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Notes of General Interest 

Civilian Defense Office 

Executive order 8757 established the Office of Civilian Defense in the Emer- 
gency Management Office of the Executive Office of the President, May 20, 1941. 
The Office was created to serve as a center for the coordination of Federal 
civilian defense activities which involve relationships between Federal Govern- 
ment and State and local governments, Territories, insular possessions, and 
the District of Columbia. At the head of the Civilian Defense Office is a direc- 
tor appointed by the President. 

Defense Aid Reports Division 

The Defense Aid Reports Division was established within the Office for 
Emergency Management of the Executive Office of the President by Executive 
order 8751, May 2, 1941, and an executive officer designated at the head thereof 
by a military order dated May 6. The new Division serves as a channel for 
the processing of requests for aid under the lend-lease act, maintains a system 
of reports and accounts approved by the Budget Bureau, and serves generally 
as a clearing house of information for agencies participating in the lend-lease 
program. 

Defense Housing Coordination Division 

The Division of Defense Housing Coordination was established within the 
Office for Emergency Management by Executive order 8632, dated January 11, 
1941. This Office took over the activities and personnel of the office of the 
Defense Housing Coordinator set up by the Advisory Commission to the Council 
of National Defense. By authority of the Executive order it cooperates with 
all agencies of the Government having responsibilities for defense activities, and 
utilizes the services and operating facilities of Federal housing agencies. 



Corrections for Previous Monthly Catalogs 

April 1941. On page 580, under subhead "Opinions'^ 2d entry, 2d line, change 

name "Emma B. Neilsou" to read "Emma E. Neilson." 
May 1941. On page 701, 1st entry, 1st line, change name in subhead to read 

"Vannozsi, Plavio, Express.'^ 

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Monthly Catalog 

NO. 559 • JULY 1941 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF UNITED STATES COURTS 

Federal probation, quarterly journal of correctional philosophy and practice, v. 5, 
no. 2, Apr-June 1941 ; [edited by United States Probation System], n. p. [1941]. 
cover title, 56 p. il. 4" [Prepared in cooperation with Pri.'ions Bureau. Justice 
Department. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] t JulO.8: 5/2 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

NdTB.^ — -Those public.itions of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be 
supplied by the Sui>erinteudent of Documents, Washington, D. C. The Department issues 
a monthly list of publiiations which will be mailed to all applicants, enabling them to 
select such reports and bulletins as interest them. 

Addresses. Food for defense program, statement developed from stenographic 
triinscript of informal remiirks made by Secretary of Agriculture. Claude R. 
Wickard, before Corn Belt conference of extension and AAA workers in 
Chicago, 111., Apr. 16, 1941. [1941.] 19 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : W 63/23 

The South's stake in Battle of Britain, address by Secretary of Agriculture 

Claude R. Wickard, before annual meeting of North Carolina Cotton Growers 
Cooperative Association, Raleigh, N. C, May 13, 1941. [1941.] 13 leaves, 4" 
[Processed.] f A 1.40 : W 63/26 

AVheat farmers and quota referendum, address by Grover B. Hill, Assistant 

Secretarv of Agrictiltiire, at Wheat Marketing Quota Conference in Amarillo, 
Tex., May 10 [1941]. [1941.] 9 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t A 1.40 :H 55/3 

Aerial photography. Extent of aerial photography by Department of Agriculture, 
completed, in progress and approved, July 1, 1941, aerial survey data compiled 
by Office of Land Use Coordination from information furnished by Soil Con- 
servation Service, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and Forest Service; 
[illustrated outline map]. [1941.] 12X19 in. (Land Use Coordination Office.) 
[Monthly. Processed. County lines compiled by Agricultural Economics Bu- 
reau, from material furnished bv Census Bureau, on U. S. base compiled by 
Geological Survey, 1935.] t A 1.51 : 941/7 

AmcrieanngrieuJture. Historical survey of American agriculture [articles]. 1941. 
[1 1+103-326+1184-96 p. il. (Yearbook separate 1783.) [Reprint of pt. 1 and 
appendix of Yearbook of agriculture, 1940.] *Paper, 30c. Al.lO/a : 17P3 

Beans. Comixirison of rates of apparent photosynthesis and respiration of 
diseased and healthy bean leaflets [with list of literature cited] ; by G. K. 
Parris. 1941. [21+170-192 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, 
V. 62. no. 3, Feb. 1, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : B 378/34 

Strains of cucumber mosaic virus pathogenic on bean and pea [with list 

of literature cited]; by O. C. Whipple and J. C. Walker. [1941.] cover title, 
p. 27-60, il. [l"Vom Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1941.] 
* Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : B 378/35 

Calves. Utilization by calves of energy in rations containing different percentages 
of protein and in glucose supplements [with list of literature cited] ; by H. H. 
Mitchell, T. S. Hamilton, and W. T. Haines. 1941. [21+847-864 p. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 61, no. 12, Dec. 15, 1940.] *P,iper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : C 139/4 

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944 GOVIIKNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Citrus mites. Influence of temperature and season on citrus red mite (Para- 
tetranychus citri) ; by L. L. English and G. F. Turnipseed. 1941. [2] +65-77 
+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 2. Jan. 15, 1941.] 

* Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 498/47 

Cotton. Cotton literature, selected references, v. 11, no. 6, June 1941; compiled 
by Emily L. Day. [1941.] [2] +219-262 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed. Prepared 
in Library of Agriculture Depiirtment with cooi)eration of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Bureau, Agricultural Marketing Service, Plant Industry Bureau, and 
Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.] t A 1.50: 11/6 

Same ; v. 11, no. 7, July 1941 ; compiled by Emily L. Day. [1941.] [2] +263- 

304 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in Library of Agriculture Depart- 
ment with cooperation of Agricultural Economics Bureau, Agricultural Market- 
ing Service, Plant Industry Bureau, and Entomology and Plant Quarantine 
Bureau.] t A 1.50: 11/7 

Crops and markets, June 1941 ; v. 18, no. 6. [1941.] p. 117-140, il. 4° [Monthly.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.()0 a yr. ; foreign subscription, §1.50. 

L. C. card Agr 24-113 A 1.52 : 18/6 

Farm handbooks. Minnesota farm handbook, 1941, State and Federal agricultural 
services. 1941. iv+58 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Minnesota Exten- 
sion Service.] • Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-521 A 1.54 : M 66/941 

Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 11 and 12 ; June 1 and 15, 1941. [1941.] 
cover titles, p. 637-753, il. 1 pi. 6 p. of pi. [Semimonthly. Articles appearing 
in the Journal are printed separately and are listed in the Monthly catalog as 
issued.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $3.25 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.75. 
L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 62/11, 12 

Note. — -The publication is issued by authority of the Secretary of Agriculture, with 
the cooperation of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. It is 
distributi d free only to libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to 
large universities, technical sihcols. 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. 

Potatoes. Response of 2 clonal strains of triumph potatoes to various controlled 
environments; by H. O. Werner. 1941. [2] +761-790 p. il. [From Journal of 
agricultural research, v. 61, no. 11, Dec. 1, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : P 847/130 

Tulip anthracnose; by C. M. Tompkins and H. N. Hansen. 1941. [2] +61-64 
+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1941.] 
♦Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a :T 821 

Wheat. Carbohydrate metabolism and winter hardiness of wheat [with list of 
literanu-e cited] ; by Eric Kneen and M. J. Blish. 1941. [2] +1-26 p. il. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : W 56/170 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Addresses. Parity income for farmers is one of paramount importance at this 
time, speech of John H. Bankliead of Alabama, in the Senate, May 6. 1941. 
[1941.] 17 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 55.15: B 22 

Agricultural conserration. Instructions relative to handling farm computation 
sheets, applications for payment, and related form.* under 1941 agricultural 
conservation and parity payment programs in county olfices and in State appli- 
cation-for-payment sections in north central region. Julv 11. 1941. 44 p. 
(NCR-523; North Central Division.) t A 55.43/6 : F 22/14/941 

Agricultural conservation associations. Instructions relating to election of dele- 
gates and committeemen of countv agricultural conservation associations. 
June 1941. 8 p. (SRS--4.) t ' A 55.45/2 :D 37 

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July 1941 945 

Briefly speaking, 110. 18, July 10, 1941; [compiled by Division of Information, 
from official and unofficial sources for information of committeemen and others 
cooperating in administration of A. A. A. programs]. [1941.] [4] p. il. 4° t 
L. C. card Agr 37-662 A 55.58 : 18 

Farm program. AAA program stands for : 1, Conservation of soil ; 2, Abundant 
production for everybody; 3, More income for farmers. [1941.] [2] p. il. 
large 4" folded into oblong 48" size. ([G-103.]) t A 55.2 :Ag 8/19 

• Our futui'e streugtli depends on how we use our farm program. May 1941. 

[4] p. il. 4° (G-109.) t A 55.2 :F 22/20 

New England. U. S. D. A. announces Harvests for tomorrow, grist of film 
entertainment about farm folks of New England and hills and vallevs they 
hold. [1941.] [4] p. il. 4'^ t A 55^2 :H 26 

Peanuts. Tabulation of peanut marketing quota ballots cast in referendum of 
Apr. 26, 1941, by States. [1941.] 23 p. 4" [Processed.] t A 55.2 : P 31/6/941 

Wheat marketing quota questions and answers. May 1941. 6 p. 4" (Informa- 
tion Division.) [Processed.] t A 55.2 :W 56/42 

consumers' COtTNSEL DIVISION 

Consumers'' guide, Apr. 1 and 15, 1941; [v. 7, no. 13 and 14]. [1941.] Each 
16 p. il. 4° [Issued semimonthly, monthly June through September.] * Paper, 
5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 80c. 
L. C. card 36-12412 A 55.12 : 7/13, 14 

Consumers' market service, v. 5, no. 15 [14] and 15; July 1 and 15, 1941. [1941.] 
Each 2 p. 4" [Semimonthly. Processed. Volume 5, no. 14, dated July 1, 
1941, incorrectly numbered 15.] t A 55,52: 5/14, 15 

SUGAR DIVISION 

Sugar. Decision and order of Secretary of Agriculture allotting 1941 sugar quota 
for domestic beet sugar area. May 9, 1941. 9 p. (S. B. S. O. no. 3.) t 

A 55.66 : 3 

Decision and order of Secretary of Agi'iculture allotting 1941 sugar quota 

for mainland cane sugar area. Mav 19, 1941. 8 p. (M. C. S. O. no. 3.) t 

A 55.67 : 3 

• Decision and order of Secretary of Agriculture allotting 1941 sugar quotas 

for Puerto Rico. May 12, 1941. 2 p. (P. R. S. O. no. 17.) t A 55.18: 17 

■ Sugar consumption requirements and quotas for calendar year 1941. Apr. 

8, 1941. 3 p. (General sugar quota regulations, series 8, no. 1, revision 1.) t 

A 55.6 : Su 3/2/ser. 8, no. 1/941-2 

Sugar iects. Determination of fair and reasonable wage rates for persons em- 
ployed in production, cultivation, or harvesting of 1941 crop of sugar beets. 
Mar. 19, 1941. 3 p. (S. D. no. 107.) t A 55.37 : 107 

Determination of farming practices to be carried out on farms in States 

other than California in connection with production of sugar beets during 
crop year 1941. Apr. 8, 1941. 1 p. (S. D. no. 108.) t A 55.37: 108 

Sugarcane. Determination of farming practices to be carried out in connection 
with production of sugarcane during crop vear 1941, for Territory of Hawaii. 
Apr. 8, 1941. 1 p. (S. D. no. 109.) t A 55.37: 109 

AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY AND ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Agricultural engineering. Current literature in agricultural engineering, v. 10, 
no. 8; Mar. 1941. [1941.] 21 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 37-18926 A 70.7 : 10/8 

Citrus fruit. Freezing preservation of citrus fruits and .iuices [with list of 
references]; by J. L. Held. [1941.] 6 p. 4" (ACE-81.) [Processed. Pre- 
sented at Food Preservation Conference, University of Texas, Mar. 13-14, 
1941.] t A 70.4: 81 

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946 Government Publications 

Cottov. Research on present uses of cotton and cottonseed, remarks by Henry 
G. Kiiij^lit, chief, llineau of Afjricultural Chemistry and Engineering, before 
International Cotton Congress, Waco, Tex., June 2U, 1941. [11J41.J 12 p. 4" 
(ACE-1U6.) [I'rocessed.] t A 70.4: 106 

Cotton yins. Better ginning by repairing cotton gins ; by Chas. A. Bennett. 
Apr. 1941. 3 p. 4" (I ACE 98.]) [ Proces.sed. ] t A 70.4 : 98 

Better giiniing with higher gin-saw speeds; l)v Charles A. Bennett and 

Francis L. Gerdes. May li.'41. 3+|lJ p. il. 4" ([ACE 100.]) [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Marketing Service.] t A 70.4 : 100 

(Jin modernization in Tennessee; by Charles A. Bennett and Francis L. 

Gerdes. L1>*-11J 5 p. 4" (ACE 108.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation 
with Agricultural Marketing Service. Paper pre.seuted by .senior author before 
meeting of Tennessee Cotton Giuners' Association, Lake La Joie, Chickasaw 
State Park, May 29, 1941.] t A 70.4: 108 

Some benefits fi'om modernizing cotton gins ; by Charles A. Bennett and 

Francis L. Gerdes. [1941.] 4 p. 4° (ACE 10*2.) [Processed. Prepared in 
cooperation with Agricultural Marketing Service. Paper presented by senior 
author before meeting of Alabama Cotton Ginners' Association, INIontgomery, 
Ala., June 4, 1941.] t A 70.4: 102 

Eggs. Cooling eggs on farm and at grading stations (progress report) [with list 
of citations; by] John W. Weaver, jr., Reece L. Bryant, and Cecil Rogers. 
[1941.] 10 leaves. 6 pi. 4° (ACE-104.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation 
with Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, and Mai'kets Division, Virginia 
Agriculture Department.] t A 70.4 : 104 

Homes. Better homes for southern farmers, paper to be presented by A. C. 
Hudson, Farm Structures Research Division, Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry 
& Engineering, at annual meeting of American Society of Agricultural Engi- 
neers. Knoxville, Tenn., June 24, 1941. [1941.] 7 leaves, 4" (ACE 105.) 
[Processed.] f A 70.4; 105 

Phosphorus. Nutrient value of phosphorus in defluorinated phosphate, calcium 
metaphosphate, and other phosphatic materials as determined by growth of 
plants in pot experiments [with list of literature cited] ; bv K. D. Jacob and 
William H. Ross. 1941. [2] -[-539-560 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural 
research, v. 61, no. 7, Oct. 1, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23 a : P 566/20 

Turpentine gum. Studies in storage of turpentine gum for distillation; bv G. P. 
Shingler. [Apr. 1941.] 2 p. 4° (ACE-89.) [Processed.] f A 70.4 : 89 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Addresses. Improvement of rural housing, address by Raymond C. Smith, chief 
program analyst at 34th animal meeting of American Home Economics Asso- 
ciation, Chicago, 111., June 24, 1941. [1941.] 11 p. 4" [Processed.] + 

A 36.51 : H 81 

Policies of agricultuial marketing, by Frederick V. Waugh, head. Division 

of Marketing and Transportation Research, address. Seminar on Trends in 
Agricultural Economics, Universitv of Virginia. Mar. 31, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 36.51 :M 34/6 

Agricultural economics literature, v. 15 no. 6 June 1941; [prepared by staff of 

Library of Bureau of Agricultural Economics]. [1941.] [2] +563-704 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly except July and August. Processed.] t 

L. C. card Agr 24-277 A 36.20 : 15/6 

Agricultural loans. Agricultural loans in Arkansas. Washington, D. C, June 
1941. [l]-f2p. 4" [Processed.] t A 36.132 : Ar 4 k/941 

Note. — This iiiicl the followinj; reports present data on agricultural loans held by 
selected lending agencies on Jan. 1. 1941. 

Agricultural loans in Connecticut. W^ashington, D. C, June 1941. [2] p. 4° 

[Processed. ] t A 36.132 : C 76/941 

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July 1911 947 

Agricultural loans — Continxied. 

Agricultural loaus in Delaware and District of Columbia. Washington, 

D. C, June l'J41. [2] p. 4" [Processed.] t A 36.132 : D 37/941 

Agricultural loans in Louisiana. Washington, D. C, June 1941. [l]+2 p. 

4° [Processed.] f A 36.132: L 93/941 

• Agricultural loans in Utah. Washington, D. C, June 1941. [2] p. 4° 

[Proces.sed.] t A 36.132 : Ut 1/941 

Agricultural loans in Wyoming. Washington, D. C, June 1941. [2] p. 4" 

[Processed.] t A 36.132 : W 99/941 

Agricultural policy. Some essentials of good agricultural policy ; [by Howard R. 
ToUey]. 1941. [l]+ll.'59-83 p. il. (Yearbook separate 17S1.) [From Year- 
book of agriculture, 1940, pt. 7, Essentials of agricultural policy.] * Paper, 10c. 

A 1.10/a : 1781 

A.gricultural production. Income parity for agriculture : pt. 2, Expenses of agri- 
cultural production, sec. 5, Expenditures for and depreciation of iierluanent 
improvements on farms, 1910—10 [^\ith bibliography; prepared bv C. M. Purves 
and C. A. Gibbons]. Washington, D. C. Mar. 1941. cover title, iv+30 p. il. 4" 
[Processed. Preliminary. Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Market- 
ing Service, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and Home Economics 
Bureau. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t A 36.2 : In 2/2/pt.2, sec.o/pielim. 

Agricultural fiituatiou, brief summary of economic conditions, July 1941 ; v. 25, 

no. 7. [1941. J 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, T>q. single copy, GOc. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 70c. 

L. C. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 25/7 

American agriculture. Appendix, brief chronology of American agricultural his- 
tory; [compiled by Dorothy C. Goodwin]. 1941. [1] +1184-96 p. (Yearbook 
separate 1782.) [From Yearbook of agriculture, 1&40.] * Paper, oc. 

A 1.10/a : 1782 

Cotton situation, CS-56; June 1941. [1941.] 17 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 30.40/2: 56 

County hoards of agriculture: by B. I.. Hummel. [1941.] 11 p. 4° [Processed. 
Paper presented at National Conference on Planning, Philadelphia. Pa.. May 
12, 1941. ] t A 36.51 : C 83/2 

Dairii situation, DS-119 ; July 1941. [1941.] 20 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.65: 119 

Demand and price situation, July 1941. [1941.] 20 p. il. i" [Monthly. Pi-oc- 
essed.] f A 36.28 : 941/7 

Farm income situation, FIS-17; June 1941. [1941.] 14 p. il. 4° [Monthlv. 
Processed.] f A 33.122 : 17 

Farm migrants in New Jersey; by Sanmel Liss. [1941.] 9 p. [From Land 
policy review, June 1941.] t A 36.103/a : M 58/2 

Farmers. Farmer's changing world ; [by F. F. Elliott]. 1941. [1] +103-110 p. 11. 
(Yearbook separate 1728.) [From Yearbook of agriculture, 1940, pt. 1, Farm- 
er's changing world.] * Paper 5c. A 1.10/a : 1728 

Old ideals versus new ideas in farm life [with list of literature cited : bv 

Paul H. John.stono], 1911. [1] +111-170 p. il. (Yearbook separate 1729.) 
[From Yearbook of agriculture, 1940. pt. 1, Farmer's changing world.] * Paper, 
10c. A 1.10/a : 1729 

Fats and oils situation, FOS-53 ; July 1941. [1941.] 20 p. il. 4" [Monthlv. 

Processed.] f A 36.97 : 53 

Feed situation, FdS-23; June 1941. [1941.] 15 p. il. 4° [Montlilv. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.117: 23 

Freight rates. Trends in railroad ti-affic. freight rates, and prices, perishable 
agricultural commodities. United State.s; by Clifford C. Matlock. Washington, 
D. C, May 1941. iv+60 p. il. 4° [Processed. This report is a nontechnical 
sequel to Index numbers of railroad freight rates on perishable agricultural 
shipments. United States, 1913-38. is.^ued Mar. 1941.] t A 36.2 :Ag 8/23 

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948 Government Publications 

Fruit situation, TFS-55; July 1941. [1941.] 30+ [1] p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 30.99: 55- 

L«/(d po//n/ r( riVio, July 1941 ; V. 4, no. 7. [1941.] 48 p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 
5c single copy, 50c a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. 
L. C. card Agr 3S-304 A 36.103: 4/7 

Land use. Cooperative land use planning, new development in democracy ; [by 
Ellery A. Foster and Harold A. VogelJ. 1941. [1] +1138-5(5 p. il. (Yearbook 
separate 1780.) [From Yearbook of agi-icultiu-e, 1940, pt. 6, Democracy and 
agricultural policy.] * Paper, 5c. A l.lO/a: 1780 

Livestock situation, LS-25; July 1941. [IWl.] 22 p. il. 4° [Mouthlv. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.116: 25 

Meat. Trends in production and foreign trade for meats and livestock in United 
States [with list of literature cited] ; by Pre.ston Richards. Mar. 1941. cover 
title, 64 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 764.) * Paper, 10c. 
(incorrectly given as 5c. on p. 64). 
L. C. card Agr 41-264 A 1.36 : 764 

Mississippi Delta. New settlement in Mississippi Delta. June 1941. iv+20 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 442.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-512 A 1.38 : 442 

Okfuskee County, Okla., selected list of references; compiled by Howard B. 
Turner. June 1941. 14+ [1] p. 4° (Economic library list' 28.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.113: 28 

Poultry. Changes in technology and labor requirements in livestock production: 
Poultry ; by George A. Sallee, Arthur A. Lewis, Robert B. Elwood, and William 
A. Newman. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1941. [l]+v+57 p. 3 pi. 4° ([Work 
Projects Administration] National Research Project. Report A-13; Studies 
of changing techniques and employment in agriculture.) [Processed.] f 
L. C. card Agr 41-519 FW 4.7 : A-13 

Note. — This publication Is classified under Work Projects Administration in order to 
keep the series together. 

Poultry and egg situation, PES-55; July 1^1. [1941.] 21 p. il. 4" 

[Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.96: 55 

Publicatiovs. Check list of printed and processed publications issued during June 
1941. July IWl. 3 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] f A 36.70/2 : 941/a 

Rice. Income parity for agriculture : pt. 1, Farm income, sec. 15, Income from 
rice, calendar years 1910-40. Washington, D. C, June 1941. cover title, 
ii+24 p. il. 4° [Processed. Preliminary. Prepared in cooperation with Agri- 
cultural Marketing Service, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and Home 
Economics Bureau. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

A 36.2 : In 2/2/pt.l, see.l5/prelim. 

Surplus farm products, where shall we find a market? [June 1$M1.] [2] +28 
p. il. (DS'20; Farmer discus.sion group pamphlet.) [Prepared in cooperation 
with Extension Service. Illustrations by Farm Security Administration, Sur- 
plus Marketing Administration, and Agricultural Adjustment Administra- 
tion.] t A 36.126: 20 

VenetttUe situation, TVS-54 ; June 1941. [1941.] 30+ [1] p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 36.100: 54 

Wheat. Great Plains and supply of wheat; [by] Orlin J. Scoville and James W. 
Gibson. Washington, D. C, May 1£^1. cover title, 27 p. il. 4" (F. M. 23.) 
[Proce.ssed.] t A 36.118: 23 

Wheat situation, WS-56 ; June 1941. [1941.] 23 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 

Processed.] t A 36.86: 5*6 

Wool situation, Wool-55 ; July 1941. [1&41.] 11 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t - A 36.89: 55 

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July 1941 949 

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE 

Addresses. Dollars-and-cents value of tobacco inspection and market news serv- 
ices, by Hugh W. Taylor, senior marketing specialist, address to farmers at 
Field Day held July 10, 1941, Oxford Test Farm, Oxford, N. C. [1941.] 4 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t A G6.23 : T 55/2 

Labeling processed foods in terms of U. S. grades, by Paul M. Williams, 

senior marketing specialist, address, meeting of Better Business Bureau ex- 
ecutives, National Association of Better Business Bureaus, Inc., Los Angeles, 
Calif., June 25, 1941. [1941.] 9 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 66.23 :F 73 

Spinning quality of Texas cotton, by Malcolm E. Campbell, senior cotton 

technologist, address, 2d Cotton Research Congress, Waco, Tex.. June 26-28, 
194L [1941.] 8 p. 4° [Processed.] f A 66.23 :C 82/8 

Citrus fruit. March 1, 1941 report on citrus fruit, milk production, and egg pro- 
duction. Washington, D. C, Mar. 10, 1941. [1] +6 p. large 8° ( Crop Reporting 
Board.) [Processed.] t A 66.2 : C 49/941-2 

Cold siorane report as of July 1, 1941. [1941.] 9 p. large 8" [Monthly. 
Proce.ssed.] t A 66.7: 941/7 

Coryi. Ohio corn, estimated planted acreage, yield, and production, 1928-39, by 
counties. Juno 1941. cover title. 1") p. 11. 4" [Processed. Prepared in coop- 
eration with Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station.] t A 66.47 : Oh 3/928-39 

Cotton. Cotton report as of July 1, 1941. [1941.] [2] p. large 8° (Crop Re- 
porting Board.) [Processed.] t A 66.9: 941/1 

Weekly cotton market review. July 5-26, 1941. [1941.] Each 2 leaves, 4° 

[ Processed. ] t A 66.8 : 941/27-30 

Cottonseed, official grading and market news. 1941. [6] p. il. narrow 8° 
(Agricultural Dept. Miscellaneous publication 441.) * Paper, He. A 1.38: 441 

crops. General crop report as of July 1, 1941. [1941.] l-12a-f-13-28d-f 29-59 p. 
il. large 8° (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly. Processed] t 

A 66.11 : 941/7 

Dairif production, no. 15; July 15, 1941. [1941.] 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 66.44: 15 

Eggs. Marketing eggs; [by Rob R. Slocum]. [Mar. 1924, revised June 1941.] 

[1941.] [2]-f-37 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1378.) 
* Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card Agr 41-505 A 1.9 : 1378/4 

Production of liquid eggs by egg-breaking plants, 1939^0, production of 

dried-eggs, 1938-40. Apr. 1941. [l]-|-4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 66.2 : Eg 3/2/939-40 

Farm labor report: Farm wage rates up sharply, reported highest since 1930. 
July 11, 1941. 12-f-[l] p. il. 4" [Proce.ssed.] t A 66.10: 941/7 

Field warehou.se receipts, collateral or no collateral ; by H. S. Tohe. Washington, 
D. C, Mar. 1937, reissued Mar. 1941. [2]-l-18 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

A 66.2 : W 22/941 

Eoneu. Semi-monthly honey report, no. 555 and 556 ; July 1 and 15, 1941. 
[1941.] 9 p. and 10 p. narrow f [Processed.] t A 66.12 : 555, 556 

Lard. Report on survey of lard production, distribution, and packaging, 1938-39; 
by Meade T. Foster. July 1941. 31 leaves, il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 66.2 : L .32 

Jjivestoek, meats, and wool, market reviews and statistics, June 28-July 26 [1941] ; 
v. 9, no. 27-31. July 2-30, 1941. p. 425-510, 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t 

A 66.13 : 9/27-31 

Market news broadcasts. Directory of market news broadcasts, 1941. [1941.] 
[2] -f 93-f- [4] p. il. 4° [Processed.] f A 68.38: 941 

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950 Government Publications 

Marketing actiiities, v. 4, no. 7; July Hi41. [1041.] 17 p. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t AC6.14:4/7 

P. nitd S. docket, niontlily roiK)it of jiction taken on cases arisiuK under packers 
and stockyards act, V. 3, no. 7 ; July 15]41. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 66.18: 3/7 

Ptniiuta. Weekly peanut report, no. 1149-5;^; July 2-30, 1941. [1941.] various 
paging, narrow f" [Processed.] t A G6.1;") : 1149-1153 

Poultry and egg production; July 1941. [1941.] 10 p. 11. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t AG6.43:Wl/7 

Service announcements. Service and regiUatory announcements no. 147 : Air- 
oven and water-oven methods specified in official grain standards of United 
Stales for determining moisture content of grain. Apr. 19.%. revised Aug. 
1941. [1941. 1 3 p. [Originally issued as Service and regulatory announce- 
ments 147 ttf Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 
L. C. card Agr 41-523 A 66.27 : 147 

Truck cro-p estimate reports. [Processed.] t A 66.17: 

Note. — The Agricultural Marketing Service issius a series of reports relating to truck 
crops which. althouj;h nuinbt^rcd in one series (TC followed by the year and a number 
with a different group of hundreds assigned for each month), consists of several di.-iinct 
groups as follows : Commercial truck crops feu- shipment, comniouly called Truck crop 
rep(irts ; Truck crops for commercial processing commonly called Canning crop reports; 
T'uck crop ni'Ws ; General summary of truck crop prosi.ectsj Revised statisticil sum- 
maries covering a varying period of ye.trs. Pri:itod snuunaries of these reports were 
published in Crops and maikets prior to .June 19:iT. but those have been discontinued. 
A yearly summary only is published in the Docember issue each year. 

^V()(>1. Progress in wool shrinkage research during year 1940 [with List of pub- 
lications in same field of research] : by Warner M. Buck and George C. 
LeCompte. Washington, D. C, June 1941. [lJ+16 p. 4." [Processed.] t 

A m:l : W SS/4/940 
ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Bany's disease. Statement of indemnity claims and averages in cooperative 
Bang's disease work, Apr. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Procei-sed.] t 

A 4.29 : 941/4 

Summary of Bang's disease control program July 1, 1934-Mar. 31, 1&41^^ 

conducted by Bureau of Animal Industry in cooperation with the various States. 
[1941.] 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 4.23: 941/3 

Same, July 1, 1934-Apr. 30, 1941, conducted by Bureau of Animal Industry 

in c<ioi)eration with the various States. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 4.23: 941/4 

Same, Jidy 1, 1934-May 31, 1941, conducted by Bureau of Animal Industry 

in cooperation with the various States. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [:Monlhly. 
Processed.] t A 4.23 : &11/5 

— — Siunmarv of Bang's disease work in cooperation with the various States, 
Apr. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. oblong 8" [Monthly. Processed.] t A 4.21: 941/4 

Same, Mav 1941. [1941.] 1 p. oblong 8" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 4.21 : 941/5- 

Domestic animals. Regulations governing preparation, sale, barter, exchange, 
shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products 
intended for use in treatment of domestic animals, [anidt. 8] effective Nov. 1, 
1931. [Reprint] 1941. 1 p. (Amendment 8 to B. A. I. order 276.) t 

A 4..-> : 276/amdt.8/rep. 

E.rten.iion animal husbandman [serial no. 62; June 1941]. [1941.] cover title, 
24 p. il. 4° [Quarterly. Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Extension 
Service.] t A 4.25:62 

Limhs. Comparison of wool and skins of full-fed and maintenance-fed lambs 
[with list of literature cited] : by M. X. Sullivan, W. C. Hess, and PatU E. 
Howe. 1941. [2] +877-886 p. [Prepared in cooperation with Georgetown 
University. From Journal of agricultural research, v. 61, no. 12. Di^c. l.">, 
1940.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : L 179/10 

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July 19il 951 

Poultry. Directory of IT. S. R. O. M. sires and dams (including sunnnary of their 
family performance), 1938-39, trap-nest record year. Apr. 1941. cover title, 
50 p. 4* (A. H. D. no. 39; Animal Husbandry Division.) [Processed.! t 

A 4.26 : 39 

Service atirioinircDiciits. Service and regulatory announcements, May 1941; [no.] 
409. June 1941. p. 43-50. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 60c. 
L C. card Agr 7-1658 A 4.13: 409 

Same, .Tune 1941; [no.] 410. July 1941. p. 51-58. [Monthly.] 

A 4.13 : 410 

Ttihcrciilosis i)i onimals. Statement of indemnity claims and averages in coopei'a- 
tive tuberculosis eradication, Api-. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 4.30 ; 941/4 

Same, May 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Proce.ssed.] f A 4.30: 941/5 

Summary of tuberculosis eradication in cooperation with the various States, 

Apr. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly. Proce.ssed.] t A 4.22 : 941/4 

Same, May 1941. [1941.] 1 p. oblong 8" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 4.22 : 941/5 

Vinis-Scnmi Control DiriKion. Activities of licensed est;>blishments supervised 
by Virus-Serum Control Division, June 27, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 4° (Notice 
174, V. S. C.) [INbmthly. Processed.] t A 4.31 : 174 

Zoolofiy. Index-catalogue of medical and veterinary zoology : pt. 5, authors. E 
to Fynney ; bv Albert Hassall. Mildred A. Doss. Kuth M. Taylor, Gertrude B. 
Carson, and Dorothy B. Segal. Apr. 1941. [1] +1177-14-58 p. * I'aper. 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 32-796 A 4.18 : 5 

BUDGET AND FINANCE OFFICE 

Ayririilfiirr Drpnrtiurnt. Directory of organization and field activities of Dejiart- 
ment of Agriculture, 1941; comiiiled by Edmund Stephens, Office of Budset and 
Finance, in cooperation with Ofii'^-es of Information and Personnel, and other 
offices and bureaus of Department. Mar. 1941. iv-f243 p. (Agriculture Dept. 
Miscellaneous publication 431.) [Revision of Miscellaneous publication 376.] 
* Paper, 2.5c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-1443 A 1.38 : 431 

COMIMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION 

Loan.t. Statement of loans and commodities owned, June 30, 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. r [Monthly. Processed.] t A 71.7 : 911/6 

COMMODITY EXCHANGE ADMINISTRATION 

ConiHioditii cxvJiauf/c act, as amended, rules and regulations of Secretary of Agri- 
culture promulgated thereunder, orders of Commodity Exchange Ccmniission 
pursuant to sec. 4a. and order of Secretary of Agriculture pursuant to sec. 5a 
(4), of act, June 17, 1941. [1941.] cover title, 82 p. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-522 A 59.6 : R 86/2/941 

Cottnv. Trade in cotton futures, v. 2, no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
[17] p. il. 1 pi. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t A 59.11 : 2/6 

Grnin. Trade in grain futures, v. 11, no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] [31] p. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. ca id .38-29678 A .59.7 : 11/6 

Wool. Trade in 'wool top futures, v. 1, no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
[81 leaves, il. 1 pi. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 59.12: 1/6 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Dairy herd-improvement association letter, v. 17. no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] 22 
p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 44.6: 17/6 

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952 Government Publications 

entomology and plant quarantine bureau 

Black grain stem aawfly and European wheat stem sawfly in United States; by 
E. J. Udine. July 1041. 9 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 607.) 
* Paper. Oo. 
L. C. card Agr. 41-506 A 1.4/2: 607 

Com earworm [life history and controll. [Apr. 1941.1 [21 p. il. (Picture 
sheet 11.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, uc. ($1.00 per 100). 

A r)0.20 : 11 

Cotton. Further results from airplane dusting in Arizona for homipterous cotton 
in.sect control, crop season of 1940; bv T. P. Cassidy and T. C. Barber. June 
1941. 8 p. 4" (E-543.) [Processed.] t A56.19:E-543 

Entomology, current literature, selected references, v. 10, no. 3, IMay-June 1941 ; 
compiled by staff of Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Libiary. 
[1941.] 32 p. 4" [Bimonthly. Processed.] t A 56.10: 10/3 

ExtcfiKion cntomoloffist, V. 5, no. 2; June IMl. [1941.] [2] +27-52 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed. Prepared in cooperation with Extension Service.] j A 56.21 : 5/2 

Fall armywonn [life history and controll. [Apr. 1941.1 [21 p. il. (Picture 
sheet 12.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 103). 

A 56.20 : 12 

Flies. Control of dog fly breeding in beach deposits of marine grasses ; b.v S. W. 
Simmons and W. E. Dove. June 1941. 8 p. 4° (E-541.) [Processed.] t 

A 56.19 : E-541 

Control of dog fly breeding in peanut litter ; hv W. E. Dove and S. W. Sim- 
mons. June 194L 4 p. 4" (E-542.) [Processed.] t A56.19:E-542 

GladiohiH thrips [life history and controll. [Apr. 1941.1 [21 p. il. (Picture 
sheet 6.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 100). 

A 56.20: 6 

Imported cabbage worm [life histovj and contvoU. [Apr. 1941.] [2] p. il. (Pic- 
ture sheet 9.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 100). 

A 50.20 : 9 

Inaeei Pest Siirvey bulletin. Insect Pest Survey bulletin, v. 21, no. 5; July 1, 
1941. [1941.] [1] +223-294 p. 4" [Month'y, from March to November. Proc- 
essed. Prepared in cooperation with State entomological agencies.] t 
L. C. card 3^30648 A 56 18 : 21/5 

Same, v. 20, index, 1940. [1941.] [1] +593-660 p. 4° [Processed. Pre- 
pared in cooperation with State entomological agencies.] t A56.18: 20/ind. 

Insects. Insects in relation to national defense: Fumigation [with list of refer- 
ences]. June 1941. [l]+55 leaves, il. 4° (Circular 22.) [Processed.] t 

A 56.24 : 22 

Same: Termites [supp. A]. June 1941. [1] +6 leaves, 9 pi. 4° (Circular 

2, supp. A.) [Processed.] t A 56.24 :2/supp. A 

Potato leafhopper [life historv and control]. [Apr. 1941.] [2] p. il. (Picture 
sheet 8.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 100). 

A 56.20 : 8 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, Jan.-Mar. 1941 ; 
no. 146. [1941.1 p. 1-43. [Quarterly.] t 
L. C. card Agr 14-383 A 56.14 : 146 

Sorqhum midocs. Biology and control of sorghum midge [with list of literature 
cited] ; by E. V. Walter. July 1941. 27 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical 
bulletin 778. ) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-514 A 1.36 : 778 

Squash borer [life history, injury, and controll. [Apr. 1941.1 [21 p. il. (Pic- 
ture sheet 10.) [Illustrator, Marv F. Ben.son.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 100). 

A 50.20 : 10 

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July 1941 953 

striped cucumber beetle [habits and control]. [Apr. 1941.] [2] p. il. (Picture 
sheet 7.) [Illustrator, Mary F. Benson.] * Paper, 5c. ($1.00 per 100). 

A 56.20: 7 

Yellow chapote, native host of Mexican fruitfly ; by C. C. Plummer, M. McPhail, 
and J. W. Monk. July 1941. 12 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 
775. ) * Paper 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-513 . A 1.36 : 775 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

Land grant colleges. Workers in subjects pertaining to agriculture in land-grant 
colleges and experiment stations. 1940-m ; by Betty T. Richardson. Apr. 1941. 
v+174 p. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 420.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 25-1482 A 1.38 : 420 

Publicatious. List of station publications received by Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions during June 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card Agr 9-1395 A 10.17 : 941/6 

Report on agricultural experiment stations [fiscal year] 1940; [by J. T. Jardine, 
F. D. Fromme, and H. L. Knight, with collaboration of other members of staff]. 
[July 1941.] cover title, 272 p. [Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] 
* Paper, 25c. 

L. C. card Agr 9-1394 A 10.1/2 : 940 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

Addresses. Civilian food problems in relation to defense; by M. L. Wilson. 
[1941.] 7 p. 4° [Processed. Address before 19th annual Conference of Milbank 
Memorial Fund, New York City, Apr. 29, 1941.] t A 43.21 : F 73 

Nutrition's role in total defense, address by M. L. Wilson, director of 

extension work. Department of Agriculture, and chairman of Nutrition Advis- 
ory Committee to Coordinator of Health, Welfare, and Related Defense 
Activities, before American Institute of Nutrition, Chicago, 111., Apr. 16, 1941. 
[1941.] 6 p. 4" [Processed.] f A 43.21 :N 95/5 

Plans for conference, address by M. L. Wilson, director of extension work 

and chairman. Nutrition Advisory Committee to Coordinator of Health, Welfare, 
and Related Defense Activities, before National Nutrition Conference for 
Defense, May 26, 1941. [1941.] 11 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 43.21 :N 95/6 

Reducing spread between producer and consumer ; by R. B. Corbett. [1941.] 

7 p. il. 4° [Processed. Talk given at Sandy Spring (Md.) Farmers' Convention, 
Feb. 22, 1941.] j A 43.21 :P 94 

Role of agriculture in modern democratic state; by M. L. Wilson. May 

1941. 8 p. 4° (Extension Service circular 359.) [Processed. Address given 
before Agricultural History Society, New York, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1940.] t 

A 43.4 : 359 

Extension activities and accomplishments. 1940; [by] Meredith C. Wilson and 
H. W. Porter. June 1941. 22 p. il. 4° (Extension Service circular 3&3.) 
[Processed.] f A 43.4: 363 

Extension forester, devoted to methods, goals, and results of teaching farm 
forestry to 4-H club members and adults, May 1941. [1941.] 12 p. 4° [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Forest Service.] t A 43.17: 941/1 

Extension marketing news, July 1941; no. 37. [1941.] [l]+9 p. 4° (Economics 
Section.) [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in cooperation with State extension 
services.] t A 43.18: 37 

Extension pathologist, news letter for extension workers interested in plant 
disease control, serial no. 45: Apr. 1941. [1941.] p. 14-28, 4° [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Plant Industry Bureau.] t A 43.20: 45 

Extension Service review, v. 12, no. 7; July 1941. [1941.] cover title, p. 97-112, 
il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. 
single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 43.7 : 12/7 

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954 GoVERNMKNT PUBLICATIONS 

Film strip series. 

Note. — Film strips covering many phases of agriculture and home economics have 
been prcpar. d by the Extension Service in cooperation with siibit-ct-matter bur aus of 
the Ai;riculture Department. Each tilm .>itrip is accompanied by explanatory lecture notes. 

A list of available strips and Information on how to pnrclia.se them miiy be obtained 
from the Extension Service, Department of Agriculture, Wa.^hington, D. C. 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

Agricultural credit. Farmers need special credit facilities; [by James L. Robin- 
son]. [Apr. 1940. revised May IfWl.] [1941.] [4]+26-f-[l] p. il. ([Circular 
E-2H.]) [Includes list of publications? of Farm Credit Administration on 
cretlir.] ♦ Paper. 10c. A 72.4 : E-26/2 

Loans b.v production credit associations. June 1941. 12 p. il. narrow S"* 

(Circulars.) t A 72.4: 3 

Loans to farmers' cooperatives. Revised June 1941. [1941.] 8 p. narrow S" 

(Circular 6.) t A 72.4: 6 

Farmer co-ops in North Carolina; [by M. C. Ruhr]. [1941.] [2] +12+ [2] p. il. 
(Columbia Bank for Cooperatives, Columbia, S .C.) t A 72.17 :N 81c 

Note. — The Columbia Bank for Cooperatives also serves associations in South Carolina, 
Georgia, and Florida. 

Federal credit uiiioufn. Cooperative saving with Federal credit unions. Mar.-Juiie 
1941 [v. 4. no. 2 and 3 : published by Credit I'nion Section]. [1911.] [2] +22 p. 
il. large S" [Bimonthly. Two numbers issued as one publication.] * Paper, 10c. 
single copy. oUc. a vr. ; foreign sul)scription, 60c. 
L. C. card 36-23195 A 72.13 : 4/2, 3 

Federal credit tmions, monthly report of organization, June 1941. [1941.] 

[4] +4 p. 4° (Credit Union Section.) [Processed.] t A 72.14 : 941/6 

Fertilizers. Fertilizer transportation survey of American Rice Growers Coop- 
erative Association; by L. N. Conyers. May 1941. cover title. [l]+57 p. 2 
pi. 4° (Special report 85; Cooperative Research and Service Division.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 72.9: 85 

Mixing fertilizer locally, new southern custom ; by J. H. Lister. [1941.] 

3 p. il. large 8" [From News for farmer cooperatives, May 1941.] t 

A 72.10/a : F 418 

News for farmer cooperatives, July 1941; [v. 8, no. 4]. [1941.] 2S+[4] p. il. 
large 8° [Monthly. Vohmie 8, no. 4, inadvertently omitted from publication.] 
* Paper, 10c. single copv, !?1.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription. .^1.40. 
L. C. card 36-20027 ' A 72.10 : 8/4 

Wool auctions in United States : by James M. Coon and C. G. Randell. May 
1941. cover title, [l]+37 p. 4 pi. 4° (Special report 86; Cooperative Research 
and Service Division. ) [Processed.] t A 72.9: 86 

FARM SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 

Work of Farm Security Administration [etc.]. [1941.] [74] p. 4" [Handbook 
on Farm Seciuity Administration program for members of county farm security 
advisory councils and committees.] t A 61.7 :F 22 

FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION 

Wheat. County application procedure, wheat crop insurance [sec. 1-13]. July 
ItMl. iv+27 p. 4" (Form FCI-211-W [sec. 1-13].) t 

A 62.2 : W 56/2/942/sec. 1-13 

1942 wheat crop insurance regulations. June 30, 1941. ii+19 p. 4° (FCI- 

Regulations 201-W.) t A 62.6/2 : W 56/4/942 

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July 1911 955 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL RELATIONS OFFICE 

Addresses. Latin America, agricultural readjustments in relation to population, 
by Joseph L. Apodaca, senior economist. Office of Foreign Agricultural Rela- 
tions, address, annual meeting of Population Association of America. Princeton 
University, May 16, 1941. [1941.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 67.13 :L 34/2 

AgricuUnre in the Americas. Agriculture in the Americas, July 1941 ; [v. 1, no. 
6]. [1941.] cover title, 16 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 
2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a vr. : foreign subscription, .$1.20. 
L. C. card Agr 41-6 A 67.15 : 1/6 

Same. Aug. 1941; [v. 1. no. 7]. [1941.] cover title, 16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 

Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] A 67.15 : 1/7 

Canada. Trade between United States and Canada in fresh fruits and vegetables 
and effects of trade agreements. Wa.shington. D. C. June 1941. [2] +48 p. 11. 
4° (F. S.-86.) [Proces.sed. Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Bureau. Agricultural Marketing Service, Extension Service, anrl Surplus 
Marketing Administration.] t A 67.11 : 86 

ForeUm af/rioiltitre. Foreign agricultui'e, review of foreign farm policy, pro- 
duction, and trade. June 1941; [v. 5. no. 6]. [1941.] [2]+217-2C0 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly.] * Paper. 10c. single copv, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, .$1.00. 

A 67.7 : ~\/Q 

Same, July 1941; [v. ,5. no. 7]. [1941.] [2]+263-306 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 

A 67.7 : 5/7 

Foreimi crops and niarket.% v. 43, no. 1-4; July 7-28, 1941. [1941.] p. 1-116. 4" 
[Weekly. Processed.] t A 67.8 : 43/1-4 

Pan Americanism for the people, Hamburg, Iowa, May 31. 1941 ; by E. N. Bressman. 
[1941.] 14 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t A 07.13 :P 19 

FOREST SERVICE 

Apache National Forcxt. Ariz.-N. Mex. 1941. ii-|-22 p. il. map. t 

L. C. card Agr 41-520 A 1.3.13 : Ap 1/2/941 

Christmas trees. Treating spruce and balsam fir Christmas trees to reduce fire 
hazard. Apr. 1941. [3] p. (Forest Products Laboratory, Technical rote 250. ) 
[Processed.] t Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/9 : 2,'0 

Fire control notes, quarterly perioilical devoted to technique of fire control, v. 5, 
no. 3; [July 1941]. 1941. ii+12.3-160 p. il. * Paper, 15e. single copy, 50c. 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card Agr 37-16 A 13.32: 5/3 

Forest Products Lahoratonf. U. S. Forest Products Laboratory, list of publica- 
tions, Jan. 1-Jun 30, 1941. [1941.] [9] p. [Processed.] t Forest Products 
Laboratory, ftladison, Wis. A 13.27/8 : 941/1 

Greenheart. Foreign woods: Greenheart. Ocotea (Nectandra) rodioei, Schowl, 
Mex. [with list of references] : by W. D. Brush. Mar. 1941. 9 p. map. 
[Processed.] t A 13.31/2 : G 83/941 

Hardwoods. Nailing dense hardwoods. Apr. 1941. [3] p. (Forest Products 
Laboratory, Technical note 247.) [Processed.] t Forest Products Labora- 
tory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/9 : 247 

Mahogany. Foreign woods: Mahogany (Swietenia species) [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by W^ D. Brush. [Edition of 1941.] Apr. 1941. 22 p. 2 maps. [Proc- 
essed.] t A 13..31/2 : M 27/941 

Faints. Fire retardant paints containing borax. Apr. 1941. [4] p. (Forest 
Products Laboratory, Technical note 249.) [Processed.] t Forest Products 
Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/9: 249 

Smoke. Theoretical anal.vsis of smoke-column visibility [with list of literature 
cited] ; by H. D. Bruce" 1941. [2]-l-lfil-178 p. il. [From .Journal of agricul- 
tural research, v. 02, no. 3, Feb. 1. 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : Sm 75/2 

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956 Government Publications 

Wood. Computed thermal conductivity of common woods. Apr. 1941. [4] p. il. 
(Forest Product.s Laboratory, Tecliuical note 248.) [Processed.] (Forest 
Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/9 : 248 

Function and calculation of ventilation in drying compartments; [by 

O. W. Torgeson] Apr. 1941. [l]4-3+[l] p. 2 pi. 4" (Forest Products Labora- 
tory.) [Processed.] t Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, "Wis. 

A 13.27/2 : D 84/2 

Technique of developing drying process for small stock ; [by O. W. Tor- 

geson]. Sept. 1940. [l]+5+[ll p. 3 pi. 4" (Forest Products Laboratory.) 
[Processed.] t Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/2 :D 84 

HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Clothing. Buying boys' suits ; [by Clarice Louisba Scott]. [July 1941.] [2] +18 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1877.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-509 A 1.9 : 1877 

INFORMATION OFFICE 

CZip s/lee^ no. 1200-4; June 29-July 27, 194L [194L] Each 4 leaves f° [Weekly. 
Processed.] t (limited distribution). A 21.15 : 1200-1204 

Note. — The Clip sheet is made up of short articles concerning the work of the De- 
partment of Agriculture and the application of new ideas and discoveries in the fields 
of agriculture and science. Distrilmtion is free and only to writers, newspapers, and 
publishers interested in agricultural information. (No subscription list.) 

