with 
the addition of a footnote.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/supp.lO-2 

— ^ Supplementary code of fair competition for stone setting contractors 
industry, division of construction industry, as approved on Dec. 31, 1934. 

1935. [2] +11 p. (Registry no. 1039-2-04; Approved code no. 244, supplement 
20.) [This is chapter 21 of Code of fair competition for consti'uction industry, 
chapter 1 of which was approved on Jan. 31. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/supp.20 



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Supplementary code of fair competition for wiring device industry, divi- 
sion of electrical manufacturing industry, as approved on Jan. 15. 1935. 
1935. [2] +10 p. (Registry no. 1308-17; Approved code no. 4, supplements.) 
* Paper, oc. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.4/supp.3 

Purity Ice Company, Incorporated. Docket no. 2203, United States before Fed- 
eral Trade Commission, in matter of Purity Ice Company, Incorporated, and 
Felice Ferlise, as individual and as president of said Purity Ice Company, 
Incorporated ; brief in behalf of National Recovery Administration. [1934.] 
cover title, viii+246 p. 4° % Y 3.N 21/8 : 2 P 97 



NATIONAL RESOURCES BOARD 

Note. — The National Resources Board was established by the President through Execu- 
tive order 6777 of June 30. 19.34. The functions of the board are to prepare and present to 
the President a program and plan of procedure dealing with the physical, social, govern- 
mental, and economic aspects of public policies for the development and use of land, water, 
and other national resources, etc. 

By the same Executive order, the National Planning Board of the Federal Emergency 
Administration of Public Works was abolished, and all of its powers, duties, etc., frans- 
ferred to the National Resources Board. 

Report. [National Resources Board, report on national planning and public 
works in relation to natural resources and including land use and water re- 
sources, with findings and recommendations ; submitted to the President in 
accordance with Executive order G777. June 30. 19.34.] [1934.] pts. 2-5. 
pt. 2. Report of Land Planning Committee, p. 89-251. il. 4" * Paper, 3.5c. 

Y 3.N 21/12 : 2 P 69/pt.2 
pt. 3. Report of Water Planning Committee, p. 253-388, il. 2 pi. 24 maps, 4" * Paper, 

, „ $100. Y 3.N 21/12 : 2 P G9/pt.3 

pt. 4. Report of Planning Committee for Mineral Policy, p. 389-449. il. 4- * Paper, 

^ „ 15c. Y 3.N 21/12 : 2 P 69/pt.4 

pt. 5. Report of Board of Surveys and Maps. p. 451-455, 2 maps, 4° * Paper, 20c. 

Y 3.N 21/12 : 2 P 69/pt.5 

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70 January -1935 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Aircraft purchased by Navy Department [report of designs, aircraft, aircraft 
parts, and aeronautical accessories purchased by Navy Department during 
fiscal year 1934]. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 4, 1934 [1935]. 7 p. (S. doc. 6, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 2^-26979. 

Court-martial order 8 and 9, 1934 ; Aug. 31 and Sept. 29, 1934. [1934-35.] 13 p. 
and 11 p. 12° [Monthly. Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t 

N 1.14 : 934/8, 9 

Orders. General order 250 and 251 [6th series] ; Dec. 4 and 10, 1934. 1934. 
Each 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t 

N 1.13/6 : 250, 251 

Report. Annual report of Secretary of Navy, fiscal year 1934. 1934. iii4-32 p. 

L. C. card 8-8477 N 1.1 : 934 

Note. — For reasons of economy no annual reports of bureaus and oflBces of the Navy 
Department for 1934 have been printed. Manuscript copies thereof are on file in the 
bureaus and offices for reference. 

ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Marine engineering. Changes in Manual of engineering Instructions, [no.] D; 
July 1, 1934. [1934.] iii p. [Accompanied by record of changes, scope of 
manual of engineering instructions, table of contents, and reprints of certain 
pages to be in.serted in their proper places in chapters 4-10, 12, 14-15, 17-18, 
21, 24, 33, and 39 of the new edition of the Manual of engineering instruc- 
tions. A list of these reprinted pages is found on p. iii of Change D here 
cataloged.] % N 19.8/4 : D 

MARINE CORPS 

Orders. Marine Corps order 81-S4; Dec. 10-18, 1934. [1935.] 2 p. and 1 p. 
[Issued with perforations for insertion in binder. Marine Corps order 81-83 
issued as one publication.] t N 9.9/3 : 81-84 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU 

Naval medical bulletiti. United States naval medical bulletin, published quar- 
terly for information of Medical Department of Navy, v. 33, no. 1, Jan. 1935 ; 
[prepared in] Division of Publications. 1935. vi-|-l-167 p. 1 por. 7 pi. 
* Paper, 25c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.35. 
L. C. card 8^5095 N 10.11/1 : 33/1 

Special articles. — Motor-vehicle damage to men of Navy ; by Lucius W. Johnson. — 
Report of injuries admitted to hospital ship [Relief] in one year; by Arthur H. 
Bearing. — Practice of medicine in American Samoa [with one reference] ; by .Joseph L. 
Schwartz. — Gastric retention in peptic ulcer [with list of references] ; by Clarence C. 
Kress. — Physiology, pathology, and diagnosis of nephritis [with bibliography] ; by E. P. 
Kunkel. — Method of local anesthesia for intranasal operations ; by Franklin F. Lane. — 
Russell treatment of fractures of femur [with list of references] ; by Herman A. 
Gross. — Four interesting surgical cases ; by K. E. Lowman.— Goiter [with bibliogra- 
phy] ; by Ogden D. King. — Fractures of maxillae; by E. B. Howell. — Appendicitis [with 
list of references] ; by Rudolph D. Joldersma. — Industrial medicine ; by H. L. Shinn [to 
be continued]. — Report of 4 cases of tumors of gastrointestinal tract [with list of 
references] ; by R. H. Laning and A. W. Loy. — Polyorrhomenitis, case report [with 
bibliography] ; hy E. B. Erskine. — Anuria following administration of neoarsphena- 
mine, report of case ; by C. L. Andrus. — Phineas .7. Horwitz. 4th chief of Bureau of 
Medicine and Surgery.— Toxic effects of arsenical compounds employed in treatment of 
disease in Navy, 1933 ; by S. S. Cook and H. D. Campbell. 

NAVIGATION BUREAU 

Naral Reserve. Circular for information of persons desiring appointment as 
officers, or enlistment in Naval Reserve. Jan. 1935. [1]+12 p. 4° t 
L. C. card 30-27036 N 25.8 : Ap. 6/935 

Navi/. Articles for government of Navy, 1930. [Reprint with slight change] 
1932 [published 1934]. [l]-f22p. t 
L. C. card 35-26092 N 17.16/1 : Ar 7/930-2 

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January 1935 71 

HYDKOGRAPHIC OFFICE 

Note. — The charts, sailing directions, manuals, etc., of the Hydrographic Ofllce are sold 
ty the office in Washington and also hy agents at the principal American and foreign 
seaports and American lake ports. Copies of the General catalogue of mariners' charts 
are supplied free on application at the Hydrographic Office in Washington and at the 
branch offices in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah. New- 
Orleans, Galveston, San Francisco. San Pedro, Calif., San Juan, P. R., Captain of the 
Port, Panama Canal, Portland, (Oreg.), Seattle, Honolulu, T. H., Chicago, Cleveland, 
Buffalo, Detroit, Sault Ste. Marie, and Duluth. 

Hydrographic buUetin, weekly, no. 2365-69; Jau. 2-30, 1935. 1934-35. Each 
1 p. il. large 4" and f° t N 6.3 : 2364-2369 

^'otice to aviators 1 and 2, 1935; Jan. 1 and 15 [1935]. [1934-35] 26 leaves 
and 10 leaves, narrow 12* [Semimonthly. Issued with perforations for in- 
sertion in binder.] t 
L. C. card 20-26958 N 6.25 : 935/1,2 

Notice to mariners 1-5, 1935; Jau. 3-31 [1935]. [1935.] [xx] +1-110 leaves. 
[WeelvLv.] t N 6.11 : 935/1-5 

Tide calendars. Tide calendar [for Baltimore (Fort McHenry) and Cape 
Henry], Feb. 1935. 1935 1 p. 4° [Monthly.] t N 6.22/2 : 935/2 

■ • Tide calendar [for Norfolk Navy Yard and Newport News, Va.], Felx. 

1935. 1935. 1 p. 4° [Monthly.] j N 6.22/1 : 935/2 

Same, Mar. 1935. 1935 1 p. 4" [Monthlj-.] t N 6.22/1 : 935/3 

Charts 

Pilot charts. Pilot chart of Central American waters, Feb. 1935; chart 35(X). 
Scale 1° long.=0.7 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 18, 1935. 
23.3x35.1 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished bv the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.24: 935/2 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Instructions for making pilot balloon observafions at 
sea ; hy Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department. 

PUot chart of Indian Ocean, Mar. 1935; chart 2603. Scale 1° long.=0.2 

in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 17, 1935. 22.6X31 in. [Monthly. 
Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. 

N 6.17 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Distress, emergency, and safely traffic. ^ — United States 
naval radio stations, broadcast schedules of naval radio stations transmitting time, 
weather, hydrographic, and ice, effective Dec. 31, 19.34 — Making entrance to San Fran- 
cisco Bay by U. S. naval radio direction finder stations. 

Pilot chart of north Atlantic Ocean, Feb. 1935; chart 1400. Scale 1° 

long. =0.27 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 18, 1935. 23.1X31.8 
in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] t 10c. 

L. C. card 14-16339 . N 6.15/1 : 935/2 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Distress, emergency, and safetjr traffic. — United States 
naval radio stations, broadcast schedules of naval radio stations transmitting time, 
weather, hydrographic, and ice, effective Dec. 31, 1934. — Making entrance to San 
Francisco Bay by U. S. naval radio direction finder stations. 

• Pilot chart of north Pacific Ocean, Mar. 1935; chart 1401. Scale 1° 

long.=0.2 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 17, 1935. 23.8X35.1 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.16 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Distress, emergency, and safety traffic. — United States 
naval radio stations, broadcast schedules of naval radio stations transmitting time, 
weather, hydrographic, and ice, effective Dec. 81, 1934. — Making entrance to San 
Francisco Bay by U. S. naval radio direction finder stations. 

Pilot chart of south Atlantic Ocean, Mar.-May 1935 ; chart 2600. Scale 1° 

long.=0.27 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 16, 1935. 23.1X31.8 
in. [Quarterly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.20 : 935/1 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Great circle sailing chart of south Atlantic Ocean, 
[with] Supplementary method for finding courses. 

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72 January 1935 

Pilot charts — Continued. 

■ Pilot chart of south Pacific Ocean, Mar.-May 1935; cliart 2601. Scale 1° 

long.=0.2 in. Washinston, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 16, 1935. 21.2X35.6 in. 

[Quarterly. Certain portions of the data are furnished l)y the Weather 

Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.21 : 935/1 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Great circle sailing chart of south Pacific Ocean, 

[with] Supplementary method for finding courses. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Atlantic Ocean, Feb. 1985; chart 1400a. 

Scale 1° long. =0.27 in. Washington. Hydrographic Office, Jan. 21, 1935. 
23X31.8 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.]* t 10c. N 6.28 : 935/2 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Index of aviation maps and charts published by Hydro- 

fraphic Office, Navy, Air Corps, Army, [and] Department of Commerce, revised Dec. 
934. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Pacific Ocean, Mar. 1935; chart 1401a. 

Scale 1° long. =0.2 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Jan. 19, 1935. 
23.8X35.4 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.29 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Index of aviation maps and charts published by Hydro- 
graphic Office, Navy, Air Corps, Arm^y. [and] Department of Commerce, revised Dec. 
1934. 

RBOKUITING BUREAU 

[Pofitcr] 354. [Press of Navy Recruiting Bureau, New York, Nov. 17, 1934.] 
14X17 in. [Title is: What Navy is doing; illustrator, J. C. Leyendecker.] t 

N 17.2:V1 : 354 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Oovernmcnt supplies. Navy Department specifications and Federal .specifica- 
tions, monthly bulletin, Dec. 1, 1934. 1934. [1] + 4 p. 12" [Issued with 
perforations for insertion in binder.] t N 20.20 : 934/12 

Same, Jan. 2, 19.S5. 1935. [l]+2 p. 12" [Issued with perforations for 

insertion in binder.] t N 20.20 : 935/1 

Memoranda. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda 387 ; Dec. 1, 1934. 
[Dec. 1934.] 35 p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda, 1931. A correction has been 
made on p. 24 by pasting a new paragraph over the original text of the section 
entitled To Home Owners Loan Corporation.] % N 20.7/1 : 387 



PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Note. — The Pan American Union sells its own monthly Bulletin, booklets, and other 
publications, at prices usually ranging from 5c. to .$2.50. The price of any edition of the 
Bulletin is 15c. a single copy, the English edition is $1.50 a year, the Spanish edition $1.00 
a year, the Portugue.-<e edition $1.00 a year ; there is an additional charge of 75c. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the Pan American Union. Beginning with Jan. 1925, 
the I'an American Union began the publication of 4 series, in Spanish and I'ortuguese, on 
the following subjects : Agriculture ; Education ; Finance, industry and commerce ; Public 
health and social welfare. The Spanish series is issued bimonthly and the Portuguese 
trimouthly. They are not published in English. The subscription price is 50c. for 12 
issues of any one of these series ; single copies of any series, 5c. Address the Pan American 
Union, Washington. D. C. 

Adult education. Las escuelas de adultos en la RepGblica Argentina ; [per 
Fermin Estrella Gutierrez]. [1934.] ii+14 p. il. ( Serie .sobre educacion no. 
94, noviembre de 1934.) [Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, noviembre 
1934.] t Paper, 5c.; subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. 

PA 1.13 : s 94 

Brazil [foreign trade of Brazil for 1933] latest reports from Brazilian oflScial 
soui-ces. [1934.] [l]-fl4p. (Foreign trade series no. 131, 1934.) t Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 23-6435 PA 1.19: 131 

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January 1935 73 

Bulletin {English edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union, Jan. 1935; [v. 69, 
no. 1]. [1934.] iv4-l-76 p. il. [Monthl.v. This number is entitled Fourth 
centenary of Lima. For price, see note above under center bead.] 
L. C. card 8-30967 PA 1.6 : e 69/1 

Same. (H. doc. 51, pt. 1, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

{Portuguese edition). Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, Janeiro 1935; 

[V. 37, no. 1]. [1934.] iv+1-60 p. il. [Monthly. For price, see note above 
under center head.] 

L. C. card 11-27014 PA 1.6 :p 37/1 

{Spanish edition). Boletin de la Union Panamericana, enero 1935; [v. 

69, no. 1]. [1934.] iv+1-84 p. il. [Monthly. This number is entitled A 
Lima en su cuarto centenario. For price, see note above under center head.] 
L. C. card 12-12555 PA 1.6 : s 69/1 

Haiti [foreign trade of Haiti for 1933] latest reports from Haitian official sources. 
[1934.] [1]+11+[1] p. (Foreign trade series no. 130, 1934.) t Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 22-26788 PA 1.19 : 130 

Insects. Alguns insetos que atacam as culturas citricas ; [por Rodolfo Arango]. 
[1934.] 20 p. il. (Serie sobre agricultura no. 58, outubro de 1934.) [Do 
Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, outubro 1934.] f Paper, 5c.; subscription 
price for 12 issues of series, 50c. PA 1.12 : p 58 

Money. La politica monetaria de los Estados Unidos ; [por John T. Madden y 
Marcus Nadler]. [1934.] ii+lOp. (Serie sobre finanzas, industria, y co- 
mercio no. 80, septiembre de 1934.) [Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, 
septlembre 1934.] t Paper, 5c.; subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. 

PA 1.14 : s 80 

Nicaragua [foreign trade of Nicaragua for 1933] latest reports from Nicaraguan 
official sources. [1935.] 10 p. (Foreign trade series no. 132, 1934.) t Paper, 
5c. 
L. C. card 20-21429 PA 1.19 : 132 

Prisons. La prision del futuro ; [por Sanford Bates]. [1934.] ii+18 p. il. 
(Serie sobre salubridad publica y prevision social no. 79, noviembre de 1934.) 
[Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, noviembre 1934.] t Paper, 5c.; 
subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. PA 1.15 : s 79 

PANAMA CANAL 

Note. — Although The Panama Canal makes its reports to, and is under the supervision 
of, the Secretary of War, it is not a part of the War Department. 

Panama Canal record, v. 28, no. 6; Jan. 15, 1935. Balboa Heights, C. Z. [1935]. 
p. 89-104. [Monthly.] 

L. C. card 7-35328 W 79.5 : 28/6 

Note. — The yearly subscription rate of the Panama Canal record, issued monthly, 
is 50c. domestic, and $1.00 foreign, except in the case of Government departments 
and bureaus. Members of Congress, representatives of foreign Governments, steamship 
lines, chambers of commerce, boards of trade, and university and public libraries, 
to whom the Record is distributed free. The word " domestic " refers to the United 
States, Canada, Canal Zone, Cuba, Guam, Hawaii, Manua, Mexico, the Philippines. 
Puerto Rico, Republic of Panama, Tutulla, and the Virgin Islands. Subscriptions will 
commence with the issue of the Record in the month in which the subscriptions are 
received, unless otherwise requested. Remittances should be made payable to Disburs- 
ing Clerk, The Panama Canal, but should be forwarded to the Chief of Office, The 
Panama Canal, Washington, D. C. The name and address to which the Record is to 
be sent should be plainly written. Postage stamps, foreign money, and defaced or 
smooth coins will not be accepted. 

Tide, moon, and sunrise tables, Balboa (Panama), Cristobal (Colon), [calendar 
year] 1935. Panama Canal Press, Mount Hope, C. Z., 1934. 31 p. 24° [For 
official use onlv. From Tide tables, 1935, issued by Coast and Geodetic 
Survey.] t ' W 79.2 :T 43/12 

GOVERNOR 

Report. Annual report of governor of The Panama Canal, fiscal year 1934. 
1934. viii4-154 p. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 15-26761 W 79.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 4, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

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74 January 1935 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Ail- mail information; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Nov. 30, 
1934 [published 1935] . 2 p. il. 4° t P 4.2 : Ai 7/12/934 

Envelops. Use of envelops, folders, cards, etc., of unusual size or irregular shape, 
or which bear excessive printing on address side, objectionable; [issued by] 
3d assistant Postmaster General. Jan. 17, 1935. 1 p. t P 4.2 : En 8/14/935 

Mail matter. Cost ascertainment report showing cost of carrying and handling 
the several classes of mail matter and of performing special services, fi.scal 
year 1934. 1935. ii+14 p. t P 4.6 : 934 

- — Same, Appendix. [1934, published 1935.] cover title, [52] leaves, il. large 
4° [Jan, 1, 1935, on cover, is date of letter of transmittal of original publi- 
cation.] t P 4.6 : 934/app. 

Money orders. Stolen money-order forms; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster 
General. Jan. 10, 1935. 1 p. oblong 24° t P 4.7 : 935/1 

Stolen money-order forms; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 

Jan. 15, 1935. 1 p. oblong 24° t P 4.7 : 935/2 

Stolen money-order forms ; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 

Jan. 17, 1935. 1 p. oblong 24° i P 4.7 : 935/3 

Stolen money-order forms; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 

Jan. 30, 1935. 1 p. oblong 32° t P 4.7 : 935/4 

Organization. Post Office Department. [1935.] 5 p. [From Congressional di- 
rectory, 74th Congress. 1st session, 1st edition, Dec. 1934. Reprinted for use 
in answering inquiries concerning organization and functions of Post Office 
Department.] t P 1.2 : Or 3/4 

Parcel post. Agreement between Netherlands India and United States concern- 
ing exchange of parcel ix)st [with detailed regulations for execution ; signed 
Bandoeng. June 14, 1934, Washington, Oct. 4, 1934, approved Oct. 11, 1934]. 
[1934.] 37 p. [English and Dutch.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26063 P 1.9 : N 38/3 

Postal bulletin, v. 56, no. 16581-602 ; Jan. 2-31, 1935. 1934-35. various paging. 
f° [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.] ♦ Paper, 5c. single copy, 
$2.00 a yr. 
L. C. card 6-5810 P 1.3 : 56 

Postal guide. United States official postal guide, 4th series, v. 14, no. 7 ; Jan. 
1935, monthly supplement [1935.] cover title, 42 p. [Includes Changes 76- 
82 affecting United States official postal guide for July 1934, and Inserts 175 
and 176 to Postal laws and regulations of United States, edition of 1932. 
Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Official postal guide, with supplements, $2.25, 
foreign subscription, $3.00 ; July issue, $1.50 ; supplements published monthly 
(11 pamphlets), 75c.; foreign subscription, $1.10. 
L. C. card 4-18254 P 1.10/1 : 934/7 

Postal savi7igs. Postal savings, discontinuance of use of Form PS 717 ; [issued 
by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Jan. 17, 1935. 1 p. oblong 32° t 

P 4.2 : P 84/51 

Postal savings, important instructions concerning reports, deposit of 

funds, and drafting credits; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 
Jan. 10, 1935. 1 p. t P 4.2 : P 84/50 

Report. Annual report of Postmaster General, fiscal year 1934. 1935. xiv4- 
166 p. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 8-10371 P 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 5, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Universal Postal Union, convention of Cairo, Mar. 20, 1934. 1934. [l]-f241 p. 
il. [French and English.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 35-26027 P 1.9 : C 12 



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January 1935 75 

BUILDING OPERATIONS AND SUPPLIES DIVISION 

Note — The Building Operations and Supplies Division was organized Oct. 1, in?,", and 
was a merger of the former Division of Equipment and Supplies and some of the Treasury 
Department employees concerned with the maintenanace of buildings who were transferred 
to the jurisdiction of the Post OflBce Department. 

Postal supplies. List of postal supplies furnished post offices of 3d class; [pre- 
pared in] Equipment and Supplies Branch. Jan. 1, 1935. ii+21 leaves, t 

P 23.2 : P 84/2/935 

INTERNATIONAL POSTAL SERVICE DIVISION 

Steamboats. Schedule of steamers carrying mails from United States and 
United States mails from Habana, Cuba, to foreign countries, also to Terri- 
tory of Hawaii and to possessions of United States, schedule of air mail routes 
from United States to and in foreign countries, Feb. 1935. [Jan. 21, 1935.] 
12 p. f° [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscrip- 
tion, 75c. 
L. C. card 25^26231 P 8.5: 935/2 

MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICE DIVISION 

Motor trucks. Post-office garage, instructions for operating motor-vehicle serv- 
ice. [Reprint with changes 1935.] 4 p. t P 21.2: G 16/935 

POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM 

Report. Operations of Postal Savings System, 1934, report of operations of 
Postal Savings System, fiscal year 1934. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 4, 1935. 
59 p. (H. doc. 20, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 13-35115 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

Mail routes. Schedule of mail routes, no. 123, Jan. 27, 1935, 13th division. Rail- 
way Mail Service, comprising Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Wash- 
ington. Seattle P. O. [Jan. 24, 1935]. 112 p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/13 : 123 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 282, Jan. 14, 1935, 1st division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode 
Island, and Connecticut. Boston, Mass., P. O. [Jan. 14, 1935]. 96 p. narrow 
8° t P 10.12/1: 282 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 427, Jan. 15, 1935, 2d division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, eastern 
shore of Maryland, Accomac and Northampton counties, Va., Puerto Rico, 
and Virgin Islands. M. B. Brown Printing & Binding Co., New York [Jan. 
15, 1935]. cover title, 225 p. narrow 8° [Calendar on p. 4 of cover.] t 

P 10.12/2 : 427 

TOPOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Note. — The Division of Topography has on file maps showing all roads used by the 
rural free delivery mail service. There are available 1.469 county maps showing all 
the rural free delivery routes in each county, sold at 50 cents each, and 6.767 local 
center maps, each showing the rural free delivery routes from a single post office, sold 
at 75 cents each. The scale of each type map is 1 inch equals 1 mile. County maps 
are furnished in the form of blue-line prints made from negatives that are prepared 
about once a year. Late changes in rural service do not always show on these maps. 
A list of available county maps will be furnished upon application to the Disbursing 
Clerk, Post Office Department, Washington. D. C. Blueprints from drawings brought up 
to date are furnished when local center maps are ordered. Remittances should be made 
by postal money order direct to the Disbursing Clerlj. Post Office Department, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Rural delivery maps should not be confused with the State post route maps 
which are listed in the Monthly catalog for February 1934, page 734. 



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76 January 1935 

PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

Address of President of United States delivered before joint session of tlie two 
Houses of Congress, Jan. 4. 1935, 1st session of 74th Congress. 1935. [l]+8 
p. (H. doc. 1, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [The 1st session of the 74th Congress 
conveneil Jan. 3, 1935.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. curd 35-26044 

Ale. Decreasing rate of duty on ale, porter, stout, and beer, proclamation. 
[Jan. 16, 1935.] 2 p. 4" ( [No. 2115.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : Al 25 

Bonded icarchoiises. Merchandise in bonded warehouse [imix)rted during cal- 
endar year 1930, except grain imp<nted on or after June IS, 1930], proclama- 
tUm. [Dec. 21, 1934, published 1935.1 2 p. 4° ([No. 2109.]) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.7 : M 535/3 

Merchandise in bonded warehouse [importeil during calendar year 1931, 

except grain], proclamation. [Dec. 21, 19;>4, published 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 
2110.]) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : M 535/4 

Merchandise in bonded warehouse [imported during calendar year 1932, 

except grain], proclamation. [Dec. 22. 1934, published 1935.] 2 p. 4" ([No. 
2111.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : M 535/5 

Brady, Thomas J. Executive order, exemption of Thomas J. Brady from com- 
pulsory retirement for age. Dec. 27, 1934, [publishetl] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 
6931.) ♦ Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : R 314/43 

Codes of fair cowitetHUm. Executive order, additions and amendments to code 
of fair competition for petroleum industry. Dec. 21, 1933 [published 1935]. 
3 p. 4° (No. 6527 A.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/225V> 

Executive order, amending code of fair comiietition for distilled spirits 

rectifying industry. Jan. 1(1, 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6945.) * Pai^er, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 648/338 

Executive order, canceling order approving c* de for cinders, ashes, and 

scavenger trade. Dec. 19, 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 61)25 A.) 

• Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C (V48/336 

Executive order, code of fair comi)etition for retail meat trade [approving 

code, subject to certain conditions]. [Dec. 21, 1934, published 1935.] 2 p. 4° 
( [No. 6927 A.] ) * Paper. 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/337 

Executive order, modifications of code of fair competition for petroleum 

industry. [Sept. 13, 1933, published 1935.] 6 p. 4° ([No. 6284 A.]) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/381/^ 

Executive order, non-waiver of constitutional rights in connection with 

codes of fair competition. Jan. 22, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6949.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 648/339 

Consuls. Executive order, amendments to Consular regulations [of United 
States, annotated, and to Tariff of United States consular fees, issued in 
1931]. [Jan. 8, 1935.] 16 p. 4° ([No. 6942.]) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : F 761 se/12 

Cost of lir-ing. Executive order, announcing index figures for cost of living for 
6 months' periods ending June 30, 1928, and Dec. 31, 1934. Jan. 4, 1935. 
1 p. 4" (No. 6936.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 823/5 

Curtis, Mrs. Hannah. Executive order, authorizing appointment of Mrs. Han- 
nah Curtis in Navv Department without regard to civil service rules. Jan. 
8,1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6941.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/42 

Customs Se)~i>ice. Executive order, Sioux City, Iowa, abolished as customs port 
of entry. Dec. 29. 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6934.) 'Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 969/16 

Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. Executive order, delegat- 
ing certain functions and powers to Federal emergency administrator of pub- 
lic works. Dec. 26. 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6929.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : P 96/8 

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Foreign service. Executive order, amendment of Executive order 6657-A of 
Mar. 27, 1934, as amended [relating to regulations for payment of losses sus- 
tained by oflScers, enlisted men, and employees of United States in foreign 
countries due to appreciation of foreign currencies in their relation to Ameri- 
can dollar]. [Dec. 24, 1934, published 1935.] 5 p. 4" ([No. 6028.]) 

* Paper, .5c. Pr 32.5 : F 761 se /ll 

Executive order, extension of period of eligibility for appointment as of- 

ticers in foreign service. Jan. 23, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6950.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : F 761 se/13 

Fort llatnnzas National Monument. Fla., proclamation. [Jan. 9, 1935.] 2 p. 4° 
( [No. 2114.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : M 412 

Governmental activities. Executive order, postponement of effective date of 
certain provisions of Executive order 6166 of June 10, 1933 [organization of 
executive agencies, delaying certain transfers, consolidations, and elimina- 
tions provided for under sec. 4 of said order, not effected prior to Dec. 31, 
1934, until June 30, 1935]. Dec. 21, 1934. 1 p. 4° (No. 6927.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5: Ex 31/20 

Hawaii. Executive order, changing location of right-of-v.ay between Round 
Top and Susar Loaf military reservations, Hawaii. [Jan. 17, 1935.] 2 p. 4° 
([No. 6948.]) * Paper, .5c. Pr 32.5 :H 31/7 

Idaho. Executive order, modification of Executive order 6910 of Nov. 26, 1934, 
withdrawing for classification all public land in certain States. Idaho. Jan. 
4,1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6938.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Id 1/8 

Indians. Executive order, exten.sion of trust period on allotments made to 
Indians of Spokane Reservation, Wash. Jan. 7. 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6939.) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : In 2/5 

Executive order, extension of trust ijeriod on Indian lands in Oklahoma 

expiring during 1935. Dec. 20. 1934. 1 p. 4° (No. 6926.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : In 2/4 

Executive order, extension of trust period on lands of Pala band of 

Mission Indians, California. Jan. 7, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6940.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : In 2/6 

Industrial Emergency Committee. Executive order, amending Executive order 
6770, which created Industrial Emergency Committee. Sept. 27. 1934. 1 p. 4° 
(No. 6860.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : In 21e/3 

Knox. Mrs. Carmen B. Executive order, authorizing appointment of Mrs. Car- 
men B. Knox in Post OflSce Department without regard to civil-service rules. 
Jan. 12, 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6947.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/43 

McGurty, Mrs. Anna E. Executive order, authorization to appoint Mrs. Anna 
E. McGurty. Jan. 4. 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6937.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/41 

Montana. Executive order, revocation of Executive order 5172 of Aug. 9, 1929, 
withdrawing public lands, Montana. Jan. 9, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6943.) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : M 762/8 

National forests. Executive order, restoration to entry of certain tracts of 
land in Tongass National Forest, Alaska. Dec. 18. 19.34. 1 p. 4° (No. 
6925. ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Al ls/23 

Executive order, transfer of lands from Uinta National Forest to 

Wasatch National Forest, Utah. Jan. 9, 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6944.) * Paper, 
5c. Pr 32.5 : W 269/2 

Natural resources. Report of National Resources Board and report of Missis- 
.sippi Valley Committee of Public Works Administration, message transmitting 
report of National Resources Board and report of Mississippi Valley Com- 
mittee of Public Works Administration. Jan. 24, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 84, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Message of transmittal only.] * Paper, 5c. 

Pacific islands. Executive order, placing certain islands in Pacific Ocean under 
control and jurisdiction of Secretary of Navy, Wake Island, Kingman Reef, 
and Johnston and Sand islands. Dec. 29, 1934, [published] 1935. [2] p. il. 4° 
(No. 6935.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 :P 119 

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Painting, Industrial. Executive order, approving agreemeut between members 
of division of painting, paperhanging, and decorating division of construction 
industry, and painter employees in region of St. Paul, Minn., and vicinity. 
Dec. 29. 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6933 A.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 766/9 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging, and decorating division of construction industry, and 
painter, paperhanger. and decorator employees in region of Concord, N. H. 
Jan. 16, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6947 A. i * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 766/11 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging. and decorating division of construction industry, and 
painter, paperhanger. and decorator employees in region of Dade County, Fla. 
Dec. 26, 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4' (No. 6929 A.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 766/8 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging, and decorating division of construction industry, and 
painter, paperhanser. and decorat<ir employees in region of Passnic and 
Bergen counties. N. .7. Jan. 11, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6946 A.) * Paper, .5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 766/12 

Pattin. Mrs. Maud B. Executive order, exemption of Mrs. Maud Brackett 
Pattin from conipulsorv retirement for age. Dec. 28, 1934. [published] 1935. 
1 p. A" (No. 6933. ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : R 314/45 

Permanent Court of International Justice, message relative to adherence by 
United States to protocols relating to Permanent Court of International 
Justice. Jan. IG. 1935. 1 p. (S. doc. 11, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26058 

Plastering. Executive order, approving agreement between members of divi- 
sion of plastering and lathing contracting division of construction industry, 
and certain of their emplovees in region of Dallas County, Tex. Jan. 10, 
1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6945 A.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5: C 766/10 

Social securitij. Message recommending legislation on economic security [with 

Letter of submittal and Rep^irt of Committee on Economic Security]. 1935. 

x+44 p. (H. doc. 81. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26031 
Stuart. Henry C. Executive order, exemption of Henry C. Stuart from com- 

pulsorv retirement for age. Dec. 28. 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 

6932.) ' * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : R 314/44 

Textile Work Assignment Board, etc. Executive order, amending Executive 
order 6878 providing rules and regulations for Cotton, Silk, and Wool Textile 
Work Assignment Boards. Dec. 27. 1934. [published] 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 
6£>30.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 829/3 

Veterans. Exec-utive orders 6775 and 6776. message transmitting Executive 

orders 6775 (Veterans' regulation 6 (c)) and 6776 (Veterans' recrulation 8 

(a)), approved June 30, 1934. Jan. 16, 1935. 4 p. (H. doc. 80, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Piiper, 5c. 

TTooZ. Extending jieriod for furnishing proof of use in manufacture of Itonded 
wool and camel hair, proclamation. [Jan. 7, 1935.] 3 p. 4° ([No. 2113.]) 
* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : W 88 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Activities. Summary of activities of Reconstruction Finance Corporat'^n and 
its condition as of Dec. 31, 1934. Jan. 1935. [1]+14 p. 4° t 
L. C. card 35-26029 Y 3.R 24 : 2 Ac 85/934 

Central Republic Trust Company. In district court for northern d''-trict of Illi- 
nois, eastern division. Reconstruction Finance C'^i'poration vs. Central Repub- 
lic Trust Company, banking association of Illinois, et al., in equity no. 14189; 
bill of complaint [supplemental bill of complaint, and amendment to bill of 
complaint]. [1935.] 17+3+2 leaves, f [Issued in loose-leaf form.] t 

Y 3.R 24 : 2 C 33 

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Report of Keconstruetion Flnanee Corporation for 3d qnarter of lfl&4 and frcan 
Fd). % 1932, to S^t. 30, 1934, lettCT from chairman and secretary <rf Bectm- 
stractioa Finance Cwrpoiation transmitting report of cwpcM^tion coveni^ its, 
(iterations for 3d quarter of 1934. and for period frmn organization of corpo- 
ation on FdJ. 2, 1932, to Sept. 30, 1934. 1935. [l]-r85 p. (H. d^<:u 76, T4tii 
Cong. IM se@.) * Paper, 10c 
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5. 1929, the Department of State :: - i^n^raia. Tbe daih[ 

mimeoaraphed rdeases are, made av;: Tinted fom; also, aU 

publications (except laws, ExecutiT- sta^s) are Biuab««d 

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number in addition to its publication number. The diplomatic correspondence of the 
United States is published in the volumes entitled Foreign relations of the United States. 
Laws, Executive orders, and proclamations are issued in separate series and are num- 
bered within each series in the order in which they are signed. Treaties are issued in 
a separate series and are numbered in the order in which they are proclaimed. Treaties 
are also published in the compilation Treaties and other international acts of the United 
States of Ameica, which contains literal copies of the documents, followed hy notes of a 
textual and procedural character. Indexes to the Press releases are supplied semiannually, 
as of December 31 and June 30. The Department of State includes in the Press release 
series, each quarter, a complete list of its publications for the preceding quarter. 

The list below frequently includes certain relevant publications issued by other agencies 
of the Government under requisition of the Department of State and certain relevant 
congressional documents. 

Tender the practice of the State Department prior to the inauguration of the Executive 
agreement series ( nos. 71 and 72 of which are listed below) the material would have 
been published in the Treaty series. Those desiring to maintain a joint file of the Treaty 
series and the Executive agreement series may insert each number of the Executive 
agreement series in its appropriate place in the Treaty series, which place will be indicated 
in each number of the Executive agreement series. 

Africa. Revision of general act of Berlin of Feb. 26. 1885, and general act and 
declaration of Brussels of July 2, 1890, convention between United States and 
other Powers [relatins to important regions of Central Africa] ; signed St.- 
Gerniain-en-Laye. Sept. 10, 1919, proclaimed Nov. 3, 1934. 1934. [1]+17 p. 
(Treaty series 877.) [French and English.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26023 S 9.5/2 : B 45 

Air transportation. International air transportation, convention and additional 
protocol between United States and other Powers; concluded at Warsaw. Oct. 
12. 192i>. proclaimed Oct. 2i>, 1934. 1934. [l]+30 p. (Treaty series 876.) 
[French and English.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. 0. card 35-26022 S 9.5/2 : Ai 7 

Diplomatic list, Jan. 1935. [1935.] cover title, 11+77 p. 24'' ( [Publication 683.] ) 

[Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper. 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscrip- 
tion, 75c. 

L. C. card 10-16292 S 1.8: 985/1 

Executive agreement series. See, above, note under center head, State Depart- 
ment. 

Foreign relations. Papers relating to foreign relations of United States, 1919 
[with message of President of United States to Congress, Dec. 2, 1919]. 1934. 
2 V. xcvii+894 p. and lxxxi+913 p. ([Publication 660 and 661.]) ♦Cloth, 
$1.75 per vtd. 
L. C. card 10-3793 S 1.1 : 919/v.l,2 

Same. (H. doc. 813, 2 pts.. 66th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Vm Alone, ressel. "I'm Alone" case. [v. 2-5.] (Arbitration series 2 (2-5) ; 
[Publication 200, 208. 464, and 442].) [Each volume Includes a list of publica- 
tions of Department of State relating to " I'm Alone " case.] 
L. C. card 31-28797 

2. Claim made by His Majesty's Government in Canada under provisions of article 4 

of convention concluded Jan. 23, 1924, between United States and Great Britain, 
exact reprint of claim as published by Canadian Government. 1931. [2]+7 + i p. 

* Paper, 5c. S 3.39 : 2/pt. 2 

3. Answer of Government of United States to claim of His Majesty's Government in 

Canada in respect of ship "I'm Alone." 1931. [2] + 17-f-l p. •Paper, 5c. 

S 3.39 : 2/pt. 3 

4. Brief submitted on behalf of His Majesty's Government in Canada in respect of claim 

of ship " I'm Alone ", photographic reprint of brief as published by Canadian 
Government. 1933. [2] + 145+ [1] p. ♦ Paper, 15c. S 3..39 : 2/pt. 4 

^ Answering brief of Government of United States to claim of His Majesty's Govern- 
ment in Canada in respect of ship "I'm Alone." 1933. [2]+25+[l] p. 

* Paper, 5c. S 3.39 : 2/pt. 5 

Inter-American relations, address by Sumner Welles, assistant Secretary of 
State, under auspices of Center of Inter-American Studies, George Washington 
University, Washington, Dec. 10. 1934. 1935. [2] +15 p. narrow 8° (Latin 
American series 8; [Publication 680].) [Originally issued as mimeographed 
press release for publication Dec. 11, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 3"3-2t5039 S 1.26 : 8 



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International American Conference. Report of delegates of United States to 7th 
International Conference of American States, Montevideo, Uruguay, Dec. 3-26, 
1933. 1934. xi+[l]+346 p. (Conference series 19; [Publication 666].) 
[Conventions, additional protocol, and proces verbal in Spanish and English. 
Anti-war treaty in Spanish, Portuguese, and English.] * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card 35-26038 S 5.30 : 19 

International Labor Organization, membership of United States, effective Aug. 
20, 1934, proclamation by President of United States, Sept. 10, 1934, with con- 
stitution of International Labor Organization annexed, and other related 
papers. 1934. iii+32 p. (Treaty series 874.) [Constitution of International 
Labor Organization is in French and English.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 34-26007 S 9.5/2 : In 8/4 

Press releases, weekly issue no. 275-278; Jan. 5-26, 1935. [1935.] p. 1-58. 
(Publication 682, 685, 688, and 693.) [See also note above under center head, 
State Department.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$3.00. 
L. C. card 29-26868 S 1.25 : 275-278 

Radio commitnications between amateur stations on behalf of third parties, ar- 
rangement between United Slates and Chile, effected by exchange of notes; 
signed Aug. 2 and 17, 1934, effective Aug. 17, 1934. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Execu- 
tive agreement series 72; [Publication 677].) [Note from Chilean Minister 
for Foreign Affaii-s (Crucliaga Tocornal) to American Ambassador (Sevier) 
is in Spanish and English.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26013 S 9.8 : 72 

Note. — The present number in the Executive agreement series may be filed in the 
Treaty series after Treaty series 871. 

Tonnage. Mutual recognition of ship measurement certificates, agreement be- 
tween United States and Poland, effected by exchange of notes ; signed Jan. 
17, Mar. 14, and Apr. 22, 1930, and Oct. 5, 1934, effective Apr. 22. 1930. 1934. 
[2] +4 p. (Executive agreement series 71 ; [Publication 675].) [Enclosure iu 
letter from Polish Ambassador (Patek) to Secretary of State (Hull) is in 
Polish and English.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 34-28282 S 9.8 : 71 

Note.- — The present number in the Executive agreement series may be filed in the 
Treaty series after Treaty series 811. 

Treaty information, bulletin 63, Dec. 31, 1934; compiled by Treaty Division. 
1935. iv-f-26 p. ([Publication 684.]) [Monthly. The period covered is 
the calendar month preceding the date given. ] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card 2d-27547 S 9.7 : 63 

Women. Act of Sept. 22, 1922, as amended by acts of July 3, 1930, Mar. 3, 1931, 
and May 24, 1934, relative to naturalization and citizenship of married 
women. [1935.] 3 p. * Paper, 5c. S 1.2 :N 219/2 



SUPREME COURT 

[Journal] Jan. 7-21, 1935; [slips] 38-48. [1935.] leaves 101-126. t 

Ju 6.5 : 934 

OiJinions. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. term, 1934.] [Issued 
separately.] t Clerk of Court. 
47. Sarah Enelow vs. New York Life Insurance Company, on writ of certiorari 

to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 5 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : En 27 

69. Fred L. Fox, in his individual right and in his official capacity as tax com- 

mis-sioner of West Virginia, vs. Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, 

appeal from district court for southern district of West Virginia ; Jan. 

14,1935. n. p. [1935]. 10 p. Ju 6.8/la : St 24/8 



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S2 January 1935 

Opinions — Continued. 

78. David G. Dimick vs. Peter Schledt, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 

appeals for 1st circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 10 + 8 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : D 593 
102. Samuel B. Smith vs. E. H. Snow and E. H. Snow, doing business as Snow's 

Hatclieries and Snow's Incubator Company, on writ of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 14 p. 

Ju 6.S/la : Sm 65 

127. Evelj-n F. Gregory vs. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, 

on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; Jan. 7, 
1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. Ju 6.8/la : G 862 

128. David Graves George vs. Victor Talking Machine Company, on writ of certio- 

rari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; Dec. 17, 1934. n. p. [1934]. 
1 p. Ju 6.8/la : G 293 

131-133. Keystone Driller Company vs. Northwest Engineering Corporation, Harnisch- 
feger Corpoi-ation, and Bucyrus-Erie Company, on writs of certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 6 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : K 524/2 

135, 260. Panama Refining Company et al. vs. A. D. Ryan, S. D. Bennett, and J. Howard 

Marshall ; Amazon Petroleum Corporation et al. vs. Archie D. Ryan, S. D. 

Bennett, and Phil E. Baer, on writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 

for 5th circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935.] 23+12 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : P 191/3 

161. United States t\<». Irah D. Spaulding, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 

appeals for 5th circuit ; Jan. 7. 1935. n. p. [19351. 7 p. Ju 6.8/la : Sp. 28 

208. Herbert H. Waxham, doing business as Waxham Hatcheries, vs. Samuel B. 

Smith and Buckeye Incubator Company, on writ of certiorari to circuit 

court of appeals for 9th circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 2 p. 

Ju 6.8/la: W 363 

211. Shanferoke Coal & Supply Corporation vs. Westchester Service Corporation, 

on certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; Jan. 7, 1935. 
n. p. [1935]. 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : Sh 18 

212. West Ohio Gas Company vs. Public Utilities Comml.<sion of Ohio, appeal from 

Supreme Court of Qliio ; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. 

Ju 6.8/1 a: W52 

213. West Ohio Gas Company vs. Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, appeal from 

Supreme Court ot Ohio ; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 10+2 p. 

Ju 6.8/1 a : W 52/2 

215. John C. Schuniadier. sheriff of Butler County, Ohio. vs. Ralph K. Beeler 

trustee in bankruptcy of Long & Allstatter Company, bankrupt, on writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit ; Dec. 17. 1934. n. p. 
[ 1934 1 . 8 p. Ju 6.S/1 a : L 854 

221. United States et al. vs. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. et al.. on appeal from 

district court for northern district of Ohio; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 
8 p. Ju 6.8/1 a : B 217/7 

234. United States ex rcl. Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. et al. vs. Interstate 

Commerce Commission et al., on writ of certiorari to Court of Appeals of 
District of Columbia; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 9 p. 

.Tu6.8/la:C432/ll 

247. Central Vermont Transportation Company vs. Harry M. Durning, collector of 

customs at port of New York, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 6 p. 

Ju 6.8/1 a : C 333/5 

249. Livingston H. McCrea vs. United States, as owner of S. S. American Sliipper 

engines, tackle, apparatus, etc., on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 7 p. 

Ju 6.8/1 a : M 137/3 

261, 262. S. A. Taylor r.*. Henry Sternberg, trustee in bankruptcy for Parks Dry Goods 
Company, bankrupt; John R. Duty vs. [same], on writs of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. 

Ju6.8/la:T218 

272. Detroit International Bridge Company vs. Corporation Tax Appeal Board of 

Mictiigan, appeal from Supreme Court of Michigan ; Jan. 14, 1935. n. p. 
[1935]. 3 p. Ju 6.8/1 a : D 484/3 

289. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, vs. Walter W. Taylor, 

on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; Jan. 7, 1935. 
n. p. [193.-)]. 7 p. Ju 6.8/1 a: T 219 

452. George X. Adamos vs. New York Life Insurance Company, on writ of cer- 
tiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit ; Jan. 7, 1935. n. p. 
[1935]. 2 p. Ju 6.8/1 a : .\d 16 
OflScial reports of Suiirenie Court, v. 293 U. S., no. 1 ; Ernest Knaebel, 

reporter. Preliminar.v print. [1934.] cover title, vi+l-193+xxx p. [Cases 

adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. term, 1934 (opinions, Oct. 1-Nov. 19, 1934, 

and memoranda of other decisions, Oct. 1-Dec. 10, 1934). From United States 

reports, v. 293.] * Pai^er, 15c. single copy. .$1..50 for a term of court (including 

3 volumes) ; foreign subscription, .'i;2.10. Ju 6.S/1 a : 293/1 

Panama Refining Company. I'etroleum code case, opinion in case of Panama 
Refining Company et al. vs. A. D. Ryan, S. D. Bennett, and J. Howard Mar- 
sliall, [and case of] Amazon Petroleum Corporation et al. vs. Arcliie D. Ryan, 
S. D. Bennett, and Piiil E. Baer. 1935. ii+16 p. (S. doe. 10, 74tli Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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TABIFF COMMISSION TT 

Commerce. Graphic analysis of international trade of United States in 1932. 
1934. iv+123 p. il. oblong large 8° (Miscellaneous series.) * Paper, $2.25. 
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TAX APPEALS BOARD 

Note. — Beginning with the decisions of May 1933 (v. 28, no. 1, Issued Aug. 15, 1933), 
the Tax Appeals Board resumed the publication of its reports in pamphlet form, which 
had been discontinued Jan. 9, 1933. These pamphlets, each containing a month's de- 
cisions, are issued in addition to the separate opinions now published individually for 
each case. Both the pamphlets and the separate opinions are sold on subscription by 
the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, price $1.75 per volume for either 
pamphlets or opinions ; single copies of the opinions, usually 5c. The price of the bound 
volumes will be given on application. 

Astor, Waldorf. Waldorf Astor v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket no. 64269, promulgated Jan. 9, 1935. [1935,] 5 p. ([Opinion] no. 
186.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-186 

Beals, John D. Estate of John D. Beals, John D. Beals, jr., and Douglas Nichol- 
son, executors, v. commissioner of internal revenue ; Walter R. Comfort v. 
[same] ; William J. Weller v. [same] ; Harold W. Comfort v. [same] ; Rob- 
cliff V. Jones V. [same], opinion; docket nos. 56389-393, promulgated Dec. 31, 
1934. [1934.] 6 p. ([Opinion] no. 181.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 

* Paper. 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-181 

Bell, Frederic D. Fifth Avenue Bank of New York, as executor of Frederic D. 
Bell, V. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket no. 69534, pro- 
mulgated Dec. 26, 1934. [1934.] 10 p. ([Opinion] no. 177.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-177 

Hannah, David. David Hannah v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket no. 41390, promulgated Dec. 31, 1934. [1935.] 7 p. ([Opinion] no. 
182.) [From B. T. A.. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-182 

Houbigant, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket no. 74225, 
promulgated Dec. 28, 1934. [1934.] 4 p. ([Opinion] no. 178.) [From 
B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-178 

Kelly, Mrs. Rose A. Francis J. Kelly, executor of Rose A. Kelly, v. commis- 
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1934. [1934.] 5 p. ([Opinion] no. 176.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-176 

Lefcourt Realty Corporation v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket 
nos. 53368, 63126, promulgated Jan. 3, 1935. [1935.] 8 p. ([Opinion] no. 
183.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-183 

Mitchell, John W. Douglas L. Edmonds, administrator of John W. Mitchell, v. 
commissioner of internal revenue; Douglas L. Edmonds, administrator of 
Adina Mitchell, v. [same], opinion; docket nos. 47516. 66584, 70861, promul- 
gated Dec. 28, 1934. [1934.] 5 p. ([Opinion] no. 180.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-180 

Peavy-Byrnes Lum.ber Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket no. 16354, promulgated Jan. 3, 1935. [1935.] 9 p. ([Opinion] no. 
184.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-1&4 

Pitcher, Fi'ederic C. Frederic C. Pitcher v. commissioner of internal revenue; 
George H. Englehard v. [same] ; Carl S. Stern v. [same] ; Walter H. Pollak v. 
[same]; Ruth I. Wilson v. [same], opinion; docket nos. 56701-703, 56737, 
59844-&48, 70931-932, promulgated Dec. 28, 1934. [1934.] 5 p. ([Opinion] 
no. 179.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-179 

Rogers, Mrs. May. May Rogers v. commissioner of internal revenue ; Horace S. 
Tuthill, jr., V. [same] ; Edna May Thrall v. [same, findings of fact and 
opinion] ; docket nos. 45051, 52448-449, 55546, promulgated Jan. 9, 1935, 
11935.] 16 p. ([Opinion] no. 185.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 
♦Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-185 

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Credit. Report on availability of bank credit in 7th Federal reserve district, 
submitted to Secretary of Treasury by Charles O. Hardy and Jacob Viner. 
1935. viii + 109 p. 4" * Paper, 20c. 
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Finance. Daily statement of Treasury compiled from latest proved reiwrts 
from Treasury offices and depositaries, Jan. 2-31, 1935. [1935.1 Each 5 p. 
or 4 p. f [Daily except Sundays and holidays.] t 
L. C. card 15-3303 T 1.5 : 935 

Money. Values of foreign moneys, Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. I'p. 4° (Department 
circular 1 ; Director of Mint.) [Quarterly.] f T 1.4/2 : 1/935-1 

Puhlic debt. Statement of public debt of United States, Sept. 30, 1934. [1935.] 
[4] p. r [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 10-21268 T 9.9 : 934/9 

Report. Annual reiwrt of Secretary of Treasury on state of finances, fiscal year 

1934. 198."). xviii + 435 p. il. (Treas. Dept doc. 30<35.) [Includes exhibits 
and abstracts of reports of bureaus and divisions.] * Paper, 5(^)c. 

L. C. card 8-32556 T 1.1 : 934 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 3065: H. doc. 6, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Treasury decisions under customs, internal revenue, narcotic, and other laws, 
including decisions of Customs Court and Court of Customs and Patent Ap- 
peals, v. 67. no. 1-5; Jan. 3-31, 1935. [1935.] various paging. 2 pi. [Weekly. 
Department decisions numbered 47443-497, abstracts 29600-868, reappraise- 
nient decisions 3ol6-33, internal revenue decisions 4504—18, and misteUaneous 
(disbarments and suspensions, etc.).] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $3.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $4.70. 
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Wor PinatH'e COrporatifni. Annual report of Secretary of Treasury on War 
Finance Corporation (in liquidation), Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1934. Jan. 28, 1985. 
3 p. (H. doc. 86. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai)er, 5c. 
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BUDGET BUREAU 

Appropriations. Budget of United States Government, tisc-al year 1936. 1935. 
xvi + A 102 + 871 p. il. 4" * Paper, $1.50. 
L. C. card 21-27488 T 51.5 : 936 

• Same. (H. doc. 34. 74th Cong. 1st .ses.s.) 

Budget of United States Government, fiscal year 1936: Budget message 

of the President and summarv budget statements. 193^). xvi-|-Al02+671- 
679+699-725-H787-83S p. il. 4" t 

L. C. card 22-27384 T 51.5/a : 936 

Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau. Supplemental estimate of appro- 
priation for Department of Agriculture, 19">5. supplemental estimate of appro- 
priation, fiscal year 1935. for Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomol- 
ogy and Plant Quarantine, for control of screw worm. Jan. 28, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 87. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Federal Conuntmication.s C'onunis-'^ion. Estimates of approi>riation, fiscal year 

1935, 5 supplemental estimate^^ of appropriation, fiscal year 1935 [1 for Fed- 
eral Comniunications Commission. 2 for National Mediation Board, includ- 
ing National llailroad Adjustment Board, and 2 for Securities and Exchange 
Commission]. Jan. 7. 1035. 3 p. (II. doc. 41. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Government officials and employees. Filling of vacancies in certain branches of 
Government, letter transmitting report relative to filling of vacancies in 
executive branch of Government and nmuicipal government of District of 
Columbia, July 1-Oct. 31, 1934. Jan. 3, calendar day Jan. 7, 1935. 3 p. 
( S. doc. 9, 74th Cong. Ist sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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coast guard 

Pay. Amendment to Pay and supply instnictions [Coast Guard, 1932], no. 15; 
Dec. 27, 1934. [1934.] 4 p. [Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in 
binder.] % T 47.8 : P 29/3/932/amdt.l5 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY 

National hanks. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks, Oct. 17, 
1934; no. 182. Dec. 12, 1934 [publi-shed 1935]. 15 p. narrow f t 

T 12.5 : 934/3 

Monthly statement of capital .stock of national banks, national bank 

notes, and Federal reserve bank notes, old .series, outstanding, bonds on de- 
posit, etc. [Jan. 2, 1935]. Jan. 2. 1935. 1 p. narrow f" f 

L. C. card 10-21266 T 12.9: 935/1 

GOVERNMENT ACTUARY 

Bonds of United States. Market prices and yields of outstanding bonds, notes, 
certificates, and bills of United States during Nov. 1934. [1935.] 4 p. f 
[Monthly.] t T 50.5 : 934/11 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU 

Internal revenue huUetin. v. 14, no. 1-4 ; Jan. 7-28, 1935. 1935. various paging. 
[Weekly. Include Rulings 7225-81.] * Paper, 5c. single copy (for subscrip- 
tion price see note below). 
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Note. — The Internal revenue bullethi service for 1935 will consist of weekly bulletins 
and semiannual cumulative bulletins. The weekly bulletins will contain the rulings 
and decisions to be made public and all Treasury Department decisions (known as 
Treasury decisions) pertaining to internal revenue matters. The semiannual cumula- 
tive bulletins will contain all rulings and decisions (including Treasury decisions) 
published during the previous 6 months. The complete bulletin service may be ob- 
tained, on a subscription basis, from the Superintendent of Documents. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D. C, for $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.25. 

Processing tax and compensating tax with respect to peanuts under agricul- 
tural adjustment act. [1934.] 7 p. ([Treasury decision] 4489.) [From 
Treasury decisions, v. 66, no. 18.] t T l.ll/2a : P 313 

Railroads. Regulations 89 relating to consolidated returns of aflBliated rail- 
road corporations, prescribed under sec. 141 (b) of revenue act of 1934, ap- 
plicable to taxable years beginning after Dec. 31, 1933. 1935. v-|-33 p. 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26026 T 22.17 : 89 

Report. Annual report of commissioner of internal revenue, fiscal year 1934 
[with statistical tables]. 19.34. v+132 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 3067.) 

* Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card 9-35242 T 22.1 : 934 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 3067; H. doc. 9, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

MINT BUREAU 

Report. Annual report of director of mint, fiscal year 1934, including Report 
on production of precious metals during calendar year 1933. 1934. iii-|-117 
p. 1 pi. (Treas. Dept. doc. 3066.) * Cloth, 75c. 

L. C. card 9-34686 T 28.1 : 934 

NARCOTICS BUREAU 

Narcotics. Treatment of narcotic drug addiction permissible under Harrison 
narcotic law; Nov. 1, 1934. [1935.] 7 p. narrow 12" (Narcotic pamphlet, 
N-no. 56, revised Dec. 1934.) t T.56.2:T71 

PROCUREMENT DIVISION 

Oovernment supplies. Federal standard stock catalog : Schedule of stock items, 
Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. 1935. [l]+29 p. 4" 
[Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t T 58.2 : St 6/935-2 

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gQ January 1935 

Oovenvment supplies — Continued. 

• General schedule of supplies: class 11, Pumps, and their parts, Jan. 1- 

Dec. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 2 p. 4° t 

L. C. card 16-26857 T 58.S : 935/11-2 

Same: class 12, Boat and ship fittings, Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31, 1936; pre- 
pared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 2 p. 4° $ T 58.8 : 935/12-2 

Same: class 22, Rope, wire, and wire, bare, including manufactured ar- 
ticles, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 6 p. 4° t 

T 58.8 : 935/22-2 

Same: class 24, Duck, canvas, tentage, including manufactured articles, 

Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1934. [l]-f-l p. 4° t 

T 5S.8 : 935/24^2 

Same: class 27, Dry goods, textiles, bedding, buttons, curtains, cushions, 

draperies, findings, floor coverings, linoleum, notions, oil cloth, trimmings, 
upholstery materials, yarns, etc., Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of 
Supply. 1935. 13 p. 4« t T 58.8 : 93.5/27-2 

Same : class 30, Bathroom and toilet-fixtures, and all accessories, outfits, 

and parts, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 3 p. 
4° t T 58.8 : 935/30-2 

Same: class 32, Fire-surfacing and heat-insulating material. Jnn. 1-Oct. 

31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 4 p. 4° J T 58.8 : 935/32-2 

Same: class 33, Gaskets, hose, packing, rubber (sheet and strip), hose- 
fittings, tubing (flexible), including m.inufactured articles, Jan. 1-Oct. HI, 
1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 4 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935/38-2 

Same : class 34. Leather, belting, harness, saddlery, including manufac- 
tured leather articles, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of Supply. 
1935. 4 p. 4° $ T 58.8 : 935/34-2 

Same: class 35, Books, blueprints, charts, drawings, libraries, m;ips, 

newspapers, periodicals, professional-publications, etc., Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935; 
prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 2 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935/35-2 

Same: class 53, Stamps, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of 

Supply. 1935. 6 p. 4° $ T 58.8 : 935/53-2 

Same: class 55, Textile clothing, knitted goods, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1035; 

prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 6 p. 4° % T 58.8 : 935/55-2 

Same: class 72, Boots, shoes, leather and rubber clothing, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 

1935; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 4 p. 4° J T 58.8 : 935/72-2 

Same : class 73, Caps, hats, gloves, men's and women's furnishings, Jan. 

1-Oct. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1934. 3 p. 4° t 

T 58.8 : 935/73-2 

Same : class 103. Miscellaneous services, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935 ; prepared 

by Branch of Supply. 1935. 2 p. 4» J T 58.8 : 935/103-2 

Tires and tubes: class 8, Motor vehicles, bicycles, trailers, and all acces- 
sories, outfits, and parts, class 49, Aircraft, aeronautic apparatus, and all 
accessories, outfits, and parts, quarterly list of awards, 3d quarter, fiscal year 
1935, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1935; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. [1935.] 12 
p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935/8, 49/3d quart. 

FEDERAL STANDARD STOCK CATALOG BOARD 

Note. — The functions of the Feileral Standard Stock Catalog Board were transferred 
from the Budget Bureau to the Procurement Division on Oct. 10, 193.3. 

In the list below, some of the Errata and Amendments, dated after Oct. 10, 1933. are 
for specifications issued by the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Board while it was under 
the Budget Bureau, and for these, the old classification, T .51.7/8:, is retained, in order 
that they may be filed with the publications to which they belong. The pamphlets com- 
prising sec. 4 of the Federal standard stock catalog are issued with perforations for 
insertion in binders. 

Government s^ipplics. Federal standard stock catalog: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal 
specification for cards, guide (card-size). Amendment 1. Oct. 1934. 1 p. 
12° t T 58.10/3 : UU-C-76/amdt 1 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for colors, for American flag. 

Amendment 1. Oct. 1934. 1 p. 12° 7 T 58.10/3 : TT-C-591/'amdt. 1 

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January 1935 g-T' 

Government supplies — Continued. 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for couplings, hose, oil-suction 

and discharge. Amendment 1. Oct. 1934. 1 p. 12° t 

T 51.7/8 : WW-C-626/amdt. 1 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for folders, file, pressboard, 

Amendment 1. Oct. 1984. 1 p. 12° t T 58.10/3 : UU-F-581/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for forges, portable, coal-buming. 

Oct. 2, 1934 [published 1935]. 10 p. il. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : S-F-571 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for hose, water, \vrapped. Amend- 
ment 1. Oct. 1934. 1 p. 12° t T 51.7/8 : ZZ-H-611/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for oil, cutting, soluble. Amend- 
ment 1. Nov. 1934 [published 1935]. 2 p. 12° f T 58.10/3 : VV-O-261/amdt. 1 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for olives. Amendment 1. Oct. 

1934. 1 p. 12° t T 51.7/8 : y-0^51/amdt. 1 

— — Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for paint, ready-mixed, and semi- 
paste, black, Amendment 1. Oct. 1934. 1 p. 12° t T 51.7/8 : TT-P-61/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for pickles and relishes, Amend- 
ment 3. Oct. 1934. 2 p. 12° [Includes Errata 1 and 2, Apr. 1932.] t 

T 51.7/8 : JJJ-P-391/amdt. 3 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for sav?s, Amendment 1. Oct. 

1934. 1 p. 12° t T 58.10/3: GGG-&-61/amdt. 1 

PUBLIC DEBT SERVICE 

Money. Circulation statement of United States money, Dec. 31, 1934. 1935. 
1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 10-21267 T 57.7: 934/12 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

AmoeMc dysentery. Chicago epidemic of amoebic dysentery in 1933 [with list 
of references] ; by Herman N. Bundesen. 1934. [l]-f7 p. (Reprint 1655.) 
[From Public health reports, v. 49, no. 43, Oct. 26, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35^26043 T 27.6/a : 1655 

Dermatitis. Actual causes of dermatitis attributed to socks [with bibliography] ; 
by Louis Schwartz. 1934. [1]+10 p. 2 p. of pi. (Reprint 1652.) [From 
Public health reports, v. 49, no. 40, Oct. 5, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26072 T 27.6/a : 1652 

Health hoards and departments. Effectiveness and economy of county health 
department practice, Brunswick-Greensville health administration studies no. 
1, description of study; by Joseph W. Mountin. 1935. [1]-M0 p. (Reprint 
1654.) [From Public health reports, v. 49, no. 42, Oct. 19, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26073 T 27.6/a : 1654 

Bousing. Relation between housing and health [with list of references] ; by 

Rollo H. Britten. 1935. 14 p. (Reprint 1656.) [From Public health reports, 
V. 49, no. 44, Nov. 2, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26014 T 27.6/a : 1656 

National Leprosarium, Carville, La., review of the more important activities 
during fiscal year 1934; by O. E. Denney. 1935. 8 p. (Reprint 1657.) 
[From Public health reports, v. 49, no. 46, Nov. 16, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 27-26293 T 27.6/a : 1657 

Pneumoconiosis. Pulmonary infection in pneumoconiosis : 1, Bacteriologic and 

experimental study [with list of references] ; by H. O. Proske and R. R. 

Sayers. 1934. [l]+20 p. (Reprint 1636.) [From Public health reports, 

V. 49, no. 29, July 20, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 34-28284 T 27.6/a : 1636 

Publio health reports, v. 50, no. 1-4; Jan. 4-25, 1935. 1935. [xv] +1-129 p. il. 

1 pi. [Weekly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 

$3.75. 

L. C. card 6-25167 T 27.6 : 50/1-4 

Special articles. — No. 1. Effects of inhalation of asbestos dust on lungs of asbestos 

workers, preliminary study [with list of references] ; by A. J. Lanza, William J. Mc- 

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88 January 1935 

Public health reports — Continued. 

Connell, and J. William Fehnel. — Endemic typhus in Alabama [with list of references] ; 
by J. N. Baker, James G. McAlpine, and D. G. Gill. — Educator's viewpoint of psychiatric 
service in penal institution ; by K. A. McGee. — No. 2. Note on incidence of amoebic 
dysentery in New York City ; by Robert Olesen and Jacob Rosenbluth. — Effect of experi- 
mental local irritation upon susceptibility to vaccine and encephalitis virus (St. Louis 
type) [with list of references] ; by Charles Armstrong. — Blood cholesterol in leprosy, 
study of total and free cholesterol, cholesterol esters. Van den Bergh reaction, and 
complement fixation test [with list of references] ; by Sara H. Black and Hilary Ross. — 
No. 3. Rat and rat-flea survey of Los Angeles Harbor; by H. E. Trimble and G. C. 
Sherrard. — Administrator's viewpoint of psychiatric services in correctional institu- 
tion ; by Joseph W. Sanford. — No. 4. Sickness among male industrial employees during 
3d quarter and 1st 9 months of 1934; by Dean K. Brundage. — i'lace of psychiatry in 
coordinated correctional program ; by F. Lovell Bixby. 

XoTE. — This publication is distributed gratuitously to State and local health officers 
and to other persons engaged in public health work, by the Surgeon General of the 
I'ublic Health Service. Treasury Department. Others desiring the Reports may obtain 
them from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. ('., at the prices stated 
above. 

Report. Annual reiiort of surgeon general of Pul)lic Health Service, fiscal year 

1934. 1934. vi+143 p. 1 1)1. (Treas. Dept. doc. 3064.) * Cloth, 75c. 

L. C. card 6-5854 T 27.1 : 934 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 30C4 ; H. doc. 3, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

(S'(Cfc«ess among male industrial employees during 2d quarter and 1st half of 
1934; by Dean K. Brundage. 1935. [l]+4 p. (Reprint 1653.) [From Pub- 
lic health reports, v. 49, no. 42, Oct. 19, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26042 T 27.6/a : 1653 

Water purificatioiK Experimental studies of natural purification in polluted 
waters: 9, Nitrification in sewage mixtures [with list of references]; by 
Emery J. Theriault and Paul D. McNamee. 1934. [l]-|-7 p. il. (Reprint 
1651.) [From Puldic health reports, v. 49, no. 40, Oct. 5, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 29-2756;") T 27.(5/a : 1651 

VTCNEREAL DI.SE.\SES DIVISION 

Syphilis. What treatment in early syphilis accomiilishes, cooperative clinical 
studies in treatment of syphilis; [by John H. Stokes, Lida J. Usilton, Haro'.d 
N. Cole, Joseph Earle Moore. Paul A. O'Leary, Udo J. Wile, Thomas Parran, 
jr., and John McMullen]. 1934. 24 p. [From Venereal disease information, 
V. 15, no. 11, Nov. 1034.1 * Paper, 5c. T 27.26/a : Sy 79/23 

Venereal disease information. Venereal disease information, issued by Public 
Health Service for u.se in its cooperative work with State health departments, 
V. 15, no. 12; Dec. 1934. 1934. ii+385-407-f x p. [Monthly.] * Paper, oc. 
single copy, 5(X-. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 90c. 

L. C. card 23-26719 T 27.26 : 15/12 

Special articles. — Darkfield diagnosis of tonsil lesions ; by J. F. Mahoney and K. K. 
Bryant. — Evaluation of serodiagnostic tests for syphilis in United States. — Author 
index [and] Subject index for v. 15, 1934. 

Same, v. 16, no. 1; Jan. 1935. 1935. [l]+l-29 p. ' [Monthly.] 

T 27.26 : 10/1 
TREASURER OF UNITED STATES 

Paper monci/. Monthlv statement, paper currency of each denomination out- 
standing Dec. 31, 1934. Jan. 1. 1935. 1 p. oblong. 12° t T 40.S : 0.34/12 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Report. Annual report «)f administrator of veter;;n.s' affairs, fiscal year 1934. 

1935. ix-f-9<; p. * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card 31-28720 VA 1.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 13, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Army regulations. 

Note. — The Army regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose-leaf 
binders. The names of such of the more important administrative subjects as may 
seem appropriate, arranged in proper sequence, are numbered in a single series, and 
each name so numbered constitutes the title and number of a pamphlet containing cer- 
tain administrative regulations pertaining thereto. Where more than one pamphltt 

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Annv regulations — Continued. 

is required for the administrative regulations pertaining to any such title, additional 

pamphlets will be issued in a separate sub-series. 

40-605. Medical Department: Army and Navy General Hospital [Hot Springs. Ark.] ; 

Dec. 31, 1934. [1935.] 5 p. [Supersedes AR 40-605, Apr. 25, 1929, 

including Changes 2, Feb. 29, 1932.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6/1 : 40-605/4 

40-1070. Same : Clinical records and indexes. Changes 1 ; Nov. 23, 1934. 1934. 1 

p. t W 1.6/2 : 40-1070/2/ch.l 

130-15. National Guard: National Guard of United States; Nov. 1, 1934. [1934.] 

10 p. [Supersedes AR 140-10, Dec. 3, 1931, and together with AR 130-10, 

Nov. 1, 19.34, .supersedes AR 130-10, Apr. 25, 1923, including Changes 2, 

Nov. 6, 1931.] * Paper, oc. W 1.6/1 : 130-15 

Militarif Academy, West Point. Information relative to appointment ;md ad- 
mission of cadets to Military Academy. West Point, N. Y. Edition 1935. 1934. 
iv+70 p. il. 1 pi. 6 p. of pi. t 
L. C. card War 13-98 W 12.9 : 935 

Report of Secretary of War to the President, [fiscal year] 1934. 1934. iii+203 
p. map, 4 tab. * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 8-15&47 W 1.1 : 934 

Technical regulations. 

Note. — Tlie Technical regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. They will consist of a series of pamphlets containing regulations of a 
technical nature, such as descriptions of, instructions for the care of, instriictions for 
the handling of. and the proper nomenclature of arms, materiel, and equipment of the 
various branches. This series will include the class of publications heretntore known as 
handbooks. Technical regulations will be numbered in the same manner as are Train- 
ing regulations, but 1000 will be added to the general subject numbers, i. e.. Training 
regulations will appear as TR 445-270 and Technical regulations as TR 1445-270. 
1210-70. Radio sets, tvpes SCR-189 and SCR-190, prepared under direction of chief sig- 
nal officer; Sept. 11, 1934. [1934.] 35 p. il. [For official use only.] t 

W 1.22 : 1210-70 

Training regulations. Tentative training regulations. 

Note. — Usually the Tentative training regulations are mimeographed and are not 
entered in this catalog. 

150-45. Marksmanship : Cavalry light machine gun, ground course, prepared under di- 
rection of chief of cavalry; Oct. 15, 1934. [1934.] 16 p. il. l 

W 1.21 : 150-45 
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Recruiting news, information issued by direction of adjutant general. Army, v. 17, 
no. 1 and 2; Jan. 1 and 15, 1935. [Recruiting Publicity Bureau, Governors 
Island, Jan. 1 and 15, 1935.] Each 16 p. il. 4° [Semimonthly.] f Recruiting 
Publicity Bureau, Governors Island, N. Y. 
L. C. card War 22-1 W 3.45 : 935/1, 2 

ENGINEER DEPARTMENT 

Orders and regulations, Corps of Engineers, Army, 1934 : chapter 1, Organization 
and administration ; Oct. 15, 1934. 1934. iii+43 p. 12° [Issued with perfo- 
rations for insertion in binder. Sui)ersedes chapter 1, Orders and regulations, 
May 15, 1929, and includes all revisions, amendments, and changes to Oct. 15, 
1934. Orders and regulations. May 15, 1929, was issued as General orders 4, 
1929.] t W 7.8/2:1 

Report. Report of chief of engineers, Army, [fiscal year] 1934 [with Commer- 
cial statistics, water-borne commerce of United States, calendar year 1933]. 
1934. 2 pts. [1] -f 1586 p. and ix+1095 p. * Cloth, pt. 1, $2.00; * pt. 2, $1.75. 
L. C. card 15-^908 W 7.1/1 : 934/1, 2 

pt. 1. Annual report of chief of engineers. Army. 

pt. 2. Commercial statistics, water-borne commerce of United States, calendar year 1933 ; 
compiled in Office of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. 

Same. (H. doc. 7, 2 pts., 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

EIVEES AND HARBORS BOARD 

Panama Canal and its ports. Revised 1934. 1934. xii-f 99 p. il. 3 pi. 14 p. of 
pi. 2 maps. (Port series 22.) * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 34-28261 W 7.21 : 22/2 

GENERAL STAFF CORPS 

Report ot chief of staff. Army [fiscal year] 1934; extract from Annual report 
of Secretary of War, 1934. 1934. iii+34 p. t W 2.1 : 934 

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INSULAR AFFAIRS BUREAU 

Report. Annual report of chief of Bureau of Insular Affairs, [fiscal year] 
1934. 1934. [1] +38 p. * Paper, 5c. W 6.1 : 934 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Report of surgeon general, Army, to Secretary of War [fiscal year] 1934. 1934. 
vii+205 p. il. [Includes statistical tables for calendar year 1933.] * Pa- 
per, 15c, 
L. C. card 6-35357 W 44.1 : 934 

Veterinary Corps, Army. Circular of information in relation to appointment 
in Veterinary Corps, Army, requisite qualifications, examination of applicants, 
etc. Revised May 5, 1926 [reprint 1934]. 7 p. narrow 8" t W 44.5 : V 64/3-2 

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 

Maps 

Cuba. Republic of Cuba, with inset, Habana City and vicinity, drawn by 
Antonio P. Pirola ; map 3406-30. Scale 1 : 500,000. Provisional edition sub- 
ject to correction. [Engineer Reproduction Plant, Army, Washington, D. C] 
June 1934. 2 sheets, 34.2X50 in. and 34.2X42 in. * $2.00. 

W 100.6 : C 89/2/sh.l, 2 

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU 

National Chuard regulations, t 
L. C. card War 26-7 

NoTB. — The National Guard regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in 
loose-leaf binders. They are being printed as they are prepared and approved regard- 
less of the serial numbers of the several pamphlets, and rescind the regulations pub- 
lished in National Guard regulations, 1922, National Guard regulations in force Jan. 1, 
1926, and all subsequent regulations published as changes thereto, and are the only 
National Guard regulations now in force. 

45. Training; Aug. 7, 1934. [in.'?4.] 19 p. [Supersedes NGR 45, Apr. 1, 1027. 
and Changes 4, Sept. 12, 1930.] W 70.7/4 : 45/2 

Report. Annual report of chief of National Guard Bureau, [fiscal year] 1934. 
1934. iii-f 34 p. 4 tab. t 
L. C. card 30-5138 W 70.1: 934 

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT 

Ordnance provision system. Ordnance catalogue (ordnance provision system) : 
Group F, (d) Sight, quadrant, M1918, parts and equipment; June 18, 1934. 
[1934.] 13 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list F-24.) [Supersedes Stand- 
ard nomenclature list F-24, Dec. 2, 1925.] t W 34.23 : F-24/2 

PUERTO RICO 

Note. — The Jurisdiction of the War Department over Puerto Rico was transferred 
to the Division of Territories and Island Possessions in the Department of the Interior 
by Executive order of May 29, 1934, effective July 28, 1934. The annual report listed 
below covers a period prior to the effective date of the transfer. 

Oovernor. 34th annual report of governor of Puerto Rico, Blanton Winship, 
[fiscal year] 1934. [San Juan, P. R., Bureau of Supplies, Printing, and 
Transportation, 1934.] v-f 131 p. il, 3 maps, 3 tab. t 
L. C. card 6-35095 W 75.1 : 934 

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL OF ARMY 

Circulars. Changes 64 [to] Circular 2, 1928; Nov. 1, 1934. [1934.] 1 p. 
[Mimeographed, accompanied by printed pages to be inserted in their proper 
places in the original publication. A list of the accompanying changes is 
found on p. 1 of the Changes here cataloged.] I W 77.4/3 : 2/ch. 64 

SIGNAL OFFICE 
Circular 1 [1933.] t 

1-6. Distribution of supplies and equipment; Jan. 2, 1935. [1935.] 15 p. [Super- 
sedes Circular 1-6, OCSigO, Mar. 1, 1933.] W 42.4 : 1-6/4 

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Notes of General Interest 

NEW GOVKKNMENT AGENCIES AND CHANGES IN FOEMEE OBGANIZATIONS 

Under the provisions of Public Act No. 1, Seventy-fourth Congress, approved 
January 1, 1935, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation is authorized to con- 
tinue to perforin its functions until February 1, 1937, or such earlier date as 
the President may fix by proclamation, and the liquidation and winding up of 
its affairs as provided for by section 13 of the Reconstruction Finance Cor- 
poration Act, as amended, are postponed during the period that the functions 
of the Corporation are continued pursuant to the act of January 1, 1935. 

The Bureau of Agricultural Economics announces the organization of a 
Division of Marketing Research as an aid to their new program of research 
on problems of marketing agricultural products. 

NEW PERIODICALS 

The Federal Emergency Relief Administration has recently started the 
publication of two periodicals entitled The Project and Concerning Workers' 
Education. The Project is an illustrated monthly bulletin issued in conjunc- 
tion with the Federal Surplus Relief Corporation, and is printed by the 
Citizens' Service Exchange, Richmond, Va. Concerning Workers' Education 
appears at somewhat irregular intervals and is not printed at the Government 
Printing Ofiice, being reproduced by a process other than printing, by an out- 
side agency. Application for both periodicals should be made to the Federal 
Emergency Relief Administration, Washington, D. C. 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

The Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of Navy and Marine 
Corps, formerly issued January 1st of each year, will hereafter be issued as of 
July 1st, according to an announcement by the Navy Department. 

A new edition of the Code of Laws of United States is now in press and will 
probably be available about May 1st. The new edition will incorporate the 
additions and changes that would have appeared in Supplement 8, which will 
not be issued. 

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No. 482 FEBRUARY 1935 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Note.- — Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be 
supplied by the Superintendent of Documeuts, Washington, D. C. The department is.^ues 
a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all applicants, enabling them to 
select such reports and bulletins as interest them. 

Apples. Penetration, distribution, and effect of petroleum oils in apple [with 
list of literature cited] ; by Paul A. Young. 1935. [2] +559-571 p. il. 2 pi. 
[From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 
5c. A 1.23/a : Ap 52/62 

Crops and markets, Jan. 1935; v. 12, no. 1. [1935.] p. 1-32, il. 4° [Monthly.] 
* Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L C. card Agr 24-113 A 36.11/3 : 12/1 

Publications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publica- 
tions, Dec. 1934 and Jan. 1935. See Information Office, Publications, p. 101. 