Fanners in changing world, summary ; [by Gove Hambidge]. 1941. [1] +1-100 p. 
(Yearbook separate 1727. ) [From Yearbook of agriculture, 1940.] * Paper, 15c. 

A 1.10/a : 1727 

Puhlications. Ignited States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publica- 
tions, Mav 1941. [1941.] 4 p. t 
L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : 941/5 

Same, June 1941. [1941.] 2+ [2] p. t A 21.6/5 : 941/6 

PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Conifers. Germination reduction and radicle decay of conifers caused by certain 
fungi [with list of literature cited] ; by Paul Lewis Fisher. 1941. [2] -{-87-95+ 
[1] p. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.] 
* Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 76/11 

Crop losses from plant diseases in United States. 1939 ; [compiled by H. A. Edsou 
and Jessie I. Wood]. Dec. 31, 1940, isg^ed June 30, 1941. [1] +177-209 p. 4° 
(Plant disease reporter supplement 127.) [Processed.] t A 19.19: 127 

Foundation pUintlngs. Foundation plantings. <^[ 1941.] 2 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 19.2 : P 69/8 

Fusarium. Personal element and light as factors in study of genus Fusarium ; 
bv L. L. Harter. 1941. [2] +97-107+ [1] p. [From Journal of agricultural 
research, v. 62, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : F 985/12 

Mushroom growing in United States; [by Edmund B. Lambert]. [June 1941.] 
[2]+3Sp. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmer.s' bulletin 1875.) [Revision of Cir- 
cular 251 and Farmers' bulletin 1587.] * Paper, lOc. 
L. C. card Agr 41-508 A 1.9 : 1875 

Oak. Prediction of cull following fire in Appalachian oaks [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by George H. Hepting. 1941. [2] +109-120+ [1] p. il. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 02, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23 a : Oa 4/3 

Phinnatotrichinn oninirornm. Response of Phymatotrichiun omnivorum to cer- 
tain trace elements [with list of literature cited] ; by Le.ster M. Blank. [1941.] 
cover title, p. 129-159, il. [From Journal of agi'icultural research, v. 62, no. 3, 
Feb. 1, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 569/ia 

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Plant disease reporter, v. 25, no. 11-13, June 15- July 15, 1941 ; issued by Division 
of Mycology and Disease Survey. [1941.] [3] +299-363 p. il. 4" [Semimonthly. 
Processed.] t A 19.18 : 25/11-18 

Pkuit science literature, selected references, v. 14, no. 1-4, July 5-26, 1941; com- 
piled bv library staff of Bureau of Plant Industry. [1941.] various paging, 4" 
[Weekly. Processed.] t A 19.22/ 2 : 14/1-4 

Privet. California privet. [1941.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 19.2 :P 939 

Red clover. Sfemnbylium leaf spot of red clover and alfalfa [with list of literature 
cited]; by Oliver F. Smith. 1941. [2] +831-846-}- [1] p. il. [From Journal 
of agricultural research, v. 61, no. 12, Dec. 15, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : C 625/14 

Root knot nematodes. Plants reported resistant or tolerant to root knot rematode 
infestation [with list of literature cited] ; by Jocelyn Tyler. June 1941. cover 
title, 91 p. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 406.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-511 A 1.38 : 406 

Smuts. Two types of fall paniciuu smut ; bv H. W. Johnson, H. A. Rodenhiser, 
and C. L. Lefebvre. 1941. [2] +865-875+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agri- 
cultural research, v. 61, no. 12, Dec. 15, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 193 

Sugar beets. Toxic effect on germinating sugar-beet seed of water-soluble sub- 
stances in seed ball [with list of literature cited] ; by Bion Tolnian and Myron 
Stout, 1041. [2] +817-830 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, 
V. 61, no. 11, Dec. 1, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : Su 32/58 

Tomatoes. Pan America tomato, new red variety highly resistant to fusarium 
wilt; by Wiriiani S. Porte and H. B. AValker. June 1941. 6 p. il. (Agricul- 
ture D;i>t. Circular 611.) * Paper, 5t'. 
L. C. card Agr 41-507 A 1.4/2 : 611 

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION 

Construction repart 68 and 69; June 25 and July 30, 1941. [1941.] Each 5 p. 4° 
[Proces.sed. This bulletin announces construction contracts approved May 
27-July 24, 1941.] t A 68.7 : 68, 69 

Rural electrification neios, June 1941; v. 6, no. 10. [1941.] 30+ [2] p. il. 4° 
[Mojithly.] * Paper, 10c single copy, 75c a yr. ; foreign subscription, .$1.50. 
L. C. card 37-2G4(]6 A 68.9 : 6/10 

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 

Muskingum River basin. Precipitation in Muskingum River basin. May 1941; 
by Climatic and Physiographic Division. June 1941. cover title, 61 p. il. 4" 
(Research Office.) [Processed.] Not available for distribution. 

A 57. 21 : 941/5 

-Ponds for wildlife : [by Philip F. Allan and Cecil N. Davis]. [July 1941.] ii+46 
p. 11. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1879.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-510 A 1.9 : 1879 

Pope County, Ark. Erosion and related land use conditions in Illinois Bayou 
soil conservation district, Ark. ; by C. J. Finger, jr. 1941. cover title, [l]+46 
p. il. 2 maps in pocket, large 8° (Erosion survey 18.) * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-515 A 57.24 : 18 

Posters. Soil conservation is vital to you ; [poster]. 1941. 19X13.5 In. f 

A 57.8 : So 3 

Puerto Rico. La conservacion del suelo en Puerto Rico ; [por J. A. B. Nolla y 
G. L. Crawford]. [1941.] [2]+30p. il. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-519 A 57.2 : So 3/25 

Metodos modernos para conservacioii de suelos en Puerto Rico. [1941.] 

[2] +36 p. il. 4° [This is a Spanish edition of Soil conservation, official organ 
of Soil Conservation Service, July 1940, v. 6, no. 1, which appeared in the 
Monthly catalog for July 1940, p. 1018.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-518 A 57.2 : So 3/26 

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958 Government Pxiulications 

Soil conscrvntioii, official organ of Soil C<jnservati()n Service, July 1941; [v. 7^ 
no. 1]. [1941. J cover title, p. 1-28, il. 4" [Monthly. Text and illustrations 
on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 35-403 A 57.9: 7/1 

West Tuuij Creek project. Erosion and related land use conditions on West 
Tauy CrtH.'k demonstration project, Kans. ; by li. G. Duumire. 1940 [published 
1941 J. cover title. [l]+25 p. il. 2 maps in i^ocket, large 8" (Erosion survey 
21.) * Taper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-516 A 57.24 : 21 

SUKl'LUS MARKETING ADMINISTRATION 

Grapefruit. Marketing agreement regulating handling of gi'apcfruit grown in 
Arizona, in Imperial County, Calif., and in that part of Riverside County, Calif., 
situated south and east of San Gorgonio Pass; effective May 26, 1941. [1941.] 
11 p. (Marketing agreement 96; Fruit and Vegetal)le Division.) t 

A 73.7 : 93 

Milk. Order regulating handling of milk in Duluth-Suixnnor marketing area. 
Apr. 30', 1911. 11 p. (Order 54.) [Title 7, chap. 9, Code of Federal regula- 
tion.s, (Marketing orders) pt. 954.] t A 73.8: 54 

Orangca. Animal statistics relating to bearing acreage, protluction, and dispo- 
sition of United States oranges, and grapefruit, by areas of production, 1919-20 
to 1939-10. May 1941. [l]+v+3(i p. 4" (Fruit and Vegetable Division.) 
[Processed.] t A 73.2 : Or 1/919-40 



CENTRAL HOUSING COMMITTEE 

Note. — The Housing index-digest and Housing legal digest issued by the Cential Housing 
Committee are available to housing agencies and organizations, libraries, and educational 
institutions, and in special cawes, to individuals. 

Housiiu/ legal digest, decisions, opinions, legislation relating to housing con- 
struction and finance, no. 83; June 1941. [1941.] cover title, i+33 p. 4" 
[Monthly. Processed.] t Y 3.C 33/3 : 10/83 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Conunission furnishes individual copies of most of its publications gratuitously 
tc those who apply for them. 

Federal employment. Filling Federal positions from civil service registers. 
[1941.] 8 p. (Form 3700 ; May 1941.) [From Civil Service Commission's form 
2316, Federal employment under merit system.] t CS 1.2/a : P 842 

Reinstatement and reemployment. [1941.] 10 p. (Form 126; Apr. 1941.) t 
L. C. card 34-26054 CS 1.23 : 941 

Women in Federal service [with bibliography] ; bv Lucille Foster McMillin. 
[3d edition.] [May 1941.] v+53 p. il. ( [Form 3321-1941.] ) t 
L. C. card 41-50891 CS 1.2 : W 84/941 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

NoTB. — In its efforts to foster, promote, and develop the foreign and domestic commerce, 
the manufacturing, shipping, and the transportation facilities of the United States, the 
Department of Commeice issues many regular and special pubMcations. Tlie free dis- 
tribution of publications of the Department is conliiied almost entirely to libraries, educa- 
tional institutions, the piess, and commercial organizatii^ns. Others may procure them, 
at prices stated below, from the Superintendent o. Documents, (lovirnment I'rinling OfB^e. 
\\';ishingtiin, 1). ('., to whom remittances should be sent direct, as his office is not a part 
of the Department of Couunerce. 

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July 1941 



959 



Work. United States Department of Commerce, how it serves you on land and 
sea, and in the air, description of various activities carried on in behalf of the 
American people bv branches of this service department of Federal Government. 
[Edition] July 1941. [1941.] ix+92 p. 11. 1 pi. 2 p. of maps, t 
L. C. card 41-50897 C 1.2 : C 73/7/941 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Automobile accidents. Motor vehicle accident deaths, deaths from motor vehicle 
accidents in large cities, June 28-July 19, 1941 ; v. 6, no. 2G-29. July 5-25, 1941. 
Each 4 p. il. 4" [Weekly. Processed.] t €3.128:6/26-29 

Ccni^us, lO'iO ilGth). See, below, entru's under center head Census, 19^0 (IGlh). 

Cotton. Activity in cotton spinning industry, June 1941. July 19, llMl. 1 p. 4" 

[Monthly. Processed. Preliminary report.] t C 3 HS : 941/6 

Einitloi/nioit. State and local government quarterly employment survey, 2d 
quarter, 1941; v. 2, no. 11, preliminary. General summary of employment and 
pay rolls of State and local governments, Apr. 1SJ41. July 15, 1941. 6+[l] p. 
il. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 40-26613 C 3.140 : 2/11/prelim. 

Same : v. 2, no. 14, Municipal employment in cities of 10,0C0 to 25,000 

population, Apr. 1911. July 26, 1941. 24 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t C 3.140: 2/14 

Industrial and business statistics. [Monthly and quarterly industrial and busi- 
ness statistics.] 4" or oblong 8° [Processed.] t 

C 3. (various arbitrary numbers) : 
Note. — Tho Census Buroau collects and publishes monthly and quarterly current sta- 
tistics in prdcessed form, for numerous industries and comnuidities. Siunmaries of most of 
t! ese statistiis are pul)lishrd later in Survey of current Inisinrss issued each month by the 
Foreign and Iioniestic <\)nimerc(> Bureau. The titles of these repdrfs as issued for 1941, 
with the Documents Ofhce classification number for each are listed below : 

Monthly industrial and business reports 



Air conditioning systems and equipment 

(C 3.0S:) 
Asphalt prepared roofing (Cli.lOO:) 
Automobile financing (C ::J.()9 :) 
Automobile s, manufacturers' sales 

(C 3.70:) 
Boots, shoes, and slippers, other than rub- 
ber (C 3.43:) 
Cellulose plastic products (C 3.73 :) 
Commercial steel castings (C3.74 :) 
Coiifi'ctionery and comiK titve chocolate 

products numufactureis' sales and 

credits (C 3.135:) 
Cotton, leather, and allied garmeni^^ 

(C 3.64:) 
Cottonseed products manufactured and on 

hand at oil mills, by States (C 3.125 :) 
Domestic pumps, water systems, and wind 

mills (C3.77:) 
Fjibricated steel plate (C 3.83 :) 
Floor and wall tile (C 3.85 :) 
Galvanized range boilers and tanks for hot 

water heaters (C 3.8G:) 
Hosiery (C 3.87 :) 
Illuminating glassware manufacturers, 

sales and credits (C 3.146:) 
Knit wool gloves and mittens (C 3.63:) 
Lenther gloves and mittens (C 3.42 :) 
Malleable iron castincs (C 3.80:) 
Mechanical stokers (C 3.91 :) 
Men's, youths', and boys' clothing cut 

(C 3.92:) 
Methanol (C 3.101 :) 
Oif burners (C 3.93 :) 
Paint. varnish, lacquer, and filler 

(C 3.94:) 

Quarterly industrial 

Blowers, fans, unit heaters, and accessory 

equipment (C 3.148 :) 
Canned foods stock report (C 3.136:) 
Kdible gelatin (C3.79 :) 
Electrical goods (C 3.82:) 
Fats and oils, animal and vegetable 

(C 3.123 :) 
Lacquers (C 3.88 :) 



I'aperboard (C 3.95 :) 

Plastic paints, cold water paints, and 
calcimines (C 3.96 :) 

Porcelain en;imel(Hl products, metal base 
only (C 3.9S :) 

Public merchandise warehousing 
(C 3.102:) 

Pulverizers for pulverized fuel installa- 
tions (C 3.103 :) 

Pyroxylin-coated textiles <C 3.104 :) 

Railroad locomotives (C 3.10."):) 

Kaw wool consumption (C 3.52:) 

Red-cedar shingles <C 3.119:) 

Retail sales, independent stores, [sum- 
mary and one report for each of 34 
States and 6 cities] (C 3.138 :) 

Sterl barrels and drums (C 3.106:) 

Steel boilers (C 3.107 :) 

Steel office furniture, shelving, and lockers, 
and fire-resistive safe industry products 
(C 3.108:) 

Structural clay products (C 3. 109:) 

Sulphuric acid (C 3.110:) 

Superphosphates (C 3.111 :) 

Underwear, knit cloth and knit fabric 
gloves (C 3.113:) 

Wheat ground and wheat-milling products 
(C 3.117:) 

White-base antifriction bearing metals 
(C 3.71 :) 

Wholesalers' sales, inventories and credits 
(C 3.1.33:) 

Wool machinery activity (C 3.51 :) 



locomotives 



and business reports 

Mining and industrial 

(C 3.81 :) 
Warm-air furnaces, winter air-conditioning 

systems, and accessory equipment 

<r 3 141:1 
Wheat and wheat-flour stocks held bv mills 

(C 3.115:) 
Wool stock (C 3.52/2 :) 



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960 Government Publications 

Moftality index. Weekly mortality index, deaths (stillbirths excluded) in major 
cities, July 5-26, 1941; v. 12, no. 27-30. July 11-31, 1941. Each 4 p. il. 4° 
[I'roccsi^ed.] t 

L. G. card 38-25379 C 3.41 : 12/27-30 

Census, 19J,0 {16th) 

Manufactures. Manufactures, 1939: Con.«;truction, mining, and related machin- 
ery. 1941. vi-j-9 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50893 C 3.940-18 : C 76 

Same : Industries, baskets for fruits and vegetables, rattan and willow- 
ware (except furniture) and baskets other than vegetable and fruit baskets, 
cigar boxes, wooden, part wooden, wooden boxes except cigar boxes, cooperage, 
window and door screens and weather strip, window shades, Venetian blinds. 
1941. vi+24 p. 4° (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, cliief statistician for manufactures.] 

* Paper. 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50894 C 3.940-18 : In 27/3 

Same: Industries, buttons, costume jewelry and costume novelties (jew- 
elry other than fine jewelry), jewelry cases and instrument cases, lamp 
shades, feathers, plumes, and artificial flowers. 1941. vi+11 p. 4° (16th 
census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. 
Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50895 C 3.940-lS: In 27 

Same: Industries, clocks, watches, and materials and parts (except watch- 
cases), watchcases, jewelrj- (precious metals), jewelers" findings and materials, 
lapidary work, silverware and plated ware, engraving on metal (except for 
printing purposes), electroplating, plating, and polishing. 1941. vi-|-21 p. 4° 
(ICtli census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas 
J. Fitzg(>rald, cliief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50a96 C 3.940-18 : In 27/2 

Same: Metalworkiug machinery industries. 1941. Ti-fl2 p. 4° (16th 

census of ITnited States, 1940.) [I'repared under supervision of Tliomas J. 
Fitzgerald, chief statistician for. manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-5C897 C 3.940-18 : M 56 

Same: Musical instruments and parts. 1941. vi-f 7 p. 4° (10th census of 

United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, 
chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50898 C 3.940-18 : M 97 

Same: Professional and scientific instruments, photographic apparatus, 

and optical goods, surgical, medical, and dental instruments, equipment, and 
supplies. 1941. vi-fl6 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Pre- 
pared under supervision of Tiiomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manu- 
factures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50899 C 3.940-18 : P 94 

Same: Tobacco manufactures group. 1941. vi-f-10 p. 4° (16th census 

of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, 
chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, lOc. 

L. C. card 41-50900 C 3.940-18 : T 55 

Population. Population, 1st series, number of inhabitants: Geoi-gia. 1941. vi + 
29 p. il. 4° (KUh census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under supervision 
of Leon K. Truesdell, chief statistician for population.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 40-29300 C 3.940-13 : G 29 

Same: Illinoi.s. 1941. vi+35 p. il. 4" (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 
for population.] * Paper, 15c. 3.940-13:116 

Same: Mi.-<souri. 1941. vi+25 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, cliief statistician 
for population.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-13 : M 09o 

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July 1941 961 

Population — Continued. 

Same: New Jersey. 1941. iv+22 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 

for population.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-13 : N 42j 

Same: Oregon. 1941. vi+14 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 
for population. The 1st print of this publication bearing signature mark 
302947 — 11 was incorrect and replaced by a 2d print with signature mark 
403034—41.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-13 : Or 3 

Retail trade. Census of business, 1939, retail trade: Arizona, kinds of business, 
by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 10-(-[2] p. 4° (16th census of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statis- 
tician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50764 C 3.940-23 : Ar 4 i/2 

Same: Arkansas, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

18+ [1] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

G 3.940-23 : Ar 4 k/2 

Same: California, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

34+ [2] p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : C 12/2 

Same: Colorado, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

ii+12+[2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : C 71/2 

Same : Connecticut, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

22+ [2] p. (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision 
of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : C 76/2 

Same: District of Columbia, by kinds of business. 1P41. ii+6+[l] p. 4° 

(16th census of United States, 1940 ) [Prepared luider supervision of Fred A. 
Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-23 : D 63/2 

Same : Florida, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

20+ [2] p. 4° (lOtii cen.sus of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : F C6/2 

Same : Georgia, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

24 + [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : G 29/2 

Same : Idaho, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

14+ [1] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : Id 1/2 

Same : Illinois, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

35+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : II 6/2 

Same: Indiana, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

26+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : In 2/2 

Same: Iowa, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

23+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : lo 9/2 

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962 Government Publications 

Retail trade — C'ontinuod. 

Stinu' : Kansas, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and eiries. li)41. 

22+[2] p. 4" (Kith census of United States, 1940.) [rreiiaied under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * I'aper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 :K 13/2 

Same: Kentuclcy, liinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

22+ [1] p. 4" (KSUj census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * I*;iper, 10c. 

C 3.J>40 2;^ : K 41/2 

Same: Louisiana, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

lS-(-[2] p. 4" (lOtli census of United States, 1940.) tl'i"epared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Paper. 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : L 93/2 

Same: Maine, Icinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

11 + 1 2] p. 4" (KUh census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-2:i : M 28/2 

Sam(> : Maryland, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

11 + 12] p. 4" (IGlh census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared luuler super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : :M 36/2 

Same : Massachusetts, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 31 + [2] p. 4" (lOth census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : M 38/2 

Same: Michigan, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

28+ [2] p. 4" (Kith census of United Stales. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : M 58/2 

Same: Minnesota, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

22+11] p. 4" (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for bu.siness.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : M 66/2 

Same : Mississippi, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

18+ [2] p. 4" (16th census of United States. 19-R). ) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.040-23 : M 69 i/2 

Same: Missoiu'i, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

23+[2] p. 4" (Kith census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper. 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : M 69o/2 

Same: Nebraska, kinds of business, b.v areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

19+12] p. 4" (KJth census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper. 10c. 

C 3.940-2:^ : N 27/2 

Same : Nevada, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

ii+8+[21 p. 4° (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Pai)er, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : X 41/2 

Same: New Hampshire, kinds of busine.ss, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1041. 11+ [2] p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper. 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : N 42 h/2 

Same : New Jersey, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

30+ [1] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 :N 42 j/2 

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July 1941 963 

Retail triidc — Continued. 

Same : New Mexico, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

10+ [2] 1). 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prei)arod under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. cliief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : N 42la/2 

— — Same : New York, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 
40+ [2] p. 4" (IGth census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper. 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : N 42 y/2 

Same : North Carolina, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 23+12] p. 4" (lOth census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : N 81 c/2 

Same: North Dakota, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 12+ [2| p. 4" (Ifith census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : N 81 d/2 

Same : Ohio, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

34+ [2] p. 4" (Kith census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : Oh 3/2 

Same : Oklahoma, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 194L 

20+|2] p. 4" (IGth census of I'nited Slates, l!i40.) [I'repared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : Ok 4/2 

Same : Oregon, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

14+ [1 1 p. 4" (Kith census of I'nited States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell. chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : Or 3/2 

Same: Pennsylvania, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 44+[2] p. 4" (Kith census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : P 3S/2 

Same : Rliode Island, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 14+ [1] p. 4" (KJth census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for btisiness.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : R 34/2 

Same: South Carolina, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 

1941. 14+ [2] p. 4" (loth census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, lOe. 

C 3.940-23 : So 8c/2 

Same : S(mth Dakota, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

12+ [2] p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : So 8d/2 

Same : Tennessee, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

22+ [1] p. 4" (16th cen.sus of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

^ C 3.940-23 : T 25/2 

Same: Texas, kinds of business, by area.s, counties, and cities. 1941. 

42+ [1] p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.&40-23 : T 31/2 

Same : Vermont, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

10+ [1] p. 4" (16th census of United S-tates, 1941.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : V 59/2 

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964 Government Publications 

Retail trade — Continued. 

Sanie: Virginia, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

20+ [2 J p. 4" (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Go.snell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : V 81/2 

Same: Washington, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

15+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : W 27/2 

Same : "West Virginia, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

14+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 :W 52v/2 

Same : Wisconsin, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1941. 

26+ [1] p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : W 75/2 

Same: Wyoming, kinds of business, by areas, counties, and cities. 1^1. 

10+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States. 1910.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-23 : W 99/2 

Maps 

Arkansas, minor civil divisions, townships, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 
IWl. 25X26 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : Ar 4k/JM0 

Connecticut, minor civil divisions, towns, 1940; [map]. Scale 10 m.=2.5 in. 
1941. 22X28 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : C 76/940 

Indiana, minor civil divisions, townships [1940: map]. Scale .30 m.=3.S in. 
1941. 38X25 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : In 2/940 

Kansas, minor civil divisions, townships, 1940: [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 1941. 
21X37 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : K 13/940 

Kentucky, minor civil divisions, districts, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.6 in. 
1941. 18X37 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : K 41/940 

South Carolina, minor civil divisions, townships and .school districts. 1940; [map]. 
Scale 20 m.=1.7 in. 1941. 21X26 in. * l.jc. C 3.61 : So 8c/940 

South Dakota, minor civil divisions, townships, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2 5 in. 
1941. 23X34 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : So 8d/940 

Wisconsin, minor civil divisions, towns, 1940; [map]. S<^ale 30 m.=2.5 in. 1941. 
33 X 27 in. * 15c. C 3.61 : W 75/940 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS AUTHORITY 

Airport soninff. Survey of State airijort zoning legislation: by John M. Hunter. 
1941. iii+13 p. 4" (Technical development report 21.) [Formerly Report 
no. 6, Technical Development Division, published June 1939.] + 
L. 0. card 41-50851 C 31.11 : 21 

Fan markers. Development of improved ultra-high-frequency radio fan marker 
[with list of references] ; by P. D. McKeel, J. M. Lee. and H. I. Metz. 1941. 
iv+18 p. il. 4° (Technical development x-eport 12.) [Formerly Report no. 14, 
Safety and Planning Division, Air Commerce Bureau, published Julv 19:38.] + 
L C. card 41-.-)0S4fi *C 31.11 : 12 

Tests of 1st manufactured fan marker : by W. E. Jackson. P. D. McKeel, 

and H. I. Metz. 1941. iii+10 p. il. 4° (Technical development report 15.) 
[Formerlv Report no. 17, Safetv and Planning Division. Air Commerce Bureau, 
published" Julv 19.'?S.l t 

L. C. card 41-.")OS48 C 31.11 : 15 

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July 1941 965 

Fuel. Tests conducted to determine safe methods of dumping fuel from air- 
planes in flight; by Allen W. Dallas. 1941. iii+23 p. il. 4° (Technical de- 
velopment report 13.) [Formerly Report no. 15, Safety and Planning Division, 
Air Commerce Bureau, published July 1938.] t 
Li. C. card 41-50847 C 31.11 : 13 

Radio ranges. Circuit design for low-frequency radio ranges ; by D. M. Stuart. 
1941. iii-f23 p. il. 4° (Technical development report 23.) [Formerly Report 
no. 8, Technical Development Division, Civil Aeronautics Authority, published 
Nov. 1939.] t 
L. C. card 41-50901 C 31.11 : 23 

Preliminary investigation of effects of wave polarization and site deter- 
mination with portable ultra-high-frequency visual radio range [with list of 
references] ; by J. M. Lee and C. H. Jackson. 1941. iv-j-32 p. il. 4° (Techni- 
cal development report 24.) [Formerly Report no. 9. Technical Development 
Division published Feb. 1940.] ? 

L. C. card 41-50902 31.11:24 

CrVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION 

Air carriers. Domestic air carrier operation statistics, Feb. 1941. [1941.] [2] 
p. il. f [Processed.] t 31.112:941/2 

Same, Mar. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. f [Processed.] t 31.112:941/3 

Same, Apr. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. f [Processed.] t 31.112:941/4 

Same, May 1941. [1941.] [2] p. 11. f [Processed.] t 31.112:941/5 

Air navigation radio aids, July 1, 1940 [1941]. [1941.] 90-i-[l] p. il. 4" 
[Monthly. Processed. Date incorrectly given on publication as July 1, 1940.] t 

O 31.108 : 941/7 

Airicays. Designation of civil airwavs, effective June 1, 1941. [1941.] [l]+7 
p. 4° [Processed.] t 31.102 : Ai 7/2 

Civyil aeronautics journal, v. 2, no. 13 and 14, July 1 and 15, 1911. [1941.] p. 157- 
188, il. 4° [Semimonthly.] * Pai)er, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $1.50. 
L. 0. card 40-26182 O 31.118 : 2/13, 14 

National airport [Washington, D. 0.] [1^1.] [20] p. il. oblong 8° * Paper, 
15c. 31.102 : Ai 7/3 

Notices to airmen. Weekly notice to airmen, v. 9, no. 4-8; July 3-31, 1941. 
[1941.] various paging, il. oblong 8" [Processed.] t 31.109:9/4-8 

Maps 

Airway traffic control areas of United States and Canada, effective June 1, 1941 ; 
[map]. Scale 200 m.=l in. [1941.] 10x15 in. (Aeronautical Charts Sec- 
tion.) [Processed.] t 31.115:0 76/941 

Radio fixes. Designated radio fixes mileage chart, June 1. 1941 ; [illustrated 
outline map]. [1941.] 11x18 in. [Processed.] t C 31.115 : R 11/941 

CIVIL AE310NAUTICS BOARD 

Note. — The opinions in economic proceedings of the Civil Aeronautics Board, formerly 
included in the Civil aeronautics journal, are printed separately beginning with v. 2, and 
are "advance sheets" of the material which will make up bound volumes of the Civil 
Aeronautics Board Reports. 

Tlie separ;ito oninioiis are obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, at a subscription price of $1.00 per volume ; single copies vary in price. 

Aircraft accidents. Report of Civil Aeronautics Board of investigation of acci- 
dent involving civil aircraft of United States NO 28394, which occurred near 
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 26, 1941. [1941.] [l]-f25 p. 1 pi. 4° [Processed.] t 

31.213 : At 62 

Civil air regulations, pt. 04: Airplane airworthiness, as amended to Apr. 1. 1941. 
1941. iii+55 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations.] * Paper. 15c. 31.209:04 

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966 Go\'ERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Note. — Nautical charts for navigating the waters of the coasts of the United States and 
of lis possessions, coast pilots cariying auxiliary int'ormatioii for the use of the nautical 
charts ; tide tables showing time and heights of tides, current tahles >howing direction and 
force of oiean and estuary cunents. and aeronautiCiil cliarts of continental United States 
for air navigation are sold at the Washington offico of the Coast and Geodetic Survey 
and by .sales agents. The sales agents for the nautical charts, and nautical publications 
are located at the principal ports of tlie United States and for the aeronautical charts 
at the principal airports of continental United States. 

Chart correction notke. Pacific charts 4000 to 9400 ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" 
[Processed. Covers corrections noted in Notice to mariners, no. 1-26, 1941.] t 

C 4.9/7 : 4000-0400/941-4 

Coaj<t and Geodetic Survey bulletin, June 30, 1941; no. 313. [1941.] 12 p. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 15-26512 C 4.20 : 313 

Horizontal control &dta. 1941. iii+23p. il. ( Special publicatiun 227.) * Paper, 
10c. 
L. C. card 41-50728 C 4.19 : 227 

Neic York Harbor. Tide table. New York Harbor and vicinity [calendar] vear 
1942. 1941. 11+35 p. 24" (Serial 630.) t Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 27-27743 C 4.27 : X 427/942 

Aerona u tical ch a rts 

Beaumont [Trx.], lat. 30°-32°, long. 90°-96° : .sectional aeronautical chart P-6 
Scale 10 m. = 1.3 in., scale 1:500.000. Washington, D. C. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 20x48 in. [Lambert conformal conic pro.iection.] t 2.5c. 

C 4.9/4 : B 383/&41 

Denver, [Co7o.], lat. 38°-40°, long. 102°-]08"; sectional aeronautical chart T-4. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., .scale 1 : 500.0X1. Washington. D. C. Coa.st and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 20x43 in. [Lambert conformal conic proiection.] t 25c. 

C 4.9/4 : D 437/941 

Des Moiiws [loicfi], lat. 40''^2°. long. 90°-96° ; sectional aeronautical chart U-6. 
Scale 10 m. = 1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington. D. C. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 20X42 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 1 25c. 

C 4.9/4 : D 465/941 

Fairbanks [Alaska'\, lat. 62°-66", long. 140°-157°; aeronautical chart. Scale 
10 m.=0.6 in., scale 1 : l.OOO.OOO. Washington. D. C Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Jime 1041. 24X33 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c. 

C 4.9/4 : F 151/941 

Crrand Junction [Colo], lat. 3S°-40°, long. 10S'-114= : sectional aeronautical 
chart T-3. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500.000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 20X44 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 
t 25c. C 4.9/4 : G 762J/941 

Mobile, Ala. Regional aeronautical chart : Mobile. Gulf of Mexico. Jacksonville, 
Orlando, Miami, lat. 24°30'-32°, long. 79'45'-S7°30' ; 17M. Scale 10 m.=0.6 in., 
scale 1:1,000,000. Washington. D. C. Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 
34X33 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c. C 4.9/5 : 17M/ 941 

Nashville. Tcnn. Regional aeronautical chart : Na.>^hville. Chattanooga. Birming- 
ham, Winston-Salem. Charlotte, Savannah. Norfolk, lat. 32"-38°, long. 75"-S7" ; 
14M. Scale 10 m.=0.6 in., scale 1 : l,00l>.000. Washington. D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 27X46 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 
t40c. C 4.9/5 : 14M /'941 

yauti(vl charts 

Boston, Mass. Boston Harbor, Mass., surveys 1892 to 1015, surveys by Mass. 
authorities to 1939, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1940. survevs bv U. S. Na^v 
to 1938: no. 246. Scale 1:20.000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 34X43 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 246 

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July 1941 967 

Boston, Mass. — Continued. 

Boston inner harbor, Mass., surveys to 1919, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 

1941, surveys by Massachusetts authorities to 1940, surveys by U. S. Navy to 
1940 ; no. 248. "Scale 1 : 10,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
May 1941. 33X41 in. t 7:"ie. C 4.9 : 248 

California, Pt. Mugu to Ventura, topography by Coast and Geodetic Survey in 
1932-34, hydrography by Coast and Geodetic Survey in 1933-34, supplemented 
by survevs by U. S. Engineers to 193S ; no. 5007. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, 
D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 25X28 in. t -5c. C 4.9 : 5U07 

Insets : 

Hueneme. Port. 
Ventura 

Georges Bank and Nantucket Shoals, TTnited States, east coast, surveys to 1939 
and other sources : no. 1107. [Scale 1 : 391,000.] Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 32X46 in. [For offshore navigation only.] t 75c. 

C 4.9 : 1107 

Hampton Roads, Va., .surveys to 1931, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1941, and 
other sources ; no. 400. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 34X41 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 400 

Intracoastal Waterirni/: McClellanville to Wadmalaw River, S. C, surveys to 
1935, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1935 ; no. 837. Scale 1 : 40,(K)0. Washington, 
I). C, Coast and Geodetic Survev, May 1941. 34x22 in. [Map is in 4 sections.] 
t 25c. C 4.9 : 837 

Long Island. Inland waters, south coast of Long Island, N. Y., Shinnecock Bay 
to Great South Bay, surveys to 1939, surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1940; no. 578. 
Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 
34X45 in. [Map is in 2 sections.] t 75c. C 4.9: 578 

Mare Island i^trait, Calif., original surveys to 1940, siu'veys by U. S. Navy to 
Jan. 1911 : no. 5525. Scale 1 : 10,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 35X2:3 in. f 50c. C 4.9: 5525 

New JffrtHfpA-/) /re-Massachusetts, Portsmouth to Cape Ann, surveys to 1928, surveys 
by U. S. Engineers to 1921, and other sources ; no. 1206. Scale 1 : 80,000. 
Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 32X38 in. f 75c. 

C 4.9 : 1206 

Newport Hnrhor and entrance to Narragansett Bay, R. I., surveys to 1934, surveys 
by U. S. Engineers to 1939 ; no. 236. Scale 1 : 20,000. Washington, D. C, Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 37X25 in. f 50c. C 4.9: 236 

Port Jefferson and Mount Sinai Harbors, N. Y.. surveys to 1940, .surveys by U. S. 
Engineers to 1940; no. 361. Scale 1:10,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 29X:39 in. f 75c. C 4.9: 361 

San Franriseo Bay, southern part, Calif., surveys to 1931, surveys by U. S. Engi- 
neers to 1940 : no. 5531. Scale 1 : 40.000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 34X41 in. f 75c. C 4.9: 5531 

Shrewshury River, N. J., surveys to 1934. survevs by U. S. Engineers to 1940; 
no. 543. Scale 1 : 20.000. Washington. D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survev, Mav 
1941. 32X21 in. t 50c. C 4.9 : 543 

Thames River, harbor of New London and approaches. Conn., surveys to 1917, 
surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1940; no. 359. Scale 1:20,000. Washington, 
U. C. Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 42X25 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 859 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Business. Survey of current business, July 1941; v. 21, no. 7. [1941.] cover 
title, 56 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Text on p. 3 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. single 
copy, $2.00 a yr. (including weekly supplements) ; foreign subscription, $3.50. 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 21/7 

Same, weekly supplement, July 3-31, 1941. [1941.] Each 4 p. il. 4° In- 
cluded in price of monthly Survey of current business, which see above. 

18.36:941/27-31 

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968 Government Publications 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States, Apr. 1941, 
corrected to May 31, 1941. 1941. 47 p. 4° * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.25 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $1.85. 
L. C. curd 14-214(35 C 18.7 : 941/4 

Same. (H. doc. 927. 76th Cons. 3d sess.i 

Domestic commerce. Domestic commerce, weekly bulletin of national economy, 
V. 27, no. 23-26; June 5-26, 1941. [1941.] p. 607-742, il. 4"' [Processed!] 
t Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.00. 

C 1S.32 : 27/23-26 

Same, v. 28, no. 1-4 : July 3-24, ICMI. [1941.] Each 34 p. il. 4° [Processed.] 

C 8.32 : 28/1-4 

Domestic commerce news letter. Domestic commerce news letter, June 1941. 
[1941.] [4] p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 018.32/2:941/6 

Same, July 1941. [1941.] [4] p. 4" [Monthly. 1'roce.ssed.] t 

C 18.32/2 : 941/7 

Forei(jn commerce iceckhj. Foreign commerce weekly, v. 3, no. 10-13 ; June 
7-28,1941. [1941.] p. 405-572, 11. 4° * Paper, 10c. ' single copy, $4.50 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $7.90. 
L. C. card 40-29231 C 18.5/1 : 3/10-13, 4/1^ 

Same, y. 4, no. 1-A ; July 5-26, 1941. [1941.] Each 40 p. il. 4" 

Same, Quarterly cumulative contents, v. 3, Apr.-Juue 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 4° 

* Paper, lOc. C 18.5/1 : 3/cont. 

Same, Quarterly index, v. 2, Jan.-Mar. 1941. [1941.] 24 p. 4° * Paper, 10c. 

C 18.5/1 : 2/ind. 

Industrial bankiug companies, installment loans to consumers, May 1941. [1941.] 
[4] p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] % 018.219:941/5 

Industrial reference service. [Processed.] t yarious prices, see note below. 

18.220 : 

Note. — The service is in 14 parts and provides comprehensive current data on produc- 
tion, distribution, prices, standards, specifications, export and import trade, foreign tar- 
iffs and regulations as applied to specific commodities, results of domestic market 
research, forei;:n market surveys. Each subscriber to one or more parts of t>je Inaustrial 
reference service will receive from time to time special reUases titled Business series 
(C 18.221 :) giving over-all data, on a commodity or industry basis. 

The annual subscription for the entire service of 14 parts is $15.00 per year. Single 
parts are available at $1.00 per year except Macliinery (pt. 6) and Foodstuffs (pt. 3) 
which are $2.00 per year, and Chemicals and allied products (pt. 1) which is $4.00 per year. 
Subscriptions may be entered for the entire service, for a single part, or for any combina- 
tion of parts ; single copies of the several reports issued are available at the uniform price 
of 10 cents each. Remittances for subscriptions to the service should be made payable 
to the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce and mailed directly to the Bureau in 
Washington, D. C. This service is not available through the Superintendent of Documents. 

The 14 parts comprising the Industrial reference seiTice are as follows : 

pt. 1. Chemicals and allied products. pt. 8. Motion pictures and equipment, 

pt. 2. Electrical products. pt. 9. Motive products and equipment. 

pt. 3. Foodstuffs. pt. 10. Rubber and its products. 

pt. 4. Forest products. pt. 11. Stone, clay, and glass products. 

pt. 5. Leatlier and its products. pt. 12. Textiles and related products. 

pt. 6. Machinery and equipment. pt. 13. Tobacco and its products. 

pt. 7. Metals and minerals. pt. 14. Special products. 

International reference service. International reference service, v. 1. no. 23 ; May 
1941. [1941.] 4 p. 4° [Title is: Canada, temiwrary admission of motor ve- 
hicles, outfits, and personal effects of nonresidents.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 
$6.00 a yr. 
L. C. card 41-50213 C 18.223 : 1/23 

Note. — This service, issued with perforations, contains data on economic and com- 
mercial c.inditions in foreign countries. It covers the same material fiirnieily contained 
in Trade information bulletins and Trade promotion series. Each volume will cover 
a calendar year. 

Same, V. 1, no. 25 ; May 1941. [1941.] 18 p. il. 4° [Title is: United States 

trade with Latin American republics in 1940 ; by Lew B. Clark] 18.223 : 1/25 

Same, v. 1, no. 26; .Tune 1911. [1941.] 7 p. il. 4° [Title is: Trade of 

United States with Argentina in 1940.] 018.223:1/26 

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Jm.Y I9il 969 

International reference service — Continued. 

Same, v. 1, no. 27; June 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 4" [Title is: Economic con- 
ditions in Finland in 1940] C 18.223 : 1/27 

Same, v. 1, no. 28 ; June 1941. Corrected reprint. [1941.] 11 p. il. 4° [Title 

is: Economic conditions in Canada in 1940, by Katherine E. O'Connor.] 

C 18.223 : 1/28 

Same, v. 1, no. 29 ; June 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 4" [Title is: Living and office- 
operating costs in Colombia.] C 18.223: 1/29 

Same, v. 1, no. 30; June 1941. [1941.] 5 p. il. 4° [Title is: Economic 

conditions in New Zealand during 1940 and early 1941 ; by Harold T. Gold- 
stein.] C 18.223: 1/30 

Same, v. 1, no. 31; June 1941. [1941.] 10 p. 4° [Title is: Economic con- 
ditions in Turkey, Syria, and Iran in 1940 and early 1941.1 C 18.223 : 1/31 

Same, v. 1, no. 32; June 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 4° [Title is: Economic condi- 
tions in Switzerland in 1940 and early 1941.] C 18.223 : 1/32 

Same, v. 1, no. 33; June 1941. [1941.] 9 p. 4° JTitle is: Economic condi- 
tions in Japan during 1940 and early 1941.] 018.223:1/33 

• • Same, v. 1, no. 34;^une 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 4" [Title is: Economic condi- 
tions in Spain in 1940 and early 1941.] _ 018.223:1/34 

• Same, v. 1, no. 35 ; June 1941. [1941.] 9 p. 4° [Title is : British exchequer 

returns for 1940-41 and budget for year ending Mar. 1942.] 018.223: 1/35 

Same, v. 1, no. 36; June 1941. [1941.] 5 p. il. 4° [Title is: Trade of 

United States with Netherlands Indies in 1940.] 018.223:1/36 

Same, v. 1, no. 37 ; June 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 4° [Title is : Economic condi- 
tions in Ecuador in 1940.] 18.223: 1/37 

Same, v. 1, no. 38; June 1941. [1941.] 8 p. 4° [Title is: India's economic 

po-sition in 1940.] 18.223 : 1/38 

Same, v. 1, no. 39; June 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 4° [Title is: Economic con- 
ditions in Iraq in 1940.] 018.223: 1/39 

Same, v. 1, no. 40; July 1941. [1941.] 7 p. 4° [Title is: Distribution of 

United States imports in occupied and unoccupied China; by John F. Shaw.] 

18.223 : 1/40 

International trade and financial statistics available to Federal officials. [1941.] 
[18] leaves, il. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. 0. card 41-50958 18.2 :T 67/6 

Maps 

l^eutrality act zone map for use in connection with Geolexigraph of neutrality 
act of 10.39. Edition of Apr. 15, 1941. 11 X 12 in. [Processed. Earlier edition 
of Neutrality act zone map in Comparative law series. May 1940, v. 3, no. 5.] t 

18.79 : 3/5/supp. 

MARINE INSPECTION AND NAVIGATION BUREAU 

5»/?e^m, V. 5, no. 12 ; June 1941. [1941.] 45p.il. [Monthly.] t 

L. 0. card 36-26619 C 25.12 : 5/12 

Motorhoats. Copies of Motorboat regulations (issued in accordance with act 
approved Apr. 25, 1940) may be obtained without charge upon application to 
Director, Bureau of ^Marine Inspection & Navigation, Washington, D. 0. ; 
[all lettered poster]. [1941.] 12X18 in. [Processed.] % 025.17: M85 

Mo-torboats and certain vessels propelled by machinery other than by 

steam, more than 65 feet in length, Apr. 1941. 1941. iv+C-76 p. il. 4° t 

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970 Government Publications 

i<liiiis. Mertiiiuir vcssols of United States, 1!)41 (iuchuliiiK yachts and Govern- 
ment vessels). 11)41. 775 p. oblong 8" (Report series 11.) [A processed 
Erratum sheet. 1 p. oblong 24", dated July 15, 1941, was issued also.] * Cloth, 
$3 00 
L. C. card 6-35358 C 25.15 : 11 

Note. — Tliis puljlicaiiuii c<int:iins a listing of all vi s.sd.s in the United States merchant 
marine on Jan. 1. 1!141, and represents a compilation of all changes since July 1, 1930. 
No 1940 edition has been publisiied. 

Same. (H. doc. 949, 7Gth Cong. 8d sess.) 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

AfiplHilt. Method for detorniining components of asphalts and crude oils ; by 
O. G. Strieter. [1941.] p. 415-418. (Research paper RP13S7.) LFrom Jo-urnai 
of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 20, May 1941.] * Paper, 5c 

C 13.22/a : 1387 

Bandat/cs and hdnUaf/ing. Packaging of first-aid unit dressings and treatments. 
1941. iii+11 p. (Simplified practice recommendation R178— 41.) [Effective 
date, June 30, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. ^ C 13.12/1 : 178 

Cadiuiiim sulfate. Meta stability of cadmium sulfate and its effect on electromo- 
tive force of saturated standard cells [with list of references] ; by George W. 
Vinal and Langhorne H. Brickwedde. [1941.] p. 455—465. il. (Research 
paijer RF1389. ) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, 
V. 26, May 1941.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1389 

Carbon monoxide. Critical study of determination of carbon monoxide by com- 
bustion over platinum in presence of excess oxygen [with list of references] ; 
by Joseph R. Branham, Martin Shepherd, and Shuford Schuhmann. [1941.] p. 
571-589, il. (Research paper RP1396.) [From Journal of research of Na- 
tional Bureau of Standards, v. 26, June 1941.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1396 

Cerantics. X-ray studies of compounds in systems PbO-B^iOs and K20-PbO-Si02 
[with list of references] ; by Howard F. McMurdie. [1941.] p. 489-494. (Re- 
search paper RP1392. ) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards, v. 26, June 1941.] * Paper. 5c. C 13.22/a : 1392 

Commercial standards (series). List of commercial standards [publications of 
National Bureau of Standards] ; revised to July 1, IMl. [1941.] 6 p. 4° 
(Letter circular LC-655.) [Processed. Supersedes LC-644.] t C 13.16: 655 

Copper. Development of texture in copper by cold-rolling [with list of references] ; 
by Herbert C. Vacher. [1941.] p. 385-404, il. 1 pi. 4 p. of pi. (Research 
paiier RP1385. ) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, 
V. 26, May 1941.] * Paper, lOc. C 13.22/a : 1385 

Dental amalgams. Analysis of dental amalgams containing mercury, silver, gold, 
tin, copper, and zinc fwith list of referencesl ; by Harold J. Caul and Irl C. 
Schoonover. [1941.] p. 4Si-4S8. (Research paper RP1391.) [From Journal 
of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 26, June 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 1391 

Gascti. Slopes of pv isotherms of He, Ne, A, H., Ni;, and O2 at O" C [with list of 
references] ; by Carl S. Cragoe. [1941.] p. 495-536, il. (Research paper 
RP1393.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 26. 
June 1941.1 * Paper. lOc. C 13.22/a : 1393 

Gauze. Surgical gauze. 1941. iii+13 p. (Simplified practice recommendation 
R86-41.) [Effective date, June 15, 1941. Supersedes R86-37.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.12/1 : 86/3 

Olassivare. Comparative tests of chemical glassware ; by Edward Wichers, Al- 
fred N. Finn, and W. Stanley Clabaugh. [1941.] p. 537-556. il. (Research 
paper KP1394. ) [Fiom Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards. 
V. 26. June 1941.] * Paper, 10<-. C 13.22/a : 1394 

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Hinirovarbonx. Determination of freezing points and amounts of imimrity in 
hydrocarbons from freezing and melting eurves [witli list of references] ; by 
Beveridge J. Mair, Augustus R. Glasgow, jr., and Frederick D. Rossini. [1941.] 
p. 591-620, il. (Research paper RP1397.) [From Journal of research of Na- 
tional Bureau of Standards, v. 26, June 1941.] * Paper, lOe. C 13.22/a : 1397 

IiiKulnthui hoard. Structural insulating board (vegetable fiber). 1941. ii+10 p. 
(Simplified practice reconnnendation R179^1.) [Effective date, June 1. 1941.] 
* Papei-, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 179 

Jonosphcrc. Field equipment for ionosphere measurements [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by Theodore R. Gilliland and Archer S. Taylor. |1941.] p. 377-384, 
il. 3 pi. 6 p. of pi. (Research paper RP1384.) [From Journal of research of 
National Bureau of Standards, v. 26, May 1941.] * Paper, 15c. C 13.22/a : 1384 

Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 27. no. 1 ; July 1941. 
1941. ii-f 1-103 p. il. 6 p. of pi. [Monthly. Includes Research papers 1398- 
1405. ln<llvidual papers are issued separately and are listed in the Monthly 
catalog as they appear.] * Paper, 30c. single copy, $3.50 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $4.50. 
L. C. card 41-50904-50911 C 13.22 : 27 A 

Mercurial poisonini/. Hazard of mercury vapor in scientific laboratories [with 
list of references] ; by Martin Shepherd, Shuford Schuhmann, Robert H. Flinn, 
J. Walter Hough, and Paul A. Neal. [1041.] i). 357-375, il. (Research paper 
RP1383. ) [Prepared in cooperation with National Institute of Health, Public 
Health Service, Federal Security Agency. From Journal of research of National 
Bureau of Standards, v. 26. May 19H.] * Paper, lOc. C 13.22/a : 1383 

Paper. Evaluating wearing quality of currency paper ; by Frederick T. Carson 
and Vernon Worthington. [1941.] p. 467-480, il. 1 pi. 2 p. of pi. (Research 
paper RP13t>0. ) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standai'd.s, 
V. 26, June 1941.] * Paper, 10c. C 13.22/a : 1390 

Paper ^'eetion. News bulletin of Paper Section, June 1941. [1941.] 3 leaves, 4° 
[Monthly, Processed.! t 013.28:941/6 

PraKeodym'nim. Spectrophotometric determination of praseodymium, neodymium, 
and samarium; by Clement J. Rodden. [1941.] p. 557-570, il. (Research 
paper RP1395. ) | From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, 
V. 26, June 1941.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1395 

Salt packages. 1941. ii-t-16 p. (Simplified practice recommendation R70-41.) 
[Effective date. May 15, 1941. Supersedes R70.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.12/1 : 70/2 

Simplified practice recommendations (series). Alphabetical list of simplified 
practice recommendations [publications of National Bureau of Standards] ; re- 
vised to July 1, 1941. [1941. J [l]-[-8p. 4° (Letter circular LC~654.) [Pro- 
cessed. Supersedes LC-629.] t C 13.16: 654 

Soioul transmission. Methods for determining sound transmission loss in field; 
by Albert London. [1941.1 p. 419^453, 11. 2 p. of pi. (Research paper 
RP1388.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 26, 
May 1941.1 * Paper, 10c. C 13.22/a : 1388 

Steel. Colorimetric determination of phosphorus in steel and cast iron ; by John 
L. Hague and Harry A. Bright. [1941.] p. 405-413, il. (Research paper 
RP1386.) [From Journal <tf research of -National Bureau of Standards, v. 
26. May 1941.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1386 

Technical news bulletin of National Bureau of Standards, July 1941 ; no. 291. 
[1941.] p. 57-66. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card 25-26527 C 13.13 : 291 

Typeivriter ribbons and carbon paper; by C. E. Waters. Jinie 14, 1941. iH-34 p. 
(Circular C431.) * Paper, lOe. 
L. C. card 41-50912 C 13.4 : 431 

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972 Government Publications 

PATENT OFFICE 

Note. — The Patent OflBee 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 OflBce when identified by patent number. The Office also issues coupon orders in 
piukaKPs . f liO at .1)2.00 por package, or in books eontiiining 100 coupons at ,$10.00 per book. 
These coupons are Rood until used but are to be used only for ordeis sent to tbe Patent Office. 
For schedule of office fees, address Chiif Clerk. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Baum, Philip II. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4550, 
in re Philip H. Baum, hosiei-y ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] 
cover title, 8 p. large 8' + C 21.10 : B 327/3 

Clark, Ernest. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4539, 
in re Ernest Clark, drive belting; brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] 
cover title, 5 p. 4° t C 21.10 : C 547/3 

Classification bulletin 79, July 1, 1940-Mar. 31 1941, containing classification of 
subjects of invention revised by Classification Division. [1941.] 46 leaves, 
large 8° * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 8-1G238 C 21.3 : 79 

Decisions. [Decisions in patent and tr'ade-mark cases, etc.], July 1-29, 1941. 
[1941.] various paging, il. large 8° [Weekly. Issue of July 29, 1941, includes 
Bulletin of decisions of Patent OflBce on trade-mark rendered during June 1941. 
From Official gazette, v. 528, no. 1-5.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.00. C 21.5/a 2 : 528/1-5 

Decisions of commissioner of patents and of United States courts in patent 

and trade-mark and copyright cases ; compiled from v. 510-521 of Ofl5cial gazette 
of Patent Office during 1940. 1941. xvi+799 p. il. * Cloth, $1.25. 

L. C. card 23-7315 C 21.6 : 940 

Same. (H. doc. 32, 77tli Cong. 1st sess.) 

Ewald, Mark. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4553, 
in re Mark Ewald, process of removing seed-containing section from half fruit ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover title, 9 p. 4° $ 

C 21.10 :Ew 14/4 

Gladeck, Frederick C. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 4.540, in re Frederick C. Gladeck, binder and vprapper material feed for 
cigar machines ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover title, 
7 p. 4» t C 21.10 :G 451 

Marine, Richard E. Brief for appellee, United States Court of Appeals for Dis- 
trict of Columbia, appeal no. 7737, Richard E. Marine v. Conway P. Coe, com- 
missioner of patents, appeal from judgment of District Court of United States 
for District of Columbia; brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover 
title, i+9 p. 4° t C 21.10 : M 338/2 

Official gazette. Official gazette of Patent Office, containing patents, trade-marks, 
and designs, issued July 1-29, 1941; v. 528, no. 1-5. [1^1.] cover titles, 
1299+[cxcii] p. il. large 8° [Weekly.] * Paper, 35c. single copy, $16.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $25.00. 
L. C. card 4-18256 C 21.5 : 528/1-5 

Note. — Contains the patents, trade-marks, and designs issued each week, with indexes; 
also decisions of the commissioner of patents and of the United States courts in patent 
cases. In the last weekly is.sue of each month, there is included in the Official gazette a 
section entitled Bulletin of d( cisions of Patent Office on trade-marks. 

Tbe annual index of patents will hereafter be published in 2 parts, one on Patents, price 
$2.00. and the other 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., July 1-29, 1941]. [1941.] various paging, large 8° [From 
Official gazette, v. 528, no. 1-5.] t Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.50 a yr. 

C 21.5/a 4 : 528/1-5 

Same [title page, contents, etc., to] v. 527; June 1941. 1941. [2] leaves, 

large 8° * Paper, 5c. single copy, included in price of Official gazette for 
subscribers. C 21.5 : 527/t.p.& cont. 

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July 19W 973 

Patents. Classification of patents issued July 1-29, 1941. [1941.] Each 2 p. 
large 8° [Weekly. From Ollicial gazette, v. 528, no. 1-5.] t Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $2.50 a yr. C 21.5/a 1 : 528/1-5 

[Manual of classification of patents, 1940, substitute pages containing cor- 
rections.] 1941. p. 137-137d, 138, 171-172, oblong 24° [Issued in loose-leaf 
form for insertion in Manual.] Included in price of Manual. 

C 21.12 : 940/P.137, rev., etc. 

— — United States patent law sesquicentennial celebration, record of proceedings 
commemorating ISOth anniversary of signing of 1st United States patent law, 
179(>-April 10-1940. [1941.] vii-f 72 p. 4° * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 41-50886 C 21.2 : P 27/4 

Sepfarth. Robert. No. 7820 in United States Court of Appeals for District of 
Columbia, Robert Seyfarth v. Conway P. Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal 
from judgment of District Court of United States for District of Columbia; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover title, i-j-14 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 :Se 94 

Trade-marks [etc., from] Official gazette, July 1-29, 1941. [1941.] various pag- 
ing, il. large 8° [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 528, no. 1-5] * Paper, 10c. 
single copy, $5.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.00. 21.5/a 3 : 528/1-5 

WEATHER BUREAU 

CUmatoloffical data. Climatological data, Hawaii section, v. 37, no. 1 ; Jan. 1941. 
[Honolulu Star-Bulletin, May 19, 1941.] p. 1-6, 4" [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. 
single copy, 25c. a yr. C 30.19: 37/1 

■ Same, v. 37, no. 2: Feb. 1941. [Honolulu Star-Bulletin. June 3, 1941.] 

p. 7-12, 4" [Monthly.] C 30.19: 37/2 

Same, v. 37, no. 3; 'Mar. 1941. [Honolulu Star-BuUelin, June 10, 1941.] 

p. 13-18, 4" [Monthly.] C 30.19 : 37/3 

Corn. Weekly corn and wheat region bulletin, Julv 1-29, 1941 ; no. 13-17, series 
1941. [WBO, Chicago, July 2-30, 1941.] Each [4] p. il. 4" * Paper, 30c. 
per season (April-September). C 30.7 : 941/13-17 

Note. — Another edition of Corn and wheat region bulletin is issued daily, except 
Sundnys and holidays, during the season, at the Region Center of the Weather Bureau, 
Chicigo, 111. 

Cotton. Weekly cotton region bulletin, July 1-29, 1941 ; no. 13-17, series 1941. 
[Weather Bureau Office, New Orleans, La., 1941.] Each [2] p. il. 4° * Paper, 
30c. per season (April-October) . C 30.9 : 941/13-17 

Floods. Estimated flood losses and savings during 1938 ; by Bennett Swenson. . 
[1941.] 2 p. 4° [From Monthlv weather review, Sept. 1940.] t 

C 30.14/a : F 659/938 

Meteorology. Annual meteorological summary, with comparative data, [calendar 
year] 1940, Keokuk, Iowa : compiled bv C. O. Tucker. 1941. [l]-f-5 p. narrow 
8" t C 30.16 : lo 9/940 

Annual meteorological summary, with comparative data [calendar year] 

1940, Miami, Fla. ; compiled by Ernest Carson. 1941. 8 p. narrow 8° t 

C 30.16 : F 66/940 

Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C. June 1941. n. p. 

[1941]. [2] p. large 8° f C30.10:941/6 

Oeeans. Weather on the oceans, Feb. 1941, with special reference to north 
Atlantic and north Pacific oceans [articles] ; Issued by Marine Section. 1941. 
[l]+4p. 4° [Monthly. From Monthly weather review, Feb. 1941.] t 

C 30.14/a2 : 941/2 

Same, Mar. 1941, with special reference to north Atlantic and north Pacific 

oceans [articles]; issued by Marine Section. 1941. [1]-F4 p. 4" [Monthly. 
Fi-om Monthly weather review. Mar. 1S41.] t C 30.14/a2 : 941/3 

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974 Go^'ERNMI»fT PUHIJCAI IONS 

Hirers. Daily river stages at river gage stations on principal rivers of United 
States, V. 36, Icaleiular year] 1938; compiled bv Merrill Bernard. 1941. 
iii+170 p. map, 4" (W. B. no. 1326.) * Paper, 35c-. 

L. C. card Agr (>-372 A 29.10: 36 

Note. — This volume carries tlio cla.ssiflcation for the Weather Bureau under the 
Agriculture Department, so that the set may bo filed together. 

Weather. Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Julv 1-29, 1941; no. 26-30, series 
1941. [1941.] Each4p.il. 4" * Paper, 50(!. a yr. 30.11:941/^6-30 

Weather forecast. Extended foreca.st, July 1-5 to July 29-Aug. 2, 1941. July 1-29, 
1941. Eacli 1 p. 4" [Semiweekly. Processed. The edition here cataloged 
is the one for Districts 1 and 3 issued from the forecast center at Washington, 
D. C] t C 30.13 : J)41/r>2-60 

Note. — Extended forecasts of general weather and temperature conditions are issued 
on Tuesdays for the period 7 : 30 p. m. Tuesday to 7 : 30 p. m. Saturday. E. S. T., and 
on Fridays for the period 7 : 30 p. m. Friday to 7 : 30 p. m. Wednesday, E. S. T. 

The forecasts for the various zones are prepared at and distributed from the forecast 
centers of the Weather Bureau as follows : 

Albuquerque. N. Mex. : District 10. Arizona. New Mexico, and West Texas. 
Boston. Mass.: District 16 New England States. 
Chicago, 111.: District 6, Region of Great Dalies; district 7, Upper Mississippi Valley; 

district 8. Northern Great Plains. 
Denver, Colo. : District 9. Montana and Wyoming ; district 13, Colorado. 
Jacksonville. Fla. : District 2. South Atlantic States. 
Kansas City. Mo. : District 12, MisS(juri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. 
Los .Vnseles, Calif. : District 15. S luthern California. 

New Orlean.s. La. : District 4. Central and East Gulf States ; district 5. East Texas. 
Salt Lake City, Utah : District 14. Utah. 

San Francisco, Calif. : District 11. Far Western States except Southern California. 
Washington, D. C. : District 1, Middle Atlantic States ; district 3, Ohio Valley and 

Tennessee, 

Weather map. Daily weather map [of United States published at Washington, 
D. C, showing weather conditions for United States and forecasts belonging to 
Washington forecast district], July 1-31, 1941. [1941.] Each 19X24 in. (out- 
side measurement). * Daily, except Sunday (DWM), $3.00 a yr., 25c. a month; 
Sunday and holiday maps only ( SHM), no subsc-ription for less than 6 months, 
30c., 60c. a yr. ; daily, including Sundays and holidays (DSHM), .S3.00 a yr., 
30c. a month; foreign subscription, 89.10 a yr. (maps cannot be furui.shed in 
quantities unless the order is placed with the Superintendent of Documents, 
Washington, D. C, in advance of is.sue) . C 30.12 : 941 

Note. — Subscriber.^ desiring maps containing forecasts of weather conditions outside 
of the Washington forecast district will be referred to the district in w'.ich they are 
lo<ated. 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 Boston. Mass., Jacksonville, Fla.. New Orleans. La.. Denver. Colo., Chicago. 111., 
San Francisco, Calif.. Los Angeles. 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. Sub- 
scriptions to the Daily weather map are not accepted for a period of less than one month. 

CONGRESS 

Covgressional record. Congressional record, proceedings and debates of 77th 
Congress, 1st session, v. 87. no. 124-140. July 3-31, 1941. [1941.] 592.->- 
6710+A3439-3934+[45J p. 4" 
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The Hecord is sold b.v the Superintendent of Documents on the following terms : 
Sinele copy. 3 cents, if not more than 24 pages, and I cent more for each additional 8 
pages ; per month. .$l.r)0, foreign subscription. $2.7r>. Suliscriptions are payable in 
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and prior Congresses, will be furnished on application. Send remittances to the 
Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C. 

S:une, index, v. 87, nos. 117-123; June 23-30. 1941. [1941.] no. 13; 54 

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JuiA' 1941 975 

LAWS 

Note. — The Federal laws are first published separately and in this form are known as 
"slip laws." Later, these laws are compiled, edited, indexed, and published in the volumes 
of the Statutes at large. 

Beginning with the 77th Congress, the laws no longer are numbered in four series, public 
acts, private acts, public joint resolutions, and private joint re.solutions, but are numbered 
in two series, naniel.v, public laws and private laws. 

The "slip law" continues to bear the chapter number and the session of Congress during 
which the law was enacted, but this information does not appear in the entries listed below. 

Private [joint] resolutions. See, above, note under center liead Laws. 

Private law 97-127, 77th Congress. 

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suppl.v of the private laws which it distributes free upon application. 
Aloha AIotor><. Limited. II. R. 73.5. act for relief of Aloha Motors. Limited. Approved 

.Iniie 21. 1941. 1 p. (I'rivate law !)8.) 
Atkuon, Vernon. H. R. 16i9, act for relief of Vernon Atkison. Approved June 24, 1941. 

1 p. (I'rivate law lOS.) 
Burkette, Hoiranl. H. R. 2709, act for relief of legal guardian of Howard Burkette. 

Approved June 2."). 1941. 1 p. (Private law 117.) 
Caceres, Mrs. Scveriana M. Rodrigucs de. II. R. 1577, act for relief of Severiana Maria 

Rodriguos de Caceres, her sister Irene Hernandez de Texada, and latter's daughter, 

Irene Hernandez de Texada. Appioved .lul.v 21, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 127.) 
Cascade Inrestment Companii. H. R. 2861. act for relief of Cascade Investment Com- 
pany. Approved June 24. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 112.) 
Chlebeck. Mrs. Lairrence. H. R. ,'}234, act for relief of Mrs. Lawrence Chlebeck. Approved 

Juue 26. 1941. 1 p. (I'rivate law 123.) 
Eddy, George P. H. R. 1142. act for relief of heirs of George P. Eddy. Approved June 

25, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 115.1 
Freeman, Bert. H. R. 1933. act for relief of Bert and Marie Freeman. Approved June 

24. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 110.) 
Geird. Ron. II. R. 2891. act for relief of Rov Gard. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 102.) 
Gentrn, Thomas. H. R. 3399. act for relief of Tom Gentry. Approved June 24, 1941. 

1 p. (I'rivate law 113. t 
GiUespie. J. W. H. R. 1976, act for relief of J. W. and Robert W. Gillespie. Approved 

June 25, 1941. 1 p. (I'rivate law 116.) 
Gose. Arthur. H. R. 859. act for relief of Arthur Gose. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 99.) 
Holt, Phillip C. H. R. 2742. act for relief of I'hillip Christian Holt. Approved June 23, 

1941. 1 p. (Private law 105.) 
Kerleii, Oeurge H. H. R. 2710. act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kerley. Ap- 
proved June 25. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 118.) 
KInxek, John. H. R. 3243. act for n lief of John Klasek. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 103.) 
Larkin, W. R. II. R. 4034, act for relief of W. R. Larkin and Dora Larkin, in connection 

with construction, operation, and nuiintenance of Fort Hall Indian irrigation project, 

Idaho. Approved June 25. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 121.) 
Lea, Xell V. H. R. 3810, act for relief of Nell Victoria Lea. Approved June 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 104.) 
Lee, Richiird. II. R. 188, act for relief of R. Lee. Approved June 24, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 106.) 
Lireh/, Mrs. Eliznheth. H. R. 1268, act to repeal provision of law cranting pension to 

Elizabeth Lively. Approved July 17, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 125.) 
Mills, Jomrs A. H. R. 903. act for relief of James A. Mills. Approved June 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 100.) 
Morse. Ea-ic. H. R. 1753. act for relief of Maggie Lon Morse, administratrix of estate 

of Exie Morse. Approved June 24, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 109.) 
Pace, Mrs. Martha H. H. R. 439, act granting pension to Martha Pace. Approved July 

21. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 1'26.) 
Pitts, Jesse IT. H. R. 241. act for relief of Jesse W. Pitts. Approved June 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 97.) 
Roche, Connell and Laiib Construction Company. H. R. 673, act for relief of Roche, 

Connell, and I.aub Construction Company. Approved June 26, 1941. 1 p. (Private 

law 122.) 
Sichmidt, Gustar A. H. R. 3520, act for relief of Gustav Schmidt. Approved June 25, 

1941. 1 p. (Private law 120.) 
Smith. Mrs. Lizzie. H. R. 4359. act authorizing and directing Secretary of Interior to 

cancel patent in fee issued to Lizzie Smith. Approved July 9, 1941. 1 p. (Private 

law 124.) 
Takata, Rinno. H. R. 732. act for relief of Rinzo Takata. Approved June 24, 1941. 

1 p. (I'rivate law 107.) 
Vpham. Jnek Y. H. R. 2739, act for relief of Jack Y. Upham. Approved .June 24, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 111.) 
Veirs. Rati B. H. R. 4459. act to validate payments of re'ired pay made to Ray Bellamy 

V( irs fnr period Sept. 21. 1939-Nov. 15. 1940. Approved June 24. 1941. 1 p. (Private 

law 114.) 
Wiirehime, Bernard E. H. R. 1532. act for relief of Bernard E. Warehime. Approved 

June 21. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 101.) 
Wright. Charles H. H. R. 3233. act for relief of Charles H. Wright and William Francis 

Agard. Approved June 25. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 119.) 

Public [.joint] resolutions. See, above, note under center head Law.*;. 
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Public law n 5-188, 77(li Congress. 

Nyiio.__i>(ii)iJc laws in slip form in tlio first prints may bo obtained from tlie Superiu- 
teuilont of Documents, Wasliin.i,'ton, D. C., :it a siibscTiiition price of $3.00 a session, 
fiirciKU MiiBunption, .');4.25 ; single copies are usually 5c; no. 135, >Statc DciJaitment, no. 
13U, Intcnur U.imrtvient, no. 139, War Dcpurtmentj no. 141, Agriculture Department, 
no. 140, Labor Dvpartment, no. 148, District of Columbia, and no. 150, Appropriations, 
wliicli S(>e below, are lOc. 

AdJHtitid service bonds. H. K. 3847, act to adjust certain losses occurring in redemption 
ol adjustea-seivice bonds. Appioved June 24, 1941. 1 p. (I'ublic law 130.) 

Acronaiittcs. S. 124G, act to amend sec. 2 of act of Apr. 3. 19 59 (53 Stat. 55(j), so as 
to make it.s provisions [relating to detail of Regular Army personnel for instruction 
and training in aviation] applicable to p.Msonnel of all components of Aimi' of United 
Stales. Approved July 3, 1941. 1 p. (I'ublic law 152 ) 

Aoriculturc Department. II. It. 3735, act m.k n;j; app opriations for Dcp.irtment of 
Agiit-iiltnrc. lisial year 1942. [Ap.jroved July 1, 1941.] 43 p. (Public law 144.) 

Aircrajt. S. 992, act to amend sec. 4013 and 4614, Revised statutes, to include captures 
of aircraft as i)rizes of war. Approved June 24, 1941. 1 p. (I'ublic law 127.) 

Alaska. II. R. 93, act to authorize Legislature oi Alaska to cieati' public coiporate 
authority to undertake slum clearance and projects to iuovid_' dwelling accommoda- 
tions lor fami.ies of low income [and for persons engaged in nationald.jfensy ac:ivitie-l 
and to issue bonds and other oblii^ations of the authority for such puipjse. Appioved 
July 21, 1941. 1 p. (I'ublic law 18(i.) 

Apprupriations. H. R. 4756, act making appropriations for legislative branch of the 
Government, fi.scal year 1942. (Approved July 1, 1941.] 23 p. (Public law 145.) 

II. R. 5160, act making approp.iat^o'i. i.o supp.y delicii ncies m approp.iatious 

for fi.scal y;'ar 1941 and prior fiscal year.s to provide supplemental iippropriations 
f.ir fiscal year 1942, and for other purposes. [Approved July 3, 1941.] 41 p. (Public 
law 150.) , , ^ 

Au Hable. Mich. H. R. 4903, act to authorize Secretary of Treasury to exchange land 
owned by United States for site for road rig t-of-way needed for access to Coast 
Guard light s ation reservation, Au Sable, Mich. Approved July 9, 1941. 1 p. 
(I'ublic law 162.) 

Aviation cadets. S. 1469, act to amend act of Apr. 15, 1935. as amended (49 Stat. 156; 
U. S. C, Supp. 5, title 34, sec. 842) [relative to appointment and discharge of avia- 
tion cadets in Naval Reserve and Marine Corps R.sei-ve]. Approved June 24, 1941. 

1 p. (I'ublic law 128.) 

Borolum. Qulzon. H. R. 3857, act authorizing construction of crypt [in Mount Rush- 
mure National Memorial] for remains of Gutzou and Mary Borg.um. Approved July 
11, 1941. 1 II. (lublic law 164.) 

Coast Guard. II. R 1094, act to grant pension for disability or death re.sulting from 
service in Coast Guard before July 2, 1930. Approved July 18, 1941. 1 p. (Public 
law 182.) ^, „ ^ 

H. R. 4658, act to amend and clmify cirt^ain acts pertaining to Coflst Guard, 

and for other purpo.ses. [Approved July 11, 1941.] 5 p. (Public law 166.) 

Coast Onatd cutlers. H. R. 4887, act to authorize construction of Coast Guard cutters 
neces aiy in interest of national d^-fcnse and I'or performance of Coast Guard dutie.<». 
Approved July 15, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 178.) 

Coast Guard stations. H. R. 531, act to amend act of Apr. 6. 1938 (52 Stat. 201). 
authoiizing Secretary of Treasury to exchange sites at Miami Beach, Fla., for Coast 
Guaid purposes [so as to permit exchange of Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale C' ast 
Guard sites, or either of them, for any other site or sites in Dade or Broward Counties. 
Fla.l Approved July 9. 1941. 1 p. "(Public law 159.) 

Coluwh:a River. S. 1226, act to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across CoKri bia River at Astoria, Oreg. I by Oregon-Washington 
Bridge Board of Trustees]. Approved July 14, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 171.) 

CommO'Hty Credit Corporation. H. R. 4972, act to extend life and increase credit re- 
sources of Commodity Credit Corporation. [Approved July 1, 1941.] 2 p. (Public 
law 147.) 

Conrict labor. H. R. 3191, act to amend act to make unlawful transportation of convict- 
made roods in interstate commerce [so as to exempt from law commodities manufac- 
tured in Federal nr District of Columbia penal instituti(ms for use of District Govern- 
ment]. Approved July 9, 1941. 1 p. (I'ulil c law 160.) 

Copper River and Northwestern Railway. S. 1289, act authorizing Copper River and 
Northwestern Railway Company to convey to United States its railroad ri.i.'h t-of-way 
and other railroad proiierties in Alaska, for use as public highway, tramroad, or tram- 
way. Approved July 15, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 17t;. ) 

Crime and crivrmals. U. R. 2844, act to provide for transportation home of persons who 
have been arrested and subsequently released without conviction or convicted and 
placed on probation. Appioved June 21, 1941. 1 p. (Public law IIG.) 

Crop insurance S. 158, act to amend Federal crop insurance act [so as to make provi- 
sions of said act applicable to cotton]. [Approved Jum? 21, 1941.] 2 p. (Public 
law 118.) 

Disbursing oUcers. H. R. 3846, act for relief of certain former certifying and disbursing 
officers of Department of Interior. Approved June 25, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 133.) 

Dis(harge, Army. S. 239. act to provide for discharge or retirement of enlisted men of 
Reguiar.Armv and of Philippine Scouts in certain cases. [Approved June 30, 1941.] 

2 p. (I'ub'ic law 140.) 

District of Columbia. H. R. 5049, act making appropriations for Government of District 
of Columbia and other activities chargeable in whole or in part against revenues of 
such Dstiict. fiscal year 1942. [Approved July 1, 1941.] 4? p. (Public law 148.) 

II. R. 5052. act to amend District of Columbia unemployment compensation act to 

regulate use of administration expenses. Approved July 1, 1941. 1 p. (Public 
law 149.) 

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Public law 115-188, 77th Congress — Continued. 

District of Columbia — Continued. 

S. 774, act to inithoiizc I'ennsj'lvania Railroad Company [operating lessee of prop- 
erties of Philadelpliia. Baltimore and Washington Kaihoad Company] by means of 
underpass, to cross New York Avenue Northeast [in District of Columbia!, to extend, 
construct, maintain, and operate certain industrial side tracks, and for otlier purposes. 
Approved June 21. 1911. 1 p. (Public law 120.) 

Eden project. S. 879, act relating to certain Carey act lauds in Wyoming. Approved 
June 25, 1911. 1 p. (I'ublic law 131.) fS. 879 authoiizcs reconveyance of lands 
within Eden project which have been patented to Wyoming.] 

Edis:)n, Thomas A. H. J. Res. 63. joint resolution rf que.' ting the President to proclaim 
Feb. 11, 1942. as Edison Day, in commemoration of birthday of Thomas Alva Edison. 
Approved July 17, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 181.) 

Federal reserve tiotes. S. 1471, act to extend period during which direct obligations of 
United States mav he used as collateial security for Federal reserve notes. Approved 
June 30. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 141.) 

Housing. II. R. 4693. act to amend national housing act. [Approved June 28, 1941.] 
3 p. (Public law 138.) 

Interior Depart tnrnt. H. R. 4590. act nuiking appropriations for Department of Interior, 
fiscal year 1942. [Approved June 28, 1941.] Go p. (Public law 136.) 

Internal rcrevue code. 11. R. 4158, act to amend .'<cs. 3341, 3351, and 3361 of internal 
levenue code and sec. 309 (a) of tariff act of 1930. and to repeal sec. 2907 of 
internal revenue cod^. Approved July 22, 1941. I p. (Public law 187.) 

Labor Dcpartnn nt. II. R. 4926. iict making appropriations for Department of Labor, 
Federal Sccuritv Agency, and rdaled independent agencies, fiscal year 1942. [Ap- 
proved July 1. 1941.] 36 p. (Public law 146.) 

Load line. H. R. 4988. act to amend sec. 2 of act of Aug. 27, 1935, as amended [so as 
to authorize Secretary of Commerce to lower load lines of vessels in coastwise trade 
to permit greater amount of tonnage to bu carried]. Approved July 3, 1941. 1 p. 
(Publi'j law 153.) 

McPherKiin. Fort. S. 287. act to authorize use of certain lands for military purposes at 
Fort McPherson military reservation. Ga., and F'ort Du Pont military reservation, Del. 
Approved June 21. 1941. 1 p. (I'ublic law 119.) 

Maritime Labor Board. II. R. 4107, act to extend certain provisions of title X of merchant 
marine act. 1936. as amended. Approved June 23. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 124.) 
[H. R. 4107 continues Maritime Labor P>oard for 1 year.] 

Meteorology. S. J. Res. 81, joint res<iluti<>n to authorize President of United States 
to invite Governments of countries of Western Hemisphere to participate in meeting 
of national directors of meteorological s<Tvires of those countries, to be held in United 
States as soon as practicable iti 1941 or 1942. to invite regional commissions 3 and 4 
of International Meteorological Organization to meet concurrently there\\ith, and to 
authorize appropriation for expenses of orsranizing and holding auch meetings. 
Approved June 24, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 125.) 

Minor coins. II. R. 4132, act to amend sec. 3528. Revised statutes, as amended, relating 
to purchase of metal for minor coins of United States. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. 
(Public law 117.) 

Mi.ssix.'iippi River. S. 961. act to extend times for conunencing and completing con- 
struction of I)ridge across Mississippi River at or near Friar Point. Miss., and Helena, 
Ark. (by Arkinsas-Mississippi Bridge Commission]. Approved July 14, 1941 1 p 
(Public law 169.) 

S. 1147, act to revive and reenact act authorizin.g Cassville, Wis., to construct toll 

brid.ge across Mississippi River at or near Cassville, Wis., and to place at or near Outten- 
berg, Iowa. Approved July 14, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 170.) 

Missoula, Fort. S. 198, act to authorize Secretary of War to exchange land located 
within Fort Missoula military reservation. Mont., for laud owned by Missoula Chamber 
of Commerce. Missoula, Mont. Approved July 14. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 167.) 

Money. M. R. 4646, act to extend time within which powers relating to stabilization fund 
and alteration of weight of dollar may be exercised. Approved June 30, 1941. 1 d. 
(Public law 142.) 

Narcotics. II. R. 4258, act to supplement navigation laws and facilitate maintenance of 
of discipline on board vessels of United States [by prohibiting use of narcotics on 
ve.ssels]. Approved July 11, 1941. 1 p. (Public law'l65.) 

National Arcliives Trust Fund Board. H. R. 4841, act to establish National Archives 
Trust Fund Board. [Approved July 9, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 161.) 

Naval Academy, Annapolis. S. 207. act to authorize course of instruction at Naval 
Academy to b;» given to not exceeding; 20 parsons at a time from American republics, 
other than United States. Approved July 14, 1941. 1 p. (Public liw 168.) 

Nai^l. H. R. 4473. act authorizing temporarv appointment or advancement of certain 
personnel of Navy and Marine Corps. [Approved July 24, 1941.] 4 p. (Public law 
188. ) 

Nary Department. H. R. 3536, act to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed With con- 
struction of certain public works. Approved June 24. 1941. l" p. (Public law 129.) 

H. R. 4839, act to authorize Secretary of Naw to proceed with construction of 

certain public works. [Approved July 14. 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 174.) 

New York World's Fair. H. J. Res 173. joint resolution to append further amended joint 
resolution, approved Aug. 16. 1937 (50 Stat. 668). concerning importation of articles 
for exhibition at New York World's Fair, to permit t!-ansf( r o*" liabilitv for duty on 
articles so imported, nnd to further amend amended joint resolution, approved Mav 18, 
1937 (50 Stat. 187). concerning importation of articles for exh'bition at Golden Gate 
International Exposition, to permit transfer of liahilitv for dutv on articles so im- 
ported and for other purposes. [Approved July 18, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 185.) 

0/ficsrs, Navy. H. R. 4823 act providing for rank of officers ordered to perform special 
or unusual dutv. and of commanders of special naval units afloat. Approved July 17, 
1941. 1 p. (Public law 180.) 

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I'lihlk- law 110-188, 77th Congress — Continued. 

I'ulm i^piimis. Calif. II. R. 2308. act to ratify lease entered iuto by certain Mission 
IiKli:uis of California | tminely. AiOia Caliente or I'alm Spriiisrs band, and Palm Springs, 
Calif.) [.Approved July 1"). liHl.] 3 p. (Public law 177.) 

Petroleum. S. 17S, act authorizing Secretary of Interior to issue oil and gas leases on 
certain lands (in Lance Creek field, Niobrara County. Wyo.]. Approved .July 3, 1941. 
1 p. (Public law l.jl.t 

Poxt masters. 11. U. 1018. act to amend act of .Tune 2.'). 19:?S, cxtendiiij; classified civil 
service to include postmasters of 1st. 2rt. and 3d clashes | relative to residence require- 
ments for certain postmasters]. Api)roved .July In, 1911. 1 p. (Public law 183.) 

Prostitution. II. K. 2473, act to prohibit prostitution within such reas: nable distance of 
military and/or naval cstablisliments as Secretaries of War and/or Navy shall deter- 
mine to be needful to efficiency, health, and welfare of Armv and/or Navy. Approved 
.Inly 11, 1941. 1 p. (lublic law 163.) 

Public works. H. K. 4515, act to provide for acijuisition and equipment of public works 
male necessarv bv def-nse prosram. [Approved Juno 28, 1941.] .3 p. (Public law 
137.) 

Radiomen. H. R. 2074. act to amend sec. 353 (b) of communications act of 1934, as 
amended [relative to experience requirements for rfidio operators on cargo ships]. 
Approved July 8, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 155.) 

Retired list, .Ir'mij. 11. R. 2279, act to amend sec. 17 of joint service piiy act, as amended 
[so as to provide that all retired officers of Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Co:ist Guard, 
and Ciwst and Geodetic Survey, and retired warrant officers, nurses, and enlisted men 
of those services shall, when on active duty, receive full pay and allowances]. Ap- 
proved June 25. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 132.) 

Saiors II. R. 4224, act relating to manning of certain vessels of 500 gross tons and less. 
Approved July 8, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 156.) 

H. R. 4225, act relating to manning of certain sail vessels. Approved July 8. 1941. 

1 p. (Public law 157.) 

Savaijc, John L. S. 1488, act to amend act authorizing temporary detail of John L. 
Sava.ge to service under Government of New South Wales, Australia, and (ioverument 
of Punjab. India [by substituting Commonwealth of Australia for New South Walts, 
Australia], Approved July 14, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 172.) 

8eir(ird, Alusla. II. R. 95, act to amend sec. 6 of act approved May 20, 1935. concerning 
Seward Alaska [so as to enable said town to purchase certain private utilities]. [Ap- 
proved June 21, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 115.) 

Shiijs. II. R. 4700, act to pr(jvide for priorities in transportation by merchant vessels in 
interests of national di fpnse. [.Vpproved July 14, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 173.) 

S. 346. act to authorize P/esident of United States to dispose of certain public 

vessels. Approved June 24, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 126.) 

S. J. Res. 65, joint resolution to permit travel by ship of Canadian reuistry between 

American ports. Approved June 26, 1941. 1 p. (I'ublie law 134.) [S. J. Res. 65 
authorizes operation of one Canadian passenger ship between Cleveland and Milwaukee, 
to and from 1941 Amerit'an Legion national convention.] 

i>'oi7 con.terration. S. 1300, act to amend soil conservation and domestic allotment act. 
as amended, with respect to making available of conservation materials and s-oil- 
conserving or soil-building services. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 121.) 

State Depart ment. U. R. 4276. act making appropriations for Department of State. 
Department of Commerce. Department of Justice, and Federal judiciary, fiscal year 
1942. [Approved June 28. 1941.] 44 p. (Public law 135.) 

Tennessee VuUcy Authoritii. II. J. Res. 194, joint resolution making additional appro- 
priation for Tennessee Valley Authority, fiscal year 1942. Approved July 16. 1941. 
1 p. (Public law 179.) 

n. R. 2097, act to amend Tennessee Valley Autiority act, as amended, by striking 

therefrom subsec. (ki of sec. 4 and substituting therefor new subsec. (k) [relative to 
power of Authoritv to convey lands or otherwise dispose of them]. [Approved July 
18, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 184.) 

Tug Fotk. S. 1304, act granting consent of Congress to Norfolk and Western Railway 
t'ompanv to construct bridge across Tug Fork of Big Sandy River near Nolan, W. Va. 
Approved July 8, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 154.) 

L'ncmploiird. H. .1. Res. 193, joint resolution making appropriations for work relief and 
reHef, "fiscal year 1942. [Approved July 1, 1941.] 14 p. (Public law 143.) 

Utc Inilians. S. 215, act to amend act conforring jurisdiction uiion Court of Claims to 
hear, examine, adjudicate, and render judgment on any and all claims which Ute Indians 
or any tribe or band thereof may have against United States. Approved July 15. 1941. 
1 p. (Public law 175.) 

Veteran-i' Administration facilities. S. 1420. act to authorize administrator of veterans" 
affairs to transfer by quitclaim deed titl(> in lands of Veterans' Administration Facility. 
Davton, Ohio, to countv of Montgomery. Ohio, for highway-widening purposes. [Ap- 
l)rov(d June 21, 1911.] 2 p. (Public law 122.) 

S. 1421, act to authorize administrator of veterans' affairs to transfer by quit- 
claim deed to Norfolk and Western Railway Company small piec(> of land at Veterans' 
.\dministration Facility. Roanoke, Va. Approved June 21, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 123.) 

^\'|lr Ih innt ment. II. It. 4!165. act making appropriations for military establishment, 
floral year 1!)42. [Approved June 30. 1941.] 33 p. (Public law 139.) 

West \'ir</inia. II. J. Res. 22. joint resolution authorizing Secretary of War to convey 
lands to West Virginia. Approved July 8. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 158.) 

CONFERENCE COIMMITTEES 

Ai)i)ropii<itio)is. Legisintive brtmch appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942. con- 
ference report to acconipaii.v H. U. 47o6: submitted by Mv. C)'Neal. June 28, 
1941. 5 p. (H. rp. S8.S, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .3c. 

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Appropriations — Continued. 

Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1941, conference report to accompany 

H. R. 5166 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1941 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal year 1942. and lor other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Taylor. June 
30, 1941. 7 p. ( H. rp. S94, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Commodity Credit Corporation, conference report to accompany H. R. 4972 [to 
extend life and increase credit resources of Commodity Credit (Corporation] ; 
submitted by Mr. Williams. June 30, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 892, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, oc. 
L. C. card 41-50821 

VoiLscription. Selective training and service act amendments, conference report 
on bill (S. l.")24) to authorize deferment of men by age group or groups under 
selective training and service act of 1941 [1940] ; submitted by Mr. Reynolds. 
July 2.S, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 92, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Committee recommends 
amendment of title of Itill to read: Act providing for certain deferments and 
exemptions under selective training and .service act of 1940, for publicity with 
respect to classifications, for operation of certain plants to expedite defense 
program, and for other purposes.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50872 

Selective training and service act amendments, conference report to ac- 
company S. 1524 I to authorize deferment of men by age group or groups under 
.selective training and service act of 1940] ; submitted by Mr. May. July 28, 
1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 10(>3, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) [Corrected print. Committee 
reconunends amendment of title of bill to read: Act providing for certain 
defcniicnts and exemptions under selective training and service act of 1940, for 
imblicity with respect to classifications, for operation of certain plants to 
expedite defense jirogram. and for other purposes.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50870 

District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, conference report to 
accompany H. R. 5049: submitted by Mr. Mahon. June 28, 1941. lip. (H. rp. 
889. 77th ( 'ong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Lnhor Dip(n-tm<ni. Appropriations bill for Department of Labor, Federal Security 
Agency, and related independent agencies, [fiscal year] 1942, conference report 
to accompany H. R. 4926 ; submitted by Mr. Tarver. June 27, 1941. 7 p. ( H. ip. 
8S1, 77th <'ong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .jc. 

Nary Department. Construction of certain public works, conference report to 
accompany H. R. ;^537 [authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with con.^truc- 
tion of certain public works] ; submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. Julv 22, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 984, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Construction of certain public works, conference report to accompany 

H. R. 3537 [authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of 
certain public works] ; submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. July 23, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 986, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

I'ipe lines. Construction of interstate petroleum pipe lines related to national 
defense, conference report to accompany H. R. 4816 [to facilitate construction, 
extension, or completion of interstate petroleum pipe lines related to national 
defense, and to promote interstate conunerce] : submitted bv Mr. Cole of Mary- 
land. July 21, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 983. 77th Cong. 1st sess.)' * Paper, 5c. 

Roads. Supplementing Federal aid road act. conference report to accompany 
S. 1.580 [to supplement Federal aid road act. approved July 11, 1916, as amended 
and supplemented, to authorize appropriations during national emergency de- 
clared by the Pr(>sidcnt. May 27, 1941. for immediate construction of roads 
urgently needed for national defense] ; submitted by Mr. Cartwright. July 24, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 10.39, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

fhifts. Priorities in transportation by merchant vessels in interests of national 
defense, conference report to accompany H. R. 4700: submitted by Mr. Bland. 
July 3. 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 895 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, .5e. 

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Tennessee Valley Authority. Amending Tennessee Valley Authority act, as 
amended, conference report to accompany H. R. 2()97 [to amend Tennessee 
Viiliey Aulhorily act, as amended, by striking therefrom subsec. (k) of sec. 4 
and substituting therefor new subsec. (k), relative to power of Authority to 
convey lands or otherwise dispose of them] ; submitted by Mr. May. June 28, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 886, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Amending Tennessee Valley Authority act, as amended, conference report 

to accompany H. R. 2037 [to amend Tennessee Valley Authority act, as 
amended, by striking therefrom subsec. (k) of sec. 4 and substituting therefor 
new subsec. (k), relative to power of Authority to convey lands or otherwise 
dispo.se of them] ; submitted by Mr. May. July 8, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 913, 77lh 
C»>i g. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Unemployed. Work relief and relief appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 
conference report to accompany H. J. Res. 193 ; submitted by Mr. Taylor. Juiie 
30,1911. 6 p. (H. rp. 891, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

War Department. Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 
conference report to accompany H. R. 4965 ; submitted by Mr. Snyder. June 27, 
1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 882, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

EXECUTIVE PAPERS, JOINT COMMITTEE ON DISPOSITION OF 

Agriculture Department. Disposition of records by Department of Agriculture, 
report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1911. 9 p. (H. rp. 795, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

Labor Department. Disposition of records by Department of Labor, report; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 796, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Navy Department. Disposition of records by Navy Department, report ; submitted 
by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 797, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Post Office Department. Disposition of recoi'ds by Post Office Department, report ; 
submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 28 p. (H. rp. 8!i4. 77tli 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Social Securitj/ Board. Disposition of records by Social Security Board, Federal 
Security Agency, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 798, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

Treasury Department. Disposition of recoixls by Treasury Department, report; 
submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 801, 77th ^ 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Ti-easury Department, report : submitted bv Mr. 

Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 802, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

■ Disposition of records by Treasury Department, report ; submitted by Mr. 

Elliott of California. June 19, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 803, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

War Department. Disposition of records by AVar Department, report: submitted 
by Mr. Elliott of California. June 19, 1^1. 2 p. (H. rp. 800. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by War Department, report ; submitted bv Mr. Elliott 

of California. July 9, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 920, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) ' * Paper, 5c. 

Work Projects Administration. Disiwsition of records by Work Projects Adminis- 
tration, Federal Works Agency, reix»rt ; submitted byMr. Elliott of California. 
June 19, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 799, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation. 77th Congress, 
July 3-31. 1941 ; no. 112-128. 1941. Each G^ p. or 120 p. large 8° [Daily when 
House of Representatives is in session.] J Y 1.2 : 1/77-1-112 to 77-1-128 

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Contested cteetions. W. A. Denson, letter from clerk of House of Representa- 
tives transmitting communication of W. A. Denson, contestant for seat in House 
of Representatives, dated June 16, 1941. July 15, 1&41. 14 p. (H. doc. 314, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Relates to contested election case of W. A. Denson v. 
Luther Patrick, from 9th congressional district of Alabama.] * Paper, 5c. 

Yetcrans' benefits, information concerning monetary and other benefits available 
to persons who have served in armed forces of United States and to dependents 
of such persons [with bibliographv ; prepared by Wright Patman]. Revised 
edition, July 1, 1941. 1941. vi+70 p. (H. doc. 300, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[This is a revision of House document 666, 76th Congress.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50857 

ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Air Accidents, Select Committee to Investigate, House. Expenses of Select Com- 
mittee to Investigate Air Accidents, report to accompany H. Res. 277 [to pro- 
vide for further expenses of Select Committee to Investigate Air Accidents] ; 
submitted by Mr. Cochran. July 24, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 9S9, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

-S^ Lawrence River. Providing for expenses of conducting surveys and investi- 
gations authorized by House resolution 248 [authorizing investigation of St. 
Lawrence waterways project by Rivers and Harbors Committee, House], re- 
port to accompany H. Res. 261 ; submitted by Mr. Kramer. July 9, 1S41. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 919. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

AGRICULTUBE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, July 16, 1941 ; no. 5. 1941. 
52 p. 4° t Y 4.Ag 8/1 : 77/5 

Cattle. Amend title 3 of packers and stockyards act, 1921, as amended, report 
to accompany H. R. 52(>4 [authorizing charging of fees for brand inspection 
under packers and stockyards act. 1921, as amended] ; submitted by Mr. Kle- 
berg. July 3, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 901, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wheat. Farm marketing quota for wheat, I'eport to accompany H. R. 5300 [to 
amend Public law numbered 74, 77th Congress, relating to wheat-marketing 
quotas under agricultural adjustment act of 1938, as amended, so that penalties 
will apply only to amoxmt of wheat produced on farm in excess of normal 
production of farm acreage allotment in event actual yield per acre is less than 
normal yield per acre] ; submitted by Mr. Fulmer. July 15, 1941 3 p. (H. rp. 
952, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

AIR ACCIDENTS, SEI.ECT COMMITTEE TO IN\T:STIGATE, HOUSE 

Aircraft accidents. Investigating air accidents, preliminary report pui'suant to 
H. Res. 125; submitted by Mr. Nichols. July 10, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 933, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50823 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Appropriations. Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1941, report to accompany 
H. R. 5166 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1941 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal year 1942, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Taylor. June 25, 
1941. 42 p. (H. rp. 849, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

National defense. First supplemental national defense appropriation bill, [fiscal 
year] 1942, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session. 1941. 
ii-f523 p. 2 tab. * Paper, 60 c. Y 4.Ap 6/1 : D 36/2/942 

First supplemental national defense appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 

report to accompany H. R. 5412 ; submitted by Mr. Taylor. July 24, 1941. 21 p. 
(H. rp. 988, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 41-50867 

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BANKING AND CTRRENOY COMMITTED), HOUSK 

Federal reserve notes. Extension of period dm ing wliich obligations of United 
States niav be nsed as collateral for Federal reserve notes, report to accompany 
S. 1471; snbniitted by Mr. Sfeagall. June 25. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. SSI, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oe. 

Mortffai/e insurance. Amending national housing act, as amended [so as to in- 
crease aggregate amount of insurable mortgages], report to accompany 
H. R. 5395; snbniitied by Mr. Steagall. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1041, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMITTEE, HOVSE 

Civil service pensions. General ivtirement, liearings, 77th Congress. 1st session, 
on II. K. 8487 [and other] bills proposing to amend civil service retirement act, 
June 3-11, 1941. 1941. ii+80 p. * Paper, lOc. Y 4.C 49/1 : K 31/15 

Federal Bureau of Investigation. Permitting reemployment by Federal Bureau 
of Investigation of persons retired under civil service retirement act, report to 
accompany S. S81 ; submitted by Mr. Ramspeck. July 14. 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
944, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

General Land Office. Civil service for assistant or deputy commissioners of 
General Land Office and Bureau of Indian Affairs in Department of Interior, 
report to accompany H. R. 3488 ; submitted by Mr. Ramspeck. July 14, 1941. 

4 p. (H. rp. 941, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Government officials and employees. Making provision for payment of employees 
of the Government, its Territories or possessions, or District of Columbia, for 
accumulated or accrued annual leave when ordered to active duty with military 
or naval forces, report to accompany S. 505 ; submitted bv Mr. Ramspeck. 
July 14, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 945, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CLAIMS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

AeM, Mrs. An)ia. Anna and Fred Aebi, report to accompany H. R. 1700 [for 
relief of Anna and Fred Aebi] ; submitted by Mr. Fenton. July 8, 1941. 11 p. 
(H. rp. 905, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Benning, Fort. Relief of certain personnel [of Army] on account of loss of per- 
sonal property as result of fire, Apr. 11, 1940, Fort Benning, Ga., report to 
accompany H. R. 4803 ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. July 8, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
912, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Brinslcclle, R. R. Brinskelle and Charlie INIelchcr, report to accompany S. 1352 
[conferring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render 
judgment on claim of R. Brinskelle and Charlie Melcher] ; submitted by Mr. 
Capozzoli. June 20, 1941. 19 p, (H. rp. 873. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Brown, Norman C. Norman Carl in Brown, report to accompany H. R. 1352 
[for relief of Norman Carlin Brown] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. June 26, 1941. 

5 p. (H. rp. 853, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Carlton, William W. W. W. Carlton, report to acc-ompanv S. 755 [for relief of 
W. W. Carlton] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. July 28. 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1058, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Chambers, J. Mae. J. Mae Chambers and Retta E. Hultgren, report to accompany 
S. 1142 [for relief of J. Mae Chambers and Retta E. Hultgren] ; submitted by 
Mr. "Wickcrshani. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. S71, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Claims. First omnibus claims bill, 77th Congress, report to accompany II. R. 
5349 [for relief of snndrv claimants] submitted by ]\Ir. McGehee. July 16, 
1941. 71 p. (II. rp. 965, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 5349 contains H. R. 3831 

and other bills. | * Paper, lOc. 