Quarantine. Notice of lifting of quarantine 62, narcissus bulb quarantine, effec- 
tive Apr. 1, 1935. 1935. 1 p. (Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bu- 
reau. ) t A 56.13 : 62 

Swine. White spotting in Duroc-Jersey swine [with list of literature cited] ; 
by Julius E. Nordby. 1935. [2] +625-634 p. il. [From Journal of agricul- 
tural research, v. 49, no. 7, Oct. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : Sw 64/15 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Commerce. Agriculture's interest in America's world trade, questions and 
answers on vital aspect of America's future [with bibliography] ; prepared in 
Division of Information. Jan. 1935. v+22 p. ([G 26.]) [Illustration on 
front cover.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-8 A 55.2 : Am 3 

Consumers' guide, v. 2, no. 9, Feb. 25, 1935; [issued by consumers' counsel of 
Agricultural Adjustment Administration in cooperation with Bureau of Agri- 
cultural Economics, Bureau of Home Economics, Bureau of Labor Statistics]. 
[1935.] 32p. iL4° t A 55.12: 2/9 

Corn. Instructions for operation of corn-hog control association in 1935, supple- 
ment 3 to Instructions for conducting 1935 corn-hog program and use of related 
forms (C. H. 108) ; [prepared in] Corn and Hogs Section. Feb. 13, 1935. 
21 p. (C. H. 108c.) t A 55.2 : C 81/18/SUPP.3 

• Procedure for handling corn-hog contracts where Form C. H. 101c (Rider 

A) becomes part of contract under Administrative ruling no. 131, and Instruc- 
tions for use of Form C. H. 106a supporting evidence for hogs sold as meat, 
lard, or dressed carcass, supplement 2 to Instructions for conducting 1935 
corn-hog program and use of related forms (C. H. 108) ; [prepared in] Corn 
and Hogs Section. Feb. 5, 1935. 7 p. (C. H. 108b.) t 

A 55.2 : C 81/18/supp.2 

Processing taxes on corn and hogs, series of questions and answers; 

prepared in Corn and Hogs Section. Feb. 1935. v+lG p. (Form C. H. 
118.) [Supersedes all information pertaining to corn- and hog-proces^ing 
taxes previously issued by Agricultural Adjustment Administration, includ- 
ing original edition of this series (C. H. 32), issued Jan. 1934.] t 
L. C. card Agi- 35-13 A 55.2 : C 81/9/985 

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Cotton. Administrative rulings applicable for 1935 to 1934 and 1935 cotton 
acreage adjustment plan: Rulings nos. 1-30. Feb. 20, 1935. ii+14 p. (Cot- 
ton 106.) t A 55.2 :C 82/10 

Cotton rental payments per acre at 3^^ per pound of lint, 1935, for use 

by committeemen ; [prepared in] Cotton Production Section. [1935.] 1 p. 4° 
(Form CPS 4. ) t A 55.2 : O 82/9 

Fruit. Marketing agreement and license for handlers of northwest fresh de- 
ciduous tree fruit grown in Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho; mar- 
keting agreement approved and executed Oct. 13, 1933, effective Oct. 14, 1933. 
license issued Oct. 27, 1933, effective Oct. 28, 1933. [Reprint] 1935. ii+27 p. 
( Marketing agreement series, agreement 16 ; License series, license 27 ; Form 
M 53. ) * Paper, 5c. A 55.9 : 16/1-2 

General regulations. General regulations made by Secretary of Agric;ulture 
with approval of the President under agricultural adjustment act, approved 
May 12, 1933, asi amended, and under Executive orders issued by the Presi- 
dent pursuant to national industrial recovery act, approved June 16, 1933, 
relating to confidential information and prohibitions against employees be- 
coming associated with certain business groups after leaving the department. 
June 1934 [reprint 1935]. 4 p. (General regulations, series 5, revision 
1.) t A 55.6 : G 28/ser.5, rev.l/rep. 

• General regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture with approval of 

the President .under agricultural adjustment act, May 12, 1933, as amended : 
[article 2, Hearings on codes of fair competition under sec. 3 (a) of the 
act]. June 1934, [reprint] 1935. 1 p. (General regulations, series 2, arti- 
cle 2, sec. 201, subdivision (b), as amended.) t 

A 55.6 : G 28/ser.2/amdt.l/rep. 

Goats. Administrative ruling no. 6: Emergency livestock agreement [relating 
to goats; prepared in] Cattle and Sheep Section. Jan. 22, 1935. 2 p. 
( Sheep 10. ) t A 55.2 ; Sh 3/no.6 

Millc. Atlanta milk license, how it operates, license 93 [effective Dec. 1, 
1934]. Jan. 1935. cover title, 8 p. il. narrow S'' (Commodity information 
series, milk leaflet 1.) t 
L. C. card Agr 35-7 A55.25/3 ;1 

— — - Dubuque milk license, how it operates, license 94 [effective Dec. 5, 
1934]. Jan. 1935. cover title, 7 p. il. narrow 8° (Commodity infonnation 
series, milk leaflet 2.) t A55.25/3 :2 

News digest, v. 2, no. 18-21; Feb. 2-23, 1935. [1935.] various paging, 4" 
[Weekly. Multigraphed.] t A55.il :2/18-21 

Peas. Marketing agreement and license for shippers of fresh peas and cauli- 
flower grown in Colorado; marketing agreement approved and executed Jan. 
11, 1935, effective Jan. 15, 1935, license issued Jan. 11, 1935, effective Jan. 15, 
1935. 1935. iii-f28 p. (Marketing agreement series, agreement 56; License 
series, license 97 ; M 84. ) * Paper, 5c. A 55.9 : 56 

Prunes. Marketing agreement and license for dried prunes produced in Cali- 
fornia ; marketing agreement approved and executed by Secretary of Agricul- 
ture, Aug. 16, 1934, effective Aug. 17, 1934, license issued by Secretary of 
Agriculture, Aug. 16, 1934. effective Aug. 17, 1934. [Reprint] 1935. ii+75 p. 
(Marketing agreement series, agreement 53; License series, license 87; Form 
M SO.) * Paper, 10c. A 55.9 : 53/1-2 

Tobacco. Revision of tobacco regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture 
with approval of the President under agricultural adjustment act, as 
amended : Rates of processing taxes with respect to processing of cigar-leaf 
tobacco used in manufacture of scrap chewing and/or smoking tobacco, 
Burley, flue-cured, fire-cured, and dark air-cured tobacco used in manufacture 
of chewing tobacco, and definition and conversion factors. Jan. 19, 1935. 
7 p. (Tobacco regulations, series 1, no. 2.) [Revision and supplementation 
of Tobacco regulations, series 1, no. 1.] t A 55.6 : T 55/ser. 1, no. 2 

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Wheat. Facts about wheat [review of wheat situation as it affects wheat 
growers of United States]. [Jan.] 1935. iii+2S p. il. ([Commodity in- 
formation series, wheat circular 1.] ) [Another illustration on front 
cover.] t 
L. C. card Agr 35-12 A 55.25/4 : 1 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions, Feb. 1, 1935; 
V. ,19, no. 2. [1935.] 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a 
yr. ; foreign subscription, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 19/2 

Containers used in shipping fruits and vegetables; [by H. A. Spilman and 

Robert W. Davis]. [Apr. 1929, revised 1934.] [1934.] 11+34 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1579.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 29-702 A 1.9 : 1579/2 

Crops. Separate for crop reporters : General crop report as of Dec. 1, 1934 
[etc. ; Summary of acreage, production, price received by farmers, and farm 
value of important crops, 1932, 1933, and 1934, etc.]. [1935.] p. 457, 460- 
466, il, 4° [From Crops and markets, v, 11, no. 12.] f A 36.ll/3a : C 883/64 

— — Simple way to increase crop yields [methods followed by farmers of 
coastal plain section of Central Atlantic States in building up soil fertility ; 
by H. A. Miller]. [Feb. 1918, revised Nov. 1932, reprint 1934.] [2]-|-21 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 924.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 32-1162 A 1.9 : 924/3-3 

Grain. Handbook of official grain standards of United States, standards for 
wheat, barley, oats, feed oats, mixed feed oats, rye, and mixed grain, effec- 
tive July 2, 1934, for flaxseed, effective Aug. 1, 1934, and for corn and grain 
sorghums, effective Sept. 1, 1934, with amendments to standards for smutty 
wheat, smutty rye, and smutty mixed grain, effective July 25, 1934, important 
features of grain inspection ; prepared by Grain Division. Revised Sept. 
1934. 1934. 114-91 p. il. narrow 24° * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-918 A 36.25 : G 76/934 

Hospitals. Rural hospitals; [by Wayne C. Nason]. [Mar. 1926, reprint 1934.] 
ii+46 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1485.) * JPaper, 5c. 
L. G. card Agr 2^-415 A 1.9 : 1485/1-2 

Outlook charts. Sheep, lambs, and wool, outlook charts, for use with Agricul- 
tural outlook for 1935. Washington, D. C, Nov, 1934. [6]-f2S p. il. 4° 
[Text multigraphed, illustrations rotaprinted.] t A 36.50 : Sh 3/935 

Wheat, outlook charts, for use with Agricultural outlook for 1935. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Nov. 1934. [6] +24 p. il. 4° [Text multigraphed, illustrations 
rotaprinted.] f A 36.50 : W 56/935 

Poultry. Business records for poultry keepers ; [by E. R. Johnson and A. R. 
Lee]. [Dec. 1929, reprint 1935.] [2]+20p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1614.) [Prepared in cooperation with Animal Industry Bureau. 
Supersedes Farmers' bulletin 1427, Poultry accounts.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-1745 A 1.9 : 1614/1-5 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Bridge piers as channel obstructions [with lists of literature cited and anno- 
tated references] ; by David L. Yarnell. Nov. 1934. cover title, 52 p. il. 8 p. 
of pi. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 442.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-930 A 1.36 : 442 

Clearing land of brush and stumps; [by George R. Boyd]. [May 1927, revised 
June 1929, slightly revised Feb. 1933, reprint 1934.] ii+34 p! il. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1526.) [Supersedes Farmers' bulletin 974.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 27-418 A 1.9: 1526/3-2 

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Farm drainage; [by Lewis A. Jones]. [Oct. 1929, reprint 1934.] ii+2.5 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1606.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-1610 A 1.9: 1606/1-4 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Horses. Care and management of farm work horses ; [by J. O. Williams and 
Earl B. Krantz]. [June 1924, revised Apr. 1929, reprint 1934.] ii+18 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1419.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 24-740 A 1.9 : 1419/2-3 

Feeding horses; [by G. A. Bell and J. O. Williams]. [Dec. 1918, revised 

June 1927, slightly revised Nov. 1934.] [1934.] ii+18 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1030.) [Date of original issue incorrectly given on 
p. ii as Dec. 1910.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 19-358 A 1.9 : 1030/5 

Lungworms. Life history of lungworms parasitic in swine [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by Benjamin Schwartz and Joseph E. Alicata. Dec. 1934. cover 
title, 42 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 456.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-928 A 1.36 : 45fl 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, Dec. 1934 ; 

[no.] 332. Jan. 1935. p. 103-113. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, 45c. 

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BIOLOGICAL SURVEY BUREAU 

Rat proofing buildings and premises; [by James Silver, W. E. Crouch, and M. C. 
Betts]. [Doc. 19;iO, reprint 1935.] ii+26 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers" 
bulletin 1638.) [Prepared in cooperation with Public Roads Bureau.] 
* Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 31-1 A 1.9 : 1638/1-2 

Reindeer. Raising reindeer in Alaska; [by Lawrence J. Palmer]. [Nov. 1934.] 
[2] +41 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 207.) [Super- 
sedes Circular 82, Improved reindeer handling.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 
L. e. card Agr 34-920 A 1.38 : 207 

Watei-foiol flyways of North America : by Frederick C. Lincoln. Jan. 19S5. 
12 p. il. (Agriculture Dopt. Circular 342.) * Paper, 5c. 
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CHEMISTRY AND SOILS BUREAU 

Algcr Countij. Mich. Soil survey of Alger County, Mich. ; by J. O. Veatch, 
L. R. Schoenmann. F. U. Lesh, and Z. C. ^Nloster. [1934.] cover title, 41 p. 
il. 1 pi. map. ([Soil survey report] 32, series 1929.) [Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and Michigan Depart- 
ment of Conservation. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 
40c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-912 A 47.5 : 929/32 

Columbia Count if, Orcg. Soil survey of Columbia County, Oreg. [with list of 
literature cited] ; by W. G. Harper and E. F. Torgerson. [1934.] cover title, 
50 p. il. 2 p. of pi. map. ([Soil survey report] 35, series 1929.) [Prepared in 
cooperation with Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station. Text and illus- 
tration on p. 2—4 of cover. Rubber stamp corrections have been made on p. 7, 
changing '' bushel " to read " sack."] * Paper, 35c. 
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Eydrogen-ion concentration. Methods for determining hydrogen-ion concentra- 
tion of soils [with list of literature cited] ; by E. F. Snyder. Dec. 1928, re- 
vised Jan. 1935. [1935.] cover title, 48 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 
56.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Slaughtering. Conservatiou of wastes from small-scale slaughter of meat 
animals [with list of literature cited] ; by G. P. Walton and R. F. Gardiner. 
June 1929, revised Dec. 1934. [1934.] 24 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 
63.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Washtenaio Coutity, Mich. Soil survey of Washtenaw County, Mich, [with list 
of literature cited] ; by J. O. Veatch, L. C. Wheeting, and Arnold Bauer. 
[1934.] cover title, 47 p. il. 2 p. of pi. map. ([Soil survey report] 21, series 
1930.) [Prepared in cooperation with Michigan Agricultural Experiment 
Station. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 35c. 
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DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Cattle. Care and management of dairy bulls; [by J. R. Dawson]. [June 1924, 
revised May 1930, reprint 1935.] ii+22 p. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1412.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Dairy herd-improvement association, herd-record book [for] 20 cows. 

1934. cover title, [52] p.-f 1 folded leaf, il. 4° (B. D. I. 5 revised.) [Blank 
records to be filled out with herd data. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] f 

A 44.2 :H 41/3 

• Judging dairy cattle; [by A. B. Nystrom and C. H. Schopmeyer]. [Apr. 

1927, revised Nov. 1931, slightly revised Nov. 1934.] [1934.] [l]-f30 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous circular 99.) [Prepared in cooperation 
with Cooperative Extension Work Office.] * Paper, 5c. 
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Results of transplanting gonadial tissue in dairy cows and bulls ; by 

Fred W. Miller, R. R. Graves, and G. T. Creech. 1934. [2] -f 259-278 p. il. 
[From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 3, Aug. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 
5c. A 1.23/a : C 839/23 

Dairy-herd-improvement associations and stories records tell; [by J. C. Mc- 
Dowell]. [Oct 1929, reprint 1935.] ii-f21 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 1604.) [Revision of Farmers' bulletin 1446, Cow-testing asso- 
ciations and stories records tell.] * Paper, 5c. 
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Dairy houses. Farm dairj' houses, [by Ernest Kelly and K. E. Parks; revised 
by R. P. Hotis]. [Oct 1921, revised Jan. 1932, reprint 1934.] ii-fl3 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1214.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Pasture lands. Seasonal variations in carrying capacity of pastures for dairy 
cows in milk [with lis>t of literature cited] ; by T. E. Woodward and R. R. 
Graves. Dec. 1934. 20 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 465.) 
*Paper, 5c. 
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Udders. Dairy cow's udder studied to establish development standards; [by 
W. W. Swett and C. A. Matthews]. [1934.] 7 p. il. (Yearbook separate 
1439.) [From Yearbook of agriculture, 1934.] t A 1.10/a : 1439 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU 

Ants. House ants, kinds and methods of control ; [by] C. L. Marlatt. [July 8, 
1916, revised Jan. 1930, reprint 1934.] 15 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 740. ) * Paper,. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 22-577 A 1.9 : 740/6-6 

BoU-weeml problem; [by W. D. Hunter and B. R. Coad]. [June 192:3, reprint 
1934.] [2] +30 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1329.) 
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Cutworms and their control in com & other cereal crops; [by W. R. Walton]. 
[June 1916, revised May 1920, slightly revised Apr. 1933, reprint 1934.] 
8p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 739.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Exerlstes roborator. Studies of Exeristes roborator (Fab.), parasite of Euro- 
pean corn borer in Lake Erie area [with list of literature cited] ; by W. A. 
Baker and L. G. Jones. Nov. 1934. 27 p. il. 2 p. of pi. (Agriculture Dept. 
Technical bulletin 460. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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Gladiolus thrips. Studies of derris, nicotine, paris green, and other poisons in 
combination with molasses in control of gladiolus thrips [with list of litera- 
ture cited]; by Henry H. Richardson. 1934. [2] -f 359^373 p. il. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 4, Aug. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A1.23/a:G45V5 

Insects. Control of insect pests in stored grain ; [by E. A. Back and R. T. 
Cotton]. [June 1926, revised June 1931, reprint 1934.] ii-|-34 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1483. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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Orchard insect pests of Pacific Northwest and their control ; by E. J. 

Newcomer. Aug. 1933 [revised Mar. 1934, reprint 1935]. cover title, 77 p. 11. 
(Agriculture Dept. Circular 270.) [The title of the original publication 
and that given on p. 1 of this publication is: Orchard insects of Pacific 
Northwest and their control.] * Paper, 10c. 
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Scarahaeids. Characters useful in distinguishing larvae of Popillia japonica 
and other introduced scarabaeidae from native species ; by Robert J. Sim. 
Dec. 1934. 20 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 334.) "= Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-924 A 1.4/2 : 334 

Soolytus. Revisional study of genus Scolytus GeofCroy (Eccoptogaster Herbst) 
in North America [with list of literature cited] ; by M. W. Blackman. Sept. 
1934. 31 p. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 431.) * Paper, 5c. 
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EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

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Report of Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1934 [with list of litera- 
ture cited.] Jan. 1935. cover title, 31 p. il. t 
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EXTENSION SERVICE 

Extension Service review, v. 5, no. 12; Dec. 1934. [1935.] cover title, p. 

177-192, il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] 
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FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

Food. Notices of judgment under food and drugs act 22476-575. Jan. 1935. 
p. 235-276. t 
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Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, food and 
drug no. 2 (4th revision) : Definitions and standards for food products, for 
use in enforcing food and drugs act. Aug. 1933 [reprint with slight change 
1934.] 20 p. t 
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FOREST SERVICE 

Timber. Guide to grading of structural timbers and determination of working 
stresses [with list of literature cited] ; by T. R. C. Wilson. Feb. 1934 [re- 
print 1935]. 27 p. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 185.) 
[Prepared by Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis.] * Paper, 5c. 
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Wood. Comparative strength properties of woods grown in United States 
[with list of literature cited] ; by L. J. Markwardt. Feb. 1930 [reprint 
1935]. cover title, 39 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 158.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
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GRAIN FUTURES ADMINISTRATION 

Wheat futures, volume of trading, open commitments and prices, Jan. 2, 1930- 
Dec. 31, 1932. Sept. 1933 [reprint 1935]. cover title, 110 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Statistical bulletin 41. ) * Paper, 10c. 
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HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Diets at 4 levels of nutritive content and cost [with list of literature cited] ; 
by Hazel K. Stiebeling and Medora M. Ward. Nov. 1933 [reprint 1934]. 
cover title, 59 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 296.) * Paper, 5c. 
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8. Vitamin B for good appetite and good muscle tone. 1934. A 42.7 : 8/934 

9. Vitamin C for healthy gums and teeth. 1935. A 42.7 : 9/935 

10. Vitamin D for good bones and teeth. 1935. A 42.7: 10/935 

11. Vitamin G for general well-being. 1935. A 42.7 : 11/935 

INFORMATION OFFICE 

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PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Alfalfa. Genetics of resistance to bacterial wilt in alfalfa; by R. A. Brink, 
F. R. Jones, and H. R. Albrecht. 1935. [2] +635-642 p. il. [Prepared in 
cooperation with Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. From Journal 
of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 7, Oct. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Al 28/31 

Apple hitter rot and its control; [by John W. Roberts and Leslie Pierce]. 

[Apr. 191S, revised Feb. 1935.] [1935.] ii+11 p. il, (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 938. ) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 35-16 A 1.9 : 938/2 

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Bermuda grass. Eradication of Bermuda grass ; [by Albert A. Hansen]. [Sept. 
1918, revised Dec. 1924, reprint 1934.] ii+9 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 945.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 18-953 A 1.9 : 945/4-9 

Buckwheat; [by Clyde E. Leighty]. [Oct. 1919, revised May 1927, reprint 
1934.] 24 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1062.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. 0. card Agr 19-1022 A 1.9 : 1062/2-2 

Clover. Effect of mildew and rust infection on dry weight and respiration of 
excised clover leaflets; by Cecil E. Yarwood. 1984. [2] +549-558 p. il. 
[From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper. 
5c. A 1.23/a : C 625/6 

Corn. The what and how of hybrid corn; [by Frederick D. Richey]. [Jan. 
1935.] ii+14 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1744.) * Paper, 
5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-5 A 1.9 : 1744 

Cotton. Community cotton production; [by O. F. Cook and R. D. Martin]. 

[Aug. 1924, reprint 1934.] ii+21 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulle- 
tin 1384.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Cotton-root rot. Morphology and life history of cotton root-rot fungus in 
Tex'is [with list of literature cited] ; by David C. Neal, R. E. Wester, and 
K. C. Gunn. 1934. [2] +539-548 p. il. 1 pi. 10 p. of pi. [From Journal of 
agricultural research, v. 49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.2'3/a : C 829/91 

I'ersistent sti'ands of cotton root-rot fungus in Texas [with list of liter- 
ature cited] ; by Homer C. McNamara, R. E. Wester, and K. C. Gunn. 1934. 
[2] +531-538 p. 6 p. of pi. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, 
no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 829/90 

Cuti'ants. Immunity of Viking, Norwegian red currant, to Cronartium ribicola 
and C. occidentale under greenhouse conditions [with list of literature cited] ; 
by Glenn Gardner Hahn. Jan. 1935. cover title, 16 p. il. 1 pi. (Agriculture 
Dept. Circular 330. ) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-10 A 1.4/2 : 330 

Field pea as forage crop; [by H. N. Vinall]. [Oct. 8, 1915, revised June 1926, 

reprint 1934.] 24 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 690.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 17-1117 A 1.9 : 690/5-3 

Flax. Histological characters of flax roots in relation to resistance to wilt and 
root rot [with list of literature cited] : by Lytton W. IBoyle. Dee. 1934. 19 
p. 4 p. of pi. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 458.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-926 A 1.36 : 458 

Green manurhui. Green manuring; [bv C Y. Piper and A. J. Pieters]. [Apr. 
1922, reprint 1934.] 46 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1250.) 
[Date of original i.ssue incorrectly given on p. 2 as Apr. 1925, which is date of 
a previcms reprint.] * Paper, 5c. 
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■ Winter legumes for green manure in cotton belt ; [by Roland McKee and 

A. D. McNair]. [Apr. 1931, reprint 1934.] ii+21 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 1663.) [Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Bureau.] * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 31-141 A 1.9 : 1663/1-2 

Hotbeds and coldframes ; [by W. R. Beattie]. [Feb. 1935.] ii+29 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1743.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-15 A 1.9 : 1743 

Johnson ffrass as a weed ; [by M. W. Talbot]. [Mar. 1928, reprint 1934.] ii+10 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1537.) [Revision of Farmers' 
bulletin 279. Method of eradicating Johnson grass.] * Paper, 5c. 
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Mildews. Control of apple powdery mildew; [by D. F. Fisher]. fMay 1920. 
revised Oct. 1928, reprint with slight changes 1935.] 15 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1120.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-211 A 1.9 : 1120/2-6 

Pythium arrhenomanes. Variability in Pythlum arrhenomanes in relation to 
root rot of sugarcane and corn [with list of literature cited] ; by 11. D. Rands 
and Ernest Dopp. [1934.] cover title, p. 189-221, il. [From Journal of 
agricultural research, v. 49, no. 3, Aug. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Su 32/38 

Root knot. Field practices affecting control of cotton root knot in Arizona ; by 
C. J. King and Claude Hope. Dec. 1934. 14 p. 11. (Agriculture Dept. Cir- 
cular 337.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Rubher content of 2 species of Cryptostegia and of interspecific hybrid in Plorida 
[with list of literature cited] ; by Loren G. Polhamus, Harlan H. Hill, and 
Joseph A. Elder. Dec. 1934. cover title, 23 p. il. 1 pi. 8 p. of pi. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Technical bulletin 457.) * Paper, 10c. 
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RuHts of cereal crops ; by H. B. Humphrey, E. C. Stakman, E. B. Mains, C. O. 
Johnston, H. C. Murphy, and Wayne M. Bever. Feb. 1935. 27 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Circular 341.) [Prepared In cooperation with Entomology 
and Plant Quarantine Bureau.] * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card Agr 35-14 A 1.4/2 : 341 

Sugar beets. Parasitism of Rhizoctonia solani on sugar beet [with list of 
literature cited] ; by E. L. LeClerg. 1934. cover title, p. 407-431, il. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 5, Sept. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Su 32/37 

WaUiut blight and its control in Pacific Northwest: by Paul W. Miller. Dec. 

1934. 14p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 331.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 34-914 A 1.4/2 : 331 

Wheat. Culture of winter wheat in eastern United States ; [by] Clyde E. 
Leighty. June 20, 1914, revised Apr. 1927 [reprint 1934]. 15 p. 11. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 596.) * Paper, 5c. 
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PUBLIC ROADS BUREAU 

Public roads. Public roads, journal of highway research, v. 15, no. 11 ; Jan. 

1935. [1935.] cover title, p. 253-272, il. 4° [Monthly. Text on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1..50. 

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WEATHER BUREAU 

Climatio suminarif. Climatic summary of United States, climatic data from 
establishment of stations to 1930, edited by R. J. Martin : sec. 17. Central 
California. [1934.] M p. il. 4° [Revised edition of a unit in the series 
hitherto entitled Summary of climatological data for United States by sec- 
tions, designated sec. 14 in preceding editions.] * Paper, 10c. 

A 29.5/a : sec.17/930 

Same: sec. 81. Western New York. [1934.] 24 p. il. 4° [Revised edi- 
tion of a unit in the series hitherto entitled Summary of climatological data 
for United States by sections, designated sec. 101 in preceding editions.] 

* Paper, 10c. A 29.5/a : sec.81/930 

■ Same: sec. 83, Eastern New York. [1934.] 39 p. il. 4° [Revised edition 

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United States by sections, designated sec. 104 in preceding editions.] 

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CUmatological data for United States by sections, v. 21, no. 9; Sept. 1934. 
[1934.] cover title, [204] p. 11. 2 p. of maps, 4° * Paper, 35c. complete 
monthly number, $4.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $6.00. 

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cannot be supplied. The separate Climatological data are sold by the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the rate of 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. for each 
section. 

Frost and prevention of frost damage; [by Floyd D. Young]. [Apr. 1929, 
slightly revised Jan. 1935.] [1935.] [2] +62 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 1588.) [Revision of Farmers' bulletin 1096.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-688 A 1.9 : 1588/2 

Meteorology. Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C, Jan. 1935. 
[Feb. 6, 1935.] [2] p. large 8° t A 29.30: 935/1 

Monthly iceather revieic. Monthly weather review, Oct. 1934; v. 62, no. 10. 
[Jan. 16, 1935.] cover title, p. 361-396, il. 8 p. of maps, 4° [Text on p. 2 
and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$2 25 

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Note. — The Monthly weather review contains (1) meteorological contributions and 
bibliography, (2) an interpretative summary and charts of the weather of the month 
in the United States, and on adjacent oceans, and (3) climatological tables dealing 
with the weather of tlie month. The contributions are principally results of observa- 
tional or research work in meteorology carried on in the United States or other parts 
of the world. 

Special articles. — Quarterly forecasts of sea and air temperatures ; by George F. 
McEwen. — International comparison of standard barometers ; by S. P. Fergusson. — 
Meteorological conditions preceding thunderstorms on national forests : 1, Western 
and central Oregon : by W. K. Stevens. — Lightning storms and fires on national forests 
of Oregon and Washington, by William G. Morris ; summarized by W. R. Stevens. — 
Effect of time of observation on mean temperature ; by W. F. Rumbaugh. — Use of free- 
air soundings in general forecasting [with list of literature cited J ; by Horace R. 
Byers. — Remarkable temperature agreement at a 33-year interval ; by J. B. Kincer 
and W. A. Mattice. 

Same, Nov. 1934; v. G2, no. 11. [Feb. 12, 103.1.] cover title, p. 397-431. 

il. 2 maps, 8 p. of maps, 4" [Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] A 29.6/1 : 62/11 
Special articles. — Turbidities of American air masses and conclusions regarding 
seasonal variation in atmospheric dust content [with bibliography] ; by H. Wexler. — 
Some wind velocity correlations; [by] Eric R. Miller. — Record November fog preceding 
phenomenal winter of 1933-34 in Pacific Northwest [with list of literature cited] ; by 
Archer B. Carpenter. — Winter fogs in Great Valley of California ; by R. C. Counts, jr. — 
Regression equations analyzing immediate antecedents of temperature anomalies in 
Straits of Florida surface "water ; by Giles Slocum. 

Weather. "Weekly weather and crop l)ulletin, with snow and ice data, Feb. 5- 
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except Sundays (DWM), $3.00 a yr.. 25c. a month; daily, including Sundays 
and holidays (DSHM), $3.tJ0 a yr., 30c. a month; Sunday and holiday maps 
only (SHM), no subscription for less than 6 months, 30c., 60c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $9.10 a yr. (maps cannot be furnished in quantities unless the 
order is placed with the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, in 
advance of issue) . A 29.18 : 935 

Note. — Subscribers desiring maps containing forecasts of weather conditions outside 
of the Washington forecast district will be referred to the district in which they are 
located, and all subscriptions forwarded through the Weather Bureau for proper station 
reference. Maps containing these forecasts are issued daily, except Sundays and holi- 
days, at New Orleans, La., Denver, Colo., Chicago, 111., San Francisco, Calif., and other 
field stations, and are designated as station weather maps DD, CM, or E ; subscription 
price, $2.40 a yr., 20c. a month. 

Weather outlook, Feb. 4-Mar. 2 [1935]. Feb. 2-23, 193.5. Each 1 p. [Weekly. 
The edition here cataloged is the one for Districts 1-3 issued from the fore- 
cast center at Washington, D. C] t A 29.38 : 935/5-8 
Note. — The Weather outlooks for the various zones are prepared at, and distributed 
from, forecast centers of the Weather Bureau, as follows: Washington, D. C. (District 

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February 1935 105 

Weather outlook — Continued. 

1, North and Middle Atlantic States, District 2, South Atlantic States, District 3, Ohio 
Valley and Tennessee) ; New Orleans, La. (District 4, East Gulf States, District 5, 
Southern Plains and West Gulf States) ; Chicago, 111. (District 6, Region of Great 
Lakes, District 7, Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys. District 8, Northern 
and central Great Plains) ; Denver, Colo. (District 9, Northern Rocky Mountain re- 
gion. District 10, Southern Rocky Mountain and Plateau regions) ; San Francisco, 
Calif. (District 11, Par Western States). 

ARCHITECT OF CAPITOL 

Appropriatmis. Supplemental estimates of appropriations for legislative estab- 
lishment, under Architect of Capitol, [fiscal year] 1936. Feb. 14, 1935. 3 p, 
(H. doc. 99, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Commission furnishes most of its publications gratuitously to those who 
apply for them. 

OffiGial register of United States, 1934, containing list of persons occupying admin- 
istrative and supervisory positions in each executive and judicial department 
of Government, including District of Columbia. 1935. viii-f 211 p. [Known 
as Blue book.] * Cloth, 85c. 
L. C. card 8-35096 CS 1.31 : 934 

Retirement. Civil service retirement, fiscal year 1934; extracts from annual re- 
ports of administrator of veterans' affairs and Civil Service Commission, with 
additional tables compiled subsequent to publication of these reports. 1935. 
26 p. (Foi-m 3013, Jan. 1935.) * Paper, 5c. CS 1.2 :R 31/2 

Veteran preference [in appointment to civil otfices under United States Govern- 
ment.] Jan. 1935. 8 p. (Form 1481.) f 
L. C. card 29-26507 CS 1.30: 935 



COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — In its efforts to foster, promote, and develop, the foreign and domestic commerce, 
the mining, manufacturing, shipping, and fishery industries, and the transportation facili- 
ties of the United States, the Department of Commerce issues many regular and special 
publications. The free distribution of publications of the department is confined almost 
entirely to Government officers, libraries, educational institutions, the press, and com- 
mercial organizations. Others may procure them, at prices stated below, from the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C, to whom remittances 
should be sent direct, as his office is not a part of the Department of Commerce. United 
States coast and intracoastaJ waterways pilots, tide tables, current tables, and charts are 
sold by the Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

Fish and fisheries. Laws and regulations for protection of fisheries of Alaska. 
Jan. 19, 1935. 48 p. 4° (Department circular 251, 21st edition; Bureau of 
Fisheries, Alaska Fisheries Service.) [Supersedes all previous editions.] t 

C 1.4 : 251/21 

Organisation. OflScial duties of Department of Commerce. 1935. [1]+12 p. 
[From Congressional directory, Jan. 1935.] t C 1.2 : Or 3/3/935 

Telephone directory. Department of Commerce, telephone directory, Feb. 1, 
1935. 1935. ii-f-15 p. 4° [Illustration on verso of front cover.] % 

C 1.2 : T 23/2 
AIR COMMERCE BUREAU 

Air commerce bulletin, v. 6, no. 8; Feb. 15, 1935. [1935.] 179-195-f[l] p. il. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 29-26634 C 23.12 : 6/8 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 9-15. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] f 
L. C. card 27-27717 C 23.1 : 934 

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106 February 1935 

Airicay maps 

Atlunta, Go., to Greensboro, N. C. ; airway map 128. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale- 
1 : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Dec. 1934. 43.8 X 
10.2 in. t 35c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/1 : 128/4 

Cleveland [Ohio]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
scale 1 : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Sui-vey, Washington, D. C, Feb. 1935. 
20.3X42.5 in. [Lambert confornial conic projection.] t 40c.. Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey. C 23.10/3 : C 599/6 

Detroit [ J/ !C?}.] -Toronto [Canada] ; section of United States ain\-ay map. Scale 
10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, 
Jan. 1935. 20.3X41.3 in. [Lambert couformal conic projection.] t 40c., Coast 
and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : D 484/5 

Mt. Shasta [Calif.}; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
scale 1 : 500.000. Preliminary edition. Coast and Geodetic Survev, Washing- 
ton. D. C, Dec. 1934 [Jan. 1935]. 20.3X35.8 in. [Lambert couformal conic 
projection. Imprint date changed with rubber stamp from Dec. 1934 to Jan. 
1935.] t 40c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : U 863 

Oklahoma. City [Okla.]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 
in., scale 1 : 500.000. Coast and Geodetic Sun-ey, Washington, D. C, Dec. 1934. 
20.3X45.9 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 1 40c., Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : Ok 4/3 

San Antonio [Tex.]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
.scale 1 : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Dec. 1934. 
20.5X44.2 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 1 40c.. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : Sa 5 an/3 

San Francisco [Calif.]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 
in., scale 1 : 500,000. Preliminary edition. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Jan. 1935. 37.5X24.1 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 
t 40c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : Sa 5 fr/3 

Sar^nnuh [Ga.]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 m., 
scale 1 : 500,000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Jan. 1935. 
20.4X47.1 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 1 40c., Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : Sa 93 

Tulsa [Okla.]; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 
1 : 500,000. Preliminary edition. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, 
D. C, Jan. 1935. 20.4X44.8 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c., 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : T 829/2 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Birth, stillbirth, and infant mortality statistics for birth registration area of 
United States, [calendar year] 1932, 18th annual report. 1934. iv-|-228 p. 
il. 4° [Prepared under supervision of T. F. Murphy, chief statistician for 
vital statistics, assisted by Willard C. Smith, assistant chief statistician for 
vital statistics, and Elizabeth Staker, junior administrative assistant.] 
* Cloth, $1.50. 
L. C. card 17-26651 C 3.26 : 932 

Cotton. January report of cotton consumed, on hand, imported, and exiwrted, 
and active cotton spindles. Feb. 14, 1935. oblong 32** [Preliminary report. 
This publication is issued in postal card form.] t C 3.21 ; 934—35/5 

Cottonseed received, crushed, and on hand, nud cottonseed products manufac- 
tured, shipped out, and on hand for 6 months ending Jan. 31, 1935 and 1934. 
Feb. 13, 1935. oblong 32* [Exports and imports of cottonseed products are 
for 5 mouths ending Dec. 31. Preliminary report. This publication is issued 
in postal card form.] f ' C 3.25 : 934-35/6 

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February 1935 107 

Financial statistics of State and local governments, 1932 (wealth, public debt, 
and taxation), revenue receipts, governmental-cost payments, public debt, 
assessed valuations, and tax levies for government of States, counties, cities, 
towns, villages, and boroughs, school districts, townships, and other civil 
divisions. 1935. vii+2009 p. il. [Prepared under supervision of Starke M. 
Grogan, chief statistician for financial statistics of States and cities, Lemuel 
A. Carruthers. assistant chief statistician, and George B. Wetzel.] * Cloth, 
$2.50. 
L. C. card 35-26156 C 3.49/2 : 932 

Manufactures. Census of manufactures, 1933: Furniture, mattresses and- bed 
springs, caskets, coffins, burial cases, and other morticians' goods. 1935. 
iv+15 p. [Prepared under supervision of Le Verne Beales, chief statistician 
for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 25-26723 C 3.24/4 : 933-F 98 

■ Census of manufactures, 1933 : Rubber industries, rubber tires and inner 

tubes ; boots and shoes, rubber : rubber goods other than tires, inner tubes, 
and boots and shoes. 1935. iv+7 p. [Prepared under supervision of Le 
Verne Beales, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, oc. 
L. C. card 23-26472 C 3.24/4 : 933-R 82 

Census of manufactures, 1933 : Sugar industries and com sirup, corn 

sugar, corn oil, and starch. 1935. iv4-6 p. [Prepared under supervision 

of Le Verne Beales, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 26-26804 C 3.24/4 : 933-Su 3 

Negro population, 1930, listing of 695 cities and urban places having 1.000 or 
more negro inhabitants. [1935.] [6] p. il. narrow 8° t 
L. C. card 35-26074 C 3.2 : N 31/3/930 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 17-28. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
L. C. card 8-20800 C 3.1 : 934 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Note. — The monthly Notice to mariners, formerly issued by the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, has been consolidated with aud made a part of the Notice to mariners issued by 
the Lighthouses Bureau, thus making it a joint publication. The Coast and Geodetic 
Survey prepares and has for sale the airway maps issued by the Air Commerce Bureau, 
but since they are publications of the last-named bureau, they are entered in this catalog 
under the center head, for which see p. 106. The United States coast and intracoastal 
waterways pilots, tide tables, current tables, and charts of the Coast and Geodetic Survey 
are sold at the office of the Survey in Washington, and also by one or more sales agents 
in each of the important American seaports. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey iiilletin, Jan. 31, 1935; no. 236. [1935.] 9 p. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 15-26512 C 4.20 : 236 

Coast pilots. United States coast pilot. Pacific Coast : California, Oregon, and 
Washington; [prepared by L. D. Graham]. 5th (1934) edition. 193'4. v-j- 
383 p. il. 2 maps. ( Serial 573. ) t Cloth, 75c. 
L. C. card 35-26157 C 4.7/1 : 934 

Missouri. Triangulation in Missouri, 1927 datum : by Walter F. Reynolds. 

1934. iv + 17S+[l] p. il. 2 p. of pi. 3 maps. (Special publication 186.) 
* Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 35-26096 C 4.19 : 186 

Oklahoma. First-order triangulation in Oklahoma. 1927 datum; by Leslie E. 
Shmidl. 1935. iv-|-147 p. il. 2 pi. (Special publication 190.) * Paper, 15e. 
L. C. card 35-26116 C 4.19: 190 

Charts 

Atlantic Coast. United States, east coast, West Quoddy Head to New York, 
compiled from latest surveys, British and Canadian charts and other sources ; 
chart 70. [Scale 1:684,000.] Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan, 

1935. 33.8X43.9 in. f 75c. C 4.9 : 70 

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108 February 1935 

California, Point Sur to San Francisco, surveys to 1934 and other sources; 
chart 5402. [Scale 1:210,000.] Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Dec. 1934. 39.7X31.4 in. [Not intended for inside navigation.] t 75c. 

C 4.9 : 5402 

Hudson River. Hudson and East rivers, N. Y. and N. J., from west 67tli street 
to Blackwells Island, surveys to 1932, surveys by U. S. Engineers to Oct. 1934, 
and other sources ; chart 745. Scale 1 : 10,000. Washington, Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey, Jan. 1935. 45.5X30.8 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 745 

Intraooastal watericay, Midway Inlet to Charleston Harbor, S. C, from latest 
surveys and other information ; chart 3255. Scale 1 : 400.000 and 1 : 80,000. 
Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Dec. 1934. 34.2X21.9 in. [Map is 
in 5 sections.] t 25c. C 4.9: 3255 

Hew York HaVbor, surveys to 1932, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934, and other 
sources: chart 369. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Jan. 1935. 43.6X33.7 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 369 

St. Paul Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska, compiled from surveys by U. S. Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, Coast Guard, U. S. Navy, and other authorities; St. 
George Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska, compiled from surveys by U. S. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. S. Navy, and other authorities; chart 8996. 
Scale 1:75,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Dec. 1934. 39.0 X 
30.6 iu. t 75c. C 4.9 : 8996 

San Francisco entrance, Calif., surveys to 1934, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 
1934, and other sources : chart 5532. Scale 1 : 40.000. Washington, Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 33.4X41.3 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 5532 

Unalaska Bay, Iliuliuk Bay and Dutch Harbor, Alaska, surveys 1867-1908, sur- 
veys by U. S. Coast Guard to 1933 ; chart 9007. Scale 1 : 40.000. Washington, 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 25.5X20.8 in. t 25c. C 4.9: 9007 

Wrangcll Narrows, southeast Alaska, sui'veys to 1929, surveys by U. S. Engineers 
to 1934 ; chart 8170. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey, Jan. 1935. 39.4X31.1 in. [Map is in 2 sections.] t 75c. C 4.9 : 8170 

FISHERIES BUREAU 

Chesapeake Bay States. Fisheries of Chesapeake Bay States, 1933. [1935.] 
3 leaves, 4° (Statistical bulletin 1114.) t C 6.5: 1114 

Cold .storage holdings of fish, Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical 
bulletin 1112.) [Statistics furnished by Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 

C 6.5 : 1112 

Fisheries service bulletin, Feb. 1, imS; no. 2B7. [1935.] 10 p. [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card F 15-76 C 6.9 : 237 

Fishery products. Fishery products landed at Seattle, Wash., by United States 
vessels, Jan. 1935. [1935.] 1 p. 4° (Statistical bulletin 1115.) t 

C 6.5: 1115 

Landings by fishing vessels at principal New England ports, Sept. 1934, 

[with] summary and comparisons, Sept. 1934 and 1933. [1934.] 3 leaves, 4° 
( Statistical bulletin 1104. ). t C 6.5 : 1104 

Same, Dec. 1934, [with] summary and comparisons, Dec. 1934 and 1933. 

[1935.] 3 leaves, 4° (Statistical bulletin 1113.) t C 6.5: 1113 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal j^ear 1934.] [1935.] p. 77-101. [From An- 
nual report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
L. C. card F 10-2 C 6.1 : 934 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Business. Survey of current business, Feb. 1935; v. 15, no. 2. [1935.] cover 
title, 56 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Contains weekly data through Jan. 26. 1935, 
and monthly data through December, the date given above being the date of 
issue. Text on p. 3 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. 
(including weekly supplements) ; foreign subscription, $3.00. 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 985/2 

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February 1935 109 

Business — Continued. 

Same, weekly supplement, Feb. 7-28, 1935. [1935.] Each 4 p. il. 4" 

[Included in price of monthly Survey of current business, which see above.] 

C 18.86 : 935/6-9 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States, Dec. 
1934; compiled by Division of Foreign Trade Statistics. 1935. 58 p. il. 4* 
* Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.60. 
L. C. card 14-21465 018.7:934/12 

Same. (H. doc. 57, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Commerce reports, weekly, containing current foreign trade news, Feb. 2-23, 
1935; no. 5-8 [series 1935]. [1935.] p. 65-132, il. 4° * Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.10. C 18.5/1 : 935/5-8 

Domestic commerce, v. 15, no. 4-6; Feb. 10-28, 1935. [1935.] cover titles, 
p. 49-62 + leaves 63-80 + p. 81-96. il. 4° [Multigraphed.] t Paper, 5c. 
single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.00. C 18.32 : 15/4-6 

Foreign exchange rates for 1932, 1933, and 1934, monthly averages in terms 
of United States dollar for 1933 and 1934, with annual averages for 1932, 
1933, and 1934; compiled in Finance Division. 1935. 1 p. 4° [From Com- 
merce reports, Feb. 9, 1935.] t C 18.5/la : F 761/2 

Income. National income, 1933; by Robert F. Martin. [1935.] 3 p. 11. 4* 
[From Survey of current business, Jan. 1935.] f ClS.35/a:In2 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 29-49. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
L. C. card 14-30033 C 18.1 : 934 

Service establishments. Summary of 1933 census of service establishments, 
places of amusement, and hotels ; by W. A. Ruff. [1935.] 5 p. il. 4" [From 
Survey of current business, Dec. 1934. Includes, on p. 2, an extra article 
entitled Textile industries. The article begun on p. 1 is continued on p. 
3-5.] t C 18.35/a : Se 69 

Trade associations. Selected trade associations of United States ; by C. Jud- 
kins [and] L. Marceron. Jan. 1935. [5]+viii+74 p. 4° [Rotaprinted. In- 
cludes list of publications of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau of 
interest in connection with this publication.] t Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 35-26158 C 18.2 : T 67/4 

Transportation. Railway and highway transportation abroad, study of exist- 
ing relationships, recent competitive measures, and coordination policies 
[with principal sources of material] ; by W. Rodney Long. 1935. viii+1- 
lOB-f 11-426 p. il. («?rade promotion series 155; Transportation Division.) 
[The 1st print of this publication, with imprint 1934 and collation ix+428 
p. il., which was entered in the Monthly catalog for Jan. 1935, p. 18, was 
recalled and a new title page and 3 signatures of text matter were substi- 
tuted for the original material.] * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card 34-26003 C 18.27 : 155 

LIGHTHOUSES BUREAU 

lst-9th Districts. Light list, including fog signals. Atlantic and Gulf coasts of 
United States ; 1935, coiTected to Dec. 1, 3934. 1935. [1]+618 p. il. [Puerto 
Rico, the Virgin Islands, Cuba, Navassa Island, and the Canal Zone are in- 
cluded in this publication. Map on verso of front cover.] * Paper, 60c. 
L. C. card 11-15353 C 9.17 : 935 

Lighthoxvse service lulletin, v. 4, no. 62; Feb. 1. 1935. [1935.] p. 199-200. 
[Monthlv.] t 
L. C. card 12-35121 C 9.31 : 4/62 

Notice to mariners 6-9, 1935 ; Feb. 6-27 [1935]. [1935.] [viii] -f 50-91 leaves, 11. 
[Weekly. Issued jointly with Coast and Geodetic Survey.] t 
L. C. card 7-20609 C 9.26 : 935/6-9 

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110 February 1935 

Report. Lighthouse service [annual report, fiscal year 1934]. [1935.] p. 103- 
118. [From Annual report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] f 
L. C. card 12^661 C 9.1 : 934 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Automobiles. Air forces and yawing moments for 3 automobile models ; by Roy 
H. Heald. [1935.] p. 871-878, il. (Research paper 749.) [From Journal of 
research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 749 

Cement. Investigation of commercial masonry cements ; by Jesse S. Rogers and 
Raymond L. Blaine. [1935.] p. 811-849, il. (Research paper 74(5.) [From 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 746 

Glass. Ultraviolet transmission changes in glass as function of wave length of 
radiation stimulus [with list of references and notes] ; by W. "NV. Coblentz 
and R. Stair. [1935.] p. 773-797, il. (Research paper 744.) [From Jour- 
nal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 744 

Hydrogen. Permeability of synthetic film-forming materials to hydrogen ; by 
Theron P. Sager. [1935.] p. 879-885. (Research paper 750.) [From Jour- 
nal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 750 

Modulus of elasticity. Young's modulus of elasticity at several temiJeratures 
for some refractories of varying silica content ; by Raymond A. Heindl and 
William L. Pendergast. [1935.] p. 851-SG2, il. 1 pi. (Research paper 747.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 747 

Nonanophthene. Isolation of a nonanaphthene from an Oklahoma petroleum ; 
by Joseph D. White and Frank W. Rose, jr. [1935. J p. 79i>-810. il. (Re- 
search paper 745.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 745 

Olefins. Polymerization of olefins formed by action of sulphuric acid on 
methylisopropylcarbinol ; by Gordon M. Kline and Nathan L. Drake. [1934.] 
p. 705-712. (Research paper 740.) [From Journal of research of National 
Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Nov. 1934.] * Paper, 5e. C 13.22/a : 740 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 51-76. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
L. C. card 6-23979 C 13.1 : 934 

Technical news bulletin of National Bureau of Standards, Feb. 1935; no. 214. 
[1935.] p. 11-22. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a fr.; foreign 
subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card 25-26527 C 13.13 : 214 

Vehicles. Comparison of ground-plane and image methods for representing 
ground effect in tests on vehicle models; by Roy H. Ileald. [193.").] p.863- 
870, il. 1 pi. (Research pax)er 748.) [From Journal of research of National 
Bureau of Standards, V. 13, Dec. 1934.] * Pai^er, 5c. C 13.22/a : 748 

NAVIGATION AND STEAMBOAT INSPECTION BUREAU 

Merchant marine statistics, 1934. 1935. v-|-117 p. (No. 11.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 25-26038 C 25.10 : 934 

Report. [Annual report, fiscal year 1934.] [1935.] p. 141-158. [From Annual 
report of Secretary of Commerce, 1934.] t 
L. C. card 4-18255 25.1:934 

Shipping. Current shipping data, v. 3, no. 2; Feb. 10, 1935. [1935.] 14 leaves, 
4° [Monthly. Multigraphed.] t Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. 

C 2.").7 : 3/2 

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February 1935 111 

Ships. Merchant vessels of United States (including yachts and Government 
vessels), year ended June 30, 1934. 1934. 1157 p. large 8° [This is the 66th 
annual list of merchant vessels of United States.] * Cloth, $3.00. 
L. C. card 6-35358 C 25.11 : 934/1 

Same; [with Seagoing vessels of United States, 1934]. 1934. 1157+156 

p. il. large 8° [This is the 66th annual list of merchant vessels of United 
States, with Seagoing vessels.] t 25.11:934/1,2 

Note. — This publication is obtainable only in the 2 separate parts as follows: 
Merchant vessels, * Cloth, $3.00, and Seagoing vessels, *" Paper, 25c. 

— — Same. (H. doc. 35, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Seagoing vessels of United States, 1934 : part of annual list of merchant 

vessels of United States, year ended June 30, 1934. 1934. 156 p. il. large 8° 
[Includes official numbers, signal letters, etc.] * Paper, 25c. 

L. C. card 7-27311 C 25.11 : 934/2 

PATENT OFFICE 

Note. — The Patent OfBce publishes Specifications and drawings of patents in single 
copies. These are not enumerated in this catalog, but may be obtained for 10c. each at 
the Patent OfQce. 

A variety of indexes, giving a complete view of the work of the Patent Office from 
1790 to date, are published at prices ranging from 25c. to HO. 00 per volume, and those 
in stock may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 
The Rules oif practice and pamphlets containing Patent laws. General information con- 
cerning patents, and General information about protection of trade-marks, prints, and 
labels are furnished free of charge upon application to the Patent Office. The Patent 
Office issues coupon orders in packages of 20 at $2.00 per package, or in books contain- 
ing 100 coupons at $10.00 per book. These coupons are good until used, but are only 
to be used for orders sent to the Patent Office. For schedule of office fees, address 
Chief Clerk. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Carlson, Elof L. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3539, in re Elof L. Carlson and Charles P. Stitt, design for clock case ; brief 
for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title. 7 p. 4° % C 21.10: C 197/4 

Colvin, diaries E. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3435, in re Charles H. Colvin, pitot-static tubes ; brief for commissioner of 
patents. [1935.] cover title, 8 p. 4° % C 21.10:0 726 

Decisions. [Decisions in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.] Feb. 5, 1935. 
p. 1-8, large 8° [From Official gazette, v. 451, no. 1.] * Paper, 5c. single 
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no. 4.] '21.5/a 2 : 451/4 

DeMaster, Matthew J. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3468, in re Matthew J. DeMaster, ball tossing game ; brief for commissioner 
of patents. [1935.] cover title, 5 p. 4" t 21.10 :D 392 

Deutsch, Joseph B. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3483, i)i re Joseph B. Deutsch, pie cutter ; brief for commissioner of patents. 
[1935.] cover title, 5 p. 4° t 21.10 :D 489 

Eliot, Samuel. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 3455, 
m re Samuel Eliot, garages; brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] 
cover title, 6 p. 4° $ 21.10 : El 46 

Finley, Dozier. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 3463, 
in re Dozier Finley, interlocking shingle ; brief for commissioner of patents. 
[1935.] cover title, 9 p. 4° $ C 21.10 : F 496/2 

No. 6292, in Court of Appeals of District of Columbia, Dozier Finley and 

Paraffine Companies, Inc. (corporation of California) vs. Conway P. Coe, 
commissioner of patents, appeal from Supreme Court of District of Columbia ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. $ 

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Bull, Harry B. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 3460, 
in re Harrv B. Hull, refrigerating apparatus ; brief for commissioner of 
patents. [1935.] cover title, 6 p. 4" % C 21.10 :H 877 

Invention-':!. Changes in classification [of inventions], order 3275, 3277-79, 3282- 
85, 3287-88, 3291-92, 3294; May 7-Dec. 4, 1934. [1935.] 4 leaves, large 8° 
[From OflScial gazette, v. 444, nos. 1 and 4, v. 445, no. 4, v. 446, nos. 2 and 4, v. 
447, no. 2, v. 448, no. 1, and v. 449, nos. 3 and 4.] | C 21.5/a6 : 934 

Key, Frederick E. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3472, in re Frederick E. Key, return bend housings ; brief for commissioner of 
patents. [1935.] cover title, 5 p. 4° J C 21.10 :K 52 

Official gazette. Official gazette of Patent Office, containing patents, trade-marks, 
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Raubcr, Emilc A. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3406, in re Emile Adolphe Rauber, water-tube steam boilers ; brief for 
commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t C 21.10 : R 19 

Ridffuay, Raymond R. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3430, in re Raymond R. RidgAvay and John B. Glaze, aluminous abrasive ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 9 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : R 436 

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cial gazette, v. 451, no. 4.] C 21.5/a 3 : 451/4 

Treuting, Herbert R. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3469, in re Herbert R. Treuting, anti-friction bearing and method of form- 
ing same ; brief for commissioner of patents. [19.35.] cover title. 7 p. 4° t 

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SHIPPING BOARD BUREAU 

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[decided Nov. 27, 1934; report of department]. [1934.] [1] +326-345 p. 
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large 8° (Report 1100.) [Semiannual. Figures subject to revi.sion.] t 

C 27.9/6 : 934 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. In United States Court of 
Appeals for District of Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, no. 6352, special calendar, 
Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation to use of United States vs. 
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Company ; brief of appellant. [1935-.] 
cover title, ii+28 p. t C 27.10 :Un 3/2 

CONGRESS 

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PXJBLIO LAWS 

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Public [act] 1-11, 74th Congress. 

Arkansas River. H. R. 3057, act granting consent of Congress to Oklahoma to con- 
struct free highway bridge across Arljansas River south of Sallisaw in Sequoyah and 
Le Flore counties at point approximately 15 miles north of Keota, Okla. Ap- 
proved Feb. 18, 1935. 1 p. (Public 5.) 

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Public [act] 1-11, 74th Congress — Continued. 

Dan River. H. R. 3983, act to legalize bridge, known as Union Street Bridge, across 
Dan River at Danville, Va. [being reconstructed by Virginia]. Approved Feb. 18, 

1935. 1 p. (Public 8.) 

Eleven Points River. H. R. 2874, act granting consent of Congress to State High- 
way Commission to construct free highway bridge across Eleven Points River in sec- 
tion 17, township 23 north, range 2 west, approximately 12 miles east of Alton, on 
route numbered 42, Oregon County, Mo. Approved Feb. 18, 1935. 1 p. (Public 4.) 

Government offices. H. R. 3410, act making appropriations for Executive Office and 
sundry independent executive bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices, fiscal year 

1936. [Approved Feb. 2, 1935.] 16 p. (Public 2.) 

Oovemment securities. H. R. 4304, act to amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, 
and for other purposes [so as to permit more flexible and economical Government 
financing, etc.] [Approved Feb. 4, 1935.] 3 p. (Public 3.) 

Loans. H. R. 3247, act to provide for loans to farmers for crop production and har- 
vesting during 1935. [Approved Feb. 20, 1935.] 2 p. (Public 11.) 

Pennsylvania Greyhound Transit Company. H. R. 3465, act permitting laying of pipe 
lines across New York Avenue Northeast, in District of Columbia [by Pennsylvania 
Greyhound Transit Company]. Approved Feb. 18, 1935. 1 p. (Public 6.) 

Reconstruction Finance Vuiporation. !S. 1175, act to extend functions of Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation for - years, and for other purposes. [Approved Jan. 31, 1935.] 
5 p. (Public 1.) [S. 1175 also continues the Commodity Credit Corporation, the 
Export-Import Bank of Washington, and the Second Export-Import Bank of Wash- 
ington, D. C, as agencies of United States.] 

St. Lawrence River. H. R. 3018, act to extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across St. Lawrence River at or near Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 
[by New York Development Association, Incorporated]. Approved Feb. 20, 1935. 
1 p. (Public 10.) 

Snahe River. II. R. 2030, act authorizing Washington and Idaho to construct free 
highway bridge across Snake River between Clarkston, Wash., and Lewiston, Idaho. 
Ajiproved Feb. 19. 1935. 1 p. (Public 9.) 

Wiiccamaw River. H. R. 3891, act to extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across Waccaniaw River at Conway, S. C. [by South Carolina]. 
Approved Feb. 18, 1935. 1 p. (Public 7.) 

Public [joint] resolution 1-4, 74th Congress. 

Conferences, con/jrcsscs, etc. II. .1. Res. 118, joint resolution to prohibit expenditure 
of any moneys for housing, teeding, or transporting conventions or raeeting.s [to 
be held in District of Columbia or elsewhere]. Approved Feb. 2, 1935. 1 p. (Pub- 
lic resolution 2.) 

Federal ('oiiimiDiicationt^ Commis.'<i0)i. II. J. Rps. 88, joint resolution making additional 
appropriatiims fur Fcileial Coniniuuications Commission, National Mediation Board 
[including National Railioad Adjustment Board], and Securities and Exchange Com- 
mission, fiscal year 19."-i5. and fo,- other purpos(>s. [.\pproved Fel). 13, 1935.] 3 p. 
(Public resolution 3.) [11. J. Res. 88, as it [>ass('d and became law, includes appro- 
priations for Senate and for District of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission, 
also provision for discontinuance, as of Apr. 1, 1935, of reduction of compensation 
of Oovernmt'nt officers and employees.] 

International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico. H. J. Res. 58, joint 
resolution to provide for defraying expenses of American section. International 
Boundary Commission. United States and Mexico [in conducting investigation to 
determine feasibility of canalization of Rio Grande]. Approved Feb. 13, 1935. 1 p. 
(Public r(>solution 4.) 

Life insurance. II. ,T. Res. 112, joint resolution to clarify definition of disagreement 
in sec. 19, World War veterans' act, 1924, as amended [relating to insurance claims]. 
Approved Jan. 28. 1935. 1 p. (Public resolution 1.) 

CONFERENCE COMIVIITTEES 

Appropriations. Additional appropriations for Federal Communications Com- 
mission, National Mediation Board [including National Railroad Adjustment 
Board], and Securities and Exchange Commission, conference report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 88; submitted by Mr. Buchanan. Jan. 31, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
39, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Committee agrees to Senate amendments of text 
and title of H. J. Res. 88 so that resolution also provides for appropriations 
for Senate and for District of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission, and 
for discontinuance, as of Apr. 1, 1935, of reduction of compensation of Gov- 
ernment officers and employees.] * Paper, 5c. 

Loatis. Meet conditions created by 1934 drought and provide for loans to 
farmers in drought- and storm-stricken areas, conference report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3247; submitted by Mr. Jones. Feb. 5, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 71, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Committee recommends amendment of H. R. 3247 by 
substitute and agrees to Senate amendment to title of bill to read : Bill to 
provide for loans to farmers for crop production and harvesting during 1935.] 
* Paper, 5c. 

Petroleum. Movement of petroleum in interstate commerce, conference report to 
accompany S. 1190 [to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in petroleum 

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Petroleum — Continued. 

and its products by prohibiting shipment in such commerce of petroleum and its 
products produced in violation of State law] ; submitted by Mr. Cole of Mary- 
land. Feb. 22, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 215, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 74th Congress, 
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when House of Representatives is in session.] % Y 1.2 : 1/74-21 to 74-38 

Capitol police. Supplemental estimates of appropriations for legislative estab- 
lishment, Capitol police, [fiscal year] 1936. Feb. 8, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 96, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Beckett, William C. Malvina Beckett, report to accompany H. Res. 112 [to pay 
to Malvina Beckett, widow of William C. Beckett, 6 months' compensation and 
funeral expenses of said William C. Beckett] : submitted by Mr. Warren. Feb. 
21, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 198, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bruce, David L. Daisy M. Bruce, report to accompany H. Res. 87 [to pay gra- 
tuity to Daisy M. Bruce, widow of David L. Bruce] ; submitted by Mr. Warren. 
Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 49, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cremer, John D. Harriet H. Cremer, report to accompany H. Res. 116 [to pay 
to Harriet H. Cremer, daughter of John D. Cremer, 6 months' compensation 
and funeral expenses of said John D. Cremer] ; submitted by Mr. Warren. 
Feb. 21, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 199, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

District of Colmnbia. Expenses of Committee on District of Columbia, report 
to accompany H. Res. 92 [authorizing expenditure by Committee on District 
of Columbia in conducting of investigation of all forms of criminal activity in 
District of Columbia authorized by H. Res. 94] ; submitted by Mr. Warren. 
Feb. 7. 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 75, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c! 

House of Representatives. Provide for additional clerk hire in House of Repre- 
sentatives, report to accompany H. R. 6028 ; submitted by Mr. Warren. Feb. 
27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 252, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Relating to continuance on pay rolls of certain employees in cases of death 

or resignation of Members of House of Representatives, Delegates, and Resi- 
dent Commissioners, report to accompany H. J. Res. 189; submitted bv Mr. 
Warren. Feb. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 250, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Real estate. Expenses, Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondhold- 
ers Reorganizations, report to accompany H. Res. 79 [authorizing further 
expenditures to be paid out of contingent fund of House, for continuance of 
Investigation by Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondholders 
Reorganizations, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Cochran. Feb. 8, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 86, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Scott, Albert. Isaac S. Scott, report to accompany H. Res. 93 [to pay Isaac S. 
Scott, brother of Albert Scott. $246 to cover latter's funeral expenses] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Warren. Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 47, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Shepherd, John H. Hattie P. Shepherd, report to accompany H. Res. 77 [to 
pay to Hattie P. Shepherd, widow of John H. Shepherd, 6 months' compensa- 
tion and not to exceed $250 funeral expenses] ; submitted by Mr. Warren. 
Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 48, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

AGKICULTUEE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Agricultural credit. Amend emergency farm mortgage act of 1933, Federal 
farm loan act, agricultural marketing act, and farm credit act of 1933, re- 
port to accompany H. R. 5440 ; submitted by Mr. Jones. Feb. 7, 1935. 15 p. 
(H. rp. 84, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Agricultural credit — Continued. 

Farm credit act of 1935, hearing, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 

4512 (H. R. 5440 reported), Feb. 1-6, 1935. 1935. iii+91 p. (Serial A.) 

* Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ag 8/1 : F 22/12 

Farm credit act of 1935, report to accompany S. 1384 [to amend emer- 
gency farm mortgage act of 1933, to amend Federal farm loan act, to amend 
agricultural marketing act, and to amend farm credit act of 1933] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Jones. Feb. 18, 1935. 19 p. (H. rp. 155, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, [Jan. 12-] Feb. 23, 
193r. ; no. 1-3. 1935. various paging, 4° t Y 4.Ag 8/1 : 74/1-3 

drain. Regulation of commodity exchanges, hearing, 74th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion, on H. R. 3009 (commodity exchange act) [to amend grain futures act 
to prevent and remove obstructions and burdens upon interstate commerce 
in grains and other commodities by regulating transactions therein on com- 
modity futures exchanges, by providing means for limiting short selling and 
speculation in such commodities on such exchanges, by licensing commis- 
sion merchants dealing in such commodities for future delivery on such ex- 
changes, and for other purposes], Feb. 5-8, 1935. 1935. iii-|-130 p. (Serial 
B.) [H. R. 3009 defines commodity as meaning wheat, cotton, rice, corn, 
oats, barlev, rye, flaxseed, grain sorghums, and mill feeds.] * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.Ag 8/1 : C 73/3 

Bias. Rice program, hearing, 74tli Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5221 [to 
amend agricultural adjustment act with respect to rice], Feb. 12, 1935. 1935. 
iii-f20 p. (Serial C.) * Paper, .5c. Y4.Ag8/l:R39 

To amend agricultural adjustment act with respect to rice, report to 

accompany H. R. 5221 ; submitted by Mr. .Tont^s. Feb. IS, 1935. 10 p. (H. rp. 
156, 74th Cong. 1st ses.s.) * Paper, 5c. 

Timber. Authorizing adjustment of existing contracts for sale of timber on 
national forests. rei)ort to accompany H. R. 2SS1 ; submitted by Mr. Dotey 
[Doxey]. Feb. IS, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 154, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

APPB0PEIATI0N8 COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Commerce Department. Department of Commerce appropriation bill, [fiscal 
year] 1936, hearing before subcommittee in charge of departments of State, 
Justice, Commerce, and Labor appropriation bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st 
.session. 1935. ii-f301 p. 1 tab. * Paper, 20c. Y 4. Ap 6/1 : C 73/2/936 

Interior Departm'ent. Interior Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 
1936. hearings before subcommittee in charge of Interior Department appro- 
priation bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. ii-f-llSO p. 1 tab. 

* Paper, $1.50. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : In 8/6/936 

Interior Department appropriation bill, fiscal year 1936, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 6223 ; submitted by Mr. Taylor of Colorado. Feb. 27, 1935. 38 p. 
(H. rp. 249, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Justice Department. Department of Justice appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 
1936, hearing before subcommittee in charge of departments of State, Justice, 
Commerce, and Labor appropriation bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 
1935. ii-f 358 p. * Paper. 2<5c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : J 98/936 

-Labor Department. Department of Labor appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, 
hearing before subcommittee in charge of departments of State, Justice, Com- 
merce, and Labor apprcpriation bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 
1935. ii+169 p. * Paper, 15c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : L 11/936 

State Department. Department of State appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, 
hearing before subcommittee in charge of departments of State, Justice, Com- 
merce, and Labor appropriations bill for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 
1935. ii+225 p. * Paper, 20c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : St 2/936 

Departments of State, Justice, Commerce, and Labor appropriation bill, 

fiscal year 1936, report to accompany H. R. 5255; submitted by Mr. Oliver. 
Feb. 4, 1935. 43 p. (H. rp. 53, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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^War Department. War Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hear- 
ings before subcommittee in cbarge of War Department appropriation bill 
for 1936, 74tli Congress, 1st session. 1935. 2 pts. 

pt. 1. Testimony on title 1 of bill comprising military activities of War Department. 

ii + 717 p. * Paper, SOc. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : W 19/,3/936-l 

pt. 2. Testimony on title 2 of bill comprising nonmilitary activities of War Department. 

ii+139 p, * Paper, 15c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : W 19/3/936-2 

War Department appropriation bill, fiscal year 1936, report to accompany 

H. R. 5913; submitted by Mr. Parks. Feb. 19, 1935. 48 p. (H. rp. 159, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5e. 

BANKING AND CTJEEENCT COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Somes. Provide additional home-mortgage relief, report to accompany H. R. 
6021 [to provide additional home-mortgage relief, to amend Federal home 
loan bank act, home owners' loan act of 1933, and national housing act, and 
for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Steagall. Feb. 21, 1935. 11 p. (H, 
rp. 202, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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CLAIMS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Alfano, Louis, Louis Alfano, report to accompany H. R. 3167 [for relief of 
Louis Alfano] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 224, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

American Surety Company of New York. Alex Terlizzi, report to accompany 
H. R. 373 [for relief of American Surety Company of New York for bond' 
covering appearance of Alex Terlizzi in court for northern district of New 
York] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp.^ 
93, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Arnold, Harry B. H. B. Arnold, report to accompany H. R. 3512 [for relief of 
H. B. Arnold] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 231, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Atmore Milling and Elevator Company. Carrie K. Currie, report to accompany 
H. R. 3370 [for relief of Carrie K. Currie, doing business as Atmore Milling 
and Elevator Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 229, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Baker, Joe Q. Joe G. Baker, report to accompany H. R. 1032 [for relief of 
Joe G. Baker] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 132, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bibus, Henry W. Henry W^. Bibus, Annie Ulrick, Samuel Henry, and others, 
report to accompany H. R. 3729 [to confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims 
to hear and determine claims of Henry W. Bibus, Annie Ulrick, Samuel 
Henry, Charles W. Hensor, Headley Woolston, John Henry, estate of Harry 
B. C. Margerum, and George H. Custer] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 236, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

BlenJcner, Fred C. Fred C. Blenkner, report to accompany H. R. 593 [for relief 
of Fred C. Blenkner] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 101, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Burke, Mrs. Rose. Rose Burke, report to accompany H. R. 1488 [for relief of 
Rose Burke] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 4 p. 
(H, rp. 135, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Carter, Mrs. Sophie. Sophie Carter, report to accompany H. R. 3556 [for relief 
of Sophie Carter] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 232, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cherokee Fuel Co., report to accompany H. R. 1299 [giving jurisdiction to 
Court of Claims to hear and determine claim of Cherokee Fuel Company 
(Incorporated)]; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 
8 p. (H. rp. 160, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Gizek, Ladislav. Ladislav Cizek, report to accompany H. R. 2679 [for relief 
of Ladislav Cizek] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 180, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Conrad, Mrs. Mary F. Mary Ford Conrad, report to accompany H. R. 2689 
[for relief of Marv Ford Conrad] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 19, 1935. 5 p! (H. rp. 183, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai^er, 5c. 

Corneal/, George S., jr. George S. Conway, jr.,j^-eport to accompany H. R. 529 
[granting compensation to George S. Conway, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy 
of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 98, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Crim, Mrs. Mary F. Mary F. Crim, reix)rt to accompany H. R. 2680 [for relief 
of Mary F. Crim] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 

5 p. (H. rp. 181, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dickinson, C. B. C. B. Dickinson, report to accompany H. R. 2551 [for relief 
of C. B. Dickinson] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 176, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Donovan, Howard. Howard Donovan, report to accompany H. R. 2157 [for 
relief of Howard Donovan] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 163, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dorr, Julian C. Julian C. Dorr, report to accompany H. R. 4105 [for relief of 
Julian C. Dorr] : submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 26, 1935. 

6 p. (H. rp. 245, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Duke, Ellis. Ellis Duke, report to accompany H. R. 4086 [for relief of Ellis 
Duke, also known as Elias Duke] : submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 26, 1935. 8 p, (H. rp. 244, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Espy, Douglas B. Douglas B. Espy, report to accompany H. R. 1550 [for relief 
of Douglas B. Espy] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 137, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Flensburger Dampfercompagnie, report to accompany H. R. 918 [for relief of 
Flensburger Dampfereompagnie] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 120, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Fomabaio, Mrs. Pauline. Pauline Fornabaio, report to accompany H. R, 1771 
[for relief of Pauline Fornabaio] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland, 
Feb. 14, 1935. 32 p. (H. rp. 139, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Fossett, William E. William E. Fossett, report to accompany H. R. 1965 [for 
relief of William E. Fossett] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
14, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 143, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Fuller, George A., Company. George A. Fuller Co., report to accompany H. R. 
928 [to authorize comptroller general to settle and adjust claim of George A. 
Fuller Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 

7 p. (H. rp. 128, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gautier, Joseph W. Joseph Walter Gautier, report to accompany H. R. 3219 
[for relief of Joseph Walter Gautier] ; submitted by Mr, Kennedy of Mary- 
land. Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 227, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

General Warehousing Co., report to accompany H. R, 967 [for relief of General 
Warehousing Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb, 14, 
1935, 5 p, (H. rp. 129, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gilmette, Marcellino M. Estate of Marcellino M. Gilmette, report to accompany 
H. R. 2185 [for relief of estate of Marcellino M. Gilmette] ; submitted by 
Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 164, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Grayson, John B. John B. Grayson, report to accompany H. R. 2690 [for relief 
of John B. Grayson] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 184, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Greene, James 0. James O. Greene and Mrs. Hollis S. Hogan, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2422 [for relief of James O. Greene and Mrs, Hollis S. Hogan] ; 
submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 6 p, (H, rp, 170, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c, 

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i3-n/j[ith, Henry E. Henry Harrison Griffith, report to accompany H. R. 2683 
[for relief of Henry Harrison Griffitli] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Mary- 
land. Feb. 19, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 182, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ealpin, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Elizabeth M. Halpin, report to accompany H. BL 
285 [for relief of Elizabeth M. Halpin] ; submitted by Mr. Gwynne. Feb. 26, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 243, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Earbor Spi-^ings, Mich., report to accompany H. R. 1492 [for relief of Harbor 
Springs, Mich.] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 
13 p. (H. rp. 136, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Batch, Milton. Milton Hatch, report to accompany H. R. 2443 [for relief of 
Milton Hatch] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 
8 p. (H. rp. 171, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eenion, E. D. H. D. Henion, Harry Wolfe, and R. W. McSorley, report to ac- 
company H. R. 3184 [for relief of H. D. Henion, Harry Wolfe, and R. W. 
McSorley] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 226, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hoffman, John L. John L. Hoffman, report to accompany H. R. 760 [for re- 
lief of John L. HofEman] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 124, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eoogendom, C. E. C. H. Hoogendorn, report to accompany H. R. 2464 [for 
relief of C. H. Hoogendorn] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb., 
19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 173, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eughes, Mrs. Mayme. May me Hughes, report to accompany H. R. 3090 [for 
relief of Mayme Hughes] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 
1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 222, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ingmire, Mrs. Bertha. Bertha Ingmire, i-eport to accompany H. R. 3098 [for 
relief of Bertha Ingmire] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 
1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 223, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

International Manufacturers' Sales Co. of America, Inc., report to accompany 
H. R. 4178 [for relief of International Manufacturers' Sales Company of 
America, Incorporated, A. S. Postnikoff, trustee] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy 
of Maryland. Feb. 26, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 246, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Jacobson, Albert E. Albert H. Jacobson, report to accompany H. R. 1962 [for 
relief of Albert H. Jacobson] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 142, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jenkins, William L. William L. Jenkins, report to accompany H. R. 2473 [for 
relief of William L. Jenkins] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Febi 
19, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 174, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kenton, Robert M. Robert M. Kenton, report to accompany H. R. 2204 [for 
relief of Robert M. Kenton] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
19,1935, 7 p. (H. rp. 165, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, Sc. 

Kiehler, Paul. Estate of Paul Kiehler, report to accompany H. R. 2606 [for 
relief of estate of Paul Kiehler] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 19, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 178, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kotnyek, Mrs. Anna. Anna Kotnyek, report to accompany H. R. 2603 [for re- 
lief of Anna Kotnyek] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 177, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

lAsk, Eugh G. Hugh G. Lisk, report to accompany H. R. 2126 [for relief of 
Hugh G. Lisk] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 

2 p. (H. rp. 161, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lyons, William. William Lyons, report to accompany H. R. 2265 [for relief 
of William Lyons] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 

3 p. (H. rp. 166, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mackey, Gerald. Gerald Mackey, report to accompany H. R. 378 [for relief 
of Gerald Mackey] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 94, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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McShatie, Bernard. Bernard McShane, report to accompany H. K. 2487 [for 
relief of Bernard McShane] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 175, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Minnesota. Certain claimants who suffered loss by fire in Minnesota during 
Oct. 1918, report to accompany H. R. 3662 [for relief of certain claimants 
who suffered loss by fire in Minnesota during Oct. 1918] ; submitted by 
Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 27, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 255, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Mooers, Chellis T. Chellis T. Mooers, report to accompany H. R. 2327 [for 
relief of Chellis T. Mooers] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 
19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 167, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Morse Dry Dock & Repair Co., report to accompany H. R. 3725 [to carry out 
findings of Court of Claims in claim of Morse Dry Dock and Repair Com- 
pany] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 12 p. 
(H. rp. 235, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Muncy Valley Private Hospital, report to accompany H. R. 1291 [for relief 
of Muncy Valley Private Hospital] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb, 14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 133, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Nolan, Ruth. Ruth Nolan and Anna Panozza, report to accompany H. R. 3180 
[for relief of Ruth Nolan and Anna Panozza] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 225, 74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co., report to accompany H. R. 3709 [for relief of 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Mary- 
land. Feb. 25, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 234, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Northrop, Walter F. Walter F. Northrop, report to accompany H, R. 531 [grant- 
ing compensation to Walter F. Northrop] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 100, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Nowakoicski, Anthony. Anthony Nowakowski, report to accompany H. R. 4210 
[for relief of Anthony Nowakowski] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Mary- 
land. Feb. 26, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 247, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Overly, Florence. Florence Overly, report to accompany H. R. 607 [for relief 
of Florence Overly] ; submitted by Mr, Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 
7 p. (H. rp. 123, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pace, James M. James M. Pace, report to accompany H. R. 2708 [for relief of 
James M. Pace] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 
15 p. (H. rp. 220, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Peraglia, Thomas. Estate of Thomas Peraglia, report to accompany H. R. 530 
[granting compensation to estate of Thomas Peraglia] ; submitted by Mr, Ken- 
nedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 10 p. (H. rp. 99, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Raptis, George. George Raptis, report to accompany H. R. 3506 [for relief of 
George Raptis] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 230, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Reed, Mrs. Charles L. Mrs. Charles L, Reed, report to accompany H. R. 3735 
[for relief of Mrs. Charles L. Reed] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp, 237, 74th Cong, 1st sess,) * Paper, 5c. 