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Cook, Ircij M. I. M. Cook and others, report to accompany S. 1709 [conferring 
jurisdiction upon district court for western district of Nortli Carolina to laear, 
determine, and render judgments upon claims against United States of I. M. 
Cook, J. J. Allen, Radiator Specialty Company, and R. and W. Motor Lines, 
Incorporated] : submitted by Mr. Wickersliam. July 28, 1941. 21 p. (H. rp. 
10()1, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Cook, Paul E. Paul E. Cook, report to accompany H. R. 2372 [for relief of 
Paul E. Cook] ; submitted by Mr. Winter. July 8, 1041. 7 p. (H. rp. 90G, 77th 
Cong. 1st ses.s. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Coppel Coal Co., report to accompany H. R. 1914 [for relief of Coppel Coal Com- 
pany] ; submitted by Mr. Meyer of Maryland. June 26. 1941. 10 p. (H. rp. 
857, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Delta Oil Company. E. A. Wailes, receiver of Delta Oil Co.. report to accompany 
S. 41G [for relief of E. A. (A. E.) Wailes, receiver of Delta Oil Company] ; 
sulmiitted by Mr. Keogh. June 20, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 870, 77th Cong. 1st 
.sess.) * Paper, ."ic. 

Douf/hcrti/, Charlci If., sr. Charles H. Dougherty, sr., report to accompany H. R. 
2782 [for relief of Charles H. Dougherty, sr.] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. July 8, 
1941. 3 p. {II. rp. 907. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

EUioff, Daniel L. Daniel Elliott and Helen Elliott, report to accompany H. R. 
4998 [for relief of Daniel Elliott and Helen Elliott] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. 
July 2S, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1050, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Formhnls, Ediriii B. Edwin B. Formhals, report to accompany H. R. 3823 [for 
relief of Edwin B. Formhals | ; submitted by Mr. Wickersliam. June 26, 1941. 
4 p. (H. rp. 864. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * I'aper. 5c. 

Galpin, Franklin G. Franklin G. Galpin, report to accompany H. R. 1575 [for 
relief of Franklin G. Galpin] ; submitted by Mr. Russell. June 26, 1941. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 854, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Grif/ff'<, Mrs. Marion S!. Estate of Marion S. Griggs, report to accompany H. R. 
1650 [for relief of estate of Marion S. Griggs] ; submitted by Mr. Harris of 
Arkansas. June 26. 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 855, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

Harris, James C. Flossie Bivins, report to accompany H. R. 2963 [for relief of 
estate of James C. Harris] ; submitted by Mr. Harris of Arkansas. July 28, 
1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1048. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hester, .John If. John Henry Hester, report to accompany H. R. 4529 [for relief 
of John Henry Hester] : submitted by Mr. Wickersham. June 27, 1941. 4 p. 
( H. rp. 878, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Jenkins, Jolm J. John J. Jenkins, report to accompany H. R. 4019 [for relief 
of John J. Jenkins] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. July 8, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
910, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Johns, John W. ]\Ir. and INIrs. J. W. Johns, report to accompany H. R. 3943 
[for relief of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns] : submitted bv Mr. Sauthoff. July 8, 
1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 909, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper," 5c. 

Johnson, Hvc/h S. Amending Private act 446, 76th Congi-ess. approved July 2, 
1940 [so as to provide for crediting accounts of Hugh S. Johnson. Kilbourne 
Johnston, and F. M. Robinson], report to accompany S. 1251; submitted by 
Mr. Harris of Arkansas. July 28, 1941. 10 p. (H. rp. 1059, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Kapfcr, Mrs. Louise L. Louise L. Kapfer, report to accompany H. R. 4061 [for 
relief of Louise L. Kapfer] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. July 28, 1941. 3 p. 
( H. rp. 1053, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Kassner, Frank. Frank Kassner, report to accompany H. R. 666 [for relief of 
Frank Kassner] ; submitted by Mr. Harris of Arkansas. July 28, 1941. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1012, 77th Cong., 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Kennedy. George. George Kennedy, report to accompany H. R. 2726 [for relief 
of George Kennedy]; submitted by Mr. Fenton. July 28. 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 
1046, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Kiiiff, John F. John King, report to accompany H. R. 4198 [for relief of John 
King] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. July 8, 1041. 6 p. (H. rp. 911, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lester, Iliram O. Hiram O. Lester. Grace D. Lester, and Florence E. Dawson, 
report to accompany H. R. 2183 [for relief of Hiram O. Lester, Grace D. Lester, 
and Florence E. Dawson] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. June 26, 1941. 26 p. 
(H. rp. 858, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lewencziik, Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewenczuk, report to accompany 
H. R. 1905 [for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewenczuk] ; submitted by Mr. 
Pittenger. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 856, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Libhey, Deltert E. Delbert E. Libbey, report to accompany H. R. 4778 [for relief 
of Delbert E. Libbey] : submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washington. July 28, 1941. 
5 p. (H. rp. 1055, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Lipton, Samuel M. Samuel M. Lipton, report to accompany S. 176 [for relief of 
Samuel M. Lipton] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
868, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

MarkJey. Kehl, jr. Kehl Markley, jr., report to accompany H. R. 36-13 [for relief 
of Kehl Markley, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. July 28, 1941. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 1052, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Martin, John C. John C. Martin, report to accompany H. R. 2962 [for relief of 
John C. Martin] ; submitted by Mr. Wickersliam. July 28, 1941. 10 p. (H. rp. 
1047, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Maye, Mrs. Willie M. Mrs. Willie M. Maye, report to accompany H. R. 3761 
[for relief of Mrs. Willie M. Maye] ; submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. June 26, 1941. 
8 p. (H. rp. 863, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Montsgue, Mrs. Nettie W. Nettie Woolfolk Montague and Jerry Woolfolk and 
others, report to accompany H. R. 5206 [for relief of Nettie Woolfolk Montague 
and Jerry L. Woolfolk and others] ; submitted by Mr. Harris of Arkansas. 
July 28, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1057, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Myers, Mrs. Bessie. Bessie Myers, report to accompany H. R. 2754 [for relief 
of Bessie Myers] ; submitted by Mr. AVinter. June 26. 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 861, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Newman, John E. John E. Newman, report to accompany H. R. 3697 [for relief 
of .John E. Newman] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. June 26, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 
862, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

O'Hara, Anthony. Anthony O'Hara and Stephen F. Maroney, report to accompany 
H. R. 1511 [for relief of Anthony O'Hara and Stephen F. Maroney] ; submitted 
by Mr. Winter. July 14. 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 943, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 
5c. 

Oregon. State of Oregon, Department of Forestry of Oregon, and certain organ- 
ized protection agencies in Oregon, report to accompany H. R. 3185 [for relief 
of Oregon, Department of Forestry of Oregon, and certain organized protection 
agencies in Oregon for protection of unappropriated public-forest lands inter- 
mingled with Oregon and California lands from July 1. 1938, to June 30, 1939] ; 
submitted by Mr. Pittenger. July 28, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1050, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pesehke, Mrs. Lucille. Mrs. Lucille Peschke, report to accompany H. R. 2717 [for 
relief of Mrs. Lucille Peschke] ; submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. June 26, 1911. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 860, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Petrin, Joseph. Joseph Petrin et al., report to accompany S. 127 [for relief of 
Joseph Petrin, Joseph A. Petrin. Rudolph Petrin. Angus LeBlanc, William J. 
Demclle, Samuel Fishman, and Hector LaPointe] ; submitted by Mr. Wicker- 
sham. June 26, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 867, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pope, Allen. xMlen Pope, report to accompany H. R. 4179 [to confer jurisdiction 
upon Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claims 
of Allen Pope, his heirs or personal representatives, against United States] ; 
submitted by Mr. Pittenger. June 26, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 865, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

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Puccinelli, Louis, Bail Bond Company. Louis Puccinelli Bail Bond Co., report to 
accompany H. R. 5026 [for relief of Louis Puccinelli Bail Bond Company] ; 
submitted by Mr. Meyer of Maryland. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 866, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Reppart, H. L. H. L. Reppart and others, report to accompany H. R. 3174 [for 
relief of H. L. Reppart and others] ; submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washington. 
July 28, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 1049, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rickctts, Mrs. Gertrude. Gertrude Rieketts, reinut to accompany H. R. 3030 [for 
relief of Gertrude Rieketts] ; submitted by Mr. Russell. July 8, 1941. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 908, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

St. Nicholas Park Co., report to accompany S. 281 [conferring jurisdiction upon 
district court for southern district of Florida to hear, determine, and render 
judgment upon claim of St. Nicholas Park Company] ; submitted by Mr. Meyer 
of Maryland. June 26, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 869, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Schocl), William. William Schoeb, report to accompany H. R. 2462 [for relief 
of William Schoeb] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. July 28, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1045, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

Shepard, Max A. Max Adams Shepard, report to accompany H. R. 2546 [for 
relief of estate of Max Adams Shepard] ; submitted by Mr. Keogh. June 26, 
1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 859, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Stimida, Ryoichi. Ryoichi Sumida, report to accompany H. R. 733 [for relief of 
Ryoichi Sumida] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. July 8, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 904, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Swinney. J. M. J. M. Swinney, report to accompany S. 1348 [for relief of J. M. 
Swinney] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. June 26, 1941. 9 p. (H. rp. 872, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Swope, Homer J. Homer J. Swope, report to accompany S. 1392 [for relief of 
Homer J. Swope] ; submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washington. July 28, 1941. 10 p. 
(H. rp. 1060, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Talbert, Charles D. Estate of Charles D. Talbert, report to accompany H. R. 
793 [for relief of estate of Charles D. Talbert] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. 
July 28, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1043, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Thompson, Mrs. Delia. Mrs. Delia Thompson, report to accompany H. R. 4561 
[for relief of Mrs. Delia Thompson] ; submitted bv Mr. Pittenger. July 28, 
1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1054, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Van Dyke, W. L. B. W. L. B. Van Dyke, report to accompany H. R. 4117 [for 
relief of W. L. B. Van Dyke] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. June 27, 1941. 
7 p. (H. rp. 877, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wollan, Oscar G. Oscar C. Wollan. and others, report to accompany H. R. 3472 
[for relief of Oscar C. AVollan. Fred F. Diel, Laura I. Martin, Jane E. Koppes, 
and Helen Olson] ; submitted bv Mr. Keogh. Julv 28. 1&41. 20 p. (H. rp. 
1051, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ziegler, Walter M. Walter M. Ziegler, report to accompany H. R. 18.")4 [for 
relief of Walter M. Ziegler] ; submitted by l\Ir. Jennings. July 28, 1941. 6 p. 
( H. rp. 1044, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

DISTRICT OF COLLTMBIA COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, Julv 7, 1941 ; no. 7. 
1941. 35 p. 4° ? "y 4.D 63/1 : 77/7 

Child labor. Amending act to regulate employment of minoi's in District of 
Columbia, report to accompany H. R. 1047 [to amend act to regulate employ- 
ment of minors within the District of Columbia, so as to permit minors to 
appear on stage in District of Columbia in professional traveling theatrical 
productions or in musical recitals or concerts] ; submitted bv Mr. Randolph. 
July 9, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 916, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Imlustridl Acri(h lit rrcrcntioii liomd. Crt'iitinfj; Industrial Accidt'ut Prevpution 
Board in l>istrift of Coluiubia, and to define its powers and duties, report to 
accompany H. K. -yliVl: sulunitted hy Mr. Schulte. Jidy 9, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
91S, 77tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Liquora. Prohii)itinK issuance of alcoliolic beverage licenses in certain localities 
in District of ("ohnnbia and prohil)iting advertising price of such l)everages, 
report to accompany II. R. 4'.t71 : submitted by Mr. Schulte. July 10, 1941. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 131, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai)er, oc. 

Motor vehicles. Permitting sightseeing operations in District of Columliia with- 
out procurement of license or payment of tax, report to accompany II. K. 
4077 [to amend District of Columbia license act so as to permit sightseeing 
operations in District of Columbia, without procurement of license or juiyment 
of tax, in case of certain vehicles performing such operations in connection 
with transportation of persons to District of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. 
Randolph. July 10, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 929, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Pap'er, oe. 

Stcuart Brothers. Incorporated. Construction of certain pipe lines for petroleum 
and iK'troleum products in District of Columbia [by Steiiart Brothers, Incorpo- 
rated], report to accompany H. R. 45S2; submitted by Mr. Randolph. July 9, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 917, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Inter-Anicricaii Hl<ih\v<iy. hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 1544, to pro- 
vide for cooperation with Central American republics in construction of Inter- 
American Highway, June 3, 1941. 1941. ii+33 p. * Paper, 10c. 

y 4.F T6/1 : In 8/10 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Aliens. Promoting national defense by limiting entry of certain aliens Into 
United States, report [and minority views] to accompany H. R. 4873. [2 pts.] 
(H. rp. 8T5, 2 pts., TTth Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 4873 relates to aliens interned 
in nations at war.] 
L. C. card 41-50816 

[pt. 1.] Report; submitted by Mr. Alleu of Louisiana. .Tune 2(5, 1941. 3 p. * Paper, 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority views ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. June 30, 1941. 3 p. [Corrected 
print. 1st print does not read "Part 2."] * Paper. 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar showing status of all bills to date, 77th Congress, 
no. G; July 1, 1941. 1941. 56 p. large 8" t Y 4.1m 6/1 : 7T/6 

Frank, Ladislas. Ladislas Frank, report to accompany H. R. 4.^84 [for relief of 
Ladislas Frank] ; submitted by Mr. William T. Plieiffer. Julv 14. 1941. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 948, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Hoffman. Tihor. Tlbor Hoffman and Magda Hoffman, report to accompany 
H. R. 3315 [for relief of Tibor Hoffman and Magda Hoffman]; submitted bv 
Mr. Talle. July 16, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 966. TTth Con.g. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

Krau-%9, Wilhchn W. Dr. Wilhelm Wolfgang Krauss. report to accompany H. R. 
4047 [to grant status of quota immigrant to Wilhelm Wolfgang Krauss] ; 
submitted hy Mr. King. July 23, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 987, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Rat, Mrs. Doris M. Doris Mongol Rai. report to accompany H. R. 4604 [for relief 
of Doris Mongol Rai] : submitted bv Mr. Mason. Julv 28, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1066, TTth Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rosenherg, Fisil. Fisil Ro.senberg and his wife Sofie. report to accompany H. R. 
2697 [for relief of Fisil Rosenberg and his wife Sotie] : submitted by Mr. 
Maciejewski. July 14, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 947, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pap'er. 5c. 

Rosenberg, M. L. Leopold. M. L. Leopold Rosenberg and his wife Lisa, report to 
accompany H. R. 269S [for relief of M. L. Leopold Rosenberg and his wife Lisa] ; 
sulnnitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 14. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 9i9. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendar. Legislative calendiir, 77tli Congress, July 1. 1941 : no. 3. 1941. 40 p. 4" 
[Number 2 not available.] % Y 4.1m 2/1 : 77/3 

Central Valley projeet. Acquisition of Indian lands for Central Valley project, 
Calif., report to accompany H. R. 4261; submitted by Mr. Rojiers of Oklahoma. 
July 3, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 897, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cheyenne-Arapafio Indians, Oklahoma, set aside lands, report to accompany H. R. 
50)5 [to set aside lands in Oklahoma for Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Indians] ; 
submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. July 3, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 896, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Research. Engineering experiment stations and physical sciences research, hear- 
ings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4454, to aid in measures for national 
defense by development and testing of new devices and materials and by direct- 
ing natural resources to that end, and at all times to increase industrial 
employment and to enhance national prosperity by aiding and jjromoting re- 
search and training of research workers in engineering experiment stations 
coimected with colleges and schools of engineering in the several State and 
Territorial universities and colleges. H. R. 106, to aid engineering and industrial 
research in connection with colleges and schools of engineering in the several 
State and Territorial universities and colleges, H. R. 3366, to promote industry 
and commerce through research in physical sciences, June 3 and 4, 1941. 1941. 
iv-(-93 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4. In 8/4 : En 3/2 

INVALID PENSIONS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Fulk, Willard. ^\■illard Fulk. report to accompany H. R. 1932 [granting pension 
to Willard Fulk] ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 1941. 11 p. (H. rp. 
974, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] * Paper. 5c. 

Hobson. Mrs. Grizelda H. Grizelda Hull Hobson, report to accompany H. R. 
3312 [granting increase of pension to Grizelda Hull Hobson, widow of Rich- 
mond Pearson Hobson] ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 1941. 5 p. (H. 
rp. 977, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Moffett, Mrs. Jeannette W. Jeaunette W. Moffett, report to accompany H. R. 
3560 [granting increase of pension to Jeannette W. Moffett. widow of AVilliam 
A. Moffett] : submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 1941. 20 p. (H. rp. 976, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Mr. 
Rivers instead of Mr. Lesinski.] * Paper, 5c. 

Pensions. Increase of pensions payable to dependents of veterans of Regular 
Establishment, report to accompany H. R. 1030; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. 
July 16, 1941. 12 p. (H. rp. 964, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Corrected print.] 
* Pai^er, 5c. 

Pensions and increase of pensions to certain dependents of veterans of 

Civil War. report to accompany H. R. .")367 [substituted for H. R. 905 and other 
bills]; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 21, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 978, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Pensions to certain dependent parents notwithstanding remarriage, hear- 
ings. 77th Congress. 1st session, on H. R. 2855, Mav 2 and 13. 1941. 1941. 
iii+13 p. * Paper, .5c. Y 4.1n 8/5 : P 21 

Regular Establishment, arrested tuberculosis contracted while in service, 

hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 1038, to amend Public law num- 
bered 257, 76th Congress, approved Aug. 4, 1939, so as to provide pensions to 
peacetime veterans of Regular Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, 
suffering from arrested tuberculosis contracted while in service. May 27, 1941. 
1941. iii-l-51 p. * Paper, 10c. Y4.In8/5:T79 

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988 Government Publications 

Pensions — Continued. 

Regular Establishment, disability pensions and retired pay for peacetime 

veterans, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 10J9, to remove dis- 
criminations against disabled retired enlisted men of Army, Navy, Marine 
Corps, and Coast Guard, who served in war. May 13, 1941. 1941. iii+17 p. 
* Paper, 5c. Y 4. In 8/5 : D 63/2 

Scanlon, James J. James J. Scanlon, report to accompany H. R. 1759 [granting 
increase of pension to James J. Scanlon] ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 
1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 973, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Taylor, Mrs. Imoycn M. Imogen Morris Taylor, report to accompany H. R. 
4301 [granting increase of pension to Imogen Morris Taylor, widow of David "W. 
Taylor] ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 975, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



Wells, Albert E. Albert E. Wells, report to accompany H. R. 1360 [granting 
pension to Albert E. Wells] ; submitted by Mr. Lesinski. July 17, 1941. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 972, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Bankruptcy. Administration of bankruptcy act, referees in bankruptcy, hearings 
before special subcommittee on bankruptcy and reorganization, 77th Congress, 
1st session, on H. R. 4394, to amend act to establish uniform system of bank- 
ruptcy throughout United States, and acts amendatory thereof and supple- 
mentary thereto, June 2-27, 1941. 1941. lv+406p. (Serial 7.) * Paper, 40c. 

Y 4. J 89/1 : B 22/19 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 3 and 24, 1941 ; 
no. 12 and 13. 1941. 116 p. and 126 p. 4° ? Y 4. J 89/1 : 77/12, 13 

Cattle. Transporting stolen cattle in Interstate commerce, report to accompany 
S. 1261 [to provide for punishment of persons transporting stolen cattle in 
interstate commerce] ; submitted by Mr. Walter. July 14, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 
936, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Judges. Trial of good behavior of Federal judges, report [and minority views] 
to accompany H. R. 146. [2 pts.] (H. rp. 921, 2 pts., 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
L. C. card 41-50822 

[pt. 1.] Report; submitted by Mr. Sumners of Texas. July 10. 1941. 7 p. •Paper, 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority views ; submitted by Mr. Gwynne. July 24, 1941. 3 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Sabotage. Punishment for sabotage against materials intended for export, report 
to accompany H. R. 1054 [to amend act to punish acts of interference with 
foreign relations, neutrality, and foreign commerce of United States, to punish 
espionage, and better to enforce criminal laws of United States] ; submitted 
by Mr. McLaughlin. July 21, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 981, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50865 

Vermont. Readjustment of account between United States and Vermont, report 
to accompany S. J. Res. 1 : submitted by Mr. Walter. July 15, 1941. 10 p. 
(H. rp. 953, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

LIBRARY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Muhlenberff, Henry M. Providing for representation of Government and people 
of United States in observance of 200th anniversary of coming of Henry Melchior 
Muhlenberg to American Colonies, report to accompany H. J. Res. 208 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Secrest. July 16, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 958, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[Corrected print. H. J. Res. 208 establishes the United States Muhlenberg 
Bicentennial CommLssion.] * Paper, 5c. 

Rainbow Division, A. E. F. Authorizing Rainbow Division Aeterans to erect 
suitable memorial to Rainbow (42d) Division, American Expeditionary Forces 
[in District of Columbia], report to accompany H. R. 3261; submitted by 
Mr. Secrest. July 15, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 950, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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July 1941 989 

Smithsonian Institution. Providing for filling of vacancy which will occur Aug. 6, 
1941, in board of regents of Smithsonian Institution of class other than 
Members of Congress [by reappointment of Frederic A. Delano], report to 
accompany H. J. Res. 195; submitted by Mr. Secrest. July 14, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 940, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Virginia {Merrim'ac) -Monitor Commission. Amending Virginia (Merri mac) -Moni- 
tor Commission, report to accompany H. Con. Res. 38 [to amend H. Con. Res. 
32, 76th Congress, establishing commission to be known as Virginia (Merrimac)- 
Monitor Commission, so as to extend life of commission and time for makii.g 
1st report] ; submitted by Mr. Secrest. July 14, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 946, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MERCHANT MARINH AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE, HOTJBB 

Sailors. Manning requirements on any vessel, report to accompany H. R. 4446; 
submitted by Mr. Bland. July 15, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 951, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Relating to able seamen on seagoing barges, report to accompany H. R. 

4946; submitted by Mr. Bland. June 27, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 876, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Shipping. Waiving navigation and inspection laws, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st 
session, on H. R. 5111, authorizing waiver of navigation and inspection laws 
during national emergency, Julv 1, 1941. 1941. iii-fSl p. * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.M 53 : N 22/4 

Waiving navigation and vessel-inspection laws [during national emergency], 

report to accompany H. R. 5111 ; submitted by Mr. Bland. July 24, 1941. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 1038, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50868 

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, IIOXSE 

Army. Authorizing designation of Army mail clerks and assistant Army mail 
clerks, report to accompany H. R. 4769; submitted by Mr. May. July 28, 1941, 

1 p. (H. rp. 1062, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Army Medical Library and Jiluseum Building. Authorizing Secretary of War to 
proceed with construction of certain public works, report to accompany H. R. 
5146 [to amend act to authorize Secretary of War to proceed with construction 
of certain public works in connection with War Department in District of 
Columbia, namely, building for Army Medical Library and Army Medical 
Museum, so as to authorize appropriation for purchase of site] ; submitted by 
Mr. May. June 28. 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 884, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50818 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session ; 5th edition. 1941. 
124 p. 4° [Number 4 not available.] t Y 4.M 59/1 : 77/5 

Haivaii. Authorizing Secretary of War to convey to Hawaii lands on island of 
Oahu. T. H., in consideration of governor of Hawaii having transferred to 
United States lands in Hawaiian Islands, report to accompanv S. 1346 : submitted 
by Mr. King. July 24, 1941. 6 p. ( H. rp. 1034, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Hickam Field. Authorizing maintenance and use of banking house upon military 
reservation at Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii [by Bishop National Bank of 
Hawaii], report to accompany H. R. 586; submitted by Mr. King. July 24, 1941. 

2 p. (H. rp. 1036, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Home guards. Amending sec. 61 of national defense act of June 3, 1916, report 
to accompany S. 173 [to amend sec. 61 of national defense act of Jvme 3, 1916, 
as amended, for purpose of extending to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, and Canal 
Zone permission to organize military units not part of National Guard which 
was granted to States by amendments made to such section by act of Oct. 21 
1940] ; submitted by Mr. King. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1035, 77th Cong. 
1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

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990 Government Pi hmcaiiuns 

Jloiiolidu. Ilinrnii. Authorizing apiiroprijitioii for purposi' of estaDlis>liiii^ natiotiui 
c'onu'lery :il Honolulu. T. H., report to iicconipaiiy H. li. 588; submitted by Mr. 
King. July 24, 1!J41. 2 p. (H. rp. l()o7. 77th Coiig. 1st sess. ) * I'aper, u<-. 

M(thiiliii>(i uiUlUinj rcsm-dtion. Authorizing sale of Government-owned lands in 
Hawaii [eoniiirising remaining portion of M.ikalapa military reservation) to 
Honolulu Plantation Co., report to accompany S. 1345: submitted by Mr. King. 
July 24, 11)41. 2 p. (H. rp. lO;^, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai)er, r>e. 

MUitanj AcKidcniy. West Point. ^Maintaining corps of cadets at Military Academy 
at authorized strength, report to accompany S. 1447: submitte<l by Mr. Miiy. 
June 28, liMl. 5 p. (H. rp. 885, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50819 

Officers, Army. Suspending sec. 24b of national defen.se Mct and authorizing more 
expeditious procedure to vitalize active list of Army, repoit to accompany 
H. J. Kes. 203; submitted by Mr. May. July 15, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 955, 77tJi 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Papei', 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50861 

To authorize temporary appointments of ofiicers in Army of United States, 

report to accompany H. J. Res. 199; submitted by Mr. M:iy. July 15, 1941. 
3 p. (H. rp. 9.".4, 77lh Cong. 1st sess. » * Paper, ."c. 

Raiv materials. Strategic and critical materials, interim report pursuant to 
H. Res. 162 [authorizing Committee on Military Affairs and Committee on 
Naval Affairs to study progress of national-defense program] ; submitted by 
Mr. May. July 21. 1941. 42 p. (H. rp. 982, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes 
minority reiwrt.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50866 



amended, 
ates 



Recruitinf/ and enlistment. Amending sec. 1118. RevLsed statutes, as amenc 
to eliminate prohibition against enlistment in military service of United Stn 
of any per.son convicted of felony, report to accompany S. 1110; .submitted 
by Mr. May. July 15, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 957, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50S63 

Saxmge, John L. Authorizing temporary detail of John L. Savage to service under 
Australian Commonwealth, report to accompany S. 1488 ; submitted by Mr. 
May. June 25, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 852, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tennessee Vallei/ Authority. Amending sec. 9(b) of Tennessee Valley Authority 
act, as amended by sec. 14 of act of Aug. 31, 1935 [relative to accounts of the 
Authority], report to accompany H. R. 4961; submitted by Mr. ]May. July 15, 
1941. 6 "p. (H. rp. 956, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50862 

Vancouver Barracks. Granting certain rights to Vancouver. Wash., report to 
accompany H. K. 393;^ [to grant Vancouver. Wash., road rights-of-way on 
Vancouver Barracks military reservation and retrocession of jurisdiction there- 
over to State of Washington]; submitted by Mr. INIay. June 28. 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 887, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 



NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. HOUSE 



Aviation 
to be pa 
no. 433 
[letter from 
concerning 



cadets. Authorizing subsistence allowance provided for aviation cadets 
laid to messes in manner as prescribed by act of Mar. 14. ISMO (Public 
;. 7()lh Cong.), H. II. 5183. [introduced by] Mr. Vinson of Georgia: 
* — 11 acting Secretary of Navv to Sjieaker of House of Representatives 
bill]. [1941.] p. 1509. "(No. 125.) * Paper. .1c. 

Y4.N22/la: 941-42/125 

Bennett, Willard .S. For relief of Willard Stewart Bennett. H. R. 4895 [intro- 
duced by] Mr. Healey; [letter from acting Secretary of Navy to chairman 
of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. [1941.] p. 1513. (No. 127.) 
* Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/127 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th (^ongress. 1st session, July 21, 1941 : t\o. 6. 
1941. 94 p. r t Y 4.N 22/1 : 77/6 

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July 19il 991 

Foute, Bemcy E. For relief of Berney Earnest Foote, H. R. 4908, [introduced by] 
Mr. Coffee of ■Washington ; [letter from acting Seci'etary of Navy to chairman 
of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. [1041.] p. 1.515-16. (No. 
12S. ) * Taper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/128 

Gliders (aircraft). Hearings [77tli Congress, 1st session] and report of aero- 
nantics .snocommitree on gliders, autogiros, helicopters, and underground 
hangars. [11)41.] p. 1517-1611. (No. 129.) * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/129 

McMalwn, Raymond J. For relief of Raymond J. McMahon. report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3731: submitted by Mr. Magnuson. July 10, 1941. 3 p. ( H. rp. 
930, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, He. 

yaval Acadciiii/. Ainiaijolix. Authorizing course of instruction at Naval Academy 
to be given to 1 ijerson from each Aniei-ican republic, repi>rt to accompany 
S. 207 [to authorize course of instruction at Naval Academy to be given to not 
exceeding 2il persons at a time from American republics, other than United 
States] : suliinitted by Mr. Maas. June 26, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 874, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, ."c. 
L. V. card 41-50815 • 

Xaval J'rsrrvc. To authorize appointment of certain reserve officers to the line 
of liegular Navy, H. R. 4808. [introduced by] Mr. Cole of New York; [letter 
fr<nu acting Secretary of Navy to chairman of Committee on Naval Affairs 
concenn'ng bill). [1941.] p. 1505. (No. 123.) * Paper. 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/123 
.V(/r// l)<i)artiiic)\t. Anthoi'izing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction 

of certain public works, report to accompany H. R. 5312; submitted by Mr. 
Vinson of Oeorgia. July 22, 1941. 30 p. I H. rp. 985, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Hearing |77th C()ngress. 1st session], on H. R. 5009, authorizing employ- 
ment of additional per.sonnel in Navy Department. [1941.] p. 1465-1503. 
(No. 122. ) * Paper, 10c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/122 

0-iK U. S. Kuhmariiie. Directing Secretary of Navy to transmit certain informa- 
tion to House of Re])resentatives, adverse report to accompany H. Res. 250 
[rerpK'sting Secretary of Naw to supply Congress with all data on submarine 
()-'>| : submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. July 9. 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 915, 
77th Cong. 1st .se.ss. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers, Coast Guard. To provide for reimbursement of officers on sea duty 
when deprived of quarters on board ship, H. R. 4947, [introduced by] Mr. 
Vinson of Georgia ; [letter from acting Secretary of Treasury to chairman of 
Committee on Naval Affairs requesting that bill be amended to apply to officers 
of Co;isr Guard as well as to officers of Naw and Marine Corps]. [1941.] 
p. 1507. (No. 124.) * Paper, 5c. Y -l.N 22/la : 941-42/124 

San Diego, Calif. To authorize Secretary of Navy to grant to San Diego for 
street piu'poses parcel of land situated in [Naval Training Station] San Diego, 
Calif., H. R. 5187, [introduced hy| Mr. Vinson of Georgia; [letter from acting 
Secretary of Navy to Speaker of House of Representatives concerning bill]. 
[1941.] p. 1511. (No. 126.) * Paper, 5c. Y 4. N 22/la : 941-42/126 

San Francisco Bay. Requesting Secretary of Navy to appoint board to investigate 
and report on need for coiistrnetipg bridge [across San Francisco Bay] between 
Hunters Point and Bay Farm Island, report to accompany H. Res. 158: sub- 
mitted by Mr. Izac. July 17, 1941. 1 p. ( H. rp. 967, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Shiphuildinf/. Authorizing appropriations for Navy, additional shipbuilding, ship 
repair, and ordnance-manufacturing facilities, report to accompany H. R. 5256; 
submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. July 14, 1941. 16 p. (H.'rp. 934, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50860 

Hearing [77th Congress 1st .'fession]. on H. R. 5256, authorizing appropria- 
tions f(n- Navy, additional shipbuilding, ship repair, and ordnance manufac- 
turing facilities. [1941.] p. 1613-98. (No. 130.) * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/130 

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992 Government Publications 

PATENTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Patents. Disclaimers in patents, report to accompany H. R. 5258 [to simplify 
practice in cases where patent is or may be in part valid and in part invalid] ; 
submitted by Mr. Kramer. July 24, 1041. 4 p. (H. rp. 990, 77tli Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Prohibiting proof of acts done by inventor in foreign countries, report to 

accompany H. 1{. 2519 ; submitted by Mr. Lanham. June 19, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
788, 77th Gong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

PENSIONS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Pensions. Granting increases in pensions to certain widows and dependents of 
persons who served in military or naval forces of United States during War 
with Spain, Boxer Rebellion, or Philippine insurrection, report to accompany 
H. R. 5339; submitted by Mr. Smith of Wa>;hington. July 17, 1941. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 068, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Granting pensions and increase of ijensions to certain soldiers and sailors, 

etc., report to accompany H. R. 2310 [to amfrnd sec. 2 of act granting pensions 
and increase of pensions to soldiers and sailors of War with Spain, Philippine 
insurrection, or China Relief Expedition, to maimed soldiers, to widows, minor 
children, and helpless children of such soldiers and sailors, and for other pur- 
poses, approved May 1. 1926, so as to advance restricting date of marriage 
for widows to Jan. 1, 1938] ; *;ubmitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. July 17, 
1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 970, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Providing Spanish War veterans wartime pension rates for service-con- 
nected disability or death of certain veterans of Spanish-American War [rec- 
ognized by veterans regulations as "veterans of any war"], report to accompary 
H. R. 1782; submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. July 17, 1941. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 969, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Providing that pensions otherwise payable for child of deceased veteran 

of Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion, or Philippine insurrection shall 
continue until child reaches age of 21 where he is attending accredited school, 
report to accompany H. R. 2096; submitted by Mr. Smith of Washington. 
July 17, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 971, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

POST OFFICE AND POST ROADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Letter carriers. Heavy duty rural route bill, report to accompany H. R. 4210 
[to adjust salaries of rural letter carriers] ; submitted by Mr. Burch. July 3. 
1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 809, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Motor Vehicle Service Division. Classification of substitute driver-mechanic in 
postal service, report to accompany H. R. 2077 ; submitted by Mr. Forand. 
July 3, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 900, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Postal service. Automatic promotions for custodial-service employees in postal 
service, report to accompany H. R. 2075 [to extend to custodial-service em- 
ployees employed by Post Office Department certain benefits applicable to postal 
employees] ; submitted by Mr. Haines. July 7, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 902, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Fixing number of working days per year for postal employees, report to 

accompany H. R. 3932 [to standardize working year for postal employees] ; 
submitted by Mr. Burch. July 7, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 903, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Longevity pay for postal employees, report to accompany H. R. 1057 ; 

submitted by Mr. Flannery. July 10. 1041. 2 p. (H. rp. 922, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

Po-^tmn.^tvrs. Fourth-class postmasters' salary bill, hearing before subcommittee 
no. 1, 77th Congress, 1st sessio-n, on H. R. Ol!;", to place postmasters at 4th-class 
post oflices on annual-salary basis, and fix their rate of pay, and provide 
allowances for rent, fuel, light, and equipment, and fix rates thereof, June 
30, U)41. 1041. iii-fll p. * Paper, .5c. Y 4.P 84/1 : Sa 3/9 

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Postmasters — Continued. 

Fourth-class postmasters salary bill, report [and supplemental report] to 

accompany H. R. 965 [to place postmasters at 4th-class post offices on annual- 
salary basis, and fix their rate of pay, and provide allowances for rent, fuel, 
light, and equipment, and fix rates thereof] ; submitted by Mr. Burch. [2 pts.] 
(H. rp. 898, 2 pts., 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

[pt. 1.] Report. July 3, 1941. 2 p. * Paper, 5o. 
pt. 2. Supplemental report. July 15, 1941. 2 p. ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Railway Mail Service. Relating to compensation of former employees of Rail- 
way Mail Service in certain positions and reinstated prior to Aug. 14, 1937, 
report to accompany H. R. 3367 ; submitted by Mr. Sweeney. July 8, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 914, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Special delivery. Clarifying employment status of special-delivery messengers, 
report to accompany H. R. 2528 ; submitted by Mr. Hendricks. July 16, 1941. 
4 p. (H. rp. 959, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PRINTING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Soldiers. Printing information on Federal benefits available to veterans and 
their dependents, report to accompany H. Res. 238 [authorizing printing of 
revised edition of pamphlet containing information concerning monetary and 
other benefits available to persons who have served in armed forces of United 
States, prepared by Wright Patman] ; submitted by Mr. Jarman. June 30, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 893, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PUBLIC LANDS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Airports. Leasing of public lands for public aviation fields, report to accompany 
S. 1480 [to amend act to authorize leasing of public lands for use as public 
aviation fields, as amended, so as to increase area which may be leased for use 
as public airport] ; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 10, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 928, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Alaska. Authorizing sale of pubUc lands in Alaska to North Pacific Union Con- 
ference Association of Seventh-day Adventists, report to accompany H. R. 
4347; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 10, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 925, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Bryce Canyon National Park. Correcting description of land added to Bryce 
Canyon National Park, Utah [pursuant to act of Feb. 17, 1931], report to 
accompany H. R. 2300; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 10, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 923, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Coronado International Memorial, report to accompany S. 752 [for establishment 
of Coronado International Memorial in Arizona] ; submitted by Mr. Murdock. 
July 10, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 927, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Accepting cession by North Carolina 
and Tennessee of exclusive jurisdiction over lands embraced within Great 
Smoky Mountains National Park, report to accompany H. R. 2.320; submitted 
by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 938, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Isle Royale National Park. Accepting cession by Michigan of exclusive juris- 
diction over lands embraced within Isle Royale National Park, report to 
accompany H. R. 3014; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. Julv 14, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 937, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Adding lands to Isle Royale National Park, Mich., report to accompany 

H. R. 4386; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
935, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 4386 abolishes Siskiwit Islands Bird Res- 
ervation and makes it part of Isle Royale National Park.] * Paper. 5c. 

Kemmcrer, Wyo. Authorizing conveyance of lands to Kemmerer. Wyo.. report 
to accompany H. R. 4932; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. Julv 14, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 939, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Ohimp'u- XdtiointI J'dik. Accepting cession by State of Washington of exclusive 
jurisdiction over lands embraced within Olympic National Park, reix>rt to 
accompany H. R. 43;^6 ; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. July 10, 1941. j 
2 p. ( H. rp. 924, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. j 

Sequoia Aatioiial Forest. Adding lands to Sequoia National Forest, Calif., ' 
reiwrt to accompany H. R. 4975 ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 
10, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 926, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

RIVEKS AND HARBORS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

North Slough. Extending times for commencing and completing construction of 
dam and dike for preventing flow of tidal waters into North Slough in Coos 
County, Oreg. [by Highway Department of Oregon, North Slough Drainage 
District, and North Slough Diking District], report to accompany H. R. 4835; 
submitted by 'Sir. Angell. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 942, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

KOADS committej:, house 

Roads. Defense highway act of 1941, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on 
H. R. 4935, to supplement Federal aid road act, approved July 11. 1916. as 
amended and supplemented, to authorize appropriations during national emer- 
gency declared by the President, May 27, 1941, for immediate construction of 
roads urgentlv needed for national defen.se, June 5-11, 1941. 19il. 111+261 p. 
il. * Paper, 20c. Y 4.R 53/2 : H 53/2 

Defense highway act of 1941, report to accompany H. R. 5110 [to supple- 
ment Federal aid road act. approved July 11. 1916, as amended and supple- 
mented, to authorize appmpriations during national emergency declared by the 
President, ilay 27. 1941, fur immediate construction of roads urgently needed 
for national defense] ; submitted by Mr. Robinson of I'tah. June 30, 1941. 
10 p. (H. rp. 890. 77th Cong. 1st .sess.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50820 

RULES COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Aliens. Consideration of H. R. 3. report to accompany H. Res. 275 [for considera- 
tion of H. R. 3. to invest Circuit Courts of Appeals with original and exclusive 
jurisdiction to review order of detention of any alien ordered deported from 
United States whose deportation or departure from United States otherwise is 
not effectuated within 90 days after date warrant of deportation shall have 
become final, to authorize such detention orders in certain cases, to provide 
places for such detention, and for other purposes] : submitted by Mr. Cox. 
July 21, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 980, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bills. Amending Rule 13 of House of Representatives, report to accompany 
H. Res. 240 [to amend Rule 13 of House of Representatives, .so that, whenever 
a committee shall report bill amending existing law. such bill shall set forth 
language of amendment in full as section or sections to be amended will read 
after such amendment is adopted] : submitted bv Mr. Smith of Virginia. 
July 16. 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 963, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c-. 

Goi-eninient offices. Creating committee to investigate feasibility of transferring 
certain bureaus of the Government from District of Columbia, report to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 198 ; submitted by Mr. Sabatli. June 27. 1941. 1 p. ( H. rp. 879. 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Ti'ansferring certain Government agencies from District of Cohunbia, 

report to accompany H. Res. 257 [creating committee to investigate feasibility 
of transferring certain bureaus and agencies of the Goverinnent from District 
of Columbia] : submitted by Mr. Sabath. July 10. 1!141. 1 p. (H. rp. 932, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Internal revenue. Consideration of H. R. 5417. report to accompany H. Res. 279 
[for consideration of H. R. 5417. to provide revenue] : submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
July 28. 1941. 1 p. ( H. rp. lOdS. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc* 

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National defcnne. Consideratiou of H. R. 5412, report to accompany H. Res. 278 
[waiving points of order against provisions in H. R. 5412, making supplemental 
appropriations for national defense, fiscal year 1942] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
July 28, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1064, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Radiomen. Consideration of H. R. 5074, report to accompany H. Res. 274 [for 
consideratiou of H. R. 5074, to provide additional safeguards to radio com- 
munications service of ships of United States in interest of national defense] ; 
submitted by Mr. Colmer. July 21, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 979, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Roads. Consideration of H. R. 5110, report to accompany H. Res. 270 [for consid- 
eration of H. R. 5110, to supplement Federal aid road act, approved July 11, 1916, 
as amended and supplemented, to authorize appropriations during national 
emergency declared by the President, May 27, 1941, for immediate construction 
of roads urgently needed for national defense] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
July 16, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 961, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

St. Laivrcnce River. Investigation of St. Lawrence waterways project [by Rivers 
and Harbors Committee, House], report to accompany H. Res. 248; submitted 
by Mr. Sabath. June 27, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 880, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Shipbuilding. House resolution 271, report to accompany H. Res. 271 [for con- 
sideration of H. R. 5256, authorizing appropriations for Navy, additional ship- 
building, ship repair, and ordnance manufacturing facilities] ; submitted by 
Mr. Sabath. July 16, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 962, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

TERRITORIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Alaska. Protection of walruses in Alaska, report to accompany H. R. 1606 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Patton. June 28, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 883, 77lh Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50817 

To amend organic act of Alaska, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on 

H. R. 4397, to amend sec. 4 of act to create Legislative Assembly in Alaska, 
to confer legislative power thereon, and for other purposes [so as to provide 
for representation in Legislature on basis of pnimlation], June 24 and 25, 1941. 
1&41. ii-f51 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4.T 27/1 : Al 1/65 

Copper River and Northiv< stern Raihcay. Alaska legislation, hearing, 77th Con- 
gress, 1st session, June 24, 1941. 1941. ii+10 p. * Paper, 5c. 

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Note. — Thi.s heariiiK is on S. 1280, iiiitliorizing Copper River and Northwe.stern 
Railway Company to convey to United States its railroad right-of-way and other rail- 
road properties in Alaska, for use as public lii^'bway. tramroad, or tramway, and H. R. 
1606, for protection of walruses in Alaska. 

Railroad right-of-way in Alaska, report to accompany S. 1289 [authorizing 

Copix'r River and Northwestern Railway Company to convey to United States 
its railroad right-of-way and other railroad properties in Alaska, for use as 
public highway, tramroad, or tramway] ; submitted by Mr. Traynor. June 25, 
1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 850, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

WAYS AIS'U ME.\NS COMMITTEE, HOX'SE 

Internal revenue. Revenue bill of 1941, report to accompany H. R. 5417; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Doughton. July 24, 1941. 77 p. (H. rp. 1040, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [Includes individual views and supplemental views of Republican 
minor it v.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50869 

WORLD WAR VEH-ERANS' LEGISLATION COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Pensions. World War veterans' legislation, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, 
on H. R. 4 [and other bills] to amend certain laws and veterans regulations 
affecting World War veterans and their dependents. 1941. iv+332 p. 

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SENATE 

Calendar of business, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 3-31, 1941 ; no. 77-88. 
1941. various paging, large 8° [Daily when Senate is in session. The legis- 
lative day of July 28 extended through the calendar day July 31.] t 

Y 1.3: 77-1/77-88 

Library. Index of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in char- 
acter) for 74th, 75th, and 76th Congresses (Jan. 3, 1935- Jan. 3, 1941), in Senate 
Library; compiled by Senate Library. 1941. v-f-402 p. [Supplement to 1935 
index.] * Paper, 55c. 
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Recruiting and enlistment. Evil effects of short-term Army enlistments, extracts 
from Military policy of United States, by Emory Upton; presented by Mr. 
Hayden. 1941. [l]+15p. (S. doc. 90, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50871 

AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEE:, SENATE 

Agricultural products. Formula for determining parity prices, hearing, 77th 
Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 117, relating to formula for determin- 
ing parity prices for basic farm commodities. May 29, 1941. 1941. iii-flOO p. 

• Paper, 15c. Y 4.Ag 8/2 : P 93/4 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, July 12, 1941 ; no. 10. 1941. 
61 p. 4° [Number 9 not available.] t Y 4.Ag 8/2 : 77/10 

Cattle. Authorizing charging of fees for brand inspection under packers and 
stocklards act, 1921, as amended, report to accompany H. R. 5204 ; submitted 
by Mr. Smith. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 5M, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Cumberland River. Amending Tennessee Valley Authority act of 1933 [so as to 
give the Authority control over Cumberland River, its tributaries, and Cumber- 
land River basin], report to accompanv S. 1539; submitted by Mr. Norris. 
July 24, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 567, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50876 

Deschutes National Forest. Providing for acquisition of lands for and addition 
thereof to Deschutes National Forest in Oregon, report to accompany S. 852; 
submitted by Mr. McNary. June 28, legislative day June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 
492, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Roads. Amending sec. 17 of Federal highway act, report to accompany S. 599 
[to amend sec. 17 of Federal highway act, so as to permit use of rights-of-way 
along highways and forest roads for equipment and storage sheds] ; submitted 
by Mr. McNary. June 28, legislative day June 26, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 491, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wheat. Amending Public law 74 (77th Cong.), relating to wheat-marketing 
quotas under agricultural adjustment act of 1938, as amended report to ac- 
company H. R. 5300 [to amend Public law numbered 74. 77tb Congress, relating 
to wheat-marketing quotas under agricultural adjustment act of 1938, as 
amended, and to provide for withholding from normal channels of trade and 
commerce cotton of 1940 and previous crops which is owned by the Govern- 
ment or which is pledged as security for Government loans] ; submitted by 
Mr. Smith. July 25. 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. .591, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, oc. 

AMERICAN SMATX BUSINESS, SPECIAL COMMITOEE TO STUDY PROBUTMS OF, SENATE 

Business. Small business problems, report pursuant to Senate resolution 298 
(76th Congress), to appoint special committee to study and survey problems of 
small business enterprises; [submitted by ^Ir. Mead for Mr. Murray]. 1941. 
v+79 p. (S. rp. 479, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [This reiKirt is on the Federal 
reports act of 1941.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50826 

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APPBOPRIATIONS (WMMITTEE, SENATE 

Appropriations. Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1941, hearings before sub- 
committee, 77th Congress. 1st session, on H. R. 5166, making appropriations 
to supply deficiencies in appropriations for fiscal year 1941 and prior fiscal 
years, to provide supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1942, and for 
other purposes. 1941. ii+111 p. * Paper, 15c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : D 36/941-4 

Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1941, report to accompany H. R. 5166 

[making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for fiscal year 
1941 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations for fiscal 
year 1942, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Adams. June 28, legislative 
day June 26, 1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 493, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority 
views.] * Paper, 5c. 

District of Columbia. District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 
hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5049. 1941. 
ii+329 p. * Paper, 25c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : D 63/942 

District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fi.scal year] 1942, report to ac- 
company H. R. 5049; submitted by Mr. Overton. June 26, 1941. 9 p. (S. rp. 

478, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

• 

Tennessee Vallcij Authority. Additional appropriation for Tennessee Valley 

Authority, fiscal year 1942, report to accompanv H. J. Res. 194; submitted by 

Mr. Adams. July 8, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 521, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

■ Tennessee Valley Authority, 1942, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on 

H. J. Res. 194, making additional appropriation for Tennessee Valley Authority, 
fiscal year 1942. 1941. ii+ 107 p. * Paper, 15c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : T 25/2/942 

War Department. Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 
hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4965. 1941. 
ii-l-118 p. 1 tab. * Paper, 20c. Y 4.Ap 6/2 : W 19/942 

BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Commodity Credit Corporation, report to accompany H. R. 4972 [to extend life 
and increase credit resources of Commodity Credit Corporation]; submitted by 
Mr. Brown. June 28, legislative day June 26, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 490, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Oovei-nment offlcials and employees. Amending classification act of 1923, as 
amended, hearing before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 1432, 
to establish system of automatic salary increases within Federal service, 
S. 1634, to amend classification act of 1923, as amended, H. R. 1073, to amend 
classification act of 1923, as amended, June 27. 1941. 1941. iii+31 p. 