Relyea, Ruth. Ruth Relyea, report to accompany H. R. 419 [for relief of Ruth 
Relyea] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. (H, rp. 
96, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Rhine <£• Co. George W. Rhine, report to accompany H, R. 3783 [for relief of 
George W. Rhine, doing business mider name of Rhine and Company] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 238, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ryan, William J. William J. Ryan, report to accompany H. R. 1912 [for relief 
of William J. Ryan] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935, 
3 p. (H. rp. 141, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Samtavy, Jacob. Jacob Santa vy, report to accompany H. R. 426 [for relief of 
Jacob Santavy] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 97, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Santiago, Julia. Julia Santiago, report to accompany H. R. 1830 [for relief of 
Julia Santiago] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 140, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Seufert, Fred L. Fred L. Seufert, report to accompany H. R. 3275 [for relief of 
Fred L. Seufert] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25. 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 228, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Shea, Theresa M. Theresa M. Shea, report to accompany H, R. 923 [for relief 
of Theresa M. Shea] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 127, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Sirrine, Mrs. Nana McL. Mrs. William G. Sirrine, report to accompany H. R. 
2663 [for relief of Mrs. William G. Sirrine (Nana McL. Sirrine)] ; submitted 
by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 179, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Smith, Arthur. Arthur Smith, report to accompany H. R. 1030 [for relief of 
Arthur Smith] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 10 p, 
(H. rp. 131, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Smith, Frank A. Frank A. Smith, report to accompany H. R. 2132 [to extend 
provisions of employees' compensation act to Frank A. Smith] ; submitted by 
Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 162. 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Spelman, James P. James P. Spelman, report to accompany H. R. 968 [for relief 
of James P. Spelman] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 
11 p. (H. rp. 130, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

Stern, Harry F. Estate of Harry F. Stern, report to accompany H. R. 2386 [for 
relief of estate of Harry F. Stern] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 169, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tackett, John E. John Henry Tackett, report to accompany H. R. 3959 [for 
relief of National Training School for Boys, and others] ; submitted by Mr. 
Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 239, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [H. R. 3959 provides for payment of expenses incident to illness of 
John Henry Tackett, former inmate of National Training School for Boys.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

Taylor, E. A. H. A. Taylor, report to accompany H. R. 1487 [for relief of H. A. 
Taylor] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. i-p. 134, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Taylor, J. E., d Son. J. H. Taylor & Son, report to accompany H. R. 2936 
[for relief of J. H. Taylor and Son] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 221, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Turpin, Luther M. Luther M. and Amanda Turpin, report to accompany H. R. 
805 [for relief of Luther M. Turpin and Amanda Turpin] ; submitted bv Mr. 
Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 125, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Virginia Engineering Co., Inc., report to accompany H. R. 896 [for relief of 
Virginia Engineering Company (Incorporated)]; submitted bv Mr. Kennedy 
of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1935. 12 p. (H. rp. 95, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

VonGroning, Mrs. Eelena C. Helena C. and Stephan VonGroning, report to 
accompany H. R. 3557 [for relief of Helena C. VonGroning and Stephan 
VonGroning] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 233, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Walter, Floyd L. Floyd L. Walter, report to accompany H. R. 2449 [for relief 
of Floyd L. Walter] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 172. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Williams, Ro1)ert A. R. A. Williams, report to accompany H. R. 1609 [for 
relief of R. A. Williams] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 14, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 138, 74tti Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Yellotc Drivurself Co., report to accompany H. R. 2353 [for relief of Yellow 
Drivurself Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 19, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 168, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Zagata, Loui,^. Louis Zagata, report to accompany H. R. 340 [for relief of 
Louis Zagata] ; submitted by Mr, Kennedy of Maryland. Feb. 12, 1985. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 92, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Blind. To provide pensions for needy blind [persons in District of Columbia], 
report to accompany H. R. 5711 ; submitted by Mrs. Jenckes. Feb. 21, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 201, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

■Galendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 28 and Feb. 4, 
1935 ; no. 1 [pt. 1] and pt. 2. 1935. 12 p. and 7 p. 4° $ 

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Dwellings. Unlawful entry on private property, report to accompany S. 402 
[to amend sec. 824 of code of laws for District of Columbia, relative to enter- 
ing or remaining in any unoccupied dwelling or building against will of 
owner] ; submitted by Mr. Palmisano. Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 207, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Estates. Settlement of estates of absentees and absconders [in District of 
Columbia], report to accompany H. R. S3; submitted by Mr. Palmisano. Feb. 
21, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 203. 74th Cong. Ist ses;^.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oroff, Chester C. Provide for issuance of license to practice healing art in Dis- 
trict of Columbia to Chester C. Groff, report to acconipanv H. R. 4996; sub- 
mitted by Mrs. Norton. Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 87, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Inheritance. To [amend] ccxle of law for District of Columbia relating to 
descent and di.stribution [of projK'rty], report to accompany H. R. 3464; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Palmisano. Feb. 21, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 204, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Land. Acquisition of land in District of Columbia for public pi'ojects, report 
to accompany S. 404 [to provide for acquisition of land in District of Colum- 
bia in excess of that required for public projects and improvements] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Randolph. Feb. 27, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 254, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Motor vehicles. Financial resi>onsibility of motor vehicle operators in District 
of Columbia, report to accompany S. 408 [to promote safety on public high- 
ways of District of Columbia by providing for financial responsibility of 
owners and operators of motor vehicles for damages caused by motor vehicles 
on public highways in District of Columbia, to prescribe penalties for viola- 
tion of provisions of this act, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. 
Patman. Feb. 21, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 208, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Parks. Authorizing use of public parks, etc., by Washington (D. C.) 1935 
Shrine Committee, Inc., report to accompany H. J. Res. 130 [authorizing use of 
public parks, reservations, and other public spaces in District of Columbia, 
and Use of tents, cots, hospital appliances, flags, and other decorations, prop- 
erty of United States, by Washington, D. C, 1935 Shrine Committee, Incor- 
porated, and for other purposes] : submitted by Mrs. Norton. Feb. 8, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 88, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pennsylvania Greyhound Transit Company. Permitting laying of pipe lines 
across New York Avenue NE., in District of Columbia [by Pennsylvania Grey- 
hound Transit Company], reiwrt to accompany H. R. 3465; submitted by Mrs. 
Norton. Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 70, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Streets. Change designation of Lefler [Lefller] Place to 2d Place, report to 
accompany H. R. 4538 ; submitted by Mrs. Norton. Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 206, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Trinity College. Incorporation of Trinity College of Washington, D. C, report 
to accompany H. R. 3477 [relating to incorporation of Trinity College of 
Washington, D. C, organized under and by virtue of certificate of incorpora- 
tion pursuant to incorporation laws of District of Columbia, as provided in 
subchapter 1 of chapter 18 of code of laws of District of Columbia] ; submitted 
by Mr. Palmisano. Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 205, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

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EXPENDITUKBS IN EXEOUTIVB DEPARTMENTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, Feb. 18, 1935; no. 2. 1935. 
7 p. 4° X Y4.EX 7/13 : 74/2 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Carletcm, Mrs. Margaret L. Margaret L. Carleton, report to accompany S. 255 
[for relief of Margaret L. Carleton, widow of Algar E. Carleton] ; submitted 
by Mr. McReynolds. Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 190, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Hitchcock, Mrs. Sai'ah J. Sarah J. Hitchcock, report to accompany H. R. 3911 
[for relief of Sarah J. Hitchcock, widow of Henry B. Hitchcock] ; submitted 
by Mr. McReynolds. Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 192, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Miller, Mrs. Lily M. Lily M. Miller, report to accompany H. R. 3365 [for relief 
of Lily M. Miller, widow of Ransford S. Miller] ; submitted by Mr. McReyn- 
olds. Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 193, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PacifiG Exposition of 193S at Los Angeles, Calif., report to accompany H. J. 
Res. 164 [authorizing the President to invite foreign countries to participate 
in Pacific Exposition of 1938 at Los Angeles, Calif.] ; submitted by Mr. John- 
son of Texas. Feb. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 253, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Pan American Institute of Geography and History, report to accompany H. J. 
Res. 182 [to provide for membership of United States in Pan American 
Institute of Geography and History, and to authorize the President to extend 
invitation for next general assembly of institute to meet in United States 
in 1935, and to provide appropriation for expenses thereof] ; submitted by 
Mr. Castellow. Feb. 26, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 248, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Special Mexican Claims Commission, report to accompany S. 1068 [to establish 
commission for settlement of special claims comprehended within terms of 
convention between United States of America and United Mexican States 
concluded Apr. 24, 1934, to be known as Special Mexican Claims Commis- 
sion] ; submitted by Mr. McReynolds. Feb. 12, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 122, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Aliens. To provide for removal at Government expense of certain financially 
distressed aliens who apply for permission to return to their native country, 
report to accompany H. R. 3472 [to amend sec. 23 of immigration act of 
Feb. 5, 1917 (39 Stat. 874)] ; submitted by Mrs. O'Day. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 120, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

• To provide for removal of aliens engaging in promotion or dissemination 

of propaganda instigated from foreign sources, and for other purposes, report 
to accompany H. R. 5839 [to authorize shortening or termination of stay in 
United States of certain aliens not admitted for piermanent residence] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Starnes. Feb. 21, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 200, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, initial calendar, 
Feb. 4, 1935 ; no. 1. 1935. 7 p. large 8° $ Y 4.1m 6/1 : 74/1 

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Citizenship. To declare loss of United States citizenship by any citizen who 
votes in political election in foreign state, report to accompany H. R. 5799; 
submitted by Mr. Kerr, Feb. 22, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 216, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Naturalisation. To further provide short procedure under which certain alien 
veterans of World War may complete admission to citizenship, report to 
accompany H. R. 2739 [to extend further time for naturalization to alien 
veterans of World War under act approved May 25, 1932 (47 Stat. 165), to 
extend same privileges to certain veterans of countries allied with United 
States during World War, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Schulte. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 217, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Philippine Islands. Provide for transportation to Philippine Islands of indigent 
Filipinos resident in United States and Territories, report to accompany H. J. 
Res. 71 [to provide for return to Philippine Islands of unemployed Filipinos 
resident in continental United States or Territories thereof, to authorize 
appropriations to accomplish that result, and for other purposes] ; submitted 
by Mr. Ken-. Feb. 6, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 74, 74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

INDIAN AFFAIBS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Dagenett, Charles E. Charles E. Dagenett, report to accompany H. R. 4384 
[for relief of Charles E. Dagenett] ; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. 
Feb. 22, 1935. 1 p, (H. rp. 213, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Investigation of American Tele- 
phone & Telegraph Co., report to accompany H. J. Res. 135 [authorizing and 
directing Federal Communications Commission to investigate and report on 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company and on all other companies 
engaged directly or indirectly in telephone communication in interstate com- 
merce, including all companies related to any of these companies through 
holding company structure, or otherwise] ; submitted by Mr. Rayburn. Feb. 
14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 144, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority re- 
port.] * Paper, 5c. 

Missouri River. Bridge across Missouri River at St. Charles, Mo., report to 
accompany H. R. 57U6 [to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across Missouri River at or near St. Charles, Mo., by 
Wabash Railway Company] ; submitted by Mr. O'Brien. Feb. 15, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 152, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Ohio River. Bridge across Ohio River at Cairo, 111., report to accompany H. R. 
4527 [to extend times for commencing and completing construction of bridge 
across Ohio River at or near Cairo, 111., by Cairo Bridge Commission] ; 
submitted by Mr. Kelly of Illinois. Feb, 14, 1935. 8 p. (H, rp, 147, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bridge across Ohio River between Rockport, Ind., and Owensboro, Ky,, 

report to accompany H. R. 3982 [to extend times for commencing and com- 
pleting construction of bridge across Ohio River between Rockport, Ind., and 
Owensboro, Ky., by Spencer County Bridge Commission] ; submitted by Mr, 
Chapman. Feb, 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 146, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c, 

Panama Canal. Panama Canal tolls, hearing before subcommittee, 74th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on H. R. 1399, to provide for measurement of vessels using 
Panama Canal [for collection of tolls], Jan. 24, 1935. 1935. iii+56 p, 
* Paper, 5c. Y 4.1n 8/4 : P 19/26 

Panama Canal tolls, report to accompany H. R. 5292 [to provide for 

measurement of vessels using Panama Canal, for collection of tolls] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Lea of California. Feb. 8, 1935. 10 p. (H. rp. 91, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c, 

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Petroleum. Regulation of petroleum shipments in interstate and foreign com- 
merce, report to accompany S. 1190 [to regulate interstate and foreign com- 
merce in petroleum and its products by prohibiting shipment in such com- 
merce of petroleum and its products produced in violation of State law] ; 
submitted by Mr. Cole of Maryland. Feb. 14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 148, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26133. 

Statistics. Authorize Department of Commerce to make special statistical 
studies upon payment of cost thereof, report to accompany H. R. 5444 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Rayburn. Feb. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 145, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Wabash River. Bridge across Wabash River at La Fayette, Ind., report to 
accompany H. R. 5701 [granting consent of Congress to Indiana to con- 
struct free highway bridge across Wabash River at or near La Fayette, 
Ind.] ; submitted by Mr. Pettengill. Feb. 15, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 151, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

JUDICIAEY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 26-Feb. 23, 
1935; no. 2-A. 1935. various paging, 4° t Y 4. J 89/1 : 74/2-4 

District of Columbia. Additional justice of United States Court of Appeals 
for District of Columbia, report to accompany H. R. 5227; submitted by Mr. 
Sumners of Texas. Feb. 7, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 85, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Distr-ict of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission. Continue Virginia-Dis- 
trict of Columbia Boundary Commission, report to accompany H. J. Res. 134 
[to continue commission for determining boundary line between District of 
Columbia and Virginia for not to exceed 9 additional months, and to au- 
thorize additional funds for its expenses] ; submitted by Mr. Miller. Feb. 
15, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 149, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Judges. Retirement of Supreme Court justices, report to accompany H. R. 
5161 [to amend sec. 260 of judicial code (U. S. C, title 28, sec. 375) as here- 
tofore amended] ; submitted by Mr. Sumners of Texas. Feb. 22, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 212, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

LIBRARY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Washington, George. Provide for completion of publication of writings of 
George Washington, report to accompany H. J. Res. 140; submitted by Mr. 
Keller. Feb. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 57, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MERCHANT MARINE, RADIO, AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Coasting trade. Readmittance of vessels to coastwise trade of United States, 
report to accompany H. R. 115 [to amend sec. 27 of merchant marine act, 
1920, relating to coastwise trade] ; submitted by Mr. Bland. Feb. 12, 1935. 
5 p. (H. rp. 118, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26159 

Shellfish pests. Control of pests threatening shellfish industry, hearings, 74th 
Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4018, Jan. 17, 1935. 1935. iii+46 p. [These 
hearings concern pests thi'eatening oysters.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.M 53 : Sh 4 

'Ships. Requisitioning of ships in time of national emergency, hearings, 74th 
Congress, 1st session, on H. R. Ill, Jan. 31, 1935. 1935. pt. 2, ii+16 p. 
[Part 1, hearings on H. R. 6614, 73d Congress, appeared in Monthly catalog 
for Feb. 1934, p. 678.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.M 53 : Sh 6/20/pt.2 

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Army. Increase of Regular Army, report to accompany H. R. 5232 [to amend 
national defense act by enlarging commissioned personnel of Air Coips, Army, 
by increasing Regular Army, and by training in active service certain mem- 
bers of Officers' Reserve Corps] ; submitted by Mr. McSwain. Feb. 6, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 73, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

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Baker, Guy G. Guy Carlton Baker, report to accompany H. R. 2311 [to correct 
records of War Department to show that Guy Carlton Baker and Calton C. 
Baker or Carlton C. Baker is one and the same person] ; submitted by Mr. 
Edmiston. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 107, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ben-din, Thomas M. Thomas M. Bardin, report to accompany H. R. 231 [for 
relief of Thomas M. Bardin] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 113, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Berna/u, Carl L. Carl L. Bernau, report to accompany H. R. 2678 [for relief 
of Carl L. Bernau] ; submitted by Mr. Kvale. Feb. 1, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 52, 
74th Cong, 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Boice, Leonard T. Leonard Theodore Boice, report to accompany H. R. 249 
[for relief of Leonard Theodore Boice] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 26, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 240, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Brain-ard, Harrison. Harrison Brainnrd, alias Harry White, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 1637 [for relief of Harrison Brainard, alias Harry White] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 89, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Bramble, Walter S. Capt. Walter S. Bramble, report to accompany II. R. 3558 
[for relief of Walter S. Bramble] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 8, 1935. 
6 p. (H. rp. 90, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 2d edition. 1935. 132 p. 4° % 

Y 4.M 59/1 : 74/2 

Cannell, John 8. John S. Cannell, report to accompany H. R. 1575 [to correct 
military record of John S. Cannell] ; submitted by Mr. May. Feb. 7, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 80, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Carpenter, Frank R. Frank R. Carpenter, alias Frank R. Carvin, report to 
accompany H. R. 1565 [for relief of Frank R. Carpenter, alias Frank R. 
Carvin] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 79, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

Costigan, John. John Costigan, report to accompany H. R. 972 [for relief of 
John Costigan] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 1, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 50, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Pn per, 5c. 

Davis, Charles. Charles Davis, report to accompany H. R. 24S0 [for relief of 
Charles Davis] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 109, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Davis, James R., jr. James R. Davis, jr., report to accompany H. R. 2431 [for 
relief of James R. Da visa, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 108, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Doyle, Alexander C. Capt. Alexander C. Doyle, report to accompany H. R. 240 
[for relief of Alexander C. Doyle] : submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 7, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 76, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Estes, William. William Estes, report to accompany H. R. 2485 [for relief of 
William Estes] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 81, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Floyd. Charles C. Charles C. Floyd, report to accompany S. 274 [for relief of 
Charles C. Floyd]; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 18, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
158, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

General John J. Pershing National Park. Establish Gen. John J. Pershing Na- 
tional Military Park at Laclede, Mo., report to accompany H. R. 3272; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 18, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 157, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Gillotti, Angelo J. Angelo J. Gillotti, report to accompany H. R. 3721 [for relief 
of Angelo J. Gillotti] ; submitted by Mr. May. Feb. 4, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 58, 
74tli Cong. 1st sess. ) * Pai)er, 5c. 

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Greely, Adolphus W. Presenting Medal of Honor to General Greely, report to 
accompany H. R. 5322 [authorizing President of United States to present, in 
name of Congress, Medal of Honor to Adolphus "Washington Greely] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr, Turner. Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 210, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
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Hamilton, Mrs. Hester. Granting 6 months' pay to Hester Hamilton, report to 
accompany H. R. 829 ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
103, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Harley. Joseph W. Joseph W. Harley, report to accompany H. R. 1119 [for 
relief of Joseph W. Harley] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 7, 1935. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 78, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hatfield, John F. John F. Hatfield, report to accompany H. R. 1073 [for relief 
of John F. Hatfield] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 5. 1935. 4 p. (H. rp, 
67, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hutchinson, Roiert D. Robert D. Hutchinson, report to accompany H. R. 3787 
[for relief of Robert D. Hutchinson] ; submitted by Mr. Montet, Feb, 7, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 82, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

mtz, Michael. Michael Ilitz, report to accompany S, 488 [for relief of Michael 
Ilitz] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 12, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 115, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kaufman, Samuel. Samuel Kaufman, report to accompany H. R. 3105 [for 
relief of Samuel Kaufman] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 110, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Samuel Kaufman, report to accompany H. R. 3722 [for relief of Samuel 

Kaufman] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 1, 1935, 2 p. (H. rp. 46, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess,) * Paper, 5c. 

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. To create national memorial 
park, Kennesaw Mountain, Ga. [to be known as Kennesaw Mountain National 
Battlefield Park], report to accompany H. R. 59; submitted by Mr, Harter. 
Feb, 12, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 117, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Knight, Thaddeus C. Thaddeus C. Knight, report to accompany H. R. 2294 [for 
relief of Thaddeus C, Knight] ; submitted by Mr, Harter, Feb, 1, 1935. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 43, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Langley, Claude C. Claude Cyril Langley, report to accompany H. R. 5882 
[for relief of Claude Cyril Langley] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 19, 1935, 
2 p, (H. rp, 194, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Laws, Mrs. Rosetta. Rosetta Laws, report to accompany H, R, 2128 [for relief 
of Rossetta (Rosetta) Laws] ; submitted by Mr, May, Feb, 1, 1935. 2 p, 
(H. rp. 51, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lewis, Fort. Authorizing maintenance and use of banking house upon military 
reservation at Fort Lewis, Wash, [by National Bank of Tacoma], report to 
accompany H. R. 3266; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 1, 1935, 2 p. (H. rp, 
45, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lindoic, Carl. Carl Lindow, report to accompany H. R. 5032 [to correct and 
complete military record of Carl Lindow, known also as Carl Lindo] ; submitted 
by Mr. May. Feb. 4, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 62, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Mclntyre, Mrs. Carrie. Carrie Mclntyre, report to accompany H. R. 1438 [for 
relief of Carrie Mclntyre] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. 
(H, rp. 104, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

McMahon, Joseph J. Joseph J, McMahon, report to accompany H. R. 3533 [for 
relief of Joseph J. McMahon] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. Ill, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mitchum, Thomas L. Thomas Lee Mitchum, report to accompany H. R. 3547 
[for relief of Thomas Lee Mitchum] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 12. 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 112, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Morrison, Lake B. To correct military record of Lake B. Morrison, report to 
accompany H. R. 617; submitted by Mr. May. Feb. 1, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 40, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Muhmney, Logan. Logan Mulvaney, report to accompany H, R. 816 [for relief 
of Logan Mulvaney] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 
102, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

O'Connor, John J. John J. O'Connor, report to accompany H. R. 1951 [for relief 
of John J. O'Connor] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
106, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

OUvcr, Mrs. Nellie. Nellie Oliver, report to accompany H. R. 5133 [for relief of 
Nellie Oliver] ; submitted by Mr. May. Feb. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 61, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Pai^er, 5c. 

Philippine Islands. To assist Latin-American republics in military and naval 
matters, report to accompany H. R. 3482 [to amend act to authorize the Presi- 
dent to detail officers and enlisted men of Army, Navy, and Marine Corps to 
assist Governments of Latin-American republics in military and naval mat- 
ters, so as to include Philippine Islands] ; submitted by Mr. Edmiston. Feb. 
26,1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 242, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Raymond, Clifford N. Clifford N. Raymond, report to accompany H. R. 1442 
[for relief of Clifford N. Raymond] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 12, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 105, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Seal, Daniel W. Daniel W. Seal, report to accompany H. R. 1846 [for relief of 
Daniel W. Seal] ; submitted by Mr. May. Feb. 1, 1935. 4 [3] p. (H. rp. 41, 
74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Snyder, Mrs. Cora A. Cora A. Snyder, repoit to accompany H. R. 2117 [for relief 
of Cora A. Snyder] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 1, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 42, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5o. 

Stokes, Thomas. Thomas Stokes, report to accompany H. R. 604 [for relief of 
Thomas Stokes] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 256, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Stroud, William H. William H. Stroud, report to accompany H. R. 3173 [for 
relief of William H. Stroud] ; submitted by Mr, Harter. Feb. 5, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 68, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tatum., George. George Tatum, report to accompany H. R. 5518 [for relief 
of George Tatum] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 116, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Taylor, Charlotte. Bequest of Charlotte Taylor to Walter Reed Hospital, report 
to accompany S. J. Res. 24 [to authorize acceptance on behalf of United States 
of bequest of Charlotte Taylor for benefit of Walter Reed General Hospital] ; 
submitted by Mr. McSwaiu. Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 195, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

S16th Infantry Memorial. Directing American Battle Monuments Commission 
to restore certain inscriptions, etc., report to accompany H. J. Res. 178 
[directing American Battle INIonuments Commission or its successor to re- 
store inscriptions obliterated from 316th Infantry Memorial erected by French 
organization on property of that organization at Sillon-Fontaine (Cote 378), 
Territoire de Sivry-sur-Meuse] ; submitted by Mr. McSwain. Feb. 22, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 209, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tin. Provide for protection and preservation of domestic sources of tin, report 
to accompany H. R. 4754; submitted by Mr. Faddis. Feb. 27, 1935. 4 p. 
( H. 113. 257, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
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Upson, Charles E. Second Lt. Charles E. Upson, report to accompany H. R. 
3071 [for relief of Charles E. Upson] ; submitted by Mr. Montet. Feb. 1, 
1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 44, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Van Gestel, Arthur. Arthur Van Gestel, alias Arthur Goodsell, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 318 [for relief of Arthur Van Gestel, alias Arthur Goodsell] ; 
submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 77, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Walmsley, Harry B. Harry B. Walmsley, report to accompany H. R. 2192 [for 
relief of Harry B. Walmsley] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 
(H, rp. 60, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

War. To prevent profiteering in war, report to accompany H. R. 5529 [to pre- 
vent profiteering in time of war and to equalize burdens of war and thus 
provide for national defense, and promote peace] ; submitted by Mr. McSwain. 
Feb. 12, 1935. 37 p. (H. rp. 119, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Wherland, John H. D. John H. D. Wherland, alias Henry Lowell, report to 
accompany H. R. 3830 [for relief of John H. D. Wherland, alias Henry- 
Lowell] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Feb. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 83, 74tli 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Zinsser d Co., report to accompany H. R. 319 [for relief of Zinsser and Com- 
pany] ; submitted by Mr. Edmiston. Feb. 12, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 114, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

NAVAX AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Aviation cadets. Provide for aviation cadets in Naval Reserve [and Marine" 
Corps Reserve], report to accompany H. R. 5577; submitted by Mr. Delaney. 
Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 214, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Calendar. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 22 and 27, 
1935 ; no. 1 and 2. 1935. 79 p. and 107 p. 4° J Y 4.N 22/1 : 74/1, 2 

Offlcers, Marine Corps. Repealing sec. 16 of act to regulate distribution, pro- 
motion, retirement, and discharge of commissioned officers of Marine Corps, 
approved May 29, 1934, report to accompany H. R. 4016; submitted by Mr. 
Drewry. Feb. 5, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 69, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oncers, Navy. To regulate strength and distribution of the line of Navy, and 
for other purposes, report to accompany H. R. 5599 ; submitted by Mr. Vin- 
son of Georgia. Feb. 22, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 211, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Warships. Increasing statutory limit of expenditure for repairs or damages 
[changes] to naval vessels, report to accompany H. R. 4760; submitted by Mr. 
Fernandez. Feb. 26, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 241, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

POST OFFICE AND POST EOADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Air-mail contracts, report to accompany H. R. 5218 [to postpone effective date 
of certain restrictions respecting air-mail contracts] ; submitted by Mr. 
Dobbins. Feb. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 59, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

\Motor trucks. Purchases of motor trucks by Post Office Department, report 
pursuant to H. Res. 226 (72d Congress), H. Res. 59 (73d Congress), H. Res. 
33 (74th Congress) ; submitted by Mr. Mead. 1935. vi+39 p. (H. rp. 259, 
74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Postage stamps. Directing Postmaster General to furnish certain information 
to House of Representatives, adverse report to accompany H. Res. 81 [di- 
recting Postmaster General to furnish certain information to House of Rep- 
resentatives relative to commemorative stamps in imperforate form, issued 
since Mar. 4, 1933] ; submitted by Mr. Romjue. Feb. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
64, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Requesting information from Postmaster General, adverse report to ac- 
company H. Res. 76 [requesting information from Postmaster General rela- 
tive to commemorative stamps in imperforate form, issued since Jan. 1, 
1933] ; submitted by Mr. Romjue. Feb. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 63, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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BKAL BSTATE3 BONDHOLDERS' EEORGANIZATIONS, SELECT COMMITTEE TO INVBSTIGATH, 

HOUSE 

Real estate. Investigation of real estate bondholders' reorganizations, public 
hearings before subcommittee, 73d Congress, 2d session, at Detroit, Mich., 
Nov. 23, 24, 1934, at Chicago, 111., Dee. 4-6, 1934, at Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 7, 
1934. 1935. pt. 2, iv+557-1273 p. il. [Part 1 appeared in Monthly catalog 
for Dec. 1934, p. 452.] * Paper, 70c. Y 4.R 22/3 : In 8/pt.2 

BOADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

•Roads. Emergency construction of public highways, etc., hearing, 74th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on H. R. 4301, Jan. 22, 23, 1935. 1935. ii+70 p. il. 1 pi. 

* Paper, 10c. Y4.R53/2:H53 

EULES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Constitution of United States. Observance of 150th anniversary of formula- 
tion of Constitution of United States, report to accompany H. J. Res. 148 
[providing for preparation and completion of plans for comprehensive ob- 
servance of 150th anniversary of formulation of Constitution of United 
States] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of Virginia. Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 65, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. J. Res. 148 establishes the United States Constitu- 
tion Sesquicentennial Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

District of Columbia. Investigation of crime in District of Columbia, report 
to accompany H. Res. 94 [authorizing and directing Committee on District 
of Columbia, House, to investigate all forms of criminal activity in District 
of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 54, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Bouse of Representatives. To amend certain clauses of rules 10 and 11 of 
House of Representatives, report to accompany H. Res. 126 [to amend cer- 
tain clauses of rules 10 and 11 of House of Representatives, relating to 
Committee on Merchant Marine, Radio, and Fisheries, and to Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, so as to change name of Committee on 
Merchant Marine, Radio, and Fisheries to Committee on Merchant Marine 
and Fisheries, and to make change in duties of the two committees] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. O'Connor. Feb. 25, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 218, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Petroleum. Consideration of S. 1190, report to accompany H. Res. 113 [for 
consideration of S. 1190, to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in 
petroleum and its products by prohibiting shipment in such commerce of 
petroleum and its products produced in violation of State law] ; submitted 
by Mr. Dies. Feb. 15, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 150, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

• Paper, 5c. 

Rice. Consideration of H. R. 5221, report to accompany H. Res. 121 [for con- 
sideration of H. R. 5221, to amend agricultural adjustment act with respect 
to lice] ; submitted by Mr. Driver, Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 196, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

San Diego, California Pacific International Exposition. Consideration of 
House joint resolution 94, report to accompany H. Res. 101 [relative to con- 
sideration of H. J. Res. 94, providing for participation of United States in 
Calilornia Pacific International Exposition to be held at San Diego, Calif., 
in 1935 and 1936, authorizing appropriation therefor, and for other purposes] ; 
submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 66, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [H. J. Res. 94 establishes the California Pacific International Exposi- 
tion Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

War. Consideration of H. R. 5529, report to accompany H. Res. 133 [for con- 
sideration of H. R. 5529, to prevent profiteering in time of war and to equalize 
burdens of war and thus provide for national defense, and promote peace] ; 
submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Feb. 27, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 251, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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TEERITOBIES COMMITTEE!, HOUSE 

Ketchikan, Alaska. Authorizing Ketchikan, Alaska, to issue bonds, report to 
accompany H. R. 6084 [to authorize Ketchikan, Alaska, to issue bonds for 
purpose of acquiring electric light and power, water, and telephone proper- 
ties of Citizens' Light, Power and Water Company, and to finance and oper- 
ate same, and validating preliminary proceedings with respect thereto] ; 
submitted by Mr. Parsons. Feb. 27, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 258, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Seward, Alaska. To authorize Seward, Alaska, to undertake certain municipal 
public works, including construction of electric generating station and electric 
and steam heating distribution systems, and for such purposes to issue bonds, 
report to accompany H. R. 3808 [to authorize Seward, Alaska, to undertake 
certain municipal public works, including construction of electric generating 
station and electric distribution systems, and for such purposes to issue 
bonds] ; submitted by Mr. Crowe. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 219, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

UN-AMEEICAN ACTIVITIBS, SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON, HOUSE 

Propaganda. Investigation of Nazi and other propaganda, report pursuant to 
H. Res. 198, 73d Congress; submitted by Mr. McCormack. Feb. 15, 1935. 
24 p. (H. rp. 153, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. "Pursuant to 
H. Res. 198, 73d Congress" was omitted from 1st print.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26134 

WAB CLAIMS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Brannan, Mrs. O. A. Mrs. G. A. Brannan, report to accompany H. R. 2501 [for 
relief of Mrs. G. A. Brannan, mother of John Douglas Malone] ; submitted by 
Mr. Deeu. Feb. 19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 188, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oermantoivn, Mo. St. Ludgers Catholic Church, Germantown, Mo., report to 
accompany H. R. 3797 [for relief of St. Ludgers Catholic Church, German- 
town, Mo.] ; pnbmitted by Mr. Beiter. Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 185, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

McLoskey, Mrs. Meta de R. Meta de Rene McLoskey, report to accompany 
H. R. 615 [for relief of Meta de Rene McLoskey] ; submitted by Mr. Beiter. 
Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 186, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company. National War Labor Board, report 
to accompany H. R. 4147 [for carrying out of award of National War Labor 
Board of Apr. 11, 1919, and decision of Secretary of War of Nov. 30, 1920, 
in favor of certain employees of Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn., of St. Paul Foundry Company, St. Paul, Minn., of Ameri- 
can Hoist and Derrick Company, St. Paul, Minn., and of Twin City Forge 
and Foundry Company, Stillwater, Minn.] ; submitted by Mr. Deen. Feb. 19, 
1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 191, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Peters, A. J., Company, Incorporated. Stanley A. Jerman, report to accompany 
H. R. 1366 [for relief of Stanley A. Jerman, receiver for A. J. Peters Com- 
pany, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Beiter. Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
189, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Public Service Coordinated Transport of Newark, N. J., report to accompany 
H. R. 2439 [authorizing adjustment of claim of Public Service Coordinated 
Transport of Newark, N. J.] ; submitted by Mr. Deen. Feb. 19, 1935. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 187, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Calendar, assignments for hearings on economic security act, Jan. 
24-Feb. 8, 1935 ; no. 3-15. 1935. various paging, 4° $ 

Y 4.W 36 : 74/3-15/Econ.sec. 

Calendar of bills and resolutions referred to Committee on Ways and 

Means, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 14, 1935 ; no. 2. 1935. 22 p. 4° % 

Y 4.W 36 : 74/2 

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Taxation, Exemption from. Directing Secretary of Treasury to furnish House 
of Representatives certain information with respect to tax-exempt securities, 
adverse report to accompany H. Res. 73; submitted by Mr. Cooper of Ten- 
nessee. Feb. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 55, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Directing Secretary of Treasury to furnish House of Representatives 

certain information with respect to tax-exempt securities, adverse report to 
accompany H. Res. 74 ; submitted by Mr. Cooper of Tennessee. Feb. 4, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 56, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MIGRATORY BIRD CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Report of Migratory Bird Commission [fiscal year 1934]. Feb. 20, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. doc. 104, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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NATIONAL FOREST RESERVATION COMMISSION 

Report. National Forest Reservation Commission, report of National Forest 
Reservation Commission, year ended June 30, 1934. 1935. v-i-28 p. map. 
(S. doc. 8, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 11-35944 

PRINTING JOINT COMMITTEE 

Calendars. Joint Committee on Printing, 73d Congress, calendar of requests 
presented to committee for consideration and action thereon, Jan. 3, 1935, 
final print. 1935. 29 p. 4'' t Y 4.P 93/1 : 5/73-final 

SENATE 

Accounts. Report of secretary of Senate [submitting statement of receipts and 
expenditures], July 1, 1933-June 30, 1934. 1935. iii+492 p. (S. doc. 1, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 50e. 
L. C. card 9-16161 

Calendar of business, Senate, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 4-28, 1935; no. 
17-32. 1935. various paging, large 8° [Daily when Senate is in session.] t 

Y 1.3 : 74/17-32 

Stream pollution and stream purification, report of Augustine Lonergan, chair- 
man of conference with Secretary of War relative to proposal to grant 
Federal authority to prevent stream pollution and to provide for stream 
purification ; presented by Mr. Lonergan. 1935. vi -1-103 p. (S. doc. 16, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 35-26141 

Yelloiostone River. Division of waters of Yellowstone River, letter from Wil- 
liam A. Lamb, commissioner of United States, transmitting compact entered 
into by himself and commissioners for Montana and Wyoming for division of 
waters of Yellowstone River. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 18, 1935. 5 p. 
(S. doc. 20, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26142 

AGRICCTLTTrEE AND FOBEBTEY COMMITTEE, SE3NATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 29-Feb. 28, 
1935 ; no. 3-6. 1935. Each 24 p. or 28 p. 4° % Y 4.Ag 8/2 : 74/3-6 

Farmers. Authorizing Federal Ti-ade Commission to make investigation with 
respect to agricultural income and financial and economic condition of agri- 
cultural producers generally, report to accompany S. J. Res. 9; submitted by 
Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 143, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mississippi. Authorize transfer of forest reservation lands in Forrest and 
Periy counties. Miss., to Mississippi or to War Department [for use of 
National Guard], report to accompany H. R. 4983; submitted by Mr. Bilbo. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 130, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
• Paper, 5c. 

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Pickicick Landing Dam. Change name of Pickwick Landing Dam to Quin Dam, 
report to accompany S. 1506 ; submitted by Mr. Smith. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p.' (S. rp. 125, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Washington-Lincoln Memorial Gettysl)urg Boulevard. Establishment of Com- 
mission for Construction of Washington-Lincoln Memorial Gettysburg Boule- 
vard connecting present Lincoln Memorial in city of Washington with 
battlefield of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, report to accompany S. J. Res. 43; 
submitted by Mr. Smith. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 
181, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTiEE, SENATE 

State Department. Departments of State, Justice, Commerce, and Labor appro- 
priation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearings before subcommittee, 74th Congress, 
1st session, on H. R. 5255. 1935. ii+40 p. [These hearings do not discuss 
Labor Department appropriations.] * Paper, 5c. Y4.Ap6/2 : St 2/936 

Departments of State, Justice, Commerce, and Labor appropriation bill, 

[fiscal year] 1936, report to accompany H. R. 5255; submitted by Mr. McKellar. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 188, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. Emergency relief appropriation act of 1935, report to accompany 
H. J. Res. 117; submitted by Mr. Glass. Feb. 14, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 109, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Emergency relief appropriation, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 

H. J. Res. 117. 1935. ii-fl44 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : Em 3/2 

Same, supplemental hearings. 1935. ii-f46 p. map. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.Ap 6/2 : Em 3/2/supp. 

BANKING AND CUREENOY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

^Agricultural credit. Farm credit act of 1935, hearing, 74th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion, on S. 1384, to amend emergency farm moi'tgage act of 1933, to amend 
Federal farm loan act, to amend agricultural marketing act, and to amend 
farm credit act of 1933, Jan. 29 [and Feb. 5], 1935. 1935. 2 pts. [viil-f92 
p. * Paper, pt. 1. 5c. ; * pt. 2, 10c. Y 4.B 22/3 : F 22/4/pt. 1, 2 

Farm credit act of 1935, report to accompany S. 1384 [to amend emer- 
gency farm mortgage act of 1933, to amend Federal farm loan act, to amend 
agricultural marketing act, and to amend farm credit act of 1933] ; submitted 
by Mr. Fletcher. Feb. 6, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 45, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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1935 ; no. 1-4. 1935. various paging, 4° t Y 4.B 22/3 : 74A-4 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

"" Civil service. Extending classified executive civil service, hearing before sub- 
committee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on S. 564, Feb. 7, 1935. 1935. iii+41 
p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.C 49/2 : C 56 

CIJilMS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Adams, Burton 8. Heirs of Burton Stearns Adams, report to accompany S. 236 
[for relief of heirs of Burton Stearns Adams] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 211, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Baker, Joe G. Joe G. Baker, report to accompany S. 747 [for relief of Joe G. 
Baker] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 
3 p. (S. rp. 147, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bardel, William. Estate of William Bardel, report to accompany S. 39 [for 
relief of estate of William Bardel] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, cal- 
endar day Feb. 21, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 151, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Barlow-Moore Tobacco Co., report to accompany S. 239 [for relief of Barlow- 
Moore Tobacco Company] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 155, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Bmlding and loan associations. Refund of taxes erroneously collected from cer- 
tain building and loan associations, report to accompany S. 279 [to extend 
time for refunding of certain taxes erroneously collected from certain building 
and loan associations] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 
212, 74tli Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cai-bonell, Dino. Dino Carbonell, report to accompany S. 1325 [for relief of 
Dino Carbonell] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbach. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 21, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 144, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Claims. Authorize settlement, allowance, and payment of certain claims, re- 
port to accompany S. 559; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 198, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Clark, Fred G., Company. Fred G. Clark Co., report to accompany S. 281 
[for relief of Fred G. Clark Company] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, 
calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 16 p. (S. rp. 183, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Cocke, William J. William J. Cocke, report to accompany S. 941 [for relief 
of William J. Cocke] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb, 
22, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 187, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, report to accompany S. 790 [for relief 
of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 
25, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 207, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Comoay, George S., jr. George S. Conway, jr., report to accompany H. R. 529 
[granting compensation to George S. Conway, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. White. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb, 21, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 153, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Cooper, Mick 0. Mick C. Cooper, report to accompany S. 1487 [for relief of 
Mick C. Cooper] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb, 22, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 179, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cornwell, William. William Cornwell and others, report to accompany S. 535 
[for relief of William Coniwell and others] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 
25, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 213, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

GrcsweU, Paul H. Paul H. Creswell, report to accompany S. 1474 [for relief 
of Paul H. Creswell] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 
22, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 178, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

De Back, Mrs. Minnie C. Minnie C. de Back, report to accompany S. 1392 
[conferring upon district court for northern district of California, southern 
division, jurisdiction of claim of Minnie C. de Back against Alaska Rail- 
road] ; submitted by Mr. White, Feb. 26, 1935. 9 p. (S. rp. 221, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dickinson, G. B. C. B. Dickinson, report to accompany S. 1694 [for relief of 
C. B. Dickinson] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp, 
203, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Dooley, J. M., Fireproof Warehouse Corporation. J. M. Dooley Fireproof 
Warehouse Corporation, report to accompany S. 937 [for relief of J. M. 
Dooley Fireproof Warehouse Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; submitted by 
Mr. Gibson. Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 219, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Eddy, Charles Q. Estate of Elizabeth B. Eddy, report to accompany S. 1136 
[to carry Into effect finding of Court of Claims in claim of Elizabeth B. Eddy, 
widow of Charles G, Eddy] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 25, 1935. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 208, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Fairmont Creamei-y, Omaha, Nebr., report to accompany S. 1008 [for relief of 
Fairmont Creamery Company, Omaha, Nebr.] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 205, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Fidelity Trust Co. of Baltimore, Md., and others, report to accompany S. 694 
[for payment of claims of Fidelity Trust Company of Baltimore, and 
others] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 4 p. 
(S. i-p. 159, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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First Camden National Bank d Trust Co., Camden, N. J., report to accompany 
S. 1472 [for relief of First Camden National Bank and Trust Company, 
Camden, N. J.] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp, 218, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Fischer, Anton W. Estate of Anton W. Fischer, report to accompany S. 1846 
[for relief of estate of Anton W. Fischer] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, 
calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 162, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Freeman, Mrs. Adelle B. Mrs. George F. Freeman, report to accompany S. 475 
[for relief of Mrs. George F. Freeman (Adelle B. Freeman)] ; submitted by 
Mr. Townsend. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 5 p. ( S. rp. 149, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oeer, Mrs. Elda. Elda Geer, report to accompany S. 1038 [authorizing adjust- 
ment of claim of Elda Geer] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Feb. 26, 1935. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 225, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Germnnia Catering Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 41 [for relief of Germania 
Catering Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 15, cal- 
endar day Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 156, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Greenspan, Isidoi: Isidor Greenspan, report to accompany S. 1121 [for relief 
of Isidor Greenspan] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 
21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 158, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hale, Mrs. Yvonne. Yvonne Hale, report to accompany S. 799 [for relief of 
Yvonne Hale, widow of Bernard F. Hale] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Feb. 
15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 167, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Harwood, Richard N. Dr. R. N. Harwood, report to accompany S. 1027 [for 
relief of R. N. Harwood] ; submitted by Mr. "White. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 22, 1935. 5 p. (S. i-p. 184, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Uolladay, A. Randolph. A. Randolph HoUaday, report to accompany S. 1110 
[for relief of A. Randolph Holladay] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Feb. 15, 
calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 168, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Hollidge, Harry P. Harry P. HoUidge, report to accompany S. 760 [for relief 
of Harry P. Hollidge] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 22, 1935. 8 p. (S. rp. 164, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c, 

Internaiional Manufacturers' Sales Co. of America, Inc., A. S. Postnikoff, trus- 
tee, report to accompany S. 1126 [for relief of International Manufacturers' 
Sales Company of America, Incorporated, A. S. Postnikoff, trustee] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 10 p. (S. rp. 
139, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

International Mercantile Marine Co., report to accompany S. 788 [for relief of 
International Mercantile Marine Company] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 
25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 206, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jay Street Terminal, New York, report to accompany S. 563 [for relief of Jay 
Street Terminal, Nevv York] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar 
day Feb. 22, 1935. 2 p. ( S. x-p- 170, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Jumer, John A. John A. Jumer, report to accompany S. 1363 [for relief of 
John A. Jumer] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 180, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kemper, William. William Kemper, report to accompany S. 282 [for relief of 
William Kemper] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar dav Feb. 21, 
1985. 8 p. (S. rp. 138, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kennedy, Francis B. Francis B. Kennedy, report to accompany S. 1059 [author- 
izing adjustment of claim of Francis B. Kennedy] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 175, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Korher Realty, Inc., report to accompany S. 428 [authorizing adjustment of 
claim of Korber Realty, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 
1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 215, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Las Vegas Hospital Association, Las Vegas, Nev., report to accompany S. 41t> 
[for relief of Las Vegas Hospital Association, Las Vegas, Nev.] ; submitted by 
Mr. Bailey. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 140. 74tb Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Lawley, George, & Son Gorpora.tion. George Lawley & Son Corporation, Boston, 
Mass., repoi't to accompany S. 998 [to carry out findings of Court of Claims 
in case of George Lawley and Son Corporation, Boston, Mass.] ; submitted by 
Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 9 p. ( S. rp. 217, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lewis, Charles A. Charles A. Lewis, report to accompany S. 742 [for relief of 

Charles A. Lewis] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22. 

1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 177, 74th Cong. 1st seas.) * Paper, 5c. 
Lindquist, Edith N. Edith N. Lindquist, report to accompany S. 905 [for relief 

of Edith N. Lindquist] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. 

( S. rp. 202, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Lowe, John Z. John Z. Lowe, report to accompany S. 1298 [for relief of John Z. 
Lowe] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 7 p. 
( S. rp. 141, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Lyons, William. William Lyons, report to accompany S. 1391 [for relief of 
William Lyons] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 190^ 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

MoAlister, Sanford A. Sanford A. and Eliza L. McAlister, report to accompany 
S. 1037 [authorizing adjustment of claims of Sanford A. McAlister and Eliza 
L. McAlister] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Feb. 2G, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 224, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Mack Copper Co., report to accompany S. 1878 [conferring jurisdiction upon 
Court of Claims to hear and determine claim of Mack Copper Company] ; 
submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 
161, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mast, C. J. C. J. Mast, report to acc(»mpany S. 921 [for relief of C. J. Mast] : 
submitted by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 5 p. (S. ri). 
171, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5<'. 

Meayher, Mrs. Winifred. Winifred Meagher, report to accompany S. 38 [for 
relief of Winifred Meagher] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 22, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 166, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Messier, A. C. Company. A. C. Messier Co., report to accompany S. 313 [to 
confer jurisdiction on Court of Claims to hear and determine claim of A. C. 
Messier Company] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 
1935. 9 p. (S. rp. 152, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Meyer, Charles 0. C. O. Meyer, report to accompany S. 537 [for relief of C. O, 
Meyer] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 216, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Morse Dry Dock d Repair Co., report to accompany S. 743 [to carry out findings 
of Court of Claims in claim of Morse Dry Dock and Repair Company] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 12 p. (S. rp. 214, 74th Cong. 1st ses.s.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Murphy, Alva A. Alva A. Murphy, report to accompany S. 170 [for relief of 
Alva A. Murphy] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 
1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 148, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Noxon, Enimett C. Emmett C. Noxon, report to accompany S. 42 [for relief of 
Emmett C. Noxon] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 137, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Army. Relief of certain disbursing officers of Army [and settlement of 
individual claim approved by War Department], report to accompany S. 558; 
submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 197, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Relief of certain disbursing officers of Army [and settlement of individ- 
ual claims approved by War Department], report to accompany S. 557; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 25, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 196, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Pennsylvania Railroad Co., report to accompany S. 1057 [authorizing adjust- 
ment of claim of Pennsylvania Railroad Company] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 174, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

.Peters, A. J., Company, Incorporated. Stanley A. Jerman, receiver, report to 
accompany S. 483 [for relief of Stanley A, Jerman, receiver for A. J. Peters 
Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 
22, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 181, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Prevost, Mrs. Tei'esa de. Teresa de Prevost, report to accompany S. 1360 [for 
relief of Teresa de Prevost] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15. calendar day 
Feb. 22, 1935. 22 p. (S. rp. 163, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Reed, Mrs. Charles L. Mrs. Charles L. Reed, report to accompany S. 1621 [for 
relief of Mrs. Charles L. Reed] ; submitted by I\Ir. Capper. Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. 
(S. rp. 199, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rio Grande Southern Railroad Co., report to accompany S. 1053 [authorizing 
adjustment of claim of Rio Grande Southern Railroad Company] ; submitted 
by Mr. Bailey. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 172, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ritchey, George W. Dr. George W. Ritchey, report to accompany S. 1036 [author- 
izing adjustment of claim of George W. Ritchey] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellen- 
bach. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 145, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Roden, Mary A. Estate of Mary Agnes Roden, report to accompany S. 285 [to 
reimburse estate of Mary Agues Roden, Sophie T. Walsh, administratrix] ; 
submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 25. 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 204, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Schutte & Koerting Co., report to accompany S. 1056 [authorizing adjustment of 
claim of Schutte and Koerting Company] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 26, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 220, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Seavey, Harold E. Harold B. Seavey, report to accompany S. 581 [for relief 
of Harold E. Seavey] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 182, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Sforsa, Carmine. Carmine Sforza, report to accompany S. 209 [for relief of 
Carmine Sforza] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Feb. 26, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 223, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Snare, Frederick, Corporation. Snare & Triest Co., now Frederick Snare Cor- 
poration, report to accompany S. 1328 [for relief of Snare and Triest Company, 
now Frederick Snare Corporation] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calen- 
dar day Feb. 22, 1935. 13 p. (S. rix 186, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Southern Products Co., report to accompany S. 929 [for relief of Southern Prod- 
ucts Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 
1935. 9 p. (S. rp. 160, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Spearin, George B. Estate of George B. Spearin, report to accompany S. 781 
[for relief of estate of George B. Spearin] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 
15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 157, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Synies, Ed. Ed Symes et al., report to accompany S. 1012 [for relief of Ed Symes 
and wife, Elizabeth Symes, and certain other citizens of Texas] ; submitted 
by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 201, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Tackett, John H. John Henry Tackett, report to accompany S. 155 [for relief of 
John Henry Tackett] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 165, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [S. 155 provides for 
payment of expenses incident to illness of John Henry Tackett, former inmate 
of National Training School for Boys.] * Paper, 5c. 

Talanco, Stefano. Stefano and Edith Talanco, report to accompany S. 1585 [for 
relief of Stefano Talanco and Edith Talanco] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 142, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Union Shipping & Trading Co., Ltd., report to accompany S. 741 [for relief of 
Union Shipping and Trading Company, Limited] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 170, 74tli Cong. 1st sess!) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Valentino, Vito. Vito Valentino, report to accompany S. 314 [for relief of Vito 
Valentino] ; submitted by Mr. White. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 
7 p. ( S, rp. 154, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Voeltz, Oeorge. George Voeltz, report to accompany S. 1781 [for relief of 
George Voeltz] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 
1935. 14 p. (S. rp. 169, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

West India Oil Co., report to accompany S. 1039 [authorizing adjustment of 
claim of West India Oil Company] ; submitted by Mr. Schwelli'nbach. Feb. 
15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 146, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

White Bros. & Co., report to accompany S. 1054 [authorizing adjustment of 
claim of White Brothers and Company] ; submitted bv Mr. Bailey. Feb. 15, 
calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 173, 74th Gong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Wright, David A. David A. Wright, report to accompany S. 713 [granting 
jurisdiction to Court of Claims to hear case of David A. Wright] ; submitted 
by Mr. White. Feb. 26, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 222, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Young, James R. James R. Young, report to accompany S. 1062 [for relief of 
James R. Young, successor to Union Trust Company] ; submitted by Mr. 
White. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 22, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 185, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

COMMERCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Arkansas River. Bridge at Sallisaw, Okla., report to accompany H. R. 3057 
[granting consent of Congress to Oklahoma to construct free highway bridge 
across Arkansas River south of Sallisaw in Sequoyah and Le Flore counties 
at point approximately 15 miles north of Keota, Okla.] ; submitted by Mr. 
Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. i-p. 85, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Bridges. Amend act to regulate construction of bridges, report to accompany 
S. 737 [to amend sec. 4 of act to regulate construction of bridges over navi- 
gable waters, approved Mar. 23, 1906, as amended, so as to make provision 
relating to tolls inapplicable to certain bridges which are wholly within 
single State] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 77, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 24^Feb. 27, 
1935 ; no. 2-7. 1935. Each 48 p. or 55 p. 4" t Y 4.C 73/2 : 74/^-7 

Colorado River. Bridge across Colorado River at Parker, Ariz., report to ac- 
company S. 812 [authorizing Arizona State Highway Commission to con- 
struct toll or free bridge across Colorado River at or near Parker, Ariz., 
within Colorado River Indian Reservation] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 78, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Dan River. Bridge at Danville, Va., report to accompany H. R. 3983 [to legal- 
ize bridge, known as Union Street Bridge, across Dan River at Danville, Va., 
being reconstructed by Virginia] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, cal- 
endar day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 87, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eleven Points River. Free highway bridge near Alton, Mo., report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2874 [granting consent of Congress to State Highway Commission 
to construct free highway bridge across Eleven Points River in section 17, 
township 23 north, range 2 west, approximately 12 miles east of Alton, on 
route numbered 42, Oregon County, Mo.] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 
7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 83, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

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Mississippi River. Bridge across Mississippi River near Cohasset, Minn., re- 
port to accompany S. 1342 [to revive and reenact act granting consent of 
Congress to board of county commissioners of Itasca County, Minn., to con- 
struct free liighway bridge across Mississippi River at or near road between 
Cohasset and Deer Rivei% Minn.] ; submitted by Mr, Sheppard. Feb. 7, cal- 
endar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 89, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Missouri River. Bridge across Missouri River at Garrison, N. Dak., report to 
accompany S. 1222 [to further extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across Missouri River at or near Garrison, N. Dak., by 
North Dakota] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 
1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 88, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bridge across Missouri River at St. Charles, Mo., report to accompany 

S. 1144 [to further extend time for constructing bridge across Missouri River 
at or near St. Charles, Mo., by Wabash Railway Company] ; submitted by Mr. 
Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 80, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Moi'ro Castle, steamship. Investigation of steamship Morro Castle and steam- 
ship Mohawk disasters, report to accompany S. Res. 7 [relating to investiga- 
tions of steamship Morro Castle and Mohawk disasters and adequacy of 
methods and practices for safety of life at sea] ; submitted by Mr. Copeland. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 72, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* PaiJer, 5c. 

Ohio River. Bridge across Ohio River at Cairo, 111., report to accompany S. 
1308 [to extend times for commencing and completing construction of bridge 
across Ohio River at or near Cairo, 111., by Cairo Bridge Commission] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 81, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bridge across Ohio River at Wellsburg, W. Va., report to accompany 

S. 250 [authorizing Brookewell Bridge Company to construct toll bridge across 
Ohio River at or near Wellsburg, W. Va.] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 76, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Pai)er, 5c. 

■ Bridge across Ohio River between Rockport, lud., and Owensboro, Ky., 

report to accompany H. R. 3982 [to extend times for commencing and com- 
pleting construction of bridge across Ohio River between Rockport, Ind., and* 
Owensboro, Ky., by Spencer County Bridge Commission] ; submitted by Mr. 
Sheppard. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 135, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c, 

Oregon-Washington Bridge Board of Trustees. Relating to Oregon-Washington 
Bridge Board of Trustees [authorized to construct toll bridge across Columbia 
River at Astoria, Oreg.], report to accompany S. 1076; submitted by Mr. Shep- 
pard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 79, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

St. Laicrcnce River. Bridge near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., report to accompany 
H. R. 3018 [to extend times for commencing and completing construction of 
bridge across St. Lawrence River at or near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., by New 
York Development Association, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 84, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5e. 

Shellfish pests. Control and eradication of shellfish pests, report to accompany 
H. R. 4018 [to provide for investigation, control, and eradication of marine 
organisms injurious to shellfish in Atlantic and Gulf States] ; submitted by 
Mr. Copeland. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp, 71, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Snake River. Free highway bridge between Clarkston, Wash., and Lewiston, 
Idaho, report to accompany H. R. 2030 [authorizing Washington and Idaho 
to construct free highway bridge across Snake River between Clarkston, 
Wash., and Lewiston, Idaho] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar 
day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 82, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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WaMsh River. Bridge across Wabash River at La Fayette, Ind., report to 
accompany H. R. 5701 [granting consent of Congress to Indiana to con- 
struct free highway bridge across Wabash River at or near La Fayette, 
Ind.] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 

1 p. (S. rp. 136, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Waccamaw River. Bridge across Waccamaw River at Conway, S. C, report 
to accompany H. R. 3891 [to extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across Waccamaw River at Conway, S. C, by South 
Carolina] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 

2 p. (S. rp. 86, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 19, 1935; no. 
2. 1935. 15 p. 4° $ Y 4.D 63/2 : 74/2 

Cemeteries. To authorize opening of graves in District of Columbia, report 
to accompany S. 1016 [to empower health officer of District of Columbia 
to authorize opening of graves, and disinterment and reinterment of dead 
bodies, in eases where death has been caused by certain contagious diseases] ; 
submitted by Mr. Capper. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (S-. rp. 
124, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Groff, Chester C. License to practice healing art in District of Columbia to 
Chester C. Groff, report to accompany S. 31 ; submitted by Mr. Copeland. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 75, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Inheritance. Amend code relating to descent and distribution [of property] 
in District of Columbia, report to accompany S. 409 ; submitted by Mr. King. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 90, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Mayflower Hotel Compani/. Reorganization of Mayflower Hotel Co., report 
pursuant to S. Res. 231, 73d Cong.; submitted by Mr. Resmolds. Feb. 7, 
calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 21 p. (S. rp. 107, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Parks. Use of public buildings and space by 1935 Shrine Committee of Wash- 
ington, D. C, report to accompany S. J. Res. 49 [authorizing use of public 
parks, reservations, and other public spaces in District of Columbia, and use 
of tents, cots, hospital appliances, flags, and other decorations, property of 
United States, by Washington, D. C, 1935 Shrine Committee. Incorporated, 
and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. King. Feb. 7. calendar day Feb. 
8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 93, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pennsylvania Greyhound Transit Company. Permit laying of pipe line across 
New York Avenue NE., in District of Columbia [by Pennsylvania Grey- 
hound Transit Company], report to accompany S. 1519; submitted by Mr. 
King. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 91, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Real estate. Regulation of real-estate brokers and salesmen in District of Co- 
lumbia, report to accompany S. 1019 [to define, regulate, and license real- 
estate brokers and real-estate salesmen, to create Real Estate Commission in 
District of Columbia, to protect public against fraud in real-estate transac- 
tions, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. King. Feb. 7, calendar day 
Feb. 8, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 92. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Recorder of deeds. Provide fees to be charged by recorder of deeds of Dis- 
trict of Columbia, and for other purposes, report to accompany S. 410; sub- 
mitted by Mr. King. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 132, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

EDUCATION AND LABOE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 5, 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 7 p. 4'' t Y 4. Ed 8/3 : 74/1 

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Columbia Institution for the Deaf. Extension of Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf, report to accompany S. 1180 [to amend sec. 4S65, Revised statutes, as 
amended, by increasing number of beneficiaries from the several States and 
Territories authorized for admission to collegiate department of Columbia 
Institution for the Deaf] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Feb. 26, 1935. 2 p, 
(S. rp. 229, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Labor exchanges. Altering apportionment to certain States for public employ- 
ment oflBces [afiiliated with United States Employment Service], report to 
accompany S. 147; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Feb. 26, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
226, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Navv yards. Allowance for certain claims for extra labor at certain navy 
yards and shore stations, report to accompany S. 872 [for allowance of cer- 
tain claims for extra labor above legal day of 8 hours at the several navy 
yards and shore stations certified by Court of Claims] ; submitted by Mr. 
Walsh. Feb. 26, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 228, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Statistics. Special statistical studies by Department of Labor, report to accom- 
pany S. 857 [to authorize Department of Labor to continue to make special 
statistical studies upon payment of cost thereof] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. 
Feb. 26, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 227, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SESSfATE 

Calendars. Calendar, assignments for hearings on economic security act, Jan. 
28-Feb. 20, 1935; no. 1-18. 1935. various paging, 4° t 

Y 4.F 49 : 74/1-18/Ecou. sec 

Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 1-20, 1935 ; no. 5-8. 

1935. Each 20 p. 4° t Y 4.F 49 : 74/5-8 

Government securities. To amend 2d liberty bond act, hearing, 74th Congress^ 
1st session, on H. E.. 4304, to amend 2d liberty bond act, as amended, and 
for other purposes [so as to permit more fiexible and economical Government 
financing, etc.], Jan. 29, 1935; [statement of Henry Morgenthau, jr.]. 1935. 
ii-f 22 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.F 49 : B 64/7 

National Recovery Administration. Investigation of National Recovery Admin- 
istration, report to accompany S. Res. 79 [for investigation of certain charges 
concerning administration of industrial codes by National Recovery Admin- 
istration] ; submitted by Mr. Harrison. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 
1 p. (S. rp. 128, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

-Social security. Economic security act, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, 
on S. 1130, to alleviate hazards of old age, unemployment, illness, and depend- 
ency, to establish a social insurance board in Department of Labor, to raise 
revenue, and for other purposes, Jan. 28 [-Feb. 20], 1935. 1935. pts. 3-11, 
[xxxi] -f 141-1264 p. il. * Paper, pt. 3, 5c. ; * pts. 4-9, each 10c. ; * pt. 10, 15c. ^ 

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FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 11 and 20,^ 
1935 ; no. 3 and 4. 1935. 12 p. and 19 p. 4° $ Y 4.F 76/2 : 74/3, 4 

California Pacific Internaiional Exposition at San Diego, Calif., report to 
accompany H. J. Res. 94 [providing for participation of United States in 
California Pacific International Exposition to be held at San Diego, Calif., 
in 1935 and 1986, authorizing appropriation therefor, and for other purposes] ; 
submitted by Mr. Johnson. Feb. 25, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 189, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [H. J. Res. 94 establishes the California Pacific International Expo- 
sition Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

Carleton, Mrs. Margaret L. Margaret L. Carleton, report to accompany S. 25& 
[for relief of Margaret L. Carleton, widow of Algar E. Carleton] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Pittman. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 40, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Carrigan, Mrs. Anna 8. Auna S. Carrigan, report to accompany H. R. 3373 
[for relief of Anna S. Carrigan, widow of Clarence Carrigan] ; submitted 
by Mr. Johnson. Feb. 25, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 194, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Claims. Interest payments on American embassy drafts [drawn in Russia and 
Turkev during period from 1915 to 1920], report to accompany S. 1896: sub- 
mitted by Mr. Pittman. Feb. 25, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 192, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

De Soto, Mrs. Sophie. Sophie de Sota, report to accompany H. K. 3;i0 [for 
relief of Sophie de Sota (de Soto), widow of Hernando de Sota (de Solo)] ; 
submitted by Mr. Pittman. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. ( S. rp. 193, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Finley, Mrs. Oennain^ M. 8. Germr 



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ley, Mrs. Oetinaine M. 8. Germaine M. Finley, report to accompany S. 
S09 [for relief of Germaine M. Finley, widow of James G. FinU'y] ; sub- 
litted by Mr. Pittman. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 191, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
Paper, 5c. 

Frost, Mrs. Lillian O. Lillian G. Frost, report to accompany S. 312 [for relief 
of Lillian G. Frost, mother of Franklin B. Frost] ; submitted by Mr. Pittman. 
Feb. 12, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 108, 74Ui Cong. 1st ses.s.) * Paper, 5c. 

International Boundary Commis.sion, United States and Mexico. National 
Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico, report to accompany S. J. 
Res. 16 [to provide for defraying expenses of American section. International 
Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico, in conducting investigation 
to detei-mine feasibility of canalizMtion of Rio Grande] ; submitted by Mr. 
Cutting. Fob. 4, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 41, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Roads. Highway from United States to Alaska through British Columbia, 
report to accomp;iny S. 1374 [authorizing survey, location, and construction 
of highway to connect northwestern part of continental United States with 
British Columbia, Yukon Territory, and Alaska] ; submitted by Mr. Pittman. 
Feb. 15, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 114, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wiener Bank Verein, repoit to accomiiany S. 735 [for relief of Wiener Bank 
Verein] ; submitted by Mv. Robinson for Mr. Waguer. Feb. 7, calendar day 
Feb. 11, 19:35. 3 p. (S. rp. 100, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, ."jc. 

IMMIGRATION OOMMITIEE, SEINATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 22 and 25, 
1935; no. 1 and 2. 1935. Each 4 p. 4" t Y 4.1m 6/2 : 74/1, 2 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE;, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 8. 1935 ; no. 1. 
1935. 27 p. 4" * Y 4.1n 2/2 : 74/1 

Indians. Survey of conditions of Indians in United States, hearings before 
subcommittee,' 72d [73d] Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 79 and 
308 (70th Cong.), S. Res. 263 and 416 (71st Cong.), and S. Res. 323 (72d 
Cong.), directing Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate, to make general sur- 
vey of condition of Indians of United States, continuing until end of regular 
session of 73d Congress Senate resolution numbered 79 authorizing general 
survey of Indian conditions [Oct. 23-28, 1933]. 1934. pt. 32, iv+16947- 
17224-|-vi p. [These hearings were held in Idaho and Washington State.] 
* Paper, 20c. Y 4.1n 2/2 : In 2/3/pt.32 

INTERSTATE COMMB31CE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Authorizing and directing Fed- 
eral Communications Commission to make thorough investigation of Ameri- 
can Telephone & Telegraph Co. and all other telephone companies, report to 
accompany S. J. Res. 46; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 49, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print gives Interstate 
Commerce Commission in title instead of Federal Communications Com- 
mission.] * Paper, 5c. 

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Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 4 and 25. 
1935 ; no. 2 and 3. 1935. 8 p. and 11 p. 4» $ Y 4. In 8/3 : 74/2, 3 

Federal Communications Commission. Authorizing employment of chief ac- 
countant and other accounting officials and employees by Federal Communi- 
cations Commission, report to accompany S. 1336 [to amend paragraph (f) 
of sec. 4 of communications act of 1934] ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 
'6, 1935. 1 p. ( S. rp. 48, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

,[ Confirmation of members of Federal Communications Commission, hear- 
ings. 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 23-Feb. 2, 1935. 1935. iii+231 p. il. 

* Paper, 20c. Y 4.1n 8/3 : F 31/3 

Federal Trade Commission. To enlarge .jurisdiction of Federal Trade Com- 
mission under sec. 5 of Federal Trade Commission act, report to accompany 
S. 944 [to amend sec. 5 of Federal Trade Commission act] ; submitted by 
Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 6, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 46, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Jnterstaie Commerce Commission. Changing date of Interstate Commerce 
Commission's annual report to Congress, report to accompany S. 943 [to 
amend sec. 21 of interstate commerce act] ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 
6.1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 55, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Permitting members of Interstate Commerce Commission to continue to 

serve, upon expiration of terms of office, until successors have been appointed 
and qualified, report to accompany S. 945 [to amend sec. 11 and 24 of inter- 
state commerce act] ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 6, 1935. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 47, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Washington State. Consenting to agreement or compact between Washington, 
Oregon, and Idaho, or any 2 of said States, concerning jurisdiction by said 
States over boundary water lines between any 2 or more of said States, 
report to accompany S. J. Res. 23 ; su!5mitted by Mr. Wheeler. Feb. 6, 1935. 
1 p. (S. rp. 56, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

•Bankruptcy. To amend bankruptcy act, report to accompany S. 1616 [to amend 
act to establish uniform system of bankruptcy throughout United States, 
and acts amendatory and supplementary thereto, so as to put raisers of live 
stock on par with farmers for purposes of this act] ; submitted by Mr. Hatch. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 133, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Jan. 28-Feb. 25, 
1935 ; no. 2-5. 1935. various paging, 4° t Y 4.J 89/2 : 74/2-5 

Judges. Certain judgeships, report to accompany S. 481 [authorizing filling of 
vacancies in certain judgeships in District Courts] ; submitted by Mr. 
Dieterich. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 3 p. ( S. rp. 129, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Political influence. Act amending sec. 113 of criminal code, report to accom- 
pany S. 213 [to amend sec. 113 of criminal code of Mar. 4, 1909, 35 Stat. 1109 
(U. S. C, title 18, sec. 203), so as to prevent improper use of political 
influence in behalf of individuals, corporations, or associations having con- 
troversy with Government] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 126, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MIUTARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Ambrogi, Marino. Marino Ambrogi, report to accompany S. 886 [for relief of 
Marino Ambrogi] ; submitted by Mr. Barbour. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 
1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 70, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Baker, George W. George W. Baker, report to accompany S. 1009 [for relief 
of George W. Baker] ; submitted by Mr. Barbour. Feb. 7, calendar day 
Feb. 11. 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 96, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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144 February 1935 

Barnes, Mrs. Ruth J. Ruth J. Barnes, report to accompany S. 920 [for relief 
of Ruth J. Barnes, widow of Joseph A. Barnes] ; submitted by Mr. Bachman. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 73, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Barrett, Miles T. Miles Thomas Barrett, report to accompany S. 546 [for 
relief of Miles Thomas Barrett] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbach. Feb. 6, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 42, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Beck, John W. John W. Beck, report to accompany S. 457 [for relief of John 
W. Beck] ; submitted by Mr. Barbour. Feb. 25, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 200, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Blair, Elmer. Elmer Blair, report to accompany S. 246 [for relief of Elmer 
Blair] ; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 8, 1935. 4 p. 
( S. rp. 74, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Burke, William. William Burke, report to accompany S. 733 [for relief of 
William Burke] ; submitted by Mr. Fletcher. Feb. 6, 1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 57, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Ca'binet ofjlcers. Burials in national cemeteries, report to accompany S. 1712 
[to amend sec. 4878, Revised statutes, as amended, relating to burials in 
national cemeteries, so as to authorize burial in any national cemetery of 
those members of the President's Cabinet who served Apr. 6, 1917-Nov. 11, 
1918] ; sul)mitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 15. calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 116, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oannichael, James W. James W. Carniichael, report to accompany S. 653 [for 
relief of James W. Carmichael] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 6, 1935. 
3 p. (S. rp. 60, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c. 

Collins, lAtman I. Lyman I. Collins, report to accompany S. 1427 [for relief 
of Lyman I. Collins] ; submitted by Mr. Dickinson. Feb. 14, 1935. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 111, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

Costello, Edicard T. Edward T. Costello, report to accompany S. 887 [for relief 
of Edward T. Costello] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 7, 1935. 4 p. 
(S. rp. 69, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Coyne. Thomas A. Thomas A. Coyne, report to accompany S. 1176 [for relief 
of Thomas A. Coyne] ; submitted by Mr. Austin. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 95, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, Mont., report to accompany S. 266 [for 
erection of public historical museum in Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, 
Mont., as memorial to George A. Custer and oflBcers and soldiers under his 
command at Battle of Little Bis: Horn River. June 25, 1876] ; submitted by 
Mr. Logan. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 98, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Darcy, James. James Darcy, alias James Hurley, report to accompany S. 1348 
[for relief of James Darcy, alias James Hurley] ; submitted by Mr. Black. 
Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 94, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Duval. Edmund P. E. P. Duval, report to accompany S. 674 [authorizing the 
President to order E. P. Duval before retiring board for hearing of his case, 
and upon findings of such board determine whether or not he be placed on 
retired list with rank and pay held by him at time of his resignation] ; 
submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 6, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 52, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Flanery, Earnj. Harry Flanery, report to accompany S. 651 [for relief of 
Harry Flanery] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 6, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 
59, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Floi/d, Charles C. Charles C. Floyd, report to accompany S. 274 [for relief of 
Charles C. Floyd] ; submitted by Mr. Bachman. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
63, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Gorman, Joseph. Joseph Gorman, report to accompany S. 888 [for relief of 
Joseph Gorman]; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 7, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 67, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Mr. 
Duffy of New York.] * Paper, 5c. 

Jlitz, Michael. Michael Ilitz, report to accompany S. 488 [for relief of Michael 
Ilitz] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Feb. 6, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 43, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Is1)ester, Judson B. Judsou B. Isbester, report to accompany S. 999 [for relief 
of Judson B. Isbester, alias James E. Dolan] ; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 
7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 105, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Jett, Curtis. Curtis Jett, report to accompany S. 243 [for relief of Curtis 
Jett] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 50, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jordan, James J. James J. Jordan, report to accompany S. 347 [for relief of 
James J. Jordan] ; submitted by Mr. Barbour. Feb. 6, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 
54, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Eliefoth, Alfred W. Alfred W. Kliefoth, report to accompany S. 547 [for relief 
of Alfred W. Kliefoth] ; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 4, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 
36, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Kroegel, Frank. Frank Kroegel, alias Francis Kroegel, report to accompany 
S. 51 [for relief of Frank Kroegel, alias Francis Kroegel] ; submitted by 
Mr. Logan. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 195, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lloyd, Mrs. Sarah. Sarah Lloyd, report to accompany S. 567 [for relief of 
Sarah Lloyd]; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 51, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Marquardt, Albert A. Albert A. Marquardt, report to accompany S. 889 [for 
relief of Albert A. Marquardt] ; submitted by Mr. Carey. Feb. 7, 1935. 12 p. 
(S. rp. 68, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Martin, Claude C. Claude C. Martin, report to accompany S. 1094 [for relief 
of Claude C. Martin] ; submitted by Mr. Dickinson. Feb. 14, 1935. 3 p. 
( S. rp. 110, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Masters, Robert E. Robert E. Masters, report to accompany S. 1266 [for relief 
of Robert E. Masters] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 
11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 97, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Midland Valley Railroad. Fort Smith National Cemetery reservation, Ark., 
report to accompany S. 634 [to authorize sale of portion of Fort Smith 
National Cemetery reservation, Ark., to Midland Valley Railroad Company] ; 
submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 6, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 58, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Moran, Michael J. Michael J. Moran, report to accompany S. 890 [for relief 
of Michael J. Moran, alias James Moran] ; submitted by Mr. Cutting. Feb. 7, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 65, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Motor vehicles. Amend War Department appropriation act [fiscal year 1935] 
relative to operation of motor-propelled vehicles, report to accompany S. 1300 ; 
submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 106, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mulcahey, Patrick J. Patrick J. Mulcahey, report to accompany S. 56 [for relief 
of Patrick J. Mulcahey] ; submitted by Mr. Carey. Feb. 4, 1935. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 39, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Munn, Fred M. Fred M. Munn, report to accompany S. 417 [for relief of 
Fred M. Munn] ; submitted by Mr. Minton. Feb. 6, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 44, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oflicers, Army. Relief of certain disbursing oflScers of Army, report to accom- 
pany S. 1302 ; submitted by Mr. Cutting. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 
3 p. (S. rp. 103, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Officers, Army — Continued. 

To promote eflSciency of national defen^^e [by revision of Army's promo- 
tion system, etc.], hearing before subcommittee, 74 tb Congress, 1st session, 
on S. 1404. Feb. 9, 1935. 1935. ii-1-22 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.M 59/2 : D 36/6. 

To promote efficiency of national defense [by revision of Army's promo- 
tion system, etc.], report to accompany S. 1404; submitted by Mr. Coolidge.. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 18, 1935. 11 p. (S. rp. 115, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Olympic games. Eleventh Olympic games, report to accompany S. 1803 [ta 
authorize Secretary of War to pay expenses incident to training, attendance^ 
and participation of equestrian and modern pentathlon teams in 11th 
Olympic games] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 119, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oregon University. Coos Head river and harbor reservation, report to accom- 
pany S. 978 [to convey to University of Oregon lauds forming part of Coos 
Head river and harbor reservation] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 210, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Perry, Hector H. Hector H. Perry, report to accompany S. 891 [for relief of 
Hector H, Perry] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 7, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 66, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Pierce, Isaac. Isaac Pierce, report to accompany S. 633 [for relief of Isaac 
Pierce]; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 53, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Reaves, Harry L. Harry L. Reaves, report to accompany S. 1390 [for relief 
of Harry L. Reaves] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Feb. 14, 1935. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 113, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Army. Amend sec. 47c, national defense 
act, as amended, relating to military training required to enable members 
of Reserve Officers Training Corps to receive commutation of subsistence, re- 
port to accompany S. 1304 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Feb. 7, calen- 
dar day Feb. 11, 1935. i: p. ( S. rp. 99, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Retired list, Army. War-time rank for retired officers of Army, report to ac- 
company S. 927 [to amend act to give war-time rank to retired officers and 
former officers of Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and/or Coast Guard, so as to- 
give class B officers of Army benefits of such act] ; submitted by Mr. Carey. 
Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 117, 74th Coug. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Russian Raihoay Service Corps, report to accompany S. 1095 [for relief of 
officers of Russian Railway Service Corps organized by War Department under 
authority of President of United States for service during War vplth Germany] ; 
submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Feb. 4, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 38, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Salleng, Thomas. Thomas Salleng, report to accompany S. 244 [for relief of 
Thomas Salleng] ; submitted by ]Mr. Bachman. Feb. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
62, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Bhepardson, Harold S. Harold S. Shepardson, report to accompany S. 652 
[for relief of Harold S. Shepardson] ; submitted by ^Ir. Thomas of Utah. 
Feb. 25, 1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 209, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Smith, Robert J. Robert J. Smith, alias William McClocklin, report to accom- 
pany S. 1347 [for relief of Robert J. Smith, alias William McClocklin 
(McGlocklin)] ; submitted by Mr. Dickinson. Feb. 14, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 
112, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia. To provide for maintenance of United 

States Soldiers' Home, report to accompany S. 1301; submitted by Mr. 

Sheppard. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 101, 74th Cong. 

1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
Southern, Benjamin H. Benjamin H. Southern, report to accompany S. 823 

[for relief of Benjamin H. Southern] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. 

Feb. 4, 1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 37, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Sullivan, Patrich J. Patrick J. Sullivan, report to accompany S. 893 [for 
relief of Patrick J. Sullivan] : submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Feb. 7, calendar 
day Feb. 11, 1935. 3 p. ( S. rp. 102, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Taylor, Charlotte. Bequest of Charlotte Taylor to Walter Reed Hospital, report 
to accompany S. J. Res. 24 [to authorize acceptance on behalf of United 
States of bequest of Charlotte Taylor for benefit of Walter Reed General 
Hospital] ; submitted by Mr. Fletchei-. Feb. 4, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 35, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Thomas, Joseph M. Joseph ;m. Thomas, alias Joseph Thomas, alias Thomas 
O'Donnell, report to accompany S. 746 [for relief of Joseph M. Thomas, alias 
Joseph Thomas, alias Thomas O'Donnell] ; submitted by Mr. Cutting. Feb. 
6, 1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 61, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Wilder, Robert H. Robert H. Wilder, report to accompany S. 894 [for relief 
of Robert H. Wilder] : submitted by Mr. Logan. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 19, 1934 [1935]. 4 p. (S. rp. 122, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

York, Alvin C. Alvin C. York, report to accompany S. 871 [authorizing Presi- 
dent of United States to appoint Alvin C. York as major in Army and then 
place him on retired list] ; submitted by Mr. Bachman. Feb. 6, 1935. 10 p. 
( S. rp. 64, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26144 

Zinsser d Co., report to accompany S. 732 [for relief of Zinsser and Company] ; 
submitted by Mr. Duffy. Feb. 7, calendar day Feb. 11, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 
104, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Mr. 
Duffy of New York.] * Paper, 5c. 

MUNITIONS INDUSTRY, SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING, SENATE 

\Munitions industry, hearings, 73d Congress, pursuant to S. Res. 206, to make 
certain investigations concerning manufacture and sale of arms and other 
war munitions, Sept. 17 [-21], 1934. 1934-35. pts. 6-8, [xi] +1415-20SO 
p. il. 1 pi. [Part 6 relates to the Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co. and the United 
Aircraft Exports, Inc., pt. 7 to the Federal Laboratories, Inc.. and pt. 8 to 
the Lake Erie Chemical Co. and the U. S. Ordnance Engineers, Inc.] * Paper, 
pts. 6 and 8, each 15c. ; * pt. 7, 20c. Y 4.M 92 : H 35/pt. 6-8 

NAVAL AFFAIES COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Balbo, Italo. Authorizing the President to present Distinguished Flying Cross 
to Italo Balbo and Aldo Pellegrini, of Royal Italian Air Force, report to ac- 
company S. 1605 ; submitted by Mr. Davis. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 
1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 123, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. LegislatiA'e calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Feb. 5, 1935 ; no. 2. 
1935. 12 p. large 8° $ Y 4.N 22/2 : 74/2 

Casey, Edgar J. Edgar Joseph Casey, report to accompany S. 876 [for relief 
of Edgar Joseph Casey] ; submitted lay Mr. Trammell. Feb. 15, calendar day 
Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 127, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Foy, James. James Foy, report to accompany S. 271 [for relief of James Foy] ; 
submitted by Mr. Hale. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 
134, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Funcannon, Ray. Ray Funcannon, report to accompany S. 878 [for relief of 
Ray Funcannon] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 120, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Healy, Denis. Denis Healy, report to accompany S. 879 [for relief of Denis 
Healy] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Feb. 15. calendar day Feb. 19. 1935. 1 p. 
(&. rp. 121, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Surgeons' retirement, report to accompany S. 883 [directing retirement of acting 
assistant surgeons of Navy at age of 64 years] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Feb. 
15. calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 150, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

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148 February 1935 

Williams, John G. John Carmichael Williams, report to accompany S. 1082 [for 
reinstatement of John Carmichael Williams in Navy] ; submitted by Mr. Rus- 
sell. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 118, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PtJBLIO BUELDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Capitol. To provide for extension and completion of Capitol, hearing before sub- 
committee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on S. 190 and S. 1129, Jan. 22, 1935. 
1935. ii+23 p. il. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.P 96/7 : C 17/2 

TEKBITOEIES AND INStlXAK ABTAIBS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, calendar of bills, resolutions, and nominations 
referred to Committee on Territories and Insular Affairs for its consideration 
and action thereon. Jan. 24, 1935; no. 1, 74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. 
4 p. 4" $ Y 4.T 27/2 : 74/1 

USELESS EXECUTIVE PAPERS, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON 
DISPOSITION OF 

Oovernment Printing Office. Disposition of useless papers in Government Print- 
ing Office, report ; submitted by Mr. Colden. Feb. 6, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 72, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Post Office Department. Disposition of useless papers in Post Office Department, 
report ; submitted by Mr. Colden. Feb. 12, 1935. 10 p. (H. rp. 121, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

COURT OF CLAIMS 

Am,igo Coal Company v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. L-210, 4 p. J 

Ju 3.9/a : Am 53 

Beegle. First National Bank of Beaver Falls, administrator d. b. n. c. t. a. of 
Frederick N. Beegle, v. United States ; memorandum on motion for leave to 
file 2d motion for new trial, decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. K-149, 2 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : B 392/5 

Binckley. George Sydney Binckley, Tracy Chatfield Becker, and Raymond Ives 
Blakeslee v. United States; report of commissioner. [1935.] no. K^94. p. 
11-25,11. t Ju 3.8 :B 51/2 

Brewerton Coal Company. W. A. Brewerton and Louis Clements, receivers for 
Brewerton Coal Company, v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclu- 
sion of law, and opinion of court], decider" Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] [no.] 
M-333, 8 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : B 758 

Brewster. Elisabeth B. Brewster v. United States ; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 
42026, 4 p. t Ju 3.9/a : B 758/2 

Cases. Cases decided in Court of Claims, May 30, 1933-Mar. 4, 1934, with ab- 
stract of decisions of Supreme Court in Court of Claims cases ; reported by 
Charles F. Kincheloe. 1934. v. 78, xxii+879 p. il. * Cloth, $1.75. 
L. C. card 11-11998 Ju 3.9 : 78 

March calendar, 1935. 1935. 13 p. [Part of the pages are blank.] % 

L. C. card 29-16270 Ju 3.5 : 935/3 

Chicago Engineers' CluT) v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 42044, 5 p. % 

Ju 3.9/a : C 432/14 

Chippewa Indians of Minnesota v. United States, Red Lake band of Chippewa 
Indians of Minnesota, interveners; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, 
and opinion of court], decided Jan, 14, 1935. [1935.] no. H-76, 55 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : C 444 

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Choctaw Nation v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, 
and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. H-37, 22 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : C 451/2 

Columbian National Fire Insurance Company, Michigan corporation, v. United 
States; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion of court], 
decided Feb. 4, 19S5. [1935.] no. 42123, 13 p. % Ju 3.9/a : C 723/8 

Columbus Blank Book Manufacturing Company v. United States; report of com- 
missioner. [1935.] no. 42446, p. 11-14. t Ju 3.8 :C 723/6 

Dungan, Hood, & Co., Inc., v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] [no.] M-116, 
7 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : D 918 

Everett Mills, a corporation, v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclu- 
sion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 42083, 
7 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : Ev 27 

Ford Motor Company v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] [no.] M-2, 22 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : F 757/2 

Giant Furniture Company, body duly incorporated under laws of North Carolina, 
V. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion of 
court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 42070, 7 p. t Ju 3.9/a : G 348 

Greene. Industrial Trust Company and Orland S. Greene, executors of William 
M. Greene, v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclu.sion of law, and 
opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 42514, 10 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : G 836 

Haryrave. W. W. Hargrave v. United States ; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 42355, 
4 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : H 223 

Heritage. Arthur M. Heritage t'. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[193.5.] no. 42312, p. 7-8. } Ju 3.8 : H 425 

Indian Motocycle Company v. United States ; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 
K-280, 5 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : In 2/3 

Joikins. Safe Deposit & Trust Co. of Baltimore, M. Ernest Jenkins, and T. 
Courtenay Jenkins, administrators of Joseph W. Jenkins, jr., v. United States; 
special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion of court], decided 
Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. M-395, 3 p. [Manuscript correction has been made 
on p. 3.] t Ju 3.9/a : J 417 

KJotz. Georges Klotz and Henri Klotz v. United States ; special findings of facts 
[conclusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 
M-212, 10 p. I Ju 3.9/a :K 699 

Leonard. Lawrence C. Leonard v. United States; opinion on motion for new 
trial, decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 41877, 3 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : L 55/23 

Leopold. Mary M. Leopold, admx. of Harry G. Leopold, v. United States ; special 
findings of fact [conclusion of law, and memorandum], decided Feb. 4, 1935. 
[1935.] no. 41933, 2 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : L 555 

Libby.' McNeill & Libby v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion of court], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. J-225, 12 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : L 614 

Lonr/. R. H.. Company. R. H. Long Company v. United States; report of com- 
missioner. [193.5.] no. M-425, p. 43-48. $ Ju 3.8 : L 853 

Marlin-RockweU Corporation v. United States; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 
E-222, 12 p. t Ju 3.9/a : M 344 

New Jersey Worsted Mills v. United States, on defendant's motion to dismiss ; 
[per curiam order] decided Feb. 4, 1935. 1935. no. 42130. 1 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : N 42 j/2 

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O'Leary. John F. L. O'Leary v. United States ; report of commissiouer. [1935.] 
no. 41921, p. 19-21. % Ju 3.8 : 01 2 

Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company v. United States; special finding of fact 
[conclusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan, 14, 1935. [1935.] 
no. L-4S7, 12 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : P 611 

Sexton. Ralph E. Sexton v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1935.] 
no. 41980, p. 29-34. % Ju 3.8 : Se 91 

Sloss-Sheflield Steel d Iron Co. v. United States ; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] no. 
41937, 11 p. t Ju 3.9/a : SI 55 

Stephenson. Harry W. Stephenson v. United States; report of commissioner. 
1935. no. 42608, p. 5. t Ju 3.8 : St 45 

Trimount Dredging Company v. United States; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion of court], decided Jan. 1935. [1935.] no. 42308, 
14 p. t Ju 3.9/a : T 736 

Walters. H. F. Walters v. United States; report of commissioner. [1935.] 
no. 42645, p. 13-14. % Ju 3.8 : W 171 

Whiting. Charles J. Whiting v. United States; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and memorandum], decided Feb. 4, 1935. [1935.] no. 42534, 
3 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : W 589 

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Books. Customs appeal no. 3863, United States v. University of Chicago Press, 
transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1935.] cover title, 
i+23 p. t Ju 7.6 : Un 3/3 

■ Customs appeal no. 3864, United States v. University of Chicago Press, 

transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1935.] cover title, 
i-fl7 p. t Ju7.6:Un3/4 

Paintings. Customs appeal no. 3867, United States v. International Harvester 
Company, transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1935.] 
cover title, i+35 p. t Ju 7.6 : In 8/10 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

United States Court of Appeals. No. 610, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, 
Washington Railway and Electric Company v. Melvin C. Hazen, George E. 
Allen, and John C. Gotwnls, commissioners of District of Columbia, District 
of Columbia, a municipal corporation, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for respond- 
ents, Melvin C. Hazen. George E. Allen, and John C. Gotwals, commissioners 
of District of Columbia, District of Columbia, a municipal corporation, 
[1935.] cover title, ii +22 p. J DC 9.5 : W 279/4 

Transcript of record, Apr. term, 1934, no. 6305, Edgar C. Snyder [United 

States marshal for District of Columbia] and Indemnity Insurance Company 
of North America vs. Charles Levine, Inc., in error to Municipal Court of 
District of Columbia. [1935.] cover title, i +9 p. t DC 9.5 : In 2 



EMERGENCY CONSERVATION WORK 

Report. 3d report of director of emergency conservation work, Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 
1934 (with certain data, Apr. 5. 1933-Sept. 30, 1934). [1935.] iii+48 p. il. 
4° [Mimeographed and rotaprinted. Some of the pages are numbered on 
one side only.] f 
L. C. card 34-26283 Y 3.Em 3 : 1/933-34^2 

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FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

Agricultural a-edit through F. C. A. in 1934. [1935.] [6] p. il. narrow 8° t 

FCA 1.2 : C 86/3 

Banks and banking. Statements of condition of Federal land banks, Federal 
intermediate credit banks, compiled from reports of banks as of Dec. 31, 1934. 
1935. 27 p. 4° t 
L. C. card 28-26383 FCA 1.7 : 934/3 

Farm debts. Helping farmer pay his debts. Feb. 1935. 16 p. il. narrow 8° 
(Circular 12.) f FCA 1.4 : 12 

FEDERAL AVIATION COMMISSION 

Aeronautics. Federal Aviation Commission, message from the President 
transmitting report of Federal Aviation Commission containing its recom- 
mendations of broad policy covering all phases of aviation and relation of 
United States thereto. 1935. vi+254 p. (S. doc. 15, 74fh Cong. 1st sess.) 
[Title on cover is : Report of Federal Aviation Commission, Jan. 1935.1 

* Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 35-26054 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Note. — The Federal Communications Commission was establislied under the provisions 
of S. 3285, 73d Congress (Public 416, approved June 19, 1934), an act for regulation of 
interstate and foreign communication by wire or radio. The act also abolished the 
Federal Radio Commission, transferring its functions to the newly created Federal 
Communications Commission. 