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Amending classification act of 1923, as amended [so as to regulate granting 

of increases in pay to Government employees], report to accompany H. R. 1073; 
submitted by Mr. Mead. July 3, 1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 503. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50834 

Postmasters. Amending residence requirements for certain postmaster appoint- 
ments, report to accompany H. R. 1618; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 7, 
legislative day July 3, 1941. 3 p. ( S. rp. 505, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

CI.AIMS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Automatic Temperature Control Co., Inc., report to accompany H. R. 3121 [for 
relief of Automatic Temperature Control Company, Incorporated] ; submitted 
by Mr. Tunnell. July 10. 1941. 6 p. (S. rp. 535. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Batchelor, Will A. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Batchelor, report to accompany H. R. 
38()1 [for relief of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Batchelor] ; submitted by Mr. Ro.sler 
for Mr. Ellender. July 10, 11I41. 18 p. ( S. rp. 522. 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) 
*raptn% ac. 

Buzhy, H. Elton. H. E. Buzby, report to accompany H. R. 288S [for relief of 
H. E. Huzbyl; submitted by Mr. Capper. July 10. 1!)41. 6 p. (S. rp. 531, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Chalker, Carl. Carl Chalker, report to accompany S. 1550 [for relief of Carl 
Chalker] ; .submitted by Mr. Tunnell. July 14, 1041. 6 p. (S. rp. 547. 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, ."c. 

Chetkovich. .Mike. Mike Chetkovich, report to accompany S. ie;67 [for relief of 
Mike Chetkovich] ; submitted by Mr. Schwartz. July 7. legislative dav July 3, 
1041. 26 p. (S. rp. 507, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pajier, 5c. 

CooA-, Ircif M. I. M. Cook and others, report to accompany S. 1709 [conferring 
jurisdiction upon district court for western district of North Carolina to hear, 
determine, and render judgments upon claims against United States of I. M. 
Cook, J. J. Allen, Radiator Specialty Company, and R. and W. Motor Lines, 
Incorporated] : submitted by Mr. Schwartz. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 
21 p. (S. rp. 508, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cordcr. Willian). William Corder, report to accompany S. 1429 [for relief of 
William Corder): .submitted by Mr. Tunnell for Mr. "Hughes. July 10, 1941. 
op. ( S. rp. 52G. 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

Cromer, William. William Cromer, report to accompany 11. R. 2382 [for relief 
of William Cromer] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell for Mr. Hughes. Julv 10, 
1941. 6 p. (S. rp. 528. 77th Cong. 1st ses.s.) * Paper, 5c. 

Equitable In.suranre Alliance, Fidelity & Guaranty Fire Corporation, and Hartford 
Fire Insurance Co.. report to accompany H. R. 3523 [for relief of Equitable 
Insurance Alliance, Fidelity and Guaranty Fire Corporation, and Hartford Fire 
Insurance Company]; submitted by Mr. Capper. .July 10. 1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 
53.i 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Freeman. Mr,^. Etta H. Etta Houser Freeman, report to accompany S. 1266 
[conferring jurisdiction upon district court for middle district of North Carolina 
to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claim of Etta Houser Freemen] ; 
submitted by Mr. Tunnell. July 14, 1941. 8 p. (S. rp. 549. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Papers, 5c. 

Johns. John W. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns, report to accompany S. 1594 [for 
relief of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns] : submitted by Mr. Rosier. ' July 14, 1941. 
4 p. (S. rp. 544, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Korkemas. Mrs. Lillian. Lillian Korkemas and Rose Grazioli, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3551 [for relief of Lillian Korkemas and Rose Grazioli] ; submitted 
by Mr. Rosier. July 10, 1941. 10 p. ( S. rp. 536. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Lee, Robert E. Robert Edward Lee, report to accompany H. R. 1359 [for relief 
of Rolnn-t Edward Lee] : submitted by Mr. Tunnell for :Mr. Hughes. Julv 10, 
1941. 9 p. (S. rp. .529, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

McCuteheon. Mar)/. Mary McCutcheon, report to accompany H. R. 1702 [for 
relief of Mary McCutcheon] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. July 10, 1941. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 530, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

McNabb. Ernest A. Ernest A. McNabb, report to accompany S. 899 [for relief 
of relief of Ernest A. McNabb] ; submitted bv Mr. Rosier for Mr. Ellender. 
July 10, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 524, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

McStay, Mrs. Laura. Laura McStay. report to accompany H. R. 1855 [for relief 
of Laura McStay] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier for Mr. Ellender. July 10. 1941. 
9 p. (S. rp. 523, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Olson, Mr.<t. Harriet. Mrs. O. B. Olson, report to accompany H. R. 3247 [for relief 
of Mrs. O. B. Olson (Harriet Olson)]: submitted by Mr. Capper. July 10, 
1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 532, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Schay, Charles J. Charles J. Scliay, report to accompauy H. R. 1746 [for relief 
of Charles J. Schay] ; submitted by Mr. Tiinnell for Mr. Hughes. July 10, 
1941. 7 p. (S. rp. r»27, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Schwan, Louis A. Louis A. Schwan, report to accompany H. R. 3802 [for relief 
of Louis A. Schwan] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. July 10, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 
534, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Spencer, Fred. Fred Spencer, report to accompany H. R. 3774 [for relief of 
Fred Spencer] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 10, 1941. 9 p. ( S. rp. 538, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

T(uincr, Mrs. Andreiv B. Mrs. A. B. Tanner, report to accompany S. 1228 [for 
relief of Mrs. A. B. Tanner] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier for Mr. Ellender. July 14, 
1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 545, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Walden, Frank P. Frank P. Walden and Viola Harp, rejwrt to accompany 
S. 493 [conferring jurisdiction upon district court for southern district of 
Florida to hoar, determine, and render judgment upon claims of Frank P. 
Walden in his individual capacity and as husband and legal representative 
of estate of Anice Walden, and Viola Harp in her individual capacity and as 
legal guardian of her daughter, Marjorie Gayle Harp] ; submitted by Mr. 
Tuiinell. July 14, 1941. 4 p. (S. rp. 548, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paiier, 5c. 

Waytashck, AiitO)i. Anton Waytashek, report to accompany H. R. 3007 [for 
relief of Anton Waytashek] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 10, 1941. 5 p. 
( S. rp. 537, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

M^eijbrct, Fred. jr. Fred Weybret, jr., and others, report to accompany H. R. 1852 
[for relief of Fred \\'eybr(>t, jr., and others] : submitted bv IMr. Rosier for Mr. 
Ellender. July 10, 1941. 24 p. (S. rp. 525, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Yuhasz, Julhis. Julius Yuhasz and Arvid Olson, report to accompany S. 1055 
[for relief of Julius Yuhasz and Arvid Olson] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier for 
Mr. Ellender. July 14, 1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 546, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

COMMERCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Au Sable, Mich. Coast Guard light station reservation, Au Sable, Mich., exchange 
of land for road right-of-way, report to accompany H. R. 4903 ; submitted ly 
Mr. Pepper. June 28, legislative day June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 488, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Coast Guard light station reservation. Au Sable, Mich., exchange of land 

for road right-of-way, report to accompany S. 1601 ; submitted by Mr. Pepper. 
June 27, legislative day June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 485, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. -Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, June 30 and July 17, 
1941 ; no. 7 and 8. 1941. 75 p. and 79 p. 4° $ Y 4.C 73/2 : 77/7, 8 

House of Representatives. Reapportionment of House of Representatives by 
method of equal proportions, report [and minority views] to accompany H. R. 
2665. [2 pts.] (S. rp. 573, 2 pts., 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
L. C. card 41-50879 

[pt. 1.] Report; submitted by Mrs. Caraway. July 22, legislative day, July 21, 1941. 

2 p. * Paper. 5c. 
pt. 2. Minority views ; submitted by Mr. Brown. July 23, 1941. 2 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Industry. Census of industry and business, hearing before subcommittee, 77th 
Congress, 1st session, on S. 1627, to provide for quinquennial census of industry 
and business and for collection of current statistics bv Bureau of Census, 
June 26, 1941; [statement of J. C. Capt]. 1941. ii-flS p. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.C 73/2 : In 27 

Quinqixennial census of industry and business, report to accompany S. 1627 

[to provide for quinquennial census of industry and business and for collection 
of current .statistics by Bureau of Cen.sus] ; submitted by Mr. Mead. June 30, 
legislative day June 26, 1941. 6 p. (S. rp. 495, 77th Cong.lst sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50831 

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Kennebec River, Maine, letter from Secretary of War transmitting to chairman 
of Committee on Commerce, Senate, report [of ctiief of engineers. Army] on 
reexamination of Kennebec River, Maine. 1941. 11+14 p. 3 maps. (S. doc. 55, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * I'aper, 25c. 
L. C. card 41-50825 

Mississippi River at Minneapolis, Minn., letter from Secretary of War transmitting 
to chairman of Committee on Commerce, Senate, report [of chief of engineers, 
Army] on reexamination of Mississippi River at Minneapolis, Minn. 1941. 
111+14 p. map. (S. doc. 54, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50824 

Missouri River. Bridge across Missouri River at or near Washington, Mo., pro- 
viding adjustment of tolls charged [by Washington, Mo.] in maintenance and 
operation of bridge, i-eport to accompanv H. R. 3625; submitted by Mr. Bailey. 
July 25, 1941. 3 p. ( S. rp. 583, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Monongahcia River. Bridge across Monongahela River between Elizabeth and 
West Elizabeth, Pa., report to accompany S. 1595 [to extend times for com- 
mencing and completing construction of bridge across Monongahela River 
between boroughs of Elizabeth and West Elizabeth, Pa., by Pennsylvania] ; 
submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 582, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Extension of time for construction of bridges across IMonongahela River 

in Allegheny County, Pa. [by said county], report to accompany H. R. 4085; 
submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 585, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

yanticoke River, Del. and Md.. letter from Secretary of War transmitting to 
chairman of Committee on Commerce, Senate, report [from chief of engineers, 
Army] on reexamination of Nanticoke River, Del. and Md. ; presented by Mr. 
Bailey. 1941. iii+13 p. map. (S. doc. 69, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Netv River. Two free bridges across New River at Bluff City and Eggleston, Va., 
report to accompany H. R. 4732 [granting consent of Congress to Department 
of Highways, Virginia, to construct 2 free bridges across New River, one at Bluff 
City and other at Eggleston, Va.] ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. June 25, 1941. 
2 p. ( S. rp. 590, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Ohio River. Extending time for construction of bridge across Ohio River at or 
near Mauckport, Ind. [by Indiana State Toll Bridge Commission], report to 
accompany H. R. 4052 ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 1941. 3 p. ( S. rp. 
584, 77tli Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Rivers. Authorizing construction of certain public works on rivers and harbors 
for flood control, report to accompany H. R. 4911 ; submitted by Mr. Overton. 
July 24, 1941. 9 p. (S. rp. 575, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Flood control, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, 

on H. R. 4911, authorizing construction of certain public works on rivers and 
harbors for flood control, and for other purposes, July 15-23, 1941. 1941. 
111 + 124 p. * Paper, 15c. Y 4.C 73/2 : F 65/13 

St. Latorence River. Extending time for construction of bridge across St. Law- 
rence River at or near Ogdensburg, N. Y. [by St. Lawrence Bridge Commission], 
report to accompany H. R. 4150 ; submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 1941. 6 p. 
( S. rp. 586, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) • Paper, 5c. 

Santee River. Free highway bridge across Santee River at or near Leneudes 
Ferry, S. C, report to accompany H. R. 4231 [granting consent of Congress to 
South Carolina State Highway Department to construct free highway bridge 
across Sentee (Santee) River at or near Leneudes Ferry, S. C] ; submitted by 
Mr. Bailey. • July 25, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 587, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Ships. Priorities for vessels holding warrants, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion, on H. R. 4700, to provide for priorities in transportation by merchant 
vessels in interests of national defense, June 24, 1941. 1941. Hi +47 p. 

* Paper. lOc. Y 4.C 73/2 : V 63/6 

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July 1941 1001 

S7( ips — Continued. 

Priorities in national-defense transportation by merchant vessels, report 

to accompany H. R. 4700 ; submitted by Mr. Radcliffe. June 27, legislative day 
June 26, 1941. 8 p. (S. rp. 484, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50829 

Tug Fork. Legalize construction of bridge across Tug Fork of Big Sandy River 
at Nolan, W. Va. [by Big Creek Bridge Company, Consolidated], report to 
accompany H. R. 4315; submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 
589, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wabash River. Extension of time for construction of bridge across Wabash 
River at or near Mount Vernon, Ind. [by Indiana State Toll Bridge Com- 
mission], report to accompany H. R. 4306; submitted by Mr. Bailey. July 25, 
1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 588, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

West Virflirna. Authorizing Secretary of War to convey lands to West Virginia, 
report to accompany H. J. Res. 22; submitted by Mr. Burton. June 27, legis- 
lative day June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 487, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

niSTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Blind. Aid for needy blind persons of District of Columbia, report to accompany 
H. R. 4660 [to amend act to provide aid for needy bind persons of District of 
Columbia and autlxu-izing appropriations therefor, so as to authorize expendi- 
ture of funds for burial expenses] ; submitted by Mr. Hughes. July 24, 1941. 
1. p. (S. rp. 580, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 1 and 28, 1941 ; 
no. 3 and 4. 1941. Each 27 p. 4° $ Y 4.D 63/2 : 77/3, 4 

Government offleials and emijloijees. Authorizing employees of United States 
to testify on behalf of District of Columbia and employees of District of 
Columbia to testify on behalf of United States and of District of Columbia 
without loss of salary or annual leave, report to accompany S. 1344; submitted 
by Mr. McCarran. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 577, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Motor vehicles. Amending District of Columbia traffic act with respect to con- 
gressional automobile tags, report to accompany H. R. 4131 ; submitted by Mr. 
Burton. July 28, 1941. 1 p. ( S. rp. 599, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Piihlic Welfare Board. Safeguarding confidential nature of Board of Public Wel- 
fare, District of Columbia, case records in all types of relief cases, report to 
accompany H. R. 4837; submitted by Mr. McCarran. July 24, 1941. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 578, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

St. Elizabeths Hospital. Authorizing Federal security administration [adminis- 
trator] to accept gifts for St. Elizabeths Hospital, report to accompany H. R. 
4599; submitted by Mr. Burton. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 581, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Providing for admission to St. Elizabeths Hospital of insane persons belong- 
ing to foreign service, report to accompany H. R. 4498 ; submitted by Mr. 
Hughes. July 28, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 598, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Steuart Brothers, Incorporated. Construction of certain pipe lines for petroleum 
and petroleum products in District of Columbia [by Steuart Brothers, Incorpo- 
rated], report to accompany H. R. 4582; submitted by Mr. Overton. July 24, 
1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 579, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Unemployment insurance. Amending District of Columbia unemployment com- 
pensation act, report to accompany H. R. 5052 [to amend District of Columbia 
unemployment compensation act to regulate use of administration expenses] ; 
submitted by Mr. Overton. June 26, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 481, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

EDUCATION AND LABOR COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Labor and laboring classes. Violations of free speech and rights of labor, hear- 
ings before subcommittee, 76th Congress, 3d session, pursuant to S. Res. 266 

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1002 Government Publications 

Labor (t)i(l laborimj classes — Continued. 

(74th Congress), to investigate violations of right of free si)eech and assembly 

and interference with right of labor to organize and bargain collectively. 1941. 

pts. 73 and 74. Y 4.Ed 8/3 : L 11/6 

pt. 73. 5:>iippl»'nieiitary exhibits, associated farmer units in Stanislaus, Sutter, Yuba, Solano, 

and Contra Costa Counties Marysville, Calif., incident, May-Jul.v 1939, Diablo 

Valley I'ublic Relations Committee, labor relations in Monterey County, 

Grower-Shipper Vegetable Association, lettuce industi'y in Salinas and 

Watsonville. iv + 26747-27081 p. • I'aper, 30c. 

pt. 74. Supplementary exhibits, labor relations in .Monterey County, Citizens' Association 

of Salinas Valley, Associated Farmers of Monterey County, Inc., Grower-Shipper 

Vegetable Association, 1936 Salinas lettuce strike. v + 27083-425 p. 

• Paper, 35c. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Oalendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, July 2 and 23, 1941 ; no. 12 and 13. 
1941. Each 56 p. 4° t Y 4.F 49 : 77/12, 13 

Internal revenue code. Amending internal revenue code, report to accompany 
H. R. 4158 [to amend sec. 3341, 3351, and 3361 of internal revenue code and 
sec. 309 (a) of tariff act of 1930, and to repeal sec. 2907 of internal revenue 
code] ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 1, 1941. 6 p. ( S. rp. 499, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper. 5c 
L. C. card 41-50833 

New York World's Fair. Extending period for sale or destruction of articles 
imported for exhibition at New York and San Fi'ancisco world's fairs of 1940, 
report to accompany H. J. Res. 173 [to amend further amended joint resolution, 
approved Aug. 16, 1937 (50 Stat. 668), concerning importation of articles for 
exhibition at New York World's Fair, to permit transfer of liability for duty 
on articles so imported, and to further amend amended joint resolution, ap- 
proved May 18, 1937 (50 Stat. 187), concerning importation of articles for 
exhibition at Golden Gate International Exposition, to permit tran^sfer of 
liability for duty on articles so imported, and for other purposes] ; submitted 
by Mr. Connally. July 1, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 500. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

FOKEIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE; SENATE 

Bailey, John. Authorizing appropriation to effect settlement [of claim] of 
British Government on behalf of John Bailey of H M. S. Orion, report to 
accompany S. 1736; submitted by Mr. George. July 17, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 
562, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, :jc. 

IMMIGR.\TI0N COMMITTEE. SENATE 

Basques in United States. Relief of certain Basque aliens, report to accompany 
S. 314; .submitted by Mr. Herring. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 518, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c 

Caccres, Mrs. Severiana M. Rodrigues de. For relief of Severiana Maria Rod- 
rlgues de Caceres, his [her] sister Irene Hernandez de Texada, and latter's 
daughter, Irene Hernandez de Texada, reixirt to accompany H. R. 1577 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 517, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, calendar of bills and resolutions, 
May 20, 1941 ; no. 2 1941. 16 p. 4° [Number 1 not available.] t 

Y 4.1m 6/2 : 77/2 

Charteris, Leslie. Leslie Charteris (Leslie Charles Bowyer Yin) and Patricia 
Ann Charteris. report to accompany S. 1099 [for relief of Leslie Charteris 
(Leslie Charles Bowyer Yin) and Patricia Ann Charteris] ; submitted by Mr. 
Burton. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 520, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Oahriel, Henry. Henry (Heinz) Gabriel, report to accompany S. 1216 [for relief 
of Henry (Heinz) Gabriel] ; submitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, legislative dny 
July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 516, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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July 1941 1003 

Heeramaneck, NasU M. Authorizing naturalization of Nasli M. Heeramaneck, 
report to accompany S. 1071 ; submitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, legislative day 
July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 512, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Horvath, John. John Horvath rei)ort to accompany S. 816 [for relief of John 
Horvath] ; submitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 
2p (S. rp. 514, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Maur'm, Antonio. Antonio or Anthony Maurin, report to accompany S. 867 [for 
relief of Antonio or Anthony Maurin] ; submitted by Mr. Herring. July 7, 
legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 519, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pitt, Mrs. Cecilia. Cecilia Pitt, report to accompany S. 1161 [for relief of Cecilia 
Pitt (or Pitkowski), alias Anny Metz] ; submitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, 
legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 515, 77th Cong 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Weil, Gustav. Dr. Gustav Weil, Irma Weil, and Marion Weil, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 814 [for relief of Gustav Weil, Irma Weil, and Marion Weil] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Maloney. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 513, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Cnlcndars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress. 1st session, July 8, 1941 ; uo. 3. 
1941 52 p. 4" t Y 4.1n 2/2 : 77/3 

Cattle ticks. Eradicating cattle tick, Seminole Indian Reservation, Fla., report 
to accompany S. 1476; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. July 19, 1941. 
3 p. ( S. rp. 566, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Cut Bank, Mont. Sale of individual Blackfeet Indian lauds to Cut Bank, Mont. 
[for airport purposes], report to accompany S. 1725; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. 
July 17, 1941. 1 p. ( S. rp. 560, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

INTBIESTATE COMMEBCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, July 12, 1941 ; no. 5. 1941. 
35 p. 4" [Number 4 not available.] % Y 4.1n 8/3 : 77/5 

Pipe lines. Construction of interstate petroleum pipe lines related to national 
defen.se, report to accompany H. R. 4816 [to facilitate construction, extension, 
or completion of interstate petroleum pipe lines related to national defense, 
and to promote interstate commerce] ; submitted by IMr. Barkley for Mr. 
Stewart of Tennessee. July 14, 1941. 8 p. (S. rp. 550, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50873 

■ Interstate petroleum pipe lines, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Con- 
gress, 1st session, on H. R. 4816, to facilitate construction, extension, or com- 
pletion of interstate petroleum pipe lines related to national defense, and to 
promote interstate commerce, June 23, and 27, 1941. 1941. iii+99 p. 

* Paper, 15c. Y 4.1n 8/3 ; P 66 

Railroad employees. Directing Railroad Retirement Board to investigate in- 
juries and diseases of railroad employees and social and economic conse- 
quences, report to accompany S. Res. 128 ; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. July 17, 
1941. 1 p. ( S. rp. 561, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Telegraph. Study of telegraph industry, appendix to' hearings before subcom- 
mittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 95, extended by S. Res. 
268, 76th Congress. 1941. pt. 2, X+239-5.S0 p. il. 1 pi. 7 maps. * Paper, 45c. 

Y 4. In 8/3 : T 235/6/pt.2 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Administrative procediire, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion, on S. 674, to prescribe fair standards of duty and procedure of adminis- 
trative officers and agencies, to establish administrative code, and for other 
purposes, S. 675, to revise administrative procedure of Federal agencies, to 
establish Office of Federal Administrative Procedure, to provide for hearing 

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1004 Government Publications 

Adtnini strut ire procedure — Continued. 

commissioners, to authorize declaratory rulings by administrative agencies, and 
for otlier purposes, and S. 918, to provide for more economical, expeditious, and 
just settlement of disputes with United States, Apr. 30-May 22, 1941. 1941. 
pt. 2, iv+475-913 p. * Paper, 45c. Y 4.J 89/2 : Ad 6/2/pt.2 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, June 30-July 28, 
1941; no. 22-24. 1941. Etich 56 p. or 62 p. 4" ? Y 4. J 89/2 : 77/22-24 

Convict labor. Amending act making unlawful transportation of convict-made 
goods in interstate commerce, report to accompany H. R. 3191 [to amend act 
to make unlawful transportation of convict-made goods in interstate commerce, 
so as to exempt from law commodities manufactured in Federal or District 
of Columbia penal institutions for use of District Government] ; submitted by 
Mr. Danaher. June 28, legislative day June 26, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 489, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Edison Day. report to accompany H. J. Res. 63 [requesting the President to pro- 
claim Feb. 11, 1942, as Edison Dav, in commemoration of birthday of Thomas 
Alva Edison] ; submitted by Mr. Burton. July 1, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 501, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Jackson, Robert H. Nomination of Robert H. Jackson to be associate justice 
of Supreme Court, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, 
June 21-30, 1941. 1941. iii+70 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4. J 89/2 : J 13/2 

National Training School for Boys. Amending act reorganizing administration 
of Federal prisons, report to accompany S. 1698 [to amend act reorganizing 
administration of Federal prisons, so as to give Attorney General authority to 
order transfer of juveniles committed to National Training School for Boys by 
Juvenile Court for District of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. McFarland. July 
28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 593, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MIIJTAHY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATF, 

Army. Authorizing designation of Army mail clerks and assistant Army mail 
clerks, report to accompanv S. 1533 ; submitted by Mr. Reynolds. July 28, 
1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 601, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Army Medical Library and Museum, reix»rt to accompany H. R. 5146 [to amend 
act to authorize Secretary of War to proceed with construction of certain 
public works in connection with War Department in District of Columbia, 
namely, building for Army Medical Library and Army Medical Museum, so as 
to authorize appropl'iation for purchase of site] ; siabmitted by Mr. Gurney. 
July 28, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 600, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50882 

Chiropody (Podiatry) Corps, hearing before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st 
session, on S. 1459, to establish Chiropody (Podiatry) Corps in Medical Cori)S 
of Army, June 26, 1941. 1941. iii-fl27 p. * Paper, 15c. Y4.M59/2:C44 

Civil riyhts. Amending soldiers' and sailors' civil relief act of 1940, to provide 
for termination of leases in certain cases, report to accompany S. 1569 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Reynolds June 30, legislative day June 26, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 
498, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 

Compensation for disability or death resulting from injury to persons employed 
at military, air, and naval bases acquired by United States from foreign coun- 
tries, report to accompany S. 1642; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. July 10, 
1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 540, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Military Academy, West Point. Instruction at Military Academy to be given to 1 
person from each American republic, report to accompany S. 206 [ to authorize 
course of instruction at Military Academy to be given to 20 persons at a time 
from American republics] ; submitted by Mr. Revnolds. June 30, legislative 
day June 26, 1941. 4 p. (S rp. 4!)7, 77th Cong. Is't sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50832 

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July 1941 1005 

Military service. Declaring existence of national emergency, report to accom- 
pany S. J. Res. 95 [to extend periods of service of persons in military service, 
and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. July 28, 1941. 
11 p. (S. rp. 595, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50880 

Strengthening national defense, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, state- 
ment of George C. Marshall in connection with retention of selectees and 
reserve components in military service beyond one year, July 9, 1941 1941. 
ii-f-14 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.M 59/2 : D 36/12 

National defense. To prevent making of photographs and sketches of military 
or naval reservations, naval vessels, and other naval and military properties 
[in interest of national defense], report to accompany S. 1707; submitted by 
Mr. Reynolds. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 606, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Officers. Army. Strengthening common defense by suspending sec. 24b of national 
defense act and authorizing more expeditious procedure to vitalize active list 
of Army, report to accompany S. J. Res. 88; submitted bv Mr. Reynolds Julv 
10, 1941. 4 p. (S. rp. 541, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50837 

Temporary appointments of officers in Army of United States, report to 

accompany H. J. Res. 199; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. July 28, 19^1. 
3 p. (S. rp. 603, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Vitalization of active list of Army hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, on 

S. J. Res. 88, to strengthen common defense by suspending .sec. 24b of national 
defense act and autliorizing more expeditious procedure to vitalize active list 
of Army, July 9, 1941. 1941. ii+14 p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.M 59/2 : Ar 5/15 

Officers' Reserve Corps, Army. Retirement pay and hospital Ijeneflts to certain 
reserve officers, Army of United States, disabled while on active duty, report 
to accompany H. R. 3484; submitted by Mr. Hill. July 28, 1941. 10 p.' (S. rp. 
604, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pay, Army. I'ersons discharged from Army of United States on account of 
fraudulent enlistment, report to accompany S. 1782 [to autiiorize payment of 
donation to and to provide for travel at Government expen.se of persons dis- 
charged from Army of United States on account of fraudulent enlistment] ; 
submitted by Mr. Truman. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 605, 77th Cong. 1st 
se.ss. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Public property. Army officers to take final action on reports of survey and 
vouchers pertaining to Government property, report to accompany S. 1772: 
submitted by Mr. Kilgore. July 28, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 602, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Requisitions (military). Authorizing President of United States to requisition 
property required for defense of United States, report to accompany S. 1579; 
submitted by Mr. Chandler. July 18. 1941. Op. ( S. rp. 565. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. r. card 41-.^0S75 

Requisition of property by United Stiites, hearings 77th Congress, 1st ses- 
sion on S. 1579, to authorize President of United States to requisition certain 
property for use of or disposition by United States, June lS[-July 17], 1941. 
1941. 2 pts. fvl]+246 p. * Paper, pt. 1, 20c.: * pt. 2, lOc. 

Y 4.M 59/2 : P 94/11/pt. 1, 2 

Sabotage. To amend act to punish willful injury or destruction of war material 
or of war premises or utilities used in connection with war material, as 
amended [so as to protect Government property in or near District of Columbia], 
report to accompany S. 1229: submitted bv Mr. Bridges. July 14, 1941. 2 p 
(S. rp. 543, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5r. 

Vancouver Barracks. Granting Vancouver, Wash., road rights-of-way and retro- 
cession of jurisdiction thereover, report to accompany H. R. 3933 [to grant 
Vancouver, Wash., road rights- of-Wiiy on Vancouver Barracks military reserva- 

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Vancouver Bairacks — Continued, 
tion and retrocession of jurisdiction thereover to State of Washington] ; 
submitted by Mr. Reynolds. July 17, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 563, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

MINES AND MINING COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Explosives. Amending Federal explosives act, report to accompany H. R. 3019 
[to amend act to prohibit manufacture, distribution, storage, use, and pos- 
session in time of war of explosives, providing regulations for safe manufac- 
ture, distribution, storage, use, and possession of same, and for other purposes, 
so as to provide for exercise of like regulatory power during national emer- 
gencies] ; submitted by Mr. Schwartz. July 7, legislative day July 3, IJHl. 
6 p. (S. rp. 511, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50836 

NATIONAL DEI'ENSE PROGRAM, SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING, SENATE 

Aluminum. Investigation of national defense program, report pursuant to S. 

Res. 71 ; submitted by Mr. Mead. June 26, 1941. 7 p. ( S. rp. 480, 77th Cong. 

1st sess.) [This report is on aluminum investigation.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50827 

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Aircraft. Amending act approved Mar. 5, 1940, to facilitate procurement of 
aircraft for national defense [so as to extend provisions of act for 2 years], 
report to accompany S. 1605 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. June 27, legislative day 
June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 482, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Miscellaneous bills, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 1605, to 

amend act approved Mar. 5, 1940, to facilitate procurement of aircraft for 
national defense [so as to extend provisions of act for 2 years], H. R. 4473, 
authorizing temporary appointment or advancement of certain personnel of 
Navy and Marine Corps, S. 353, to provide for extension of enlistments in Navy, 
H. R. 3537, to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of 
certain public works, June 26, 1941. 1941. iii+42 p. * Paper, 10c. 

T 4.N22/2 : B 49/4 

Aviation cadets. Authorizing subsistence allowance provided for aviation cadets 
to be paid to messes in manner as prescribed by act of Mar. 14, 1940 (Public 433, 
76th Cong.), report to accompany S. 1677; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 
1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 612, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 22, 1941; no. 7. 
1941. 79 p. 4° t Y4.N 22/2: 77/7 

Fleet Reserve. Providing for adjustment of inactive-duty pay of certain trans- 
ferred and retired members of Fleet Reserve, report to accompany H. R. 4338 ; 
submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 615, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Government contracts. Cost-plus-flxed-fee contracts, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st 
ses.si()n, June 30, 1941. 1941. ii-+-78 p. * Paper, 10c. Y 4.N 22/2 : C 76/3 

Repealing sec. 512-515, as amended, 3744, as amended, 3745-47, Revised 

statutes [relative to filing of contracts], report to accompany S. 377; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 607, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Naval Reserve. Providing for pay and allowances and mileage or transportation 
for certain officers and enlisted men of Naval Reserve and Marine Corps 
Reserve and retired officers and enlisted men of Navy and Marine Corps, report 
to accompany S. 1701; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 
614, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Naval stations. Authorizing plant-protection force for naval shore establish- 
ments, report to accompanv H. R. 4671 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh. June 30, 
legislative day June 26, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 494, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

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Naval Training Station, Great Lakes. To authorize conveyance to Illinois, for 
highway purposes only, portion of Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, 111., 
report to accompany S. 1637: submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 1941. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 611, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Navy. Authorizing temporary appointment or advancement of certain personnel 
of Navy and Marine Corps, report to accompany H. R. 4473; submitted by 
Mr. Walsh. June 27, legislative day June 26, 1941. 9 p. (S. rp. 483, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50828 

Miscellaneous bills, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 353, to pro- 
vide for extension of enlistments in Navy, to suspend provisions of sec. 1422, 
Revised statutes (18 Stat. 484; 34 U. S. C. 201), in time of war or national 
emergency, and for other purposes, H. R. 4823 (S. 1470), providing for rank of 
officers ordered to perform special or unusual duty, and of commanders of 
special naval units afloat, S. 1585 ( S. 703), to increase number of midshipmen 
allowed at Naval Academy from District of Columbia, H. R. 4687, to authorize 
officers and enlisted men of Navy and Marine Corps to accept such medals, or- 
ders, decorations, and presents as have been tendered them by foreign Govern- 
ments, H. R. 3149, providing for pay and allowances of retired officers of Navy 
and Marine Corps on active duty, S. 1586, to authorize Secretary of Navy to ac- 
cept for Naval Academy such gifts and bequests as he may see fit, S. 1589, 
to prohibit payment of money allowance for subsistence and rental to retired 
officers of Navy or Marine Corps for any period when not employed on active 
duty, H. R. 3536, to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction 
of certain public works, H. R. 4839, to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed 
with construction of certain public works, June 13, 1941. 1941. iii-f35 p. 
♦Paper, 10c. Y 4.N 22/2 ; B 49/5 

Miscellaneous bills, hearings. 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 874, to pro- 
vide for better administration of justice in Navy, S. 377, to repeal sec. 512-515, 
as amended, 3744, as amended, 374.5^7, Revised statutes [relative to filing of 
contracts], S. 378. to amend act of Oct. 6, 1917, for reimbursement of officers, 
enlisted men, and others in naval service of United States for property lost 
or destroyed in such service [so as to make provisions of act applicable to hurri- 
canes, floods, fires, and other similar disasters occurring on land], S. 1467, to 
amend sec. 12 (a) of selective training and service act of 1940 [relative to 
pay of enlisted men], S. 1508, to provide for pay of aviation pilots in Naval and 
Marine Corps Reserve, S. 1529, to amend act approved May 13. 1908 (35 Stat. 
128; U. S. C, title 34, sec. 383), relative to retirement of officers of Navy after 
30 years' service, H. R. 2784, for relief of present leaders of Navy Band and 
Marine Band, H. R. 3782, establishing Office of Budget and Reports in Navy 
Department, June 4. 1941. 1941. ii+35 p. * Paper, lOc. Y 4.N 22/2 ; B 49/6 

Providing for extension of enlistments in Navy, to suspend provi.sions of 

see. 1422, Revised statutes (18 Stat. 484; 34 U. S. C. 201), in time of war or 
national emergency, and for other purposes, report to accompany S. 353 [to 
provide for extension of enlistments in Navy] ; submitted by ]Mr. Walsh. June 
30, legislative day June 26, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 496, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Navy Department. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction 
of certain public works, report to accompany H. R. 3537; submitted by Mr. 
Walsh. June 27, legislative day June 26, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 486, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50830 

Authorizing Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of certain 

public works, report to accompany H. R. 5312 ; submitted bv Mr. Walsh. July 
28, 1941. 30 p. (S. rp. 616, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pay, Navy. To provide rental allowances for officers without dependents on 
sea duty when deprived of quarters on board ship, report to accompany 
S. 1587; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28. 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 610, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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1008 Government Publications 

Peary Polar Expedition, J90S-09. Providing for presentation of silver medals 
to certain jnembers of Peary Polar Expedition of 1908-9, report to accompany 
S. 858; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 608, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * I'aper, 5c. 

Rations, Navy. Providing that Navy ration shall include canned or powdered 
or concentrated fruit juices, report to accompany S. 1521 ; submitted by Mr. 
Andrews. July 28, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 609, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Salvage. Authorizing Secretary of Navy to provide salvage facilities, report to 
accompany S. 1731; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 18, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 
5(>4, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

To provide salvage facilities, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 

1731, to authorize Secretary of Navy to provide salvage facilities, July 15, 
1941; [statement of W. A. Sullivan]. 1941. li+4 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/2 : Sa 3 

San Diego, Calif. To authorize Secretary of Navy to grant to San Diego for 
street purposes parcel of land situated in [Naval Training Station], San 
Diego, Calif., report to accompany S. 1678; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 28, 
1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 613, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Shipbuilding. Additional shipbuilding, ship repair, and oi'dnance manufacturing 
facilities, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st .session, on S. 1727, authorizing appro- 
priations for Navy, additional shipbuilding, ship repair, and ordnance manu- 
facturing facilities. July 15, 1941. 1941. il + 14 p. * Paper. 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/2 : Sh 6/2 

— — Authorizing appropriations for Navy, additional shipbuilding, ship repair, 
and ordnance-manufacturing facilities, report to accompany S. 1727 ; submitted 
by Mr. Walsh. July 15, legislative day July 14, 1941. 16 p. ( S. rp. 559, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50874 

PATENTS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Copyright, preserving rights of authors, report to accompany H. R. 4826 [to 
amend sec. 8 of copyright act of Mar. 4, 1909, as amended, so as to preserve 
rights of authors during present emergency] ; submitted by JMr. Bone. July 22, 
legislative day July 21, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 571, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Inventions. Preventing publication of inventions in national interest, report to 
accompany H. R. 4784 [to amend act relating to preventing publication of 
invention.s in national interest] ; submitted by Mr. Bone. July 22, legislative 
dav July 21, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 572, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50878 

Patents. Recording assignments of patent applications, report to accompany 
H. R. 3206 [to afford greater protection to purchaser of pa lent rights] : sub- 
mitted by Mr. Bone. July 22, legislative day July 21, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 
570, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Tradc-inarkx. Registration of trade-marks, to carry out provisions of interna- 
tional conventions, report to accompany S. 895 [to provide for registration of 
tradf-niarks used in conunt-rce, to carry out provisions of certain international 
conventions, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Bone. July 22, legis- 
lative day July 21, 1941. 13 p. (S. rp. 568, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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United Daughters of the Confederneij. Extension of psitent to United Daughters 
of the Coiifedcriav, report to accompaiiv H. R. 26S8 ; submitted bv Mr. Bone. 
July 22, legislative day July 21, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 569, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

PENSIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Bhicknian, Mr.s. Manj J. Granting pension to Mary Jane Blackmail, report to 
accompany S. 138: submitted bv Mr. Schwartz. Julv 7. legislative day July 3, 
1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 500, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Coast Guard. Pensions fox* disability or death resulting from service in Coast 
Guard prior to July 2, 1930, report to accompany H. R. 1094 ; submitted by 
Mr. Thomas of Utah. July 3, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 502, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Lively, Mrs. Elizabeth. Elizabeth Lively, report to accompany H. R. 1268 [to 
repeal provision of law granting pension to Elizabeth Lively] ; submitted by 
Mr. Schwartz. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 510, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Pace, Mrs. Martha H. Granting pension to Martha Pace, report to accompany 
H. R. 439; submitted by Mr. Schwartz. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 
2 p. (S. rp. 509, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pensions. Granting increases in pensions to certain widows and dependents of 
persons who served in military or naval forces of United States during War 
with Spain, Boxer Rebellion, or Philippine insurrection [to provide uniformity], 
report to accompany S. 876 ; submitted by Mr. McFarland. July 10, 1941. 4 p. 
( S. rp. 542, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Pensions to certain dependent parents notwithstanding remarriage, report 

to accompany H. R. 2855; submitted by Mr. Walsh. July 10, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 
539, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Pensions to members of Regular Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast 

Guard who become disabled, hearing. 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 415, to 
provide pensions to members of Regular Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast 
Guard who become disabled by reason of their service tlierein, equivalent to 90 
per centum of compensation payable to war veterans for similar service-con- 
nected disabilities, July 7, 1941. 1941. ii+29 p. * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.P 38/2 : Ar 5 

Pensions to members of Regular Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast 

Guard who become disabled, report to accompany S. -135 [to provide pensions 
to members of Regular Army, Navy. IMarine Corps, and Coast Guard who 
become disabled by reason of their service therein, equivalent to 90 per centum 
of compensation payable to war veterans for similar service-connected disa- 
bilities] ; submitted by Mr. Schwartz. July 15, 1941. 7 p. (S. rp. 558, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

POST OBT<ICES AND POST ROADS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Leglislative calendar, calender of bills, resolutions, and reports re- 
ferred to Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads for its consideration and 
action thereon, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 15, 1941 ; no. 4. 1941. 16 p. 
4" t Y 4.P 84/2 : 77-1/4 

Letter carriers. Adjusting salaries of rural letter carriers, report to accompany 
S. 636; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 557, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Motor Vehicle Service Division. Classification of substitute driver-mechanics in 
postal service, report to accompany S. 473 ; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 
1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 552, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Miisc. Williaui J. Comi)ensation of William J. Muse for services rendered as 
clerk of post office, Mountain City, Tonn., report to accompany S. 261 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 551. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Postaf/e. Further amending acts for promoting circulation of reading matter 
among the blind, report to accompany S. 1570 [to further amend acts for 
promoting circulation of reading matter among the blind, so as to permit sending 
for repairs and return after repairs, at rate of 1 cent per pound, machines known 
as Braille writers and shoi-fhand machines which produce raised letters and 
characters] ; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 553, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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1010 Government Publications 

Postage — Continued. 

Providing for {permanent postage rate of lYa cents per pound on books, 

report to accompany S. 337 ; submitted by Mr. Mead. June 25, 1941. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 477, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50738 

To provide for permanent postage rate on books, hearing, 77th Congress, 

1st session, on S. 337, to provide for permanent postage rate of ly^ cents per 
pound on books, June 13, 1941. 1941. iii+2S p. * Paper, 5c. Y 4.P 84/2 : B 64 

Postal service. To amend sec. 226 of act of Mar. 4, 1909, report to accompany 
S. 122 [to amend sec. 226 of act of Mar. 4, 1909, so as to provide penalty for 
any person employed in postal service who sliall become interested in any 
contract for carrying mails or in any contract or agreement with or any bid 
before Post Office Department] ; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 556, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Railway Mail Service. Prescribing time basis for computing pay for overtime 
work performed by laborers in Railway Mail Service, report to accompany 
H. R. 2985 ; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 555, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Relating to compensation of former employees of Railway Mail Service in 

certain positions and reinstated prior to Aug. 14, 1937, report to accompany 
H. R. 3367; submitted by Mr. Mead. July 14, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 554, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

PUBLIC TANDS AND 8UEVEYS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Airports. Leasing of public lands for public aviation fields, report to accompany 
S. 1480 [to amend act to authorize leasing of public lands for use as public 
aviation fields, as amended, so as to increase area which may be leased for use 
as public airport] ; submitted by Mr. Adams. June 19, legislative day June 10, 
1941. 2 p. ( S. rp. 465, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendar, 77th Congress, July 10, 1941 ; no. 7. 1941. 24 p. 4° t Y 4.P 96/1 : 77/7 

TERRITORIES AND INSULAR AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Alaska. Authorizing Legislature of Alaska to create public corporate authority 
to undertake slum clearance, etc., report to accompany H. R. 93 [to authorize 
Legislature of Alaska to create public corporate authority to undertake slum 
clearance and projects to provide dwelling accommodations for families of low 
income and for persons engaged in national-defense activities and to issue bonds 
and other obligations of the authority for such purpose] ; submitted by Mr. 
Tydings. July 7, legislative day July 3, 1941. 4 p. (S. rp. .504, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, oc. 
L. C. card 41-50835 

Protection of walruses in Alaska, report to accompany H. R. 1606; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Tydings. July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 597, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Pai)er, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, calendar of bills, resolutions, and nominations 
referred to Committee on Territories and Insular Affairs for its consideration 
and action thereon, 77th Congress, 1st session, July 12, 1941 ; no. 3. 1941. 
7 p. 4° [Number 2 not available.] + Y 4.T 27/2 : 77/3 

Hawaii. Amending sec. 73 of act to provide government for Hawaii, as amended 
[so as to give governor of Hawaii same authority over public lands acquired 
since annexation that organic act grants him over ceded lands], report to 
accompany H. R. 4813; submitted by Mr. Tydings. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 
576, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Puerto Rico. Amending act providing that funds allocated to Puerto Rico under 
emergency relief appropriation act of 1935 may be expended for permanent 
rehabilitation, report to accompany S. 13.58 ; submitted by Mr. Tydings. July 28, 
1941. 6 p. (S. rp. .596, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50881 

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COURT OF CLAIMS 

Ageton. Arthur A. Ageton v. United States; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 43970, p. 5-7. t Ju 3.8 : Ag 37 

Cases. Term 1939-40, printed records, index. [1941.] 11 p. $ 

Ju 3.11/2 : 939^0 

Dooner. Columbia Haley Dooner [et al.] v. United States; report of commis- 
sioner. [1941.] no. 44489, p. 11-22. t Ju3.8:D721 

Great Lakes Construction Co. v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 43449, p. 19-32. t Ju 3.8 : G 798/9 

Eardwick. Louise Hardwick, administratrix of Walter S. Hardwick, v. United 
States; report of commissioner. [1941.] no. 43428, p. 9-14. % 

Ju 3.8 : H 222/3 

nines. Warner U. Hines v. United States; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 45026, p. 5-7. t Ju 3.8 : H 589 

KoUmorgen. Optical Corporation v. United States; report of commissioner. 
[1941.] no. 44401, p. 5-7. t Ju 3.8 : K 833 

Kuney. Max J. Kuney v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 43972, p. 11-16. t Ju 3.8 : K 962 

Masterhilt Products Corporation v. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[1941.] no. 44957, p. 5-11. % Ju 3.8 : M 393/2 

North Pacific Emergency Export Association vs. United States ; report of com- 
missioner. [1941.] no. 45190, p. 23-30. $ Ju 3.8 : N 811/21 

Pacific Air Transport. No. 43029, Pacific Air Transport v. United States; no. 
43030, Boeing Air Transport, Inc., v. [same] ; no. 43031, [same] v. [same] ; 
no. 43032, United Air Lines Transport Corporation v. [same] ; no. 43033, [same] 
V. [same] ; report of commissioner. [1941.] p. 83-198, 2 maps, 2 tab. t 

Ju 3.8 : P 119/9 

Pratt. Hazen C. Pratt v. United States; supplemental report of commissioner. 
[1941.] no. H-328, p. 25-5-261, il. % Ju 3.8 : P 888/3 

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Calculating machines. Customs appeal no. 4354, United States v. Draeger Ship- 
ping Co., Inc., transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1941.] 
cover title, i-f 46 p. I Ju 7.6 : D 783/3 

Dental chairs. Customs appeal no. 4360, United States v. Dyson Shipping Co., 
Inc., Mitsui & Co., Ltd., transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. 
[1941.] cover title, i+15 p. t Ju 7.6 :D 995/2 

Mica. Customs appeal no. 4363, United States v. Wm. Brand & Co., transcript 
of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1941.] cover title, i-J-42 p. -t 

Ju7.6:B^ 

Oils. Supplemental record, customs ai^peal no. 4357, United States v. Mitsui & 
Co., Ltd., decision of Customs Court. [1941.] 4 p. t Ju 7.6 :M 697/3 

EMERGENCY BOARD (ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM AND 
COAST RAILROAD, 1941) 

Note. — Created by the President in Proclamation 2485, May 15, 1941, under provisions 
of sec. 10 of railway labor act amended. 

Atlanta, Birmitigham d Coast Railroad. Report to the President by Emergency 
Board, appointed under provisions of railway labor act, to investigate and 
report in respect to dispute between Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad Co. 
and certain of its employees represented by Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 
and Enginemen and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. 1941. [l]-fll p. t 
L. C. card A 41-3458 NMB 1.7 : At 6 

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EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Safety bulletin, V. 5, no. 12; June 19^. [1941.] cover title, 32 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

L. C. card 36-26723 EC 1.9: 5/12 

Note. — This bulletin, issued in the interest of accident prevention in employments 
within the purview of the workmen's compensation laws administered by the Employees' 
Compensation Commission directs attention to the number of injuries reported to the 
Commission under the Federal employees' compensation act, the longshoremen's and 
harbor workers' compensation act, and the District of Columbia compensation act, the 
causes of such injuries and the possibilities of preventing them by the use of appropriate 
safety measures. 

EXPORT CONTROL ADMINISTRATOR 

NOTE. — The office of the Administrator of Export Control was established by Presidential 
Proclamation 2413, July 2, 1940, to administer the provisions of sec. 6 of Public act 
703, 76th Congress, an act to expedite the strengthening of national defense. . The Ad- 
ministrator of Export Control has the authority, under the direction and supervision of 
the I'resident of the United States to prohibit or curtail the exportation of any military 
equipment or munitions, or machinery, tools, or material, or supplies necessary lor their 
manufacture, servicing or operation. 

Export control schedule Z [effective July 21, 1941J. [1941.] 11 p. 4° t 

L. C. card 41-50429 Y 3.Ex 7/2 : 7/Z 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Radio service bulletin 389; June 15, 1941. [1941.] 56 p. oblong 8° [Semi- 
monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 15-26255 CC 1.25 : 389 

RtilcH and regulations. Rules and regulations, amdt. 44 ; revised to Mar. 18, 
1941. [1941.] p. 29-^6b. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf form. To be sub- 
stituted for p. 29-46, pt. 2, General rules and regulations.] t CC 1.7/2 : 44 

Same, amdt. 66, effective May 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 15-16. [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted for p. 15^16, pt. 2, General rules 
and regulations.] t CC 1.7/2: 66 

Same, amdt. 67, effective May 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 7-8a. [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted for p. 7-8, pt. 1, Rules of practice 
and procedure.] t CC 1.7/2: 67 

Same, amdt. 68, effective May 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 53-54. [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted for p. 53-54, pt. 1, Rules of 
practice and procedure.] t CC 1.7/2 : 68 

Same : pt. 34, Uniform system of accounts for radiotelegraph carriers, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, 1940. 1941. xvii-|-155 p. [Title 47, Telecommunication, chap. 1, 
Code of Federal regulations. Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 25c. 

CC 1.7 : 34 

Telegraph. Operating data from monthly reports of telegraph and cable car- 
riers, Apr. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° (Accounting, Statistical, 
and Tariff Dept.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t CC 1.13 : 941/4 

Telephone. Summary of monthly reports of large telephone carriers in United 
States, Apr. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° (Accounting. Statistical, 
and Tariff Dopt.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t CC 1.14: 941/4 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

ELECTRIC HOME AND FARM AUTHORITY 

Eleetric apparatus and appliances. Installment financing plans for retail sale 
of electrical appliances, gas appliances, electrical wiring. [Revised July 7, 
1941.] [1941.] [l]+8 p. narrow 12° (Circular 1.) [Processed.] t 

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Electric apparatus and appliances — Continued. 

Monthly payment chart for financing household and farm appliances and 

wiring. [Revised July 7, 1941.] [1941.] [1]+10 p. narrow 12" (Circular 2.) 
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FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

Federal home loan bank review, v. 7, no. 10; July 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
p. 321-360, il. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $1.60. 

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organ or periodical publicaticn of the Board. The Review will be sent to all member 
institutions without charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Foreclosures. Non-farm real estate foreclosures. May 1941. [1941.] [5] leaves, 
il. 4" (Research & Statistics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

FL 3.8 : 941/5 

Homes. If you plan to build or buy a home, these facts will guide you. [May 
1. 1941.] cover title, 16 p. il. [Text and illustration on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] t 

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FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Clip sheet. Federal Housing Administration clip sheet, July 4-25, 1941 ; v. 27, 
no. 9-12. [1941.] Each 1 p. il. large 1° [Weekly.] t FL 2.7 : 27/9-12 

Insured mortgage portfolio, v. 5, no. 4 ; 2d quarter 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
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Mortgage insurance. Mutual morlgage insurance, administrative rules and regu- 
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RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Legislation. Reconstruction Finance Corporation act as amended and other laws 
pertaining to Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Revised July 1941. 1941. 
iii+102 p. * Paper, 20i'. 
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Report of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 4th quarter, 1940, letter from 
chairman transmitting report covering operations for 4th quarter of 1940 and 
for period from organization of Corporation on Feb. 2, 1932, to Dec. 31, 1940. 
May 2, 1941. 76 p. (H. doc. 203. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) t 
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FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

Electricity. Production of electric energy in United States, Apr. and May 1941 ; 
no. 41-5. June 30, 1941. 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t FP 1.11 : 941/5 

National electric rate book. 

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National electric rate book: [State separate] ; Connecticut. June 1, 1941. 

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Same; Massachusetts. May 31, 1941. 51+2 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of 

Aug. 12, 1940.] FP 1.18 : M 38/941 

Same; Mississippi. May 1, 1941. 25+ [1] p. 4" [Supersedes issue of 

May 7, 1940.] ' FP 1.18 : M 691/941 

Same; Montana. May 31, 1941. 5+1 p. 4" [Supersedes issue of Nov. 9, 

1940. ] FP 1.18 : M 76/941 

Same; South Carolina. May 15, 1941. 18+2 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of 

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FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Federal reserve luUetiu, July 1941; [v. 27, no. 7]. n. p. [1941]. L2]+6U5-722 p. 
il. 1 pi. 4° [Monthly.] f Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
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Periodicals. Weekly review of periodicals, R and S WRP-8S3 to R and S WRP- 
837; July 1-29, 1941. [1941.] Each [l]+8 p. or [l]+7 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

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Report. 27th annual report of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve System, 
covering operations for [calendar] year 1940. n. p. [1941]. v+111 p. il. t 
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FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS 

Arithmetic workbooks. Camp life arithmetic workbook 5: [Decimals, percentage, 
the checking account and loans; prepared by William P. Wynn]. [1941.] 
[2] +107 p. il. 4° [Prepared for use of enrollees in Civilian Conservation 
Corps.] * Paper, 30c. FS4.10:5 

National defense. Civilian Conservation Corps contributing to defense of the 
Nation. [1941.] [12] p. il. 4" t FS 4.2 : C 49/3 

Safety bulletin, June 1941. [1941.] [1]+16 leave.s. 4" (Safetv Division.) 
[Proces.sed. | t FS 4.8 : 941/1 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

Children's literattire. They love to read; [by Margaret S. Ernst]. [1941.] 
4 p. 4° [From School life. May 1941.] t FS5.7/a:R22 

Credit problems of families, study of credit as phase of family financial plan- 
ning, suggestions to homemaking teachers [with lists of references and bibli- 
ography ; by Madge A. Coble, Lucile W. Reynolds. Barbara Van Heulen, and 
James L. Robinson, with cooperation of Beulah I. Coon]. 1940 [reprint 1941]. 
vii+99 1). il. 3 pi. (Vocational Division bulletin 206 ; Home economics series 23. ) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Farm Credit Administration.] * Paper. 20c. 
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Farm-fan) ihj living, contributing to satisfying farm-family living through coopera- 
tive educational programs in vocational agriculture and home economies. 1941. 
[l]+ii+12 p. il. (Vocational Division monograph 22.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card E 41-101 FS 5.128 : 22 

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Hygiene. State-wide trends in school hygiene and physical education ; by James 
Frederick Rogei's. Revised [edition]. [1941.] [4] +15 p. (Pamphlet 5.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card E 41-106 FS 5.17 : 5 

National defense. Democracy in summer camp [with list of suggestions for 
reading: prepared by Bernard S. IMasonl. 1941. vi+20 p. il. 4° (Education 
and national defense series, pamphlet 23.) [Prepared in cooperation with 
American Camping Association.] * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card E 41-104 FS 5.22 : 23 

Education under dictator.ships and in democracies [with list of sugges- 
tions for reading; prepared by James F. Abel]. 1941. vi+19 p. il. 4" (Edu- 
cation and national defense series, pamphlet 15.) * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card E 41-103 FS 5.22 : 15 

What schools can do [with list of references]. 1941. vi+22 p. il. 4° 

(Education and national defense series, pamphlet 4.) * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card E 41-102 FS 5.22 : 4 

Negroes. Supervision of education of Negroes as function of State departments 
of education; by Ambrose Caliver. [1941.] vi+45 p. (Bulletin 1940, no. 6; 
Monograph 11, Studies of State departments of education.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card E 40-105 FS 5.3 : 940/ 6/M 11 

NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION 

Conference of State Advisers of Negro Affairs. Findings of Conference of State 
Advisers of Negro Affairs, Cleveland, Ohio, Apr. 28-29, 1941. [1941.] 2 leaves, 
4" [Proces.sed.] f FS 6.2 :N 31/2 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

Choriomeningitis virus infection without central nervous system manifestations, 
report of case [and with list of references] ; by Charles Armstrong and J. W. 
Hornibrook. [1941.] 4p.il. (Reprint 2270.) [From Public health reports, v. 
56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50916 FS 2.7/a : 2270 

Containers. Bactericidal effect of paraffining of paperboard used for paper milk 
containers [with list of references] ; by Frederic J. Moss, Robert C. Thomas, and 
Mildred K. Havens. [1941.] [2] +13 p. 11. 1 pi. (Reprint 2273.) [From Public 
health reports, v. 56, no. IS, May 2, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50917 FS 2.7/a : 2273 

First aid. Until the doctor comes; by James A. Dolce. [1941.] [l]+60+[l] p. 
il. oblong 24" ( [IMiscellaneous publication 21] ; Sanitary Reports and Statistics 
Division.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50918 FS 2.29 : 21 

Heart disease in Philadelphia cardiac clinics, composite picture of etiological 
types in clinics of 15 hospitals, with special reference to rheumatic heart disease 
and .syphilis of aorta and heart [and with list of references] ; by O. F. Hedley. 
1941. iv+38 p. il. (Public health bulletin 208.) [Fi-om Infectious Diseases 
Division, National Institute of Health.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50839 FS 2.3 : 268 

Hospital news, v. 8, no. 11 and 12, June 1 and 15, 1941; issued by Division of 
Marine Hospitals and Relief and Division of Mental Hygiene. [1941.] [3] +27 
p. il. and [3]+31 p. il. 2 pi. 4° [Semimonthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 36-23626 FS 2.12 : 8/11, 12 

Housing. Recent developments relating to public health interest in housing [with 
li.st of references] ; by John C. Leukhardt. [1941.] [2] +4 p. (Reprint 2266.) 
[From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50914 FS 2.7/a : 2266 

Hydrocarbons. Portable unit for determination of halogenated hydrocarbons 
[with list of references]; by H. C. Dudley. [1941.] [2] +7 p. if. (Reprint 
2277.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 19, May 9, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50915 FS 2.7/a : 2277 

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1016 Government Publications 

Hygiene. Personal hygiene [with list of references] ; compiled by Robert Olesen. 
IKeprint] 1941. vi4-46 p. il. (Supplement 137 co Public health reports.) 

* Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50059 T 27.6/2 : 137/1-3 

Note. — This roprint is classed with the originai publication so tliat the set may be filed 
together. 

Mapharsen. Toxic dose of maphursen given by continuous drip method [with 
list of references: by] Harold J. Magnuson, B. O. Raulston. 1941. [1]4-10 p. 
il. ([Venereal Diseases Division]; Reprint 154.) [From Venereal disease 
information, v. 22, May 1941.] * Paper, 5c. FS 2.9/a : 154 

Monquitoex. Preliminary survey of anopheline mosquito fauna of southeastern 
Minne.sota and adjacent Wisconsin areas [with list of references] ; by Richard 
H. Daggy, Oswald J. Muegge, and William A. Riley. [1941.] [2] +13^ p. il. 1 pi. 
(Reprint 2268.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] 

* Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50919 FS 2.7/a : 2268 

National defense. Special problems in our health defenses ; by Paul V. McNutt 
[1941.] [2] +5 p. (Reprint 2274.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 19. 
May 9, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50920 FS 2.7/a : 2274 

National Nutrition Conference [for Defense, convened in Washington, D. C, 
May 26-28, 1941]. [1941.] [2]+22p. (Reprint 2285.) [From Public health 
reports, v. 56, no. 24, June 13, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50921 FS 2.7/a : 2285 

Pneumocoeci. Studies on immunizing substances in pueumococci : 12, Comparison 
of effect of whole-cell vaccine and of polysaccharide antigen in human beings 
[with list of references] ; by Lloyd D. Felton, Carl F. Jordan, E. N. Hesbacher, 
and Ellis K. Vanbel. [1941.] [2] +14 p. (Reprint 2279.) [Prepared in co- 
operation with Iowa State Health Department and Polk County (Iowa) 
Health Service. From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 20, May 16, 1941.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 39-26099 FS 2.7/a : 2279 

Poliomyelitis. Clinical study of poliomyelitis in Charleston County, S. C, 1939 
[with list of references] ; by Dorland J. Davis, Francis J. Weber, and Margaret 
S. Arey. [1941.] [2] +11 p. (Reprint 2275.) [From Public health reports, 
v. 56, no. 19, May 9, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50922 FS 2.7/a : 2275 

— — Prevalence of poliomyelitis in United States in 1940 [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by C. C. Dauer. [1941.] [2] +9 p. il. (Reprint 2267.) [From Pub- 
lic health reports, v. 56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50923 FS 2.7/a : 2267 

Psittacosis. Outbreak of psittacosis at National Zoological Park, Washington, 
D. C. ; by T. H. Tomlinson, jr. [1941.] [2]+9 p. (Reprint 2280.) [From 
Public health reports, v. 56, no. 21, May 23, 1941.] * Pai>er, 5e. 
L. C. card 41-50924 FS 2.7/a : 2280 

Public health engineering abstracts, June 1941; v. 21, no. 6. [1941.] [l]+52 p. 
il. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Omission of pages 25 and 26 does not indicate 
omitted material.] f FS 2.13: 21/6 

Public health reports, v. 56, no. 26-30; June 27-July 25, 1941. [1941.] [xix] + 
1301-1534 p. il. [Weekly. Articles of special interest are issued as reprints 
or as supplements and are listed in the Monthly catalog when published.] 

* Paper, 5c single copy, $2.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.25. 

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persons directly or indirectly ensaged in public health work. Others des'irin,!? the Reports 
may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C. at the prices 
stated above. Articles of special interest are issued as reprints or as supplements, in 
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Scarlet fever. Dick reaction and scai'let fever morbidity following injections 
of purified and tannic acid precipitated erythrogenic toxin [with list of ref- 
erences] ; by M. V. Veldee, E. C Peck, J. P. Franklin, and H. R. DuPuy. [IWl.] 
[2] +18 p. (Reprint 2272.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 18, May 
2,1941.] ♦Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50925 FS 2.7/a : 2272 

Selective serv-ice. Causes of physical disqualification under selective service 
law, early indications ; by Rollo H. Britten and George St. J. Perrott. [1941.] 
[2] +5 p. (Reprint 2270.) [Fnmi Public health reports, v. 56, no. 19, May 
9, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50920 FS 2.7/a : 2276 

Shellfish. [Revised list of shellfish shippers dated Sept. 3, 1940], supp. 16-20; 
May 1-July 15, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 4° [Semimonthly; none issued 
May 15, 1941. Processed. Issued with perforations] t 

FS 2.16 : 940/supp. 16-20 

Siiphilis. Evaluating serologic test for syphilis in metroiX)litan community; [by] 
Nathan Nagle, J. C. WlUett. 1941. |l]+6 p. il. ([Venereal Di.seases Di- 
vision] ; Reprint 155.) [From Venereal disease information, v. 22, May 1941.] 
* Paper, 5c. FS 2.9/a : 155 

Ticks. Further new species of Ornithodoros from bats (Acarina: Argasidae) ; 
by R. A. Cooley and Glen M. Kohls. [1941.] [2] +5 p. il. 1 pi. (Reprint 
2271.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50927 FS 2.7/a : 2271 

Tuberculosis. Post-sanatorium tuberculosis survival rates in IVIinnesota [with 
list of references] : by H. E. Hilleboe. [1941.] [2]+ 13 p. (Reprint 2269.) 
[From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 17, Apr. 25, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50928 FS 2.7/a : 2269 

Quantitative studies of tuberculin reaction ; 1, Titration of tuberculin 

sensitivity and its relation to tuberculous infection [with list of references] ; 
by Michael L. Furcolow, Barbara Hewell, Waldo E. Nelson, and Carroll E. 
Palmer. [1941.] [2] +18 p. il. (Reprint 2281.) [From Public health re- 
ports, V. 56, no. 21, May 23, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. FS 2.7/a : 2281 
L. C. card 41-50929 

Venereal disease information, v. 22, no. 7, July 1941 ; issued by Public Health 
Service for use in its cooperative work with State and local health departments 
and physician in private practice. [1941.] [2] +233-270 p. il. [Monthly. 
Articles of special interest are issued as reprints or supplements and are listed 
in the Monthly catalog when published.] * Paper, 5c single copy, 50c a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 90c. 
L. C. card 23-26719 FS 2.9 : 22/7 

Venereal diseases. Directory of clinics for diagnosis and treatment of venereal 
diseases. Revised Jan. i, 1941. [1941.] [4] +107 p. (Supplement 4 to 
Venereal disease information. ) * Paper, 15c. FS 2.10 : 4/2 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 

Cancer. Early diagnosis of cancer of stomach, gastroscopy and gastric biopsies, 
gastrophotography and X-rays [with list of references] ; by Rudolph Schindler. 
[1941.] [2] +30 p. il. 1 pi. (Reprint 39.) [From Journal of National Cancer 
Institute, v. 1, no. 4, Feb. 1940.] * Paper. 15c. FS 2.31/a : 39 

Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
p. 727-863, il. [Bimonthly. Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover. Articles of special 
interest are issued as reprints and are listed in the Monthly catalog wlien 
published.] * Paper, 40c single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.60. 
L. C. card 40-29172 FS 2.31 : 1/6 

Tissues. Chemical studies on components of normal and neoplastic tissues : 5, 
Relative arginase activity of certain tumors and normal control tissues [with 
list of references] ; by Jesse P. Greenstein, Wendell V. Jenrette, G. Burroughs 
Mider, and Julius White. [1941.] [2] +687-706 p. (Reprint 50.) [From 
Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 5, Apr. 1941.] * Paper, 10c. 

FS 2.31/a : 50 

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Tumiirx. Induction of tumors in guinea pigs with subcntaneously injected 
methvlflioUmthrene [with list of references] ; by Michael B. Shimkin and G. 
Burroughs Mider. [1941.] [2] +707-72.") p. il. (Reprint 51.) [From Jour- 
nal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 5, Apr. 1941. J * Paper, 10c. 

FS 2.31/a : 51 

Studies on purification and properties of rabbit-papiiloma-virus protein 

[with list of references] ; by W. Ray Bryan and J. W. Beard. [1941.] [2] +607- 
673 p. il. (Reprint 48.) [From Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 5, 
Apr. 1941.] * Paper, 15c. FS 2.31/a : 48 

SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD 

Civil sei-vice retirement net. Benefits and beneficiaries luider civil service retire- 
ment act [by] Ruth Reticker; [Social and economic data, payments under 
.selected social insurance and related programs]. [1941.] 29-42+92-97 p. il 4" 
[From Social security bulletin, v. 4, no. 4, Apr. 1941.] t FS 3.3/a : R 314/2 

Military serriee. Foreign provisions for dependents of mobilized men [with list 
of sources: by] Marianne Sakmann. [1941.] [2] +11-28 p. 4" [From Social 
security bulletin, v. 4, no. 4, Apr. 1941.] t FS 3.3/a : D 441 

Old age assintanee. Distribution patterns in old-age assistance payments approved 
in 1938-39 : [prepared in Division of Public Assistance Research, Bureau of 
Research and Statistics]. [1941.] p. t)-19 il. 4° [Fro-m Social security bulletin, 
V. 4, no. 1, Jan. 1941.] t FS 3.3/a : 01 1/7 

Publie a.'isistanee ; preprinted from Social security bulletin, v. 4, no. 0; June 1941. 
[1941.] 21 p. il. 4° (Public Assistance Bureau, Divisions of Operating Statistics 
and Analvsis and Social Statistics and Research.) [Monthly.] t 

FS 3.3/a2 : 941/4 

Relief. Administration of general relief in the States during 1940; [by] Dorothy 
R. Bucklin and Alden J. Teske. [1941.] [1] +32-36 p. 4° [From Social security 
bulletin, v. 4, no. 3, Mar. 1&41.] t FS 3.3/a : R 279 

Social security bulletin, June 1941; v. 4, no. 6. [1941.] cover title, i+75 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly.] * Paper, 20e. single co-py, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription. $3.75. 
L. C. card 40-29327 FS 3.3 : 4/6 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY BUREAU 

Benefit pai/ments. Duration of benefit payments in New Hampshire, benefit 
years ending Jan. 1-June 30, 1939. [June 3, 1941.] [3]+19 p. il. 4° (Series 
of 1941, no. 3: Research and Statistics Division.) [Processed.] t 

FS 3.118 : 941/3 

Duration of benefit payments in Utah, uniform benefit year ending July 6, 

1940. (June 19, 1941.] [3]+13 p. il. 4° (Series of 1941, no. 4; Research and 
Statistics Division.) [Processed.] t FS 3.118 : 941/4 

Employment fiecurity. Preliminary report of employment security operations, 
Mav 1941. June 21. 1941. [l]+3 p.+ [3] leaves, 4° (Research and Statistics 
Division.) [Processed.] f FS 3.115 : 941/5 

Summary of employment security activities, Apr. 1941. [1941.] [3] +7 

p. + [13] leaves, 4 pi. 4° (Research and Statistics Division.) [Monthly. 
Processed.] t FS 3.114: 941/4 

Same, May 1941. [1941.] [3] +16 p. +[32] leaves, 4 pi. 4° (Research 

and Statistics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.]! FS 3.114 :941/5 

Em.ploijment .security review, July 1941; v. 8, no. 7. [1941.] cover title. 20 p. 
[Monthly. Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card L 35-100 FS 3.107 : 8/7 

Labor market developments. Mav 1941. [1941.] [5] +63 p. 4° (Research and 
Statistics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t FS 3.113 : 941/5 

Unemployment eompensation. Unemployment compensation interpi-etation serv- 
ice : Federal .series [pt. 2] supplement of June 15, 1941, Federal rulings affect- 
ing subchap. A and C, chap. 9, of internal revenue code (formerly titles 8 and 9 

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I'nempUnnnent coin pen sat ion — Continued. 
of social security act) ; [prepared by Interpretation Service]. [1941.] [2] + 
4+iii p. [Montlilv. For official use only. Issued with i^erf orations.] t 

SS 1 : 20 : pt. 2/supp./941-6 
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be filed together. 

Same: Federal series [pt. 2] supplement of July 15, 1941, Federal rulings 

affecting .subchap. A and C, chap. 9, of internal revenue code (formerly titles 8 
and 9 of social security act) ; [prepared by Interpretation Service]. [1941.] 
[2] +31-34+ i p. [Monthly. For official use only.] t SS 1.20 : pt.2/supp./941-7 

Note. — This supplement is classed with the original publication so that the set may 
be filed together. 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Commission has not. as yet, resumed the advance sheets of its decisions 
in printed form, whicli it di.'^continued with the conclusion of volume 23. The Commission 
will, liowever, on request, in case of a specific interest, suiiply mimeographed copy of the 
full text of any of tlic findings as to the facts, orders, or stipulations which are published 
later in printed form in tlie bound volumes and sold by the Superintendent of Documents, 
Washington, D. C. 

Etahli.sficnicnt.'i Ricfdud, Inc. No. 16927, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
Etablissemcnts Iviyaud, Inc., and E. Fougera & Company, Inc., v. Federal Trade 
(-omniis.sion, on pctitlDU to set aside order of Federal Trade Commission; brief 
for respondent. [1941.] cover title, iv +48 p. t FT 1.5 : Et 11 

Tnixts. Clayton act. Public no. 212, o3d Congres.?, H. R. 15657, as amended by 
I'ublic no. 692, 7-ith Congress, June 19, 1936, act to supplement existing laws 
against unlawful restraints and monopolies, and for other purposes. [1941.] 
16 p. t FT 1.2 : C 57/941 

Work. Monthly summarv of work, Mav 1941. [1941.] 12 p. [Processed.] t 

FT 1.15 : 941/5 

— — Same, June 1941. [1941.] 16 p. [Processed.] f FT 1.15: 941/6 

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Actiiritics. What and whv is USHA. [Revised edition.] [1941.] [6] p. il. f 

FW 3.2 : H 81/8/941 

Public housinq for planners and builders of American communities, June 7-July 
25, 1941; V. 2, no. -10-42. [1941.] Each [4] p. il. f" * Paper, 5c. single copy, 
$1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.80. FW 3.7 : 2/40-42 

PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRATION 

High ways, current literature, v. 20, no. 23-28, June 4-July 9, 1941; compiled by 
library staff of Public Roads Administx'ation. [1941.] various paging, 4° 
[Weekly. Processed.] t FW 2.8 : 20/23-28 

Public roads, journal of highway research, v. 22, no. 5; July 1941. [1941.] cover 
title, p. 103-121. 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 FW 2.7 : 22/5 

Progress maps 

Note. — These maps show the status of improvement of the Federal-aid system 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 arc .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 periodi- 
cally to show any change in impi'ovement of the highways. As the transportation maps 
for each State become available, publication of progress maps for that State is discontinued. 

Colorado. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [Colorado] ; data corrected 
to Mar. 1, 1940. Scale 1 : 760,320, or 1 in.=12 m. [Washington, D. C] Geologi- 

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1020 Government Publications 

Colorado — Continued, 
cal Survey [1940]. [2 sheets] each 28X19 in. [Projection, modified polyconic. 
Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 20c. per set of 2 maps. 

FW 2.12 : C 71/E, W 

36E. Eastern Colorado. 
36W. Western Colorado. 

Mississippi. Federal aid highway system, progress map: [Mississippi] ; data cor- 
rected to Mar. 1, 1940. Scale 1 : 500,000, or 1 in.=7.891 m. [Washington, D. C] 
Geological Survey [1940]. [2 sheets] each 19X28 in. [Projection, modified 
polvconic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 20c. per set of 
2 maps. FW 2.12 : M 69i/N, S 

22N. Northern Mississippi. 
22S. Southern Mississippi. 

Neiv Mexico. Federal aid highway system, progress map : [New Mexico] ; data 
corrected to May 1, 1940. Scale 1 : 760,320, or 1 in. =12 m. [Washington, D. C] 
Geological Survey [1940]. [2 sheets] each 19X28 in. [Projection, modified 
polvconic. Base map from Geological Survey State map.] * 20c. per set of 
2 maps. FW 2.12 : N 42m/940/N, S 

37N. Northern New Mexico. 
37S. Southern New Mexico. 

WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION 

Americanization. W. P. A. Americanization and citizenship program. [1941.] 
[6] p. il. narrow 8° t FW 4.2 : Am 3 

Federal work and construction projects, Apr. 1941. [July 8, 1941.] 2+ [7] 
leaves, 4° [Monthly. Processed. Subject to revision.] t FW 4.33: 941/4 

Federal ivork programs and public assistance, Apr. 1941. [1941.] 9 leaves, 4* 
[Monthly. Processed.] t FW 4.32: 941/4 

Statistical bulletin. WPA statistical bulletin, June 1941. [1941.] [l]-|-llp. 
11. 4° (Statistics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 39^29385 FW 4.13 : 941/6 



GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions. Decisions of comptroller gener'al, v. 20, May 1941 ; Lindsay C. Warren, 
comptroller general, R. N. Elliott, assistant comptroller general. 1941. 
[1] +703-847 p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy (incorrectly given on 
publication as 15c. ) , $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 20A1 

Index-digest of published decisions of comptroller general [v. 9-19] with 

statutes, decisions, and opinions cited therein, 1929-40. 1941. 2 pts. in 1, 

iii+1078 p. * Cloth, $3.25. 

L. C. card 41-50930 GA 1.5/3 : 929-^ 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Cotigress. Proceedings of Congress, Annals of Congress, Register of debates, 
Congressional globe. Congressional record, list of publications for sale by 
superintendent of documents ; June 1941. 1941. iv+17+[l] p. (Price list 49, 
27th edition.) t 
L. C. card 25-26728 GP 3.9 : 49/27 

Interstate commerce. Publications relating to interstate commerce and to Fed- 
eral Communications Commission, list of publications for sale by superintendent 
of documents; July 1941. 1941. [2]+28-f[l] p. (Price list 59, 27th edi- 
tion. ) t 
L. C. card 25-26812 GP 3.9 : 59/27 

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July 1941 1021 

Monthly catalog. United States Government publications, monthly catalog, no. 
558 ; June 1941. 1941. ix+ 767-937 p. * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.10. 
L. O. card 4-18088 GP 3.8/1 : 941/6 

Weekly list of selected United States Government publications, July 2-30, 
1941. [1941.] Each 4 p. (1941-27 to l»il-31.) t 
L. C. card 2&-26554 GP 3.17 : 941/27-31 

Note. — The Weekly list is an advertising list of United States Government publications 
for sale by the Superintendent of Documents. The list is arranged alphabetically by 
subjects, with annotations and prices. It may be obtained free of charge upon application 
to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT 

BITUMINOUS COAL DIVISION 

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments, M. C. D. 115. July 1, 1941. 6 leaves, il. f 
[Processed.] t 146.8:115 

Preliminary estimates of production of bituminous coal, June 1941. July 5, 

1941. 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 146.11:941/6 

Weekly coal report, W. C. R. 1251-W. O. R. 1254. July 5-26, 1941. Each 

4 p. or 2 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t I 46.7 : 1251-1254 

Distributors. Registered distributors under bituminous coal act of 1937, supp. 5 ; 
June 15, 1941 [list]. [1941.] [l]+2p. 4° [Processed.] t I 46.14 : 941/supp.5 

Same, supp 6; July 1, 1941 [list]. [1941.] [2] p. 4" [Processed.] t 

I 46.14 : 941/SUPP.6 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 

Alaska. Fisheries of Alaska, 1940. [1941.] 4 leaves, 4° (Statistical bulletin 
1430.) [Processed.] t 149.8:1430 

Regulations for. protection of game fish and other fish in fresh waters of 

Alaska. [1941.] 3 p. 4° [Processed. Title 50, Wildlife, chap. 1, Fish and Wild- 
life Service, subchap. P, Alaska fresh-vpater fisheries, Code of Federal regula- 
tions, published by Federal Register Division, National Archives.] t 

1 49 6: Alls/3 
Note. — These regulations supersede Alaska fresh-water fisheries regulations promulgated 
by Secretary of Interior. May 28, 1940 (5 F. R. 2140 (DI)), and codified under pt. 202, 
subchap. A, chap. 2 of title 50. 

Regulatory announcement 1. amdt. 1-3, May 16-June 10, 1941. [1941.] 

Each 5 p. or 1 p. 4" [Processed. Title 50, Wildlife, chap. 1. Fish and Wildlife 
Service, subchap. Q, Alaska commercial fisheries, published by Federal Register 
Division, National Archives.] t I 49.24 : l/amdt.1-3 

Birds. Aids for bird studv flistl ; prepared in Division of Wildlife Research. 
Mar. 1941. 9 p. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 180.) [Processed.] t 149.13:180 

Blood smears. Preparation of blood smears and tissue impressions for laboratory 
study; by Don R. Coburn. Apr. 1941. 2 p. 1 pi. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 185.) 
[Processed.] t 149.13:185 

Coyotes. Food habits of coyote [with list of literature cited] ; by Charles C. 
Sperry. 1941. iv+70 p. il. 3 pi. (Wildlife research bulletin 4.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 41-50931 1 49.19 : 4 

Crawfishes. Directions for destroying crawfishes ; prepared in Division of 
Predator and Rodent Control. May 1941. 2 p. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 190.) 
[Processed. Supersedes leaflet Bi-770 issued, June 1924, by Biological Survey 
Bureau under Agriculture Department.] t 149.13:190 

Fishery market news. June 1941 ; [v. 3, no. 6]. [1941.] [2]+24-f[2] p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card F 39-3 1 49.10 : 3/6 

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1022 Government Publications 

Fishery products. Cold storage holdings of fishery products, June 15, 1941. 
[1941]. 2 1). oblong large S" (Statistical buUetin 1432.) [Processed. Sta- 
tistics furni.slu'd by Agricultural Marketing Service. Agriculture Depart- 
ment.] t 149.8:1432 

Landings by fishing vessels at certain New England ports, May 1941. 

[1941.] 4 leaves, 4° ( Statistical bulletin 1429. ) [Processed.] t 149.8:1429 

Fu7-s. Publications on selection and care of furs [list; prepared in Section of 
Fur Resources, Division of Wildlife Research]. May 1941. 1 p. 4° (Wildlife 
leaflet 189.) [Processed. 1 t 149.13:189 

Mackerel. Studies on handling of fresh mackerel (Scomber scombrus) [with 
list of literature cited] ; by M. E. Stansby and J. M. Lemon. 1941. ii4-4(j p. il. 
(Research report 1.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50960 I 49.26 : 1 

Manuscrii)ts. Guide for form and typing of manuscripts of Fish and Wildlife 
Service; prepared in Division of Public Relations. [1941.] 17+ [1] p. 4° 
[Processed.] t I49.2:M31 

Otters. Raising otters in captivity ; prepared in Section of Fur Resources, Divi- 
sion of Wildlife Research. May 1941. 2 p. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 188.) [Proc- 
essed. Supersedes Wildlife research and management leaflet BS-75 issued, 
Dec. 1936, bv Biological Survey Bureau under Agriculture Department.] f 

149.13:188 

Riihhits. Publications on rabbits, cavies. and other stock [list] ; compiled in 
Section of Fur Resources, Division of Wildlife Research . Apr. 1941. [2] p. 4° 
(Wildlife leaflet 184.) [Processed.] t 149.13:184 

GENERAL LAND OFFICE 

Maps 

Hairaii. Territory of Hawaii, compiled from data on file in Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Geological Survey, IJydrographic OflBce, Hawaiian Government surveys, 
and other authentic sources, 1938 ; revised and drawn by H. Rub. Scale 
1 in. =12 Stat. m. [Washington] Geological Survey [1941]. 22X33 in. * 25c. 

I 21.13 : H 31/2/938 
Inset : Hawaiian Archipelago. 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Note. — The publications of the United States Geological Survey consist of Monographs, 
P)-ofessional papers, Bulletins, Water-.supply papers, folios of ini' Geologic atlas of the 
United States, topographic maps (some of which bear descriptive texts), h.isa and contour 
and other maps of the United States and of the States. Practically all of them are sale 
publications. The maps and folios are sold by the Geological Survey at W.ishington, D. C. 
Orders for other pul)lications that are for sale should be sent to the Superintendent of 
Docunieiifs. Washington. T). C 

Atlantic Coastal Plain. Summary of yearly discharge at gaging stations in 
South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico basins. 1941. iv+351-384 p. 
[Prepared in cooperation with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. From Water-supply paper 872, Surface 
water supply of United States, 1939. pt. 2.1 * Paper, l(k: I 19.13/a : At 6 

Hairnii. Surface water supply of Hawaii. July 1, 193S-June 30, 1939; Carl G. 
Paulsen, acting chief hydraulic engineer. Max H. Carson, district engineer. 1941. 
v + 142 p. (Water-supply paper 885.) [Prepared in cooperation with Hawaii.] 
* Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card GS17-466 119.13:885 

/*hJ>//c«<(0»* issued in June 1041 : list 400. [1941.] 8 p. [Monthly.! t 

I 19.14/4 : 400 

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July 1941 1023 

Topographic quadrangle maps 

Note. — The Geological Survey makes the contoured — i. e., the three-dimensional topo- 
graphic maps of the country that are designed eventually to cover the whole United States, 
also Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Kico. 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 com- 
monly used are 1:31,680, 1:62,500, and 1:125,000, corresponding approximately to i^ 
mile, 1 mile, and 2 miles to 1 inch. The area covered varies with the latitude, but the 
average area of a quadrangle is 58, 230, or 920 square miles, respectively, for these three 
scales. Topographic maps are printed on uniform-sized paper, about 20 by I61/2 inches 
and the maps of the quadrangle areas represented thereon are about IT'/a 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 half of the continental area of the country, excluding Alaska, has been mapped, 
every State being represented. Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, 
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, 
and West Virginia are completely mapped. 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. In 
ordering, give the name of the map and the State in which the area lies. 

California. California, Mineral quadrangle, lat. 40°-40°30', long. 121°30'-122°. 
Scale 1 : 125,000, contour interval 100 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological Sur- 
vey] edition of 1941. 17X13 in. tlOc. 119.12 : 4M 662/941 

California, Sierra Madre quadrangle, lat. 34°06'-34°12', long. 118°-118°06'. 

Scale 1:24,000, contour intervals 5 and 25 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological 
Survey] edition of 1941. 18X15 in. 1 10c. 119.12 : 4Si 17m/941 

////;»o/.s-Iowa, Keithsburg quadrangle, lat. 41°^1°15', long. 90°45'-91°. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour intervals 10 and 20 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological Survev] 
edition of 1941. 17X13 in. 1 10c. 119.12 : 12K 269/941 

Mafim-chtisctts. Massachu.setts, Marion quadrangle, lat. 41°37'30"-41°45', long. 
70°45'-7()°52'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, D. C, 
Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17X13 in. 1 10c. I 19.12: 21M 330/941 

— — Massachusetts-New Hampshire, Mt. Grace quadrangle, lat. 42°37'30"- 
42°45', long. 72°15'-72°22'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. [Wash- 
ington, D. C, Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17X13 in. [Map covers only a 
portion of the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 21M 863g/941 

Massachusetts-Vermont, Colrain quadrangle, lat. 42°37'30"-42°45', long. 

72°37'30"-72°45'. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, D.C., 
Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17X13 in. [Map covers onlv a portion of 
the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 21C 719/941 

Montana, Pendroy quadrangle, lat. 48°^8°15', long. 112°15'-112°.30'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 25 ft. [Washington, D. C. Geological Survey] edition 
of 1941. 17X13 in. 1 10c. I 19.12 : 26P 374/941 

Pennsylvania. Marienville quadrangle, lat. 41°15'-41°30', long. 79°-79°15'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological Survey] edition 
of 1941. 17X13 in. 1 10c. 119.12 : 38M 338/941 

Washington, Yakima east quadrangle, lat. 46°30'-46°45', long. 120°15'-120°30'. 
Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 25 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological Survey] 
edition of 1941. 17X13 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 48Y lle/941 

GRAZING SERVICE 

Grazing 7>unrtin. July 1941; [v. 4, no. 3]. [1941.] cover title, 32 p. il. large 8° 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card 36-26718 I 33.3 : 4/3 

Note. — This bulletin is intended to give current news of grazing districts, of aims 
and accomplishments in the program of conservation, and information on plans for the 
protection, improvement, and development of the soil, water, and forage resources of the 
West and matters pertainin.ir to the stabilization of the livestock indusfrv under the 
Taylor grazing act of 1034, 

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1024 Government Publications 

INDIAN AFFAIRS OFFICE 

Apache Indians. Corporate charter of San Carlos Apache Tribe, Arizona ; ratified 
Oct. 16, 1940. 1941. [l]+5p. t 
L. C. card 41-50932 I 20.9/2 : Sa 5c/2 

Ooshute Indians. Constitution and by-laws of Confederated Tribes of Goshute 
Reservation, Utah ; approved Nov. 25, 1940. 1941. [1] +9 p. t 
L. C. card 41-50933 I 20.9/2 : G 69 

Indians at work, July 1941; [v. 8, no. 11]. [1941.] cover title, [2] +34 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover. A news sheet 
for Indians and the Indian service.] f 
L. C. card 35-17595 I 20.22 : 8/11 

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Constitution and by-laws of Salt 
River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Ariz.; approved June 11, 1940. 1941. 
[l]+9p. t 
L. C. card 41-50934 I 20.9/2 : Sa 37 

Shoshone Indiana. Constitution and by-laws of Duckwater Shoshone Tribe of 
Duckwater Reservation, Nev. ; approved Nov. 28, 1940. 1941. [l]-|-9 p. f 
L. C. card 41-50935 I 20.9/2 : D 85 

Corporate charter of Duckwater Shoshone Tribe of Duckwater Reservation, 

Nev. ; ratified Nov. 30, 1940. 1941. [l]+5p. t 

L. C. card 41-50936 1 20.9/2 : D 85/2 

Tetlin Native Village. Constitution and by-laws of Native Village of Tetlin, 
Alaska ; ratified Mar. 20, 1940. 1941. [l]-f4 p. f 
L. C. card 41-50937 I 20.9/2 : T 291 

Corporate charter of Native Village of Tetlin, Alaska ; ratified Mar. 20, 

1940. 1941. [l]-f2p. t 

L. C. card 41-50938 I 20.9/2 : T 291/2 

INFORMATION DIVISION 

Conservation. Current conservation, clip sheet of current news about conserva- 
tion activities of Federal Government furnished for convenience of editors 
and correspondents, v. 4, no. 4; July 1941. [1941.] 1 p. il. large 4" 
[Monthly.] t 143.7:4/4 

MINES BUREAU 

Antimmiy and cadmium ; by T. H. Miller and T. P. Wootton. 1941. [2] -f 709-730 
p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. 

I 28.37/a : An 87/940-2 

Asphalt and related bitumens; by A. H. Redfield. 1941. [2] +1093-1104 p. 
[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

1 28.37/a : As 65/940-2 

Barite, witherite, and barium chemicals; by Bertr&nd L. Johnson and K. G. 
Warner. 1941. [2] +1333-42 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals vearbook, feview 
of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : B 239/940-2 

Cement. Cement; by Oliver Bowles and E. V. Balser. 1941. [2] +1105-36 p. 
il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. 

I 2S.37/a : C 332/940-2 

Monthly cement statement, C. P. 240, supp. A. June 28, 1941. 2 leaves, 

il. f (Statistical and economic surveys. Nonmetal Economics Division.) 
[Processed.] t I 28.29 : 240/supp. A 

Same, C. P. 241. July 24, 1941. 3 leaves, il. f ( Statistical and economic 

surveys. Nonmetal Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 128.29:241 

Chrnmite; by Robert H. Ridgway and N. B. Melcher. 1941. [2] +585-596 p. il. 
[Preprint fi'om Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 2S.37/a : C 468/940-2 

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July 1941 1025 

Coal. Bituminous coal. 1941. |2| +1'<">9-818 p. 11. [Preprint from Minerals 
yearbook, review of 1940.] * I'aper, lUc. I 2S.37/a : B 549/940-2 

Carbonizing properties and petrographic composition of no. 1-bed coal from 

Bell no. 1 mine, Sturgis, Crittenden ("ounty, Ky., and effect of blending this 
coal with Pocahontas no. o- and no. 4-bed coals; by J. D. Davis, D. A. Reynolds, 
R. E. Brewer, G. C. Sprunk, and L. D. Schmidt. 1941. vi-l-4r) p. 11. "(Tech- 
nical paper 028.) [Includes list entitled Previous publications on survey of 
carbonizing properties of American coals.] * Paper, 10c. 

Iv. C. card 41-50989 128.7:628 

International co;il trade, monthly inventory of information from U. S. 

(Government foreign servic-e offices and other sources tiiat may not otherwise 
be made available promptly, v. 10, no. 0; June 30, 1941. 11941.] [11+12 p. 4° 
(Economics and Statistics Branch.) [Processed.] f 128.42:10/6 

Pennsylvania anthracite; by F. M. Shore, J. R. Bradley, .1. A. Corgan, and 

A. V. Coleman. 1941. [2] -(-819-853 p. il. [Preprint fi-om Minerals yearbook, 
review of 1940.] * I'aper, 10c. 1 28.3T/a : An 86/940-2 

Preliminary estimates of jjroduction of Pennsylvaniii anthracite and of 

beehive coke, June 1941. [1941.] 2 leaves, 4" (Statistical and economical 
surveys. Coal Economics Division.) [Monthly. Proces.sed.] t 

I 28.50 : 911/6 

Weekly anthracite-beehive coke report, W. A.-C. R. 208 to W. A.-C. R. 211. 

July 5-2o, 1941. Each 2 leaves or 1 n. il. 4" (Statistical and ecimomic surveys. 
Coal Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 128.49:208-211 

Coal mines. (\)al-mine fatalities in May 1941 ; C. M. F. 119. [1941.] 13 p. il. 4" 
(Statistical and economic surveys. Mineral Production iind E)C(momics Di- 
vision.) (Monthly. Processed.] t 128.10/2:119 

Same, June 1941 : C. M. F. 120. ( 1941. [ 15 p. il. 4" ( Statistical and eco- 
nomic surveys. Mineral Production and Economics Division.) [Monthly. 
Processed.] i" 128.10/2:120 

Cuke. .Monthly coke vciiori. M. C. R. lOO. .inly 2C.. 1941. 2+[l] p. il. 4" 
( Statistical and economic surveys. Co.il Economics Division.) (Processed] t 

I 28.30 : 16;) 

GaaoliiK. Natural gasoline, :\Iay 1941. (1941.( 2 leaves. 4° (Report 944a-77. ) 
[Monthly. I'rocessed.] t 128.47:77 

World retail prices and taxes on gasoline, kerosene, and motor lubricating 

oils, (piarterly inventory of information fnmi U. S. Government foreign service 
offices and other sources that may not otherwise be made available pnjmptly, v. 
10, no. 2 : June 30, 1941. [1:)41.] " [3] -(-30-54 p. 4" ( Eco)iomlcs and Statistics 
Branch.) [Processed.] t 128.44:10/2 

Gold. Gold and silver; by Chas. AV. Henderson. 1941. [2] -f 61-84 p. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, revlf^w of 194(). ( * Paper, 10c. 

I 2S.37/a : G 563/16/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in Alaska (mine report) ; by Chas. W. Hen- 
derson and S. A. Gustav.son. 1941. [2] +175-188 p. [Preprint from Minerals 
yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : G 563/17/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in Wyoming (mine report) ; by Chas. W, 

Henderson. 1941. (2] +477-480 p. [Preprint from Sllnerals yearbook, re- 
view of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 2S.37/a : G 563/13/940-2 

Gold, silver, copijer, lead, and zinc in California (mine report) ; by Charles 

Wliite Merrill and H. M. Gavlord. 1941. [2] +217-259 p. 11. [Preprint from 
Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. I 28 37/a : G .163/3/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Colorado (mine report) ; by Chas. 

W. Henderson and A. J. Martin. 1941. [2] +279-314 p. 11. [Preprint from 
Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. I 2S.37/a : G 503/4/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Idaho (mine report) ; by G. E. Wood- 
ward and Paul Luff. 1941. [2] +325-350 p. il. [Preprint from IMinerals 
yearbook, review (.f 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : G 563/14/940-2 

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1026 Government PuiiLicATioNs 

Oold — Continued. 

Gold, i^ilver, coiiper, lead, and zinc in Montana (mine report) ; by G. E. 

Woodward and Paul LufE. 1941. [2] +351-378 p. il. L Preprint from Minerals 
yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. I 2S.37/a : G 563/15/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Nevada (mine report) ; by Charles 

White Merrill and H. M. Gaylord. 1941. [2] +879-402 p. il. [Preprint from 
Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : G 563/6/940-2 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc In New Mexico (mine report) ; by 

Chas. W. Henderson and A. J. Martin. 1941. [2] +403-419 p. il. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : G 563/7/940-2 

Jroii and steel scrap; by Robert H. Ridgway and Harold E. Carmony. 1941. 
[2] +499-521 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] 

* Paper, 5c. 1 28.37/a : Ir 6/2/940-2 

Lend and zinc pigments and zinc salts; by H. M. Meyer and A. W. Mitchell. 
1941. [21+161-174 p. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] 

* Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : L 469/2/940-2 

Lime; by Duncan McConnell and A. T. Coons. 1941. [2] +1207-22 p. il. [Pre- 
print from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : L 629/940-2 

Mafinesiutn; by Herbert A. Franke and M. E. Trought. 1941. [2] +699-708 p. 
[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

1 28.37/a : M 274/2/940-2 

MmigancHc and manganiferous ores : by Robert H. Ridgway, H. W. Davis, and 
Allan F. Matthews. 1941. [2] +567-584 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals vear- 
book, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 1 2S.37/a : :M 313/940-2 

Mercury. Mercury ; by H. M. Meyer and A. W. Mitchell. 1941. [2] +651-666 p. 
[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, i-eview of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : M 539/»40-2 

Monthly mercury report 22. Jtily 3, 1941. 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical and 

economic surveys. Metal Economics Division.) [Processed.] j 128.55:22 

Mct((l mines. Metal- and nonmetal-mine accidents in United States during calen- 
dar vear 1939 (excluding coal mines) ; by W. W. Adams and 'SI. E. Kolhos. 
1941. ii+."'>2 p. (Bulletin 440.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 13-35245 1 28.3 : 440 

Metals. Secondary metals, nonferrous ; by T. H. Miller and F. H. Wright. 1941. 
[2] +481-498 p. [Preprint from Jlinerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 
5c. I 28.37/a : Se 24/940-2 

Mica : by Paul :M. Tyler and K. G. Warner. 1041. [21+1357-68 p. il. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : M 581/940^2 

Mineral market reports, M. M. S. 931-M. M. S. 933. [1941.] 4" or f° (Statistical 
and economic surveys.) [ Proces.sed. ] t I 28. 28 : 

Note. — These reports give stati.stical data as to production, consumption, and markets 
during previous yrar for some particular mineral commodity, and are issued as soon after 
close of year at data are available. 

i)Hl. Consumption of ferrous scrap and pig iron higher in 1940 ; [by Robert H. Ridgway 
and Hari>ld E. Carmony] 6 leaves. (Metal Economics Division.) 

i)'S'2. Special cements in 1940. final summary; [by Esther V. Balscr]. .3 leaves. (Non- 
metal Economics Division.) 

933. Portland cement industry in 1940, final summary? [by Esther V. Balser]. 12 leaves. 
(Nonmetal Economics Division.) 

Mineral trade notes, monthly inventory of infcnniation from V. S. Government 
foreign service offices and other sources tlnit may not otherwise be made avail- 
able promptly, v. 12. no. 6 : June 20, 1941. [1941.] [l]+35p. 4° (Economics 
and Statistics Branch.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card :i6-22755 I 28.39 : 12/6 

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July 1941 1027 

Minerals. Foreign minerals quarterly, regional review of foreign mineral re- 
sources, production, and trade, v. 4, no. 1; July 1941. [1941.] L1]+9J5 iJ. 4° 
(Economics and Statistics Branch. ) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 38-31945 I 28.51 : 4/1 

Statistical summary of mineral production (general United States sum- 
mary and detailed production by States) ; by Martha B. Clark. 1941. [2]+ll- 
5G p. [Preprint fiom Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. 

I 28.37/a : M 662 940- 2 

Molybdenum, tungsten, and vanadium : by Robert H. KidgiA'ay and H. W. Davis. 
1941. [2] +609-628 p. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] 

* Paper, 5c. I 2S.37/a : M 739/940-2 

Motor fuel. Forecast of demand for motor fuel and crude oil, Aug. 1941. monthly 
forecast 74. [1941.] 4 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t 128.41:74 

National (^avd and Gravel Association safety competition, 1940; I by T. D. Law- 
rence and r. T. Herring]. [1941.] 33 p. 4" (H. S. S. no. 293, Statistical and 
economic surveys; Mineral Production and Economics Division.) j Pruc- 
es.sed.] t 128 26:293 

Prtrolenm. Crude petroleum and petroleum products ; by A. G. White, G. R. 
Hopkins, H. A. Breakey, ami A. T. Coumbe. 1941. [2] +933-1027 p. il. 
[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940, with final statistics for 
1939. ] * Pa per , l.'c. I 2S.37/a : P 448/3 yi 0-2 

Crude petroleum report by refineries, May 1941. [1941.] 3 leave;, 4" 

(Report A-943-92.) [Monthly. Processed.] t l2^A'r.^2 

Monthly petroleum statement 211. crude petroleum and petroleum pni.lucts, 

May 1941. [1941.] 12 p. 4" (Statistical and economic surveys. Pt-roletim 
Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 128.18/2:211 

Weekly crude oil stock report 402-405. July 7-26, 1941. Each 1 p. 4° 

[ Processed . ] t I 28.46 : 402-405 

Platinum and allied metals: by H. W. Davis. 1941. [2] +731-740 p. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : P 696/940-2 

Puhlieatiovs. New publications. Bureau of Mines, monthly list 314; June 1941. 
[1941.] 5 p. t 128.5/2:314 

Sand and gravel; by Duncan IMcConnoU and G. E. Tucker. 1941. [2] +1179-96 
p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : Sa 56/940-2 

Slate: by Oliver Bowles and M. S. Jensen. 1941. [2] +1171-78 p. il. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : SI 14/940-2 

Stone; by Oliver Bowles and M. S. Jensen. 1941. [2] +1137-70 p. il. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper. 10c. 1 28.37/a : St 72/940-2 

Sulfur and pyrites ; by Robert H. Ridgway. Allan F. Matthews, and A. W. Mitchell. 
1941. [2] +1255^-68 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] 

* Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : Su 5/940-2 

Tm; by E. W. Pehrson and John B. Umhau. 1941. [2] +667-688 p. [Preprint 
from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : T 49/940-2 

Zine. Mine production of zinc, monthly report 3. July 11, 1941. 1 p. 4° (Statis- 
tical and economics surveys. Mineral Production and Economics Division.) 
[Processed.] f 128.57:3 

Monthly .slab zinc report 8. July 3, 1941. 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical and 

economic surveys. Metal Economics Division. ) [Processed.] t 128.56:8 

Zinc; by E. W. Pehrson and A. L. Ransome. 1941. [2] +139-160 p. il. 