Communications. Recommendations of 3 proposed amendments to communica- 
tions act of 1934. Jan. 21, 1935. 12 p. (H. doc. 83, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26160 

Wren, Jenny, Company. No. 6385, in United States Court of Appeals for Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, Eugene O. Sykes [et al.], as Federal Com- 
munications Commission, v. Jenny Wren Company, appeal from Supreme 
Court of District of Columbia; brief of appellants. [1935.] cover title, ii-j- 
20 p. t CC1.9:W926 

FEDERAL COORDINATOR OF TRANSPORTATION 

Transportation. Report of Federal Coordinator of Transportation, 1934, letter 
from chairman of Interstate Commerce Commission transmitting report of 
Federal Cooi'dinator of Transportation on transportation legislation. 1935. 
ix+245 p. il. (H. doc. 89, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 35-26111 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC 

WORKS 

Mississli)pl Valley Committee. Report of Mississippi Valley Committee tf 
Public Works Administration, submitted Oct. 1, 1934, to Harold L. Ickes, 
administrator. 1934. [5] +234 p. il. 6 pi. 13 maps, 4° [A previous print of 
this publication was issued in Dec. 1934 omitting 8 of the 13 maps here 
included.] * Cloth. $1.50. 

L. C. card 34-28278 Y 3.F 31/4 : 2 M 69 i 

Note. — A map sliowing the distribution of the fields of operation of leading electric 
power groups was printed by courtesy of the copyright owners only in a few copies of 
this report circulated for official purposes. The map could not be included in the gener- 
ally distributed copies of this report. 

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152 February 1935 

NATIONAL PLANNING BOARD 

Note. — The National Plannins Board, established by the Secretary of the Interior 
on July 20, 1933, was abolished by Executive order 6777 of June 30, 1934, and its 
powers, duties, etc., were transferred to the National Resource.s Board, which was 
established by the same Executive order. The report listed below covers the period 
during which the board was in existence. 

Report. National Plannin.ir Board. Federal Emeisenc.v Administration of Pub- 
lic Works, final report, 1933-34 ; members of boanl, Frederic A. Delano, chaii-- 
man, Charles E. Merriam, Wesle.v C. Mitchell. 1934 [reprint with changes]. 
vii + 123 p. il. 4° [Contents and index have been added in this print.] 
* Paper. 25c. 
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FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION 

Tlie iirojcct for Jan. [1931. v. IJ ; i.'^suetl b.v Work Division, Transient Division, 
Educational Division of FERA. and Federal Surplus Relief Corporation. 
[Citizens" Service Exchange. Richmond, Va., 19;i5.] 51 p. il. large 8° 
I Monthly.] t Y 3.F 31/5 : 13/1-1 

Report. Monthly rei»ort of Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Nov. 
1-30, 1934; Harry L. Hopkins, Federal emergency relief administrator. 1935. 
iv+68 p. il. t 
L. C. card 33-26W5 Y 3.F 31/5 : 8/934-11 

Wor/icr.s" education. Concerning workers' education, v. 1, no. 5, Oct.-Nov. 
1934: [prepared in) Division of Emergency Educational Programs. [1934.] 
1314-14 p. 4° [Reproduced by multilith process. Numbers 1-4 were issued 
in mimeoirrai»hed form only and were not entered in this catalog.] t 

Y3.F 31/5: 12/1-5 

Same, v. 1. nu. G, D c.-Jan. 1934-5; [prepared in | Division of Emergency 

Educational Programs. [1935.] cover title, |3]4-48 p. il. 4° [Reproduced 
by multilith itroces.-^.l t Y 3.F 31/5 : 12/1-6 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

Federal home loan bank nrieir. v. 1. no. 5; Feb. 1935. [1935.] cover title, 
[2] +143-187 p. il. 4" I Map on p. 3 of cover.] ♦Paper, 10c. single coi)y, 
$1.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40, 

L. C. card 34-2810.3 Y 3.F 31/3 : 9/1-5 

Note. — The Federal home loan liaiik review is the board's medium of communication 
with member institutions of Federal home loan liank system and Is the only official 
orf;an or periodical publication of the board. The Review will be sent to all mem- 
ber institutions without charge. Others d( siring copies may obtain them from the 
SuperinteTident of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Reeonditionincj. Technic for handling reconditioning loans. [1935.] p. 155- 
102, 4" [From Federal home loan bank review. Feb. 1935.] f 

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FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Better Jiotu^inff. v. 1, no. l."i and 16; Feb. 6 and 14, 1985. [1935.] Each 8 p. 
il. large S" and f" ( FHA 156 and 161.) [Weekly.] f 
L. C. card 35-26089 Y 3.F 31/11 : 9/1-15 to 1-16 

Better Housinfi Pror/ram. How owners of homes & business property can 
secure benefit of national housing act. Better Housing Program, sponsored 
by the Government, enables proi>erty owners to finance repairs & improve- 
ments at low cost. [RevLsed edition.] n. p, [1934], 24 p. il. ([F. H. A. 
101 (G)-9-34.]) [Includes list of Government pamiihlets relating to repairs, 
alterations, and improvements.] t Y 3,F 31/11 : 2 Ow 4/934-3 

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Better Housing Program — Continued. 

■ Property owners may finance improvements now at low cost, no down 

payment, monthly installments to suit your income, check list [for making 
notations of improvements needed, etc.]. n. p. [1935]. 30+ [1] p. il. (FHA 
lOlX, revised 1-1-35.) [Includes list of Government pamphlets relating to 
repairs, alterations, and improvements.] t Y3.F 31/11 : 2 Ow 4/2^935 

What a manufacturer can do to further successful operation of Better 

Housing Program, n. p. [1935]. 1 p. 4* (FHA 128.) t 

Y3.F 31/11 : 2 M 31/4 

Farms. Answers to your questions on farm property improvements. [1935.] 
[G] p. il. narrow 16° (FHA 159.) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 F 22/2 

Financial institutions. Approved financial institutions prepared to extend credit 
to property owners for improvements to I'eal property under modernization 
credit plan (listing complete as of Oct. 3, 1934). [1934.] 271 p. narrow 8° 
([FHA 116 (4) reprinted 10-3-34.]) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 F 49/rev.-3 

Same (listing complete as of Dec. 10, 1934). [1934.] 217 p. (Form 

FHE 41. ) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 F 49/rev.-4 

Homes. Don't let winter stop you, repair, alter. & improve your home now ! 
[1935.] [4] p. il. narrow 24" (FHA 155.) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 H 75/2 

Same [poster], n. p. [1935]. 20X14 in. (FHA 219.) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 8/219 

27 answers to your questions on home ownership under insured mortgage 

plan- of Federal Housing Administration. [1935.] [4] p. 4° (FHA form 
2065.) t 

L. C. card 35-26162 Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 H 75/3 

Morlernizatio^i credits. Financing plan to repair and modernize your property 
[14 answers to your questions about modernization credits]. [1934.] [4] p. 
narrow 12" ([Form FHE 8-(rev.) 11-22-34.]) t 

Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 F 49/2/rev.-2 

Growing momentum of modernization credit, symposium of various ad- 
dresses made between Nov. 1 and Dec. 14, 1934, by Roger StefCan, at that time 
director of modernization credits, Federal Housing Administration. [1935.] 
8 p. 4° ( Form FHE 47. ) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 10 St 3/2 

Mortgages. Illustrative case, page one [of] mortgagor's application for loan, 
describing use of amortization table, iiroration of insurance, proration of 
interest, factors, monthlv service charge, under title 2 of national housing 
act. Feb. 1, 1935. 19 p. "il. 4° (FHA form 2042.) t Y 3.F 31/11 : 2 L 78/10 

Report. 1st annual report of Federal Housing Administration [for period com- 
mencing June 27 and ending Dec. 31, 1934]. 1935. v+2S p. il. (H. doc. 88, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oe. 
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FEDERAL POWER COMMISSIOlSr 

Electric Rate Survey, preliminary report, domestic and residential rates in effect 
Jan. 1. 1935, cities of 50,000 population and over. [1935.] cover title, leaves 
2-73, il. cblong 8° (Rate series 1.) * Paper, 3oc. 
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FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION 

See Federal Communications Commission, p. 151. 
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154 February 1935 

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 

Federal reserve bulletin, Feb. 1935; [v. 21, no. 2]. 1935. iv+69-140 p. il. 4" 
[Monthly.] f Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.60. 
L. C. card 15-26318 FR 1.3/1 : 21/2 

Note. — The bulletin contains, in addition to the regular official announcements, the 
national review of business conditions, detailed analyses of business conditions, research 
studies, reviews of foreign banking, and complete statistics showing the condition of 
Federal reserve banks and meml>er banks. It will be sent to all member banks without 
charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Federal Reserve Board, 
Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Federal reserve member banks. Federal reserve interdistrict collection system, 
February supplement to Jan. 1935 list ; Feb. 1, 1935. 1935. [1] +2 p. 4" t 
L. C. card 16-26870 FR 1.9 : 935/1/supp. 1 

Monetary problems of recovery, address of Marriner S. Eccles, governor of Fed- 
eral Reserve Board, before annual midwinter meeting of Ohio Bankers Associa- 
tion, Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 12, 1935. 1935. [1]+10 p. 4° [Printed in Con- 
gressional record, Feb. 14, 1935, by request of Duncan U. Fletcher of 
Florida.] t 
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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — The bound volumes of the Federal Trade Commission decisions are sold by the 
Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C. Separate opinions are sold on subscrip- 
tion, price $1.00 per volume; foreign subscription, $1.50; single copies, 5c. 

Adams Paint Compani/. In matter of Adams Paint Company, complamt and 
order: doi-ket 1961. coniphiinr, .Tune IS. 1931. order, Apr. 24, 1934. [1934.] 
p. 7-17. ( [Decision] 994.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. 

FTl.ll/a2:994 

Ambcr-Ita. In matter of Ward J. Miller, trading as Amber-Ita. complaint [re- 
port] findings, and order: docket 2103. complaint, Mav 4. 1933, decision. June 
12, 1934. [1935.] p. 57-73. ([Decision] 1002.) [From F. T. C. decisions, 
v. 19.] ♦ Paper, 5c. FT 1.11 /a 2 : 1002 

American College. In matter of American College. American University, Denton 
N. Higbe, individually and as president of American College and as president 
of American University, complaint [report] findings, and order; docket 2034. 
complaint. May 13. 1932. decision, Oct. 10, 1933. 1934. [1] +92-107-1 p. ([De- 
cision] 956.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 18.] * Pai^er, 5c. FT 1.11/a 2 : 956 

California Alfalfa Products Company. In matter of California Alfalfa Proilucts 
Company, complaint and order ; docket 2067. complaint, Oct. 15, 1932, order, 
June 12. 1934. [1935.] p. 53-56. ( [Decision] 1001.) [From F. T. C. decisions, 
v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FT 1.11/a 2 : 1001 

Chain stores, final report on chain-store investigation, letter transmitting, in 
response to Senate resolution 224. 70th Congress, final report of Federal Trade 
Commission of its investigation of chain-store industry ; filed with secretary 
of Senate, Dec. 14, 1934. 1935. vi + 110 p. (S. doc. 4, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, lOc. 
L. C. card 35-26140 

Civil Service Training Bureau, Incorporated. No. — , in circuit court of api)ealg 
for 6th circuit, Oct. term, 1934, Federal Trade Commission v. Civil Service 
Training Bureau, Inc. ; application for enforcement of order of Federal Trade 
Commission. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. % FT 1.5 :C 499 

• Same, on application for enforcement of order of Federal Trade Commis- 
sion ; transcript of I'ecord, pt. 1, pleadings and testimony. [1935.] cover title, 
ii-f 341 p. 1 facsim. 12 p. of facsim. t FT 1.5 : C 499/2 

Currier's Tablets, Incorporated. In matter of Currier's Tablets, Inc., com- 
plaint (synopsis) [report] findings, and order; docket 2095. complaint. Mar. 
14. 1933, decision, June 26, 1934. [1935.] p. 119-127. ([Decision] 1008.) 
[From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FT l.ll/a2: 1008 

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Decisions. Table of commodities in v. 18 [of Federal Trade Commission deci- 
sions]. [1934.] 3 p. t FT 1.11/al : IS/com. 

Drew Corporation. In matter of Drew Corporation, complaint and order; 
docket 2180, complaint. May 10, 1934, order, June 5, 1934. 1935. [l]+50- 
52 p. ([Decision] 1000.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. 

FT l.ll/a2 : 1000 

Hughes, E. Griffiths, Incorporated. No. 12926, in circuit court of appeals for 
2d circuit, Oct. term, 1934. E. Griffiths Hughes, Inc., v. Federal Trade Com- 
mission ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+61 p. large 8° t 

FT 1.5 : H 874/2 

Ironized Yeast Company. In matter of J. G. Dodson and Mrs. C. M. Dodson, 
trading under name and style of Ironized Yeast Co., complaint (synopsis) 
[report] findings, and order; docket 1972, complaint. Jan. 19, 1933, decision, 
June 27, 1934. 1935. [1] -{-128-139-2 p. ( [Decision] 1009. ) [From F. T. C. 
decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. FT l.ll/a2 : 1009 

Lee, George E., Company. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for Sth circuit, 
Nov. term, 1934, Federal Trade Commission v. George H. Lee Company, on 
application for enforcement of order of Federal Trade Commission ; brief 
for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+ 13 p. t FT 1.5 : L .512/2 

Public utilities. Utility corporations, letters transmitting, in response to Sen- 
ate resolution 83 [70th Congress] monthly report on electric power and gas 
utilities inquiry, with exhibits in response to Senate resolution 112 [71st 
Congress] ; filed with secretary of Senate, May 18, 1934. 1934. no. 65, 
xv-l-567 p. (S. doc. 92, pt. 65, 70th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 60c. 
L. C. card 28-26408 

Same, monthly report on electric power and gas utilities inquiry ; filed 

with secretary of Senate, June 15, 1934. 1934. no. 66, x-f 1313 p. 2 pi. map. 
( S. doc. 92, pt. 66, 70th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, $1.50. 

Same, monthly report on electric power and gas utilities inquiry ; filed 

with secretary of Senate, Nov. 15, 1934. 1935. no. 71, ix+186 p. (S. doc. 
92, pt. 71, 70th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 1.5c. 

Spicer, Charles R., Company, Incorporated. In matter of Chaiies R. Spicer 
Company, Inc., complaint (synopsis) [report] findings, and order; docket 
2089, complaint, Feb. 3, 1933, decision, June 26, 1934. [1935.] p. 107-118. 
([Decision] 1007.) [From F. T. C. decisions, v. 19.] * Paper, 5c. 

FT l.ll/a2 : 10O7 

Textiles. Report of Federal Trade Commission on textile industries: pt. 1, 
Investment and profit. Dec. 31, 1934, [published] 1935. v+26 p. [The 1st 
print of this publication was recalled as there were omissions or errors in 
the footnote on p. 10, table 2 on p. 11, and certain text matter on p. 13. 
These have been corrected and new pages printed and substituted for the 
original pages.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26099 FT 1.2 : T 31/pt.l 

Same : pt. 3. Woolen and worsted textile industry. Jan. 1935. vi+21 p. 

* Paper, 5c. FT 1.2 : T 31/pt.3 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions of comptroller general, v. 14, Dec. 19.34, with index-digest, Oct.-Dec. 

1934 ; J. R. McCarl, comptroller general, R. N. Elliott, assistant comptroller 

general. 1935. [1] +427-501 -fxxix p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 

- $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 

L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 14/6 

Vermont. Claim of Vermont for expenditures made during War of 1812-15, 
letter transmitting, in response to Senate resolution 224, 73d Congress, cer- 
tain information relative to claim of Vermont with respect to advances and 
expenditures made for military purposes during War of 1812-15, with Great 
Britain. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 9 p. (S. do». 23, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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156 February 1935 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

Buildings. Letter from Public Printer submitting report on condition of build- 
ings housing Government Printing Office. 1935. 42 p. il. 4° ( H. doe. 90, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 35-26127 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Congress. Proceedings of Congress, Annals of Congress, Register of debates. 
Congressional globe, Congressional record, list of publications for sale by 
superintendent of documents. Nov. 1934. iv+14-f[l] p. (Price list 49, 
20th edition.) t 
L. C. card 25-26728 GP 3.9 : 49/20 

Education, list of publications for sale by sui^erintendent of documents. Dec. 
1934, [published] 1935. [2]+47+[l] p. (Price list 31. 25th edition.) t 
L. C. card 26-26105 GP 3.9 : 31/25 

Monthly catalog. Index to Monthly catalog. United States public documents, 
nos. 463-474 ; July 1933^June 1934. 1985. [1] +1343-1552+ [1] p. * Paper, 
20c. single copy, included in price of Monthly catalog for subscribers. 

GP 3.8/1 : 934/1-12/ind. 
Note. — A volume title page for nos. 463-474 is included. 

Monthly catalog. United States public documents (with prices), no. 481; 

Jan. 1935. 1935. vi+1-90 p. * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 

subscription. $1.60. 

L. C. card 4-1808S GP 3.8/1 : 935/1 

Periodicals. Government periodicals, subscriptions are taken for these peri- 
odicals by superintendent of documents. Jan. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Price list 36, 
30th edition.) t 
L. C. card 26-26170 GP 3.9 : 36/30 

Political science, documents and debates relating to Government, lobbying, 
elections, prohibition, political parties, District of Columbia, list of publica- 
tions for sale by sui^erintendent of documents. Nov. 1934. [2] +42 p. 
(Price list ~A, 20th edition.) t 
L. C. card 25-26877 GP 3.9 : 54/20 

Weekly list of selectetl United States Government publications, Feb. 6-27, 1935. 
[1935.] Each 4 p. t 

L. C. card 2Jv-26554 GP 3.17 : 935/6-9 

Note. — The Weekly list is an .idvertising list of United States Government publica- 
tions for sale by the Superintendent of Documents. Some of the publications lor free 
distribution are also listed. The list is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with annota- 
tions and prices. It may be obtained free of charge upon application to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 



INTERIOR DEPARTMENT 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

Colleges and universities. Accredited higher institutions. 19.34; by Ella B. 
RatclifEe. 1934. vi+176 p. (Bulletin 16, 1934.) [Includes list of other 
Education Office publications relating to higher educational institutions.] 
* Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card E 26-332 1 16.3 : 934/16 

Institutions of higher education in Denmark [with bibliography] ; by 

Alina M. Lindegren. 1934. ix+126 p. il. (Bulletin 13, 1934.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card E 35-18 1 16.3 : 934/13 

• Privately controlled higher education in United States ; by Fred J. Kelly 

and Ella B. Ratcliffe. 1934. v+56 p. (Bulletin 12, 1934.) * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card E 35-15 1 16.3 : 934/12 

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February 1935 157 

Colleges and unwersities — Continued. 

■ Statistics of higher education, 1931-32, chapter 3 of Biennial survey of 

education in United States, 1930-32; [prepared by Emery M. Foster, Henry 
G. Badger, Frederick J. Kelly, and Walter J. Greeuleaf, assisted by Mar- 
garet J. S. Carr, Nathalie Leveque, Blanche K. Choate, and Maude Farr]. 
1935. vi4-401 p. (Bulletin 2, 1933.) [Advance pages from Biennial sur- 
vey.] * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card E 8-676 1 16.3 : 933/2/chap. 3 

Constitution of United States. About the Constitution, list of publications 
about this historical document ; [by] Margaret F. Ryan. 1935. 1 p. il. 4° 
[From School life, Dec. 1934.] t 1 16.26/la : C 766 

Forests and forestry. Analysis of special jobs in farm forestry, timber farming 
for profit, including woods management and tree planting of marginal, sub- 
marginal, and idle lands [with list of references on farm forestry ; by W. A. 
Ross, in cooperation with W. R. Mattoon]. June 1933 [reprint 1934]. vii+45 
p. ([Vocational education] bulletin 169; Agricultural series 44.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Forest Service, Agriculture Department. Includes 
lists of publications of Federal Board for Vocational Education relating to 
agricultural education.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card E 35-56 116.54/3:169 

Note. — The previous edition of this bulletin was issued by the Federal Board for 
Vocational Education prior to its transfer to the Interior Department as a part of 
the Education Office, and, although this reprint was issued since the transfer, the 
title page retains the form of the earlier edition. 

Hi(jh-scliool clubs [with bibliography] ; by Maris M. ProflStt. 1934. v+64 p. il. 
(Bulletin 18, 1934.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card E 35-23 1 16.3 : 934/18 

Hojiie economics. Bibliography of studies of home economics curriculum, 
1926-34 ; prepared by committee of home economics section of Association of 
Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. 1934, [published] 1935. vi+70 p. 
(Vocational education bulletin 179; Home economics series 17.) [Supple- 
ments bibliography of Studies of home economics curriculiun, compiled by 
Lila M. Welch and Mary Lingenfelter, and published in mimeographed form 
by Ohio State University in 1930.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. O. card E 35-19 1 16.54/3 : 179 

Occupations. Courses in occupational information [with bibliography] ; by 
Maris M. Proffitt. 1984. v-f47 p. (Bulletin 11, 1934.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card E 35-22 1 16.3 : 934/11 

Puerto Rico. Public education in Puerto Rico; by Katherine M. Cook. 1934. 

viii-f52+[l] p. il. ([Bulletin 5, 1934.]) * Paper, 15c. 
■ L. C. card E 35-17 116.3:934/5 

School life. School life, v. 19, Sept. 1933-June 1934 [title page and index]. 

1935. [l]-f7 p. 4° Included in price of School life for subscribers. 

L. C. card E 18-902 1 16.26/1 : 19/t.p.& ind. 

■ Same, Jan. 1935; v. 20, no. 5. [1935.] cover title, p. 97-120, il. 4° 

[Monthly except July and August. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, lOe. 
single copy, $1.00 a yr. (10 months) ; foreign subscription, $1.45. 

1 16.26/1 : 20/5 

Same, Feb. 1935; v. 20, no. 6. [1935.] cover title, p. 121-144, il. 4" 

[Montlily except July and August. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] 1 16.26/1 : 20/6 

Secondary education. Accredited secondary schools in United States ; by Mar- 
garet J. S. Carr. 1934. v + 127 p. (Bulletin 17, 1934.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card E 25-194 116.3:934/17 

Social conditions. Good references on curriculum and social change; compiled 
by Katherine M. Cook and Florence E. Reynolds. 1935. [2]-fl0 p. nar- 
row 8° (Bibliography 29.) t 
L. C. card E 35-21 1 16.46 : 29 

Good references on education and social change; compiled by Katherine 

M. Cook and Florence E. Reynolds. 1935. [2] 4-12 p. narrow 8° (Bibliog- 
raphy 28.) t 

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Teachers. Helps for teachers : Pictures, posters, bulletins, and other mate- 
rials available from non-commercial organizations ; revised compilation by 
Marv Dabney Davis. 1935. 1 p. f [From School life, Dec. 1934.] t 

I l(5.2G/la : T 22/3 

Work. Office of Education, duties, work, history, publications. 1935. ii+29 p. 
il. narrow 8° t 
L. C. card E 31^42 I 16.2 : Ed 8/14/935 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

NoTE.^ — The publications of the United States Geological Survey consist of Annual 
reports, Monographs, Professional papers, Bulletins, Water-supply papers, topographic 
maps (some of which bear descriptive texts), base and contour and other maps of the 
United States and of the States, folios of the Geologic atlas of the United States, and the 
World atlas of commercial geology (pt. 1, out of print). Practically all of them are sale 
publications; the exceptions are indicated by the dagger (f). The maps and folios and 
the World atlas of commercial geology, pt. '2, are sold by the Geological Survey at Wash- 
ington, D. C. Except as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed on any 
order for maps or folios that amounts to $5.00 at the retail price. This discount applies 
to an order for either maps or folios alone or for maps and folios together. Remittance 
for these publications should be made by money order payable to the Director of the 
Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. Orders for other publications that are for sale 
should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. For topographic 
maps see below. 

Miocene plants from Idaho; by Edward Wilber Berry. 1934. ii-f 97-125 p. il. 
6 p. of pi. 4° (Professional paper 185 E.) * Paper, lOc. I 19.10: 1S5-E 

PwftHcaYjOHs issued in Jan. 1935; list 323. [1935.] 2 p. [Monthly.] t 

1 19.14/4 : 323 

Somervell County, Tex. Artesian water in Somervell County, Tex. ; by Albert 
G. Fiedler. 1934. iv-fSG p. il. 3 pi. 4 maps. (Water-supply paper 660.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Texas State Board of Water Engineers and 
State Department of Health.] * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card GS 35-67 

Topographic maps 

Note. — The Geological Survey is making a series of topographic maps that will even- 
tually cover the whole United States, also Alaska and Hawaii. The individual maps are 
projected to represent quadrangle areas rather than political divisions, and each map is 
designated by the name of some prominent town or natural feature in the area mapped. 
The scales most commonly used are 1 : 31,680, 1 : 62,500, and 1 : 125.000, corresponding, 
approximately, to Vj mile, 1 mile, and 2 miles to 1 inch. The area covered differs with 
the latitude, but the average area is 5S, 2."0. or 020 square miles, respectively, for these 
three scales. Tojwgraphic maps are printed on uniform-sized paper, about 20 by 16% 
inches, and the maps of the quadrangle areas represented thereon are about 17% inches 
long and 12 to 15 inches wide, according to latitude. For some areas of particular 
importance special large-scale maps are published. A general description of topographic ' 
maps and a list of the symbols used are printed on the reverse of each sheet. 

About 46 percent of the area of the country, excluding Alaska, has been mapped, 
every State being represented. Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, 
Maryland. Massachusetts, New .Jersey, New York. Ohio. Rhode Island, and West Virginia 
are completely mapped. Twenty-four of the topographic maps covering areas in New 
Jersey are out of print, the Survey not reprinting the maps as the stocks become ex- 
hausted but referring applicants to the Department of Conservation and Development, at 
Trenton, which publishes maps on a larger scale. Maps of the regular size are sold by 
the Geological Survey at 10c. each. Except as otherwise Indicated, a discount of 40 
percent is allowed on "any order which amounts to $5.00 at the retail price. The discount 
is allowed on an order for either maps or folios alone, or for maps and folios together. 

California. California, Coal Oil Canyon quadrangle, lat. 35°-35°07'30", long. 
119''-119°07'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour intervals 5 and 25 ft. [Wash- 
ington, Geological Survey] edition of 1934. 17.3X14.2 in. [Map covers only 
a portion of the sheet, the actual measurement being 16.3X14.2 in.] 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 C 631/2 

California, Llano quadrangle, lat. 34°30'-34°36', long. 117°48'-117°54'. 

Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] 
edition of 1934. 18.2X15.1 in. f 10c. I19.12:4L77 

California, Pentland quadrangle, lat. 35°-35°07'30", long. IWIS'- 

119°22'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological 
Survey] edition of 1934. 17.2X14.2 in. [Map covers only a portion of the 
sheet, the actual measurement being 15.6X14.2 in.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 P 38/2 

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February 1935 159 

Calif orn ia — Continued. 

California, Sawtelle quadrangle, lat. 34°-34°06', long. 11S°24'-11S°30'. 

Scale 1 : 24,000, contour intervals 5 and 25 ft. [Washington, Geolo.cieal Sur- 
vey] edition of 1934. 18.2 X 15.2 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 Sa 96/2 

California, west of Tejon Hills quadrangle, lat. 35°-35°07'30", long. 

118°52'30"-119°. Scale 1:31.680, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geo- 
logical Survey ] edition of 1934. 17.2 X 14.2 in. [Map covers only a portion 
of the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 T 235/2 

Kentucky, Salt Lick quadrangle, lat. 38°-38°lo', long. 83°30'-83°45'. Scale 
1 : 62.500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] edition 
of 1934. 17.4 X 13.8 in. f 10c. 1 19.12 : 17 Sa 37 

Louisiana, Denham Springs quadrangle, lat. 30° 15 '-30° 30'. long. 90°45'-91°. 
Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] edi- 
tion of 1934. 17.5 X 15.2 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 18 D 414 

Maine. Maine, Nicatous Lake quadrangle, lat. 45°-45°15', long. 68°-6S°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington. Geological Survey] 
edition of 1934. 17.5 X 12.4 in. f 10c. 1 19.12 : 19 N 513 

Maine, Saponac quadrangle, lat. 45°--i5°15', long. 6S°15'-6S°30'. Scale 

1 : 62.500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington. Geological Survey] edition 
of 1934. 17.5 X 12.4 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 19 Sa 68 

Maine, Van Bui-en quadrangle, lat. 4T°— 17°15', long. 67°45'-68°. Scale 

1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] edition 
of 1934. 17.5 X 12 in. [Map covers only a portion of the sheet, the actual 
measurement being 15.4 X 10.1 in.] f 10c. 1 19.12 : 19 V 276 

Mississippi, Schlater quadrangle, lat. 33°30'-33°45', long. 90°15'-90°30'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] edition of 
1934. 17.4 X 14.6 in. 1 10c. 119.12 : 24 Sch 36 

Missoxiri, Sikeston quadrangle, lat. 36°45'-37°, long. 89°30'-89°45'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] edition 
of 1934. 17.5 X 14.1 in. f 10c. 1 19.12 : 25 Si 29 

NeiD York State. New York, Clifton quadrangle, lat. [42°59'30"-] 43°07'30", 
long. 77°45'-77°52'30". Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, 
Geological Survey] edition of 1934. 25 X 16.7 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 32 C 613 

New York. Hilton quadrangle, lat. 43°15'^3°22'30", long. 77°45'- 

77°52'30". Scale 1:24.000. contour interval 5 ft. [Washington. Geological 
Survey] edition of 1934. 22.8 X 16.6 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 32 H 569 

New York, Rush quadrangle, lat. 42°52'30"-43°, long. 77°37'30"-77°45'. 

Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 5 ft. [Washington, Geological Survey] 
edition of 1934. 22.8 X 16.7 in. [Map covers only a portion of the sheet, 
the actual measurement being 10.9 X 16.7 in.] f 10c. 1 19.12 : 32 R 895 

Washington, Mt. Rainier National Park, lat. [46°43'-] 47°, long. [121°27'-] 

121°55'. Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 100 ft. [Washington. Geological 

Survey] edition of 1934. 19 X 22.7 in. f 10c. 1 19.12 : 48 M 863/9 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Mount Rainier National Park [description] ; bj' F. E. 
Matthes. 

MINES BUREAU 

Adrasive matei-ials; by Oliver Bowles and A. E. Davis. 1934. [l]-f 889-906 

p. il. [From Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Ab 84/934 

Cement (detailed statistics) ; by B. W. Bagley. 1935. [1] +65-92 p. [From 

Statistical appendix to Minerals yearbook, 1934.] * Paper. 5c. 

I 28.37/a : C 332/934 
Chmmite; by Robert H. Ridgway. 1934. [1] +465-475 p. il. [From Minerals 

yearbook, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : C 468/934 

First aid in illness and injury. Manual of first-aid instruction. 1934. xviii+ 

221 p. il. 24° [Supersedes Manual of first-aid instruction for miners, 1921.] 

* Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 35-26192 I 28.16 : F 51/2/934 

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160 February 1935 

Gold. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Nevada (detailed statistics, mime 
report) ; by F. W. Horton and H. M. Gaylord. 1935. [1] +11-25 p. [From 
Statistical appendix to Minerals yearbook. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : G 563/e/9M 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Washington ; by C. N. Gerry and 

T H. Miller. 1934. [1] +287-298 p. [From INIinerals yearbook, 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : G 563/12/934 

Petroleum. Chemistry and refining of petroleum; by H. P. Ii«e and H. M. 
Smith. 1934. [1] +691-706 p. [From Minerals yearbook. 1934.] * Pitper, 5c. 

I 28.37/u : 1' 447/934 

Fluid-energy relations in production of i)etroU'um and natural gas; by 

R. A. Cattell and H. C. Fowler. 1934. [1] +707-721 p. | From Minerals year- 
book, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : P 447/2/934 

Puhlicatioiis. New publications, Bureau of Mines, monthly list 237; Jan. 31. 
1935. [19S5.] 4 p. t 128.5/2:237 

Supplement to List of publications. Bureau of Mines, July 1. 1933-June 30, 

1934, with subject index. 1934. ii+20 \). [The list of publications to which 
this is a supplement covers the period. 1910 to June 30. 19.32. Another supple- 
ment was issued cov(M-ing the iieriod Julv 1. 1932-June 30, 1933.] t 

I 28.5/1 : 933-34 

Sand and gravel (detailed statistics) ; by H. H. Hughes Jind M. Allan. 1935. 
[11+27-35 p. [From Statistical ap[)endix to Minerals yearbook, 1934.] 

* Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Sa 56/9:34 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

Hot Siyrings Xdtinnal Park. ArJc. regulatious covering bathhouses and their oper- 
ation, bath attendants, and Federal Registration Hoard. 15K35. [11+23 p. t 

I 29.9 : H 79/2/935 

REI'LAMATION Rl'REAU 

Boulder Dam. Automatic electric elevators for Boulder Dam and power i»lant, 
Boulder Canyon project, Ariz., Calif.. Nev. (Federal Emergency Administra- 
tion of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover title, .32 p. 6 pi. map, 4" 
(Specifications ()12. ) [Consists of schedule, specifications, and drawings for 
project, proposals to be received imtil Feb. 25, 19:35. ] t Paper, $1.(K). 

127.8:612 

Grand Coulee Dam. Garage and fire station at Government camp at Grand 
Coulee Dam, Columbia Basin project. Wash. (Federal Emergency Administra- 
ti(m of Public Works pi'oject). n. p. [1935]. cover title, 64 p. 10 pi. 3 maps. 4° 
(Specifications 613.) [Consists of schedule. siMX-ifications, and drawings for 
irrisration project, proposals to be received until Mar. 4, 19:35.] t Pai)er, .$2.00. 

I 27.8 : 613 

Rcclaimition era, v. 25. no. 2: Feb. 1935. [1935.] cover title, p. 25-44, il. 4" 
[Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] 

L. C. card 9-:35252 I 27.5 : 935/2 

NoTK. — The Reclamation era is a magazine for the farmers and personnel of the 
bureau. Its aim is to assist the settlers in the proi>er use of water, to help them 
in overcoming their agricultural difficulties, to instruct them in diversifying and mar- 
keting their crops, to inspire the employees of the bureau and chronicle engineering 
problems and achievements, and to promote a wholehearted spirit of cooperation, so 
that reclamation shall attain the greatest heights of success. The subscription price of 
the Reclamation era is 75c. a year to other than water users ; foreign subscription, 
?1.0,5. payable in advance. Subscriptions should be sent to the Commissioner, Bureau 
of Reclamation, Washington, D. C. and remittance in the form of postal money order 
or New Yorlj draft should be made payable to the Bureau of Reclamation. Postage 
stamps are not acceptable in payment of subscription. 

Sun River irrigation project. Earthwork and structures for oi)en drains, 
Greenfields division. Sun River project, Mont. (Federal Emergency Adminis- 
tration of Public Works project), n. p. [1935]. cover title, 24 p. 9 pi. map. 
4* (Specifications 611.) [Consists of schedule, specifications, and drawings 
for irrigation project, proposals to be received until Feb. 28, 1935.] t Paper. 
$1.00. 127.8:011 

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February 1935 161 

SOIL EROSION SERVICE 

Soil erosion. Fight against erosion, greatest enemy of soil. [1935.] 8 p. il. 
narrow 8° t 
L. C. card 35-26164 I 30.2 : Er G 

■ — — Soil erosion bibliography; [compiled Viyl Lillian H. Wieland. 1935. 

cover title, [1]+124 p. [Reproduced by miiltilith process. Text on p. 2 of 
cover.] t 

L. C. card 35-26165 I 30.2 : B 47 

INTERSTATE COMMIEItCE COMMISSION 

Note. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually knowu as Interstate Commerce 
Commission reports and Interstate Commerce Commission valuation reports, are sold by 
the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C, at various prices, depending upon 
the size of the volume. Separate decisions or opinions are sold on subscription, price 
$1.00 per volume; foreign subscription, $1.50; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a 
volume, l)e sure to specify whether Finance, Traffic, or Valuation decisions are desired. 
Entries for the separate decisions are grouped below under center lieads following other 
Interstate Commerce Commission publications. 

Dccisiotis. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Fimince decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Finance). 

Freight commodity statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States, 3d 
quarter, 1934; [prepared in] Bnreau of Statistics. [1935.] 10 p. oblong 
large 8° (Statement Q-500.) [Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 25-724 IC 1 ste. 26 : 934/3 

Freight rates. No. 387, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Cape Fear Rail- 
ways, Incorporated, v. United States, Interstate Commerce Commission, and 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, appeal from district court for eastern 
district of Virginia ; brief for United States and Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission. [1935.] cover title, n+4A p, I IC 1.13/1 : C 17 

Fuel for locomotives (charged to operating expenses), class 1 steam railways 
in Unitetl States, compiled from 141 reports representing 148 steam railways, 
switching and terminal companies not- includetl, Dec. 19.34 and 1933 [and] 
12 months ended witli Dec. 1934 and 1933; [prepared in] Bureau of Statis- 
tics. 1935. 1 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-230.) [Subject to revi- 
sion.] t IC 1 ste.30 : 934/12 

Opinions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Railroad accidents. Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Nov. 
1934 [and 11 months ending with Nov. 1934; prepared in] Bureau of Statis- 
tics. [1935.] [2] p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-400.) [Subject to revi- 
sion.] t 
L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste. 31 : 934/11 

Railroad employees. "Wage statistics of class 1 .steam railways in United States, 
compiled from 150 monthly reports of employees, service, and compensation 
covering 149 class 1 steam railways, Nov. 1934; [prepared in] Bureau of Sta- 
tistics. [1935.] 4 p. il. oblong large 8" (Statement M-300.) t 
L. C. card A 29-382 IC 1 ste.25 : 934/11 

Same, Dec. 1934; [prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] 4 p. il. 

oblong large 8° (Statement M-300.) t IC 1 ste.25 : 934/12 

Wage statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States for 12 months 

ended with Dec. 1934; [prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] 4 p. 
oblong large 8° ([Statement M-300.]) [Excludes switching and terminal 
companies, except as otherwise indicated.] t IC 1 ste.25 : 934/13 

Railroads. Freight [and passenger] service operating statistics of class 1 
steam railways in United States, compiled from 141 reports of freight serv- 
ice statistics representing 148 railways [and from 137 reports of passenger 
service statistics representing 144 railways] (switching and terminal com- 
panies not included), Nov. 19.34 and 1933 [and 11 months ended with Nov. 
1934 and 1933; prepared in] Bureau of Stati.st:cs. [1935.] 4 p. oblong large 
8° (Statement M-210.) [Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 29-379 IC 1 ste.21 : 934/11 

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162 February 1935 

Itailroads — Continued. 

Same, Dec. 1934 and 1933 [and 12 mouths ended with Dec. 1934 and 1933; 

prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] 4 p. oblong large 8° (Statement 
M-210.) [Subject to revision.] t IG 1 ste.21 : 934/12 

Graphical supplement to monthly reports : Freight ton-miles, adjusted for 

season, class 1 steam railways [Jan. 1931-Oct. 1934, etc. ; prepared in] Bu- 
reau of Statistics. 1935. 1 p. il. oblong large 8° (Serial 1935, no. 1.) t 

IC 1 ste.33 : 935/1 

Same [Jan. 1931-Nov. 1934, etc. ; prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. 

1935. 1 p. il. oblong large 8° (Series 1935, no. 2.) t IC 1 ste.33 : 935/2 

• Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

United States, compiled from 147 monthly reports of revenues and exi)enses 
representing 149 class 1 steam railways, Dec. 1934 and 1933 [and 12 months 
ended with Dec. 1934 and 1933 ; prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. 1935. 
[2] p. il. oblong large 8° (Statement M-100.) [Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 28-2266 IC 1 ste.l9 : 934/12 

• Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways, se- 
lected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,0OO,(XM), 
Dec. 1934 and 1933 [and] 12 months ended with Dec. 1934 and 1933; [pre- 
pared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] [2] p. oblong large 8° (Statement 
M-150. ) [Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 29-378 IC 1 ste.20 : 934/12 

Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items for Dec. 

1934, compared with Dec. 1933, for roads with annual operating revenues 
above $25,000,000; [prepared in] Bureau of Statistics. [1935.] [2] p. ob- 
long large 8° (Statement M-200.) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 29-380 IC 1 ste.22 : 934/12 

- — Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States, in- 
cluding mixed-train service, compiled from 140 reports representing 149 
steam railways, switching and terminal companies not included, Nov. 1934 
and 1933 [and] 11 months ended with Nov. 1934 and 1933; [prepared in] 
Bureau of Statistics. 1935. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-220.) 
[Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24 : 934/11 

Selected income and balance-sheet items of class 1 steam railways in 

United States, compiled from 143 reports representing 149 steam railways 
[Nov. 1934 and 1933 and 11 months of 1934 and 1933; prepared in] Bureau 
of Statistics. 1935. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-125.) [Subject to 
revision.] t 

L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : 934/11 

Stone. No. 859, in equity, in district court for southern district of Ohio, west- 
ern division, Delphos Quarries Company et al. v. United States et al. ; brief on 
behalf of defendant. Interstate Commerce Commission. [1935.] cover title, 
ii-f36 p. t IC 1.13/1 : D 385 

Traffic decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Traffic). 

Valuation decisions. See, below, center head Decisions {Valuation) . 

Yardage cJiarges. No. 622, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States 
ex rel. Kroger Grocery & Baking Company v. Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion, on petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for 
District of Columbia ; respondent's brief in opposition to writ of certiorari. 
£1935.] cover title, ii+24 p. t IC 1.13/1 : K 914/2 

Decisions {Finance) 

Note. — The following decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the 
Interstate Commerce Commission reports. 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Raihcay. Finance docket no. 10371, Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company abandonment; [decided Nov. 22, 1934]. 

1935. [l]-f 508-510 p. (F-5977.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5977 

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Atlantic Coast Lme Railroad. Finance docket no. 10657, Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company bonds; decided Nov. 22, 1934. [1935.] p. 513-514. 
(F-5979.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5979 

Chicago and Narth Western Raihcay. Finance docket no. 10640, Chicago & 
North Western Railway Company securities ; decided Oct. 27, 1934. [1934.] 
p. 409-412. (F-5952.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5952 

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. Finance docket no. 10440, 
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Company abandonment; 
decided Nov. 12, 1934. [1935.] p. 457-464. (F-5966.) [From v. 202.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5966 

Cook Transit Corporation. Finance docket no. 10591. Cook Transit Corporation 
stock; decided Nov. 16, 1934. [1985.] p. 465-466. (F-5967.) [From v. 
202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5967 

Denver and Salt Lake Western Railroad. Finance docket no. 10634, Denver & 
Salt Lake Western Railroad Company reconstruction loan ; decided Nov. 16, 
1934. [1935.] p. 4S9-494. (P-5971.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5971 

Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad, Finance docket no. 10667, Dubuque & Sioux 
City Railroad Company bonds; decided Nov. 23, 1934. [1935.] p. 515-516. 
(F-5980.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5980 

Erie Railroad. Finance docket no. 10261, Erie Railroad Company public works 
improvement ; decided Nov. 12, 1934. [1934.] p. 453-454. (F-5964.) [From 
V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5964 

Great Northern Raihcay. Finance docket no. 10396, Great Northern Railway 
Company public works improvement ; decided Nov. 21, 1934. [1935.] p. 503- 
504. (F-5975.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5975 

Finance docket no. 10502, Great Northern Railway Company abandon- 
ment ; decided Nov. 15, 1934. [1935.] p. 469-475. (F-5969.) [From v. 
202.] * Paper. 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5969 

Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railroad. Finance docket no. 9699, Gulf, Mobile & 
Northern Railroad Company bonds; decided Nov. 17, 1934. [1935.] p. 495- 
496. (F-5972.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5972 

Finance docket no. 10420, Gulf, Mobile & Northern Railroad Company 

public works improvement; decided Nov. 5, 1934. [1935.] p. 467^68. 
(F-596S.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5968 

Finance docket no. 10421, Gulf, Mobile & Northern Railroad Company 

equipment trust of 1934; [decided Nov. 5, 1934]. 1934. [1] +432-434 p. 
(F-5957.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5957 

Hanover Railvxiy. Finance docket no. 10609, Hanover Railway Company 
abandonment ; decided Nov. 10, 1934. [1934.] p. 451^52. (F-5963.) [From 
V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5963 

Hillsboro and North-Eastern Railway. Finance docket no. 9991, Hillsboro & 
North-Eastern Railway Company reconstruction loan ; decided Nov. 21, 1934. 
[1935.] p. 499-503. (F-5974.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5974 

Illinois Central Railroad. Finance docket no. 10666, Illinois Central Railroad 
Company reconstruction loan; [decided Dec. 1, 1934]. 1935. [1] +530-536 p. 
(F-5985.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5985 

Kansas City and Westport Belt Railway. Finance docket no. 10447, Kansas 
City & Westport Belt Railway Company proposed operation, etc. ; [decided 
Nov. 5, 1934]. 1934. [1] +438-444 p. (F-5960.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 
5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5960 

Lehigh Valley Railroad. Finance docket no. 10642, Lehigh Valley Railroad Com- 
pany reconstruction loan; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1934.] p. 425-432. 
(F-5956.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5956 

Same; decided Nov. 28, 1934. [1935.] p. 52.3-524. (F-5982.) [From 

V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5982 

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Litchfield and Maduon Railway. Finance docket no. 10555, Litchfield & Miidison 
Railway Company bonds; [decided Oct. 29, 1984]. 1934. [1] +412-414 p. 
(F-5953.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5953 

Finance docket no. 10643, Litchfield & Madison Railway Company recon- 
struction loan ; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1934.] p. 415-419. (F-5954.) [From 
V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5954 

Los Auffcles and Salt Lake Railroad. Finance docket no. 10622. Los Angeles & 
Salt Lake Railroad Companv construction and operation ; [decided Nov. 8, 
1934]. 1935. [1] -1-454-456 p. (F-5965.) [From v. 202.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5965 

Maj/o and Cook's Ilaniinock Railroad. Finance docket no. 10150, Mayo & Cook's 
Hammock Railroad Company construction; [decided Oct. 31, 1934]. 1934. 
[1] +420-424 p. (F-5955.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5955 

Netc York Central Railroad. Finance docket no. 10649, New York Central Rail- 
road Company abandonment; decided Nov. 22, 1934. [1935.] p. 511-512. 
(F-5978.) [From V. 202.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5978 

'Ncn- York, Xeir Haren and Hartford Railroad. I'inance docket no. 10402, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company public works imjjrovement ; 
decided Nov. 5, 19.34. 1935. p. 437. (F-5959.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-5959 

Finance docket no. 10610, New York. New Haven & Hartford Railroad 

Company reconstruction loan; [decided Nov. 16, 1934]. 1935. [11+476- 
488 p. (F-5970.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5c. I C 1.6/la : F-5970 

Petaluma and Santa Rona Railroad. Finance docket no. 10619, Petaluma & 
Santa Rosa Railroad Company opei'ation ; decided Nov. 1. 1934. [1934.] 
p. 435-436. (F-5958.) [From v. 202.] * Paper, 5<\ IC 1 .6/la : F-5958 

Pine liluff Arkansas River Railicaij. Finance docket no. 10572. Pine Bluff 
Arkansas River Itailwav et al. alnuidonment : decided Nov. 8. 1934. [1934.] 
p. 445-448. (F-5961.) [From v. 202.] ♦ Paper. 5c. I C 1.6/la : F-5961 

Rahuaii V alien Line. Finance docket no. 8135, Rahway Valley Line bonds; 
decided Nov. 6. 1934. [1934.] p. 449-450. (F-5962.) [From v. 202.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-5962 

Seaboard Air Line Raili'-aij. Finance docket no. 10011. Seaboard Air Line 
Railway receivers proposed abandonment; decided Dec. 3, 19.34. [1934.] 
p. 543-554. (F-5987.) [From v. 202.] ♦ Paper. 5c. I C 1.6/la : F-598T 

Decisions (Traffic) 

Note. — The followinR (Incisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the Inter- 
state Coimnoroe Commission reports. 

Bananas. No. 14859. Southern Produce Company et al. i'. Denison & Pacific 
Suburban Railway Company et al.: decided Nov. 6, 1934. [1935.] p. 7-14. 
([Opinion] 20029.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. I C 1.6/la : 20029 

Baskets. No. 2.3481, Eduerton ^Manufacturing Company r. Alton & Eastern Rail- 
road Company et al. : decide.] Nov. 13, 1934. [1935.] p. 49-53. ([Opinion] 
20«15.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20035 

Beans. Fourth section application no. 15152. dried beans and peas from western 
teiTitory ; [decided Oct. 29. 1934]. 1935. [1] +560-562 p. ( [Opinion] 20001.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20001 

Bricks. Fourth section application no. 1.528.3. brick to Atlanta, Ga. ; decided 
Oct. 29. 1934. [1935.] p. 567-568. ([Opinion] 20004.) [From v. 204.] 

* I'aper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20004 

No. 26359. Trinidad Brick & Tile Company et al. v. Atchison, Topeka & 

Santa Fe Railway Company; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1935.] p. 575-577. 
([Opinion] 20007.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20007 

Cast iron. No. 26261. Hausman & Wimmer Company, Commonwealth Trust 
Company of Pittsburgh, receiver, v. Ann Arbor Railroad Company et al. ; 
riecidetl Oct. 30. 1934. [1935.] p. 757-761. ([Opinion] 20017.) [From v. 
204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 2001T 

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Coal. Fourth section application no. 15248, bituminous coal from western 
Kentucky mines to Missouri; decided Oct. 29. 1934. [1985.] p. 565-^566. 
([Opinion] 20003.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20003 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 3997, coal from Illinois to Keo- 
kuk, Iowa; [decided Nov. 19, 1934]. 1935. [1] +94-98 p. ([Opinion] 
20044.) [From V. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC1.6/la : 20044 

■ No. 25471, South Jersey Retail Coal Merchants Association et al. v. 

Atlantic City Railroad Company et al. : decided Oct. 15, 1934. [1934.] p. 
423-442. ([Opinion] 19967.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19967 

Coke. Investigation and suspension docket no. 3975, coke from southern points 
to southern ports; decided Nov. 2, 1934. [1935.] p. 767-774. ([Opinion] 
20019.) [From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20O19 

Corn. Fourth section application no. 15060, corn to New Orleans. La. ; decided 
Oct. 29, 1934. [1935.] p. 557-559. ([Opinion] 2<K)00.) [From v. 204.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20000 

Cotton. No. 25094, Seaboard Air Line Railway (L. R. Powell, jr., and E. W. 
Smith, receivers) v. Carolina & Northwestern Railway Company et al. ; [de- 
cided Sept. 28, 1934]. 1934. [l]+41t>-422 p. ([Opinion] 1996(i.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19966 

Cottonseed. Fourth section application no. 15357, cottonseed between points in 
Texas; decided Oct. 27, 1934. [1934.] p. 539-544. ([Opinion] 19996.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19996 

Crates. No. 26373, Ai'tkraft Sign Company v. New York, Chicago <lt St. Louis 
Railroad Company et al. ; [decided Nov. 3, 1934]. 1935. [1] +762-766 p. 
([Opinion] 20018.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20018 

Draintiles. No. 24011, Columbus Brick & Tile Company v. Atlanta, Birmingham 
& Coast Railroad Company et al. ; decided Nov. 7, 19;'>4. [1935.] p. 1-4. 
([Opinion] 20027.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20027 

Dry-cleaning compound. No. 26037, Warner Chemical Company et al. v. Balti- 
more & Ohio Railroad Company et al. ; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1985.] p. 581- 
584. ([Opinion] 20009.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20009 

Fertilizers. No. 16295, fertilizers and fertilizer materials between southern 
points; decided Nov. 6, 1934. [1935.] p. 17-22. ([Opinion] 20031.) [From 
v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20a31 

Freight rates. Fourth section application no. 15175, Hudson River steamboat 
rates; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1935.] p. 563-564. ([Opinion] 20002.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20002 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 3662, lake and rail class and com- 
modity rates ; [decided Jan. 7, 1935]. 1935. v+101-219+iv+[l] p. ([Opin- 
ion] 20046.) [From V. 205.] * Paper, 10c. IC 1.6/la : 20046 

No. 13535, consolidated southwestern cases ; decided Nov. 22, 1934. [1934.1 

601-736+ii p. ([Opinion] 20069.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 10c. 

IC 1.6/la : 20069 

Fruit. Fourth section application no. 12:58;3, transcontinental rates on deciduous 
fruits; decided Oct. 29. 1934. [1934.] p. 549-554. ([Opinion] 19998.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19998 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 4006, cold pack fruits and vege- 
tables in oflacial territory; decided Nov. 3. 1934. [1935.] p. 775-779. 
([Opinion] 20020.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20020 

Gas oil. No. 26404, town of Pulaski, Tenu.. v. Alabama Great Southern Rail- 
road Company et al. ; [decided Oct. 31, 1934]. 1935. [1] +754-756 p. 
([Opinion] 20016.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c-. IC 1.6/la : 20016 

Hides. No. 26047, Hans Rees' Sons, Incorporated, v. Baltimore & Ohio Rail- 
road Company et al. ; decided Oct. 29, 1934. [1935.] p. 569-571. ( [Opinion] 
20005.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, oc. IC 1.6/la : 20005 

Paperboard. Fourth section aplication no. 15515, paperboards to Texas Gulf 
ports ; decided Nov. 12, 1934. [1935.] p. 23-25. ([ Opinion ] 20032. ) [From 
V. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20032 

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Petroleum. Fourth section application no. 14869, petroleum to Illinois; [de- 
cided Oct. 30, 1934]. [1935.] [1] +578-581 p. ([Opinion] 20008.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20008 

Fourth section application no. 15164, petroleum from Hugoton, Kans. ; 

[decided Oct. 30, 1934]. 1935. [1] +592-594 p. ([Opinion] 20O11.) [From 
V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20011 

No. 2G314, Gulf Refining Company v. Texas & New Orleans Railroad 

Company; decided Oct. 22, 1934. [1934.] p. 479-481. ([Opinion] 19977.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19977 

Petroleum products. No. 17304, International Oil Company et al. v. Abilene 
& Southern Railway Company et al. ; decided Nov. 5, 1934. [1935.] p. 783- 
788. ([Opinion] 20022.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20022 

No 18061, Transcontinental Oil Company v. Alabama & Vicksburg Rail- 
way Company et al. ; [decided Nov. 13, 1934]. 1935. [1] +20-32 p. ([Opin- 
ion] 20033.) [From V. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20033 

Pipe. No. 25084, Kansas City Pump Company et al. v. Alton Railroad Com- 
pany et al. ; decided Oct. 22, 1934. [1934.] p. 467-474. ([Opinion] 19975.) 
[From V. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19975 

Potatoes. No. 24881, Carolina Shippers' Association, Incorporated, et al. v. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company et al. ; [decided Nov. 13, 1934]. ia35. 
[1] +54-58 p. ([Opinion] 20036.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 20036 

Sand. No. 17060, Frohman Chemical Company v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 
Company et al. ; [decided Nov. 5, 1934]. 1935. [1] +780-782 p. ([Opin- 
ion] 20021.) [From v. 2(M.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20021 

No. 26098. International Motor Company t\ Delaware & Hudson Railroad 

Corporation et al.; [decided Oct. 29, 1934]. 1935. [1] +572-574 p. ([Opin- 
ion] 20006.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20006 

No. 26138, L. G. Everist, Incorporated, v. Chicago & North Western Rail- 
way Company et al. ; [decided Oct. 25, 1934]. 1934. [1] +528-534 p. 
([Opinion] 19994.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 19994 

Sheet metal. No. 26188, Michaels Art Bronze Company v. Chesapeake & Ohio 
Railway Company et al. ; [decided Nov. 16, 1934]. 1935. [1] +78-80 p. 
([Opinion] 20O39.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20039 

Stoitchinfj charges. No. 25351, California Packing Corporation v. Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Ccmipany ; decided Oct. 30. 1934. [1935.] 
p. 741-747. ([Opinion] 20013.) [From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 20013 

Tankage. No. 26270, Armour & Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company 
et al. ; decided Nov. 5, 1934. [1935.] p. 791-796. ([Opinion] 20024.) 
[From v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20024 

Unlading and lading. Investigation and suspension docket no. 3580, loading 
rules on vegetables in southwestern territory; decided Nov. 17, 1934. [1935.] 
p. 87-93. ([Opinion] 20043.) [From v. 205.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 20043 

Wool. Fourth section application no. 14434, wool and mohair from the West; 
decided Oct. 30, 1934. [1935.] p. 585-591. ([Opinion] 20010.) [From 
v. 204.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 20010 

Decisions (Valtiation) 

Note. — The following decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the Inter, 
state Commerce Commission valuation reports. 

Fonda, Jolmstoimi and Gloversville Rnilroad. Valuation docket no. 1195, Fonda, 
Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad Company et al. ; decided August 16, 1934. 
[1934.] p. 751-813. (B-942.) [From Valuation reports, v. 46.] * Paper, 5c. 

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New York, Dock, Railway. Valuation docket no. 1189, New York Dock Railway ; 
decided October 22, 1934. [1934.] p. 869-897. (0001 [B-944].) [Tlie Valua- 
tion decision number on this publication is printed incoi'rectly as 0001. From 
Valuation reports, v. 46.] * Pai)er, 5c. IC 1 val.9/a : B-944 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Alton Railroad. No. 566, in Supreme Court. Oct. term, 1934, Railroad Retirement 
Board et al. v. Alton Railroad Company et al., on certiorari to United States 
Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for petitioners. [1935.] 
cover title, vi+170 p. $ J 1.13 : Al 79/13 

American Natural Gas Company. In Court of Claims, no. 41841, American Natu- 
ral Gas Company v. United States ; defendant's request for findings of fact and 
brief. [1935.] p. 21-26. | J 1.13 : Am 3/214 

American Steam Conveyor Corporation. In Court of Claims, nos. Li-131 and 
L-176, American Steam Conveyor Corporation v. United States ; defendant's 
request for findings of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 33-45. t J 1.13 : Am 3/215 

Arizona. No. 18, original, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. 
Arizona ; application for order to show cause why restraining order should not 
issue. [1935.] cover title, 8 p. $ J 1.13: Ar 47/8 

Same; brief of plaintiff in support of application for restraining order, 

and in opposition to defendant's motion to dismiss bill of complaint. [1935.] 
cover title, iii+73 p. $ J 1.13 : Ar 47/9 

Aron, Harold G. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Harold G. Aron v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+14 p. large 8*" t 

J1.13:Ar67 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. In Court of Claims, no. 42089, Atchi- 
son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company v. United States; defendant's 
request for findings of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 35-52. $ J 1.13: At 2/51 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. No. 3790, in circuit court of appeals for 4th cir- 
cuit, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company v. commissioner of internal reve- 
nue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for 
respondent. [1935.] cover title, iii+50 p. % J 1.13 : B 217/62 

Bancker, Evart A. No. 7624, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Evart A. 
Bancker v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+11 p. % 

J 1.13 : B 22 

Banning, Bernhard R. No. 7713, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, 
United States v. Alfred K. Magoon [et al.], trustees under will and of estate 
of Bernhard R. Banning, on appeal from district court for Territory of 
Hawaii; brief for United States. [1935.] cover title, ii+37 p. t 

J 1.13 : B 227 

Beaumont, Louis D. No. 641, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Louis D. 
Beaumont v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover title, i+14 p. 
* J 1.13 : B 383/4 

Beegle, Frederick N. No. 645, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, First Na- 
tional Bank of Beaver Falls [administrator d. b. n. c. t. a. of Frederick N. 
Beegle] v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to Court of Claims ; 
brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] cover title, i+11 p. t 

J 1.13 : B 392/7 

Bellehurst Syndicate, trust no. 5522 and trust no. 5644. No. 7513, in circuit 
court of appeals for 9th circuit, trust no. 5522 and trust no. 5644, Bellehurst 
Syndicate, Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles, trustee, v. commis- 
sioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of 
Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+13 p. | 

J 1.13 : B 415/2 

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Bcrdie, Harry W. No. TGTiT, iu circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Harry 
W. Berdie et al. r. Charles J. Kurtz et al., on appeal from district court 
for southern district of California ; reply and supplemental brief for appel- 
lants. [1935.] cover title, ii+31 p. t J 1.13 : B 451/2 

Binzil, Peter, jr. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Peter Binzil, jr.. r. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on i^etition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+13 p. large 8" 
I J 1.13 :B 519 

Bowles, Norman S. No. 593, iu Silt>renie Court, Oct. term. 1934, Norman S. 
Bowles r. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 4th circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] 
cover title, 1 + 12 p. t J 1.13 : B 6S1/4 

Breas Canon- Oil Company. No. 7554, in circuit court of appeals for 9th cir- 
cuit, Brea Canon Oil Company r. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Api)eals ; brief for respondent. 
[1935.] cover title, ii+28 p. t J 1.13 :B 74/2 

Central States Electric Corporation. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
commissioner of internal revenue r. Central States Electric Corp., on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] 
cover title, i+14 p. larpre 8° + J 1.13 : C 333/67 

Chicago, ililiraukce. St. Paul ayid Pacific Railroad. No. 379, in Supreme Court, 
Oct. term. 1934. United States, Interstate Commerce Connnission, et al. v. 
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. I'aul & Pacific Railroad Company et al.. appeal 
from district court for northern district of Illinois; reply brief for United 
States and Interstate Connnerce Commission. [1935.] cover title, 11 p. t 

J 1.13 : C 43/188 

Childcrs', Charles L. No. 7464. in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, 
Charles L. Childers v. commi.'^sioner of internal revenue, on petition for re- 
view of de<'ision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. |1935.] 
cover title, iii+39 p. % J 1.13 :C 437/8 

Cleamrell Manufacturinu Comjmny. Law no. 5373, in circuit court of appeals 
for 7th circuit. Jan. term. 19.35, 'Jnited States t'. .Jacob Zinsnieister. doing 
business as Cleanwell Manufacturinjr Company, and United States Fidelity 
and (Juaninty Coniitany. appeal from district court for northern district of 
Illinois, eastern division. Charles E. Woodward, presiding; brief and argu- 
ment for appellant. [1935.] cover title, iii+56 p. large 8" J J 1.13: C 5S'/2 

Coffey, Albion M. In Court of Claims, no. 42456, Albion McD. Coffey v. 
United States; defendant's request for findings of fact and brief. |1935.] 
p. 27-38. t J 1.13 : C 654/2 

Cohen, Moses. Nos. 6665-68. in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit. Moses 
Cohen i'. commissioner of JTternal revenue ; Nathan Rosenbaum v. [same] ; 
Nathan Cohen v. [same] ; Ldward Godfried r. [same], on petitions for review 
of decisions of Board of Tax Api)eals : brief for respondent. [1935.] cover 
title, i + 16 p. ± J 1.13 : C 66/18 

Cole. Loj/i-s M. No. 7477. in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit. Frida Hell- 
man Cole, as executrix of Louis M. Cole, v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Apjieals ; brief for 
respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii-f 20 p. J J 1.13 : C 075 

Columbia Pacific Shippinff Company. No. 7559. in circuit court of api>eals for 
9th circuit, comnussioner of internal revenue v. Columbia Pacific Shipping 
Company, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief 
for petitioner. [1935.] covt^r title, i+18 p. t J 1.13 : C 723/18 

Corner Broadway-Maiden Lane, Incorporated. No. 51. in circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit. Comer Broadway-Maiden Lane. Inc.. and John W. 
Remer, trustee in bankruptcy of Corner Broadway-Maiden Lane, Inc., v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Apiieals : brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title. iii-f55 p. large 
8° t J 1.13 : C 815/4 

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JOosnwpolitan Bond 'and Mortgage Company. No. 5381, in circuit court of 
appeals for 7th circuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. Cosmopolitan 
Bond & Mortgage Company, on petition for review of decision of^ Board of 
Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+12 p. t 

J 1.13 : C 821/5 

€rane, Alexander B. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Alexander 
M. Crane and Caroline E. Crane, as executors of Alexander B. Crane, v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on r)etition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+37 p. large 
8° $ J 1.13 : C 85/10 

Darger, H. C. No. 7656, in circuit court of appeals for 9tli circuit, H. C. 
Darger et al. v. Ralph O. Hill et al.. on appeal from district court for south- 
ern district of California : reply and supplemental brief for appellants. 
[1935.] cover title, ii+34 p. t J 1.13 : D 247/2 

Belahaniy, Frank P. In Court of Claims, no. 42517, Fi'ank P. Delahauty v. 
United States ; brief for defendant. [1935.] p. 19-28. t J 1.13 : D 372/2 

Diiblee. Mrs. Isabel K. No. 7524, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, 
Isabel K. Dibblee v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover 
title, ii+16 p. t J 1.13 : D 544 

Dillon, Mont. No. 7462, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, First 
National Rank of Dillon. Mont., v. commissioner of internal revenue, on peti- 
tion for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. 
[1935.] cover title, i -1-25 p. t J 1.13 : D 587/5 

Evwns. Frank. No. 7580. in circuit court of api^eals for 9th circuit. United 
States V. Frank Evans, on appeal from district court for district of Idaho, 
eastern division; brief for appellant. [1935.] cover title, 11+36 p. % 

J 1.13 : Ev 15/7 

Faber, Jenny. In Court of Claims, no. Lr-120, Lothar W. Faber. as executor 
of .Teniiv Faber. v. United States ; defendant's request for findings of fact 
and brief. [1935.] p. 55-72. % J 1.13 : F 112/5 

Fourcliy. Andre. In Court of Claims, no. J-81, Andre Fourchy v. United 
States; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 1-8. t J 1.13 : F 825 

G and K Manufacturing Company. No. 3810, in circuit court of appeals for 
4th circuit. G and K Manufacturing Company r. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief 
for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+35 p. t J 1.13 : G 1/2 

Galveston, Tex. In Court of Claims, no. 42543. Galveston. Tex., r>. United 
States ; defendant's brief . [1935.] p. 171-187. t J 1.13 : G 139/17 

Galveston Dry Bock and Construction Company. No. 7584, in circuit court of 
appeals for oth circuit. United States and Shipping Board Merchant Fleet 
Corjwration v. Galveston Dry Dock and Construction Company, on appeal 
from district court for southern district of Texas ; brief on behalf of United 
States. [1935.] cover title, i+34 p. t J 1.13 : G 139/18 

Geiszl Manufaeturing Company. Law no. 5374, in circuit court of appeals 
for 7th circuit, United States v. Frank M. Geiszl, trading as Geiszl Mfg. Co., 
and United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, appeal from district 
court for northern district of Illinois, eastern division ; brief and argument 
for appellant. [1935.] cover title, iii+56 p. large 8° t J 1.13 : G 279 

Gillette, Elmon C. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Elmon C. Gillette 
V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+35 p. large 
8° $ J 1.13 : G 413/2 

Hamburg-American Line. No. 635, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Ham- 
burg-American Line r. Philip Elting, as collector of customs, port of New 
York, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d cir- 
cuit ; brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] cover title, i+17 p. t 

J 1.13 : H 175/11 

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Sampton, William E. No. 7315, iu circuit court of appeals for 9tli circuit, 
Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, v. Frances Hampton, 
surviving widow and joint tenant of William E. Hampton, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] 
cover title, i+27 p. $ J 1.13 : H 1S9/5 

Hart, Leo J. No. 6346, in United States Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Oct. term, 1934, Edgar C. Snyder [United States marshal for 
District of Columbia] vs. Leo J. Hart and Helen V. Hart, in error to Munici- 
pal Court of District of Columbia ; brief for plaintiff in error. [11)35.] 
cover title, 16 p. t J 1.13 : H 251/13 

Hartley, O. G. No. 602, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Cavour Hartley, 
executor of G. G. Hartley, v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th 
circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover title, ii+17 p. t 

J 1.13 : H 255/3 

Hovey, C. F., Company. In Court of Claims, no. J-673, C. F. Hovey Company v. 
United States; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report. [1935.] 
p. 15-20. X J 1.13 :H 824 

Inter-Mountain Life Insurance Company. No. 537, in Supreme Court, Oct. 
term, 1934, Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal reveniie, v. Inter- 
Mountain Life Insurance Company, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of ap- 
peals for 10th circuit; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii-|-46 p. t 

J 1.13 : In 8/76 

Johnstone, AUerton. No. 7560, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Kate 
Allerton Johnstone, as executrix of Allerton Johnstone, v. commissioner of 
internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; 
brief for respondent. [1935.] cover Utle, ii-t-19 p. X J 1.13 : J 65 

Jones, James C, sr. No. 636, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, James C. 
Jones, sr., v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on i^etition 
for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; brief for 
respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover title, 14-12 p. J J 1.13 : J 718/9 

Keck Investment Company. No. 7544, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit. 
Keck Investment Company r. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. 
[1935.] cover title, ii -1-30 p. X J 1.13 : K 234 

Kendrlck Coal and Dock Company. No. 638, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, 
Kendrick Coal and Dock Company v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of in- 
ternal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for Sth circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover title, 
i+23 p. t J 1.13 : K 349/3 

Kirk, Robert. In Court of Claims, no. 42547, Robert Kirk, lunatic, by Clayton 
E. Emig, committee, r. United States; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 13-18. X 

J 1.13 : K 634/5 

Kokomo Aii.to7notive Manufacturing Company. In Court of Claims, no. H-386, 
Kokomo Automotive Manufacturing Company v. United States ; defendant's 
request for findings of fact, conclusion of law, and brief. [1935.] p. 
91-110. X J 1.13 : K 829/3 

Kuppenheimer, Jonas. In Court of Claims, no. 41955, Bertram J. Cahn, execu- 
tor of Jonas Kuppenheimer, v. United States ; defendant's request for findings 
of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 47-74. X J 1.13 :K 965 

Levi, Hermun. In Court of Claims, no. 41860, Milton J. Levi, executor of Her- 
man Levi, r. United States ; defendant's request for findings of fact and brief. 
[1935.] p. 83-109. X JL13:L578/9 

Lindholm, Albert J. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, United 
States V. Albert Julian Lindholm. individually and as executor of Albert L. 
Lindholm, and Martha May Trostler, appeal from district court, southern 
district of California, central division ; brief for appellant. [1935.] cover 
title, ii-j-25 p. $ J 1.13 : L 644/3 

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LoiiisvUle, Ky. No. — , in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States -i;. 
certain lands in Louisville, Jefferson County, Ky., Edward J. Geruert. et al. ; 
petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6tli circuit and 
brief in support thereof. [1935.] cover title, i+21 p. $ J 1.13 : L 93/76 

United States circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit [no. 7000, United 

States vs. certain lands in Louisville, Jefferson County, Ky., Edward J. 
Gernert, et al. ; clerk's certificate]. 1935. p. 53. [This is printed without 
title.] t J 1.13 :L 93/77 

McCloskey, Bernard. No. 7448, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. Bernard McCloskey ; [same] v. Nannie McC. 
Vincent, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief 
for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+33 p. + J 1.13 : M 132/7 

McGinn, John L. No. 7425, in circuit court of appeals for 9tli circuit, John L. 
McGinn v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of deci- 
sion of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, 
i-f 22 p. ± J 1.13 : M 175/3 

Mack, James A. No. — , in Supreme Court, Oct. term. 1934. United States v. 
James A. Mack and Concord Casualty and Surety Company ; petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. [1935.] cover 
title, i+10 p. $ J 1.13 : M 19/4 

No. 76, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. James A. Mack and Concord 

Casualty and Surety Company, appeal from district court for eastern district 
of New York; [proceedings in circuit court of appeals, 2d circuit]. [1935.] 
p. 27-30. t J 1-13 : M 19/a 

Maisel Trading Post, Incorporated. No. 976, in circuit court of appeals for 
10th circuit, Sept. term, 1934, Federal Trade Commission v. Maisel Trading 
Post, Inc., upon application for enforcement of order of Federal Trade Com- 
mission ; brief presented by Harry W. Blair, assistant United States Attorney 
General, Charles E. Collett, attorney, and William C. Lewis, United States 
district attornev for western district of Oklahoma, as amici curiae. [1935.] 
cover title, iii-i-48 p. t J 1.13 :M 286 

Marlin Firearms Corporation. In Court of Claims, no. F-169, Marlin Firearms 
Corporation v. United States; brief for defendant. [1935.] p. 72-102. % 

J 1.13 : M 344/8 

Marston, Edgar L. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Edgar L. 
Marston i\ commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, iii-1-27 
p. large 8° $ J 1.13 : M 359/4 

Marston, Mrs. Jennie C. H. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
Edgar L. Marston, as trustee of Jennie C. H. Marston estate, v. commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax 
Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, 5 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13 : M 359/3 

Mechanics Machine Company. In Court of Claims, no. J-24, Mechanics ^lachine 
Company v. United States ; special traverse. 1934. p. 13. % J 1.13 : M 464/4 

MercJiants and Farmers State Bank of Elgin, Tex. No. 6301, in United States 
Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, Charles O. Austin, statutory 
receiver of Merchants and Farmers State Bank of Elgin, Tex., v. Guy T. Hel- 
vertng, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+29 p. 
t J 1.13 : M 535/12 

Michael, Isidore. No. 224, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Elizabeth 
S. Michael, Sidney Morris Michael, and Louise Michael, executors of Isidore 
Michael, v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of deci- 
sion of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, 
i-f 18 p. large 8° t J 1-13 : M 582/20 

Miller, Madison L., jr. No. 342, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Madison L. 
Miller, jr., v. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 5th circuit ; brief for United States. [1935.] cover title, 11+48 p. t 

J 1.13 : M 616/2 

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Missouri State Life Innuramce Company. Nos. 10119 and 10143, in circuit court 
of api>eals for Sth circuit, Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal reve- 
nue, V. Missouri State Life Insurance Company ; Missouri State Life Insur- 
ance Company v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petitions for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for commis- 
sioner in no. 10119. [1935.] cover title, ii+38 p. t J 1.13 : M 691/57 

Morgan, Oeorge D. No. 7438, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, George 
D. Morgan v. commissioner of internal revenue, on i)etition for review of 
decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, 
ii+28 p. t J1.13:MS21 

Mount Vernon Trunt Comimny. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Mount 
Vernon Trust Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] 
cover title, ii+20 p. large 8° % J 1.13 : M 863/11 

Miistic Manufacturing Companii. In Court of Claims, no. C-59S. Mystic Manu- 
facturing Compsiny v. United States; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 113-126. 
X J 1.13 : M 999/2 

Nak^iauji, Yonejiro. No. 631. in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Yonejiro 
Nakasuji r. Howard Seager. collector of customs, district no. 27, A. E. 
Burnett, district dircH-tor of district no. 31, innnigratitm service, W. A. Brazie, 
inspector in charge, immigration service at port of San Pedro, Calif, [etc.], 
• •n petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit; 
lihef for United States in opposition. [193.").] cover title, i-f 12 p. % 

J 1.13 : N 145/2 

licutral Barber Supjiig ('oinpanii. Law no. 5370. in circuit court of appeals for 
7th circuit. United States v. Anthony La Barl)era. trading as Neutral Barber 
Supply Company, not Inc., and United States Fidelity and Guaranty Com- 
Iiany, appeal from district court for nortliern district of Illinois, eastern 
division; brief and argument for appellant. [1935.] cover title, iii+56 p. 
large 8° t ,T 1.13 : N 399/2 

New York Crnfnil Railroad. No. 72. in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
commissioner of internal revenue r. New York Central Railroad Company, on 
petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. 
[1935.] cover title, i+14 p. large 8° t J 1.13 : N 42 y/124 

O/z/o Loconmtirr Crane Company. Nos. 618 and 619, in Supreme Court. Oct. 
term, 1934, Ohio Locomotive Crane Company r. U. G. Denman, administrator 
witli will annexed of Charles H. Nauts [former collector of internal i-evenue 
for 10th district of Ohio]: [same] v. United States, on petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit; brief for 
respondents in opposition. [1935.] cover title, 1+13 p. % J 1.13: Oh 3/21 

■Oliver Typewriter Company. In Court of Claims, no. L-294, Oliver Typewriter 
Companv i'. United States; defendant's exceptions to report of conmiissioner. 
[1935.] p. 17-20. $ JL13:014/7 

Opinions. Opinion of Attorney General, Oct. 16, 1934-.Tan. 11, 1935. [Advance 
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Emergency appropriation act. McKellar proviso; Nov. 30. 1934. [1935.] 2 p. 

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Form of license for construction of gas pipe line; .Ian. 11, 1935. 1935. 1 p. 

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Maintenance of National Arohivos P.uUdins ; Dec. 4, 19.34. [1935.] 4 p. 

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Oregon. No. 13, original, iu Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, United States v. 
Oregon ; brief for United States in support of its exceptions to master's re- 
port. [1935.] cover title, i +23 p. t J 1.13: Or 3/29 

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commissioners. In Court of Claims, congressional no. 
17631, Passaic Valley Seweratje Commissioners r. United States ; brief for 
United States. [1935.] p. 33-48. t J 1.13 : P 265/8 

Philadelphia Contril)utionship for Insurance of Houses from Loss bij Fire. 
No. 656, in Supreme Court. Oct. term, 1934, Philadelphia Contributionship for 
Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire v. Virginia E. MacLaughlin, adminis- 
tratrix for Joseph S. MacLaughlin, former collector of internal revenue for 
1st district of Pennsylvania, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 3d circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover 
title, i+19 p. $ J 1.13 : P 53/44 

Pratt-Mallory Company, Incorporated. In Court of Claims, no. M-2<25, Pi-att- 
Mallory Companv, Inc.. v. United States : defendant's exceptions to commis- 
sioner's report. [1935.] p. 7-9. t .1 1.13 : P 889/4 

Prescott, W. R. No. 7632, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, W. R. 
Prescott V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of deci- 
sion of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1035.1 cover title, 
ii+16 p. $ J 1.13 : P 925 

Republic Steel Corporation. Equity no. 5152, district court, northern district 
of Ohio, United Statts v. Republic Steel Corporation et al. ; petition. [1935.] 
cover title, 19 p. I J 1.13 : R 299 

Richmond Hosiery Mills. No. 646. in Supreme Court. Oct. term, 1934, Rich- 
mond Hosiery Mills v. J. T. Rose, former collector of internal revenue, on 
petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit : brief 
for respondent in opposition. [1935.] cover title, ii+17 p. t 

J 1.13 :R 41.5/18 

Ross, Erskine M. No. 7497, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Oscar 
Lawler and Robert E. Ross, as executors of Erskine M. Ross, t-. commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petition for review of decisions of Board of Tax Ap- 
peals; brief for respondent. [1934.] cover title, iii+45 p. % 

.11.13: R 733/16 

Rossmoore, Emerson E. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Emer- 
son E. Rossmoore v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover 
title, ii-f24 p. large 8" t J 1.13 :R 737/2 

Russian Finance and Construction Corporation. Nos. — , in circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit, Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, 
V. Russian Finance and Construction Corporation : [same] v. Georgian Man- 
ganese Company, Ltd., on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax 
Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+39 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13 :R 92/7 

Salvage, Samuel A. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Samuel A. Sal- 
vage V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief on reargument for respondent. [1935.] 
cover title, l-f8 p. large 8° $ J 1.13 : Sa 38/3 

San Joaquin Fruit and Investment Company. No. 7505, in circuit court of 
appeals for 9th circuit, San Joaquin Fruit & Investment Company v. commis- 
sioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of 
Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, ii+24 p. t 

J 1.13 : Sa 52/2 

Scholl, Philip A. In Court of Claims, no. 42623, Philip A. Scholl v. United 
States; defendant's request for findings of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 
27-35. t J 1.13 : Sch 64/2 

Sherman, Mrs. Edna S. No. 7483, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, 
Edna Smart Sherman v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] 
cover title, i-f 14 p. $ J 1.13 : Sh 55/2 

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Bilberman, S., & Sons. No. 5342, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, S. 
Silberman & Sons v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover 
title, 11+24 p. large 8° I J 1.13 : Si 32/4 

Sivley, iMrs. Ada E. No. 7549, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Ada 
E. Sivley and George C. Sivley v. commissioner of internal revenue, on peti- 
tion for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. 
[1935.] cover title, ii+19 p. t J 1.13 : Si 94 

Snyder, John A. No. 663, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, John A. Snyder 
V. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; memorandum for re- 
spondent. [1935.] cover title, 4 p. t J 1.13 : Sn 92/7 

SolUtt, Ralph, d Sons Cotistruction Company. In Court of Claims, no. 42527, 
Ralph SoUitt & Sons Construction Company v. United States ; defendant's 
brief. [1935.] p. 69-96. t J 1.13: So 46/2 

Spotawood, Mrs. Mary V. In Court of Claims, no. 42619, S. A. Campbell, admin- 
istrator of Mary Virginia Spotswootl, v. United States; defendant's request 
for findings of fact and brief. [1935.] p. 13-21. t J1.13:Sp68 

Stevenson, Ocorge L. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, United 
States V. Edith L. Stevenson, guardian of person and estate of George L, 
Stevenson, incompetent person, appeal from district court, southern district 
of California, central division ; brief for appellant. [1935.] cover title, 
ii+35 p. t J 1.13: St 48/5 

Strauss, Milton L. Nos. 5314 and 5315, in circuit court of appeals for 7th 
circuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. Jack M. Strauss et al., executors 
of Milton L. Strauss; Jack M. Strauss et al., executors of Milton L. Strauss, v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board 
of Tax Appeals ; supi)leuiental and reply brief for commissioner of internal 
revenue. [1935.] cover title, i+S p. large 8° J J 1,13 : St 82/16 

Swedish American Line. In Court of Claims, no. 42231, Swedish American Line 
V. United States; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 79-116. t J 1.13 :Sw 34/2 

Talmoffe Manufacturina Company. Law no. 5372, in circuit court of appeals 
for 7th circuit, United States v. Talmage Manufacturing Company and United 
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, appeal from district court for north- 
ern district of Illinois, eastern division ; brief and argument for appellant. 
[1935.] cover title, iii+56 p. large 8" t J 1.13 :T 147/4 

Thompson, Uldric, jr. In Court of Claims, no. 42837, Uldric Thompson, jr., v. 
United States: plea in bar to jurisdiction [and brief in support of plea]. 
[1935.] p. 13-28. t J 1.13 :T 378 

Thornton, Ephriam. No. 7595, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit. United 
States V. Ephriam Thornton, upon appeal from district court for district of 
Idaho, eastern division; brief for appellant. [1935.] cover title, 11+45 p. t 

J 1.13 : T 394 

Tyson, H&'hcrt L. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, Herbert 
Lester Tyson v. United States, appeal from district court, eastern district of 
North Carolina, Raleigh division; brief for appellee. [1935.] cover title, 
i+11 p. t J 1.13 :T 988/3 

United Post Offices Corporation. In Court of Claims, no. 42469, United Post 
Offices Corporation v. United States; defendant's brief. [1935.] leaves 
33-38. t J 1.13 : Un 3/202 

Tirffinia-District of Colum-hia Boundary Commission, before Charles H. Brough, 
William C. Gloth, Malcolm S. McConihe, conuuissioners ; statement in reply on 
behalf of United States. [1934.] cover title, ii+67 p. t 
L. C. card 35-26166 J 1.13 : V 819/17 

Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated. No. — , in district court for eastern 
division of eastern judicial district of Missouri, United States v. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, Inc., et al. ; indictment. [1935.] cover title, 9 p. J J 1.13 : W 248/7 

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Watts, John J. Nos. 91-93, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, John J. 
Watts V. commissioner of internal revenue ; Hugh C. Sicard v. [same] ; Parker 
Sloane v. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Ap- 
peals; brief for respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+20 p. large 8° t 

J 1.13 : W 349/4 

Wens;, M., & Co. Lavr no. 5371, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, Jan. 
term, 1935, United States v. M. Wenz & Co. and United States Fidelity and 
Guarantee [Guaranty] Company, appeal from district court for northern dis- 
trict of Illinois, eastern division, Charles E. Woodward, presiding; brief and 
argument for appellant. [1935.] cover-title, iii+56 p. large S" I 

J 1.13 : W 489 

Wilson, C. E. Nos. 1138 and 1139, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, 
C. E. Wilson V. commissioner of internal revenue; Rex P. Arthur v. [same], 
on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for 
respondent. [1935.] cover title, i+12 p. t J 1.13 : W 692/8 

Wilson, Ted B. Nos. 7343-44, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. Ted B. Wilson ; [same] v. Luke W. McCrory, 
on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for peti- 
tioner. [1935.] cover title, ii+21 p. t J 1.13 : W 698 

Woo, Henry. No. 624, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Henry Woo v. United 
States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 4th 
circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] cover title, i+8 p. t 

J 1.13 : W 85/28 

Woodall, Walter. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, United 
States vs. Walter Woodall, appeal from district court for southern district 
of California ; brief for appellant. [1985.] cover title, ii +23 p. t 

J 1.13 : W 85/27 

Woodruff, W. F. In Court of Claims, no. 41887, A. M. Marret [administrator 
of W. F. Woodruff] et al. v. United States; defendant's brief. [1935.] p. 
141-164. t J 1.13 : W 86/3 

Young, Spencer O. No. 620, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Spencer G. 

Young V. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of 

appeals for 9th circuit ; brief for United States in opposition. [1935.] cover 

title, i +9 p. t J 1.13 :Y 87 

INVESTIGATION DIVISION 

Uniform crime reports for United States and its possessions, v. 5, no. 4; 4th 
quarterly bulletin, 1934. 1935. [2] +33 p. il. t 
L. C. card 30-27005 J 1.14/7 : 5/4 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

Exhibits. Catalog of exhibits, Department of Labor. 1935. [2]+ 6 p. [Illus- 
tration on front cover.] t L 1.2: Ex 4 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Infants. Keeping well baby well. [Revised edition.] 1935. 8 p. il. narrow 8° 
(Folder 9.) * Paper, 5c. L 5.22 : 9/4 

Juvenile-court statistics and Federal juvenile offenders, 1932, based on informa- 
tion supplied by 267 juvenile courts and by Department of Justice, 6th an- 
nual report. 1935. iii+129 p. (Bureau publication 226.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card L 29-155 L 5.20 : 226 

Relief work. Changes during Nov. 1934 in different types of public and private 
relief in urban areas. Jan. 15, 1935. 8 leaves, il. 4° [Monthly.] t 

L 5.33 : 934/3 

Changes during Dec. 1934 in different types of public and private relief 

in urban areas. Feb. 15, 1935. 8 leaves, il. 4° [Monthly.] t L 5.33: 934/4 

Social-statistics hulletin, v. 3, no. 1 ; Jan. 1935. [1935.] 12 p. il. 4" [Quarterly. 
Continuation of Monthly bulletin on social statistics.] t L 5.32: 3/1 

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Citisenship. Derivative citizenship, law and practice ; by Leigh L. Nettleton. 
Feb. 4. 1935. 8 p. (Lecture 34, 2(1 series.) [Issued with perforations for 
insertion in binder.] f L 15.10: 34 

LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU 

Building operations in principal cities of United States, Dec. 1934 ; prepared b.v 
Division of Con.struction and Public Employment. 1935. [l]+20 p. (Serial 
no. R. 199.) [Monthly.] t L 2.6/a 4 : 934/1 2 

Child labor in United States, 19;^"5, as reflected by employment certificates 
issued. [1935.1 12 p. il. [From Monthly labor review, Jan. 1935. Re- 
printed by Children's Bureau.] t L 2.6/a : C 437/2/933 

Codes of fair competition. Summary of permanent codes adopted under na- 
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R. 192.) [From Monthly labor review. Dec. 1934.] t L 2.6/a : C 048/15 

Eniploj/rcfi' rcpreseutativCH. Selection of employees' repi*esentatives [for col- 
lective barjiaining] ; by Emilv Clark Brown. [1935.] 18 p. (Serial no. 
R. 201.) [From Monthly labor review, Jan. 1935.] t L 2.6/a : Em 73/19 

Employment. Trend of employment. Nov. 1934 ; prepared by Division of Em- 
l)loynient Statistics and Division of Public Employment. 1935. li+58 p. il. 
(Serial no. R. 197.) [Monthlv.l t 
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[Monthly.] f L 2.9: 934/12 

Facfo-ries. Operation of idle factories by Ohio relief authorities for benefit of 
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Industrial aeridrutt to employed minors in California in 1932; by Marian 
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mation Service]. [1935.] [2|-f22 p. il. lar^e S" | Mondilv. | " t 
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Montldy labor review, Dec. 1934.] t L 2.(i/a : L 52/934 

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workers at end of 19.>4. — Historical review of trade-union incorporation. — Lal>or code 
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Croxton. 

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Prices — Continued. 

Wholesale prices, December and year 1934 ; prepared by Division of 

Wholesale Price Statistics. 1935. ii+32 p. il. (Serial no. R. 205.) 
[Monthly.] t 

L. C. card L 22-229 L 2.8 : 934/12 

Unemployment insurance. Unemployment insurance and reserves in United 
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[Jan.] 1935. v+54-|-v p. (Bulletin 611; Employment and unemployment 
series.) * Paper. 10c. 
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Same. (H. doc. 70, 74tli Cons. 1st sess.) 

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(Serial no. R. 196.) [From Monthly labor review. Dec. 1934.] t 

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Hnndivraft. Potential earning power of southern mountaineer handicraft: by 
Bertha M. Nienburg. 1935. v+56 p. (Bulletin 128.) * Paper, 10c. 
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Wages. Development of minimum-wage laws in United States. 1912-27 ; [by 
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61.) * Paper, 90c. 
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LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SERVICE 

State law index, index and digest to legislation of States of United States enacted 
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trative organization and personnel, compiled by Jennie Welland. 

MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL 
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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Aeronautics. Bibliography of aeronautics, 1931 ; [by Paul Brockett]. 1935. 
iv-|-312 p. [This work covers the aeronautical literature published from Jan. 
1 to Dec. 31, 1931.] * Paper, 50o. 
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Engines. Description and test results of spark-ignition and compression-ignition 
2-stroke-cycle engine [with list of references] ; by J. A. Spanogle and E. G. 
Whitney. 1934. cover title, 19 p. il. 4" (Report 495.) [Text and illustration 
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NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL 

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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 

Blue Eagle. Blue Eagle. 

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distribution of individual Blue Eagle cards for display by employers operating under 
approved codes. The new Blue Eagle, with the former phrase " We do our part " re- 
placed by the single word " Code " serves to identify the employer who did his part 
and who now, under an approved code, is cooperating with others in his trade or industry, 
to complete the work of recovery. Beneath the word " Code " appears the name of the 
trade or industry to wliich the employer belongs and his individual registration number. 
The individual Blue Eagle cards are not listed separately in the Monthly catalog. 

. Blue Eagle, v. 2, no. 5-8; Feb. 1-23, 1935. [1935.] Each 8 p. il. f° 

[Weekly.] t Y 3.N 21/8 : 19/2-5 to 2-8 

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National Recovery Administration publishes the Blue Eagle for the purpose of main- 
taining contact with all code authorities, compliance Ixiards, administrative members on 
the code authorities, trade associations, and other individuals and bodies interested in 
rulings and policies of NRA. Others who may wish to follow NRA activities may also 
find interest in the Blue Eagle and here turn for authentic viewpoints and policies. 

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February 1935 179 

Vodtes of fair competition. 

NoTE^ — The codes for the following industries (except those designated as approved) 
merely reflect the proposals of the industries, and none of the provisions contained 
therein are to be regarded as having received the approval of the National Recovery 
Administration as applying to those industries. 

. V Amendment to Code of fair competition for air valve industry, as ap- 
proved on Feb. 19, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1335-06; Approved 
code no. 376, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.376/amdt.l 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for art needleworlv industrj-, as 
approved on Feb. 15, 1935. 1935. [21+6 p. (Registry no. 231-08; Approved 
code no. 335, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.335/amdt.2 

V Amendment to Code of fair competition for automobile manufacturing 
industry, as approved on Jan. 31, 1935, by President Roosevelt. 1935. 
[2] +2 p. (Registry no. 1403-1-04; Approved code no. 17, amendment 5.) 
* Paper, 5c. T 3.N 2l/8 : 7ap.l7/amdt.5 

~i— Amendment to Code of fair competition for baking industry, as approved 
on Feb. 13, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 101-23; Approved code 
no. 445, amendment 4.) * Paper, 5e. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.445/amdt.4 

-^i'i— Amendment to Code of fair competition for bias tape industry, as ap- 
proved on Feb. 4, 1935. 1985. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 251-09; Approved 
code no. 441, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.441/amdt.l 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for bituminous coal industry, as 
approved on Jan. 25, 1935. 1935. [2] +9 p. (Registry no. 702-45; Approved 
code no. 24, amendment 6.) * Paper, 5c, Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.24/amdt.6 

— • — Amendment to Code of fair competition for can manufacturers industry, 
as approved on Feb. 8, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1147-02; Ap- 
proved code no. 152, amendment 1. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : lap.l52/amdt.l 

-^^— Amendment to Code of fair competition for canning industry, as ap- 
proved on Feb. 16, 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 105-03; Approved 
code no. 446, amendment 4.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.446/aradt.4 

— ^^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for canvas stitched belt manu- 
facturing industry, as approved on Feb. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Reg- 
istry no. 205-02; Approved code no. 422, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.422/amdt.l 

— '- — Amendment to Code of fair competition for chewing gum manufacturing 
industry, as approved on Feb. 2, 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Registry no. 109^ 
1-01 ; Approved code no. 241, amendment 1. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.241/amdt.l 

"^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for chinaware and porcelain 
manufacturing industry, as approved on Feb. 8, 1985. 1935. [2] +3 p. 
(Registry no. 1033-1-01; Approved code no. 126, amendment 4.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.l26/amdt.4 

• ^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for chinaware and porcelain 
manufacturing industry, as approved on Feb. 11, 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. 
(Registry no. 1033-1-01; Approved code no. 126, amendment 5.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.l26/amdt.5 

■ ^^ Amendment to Code of fair competition for cotton textile industry, as 
approved on Jan. 31, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 299-25; Approved 
code no. 1, amendment 13. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7ap.l/amdt.l3 

— v— Amendment to Code of fair competition for curled hair manufacturing 
industry and horse hair dressing industry, as approved on Feb. 6, 1935. 1935. 
[2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1627-02; Approved code no. 427, amendment 1.) 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.427/2/amdt.l 

— '— Amendment to Code of fair competition for dress manufactui'ing industry, 
as approved on Jan. 23, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 228-01; 
Approved code no. 64, amendment 5. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.64/amdt.5 

— — Amendment to Code of fair competition for dress manufacturing indus- 
try, as approved on Jan. 23, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 228-01; 
Approved code no. 64, amendment 6. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.64/amdt.6 

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180 February 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for earthenware manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Jan. 23, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 
1016-03; Approved code no. 322, amendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.322/amdt.3 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for end grain strip wood block 
industry, as approved on Jan. 26, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 
320-1-01: Approved code no. 180. amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.l86/amdt.2 

-^— Amendment to Code of fair competition for farm equipment industry, 
as approved on Jan. 31. 1935. 1935. [2] +3 p. (Registry no. 1303-1-04: 
Approved code no. 39, amendment 4.) * Pai)er, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.39/amdt.4 

Amendment to Code of fair comi)etition for fur manufacturing industry, 

as -approved (m Feb. 13, 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 912-03; 
Approved code no. 436, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.436/anult.2 

— L- Amendnient to Code of fair competition for garter, suspender, and l)elt 
manufacturing industry, as approved on FqU. S, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. 
(Registry no. 271-1-01 : Approved code no. 94, amendment 3.) [Title changed 
from Code of fair competition for men's garter, suspender, and belt manu- 
facturing industrv bv authoritv given in amendment 2.1 * I'aper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.94/amdt.3 

—"J — Ameiuhneiit to Code of fair comiietition for grinding wheel industry, as 
approved on Jan. 25. 1935. 1935 [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1001-03 ; Approved 
ei.de no. 170. amendnient 2.) •Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l70/amdt.2 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for hardwoiul distillation indus- 
try, as api>roved cm Jan. 31. 1935. 1935. [2] -{-4 p. (Registry no. 699-03; 
Api)ro\(>d rode no. IIH. ;iiiieii(liiient 4.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.llO/aradt.4 

-^:J — Amendment to Code of fair comi)etitioii for investment bankers, as 
api)n)ved on Feb. 18. 1935. 1935. [2] +8 p. (Registry no. 1707-04 ; Approved 
code no. 141, amendment 3.) * Pai>er. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l41/amdt.3 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for lumber and timber itroducts 
industry, as ajvproved on Jan. 29. 1935. 1935. |2|+4 p. (Registry no. 
313-1-06; Approved code no. 9. amendment 29.) * Paper. 5('. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.9/amdt.29 

-^ — Anienduieiit to Code of fair competition for lumber and tinil>er products 
industry, as apjmived on Jan. 31. 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 
313-1-06: Approved code no. 9, amendnient 30.) ♦ Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.x 21/8 : 7 ap.9/amdt.30 

— ■ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for manganese industry, as 
apiiroved (m Feb. 14. 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1218-06: Approved 
code no. 425, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.425/amilt.l 

~ — Amendment to C(Mle of fair competition for marine auxiliary macliinery 
indu.stry. as ai>proved on Feb. 12, 1935. 1935. [21+4 p. (Registry no. 
1340-01: Approved code no. 242. amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.242/amdt.l 

— ^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for nnisical merchandise manu- 
facturing industry, as approved on Jan. 31, 1935. 1935. [2]-f6 p. (Registry 
no 1640-06: .Xjii roved code no. 209. amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.209/amdt.l 

—^ — Amendment to Code of fair comi)etition for packaging machinery industry 
and ti*ade. us ai)itroved «.n Fell. IS. 1935. 1935. [21-|-5 p. (Registry no. 
1399-30: Api)roved code no. 72. amendment 2.) * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.72/amdt.2 

— T — Amendment to Code of fair competition for paper and pulp industry, as 
approved on Feb. 5. 1935. by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry 
no. 405-1-04: Approved code no. 120. .-imendment 3.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l20/amdt.3 

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Codes of fair competiiion — Continued. 

— ^^- Amendment to Code of fair competition for paper bag manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Feb. 2, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 401-1- 

01 ; Approved code no. 230, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.230/amdt.l 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for paper bag manufacturing 

industry, as approved on Feb. 5, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 401-1- 
01; Approved code no 230, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.230/amdt.2 

—^— Amendment to Code of fair competition for silk textile industiT, as 
approved on Jan. 31, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 263-01; Approved 
code no. 48, amendment 4. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.48/amdt.4 

— ,— Amendment to Code of fair competition for silk textile industry, as 
approved on Feb. 11, 1935. 1935. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 283-01; Approved 
code no. 48, amendment 5. ) * Pai)eT, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.48/amdt.5 

— ^"^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for solid braided cord industry, 
as approved on Jan. 30, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 219-01: Ap- 
proved code no. 309, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.309/amdt.2 

^'^— Amendment to Code of fair competition for spice grinding industry, as 
approved on Jan. 31, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 142-01; Approved 
code no. 424, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.424/amdt.2 

—^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for transparent materials con- 
verters industry, as approved on Feb. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry 
no. 402-02 ; Approved code no. 382, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.382/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for upholstery and drapery tex- 
tile industry, as approved on Feb. 6, 1935. 1935. [2] -{-11 p. (Registry no. 
280-1-01; Approved code no. 125, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.l25/amdt.l 

— ■ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for warm air register industry, 
as approved on Jan. 7, 1935. 1935. [2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 1118-12; 
Approved code no. 472, amendment 2.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.472/amdt.2 

Amendment to Code of fair competition for wholesale monumental gran- 
ite industry, as approved on Jan. 29, 1935. 1935. [2]-f4 p. (Registry no. 
1023-02 ; Approved code no. 449, amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.x 21/S ; 7 ap.449/amdt.2 

-^ — Amendment to Code of fair competition for women's belt industry, as 
approved on Feb. 8, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 902-1-01 ; Approved 
code no. 41, amendment 3. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.41/amdt.3 

-^ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for dra^iery and 
cj'.rpet hardware manufacturing industry, division of fabricated metal prod- 
ucts manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry, as 
approved on Feb. 15, 1935. 1935. [21+6 p. (Registry no. 1114-22; Approved 
code no. 84V, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.84 V/amdt.l 

Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for elevator man- 
ufacturing industry, division of construction industry, as approved on Jan. 
26, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1311-01; Approved code no. 244C, 
amendment 1. ) * Paper, r>c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244 C/amdt.l 

-^ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for locomotive 
appliance industry, division of machinery and allied products industry, as 
approved on Feb. 13, 19.35. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 1399-65A; Ap- 
proved code no. 347L, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347 L/amdt.l 

— ■ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for machine 
screw manufacturing industry, division of fabricated metal products manu- 
facturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on 
Feb. 19, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. (Registry no. 1104-06; Approved code no. 
84W, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/S' : 7 ap.84 W/amdt.l 

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182 February 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

-^-^ Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for millc and ice 
cream can manufacturing industry, division of faliricated metal products 
manufacturing and metal linishinfr and metal coatins indiistry, as ap- 
proved on Fel). 1, 193"). 198".. [21+4 p. (Registry no. 1136-05; Approved 
code no. 84D1. amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.S4Dl/amdt.l 

— — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for portable elec- 
tric lamp and shade industry, division of electrical manufacturing industry, 
as approved on Feb. 12, l!):'.".. 193r>. [2]+G p. (liejiistry no. 1308-16; 
Approved code no. 4B, amendment 1.) * Paper, ac. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.4B/amdt.l 

— — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for sheet metal 
distributing trade, division of wholesalinc; or distributing trade, as approved 
on Feb. IS, 1935. 1935. [2] +4 p. (Registry no. 113[>-03 ; Approved code 
no. 201P, amendment 1.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.201 P/amdt.l 

-^ — Amendment to Supplementary code of fair competition for shoe shank 
manufacturing industry, division of fabricated metal products manufactur- 
ing and metal finishing and metal coating industry, as approved on Jan. 31, 
1935. 1935. f21+G p. (Registry no. 929-1-01; Approved code no. 84F, 
amendment 2. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84 F/amdt.2 

Code appendix for cosmetic container manufacturing industry, .subdi- 
vision of fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and 
metal coating industry, as api)roved on Feb. 12, 1935. 1935. [2] 4-8 p. 
(Registry no. 1636-01 ; Approved code no. 84, appendix 6.) * Paper, .5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84/app.6 

-^ — Code appendix for industrial wire cloth manufacturing industry, subdi- 
vision of fabritiited metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and 
metal coating iiubistry. as approved on Feb. 8, 1935. 1935. |2|+9 p. (Reg- 
istry no. 1151-12; Approved code no. 84, appendix 5.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84/app.5 

— "' — Code appendix for metal safety tread manufacturing industry, subdi- 
vision of fal)ricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and 
metal coating industry, as api)roved on Feb. 15, 1935. 1935. [2] +5 p. 
(Registry no. 1122-23; Approved code no. 84, appendix 7.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S' : 7 ap.84/app.7 

— = — Code of fair comix'titioii for auto rebuilding and refinishing trade, as 
approved on Jan. 24, 1!)35, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +1-17 p. 
(Registry no. 1405-11; Approved code no. 544.) * I'aper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26076 Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.544 

-= — Code of fair competition for cigarette, snuff, chewing, and smoking to- 
bacco manufacturing industry, as approved on Feb. 9, 1935, by President 
Roosevelt. 1935. f2J +95-104 p. (Registry no. 1615-31; Approved code 
no. 549. ) * Paper, 5f. 
L. C. card 35-26117 Y 3.N 2178 : 7 ap.549 

-=* — Code of fair competition for coal dock industry, as aiiproved on Mar. 16, 
1934. 1934. [21+99-115 p. (Registry no. 701-35; Approved code no. 337, 
reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.1 * I'aper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.337/2 

-^•^^ — Code of fair comi)etition for construction industry, as approved on Jan. 
31, 1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [21+649-668 p. (Registry no. 
161(5-2-31; Approved code no. 244, reprint.) [This rejirint includes amend- 
ments 1-6.1 * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.244/5 

-^ — Code of fair competition for corrugated and solid fibre shipping container 
industry, as approved on Feb. 1, 1934. 1934. [21+1-14 p. (Registry no. 
406-1-08; Approved code no. 245, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.245/2 

-^ — Code of fair competition for cotton garment industry, as approved on 
Nov. 17, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [21+77-117 p. (Registry no. 
217-1-06; Approved code no. 118, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ments 1-8.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.118/3 

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February 1935 183 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

— ^ Same, Errata sheet. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 217-1-06; Approved code 
no. 118 [reprint including amendments 1-8, errata sheet].) Included in price 
of reprint of original code. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.ll8/3/errata 

-^^ Code of fair competition for cylindrical liquid tight paper container in- 
dustry, as approved on Feb. 1, 1934. 1934. ii +83-95 p. (Registry no. 406-10; 
Approved code no. 252, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.252/2 

-^ — Code of fair competition for dry color industry, as approved on Apr. 25, 
1934. 1934. [2] +481-491 p. (Registry no. 607-1-01; Approved code no. 
407, reprint.) [Tliis reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y 8.N 21/8 : 7 ap.407/2 

^ Code of fair competition for fan and blower industry, as appi'oved on 
Jan. 30, 1934. 1984. [2] +575-580 p. (Registry no. 1304-03; Approved code 
no. 238, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.238/2 

^ Code of fair competition for fibre can and tube industry, as approved 
on Feb. 24, 1934. 1934. [2] +285-297 p. (Registry no. 311-03; Approved code 
no. 305, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 2.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.305/2 

V Code of fair competition for furniture and floor wax and polish industry, 
as approved on Jan. 23, 1934. 1934. [2] +381-394 p. (Registry no. 625-02; 
Approved code no. 224, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 2.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.224/2 

-V— Code of fair competition for gummed label and embossed seal industry, 
as approved on Feb. 17, 1934. 1934. [2] +151-162 p. ( Registi-y no. 404-09 ; 
Approved code no. 294, reprint. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.294/2 

-^ — Code of fair competition for gumming industry, as approved on Feb. 17, 
1934. 1934. [2] +139-151 p. (Registry no. 404-08; Approved code no. 298, 
reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.293/2 

•^ — Code of fair competition for ice industry, as approved on Oct. 3. 1983, 
by President Roosevelt. 1933 [1935]. iv+11 p. (Registry no. 126-01; Ap- 
proved code no. 48, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1. The im- 
print date, 1933, is date of original print without amendments.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y 8.N 21/8 : 7 ap.43/2 

■ ^ Code of fair competition for leather and woolen knit glove industry, as 

approved on Nov. 4, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1933 [1935]. xi+9 p. 
(Registry no. 913-1-01; Approved code no. 87, reprint.) [This reprint in- 
cludes amendments 1 and 2. The imprint date, 1983, is date of original print 
v/ithout amendments.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.87/2 

■ ^ Code of fair competition for manufacturing industry in Territory of 

Hawaii, as approved on Feb. 14, 1935. 1935. [2] +105-117 p. (Registry no. 

1625-62; Approved code no. 550.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26120 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.550 

■ V" Code of fair competition for millinery and dress trimming braid and 

textile industry, as approved on Oct. 31, 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. 
[2] +149-158 p. (Registry no. 247-1-05; Approved code no. 69, reprint.) 
[This reprint includes amendments land 2.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.69/2 

■ v^ Code of fair competition for natural organic products industrv, as ap- 

proved on Jan. 25, 1935. 1935. [2] +19-37 p. (Registry no. 613-04; Ap- 
proved code no. 545.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26100 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.545 

- "^ ■ Code of fair competition for Pacific Coast dried fruit industry, as ap- 
proved on Jan. 26. 1935. 1935. [2] +39-55 p. (Registry no. 121-05; Ap- 
proved code no. 546. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26101 I Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.546 

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184 February 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

-->L- Same, Errata sheet. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 121-05; Approved code 
no. 546 [errata sheet].) Included in price of original code. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap. 546/errata 

-^ — Code of fair competition for pacliage and pasteurized-blended and process 
cheese industry, as approved on Feb. 2, 1935. 1935. [2] +73-93 p. (Regis- 
try no. 104-07 ; Approved code no. 548. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26119 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.548 

—J — Same, Errata sheet. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 104-07; Approved code 
no. 548 [errata sheet].) Included in price of original code. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap. 548/errata 

-^^ — Code of fair competition for photographic mount industry, as approved 
on Feb. 17, 1934. 1934. [2] +97-109 p. (Registry no. 407-09; Approver! 
code no. 290, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.200/2 

-J — Code of fair competition for porcelain breakfast furniture assembling 
industry, as approved on Jan. 30, 1934. 1934. [2] +587-001 p. (Registry no. 
312-04; Approved code no. 239, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 
1. J * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.239/2 



J — Code of fair competition for printing equipment industry and trade, as 
approved on Feb. 2, 1934. 1934. [2] +151-173 p. (Registry no. 599-18; 
Approved code no. 257, reprint.) [Tliis reprint includes amendment 1.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.257/2 

J — Code of fair competition for restaurant industry, as approved on Feb. 16, 
1934. 1934. [2] +507-525 p. (Registry no. 1728-2-11; Approved code no. 
282, reprinted May 11. 1934 [2d reprint].) [This 2d reprint includes amend- 
ments 1 and 2. May 11, 1934, is dale of previous reprint including amend- 
ment 1 only.] ♦Paper. 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.282/3 

' — Cotle of fair competition for retail solid fuel industry, as approved on 
Feb. 14, 1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2] +469-486 p. (Registry no. 
701-11; Approved code no. 280, reprint.) [This reprint includes amend- 
ment 1 .] '= Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.28;)/2 

•i — Code of fair competition for sandstone industry, as approved on Apr. 6, 

1934. 1934. [2] +205-217 p. (Registry no. 1039-11; Approved code no. 
388, reprint) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.388/2 

* — Code of fair competition lor sanitary and waterproof specialties manu- 
facturing industry, as approved ou Mar. 17. 1934. 1934. [2] +169-182 p. 
(Registry no. S99-1-01 ; Approved code no. 342, reprint.) [This reprint in- 
cludes amendment 1.] * Pai)er, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.342/2 

J— Code of fair competition for seed trade, as approved on Feb. 2, 1935. 

1935. [2] +57-72 p. (Registry no. 122-07; Approved -code no. 547.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26106 Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.547 

^ — Code of fair competition for shovel, dragline, and crane industi\v. as 
approved on Nov. 8. 1933, by President Roosevelt. 1935. [2] +563-579 p. 
(Registry no. 1329-1-01; Approved code no. 102, reprint.) [This reprint 
includes amendments 1 and 2.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.102/2 

^ — Code of fair competition for soft fibre manufacturing industry, as aji- 
proved on Apr. 9. 1934. 1934. [2]+273-28J p. (Registry no. 242-1-02; 
Approveil code no. 393, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1 and 
2. ] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.393/2 

^ — Code of fair competition for throwing industry, as approved on Oct. 11, 
1933, by President Roosevelt. 1933 [1935]. v+9 p. (Registry no. 274-1-01 ; 
Approved code no. 54. reprint.) [This reprint includes amendments 1-3. 
The imprint date, 1933, is date of original print without amendments.] 
♦Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.54/2 

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February 1935 185 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

-^ — Code of fair competition for unit beater and/or unit ventilator manu- 
facturing industry, as approved on Feb. 10, 1934. 1934. [2] +355-369 p. 
(Registry no. 1304-04; Approved code no. 272, reprint.) [This reprint in- 
cludes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 8.N 21/8 : 7 ap.2,72/2 

■ -^ Code of fair competition for wholesaling or distributing trade, as ap- 
proved on Jan. 12. 1934, by President Roosevelt. 1934. [2]-f69-82 p. 
(Registry no. 1625-59; Approved code no. 201, reprint.) [This reprint In- 
cludes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.201/3 

^ Code of fair competition for wiping cloth industrj% as approved on Feb. 
17, 1934. 1934. [2<] +199-210 p. (Registry no. 299-1-21; Approved code 
no. 298, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.298/2 

Codes of fair competition. 

L. C. card 34-26050 

V. 15. Nos. 497—508, as approved Aug. 5—25, 1934, with supplemental codes, amend- 
ments. Executive and Administrative orders issued between these dates. 
1934. [15]-fiv-f846 p. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.,/v.l5 

V. 16. Nos. 509-519. as approved Au?. 26-Sept. 15, 1934, with supplemental codes, 
amendments. Executive and Administrative orders issued between these dates. 
1934. vi+ [15] -1-709 p. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap./v.l6 

V. 17. Nos. 520-524, as approved Sept. 16— Oct. 9, 1934, with supplemental codes, 
amendments. Executive and Administrative orders issued between these dates. 
1934. vii-h[ll]+692 p. il. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap./v.l7 

V. 18. Nos. 525—531. as approved Oct. 10-Nov. 6, 1934. with supplemental codes, 
amendments. Executive and Administrative orders issued between these dates. 
1934. viii-|-[10]+842 p. • Y 8.N 21/8 : 7 ap./v.l8 

NoTK. — The bound volumes of Codes are sold, in sets only, by the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C, who is accepting an ini- 
tial deposit of $30.00 to insure delivery of all the volumes as they become available, 
at the rate of $1.50 per volume. It is not yet possible to determine how many volumes 
will constitute the complete set. 

^ Errata sheet. Code of fair competition for retail meat trade, as approved 
on Dec. 21, 1934. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 132-34; Approved code no. 540 
[errata sheet].) Included in price of original code. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.540/errata 

^ Errata sheet, [Supplementary] code of fair competition for wiring device 
industry, as approved on Jan. 15, 1935. 1935. 1 p. (Registry no. 1308-17; 
Approved code no. 4, supplement 3 [errata sheet].) Included in price of 
supplement 3. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.4/supp.3/errata 

Labor provisions. 

Note. — In addition to the publications concerning the labor provisions of certain 
codes, issued separately, the National Recovery Administration issues a series of 
posters, each one setting forth the approved labor provisions of an individual code, 
and intended for display by employers operating under approved codes. These 
individual posters are not listed separately in the Monthly catalog. 

v^ Proposed code of fair competition for dretlge and floating plant industry, 
proposed subdivision of machiner.v and allied products industiT, as revised 
for public hearing on Feb. 19, 1935 (hearing no. 499-U). 1935. [2] +7 p. 
(Registry no. 1340-02.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 sub.l340-4)2/rev. 

-^ — Proposed supplemental code of fair competition for specialty transformer 
industry, subdivision of electrical manufacturing industry, as revised for 
public hearing on Mar. 15, 1935 (hearing no. 4-M). 1035. [2] +9 p. (Regis- 
try no. 1308-22. ) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 sub.l308-22/rev. 

-^'J — Supplementary cede of fair competition for metallic wall structure in- 
dustry, division of fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finish- 
ing and metal coating industn,-, as approved on Jan. 10, 1934. 1934. [2] + 
15 p. (Registry no. 1123-08; Approved code no. 84. supplement 1, reprint.) 
[This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.84/supp.l-2 

-^ — Supplementary code of fair competition for mine car manufacturing in- 
dustry, division of machinery and allied products industry, as approved on 
Feb. 5, 1935. 1935. [21+14 p. (Registry no. 1414-12; Approved code no. 
347, supplement 47.) * Paper, 5c. Y 3.N 21/8 : 7 ap.347/supp.47 

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186 February 1935 

Codes of fair competition — Continued. 

—^ — Supplementary code of fair competition for radiator manufacturing; in- 
dustry, product group of automotive parts and equipment manufacturinii in- 
dustry, as approved on Feb. 1, 1935. 1935. [2]-f-14 p. (Registry no. 1404- 
45; Approved code no. 105, supplement 10.) * I'aper. 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.l05/supp.l0 

—i — Supplementary code of fair competition for I'etail custom millinery trade, 
division of retail trac^e, as approved on Jan. 25, 1935. 1935. [2] +16 p. 
(Registry no. 247-09; Approved code no. 60, supplement 3.) * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.60/supp.3 



Supplementary code of fair competition for upholstery and decorative 
fabrics trade, division of wholesaling ur distributing trade, as approved on 
Mar. 6, 1934. 1934. [2] +6 p. (Registry no. 280-03; Approved code no. 201, 
supplement 1, reprint.) [This reprint includes amendment 1.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.N 21/S : 7 ap.201/supp.l-2 



NATIONAL RESOURCES BOARD 

Note. — The National Kcsources Boaril was established by the President through 
Executive order G777 of June 30, 1934. The functions of the board are to prepare and 
present to the President a program and plan of procedure dealing with the physical, 
social, governmental, and ( cont)mic aspects of public policies for the development and 
use of laud, water, and other national resources, etc. 

By the same Executive order* the National Planning Board of the Federal Emergency 
Administration of Public Works was abolishwl, and all of its powers, duties, etc., trans- 
ferred to the National Ucsources Boaid, but the final report of the National I'lanning 
Board, covering the period during which it was in existence, will be found under the Fed- 
eral Emergency Administration of Public Works, p. 152. 

Indian hnid problems and policies. Nov. 15, 1934 [published 1935]. [l]-}-9 p. 
il. 4° [I^-om Report of Land Planning Committee of National Resources 
Board, sec. 3, chapter 6.] t ^' 3.N 21 A2 : 2/a/In 25 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Court-martial ordi^r 10, 1934; Oct. 31, 1934. [1935.] 15 p. 12° [Monthly. 
Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] t N 1.14: 934/10 

Orders. General order 252 [6th series] ; Jan. 5, 1935. 1935. 1 p. 4° [Issued 
with perforations for insertion in binder.] t N 1.13/6: 252 

Telephone directory. Navy Department telephone directory [Feb. 1935] ; com- 
piled in Office of Director of Naval Communications. 1935. 48 p. 4" [Semi- 
annual.] t N 1.23: 935/1 

ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Boilers. Instructions for operation, care, and repair of boilers; reprint of 
chapter 2 of Manual of engineering instruction. Revised Nov. 1934. 1935. 
[1]+134 p. il. 2 pi. * Paper, 20c. N 19.8/2 : 2/l/rev.934 

Machincrj/. Trials and material inspections: reprint of chapter 19 of Manual 
of engineering instructions [with corrections]. Printed Aug. 1, 1928, re- 
printed [with^-hanges] Jan. 1935. [l]+l-SA+9-24A+25-28A+29-30 p. 1 pi. 
[Corrections issued bv Changes B and C have been incorporated in this re- 
print.] * Paper, lOe. N 19.8/2 : 19/rev.935 

Marine engineering. Manual of engineering instructions : chapter 19, Trials and 
material inspections [with corrections]. Printed Aug. 1, 1928. reprinted [with 
changes] Jan. 1935. i+l-8A+9-24A+25-2SA-f 29-30 p. 1 pi. [Corrections 
issued by Changes B and C have been incorporated in this reprint. Issnefl 
in loose-leaf form for use of the service. This chapter has also been issued 
for sale in pamphlet form with title Trials and material inspections, for 
which see above.] % N 19.8^2: 19/l-2/rcv.935 

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February 1935 187 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU 

Report. Annual report of surgeon general, Navy, chief of Bureau of Medicine 
and Surgery, to Secretary of Navy, concerning statistics of diseases and 
injuries in Navy, calendar year 1933. 1934. iv+177 p. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card S-9360 N 10.15 : 933 

Note. — The report of the surgeon general, Navy, is now divided into 3 parts. The 
first part dealing with the general facts regarding the health of the Navy i.s published 
in the Annual report of the Secretary of Navy, 1934. The second part dealing with 
the activities of the Medical Department for the fiscal year 1934 is not published, but 
mimeographed copies of This part of the Keport are made for use of various Government 
departments. The statistics of diseases and injuries with the various statistical tables, 
are here printed separately as a measure of convenience and economy. 

NAVAL WAR COLLEGE 

International laic situations, with solutions and notes, 1933; [by George Grafton 
Wilson]. 1934. v+150 p. * Cloth, $1.00. 
L. C. card 35-26110 N 15.7/1 : 933 

NAVIGATION BUREAU 

Nary directory, officers of Navy and Marine Corps, including officers of Naval 
Reserve (active). Marine Corps Reserve (active), and foreign officers serv- 
ing with Navy, Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. iii+290 p. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 25c. 
single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.35. N 1.24 : 935/1 

HYDEOGRAPHIC OFFICE 

Note. — The charts, sailing directions, manuals, etc., of the Hydrographic Oflice are sold 
by the office in Washington and also by agents at the principal American and foreign 
seaports and American lake ports. Copies of the General catalogue of mariners' charts 
and books and of the Hydrographic bulletins, reprints, and Notice to mariners are sup- 
plied free on application at the Hydrographic Office in Washington and at the branch 
offices in Boston, New York. PhiladelplBia. Baltimore. Norfolk. Savannah, New Orleans, 
Galveston, San Francisco, San Pedro, Talif.. San .Tuan. P. R., Captain of the Port, Panama 
Canal, Portland (Oreg.), Seattle, Honolulu, T. H., Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, 
Sault Ste. Marie, and Duluth. 

Africa. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 105, Sailing directions 
for southwest coast of Africa, corrections and additions from Notices to mari- 
ners and other sources from date of publication (Oct. 1, 1932) to Jan. 1, 1935. 
1935. [1]+11 leaves, j N 6.8 : 105/932-3 

Australia. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 170, Sailing directions 
for Australia, v. 4, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners and 
other sources from date of publication (Oct. 1, 1932) to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. 
[1] + 3 leaves, t N 6.8 : 170/932-3 

Great Britain. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 148, British Is- 
lands pilot, V. 5, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners and other 
sources from date of publication (June 28, 1926) to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. [1] + 
6 leaves, f N 6.8 : 148/926-6 

HiiflrograpMc bulletin, weekly, no. 2370-73 ; Feb. 6-27, 1935. 1935. Each 1 p. 
f° t N 6.3 : 2370-2373 

Ireland. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 146. Sailing directions 
for Ireland, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners and other 
sources from date of publication (Jan. 1, 1934) to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. [1] + 
3 leaves, t N 6.8 : 146/934-2 

Lights. List of lights and fog signals: v. 1, Coasts of North and South America 
(excepting United States), West Indies, and Hawaiian Islands; corrected to 
Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. 601 p. map. ( [Publication] 30.) t Paper, 90c. 
L. C. card 7-24405 N 6.8 : 30/935 

Same : v. 2, Islands of Pacific and Indian oceans, Australia, Asia, and east 

coast of Africa ; corrected to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. 663 p. map. ( [Publication] 
31.) t Paper, 90c. N 6.8 : 31/935 

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Lights — Continued. 

Same: v. 3, West coasts of Europe and Africa, Mediterranean Sea, Black 

Sea, and Sea of Azov ; corrected to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. 573 p. map. ( [Publi- 
cation] 32.) t Paper, 90c. N 6.S : 32/935 

Same : v. 4, British Islands, English Channel, and North Sea ; corrected to 

Jan. 1, 1935, [Notice to mariners] 52, 1934. 1935. ii+507 p. map. ( [Pub- 
lication] 33.) t Paper, 90c. N 6.8: 33/935 

Same: v. 6, Baltic Sea, with Kattegat, Belts and Sound, and Gulf of 

Bothnia ; corrected to Jan. 1, 1935, [Notice to mariners] 52, 1934. 1935. ii+ 
515 p. map. ( [Publication] 35.) t Paper, 90c. N 6.8: 35/935 

1935 supplement to List of lights, v. 5 [Hydrographic Office publication] 

34, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners and other sources from 
date of publication (Jan. 1, 1934) to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. [1]+14 leaves, t 

N 6.8 : 34/934-2 

Malacca Strait. Supplement to Hydrographic Office^ publication 1G2, Sailing di- 
rections for Malacca Strait and Sumatra, corrections and additions from No- 
tices to mariner.s and other sources from date of publication (Oct. 1932) to 
Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. [1]+ 7 leaves, t N G.S : 102/932-3 

Xaval air pilot, Alaska Peninsula, southern and southeastern Alaska; corrected 
to June 1, 1934. Notice to aviators 11, 1934. 1934. v+2;^6 p. il. 3 maps, 18 p. 
of maps. ([Publication] 188.) [Pages 156-168 are left blank, to be used for 
corrections and additions.] t Fabrikoid, $1.80. 

L. C. cartl 26-27471 N 6.8 : 188/934 

Note. — HydroKiJiphic Office publication 188. Naval air pilot of Alaska rcniusula, 
southern and soutlieastern Alaska, is dcsliined to furnish information of assistance in 
the navlKalion of aircraft in tlie afor(>meutioned areas. The publication is divided into 
3 parts and contains information on aircraft facilities and such other speciflc data as 
are considered of value. Part 1 contains f,'en(>ral information concerning topoKraphic 
features, operatint; facilities, meteorological conditions, air routes, and distances, pt. 2 
contains detailed information and sketches of seaplane aiichoraiii's, and landing fields, 
pt. 3 contains photographs of seaplane ancliorages, landing fields, landmarks, and other 
aids to air navigation. 

Narigatioii. American practical navigator, epitome of navigation and nautical 
astronomy, originally by Natbiiniel Bowditch ; pul)li.'<he(l by Hydrographic 
Oflicc. I Edition of 192.1, revised 1930, reprint with changes] 1934. l-178p 
-f 179-852 p. il. 1 pi. 1 tab. large 8° ([Publication] 9.) t Cloth. .$2.25. 
L. C. card 35-26167 N 6.8: 9/934 

Newfoundland. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 73, Sailing 
directions for Newfoundland, corrections and additions from Notices to mar- 
iners and other sources from date of publication (Mar. 19, 1931) to Jan. 
1, 1935. 1935. 111+5 leaves, t N 6.8 : 73/931-4 

Notice to aviators 3 and 4, 1935; Feb. 1 and 15 [10351. [1935.] 22 leaves and 

11 leaves, narrow 12" [Semimonthly. Issued with perforations for inser- 
ti(tn in binder.] t 

L. C. card 20-2G958 N 6.25 : 9.35/3, 4 

Notice to mariners 6-9, 1935; Feb. 7-28 [1935]. [1935.] [xv] +111-188 leaves. 
[Weekly.] t N 6.11 : 93.5/6-9 

Nora Scotia. Supplement to Hydrographic Office publication 99, Nova Scotia 
pilot, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners and other sources 
from date of publication (Feb. 22, 1930) to Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. [1]+14 
leaves, t N 6.8 : 99/930-6 

Siberia. Supplement to Hydrographic Office jniblication 122, Sailing directions 
for Sil>eria and Chosen, corrections and additions from Notices to mariners 
and other sources from date of publication (Oct. 22, 1932) to Jan. 1, 19.35. 
1935. [11+12 leaves, t N 6.8 : 122/932-3 

Tide calendars. Tide calendar [for Baltimore (Fort McHenry) and Cape 
Henry], Mar. 1935. 1935. 1 p. 4° [Monthly.] t N 6.22/2 : 935/3 

Tide calendar [for Norfolk Navy Yard and Newport News, Va.], Apr. 

1935. 1935. 1 p. 4° [Monthly.] t N 6.22/1 : 9-3.5/4 

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CMrts 

Barkley Sound, south side of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, 
original British survey in 1861 ; chart 1449. Scale naut. m.=1.5 in., natural 
scale 1 : 48.642. Washington, Hvdrographic Office, published Feb. 1895, 20th 
edition, Nov. 1934. 25.2X38.7 in. t 4Uc. N 6.18 : 1449 

Culahar River, Bight of Biafra, southern Nigeria, Africa, west coast, from 
British surveys between 1903 and 1930; with inset, Duketown Anchorage, 
from British surveys in 1903 and 1930; chart 2293. Scale naut. m.=1.2 in., 
natural scale 1 : 60,000. Washington. Hydrographic Office, published Oct. 
1906, 3d edition, Nov. 1934. 50.2X29 in. t 60c. N 6.18 : 2293 

China, east coast, Wenchow Bay to Kueshan Is., from British surveys between 
1843 and 1887 ; with inset, Shihpu Road and Harbor, from British surveys 
between 1843 and 1892 ; chart 3180. Natural scale 1 : 292,045 at lat. 28°30'. 
Washington, Hydrographic Office, published Sept. 1914, 5th edition, Jan. 1935. 
25.8X38.6 in. t 40c. N 6.18 : 3180 

Honshu, northwest coast, Japan, Tsuuo Shima to Esaki Ko, from Japanese 
surveys in 1889 and 1928, with additions from other sources to 1931 : chart 
2447. Natural scale 1 : 100,605. Washington, Hydrogi-aphic Office, published 
Jan. 1908, 4th edition, Nov. 1934. 27.1X39.4 in. t 50c. N 6.18 : 2447 

Pacific Ocean. South Pacific Ocean, sheet 3 ; chart 825. Natural scale 1 : 5,990,- 
157 at lat. 35°. Washington. Hydrographic Office, Dev,. 1934. 47.3X32.9 in. 
[Magnetic variation cui-ves are for 1933.] t 70c. N 6.18 : 825 

Pilot charts. Pilot chart of Central American waters. Mar. 1935; chart 8500. 
Scale 1° long.=0.7 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Feb. 21, 1935. 
23.3X35.1 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by 
the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.24 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Radio bearings. — Sailing directions for Baliiii Honda 
and Montijo Bay. Panama. — Sailing directions for coast of Panama in vicinity of 
Puerto Armuelles. — Finding latitude by observed altitude of Polaris. 

Pilot chart of Indian Ocean. Apr. 1935; chart 2603. Scale 1° long.= 

0.2 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Fob. 20, 1935. 22.6X31 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.17 : 935/4 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Radio bearings. — Sailing directions for Bahia Honda 
and Montijo Bay, Panama. — Sailing directions for coast of Panama in vicinity of 
Puerto Armuelles. — Finding latitude by observed altitude of Polaris. 

■ Pilot chart of north Atlantic Ocean, Mar. 1935; chart 1400. Scale 1° 

long. =0.27 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Feb. 25. 1935. 23.1X31.8 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] f 10c. 

L. C. card 14-16339 N 6.15/1 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Line-squalls ; by R. Hanson Weightman. 

Pilot chart of north Pacific Ocean, Apr. 1935; chart 1401. Scale 1° 

long.=0.2 in. Washington, Hydrographic Office, Feb. 20, 1935. 23.8X35.1 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.16 : 935/4 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Radio bearings. — Sailing directions for Bahia Honda 
and Montijo Bay, Panama. — Sailing directions for coast of Panama in vicinity of 
Puerto Armuelles. — Finding latitude by observed altitude of Polaris. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Atlantic Ocean. Mar. 1935 ; chart 1400a. 

Scale 1° long. =0.27 in. Washington. Hydrographic Office, Feb. 25, 193.5. 
23X31.8 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.28 : 935/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Line-squalls ; by R. Hanson Weightman. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Pacific Ocean, Apr. 1935; chart 1401a. 

Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. AVashington, Hydrographic Office, Feb. 26, 1935. 
23.8X35.4 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished bv the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.29: 935/4 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Line-squalls ; by R. Hanson Weightman. 

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Pllfmouth Sound, England, south coast, from latest British surveys ; chart 4r»25. 
Scale 1.000 .vfls.=5.S in., natural scale 1:6,169. Washington, Hytlrographic 
Office, pnblislied Aug. 1915, 8th edition, Nov. 1934. 26.8X39.5 in. t -ioc. 

N 6.18 : 4525 

Trieste, Gulf of. Gulf of Trieste (Golfo di Trieste). Adriatic, Mediterranean 
Sea, from Italian .surveys to 1930: with inset. Porto di Trieste and Baia di 
Muggia. from Italian surveys between 1924 and 1930: chart 4tW9. Natural 
scale 1 : 70,(X)0 at lat. 45°40'. Washington. Hvdrographic Office, imblished Aug. 
1914, 8th edition, Nov. 1934. 26X50.4 in. t 60c. N 6.18: 4069 

EEORUITING BUREAU 

[Poster] 355. [Press of Navy Recruiting Bureau. New York, Jan. 8. 1935.1 
14X17 in. [Title is : What the Navy is doing.] t N 17.2,3/1 : 355 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Maiiual. Change 11, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts manual [19291 ; Jan. 1, 
1935. [1935.] iii p. [Accompanied by reprints of certain pages to be inserted 
in their proper places in the Manual. A list of these reprinted pages is given 
on p. iii of Ciiange 11 here cataloged.] t N 20.13 : Su 7/2/929, ch. 11 

Memovundn. Bureau of Supitlies and Accounts memoranda 388: Jan. 1, 1935. 
Jan. 1935. ii+3-27 p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda. 1931.] J N 20.7/1 : 388 

Same 389: Feb. 1, 19.35. [Feb. 1935.] ii-f-.3-21 p. [Monthly. Issued in 

loose-leaf form for ii;sertion in Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda. 
1931.] t N 20.7/1: 389 

Naval expenditureft, 1934. 1935. iv-}-353 p. 4° * Paper. 50c. 

L. C. card 11-20038 N 20.2 : Ex 7/934 

Naval supplies. Index of specifications used by Navy Department for naval 
stores and material. Jan. 2. 1935. iv+71 p. 12° [Semiannual. Issued with 
perforations for insertion in binder.] % N 20.6/3 : 935/1 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Note. — The Pati Amorican Union sells its own monthly Biillotin. booklpt.s, nnd other 
publications, at prices usually ranjrlmr from He. to $:i.."tO. Th" price of an.v rclition of the 
Bulletin is l."e. a sinjile cop.v. t'u' Enixlish edition is SL.'iO a yrar, the Spanish edition $1.00 
a year, the rortuiriiese edition $1.00 a yt'ar; there is an additional charge of 75c. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the I'an .Vnierican Union. Beirinninji with .T;in. 1925, 
the I'an American Union boyan the publication of 4 series, in Spanish and I'ortu^jupse. on 
the foilowinjr subjects: AKricultiirc : Kd'nalioii: Finance, ind-istry jind cuiiinierci- ; IMihlic 
health and social welfare. The Spanish series is issued bimonthly and the Portuguese 
trlmontbly. They are not i)ubllsbed in Englisb. The subscription price is 50c. for 12 
issues of any one of these series ; single copies of any series, 5c. Address the Pan American 
Union. Washington, D. C. 

Atypieal children. Tendencias recentes na ednca^ao dos anormais; [por Chris- 
tine P. Ingram]. [1934.] ii + 14 p. il. (Serie sobreeducaQaono. 50, novembro 
de 1934.) [Do Bol'tim da Uniao Panamericana, novembro 1934.] f Paper, 
5c.; subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. PA 1.13 :p 50 

Bulletin (English edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union, Feb. 1935: [v. 69, 
no. 2]. [1935.] iv+77-151 p. il. [Monthly. For price, see note above under 
center head.] 
L. C. card 8-30967 PA 1.6 : e 69/2 

Same. (H. doc. 51, pt. 2. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

(Portuguese edition). Boletim da Uniao Pan-Americana, fevereiro 1935; 

[v. 37, no. 2]. [1935.] iv+61-120 p. il. [Monthly. For price, see note above 
under center head.] 

L. C. card 11-27014 I'A 1.6 : p 37/2 

(Spanish edition). Boletin de la Union Panamericana, fei)rero 1935; 

[v. 09, no. 2]., [1935.] iv +85-168 p. 11. [Monthly. For price, see note 

above under center head.] 

L. C. card 12-12555 PA 1.6 : s 69/2 

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Commercial policy. La nueva politica comercial de los Estados Unidos; [por 
Guillermo A. Suro]. [1935.] ii+10 p. (Serie sobre finauzas, industria y 
comercio no. 81, diciembre de 1934.) [Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, 
diciembre 1934.] t Paper, 5c.; subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. 

PA 1.14 : s 81 

Social sen-ice. O seryi^o social no Chile: [por Leo Cordemans de Bray]. 
[1934.] ii+10 p. il. (S6rie sobre saude publica e previsao social no. 50, 
novembro de 1934.) [Do Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, novembro 1934.] 
t Paper, 5c. ; subscription price for 12 issues of series, •50c. PA 1.15 : p 50 

Straioherries. Cultivo de la fresa en paises calientes ; [por J. C. Th. Uphof]. 
[1935.] ii+14 p. il. (Serie sobre agricultura no. 101, diciembre de 1934.) 
[Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, diciembre 1934.] t Paper, 5c. ; suth 
scription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. PA 1.12 : s 101 

TuhercuJosis in animals. La tuberculosis del ganado. [1934.] ii+22 p. il. 
(Serie sobre agricultura nos. 99 y 100, octubre y noviembre de 1934.) [Del 
Boletin de la Union Panamericana, octubre y noviembre 1934.] t Paper, 10c. 
(2 numbers combined) ; subscription price for 12 issues of series, 50c. 

PA 1.12 : s 99, 100 
Contents. — 1, Erradicacion de la tuberculosis del ganado vacuno ; por Alexander E. 
Wight. — 2, Erradicacion de la tuberculosis en his aves y en los cerdos ; por Elmer 
Lash. 

Vacations. Lo que pueden bacer los escolares en las vaeaciones ; [por Eugene T. 
Lies]. [1935.] ii+10 p. il. (Serie sobre educacion no. 95, diciembre de 
1934.) [Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, diciembre 1934. Traducido 
de una adaptacion de The new leisure challenges the schools. National Recrea- 
tion Association, New York.] t Paper, 5c. ; subscription price for 12 is.sues 
of series, 50c. PA 1.13 : s95 

PANAMA CANAL 

Note. — Although The Panama Canal makes its reports to. and is under the supervision 
of, the Secretary of War, it is not a part of the War Department. 

Appropriationf,. Estimates for The Panama Canal, 1936. [1935.] cover title, 
[l]+656-G70 p. 4" [Extract from Bud-^et Bureau, Budget, 1936.] t 

W 79.11/2 : Es 8/986 

Panama Canal record, v. 28. no. 7 ; Feb. 15, 1935. Balboa Heights, O. Z. 
[1935.] p. 105-120. [Monthly.] 

L. C. card 7-353l'8 W 79.5 : 28/7 

Note. — The yearly subscription rate of the Panama Canal record, issued monthly, 
is 50e. domestic, and $1.00 foreign, except in the case of Government departments 
and bureaus. Members of Congress, representatives of foreign Governments, steamship 
lines, chambers of commerce, boards of trade, and university and public libraries, 
to wliom the Record is distributed free. Tl-.e word " domfstic " refers to the United 
States, Canada, Canal Zone, Cuba, Guam, Hawaii, Manua, Mexico, the Philippines, 
Puerto Rico, Republic of Panama. Tutuila, nnd the Virgin Islands. Subscriptions will 
commence with tbe issue of the Record in the month in which the subscriptions are 
received, unless otherwise requested. Remittances should be made payable to Disburs- 
ing Clerk, The Panama Canr.l, hut should lie forwariled to the Cliief of Otlirv The 
Panama Canal, Washington, D. C. The name and address to which the Record is to 
be sent should be plainly written. I'ostage stamps, foreign money, and defaced or 
smooth coins will not be accepted. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 

Telephone directory. The Panama Canal, telephone directory, Jan. 1, 1935. 
Panama Canal Press, Mount Hope, C. Z., 1935. cover title, 236 p. il. 
t Paper, 40c., Chief of Office, The Panama Canal, Washington, D. C. 

W 79.2 : T 23/5/935 

POST OFS'ICE DEPARTMENT 

Address. Proper address and return card on mail ; [issued by] 3d assistant 
Postmaster General. Jan. 24, 1935. 1 p. 16° t P 4.2 : Ad 2/9/935 

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Bonds of United States. Instructions concorning issuance and payment of 
United States savinjis bonds ; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 
Feb. 18, 1935. 2 leaves, f" t P 4.2 : B 64/0 

United States savings bonds, their purchase with postal-savings certiti- 

cates; [issued bv] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Feb. 21, 193."). 1 p. 
narrow 8° t P 4.2 : B 64/7 

Form 3547, key number; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Feb. i, 
1935. 1 p. oblong 48° t P 4.2 : F 76/13/935 

Latvia. Mail addressed to Latvia; [issued by] 2d assistant Postmaster Gen- 
eral. Jan. 29, 1935. 1 p. narrow f° t P3.2:L35 

Lotteries. Postal laws relating to lotteries, schemes to defraud, etc. [Re- 
print 193.").] [3] p. 4° t 
L. C. card 34-2G59S P 1.12 : L 91/2-2 

Mahonia euttin<}s. Removal of i-estrictions on shipment of maht)nia cuttings 
for decorative purposes only ; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster (Jeueral. 
Feb. 21, 1935. 1 p. oblong 48° t P 4.2 :Q 2/10 

M iliraukec. Wis. Scheme of primary separation for use in post office at Mil- 
waukee. Wis.; corrected to Nov. 15, 1934. 1935. [1] -1-1-2 p.+leaves 3-89, 
narrow 12° ¥ P I.IS : M G4/934 

Money orders. Stolen money-order forms; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster 
General. Feb. 5. 1935. 1 p. oblong :52° t P 4.7 : 935/5 

Stolen money-order forms; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 

Feb. 12. 1935. 1 p. oblong 32" t P 4.7: 935/0 

Stolen money-order forms ; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. 

Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p. oblong 32" t P 4.7 : 935/7 

Pan Amrriran countries. Free mailing privilege of consuls of Pan American 
countries; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Feb. 23, 1935. 
1 p. oblong 48° t P 4.2 : F 87/2 

Parcel post convention between United States and Norway ; [signed Washing- 
ton. Nov. 9. 1934. Oslo, Oct. 6. 1934, approved Nov. 13, 19.34]. [1935.] 32 p. 
IKnglish and Norwegian.] ♦Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26077 P 1.9 : N 83/3 

Portland, Maine. Scheme of citv distribution, Portland, Maine, Sept. 19;?4. 

1934. iii p.-f50 leaves, narrow 12° t P 1.18 : P 83/2/934 

Post offlees. Information regarding 1st- and 2d-class post offices; [issued by 
1st assistant Postmaster General]. Revised Dec. 1934. [1935.] 4 p. 4° t 

P 2.2 : F 51/934 

Post offices bv classes in each State and Territorv on Jan. 1. 1935. 

1935. 1 p. t ' P 1.2 : P 84/13/935 

Po\stagc sta7nps. Special issue of postage stamps in uncut sheets and blocks ; 
[issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Feb. 1.5. 1935. 1 p. narrow 
large 8° t P 4.2 : St 23/51 

Postal hulletin. Index to Postal bulletin, [calendar] year 1934, v. 55. [1935.] 
6 leaves, f° Included in price of Postal bulletin for subscribers. 

P 1.3 : 55/ind. 

Postal bulletin, v. 56. no. 10G03-621 ; Feb. 1-28, 1935. 1935. various 

paging, f" [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.] * Paper, 5c. 
single copy, $2.00 a yr. 

L. C. card G-5810 P 1.3: 56 

Postal guide. United States official postal guide, 4th series, v. 14, no. 8; Feb. 
1935, monthly supplement. [1935.] cover title, 50 p. [Includes Changes 
83-94 affecting United States official postal guide for July 1934, and Insert 
177 to Postal laws and regulations of United States, edition of 1932. Text 
on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Official postal guide, with supplements, .^2.25, foreign 
subscription, $3.00; July issue, $1..50 : supplements published monthly (11 
l)amphlets), 75c., foreign subscription, $1.10. 
L. C. card 4-18254 P l.lO/l : 934/8 

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Postal laiDS. Amendments to Postal laws and regulations [of United States], 
edition of 1932, Inserts 6&-S9 ; Jan.-May 1934. [1934.] 2 leaves, narrow 
i" [These Inserts have been published from 'time to time in connection 
with the monthlv issues of the United States official postal guide.] * Paper, 
5e. P 1.11/2 : 932/66-89 

Postal savings, statistical reports, Forms PS 541 and 541-C/A; [issued by] 
3d assistant Postmaster General. Jan. 21, 1935. 1 p. oblong 48° t 

P 4.2 : P 84/52 

Postmark impressions; [issued by] 3d assistant Postmaster General. Feb. 20, 
1935. 1 p. oblong 32° t P 4.2 :P 84/53 

St. Joseph, Mo. Scheme for city distribution for use in post office at St. 
Joseph, Mo., streets, numbers, and carrier districts ; corrected to Oct. 1, 
1934. 1934. ii p. +31 leaves, narrow 12° t P 1.18 : Sa2j/934 

INTERNATIONAL POSTAL SERVICE DIVISION 

Steamboats. Schedule of steamers carrying mails from United States and 
United States mails from Habana, Cuba, to foreign countries, also to Terri- 
tory of Hawaii and to possessions of United States, schedule of air mail 
routes from United States to and in foreign countries. Mar. 1935. [Feb. 20, 
1935.] 12 p. f° [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, 75c. 
L. C. card 25-26231 P 8.5 : 935/3 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

Hail routes. Schedule of mail routes, no. 131, Feb. 21, 1935, 15th division. 
Railway Mail Service, comprising main lines of Pennsylvania Railroad System 
from New York, N. Y.. via Pittsburgh, Pa., to Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo., 
and collateral lines that may be designated. Iron City Printing Co., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. [Feb. 21, 1935]. 96 p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/15 : 131 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 437, Feb. 14, 1935, 8th division. Railway 

Mail Service, comprising Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah. 
San Francisco P. O. [Feb. 20, 1935]. 144 p. narrow 8° $ P 10.12/S: 437 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 505, Feb. 12, 1935. 3d division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, 
and West Virginia (except peninsula of Maryland and Virginia). [1935.] 
136 p. narrow 8° $ P 10.12/3 : 505 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 537, Feb. 20, 1035. 6th division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Illinois and Iowa. n. p. [Feb. 20, 1935]. 168 p. nar- 
row 8° t P 10.12/6 : 537 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 561, Feb. 27, 1935, 4th division, Railway 

Mail Service, comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and 
Tennessee. Lyon- Young Printing Co., Atlanta [Feb. 27, 1935]. 128+ [1] p. 
narrow 8° $ P 10.12/4 : 561 

TOPOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Note. — A lis^t of post route maps, prepared primarily for the postal service but avail- 
able to the public, is given below. New editions are published about once a year. Eicli 
of these maps shows all post offices within the State and indicates how each is supplied 
with mail. County boundario'; are shown and each county is named, but only the prin- 
cipal drainage features are delineated. These maps show no highways and only such 
railroads as carry mail. The maps listed at 60 cents each are single-sheet maps ; those 
priced at $1.20 are 2-sheet maps. 

Rural delivery routes, not indicated on the post route maps, are shown in detail on 
county or local center maps which, with a few exceptions, are drawn to the scale of 
1 : 02.-500 or 1 : 6.S..360 (1 mile to the inch). Maps of more than 1,470 counties in the 
United States have been prepared by the Post Office Department and blue-line prints, 
made from the latest available negatives, are sold for .50 cents per copy. Each county 
map shows, in addition to the roads traveled by rural carriers, all post offices within 
the county at the time the negative was made and all other roads, houses, schools, and 
churches known at the time the map was originally drawn, together with an outline 

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194 February 1935 

of the drainage. A list of the county maps on file will be furnished upon application to 
the Disbursing Clerk, Post Office Department, Washington, D. C. Rural delivery routes 
emanating from post offices in cpunties for -which county maps have not been drawn are 
shown on local center maps. Blueprint copies of such maps are sold at 25 cents each. 
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PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

Alaska. Executive order, revocatiDU in part of Executive order 2539 of Feb. 
26, 1917, witlidrawing public lands, Alaska. Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 
6972.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Al ls/28 

— Executive order, withdrawal of public land for wild-life administrative 

site, Alaska. Jan. 11, 1935. [2] p. il. 4° (No. 09-16.) ^^^ Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Al lS/24 

• Executive order, withdrawal of public lands for classification and in aid 

of legislation, Alaska. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6957.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Al ls/25 

Arizona. Executive order, modifying Executive order 2295 of Jan. 1, 1916, 
withdrawing public lands in Arizona for rifle range. Feb. 19, 1935. 1 p. 4° 
(No. 6971.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Ar 4i/ll 

Birds. Amending regulations on migratory game birds, proclamation. [Feb. 2, 
1935.] 2 p. 4° (TNo. 2116.]) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : B 532/3 

Bones, Helen W. Executive order, authorization to appoint Helen Woodx'ow 
Bones. Apr. 21, 1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6686 A.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/45 

Brockwap, Mrs. Myrtle K. Executive order, authorizing appointment of Mrs. 
Myrtle K. Brockway to clerical position in General Accounting Office without 
regard to civil-service rules. Jan. 24, 1935. 1 d. 4° (No. 6951.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/44 

Codes of fair com petition. Executive order, amending code of fair competition 
for brewing industry. Feb. 7, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6965.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 648/344 

Executive order, amending code of fair competition for distilled spirits 

rectifying industry. Jan. 31, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6954.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 648/342 

— — Executive order, amendment to code of fair competition for automobile 
manufacturing industry. [Jan. 31, 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 6955.]) * Paper, 
5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/343 

Executive order, code of fair competition for auto rebuilding and refln- 

ishing trade [approving code, subject to certain condition]. Jan. 24, 1935. 
1 p. 4° (No. 6952 A.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/341 

Executive order, code of fair competition for cigarette, snuff, chewing, 

and smoking tobacco manufacturing industry [approving code]. Feb. 9, 1935. 
1 p. 4" (No. 69{>9.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/346 

— — ■ Executive order, code of fair competition for motor vehicle maintenance 
trade [approving code, subject to certain conditions]. [Jan. IS, 1935.] 2 p. 
4" ( [No. 6948 A.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 648/340 

Executive order, code of fair competition for paper and pulp industry, 

amendment to article 5. Feb. 5, 1935. 2 p. 4° (No. 6964 B.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 648/345 

Federal Emerfjency Relief Administration. Executive order, transfer of funds 

to Federal Emergency Relief Administration from funds allocated to Federal 

Civil Works Administration. Jan. 24, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6952.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Em 32f/7 

Federal Prison Indtostries, Inc. Executive order, amendment of Executive 
order 6917 of Dec. 11, 1934, creating Federal Prison Industries, Inc. Feb. 4, 
1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6956.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : F 317p/3 

Federal reserve notes. Extending for 2 years period within which Federal Re- 
serve Board may authorize Federal reserve banks to offer, and Federal re- 
serve agents to accept, direct obligations of United States as collateral se- 
curity for Federal reserve notes, proclamation. [Feb. 14, 19.35.] 2 p. 4" 
( [No. 2117.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 : F 317/2 

Fort Jefferson National Monument, Fla., proclamation. [Jan. 4, 1935.] 2 p. 
map, 4° ([No. 2112.]) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.7 :F 775 

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196 February 1935 

Government offldals and employees. Executive order, exempting certain posi- 
tions from salary classification. Jan. 25, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6953.) * Pa- 
per, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Sa 31 

Harris, Will. Executive order, authorization to appoint Will Harris. Jan. 31, 
1934 [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6577 A.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Ap 61/46 

Indians. Executive order, extension of trust period on allotments made to In- 
dians of Crow Creek band of Sioux, South Dakota. Feb. 9, 1935. 1 p. 4" 
(No. 6968.) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : In 2/9 

■ Executive order, extension of trust periods on allotments made to Indians 

of Colville Reservation, Wash. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6962.) * Paper, 5c, 

Pr 32.5 : In 2/8 

Executive order, extension of trust periods on allotments made to Indians 

of Klamath Reservation, Oreg. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6961.) * Pa- 
per, 5c. Pr 32.5 : In 2/7 

Killcohook }fioraton/ Bird Refuge. Executive order, enlarging Killcohook Mi- 
gratorv Bird Refuge, N. J. [Feb. 4, 1935.] 3 p. il. 4° ([No. 6960.]) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : B 532/3 

Masonry. Executive order, approving agreement hotwcon members of division 
of mason contractors division of construction industry, and bricklaycM- and 
stone mason employees in region of all of Tulsa, Rogers, Craig, and Ottawa 
counties, and all of Creek County, except towns of Oilton, Drumright. and 
Shamrock, and 10 miles of Osage County, beyond or from boundary lines of 
Tulsa Countv, all in Oklahoma. [Jan. 22, 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 6949 A.]) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 766/14 

National forests. Executive order, restoration to entry of certain tracts of 
land in Chugach National Forest, Alaska. Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6966.) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : Al ls/27 

Executive order, restoration to entry of certain tracts of land in Tcmgass 

National Forest, Alaska. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6959.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : Al ls/26 

Nevada. Executive order, withdrawal of public lands for use of Department 
of Navy, Nevada. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6958.) * Paper. 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : N 411/7 

Painting, Industrial. Executive order, approving agreement between members 
of division of painliiig, paperhanging, and decorating division of construc- 
tion industry, and journeyman painter, paperhanger, and decorator employees 
in region of all of Utab, Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, and Cache counties, and 
all of that portion of Boxelder County east of range of moimtains known as 
Blue Springs Hills, all in Utah. [Jan. 19, 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 6948 B.]) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 766/13 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging. and decorating division of construction industry, and 
painter, paperhanger. and decorator employees in region of comity of Na- 
trona, Wyo. Jan. 29, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6953 B.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 766/16 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging, and decorating division of construction industry, 
and painter, paperhanger, and decorator employees in region of Knox 
County, lud, Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6964 A.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 :C 766/17 

Executive order, approving agreement between members of division of 

painting, paperhanging, and decorating division of construction industry, and 
painter, paperhanger, and decorator employees in region of Wheeling, W. Va., 
and vicinity. Jan. 28, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6953 A.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : C 766/15 

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Public Health Service. Executive order, amendment of Schedule A, subdivision 
3, paragraph 7, of civil-service rules [relating to Treasury Department, so as 
to except from examination certain positions in Public Health Service]. 
Feb. 15, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6970.) * Pai^er, oc. Fr 32.5 : C 499/20 

Public lands. Executive order, withdrawal for classification of all public land 
in certain States. [Feb. 5, 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 6964.]) * Paper, 5c. 

Pr 32.5 : P 96/9 

Shellfish pests. Veto message on H. R. 4018, to provide for investigation, con- 
trol, and eradication of marine organisms injurious to shellfish in Atlantic 
and Gulf States. Feb. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 109, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Textile Work Assignment Board, etc. Executive order, amending Executive 
order 6S77 providing rules and regulations for administration of paragraph 
2 of sec. 3 of wool textile code [by Wool Textile Work Assignment Board]. 
Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6955 A.) * Paper, 5c. Pr32.5: W S8/2 

Tile contractinff. Executive order, approving agreement between employer 
members of tile contracting division of construction industry and tile layer, 
helper, and apprentice employees in region included in Philadelphia, Dela- 
ware, Montgomery, Chester, and part of Bucks counties, in Pennsylvania, 
and Camden, Gloucester, and part of Burlington counties, in New Jersey. 
[Feb. S, 1935.J 2 p. 4° ( [No. 6967 A.] ) * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : C 766/18 

Treasury Department. Executive order [authorizing fiscal assistant Secretary 
of Treasury to perform duties of Secretary of Treasury in absence of Sec- 
retary of Treasury and under Secretary of Treasury and authorizing senior 
assistant Secretary of Treasury to perform such duties in absence of those 
already named]. July 11, 1933, [published] 1935. 1 p. 4° (No. 6202 B.) 

* Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : T 71 

Treasury and Post OflSce departments appropriation bill, 1936, message 

transmitting, for consideration of Congress, certain amendments to H. K. 
4442, making appropriations for Treasury and Post Office departments, fiscal 
year 1936. Feb. 12, 1935. 3 p. (S. doc. 19, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [The pro- 
posed amendments are for the purpose of paying the salaries of certain em- 
ployees in the Treasury Department who have been on a nonpay status since 
Nov. 30, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. Recommendation that national industrial recovery act be ex- 
tended for 2 years, message transmitting recommendation that national in- 
dustrial recovery act be extende<^l for 2 years. Feb. 20, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 
105, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26128 

Veterans. Executive order: Veterans regulation 1(f), Entitlement to pen- 
sions. [Feb. 8, 1935.] 2 p. 4° ([No. 6967.]) [Amends Veterans regulation 
1(a), as amended.] * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : V &41/lf 

Same, with message of transmittal, and with title. Executive order 6967, 

message transmitting Executive order 6967, Veterans' regulation 1 (f) [Enti- 
tlement to pensions] approved Feb. 8, 1935. Feb. 12, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 9'7, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

■ Executive order: Veterans regulation 10 (d), Miscellaneous provisions. 

Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. 4" (No. 6963.) [Amends Veterans regulation 10, as 
amended by 10 (b).] * Paper, 5c. Pr 32.5 : V 641/lOd 

Same, with message of transmittal, and with title, Executive order 6963, 

message transmitting Executive order 6963, Veterans regulation 10 (d) 
[Miscellaneous provisions] approved Feb. 5, 1935. Feb. 6, 1935. 2 p. (H. 
doc. 93, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION" 

Report. Annual report of assistant director general of railroads, [calendar 
year] 1934. Feb. 20, 1935. 10 p. (H. doc. 106, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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198 February 1935 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Chicago, Rock Islaud and Pacific Bailiviai/. Nos. 4S9-490, iu Supreme Court, 
Oct. term, 1934, in matter of Chicago, Rock Islaud and Pacific Railway Com- 
pany, debtor, Reconstruction Finance Corporation v. Cliicago, Rock Island 
and Pacific Railway Company et al., on writs of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 7tli circuit : brief for Reconstruction Finance Corporation. [1935.] 
cover title, viii+106 p. J Y 3.R 24 : 2 C 43 

• Same ; appendix to brief for Reconstruction Finance Corporation. [1935.] 

cover title, 11+177 p. t Y 3.R 24 : 2 C 43/app. 

— — • Same; reply brief of petitioner, Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 
[1935.] cover title, iv+59 p. $ Y 3.R 24 : 2i C 43/2 

Thompson, Joseph W. In United States Court of Appeals for District of Co- 
lumbia, Jan. term, 1935, no. 632S, Joseph W. Thompson et al. v. Park Savings 
Bank [Washington, D. C] ; brief of amicus curiae. [1935.] cover title, 
9 p. t Y 3.R 24 : 2 T 374 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

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of title 1 of II. H. J)32o, 78d C'oiigres.s (Public 291. approved June 6, 19;I4). an act to 
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in interstate anil foreign comuien-e and through mails, to prevent inequitable and unfair 
practices on such exchanges and markets, and for other purposes. 