[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 28.37/a : Z 66/940-2 
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

liif/ Hole Battlefield National Monument, Mont. [McCormick-Armstroug Co., 
Wichita, Kans., May 10, 1941.] [6] p. il. f I 29.21 : B 48/941 

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1028 Government Publications 

Cihslcr lidtllcfirld Xationtil Ccnictcn/, Mont. | McCoiniick-AiiiistrunK Co., Wich- 
ita, Kans., May 10. 1941. J [.6] p. il. t I 29.21 : C 96/941 

Digest of hnrs rolatinp to local parks and recreation, a.< of Jan. 2, 1040; by Hoy 
A. Vetter. [1941.] xix+.")84 p. [l'ul)lislu'{l in cooperation with Civilian Con- 
servation Corps.] * Cloth, $1.00. 
L. C. card 41-50940 I 29.46 : P 23/2/940 

Fauna of national parks of United States, preliminary snrvey of fannal relations 
in national parks; by (ieorge M. Wrij^ht. .loseph S. DLxon. Ben H. Thompson. 
1933 [reprint with changes, 19411. iv+lST p. il. (Contribution of wildlife 
survev. Fauna series 1. ]May 1932. ) * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 41-50962 1 29.13 : 1/1-2 

Fort iMi-tiDiic XatioiKil Mo>uimrnt. Wyo. [McCormick-Armstrong Co., Witchita. 
Kans.. May 10, 1941.] [6] p. il. t I 29.21 : F 771/941 

Gardens of the colouists; [by V. R. Ludgate]. 1941. [2] +10 p. il. 12" (Popular 
study series, historv no. 10.) [From Regional review. National Park Service, 
Region 1, Richmond, Va., v. 2, no. 1, Jan. 1939.] * Paper, 10c. I 29.45: 10 

Qcttynhuro National Military Park, Pa. [1941.] 14+ [2] p. il. 4° * Paper. .5c. 
L. C. card 41-50963 1 29.21 : G 33/3/941 

HouHc trailers. Facilities available in parks and uionumeuts to visitors using 
bou.se trailers, 1941 season. [1941.] 8 leaves, oblong 8° (Park Oijerators Divi- 
sion.) [Processed.] t I 29.2 :F 11 

Mammoth Cave National Park, Ky. [1941.] [2] p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

I 29.6 : M 31/2/941 

Mountain speee,h in Great Smokies; [by Joseph S. Hall]. 1941. [2]+12+[l] p. 
il. 12" (Popular study series, history no. 5.) [From Regional review. National 
Park Service, Region 1, Richmond, Va.. v. 3, nos. 4-5, Oct.-Nov. 1939.] 
* Paper, 10c. I 20.45 : 5 

New Echota. birthplace of American Indian press [with bibliography ; by Hugh R. 
Awtreyl. 1941. [2] +21 p. il. 12° (Popular study series, history no. 6.) 
[From Regional review. National Park Service. Region 1. Richmctud, Va., v. 4, 
uo. 3, Mar. 1940.] * Paper, 10c. 129.45:6 

Pipestone National Monument, Minn. [McCormick-Armstroug Co., Wichita, 
Kans., May 10, 1941.] [6] p. il. t I 29.21 : P 661/941 

Recreational areas. Chopawamsic recreational demonstration area, Va. [Apr. 

1941.] [6] p. il. [Processed.] t 1 29.39 : C 4.5/941 

Jiorkif Mountain National Park, Colo. [ W. H. Kisller Stationei\v Co.. Denver. 

Colo., Feb. 28, 1941.] 16 p. il. ;■ I 29.6 :R 59/4/941 

Sitka National Monument. Alaska. [June 1941.] [G] p. il. [Processed.] t 

I 2».21 : Si 8/941 

South ire.'iteni inoiiunKiit-s. monthly report [with supplement], June 1941. [1941.] 
cover title, [2 1 +309-3-19 p. 4" (Processed. Supplement is: Semi-annual vol- 
ume index. Jan.-June, 1941. | V 129.15/2:941/6 

Wharf building of century and more ago ; [by Edwin W. Small]. 1941. [2] + 10 p. 
il. 12" (Popular study series, history no. 9.) [From Regional review. National 
Park Service, Region 1, Richmond, Va., v. 3, no. 6, Dec. 1939.] * Paper. 10c. 

I 29.45 : 9 
RECLAMATION BUREAT' 

All-Amrriean Canal. General information concerning All-Amei*ican Canal system, 
Pxiulder Canvon project. Ariz.-Calif.-Nev. ; Apr. 1941. [1941.] 6 p. map, 4° 
I Processed. I t I 27.2 : Al 5/941 

Boise projeet. Earthwork, structures, track, and telegraph line relocation of 
Idaho Northern Branch, Oregon Short Line Railroad (Union Pacific Railroad 
Company, lessee). Cascade to Donnelly, Cascade Reservoir. Payette division, 
Boise i)roJect, Idaho. [United I'ublishing Co.. Denver. June 30, 1941.] cover 
title, 47 p. 31 pi. 4" (Specifications 974.) [Schedule, specifications, and draw- 
ings; bids will be received until July 28, 1941.] t Paper, $2.50. 127.8:974 

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JT7I.T 1941 1029 

Buffalo RapidH project. General information concerning Buffalo Rapids project, 
Mont. ; May 1941. L1941.] 5 leave.s, 4° [Processed.] t 1 27.2 : B 86/941 

Ceniral Valley project. Hydraulic turbine and governor for unit 5, Sliasta power 
plant, Central Valley project, Calif. [Eastwood Ptg. Co., Denver, July 12, 
1941.] cover title. 49 p. 9 pi. 4° (Specifications 975.) [Invitation for bids, 
schedules, specifications, and drawings : bids will be received until Aug. 18, 
1941.] t Paper, ,$2.(J0. 127.8:975 

Hydraulic turbines and governors for units 1, 2, and 3, Keswick power 

plant, Central Valley project, Calif. [Eastwood Ptg. Co., Denver, July 12, 1941.] 
cover title, 46 p. 3 pi. 4" (Specifications 976.) [Invitation for bids, schedules, 
specifications, and drawings: bids will be received until Aug. 19, 1941.] 
t Paper, $2.00. I 27.8 : 976 

- — — Main and station-service control equipment, load and frequency control 
equipment, station-service and unit power switchboards, battery-control and 
distribution switchboards, battery chargers, and station-service switchgear for 
Shasta power plant, Kennett division, Central Valley project, Calif. [East- 
wood Ptg. Co., Denver, June 24, 1941.] cover title. 129 p. 57 pi. 4" (Specifica- 
tions 972.) [Invitation for bids, .';cliedules. specifications, and drawings: bids 
will be received until Aug. 18, 1941.] t Paper, $4.00. I 27.8 : 972 

Tube valves and conduit linings for river outlets at Shasta Dam. Kennett 

division. Central Valley project. Calif. [Bradford-Kobinson Ptg. Co., Denver, 
June 20, 1941.] cover title, S2 p. 37 pi. 1 tab. 4" (Specifications 971.) [Invi- 
tation for bids, schedule, specifications, and drawings; bids will be received 
until July 30, 1941.] t Paper, $:3.00. I 27.8 : 971 

Water tanks and reservoir and oil-storage tank. Southern Pacific Railroad 

relocation, Kennett division. Central Valley project, Calif. [Eastwood Ptg. Co., 
Denver, June 24, 1941.] cover title, 34 p. 9 pi. map, 4" (Specifications 973.) 
[Schedule, specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until July 23, 
1941.] t Paper, $2.00. 127.8:973 

Dams. Dams in United States, ranked bv height [list] : Apr. 1, 1041. [1941.] 
1 p. large 4" [Processed.] t I 27.2 : D 18/4/941 

Dams in United States, ranked bv size [list] ; Apr. 1. 1941. [1941.] l^p. f" 

[Processed. ] t 1 27.2 : D 18/3/941 

Grand VuUei/ project, Colo.: June 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

I 27.2 : G 76V/2/941 

Humholdt project. General information concerning Humboldt project, Nev. ; 
May 1941. [1941.] 5 leaves, 4" [Processed.] f 1 27.2 : H 88/941 

Hydroelectric plants in operation on reclamation projects. May 1, 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. 4° [Processed.] t I 27.2 : H 99/2/941 

Orland project. Calif.; June 1941. [1941.] 2 p. map, 4° [Pi'ocessed.] t 

I 27.2 : Or 5/5/941 

Pine River project. General information concerning Pine River project, Colo. ; 
May 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 1 27.2 : P 65/941 

Reclamation era. Reclamation era, Jvme 1941 ; [v. 31, no. 6]. [1941.] cover title, 
p. 165-188, il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] 
L. C. card 9-35252 1 27.5 : 31/6 

Note. — The Reclamation era i.*: a magazine for ensrineers, construction men, economists, 
and farmers on Federal reclamation projects. Its aim is to assist the settlers in the proper 
use of water, to help them in overcoming their agricultural difficulties, to instruct them in 
diversifying and marketing their crops, to inspire the employees of the Bureau and chronicle 
engineering problems and achievements, and to promote a wholehearted spirit of cooper- 
ation, so that reclamation shall attain the greatest heights of success. "Notes for con- 
tractors" enable them to keep posted on the Bureau's needs. 

The subscription price of the Reclamation era is $1.00 a year to other than water 
users: forei'411 subscri|!tion. %\:A(S payable in advance. Subscriptions should be sent to the 
Commissioner. Bureau of Reclamation. Washington, D. C., accompanied by remitttance in 
the form of postal money order or New York draft, which should be made payable to the 
Treasurer of the United States and forwarded to the Bureau of Reclamation. 

Same, July 1941; [v. 31, no. 7]. [1941.] cover title, p. 189-208, il. 4" 

[Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] 127.5:31/7 

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1030 Government Publications 

Reservoirs. Important reservoirs in United States [list] ; Apr. 1, 1941. [1941.] 

1 p. large 4" [Processed.] t I 27.2 : R 31/3/941 

Salt River project. General information concerning Salt River project, Ariz ; 
Apr. 15, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] t 1 27.2 : Sa 3/2/941 

Settlement opportunities on Federal reclamation projects; June 1941. [1941.] 

2 leaves, map, 4° [Processed.] t 1 27.2 : Se 7/941 

Tiicumcari project. General information concerning Tucumcari project, N. Mex. ; 
May 1941. [1941.] 7 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 1 27.2 : T 79/941 

Weeds in orchards; [by W. W. Robbins]. May 1941. [1] +147-150 p. il. 4° 
[From Reclamation era. May 1941.] f I 27.5/a : W 417/2 

Maps 

Boise irrigation project, Idaho, Payette division, lands opened for entry under 
Public notice 28 ; map 40-73. n. p. [1941]. 10X13 in. f I 27.7 : B 63/4 

Columbia Basin project, Wash., sequence of development by irrigation blocks ; 
[map]. Ephrata, Wash, [no publisher], Apr. 1941. 14X10 in. + 

127.7:0 72/3/941 

Rathdrum prairie project, Ida. ; general map. Scale 10,000 ft.=1.4 in. n. p. [Jan. 
25,1941]. 10X13 in. t 1 27.7 : R 18/941 

United States. Western United States shovpiug soil and moisture conservation 
districts and Federal irrigation projects; [map], n. p. [1941]. 8X7 in. 
[Drawn by W. L. Lucas.] t I 27.7 : So 3 

TERRITORIES AND ISLAND POSSESSIONS DIVISION 

Note. — Under provisions of the President's Reorganization plan no. 2, made effective 
July 1, 1939. by Public resolution 20, 76th Congress, the Bureau of Insular Affairs of the 
War Department and its functions were transferred to the Department of the Interior to be 
consolidated with the Division of Territories and Island Possessions and administered in 
such Division under the direction and supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. The 
office of the Chief of the Bureau and offices subordinate thereto were abolished and all of the 
functions of such offices were transferred to, and exercised by the Director of the Division of 
Territories and Island Possessions. 

HAWAII 

Hawaii. General information regarding Territory of Hawaii. 1941. vi+56 p. il. 
[Another illustration on front cover.] * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-50941 I 35.11/2 : In 3/941 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Note. — ^The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission reports, Interstate Commerce Commisbion report.^ — Motor carrier cases, and Inter- 
state Commerce Commission reports — 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, .fl.50; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a volume, be sure to specify the 
serifs and whether Finance or other than Finance decisions are desired. Entries lor the 
separate decisions are grouped below under center heads following other Interstate Com- 
merce Commission publications. 

Block signals. Tabulation of statistics pertaining to signals, interlocking, auto- 
matic train control, and telegraph and teleplinue for transmission of train 
orders, as used on railroads of United States, Jan. 1, 1941 ; compiled by Bureau 
of Safety. 1941. [l]+35 p. il. oblong large S" * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 17-2(j448 IC 1 blo.5 : 941 

Carriers. Revenue and traflSc of large carriers by water-carriers having annual 
operating revenues of more than $500,000, Ist quarter, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 
oblong large 8" (Statement Q-G50, QWS ; Statistics Bureau.) [Processed. 
Subject to revision.] t IC 1 wat.ll : 941/1 

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July 19il 1031 

Decisions. Decisions of Interstate Commerce Commission, Mar.-Dec. 1940. 1941. 
xxiv-f-982 p. (Interstate Commerce Commission reports, v. 26, Motor carrier 
cases.) * Cloth. $1.75. 
L. C. card 38-6083 IC 1 mot.8 : 26 

Same, July-Nov. 1940. 1940. xxxvii+S'JO p. (Interstate Commerce Com- 

mi?sion reports, v. 241.) * Clotli, $1.75. 

L. C. card 8-30656 IC 1.6/1 : 241 

Same, (finance reports), Dec. 1939-Nov. 1940. 1941. xxxvi+887 p. (In- 
terstate Commerce Commission reports, v. 35, Motor carrier cases.) * Cloth, 
$1.75. IC 1 mot. 8 : 35 

NoTK.— The Interstate Commerce Commission assigns a volume, in the series of reports 
on Motor carrier cases, which contains only finance dockets. This is true regarding v. 
35 here cataloged. 

See also, helow, center heads beginning Decisions. 

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

Freight rates. Docket no. 2G712, rail and barge joint rates, restatement and sum- 
mary of rail and barge cost data. [1941.] cover title, [l]-f-89 p. 4" (Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Processed.] f IClrat.2:R13 

Same, appendices showing detail of restatement of rail and barge cost data. 

[1941.] cover title, [89] p. il. oblong f (Statistics Bureau.) [Processed. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] f IC 1 rat.2 : R 13/app. 

Railroad freight service costs in the various rate territories, 1939. Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 1941. cover title, [1]+124 p. 4" (Statistics Bureau.) 
1 Processed.] t IC 1 rat.2 : F S8/3/'939 

• Railroad freight service costs in the various rate territories, 1939, cost 

scales by territories and classes of equipment. Washington, D. C, May 1941. 
cover title, [1]+154 p. oblong f° (Statistics Bureau.) [Proces.sed. Map on 
verso of cover. ] t IC 1 rat.2 : F 8S/4/939 

Some suggestions for improvements in railroad class rates ; bv C. G. Jensen. 

[Mar. 8, 19-11.] cover title, [3]-|-131 + [10] p. 4" [Processed.] f 

ICl rat.2 :R 13/2 

Fuel and power for locomotives and rail motor cars of class 1 steam railways in 
United States (class 1 switching and terminal companies included), Apr. 1941. 
[1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-230, OS-E; Statistics Bureau.) 
[Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 36-7S1 IC 1 ste.30 : 941/4 

Interstate commerce act, together with text of certain supplementary acts and 
related sections of various other acts (with appropriate cross references to 
United States code) ; revised to Apr. 1, 1941. 1941. iv+375 p. * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 41-50942 IC 1 act.5 : 941 

The included sections are : 

Agricultural adjustment act of 1938. 

Bituminous coal act of 1937 

Cincinnati Southern Railway trustees act. 

Civil aeronautics act of 1938. 

Commerce Court act. 

Compulsory testimony act. 

Elkins act. as amonded. 

Hoch-Smith resolution. 

Immunity of witnesses act. 

Tnterstatp commerce act, as amended. 

Mann-Elkins act. 

Miscellaneous saving clauses from other acts. 

I'anama Canal act. 

St. Louis municipal bridge act. 

Sundry civil appropriation act, Aug. 1, 1914. 

Transportation act. 1920. 

Transpoi tation act of 1940. 

Urgent deficiencies appropriations act, Oct. 22, 1913. 

Motor currier decisions. See, above, Decisions, v. 26 — below, center head De- 
cisions (Motor carrier). 

Motor carrier finance decisions. See, above. Decisions, v. 35 — below, center head 
Decisions (Motor earlier, finance). 

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1032 Government Publications 

Motor rnrricrs. Il"vonuos aiKl pjissongcrs of class 1 motor carriers of passengers 
(excluding cliartcr or special), Apr. 1941. |1!)41.| 2 p. f" (Statement M-700, 
BT ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 39-1163 IC 1 mot.ll : 941/4 

Reveinie.s, expenses, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of passengers; 

1940. L1941.] G p. oblong large 8" (Statement Q-750, BRE ; Statistics Bu- 
reau.) [Subject to revi.sion.J t 

L. C. card A 39-1163 IC 1 mot.l2 : 940/5 

Revenues, expenses, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of property; 

year 1940. |1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement Q-800, TRE ; Statistics 
Bureau.) [Sulyect to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 39-1053 IC 1 mot.13 : 940/5 

Natural rcfiourccfi. Distribution of natural resources of United States by freiglit 
rate territories. Washington, D. ('.. June 1941. cover title, xi+[335] p. 16 
pi. 4° (Statistics Bureau.) [Processed. Some of these pages are issued as 
leaves.] t IClrat.2:N21 

Opinions. See, above, Dccit<ions — below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Pipe lines. Transportation revenue and traffic of large oil pipe line companies, 
carriers having annual operating revenues of more than .$500,000; 4th quarter 

1940. [1941] 1 p. f" ( Statement Q-600, QPS ; Statistics Bureau. ) [Processed. 
Subject to revision.] t IC 1 pip.7 : 940/4 

Railroad accidents. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, report in re accident near 
Wellsboro, Ind., May 20, 1941. [1941.] [l]+5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : W 462/2 

Investigation 2488 : Virginian Railway Company, report in re accident, 

Kumis, Va., Mar. 13, 1941. [1941.] 17 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : K 96 

Investigation 2491 : Southern Railway Company, report in re accident near 

Spartanburg, S. C, Mar. 19, 1941. [1941.] 17 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

ICl acci.5 :Sp 27 

Investigation 2492 : Pennsylvania Railroad Company, report in re accident, 

West Terre Haute, Ind., Mar. 27, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : W 52t/2 

Investigation 2493 : Chicago Great Western Railway Company and Mi.ssouri 

Pacific Railroad Company, report in re accident, Leavenworth, Kans., Mar. 29, 

1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4° [Processed.] f IC 1 acci.5: L 487 

Investigation 2494: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, report in re 

accident, O'Neal, Ga., Mar. 30, 1941. [1941.] 11 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

ICl acci.5: On 2 

Investigation 2495 : Southern Railway Company, report in re accident near 

Topton, N. C, Apr. 7, 1941. [1941.] 17 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : T 629 

Investigation 2496: New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com- 
pany, repoit in re accident near Springdale, Conn., Apr. 9, 1941. [1941.] 14 p. 
il. 4" lProces.sed.] f IC 1 acci.5 : Sp 84 

Investigation 2497: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, report in re 

accident near Dupont, Ga.. Apr. 10, 1941. [1941.] 10 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : D 927 

Southern Pacific Company (Pacific lines), report in re accident, Cooper, 

Calif., May 3, 1941. [1941.] [1] +15 p. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : C 788 

Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Mar. 1941 [with quar- 
terly summaries by railways and States, Jan.-Mar. 1941]. [1941.] 9 p. 
oblong large 8" (Statement M-400; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject 
to revision.] f 
L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste.31 : 941/3 

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Railroad ciniiloiiccsi. AVage stiitistics of class 1 steam railways in United States 
(switdiing and terminal companies not included), Apr. ItWl. [1941.] 4 p. 
il. oblong large 8" (Statement M-SOO; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject 
to revision.] f 
L. C. card A 29-382 IC 1 ste.25 : 941/4 

Railroads. Freight train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 
(switching and terminal companies not included). May 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 
oblong large 8° (Statement M-211, OS-A; Statistics' Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Sub.ject to revision.] f 
L. C. card A 36-575 IC 1 ste.35 : 941/5 

Graphical supplement to monthly reports : Class 1 steam railways in United 

States. [1941.] 1 p. il. oblong large 8" ( Series 1941, no. 6 ; Statistics Bureau.) 
[Processed.] f IC 1 ste.33 : 941/6 

Same : Freight revenue, passenger revenue, and net railway operating in- 
come, selected class 1 railways, 1929-40. 1941. 1 p. il. oblong large 8" (Series 
1941, no. 5; Statistics Bureau.) t IC 1 ste.33 : 941/5 

• Sam(»: Passenger traffic and revenues by types of service, by months, 

1937-11 1941. 1 p. il. oblong large 8" (Series 1941, no. 7: Statistics Bu- 
reau. ) t IC 1 ste.33 : 941/7 

Motive power and car equipment of class 1 steam railways in United 

States (class 1 switching and terminal companies Included), Apr. 1941. [1941.] 
2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-240, OS-F ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 36-576 IC 1 ste.36 : 941/4 

Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

United States (switching and terminal companies not included), Mav 1941. 
[1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-lOO; Statistics Bureau.) 
[Monthly. Subjwt to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 35-1300 IC 1 ste.l9 : 941/5 

Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam 

railways. May 1941. [1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-150; Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 39-380 IC 1 ste.20 : 941/5 

I'assenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class 1 steam 

railways in United States (switching and terminal companies not included). 
Mar. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-250; Statistics Bu- 
reau.) [Monthly. Processed. Subject to revision.] f 

L. C. card A 38-1273 IC 1 ste.40 : 941/3 

Same, Apr. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-250; Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Monthlv. Processed. Subject to revision.] t 

IC 1 ste.40 : 941/4 

Passenger train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(switching and terminal companies not included), Ai>r. 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 
oblong large 8° (Statement M-213, OS-B : Statistics Bureau.) [Monthlv. 
Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 36-577 IC 1 ste.37 : 941/4 

Railway freight and passenger traffic handled on highways, class 1 steam 

railways [calendar] vear 1940. [1941.] 6 p. oblong 8° (Statement Q-225 ; 
Statistics Bureau.) [Processed.] t IC 1 ste.41 : 940/5 

Railway freight and passenger traffic handled on highways, class 1 steam 

railways. 4th quarter 1940 (Oet.-Dec). [1941.] 6 p. oblong 8° (Statement 
Q-225; Statistics Bureau.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 39-048 IC 1 ste.41 : 940/4 

Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(switching and terminal companies not included), Apr. 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 
oblong large 8° (Statement M-220, OS-D; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24: 941/4 

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Railroads — Contiuiied. 

yelected iuconie and balance-sheet items of class 1 steam railways in United 

States (switching and terminal companies not included) [and Net income of large 

steam railways (switching and terminal companies not included)], Apr. 1941. 

[1941.] 12] p. il. oblong large S" (Statement M-125; Statistics Bureau.) 

[Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : 941/4 

Yard service performance of class 1 steam railways in United States (class 

1 switching and terminal companies included), Apr. 1941. 1941. 1 p. oblong 
large 8° (Statement M-215, OS-C; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject 
to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 3(>-578 IC 1 ste.38 : 941/4 

Traffic decisions. See, above, Decisions, v. 241 — below, center head Decisions 
{Traffii:). 

Decisions (Finance) 

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

Augusta Northern Kailn-ai/. Finance docket no. 13214. Augusta Northern Rail- 
way abandonment; decided April 18, 1941. [1941.] p. 613-614. (F-8183.) 
[From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. I C 1.6/la : F-8183 

Baltimore Steam Packet Compani/. Finance docket no. 13100, Baltimore Steam 
Packet Company acquisition, control, etc. ; decided April 15, 1941. [1941.] p. 
583-607. (F-8180.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8180 

Bingham rf Garfield Railway. Finance docket no. 2500. deficit status of Bingham 
& Garfield Railway Company: decided April 24, 1941. [1941.] p. 623-624. 
(F-8187.) [From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8187 

Cincinnati Union Terminal Conipani/. Finance docket no. 13200. Cincinnati Union 
Terminal Company bonds; decided March 24, 1941. [1941.] p. 499-504. 
(F-8161.) [From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. I C 1.6/la : F-8161 

Co-verdale, William H. Finance docket no. 5822 (sub-no. 9). in re Coverdale, 
interlocking directorate application of William H. Coverdale ; decided April 8, 
1941. [1941.] p. 567-574. (F-8176.) [From v. 244.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8176 

Oeorgia rf Florida Railroad. Finance docket no. 13049, Georgia & Florida Rail- 
road receivers operation: decided April 18, 1941. [1941.] p. 611-612. 
(F-8182.) [From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8182 

Louisiana <t Arkansas Railway. Finance docket no. 13118, Louisiana & Arkansas 
Railway Company operation; decided April 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 577-580. 
(F-8178.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8178 

Maryland d Pennsylvania Railroad. Finance docket no. 13232, Maryland & 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company reconstruction loan ; decided Mav 7. 1941. 
[1941.] p. 479^84. (F-S155b.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8155b 

Missouri Southern Railroad. Finance docket no. 2887, Missouri Southern Rail- 
road Company deficit settlement: decided April IS, 1941. [1941.] p. 615-616. 
(F-81S4.) [From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-Sl 84 

Muskogee Elcctryq Traction Company. Finance docket no. 13195, Muskogee Flec- 
tric Traction Company abandonment: [decided April 10, 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] -[-580-582 p. (F-8179.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8179 

Sacramento Northern Railivaij. Finance docket no. 13160, Sacramento Northern 
Railway abandonment : decided April 2, 1941. [1941.] p. 617-GlS. (F-8185.) 
[From V. 244.] * Paper. 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8185 

Skaneateles Short Line Railroad. Finance docket no. 13103. Skaneateles Short 
Line Railroad Corporation stock; [decided April 16. 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +608-610 p. (F-8181.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8181 

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Southern Pacific Compumj. Finance docket no. 12315, Southern Pacilic Company 
reconstruction loan; [decided April 28, 1941]. [lt!41.J [1] +618-622 p. 
(F-8186.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC1.6/la : F-8186 

Union Railroad. Finance docket no. 2406, Union Railroad Company deficit settle- 
ment ; decided April 10, 1941. [1941.] p. 575-576. (F-S177.) [From v. 244.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8177 

Decisions {Motor carrier) 

Note. — The following decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the Inter- 
i^tate Commerce Commission reports. 
See also subliead Decisions on p. 1031. 

Beverages. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-1219, United Cartage 
Company, minimum charges on beverages and empty containers ; [decided 
May 2, 1941 1. [1941.] [1] +468-172 p. (M-539<).1 [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC lmot.8/a : M-5396 

Clancy Limousine Service, Inc. No. MC-96307, Clancy Limousine Service, Inc., 
common carrier application; decided Apr. 28, 1941. [1941.] p. 465-468. 
(M-5395.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5395 

Clausen's Motor Service. No. MC-84479, Sylvester Clausen [doing business as 
Clausen's Motor Service] contract carrier application; decided Jan. 6, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 447-449. (M-5236.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 27.] * Paper 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5236 

Coleman Brothers Transfer Company. No. MC-1124 (sub-no. 3), Herrin Trans- 
portation Company, successor to Coleman Brothers Transfer Company, common 
carrier application; decided Apr. 14, 1941. [1£W1.] p. 445-448. UI-5389.) 
[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-53S9 

Dairy products. No. MC-C-98, dairy products in the Northwest ; [decided May 
13, 1941]. [1^1.] [1] +490-492 p. (M-54a3.) [From Motor carrier cases, 
V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5403 

Duqan, Dan 8. No. MC-22195 (sub-no. 2), Dan S. Dugan extension of operations, 
Nebraska points; decided May 10, 1941. 1941. p. 489. (M-5402.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5402 

Dunn, C. Hobson. No. MC-19416, C. Hobson Dunn contract carrier application ; 
[decided May 12, 1941.] [1941.] [1] +476-480 p. (M-539S.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5398 

Eastern Carrier Corporation. No. MC-780S8, Eastern Carrier Corporation com- 
mon carrier application ; decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 481-482. (M-5399.) 
[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5399 

Freight rates. Ex parte no. MC-20, trunk line territory motor carrier rates; 
decided April 4, 1941. [1941.] p. 369-372. (M-5375.) [From M..tor carrier 
cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5375 

Same; decided Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 463-4&4. (M-5394.) [From 

Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5394 

Ex parte no. MC-21, central territory motor carrier rates; decided March 

27, 1941. [1941.] p. 349-354. (M-5370.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5370 

Same; decided April 4, 1941. 1941. p. 385. (M-5378.) [From Motor 

carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, oc. IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5378 

Ex parte no. MC-22, New England motor carrier rates; decided March 81, 

1941. 1941. p. 355. (M-5371.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5371 

Ex parte no. MC-23, midwesteru motor carrier rates ; decided Apr. 15, 1941. 

[1941.] p. 449-450. (M-539C.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5390 

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Ficifiht rates — Continued. 

Investigation and susi)ension docket no. M-11."). Donaldson Tran.sfer, com- 
modities between Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraslia ; decided April 1. 1941. [1941.] 
p. 359-302. (M-o373. ) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5373 

General Transportation <f Storage Company. No. MC-21241 (sub-no. 1), General 
Transportation & Storage Company extension of operations; decided Apr. 25, 
1941. [1941.] p. 453-456. (M-5392.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5392 

Ctraff, D., & Sons. No. MC-59559. D. Graff & Sons contract carrier application ; 
decided April 17. 1941. [1941.] p. 413^26. (M-5384.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, T. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-.5384 

Hansen, William. No. MC-91075, William Hansen contract carrier application ; 
decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 4S;'.-1,S4. (M-.-)400.') [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 28.] * Paper. 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a : M-.5400 

Independent Motor Transport. No. MC-5205 (sub-uo. 2-ex.). L. M. Slocum 
[doing business as Independent Motor Transport] exemption application; de- 
cided Apr. 26, 1941. [1941.] p. 457-462. (M-5393.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5393 

Jefferson Transfer. No. MC-S77, F. H. Duttweiler [doing business as Jefferson 
Transfer] conmiou carrier application; [decided April 17, 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +350-358 p. (M-5372.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5372 

Leibensperger, A. C, Motor Express. No. MC-191S7. Adam C. Leibensperger 
[doing business as A. C. Leibensperger Motor Express] common carrier applica- 
tion : decided March 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 401-403. (M-5381.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 2S.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5381 

Lincoln Trails Sifstem. Incorporated. No. I\IC-74791. Lincoln Trails System, In- 
corporated, extension of operations, Pittsburgh ; decided April 4. 1&41. [1941.] 
p. 373-378. (M-5376.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5376 

Luck, George. No. MC-2987, George laick contract carrier application : decided 
Jan. 2, 1941. [1941.] p. 283-286. (M-5204. ) [From Motor cart-ier cases, 
V. 27.] * Paper. 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-52(>4 

Magee Truck Lines. Inc. No. ^IC-75839, Magee Truck Lines. Inc.. common car- 
rier application ; [decided April 7. 1941]. [1941.] [1] +386-394 p. (M-5379.) 
[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC l.mot.8/a : M-5379 

Miami Transportation Compang. No. MC-754.39, Miami Ti'ansportation Company 
common cai'rier application; decided April 14. 1941. [1941.] p. 427—437. 
(M-5385. ) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5385 

^fillis Transportation Co.. Inc. No. MC-66340. Millis Transportation Co.. Inc., 
contract carrier application; [decided Apr. 26. 1941.] [1941.] [1] +442-444 p. 
(M-5388.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5388 

Paulmaur Transportation Co., Inc. No. MC-13520, Paulmaur Transportation Co., 
Inc., common carrier application; decided March 27. 1941. [1941.] p. 395-400. 
(M-5380.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper-. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5380 

Petroleum. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-1171, petroleum from 
Superior, Nebr.. to northeastern Colorado; [decided Jan. 2, 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +324-326 p. (M-.5207.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 27.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5207 

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Pet role inn — Continued. 

Investigation and suspension docket no. M-1258, petroleum and petroleum 

products from points In Wyoming to Billings; decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 473-476. (I\I-5397.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5397 

RamvUlc, Edmond O. No. MC-92095, Edmond O. RainviUe contract carrier appli- 
cation ; [decided April 23, 1941]. [1941.] [11+404-406 p. (M-5382.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 10 1 mot.8/a : M-53S2 

Soldier Bros. Auto Body Transit Live. No. MC-43461 (sub-no. 2), Eli I. Soldier 
and James J. Soldier [doing business as Soldier Bros. Auto Body Transit Line] 
extension of operations, metal stampings; decided May 8, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 485-488. (M-.1401.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, .")C. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5401 

Sprinff Garden Freight Station. No. MC-22111, Abraham A. Moyer [doing busi- 
ness as Spring Garden Freight Station] broker application ; [decided April 26, 
1941]. [1941.] [1] +438-440 p. (M-53S6.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5386 

Si/stem Freight Service. No. MC-59074, System Freight Service common carrier 
application ; decided April 10, 1941. [1941.] p. 407^12. (M-5383.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5383 

Thompson Transfer Company. No. MC-77178, Albert G. Thompson [doing busi- 
ness as Thompson Transfer Company] common carrier application ; decided 
Jan. 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 4.53-4.56. (M-523S.) [From Motor carrier ca.se.s, v. 27.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5238 

Welz Express. No. MC-44463, Hi-nry A. Welz [doing business as Welz Exjness] 
common carrier application: decided Apr. 19, 1941. [1941.] p. 4.51-452. 
(M-5391.) [From Motor earlier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5391 

WJiittrorth, Isaac E. No. MC-89095, Isaac Eugene Whitworth contract carrier 
application; decided Apr. 3, 1941. 1941. p. 441. (M-53S7.) [From Motor 
carrier ca.ses, v. 28.1 * Paper. 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5387 

Ziffrin's Overnite Express. Inc. No. MC-7957], Ziffrin's Overnite Express Inc., 
common carrier applicaticm; decided April 4, 1941. [1941.] p. 379-385. 
(M-5377.) [From :Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, .5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5377 

Deeisions {Motor carrier, finance) 

Note. — The followiug decisions or opinions is.sued in separate form are from the Interstate 
Commerce Commission reports. 

See also subhead Decisions on p. 1031. 

Andis Brothers Motor Freight Line. No. lMC-F-1403, Sproles Motor Freight Line, 
Inc.. purchase, Ben and E. R. Andis [doing business as Andis Brothers Motor 
Freight Line] ; decided May 20, 1941. [1941.] p. 639-642. (MF-952.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-952 

Cascade Incorporated. No. MC-F-1218, System Freight Service, merger, Cascade 
Incorporated ; decided Apr. 15, 1941. [1941.] p. 601-605. (MF-945.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 iuot.8/a 2 : MF-945 

Delaware Truekiny Company. No. MC-F-1336. AVilliam H. Harris, 3d, [doing 
business as Salem Express] purchase, Theodore F. Travers [doing business as 
Delaware Trucking Company; decided May 2, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +616-618 p. 
(MF-948.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] * Paper, .5c. 

IClmot.8/a2:MF-948 

Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway. No. MC-F-1500, Eastein Massachusetts 
Street Railway Company issuance of securities ; [decided Apr. 19, 1941]. [1941.] 
[11+634-639 p. (MF-951.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a 2 : MF-951 

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Frontier Coach Lines, Inc. No. MC-F-1334, Vermont 'J'ransit Co., Inc., lease, 
Frontier Coach Lines, Inc.; [decided May 16, 11)411. [1941.] [1] +654-658 p. 
(MF-956. ) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] * I'aper, 5c. 

IG 1 mot.8/a 2 : MF-956 

Hansen-Keller Truck Line. No. MC-F-1315, Pihl Tran.sfer & Storage Co., pur- 
chase, Theodore Hansen [doing business as Hansen-Keller Truck Line] ; decided 
March 25, 1941. [IWl.] p. 613-646. (MF-953.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-953 

JanesviUe Ronald Motor Transport, Inc. No. MC-F-1304, Gateway City Transfer 
Company, Inc., purchase, Janesville Kowald IMotor Transport, Inc. ; [decided 
Apr. 28, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +640-650 p. (MF-9.54.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36. J * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a 2 : MF-G54 

Smokij Mountain Transit Company. No. MC-F-1312, Smoky Mountain Stages, 
Incorporated, lease and control. Smoky Mountain Transit Company ; [decided 
Apr. 19. 1941]. [1941.] [1] +606-612 p. (MF-946.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36. J * Paper, oc. IC 1 mot.8/a 2 : MF-946 

T and C Truck Lines. No. MC-F-1388, Campbell Sixty-Six Express, Inc., pur- 
chase, John L. Hornbeck [doing business as T and C Truck Lines] ; decided 
May 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 651-654. (MF-955.) [From Motor carrier cases, 
V, 36.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a 2 : MF-955 

Tri-^tate Trucking Compann, Inc. No. MC-F-1324, Federal Transportation Co., 
purchase, Tri-State Trucking Company, Inc., and Wald Transfer & Storage 
Co. decided Apr. 17, 1941. [1941.] p. 619-622. (MF-949.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 36.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 raot.8./a 2 : MF-94f^ 

Decisions {Traffic) 

Note — ^The followins decisions or opinions issued in separate form are from the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission reports. 
See also subhead Decisions on p. 1031. 

Advcrti.sing displays. No. 2S555, Schenley Distillers Corporation v. Greenwich & 
Johusonville Railway Company et al : decided April 22, 1941. [1941.] p. 151- 
152. ([Opinion] 23530.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 2.'5530 

Automohllcs. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4835. automobiles from 
Evansville. Ind., to the South: decided May 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 339-346. 
([Opinion] 23554.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23554 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 4848, automobiles from Memphis 

to Arkansas and Louisiana [decided May 7, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +334-338 p. 
([Opinion] 23553.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23553 

Carriers. No. 25546, application of Missouri Pacific Railroad Company and Texas 
& Pacific Railway Company under sec. 5 (19-21) [(14)-(16)] of interstate 
commerce act in the matter of installation of common carrier service bv water 
other than through Panama Canal decided April 8, 1941. [1941.] p. 143-151. 
([Opinion] 23529.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. I C 1.6/la : 23.529 

Snoqualmie P^'alls Lumber Company terminal allowances, ex parte no. 104, 

practices of carriers affecting operating revenues or expenses, pt. 2, terminal 
services [decided April 17, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +112-114 p. ( [Opinion] 23523.) 
[From V. 245] * Paper, .5c. IC 1.6/la : 23.523 

Cinders. No. 28464, Celanese Corporation of America v. Baltimore & Ohio Rail- 
road Company et al. decided Apr. 30, 1941. [1941.] p. 169-170. ([Opinion] 
23535.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23-535 

Coal. Fourth section application no. 18497, coal to Winona and Red Wing. Minn. ; 
[decided April 30, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +176-180 p. ( [Opinion] 23537.) [From 
v. 245.] * Paper, .5c. IC 1.6/la : 23537 

Fourth section application no. 18596, coal from Arkansa.s-Oklahoma mines 

to St. Louis. Mo. [decided May 6, 1941]. [1941.] [ 1 ] +318-320 p. ([Opinion] 
23551. ) [ From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23551 

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Coal — Continued. 

No. 28198, New River Company and Wliite Oak Coal Company v. Cliesa- 

pealie & Ohio Railway Company; decided Apr. 4, 1941. [1941.] p. 115-129. 

([Opinion] 23524.) [From v. 243.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23524 

No. 2S233, Leaksville Woolen Mills, Incorporated, v. Chesapeake & Ohio 

Railway Company et al ; decided April 11, 1941. [1941.] p. 135-136. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23526.) [From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23526 

Coppa: Invcstigaiion and PuspeiLsion docket no. 4885, copper from Arizona to 
the East ; decided May 5, 1941. [1941.] p. 309-314. ( [Opinion] 23549.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23549 

Cottonseed. Fourth section application no. 18449, cottonseed products from the 
South to Canada ; decided May 5, 1941. [1941.] p. 303^305. ( [Opinion] 23547.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23547 

Farm implements and macMnery . Fourth section application no. 18624, agricul- 
tural implements to Craig, Colo.; decided May 21, 1941. [1941.] p. 349-352. 
([Opinion] 23556.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23556 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 4817, agricultural implements 

within the South; decided April 21, IJMl. [1941.] p. 153-158. ([Opinion] 
23.-131.) [From V. 245. J * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 2.3531 

Feldspar. No. 28540, Brockway Glass Company, Incorporated, r. Baltimore & 
Ohio Railroad Company et al. ; decided Apr. 24, 1941. [1941.] p. 167-169. 
([Opinion] 23534.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23534 

Fluorspar. Fourth section application no. 17934, fluorspar and zinc to Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; decided Apr. 24, 1941. [1941.] p. 163-166. ([Opinion] 23533.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23533 

Freight rales. Foiu'th .section application no. 18589, Texas Mexican Railway, 
Flour RlulT extension rates ; decided May 5. 1941. 1 1941. | p. 315-318. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23550.) [Fnmi v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23550 

Fourth section application no. 18601. commodity rates from and to Felix 

Spur, Ala.; decided May 20, 1941. [1941.] p. 317-348. ([Opinion] 23555.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23555 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 4510, cancelation of rates and 

routes via short lines; decided Apr. 14, 1941. [1941.] p. 183-206. ([Opinion] 
23539.) [From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 235?9 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 4796. cancelation of rule 23 of 

clas.sitication ; [decided Apr. 30, 1941]. [1941.] [1] -{-238-240 p. ([Opinion] 
23542.) [From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23542 

— — Investigation and suspension docket no. 4827, all freight from eastern ports 
to the South; decided Apr. 17. 1941. [1941.] p. 207-230. ([Opinion] 23540.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23540 

Gasoline. Fourth section application no. 18568, gasoline and kerosene from 
Louisiana to Natchez, Miss. ; decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] p. .3O5-.S0'8. 
([Opinion] 23518.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23548 

Grain. No. 27938, Minneapolis Traffic Association v. Chicago & North Western 
Railway Company et al. ; decided March 31. 1941. [1941] p. 11-22. ([Opin- 
ion] 23509.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, .5c. IC 1.6/la : 23509 

Iron. No. 28412, Continental Steel Corporation v. New York, Chicago & St. Louis 
Railroad Comnany et al. ; decided March 22, 1941. [1941.] p. 775-781. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23500.) [From v. 243.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23500 

I/umber. Fourth section application no. 18299, cottonwood and gum lumber from 
Hope, Ark.: decided April 11, 1941. [1941.] p. 1.37-139. ([Opinion] 23527.) 
[From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23527 

■ Fourth section application no. 18464, lumber to Louisville, Lexington, and 

Wincliester, Ky. ; decided May 5, 1941. [1941.] p. 181-182. ([Opinion] 
23538.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23538 

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— Invest igatioii and susiuMisioii docket no. 4868, lumber from North Carolina 

to New York; decided April 1!). 1041. [1941.] p. 2:U-2.S7. ([Opinion] 23541.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23541 

ManrfmK'sr. Fourth .section application no. 1S1S6, manganese ore and fluorspar 
from Baltimore, Md. ; [decided April 23, 1941J. [l'.)4].J 111+1.18-1(52 p. 
([Opinion] 23532.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. ICl.U/la : 23522 

Peanuts. Fourth section application no. 18002, peanuts from the South to oflQcial 
territory ; decided Apr. 12, 1941. [1941.] p. 83-99. ( [Opinion] 23519.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23519 

Pegmatite. No. 28461, Maywood Chemical Works r. Erie Railroad Company 
(Robert E. WoodrulT and John A. Hadden, trustees) et al. ; decided April 18, 
1941. [1941.] p. 139-142. ( [Opinion] 23528.) [Fnmi v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 23528 

Petroleum. Fourth section application no. 18638, petroleum and products to 
North Dakota; decided March 19, 1941. [1941.] p. 753-757. ([Opinion] 
28495.) [From V. 243.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23495 

Petroleum eoke. No. 28352, Speer Carbon Company et al. v. Chesapeake & Ohio 
Railway Company et al. ; [decided May 20, 1941 J. [1941.] ll]+284-2.S8 p. 
([Opinion] 23544.) [From y. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23544 

Pipe thread protecting rings. No. 28215, Valley Steel Products Company et al. v. 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company et al. ; decided Feb. 18, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 509-514. ([Opinion] 23461.) [From v. 243.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 23461 

Pitch. No. 23071, American Tar Products Company r. New York Central Rail- 
road Company et al. ; decided May 20, 1941. [1941.] p. 289-292. ([Opinion] 
23545.) [From y. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23545 

Sulphur. Fourth section application no. 18648, sulphur to Mnnising, Midi. ; 
decided April 24, 1941. [1941.] p. 171-175. ( [Opinion] 23536.) [From v. 215.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 28536 

Wallhoard. No. 28230, Celot(>x Corporation v. Akron, Canton & Youngstown 
Railway Company et al.; [decided April 14, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +130-134 p. 
( [Opinion ] 23525. ) [ From y. 245. ] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23525 

MOTOR CARRIERS BUREAU 

Brady Tmiunfer d Storage Co. Before Interstate Commerce Conunission, no. 
MC-C-240, transportation activities of Brady Transfer & Storage Co., Fort 
Dodge, Iowa ; brief of Law and Enforcement Section, Bureau of Motor Car- 
riers. [1941.] coyer title, ii+63 p. t IC 1 mot.9 : B 729 

Oentrii's Truck Line. Before Interstate Connnerce Commission, MC-C-244, 
transi)ortation activities of Ross Gentry, doing business as Gentry's Truck Line, 
Laketield, Minn. ; brief of Law and Enforcement Section, Bureau of Motor 
Carriers. [1941.] cover title, ii+50 p. t IC 1 mot.9 : G 289 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Affiliated Enterprises, Inc. No. 2303, in circuit court of ajipeals for lOtli circuit, 
commissioner of internal revenue r. Atliliated Enterprises, Inc.. on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1941.] 
cover title, ii+27 p. t J 1.76: Af 27 

Alahama .\sphaltie Liiiiestouc Com pa in/. In circuit court of appeals for nth 
circuit, no. !)5(;9, connnissioiier of internal revenue r. Alabama A.sphaltic Lime- 
.stone Company, petition t'oi- review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals (district 
of Alabama) : [proceed! ngsj. [li)41.] p. 154-158. $ J 1.7() : Al 1 b/2 

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Alameda Coiiiitif, Calif. No. 9748, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit. 
County of Alameda (body corporate and politic, and political .subdivision of 
California) v. United States; brief for appellee. [l'J41.] cover title, iii + 
55 p. t J 1-76 : Al 11 

American Refractories Institute. No. 0108 (criminal), in district court for east- 
ern district of Pennsylvania, .June term, 1041, United States r. American Re- 
fractories Institute, et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 17 p. t 

J 1.75 : Am 35 re 

Atlas Siippllf CODipain/. No. 2:jl4, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, 
Atlas Supply Company v. counuissioner of intei'nal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1941.] 
cover title, i +12 p. $ J 1.70: At 65 

Badr/er Oil Conipanii. No. 136, in Supreme Court of Uniled States, Oct. term, 
lljhll, Badger Oil Coniiiany r. Guy T. Helvering, conniiissioner of internal re'v- 
enue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; 
brief for respondent in opiiosition. [1!J41.[ cover title, i+10 p. % 

J 1.78 :B 142 

Baldwin, Blanchard. In Court of Claims, no. 45343, Blanchard Baldwin v. 
United States; defendant's brief in opposition to plaintiffs demurrer to de- 
fendant's counterclaim. [1941.1 p. 13-20. :•; Jl.S0:B198/2 

Same; defendant's c(mnterclaim. [1941.] p. 5-U. t J 1.80 :B 193 

Banfield, T. H. No. 9791, in circuit court of appeals for 9ih circuit, commissioner 
of internal reveiuie r. T. II. Bantleld ; T. II. Banfield r. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petitions for review of decisi(ai of Board of Tax Appeals; brief 
for conmiissioner. [1941.] cover title, ii+24 p. % .1 1.76 :B 224 

Barnes, titanleij M. In Court of Claims, no. 44744. Stanley 'SI. Barnes v. United 
States; defendant's retpiest for lindings of fact and brief. 11941.] p. 19-24. % 

J 1.80 : B 263 

Barnett, Fred. No. 212, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, Fred 
Barnett and Edna M. Barnett c. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, on peti- 
tion for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7tb circuit ; brief for 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation in opposition. [1941.] cover title, ii-f 
13 p. t J 1.78 :B 264 