Stock exchange. Report on government of securities exchanges, letter trans- 
mitting commission's report of investigation of stock exchange government, 
with its reconunendations. Jan. 25, 1935. 37 p. (II. doc. 85, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print has 34 pages.] * Paper, 5c. 
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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

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mission by mail, therefore they are listed in the Monthly catalog. 

Baij Islands. Archeological investigations in Bay Islands, Spanish Honduras 
[with list of literature cited] : by William Duncan Strong. Washington, 
Smithsonian Institution, Feb. 12, 1935. vi+176 p. il. 1 pi. 32 p. of pi. (Publi- 
cation 3290; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 92, no. 14.) t Paper, 
$1.25. 
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Earthwonus. New earthworms from China, with notes on synonymy of some 
Chinese species of Drawida and Pheretinia [witli list of literatnre cited] : by 
G. E. Gates. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, Feb. 27, 1935. [2] +19 p. 
il. (Publication 3293; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 93, no. 3.) 
t Paper, lOe. 
L. C. card 35-2G113 SI 1.7 : 93/3 

Mnd sJwimps of Atlantic Coast of North America ; by Waldo L. Schmitt. Wash- 
ington. Smithsonian Institution, Feb. 15, 1935. [2] +21 p. 4 p. of pi. (Publi- 
cation 3292; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 93, no. 2.) t Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 35-26107 SI 1.7 : 93/2 

Report of secretary of Smithsonian Institution [with reports of subordinate 
bureaus, etc.] and Financial report of executive committee of board of re- 
gents, year ending June 30, 1934. 1934. iii+78 p. 1 pi. (Publication 
3289.) t 
L. C. card CA 18-3 SI 1.1/a : 934 

Trilobitcs. Nomenclature of some Cambrian trilobites; by Charles Elmer 
Resser. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, Feb. 14, 1935. [2] +46 p. 
(Publication 3295; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 93, no. 5.) 
t Paper. 20c. 
L. C. card 35-26108 SI 1.7 : 93/5 

ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY 

Report on Astrophysical Observatory, year ended June 30, 1934. 1935. [l]+2 
p. [From Smithsonian Institution report, 1934.] f 
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NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

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June 30, 1934. 1934. [1] +23-32 p. 1 pi. [From Smithsonian Institution 
report, 1934.] f SI 6.1 : 934 

RADIATION AND ORGANISMS DIVISION 

Report on Division of Radiation and Organisms, year ended June 30, 1934. 
1934. [11+2 p. [From Smithsonian Institution report, 1934.] t 

SI 1.1/a : R 118/15/934 

SPECIAL ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT ON FOREIGN 

TRADE 

Foreign trade. Letter to the President on foreign trade from George N. Peek, 
special adviser to the President on foreign trade. [Reprint] 1935. [1]+11 
p. t Y 3.F 76 : 2 F 76/1-2 

STATE DEPARTMENT 

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bears a series number in addition to its publication number. The diplomatic correspond- 
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United States. Laws, Executive orders, and proclamations are issued in separate series 
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The list below frequently includes certain relevant publications issued b.v other 
agencies of the Government under requisition of the Department of State and certain 
relevant congressional documents. 

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200 February 1935 

Activities. Current activities of Department of State, address by William Phil- 
lips, under Secretary of State, before American Acceptance Council, New York 
City, Jan. 28, 1935. 1935. [2] +14 p. narrow S" ([Publication 697.]) 
[Originally issued as mimeographed press release for publication Jan. 29. 
1935r] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26147 S 1.2 : St 2/11 

Agrtcnilture and foreign-trade agreements, address by Cordell Hull. Secretary of 
State, before American Farm Bureau Federation, Nashville, Dec. 10, 1934. 
1935. [2] +17 p. narrow 8" ([Publication 678.]) [Originally issued as 
mimeographed press release for publication Dec. 10. 1934.] * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26015 S 1.2 : Ag 8 

American delegations to international conferences, congresses, and expositions, 
and American representation on international institutions and commissions, 
with relevant data, fiscal year 1934 : compiled in Division of Protocol and 
Conferences. 1935. vi+63 p. (Conference series 20; [Publication 690.]) 

* Paper, 10(\ 

L. C. card 33-26097 S 5.30: 20 

Claims. En bloc settlement of special claims, convention l>etween United States 
and Mexico ; signed Mexico City. Apr. 24. 1934, proclaimed Dec. 22, 1934. 
1935. [l]+6 p. (Treaty series 878.) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-261 12 S 9.5/2 : M 57/39 

Interest payments on American embassy drafts, report relative to appro- 
priation for payment of interest arising from delay in payment of di'afts and 
cable transfers of American embassies in Russia and Turkey during period 
from 1915 to 1920. Feb. 12, 1935. 7 p. (S. doc. 18, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Commercial polici/. American commercial policy, address by Francis B. Sayre, 
a.ssistant Secretary of State, before American Association for Advancement 
of Science. Pittsburgh, Dec. 31, 1934. 1935. [2] + 18 p. narrow S" ([Pub- 
lication 089.]) [Originally Lssued as mimeographed press release for publica- 
tion Dec. 31. 1934.1 * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26102 S 1.2 : C 73 

Consuls. Consular mailing list of foreign service of United States, Jan. 1, 1935. 
1934. [2] p.+ll leaves, narrow 8° ( [PubHcation 676.]) t 81.19:935 

Foreign consular offices in United States, .Ian. 1, 1935. 1935. iii+58+ 

[1] p. ([Publication 691.]) [Semiannual.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 32-26478 S 1.34 : 935/1 

Diplomatic list, Feb. 1935. [1935.] cover title, ii+75 p. 24° ([Publication 
696.]) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, 75c. • 

L. C. card 10-16292 S 1.8 : 935/2 

Extradition, supplementary treaty between United States and Lithuania ; signed 
Washington, May 17, 1934, proclaimed Jan. 9, 1935. 1935. [l]+2p. (Treaty 
series 879. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26103 S 9.5/2 : L 71/5 

Foreif/n service. Claims of officers and employees of foreign service of United 
States for losses in war, etc., report in regard to claims of certain officers and 
employees of foreign service of United States for reimbursement of losses sus- 
tained' by them by reason of catastrophes, war, and other causes, during or 
incident to their service in foreign countries. Feb. 8, 1935. 19 p. (H. doc. 
95, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

Foreign service list. Jan. 1, 1935. 1935. iv+90+[2] p. ([Publication 687.]) 
[Quarterlv.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card 10-16369 S 1.7 : 935/1 

Fm Alone, vessel. Claim in respect of ship " I'm Alone ", statements submitted 
by agent for United States pursuant to directions given by commissioners, 
dated June 30, 1933 ; submitted on behalf of Government of United States for 
.joint consideration of Willis Van Devanter and Lyman Poore Duff. 1934. 
iv+62 p. il. t 
L. C. card 35-26168 S 3.2 : Im 1 

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Pan American Institute of Geography and History. Report on Pan American 
Institute of Geography and History assembly in United States, 1935. Feb. 20, 
1935. 7 p. (H. doc. 107. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 35-26129 

Press releases, v. 12, no. 279-282; Feb. 2-23, 1935. [1935.] p. 59-111. (Publica- 
tion 695, 698, 700, and 702.) [See also note above under center head. State 
Department.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, .$2.00 a yr. ; foreign subsciiption, $3.00. 
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beginning of the cumulative index when published. 

Publieations of Department of State, list cumulative from Oct. 1, 1929; Jan. 1, 
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Roosevelt administration and its dealings with republics of Western Hemisphere, 
address of Sumner Welles, assistant Secretarj- of State, read at annual con- 
vention of Association of American Colleges. Atlanta, Jan. 17, 1935. 1935. 
[2] +16 p. narrow 8° (Latin American series 9; [Publication 692].) [Origi- 
nally issued as mimeographed press release for publication Jan. 18, 1935.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
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Treaty information, bulletin 64, Jan. 31, 1935; compiled by Treaty Division. 
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calendar month preceding the date given.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a 
yr. ; foreign subscription. $1.40. 
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SUPREME COURT 

Beleher. William E. Transcript of record, Oct. term, 1934, no. 628, United States 
vs. William Elbert Belcher, alias W. E. Belcher, api^eal from district court for 
northern district of Alabama. [1935.] cover title, i+26 p. t Ju 6.7 : B 41 

Gold clauses in obligations, opinions and dissenting opinions in cases question- 
ing validity of joint resolution of Cougi'ess of June 5, 1933, with respect to 
gold clauses in obligations. 1935. iii+42 p. (S. doc. 21, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper. 5c. 
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Inter-Mountain Life In~surance Company. Transcript of record, Oct. term, 1934, 
no. 537, Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, vs. Inter-Moun- 
tain Life Insurance Company, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 10th circuit. [1935.] cover title, i+27 p. 3 facsim. % Ju 6.7 : In 8/20 

[Jo»nmn Feb. 4-18. 1935: [slips] 49-59. [1935.] leaves 127-151. t 

Ju 6.5 : 934 

Opinions. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. term, 1934.] [Is.sued 
separately.] t Clerk t.f Court. 

— Thomas J. Mooney vs. James B. Holohan, warden of San 

Quentin Penitentiary, motion for leave to file petition for 
original writ of habeas corpus; Jan. 21, 1935. n. p. [1933]. 
6 p. Ju 6.8/la : M 779 

210. Wilber National Bank of Oneonta, N. Y., as administrator of 

.Tames Patrick Mahar, vs. United States, on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; Feb. 4, 1935. 
n. p. [1935]. 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : M 277 

214. Edwin R. Forrest vs. Arch R. Jack, as receiver of Nephi 

National Bank of Nephi, I'tah, on writ of certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit ; Feb. 4. 1935. 
n. p. [1935]. 5 p. Ju 6.8/la :F 77 

268. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, vs. E. 

Morgan Grinnell, as executor of Annie Stone, on writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; Feb. 4. 
1935. n. p. [1935]. 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : St 71 

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Februaky 1935 



Opinions — Continued. 

270, 471-472. Norman C. Norman vs. Baltimore and Ohio Uailroad Company, 

on writ of certiorari to Supreme Court of State of New 
York ; United States, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
et al. vs. Bankers Trust Company and William H. Bixby, 
trustees [under lirst-mortgace bonds of St. Louis, Iron Moun- 
tain & Soutbern Railway Company] ; [same] vs. [same], 
on writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th 
circuit ; Feb. IS. 1935. n. p. [i;);;5]. 21 p. Ju (>.8/la : N 78.'j 

270, 471-472, 531-532. Norman C. Norman vs. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, 
on writ of certiorari to Supreme Court of State of New York ; 
United States, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, et al. vs. 
Bankers Trust Company and William H. Bixby, trustees 
[under flrst-mortga.se bonds of St. Louis, Iron ^lountaiii & 
Southern Railway Company] ; [same] vs. [same], on writs 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for Sth circuit; 
F. Eugene Nortz vs. United States ; John M. Perry vs. 
[same], on certificate from Court of Claims: Feb. 18. 1935. 
n. p. [1935]. l(j p. JuG.8/]a : N 785/2 

292, 496. Minnie Lerner r,v. First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwau- 

kee, W'is., et al., on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 7th circuit : I.«awyers County Trust Company vs. 
William Reicliert and Paul IvoUmar. individually and as co- 
partners trading under name of W. Reicliert & Co.. on 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit; 
Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. Ju G.8/la : L 5G2 

338. David II. Jennings, receiver of National Bank of America 

[Gary, Ind. 1, and National Bank of America vs. Tinited 
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit : Feb. 4. 1935. 
n. p. [1935]. 8 p. .Ju G.S/la : N 213/6 

339. Chesley W. Jurney [sergeant at arms of Senate] vs. William 

P. MacCracken, jr., on certiorari to United States Court of 
Appeals for District of Columbia ; Feb. 4. 1935. n. p. 
[19351. 8 p. .Tn (;.8/la : M 137/4 

340. Old Company's Lehigh. Inc., vs. Henry E. Meeker, as receiver 

for First National Bank in Mamaroneck, et al., on writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit : Feb. 4. 
1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. Ju G.S/la : 01 1/3 

361. B. W. Clark, commissioner of insurance of Iowa, as receiver 

of Federal Surety Company, vs. Harry O. Wiliiard, W. W. 
Wheaton, and C. W. Hay. "as trustees of Gordon Campbell- 
Kevin Syndicate, et al., on writ of certiorari to Supreme 
Court of Montana; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 4 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : F 317/4 

374. Ross C. Adams, receiver of Farmers National I'.ank of Pekin, 

111., vs. Edwin V. Champion, trustee in bankruptcy of John 
Fitzgerald, bankrupt, on writ of certiorari l<> ciririit < ciurt 
of appeals for 7th circuit; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [1935]. G p. 

Ju6.S/la : F 229/2 

386. Manuel V. Domenech, treasurer of Puerto Rico, vs. National 

City Bank of New York, on writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 1st circuit ; Feb. 4. 1935. n. p. 
[19351. 5 p. Ju 6.S/la : P 902/2 

394. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. John G. WMlliams, 

Joseph B. Simon, and Charles Denby, jr.. receivers of 
Mortgage Building and Loan Association, on writ of cer- 
tiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit ; Feb. 4. 
1935. n. p. [1935]. 8 p. Ju 6.8/la : P 384/2 

395. William D. Gordon, secretary of banking of I'ennsylvania, etc., 

vs. Joseph Ominsky and Robert P.. Ely. 3rd, Federal re- 
ceivers of Christian A. Fisher Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, et al., on. writ of certi(trari to circuit court of appeals 
for 3d circuit; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [19.35]. 2 p. 

Ju 6 8/la : P 384/3 

431. Penn General Casualty Company is. Pennsylvania ex rcL Wm. 

A. Schnader, attorney general, on writ of certiorari to 
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. 
[19351. 7 p. .Tu 6.8/la :P 38 

434. J. Congdon Seabury, as receiver of City National Bank of 

Sumter, S. C, vs. Beatrice C. Green, administratrix b. d. n., 
c. t. a., of Moses Green, et al.. on writ of certiorari to 
court of common pleas for Sumter County, S. C. : F<'b. 4, 
1935. n. p. [19.35]. 3 p. Ju G.S/la : C 498 

439. Wiloil Corporation vs. Pennsylvania, appeal from Supreme 

Court of Pennsylvania; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. 

Ju G.8/la : W 689 

519. William A. S. Douglas and The American :Mer(Ury. Inc.. vs. 

Elijah William Cunningham and Post Publishing Company, 
on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 1st 
circuit ; Feb. 4, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 3 p. Ju G.S/la : D 747 

531. F. Eugene Nortz vs. United States, on certificate from Court 

of Claims ; Feb. 18, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 6 p. Ju 6.8/la : N 829 

532. John M. Perry vs. United States, on certificate from Court ot 

Claims ; Feb. 18, 1935. n. p. [1935]. 10 + 3 p. Ju 6.8/la : P 429 

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Opinions. Official reports of Supreme Court, v. 293 U. S., no. 2 ; Ernest Knaebel, 
reporter. Preliminary print. [1935.] cover title. Y+[l]+194-379+xi p. 
[Cases adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. term, 1934 (opinions, Nov. 20- 
Dec. 17, 1934, and memoranda of other decisions to Feb. 4. 1935). This num- 
ber contains table of cases reported in v. 293, pts. 1 and 2. From United 
States reports, v. 293.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 for a term of court 
(including 3 volumes) ; foreign subscription, $2.10. J u 6.8/1 a : 293/2 

Turner, Ricliard B. Transcript of record, Oct. term, 1934. no. 582, Guy T. 
Helvering. commissioner of internal revenue, vs. James L. Rankin, executor 
of Richard B. Turner, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit. [1935.] cover title, i+29 p. ± Ju (i.7 : T 857 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

Report. 18th annual report of Tariff Commission, 1934. 1935. vi+61 p. il. 

* Paper, 10c. 

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Same. (H. doc. 19. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

TAX APPEALS BOARD 

Note. — Beginning with the decisions of May 1933 (v. 28, no. 1, issued Aug. 15, 1933), 
the Tax Appeals Boa id resumed the publication of its reports in pamphlet form, which 
had been discontinued Jan. 9, 1938. These pamphlets, each containing a month's de- 
cisions, are issued in addition to the separate opinions now published individually for 
each case. Both the pamphlets and the separate opinions are sold on subscription hy 
the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C. price $1.75 per volume for cither 
pamphlets or opinions ; single copies of the opinions, usually 5c. The price of the bound 
volumes will be given on application. 

Asiatic Petroleum Company (Delaivarc) Limited, v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 72452, promulgated Jan. 
31, 1935. [1935.] 10 p. ([Opinion] no. 206.) [From B. T. A. Reports, 
V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-206 

Berkeley Hall School, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of 
fact and opinion] ; docket no. Al^lo, promulgated Jan. 24, 1935. [1935.] 
10 p. ([Opinion] no. 201.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-201 

Blair, Edward T. Edward T. Blair v. commissioner of internal revenue [find- 
ings of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 42313, 63741, promulgated Jan. 31. 1935. 
[1935.] 15 p. ([Opinion] no. 212.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-212 

/'oca Ratone Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion; docket no. 
02215, promulira ted Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 7 p. ( [Opinion] no. 193.) [From 
B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-193 

llrcndle, Frederic E. Frederic H. Brendle v. commissioner of internal revenue; 
Nathan Benjamin v. [same] ; Henry C. Hagen v. [same] ; F. Shemian Chip- 
man V. [same], findings of fact [and opinion] : docket nos. 50394-397. 66821- 
824, promulgated Jan. 31, 1935. [1935.] ([Opinion] no. 210.) [From B. T. 
A. Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-210 

Brooklyn Trust Company, as trustee under its declaration of trust bearing date 
Apr. 22, 1929. v. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact and 
opinion] ; docket no. 71673, promulgated Jan. 17, 1935. [1935.] 13 p. 
([Opinion] no. 195.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-195 

Burnett, D. Frederick. D. Frederick Burnett v. commissioner of internal rev- 
enue, opinion; docket nos. 55032. 58768, promulgated Jan. 18, 1935. [1935.] 
6 p. ([Opinion] no. 197.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-197 

Clark, Percy E. Percy H. Clark v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket no. 65177, promulgated Jan. 17, 1935. [1935.] 10 p. ( [Opinion] no. 
196.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5e. Y 3.T 19: 5/31-196 

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Decisions. Reports, v. 31, no. 4; Dec. 31, 1934. [1935.] vi+507-832+ii p. 
[Contains decisions promulgated Nov. 1-30', 1934, and lists of proceedings 
disposed of upon memorandum opinions.] * Paper, $1.75 per vol. 
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is issued in addition to the separate opinions. Later, bound volumes, containing table 
of contents and index, will be issued, the price of these being given at time of publication. 

DeMille, Cecil B. Cecil B. DelNTille et al. r. commissioner of internal revenue 
[findin£:s of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 52995-996, 61290-291, 65122-123. 
71951-952, promulgated Jan. 31, 1935. [1935.] 21 p. {[Opinion] no. 207.) 
[From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-207 

Fox, Mrs. Emilie C. Lawrence Fox and C. L. Berkey, executor.s of Emilie C. 
Fox, V. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; doclcet no. 66240, promul- 
gated Jan. 31, 19;55. [193.5.] 5 p. ([Opinion] no. 208.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-208 

Franklin Title d Tr».sf Companij r. commissioner of internal revenue; Ben 
Franklin Fire Insurance C<>mi)aii.v v. [same], opinion: docket nos. 51947. 
€0107, 67804-80."), promulgated Jan! 31, 1935. [1935.] 10 p. ( [Opinion] no. 
211.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-211 

Griffith, Melvin L. ^lelvin L. Griffith v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
opinion; docket no. 46358, promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 6 p. ([Opin- 
ion] no. 189.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-189 

Gidlctf. C. E. C. E. Cullett r. commissioner of internal revenue; W. J. Gul- 
lett i\ [same], opinion; docket nos. 52517-518, proniulgateil Jan. 16, 1935. 
[1935.] 4 p. ([Opinion] no. 194.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-194 

Harkncss, Edirard S. Edward S. Harkness v. connnissioner of internal reve- 
nue; IMar.v S. Harkness v. [same], opinion; docket nos. 65169, 71310-311, 
promulgated Jan. 22, 1935. [1935.] 8 p. ( [Opinion] no. 199.) [From B. T. 
A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y3.T 19 : 5/31-199 

Hatfield, J. T. J. T. Hatfield v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of 
fact [and opinion]; docket no. 72788, promulgated Feb. 7, 193.5. [1935.] 
4 p. ([Opinion] no. 1.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/32-1 

Hazeltinc Corporation r. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact 
and opinion] ; docket nos. 42277, 47011, 51931. 60313, promulgated Feb. 7, 1935. 
[1935.] 16 p. ( [Opinion] no. 2.) [From B. T. A. Iteports, v. 32.] * Paper, 
5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/32-2 

Kell, Mrs. Lula. Lula Kell r. commissioner of internal revenue ; Frank Kell 
V. [same], opinion ; docket nos. 21010-11, 41622-623, promulgated Feb. 12. 1935. 
[1935.] 12 p. ([Opinion] no. 3.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 32.] * Paper, 
5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/32-3 

Kinfishurii, K. R. K. R. Kingsbury et al. v. commissioner of internal revenue 
[findings of fact and (»i)inion] ; docket nos. 56382, 62510, 62676, 62718, 62784, 
62813, promulgated Jan. 29, 1935. [1935.] 16 p. ([Opinion] no. 202.) 
[From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19: 5/31-202 

Mack, A. F. A. F. IMack v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket 
no. 74111, promulgated Jan. 30, 1935. [1935.] 3 p. ([Opinion] no. 205.) 
[From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-205 

McKelvy, Mrs. Ella K. John E. McKelvy and J. Merrill Wright, executors of 
Ella K. McKelvy, r>. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact [and 
opinion] ; docket no. 73320, promulgated Jan. 31, 1935. [1935.] 4 p. 
([Opinion] no. 213.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Pai^er, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-213 

Matchette, Franklin J. Franklin J. Matchette r. commissioner of internal rev- 
enue, opinion ; docket no. 40710, promulgated Feb. 14, 1935. [1935.] 7 p. 
([Opinion] no. 7.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y3.T 19: 5/32-7 

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Murchison, C W. C. W. Murchison v. commissioner of internal revenue, opin- 
ion; docket no. 72347, promulgated Feb. 14, 1935. [1935.] S p. ([Opinion] 
no. 4.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/32-4 

Northport Shores, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue; Martha M. Hall v. 
[same], opinion; docket nos. 64000-501. promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 
9 p. ([Opinion] no. 187.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-187 

Omega Chemical Company v. commissioner of internal I'evenue [findings of fact 
and opinion] ; docket no. 52557, promulgated Jan. 24, 1935. [1935.] 9 p. 
([Opinion] no. 200.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-200 

Pacific Coast Biscuit Company v. commissioner of internal revenue ; American 
Biscuit Company v. [same] ; Capital Candy and Cracker Company v. [same] ; 
Everybody's Macaroni Company v. [same] ; Tacoma Biscuit ;ind Candy Com- 
pany V. [same, findings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 71588, 74625-628, 
promulgated Feb. 14, 1935. [1935.] 8 p. ([Opinion] no. 5.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3. T 19 : 5/32-5 

Pittsburgh & West Virginia Raihcaij Company, as successor to West Side Belt 
Railroad Company, v. commissioner of internal revenue; Pittsburgh & West 
Virginia Railway Company, as successor to Wabash-Pittsburgh Terminal 
Railway Company, v. [same, opinion] ; docket nos. 72157-158, promulgated 
Feb. 14, 1935. [1935.] 11 p. ([Opinion] no. 8.) [From B. T. A. Reports, 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/32-8 

Rainhoio Gasoline Corporation v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion; 
docket nos. 65152, 72365, promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 11 p. ([Opin- 
ion] no. 192.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-192 

Stevens, George M. George M. Stevens v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
opinion; docket no. 46342, promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 7 p. ([Opin- 
ion] no. 190.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-190 

Van Housen, B. T. Homer S. Warren and Charlotte V. H. Warren, administra- 
tors of B. T. Van Housen, v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket nos. 49319, 50634, promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 10 p. ([Opin- 
ion] no. 191.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-191 

Walker, Gertrude D. Gertrude D. Walker r. commissioner of internal rev- 
enue, opinion; docket nos. 41157, 49871, 55853, 62740, promulgated Jan. 30, 
1935. [1935.] 4 p. ([Opinion] no. 204.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 8.T 19 : 5/31-204 

Watson, Russell E. Russell E. Watson v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
opinion ; docket no. 60627, promulgated Jan. 18, 1935. [1935.] 4 p. ( [Opin- 
ion] no. 198.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-198 

Wilson; John T. John T. Wilson v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket no. 47775, promulgated Jan. 15, 1935. [1935.] 8 p. ([Opinion] no. 
188.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-188 

Winter Holding Corporation v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion; 
docket no. 63144, promulgated Jan. 31, 1935. [1935.] 4 p. ([Opinion] no. 
209.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/31-209 



TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Report. Annual report of Tennessee Valley Authority and appendixes, fiscal 
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Bonds of United States. Regulations governing United States savings bonds. 
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United States savings bonds, series A. Feb. 25, 1935. [2] p. 4° (De- 
partment circular 529 ; Public Debt Service. ) t T 1.4/2 : 529 

Eynployees. Time and leave regulations, departmental service. Dec. 20, 1934, 
[published 1935]. 10 p. 4" (Department circular 187 revised; Chief Clerk.) 
[Supersedes last edition of this circular dated Jan. 1, 1932.] t 

T 1.4/2 : 187/4 

Finance. Daily statement of Treasury compiled from latest proved reports 
from Treasury offices and depositaries. Fob. 1-28, 1935. [1935.] . Each 5 p. 
or 4 p. f" [Daily except Sundays and holidays.] t 
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Organization. Treasui*y Department, outline of duties of Secretary of Treasury 
and of the various offices and bureaus in. Treasury Department ; extract from 
Congressional directory, Jan. 1935. 1935. [l]-}-12p. t T 1.2 : Or 3/2/935 

Public debt. Statement of public debt of United States, Oct. 31, '1934. [1935.1 
[4] p. f [Monthly.] t 
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Supervision of bureaus, offices, and divisions of Treasury Dei)artment. Dec. 7, 
19.34 [published 1935]. 2 p. 4" (Department circular 244 revised; Chief 
Clerk.) [Supersedes Department circular 244, Sept. 19, 1930.] t 

T 1.4/2 : 244/8 

Treasury decisions. Index to Treasury decisions inider customs and other 
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included in price of Treasury decisions for subscribers. T 1.11/2 : 66/ind. 

Treasury decisions under customs and other laws, v. 65; Jan.-June 1934. 

1934. iv+lS02 p. il. 1 pi. 4 p. of pi. * Cloth, $2..50. 

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Note. — This vohinip contains Department decisions numbered 46805-47144, ab- 
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Treasury decisions under customs, internal revenue, narcotic, and other 

laws, including decisions of Customs Court and Court of Customs and Patent 
Appeals, V. G7, no. 6-9; Feb. 7-28, 1935. [1935.] various paging, 2 p. of pi. 
[Weekly. Dciiartment decisions numbered 47498-542, department decision 
numbered 47496 (reprint), abstracts 29S69-30083, reappraisement decisions 
3534-58, internal revenue decisions 4519-26, narcotics 19, Tariff Commission 
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Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau. Supplemental estimate of appro- 
priation. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, supplemental estimate 
of appropriation, fiscal year 1935. to remain available until Dec. 31, 1935, 
for Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, 
for control of chinch bugs. Feb. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 94, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Farm Credit Administration. Proposed provision relating to Farm Credit Ad- 
ministration, draft of proposed provision making available to Farm Credit 
Administration amount to carry into effect provisions of act to provide for 
loans to farmers for crop production and harvesting during 1935, approved 
Feb. 20, 1935. Feb. 20, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 108, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
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Forest Service. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Department of Ag- 
riculture, Forest Service, 1935. supplemental estimate of appropriation, fiscal 
year 1935, for Department of Agriculture, for salaries and expenses (fighting 
and preventing forest fires), Forest Service. Feb. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 
98, 74tti Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Government offices. Supplemental estimates of appropriations for independent 
establishments, [fiscal years] 1935 and 1936. Feb. 27, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 
114, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico, supplemental 
estimate of appropriation for International Boundary Commission, United 
States and Mexico [for expenses of American section in conducting investi- 
gation to determine feasibility of canalization of Rio Grande]. Feb. 15, 
calendar day Feb. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. doc. 24, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Justice Department. Deficiency estimates of appropriations for Department of 
Justice, deficiency estimates of appropriations, fiscal year 1933 and prior years, 
and supplemental estimates of appropriations, fiscal year 1935, and 2 drafts 
of proposed provisions pertaining to existing appropriations, for Department 
of Justice. Feb. 25, 1935. 7 p. (H. doc. 110, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pa- 
per, 5c. 

Supplemental estimates of appropriations pertaining to Department of 

Justice. Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 100, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Naval Reserve. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Navy Department, 

1935, supplemental estimate of appropriation for Navy Department, fiscal 
year 1935, to meet expenditures for additional number of drills for Naval 
Reserve. Feb. 25, 193.5. 2 p. ( H. doc. 112, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

Navy Department. Supplemental estimate of appropriation. Navy Department, 

1936, estimate of appropriation for Navy Department for printing historical 
and naval documents, fiscal year 1936, which is supplemental to estimate 
contained in budget, fiscal year 1936. Feb. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. 102, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Supplemental estimates of appropriations. Navy Department, 1935, sup- 
plemental estimates of appropriations, fiscal year 1935, and draft of pro- 
posed provision pertaining to existing appropriation for Navy Department. 
Feb. 19. 19.35. 3 p. (H. doc. 101, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

State Department. Deficiency estimate of appropriations for Department of 
State. 193.5, defir-ieucy e.stimates of appropriations, fiscal years 1933 and 1934, 
and supplemental estimates of appropriations, fiscal year 1935. and draft of 
proposed provision pertaining to existing appropriations, for Department of 
State. Feb. 25, 1935. 6 p. (H. doc. 113. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Supplemental estimate of appropriation for salaries of foreign service 

oflicers, State Department. Feb. 15, calendar day Feb. 19, 1935. 2 p. (S. doc. 
22. 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Pai>er, 5c. 

Treasuri/ Department. Supplemental estimates of appropriations. Treasury 
Department, fiscal year 1935. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p. (H. doc. HI, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

War Department. Supplemental estimates of appropriations, War Department, 
1935, 6 supplemental estimates of appropriation, fiscal year 1935, for War 
Department, with draft of proposed provision pertaining to existing appro- 
priation of that department. Feb. 20, 1935. 4 p. (H. doc. 103, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

COAST GUARD 

Circular 117: Jan. 17, 1935. [1935.] 1 p. [Issued with perforations for in- 
sertion in binder.] J T 47.7/3 : 117 

TJniforn}s. Amendments to Regulations governing uniforms [for commissioned 
and warrant oflicers and enlisted men of Coast Guard, 1930] no. 4; Jan. 17, 
1935. [1935.] 3 p. [Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in binder.] $ 

T 47.8 : Un 3/4/amdt.4 

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208 February 1935 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY 

Natiwial 'banks. Monthly statement of capital stock of national banks, national 
bank notes, and Federal resen'e bank notes (old series) outstanding, bonds 
on deposit, etc. [Feb. 1, 1935.] Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. narrow f" t 
L. C. card 10-21266 T 12.9: 935/2 

GOVERNMENT ACTUARY 

Bonds of United States. Market prices and yields of outstanding: bonds, notes, 
certificates, and bills of United States, during Dec. 1934. [1935.] 4 p. f" 
[Monthly.] t T 50.5: 934/12 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU 

Income tax brevities for use by radio broadcasting stations, siiggested items 
of timely public interest to fill gap between scheduled programs. 1935. iii 
p. +23 leaves, narrow 8° t T 22.2 : In 2/10/935 

Internal revenue hiiUetiu, v. 14, no. 5-8; Feb. 4-25, 1935. 1935. various pag- 
ing. [Weekly. Include Rulings 7282-7336.] * Paper, 5c. single copy (for 
subscription i)rice see note below). 

L. C. card 22-26051 T 22.2:V1 : 935/5-S 

Note. — The Internal revenue bulletin service for 1!):{5 will consist of weekly bulletins 
and semiannual cumulative bulletins. The weekly bulletins will contain tne rulings 
and decisions to be made public and all Treasury Department decisions (known as 
Treasury decisions) pertaininj; to internal revenue matters. The semiannual ciunula- 
tive bulletins will contain all ruliims and decisions (including Treasury decisions) 
published durini; the previous (i months. The complete bulletin service "may be ob- 
tained, on a subscription basis, from tlie Superintendent of I)ocum(>iits, Government 
I'rinting Office, Washington, D. C, for $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.25. 

Proeessing taxes. Processing and other taxes with respect to hags under agri- 
cultural adjustment act. [1935.] 12 p. ([Treasui*j' decision] 4518.) 
[From Treasury decisions, v. 67, no. 5.] t T l.ll/2a : H 678/3 

Tobacco. Regulations 76 relating to shipment or delivery of m:iiuifMctured 
tobacco, snuff, cigars, or cigarettes for use as sea stores without payment of 
internal-revenue tax under sec. 317, tariff act of 1930. Revised Feb. 1935. 
1935. v+15 p. * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26115 T 22.17 : 76/3 

PROCUREMENT DIVISION 

O&vernment supplies. General schedule of supplies : class 2, Arms, small, and 
all accessories, outfits, and parts, class 4, Ammunition, ammunition details, 
blastinir apparatus. .Tan. 1. 19;i5-Mar. 31, 1936; prepared bv P.ranch of Sup- 
ply. 1935. 3 p. 4° t T 5S.S : 935-36/2,4 

Same : class 13, Engine-room and fire-room fittings, supplies, and tools, 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 3 p. 4° t 

T5S.S': 935/13-2 

— — Same: class 14, Oils (illuminating and lubricating), greases, and all lu- 
bricants, Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31. 1930; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 
4 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935-36/14 

Same: class 15, Electric cable and wire (insulated), Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 

31, 1936 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 3 p. 4" t T 58.8 : 935-36/15 

Same: class 26, Furniture, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935; prepared by Branch of 

Supply. 1935. 45 p. 4° $ T 58.8 : 935/26-2 

Same: class 36. Musical instruments, music, and all accessories, outfits, 

and parts, Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31. 1936; prepared bv Branch of Supply. 1935. 
2 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935-36/36 

Same : class 37, Athletic equipment, recreational apparatus, sporting 

goods, special wearing apparel, Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31. 1936; prepared by 
Branch of Supply. 1935. 6 p. 4° % T 58.8 : 935-36/37 

Same: class 41, Tools, hand, Jan. 1-Dec. 31. 1935; prepared by Branch 

of Supply. 1935. 14 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 935/41-2 

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Government supplies — Continued. 

Same : class 45, Pipe fittings, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch 

of Supply. 1935. 8 p. 4° t T 58.S' : 935/45-2 

Same : class 52, Paints, paint ingredients, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935 ; prepared 

by Blanch of Supply. 1935. 6 p. 4" t T 58.8 : 935/52-2 

Same : class 57, Hospital, laboratory, and surgical apparatus, and all 

accessories, outfits, parts, and supplies, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1935; prepared by 
Branch of Supply. 1935. 23 p. 4" J T 58.8 : 935/57-2 

Same : class 59, Building material, asphalt, brick, cement, glass, granite, 

gravel, lime, mill-work, roofing material, sand, stone, tar, tiling, etc., Jan. 
1-Oct. 31, 1935 ; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 11 p. 4" | 

T 58.8 : 935/59-2 

• Same: class 63, Tableware (barracks, crews'-mess, hotel, hospital, oflfi- 

cers'-mess, ship-saloon), aluminum-ware, chinaware, glassware, silverware, 
Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31, 1936; prepared by Branch of Supply. 1935. 8 p. 4" t 

T 58.8 : 935-36/63 

Same : class 64, Bakeshop and kitchen apparatus and utensils, aluminum 

utensils, galley gear, ovens, ranges, stoves, tinware, and all accessories, out- 
fits, and parts, Jan. 1, 1935-Mar. 31, 1936; prepared by Branch of Supply. 
1935. 9 p. 4° $ T 58.8 : 935-36/&4-2 

Specifications and proposals for supplies. Mar. 16-Sept. 15, 1935 : class 

26, Steel furniture ; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. Feb. 11, 1935. 42 p. 
4° t T 58.7 : 935/26-2 

Specifications for definite and additional quantity items of supplies 

[fiscal year 1935] : classes 5, 21, 27, 53-54, 4th quarter, fiscal year 1935, Apr. 
1-Juue 30, 1935 ; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. Feb. 18, 1935. 24 p. 4° t 

T 5S'.7 : 935/5,21,etc./4th quart. 

Same : classes 14, 25, 29, 38, 51, 56, 4th quarter, fiscal year 1935, Apr. 1- 

June 30, 1935 ; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. Feb. 18, 1935. 18 p. 4" t 

T 58.7 : 935/14,25,etc./4th quart. 

Same: classes 15, 17, 31, 33, 41-42, 45, 52, 55, 57, 63-64, 69, 4th quarter, 

fiscal year 1935, April-June 30, 1935; [prepared in] Branch of Supply. Feb. 
18, 1935. 21 p. 4° t T 58.7 : 935/15,17,etc./4th quart. 

FEDERAL STANDARD STOCK CATALOG BOAED 

Note. — The functions of the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Board were transferred 
from the Budget Bureau to the Procurement Division on Oct. 10, 1933. 

In the list below, some of the Amendments, dated after Oct. 10, 1933, are for 
specifications issued by the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Board while it was under the 
Budget Bureau, and for these, the old classiflcatiau, T 51.7/8 : , is retained, in order that 
thej- maj" be filed with the publications to which they belong. The pamphlets compris- 
ing sec. 4 of the Federal standard stock catalog are issued with perforations for 
insertion in binders. 

Government supplies. Federal standard stock catalog: sec. 2, pt. 2, Key to de- 
partment and establishment columns. Jan. 1935. 4 p. 4° [Issued in loose- 
leaf form for insertion in binder. Substitute for sec. 2. pt. 2, issued Dec. 
1930.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10 : sec.2, pt.2/935 

Same: sec. 3, pt. 7, group HH, division a. Asbestos [with bibliography]. 

Oct. 1934. 9 p. 4° [Loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/4 : HH-a 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for bags, paper, kraft, grocers. 

Dec. 4, 1934 [published 1935]. 4 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : UU-B-36 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for blue-lead, basic-sulphate, 

dry and paste-in-oil. Oct. 2, 1934. 8 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-B^86 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for eggs. Amendment 1. Dec. 

1934, [published] 1935. 1 p. 12° t T 51.7/8 : C-E-271/amdt.-l 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for grease, lubricating, crank- 
pin and rod-cup. Oct. 2, 1934. 3 P- 12° [Supersedes part of F. S. no. 2d, 
Oct. 21, 1927.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : VV-G-60I 

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210 February 1935 

Go vern m^nt s uppUes — Continued. 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal siiecification for grease, lubricating, driving- 
journal. Oct. 2, 1934 [published 1935]. 3 p. 12° [Supersedes part of F. S. 
no. 2d, Oct. 21, 1927.] * Paper, 5c. T 5S.10/3 : VV-G-G61 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for oil, cutting, mineral-lard. 

Oct. 2. 1934. 4 p. 12° [Supersedes part of F. S. no. 2d, Oct. 21, 1927.] 

* Paper, 5c. T 5S.10/3 : VV-0-251 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal six?cification for outlet-boxes, steel, zinc- 
coated, with covers and accessories. Nov. 6. 1934 [published 1935]. 8 p. 12° 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : W-0-821 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for paste, office, and paste 

brushes, Amendment 1. Nov. 1934 [published 1935]. 2 p. 12° t 

T 51.7/8 : N-P-lOla/amdt.-l 

■ Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for rings, jar, rubber. Nov. 6, 

1934 [published 1935]. 3 p. 12° [Supersedes F. S. no. 51, Oct. 6, 1922.] 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZ-R^51 

Same : sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for sugar, beet or cane, Amend- 
ment 3. Dec. 1934 [published 1935]. 3 p. 12° [Includes Amendment 2, 
May 1934.] t T 51.7/8 : JJJ-S-791/amdt.-3 

PUBLIC DEBT SERVICE 

Jionds of United States. For safe investment of idle funds. United States 
savings bonds; [all lettered poster]. [1935.] 21X16 in. t T 57.2 : B 64 

Same, reduced in size. [1935.] 14X11 in. t T 57.2 :B 64/2 

Same, further reduced in siz- [1935.] 10.5X8 in. t T 57.2 : B &4/3 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

Milk. What every per.son .should know about milk : by Leslie C. Frank. 1935. 

12 p. (Reprint 1659.) [From Public health reports, v. 49, no. 50, Dec. 14, 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26169 T 27.6/a : 1659 

Neffroes. National Negro health week. 21st annual observance, Mar. 31-Apr. 7, 
1935: [National Negro health week poster contest, rules, etc]. [1935.] [2] 
p. il. t T 27.2 : N 31/3/935 

National Negro health week, 21st annual observance. Mar. 31-Apr. 7, 

1935; [program]. [1935.] [2] p. il. f*. folded into 8° size, t 

L. C. card CA 31-413. T 27.2 : N 31/935 

Posters. National Negro health week, 21st annual observance, Mar. 31-Apr. 7, 
1935; [poster]. 1935. 14X11 in. [Cardboard.] t T 27.19 : N 31/935 

Public health reports, v. 50, no. 5-8; Feb. 1-22. 1935. 1935. [xv]-|- 131-279 p. il. 
1 pi. 2 p. of pi. [Weekly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $3.75. 
L. C. card 6-251G7 T27.6: 50/5-8 

Speci.\l articles. — No. 5. Effects of exposure to dust in 2 Georgia talc mills and 
mines [with list of references] ; by Waklemar C. I»r<'essen and .1. M. DallaVtille. — 
Milk-sanitation ratings of cities, cities for which milk-sanitation ratings of 90 per- 
cent or more were reported by State milk-sanitation authorities, Jan. 1, 19:;:i-Dec. 
31, 1034. — Biological products, establishments licensed for propagation and sale 
of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products. — No. 6. Endamoeba histolytica in 
washings from hands and finger nails of infected persons [with list of references] ; 
by Bertha Kaplan Spector. John W. Foster, and Nelson G. Clover. — Comparative 
study of streptococcal immunity produced in rabbits by heat-killed cultures, by ac- 
tive bacteriophage, and by inactivated bacteriophage [with list of references]: by 
Alice C. Evans. — Principles of sanitation and hygiene for correctional institution : 
by M. R. King. — No. 7. Mottled enamel in cattle [with list of references] : by H. 
Trendley Dean. — Family survey as method of studying rural health problems. 
Brunswick-Greensville health administration studies no. 3 ; by Elliott H. Pennell. — 
Public Health Service publications, list of publications, July-Dec. 1034. — No. 8. 
General view of causes of illness and death at specific ages, based on records for 9.000 
families in IS States visited periodically for 12 months, 192S-31 [w-ith list of ref- 
erences] ; by Selwyn D. Collins. — Epidemiological study of plague in Hawaiian Islands. 

Note. — This publication is distributed gratuitously to State and local health officers 
and to other persons engaged in public health work, by the Surgeon General of the 

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FEBRUAIiY 1935 211 

PuMic health reports — Continued. 

Public Health Service. Treasury Department. Others desiring the Reports may obtain 
them from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated 
above. 

Rural hygiene. Job analysis of rural sanitation officer, Brunswick-Greensville 
health administration studies no. 2; by J. O. Dean and Joseph W. Mountin. 
1935. [1]+14 p. il. (Reprint 1G63.) [From Public health reports, v. 49, 
no. 51, Dec. 21, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26073 T 27.6/a : 1663 

Skin hazards in American industry : Dermatitis in rubber industry [with lists 
of references], by Louis Schwartz; Dermatitis in oil refining, by Louis 
Schwartz; Dei-matitis in synthetic dye manufacturing, by Louis Schwartz; 
Dermatitis in candy making, by Louis Schwartz ; Dermatitis among silk 
throwsters, by Louis Schwartz and Louis Tulipan; Dermatitis in manufac- 
ture of linseed oil, by Louis Schwartz ; Dermatitis due to perfume, by Louis 
Schwartz ; Dermatitis due to pyrethrum contained in insecticide, by Louis 
Schwartz. Oct. 1934. iii+54 p. 7 pi. 10 p. of pi. (Public health bulletin 
215.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 35-26105 T 27.12 : 215 

Streptococcus bacteriophar/e, study of 4 serological types [with list of refer- 
ence.s] ; by Alice C. Evans. 1935. [1]+16 p. (Reprint 1658.) [From Public 
health reports, v. 49, no. 47, Nov. 23, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26122 T 27.6/a : 1658 

VENEREAL DISEASES DrVTSION 

Venereal disease information, issued by Public Health Service for use in its 
cooperative work with State health departments, v. 16, no. 2 ; Feb. 1935. 
1935. [1] -1-31-57 p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, 80c. 
L. C. card 23-26719 T 27.26 : 16/2 

TREASURER OF UNITED STATES 

Paper money. Monthlv statement, paper currency of each denomination out- 
standing Jan. 31, 1935. Feb. 1, 1935. 1 p. oblong 16° t T 40.8 : 935/1 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Kelly, Jesse T. No. 6364, in United States Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Frank T. Hiues, administrator of veterans' affairs and next friend 
of Jesse Tliomas Kelly, r. Goldie S. Paregol, committee of estate of Jesse 
Thomas Kelly, appeal from Supreme Court of District of Columbia ; brief for 
Frank T. Hines, administrator of veterans' affairs. [1935.] cover title, 
18 p. t VA 1.12 : K 297/2 

Transcript of record, United States Court of Appeals for District of 

Columl)ia, Oct. term, 1934, no. 6364, Frank T. Hines, administrator of veterans' 
affairs and nest friend of Jesse Thomas Kelly, vs. Goldie S. Paregol, commit- 
tee of estate of Jesse Thomas Kellv. appeal from Supreme Court of District 
of Columbia. [1934.] cover title, i-^ IS p. t VA 1.12 :K 297 

Life insurance. 15th annual statement. United States Government life insur- 
ance fund, Washington, D. C, Dec. 31, 1933. [1935.] [4] p. narrow 16° t 
L. C. card 29-26102 VA 1.13 : 933 

Miller, Madison L., jr. No. 342, in Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1934, Madison L. 
Miller, jr., v. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 5th circuit ; brief of Veterans' Administration on 2d point in brief for 
United States filed by solicitor general. [1935.] cover title, iii-|-47 p. i 

VA 1.12 : M 616 

Same; motion by solicitor general on behalf of United States for per- 
mission to file brief of Veterans' Administration on 2d point in brief for 
United States filed by solicitor general. [1935.] cover title, 2 p. $ 

VA 1.12 : M 616/2 

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212 February 1935 

Mooberry, Charles A. No. — , in Supreme Court of Kansas, Frank T. Hines, 
administrator of veterans' affairs, v. J. L. Northrup, guardian of Charles A. 
Mooberry, Insane, appeal from district court of Cheyenne County, Kans., 
E. E. Kite, judge; appellant's abstract of record. [1935.] cover title, 
i+24p. t VA1.12:M77 

Same; brief of appellant. [1935.] cover title, ii+42 p. t 

VA 1.12: M 77/2 

Wassermann test. Standardization of serological work in facilities of Veterans' 
Administration : Wassermann test ; compiled by Philip B. Matz, approved by 
medical director, Feb. 6, 1920. Revised Dec. 26, 1934. 1935. ii+10 p. 
(Clinical bulletin 10; Medical and Hospital Service.) t VA 1.11 : 10 

ACTUARIES BOARD 

Report. 14th annual report of Board of Actuaries of civil-service retirement 
and disability fund. Feb. 12, 1935. 31 p. (H. doc. 29, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 22-26097 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Army regulations. 

NdTK. — The Army regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loos-e-leaf 
binders. The nam(>s of such of the more important administrative subjects as may 
seem appropriate, arranged in proper se(|iienc-e, are numbered in a single series, and 
each name so numbered constitutes the title and number of a pamphlet containing cer- 
tain administrative regulations pertaining thereto. Where more than one pamphlet 
is required for the administrative regulations pertaining to any such title, additional 
pamphlets will be issued in a separate sub-series. 
40-100. Medical Department: Standards of miscellaneous physical examination. 
Changes 2: Nov. .SO. 1984. [1935.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 40-100. 
Changes 1. Oct. 30, 19.38.] t W 1 .C.'/li : 4()-100/:Vch.2 

40-1030. Same: Register of sick and wounded, Changes :'. : Dec. 31, 1934. [19.34.] 
3 p. [Supersedes AR 40-1030, Changes 2, Mar. 15, 1933.] t 

W 1.6/2 : 40-1030/2/ch.3 
40-1080. Same : Current statistical reports, tables and charts ; Dec. 31, 1934. 
ri9.!4,l 15 p. [Supersedes AR 40-1080, Dec. 15, 1924, including 
Changes 2. Apr. !(!. 1929.] ♦ Taper. He. W 1.0/1 : 40-1080/3 

310-200. Military publications : War Department publications, including binders 
therefor and blank forms (A. (}. <).), allowance and distribution of; 
Dec. 31. 10:!4. [1935.] 7 p. [Supersedes AR 310-200, .Tune 28, 1929, 
and AR 310-235. Apr. 10, 1928.] ♦Taper, 5c. W l.fl/1 : 310-200/5 

350-500. Military education: Air Corps Training Center (heavier-thnn-air) . Changes 
2: Feb. G. 1935. 1935. 1 p. [Supersedes AR .350-500, Changes 1, 
Dec. 20, 1933.1 t W l.G/2 : 350-500/3/ch.2 

G05-5. Commissioned officers: Appointment in Regular Army, except in Medical 

Department and except chaplains; Dec. 8, 1934. [1934. [ 24 p. (Su- 
persedes AR G05-5, Dec. 15, 1925, including Changes 3. May 29, 1929.] 
» Taper, 5c. W 1.0/1 : 605-5/4 

850-50. Miscellaneous: Inventions and patents: Dec. 31, 1934. [1935] 4 p. 
[Supersedes AR 850-50, Apr. 16, 1928. including Changes 1, .Tune 30, 
1928.] * I'aper, 5e. W l.G/1 : 850-50/3 

Mobilization regulations. X 

1-7. War-time classification of commissioned personnel ; Oct. 15, 1934. [1934.] 
32 p. -+-2 folded p. [Issued with perforations for insertion in binder.] 

W 1 .29 : 1-7 
4-3. Hospitalization, Changes 1 ; Dec. 31, 1934. [1935.] 3 p. [Issued with perfora- 
tions for insertion in binder.] W 1.29 : 4-3/2/ch.l 

Organization. Tentative table of organization, t 

35A. Field artillery, service battery, 75-mm gun regiment, truck-drawn ; Oct. 24, 1934. 
[1935.] 3 p. W1.25:35-A 

Technical regulations. 

Note. — The Technical regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. They will consist of a series of pamphlets containing regulations of a 
technical nature, such as descriptions of. instructions for the care of, instructions for 
the handling of. and the proper nomenclature of arms, materiel, and equipment of the 
various branches. This series will include the class of publications heretofore known as 
handbooks. Technical regulations will be numbered in the same manner as are Train- 
ing regulations, but 1000 will be added to the general subject numbers, i. e.. Training 
regulations will appear as TR 44.5—270 and Technical regulations as TR 144.5-270. 
1350-A. Infantry and aircraft ammunition : Ammunition for small arms and automatic 
guns. Changes 1; Jan. 2, 1935. [1935.1 2 leaves, f 

W1.22: 1350-A/2/ch.l 

1370— A. Miscellaneous ammunition : Ammunition, general, Changes 4 ; .Tan. 2, 1935. 

[1935.] 5 leaves, f W 1.22 : 1.370-A/ch.4 

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Telephone directory. War Department telephone directory, "Washington, D. C, 
Jan. 1935. [1935.] cover title, vii+18 p. 4" t W 1.19: 935/1 

Contents. — Pt. 1, Alphabetical section. — Pt. 2, Classified section. 

Training regulations. 

Note. — The Training regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. 

75-15. Specialists : Color sergeant and standard bearer, Changes 1 ; Jan. 1. 1935. 
[1935.] 2 leaves, t W 1.21 : 75-15/2/ch.l 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Military education. Army extension courses : special text no. 185, Air Corps 
supply system ; prepared under direction of chief of Air Corps for use with 
extension course of Air Corps schools. 1934 edition. 1934. ii+59 p. 11. 
* Paper, 10c. W 3.52 : 185/3 

Same : special text no. 228, Supply ; prepared under direction of quarter- 
master general for use with extension course of Quartermaster Corps School. 
1935 edition. 1935. ii+24 p. * Paper, 5c. W 3.52 : 228/3 

Recruiting news, information issued by direction of adjutant general, Army, 
V. 17, no. 3 and 4 ; Feb. 1 and 15, 1935. [Recruiting Publicity Bureau, Gov- 
ernors Island, N. Y., Feb. 1 and 15, 1935.] Each 16 p. 11. 4° [Semimonthly.] 
t Recruiting Publicity Bureau, Governors Island, N. Y. 
L. C. card War 22-1 W 3.45 : 935/3,4 

ENGINEER DEPARTMENT 

Snake River and tributaries [letter submitting report on Snake River and 
tributaries, for purposes of navigation and eflScient development of its water 
power, control of floods, and needs of irrigation]. Jan. 3, 1934. 135 p. 4 
pi. 4 maps. (H. doc. 190. 73d Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 35-26152 

NORTHERN AND N0RTIIWB:STEKN L.\KES SXIRVET 

Note. — Charts of the Great Lakes and connecting waters and St. La^\rence River to 
the international boundary at St. Regis, of Lake of the Woods, of Lake Champlain, and 
of the natural navigable waters of the New York State canals are prepared and sold 
by the U. S. Lake Survey Office. 649 Federal Building. Detroit. Mich. Charts may also be 
purchased at the following U. S. engineer offices : 710 Armv Building, New York. N. Y. ; 
486 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. ; 540 Federal Building, Buffalo, N. Y. ; and Canal Office, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. A catalog (with index map), showing localities, scales, prices, 
and conditions of sale, may be had upon application at any of these offices. 

A descriptive bulletin, which supplements the charts and gives detailed information as 
to harbors, shore lines and shoals, magnetic determinations, and particulars of changing 
conditions affecting navigation, is issued free to chart purchasers, upon request. The 
bulletin is revised annually and issued at the opening of navigation (in April), and sup- 
plements thereto are published monthly during the navigation season. 

Complete sets of charts and publications may be seen at the U. S. engineer offices in 
Duluth, Minn.. Milwaukee, Wis.. Chicago, 111., and Cleveland, Ohio, but they are obtain- 
able only at the sales offices above mentioned. 

Charts 

Erie, Lake. Lake Erie [from Fairport to Ashtabula, Ohio] ; coast chart 4. 
Scale 1 : 80,000. [U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.] edition of Jan. 
1935. 26.7X36.5 in. t 40c. W 33.7/3 : E 4/935 

Presque Isle and Rockport harbors. Lake Huron. Scale 1 : 60,000. [U. S. Lake 
Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.] edition of Dec. 1934. 32X22.2 in. t 20c. 

W 33.8 : P 92/934 

8t. Joseph and Benton Harbor. Mich. Scale 1:10,000. [U. S. Lake Survey 
Office, Detroit, Mich.] Dec. 1934. 16.3X27 in. t 20c. W 33.8 : Sa 2 jos/934 

EI^'EES AND HARBORS BOARD 

''New England. Ports of northern New England. 1934. x-f 163 p. il. pi. 6 p. of 
pi. 7 maps. (Port series 24.) * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 35-26118 W 7.21 : 24 

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JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Military laws. Supplement 4 to Military laws of United States, edition 
1929, containing legislation of 71st Congress, 72d Congress, and 73d Congres^ 
1935. iii4-3S6 p. [Cumulative. Supersedes Supplement 3, Aug. 1, 1933. 
* Paper, 25c. W 1.8/1: 929/supp.. 

MILITARY ACADEMY 

Report. Annual report of superintendent. Military Academy, [fiscal year] 
1934. West Point, N. Y., United States Military Academy Printing Offico, 
1934. cover title, 6 p. t 
L. C. card 7-29101 W 12.1/2 : 934 

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 

Maps 

Livingston, Giiatemala-'H.ondviras-Br. Honduras, Central America, compiled by 
Benjamin S. Ober, drawn by R. F. Daily ; map no. 107D-16-N-I. Scale 
1 : 250,000. Provisional edition. Engineer Reproduction Plant, Army, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1934. 18.8X35.3 in. * $1.00. W 100.6 : L 76 

San Jose {Guatemala), Guatemala-El Salvador, Central America, compiled by 
R. E. Kemp, drawn by B. Lawrason ; map. no. 107D-15-S-III. Scale 
1 : 250,000. Provisional edition. Engineer Reproduction Plant, Army, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1934. 18.8X35.6 in. * .$1.00. W 100.6 : Sa 5 jo/2 

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU 

National Guard regulations, t 
L. C. card War 26-7 

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loose-leaf binders. Thej are being printed as they are prepared and approved regard- 
less of the serial numbers of the several pamphlets, and rescind the regulations pub- 
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1926, and all subsequent regulations published as changes thereto, and are the only 
National Guard regulations now In force. 
22. Warrant officers of National Guard; Dec. 14, 1934. [1935.] 2 p. [Supersedes 

NGR 22, June 13, 1925.] W 70.7/4 : 22/2 

75-7. Federal property lost, damaged, destroyed, unserviceable, or unsuitable. Changes 

fi; Jan. 3, 1935. [1935.] 4 p. [Supersedes NGR 75-7, Changes 5, Nov. 22, 

1933.] W 70.7/4 : 75-7/ch.6 

75-10. Federal property : Blank forms pertaining to propertv accounting ; Dec. 18. 1934. 

[1935.] 2 p. [Supersedes NGR 75-10, Apr. 1, 1927.] W 70.7/4 : 75-10/2 

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT 

Ordnance provision system. Ordnance catalogue (ordnance provision system) : 
Group F, Finder, depression position. Ml (classes 1-9), parts and equipment; 
June 5, 1934. [1934.] 53 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list F-111.) [Is- 
sued with perforations for insertion in binder.] % W 34.23: F-111 

Same: [Group F], Finder, depression position, Ml, Changes 1; Feb. 11, 

1935. [1935.] 4+[l] p. (Standard nomenclature list F-111 [changes 1].) 
t W 34.23 : F-111/ch.l 

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CHANGES IN GOVEENMENT ORGANIZATIONS 

The existence of the National Longshoremen's Labor Board was terminated 
by the President through Proclamation 2120 of March 11, 1935. The Board, 
created some months ago in connection with the Department of Labor, to per- 
form certain duties authorized in connection with the longshoremen's strike on 
the Pacific Coast and labor problems relating thereto, has completed the duties 
it was authorized to perform. 

NEW PERI0DI0AL& 

The Federal Emergency Relief Administration has recently begun the publi- 
cation of a bulletin entitled Cooperative Self-Help, which is issued periodically 
and is intended to act as a clearing-house for ideas of interest to self-help 
cooperatives. The publication is printed by the Citizens' Service Exchange of 
Richmond, Va., but application by those interested in receiving copies should 
be made to the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Washington, D. C. 

TEBEITORIAL PAPERS OF UNITED STATES 

Publication of a series of volumes entitled Territorial Papers of United States 
has recently been begun by the Department of State. The subject matter is 
concerned with certain western tracts of land, acquired at various times and in 
various ways by the United States, which were governed by Congress and the 
National Executive as colonies or territories. During the period bracketed by 
the dates 1787-1912, Congress created out of these lands some 28 organized 
territories which, after an average existence of nearly 20 years in the territorial 
form, have entered the Union as States. The Territorial Papers of United 
States consist of the oflBcial records of those Federal territories which ulti- 
mately became States of the Union. The series will comprise in all some 25 
volumes, to be published from time to time. The first three volumes (of which 
volume one is a preliminary printing) have recently been issued and are for sale 
by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing OflSce. 

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No. 483 MARCH 1935 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will he 
supplied by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. The department issues 
a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all applicants, enabling them to 
select such reports and bulletins as interest them. 

Carrots. Bacterial blight of carrot [with list of literature cited] ; by James B. 
Kendrick. 1934. [2] +493-510 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, 
V. 49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 237/4 

Cattle. [Bureau of Animal Industry] order 211 revised [amendment 3], amend- 
ment to regulations 1, 10, 15-18, [Bureau of Animal Industry] order 211 re- 
vised, regulations governing meat inspection of Department of Agriculture 
[effective Oct. 1, 1925] : Aug. 29, 1925, [Reprint 1935.] 4 p. t 

A 4.5 : 211/rev./amdt.3-5 

Crops and markets. Feb. 1935 ; v. 12, no. 2. [1935.] p. 33-72, il. 4° [Monthly.] 
* Paper. 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1,50. 
L. C. card Agr 24-113 A 36.11/3 : 12/2 

Journal of agricultural research. Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 9 
and 10; Nov. 1 and 15, 1934. [1934-35.] cover titles, p. 765-953, il. 3 pi. 14 
p. of pi. [Semimonthly.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $3.25 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $4,75. 

L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 49/9, 10 

Contents. — No. 9. Cytological study of heterothallism in flax rust [with list of liter- 
ature cited] ; by Ruth P. Allen. — Influence of soil moisture on longevity of cotton root- 
rot sclerotia [with list of literature cited] ; by C, J. King and E. D. Eaton. — Aberrations 
in chemical composition of peas from plants affected from root rot [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by Z, I, Kertesz, J, G. Horsfall, and A. H. Rouse. — Comparison of methods 
of botanical analysis of native prairie in western North Dakota [with list of literature 
cited] ; by Herbert C. Hanson. — Cotton crop losses from Phymatotrichum root rot [with 
list of literature cited] ; by Walter N. Ezekiel and J. J. Taubenhaus. — No. 10. Spbace- 
loma perseae cause of avocado scab [with list of literature cited] ; by Anna E. Jenkins. — 
Effects on wheat plants of Ophiobolus graminis at different levels in soil ; by Hurley 
Fellows and C. H. Ficke. — Pythium scleroteichum n. sp. causing mottle necrosis of 
sweetpotatoes [with list of literature cited] ; by Charles Drechsler. — Storage of cotton 
pollen; by George J, Harrison and H, J. Fulton. — Catalase activity in relation to age 
and viabilitv of sclerotia of cotton root-rot fungus [with list of literature cited] ; by 
C. J. King, E. D. Eaton, and Claude Hope. — Influence on smut infection on plant vigor 
and other characters in smut-resistant oat varieties [with list of literature cited] : by 
V. C. Hubbard and T. R. Stanton. — Methods of obtaining emergence of Tiphia adults 
from imported cocoons for use against Japanese beetle ; by H, W. Allen and R. W. 
Burrell. — Natural crossing in pigeonpea [with list of literature cited] ; by C. P. Wilsie 
and Makoto Takahashi. — Statistical analyses for finding simple method for estimating 
percentage heart rot in Minnesota aspen [with list of literature cited] ; by R. M. 
Brown. ^Some effects of vitamin-A -deficient diets on reproduction of sows [with list of 
literature cited] ; by E. H. Hughes. . . . ,^ 

Note. — This publication is published by authority of the Secretary of Agriculture, 
with the cooperation of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. It is 
distributed free only to libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to 
large universities, technical schools, and to such Institutions as make suitable exchanges 
with the Agriculture Department. Others desiring the Journal may obtain it from the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Same. v. 49. no, 11 and 12: Dec. 1 and 15, 1934. [1935.] cover titles, 

p. 955-1142, il. 2 pi. 16 p. of pi. [ Semimonthly. ] A 1.23 : 49/11, 12 

Co.n-tents. — No. H. Relation of leaf-rust infection to yield, growth, and water economy 
of 2 varieties of wheat [with list of literature cited] ; by C. O. Johnston and E. C. 
Miller. — Fusarium-iesistant Danish ballhead cabbage ; by J. C. Walker and L. M. Blank.— 
Differential response of corn varieties to fertility levels and to seasons [with list of 
literature cited] ; by G. H. Stringfield and Robert M. Salter. — Relation of sugar content 
and odor of clarified extracts of plants to their susceptibility to attack by Japanese 
beetle; by F. W. Metzger, P. A. van der Meulen, and C. W. Mell. — Histological studies 
of seedlins disease of corn caused by Gibberella moniliformis [with list of literature 
cited] ; by R, K. Voorhees, — Utilization of agricultural byproducts in production of 

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Journal of agriGiiltural research — Continued. 

propionic acid by fermentation [with list of literature cited] ; by H. G. Wood and C. H. 
Werkman. — Effect of dyes on yeast fermentation as influenced by hydrogen-ion concen- 
tration [with list of literature cited] ; by Esther Adams and William J. Robbins. — 
Relation of sexual maturity and egg weight in domestic fowl [with list of literature 
cited] ; by E. M. Funk. — Effect of fluorine feeding on storage of vitamin C in rat and 
guinea pig [with list of literature cited] ; by Hazel M. Hauck. — No. 12. Cytological 
study of heterothallism in Puccinia sorghi [with list of literature cited] ; by Ruth F. 
Allen. — Studies on possible origin of physiologic forms of Sphacelotheca sorghi and 
S. cruenta [with list of literature cited] : by H. A. Rodenhiser. — Nematosis of Amsinekia 
caused by new variety of Anguillulina dipsaci ; by G. Steiner and C. E. Scott. — Some 
microbiological activities affected in manurial control of cotton root rot [with list of 
literature cited] ; by C. .T. King, Claude Hope, and E. D. Eaton. — Study of cotton root- 
rot fungus (Phymatotrichum omnivorum) in soil by Cholodny method ; by E. D. Eaton 
and C. J. King. — Nitrogen fixation studies with fungi and actinomyces [with list of 
literature cited] ; by Franklin E. Allison. Sam R. Hoover, and Herman J. Morris. — Soil- 
water movement as affected by confined air ; by W. L. Powers. — Transmissibility by 
aphids of tobacco mosaic virus from different hosts [with list of literature cited] ; by 
Ism6 A. Hoggan. 

Pecan root growth and development ; by J. G. Woodroof and Naomi C. Wood- 
roof. ]934. [2] +511-530 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 
49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 331/15 

Publications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publi- 
cations, Feb. 1935. See Information Office, Publications, p. 225. 

Quarantine. Modification of black stem rust quarantine regulations, Amend- 
ment 1 to rules and regulations supplemental to Notice of quarantine 38 
(revised), effective Feb. 20, 1935. 1935. 1 p. (Entomology and Plant Quar- 
antine Bureau.) f A 56.13 : 38/reg.2,rev./935 

Modification of nursery stock, plant, and seed quarantine regulations, 

Aniendinont 2 to revised rules and regulations supplemental to Notice of 
quarantine 37, effective Jan. 14, 1935. [1935.] 3 p. (Entomology and Plant 
Quarantine Bureau.) t A 56.13 : 37/reg.3, 7, rev./935 

San Francisco Mountain Boulevard. Purchase of toll road to summit of San 
Francisco Peaks, Ariz., letter from acting Secretary of Agriculture transmit- 
ting, in response to Senate resolution 234, 73d Congress, report on purchase 
of toll road to summit of San Francisco Peaks in Coconino National Forest, 
Ariz, [known as San Francisco Mountain Boulevard or Weatherford Road]. 
Feb. 28, 1935. 2 p. (S. doc. 25, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Scale insects. Relation between chemical composition of citrus scale insects 
and their resistance to hydrocyanic acid fumigation [with list of literature 
citod]: by A. R. C. Haas. 1934. [2] +477-492 p. il. [From Journal of 
agricultural research, v. 49, no. 6, Sept. 15, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : C 498/43 

Soil moisture. Distribution of soil moisture under isolated forest trees; by 
Herbert A. Lunt. 1935. [2] +695-703 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural 
research, v. 49, no. 8, Oct. 15, 1934.] ♦Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : So 34/87 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Cattle. Administrative ruling no. 8 : Emergency cattle agreement. Mar. 21, 
1935. 1 p. (Cattle 13.) t A 55.2 : C 29/5/no.8 

Celery. Marketing agreement, amendment to marketing agreement, and 
amended license for Florida celery industry; marketing agreement approved 
and executed by Secretary of Agriculture, Apr. 27, 1934, effective Apr. 28, 

1934, amendment to marketing agreement approved and executed by Secre- 
tary of Agriculture, Feb. 18, 1935, effective Feb. 19, 1935, amended licenser 
issued by Secretary of Agriculture, Feb. 18, 1935, effective Feb. 19, 1935. 

1935. ii+27 p. (^Marketing agreement series, agreement 42: License series, 
license 51 ; M 59, revision 1.) * Paper, 5c. A 55.9 : 42/rev. 1 

Commerce. Errata in Agriculture's interest in America's world trade. [1935.] 
1 p. oblong 32° (G 26, errata.) f A 55.2 : Am 3/errata 

Consumers' guide, v. 2, no. 10 and 11, Mar. 11 and 25, 1935; [issued by con- 
sumers' counsel of Agricultural Adjustment Administration in cooperation 
with Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Bureau of Home Economics, Bureau 
of Labor Statistics]. [1935.] Each 28 p. il. 4» t A 55.12 : 2/10, 11 

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Corn. Instructions relative to aggregate provisions of 1935 corn-hog contract 
(production on noncontracted land) and information of general interest to 
multiple landowners, supplement 4 to Instructions for conducting 1935 corn- 
hog program and use of related forms (C. H. 108) ; [prepared in] Corn and 
Hogs Section. Mar. 18, 1935. 7 p. (0. H. lOSd.) t A 55.2 : C 81/18/supp. 4 

Cotton. Instructions for 1935 for 1934 and 1935 cotton acreage adjustment plan, 
under agricultural adjustment act, for use by extension workers, county com- 
mitteemen, and community committeemen ; [prepared in] Cotton Production 
Section. Feb. 20, 1935. ii+37 p. il. (Cotton 105.) t A 55.2 : C 82/11 

10 tips to cotton consumers. [1935.] p. 11-14, 29, il. 4° [From Con- 
sumers' guide, Dec. 31, 1934.] t A 55.12/a : C 828 

Cotton production control associations. Articles of association of Cotton Pro- 
duction Control Association (an unincorporated association) of ; [pre- 
pared in] Commodities Division, Cotton Production Section. [1935.] 
4-f[l] p. 4° (Form no. cotton 103 and 103a.) f A 55.2 : C 82/12 

Same, Amendment; [prepared in] Cotton Production Section. Feb. 25, 

1935. 1 p. oblong 32° (Form no. cotton 103b.) t A 55.2 : C82/12/amdt. 

Owns and resins. Amended license for distributors of crude gum, cleaned gum, 
gum turpentine, and/or gum rosin ; amended license issued by Secretary of 
Agriculture, Mar. 13, 1935, effective Mar. 17, 1935. 1935. ii-flO p. (License 
series, license 78 ; Form M 71, revision 1. ) t A 55.8 : 78/2 

Ifews digest, v. 2, no. 22-26; Mar. 2-30, 1935. [1935.] Each 5 leaves or 3 
leaves, 4° [Weekly. Multigraphed.] t A 55.11 : 2/22-26 

Orders. Administrative order in respect to acts of code authorities and super- 
visory bodies under marketing agreements, licenses, and codes of fair compe- 
tition. Feb. 27, 1935. 2 p. (A. O. no. 8.) f A 55.16: 8 

Administrative order in respect to elections of supervisory bodies under 

marketing agreements and licenses. Feb. 27, 1935. 3 p. (A. O. no. 1, re- 
vision 1.) t A 55.16: 1/2 

Peanuts. Administrative rulings applicable to peanut production adjustment 
contract (Form PN 1) : Peanut administrative rulings nos. 1-5. Mar. 21, 
1935. 2 p. (Form PN 14.) t A 55.2 : P 31/no. 1-5 

Pecans. Marketing agreement for paper shell pecan industry ; approved and 
executed by Secretary of Agriculture, Mar. 9, 1935, effective Mar. 13, 1935. 
1935. ii-(-14 p. (Marketing agreement series, agreement 57.) * Paper, 5g. 

A 55.9 : 57 

Sugar. Allotment of quota for Puerto Rico, order made by Secretary of Agri- 
culture under agricultural adjustment act. Feb. 25, 1935. 7 p. (Puerto 
Rico sugar order 2. ) f A 55.18 : 2 

Denying of marketing allotment to California Sugar Growers Association, 

order made by Secretary of Agriculture under agricultural adjustment act. 
Feb. 26, 1935. 2 p. (Continental United States beet sugar order 5.) f 

A 55.17 : 5 

Sugar regulations made by Secretary of Agriculture with approval of the 

President under agricultural adjustment act : Rate of processing tax, defi- 
nitions, conversion factors, and exemptions with respect to sugar beets and 
sugarcane. Feb. 1935. 9 p. (Sugar regulations, series 1, no. 1.) t 

L. C. card Agr 34-338 A 55.6 : Su 3/ser. 1, no. 1/935 

Sugarcane. Puerto Rico administrative ruling no. 1: Puerto Rico sugarcane 
production adjustment contract, processing sugarcane into molasses. Mar. 4. 
1935. 1 p. (Sugar 302.) t A 55.18/3 :Su 3 

Toiacco. Instructions to field workers for special base tobacco contracts; 
[prepared in] Tobacco Section. Feb. 27, 1935. 4 p. (T 174.) t 

A 55.2 : T 55/30 

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Tobacco — Continued. 

Tobacco administrative ruling no. 41 : (A) Flue-cured tobacco contracts 

with base tobacco acreage of three and two-tenths (3.2) acres or less [etc.; 
prepared in] Tobacco Section. Feb. 26, 1934 [1935]. 2 p. (T 77, supple- 
ment 24.) [Usually the administrative rulings issued as supplements to 
Form T 77 are mimeographed and are not entered in this catalog.] t 

A 55.2 : T 55/lS/supp.24 

Same no. 42 : Optional allotment in 1935 for contracting pi'oducers with 

base tobacco acreage of 1.2 acres or less, Burley, fire-cured, and dark air- 
cured tobacco; [prepared in] Tobacco Section. Feb. 25. 1935. 1 p. (T 77, 
supplement 25.) t A 55.2 : T 55/18/supp.25 

Wheat. Administrative rulings relating to 1933-34-35 wheat allotment con- 
tract: Rulings nos. 1-40; [prepared in] Division of Grains, Wlieat Section. 
Feb. 18, 1935. ii-f 13 p. (W 41 revised.) t 

Jj. C. card Agr 35-19 W 55.2 : W 56/9/rev. 

Maps 

Farms. Regionalized types of farming in United States [map with descriptive 
text; prepared in] Planning Division. [Scale 1:5,000,000 or 80 m.=l in.] 
Willi;ims & Heintz Co., Wash., D. O. [1935]. 24.3X38.8 in. t A 55.2 : F 22/4 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Accounting. System of farm cost accounting, [by C. E. Ladd ; revised by 
James S. Ball]. [Mar. 1914, revised Oct. 1924, reprint 1934.] ii-f 17 p. il. 
( Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 572.) * Pai)er, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-12 A 1.9: 572/3-7 

Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions. Mar. 1, 1935; 
V. 19, no. 3. [1935.] 24 p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 2G-1797 A 36.15 : 19/3 

Community centers. Plans of rural community buildings; [by W. C. Nason]. 
[Jan. 1921, reprint 1935.] 40 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1173.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 21-228 A 1.9: 1173/1-5 

Crops. Separate for crop reporters : Annual livestock inventory [etc. ; Aggre- 
gate livestock value comparisons, etc.]. [1935.] p. 33-39, 46, 4° [From 
Crops and markets, v. 12, no. 2.] t A 36.ll/3a : C 883/66 

Economic conditions. Economic and social problems and conditions of southern 
Appalachians [with list of literature cited] ; by Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics, Bureau of Home Economics, and Forest Service, in cooperation 
with Office of Education, Department of Interior, and agricultural experiment 
stations of Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky. Jan. 1935. 
ii-f-184 p. il. map in pocket, 4° (Agriculture Dept Miscellaneous publication 
2-05.) * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-22 A 1.38 : 205 i 

Inventories. Farm inventories; [by J. S. Ball]. [Dec. 1920, reprint 1935.] 

32 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1182.) [Mar. 1921, on p. 2,, 
is date of previous reprint.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 21-22 A 1.9 : 1182/1-10 1 

Swine. Direct marketing of hogs [with list of literature cited]. Mar. 1935. 
cover title, iv-f-230 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 222.) i 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-25 A 1.38 : 222. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Chimneiis. Construction of chimneys and fireplaces. [Nov. 1930, slightly revised 
Apr. 1933, reprint 1934.] ii+18 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' buUetir 
1649.) [Revision of Farmers* bulletin 1230, Chimneys and fireplaces.]' 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 30-1383 ' A 1.9 : 1649/2-i 

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March 1935 223 

Farmhouse plans; [by Wallace Ashby]. [Oct. 1934, slightly revised Mar. 1935.] 
[1935.] ii+70p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Fanners' bulletin 1738. ) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-639 A 1.9 : 1738/2 

Gullies, bow to control and reclaim them ; [by C. E. Ramser]. [Feb. 1922, revised 

Jan. 1935.] [1935.] [2] +34 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1234.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 35-41 A 1.9 : 1234/5 

Irrigation. Corrugation method of irrigation ; [by James C. Marr]. [Aug. 1923, 
revised Oct. 1931, reprint 1934.] 24 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulle- 
tin 1348.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-1235 A 1.9 : 1348/2-2 



Cattle. Judging beef cattle, [by E. H. Thompson; revised by W. H. Black]. 
[Nov, 1919, revised June 1926, reprint with slight change 1935.] ii+14 p. il, 



ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

ised by W. H. Blacl 

. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1068.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 19-1040 A 1.9 : 1068/4-7 

Loco-toeed disease; [by C. Dwight Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and W. W. Bggleston]. 
[July 1919, revised June 1929, reprint 1935.] ii+26 p. il. (Agriculture Dept 
Farmers' bulletin 1054.) [Prepared in cooperation with Plant Industry 
Bureau.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 19-«21 A 1.9 : 1054/2-3 

Mule production; [by J. O. Williams]. [Aug. 1923, revised Mar. 1929, slightly 
revised Feb. 1932, reprint 1934.] ii+28 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1341. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-1233 A 1.9 : 1341/5-3 

Pastures offer sound means of decreasing feed and food surplus ; [by E. W, Sheets 
and A. T. Semple]. [1934.] 5 p. il. (Yearbook separate 1423.) [From Year- 
book of agriculture, 1934.] f A 1.10/a : 1423 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, Jan. 1935 ; [no.] 
333. Feb. 1935. p. 1-10. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 7-1658 A 4.13 : 333 

Same, Feb. 1935; [no.] 334. Mar. 1935. p. 11-20. [Monthly.] A 4.13: 334 

SJieep. Farm sheep raising for beginners, [by F. R. Marshall and R. B. Millin ; 
revised by D. A. Spencer and C. G. Potts]. [July 1917, revised Nov. 1932, 
slightly revised Apr. 1934, reprint 1935.] 11+22 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 840. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 33-121 A 1.9 : 840/&-2 

CHEMISTRY AND SOILS BUREAU 

Land classification. Method of rural land classification ; by Charles E. Kellogg 
and J. Kenneth Ableiter. Feb. 1935. cover title, 30 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Technical bulletin 469.) [Prepared in cooperation with North Dakota Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station.] * Pai)er, 6c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-26 A 1.36 : 469 

Leather, hides, and skins. Home tanning of leather and small fur skins; [by 
R. W. Frey, I. D. Clarke, and F. P. Veitch]. [Aug. 1923, revised Nov. 1930, 
slightly revised Mar. 1935.] [1935.] ii+28 p. il, (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 1334.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 23-1021 A 1.9 : 1334/5 

Soil tlo^mng and dust storms; by Charles B. Kellogg. Mar. 1935. 11 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 221.) [Includes list of Agri- 
culture Department publications on erosion.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 3.5-35 A 1.38 : 221 

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DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Cows. Care and management of dairy cows ; [by T. E. Woodward, J. R. Daw- 
son, and F, W. Miller], [May 1926, revised June 1932, reprint 1934.] ii-f34 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1470.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 32-787 A 1.9: 1470/4-2 

Dairy herd-improvement association, herd-record book [for] 40 cows. 

1934. cover title, [96] p.+ [2] folded leaves, il. 4° (B. D. I. 7 revised.) 
[Blank records to be filled out with herd data. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] t 

A 44.2 : H 41/4 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU 

Dutch elm disea.se eradication project. Federal, State, and local cooperation ; by 
L. H. Worthley. Mar. 1935. 4 p. (Agi-iculture Dept. Circular 353.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-30 A 1.4/2 : 353 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, Oct.-Dec. 
1934; no. 121. Mar. 1935. p. 93-124. [Quarterly.] t 
L. C. card Agr 14-383 A 56.14 : 121 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

Experiment staiion record, v. 72, no. 2 ; Feb. 1935. [1935.] cover title, p. 
145-288. [Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 2^ of cover.] * Paper, 15c. 
single copy, $1.00 per vol. (2 vols, a yr.) ; foreign subscription, $1.50 per vol. 
L. C. card Agr 9-832 A 10.6 : 72/2 

Note. — Mainly made up of abstracts of reports and publications on agricultural 
science which liave recently appeared in all countries, especially the United States. 

HAWAII AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 

Molasses. Cane molasses as feed for dairy cows [with list of literature 
cited] ; by L. A. Henke. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, T. H., Nov. 1934. 
cover title, 17 p. (Bulletin 73.) t 
L. C. card Agr 35-28 A 10.9/3 : 73 

PUERTO BICO AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 

Report of Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, [fiscal year] 1934. 
Jan. 1935. cover title, 24 p. il. • Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 6-1362 A 10.12/1 : 934 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

Extension' Service review, v. 6, nos. 1 and 2; Jan.-Feb. 1935. [1935.] cover 
title, p. 1-16, il. 4° [Monthly. Two numbers issued as one publication. Text 
and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 75c. 
L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 43.7 : 6/1, 2 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

Food. Notices of judgment under food and drugs act 22876-950. Mar. 1935. 
p. 427^57. t 
L. C. card Agr 8-878 A 46.6 : 22876-22950 

FOREST SERVICE 

Forestry and farm income; [by Wilbur R. Mattoon]. [Aug. 1920, revised Aug. 
1933, reprint 1934.] ii+33 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1117.) 
[Includes list of Agriculture Department publications relating to forestry for 
the farm.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 34-131 A 1.9 : 1117/3-2 

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LoMolly pine. Diameter distributions for old-field loblolly pine stands in Mary- 
land [with list of literature cited]; by G. Luther Schnur, 1935. [2]+731- 
743 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 8, Oct. 15, 1934.] 

* Paper, 5e, A 1.2-3^ : L 785/3 

Naval stores handbook, dealing with production of pine gum or oleoresin [with 
list of literature cited] ; compiled by Forest Service, Bureau of Entomologj' 
and Plant Quarantine, and Bureau of Plant Industry, Jan. 1935. cover 
title, 201 p. il. 2 pi. 8 p. of pi. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 
209.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-21 * A 1.38 : 209 

Silviculture. Sample plots in silvicultural research [with list of literature 
cited] ; by Division of Silvics, Branch of Research. Jan. 1935. cover title, 
91 p. il. 8 p. of pi. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 333.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. G. card Agi- 35-18 A 1.4/2 : 333 

Timber. Measuring and marketing farm timber ; [by "Wilbur R. Mattoon and 
William B. Barrows]. [Sept. 1921, revised Apr. 1930, reprint 1934.] ii-f-57 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1210.) [Supersedes Farmers' 
bulletin 715, Measuring and marketing woodlot products.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. O. card Agr 21-1164 A 1.9 : 1210/3-5 

Maps 

Dixie National Forest, Utah-Nev. [resources and recreation features, roads, 
trails, etc.]. [1934.] 1 sheet (with map on verso), il. large 4°, folded into 
narrow 8° size and so printed as to number [l]-|-16-j-[l] p. t 

A 13.13 : D 64/934 
HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

School lunches; [by Caroline L. Hunt]. . [Mar. 1916, revised May 1924, reprint 
1934.] ii-f22p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 712.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 22-786 A 1.9 : 712/4-7 

INFORMATION OFFICE 

Agriculture Department. Index to publications of Department of Agriculture, 
1926-30 ; compiled by Mary A. Bradley. 1935. v-f 694 p. (Publications Divi- 
sion.) * Cloth, $1.50. 

L. C. card Agr 35-23 A 21.2 : In 2/2/926-30 

Note. — This index covers all the publications of the United States Department of 
Agriculture for 1926-30 with the exception of the periodicals issued by the bureaus. 
The Journal of agricultural research and the Official record are included. 

Farmers' bulletins. List [no. 1] of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of 
Department of Agriculture [Mar. 1, 19S5]. [1935.] [4] p. t A 21.9/8 : 1/37 

Publications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publi- 
cations, Feb. 1935. [1935.] 4 p. t 
L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : 935/2 

PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Apple scab; [by John W. Roberts and Leslie Pierce]. [Feb. 1926, revised Feb. 
1935.] [1935.] ii-l-12 p. il. (Agriculture Dept Farmers' bulletin 1478.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 26-^14 A 1.9 : 1478/2: 

Bordeaux imxture. Commercial Bordeaux mixtures, how to calculate their 
values ; [by Errett Wallace and L. H. Evans]. [June 1918, revised Mar. 1928, 
reprint 1934.] ii-f9 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 994.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration 
(now Food and Dnig Administration).] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 18-552 A 1.9 : 994/3-7 

Boron in soils and irrigation waters and its effect on plants, with particular 
reference to San Joaquin Valley of California [with list of literature cited] ; 
by Frank M. Eaton. Feb. 1935. cover title, 132 p. il. 2 pi. 2 p. of pi. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Technical bulletin 448.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 3^33 A 1.36 : 44S 

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Cherries. Growing cherries east of Rocky Mouutaius ; [by] H. P. Gould. 
[Dec. 1916, revised July 1928, slightly revised June 1933, reprint 1935.] 
36 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 776.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 17-18 A 1.9 : 776/6-2 

Cotton improvement under weevil conditions; [by O. F. Cook]. [Apr. 1912, 
revised Aug. 1924, reprint 1935.] ii+lS p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 501.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 21-15 A 1.9 : 501/4-8 

Cotton-root rot. Influence of ^oil moisture on longevity of cotton root-rot 
sclerotia [with list of literature cited] ; by C. J. King and E. D. Eaton. 
1934. [2] +793-798 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, 
no. 9, Nov. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 829/92 

Cranberries. Establishing cranberry fields; [by George M. Darrow, Henry J. 
Franklin, and O. G. Malde]. [Mar. 1924, reprint 1934.] ii+38 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1400.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 24-524 A 1.9 : 1400/1-3 

Crown rust. Physiologic .specialization in Puccinia coronata aveuae [with list 
of literature cited] ; by H. C. MuiThy. Jan. 1935. 48 p. (Agriculture Dept 
Technical bulletin 433. ) * Paijer, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-32 A 1.36 : 433 

Currants and gooseberries, their culture and relation to white-pine blister rust, 
[by George M. Darrow and S. B. Detweiler; with contributions by others]. 
[Aug. 1924, revised Dec. 1934.] [1934.] ii+42 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 1398.) [Revision of Farmers' bulletin 1024.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 33-29 A 1.9 : 1398/6 

Diseases of plants. Market diseases ,of fruits and vegetables : Apples, pears, 
quinces |with list of literature cited] ; by Dean H. Rose, Charles Brooks, D. F. 
Fisher, and C. O. Bratley. Nov. 1933. cover title, 71 p. 18 pi. 4 of pi. (Agri- 
culture Dept. (Miscellaneous publication 168.) * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-34 A 1.38 : 168 

Flax rust. Cytological study of heterothallism in flax rust [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by Ruth F. Allen. 1934. [2] -f 765-791 p. 1 pi. 12 p. of pi. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 49, no. 9, Nov. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : H 47/8 

Fruit. Growing fruit for home use; [by H. P. Gould and George M. Darrow]. 
[Feb. 1919, revised Aug. 1925, reprint 1935.] ii+37 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 1001.) ♦Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 20-982 A 1.9 : 1001/3-6 

Gardens. Subsistence farm gardens [with list of reference publications ; by W. R. 
Beattie, J. W. Roberts, L. L. Harter, W. H. White, and D. L. Van Dine], [Feb. 
1935.] ii+54 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1746.) [Prepared 
in cooperation with Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau. Information 
contained in this bulletin applies mainly to climatic and other conditions pre- 
vailing in Northern and Eastern States.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-20 A 1.9 : 1746 

Grape propagation, pruning and training; [by George C. Husmann]. [Dec. 1911, 
revised Feb. 1932, reprint 1935.] [2]+25p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 471.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 32-37 A 1.9 : 471/6-3 

Mann, Charles W. In Patent Oflice. before board of appeals, interference no. 
63881, Charles W. Mann and Alexander Gordon Galloway v. James D. Huston ; 
brief for appellants. Maun & Galloway. [1935.] cover title, ii+33 p. 4° [Con- 
cerns process for cooling of fruits and vegetables in refrigerator cars.] % 

A 19.28 : M 315/2 

Muskmelotis ; [by W. R. Beattie]. [Apr. 1926, revised Apr. 1930, slightly revised 
Jan. 1935.] [1935.] ii+38 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1468.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 30-635 A 1.9 : 1468/3 

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Newlands irrigation project. Agricultural Investigations on Newlands (Nev.) 
reclamation project [with list of literature cited] ; by E. W. Knight. Jan. 1935. 
36 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 464.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 14-1380 A 1.36 : 464 

Pear growing in Pacific Coast States; [by C. F. Kinman and J. R. Magness]. 
[Jan. 1935.] ii+41 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1739.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-^1 A 1.9 : 1739 

Potatoes. Distance of planting rural New Yorker no. 2 and triumph potatoes 
as affecting yield, hollow heart, growth cracks, and 2d-growth tubers [with 
list of literature cited] ; by W. G. Edmundsou. Feb. 1935. 19 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Circular 338.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 35-38 A 1.4/2 : 338 

Rye. Growing rye in western half of United States : [by John H. Martin and 
Ralph "W. Smith]. [Sept. 1923, revised Nov. 1928, slightly revised Jan. 1935.] 
[1935.] ii+17p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1358.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 29-229 A 1.9 : 1358/3 

Seeds. Testing farm seeds in the liome and in rural school ; [by F. H. Hill- 
man]. [Feb. 1911, slightly revised Mar. 1933, reprint 1934.] 48 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 428.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 11-201 A 1.9: 428/2-2 

Sudan grass; [by H. N. Vinall]. [May 1920, revised Nov. 1931, slightly revised 
Jan. 1935.] [1935.] ii+22 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1126. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 32-54 A 1.9 : 1126/6 

Sweet-potato diseases; [by L. L. Harter]. [Oct. 1919, revised Nov. 1928, reprint 

1935.] ii-|-24 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Fai-mers' bulletin 1059.) [Revision 
of Farmers' bulletin 714.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 29-1 A 1.9 : 1059/2-7 

Tomatoes. Pritchard tomato ; by William S. Porte. Sept. 1932 [reprint with 
omission 1934]. 4 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 243.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C, card Agr 32-812 A 1.4/2 : 243/1-2 

Tomatoes as truck crop; [by W. R. Beattie]. [June 1923, revised July 

1931, slightly revised Nov, 1934.] [1934.] ii-f34 p. il. ( Agi-iculture Dept. 

Farmers' bulletin 1338. ) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C, card Agr 23-804 A 1.9: 1388/8 

Vetch culture and uses; [by Roland McKee and H. A. Schoth]. [Dec. 1934.] 

ii-f-22 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1740.) [Revision of 
Farmers' bulletin 515, Vetches.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 35-24 A 1.9 : 1740 

PUBLIC ROADS BUREAU 

Drainage of irrigated farms; [by R. A. Hart]. [June 1917, revised July 1926, 

reprint with slight changes 1935.] 32 p. il. (Agiiculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 805.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 23-257 A 1.9 : 805/5-7 

Public roads, journal of highway research, v. 16, no. 1 ; Mar. 1935. [1935.] 
cover title, p. 1-16. il. 4° [Monthly. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. 
single copy, .$1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 18-322 A 22.6 : 16/1 

Progress maps 

Note. — These maps show the status of improvement of the Federal-aid s.v.stem in each 
State, regardless of whether the construction has been done with the aid of the Federal 
Government, by the States, by the counties, or by the townships. A system of symbols 
indicates the type of improvement of all the roads and whether the work was done with 
or without the assistance of the Federal Government. Sheets are of uniform size, some 
States requiring 2 or more, and are so issued that they may be punched and put in a 
loose-leaf atlas. The maps are called progress maps, and the series will be issued 
periodically to show any change in improvement of the highways. 

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Arkwnsa-s. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Arkansas] ; data cor- 
rected to Sept. 30, 1934. Scale 1 : 500,000 or 1 in.=7.891 m. [Washington] 
Geological Survey [1935]. [3 sheets] each 18.8X28.5 in. [Projection, modified 
polyconic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 30c. per set of 
3 maps. A 22.9 : Ar 4 k/6/B, NW, SW 

Eastern Arkansas. ([Sbeet] 26E.) 
Northwestern Arkansas. ([Sheet] 26NW.) 
Southwestern Arkansas. ([Sheet] 26SW.) 

Illinois. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Illinois] ; data corrected 
to Oct. 1, 1934. Scale 1 : 500,000 or 1 in.=7.891 m. [Washington] Geological 
Survey [1935]. [3 sheets] each 18.8X28.5 in. [Projection, modified polyconic. 
Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 30c. per set of 3 maps, 

A 22.9 : II 6/6/C, N, S 
Central Illinois. ([Sheet] 16C.) 
Northern Illinois. ([Sheet] 16N.) 
Southern Illinois. ([Sheet] 16S.) 

lotoa. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Iowa] ; data corrected to July 
1, 1934. Scale 1 : 500,000 or 1 in. =7.891 m. [Washington] Geological Survey 
[1935]. [2 sheets] each 28.5X18.8 in. [Projection, modified polyconic. Base 
map from Geological Survey State map.] * 20c. per set of 2 maps. 

A 22.9 : lo 9/6/B, W 
Eastern Iowa. ([Sheet] 24B.) 
Western Iowa. ([Sheet] 24 W.) 

Kansas. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Kansas] ; data con-ected to 
July 1, 19.34. Scale 1 : 500,000 or 1 in. =7.891 m. [Washington] Geological Sur- 
vey [1935]. [3 sheets] each 28.5X18.8 in. [Projection, modified polyconic. 
Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 30c. per set of 3 maps. 

A 22.9 : K 13/6/0, E, W 

Central Kansas. ([Sheet] 31C.) 
Eastern Kansas. ([Sheet] 31E.) 
Western Kansas. ([Sheet] 31W.) 

Michigan. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Michigan] ; data cor- 
rected to July 1. 19.34. Scale 1 : 500,000 or 1 in. =7.891 m. [Washington] Geo- 
logical Survey [1935]. [4 sheets] each 18.8X28.5 in. Projection, modified 
polyconic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 40c. per set of 
4 maps. A 22.9 : M 5S/5/G, NE, NW, S 

Central Micliisan. ([Sheet] 14C.) 
Nortlioastern Michigan. ([Sheet] 14NE.) 
Northwestern Michigan. ([Sheet] 14NW.) 
Southern Michigan. ([Sheet] 14S.) 

Montana. Federal aid highway system, progress map: [Montana]; data cor- 
rected to July 1, 1934. Scale 1:760.320 or 1 in. =12 m. [Washington] Geo- 
logical Survey [1935]. [3 sheets] each 28.5X18.8 in. [Projection, Lambert 
conformal conic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 30c. per 
set of 3 maps. A 22.9 : M 76/5/C, E, W 

Central Montana. ([Sheet] 34C.) 
Eastern Montana. ([Sheet] 34E.) 
Western Montana. ([Sheet] 34W.) 

Transportation maps 

Iowa, transportation map, railroad.^ highways, canals, air lanes, dredged chan- 
nels, and pipe lines ; highways corrected to Feb. 1. 1934. Scale 1 : 250,000, 
approximately 1 in. =4 m. [Washington] Geological Survey, 1934. 8 sheets, 
each 23.3X33.4 in. [Modifieti polyconic projection.] * $1.75 per set of 8 sheets. 

A 22.9/2 :Io9/sh. 1-8 

WEATHER BUREAU 

Climatic summary. Climatic summary of United States, climatic data from 
establishment of stations to 1930, edited by R. J. Martin : sec. 16, North- 
eastern California. [1934.] 46 p. il. 4° [Revised edition of a unit in the 
series hitherto entitled Summary of climatological data for United States by 
sections, designated sec. 15 in preceding editions.] * Paper, 10c. 

A 29.5/a : sec.16/930 

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Climatic summary — Continued. 

Same: sec. 82, South-central New York. [1935.] 18 p. il. 4° [Revised 

edition of a unit in tlie series liitherto entitled Summary of climatological 
data for United States by sections, designated sec. 103 in preceding editions.] 
* Paper, 10c. A 29.5/a : sec.82/930 

■Climatological data for United States by sections, v. 21, no. 10; Oct. 1934. 
[1934.] cover title, [204] p. il. 2 p. of maps,. 4° * Paper, 35c. complete 
monthly number, $4.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $6.00. 
L. C. card Agr 14-566 A 29.2"9 : 21/10 

Note. — Made up of separate Climatological data issued from 42 section centers of 
the United States. Printed at the several section centers and assembled and bound at 
the Washington Office. Issued principally for service use and exchange. Back numbers 
cannot be supplied. The separate Climatological data are sold by the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the rate of 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. for each 
section. 

Meteorology. Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C, Feb. 1935. 
[Mar. 5, 1935.] [2] p. large 8° t A 29.30: 935/2 

Monthly weather review, Dec. 1934 ; v. 62, no. 12. [Mar. 18, 1935.] cover 
title, p. 433-478, il. 2 maps, 16 p. of maps, 4° * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.25. 
L. C. card Agr 9-990 A 29.6/1 : 62/12 

Note. — The Monthly weather review contains (1) meteorological contributions and 
bibliography, (2) an interpretative summary and charts of the weather of the month 
in the United States, and on adjacent oceans, and (3) climatological tables dealing 
with the weather of the month. The contributions are principally results of observa- 
tional or research work in meteorology carried on in the United States or other parts 
of the world. 

Special articles. — Significance of air movements across equator in relation to 
developmeijt and early movement of tropical cyclones [with references to literature ; 
by] L. T. Chapel. — Monthly and seasonal distribution of snowfall in California ; by 
Malcolm Sprague. — Observations of condensation-nuclei in atmosphere [with list of 
literature cited] ; by H. Landsberg. — Precipitation in northern Great Plains [with list 
of literature cited] ; by W. A. Mattice. — Meteorological extremes of the Southwest 
[with list of references] ; by Clarence E. Koeppe. — Relation between visibility restric- 
tions and auto mishaps in Greensboro, N. C. ; by John C. Scholl. — Weather and pears 
in New York State ; by W. A. Mattice. — Preliminary report on tornadoes in United 
States during 1934 ; by R. J. Martin. — Weather of 1934 in United States ; by R. J. 
Martin.- — Tropical storms of 1934 ; by G. B. Dunn. 

Report. Report of chief of Weather Bureau, 1933-34. 1934. [3 pts.] iii+157 p. 
4 p. of maps, 4° [Report includes the administrative report, fiscal year 1934, 
and meteorological tables, calendar year 1933.] * Cloth, $1.25. 
L. C. card Agr 9-1419 A 29.1 : 934 

Same. (H. doc. 11, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Weather. Weekly weather and crop bulletin, with snow and ice data, Mar. 
5-26, 1935 ; no. 10-13, 1935. Mar. 6-27, 1935. Each 4 p. il. 4° [The issue for 
Mar. 26 closes the season of the Snow and ice bulletin of 1934-35.] * Paper, 
50c. a yr. 
L. C. card Agr 24-260 A 29.7/2 : 935/10-13 

Weather map. Daily weather map [of United States published at Washington, 
D. C, showing weather conditions for United States and forecasts for all 
States east of Mississippi River belonging to Washington forecast district]. 
Mar. 1-31, 1935. [1935.] Each 19X24 in. (outside measurement). * Daily, 
except Sundays (DWM), $3.00 a yr-, 25c. a month; daily, including Sundays 
and holidays (DSHM), $3.60 a yr., 30c. a month; Sunday and holiday maps 
only (SHM), no subscription for less than 6 mouths, 30c., 60c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $9.10 a yr. (maps cannot be furnished in quantities unless the 
order is placed with the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, 
in advance of issue). A 29.18 : 935 

Note. — Subscribers desiring maps containing forecasts of weather conditions outside 
of the Washington forecast district will be referred to the district in which they are 
located, and all subscriptions forwarded through the Weather Bureau for proper station 
reference. Maps containing these forecasts are issued daily, except Sundays and holi- 
days, at New Orleans, La., Denver, Colo., Chicago, 111., San Francisco, Calif., and other 
field stations, and are designated as station weather maps DD, CM, or E ; subscription 
price, 12.40 a yr., 20c. a month. 

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Weather outlook, Mar. -^Apr. 6 [1935]. Mar. ^-30, 1935. Each 1 p. [Weekly. 
The edition here cataloged is the one for Districts 1-3 issued from the fore- 
cast center at Washington, D. C] t A 29.38 : 985/9-13 
Note. — The Weather outlooks for the various zones are prepared at, and distributed 
from, forecast centers of the Weather Bureau, as follows : Wnshington, D. C. (District 
1, North and Middle Atlantic States. District 2, South Atlantic States, District 3, Ohio 
Valley and Tennessee) ; New Orleans, La. (District 4, East Gulf States, District 5, 
Southern Plains and West Gulf States) ; Chicago, 111. (District 6, Region of Great 
Lakes, District 7, Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys, District 8, Northern 
and central Great Plains) ; Denver, Colo. (District 9, Northern Rocky Mountain re- 
gion. District 10. Southern Rocky Mountain and Plateau regions) ; San Francisco, 
Calif. (District 11, Far Western States). 

ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN 

Note. — The Office of Alien Property Custodian was abolished and its functions trans- 
ferred to the Department of .Justice under the provisions of Executive order 6694 of 
May 1, 1934, effective June 30, 1934. The report listed below covers a period prior to 
the abolishment of the office and the transfer of Its functions. 

Report. Final report of Alien Property Custodian on proceedings had under 
trading with the enemy act. Mar. 12, 1935. 7 p. (H. doc. 135, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 18-26123 

ARCHITECT OF CAPITOL 

Capitol. Supplemental estimate for legislative establishment, 1935, supple- 
mental estimate of appropriation for legislative establishment [fiscal year 
1935, for purchase and installation of air-conditioning ventilation apparatus 
for committee rooms of Senate Committee on Appropriations in Capitol]. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 20, 1935. 2 p. (S. doc. 39, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Commission furuishes most of its publications gratuitously to those who 
apply for them. 

Laborers. Regulations for appointment of unclassified laborers, api)roved June 
5, 1922. amended Feb. 20, 1923. Nov. 20, 1925, May 13, 1929, and Dec. 7, 1934. 
Jan. 1935. 5 p. (Form 1725.) t C S 1.6: L 11/6/934 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

AIR COMMERCE BUREAU 

Air commerce bulletin, v. 6, no. 9: Mar. 15, 1935. [1935.] 197-213 + [1] p. 
[Monthly.] t 

L. C. card 29-26634 C 23.12: 6/9 

AirvMy nrnpfi 

Dallas [Tex.] ; United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500,000. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Feb. 1935. 20.3X47 in. 
[Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

C 23.10/3 : D 161/6 

Des Moines [lotva] ; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
scale 1 : 500.000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washinprton, D. C, Fob. 1935. 
20.4X42.5 in. [Lanilu'it conform:il conic projection.] t 40c., Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey. C 23.10/3 : D 465/2 

Lo.s Angeles [Calif.] ; United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 
1:500.000. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C, Feb. 1935. 
20.3X45.9 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] f 40c.. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : L 896/6 

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Salina [Kans.} ; section of United States airway map. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., 
scale 1 : 500,000. Preliminary edition. Coast and Geodetic Survey, "Washing- 
ton, D. C, Feb. 1935. 20.3X43.G in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 
t 40c., Coast and Geodetic Survey. C 23.10/3 : Sa 33/2 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Cotton. February report of cotton consumed, on hand, imported, and exported, 
and active cotton spindles. Mar. 14, 1935. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. 
This publication is issued in postal card form.] t C 3.21 : 934-35/7 

Report of cotton ginned, crops of 1934, 1933, and 1932. Mar. 20, 1935. 

oblong 32° [Preliminary report. This publication is issued in postal card 
form.] t C 3.20 : 934^35/10 

Cottonseed received, crushed, and on hand, and cottonseed products manufac- 
tured, shipped out. and on hand for 7 months ending Feb. 28, 1935 and 1934. 
Mar. 12, 1935. oblong 32° [Exports and imports of cottonseed products are 
for 6 months ending Jan. 31. Preliminary report. This publication is issued 
in postal card form.] t 3.25:934-35/7 

Manufactures. Census of manufactures, 1933 : Ammunition and related prod- 
ucts, explosives, firearms. 1935. iv+5 p. [Prepared under supervision of 
Le Verne Beales, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 23-2&492 C 3.24/4 : 933-Am 6 

Census of manufactures, 1933 : Brooms and brushes. 1935. iv+4 p. 

[Prepared under supervision of LeVerne Beales, chief statistician for manu- 
factures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 29-26864 C 3.24/4 : 933-B 79 

Census of manufactures, 1933: Confectionery, chocolate and cocoa prod- 
ucts, chewing gum. 1935. iv+7 p. [Prepared under supervision of LeVerue 
Beales, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 23-26887 C 3.24/4 : 933-C76 

Census of manufactures, 1933 : Silk and rayon goods, rayon and allied 

products. 1935. iv+7 p. [Prepared under supervision of LeVerne Beales, 
chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 24-26158 C 3.24/4 : 933-Si 3 

Virginia. Heads of families at 1st census of United States. 1790: Records of 
State enumerations, 1782-85, Virginia. 1908 [reprint 1934]. [1]+189 p. 
map, 4° [Map in this print carries date 1934.] * Paper, $1.00. 
L. C. card 35-26249 C 3.11 : V 81/1-2 

Note. — Virginia's original schedules for the 1st and 2d censuses were destroyed when 
the British burned the Capitol at Washington during the War of 1812. The only 
records that could be secured were some manuscript lists of State enumerations made 
in the years 1782-85. also tax lists of Greenbrier County, 1783-86, and a copy of the 
enumerator's list for the city of Richmond, 1782. The records of 41 counties are 
lacking. This publication covers, therefore, only about one-half of the State. 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Note. — The monthly Notice to mariners, formerly issued by the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, has been consolidated with and made a part of the Notice to mariners issued by 
the Lighthouses Bureau, thus making it a joint publication. The Coast and Geodetic 
Survey prepares and has for sale the airway maps issued by the Air Commerce Bureau, 
but since they are publications of the last-named bureau, they are entered in this catalog 
under that center head, for which see p. 230. The United States coast and intracoastal 
waterways pilots, tide tables, current tables, and charts of the Coast and Geodetic .Survey 
are sold at the office of the Survey in Washington, and also by one or more sales' agents 
in each of the important American seaports. 

Coast and Geodetic Surrey bulletin. Feb. 28, 1935: no. 237. [1935.] 9 p. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 15-26512 C 4.20 : 237 

Coa.st pilots. Supplement to United States coast pilot, Alaska : pt. 1, Dixon 
Entrance to Yakutat Bay. Sth (1932) edition. Feb. 14, 1935. [1]+11 leaves. 
( Serial .^45-3.) t C 4.7/2 : 932/supp.3 

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232 March 1935 

Clmrts 

Admiralty Inlet and Paget Sound to Seattle, Wash., surveys to 1927, surveys by 
U. S. Engineers to 1934, and other sources ; chart 6450. Scale 1 : 80,000. Wash- 
ington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 42X 32.9 in. t 75c. C 4.9 : 6450 

Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands to Seguam Pass, Alaska, surveys to 1925 
and other sources; chart 8802. [Scale 1:999,000.] Washington, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 33.5X41.5 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 8802 

Apalachee Bay and St. George Sound, Fla., Gulf Coast, surveys to 1889, surveys 
by U. S. Engineers to 1934 ; chart 182. Scale 1 : 80,000. Washington, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 32.9X40.8 in. f 75c. C 4.9: 182 

Blanco, Cape. Cape Blanco and Reef, Oreg., surveys to 1928 and other sources ; 
chart 5952. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 
1935. 26.6X21.7 in. f 25c. C 4.9: 5952 

California, Pfeiffer Point to Point Cypress, surveys to 1933 and other sources; 
chart 5476. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 
1935. 42X26.3 in. f 75c. C 4.9 : 5476 

ChoctawhatcJiee Bay, Fla., Gulf Coast, surveys to 1877, surveys by U. S. Engi- 
neers to 1909 ; chart 185. Scale 1 : 80,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Feb. 1935. 33X41.3 in. t75c. C 4.9 : 185 

Columbia River. Columbia River, Oreg.-Wash., Harrington Point to Crims 
Island, surveys 1868-87, surveys by U. S. Engineers to Aug. 1934 ; chart 6152, 
Scale 1:40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 25.3 X 

42.7 in. t75c. C 4.9: 6153 

Columbia River, Oreg.-Wash., St. Helens to Willamette River, including 

Vancouver and Portland, surveys to 1928, surveys by U. S. Engineers to Nov. 

1934, surveys by Port of Portland to 1930, and other sources ; chart 6154. 
Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 40.9X 
20.4 in. t50c. C 4.9: 6154 

Delaware River, Pa.-N. J., Wilmington to Philadelphia, surveys to 1925. surveys 
by U. S. Engineers to 1934, and other sources ; chart 295. Scale 1 : 40,000. 
Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 31.7X43.4 in. t 75c. 

C 4.9 : 295 

Florida, east coast, Fernandina to Jacksonville, surveys to 1924, surveys by U. S. 
Engineers to 1934, surveys by U. S. Geological Survey to 1917 ; chart 577. 
Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 40.8X 

32.8 in. t75c. C 4.9: 577 

Gulf Coa^t, Mississippi River to Galveston, surveys to 1924 and other sources; 
chart 1116. [Scale 1 : 459,000.] Washington. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 

1935. 33.9X43 in. [For offshore navigation only.] t 75c. C 4.9: 1116 

Half moon Bay, Calif., surveys to 1934 and other sources; chart 5520. Scale 
1:20,000, Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 18.1X19.7 in, 
t25c. C 4.9: 5520 

Juan de Fuca Strait. Strait of Juan de Fuca, eastern part. Wash., surveys to 
1931, surveys by Canada to 1932 ; chart 6382. Scale 1 : 80,000. Washington, 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 32.1X43.8 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 6382 

Latotwhe Passage. Latouche, Elrington, and Prince of Wales passages. Prince 
William Sound, south coast of Alaska, surveys to 1933 and other sources; 
chart 8523. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 
1935. 39.4X32.9 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 8523 

Long Island Soutid. Long Island Sound, western part, Conn.-N. Y., surveys to 
1933, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934, additional topography from other 
sources ; chart 1213. Scale 1 : 80.000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey, Jan. 1935. 30.2X40.4 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 1213 

North shore of Long Island Sound, Conn., Sherwood Point to Stamford 

Harbor, surveys to 1933, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1925, and other 
sources ; chart 221. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Feb. 1935, 31.8X38.7 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 221 

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Mare Island Strait, Calif., original surveys to 1927, surveys by U. S. Navy to 
Jan. 1935 ; chart 5525. Scale 1 : 10,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Feb. 1935. 35X23 in. t oOc. 4.9:5525 

Norfolk Harhoi- and Elizabeth River, Va., surveys to 1929 and other sources, 
surveys by IT. S. Engineers to 1934, surveys by U. S. Navy to 1934 ; chart 452. 
Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Feb. 1935. 
40.9 X 33.2 in. t 75c. C 4.9 : 452 

Olympia Harbor and Budd Inlet, Wash., surveys to 1913, surveys by U. S. 
Engineers to 1934; chart 6462. Scale 1:20,000. Washington, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 36.8X20.4 in. t 50c. C 4.9: 6462 

Portland, Oreg. Port of Portland, includiag Vancouver, Oreg.-Wash., surveys 
to 1928, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934 and other sources, surveys by 
Port of Portland to 1930; with inset, Multnomah Channel, southern part; 
chart 6155. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Feb. 1935. 43.6X25.2 in. 1 75c. 04.9:6155 

Prince William Sound, eastern entrance, Alaska, south coast, surveys to 1933 ; 
chart 8520. [Scale 1:80,000.] Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Feb. 1935. 32.1X43.4 in. 1 75c. 4.9:8520 

Tampa Bay, northern part, Fla., Gulf Coast, surveys to 1926, surveys by U. S. 
Engineers to 1934, and other sources [with insets] ; chart 587. Scale 
1:40,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 32.6X35.6 in. 
t 75c. 4.9 : 587 

St. Petersburg. 
Tampa. 

Texas, Gulf Coast, Aransas Pass to Baflan Bay, surveys to 1899, surveys by 
U. S. Engineers to 1934, and other sources [with insets] ; chart 1286. Scale 
1:80,000. Washington, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 39.2X32 in. 
t75c. 04.9:1286 

Aransas Pass. 

Baffin Bay, Continuation of. 

Winyah Bay, S. C, surveys to 1926, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1934 ; with 
inset, Georgetown Harbor ; chart 428. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1935. 29.3X20.6 in. 1 25c. 4.9:428 

FISHERIES BUREAU 

Cold storage lioldings of fish, Feb. 15, 1935. [1935.] 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical 
bulletin 1119.) [Statistics furnished by Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 

C 6.5 : 1119 

Fisheries service bulletin. Mar. 1, 1935 ; no. 238. [1935.] 7 p. [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card F 15-76 C 6.9 : 238 

Fishery products. Fishery products frozen and cold storage holdings of frozen 
and cured fishery products in United States and Alaska, 1934. [1935.] 
5 leaves, oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 1117.) [Statistics furnished by Agri- 
cultural Economics Bureau.] t 6.5:1117 

Landings by fishing vessels at principal New England ports, Jan. 1935, 

[with] summary and comparisons, Jan. 1935 and 1934. [1935.] 3 leaves, 4" 
(Statistical bulletin 1118.) t 6.5:1118 

Middle Atlantic States. Fisheries of Middle Atlantic States, 1933. [1935.] 
3 leaves, 4° (Statistical bulletin 1116.) t 6.5 : 1116 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Business. Survey of current business, Mar. 1935; v. 15, no. 3. [1935.] cover 
title, 56 p. 11. 4° [Monthly. Contains weekly data through Feb. 23, 1935, 
and monthly data through January, the date given above being the date of 
issue. Text on p. 2^ of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. (in- 
cluding weekly supplements) ; foreign subscription, $3.00. 
L. 0. card 21-26819 O 18.35 : 935/3 

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234 Makch 1935 

Business — Continued. 

Same, weekly supplement, Mar. 7-28, 1935. [1935.] Each 4 p. il. 4" 

[Included in price of monthly Survey of current business, which see above.] 

C 18.36 : 935/10-13 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States, Jan. 1935 ; 
compiled by Division of Foreign Trade Statistics. 1935. 42 p. 4° * Paper, 
10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.60. 
L. C. card 14-21465 C 18.7 : 935/1 

• Same. (H. doc. 58. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Summary of United States trade with world, 1934; [by Ernest A. Tup- 

per]. 1935. iv+28 p. (Trade information bulletin 822; [Foreign Trade 
Statistics Division].) t 

L. C. card 35-26180 C 18.25 : 822 

Commerce reports, weekly, containing current foreign trade news. Mar. 2-30, 
1935; no. 9-13 [series 19:35]. [1935.] p. 133-216, il. 4° * Paper. 5c. single 
copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.10. C 18.5/1 : 935/9-13 

Domestic commerce, v. 15, no. 7-9; Mar. 10-30, 1935. [1935.] cover titles, 
leaves 96-151, il. 4° [Multigraphed.] t Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.00. C 18.32 : 15/7-9 

Fuel and power in Japan; [by John R. Bradley and Donald W. Smith]. 1935. 
ii+28 p. (Trade information bulletin 821; [Minerals Division].) ♦Paper, 
5c. 
L. C. card 3&-26193 C 18.25 : 821 

Mexico. Trading under laws of Me.xico ; by Mariano H. Ramirez. 1935. 
x + 199 p. (Trade promotinn scries l."i2. revised Dec. 1, 19H4 ; Latin American 
Section, Comniercial Laws Divisi(»n.) [Includes list of supplementary publi- 
cations of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau relating to current Mexi- 
can legislation.] •Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 35-26184 C 18.27 : 152/2 

Prices. Wholesale commodity prices, 1929-34; by H. Gordon Hayes. [1935.] 
4 p. il. 4" [From Survey of current business, Feb. 1935.] t 

C 18.35/a : W 02/2 

Retail trade. Index of .sales of general merchandise in small towns and rural 
areas. 1935. 1 p. 4° [From Survey of current business, Dec. 1934.] t 

C 18.35/a : Sa 32 

Tariff. Foreign tariffs and trade controls during 1934; [by] Henry Chalmers. 
[1935.] 5 p. 4" [From Commerce reports, Feb. 9, 1935.] t 

C 18.5/la : T 174/3 

LIGHTHOUSES BUREAU 

Lighthouse service bulletin, v. 4, no. 6 [63] ; Mar. 1, 1935. [1935.] p. 201-202. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 12-35121 C 9.31: 4/63 

Notices to maritwrs. Notice to mariners 10-13, 1935; Mar. 6-27 [1935]. [1935.] 
[viii] +92-148 leaves. [Weekly. Issued jointly with Coast and Geodetic 
Survey.] t 
L. C. card 7-20609 C 9.26 : 935/10-18 

Notice to mariners. Great Lakes, no. 1-5, 1935; Mar. 1-29 [1935]. De- 
troit, Conover Press [Mar. 1-28, 1935]. [x]-Hl-25 leaves. 2 maps. [Weekly. 
Maps are separate.] t Supt. of Lighthouses, Detroit. Mich. 

C 9.41 : 935/1-5 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Cati^ for fruits and vegetables. Nov. 27, 1934, [published] 1935. 22 p. (Sim- 
plified practice recommendation R155-34. ) [Recommendation became effec- 
tive Sept. 1, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 155 

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March 1935 235 

'Chip board, laminated chip board, and miscellaneous boards for bookbinding pur- 
poses, recorded standard of the industry, approved by American Standards 
Association as American standard on Jan. 9, 1935. 1935. 11+16 p. (Commer- 
cial standard CS49-34.) [Effective date for new production Dec. 15, 1934.] 
♦Paper, 5c. C 13.20: 49 

Cornstalks. Papermaking quality of cornstalks ; by Charles G. Weber, Merle B. 
Shaw, [and] Martin J. O'Leary. Feb. 18, 1935. [1] +9 p. (Miscellaneous pub- 
lication M147.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26201 C 13.10 : 147 

Homes. Services of National Bureau of Standards to home building industry, 
[Reprint with additions 1935.] 8 p. t 
L. 0. card 35-26215 C 13.2 : H 75/935 

Hosiery. Factors affecting performance of hosiery on hosiery-testing machine ; 
by Herbert F. Schiefer and Richard S. Cleveland. [1935.] p. 1-16, 11. 2 p. of 
pi. (Research paper 753.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards, v. 14, Jan, 1935.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 753 

Jron. Interference measurements in infrared arc spectrum of iron ; by William 
F. Meggers. [1935.] p. 33^0. (Research paper 755.) [From Journal of 
research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 14, Jan. 1935.] * Paper, 5c, 

C 13.22/a : 755 

-Journal of research. Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, Feb. 
1935 ; V, 14. no. 2. 1935. ii+85-225 p. il. 3 pi. 12 p. of pi. [Monthly.] * Paper, 
25c. single copy, $2.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.25. 

L. C. card 35-26194—26201 C 13.22 : 14/2 

Contents. — RP759, National primary standard of radio frequency [with list of ref- 
erences] ; by Elmer L. Hall, Vincent E. Heaton, and Evan G. Lapham. — RP760, Specific 
volume, compressibility, and volume thermal expansivity of rubber-sulphur compounds ; 
by Arnold H. Scott. — RP761. Influence of magnesium sulphate on deterioration of vege- 
table-tanned leather by sulphuric acid ; by Roy C. Bowker, Everett L. Wallace, and 
Joseph R. Kanagy. — RP762, Index of refraction, density, and thermal expansion of some 
soda-alumina-silica glasses as functions of the composition ; by Conrad A. Faick, John C. 
Young, Donald Hubbard, and Alfred N. Finn. — RP76.3, Impact and static tensile prop- 
erties of bolts ; by Herbert L. Whittemore, George W. Nusbaum, and Edgar O. Seaquist. — 
RP764, Method for determining stresses in non-rotating propeller blade vibrating with 
natural frequency ; by Walter Ramberg, Paul S. Ballif, and Mack J. West. — RP765, 
Combining weight of collagen [with list of references] ; by John Beek, jr. 

Same, Mar, 1935; v. 14, no. 3. 1935. ii+227-365 p. 11. 2 pi. 10 p. of pi. 

[Monthly.] 

L. C. card 35-26223—26231 C 13.22 : 14/3 

Contents. — RP766, Monitoring standard radio-frequency emissions ; by Evan G. Lap- 
Tiam. — RP767, Standard tables for chromel-alumel thermocouples ; by Wm. F. Roeser, 
A. I. Dahl. and G. J. Gowens. — RP768, Methods of testing thermocouples and thermo- 
couple materials ; by Wm. F. Roeser and H. T. Wensel. — RP769, Multifrequency ionosphere 
recording and its significance ; by Theodore R. Gilliland. — RP770, Optical rotations and 
other properties of lead and calcium aldouates ; by Horace S. Isbell. — RP771, Experi- 
ments on exterior waterproofing materials for masonry ; by Daniel W. Kessler. — RP772, 
Accurate ebullioscopic method for determining molecular weights of nonvolatile petroleum 
fractions [with list of literature references] ; by Beveridge J. Mair. — RP773, Electro- 
lytic oxidation of xvlose in presence of alkaline earth bromides and carbonates ; by 
Horace S. Isbell and Harriet L. Frush. — RP774, Precision cathetometer ; by Charles 
Moon. 

Niolcel plating. Accelerated tests of nickel and chromium plating on steel ; by 
Paul W. C. Strausser, Abuer Brenner, and William Blum, [Reprint 1935.] 
p. 519^526. (Research paper 724.) [From Journal of research of National 
Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Oct. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 724/1-2 

• Protective value of nickel and chromium plating on steel ; by William 

Blum, Paul W. C. Strausser, and Abner Brenner. [Reprint 1935.] p. 331- 
355, il. 1 pi. 2 p. of pi. (Research paper 712.) [From Journal of research of 
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C 13.22/a :712/l-2 

Rubber. Photoelastic properties of soft, vulcanized rubber ; by Wilfred E. Thibo- 
deau and Archibald T. McPherson. [1935.] p. 887-896, il. (Research paper 
751.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 751 

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Sand. Use of pipette method in fineness test of molding sand ; by Clarence E. 
Jackson and C. M. Saeger, jr. [1935.] p. 59-65, il. 1 pi. (Research paper 
757.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 14, Jan. 
1935.] * Paper, 5c. C13.22/a:757 

Standards of length. Calibrations of line standards of length of National Bureau 
of Standards; [by] Lewis V. Judson and Benjamin L. Page. [1935.] p. 757- 
772. (Research paper 743.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau 
of Standards, v. 13, Dec. 1934.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 743 

Technical news bulletin of National Bureau of Standards, Mar. 1935; no. 215. 
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Tires. Industrial truck and trailer solid tires. 1935. iii-1-11 p. il. (Simplified 
practice recommendation R103-33.) [Supersedes R103-29. Recommendation 
became effective June 1, 1934 for pressed-on tires and Nov. 1, 1934 for cured-on 
tires.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 103/2 

Wire. Fatigue properties of steel wire ; by Stephen M. Shelton and William H. 
Swanger. [1935.] p. 17-32, il. 2 p. of pi. (Research paper 754.) [Ftom 
Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 14, Jan. 1935.] 
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Beplate, Viktor. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
3473, in re Viktor Beplate and Paul Brauer, skein drying ; brief for commis- 
sioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 7 p. 4° [Imprint date incorrectly given 
on p. 7 as 1934.] t C 21.10 : B 45 

Brawn, Worthen E. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
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making same ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : B 739 

Carlton, Richard P. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
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Fretfn Engineering Company. No. 6335, in United States Court of Appeals for 
District of Columbia, Freyn Engineering Company vs. Conway P. Coe, com- 
missioner of patents, appeal from Supreme Court of District of Columbia ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 14 p. $ 

C 21.10 : F 899 

Hopkins, Harris F. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3480, in re Harris F. Hopkins, sound translating system ; brief for com- 
missioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t C 21.10 : H 775 

Litidgren, Hans O. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3477, in re Hans Olof Lindgren, process for removing paraffins from liquid 
hydrocarbons; brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 5 
p. 4° $ C 21.10 : L 643 

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3495, in re Charles F. Mains, design for horse collar pad ; brief for commis- 
sioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 3 p. 4° $ C 21.10 : M 285 

Murray, Tliomus E. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
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Schmalz, William F. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3479, in re William F. Schmalz, design for bottle cap; brief for com- 
missioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 5 p. 4° $ C 21.10: Sch 43 

Smith, Thomas W. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 3486, in re Thomas W. Smith, design for naked baby doll ; brief for 
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ThermoUzed Coal Corporation.. No. 6261, in United States Court bt Appeals- 
for District of Columbia, Thermolized Coal Coriwration and Charles M. Buck 
vs. Conway P. Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal from Supreme Court of 
District of Columbia ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1935.] cover title, 
7 p. $ C 21.10 :T 343 

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SHIPPING BOARD BUREAU 

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citrus fruit peel; [decided Jan. 8, 1935; report of department]. [1935.] 
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SB 1.10/a : W 521 

Neto Orleans Board of Trade, Limited. Docket no. Ill, New Orleans Board of 
Trade. Ltd., v. Luckenbneh Gulf Steamship Company, Inc., and Gulf Pacific 
Line ; [decided Dec. 4, 1934 ; report of department]. [1935.] [1] -f 346-348 p. 
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CONGRESS 

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PRIVATE LAWS 

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supply of the private acts which it distributes free upon application. 

Private [act] 1-7. 74th Congress. 

Blenkner, Fred C. H. R. 593, act for relief of Fred C. Blenkner. Approved Mar. 18, 

1935. 1 p. (Private 6.) 
Carrigan, Mrs. Anna S. H. R. 3373, act for relief of Anna S. Carrigan [widow of 
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Private [act] 1-7, 74th Congress — Continued. 

Conway, George 8., jr. H. R. 529, act granting compensation to George S. Conway, jr. 

Approved Mar. 5, 1935. 1 p. (Private 3.) 
De Soto, Mrs. Sophie. H. R. 330, act for relief of Sophiie de Soio [widow of Hernando 

de Soto]. Approved Mar. 14, 1935. 1 p. (Private 4.) 
Groff, Chester C. S. 31. act for issuance of license to practice healing art in District 

of Columbia to Chester C. Groflf. Approved Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p. (Private 1.) 
Lewis, Fort. H. R. 3266, act authorizing maintenance and use of banking house upon 

military reservation at Fort Lewis, Wash, [by National Bank of Tacoma]. Approved 

Mar. 19. 1935. 1 p. (Private 7.) 
Santavy, Jacob. H. R. 426, act for relief of Jacob Santavy. Approved Mar. 18, 1935. 

1 p. (Private 5.) 

PUBLIO LAWS 

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Public [act] 12-22, 74tli Congress. 

Air mail. S. 932. act to postpone effective date of certain restrictions respecting air- 
mail contracts [from Mar. 1, 1935, to Apr. 1, 1936]. Approved Feb. 21, 1935. 1 p. 
(Public 12.) 

Appropriations. H. R. 6644, act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appro- 
priations for fiscal year 1935 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appro- 
priations for fiscal year 1935, and for other purposes. [Approved Mar. 21, 1935.1 
20 p. (Public 21.) 

District of Oolumhia. H. R. 3464, act to amend certain sections of code of law for 
District of Columbia, as amended, relating to descent and distribution [of prop- 
erty]. [Approved Mar. 6, 1935.] 2 p. (Public 19.) 

S. 402, act to amend sec. 824 of code of laws for District of Columbia [relative 

to entering or remaining in any unoccupied dwelling or building against will of 
owner]. Approved Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p. (Public 18.) 

Mississippi. H. R. 4983, act to authorize transfer of forest reservation lands in Forrest 
and Perry counties, Miss., to Mississippi or to War Department [for use of National 
Guard]. Approved Mar. 2, 1935. 1 p. (Public 16.) 

Missouri River. S. 1144, act to further extend time for constructing bridge across 
Missouri River at or near St. Charles, Mo. [by Wabash Railway Company!. Ap- 
proved Feb. 21. 1935. 1 p. (Public 13.) 

Ohio River. H. R. 3982, act to extend times for commencing and completing construc- 
tion of bridge across Ohio River between Rockport, Ind., and Owensboro, Ky. [by 
Spencer County Bridge Commission]. Approved Mar. 2, 1935. 1 p. (Public 15.) 

Petroleum. S. 1190, act to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in petroleum and 
its products by prohibiting shipment in such commerce of petroleum and its products 
produced in violation of State law. [Approved Feb. 22, 1935.] 4 p. (Public 14.) 

Rice. H. R. 5221, act to amend agricultural adjustment act with respect to rice. 
[Approved Mar. 18, 1935.] 4 p. (Public 20.) 

State Department. H. R. 5255, act making appropriations for departments of State 
and .Justice and for the judiciary, and for departments of Commerce and Labor, 
fiscal year 1936. [Approved Mar. 22, 1935.] 42 p. (Public 22.) 

Wabash River. H. R. 5701, act granting consent of Congress to Indiana to construct 
free highway bridge across Wabash River at or near La Fayette, Ind. Approved 
Mar. 2, 1935. 1 p. (Public 17.) 

Public [joint] resolution 5-8. 74th Congress. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. S. .1. Res. 46, joint resolution authorizing 
and directing Federal Communications Commission to investigate and report on Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company and on all other companies engaged directly 
or indirectly in telephone communication in interstate commerce, including all com- 
panies related to any of these companies through holding company structure, or other- 
wise. [Approved Mar. 15, 1935.] 3 p. (Public resolution 8.) 

District of Columbia. S. J. Res. 49, joint resolution authorizing use of public parks, 
reservations, and other public spaces in District of Columbia, and use of tents, cots, 
hospital appliances, flags, and other decorations, property of United States, by Wash- 
ington. D. C, 1935 Shrine Committee, Incorporated, and for other purposes. [Ap- 
proved Feb. 28, 1935.] 3 p. (Public resolution 5.) 

8an Diego, California Pacific International Exposition, 1935-36. H. J. Res. 94, joint reso- 
lution providing for participation of United States in California Pacific International 
Exposition to be held at San Diego, Calif., in 1935 and 1936, authorizing appropriation 
therefor, and for other purposes. [Approved Mar. 7, 1935.] 4 p. (Public resolution 
7.) [H. J. Res. 94 establishes the California Pacific International Exposition 
Commission.] 

Washington, George. H. J. Res. 140, joint resolution to provide for completion of pub- 
lication of writings of George Washington. Approved Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p. (Public 
resolution 6.) 

CONFERENCE COMJUITTEES 

Appropriations. First deficiency appropriation, 1935, conference report to accom- 
pany H. R. 6644 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations- 
for fiscal year 1935 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropria- 
tions for fiscal year 1935, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Buchanan. 
Mar. 20, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 459, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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State Department. State, Justice, Commerce, and Labor departments appropria- 
tion bill, [fiscal year] 1936, conference report to accompany H. R. 5255 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Oliver. Mar. 14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 389, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. House joint resolution 117, conference report to accompany H. J. 
Res. 117 [making appropriations for relief purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Bu- 
clianan. Mar. 28, 1935. 9 p. (H. rp. 523, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

War Department. Appropriations for military and nonmilitary activities of War 
Department [fiscal year 1936], conference report to accompany H. R. 5913; 
submitted by Mr. Parks. Mar. 25, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 485, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 74th Congress, 
1st session. Mar. 1-29, 1935 ; no. 39-60. 1935. various paging, large 8° [Daily 
when House of Representatives is in session.] t Y 1.2 : 1/74-39 to 74-60 

Code of laws of United States. Supplemental estimate of appropriations for 
legislative establishment, 1935 and 1936, supplemental estimate of appropria- 
tion for legislative establishment. House of Representatives, fiscal years 1935 
and 1936 [for continuing work of compiling, codifying, and revising laws and 
treaties of United States]. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 116, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Committees. Standing, select, and special committees of House of Repre- 
sentatives, 74th Congress, corrected to Mar. 25, 1935; compiled by Hans 
Jurgensen, jr. [1935.] 24 p. $ Y 1.2:0 73/53 

Employees. Supplemental estimate of appi'opriations for legislative establish- 
ment, House of Representatives [for employment of additional messengers in 
post office of House, fiscal year] 1936. Mar. 19, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc. 140, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Memhers. Official list of Members of House of Representatives and their 
places of residence [with List of Senators by States], 74th Congress, Mar. 
25, 1935 ; compiled by South Trimble. [1935.] 14 p. % Y 1.2 : M 51/935 

ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Breneman, Henry R. Carolyn S. Breneman, report to accompany H. Res. 104 
[to pay to Carolyn S. Breneman, daughter of Henry R. Breneman, 6 months' 
compensation and funeral expenses of said Henry R. Breneman] ; submitted 
by Mr. Warren. Mar. S, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 331, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Helm, Eugene. Phyllis Heim, report to accompany H. Res. 146 [to pay to 
Phyllis Heim, daughter of Eugene Heim, 6 months' compensation and funeral 
expenses of said Eugene Heim] ; submitted by Mr. Warren. Mar. 8, 1935. 
1 p. (H. i-p. 332, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

AGBICULTUEE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Agriculture. Amendments to agricultural adjustment act, hearing, 74th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on H. R. 55S5, Feb. 26-Mar. 6, 1935. 1935. iv+372 p. 
( Serial E. ) * Paper, 25c. Y 4.Ag 8/1 : Ag 8/11 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 23, 1935; 
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.Cotton, Amend cotton control act, hearing, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 
H. R. 5578 (H. R. 6424), Feb. 20-25, 1935. 1935. iii-i-105 p. (Serial D.) 

* Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ag 8/1 : C 82/21 

To continue cotton control act, report to accompany H. R. 6424 [to con- 
tinue cotton control act, to exempt limited quantity of cotton from tax 
thereunder, to provide for better administration of such act, and for other 
purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Doxey. Mar. 8, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 335, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Grain. Commodity exchange act, report to accompany H. R. 6772 [to amend 
grain futures act to prevent and remove obstructions and burdens upon in- 
terstate commerce in grains and otlier commodities by regulating transactions 
ttierein on commodity futures exclianges, to limit or abolish short selling, to 
curb manipulation, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Jones. Mar. 
18, 1935. 21 p. (H. rp. 421, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority views 
signed by Mr. Beam. H. R. 6772 defines commodity as meaning wheat, cotton, 
rice, corn, oats, barley, rye, flaxseed, grain sorghums, mill feeds, butter, and 
eggs.] * Paper, 5c. 
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AgricuUure Department. Agricultural Department and Farm Credit Adminis- 
tration appropriation bill, fiscal year 1936, report to accompany H. R. 6718: 
submitted by Mr. Sandlin. Mar. 14, 1935. 39 p. (H. rp. 385, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

:■ Agricultural Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearing 

before subcommittee in charge of Agricultural Department apropriation biU 
for 1936, 74th Congress, 1st session. 1935. ii+1693 p. * Paper, $1.60. 

Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Ag 8/936 

^^Appropriations. First deficiency appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1935, hearing 
before subcommittee in charge of deficiency appropriations, 74th Congress, 
1st session. 1935. ii+241 p. * Paper, 20c. Y 4. Ap 6/1 : D 36/935-1 

First deficiency appropriation bill, fiscal year 1935, report to accompany 

H. R. 6644 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1935 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal year 1935, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Buchanan. 
Mar. 12, 1935. 16 p. (H. rp. 376, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CLAIMS COMMmEB, HOUSE 

Adelphia Bank d Trust Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., report to accompany H. R. 4805 
[authorizing adjustment of claim of Adelphia Bank and Trust Company of 
Philadelphia] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 352, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Aheroyd, James, & Co. James Akeroyd & Co., report to accompany H. R. 3337 
[for relief of James Akeroyd and Company] ; submitted by Mr. Stack. Mar. 
5, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 292, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ames, William H. William H. Ames, report to accompany H. R. 3596 [for 
relief of William H. Ames] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. Mar. 14, 1935. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 393, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Army. Settlement of claims of military personnel for losses incident to train- 
ing, practice, operation, or maintenance of Army, report to accompany H. R. 
4798; submitted by Mr. Daly. Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 299, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Art Metal Construction Co., report to accompany H. R. 3934 [for relief of Art 
Metal Construction Company with respect to maintenance of suit against 
United States for recovery of any income or profits taxes paid to United 
States for calendar year 1918 in excess of amount of taxes lawfully due for 
such period] ; submitted by Mr. Ekwall. Mar. 19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 434, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ayer, Asa G. Annie M. Ayer, report to accompany H. R. 3599 [for relief of 
Annie M. Ayer, widow of Asa G. Ayer] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. Mar. 
14, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 394, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bank€7's Reserve Life Co., Omaha, Nebr., and Wisconsin National Life Insur- 
ance Co., Oshkosh, Wis., report to accompany H. R. 3155 [to confer jurisdic- 
tion upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon 
claims of Bankers Reserve Life Company, Omaha, Nebr., and Wisconsin Na- 
tional Life Insurance Company, Oshkosh, Wis.] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. 
Mar. 19, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 432, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Bennett, Mrs. Cora E. Cora E. Bennett, report to accompany H. R. 812 [for 
relief of Cora E. Bennett] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 26, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 489, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Blackwell, Rufus H., jr. Rufus Hunter Blackwell, jr., i-eport to accompany 
H. R. 3230 [for relief of Rufus Hunter Blackwell, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Ken- 
nedy of Maryland. Mar. 26, 1935. 9 p. (H. rp. 498, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Brady, Mrs. LcJa C. Lela C. and Ira P. Brady, report to accompany H. R. 5041 
[authorizing and directing Secretary of Treasury to reimburse Lela C. Brady 
and Ira P. Brady for losses sustained by them by reason of negligence of 
employee of Civilian Conservation Corps] ; submitted by Mr. Ekwall. Mar. 
26, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 504, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Braises, Emanuel K. Emanuel Bratses, report to accompany H. R. 3866 [to 
confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judg- 
ment upon claim of Emanuel Bratses] ; submitted by Mr. Daly. Mar. 19, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 433, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Briseno, E. O. E. G. Briseno, report to accompany H. R. 1365 [for relief of 
E. G. Briseno] ; submitted by Mr. South. Mar. 26, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 492, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Brooks, John N. John N. Brooks, report to accompany H. R. 284 [for relief 
of John N. Brooks] ; submitted by Mr. Gwynne. Mar. 26, 19^5. 4 p. (H. rp. 
487, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Broiiyn, Eva S. Eva S. Brown, report to accompany H. R. 2553 [for relief of 
Eva S. Brown] ; submitted by Mr. Houston. Mar, 11, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 
347, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Callen, Robert E. Robert E. Callen, report to accompany H. R. 4567 [for 
relief of Robert E. Callen] ; submitted by Mr. Daly. Mar. 26, 1935. 7 p. 
(II. rp. 501, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CiviUa/n Conservation Corps. Settlement of individual claims for personal prop- 
erty lost or damaged from activities of Civilian Couser\'ation Corps [which 
have been approved by Secretary of War], report to accompany H. R. 4800; 
submitted by Mr. Nichols. Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 322, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Claims. Authorize settlement, allowance, and payment of certain claims, report 
to accompany S. 5'^d ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 7, 1935. 

3 p. ( H. rp. 326, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Pai>er, 5c. 

Click, John E. John E. Click, reiwrt to accompany H. R. 2466 [for relief of 
John E. Click] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 291, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Compagnie Generate Transutlantique, report to accompany S. 790 [for relief of 
Compagnie Generale Transutlantique] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Mary- 
land. Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 402, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Concrete Enyineering Co., reiwrt to accompany S. 931 [for relief of Concrete 
Engineering Company] ; sul)mitted by Mr. Lucas. Mar. 26, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 
505, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Cooper, Mick C. Mick C. Cooper, report to accompany S. 1487 [for relief of 
Mick C. Cooper] : submitted by IVIr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 411, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Cresu'cU. Paul II. Paul H. Creswell, report to accompany S. 1474 [for relief of 
Paul H. Creswell] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 

4 p. (H. rp. 410, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Daleo, Jasper. Jasper Daleo, report to accompany H. R. 4815 [for relief of 
Jasper Dnleo] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 395, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Binucei, Henry. Henry Dinucci, reiK)rt to accompany H. R. 1864 [for relief of 
Henry Dinucci] ; submitted by Mr. Tolan. Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 392, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Dykstra, Mrs. Caroline 8. Caroline (Stever) Dykstra, report to accompany 
H. R. 4428 [for relief of Caroline (Stever) Dykstra] ; submitted by Mr. Smith 
of Washington. Mar. 26, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 500, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Elms, G., d Bro., Incorporated. G. Elias <& Bro., Inc., report to accompany H. R. 
2674 [for relief of G. Elias and Brother, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. 
Stack. Mar. 26, 1935. lip. (H. rp. 495, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Encfwff, Thomas. Thomas Enchoff, report to accompany H. R. 4029 [for relief 
of Thomas Enchoff] ; submitted by Mr. Ryan. Mar. 11, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 
350, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Eureka, Calif. Provide for reimbursement of certain and former enlisted men 
of Navy for value of personal effects lost in fire at naval radio station, 
Eureka, Calif, [on Jan. 17, 1930], report to accompany H. R. 4844; submitted 
by Mr. Tolan. Mar. 7, 1985. 2 p. (H. rp. 324, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Evans, John. John Evans, report to accompany H. R. 3826 [for relief of 
John Evans] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 26, 1935, 4 p. 
(H. rp. 499, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Firth, Elton. Elton Firth, report to accompany H. R. 846 [for relief of Elton 
Firth] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of Wa.«hington. Mar. 11, 1935. 4 p. 
( H. rp. 343, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Gardiner, Estelle M. Estelle M. Gardiner, report to accompany H. R. 4699 
[for relief of Estelle M. Gardiner] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland, 
Mar. 5, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 297, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Geary, L. E. L. E. Geary, report to accompany H. R. 4831 [for relief of L. E. 
Geary] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of "Washington. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 358, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Geer, Mrs. Elda. Elda Geer, report to accompany S. 1038 [authorizing adjust- 
ment of claim of Elda Geer] ; submitted by Mi-. Evans. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 407, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Germania Catering Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 41 [for relief of Germania 
Catering Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr, Kennedy of Maryland. 
Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 397, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gould, Thomas J. Thomas J. Gould, report to accompany H. R. 1315 [for 
relief of Thomas J. Gould] ; submitted by Mr. Guyer. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 344, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Greenspan, Isidor. Isidor Greenspan, report to accompany S. 1121 [for relief of 
Isidor Greenspan] ; submitte<l by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 409, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gross, Stanley T. Stanley T. Gross, report to accompany H. R. 4031 [for relief 
of Stanley T. Gross] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 293, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gutierrez, Florens. Florenz Gutierrez, report to accompany H. R. 350 [for 
relief of Florenz Gutierrez] ; submitted by Mr. Lucas. Mar. 26, 1935. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 488, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hanna, Matthew E. Matthew E. Hanna, report to accompany H. R. 4817 [for 
relief of Matthew E. Hanna] ; submitted by Mr. Nichols. Mar. 7, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 323, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Harwood, Richard N. Dr. R. N. Harwood, report to accompany S. 1027 [for 
relief of R. N. Harwood] : submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 
1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 405, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Senning, George W. George William Henning, report to accompany H. R. 2125 
[for relief of George William Henning] ; submitted by Mr. Carlson. Mar. 11, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 346, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Hernandez, Ciriaeo. Ciriaco Hernandez and otliers, report to accompany H. R. 
4833 [for relief of Ciriaco Hernandez and others] ; submitted by Mr. Daly. 
Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 301, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Herrick, Fred. Fred Herrick, report to accompany H. R. 3218 [for relief of 
Fred Herrick] ; submittetl by Mr. Ryan. Mar. 26, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 497, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hickcy, Joseph H. Maj. Joseph H. Hickey, report to accompany H. R. 6661 
[for relief of Joseph H. Hickey] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. Mar. 22, 1935. 
10 p. (H. rp. 475, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai>er, 5c. 

Eoban, Cletus F. Cletus F. Hoban, report to accompany H. R. 1703 [for relief 
of Cletus F. Hoban] ; submitted by Mr. Tolau. Mar. 14, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 
391, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Holladay, A. Randolph. A. Randolph HoUaday, report to accompany S. 1110 
[for relief of A. Randolph Holladay] ; submitted by Mr. Ekwall. Mar. 19, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 438, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paiier, 5c. 

Holtzman, Charles H. Charles H. Holtzman. George D. Hubbard, and William 
L. Thibadeau, report to accompany H. R. 4853 [for relief of Charles H. Holtz- 
man, George D. Hubbard, and William L. Thibadeau] ; submitted by Mr. 
South. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 437, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

International Mercantile Marine Co., report to accompany S. 788 [for relief of 
International Mercantile Marine Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 401, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Jay Street Terminal, New York, report to accompany S. 563 [for relief of Jay 
Street Terminal, New York] ; submitted by Mr. Ramspeck. Mar. 7, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 327, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jotter, Mrs. Evelyn. Evelyn Jotter, report to accompany H. R. 1541 [for relief 
of Evelyn Jotter] ; submitted by Mr. Carlson. Mar. 26, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 
494, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Kellev, John. John Kelly, report to accompany H. R. 2186 [for relief of John 

Keiley] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 

320, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) • Paper. 5c. 
Kemper, William. William Kemper, rep<irt to accompany S. 282 [for relief of 

William Kemper] ; submitted by Mr. Gwynne. Mar. 7, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 

325, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
Lafferty, Mrs. Jessie T. Jessie T. Lafferty, report to accompany H. R. 4060 

[for relief of Jessie T. Lafferty] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. Mar. 19, 193.5. 

3 p. (H. rp. 435, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lewis, Charles A. Charles A. Lewis, report to accompany S. 742 [for relief of 
Charles A. Lewis] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 
5 p. (H. rp. 412, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

LindQuist, Edith N. Edith N. Lindquist, report to accompany S. 905 [for relief 
of Edith N. Lindquist] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14. 
1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 403, 74th Cong. 1st soss.) *Paper, 5c. 

McAlister, San ford A. Sanford A. and Eliza L. McAlister, report to accompany 
S. 1037 [authorizing adjustment of claims of Sanford A. McAlister and Eliza 
L. McAlister]; submitted by Mr. Ryan. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 359, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

McClure, Mrs. Grace. Grace MeClure, report to accompany H. R. 1292 [for 
relief of Grace McClure] ; submitted by Mr. Carlson. Mar. 26, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 491, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Managua, Nicaragua. Reimbursement of personnel of Navy and Marine Corps, 
report to accompany H. R. 4799 [for reimbursement of certain oflScers and 
enlisted men or former officers and enlisted men of Navy and Marine Corps 
for personal property lost, damaged, or destroyed as result of earthquake 
which occurred at Managua, Nicaragua, on Mar. 31, 1931] ; submitted by Mr. 
Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 300, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

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Mast, G. J. C. J. Mast, report to accompany S. 921 [for relief of C. J. Mast] ; 
submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935, 5 p. (H. rp. 404, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Miller, George TF. George W. Miller, report to accompany H. R. 4811 [for 
relief of George W. Miller] ; submitted by Mr. Ryan. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 355, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Moran, John J. John J. Moran, report to accompany H. R. 4610 [for relief of 
John J. Moran] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 295, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads. Reimbursement of enlisted men of 
Navy for value of personal effects lost in fire at Naval Training Station, 
Hampton Roads, Va. [on Feb. 21, 1927], report to accompany H. R. 4845; 
submitted by Mr. Houston. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 302, 74th Cong. 1st 
-sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Nohle County Agricultural Society, report to accompany H. R. 4651 [for relief 
of Noble County (Ohio) Agricultural Society] ; submitted by Mr. Houston. 
Mar. 26, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 502, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Army. Certain disbursing officers of Army, report to accompany S. 1302 
[for relief of certain disbursing officers of Army] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy 
of Maryland. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 362, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Relief of certain disbursing officers of Army and settlement of individual 

claims approved by War Department, report to accompany H. R. 4838; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland, Mar. 14, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 396, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Relief of certain disbursing officers of Army [and settlement of individual 

claims approved by War Department] , report to accompany S. 557 ; submitted 
by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 9 p. (H. rp. 399, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Parks, Mrs. Eustace. Eustace Parks, report to accompany H. R. 2978 [for relief 
of Eustace Parks, mother of Robert W. Reagor] ; submitted by Mr. Lucas, Mar. 
19,1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 431, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pendleton, Irvin. Irvin Pendleton, report to accompany H. R. 949 [for relief of 
Irvin Pendleton] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar, 26, 1935. 

3 p, (H. rp. 490, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pennsylvania Railroad Co., report to accompany S. 1057 [authorizing adjustment 
of claim of Pennsylvania Railroad Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 329, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Perth Amhoy, N. J., report to accompany H. R. 5789 [to confer jurisdiction upon 
Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claim of Perth 
Amboy, N. J.] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 26, 1935. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 507, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pitthan, William L. William Louis Pitthan, report to accompany H. R. 3107 
[for relief of William Louis Pitthan] ; submitted by Mr, Tolan, Mar, 26, 1935. 

4 p. (H. rp. 496, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Prhitz-Biederman Co., report to accompany H. R. 1485 [to pay Printz-Biederman 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio, money paid as duty on merchandise imported under 
sec. 308 of tariff act] ; submitted by Mr. Gwynne. Mar. 26, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 
493, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Putnam, Russell B. Lt. Col. Russell B. Putnam, report to accompany H. R. 4814 
[for relief of Russell B. Putnam] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. 
Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 357. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ray, William A. William A. Ray, report to accompany H. R. 4630 [for relief of 

William A. Ray] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. 

(H. rp. 296, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 
Reed, Mrs. 01 in H. Mrs. Olin H. Reed, report to accompany H. R. 4146 [for relief 

of Mrs. Olin H. Reed] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 7, 1935. 

2 p. (H. rp. 321, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Richmond, Fredericksburg & Polomac Railroad Co., report to accompany H. R. 
4808 [for relief of Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Com- 
pany] ; submitted by Mr. Tolau. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 354, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly H, R. 8408 
instead of H. R. 4808.] * Paper, 5c. 

Rio Grande Southern Railroad Co., report to accompany S. 1053 [authorizing 
adjustment of claim of Rio Grande Southern Railroad Company] ; submit- 
ted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. i-p. 328, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ritchey, George W. Dr. George W. Ritcliey, report to accompany S. 1036 
[authorizing adjustment of claim of George W. Ritchey] ; submitted by Mr. 
Evans. Mar. 14, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 406, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Roden, Mary A. Estate of Mary Agnes Roden, report to accompany S. 285 
[to reimburse estate of Mary Agnes Roden, Sophie T. Walsh, administratrix] ; 
submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (II. rp. 398, 
•74tb Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ross, Garfield A. Garfield Arthur Ross, report to accompany H. R. 4079 [for 
relief of Garfield Arthur Ross] ; submitted by Mr. Lucas. Mar. 19, 1935. 
5 p. (H. rp. 430, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Schindler, Mrs. Harriet V. Harriet V, Schindler, report to accompany H. R. 
4290 [for relief of Harriet V. Schindler] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Mar. 5, 1935. 4 p, (H, rp. 294, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Schutte d Koerting Co., report to accompany S. 1056 [authorizing adjustment 
of claiiii of Schutte and Koerting Company] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Marylimd. Mar. 11, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 3G1, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Sender, William. William Scader, report to accompany H. R. 2122 [for relief 
of William Seader] ; .submitted by Mr. Ekwall. Mar. 11, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 
345, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Sosoko, Yamaio. Yamato Sesoko, report to accompany H. R. 4718 [for relief 
of Yamato Sosoko] : submitted by Mr. Kennedy of Maryland. ?ilar. 5, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 298, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Smith, William E. William E. Sniilh, report to accompany H. R. 3073 [for 
relief of William E. Smith] : submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. Mar. 
11, l!)3r). r> p. (H. rp. 349. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ppector, Frank. Frank Spector, report to accompany H. R. 4806 [authorizing 
adjustment of claim of Frank Spector] ; submitted by Mr. Kennedy of 
Maryland. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 353, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Stubbs, Duke E. Duke E. and Elizabeth S. Stubbs, report to accompany S. 1386 
[to confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render 
judgment upon claim, or claims, of Duke E. Stubbs and Elizabeth S. Stubbs] ; 
submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 439, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Symes, Ed. Ed Symes, and others, report to accompany S. 1012 [for relief of 
Ed Symes and wife, Elizabeth Symes, and certain other citizens of Texas] ; 
submitted by Mr. Nichols. Mar. 26, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 506, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Szymanski, C1iarle'<. Richard Szymanski, report to accompany H. R. 4034 [for 
relief of Charles Szymanski, father of Richard Szymanski] ; submitted by 
Mr. Nichols. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. ( H. rp. 351, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Tarrence, E. W. E. W. Tarrence, reiwrt to accompany H. R. 2987 [for relief 
of E. W. Tarrence] ; submitted by Mr. Nichols. Mar, 11, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 
348, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c, 

Tarzio, Bruno. Bruno Tarzio, report to accompany H. R. 420 [for relief of 
Bruno Tarzio] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. Mar. 11, 1935. 
3 p. (H. rp. 342, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Von Thomas, Mrs. Carlysle, sr. Mrs. Carlysle Von Thomas, sr., report to ac- 
company H. R. 4812 [for relief of Mrs. Carlysle Von Thomas, sr.] ; submitted 
by Mr. South. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 356, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Wales Island Packing Co., report to accompany S. 753 [to carry out findings of 
Court of Claims in case of Wales Island Packing Company] ; submitted by 
Mr. Daly. Mar. 14, 1935. 22 p. (H. rp. 400, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Walsh, Patrick E. Patrick Henry Walsh, report to accompany H. R. 4942 [for 
relief of Patrick Henry Walsh] ; submitted by Mr, Daly. Mar. 26, 1935. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 503, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

West India Oil Co., report to accompany S. 1039 [authorizing adjustment of 
claim of West India Oil Company] ; submitted by Mr. Ramspeck. Mar. 11, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 360, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Williamson, Homer J. Homer J. Williamson, report to accompany H. R. 616 
[for relief of Homer J. Williamson] ; submitted by Mr. Nichols. Mar. 19, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 430, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Young, James R. James R. Young, report to accompany S. 1062 [for relief of 
James R. Young, successor to Union Trust Company] ; submitted by Mr. 
Kennedy of Maryland. Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 408, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Pai)er, 5c. 

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Buildings. Condemnation of insanitary buildings, report to accompany S. 406 
[to amend act to create board for condemnation of insanitary buildings in 
District of Columbia] ; submitted by Mrs. Jenckes. Mar. 7, 1935. 4 p. (H. 
rii. 319, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Removal of dangerous buildings, report to accompany S. 403 [to amend 

act to authorize commissioners of District of Columbia to remove dangerous 
and unsafe buildings and parts thereof] ; submitted by Mrs. Jenckes. Mar. 
7, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 318, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 27. 1935; no. 2. 
1935. 16 p, 4° t Y 4.D 63/1 : 74/2 

'Public Utilities Commission. Procedural changes affecting Public Utilities 
Commission, hearings before subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 
H. R. 3462, Feb. 8-14, 1935. 1935. ii+110 p. * Paper, 10c. 

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EXPENDITUEES IN EXECUTIVE DE3»ABTMENTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

-Indian claims, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on Indian claims against 
Government, Mar. 8, 1935. 1935. 11+28 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ex 7/13 : In 25 

FLOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

'"• Arkansas River. Arkansas, Black, Red, Ouachita, and White River systems and 
their tributaries, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, measures for prevention 
of soil erosion, for flood control, for irrigation, for navigation, for con- 
structing hydroelectric plants, and other betterments in areas drained by 
Arkansas, Black, Red. Ouachita, and White River systems and their tribu- 
taries, Feb. 14-19, 1935. 1935. lii+116 p. * Paper, 10c. Y4.F65:Ar4 

"^ Central Valley project of California, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session. Cen- 
tral Valley project of State water plan of California, Feb. 7-9, 1935. 1935. 
iii+110 p. map. [Corrected print. 1st print has iii+107 p. map. The Central 
Valley project involves the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers.] * Paper, 
10c. Y 4.F 65 : C 33 

Cheat River. To provide preliminary examination of Cheat River and its 
tributaries in West Virginia with view to control of its floods, report to 

. accompany H. R. 3384 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 365, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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CoquiUe River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Coquille River and its 
tributaries in Oregon witli view to control of its floods, report to accompany 
H. R. 5773; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 370, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Floods. Funds for prosecution of works for flood control and protection against 
flood disasters, report to accompany H. R. 6803 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of 
Louisiana. Mar. 26, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 486, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Qreenbrier River. To provide preliminary examination of Greenbrier River 
and its tributaries in West Virginia with view to control of its floods, report 
to accompanv H. R. 3383 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 364, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Nehaletn River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Nehalem, Miami, Kil- 
chis, Wilson, Trask, and Tillamook rivers, in Tillamook County, Oreg., with 
view to controlling of floods, report to accompany H. R. 4077; submitted by 
Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 367, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

North Fabius River. Authorizing preliminary examination of North Fabius 
River in Lewis County, Mo., with view to controlling of floods, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5134 ; submittetl by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 368, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oswego River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Oswego, Oneida, Seneca, 
and Clyde rivers [N. Y., with view to controlling of floods], report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3285 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 363, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Potomac River. Provide preliminary examination of Potomac River and its 
tx'ibutaries with view to control of its floods, rei)ort to accompany H. R. 3385 ; 
submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 366, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rogue River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Rogue River and its 
tributaries in Oregon with view to control of its floods, report to accompany 
H. R. 5774 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 371, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

SiJetz River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Siletz River and its 
tributaries in Oi'ogon with view to control of its flootls, report to accompany 
H. R. 5777: submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. 
( H. ri^. 374, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Siuslaw River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Siuslaw River and its 
tributaries in Oregon with view to control of its floods, report to accompany 
H. R. 5775; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 372, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

VmpgtKi River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Umpqua River, Oreg., 
report to accompany H. R. 5651 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 
11, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 360, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Yaquina River. Authorizing preliminary examination of Yaquina River and its 
tributaries in Oregon with view to control of its floods, i-eport to accompany 
H. R. 5776 ; submitted by Mr. Wilson of Louisiana. Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 373, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

FOKHIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Foreign service. Building for diplomatic and consular establishments of United 
States at Helsingfors, Finland, report to accompany H. R. 4448 [to provide 
funds for acquisition of site, erec-tion of buildings, and furnishing thereof for 
use of diplomatic and consular establishments of United States at Helsingfors, 
Finland] : submitted by Mr. Reynolds [McReynolds]. Mar. 13, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 382, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Foreign serxnce — Continued. 

Relief of certain foreign service officers of United States, report [and 

minority report] to accompany S. 267 [for relief of certain officers and em- 
ployees of foreign service of United States who, while in course of their 
respective duties, suffered losses of personal property by reason of catastrophes 
of nature, namely earthquake which occurred at Managua, Nicaragua, on 
Mar. 31, 1931]. [2 pts.] (H. i-p. 303, 2 pts., 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[pt. 1.] Report ; submitted by Mr. Bloom. Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. * Paper, 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority report ; submitted by Mr. Caldwell. Mar. 18, 1935. 2 p. * Paper, 5c. 

International Council of Scientific Unions, report to accompany H. R. 4901 [to 
authorize appropriations to pay annual share of United States as adhering 
member of International Council of Scientific Unions and associated unions] ; 
submitted by Mr. Bloom. Mar. 6, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 307, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Foreign service. Grading and classification of clerks in foreign serv- 
ice, report to accompany H. R. 6504 [to amend act for grading and classifica- 
tion of clerks in foreign service, and providing compensation therefor, relative 
to appointments and promotions of foreign service officers during recess of 
Senate] ; submitted by Mr. McReynolds. Mar. 13, 1935. [2] p. (H. rp. 383, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rio Grande. International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico, 
M'aters of Rio Grande, report to accompany H. R. 64.53 [to amend act pro- 
viding for study regarding equitable use of waters of Rio Grande, and so forth, 
as amended, so as to obtain information on which to base treaty with Mexico 
as to use of waters of Rio Grande, Colorado, and Tia Juana rivers] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Johnson of Texas. Mar. 18, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 422, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 64.53 authorizes designation of the American com- 
missioner on the International Boundary Commission, United States and 
Mexico, to cooperate with representatives of Mexican Government in making 
investisation.] * Paper, 5c. 
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San Francisco Exposition of 1938 at San Francisco, Calif., report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 151 [authorizing and requesting the President to invite 
countries of the world to participate in San Francisco Exposition of 1938 at 
San Francisco, Calif.] ; submitted by Mr. Lambeth. Mar. 1, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 278, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

IMMIGRATION AND NATUEALIZATION COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, March calendar. 
Mar. 6, 1935 ; no. 2. 1935. 11 p. large 8° $ Y 4.1m 6/1 : 74/2 

Citizenship. To repatriate native-born persons who while minors lost their 
citizenship without affirmative renunciation in their own behalf, report to ac- 
company H. R. 3023 ; submitted by Mr. Kramer. Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 
290, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print] * Paper, 5c. 

^Deportation of alien seamen, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5380 
and H. R. 2885, Mar. 13 and 14, 1935. 1935. iii+75 p. (Hearings no. 
74-1-2.) * Paper, 10c. Y 4.1m 6/1 : Al 4/22 

Naturalisation. Amend naturalization laws in respect to residence require- 
ments, report to accompany H. R. 4900 ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. Mar. 28, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 516, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wo7nen. To repatriate native-born women who lost nationality by marriage to 
alien, report to accompany H. R. 4354; submitted by Mrs. O'Day. Mar, 1, 
1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 279, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26177 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Allegany Reservation. Repeal act to grant to State of New York and Seneca 
Nation of Indians jurisdiction over taking of fish and game within Allegany, 
Cattaraugus, and Oil Spring Indian reservations, report to accompany H. R. 
5069 ; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 387, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Arlee, Mont. Joint school district no. 28, Lake and Missoula counties, Mont., 
report to accompany H. R. 5500 [to provide funds for cooperation with joint 
school district numbered 28, Lake and Missoula counties, Mont., for extension 
of public-school buildings at Arlee, Ronan, and St. Ignatius, to be available to 
Indian children of Flathead (or Jocko) Indian Reservation] ; submitted by 
Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 449, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Brockton, Mont. Provide funds for cooperation with school board at Brockton, 
Mont., report to accompany H. R. 5200 [to provide funds for cooperation with 
school board at Brockton, Mont., in extension of public-school building at that 
place to be available to Indian children of Fort Peck Indian Reservation] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 443, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Chippewa Indians. Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, report to accompany H. R. 
2049 [to amend act authorizing Chipi)ewa Indians of Minnesota to submit 
claims to Court of Claims, approved May 14, 1926 (44 Stat. L. 555) ; submitted 
by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 8, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 336, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Compensate Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, report to accompany H. R. 

2046 [to compensate Chippewa Indians of Minnesota for lands set aside by 
treaties for their future homes and later patented to Minnesota under swamp 
land act] ; submitted by Mr. Ryan. Mar. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 482, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c. 

Setting aside lands for Leech Lake band of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, 

report to accompany H. R. 2045; submitted by Mr. Ryan. Feb. 28, 1935. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 262, 74th Cong. 1st se.ss.) [The land to be reserved is within Minnesota 
National Forest] * Paper, 5c. 

Covelo, Calif. Public-school buildings to be available to Indian children of 
Round Valley Reservation, Calif., report to accompany H. R. 1395 [to provide 
funds for cooperation with public-school board at Covelo, Calif., in construction 
of public school buildings to be available to Indian children of Round Valley 
Reservation. Calif.] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 9, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 339, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

C7-0W Indiana. Extending time for repayment of revolving fund for benefit of 
Crow Indians, report to accompanv H. R. 6365 ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 
22,1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 472, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dakota Indians. Appropriation to carry out provisions of act of May 3, 1928 
(45 Stat. L. 484) [relating to claims of individual Sioux Indians], report to 
accompany H. R. 6771 ; submitted by Mr. Murdock. Mar. 22, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 474, 74th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

Flathead Indians. Relief of certain Indians of Flathead Reservation, report 
to accompany H. R. 6433 [for relief of certain Indians of Flathead Reserva- 
tion killed or injured en route to dedication ceremonies of Going-to-the-Sun 
Highway, Glacier National Park] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 22, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 476, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads 
incorrectly Committee on Claims instead of Committee on Indian Affairs.] 

* Pai)er, 5c. 

Frazer, Mont. Public high school at Frazer, Mont., report to accompany H. R. 
5212 [to authorize appropriations for completion of public high school at 
Frazer, Mont., to be available to Indian children of Fort Peck Reservation! ; 
submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 445, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Gayton, Joseph. Relief of rightful heir of Joseph Gayton, report to accompany 
H. R. 5192 [for relief of Jean Marcella Mentz Gayton (Wicks), rightful heir 
of Joseph Gayton] ; submitted by Mr. Burdick. Max*. 14, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 
388, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Glacier County, Mont. Provide funds for cooperation with public-school dis- 
tricts in Glacier County, Mont., report to accompany H. R. 5215 [to provide 
funds for cooperation with public-school district numbered 9 in Glacier County, 
Mont., in improvement and extension of school buildings to be available to 
both Indian children of Blackfeet Reservation and white children] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 454, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Graves, Charles L. Charles L. Graves, report to accompany H. R. 4372 [for 
relief of Charles L. Graves] ; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar, 8, 
1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 338, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hardin, Mont. School district no. 17-H, Big Horn County, Mont., report to 
accompany H. R. 5210 [to provide funds for cooperation with school district 
numbered 17-H, Big Horn County, Mont., for extension of public-school 
buildings at Hardin and at Crow Agency, to be available to Indian children] ; 
submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 444, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Harlem, Mont. Harlem school district no, 12, Blaine County, Mont., report to 
accompany H. R. 5216 [to provide funds for cooperation with Harlem school 
district numbered 12, Blaine County, Mont., for extension of public-school 
buildings and equipment to be available for Indian children of Fort Belknap 
Reservation] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 448, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Indian colonies. Creation of Indian village within Shoalwater Indian Reserva- 
tion, Wash., report to accompany H. R. 6236; submitted by Mr. Rogers of 
Oklahoma. Mar. 22, 1935. 2 p, (H. rp. 471, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Lodge Grass, Mont. School district no. 27, Big Horn County, Mont., report to 
accompany H. R. 5213 [to provide funds for cooperation with school district 
numbered 27, Big Horn County, Mont., for extension of public-school buildings 
to be available to Indian children of Crow Reservation, at Lodge Grass, 
Mont.] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 446, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Marysville, Wash. Marysville school district no. 325, Snohomish County, 
Wash., report to accompany H. R. 3999 [to provide funds for cooperation 
with Marysville school district numbered 325, Snohomish County Wash., for 
extension of public-school buildings to be available for Indian children] ; 
submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 452, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Medicine Lake, Mont. Provide funds for cooperation with school board at 
Medicine Lake, Mont., report to accompany H. R. 6315 [to provide funds for 
cooperation wuth school board at Medicine Lake, Mont., in construction of 
public-school building to be available to Indian children of Medicine Luke, 
Mont.] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 450, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [This school is to be available to Indian children of Fort 
Peck Reservation.] * Paper, 5c. 

Navajo Reservation. Define exterior boundaries, Navajo Indian Reservation, 
N. Mex., report to accompany H. R. 6542 [to define exterior boundaries of 
Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, and for other purposes] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 22, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 473, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Paiute Indians. Reserve public-domain lands in Nevada and Oregon as grazing 
reserve for Indians of Fort McDermitt, Nev., report to accompany H. R. 4126 ; 
submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 8, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 337, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [These Indians are of the Paiute and Shoshone 
tribes.] * Paper, 5c. 

Pawnee Indians. Pawnee tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, report to accompany 
H. R. 4376 [for relief of Pawnee tribe of Indians of Oklahoma] ; submitted 
by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma, Mar, 4, 1935. 2 p, (H, rp, 286, 74th Cong, 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Poison, Mont. School district no. 23, Poison, Mont., report to accompany H. R. 
5499 [to provide funds for cooperation with school district numbered 23, 
Poison, Mont., in improvement and extension of school buildings to be avail- 
able to both Indian children of Flathead (or Jocko) Reservation and white 
children] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 453, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Poplar, Mont. Funds for cooperation with public school board at Poplar, Mont., 
report to accompany H. R. 5207 [for expenditure of funds for cooperation 
with public-school board at Poplar, Mont., in construction or improvement of 
public-school building to be available to Indian children of Fort Peck Indian 
Reservation, Mont.] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 
442, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rocky Boy Reservation. Public-domain land in Montana, report to accompany 
H. R. 3811 [to add public-domain land in Montana to Rocky Boy Indian 
Reservation] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 451, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Stockhridge Indians. Claims of Stockbridge and Munsee Indians, report to 
accompany H. R. 5230 [to confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear 
claims of Stockbridge and Munsee tribe of Indians] ; submitted by Mr. 
Werner. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 289, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Individual claims of. Stockbridge and Munsee Indians, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5229 [directing Secretary of Interior to investigate, hear, and 
determine claims of individual members of Stockbridge and Munsee tribe of 
Indians of Wisconsin] ; submitted by Mr. Werner. Mar. 5, 1935. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 288, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

White Sw.an, Wash. White Swan school district no. 88, Yakima County, Wash., 
report to accompany H. R. 4297 [to provide funds for cooperation with 
White Swan school district numbered 88, Yakima County, Wash., for exten- 
sion of public-school buildings to be available for Indian children of Yakima 
Reservation] ; submitted by Mr. Ayers. Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 441, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wolf Point, Mont. Provide funds for cooperation with public school board at 
Wolf Point, Mont., report to accompany H. R. 5214 [to provide funds for 
cooperation with public-school board at Wolf Point, Mont., in construction 
or improvement of public-school building to be available to Indian children 
of Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Mont.] ; submitted by Mr. Ayei'S. Mar. 
19, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 447, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Znfii Reservation. Transferring national-forest lands to Zuni Indian Reserva- 
tion, N. Mex. [comprising Miller Division of Cibola National Forest], report 
to accompany H. R. 6141 ; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 22, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 470, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMEECE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

""Motor vehicles. Regulation of interstate motor carriers, hearing before sub- 
committee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5262 and H. R. 6016, regula- 
tion of transportation of passengers and property by motor carriers operating 
in interstate or foreign commerce, .Feb. 19-Mar. 5, 1935. 19.S5. iv-f 441 p. 
il. 1 pi. * Paper, 50c. Y 4.1n 8/4 : M S5/6 

^Public utility holding companies, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
5423, to provide for control in public interest of public utility holding com- 
panies using mails and facilities of interstate commerce, to regulate trans- 
mission and sale of electric energy and natural gas in interstate and foreign 
commerce, and for other purposes, Feb. 19-Mar. 13, 1935. 1935. pt. 1, 
iii-f 1-576 p. * Paper, 60c. Y 4.1n 8/4 : P 96/8/pt.l 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Admiralty. Fees on appeal and bonds in admiralty, report to accompany H. R. 
29 [to amend laws relating to proctors' and marshals' fees and bonds and 
stipulations in suits in admiralty] ; submitted by Mr. Ramsay. Mar. 27, 1935. 
5 p. (H. rp. 514, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Alaska. Appeals in criminal cases from district court of Alaska, report to 
accompany H. R. 6114 [to amend sec. 128 of judicial code as amended, so 
as to permit review, on appeal, bj* Circuit Courts of Appeals, of final decisions 
of district courts for Alaska and Virgin Islands in all criminal cases] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Gassaway. Mar. 20, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 456, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Discharge from imprisonment for nonpayment of fines in Alaska, report 

to accompany H. R. 157 [to amend see. 5296, Revised statutes, relating to 
imprisonment and payment of fines by poor convicts, so as to bring district 
court of Alaska within intent and meaning of that section] ; submitted by 
Mr. Duffy of New York. Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 460, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Pai)er, 5c. 

Bankruptcy. To amend bankruptcy act as amended, report to accompany H. R. 
5797 [to amend act to establish uniform system of bankruptcy throughout 
United States, and acts amendatory and supplementary thereto, so as to 
clarify and enlarge meaning of farmer to include individuals engaged in dairy 
farming and production of poultry or live stock] ; submitted by Mr. Gassaway. 
Mar. 20, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 455, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 9 and 23, 
1935 ; no. 5 and 6. 1935. Each 71 p. 4° $ Y 4. J 89/1 : 74/5,6 

Judges. Appoint additional circuit judge for 9th judicial circuit, report to ac- 
company H. R. 5917; submitted by Mr. Lloyd. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
413, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Lalor and laboring classes. Interstate compacts to promote uniform State 
legislation affecting labor and industries, report to accompany H. J. Res. 146 
[to authorize the several States to negotiate compacts or agreements to pro- 
mote greater uniformity in laws of such States affecting labor and industries] ; 
submitted by Mr. Healey. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 281, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Leif Erikson Da^. Requesting the President to proclaim Oct. 9 as Leif Eric- 
son [Erikson] Day, report to accompany H. J. Res. 26; submitted by Mr. 
Weaver. Mar. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 513, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MarsJials. Powers and duties of United States marshals, report to accompany 
H. R. 5456; submitted by Mr. Weaver. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p, (H. rp. 283, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

National Archives. Publication of governmental rules and regulations, report 
to accompany H. R. 6323 [to provide for custody in National Archives Estab- 
lishment of Federal proclamations, orders, regulations, notices, and other 
documents, and for prompt and uniform printing and distribution thereof] ; 
submitted by Mr. Celler. Mar, 4, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 280, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [H. R. 6323 also provides for the printing, etc., of the Federal regis- 
ter.] * Paper, 5c. 

Pulaski, Count Casiniir. General Pulaski's Memorial Day, report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 107 [authorizing President of United States to proclaim Oct, 
11 of each year General Pulaski's Memorial Day for observance and com- 
memoration of death of Casimir Pulaski] ; submitted by Mr. Citron, Mar. 12, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 378, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ritter, Hoisted L. Conduct of Halsted L. Ritter, district judge, southern dis- 
trict of Florida, hearing before subcommittee [73d and 74th Congresses], pur- 
suant to H. Res. 163 (73d Congress). 1935. iv-{-704 p. (Serial 1.) [These 
hearings were held in Miami, Fla., and Washington, D. C] * Paper, 80c. 

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LABOR COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

^Industrial arbitration. Equal labor representation on Government codes and 
boards, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4884 and H. R. 6450, 
Feb. 18-28, 1935. 1935. ii+228 p. * Paper, 20c. Y 4.L 11 : R 29 

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Industrial arditration — Continued. 

Equal labor representation on Government codes and boards, report to 

accompany H. R. 6450 [to accord labor proper opportunity for protection of 
rights granted by Congress] ; submitted by Mr. Connery. Mar. 8, 1935. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 333, 74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Labor exchanges. Altering apportionment to certain States for public employ- 
ment offices [affiliated with United States Employment Service], report to 
accompany S. 147; submitted by Mr. Connery. Mar. 18, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp. 
426, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Social security. Unemployment, old age, and social insurance, hearings before 
subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session on H. R. 2827, for establishment 
of unemployment, old age, and social insurance. H. R. 2859, for establish- 
ment of unemployment and social insurance, H. R. 185, for establishment of 
system of unemployment insurance, and H. R. 10, for establishment of unem- 
ployment and social insurance, Feb. 4-15, 1935. 1935. viii+726 p. il. 

* Paper, SOc. Y 4.L 11 : Un 2/4 

Workers' unemployment, old-age, and social insurance, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2827; submitted by Mr. Connery. Mar. 15, 1935. 10 p. (H. rp. 
418, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority views signed by Mr. Ramspeck.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26252 

Statistics. Special statistical studies by Department of Labor, report to 
accompany S. 857 [to authorize Department of Labor to continue to make 
special statistical studies upon payment of cost thereof] ; submitted by Mr. 
Connery. Mar. 18, 1935, 3 p. (H, rp, 428, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

LIBRARY COMMITTER HOUSE 

Bonks. Books and records for adult blind, report to accompany H. R. 5732 
[to authorize iucrease in annual appropriation for books for adult blind] ; 
submitted by Mr. Keller. Feb. 28, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 266, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Books and records for adult blind, report to accompany H. R. 6371 [to 

authorize increase in annual appropriation for books for adult blind] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Keller. Mar. 6, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp- 311, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26178 

Cannon, Joseph G. Providing for suitable inscription on pedestal of bust of 
former Speaker Joseph G. Cannon, now located on 2d floor, old House Office 
Building, report to accompany H. Res. 117 ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Feb. 
28, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 264, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cleveland, Grover. Authorizing erection of monument to Grover Cleveland in 
Washington, D. C, report to accompany H. .7. Res. 147; submitted by Mr, 
Keller, Feb, 28, 1935. 2 p. (H, rp, 268, 74th Cong, 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Holtzapple, George E. Dr. George E. Holtzapple, report to accompany H. R. 
5762 [authorizing the President to present, in name of Congress, iledal of 
Honor to George E. Holtzapple] ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Feb. 28, 1935. 
3 p, (H. rp. 267, 74th Cong, 1st sess,) * Paper, 5c, 
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Indian Buffalo Hunt. Purchase of Indian Buffalo Hunt, report to accompany 
H. R. 52G3 [to purchase and erect in city of Washington group of statuary 
known as Indian Buffalo Hunt] ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Feb. 28, 1935. 
2 p. (H. rp. 269, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Interstate Reference Bureau. To make available to Congress services and 
data of Interstate Reference Bureau [of American Legislators' Association], 
report to accompany H. J. Res. 156 ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Feb. 28, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 265, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

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Jusserand, Jean J. Memorial to Jean Jules Jusserand, report to accompany 
H. J. Res. 204 [authorizing erection of memorial to Jean Jules Jusserand in 
Washiington, D. C] ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 

462, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

NortJncest Tefritonj, U. S. To provide for observance and celebration of 150th 
anniversary of adoption of Ordinance of 1787 and settlement of Northwest 
Territory, report to accompany H. J. Res. 208 ; submitted by Mr. Keller. 
Mar. 19, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 440, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. J. Res. 208 
establishes the Northwest Territory Celebration Commission.] * Paper, 5c. 

Smithso7iian Institution. Frederic A. Delano, report to accompany H. J. Res. 
195 [to provide for reappointment of Frederic A. Delano as member of board 
of regents of Smithsonian Institution] ; submitted by Mr. Keller. Mar. 21, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 461, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

To provide for reappointment of Frederic A. Delano as member of board 

of regents of Smithsonian Institution, report to accompany H. R. 6292 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Keller. Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 287, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHEBIES COMMITTEES, HOUSE 

Coasting trade. Great Lakes car ferries, report to accompany S. 619 [to amend 
sec. 27 of merchant marine act, 1920, relative to coastwise trade on Great 
Lakes] ; submitted by Mr. Bland. Mar. 9, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 340, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26253 

Merchant marine policy, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 19 [-21], 
1935. 1935. pts. 1-3, [xi] +1-259 p. [Parts 2 and 3 are committee prints.] 

* Paper, each pt. 10c. Y 4.M 53 : M 53/12/pt.l-3 

Safety of life and property at sea, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, intro- 
duction. Mar. 1, 1935. 1935. ii+10 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.M 53 : Sa 1/pt.l/introd. 

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Amsiaugher, Andreio. Andrew Amsbaugher, report to accompany H. R. 2528 
[for relief of Andrew Amsbaugher] ; submitted by Mr. Andrews of New York. 
Mar. 12, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 380, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Balbo, Italo. Authorizing the President to present Distinguished Flying Cross 
to Italo Balbo and Aldo Pellegrini, of Royal Italian Air Force, report to 
accompany S. 1605; submitted by Mr. Turner. Mar. 27, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 
512, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Beck, Roy. Roy Beck, report to accompany H. R. 594 [for relief of Roy Beck] ; 
submitted by Mr. Harter. Feb. 28, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 260, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Mr. Duncan instead of 
Mr. Harter.] * Paper, 5c. 

Bensel, Herman W. Herman Bensel, report to accompany H. R. 3109 [for relief 
of Herman W. Bensel] ; submitted by Mr. Faddis. Mar. 15, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 419, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Boy Scouts of America. Lend Army and Navy equipment for use at national 
jamboree of Boy Scouts of America [to be held at Washington, D. C, during 
summer of 1935], report to accompany H. R. 3800; submitted by Mr. Thoma- 
son. Feb. 28, 19.35. 3 p. (H. rp. 263, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Valendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 3d edition. 1935. 140 p. 4° t 

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tones, Benjamin F. Benjamin F. Jones, report to accompany H. R. 1563 [for 
relief of Benjamin F. Jones] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Mar. 20, 1935. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 458, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jordan, James J. James J. Jordan, report to accompany S. 347 [for relief of 
James J. Jordan] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Mar. 22, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 

463, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Keller, William L. Col. Willinm L. Keller, report to accompany H. R. 3158 [to 
give proper recoguition to distinguished services of William L. Keller] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Rogers of New Hampshire. Mar. 12, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 377, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Kelleij, William. William Kelley, report to accompany H. R. 2293 [for relief of 
William Kelley] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Mar. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. fp. 
511, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Kroegel, Frank. Frank Kroegel, report to accompany H. R. 2107 [for relief 
of Frank Kroegel, alias Francis Kroegel] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Mar. 7, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 317, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Moore, James T. James T. Moore, report to accompany H. R. 401 [for relief 
of James T. Moore] ; submitted by Mr. Hill of Alabama. Mar. 28, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 518, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paiier, 5c. 

Offleers, Air Corps. To strengthen Air Corps and to train reserve officers, re- 
port to accompany H. R. 6250 [to amend national defense act by enlarging 
commissioned personnel of Air Corps, Army, by increasing commissioned 
personnel of Regular Army, and by training in active service certain mem- 
bers of Officers' Reserve Corps] ; submitted by Mr. McSwain. Mar. 1, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 275, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pa{fe, Jack. Jack Page, report to accompany H. R. 298 [for relief of Jack 

Page] ; submitted by Mr. Kvale. Mar. 11, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 375, 74th 

Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
Schilling, Charles C. Charles C. Schilling, report to accompany H. R. 1031 [for 

relief of Charles C. Schilling] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Mar. 25, 1935. 

3 p. (H. rp. 477, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Sowiiiski, Stephen. Stephen Sowinski, report to accompany H. R. 6788 [for 
relief of Stephen Sowinski] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Mar. 19, 1935. 14 p. 
(H. rp. 429, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Stalnaker, Neicton C. Newton C. Stalnaker, report to accompany H. R. 609 
[for relief of Newton C. Stalnaker] ; submitted by Mr. Turner. Mar. 7, 
1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 316, 74th Cong. l9t sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Stannard, William J. Retirement of William J. Stannard, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 25^4; submitted by Mr. Hill of Alabama. Mar. 28, 1935. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 517, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

Tabcr, Edgar H. Edgar H. Taber, report to accompany H. R. 1963 [for relief 
of Edgar H. Taber] ; submitted by Mr. Harter. Mar. 6, 1935. 5 p. (H. rp. 
309, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 'Paper, 5c. 

Thompson, Virden. For relief of Virden Thompson [alias Bert Thompson, 
alias James B. King], rei)ort to accompany H. R. 1368; submitted by Mr. 
Turner. Mar. 8, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 334, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

War. Taking profits out of war, hearings. 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
3 and H. R. 5293, Jan. 23-29, 1935. 1935. ii+771 p. 12 pi. [The hearing 
held on Jan. 22, 1935, is included. A list of references on profiteering, com- 
piled by Library of Congress, Division of Bibliographv, is also included.] 
* Paper, $1.00. Y 4.M 59/1 : W 19/7 

Wolf, Raymond A. Raymond A. Wolf, report to accompany H. R. 2532 [for 
relief of Raymond A. Wolf] ; submitted by Mr. Dorsey. Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 381, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wright, Percy C. Percy C. Wright, report to accompany H. R. 2566 [for relief 
of Percy C. Wright] ; submitted by Mr. Collins. Mar. 1, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 
274, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

NAVAL AFFATKfi COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Archers Creek. To amend sec. 1 of act authorizing Secretary of Navy to accept, 
on behalf of United States, title in fee simple to strip of land and construction 
of bridge across Archers Creek in South Carolina [to connect Marine Corps 
reservation on Parris Island with Port Royal Island], report to accompany 
H. R. 4759; submitted by Mr. Drewry. Mar. 1, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 276, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

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Naval Reserve. For relief of oflBcers and men of Naval and Marine Corps 
reserves wlio performed flights in naval aircraft in connection with search 
for victims and wreckage of United States dirigible Akron, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 47(H ; submitted by Mr. Kniffin. Mar. 1, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 277, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Navf/ Department. To authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with construc- 
tion of certain public works, report to accompany H. R. 5576 ; submitted by 
Mr. Darden. Feb. 28, 1935. 23 p. (H. rp. 261, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Cor- 
rected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Committee on Military Affairs 
instead of Committee on Naval Affairs.] * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Navy. Provide for advancement by selection in staff corps of Navy 
to ranks of lieutenant commander and lieutenant, amend act to provide 
for equalization of promotion of officers of staff corps of Navy with officers 
of the line, and for other purposes, report to accompany H. R. 5382 ; submitted 
by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. Mar. 15, 1935. 10 p. il. (H. rp. 417, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Supply Corps, No/vy. To amend sec. 1383, Revised statutes [relating to certain 
officers of Supply Corps, Navy], report to accompany H. R. 4767; submitted 
by Mr. Kniffin. Mar. 4, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 282, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

WiUson, Russell. Capt. Russell Willson, report to accompany H. R. 5564 [for 
relief of Russell Willson] ; submitted by Mr. Sears. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 284, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PATENTS COMMITTEEl, HOTTSE 

' Patents. Pooling of patents, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. ll-Mar. 7, 
1935. 1935. ii-f 245 p. [The question of patent iwoling in the aircraft indus- 
try is discussed in these hearings.] * Paper, 20c. Y 4.P 27/1 : P 78 

POST OFFICE AND POST ROADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Air mail, report to accompany H. R. 6511 [to amend air-mail laws and to au- 
thorize extension of Air Mail Service] ; submitted by Mr. Dobbins. Mar. 9, 
1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 341, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Irwin, Ralph G. Relief of Ralph C. Irwin, report to accompany H. R. 4036 [for 
relief of Ralph C. Irwin] ; submitted by Mr. Sweeney. Mar. 6, 1935. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 312, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Parcel post. Demurrage on collect-on-delivery parcels, report to accompany 
H. R. 5540 [extending period during which no demurrage is charged on collect- 
on-delivery parcels and excepting imposition of demurrage charged on collect- 
on-delivery parcels exchanged between continental and island possessions] ; 
submitted by Mr. Hildebrandt. Mar. 6, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 310, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Post-office inspectors. Compensation of post-office inspectors, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3612 [for adjusting compensation of post-office inspectors and 
inspectors in charge to correspond to I'ates established by classification act of 
1923, as amended] ; submitted by Mr. Burch. Mar. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 315, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Post offices. Air rights, report pursuant to H. Res. 226 (72d Congress), H. Res. 
59 (73d Congress), H. Res. 33 (74th Congress) ; submitted by Mr. Mead. 1935. 
iii-(-8 p. (H. rp. 273, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [This report concerns locating of 
post offices over railroad tracks.] * Paper, 5c. 
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Supplemental report on investigation of Federal building materials, pay- 
ment of architects, bonds, postal leases, vacant bank buildings, report pursuant 
to H. Res. 226, (72d Congress), H. Res. 59 (73d Congress), H. Res. 33 (74th 
Congress) ; submitted by Mr. Mead. 1935. iii-1-15 p. (H. rp. 272, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Postal Sninnffs Si/stem, report pursuant to H. Res. 22(> (72d Congress), H. Res. 
59 (73d Congress), H. Res. 33 (74th Congress) ; submitted by Mr. Mead. 1935. 
iii+5 p. (H. rp. 270, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c. 

Postal sGrmce. Personnel of postal service, report pursuant to H. Res. 226 (72d 
Congress), H. Res. 59 (73d Congress), H. Res. 33 (74tli Congress) ; submitted 
by Mr. Mead. 1935. vi+8 p. (H. rp. 271, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PRINTING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

National Archives. Publications for National Archives Establishment, report 
to accompany H. R. 6836 [for printing and distribution of Government pub- 
lications to National Archives Establishment] ; submitted by Mr. Lambeth. 
Mar. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 481, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rodney, Caesar. Print proceedings in Congress upon acceptance of statues of 
Caesar Rodney and John M. Clayton, report to accompany S. Con. Res. 5 [to 
print and bind proceedings in Congress and in rotunda of Cajvltol upon 
acceptance in Capitol of statues of Caesar Rodney and John M. Clayton 
presented by Delaware] ; submitted by Mr. Lambeth. IMar. 14, 1935. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 416, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTED:, HOUSE 

Executive Mansion. Increase White House police force, report to acconi])auy 
H. R. 6('.54; submitted by Mr. Houston. Mar. 22, 1935. 3 p. (II. rp. 464, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Haijnies Brothers. Contractors and subcontractors for post-office buildings, 
report to accompany H. R. 108 [to amend act for relief of contractors and 
subcontractors for post offices and other buildings and work under supervi- 
sion of Treasury Department, as amended, so as to include Haymes 
Brothers] ; submitted by Mr. Lanham. Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 314, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Joncsboro, Ark. Authorize acquisition of land to provide appropriate means 
of access to post office at Jonesboro, Ark., report to accompany H. R. 6290 ; 
submitted by Mr. Lanham. Mar. 6, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 308, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Public buildings and grounds, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 

H. R. 6290, to authorize acquisition of land to provide appropriate means of 
access to post office at Jonesboro, Ark., H. R. 108, to amend act for relief of 
contractors and subcontractors for post offices and other buildings and work 
under supervision of Treasury Department, as amended [so as to include 
Havmes Brothers]. 1935. ii+15 p. (No. 1.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Kentucky. To authorize transfer of lands in Hopkins County, Ky., to Ken- 
tucky, report to accompany H. R. 3012 ; submitted by Mr. Lanham. Mar. 20, 
1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 457, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PUBLIC LANDS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Emergency Conservation Work. Authorize disposal of property of Emergency 
Conservation Work, report to accompany H. R. 60; submitted by Mr. Robin- 
son of Utah. Mar. 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 414, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper. 5c. 

Grazing. Amend sec. 1, 3, and 15, and to add sec. 17, to act of June 28, 1934 
(48 Stat. 1269), Taylor grazing act, report to accompany H. R. 3019 [to amend 
sec. 1, 3, and 15 of act to stop injury to public grazing lands by preventing 
overgrazing and soil deterioration, to provide for their orderly use, improve- 
ment, and development, to stabilize livestock industry dependent upon public 
range, and for other purposes, and to add sec. 17 to said act] ; submitted by 
Mr. DeRouen. Mar. 25, 1935. 7 p. (H. rp. 479, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[Includes minority report signed by Mr. Rich.] * Paper, 5c. 

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Homestead. Leave of absence to homesteaders on public domain [during 1935], 
report to accompany H. R. 5538; submitted by Mr. Greever. Mar. 14, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 415, T4th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hot Springs National Park. Accept jurisdiction over Hot Springs National Park, 
Ark., report to accompany H. R. 6465 [to accept cession by Arkansas of 
jurisdiction over all lands now or hereafter included within Hot Springs 
National Park, Ark.] ; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. Mar. 28, 1935. 

1 p. (H. rp. 522, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lincoln National Forest. Extend provisions of sec. 2 of act of Feb. 28, 1925, 
authorizing reservations of timber, minerals, or easements to exchanges of 
lands in New Mexico, under act of Feb. 14, 1923, and act of Feb. 7, 1929 
[which authorize United States to acquire privately owned lands in Lincoln 
National Forest by exchange], report to accompany H. R. 4541; submitted 
by Mr. Dempsey. Mar. 28, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 520, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

McCormach, Ivan H. Ivan H. McCormack, report to accompany H. R. 1880 
[for relief of Ivan H. McCormack] ; submitted by Mr. Mott. Mar. 28, 1935. 

2 p. (H. rp. 519, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Public lands. Validating applications for and entries of public lands, report to 
accompany H. R. 4707; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. Mar. 28, 1935. 

3 p. (H. rp. 521, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

RIVERS AND HAKBORS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Cape Cod Canal, Mass., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on 
review of reports heretofore submitted on Cape Cod Canal, Mass. [Dec. 10, 
1934, with report of John J. Kingman, etc.]. [1935.] 37 p. il. map. (Docu- 
ment 15, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R 52: 74/15 

Humboldt Harbor and Bay, Calif., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and 
Harbors on review of reports heretofore submitted on Humboldt Harbor and 
Bay, Calif. [July 16, 1934, with report of H. A. Finch, etc.]. [1935.] 30 p. 
3 maps. (Document 14, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52: 74/14 

^Inland iraterway from Beaufort, N. C, to Cape Fenr River, including water- 
way to Jacksonville (New River), N. C, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, 
on subject of improvement of inland waterway from Beaufort, N. C, to Cape 
Fear River, including waterway to Jacksonville (New River), N. C, Mar. 
11, 1935. 1935. ii+12 p. * Pai>er, 5c. Y 4.R 52 : B 38/2 

Mill Creek Va., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on review 
of reports heretofore submitted on Mill Creek, Va. [Jan. 11, 1935, with report 
of R. W. Crawford, etc.]. [1935.] 16 p. map. (Document 20, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/20 

-i Mississippi River and tributaries, hearing, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
3467, to authorize Secretary of War, upon recommendation of chief of engi- 
neers, to adjust, settle, and pay claims of drainage districts and levee dis- 
tricts for damages on account of increased seepage, and/or increased cost of 
drainage resulting from certain improvements on Mississippi River and its 
tributaries, Jan. 30, 31, 1935. 1935. ii+56 p. * Paper, 5c. 

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New Bedford Harbor, Mass., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Har- 
bors on review of reports heretofore submitted on New Bedford Harbor, Mass. 
[Dec. 10, 1934, with report of Mason J. Young, etc.]. [1935.] 23 p. map. 
(Document 16, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/16 

-Potomac River, D. C, water front on north side of Washington Channel, hear- 
ings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on subject of improvement of water front on 
north side of Washington Channel, Potomac River, D. C, Mar. 6, 1935. 1935. 
ii+30 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.R 52 : P 84/4 

Richmond Harbor, Calif., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors 
on review of reports heretofore submitted on Richmond Harbor, Calif. [Oct. 
29, 1934, with report of H. A. Finch, etc.] [1934.] 26 p. map. (Document 
10, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R 52: 74/10 

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Rivers. Eiver and harbor bill, hearings, 74tli Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
6732, authorizing construction, repair, and preservation of certain public 
worJis on rivers and harbors, Feb. and Mar. 1935. 1935. iv+152 p. * Paper, 
15c. Y 4.R 52 : R 52/8 

■ Rivers and harbors bill, report to accompany H. R. 6732 [authorizing 

construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and 
harbors, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Mansfield. Mar. 18, 
1935. 67 p. (H. rp. 424, 74th Ck)ng. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
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SaMne-Neches Waterway. Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex., hearing, 74th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on improvement of Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex., Mar. 
14, 1935. 1935. ii-f 18 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.R 52 : Sa 1 b/5 

Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers 

and Harbors on review of reports heretofore submitted on Sabine-Neches 
Waterwav, Tex. [Nov. 19, 1934, with report of E. H, Marks, etc.]. [1935.] 

■ 40 p. map. (Document 12, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R52:74A2 

Texas. Coast of Texas in vicinity of Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, Rockport, and 
Corpus Christi, report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors on re- 
view of reports heretofore submitted on coast of Texas in vicinity of Aransas 
Pass, Port Aransas, Rockport, and Corpus Christi [Nov. 19, 1934, with report 
of E. H. Marks, etc.]. [1935.] 36 p. map, (Document 13, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) t Y4.R 52: 74/13 

Thames River, Conn., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors 
on review of reports heretofore submitted on Thames River, Conn., from 
Allyns Point to head of navigation at Norwich [Jan. 11, 1935, with report of 
Mason J. Young, etc.]. [1935.] 20 p. 5 maps. (Document 18, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) t Y 4.R 52 : 74/18 

Turtle Bay and Turtle Bayou, Tex., report of Board of Engineers for Rivers 
and Harbors on review of reports heretofore submitted on Turtle Bay and 
Turtle Bayou, Tex. [June 26. 1934, with report of E. H. Marks, etc.]. 
[1935.] 19 p. (Document 17, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) t Y4.R 52: 74/17 

R0AD8 COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Roads. Emergency construction of public highways, report to accompany H. R. 
4301 [to increase employment and reduce highway and railway intersection 
hazards by authorizing appropriation for emergency construction of public 
highways and related projects] ; submitted by Mr. Secrest. Mar. 14, 1935. 
4 p. (H. rp. 386, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Washington-Lincoln Memorial Gettyshurg Boulevard. Establishment of Com- 
mission for Construction of Washington-Lincoln Memorial Gettysburg Boule- 
vard connecting present Lincoln Memorial in city of Washington with battle- 
field of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, report to accompany S. J. Res. 43 ; 
submitted by Mr. Cartwright. Mar. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 480, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

KULES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Adjusted service certificates. Consideration of H. R. 3896. report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 165 [for consideration of H. R. 3896, to provide for immediate 
payment of World War adjusted-service certificates, to extend time for filing 
applications for benefits under World War adjusted compensation act, and 
for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 18, 1935. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 420, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Air mail. Consideration of H. R. 6511, report to accompany H. Res. 167 [for 
consideration of H. R. 6511, to amend air-mail laws and to authorize ex- 
tension of Air Mail Service] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 22, 1935. 
1 p. (H. rp. 465, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Aviation cadets. Consideration of H. R. 5577, report to accompany H. Res. 
168 [for consideration of H. R. 5577, to provide for aviation cadets in Naval 
Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve] ; submitted bv Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 22, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 466, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Cotton. Consideration of H. R. 6424, report to accompany H. Res. 158 [for 
consideration of H. R. 6424, to continue cotton control act, to exempt limited 
quantity of cotton from tax thereunder, to provide for better administra- 
tion of such act, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Driver, Mar. 12, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 379, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Homes. Consideration of H. R. 6021, report to accompany H. Res. 150 [for 
consideration of H. R. 6021, to provide additional home-mortgage relief, to 
amend Federal home loan bank act, home owners' loan act of 1933, and 
national housing act, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. 
Mar. 6, 1935. 1 p. (H. i-p- 304, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

House of Representatives. Consideration of House joint resolution 189, report 
to accompany H. Res. 140 [for consideration of H. J. Res. 189, relating to 
continuance on pay rolls of certain employees in cases of death or resignation 
of Members of House of Representatives, Delegates, and Resident Commis- 
sioners] ; submitted by Mr. Greenwood. Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 285, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Income tax. Consideration of H. R. 6359, report to accompany H. Res. 155 
[for consideration of H. R. 6359, to repeal certain provisions relating to 
publicity of certain statements of income] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. 
Mar. 7, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 330, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Namj Department. Consideration of H. R. 5576, report to accompany H. Res. 169 
[for consideration of H. R. 5576, to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed 
with construction of certain public works] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 
22, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 467, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Marine Corps. Consideration of H. R. 4016, report to accompany 
H. Res. 171 [for consideration of H. R. 4016. to repeal sec. 16 of act to 
regulate distribution, promotion, retirement, and discharge of commissioned 
officers of Marine Corps, approved May 29, 1934] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. 
Mar. 22, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 469, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Navij. Consideration of H. R. 5599. report to accompany H. Res. 170 
[for consideration of H. R. 5599, to re,gulate strength and distribution of the 
line of Navy, and for other purposes] : submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 22, 
1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 468, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Private hills. Amend paragraph 6 of Rule 24 of House of Representatives 
[relating to consideration of private bills], report to accompany H. Res. 172; 
submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 25, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 478, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. Consideration of House joint resolution 117, report to accompany 
H. Res. 174 [pertaining to H. J. Res. 117. making appropriations for relief 
purposes] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 25, 1935. 1 p. (H. rp. 484, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Useless Executive Papers, Committee on Disposition of. House. Amend clause 
44 of Rule 10 of House of Representatives, report to accompany H. Res. 173 
[to change designation of Committee on Disposition of Useless Executive 
Papers to Committee on Disposition of Executive Papers] : submitted by 
Mr. O'Connor. Mar. 27, 1035. 1 p. (H. rp. 510, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. Res. 
173 also amends clause 44 of Rule 11 to change designation of Joint Com- 
mittee on Disposition of Useless Executive Papers to Joint Committee on 
Disposition of Executive Papers.] * Paper, 5c. 

TERRITOKIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

^Ketchikan, Alaska. Authorizing Ketchikan. Alaska, to issue bonds, hearings, 
74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 6084 [to authorize Ketchikan, Alaska, 
to issue bonds for purpose of acquiring electric light and power, water, and 
telephone properties of Citizens' Light, Power and Water Company, and to 
finance and operate same, and validating preliminary proceedings with respect 
thereto]. 1935. ii-f 30 p. [Hearings on H. R. 5707, a bill to authorize Nome, 
Alaska, to issue bonds, and on H. R. 3808, a bill to authorize Seward, Alaska, 
to issue bonds, are included.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.T 27/1 : Al 1/57 

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Home, Alaska. Ratify and confirm corpoi-ate existence of Nome, Alaska, and 
to autliorize it to undertake certain municipal public works, and for such 
purposes to issue bonds, report to accompany H. R. 5707 ; submitted by Mr. 
Patton. Mar, 14, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 390, 74tb Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Petersburg, Alaska. Authorizing Petersburg, Alaska, to issue bonds, report to 
accompany H. R. 6085 [to authorize Petersburg, Alaska, to undertake certain 
municipal public works, including tilling, grading, and paving of streets and 
sidewalks and construction of necessary bridges and viaducts in connection 
with same, and for such purposes to issue bonds] ; submitted by Mr. Crowe. 
Mar. 27, 1935. 3 p. (H. rp. 508, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Vald4;z, Alaska. Authorizing Valdez, Alaska, to issue bonds, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 6723 [to authorize Valdez, Alaska, to construct public-school 
building and for such purpose to issue t>ouds, and to authorize said town to 
accept grants of money to aid it in financing any public works] ; submittetl by 
Mr. Binderup. Mar. 27, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 509, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

WAR CLAIMS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Cocke, William J. William J. Cocke, report to accompany S. 941 [for relief of 
William J. Cocke] ; submitted by Mr. Belter. Mar. 18, 1935. 4 p. (H. rp. 427, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Committee 
on Claims instead of Committee on War Claims.] * Paper, 5c. 

Mack Copper Co., report to accompany H. R. 3075 [conferring jurisdiction upon 
Court of Claims to hear and determine claim of Mack Copiier Company] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Belter. Mar. 28, 1935. 6 p. (H. rp. 515, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Messier, A. C, Company. A. C. Messier Co., report to accompany H. R. 3101 [to 
confer jurisdiction on Court of Claims to hear and determine claim of A. C. 
Messier Company] ; submitted by Mr. Beiter. Mar. 6, 1935. 8 p. (H. rp, 306, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Soldiers. Volunteer officers and enlisted men who served in Philippine Islands 
beyond period of their enlistment, report to accompany H. R. 2024 [for re- 
lief of officers and soldiers of volunteer service of United States mustered 
into service for War with Spain and who were held in service in Philippine 
Islands after ratification of treaty of i^eace, Apr. 11, 1899, by granting travel 
pay and allowance for subsistence to such soldiers] ; submitted by Mr. Wood. 
Mar. 18, 1935. 12 p. (H. rp. 425, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Velie Motors Corporatian, report to accompany H. R. 2706 [to confer jurisdic- 
tion uiKJU Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon 
claim of Velie Motors Corporation] ; submitted by Mr. Beiter. Mar. 6, 1935. 
6 p. (H, rp. 305, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

WAYS AND MH:ANS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Adjusted serv-ice certificates. Immediate payment of adjusted-service certifi- 
cates, report [and minority report] to accompany H. R. 3896 [to provide for 
immediate payment of World War adjusted-service certificates, to extend 
time for filing applications for benefits under World War adjusted compensa- 
tion act, and for other purposes], [2 pts.] (H. rp. 384, 2 pts., 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) 

L. C. card 35-26255 

[pt. 1.] Report; submitted by Mr. Doughton. Mar. 13, 1935. 11 p. [Includes indi- 
vidual views of Mr. Morgan G. Sanders.] * Paper, 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority report ; submitted by Mr. Lewis of Maryland. Mar. 13, 1935. 16 p. 11. 
[Corrected print.] • Paper, 5c. 

Payment of adjusted-service certificates, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion, on House bills numbered 1 and 3896 and other similar bills. Mar. 4 and 
5, 1935. 1935. iv-f 206 p. * Paper, 15c. Y 4.W 36 : C 73/22 

Calendar of bills and resolutions referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 
74th Congress, 1st session, Mar. 15, 1935 ; no. 3. 1935. 27 p. 4° t 

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Income tax. Repeal certain provisions relating to publicity of certain state- 
ments of income, reiwrt to accompany H. R. 6359 ; submitted bv Mr. Cullen. 
Mar. 7, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 313, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

San Diego, California Paoific International Exposition, 1935-^6. Penuit arti- 
cles imported from foreign countries for purpose of exhibition at California 
Pacific International Exposition, San Diego, Calif., to be admitted without 
payment of tariff, report to accompany H. J. Res. 174; submitted by Mr. 
Buck. Mar. 25, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 483, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Smuggling. Anti-smuggling act, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
5496, Mar. 8 and 13, 1935. 1934 [1935]. iii+124 p. * Paper, 10c. 

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'^Social security. Economic security act, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 
H. R. 4120, to alleviate hazards of old age, unemployment, illness, and depend- 
ency, to establish a social insurance board in Department of Labor, to raise 
revenue, and for other purposes, Jan. 21-Feb. 12, 1935. 1935 v-flMl p. il. 
1 pi. 2 p. of maps, 2 p. of facsim., 5 tab. * Paper, $1.25. T 4.W 36 : Ec 7 

INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION JOINT COMMITTEE 

Great Britain. Summary of British tax system, with special reference to its 
administration; by Roswell Maglll, L. H. Parker, Eldon P. King. [Reprint] 
1935. vi-fOl p. 3 pi. * Paper, 10c. 
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SENATE 

Calendar of business, Senate, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 4^29, 1935 ; no. 33- 
53. 1935. various paging, large 8° [Daily when Senate is in session. The 
legislative day of Mar. 13 extended through the calendar day Mar. 29.] t 

Y 1.3 : 74/33-53 

Disarmament, security, and control, draft of convention for disarmament, se- 
curity, and control based on Kellogg poet [by Constance Drexel] ; presented by 
Mr. Pope. 1935. iii-f 26 p. (S. doc. 33, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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AGEICTJLTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 13-30, 1935 : 
no. 7-9. 1935. Each 30 p. or 32 p. 4" $ Y 4.Ag 8/2 : 74/7-9 

•^ Commerce. Causes of loss of export trade and means of recovery, hearings, 74th 
Congi-ess, 1st session, Jan. 30-Feb. 7, 1935. 1935. iii+599 p. il. 1 pi. * Paper. 
75c. Y4.Ag8/2:Ex7/3 

Deschutes National Forest. Include within Deschutes National Forest, Oreg., 
public lands within exchange boundaries thereof, report to accompany S. 1680 ; 
submitted by Mr. McNary. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
358, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

^Furtn Teyiant Homes Corporation. To create Farm Tenant Homes Corporation, 
hearing before subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on S. 1800, to create 
Farm Tenant Homes Corporation, to promote more secure occupancy of farms 
and farm homes, to correct economic instability resulting from some present 
forms of farm tenancy, and for other purposes. Mar. 5, 1935. 1935. iii+77 p. 
* Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ag 8/2 : F 22/8 

Mediterranean fruit flies. Provide for investigation and report of losses result- 
ing from campaign for eradication of Mediterranean fruit fly by Department 
of Agriculture [in Florida, by creating Mediterranean Fruit Fly Board], 
report to accompany S. 933 ; submitted by Mr. Smith. Mar. 13, calendar day 
Mar. 21, 1935. 1 p. ( S. rp. 360, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Pisgah National Forest. Add lands to Pisgah National Forest in North Caro- 
• lina, report to accompany S. 1787 ; submitted by Mr. Smith. Mar. 13, cal- 
endar day Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 359, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Rice. Amend agricultural adjustment act with respect to rice, report to ac- 
company H. R. 5221 ; submitted by Mr. Smith. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 8, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 289, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Siskhjou National Forest. Add lands to Siskiyou National Forest in Oregon, 
report to accompany S. 1513; submitted by Mr. McNary. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 357, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Timber. Authorizing adjustment of contracts for sale of timber on national 
forests, report to accompany H. R. 2881 ; submitted by Mr. Pope. Mur. 13, 
calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 383, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

APMIOPEIATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Agriculture Department. Agricultural appropriation bill, 1936, hearings before 
subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 6718. making appropria- 
tions for Department of Agriculture and for Farm Credit Administration, 
fiscal year 1936. 1935. ii + 120 p. [These hearings do not discuss Farm 
Credit Administration appropriations.] * Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ap G/2 : Ag 8/936 

Agricultural appropriation bill, 1936, report to accompany H. R. 6718 

[making appropriations for Department of Agriculture and for Farm Credit 
Administration, fiscal year 1936] ; submitted by Mr. Russell. Mar. 13, cal- 
endar day Mar. 27, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 375, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Appropriations. First deficiency appropriation bill, 1935, report to accompany 
H. R. 6644 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1935 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal year 1935, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Adams. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 18, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 338, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

> Treasury Department. Treasury and Post OflSce departments appropriation 
bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hearings before subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st 
session, on H. R. 4442. 1935. ii4-49 p. [These hearings do not discuss Post 
Office Department appropriations.] * Paper, 5c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : T 71/936 

Treasury and Post Oflice departments appropriation bill, fiscal year 1936, 

report to accompany H. R. 4442 ; submitted by Mr. Glass. Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 11, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 292, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. Emergency relief appropriation act of 1935, report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 117; submitted by Mr. Glass. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 
5, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 250, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

"NTrar Department. War Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, hear- 
ings before subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5913. 1935. 
ii-f84 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4. Ap 6/2 : W 19/936 

War Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1936, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5913; submitted by Mr. Copeland. Mar. 1, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
230, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

BANKING AND CUKRENCY COMMITTEE], SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 12, 1935; no. 
5. 1935. 22 p. 4° $ Y 4.B 22/3 : 74/5 

CLAIMS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Ahhey, Lucile A. Lucile A. Abbey, report to accompany S. 43 [for relief of 
Lucile A. Abbey] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 
1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 261, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ayer, Asa G. Anna W. Ayer, report to accompany S. 896 [for relief of Anna 
W. (Annie M.) Ayer, widow of Asa G. Ayer] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson, 
Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 262, 74th Cong. 1st sess.). 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Blenkner, Fred C. Fred C. Blenkner, report to accompany H. R. 593 [for 
relief of Fred C. Blenkner] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbach. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 259, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Bowers Southern Dredging Co., report to accompany S. 794 [for relief of Bowers 
Southern Dredging Company] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4. calendar 
day Mar. 5, 1935. 8 p. (S. rp. 248, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Brijson, Walter J., Paviyig Companij. Walter J. Brj'son Paving Co., report to 
accompany S. 659 [for relief of Walter J. Bryson Paving Company] ; sub- 
niitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 21, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 
353, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Carver, Amos D. Amos D. Carver et al., report to accompany S. 2119 [for 
relief of Amos D. Carver, S. E. Turner. Clifford N. Carver, Scott Blanchard, 
P. B. Blanchard, James B. Parse, A. N. Blanchard, and W. A. Blanchard, 
and/or widows of such of them as may be deceased] ; submitted by Mr. 
Black. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 294, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cherokee Fuel Co., report to accompany S. 1854 [giving jurisdiction to Court of 
Claims to hear and determine claim of Cherokee Fuel Company (Incorpo- 
rated ) ] ; submitted by Mr. White. Mar. 4, calendar day ilar. 6, 1935. 7 p. 
( S. rp. 254, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Christensen, Carl C. Carl C. Christensen, report to accompany S. 1566 [for 
relief of Carl C. Christensen] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 328, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Civilian Conservati07i Corps. Settlement of individual claims for personal prop- 
erty lost or damaged from activities of Civilian Conservation Corps [which 
have been approved by Secretary of War], report to accompauj' S. 553: sub- 
mitted by Mr. Black. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
331, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Clatterhuck, Guxj. Guy Clatterbuck, report to accompany S. 1872 [for relief of 
Guv Clatterbuck] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 13. calendar day Mar. 14, 
1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 326, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cohen, Goldnmn d Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 1041 [for relief of Cohen, 
Goldman and Company, Incorporated] : submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 12 p. (S. i-p. 269, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Collier Manufacturing Co., Barnesville, Ga., report to accompany S. 1431 [for 
relief of Collier Manufacturing Company. Barnesville, Ga.] ; submitted by 
Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 7, 1935. 11 p. (S. rp. 276, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Concrete Engineering Co., reix>rt to accompany S. 931 [for relief of Concrete 
Engineering Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 
5, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 241, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Consolidated Asheroft Hancock Co., Inc.. Bridgeport, Conn., report to accom- 
pany S. 208 [for relief of Consolidated Asheroft Hancock Company, Incor- 
porated. Bridgeport, Conn.] ; submitted by Mr. Black. Mar. 13, calendar day 
Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 330, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cooneij, TJwmas F. Thomas F. Cooney, report to accompany S. 2205 [for relief 
of Thomas F. Cooney] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 
11, 1935. 8 p. (S. rp. 293, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Danenhotcer, WilVmrn TF. William W. Danenhower, report to accompany S. 
925 [to carry into effect findings of Court of Claims in case of William W. 
Danenhower] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4. calendar day Mar. 5. 1935. 
6 p. ( S. rp. 245, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Elins, G., d Bro., Incorporated. G. Ellas & Bro., Inc., report to accompany 
S. 371 [for relief of G. Elias and Brother, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. 
Gibson. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 16, 1935. 11 p. (S. rp. 335, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Espy, Douglas B. Douglas B. Espy, report to accompany S. 1548 [for relief of 
Douglas B. Espy] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbaeh. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 7, 1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 274, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Finger, Louis. Louis Finger, report to accompany S. 1073 [for relief of Louis 
Finger] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 7, 1935. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 275, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Firth, Elton. Elton Firth, report to accompany S. 728 [for relief of Elton Firth] ; 
submitted by Mr. Trammell. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 
325, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Halx>erson, Mrs. Zchna. Zelma Halverson, report to accompany S. 952 [for re- 
lief of Zelmu Halverson] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 13, calendar day 
Mar. 19, 1935. 14 p. (S. rp. 342, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hegeman-HaiTis Company. Claims of subcontractors and materialmen for ma- 
terial and labor furnished in construction of post-ofiice and courthouse building 
at Rutland, Vt.. report to accompany S. 37 [authorizing comptroller general 
to settle and adjust claims of subcontractors and materialmen for material 
and labor furnished in construction of post-office and courthouse building at 
Rutland, Yt., which work was completed by Hegemau-Harris Company, as 
agent for National Surety Company] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 8, 1935. 8 p. (S. rp. 285, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kammski, H., d Co. H. Kaminski & Co, et al.. report to accompany S. 538 
[for relief of H. Kaminski and Company, Kaminski Hardware Company, and 
Carolina Hardware Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 12, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 3U7, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Korac, Trifune. Trifune Korac, report to accompany S. 1863 [for relief of 
Trifune Korac] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 5, 
1935. 3 p. ( S. rp. 247, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Layman, Han-y. Harry Layman, report to accompany S. 276 [for relief of 
Harry Layman, alias Roland Ross] ; submitted by Mr. Trammell. Mar. 13, 
calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. (S, rp. 324, 74th Cong. 1st sess'.) * Paper, 5c. 

McConolia, Mrs. Ouy A. Mrs. Guy A. McConoha, report to accompany S. 951 
[for relief of Mrs. Guy A. Mc*Conoha] ; submitted by Mr. Gibson. Mar. 13, 
calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 3 p. ( S. rp. 322, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Manges, Beatrice I. Beatrice I. Manges, report to accompany S. 283 [for 
relief of Beatrice I. Manges] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 6, 1935. 9 p. (S. rp. 258, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Marshall, A. H. A. H. Marshall, report to accompany S. 712 [for relief of 
A. H. Marshall] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Mar. 4, calendar day IMar. 6, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 264, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Miller, Elmer E. Elmer E. Miller, report to accompany S. 365 [conferring 
jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment 
upon claim of Elmer E. Miller] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 5, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 239, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Miller, R. B. R. B. Miller, report to accompany S. 28 [for relief of R. B. 
Miller] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 5, 1935. 6 p. 
(S. rp. 244, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mooers, Chellis T. Chellis T. Mooers, report to accompany S. 906 [for relief 
of Chellis T. Mooers] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 6, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 266, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mulheni, John. John Mulhern, report to accompany S. 814 [for relief of John 
Mulhem] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 327, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Nebraska. State of Nebraska, report to accompany S. 1864 [for relief of 
Nebraska] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 8, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 284, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Newton, Ma^ss. Edwin C. Jenney, receiver, report to accompany S. 908 [for 
relief of Edwin C. Jenney, receiver of First National Bank of Newton, 
Mass.] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 8, 1935. 4 p. 
(S. rp. 282, 74tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Perth Am'boy, N. J. City of Perth Amboy, N. J., report to accompany S. 156 
[conferring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render 
judgment upon claim of Perth Amboy, N. J.] ; submitted by Mr. Black. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 6 p. (S. rp. 329, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Remington, Mrs. Ethel G. Ethel G. Remington, report to accompany S. 1099 
[for relief of Ethel G. Remington] ; submitted by Mr. Coolidge. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 7, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp, 272, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Satiford & Brooks Co., report to accompany S. 685 [for relief of Sanford and 
Brooks Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 
1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 268, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Santaroy, JacoJ). Jacob Santavy, report to accompany H. R. 426 [for relief of 
Jacob Santavy] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 
1935. 5 p. ( S. rp. 265, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Smith, Arthur. Arthur Smith, report to accompany S. 1856 [for relief of Arthur 
Smith] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 9 p. 
(S. rp. 260, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Soreuscn, Christian M. A. Elsie Segar, report to accompany S. 2218 [for relief 
of Elsie Segar, administratrix of C. M. A. Sorensen, and of Holger E. Soren- 
sen] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Mar. 13. calendar day Mar. 14, 1935. 6 p. 
(S. rp. 323, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Spector, Frank. Frank Spector, repoi-t to accompany S. 1055 [authorizing ad- 
justment of claim df Frank Spector] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calen- 
dar day Mar. 5, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 243, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Squaio Island Freight Terminal Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 1817 [confer- 
ring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, consider, and render judgment 
on claim of Squaw Island Freight Terminal Company, Incoriwrated, Buffalo, 
N. Y., against United States in respect of l^ss of property occasioned by break- 
ing of Government dike on Squaw Island] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 257. 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Standard Dredging Co., report to accompany S. 780 [for relief of Standard 
Dredging Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 
1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 271, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

StuMs, Duke E. Duke E. and Elizabeth S. Stubbs, report to accompany S. 1386 
[to confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render 
judgment upon claim, or claims, of Duke E. Stubbs and Elizabeth S. Stubbs] ; 
submitted by Sir. Gibson. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 
263, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tampa Marine Co., report to accompany S. 1860 [for relief of Tampa Marine 
Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 5, 1935. 10 p. 
(S. rp. 242, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Velie Motors Corporation, report to accompany S. 708 [to confer jurisdiction 
upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claim of 
Velie Motors Corporation] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 5, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 240, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Walter Motor Truck Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 1290 [for relief of Walter 
Motor Truck Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, cal- 
endar day Mar. 7, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 273, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Western Electric Co., Inc., report to accompany S. 560 [for relief of Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 8, 1935. 3 p. (S. i-p. 281, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Western Union Telegraph Co., report to accompany S. 1051 [for relief of Western 
Union Telegrapli Company] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 270, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

White, Frank. Frank White et al., report to accompany S. 1821 [for relief of 
Frank White and others] ; submitted by Mr. Townsend. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 8, 1935. 11 p. (S. rp. 283, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Woollen, Ralph E. Ralph E. Woolley. report to accompany S. 891 [for relief 
of Ralph E. Woolley] ; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 
1935. 13 p. (S. rp. 267, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wright, Mrs. Donnie. Estate of Donnie Wright, report to accompany S. 148 [for 
relief of estate of Donnie Wright] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 5, 1935, 9 p. (S. rp. 246, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Zagata, Louis. Louis Zagata, report to accompany H. R. 340 [for relief of Louis 
Zagata] ; submitted by Mr. Burke. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 290, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

COMMEKCIB COMMITTEE, SENATE 

^ Brazos River. Control of flood waters of Brazos River, Tex., hearing before 
subcommittee, 74th Congress, 1st session, on S. 2092, to control flood waters 
of Brazos River and its tributaries in Texas, to aid and improve agi'iculture 
and industrial development within said river basin, and for other purposes, 
Mar. 12, 1935. 1935. iii+24 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.C 73/2 : F 65/6 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Mar. 6-23, 1935 ; 
no. 8-10. 1935. Each &4 p. or 64 leaves, 4° t Y 4.C 73/2 : 74/8-10 

Chesapeake Bag. Bridge across Chesapeake Bay, report to accompany S. 2156 
[to extend times for commencing and completing construction of bridge across 
Chesapeake Buy between Baltimore and Kent counties, Md., by Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge Company] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 13, calendar day 
Mar. 22, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 364, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Coquillc River. Flood control on Coquille River, report to accompany S. 448 
[to authorize preliminary examination of Coquille River and its tributaries 
in Oregon with view to control of its floods] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 378, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Poods, drugs, and cosmetics, report to accompany S. 5 [to prevent adulteration, 
misbranding, and false advertising of food, drugs, and cosmetics in inter- 
state, foreign and other commerce subject to jurisdiction of United States, 
for puri)oses of safeguarding public health, preventing deceit upon purchasing 
public, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Copeland. Mar. 13, cal- 
endar day Mar. 26, 1935. 32 p. (S. rp. 361 [pt. 1], 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [Cor- 
I'ected print S. 5 creates a committee on public health and a committee on 
food standards.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 35-26257 

Government contracts. Extending time for modiflcation of mail contracts, re- 
port to accompany S. J. Res. 93 [to extend time within which contracts may 
be modified or canceled under provisions of sec. 5 of independent offices 
appropriation act, 1934] ; submitted by Mr. Copeland. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 28, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 377, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Inland Watericays Corporation. Amend Inland Waterways Corporation act, 
report to accompany S. 1994 [to amend Inland Waterways Corporation act, 
as amended, so as to provide for same action upon application for certificate 
of public convenience and necessity when submitted by carriers, including 
Inland W^atervvays Corporation, on Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, 
as is now provided for in case of carriers on Mississipi>i, Warrior, Columbia 
and Snake rivers and tlieir tributaries] ; submitted by Mr. Fletcher. Mar. 13, 
calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 376, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Mississippi River. Bridge across Mississippi River at St. Louis, Mo., report 
to accompany S. 1855 [to revive and reenact act authorizing H. C. Brenner 
Realty and Finance Corporation to construct bridge across Mississippi River 
at or "near point between Cherokee and Osage streets, St. Louis, Mo.] ; snh- 
mitted by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
295, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Missouri River. Bridge across Missouri River at Omaha, Nebr., report to 
accompany S. 1987 [to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across Missouri River at or near Farnani Street, Omaha, 
Nebr., by Omaha-Council Bluffs Missouri River Bridge Board of Trustees] ; 
submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 296, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Bridge across Missouri River at Rulo, Nebr., report to accompany S. 

1988 [to extend time for construction of bridge across Missouri River at 
or near Rulo, Nebr., by John C. Mullen, John H. Hutchings, and William 
Shepherd] ; submitted by Mr. Shepi3ard. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 22, 
1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 363, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Nehalem River. Flood control on Nehalem, Miami, Kilchis, Wilson, Trask, 
and Tillamook rivers, Oreg., report to accompany S. 1317 [authorizing pre- 
liminary examination of Nehalem, Miami, Kilchis, Wilson, Trask, and Tilla- 
mook rivers, in Tillamook County, Oreg., with view to controlling of floods] ; 
submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 380, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Unipqva River. Flood control on Umpqua River, report to accompany S. 449 
[to authorize preliminary examination of Umpqua River and its tributaries 
in Oregon with view to control of its floods] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 379, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Willamette River. Flood control on Willamette River, report to accompany S. 
865 [authorizing preliminary examination of Willamette River and its tribu- 
taries in Oregon with view to controlling floods] ; submitted by Mr. Shei^pard. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 381, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

DISTBICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, SENATE 

District of Columbia-Virginia Boundary Commission. Continue Virginia-Dis- 
trict of Columbia Boundary Commission, report to accompany H. J. Res. 134 
[to continue commission for determining boundary line between District of 
Columbia and Virginia for not to exceed 9 additional months, and to author- 
ize additional funds for its expenses] ; submitted by Mr. King. Mar. 4, cal- 
endar day Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 301, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Estates. Conservation and settlement of estates of absentees and absconders in 
District of Columbia, report to accompany H. R. 83 ; submitted by Mr. King. 
Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 299, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Latvyers. Qualiflcatious of practitioners of law in District of Columbia, report 
to accompany S. 395 ; submitted by Mr. King. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 
26, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 372, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Loans. Regulating business of making small loans in District of Columbia, 
report to accompany S. 1162 [to regulate business of making small loans in 
District of Columbia, and to amend act to regulate business of loaning money, 
and so forth] ; submitted by Mr. King. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 
4 p. (S. rp. 298, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Streets. Change designation of Leffler Place to 2d Place, report to accompany 
H. R. 4538 ; submitted by Mr. King. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 300, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



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Trinity College. Incorporation of Trinity College of Washington, D. C, re- 
port to accompany H. R. 3477 [relating to incorporation of Trinity College 
of Washington, D. C, organized under and by virtue of certificate of incor- 
poration pursuant to incorporation laws of District of Columbia, as provided 
in subchapter 1 of chapter 18 of code of laws of District of Columbia] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Reynolds. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
802, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

EDUCATION AND LABOR COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Calendar of assignments for hearings on labor disputes act, S. 
1958, Mar. 25-29, 1935 ; no. 1. 1935. 5 p. 4° $ Y 4.Ed 8/3 : 74/1/Labor 

Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Mar. 14, 1935; no. 2. 

1935. 7 p. 4° $ Y 4.Ed 8/3 : 74/2 

Government contracts. Relationship between employees and contractors on 
public works, preliminary report pursuant to S. Res. 228 (73d Cong.) ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Walsh. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 15, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 332, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

""SNational Labor Relations Board, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on S. 195 
[S. 1958], to promote equality of bargaining power between employers and 
employees, to diminish causes of labor disputes, to create National Labor 
Relations Board, and for other purposes. Mar. 11-14, 1935. 1935. pt. 1, 
iii+1-123 p. •Paper, 10c. Y 4.Ed 8/3 : N 21/3/pt.l 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Biltmore-Oteen Bank. Authorizing Secretary of Treasury to execute indemnity 
agreement [in favor of J. C. Seabury, liquidating agent for Biltmore-Oteen 
Bank, Biltmore, N. C], report to accompany S. 1079; submitted by Mr. Har- 
rison. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 250, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Feb. 22r-Mar. 28, 
1935 ; no. 9-22. 1935. various paging, 4" J Y 4.F 49 : 74/9^22 

Life insurance. Extending period of suspension of limitation governing filing 
of suit [on insurance contract] under sec. 19, World War veterans' act, 1924, 
as amended, report to accompany S. J. Res. 65 ; submitted by Mr. Black. 
Mar. 4, calendar date Mar. 5, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 251, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

-- National Recovery Administration. Investigation of National Recovery Admin- 
istration, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 79, for 
investigation of certain charges concerning administration of industrial codes 
by National Recovery Administration, Mar. 7[-21], 1935. 1935. pts. 1, 2, 
[vii]+l-35G p. ♦Paper, each pt. 15c. Y4.F49: N21/pt.l,2 

San Diego, California Pacific Intenuitional Exposition, 1935-36. Free importa- 
tion of foreign articles for exhibition purposes at California Pacific Interna- 
tional Exposition, report to accompany S. 1990; submitted by Mr. Harrison. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 27, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 374, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

— - Social security. Economic security act, hearings, 74th Congress, 1st session, on 
S. 1130, to alleviate hazards of old age, unemployment, illness, and dependency, 
to establish a social insurance board in Department of Labor, to raise reve- 
nue, and for other purposes, Jan. 22-Feb. 20, 1935. Revised [edition]. 1935. 
vi+1354 p. il. 2 tab. [These hearings were also published in separate num- 
bered parts, which did not contain certain material included in the complete 
volume.] * Paper, $1.50. Y 4.F 49 : Ec 7/7/rev. 

FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 26, 1935 ; no. 5. 
1935. 29 p. 4° $ Y 4.F 76/2 : 74/5 

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Treat, R. A. Wallace. Estate of R. A. Wallace Treat, report to accompany H. R. 
2569 [for relief of estate of R. A. Wallace Treat] ; submitted by Mr. Bulkley. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 355, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

IMMIGBATION COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74tli Congress, 1st session. Mar. 13, 1935; 
no. 3. 1935. 6 p. 4° $ Y 4.1m 6/2 : 74/8 

INDIAN AFPAIBS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Allegany Reservation. Granting Seneca Nation of New York jurisdiction over 
taking of fish and game on reservation, report to accompany S. 1942 [to 
repeal act to grant to State of New York and Seneca Nation of Indians 
jurisdiction over taking of fish and game within Allegany, Cattaraugus, and 
Oil Spring Indian reservations] ; submitted by Mr. Frazier. Mar. 4, cal- 
endar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 319, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Baldwm, Robert D. For relief of Robert D. Baldwin, report to accompany 
S. 1498 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4, calendar day 
Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 313, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 5, 1935; 
no. 2. 1935. 29 p. 4° $ Y 4.1n 2/2 : 74/2 

Chippewa Indians. Amending act of May 14, 1926, Chippewa Indians of Min- 
nesota, report to accompany S. 1494 [to amend act authorizing Chippewa 
Indians of Minnesota to submit claims to Court of Claims] ; submitted by 
Mr. Schall. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 19, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 346, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Crow Indians. Appropriating $50,000, Crow Indian tribal revolving fund, re- 
port to accompany S. 2145 [extending time for repayment of revolving fund 
for benefit of Crow Indians] ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 20, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 352, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dady, John W. John W. Dady, report to accompany S. 2333 [for relief of 
John W. Dady] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 26, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 371, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Dagenett, Charles E. Charles E. Dagenett, report to accompany S. 1520 [for 
relief of Charles E. Dagenett] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. 
Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 316, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Dakota Indians. Claims of individual Sioux Indians, report to accompany 
S. 2241 [to authorize appropriation to carry out provisions of act of May 3, 
1928 (45 Stat. L. 484)]; submitted by Mr. Norbeck. Mar. 13, calendar day 
Mar. 19, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 347, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Enochs, Robert J. Relief of Robert J. Enochs, report to accompany S. 1499; 
submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 314, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Flathead Indians. Compensate certain Flathead Indians killed or injured en 
route to Going-to-the-Sun Highway dedication, report to accompany S. 2146; 
submitted by Mr. Wheeler. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 21, 1935. 8 p. (S. 
rp. 356, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Gayton, Joseph. Relief of heirs of Joseph Gayton, report to accompany S. 1414 
[for relief of Jean Marcella Mentz Gayton (Wicks), rightful heir of Joseph 
Gayton] ; submitted by Mr. Frazier. Mar. 13, 1935. 1 p. (S. rp. 321, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Graves, Charles L. Charles L. Graves, report to accompany S. 1502 [for relief 
of Charles L. Graves] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 315, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5e. 

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Indian colonies. Creation of Indian village wittiin Slioalwater Indian Reser- 
vation, Wash., report to accompany S. 1814 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of 
Oklahoma. Mar. 4. calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. ( S. rp. 317, 74th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

^{Indians. Survey of conditions of Indians in United States, hearings before 
subcommittee, 73d Congress, pursuant to S. Res. 79 and 308 (70th Cong.), 
and S. Res. 263 and 416 (71st Cong.), and S. Res. 323 (72d Cong.), directing 
Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate, to make general survey of condition of 
Indians of United States, continuing until end of regular session of 73d 
Congress Senate resolution numbered 79 authorizing general survey of Indian 
conditions, June 29 and July 2. 1934. 1935. pt. 33, iT+17225-422+iii p. 
[These hearings were held in San Diego and San Francisco, Calif.] * Paper, 
15c. Y 4.1n 2/2 : In 2/3/pt.33 

Marifsville, Wash. Marysville school district no. 325, Snohomish County. 
Wash., report to accompany S. 1533 [to provide funds for cooperation with 
Marysville school district no. 325, Snoliomish County, Wash., for extension 
of public-school buildings to be available for Indian children] ; submitted 
by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 2 p. 
( S. rp. 382, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Omaha Indians. For benefit of Omaha and Winnebago Indians of Nebraska, 
report to accompany S. 612 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4. 
calendar day Mar. 12, 1985. 2 p. (S. rp. 310, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Paiute Indians. Reserve public-domain lands in Utah for use and benefit of 
Kanosh band of Indians, Utah, report to accompany S. 380; submitted by 
Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
309, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

To reserve piiblic-domain lands in Nevada and Oregon as grazing reserve 

for Indians of Fort McDermitt, Nev., report to accompany S. 1142 : sub- 
mitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4. calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 
2 p. (S. rp. 312, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [These Indians are of the Paiute and 
Shoshone tribes.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Rockif Boy Reservation. Addition of public-domain lands to Ro<:'ky Boy Reser- 
vation in Montana, report to accompany S. 613 ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. 
Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 308, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Seminole Indians. Exchange of lands reserved for Seminole Indians in Florida, 
report to accompany S. 654 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. Mar. 4, 
calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. ( S. rp. 311, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Vehicles. Authorize turning over to Indian service vehicles, vessels, and sup- 
plies seized and forfeited for violation of liquor laws [within Indian coun- 
try], report to accompany S. 1885: submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. 
Mar. 13. calendar day Mar. 18, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 339, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Zuni Reservation. Elimination of Miller Division from Cibola National Forest 
and added to Zuiii Reservation, report to accompany S. 1831 ; submitted by 
Mr. Hatch. Mar. 4. calendar day Mar. 12, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 318, 74th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE; SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 29. 1935; no. 
4. 1935. 12 p. 4° $ Y 4.In8/3 : 74/4 

Contracts. To amend communications act of 1934, hearings before subcom- 
mittee, 74th Congress. 1st session, on S. 1335. to amend sec. 202 of communi- 
cations act of 1934. exclusive contracts, Feb. 21 and 22, 19.34 [1935]. 1935. 
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"^Frank'niff privilege. Restricting issuance of franks or rendering of free serv- 
ice, liearing before subcommittee, 74tli Congress, 1st session, on S. 1418, to 
amend sec. 210 and 602 (b) of communications act of 1934, Feb. 25, 1935. 
1935. iii+23 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.1n 8/3 : F 85 

Hampton and Branchville Railroad. To confer jurisdiction upon Court of 
Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claim of Hampton & 
Branchville Railroad Co., report to accompany S. 1024 ; submitted by Mr. 
Smith. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 303, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 73d Congress, 2d session, June 18, 1934 ; no. 5. 
1935. 10 p. 4° $ Y 4.1r 7/1 : 73/5 

Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session, Mar. 22, 1935; no. 1. 

1935. 8 p. 4" $ Y 4.1r 7/1 : 74/1 

Columbia River. To further extend time in which Washington, Idaho, Oregon, 
Montana, and Wyoming may enter into compact or agreement respecting dis- 
position and apportionment of waters of Columbia River and its tributaries, 
report to accompany S. 1077 ; submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 28, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 385, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Little Missouri River. Granting consent of Congress to Montana, North Dakota, 
South Dakota, and Wyoming to negotiate and enter into compact or agree- 
ment for division of waters of Little Missouri River, report to accompany S. 
1571 ; submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 28, 1935. 
2 p. ( S. rp. 384, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Bail. To amend sec. 1015, Revised statutes [relating to bail], report to accom- 
pany S. 18; submitted by Mr. Logan. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 20, 1935. 
1 p. ( S. rp. 351, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 74th Congress, 1st session. Mar. 4-25, 1935; 
no. 6-8 [9]. 1935. Each 35 p. 4" $ Y 4. J 89/2 : 74/6-9 

Crime and criminals. Making it contempt to willfully fail to appear after hav- 
ing been admitted to bail, report to accompany S. 17 ; submitted by Mr. 
Logan. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 20, 1935. 1 p. ( S. rp. 350, 74th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

District Courts. Judicial districts in Michigan, report to accompany S. Res. 
G4 [requesting Department of Justice to investigate advisability of redistrict- 
ing Michigan with reference to judicial districts] : submitted by Mr. Noi^is. 
Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1985. 1 p. (S. rp. 253, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Government offieials and employees. Members of Congress acting as attorneys 
in matters where United States has interest, report to accompany S. 574 ; 
submitted by Mr. Borah. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 6, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 
255, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) [S. 574 also prohibits any person holding an ap- 
pointive oflBce under Federal Government from acting as attorney in matters in 
which United States has an interest.] * Paper, 5c. 

^^Hoiirs of labor. Thirty-hour work week, hearings before subcommittee, 74th 
Congress, 1st session, on S. 87, to prevent shipment in interstate commerce of 
certain articles and commodities, in connection with which persons are em- 
ployed more than 5 days per week or 6 hours per day, and prescribing certain 
conditions with respect to purchases and loans by United States, and codes, 
agreements, and licenses under national industrial recovery act, Jan. 31- 
Feb. 16, 1935. 1935. iii+493 p. il. * Paper, 50c. Y 4. J 89/2 : T 34/2 

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Hours of labor — Continued. 

Thirty-hour work week, report [and minority views] to accompany S. 87 

[to prevent shipment in interstate commerce of cert;iin articles and commodi- 
ties, in connection with which persons are employed more than 5 days per 
week or 6 hours per day, and prescribing certain conditions with respect to 
purchases and loans by United States, and codes, agreements, and licenses 
under national industrial recovery act]. [2 pts.] (S. rp. 367, 2 pts., 74th 
Cong. 1st sess.) 
L. C. card 35-26258 

[pt. 1.] Report ; submittod bj' Mr. Neely. Mar. 13. calendar day Mar. 23, 1935. 6 p. 
[Corrected print. 1st print has title of S. 87 as caption title instead of 
Thirty-bour work week.] * Paper, 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority views; submitted by Mr. Austin. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 29, 1935. 
iiiH-28 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Lyncliing. Antilynching, report to accompany S. 24 [to assure to persons within 
jurisdiction of every State equal protection of the laws by discouraging, pre- 
venting, and punishing crime of lynching] ; submitted by Mr. Van Nuys. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 18, 1985. 11 p. (S. rp. 340, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 35-26259 

• Punishment for crime of lynching, hearing before subcommittee, 74th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on S. 24, to assure to persons within jurisdiction of every 
State equnl protection of the laws by discouraging, ])reventing, and punishing 
crime of Ivnching, Feb. 14, 1935. 1935. iii+64 p. * Paper, 10c. 

Y4.J 89/2 :L 99/4 

MILIT-\KY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATI": 

Ames, Roger P. Koger P. Ames, reix»rt to accompany S. 1850 [to amend act to 
recognize high public service rendered by Walter Reed and those associated 
with him in discovery of cause and means of transmission of yellow fever, as 
amended, by including Ro.gi'r P. Ames among those lionored by said act] ; 
submitted by Mr. Carey. Mar. 4, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp. 236, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Army Day. Recognizing Apr. 6, 1935, as Army Day, report to accompany S. Con. 
Res. 13 ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 23, 1935. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 366, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bemau, Carl L. Carl L. Bernau. report to accompany H. R. 2678 [for relief of 
Carl L. Bernau] ; submitted by ^Mr. Logan. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 11, 1935. 
8 p. (S. rp. 291, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Boy Scouts of America. Authorize secretaries of War and Navy ta lend equip- 
ment for national jamboree. Boy Scouts of America [to l>e held at Washington, 
D. C, during summer of 1935], report to accompany S. 935; submitted by Mr. 
Sheppard. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 231, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bruncr. Donald L. Donald L. Bruner, report to accompany S. 164 [for relief of 
Donald L. Bruner] ; submitted by Mr. Barbour. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 18, 
1935. 4 p. ( S. rp. 341, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Cannell, John S. John S. Cannell, report to accompany H. R. 1575 [for relief 
of John S. Cannell] ; submitted by Mr. Dickinson. Mar. 13. calendar day Mar. 
26, 1935. 5 p. ( S. rp. 370, 74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Carlin, Thomas O. Thomas G. Carlin, report to accompany S. 1410 [for relief 
of Thomas G. Carlin] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah, Mar. 4, calendar 
day Mar. 11, 1935. 7 p. (S. rp. 297, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Chandler, Hoy. Roy Chandler, report to accompany S. 438 [for relief of Roy 
Chandler] ; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 237, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Coleman, Grady D. Grady D. Coleman, report to accompany S. 983 [for relief 
of Grady D. Coleman] ; submitted by Mr. Duffy. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 
26, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 373, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Grcely, Adolphus W. Presenting Medal of Honor to General Greely, report to 
accompany S. 1840 [authorizing President of United States to present, in name 
of Conaress, Medal of Honor to Adolphus "Washington Greely] ; submitted by 
Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 18, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 337, 74th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oe. 

Hamilton, Mrs. Hester. Hester Hamilton, report to accompany H. R. 829 
[granting 6 months' pay to Hester Hamilton] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellen- 
bach. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 348, 74th Cong, 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Keller, William L. Col. William L. Keller, report to accompany S. 2024 [to give 
proper recognition to distinguished services of William L. Keller] ; submitted 
by Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 15, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 333, 
74th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Lewis, Fort. Authorizing maintenance and use of banking house upon military 
reservation at Fort Lewis, Wash, [by National Bank of Tacoma], report to 
accompany H. R. 3266 ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbach. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 235, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lindow, Carl. Carl Lindow, alias Carl Lindo, report to accompany H. R. 5032 
[for relief of dependents of Carl Lindow, known also as Carl Lindo] ; submit- 
ted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 8, 1935. 5 p. (S. rp, 
280, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Martin, Mrs. Aiice F. Alice F. Martin, report to accompany S. 1135 [for relief 
of Alice F. Martin, widow of George S. Martin, and 2 minor children] ; sub- 
niitted by Mr. Duffy. Mar. 4, calendar day Mar. 5, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 252, 
74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e, 

Military Academy, West Point. Provide for additional number of cadets at Mili- 
tary Academy, report to accompany S. 2105; submitted bv Mr. Sheppard. 
Miir. 4, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 233, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c, 

Moore, James T. James T. Muore, report to accompany S. 724 [for relief of 
James T. Mnore] ; submitted by Mr. Schwellenbach, Mar. 4, 1935. 9 p, 
(S. rp. 234, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mulvaney, Logan. Logan Mulvaney, report to accompany H. R. 816 [for relief 
of Logan Mulvaney] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Mar. 13, calendar 
day Mar. 19, 1935. 3 p. (S. rp. 343, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) =^ Paper, 5c. 

National Guard of United States. Recovery and disposition of bodies of mem- 
bers of civilian components of Army who die in line of duty, report to accom- 
pany S. 1713 [to further amend sec. 6, act of Mar. 4, 1923, so as to make 
better provision for recovery and disposition of bodies of members of civilian 
components of Army who die in line of duty] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. 
Mar. 13, calendar day Mar. 18, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 336, 74th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Pay, Army. To fix value of subsistence and i-ental allowance under pay read- 
justment act of June 10, 1922, report to accompany S. 1940; submitted by 
Mr. Sheppard. Mar. 4, 1935. 2 p. (S. rp. 232; 74th Cong. 1st sess.)