Batteri/ i^eparator Maim fact II rcrs' AssoeiatiDU. No. 272(!2-'\Y (ci-iminal). in dis- 
trict court for northern district of California, southern division. Mar. term, 
1941, United States r. Battery Separator Manufacturers' Association, et al. ; 
indictment. [1941.] cover title, 10 p. J J 1.75 : B 322 

Belts, Arthur M. No. 76S3, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, commis- 
sioner of internal revenue r. Arthur M. Betts, on petition for review of decisions 
of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, ii+32 p. $ 

J 1.76 : B 466 

Blauner Construction Company. In Court of Claims, no. 44868, Blauner Con- 
.struction Company r. United States; supplemental memorandum. [1941.] p. 
87-90. t J 1.80 :B 613/3 

Blocker, Clarence. No. 7787, United States Court of Appeals, District of Colum- 
bia, Jan. term, 1941, Clarence Blocker i\ United States ; brief of appellant. 
[1941.] cover title, 16 p.' % J 1.77 : B 62 

Borin Corporation. No. 165, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Borin (i'orporation, formerly Zero Ice Corporation, r. Guy T. Helvering, com- 
missioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 6th circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover 
title, i-f 12 p. t J 1.78 : B 644/2 

California Rice Industrij. No. 27263-S (criminal), in district court for northern 
district of California, southern division, Mar. term, 1941, United States v. 
California Rice Industry, et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 14 p. ± 

J 1.75 :C 128 

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CaniKfl l'((i M(iik<tin(/ IiistHittc. Inc. No. .'^2751 (friniiiial ) , in district court for 
iiortlu-ni district of Illinois, ciistoru division, June tciiu, 1!J41, Unitod Statics v. 
Ciiiniod IVa Marlvctiiig Institute, Inc., et al. ; indictment. Ll!*-ll-l cover title, 
18 p. t J 1.75 : C 164/2 

Cavriers Lcoouc of (Uilifoniia. No. 272;j.S-\V (criminal), in district court for 
northern district of California, southern division. Mar term, 19-11, United 
States r. Canners League of California, et al. ; indictment. [1!)41.] cover 
title, IS 1). .t J 1.7;-) : G 164 

Carolina Ficif/ht Carriers Corporation. No. 197, in Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1941, United States and Interstate Commerce Commission v. 
Carolina Freight Carriers Coriioration, appeal from district court for western 
district of North Carolina; statement as to jurisdiction. [1941.] cover title, 
31 p. t J 1.78 : C 221 

Caspcrsoi, Mrs. Freda R. No. 220, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Freda U. Casperseu v. Guy T. Helvering, connnissioner of internal revenue, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; brief 
for respondent in opposition. [1041.] cover title, i+12 p. t J 1.78 : C 27 

Central Die Casting and Maniifactiirinf/ Company, Ine. No. 32788 (criminal), 
in district court for northern district of Illinois, eastern division, June term, 
1941, United States r. Central Die Casting and Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 6 p. % J 1.75 :C 333/6 

Chiekasaw Indians. No. K-334, in Court of Claims, Chickasaw Nation r. United 
States and Choctaw Nation ; brief of United States on motion for new trial. 
[1941.] cover title, iii+301-351 p. t J 1.80: 0433/4 

Same ; defendant United States' motion for new trial. [1941.] cover title, 

p. 297-300. % J 1.80 : G 433/3 

Continental Coiitraclinf/ Company. In Court of Claims, no. 43163, Continental 
Contracting (-onipanv r. United States; defendant's brief in opposition to 
plaintill's motion for new trial. [1941.] p. 235-242. t J 1.80 : C 767/2 

Doncghy, James C. Nos. 119-120, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, James Doneghy and St. Louis Union Trust Company, residuary trustees 
tinder item 23 of last will and testament of James C. Doneghy, v. Acel C. Alex- 
auder, formerly collector of internal revenue; [same] v. H. C. Jones, collector 
of internal revenue, on petition for writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 10th circuit; brief for respondents in opposition. [1941.] cover title. 
i+14p. t J 1.78 :D 716 

Dried Fruit Assoeiation of California. No. 2725(3-L, in district court for northern 
district of California, southern division. Mar. term, 1941, United States v. 
Dried Fruit Association of California, et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 
17 p. t J 1.75 : D 831 

Du Pont, Pierre 8. Nos. 200-201, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Pieri-e S. Du Pont v. commissioner of internal revenue; John J. Ila.skob r. 
[same], on petition for writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d cir- 
cuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i-j-10 p. t 

J 1.78 : D 927/3 

Duran, Abraham E. No. 2312, in circuit court of apiieals for 10th circuit, Abraham 
E. Duran and Hester M. Duran v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1941.1 
cover title, i+ll p. t J 1.76: D 931 

Eastman, Harvey. No. 141, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Harvey Eastman et al. v. United States, Raymond H. Bivney, superintendent 
of Taholah Indian Agency, and James A. Howarth, jr.. United States forest 
supervisor, on petition for wa-it of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9tli 
circuit; brief for respondents in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+17 p. t 

J 1.78 : Ea 78 

English Construction Company, Inc. No. 139, in district court for district of Dela- 
ware, English Construction Company, Inc., v. United States ; requested tindings 
of fact arid conclusions of law. [1941.] cover title, 5 p. t J 1.75 : En 36/4 

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Braporated Milk Asfiocuifior}. No. 2725T-R (criminal), in district court for 
northern district of Cnlit'ornia, southern division, Mar. term, 1941, United 
States r. Evaporated Mill< Association et al. : indictment. [1941.] cover title, 
17 p. I J 1.75 : Ev 17 

Fergitson. H. W. No. 190. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
H. W. Ferguson v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 5th circuit ; l)rief for United States in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, i+12 p. t J 1.78 :F 381 

Flemhiff, John P., Drireairai/ Service. No. 267, in Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1941, United States, Interstate Commerce Commission and 
John P. Fleming, individual doing business as John P. Fleming Driveaway Serv- 
ice, r. Alton Railroad Company et al., appeal from district court for eastern 
district of Michigan; statement as to jurisdiction. [1941.] cover title, 7 p. t 

J 1.78 : F G29 

Fletcher, Fdniovd C. No. 226, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
United States, acting on relation of Edmond C. Fletcher, and .said Edmoud C. 
Fletcher, individually, r. John H. Fahey [et al., members of Federal Home Loan 
Bank Board], on petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Ap- 
peals for District of Columbia; brief for respondents in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, i+12 p. t J 1.78 : F 633 

Food and Grocery Bureau of Souther)i California. Incorporated. No. 14952 
(criminal), in district court for southern district of California, central division. 
Feb. term, 1941, United States ?•. Food and Grocery Bureau of Southern Cali- 
fornia, Incorporated, et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 25 p. t 

J 1.75 : F 739/2 

Forbes. J. F. No. 9799. in circuit court of appeals for 9tli circuit, J. F. Forbes v. 
United States, upon appeal from district court for district of M(jntana ; brief 
for United States. [1941.] cover title, iii-f27 p. t J 1.76 :F 744 

Oeneral Securitiei^ Company. No. 2271, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit. 
General Securities Company r. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1941.] 
cover title, ii-f21 p. t J 1.76 :G 286/3 

Glos. Lucy M. No. 7671, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, commissioner 
of internal revenue v. Lucy M. Glos (Gloss), on petition for review of decision 
of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, i+12 p. t 

J 1.76 : G 516 

Great Northern Railway. No. 149. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Great Northern Railway Company v. United States on petition for writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit : memorandum for United 
States. [1941.] cover title, 2 p. % J 1.78 :G 798 

Haden Company. No. 171, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Haden Company r. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief 
for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+8 p. t J 1.78 :H 117 

Hamilton-Broum Shoe Company. No. 195, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941. William II. Killoren. trustee in bankruptcy of Hamilton-Brown 
Shoe Company, v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for '8th circuit ; brief for United States in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, ii+16 p. t J 1.78 :H 18 

Hammond. Oydcn 77., jr. Brief for appellees, in United States Court of Appeals 
for District of Columbia, Apr. term, 1941, no. 7871, Ogden H. Hammond, .jr. v. 
Cordell Hull et al. [as officials of State Department], appeal from judgment of 
District Court of United States for District of Columbia. [1941.] cover title, 
i+9 p. t J 1.77 :H 184 

Hopkinson, Mrs. Bessie B. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue i'. Bessie B. Hopkinson, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, 
ii+l7p. t J 1.76 :H 777 

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Kcycs, Miiunc. No. 152, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Minnie Keyes v. United St:ites, on iietition for writ of certiorari to United States 
Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for United States in opposi- 
tion. 11U41.] cover title, i + 18 p. t J 1.78 :K 521 

Kraft Chcmc Conipanjf. No. 11814 (criminal), in district court for western dis- 
trict of Wisconsin. Dec. term, 1!)40, United States r. Kraft Cheese Company 
et al. ; indictment. 11J)41.] cover title, 11 p. t J1.75:K855/2 

Lechr. Rirhtird W. No. 16;>, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941. 
Kicliard \V. Leche r. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 5th circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [11>41.] 
cover title, ii+22 p. :■: J 1.78 :L 495 

Lcnirr Storcfi Corporfttioii. No. — , in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
IfMl, Guy T. Helveriiig. commissioner of internal revenue r. Lerner Stores 
Corporation (Md. ) : petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 
2d circuit. [1941.] cover title, i+9 p. t J 1.78 :L 562 

Lester, Mrs. Alice H. No. 205, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
A. Crawford Greene, guardian of estate of Alice H. Lester, incompetent person, 
V. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1941.1 cover title, i+9 p. t J 1.78 :L 567 

Logun Con} <(■ Tiniher Assoeiatioii. No. 7642. in circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit. Logan Coal & Timber Association r. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petitions foi- review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; 
brief for respondent. [1941.1 cover title, ii+19 p. t J1.76:L828 

Maso)iite Corporation. Civil action no. 7-49S, in district court for southern dis- 
trict of New York. Mixv. term. 1941. United States r. Ma.sonite Corporation et al. ; 
reply brief for plaintiff. [IWl.] cover title, i+15 p. $ J 1.75: M 381/2 

Meadow Land and Iniproveinent Conipanif. No. 7690, in circuit court of appeals 
for 3d circuit. Meadow Land and Improvement Company v. commissioner of 
internal reveinie. on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; 
brief for respimdent. [1941.] cover title, i+21 p. t J 1.76 iM 461 

Miller. Victor N. No. 9680, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, A'ictor N. 
Miller, also known as Vic IMiller [et al.] r. United States, appeal from district 
court for northern district of California: brief for United States. [1941.] 
cover title, ii+24 p. :■: J 1.76 : M 619/2 

Moore, Mrs. Louise H. No. 74, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Mrs. Louise Harris Moore v. United States, on petition for writ of certi- 
orari to Court of Claims ; supplemental memorandum for United States. [1941.] 
cover title, 2 p. :•: J 1.78 : M 784 

Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America. No. — , in Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1941, Federal Power Conunission and Illinois Commerce 
Commission v. Ntitural Gas I'ipeline (^)mpany of America and Texoma Natural 
Gas Company: petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 
7lh circuit. [1941.] cover title, i+19 p. t J1.78:N219 

United States circuit court of ajipeals for 7th circuit, no. 74.14, Natural Gas 

Pipeline Company of America and Texoma Natural Gas Company i%s-. Federal 
Power Connnission and Illinois Conuuerce Connnission, petition for review of 
interim order of Federal Power Connnission; [proceedings]. [1941.] 
p. 4025-42. % J 1.76 :N 219 

Neio York State. No. — , in Supreme Court of United States. Oct. term, 1941, 
United States r. State of New York, in matter of Independent Automobile For- 
warding Corporation, bankrupt ; petiticm for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 2d circuit. [1941.] cover title, i+8 p. t J 1.78 : N 42 yo/4 

Newton, James Q., Trust. Nos. 22()8, 2267, in circuit court of appeals for 10th 
circuit, commissioner of internal revenue r. James Q. Newton Trust ; [same] v. 
James Q. Newton, jr.. on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax 
Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, ii4-32 p. t 

J 1.76 : N 484/2 

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Oakland, Calif. No. 9S01, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, city of Oak- 
land, municipal corporation, ?\ United States, upon appeal from district court 
for northern district of California, southern division ; brief for United S'tates. 
[1941.] cover title, ii+19 p. t J1.76:Oa4 

O'Leary, John F. L. In Court of Claims, no. 44728, John F. L. O'Leary t\ United 
States; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report. [1941.] p. 9-13. t 

J 1.80 : 01 2 

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15. TT.se of airports; June 4, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. J 1.5/a : 40/15 

0'SJiaii()Jin('Sf<i/, I. A., Inc. Nos. 2304-13, in circuit court of appeals for 10th 
circuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. I. A. O'Shaughnessy, Inc.; I. A. 
O'Shaushnessy, Inc. v. commissioner of internal revenue, on cross petitions for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Api)eals ; brief for commissioner. [1941.] 
cover title, i-f 17 p. $ J 1.76 : Os 4 

Pacific Electric Railway. No. 223, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, United Stales, Interstate Commerce Commission and Pacific Electric 
Railway Company r. Railway Labor Executives Association and Brotherhood 
of Trainmen, appeal from District Court of United States for District of 
Columbia ;, statement as to jurisdiction. [1941.] cover title, 23 p. t 

J 1.78 : P 119 

Parker, John. No. 9792, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, John Parker, 
entitled as John Parker, transferee, r. commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. 
[1941.] cover title, i +36 p. % J 1.76 :P 226 

Pellc]!. William D. No. 150, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
William D. Pelley r. John B. Colpoys, United States marshal in and for District 
of Columbia, on petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals 
for District of Columbia; brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover 
title, ii+14 p. t J 1.78 : P 364 

Pettit, Mrs. Bertie. No. 138, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Bertie Pettit r. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit; brief for 
respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, 1 p. t J 1.78 :P 455 

Pettit, Charles. No. 137, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Charles Pettit r. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on peti- 
tion for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief for 
respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i-f 11 p. t J 1.78 :P 455/2 

Provtt, Frederick G. No 8794, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, Frederick 
G. Proutt, First National Bank of Memphis, executor, r. commissioner of in- 
ternal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; 
brief for respondent. [1941.] cover title, i+11 p. $ J 1.76 :P 947 

Roeser d Pendleton, Inc. No. 101, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Roeser & Pendleton, Inc., v. Guy T. Helvering, conunissiouer of internal 
revenue, on petition f(>r writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th 
circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+16 p. I 

J 1.78 : R 629 

Russell, William A., Trust. No. 153, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1941, John J. Chickering, administrator [of William A. Rus.sell Trust], v. 
Guy T. Helvering, connnissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+11 p. t J 1.78 :R 919 

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1U46 G0VERNM£XT PUBLICATIONS 

Ri/an, Thomas. No. 166, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
May Ryan, executrix of Thomas Ryan. v. Acel C. Alexander, formerly collector 
of internal revenue fur district of Oklahoma, on lietition for writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeali; for iWh circuit ; brief fur respondent in opposition. 
[1941.] cover title, ii+ 19 p. t J 1.78 :R 958 

Saffla'ti Engineering Corporation. No. 7693, in circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit, United States v. LSaffian Engineering Corporation], printing machinery, 
lottery tickets, and records pertaining to transportation, interstate, of lottery 
tickets, and J. Leslie Ford, U. S. marshal, and S. B. Irwin Duncan, deputy U. S. 
marshal for Delaware, on appeal from district court for district of Delaware; 
reply brief of appellants. [1941.] cover title, 18 p. t J 1.76 :Sa 17/5 

Shoman^ Abd. In Court of Claims, no. 45472, Abd Shomau i-. United States; 
demurrer to plaintiff's petition [and] brief on demurrer. [1941.] p. 5-7. $ 

J 1.80 : Sh 74 

Simon^ Philip H. No. 193, in Supremo Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Philip H. Simon v. United States, on petition fur writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 3d circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, i+8 p. + J 1.78 : Si 54 

Simons, Joshua F. No. 192, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Joshua F. Simons, William Markowitz, and Samuel Markowitz v. United States, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit; 
brief for United States in opposition. [1941.] cover title, ii+13 p. J 

J 1.78 : Si 57 

Solomon, Mrs. Amelia. No. 7762, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue r. Mrs. Amelia Solomon, on petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title. 
ii+46 p. t J 1.76 : So 47 

Southwest Consolidated Corporaiion. No. — , in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941, Guy T. Plelvering, commissioner of internal x'evenue, t\ South- 
west Consolidated Corporation ; petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 5th circuit. [1941.] cover title, i+12 p. J J 1.78 : So 89/2 

United States circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, no. 9524, commissioner 

of internal revenue r. Southwest Consolidated Corporation, petition for review 
of decision of Board of Tax Appeals i district of Louisiana) ; [proceedings]. 
[194L] p. 63-67. t J 1.76: So 89/3 

Sparks-Withington Company. No. 281, in Supreme Court of Unite<l States, Oct. 
term, 1941, National Labor Relations Board v. fc>'parks-Witliington Company and 
United Cooperative Society of Jackson, Inc., intervenor ; petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for Gth circuit. [1941.] cover title, 
i-fl4 p. t J1.78:Sp26 

Proceedings in circuit court of appeals for 0th circuit, no. 8753, National 

Labor Relations Board r. Sparks-Witliington Company, United Cooperative 
Society of Jackson, Inc.. intervenor, petition for enforcement of order of Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board. [1941.] p. 579-580. ? J1.76:Sp26 

Uniris Lens Company, Ine. Civil action no. 10-392, in district court for southern 
district of New York, United States r. I'nivis Lens Company, Inc.. et al. ; 
memorandum on behalf of the Government. [1941.] cover title, ii+25 p. % 

J 1.75 : Un 40/2 

Wagner, Ralph. No. 180, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Ralph Wagner v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of apiK'als for 9th circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, i-f-12 p. t J 1.7S : W 125 

Wegener, H. H. No. 225, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
H. H. Wegener v. Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revetuie, on 
l)etitlon for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit; brief 
for respondent in opposition. [1041.] cover title, i-|-ll p. t J 1.78: W421 

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West Viryinia Poiccr Coinijanij. No. 4840, in circuit court of appeals for 4th 
circuit, United States v. West Virginia Power Company and Norfolli & Western 
Railway Company, appeal from district court for southern district of West 
Virginia ; iuief for United States. [1941.] cover title, ii+37 p. t 

J 1.76 : W 52v 

Same, appendix. [1941.] cover title, i +65 p. t J 1.76 : W 52v/2 

White, Samuel H. In Court of Claims, no. 44620, Samuel H. White v. United 
States ; defendant's brief. [1941.] p. 22-40. % J 1.80 :W 585/2 

Wholesale Tobacco Dealers Bureau of Southern Calif oniia. No. 14953 (criminal), 
in district court for southern district of California, central division. Feb. term, 
1941, United States r. Wholesale Tobacco Dealers Bureau of Southern Cali- 
fornia, et aL ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 16 p. t J 1.75 : W 62/2 

Wilder, A. M. No. 135, in Supreme Court of United States. Oc-t. term, 1941, A. M. 
Wilder, Jo.*ephine Utz Wilder, executrix of A. M. Wilder, r. Guy T. Helvering, 
commissioner of internal revenue, on ijetition for writ of certior.iri to circuit 
court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] 
cover title, i+5 p. t J 1.78' : W 645 

WiUon & Co., Inc. No. 32801 (criminal), in district court for northern district 
of Illinois, eastern division, June term. 1941. TUiited States r. Wilson & Co., Inc., 
et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 9 p. t J 1.75 : W 699 

Wilaon Brothers <& Company. Nos. 9781-82, in circuit court of appeals for 9th 
circuit, Wilson Brothers & Company (Wilson Bros. & Co.) r. commissioner of 
internal revenue, on petitions for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals; 
brief for respondent. [1941.] cover title, iii+51 p. % J 1.76 :W 699/2 

Windsor Manufacturing Company. No. 98, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941, John J. Onghton [et al.], copartners trading as Windsor Manu- 
facturing Company, t\ National Labor Relations Board, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; memorandum for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, i-f 15 p. t J 1.78: W 724 

No. 170, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, Thomas Gibbs 

[et al., employees of Windsor ^Manufacturing Company] v. National Labor Re- 
lations Board, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 
3d circuit ; memorandum for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover 
title, i+8 p. t J 1-78 : G 855 

Young, Peter. No. 86, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, IMl, Peter 
Young, alias Young Lup, v United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit ; memorandum for United States. [1941.] 
cover title, i-f 10 p. $ J 1.78 : Y 86 

ANTITRUST DIVISION 

Allied Chemical d Dye Corporation. United States v. Allied Chemical & Dye 
Corporation et al. (U. S. D. C. New York — no. 14-320), statement of grounds 
for action ; complaint and consent deci'ee (violation of Sherman antitrust law). 
1941. [1] +6 p. [Public statement released May 29, 1941.] t J 20.7 : Al 55 

Broadcast Music, Inc. Civil action no. 459, in district court for eastern district of 
Wisconsin, United States v. Broadcast Music, Inc. ; modified consent decree. 
[1941.] cover title, 11 p. t J 20.8 :B 78 

Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. United States v. Great Atlantic and 
Pacific Tea Company et al. (U. S. D. C. Dist. of Columbia— no. 67845), statement 
of grounds for action ; indictment charging violation of Sherman antitrust law. 
1&41. [l]+3p. [Public statement released May 28, 1941.] t J 20.7 :G 798/2 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

La IV enforcement. FBI law enforcement bulletin, v. 10, no. 7 : July 1941. [1941.] 
cover title. [2] -f 1—40 p. 11. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t (available to law 
enforcement officers and agencies only). 
L. C. card 36-13359 J 1.14/8 : 10/7 

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1048 Government Publications 

Law enforceijient — Continued. 

Same, insert, Fugitives wanted, missing person notices, cancellations, v. 

10. no. 7 ; July 1941. [11)41.] [1] +41-71 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

J 1.14/8 : 10/7/insert 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 

Oencral order C-S2. June 25, 1941. 4 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t J 21.7 : C-32 

Naturalization. Essential procedure and requirements for naturalization under 
general provisions of nationality act of 1940. Edition of [Jan. 13, 1941, revised 
1941]. [1941.] 4 p. (Form N-17, old C-59 General.) f 
L. C. card 41-50964 J 21.8 : 941/2 

Sign cuttitxi; by T. P. Love. Sept. 1936 [reprint 1941]. 10 p. t 

L 15.2 : Si 2/1-2 

Note. — Tbis ropriiit is classed with original publication so that the publications may be 
filed together. 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Child lahor. Child labor regulations and orders (Code of Federal regulations, 
title 29. chap. 4) pt. 422. Occupations particularly hazardous for employment of 
minors between 16 and 18 years of age or detrimental to their health or well- 
being: Hazardous-occupation order 4. June 24, 1941. 2 leaves, 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t L 5.39: 4 

Same: Hazardous-occupation order 5. June 24, 1941. 2 leaves, 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t L 5.39: 5 

Children. The child, monthly bulletin, Juue 1941; [v. 5, no. 12]. [1941.] cover 
title, p. 299-318, il. 4° [Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 
$1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card L 36-94 L 5.35 : 5/12 

Cripples. Services for cripi)led children under social security act, title 5, pt. 2, 
development of program, 1936-39. [1941.] v+95 p. il. (Bureau publication 
258.) * Paper*, 15c. 
L. C. card L 41-62 L 5.20 : 258 

Vitamin D. Economical purchase of vitamin-D preparations ; bv J. Ernestine 
Becker. [1941.] [1] +244-249 p. 4" [From The child, monthlv bulletin, v. 5, 
no. 10, Apr. 1941.] t L5.35/a: V831 

LABOR STANDARDS DIVISION 

International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions. Dis- 
cussion of industrial accidents and diseases, 1940 convention of International 
Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions. Richmond, Ya. 
[Sept. 9-12. 1940]. 1941. vii+186 p. (Bulletin 46.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 16-27136 L 16.3 : 46 

Lahor .standards. Mav-June 1941 : [v. 4, no. 4]. [1941.] cover title, 1-16+ii p. il. 
4" I Monthly. Includes Index for v. 3, Feb. 1940-Jan. 1941. Text on p. 2 and 
3 of cover. Two months issued as one publication.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 
7oc. a yr. ; foreign subscription, .$1.15. 
L. C. card L38-50 L 16.11 : 4/4 

Legislative report 22 and 23 ; June 28 and July 26, 1941. [1941.] Each 5 leaves, 4° 
[Processed. ] t L 16.12 : 941/22, 23 

Life insurance. Savings-bank life insurance. 1941. 22 p. il. (Bulletin 44.) 
* Paper. 10c. 
L. C. card L41-63 L 16.3 : 44 

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July 19 U 1049 

Truck mechanicft. Appronticpship standards for truck mechanics of Philadelphia, 
Pa., formulated by Philadelphia, Pa., Truck Industry Joint Apprenticeship 
Committee, representing Labor Relations Division, Philadelphia Chapter, Penn- 
sylvania Motor Truck Association, Inc., and Pliiladelpliia Auto Meclianics 
Local No. 724; approved 1!I41. 1941. 4 p. 4** [These standards are a concrete 
example of a method for training apprentices in a conmmnity. They are issued 
in the expectation that ccmimittee.s or individuals concerned in other localities 
will And them useful as a basis for discussion.] t L 16.14 :T 764 

LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU 

Building. Building construction. May 1941 ; prepared by Division of Construction 
and Public Employment. 1941. ii+25p. il. (Serial no. R. 1328.) [Monthly. ] f 

L 2.6/a 4 : 941/5 

Building permit survey, 1936-38: BPS2-82 and BPS2-89, [1941.] large 8" 

[Construction and Public Employment Division in cooperation with Work 
Projects Administration.] f 

L. C. card L37-166 L 2.12 : 

2-82. Memphis, Tonn. f2]+l.S p. 
2-89. St. I'aiil, Minn. [2] +12 p. 

Review of building construction in 1940. 1941. [11+12 p. il. (Serial 

no. R. 1327.) [From Monthly labor review, June 194L] t L 2.6/a 4 : 940/13 

Civilian Conservation Corps. Eight years of CCC operations, 1933-41. [1941.] 
9 p. (Serial no. R. 1323.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1941.] t 

L 2.6/a : C 499/3 

Com-t decisions of interest to labor. [1941.] 6 p. (Serial no. R 1321.) [From 
Monthly labor review, June 1941.] t L 2.6/a 8 : 941/6 

Defense industries. Shift operations in selected defense industries, Mar. 1941; 
[prepared by Morris LevineJ. 1941. [1]+11 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1318.) 
[From Monthly labor review, Aug. 1941.] f L 2.6/a : D 361/3 

Employment and pay rolls, Apr. 1941; prepared by Division of Employment 
Statistics and Division of Construction and Public Employment. 1941. iv4-39 p. 
il. (Serial no. R. 1317.) [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card L2;3-234 L 2.9 : 941/4 

Family expenditures. Family expenditures in selected cities, 1935-36: v. 1, 
Housing. 1941. x+404 p. il. (Bulletin 648 [v. 1]. Study of consumer pur- 
chases, urban technical series.) [Prepared iu cooperation with Works Progress 
Administration.] * Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card L40-123 L 2.3 : 648/v. 1 

Same. (H. doc. 441 [v. 1], 75th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Fire departments. Salaries, hours, and working conditions in fire departments 
of United States ; prepared by [Gerald M. W'hitright, assisted by Mahlon B. 
Buckman]. 1941. [1]+17 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1301; Constructioii and Public 
Employment Division.) [Prepared in cooperation with Work Projects Admin- 
istration. From Monthly labor review, July 1941.] t L 2.6/a : Sa 31/8 

Hosiery. Earnings in seamless-hosiery industry under 32 [.5] -cent minimum 
wage; [prepared by Frances Jones, assisted by George E. Votava]. 1941. 
[l]+22 p. (Serial no. R. 1325.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1941.] t 

L 2.6/a : H 79/5 

Housing. Defense housing policies and progress; [bv Theodore A. Veenstra]. 
1941. [1]+18 p. (Serial no. R. 1304.) [From Monthly labor review, May 
1941. ] t L 2.6/a : H 817/23 

Labor information bulletin. Labor information bulletin, May 1941; [v. 8, no. 5]. 
[1941.] [2]+18p. il. 4° [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card L34-114 L 2.10: 8/5 

Same, June 1941; [V. 8, no. 6]. [1941.] [2]+18 p. il. 4" [Monthly.] f 

L 2.10 : 8/6 

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1050 Government Publications 

Monthly labor review. Monthly labor review, June 1941, v. 52, no. 6; [Hugh S. 
Hauna, editor J [I'J-ll.] cover title, iv+i;«7-1613 p. il. [Certain articles are 
reprinted from the Monthly labor review and listed in the Monthly catalog as 
they are issued.] * Taper, oOc. single copy, $3.50 a yr. ; foreign sub.scription, 
$4.75. 

L. C. card 15-26485 L 2.6 : 52/6 

Note. — Tiie Monthly labor review is the medium through which the Bureau publishes 
its rcjiular montlily reports on i^wch subjects as trend of employment and pay rolls, 
hourly and weekly earnings, weekly working hours, industrial disputes, whulcsale and 
retail prices, changes in cost of living, labor turn-over, and building construction as well 
as infornialion on collective agreement.'', industrial accidents, labor leiiislation and court 
decisions, and important labor developments in other countries. One free ^ul)scription 
will be given to all labor departments and bureaus, workmen's compensation commissions, 
and other offices connected with .the administration of labor laws, and to or^;iuizationa 
exchanging publications with the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Others desiring copies 
may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the 
prices stated above. 

Same, July 1941, v. 53, no. 1; [Hugh S. Hanna, editor]. [1941.] cover 

title, iv+1-281 p. il. [Certain articles are reprinted from the Monthly labor 
review and listed in the Monthly catalog as they are issued.] L2.6: 53/1 

National Youth Administration. Activities of National Youth Administration, 
1935-40. 1941. [1]+10 p. (Serial no. R. 1315.) [From Monthly labor 
review, May 1941.] t L2.6/a:N213y 

Police departments. Salaries and hours of labor in municipal police depart- 
ments, July 1, 1938 : v. 2, Middle Atlantic cities ; prepared by Division of Con- 
struction and Public Employment. 1941. ix+53 p. il. (Bulletin 685 [v. 2].) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Work Projects Admiinstration.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card L 41-14 L 2.3 : 6S5/V.2 

Same. (H. doc. 987 [v. 2], 76th Cong. 3d sess.) 

■ Same: v. 6, East south central cities; prepared by Division of Construc- 
tion and Public Employment. 1941. v-|-22 p. il. (Bulletin 6S5 [v. 6].) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Work Projects Administration.] * Paper, 10c. 

L 2.3 : 685/V.6 

Same. (H. doc. 987 [v. 6], 76th Cong. 3d sess.) 

Prices. Retail prices, food, May 1941 ; prepared bv Retail Price Division. 1941. 
li+7 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1319.) [Monthlv.] t 
L. C. card L 32-43 - L 2.6/a 2 : 941/5 

■ Wholesale prices, Apr. 1941; prepared bv Division of Wholesale Prices. 

1941. ii+9 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1316.) [Monthly.] t 

L. C. card L 22-229 L 2.8 : 941/4 

Same, May 1941 ; prepared by Division of Wholesale Prices. 1941. ii+9 p. 

il. (Serial no. R. 1329.) [Monthly.] t L 2.8: 941/5 

Processed-waste industry. Earnings and hours in procossed-waste industry, 1940, 
hourly earnings in jute-bagging industry, 1940; [prepared by Louis M. Solo- 
mon]. 1941. [l]+8 p. (Serial no. R. 1326.) [From Monthlv labor review, 
June 1941 . ] t L 2.6/a : P 941/940 

Strikes in Feb. 1941. 1941. [1]+16 p. (Serial no. R. 1320.) [From Monthly 
labor review, June 1941] f L 2.6/a 6 : 941/2 

Union-management cooperation; [prepared in Division of Industrial Relations]. 
1941. [l]+9 p. (Serial no. R. 1284.) [From Monthly labor review, June 
1J>41.] t L2.0/a:Un 3/11 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION 

General Tobacco d Grocery Co. No. 8872, in circuit court of appeals for 6th cir- 
cuit, General Tobacco & Grocery Co. v. Philip B. Fleming, administrator of 
Wage and Hour Division. appc>al from district court for eastern district of 
Michigan ; brief for administrator of Wage and Hour Division. [1941.] cover 
title, ii+28 p. t L 20.10 :G 286 

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July 1941 1051 

Handicapped. Rcglamento aplicable al empleo de porsonas de capacidad dis- 
minuida, de aciieido con el articulo 14 de la lev de normas razonables de trabajo 
de 1038; diciembre de 1940. [1941.] [l]+4 p. [Titulo 2fl', capitulo 5, Codigo 
de reglameatos Federales, parte 524.] t L 20.S : 524/3/Spauisb 

Warshawskij and Company. No. 7600, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Philip B. Fleming, administrator of Wage and Hour Division, v. Warshawsky 
and Company et al., appeal from district court for northern district of Illinois, 
eastern division; brief for administrator of Wage and Hour Division. [1941.] 
cover title, vi+50 p. t L 20.10 :W 261 

WOMEN'S BUREAU 

Woman tvorker, July 1941; [v. 21, no. 4]. [1941.] 16 p. large S" [Bimonthly.] 
* Paper, 5c. single copv, 25c. a vr. ; foreign subscription, 35c. 
L. C. card L 86-118 L 13.8 : 21/4 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

General snrre!/ and statement of objectives; by lilirarinn [Archibald MacLeish]. 
1941. [1]+31 p. [From Annual report of librarian of Congress, fiscal year 
1040.] i- 
L. C. card 41-50970 LCl.l/a : L 616/2 

BIBLIOGRAPHY DIVISION 

National defense. Civilian defense, selected list of recent references ; compiled by 
Helen F. Conover. June 12, 1941. [3] +43 p. 4° [Processed.] t (fi"ee to in- 
stitutions only.) 
L. C. card 41-50971 LC 2.2 : D 36/4/941 

List of bibliographies on questions relating to national defense ; compiled 

by Grace Hadley Fuller. June 24. 1941. [1]+21 p. 4° [Processed. Title on 
cover: National defense, list of bibliographies.] t(free to institutions only). 
L. C. ca rd 41-50973 LC 2.2 : D 36/3/941 

Women. Comprehensive index to notable American women, 1932, 1937, 1941; 
compiled by Florence S. Hellmau. 1941. [3] +28 p. 4° [Processed. Title 
on cover: Notable American women, comprehensive index.] t (free to insti- 
tutions onlv). 
L C card 41-50972 LC 2.2 : W 84/ind. 

■ List of references relating to notable American women ; compiled by 

Florence S. Hellman. 1941. [3J+122p. 4° [Processed. Supplements mimeo- 
graphed lists, 1982, 1937. Title on cover : Notable American women, 2d sup- 
plement.] t (free to institutions only). 
L. C. card 37-18028 LC 2.2 : W 84/supp 2 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

Copyriffht. Catalog of copyright entries, new series. 1941. 
L. C. card 6-35347 

Note. — Each number is issued in 4 parts : pt. 1, group 1, pt. 1. group 2, and pt. 1, 
group 3. Dt. 2. pt. a. and vt. 4. Subscriptions for the Catalog of copyright entries should 
be made to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington. D. C., instead of to the 
Register of Copyrights. Prices are us follows: Paper. $10.00 a yr. (4 pts. unbound), 
foreign subscription, $13.00; pt. 1. groups 1 and 2, and pt. .3, each .$.3.00 a yr., foreign 
subscription, each $3.7.5 ; pt. 1 group 3, nt. 2, and pt. 4 each $2.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scriptions, pt. 1, group 3. $2.25. pt. 2, $2.30, pt. 4, $2.20; single numbers, 50c; annual 
indexes, each, for complete calendar year, $2.00. 

pt. 3. Musical compositions, v 35, volume index. 1S40. iv+1759-2143 d.+ [4] leaves. 

[Includes title pages to v. 35 for first half of 1940, nos. 1-6. for last half of 

1940, nos. 7-12, and for year 1940, nos. 1-12.] LC 3.6/3 : 35/t.p.& ind. 

Musical composition, including list of renewals, v. 36, no. 2. iv-|- 157-358 p. 

[Monthly.] LC 3.6/3 : .36 '2 

pt. 4. NYorks of art. reproductions of a work of art, drawings or plastic works of scientific 
or technical character, photographs, prints and pictorial illustrations, including 
prints and labels used for artich'S of merchandise, including list of renewal*, v. 36. 
no. 4. iii + 133-160 p. [Monthly.] LC 3.6/4 : 36/4 

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1052 Government PrBLKAiioNS 

DOCUMENTS DIVISION 

state Diihlirations. Moiiflilv checkMst of State inihlicatioiis. v. 82. no. 4; Apr. 
1941. [1941. J [2J +160-213 p. 4" * Paper, 15c. .single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign 
sub.scription, $2.2."). 
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LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SERVICE 

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40c., $2.00 per session. 

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year 194U.1 t 
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ORIENTALIA DIVISION 

Report. Division of Orientalia [from report of chief, fiscal year 1940]. 1941. 
[1] +1.^4-187 p. 2 pi. [Frcmi Annual report of librarian of Congress, fiscal 
year 1940.] t 
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MARITIME COMMISSION 

Addresfieii. Loyalty, brief talk by chairman of Maritime Commission Emory S. 
Land, to shipbuilding \A'orkers of Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation, Pascagoula, 
Miss., June 28, 1941. [1941.] [4] p. f MC 1.13 : L 22/18 

Food for eat tie. No. 587, Larrowe Milling Company (trade name), division of 
General Mills, Inc., r. Baltimoi-e Insular Line, Inc., and Bull Insular Line, Inc. 
[decided Apr. 1, 1941; reiwrt and order of Commission]. [1941.] [l]+549- 
552+ [1] p. [Report fnmi Maritime Commission reports, v. 2.] t 

MC 1.22/a : 587 

Freight ?Y//r.s. No. 58.i, rates, charges, and practices of carriers, and practices of 
shippers, in connection with freight traffic from United States to Philippine 
Islands [decided Mar. 25, 1941; report and order of Commission]. [1941.] 
[1] +535-548+ [1] p. [Report from Maritime Commission reports, V. 2.] t 

MC 1.22/a :585 

Oliie)}, Sifffried, ^hippitu/ Compamj. No. 595, Sigfried Olsen [doing business under 
name of Sigfried Olsen Shipping Company] v. Blue Star Line, Limited, et al. 
[decided Mar. 25, 1941; report of Commission]. [1941.] [1] +529-534 p. 
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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Airfo-Hs. General airfoil theory [with list of references], by H. G. Kiissner; 
[translation by J. Vanier from] Luftfahrtforschung, v. 17, no. 11/12, Dec. 10, 
1940. Washington, June 1941. cover title, 27 p. 1 tab. 4" (Technical memo- 
randums 979.) [Processed.] t Y 3.N 21/5 : 8/979 

Eiif/ines. New method of cauulating power at altitude of aircraft engines equipped 
with superchargers on basis of tests made under sea-level conditions [with list 
of references], by Marcello Surracino ; [translation by J. Vanier from] Atti di 
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niewski ; [from] The aeroplane, v. 60, no. 1561, Apr. 25, 1941. Washington, 
June 1941. cover title, 7 p. 2 pi. 4° (Technical memorandums 980.) [Proc- 
essed. ] t Y 3.N 21/5 : 8/980 

Radio earphones. Protection against acoustical shock in radio earphones ; by 
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NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

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War Industries Board. Preliminary inventory of War Industries Board records 
[with bibliography]. Washington, May 1941. xvii+134 p. il. 4" ([Preliminary 
inventory 1. J ) iProcessed.] t 

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NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

Note. — The separate decisions of the National Labor Relations Board are issued in printed 
form beginning with v. 3 and have been placed on subscription basis (the decisions in v. 1 
and 2 were mimeographed and distributed by the National Labor Relations Board). The 
separate decisions, beginning with v. 3. are obtainable from the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Washington, D. C. at a subscription price of $1.50 per volume (one volume covering 
a period of approximately 2 months) ; single copies usually 5c. The bound volumes of 
decisions and orders are also sold by the Superintendent of" Documents at various prices, 
depending upon the size of the volume. 

Algoma Plywood rf Veneer Company. No. 7597, in circuit court of appeals for 7th 
circuit. National Labor Relations Board v. Algoma Plywood & Veneer Company, 
petition of National Labor Relations Board for rehearing. [1941.] cover title, 
8 p. t LR 1.9 : Al 38/2 

Bersted Manufaeturinrj Company. No. 8922. in circuit court of apiieals for Gth 
circuit. National Labor Relations Board v. Bersted Manufacttiring Company, on 
petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for 
National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, ii + 16 p. X LR 1.9 : B 46 

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Blackstone Manufacturing Co.* Inc. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2a 
circuit, Oct. term, 1940, National Labor' Relations Board v. Blackstone Manu- 
facturing ('o., Inc., on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor 
Relations Board; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover 
title, iii+16 p. t LR1.9:B567 

Decisions. Decisions and orders of National Labor Relations Board, v. 21, Mar. 
1-27, 1940. 1941. xii+1420 p. * Cloth, $1.75. 
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Fein's Tin Can Co., Inc. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Oct. 
term, 1940, National Labor Relations Board v. Fein's Tin Can Co., Inc., on 
petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board; brief for 
National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, ii+21 p. t 

LR 1.9 : F 327 

(jtxoory, Joseph R. Appendix to petitioner's brief, in circuit court of appeals for 
5th circuit, no 9961, National Labor Relations Board v. Joseph R. Gregory, on 
petition to enforce order of National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover 
title, i+59 p. t LR 1.9 : G 862/4 

Keystone Freight Lines. Brief for National Labor Relations Board, circuit court 
of appeals, 10th circuit, no. 2282, National Labor Relations Board v. Keystone 
Freight Lines, on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Rela- 
tions Board. [194L] cover title, iii+26 p. + LR1.9:K524 

Enoxtulle Publishing Company. No. 8658, in circuit court of appeals for 6th 
circuit. National Labor Relations Board v. Knoxville Publishing Company; 
petition for rule to show cause, to adjudge in contempt, and for other relief. 
[194L] cover title, 23 p. + LR1.9:K779 

Little Rock Furniture Manufacturing Company. No. 491, original, in circuit 
court of appeals for 8th circuit, National Labor Relations Board v. Little Rock 
Furniture Manufacturing Company ; petition for rule to show cause, to adjudge 
in contempt, and for other relief. [1941.] cover title, i+ 66 p. t 

LR 1.9 : L 729 

Luxuray, Inc. In circuit court nf appeals for 2d circuit, National Labor Relations 
Board v. Luxuray, Inc., on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor 
Relations Board; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover 
title, i+13 p. % LR 1.9 : L 979 

Mayer Handbag Company. Inc. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Oct. 
term, 1940, National Labor Relations Board v. Mayer Handbag Company, Inc., 
on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board; brief 
for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, li+16 p. t 

LR 1.9 : M 452 

Rules and regulations, series 2, as amended, and national labor relations act (49 
Stat. 449), effective Apr. 22, 1941. 1941. iv-|-29 p. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 36-26362 LR 1.6 : R 86/ser.2/941 

Standard Oil Company. No. 2188, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit. 
National Labor Relations Board v. Standard Oil Company and Stanolind Oil and 
Gas Company, on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations 
Board ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, 
iii-t-49 p. t LR 1.9: St 24/4 

Whittier Mills Company. No. 9423, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
National Labor Relations Board v. "Whittier Mills Company, Silver Lake Com- 
pany, and Scottsdale Mills ; petition to adjudge respondent companies and their 
oflScers and agents in contempt and for other relief. [1941.] cover title, 
[1] -f 234 p. X LR 1.9 : W 618/3 

Wilson d Co., Inc. Nos. 496-497, original, consolidated, in circuit court of appeals 
for Sth circuit, Wilson & Co., Inc., v. National Labor Relations Board, on peti- 
tions to review and set aside and on requests for enforcement of orders of 
National Labor Relations Board; brief for National Labor Relations Board. 
[1^1.] cover title, iv+33 p. 1 tab. t LR 1.9 : W 699/7 

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Wilson Line, Inc. No. 7703, in circuit court of appeals for 3(3 circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board v. Wilson Line, Inc., on petition to enforce order of 
National Labor Relations Board ; reply brief for National Labor Relations 
Board. [1941.] cover title, 10 p. t LR 1.0 :W 699/6 

Decisions 

Note. — The following decisions or orders issued In separate form are from the National 
Labor Relations Board Decisions and orders. 

All Steel Welded Truck Corporation. In matter of All Steel Welded Truck Cor- 
poration and. International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, 
atliliated witb C. I. O., case no. R-2401 ; supplemental decision and order, June 
6, 194L [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 74.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/74 

Alvmimim Company of America. In matter of Aluminum Company of America 
and International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, Alcoa Unit 
No. 808, C. I. O., case no. R-2443 ; supplemental decision and 2d direction of 
election. May 31, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 47.) [From v. 32.] 
* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/47 

American Cyanarnid <& Chemical Corporation. In matter of American Cyanamid 

6 Cbemical Corporation avd United Mine Workers of America, District No. 50, 
Local 12,217, atliliated with C. I. O., case no. R-248G; certification of representa- 
tives, June 17, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 132.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/132 

American Oak Leather Company. In matter of American Oak Leather Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Inteniatidnal Fur & Leather Workers Union, Looal 214, 
affiliated with Consress of Industrial Organizations, ca.se no. R-249G. decided 
May 21, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 
175.) [From V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/175 

— — Same; amendment to direction of election. May 31, 1941. 1941. 1 p. ( [De- 
cision] 50. ) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/50 

Same; certification of representatives, June 20, 1041. [1041.] 2 p. 

( [Decision] 50a.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/50a 

American Optical Company. In matter of American Optical Company and United 
Optical Workers Union, Local No. 853, C. I. O., case no. R-25r:0, decided June 10, 
1941 : decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ( [Decision] 93.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/93 

American Steel and Wire Company of Neiv Jersey. In matter of American Steel 
and Wire Company of New Jersey and Office Workers Union No. 21276, A. F. 
of L. case no. R-2430; certification of representatives, June 20, 1941. [1941.] 
2 p. ( [Decision] 153. ) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/153 

American Wire Fahrics Corporatio'n. In matter of American Wire Fabrics Cor- 
poration, .subsidiary of Wick Wire Spencer Steel Co. and Steel Workers Organiz- 
ing Committee Local 240S, affiliated with C. I. O., case no. R-2,")93, decided June 
0, 1941 : decision and certification of representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 
88.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/88 

American Woolen Company. \\\ matter of American Woolen Company aA\d 
United Textile Workers of America, Local No. 2625, A. F. of L., case no. R-2471, 
decided May 22, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 8 p. ([De- 
cision] 1.) [From A^ 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/1 

Same ; supplemental decision and amendment to direction of election. May 

28,1941. [1041.] 2 p. ([DecLsion] la.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/la 

Aponaug ilannfacturinf; Company. In matter of Aponang Manufacturing Com- 
pany and Federal Labor Union No. 20850, affiliated with American Federation 
of Labor, case no. C-1S82, decided June 5, 1941 ; decision and order. [1941.] 

7 p. ( [Decision] 72.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a ; 32/72 

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Arizona Clunticiil Coiiiikiuji. In niattor of Arizona Chemical Company and 
Chemical Workers I'liion No. 22()4r>, cjise no. li-2~tT2, decided June 14, 1!)41 ; 
deci.sion and certilication of representative.s. [IWI.] 5 p. ( I Decision ) 121.) 
I From V. ii2.] * I'aper, 5c. LU l.S/a : 32/121 

Ar)ii()iir and Conipanii. In matter of Arnumr and Company and United Con- 
densery Worlcers of United Cannery, Agricultural Pacl^ing & Allied Workers 
of America, Local 24 (CIO), case no. K-2riir), decided June 9, 11)41; decision 
and direction of election. |l!t41.] G p. ([Decision] S").) [From v. 32.] 

* Paper, He. LR 1.8/a : 32/85 

l//a.s l'nd(rir(ar Coiiiixniji. In matter of Atlas Underwear Company and Atlas 
Emplovees" Comicil, case no. H-l(i21 ; certification of representatives, June 17, 
11)41. [1!)41.] 2 p. ([Decision] 131.) [From v. 32.] * I'aper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/131 

Banner Slipper Co., Inc. In matter of Banner Slipper Co., Inc., and United 
Shoe Woi'kers of America, affiliated with Congress of Industrial ( )rganiz;»tions 
and Wayne Shoe and Slipper Workers Union, Inc., party to contract, case no. 
C-1743, decided May (J, 1!)41 ; decision and order. [l!)4l".] 32 p. ([Decision] 
105.) [From V. 31.] * I'aper, 5c. LK l.S/a : 31/105 

B('ndi,r Aination Corporation. In matter of Bendix Aviation Corporation and 
International Union, United Antomohile Workers of America, C. I. O., case 
no. K-2574, decided June 2, 1!I41 ; decision and certilication of representatives. 
[1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 52.) [Fnmi v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/52 

Bethlehem Steel Corporation. In matter of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethle- 
hem Steel Company, and South Buffalo Railway Co. and Steel Woi'kers Organ- 
izing Connnittee, Local Union 1024, C. I. O.. case no. R-2415; supplemental 
decision and certitlcation of I'epresentatives, June 2. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 
( [Decision] 55. ) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/55 

Big Lakes Box Conipani/. In matter of Big Lakes I>ox Company and Lumber and 
Sawmill Workers, Local 2824, chartered h.v United Brotherhood of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, affiliated with A. F. of L., case no. R-22tJ() ; certilication 
of representatives, June 10, 1941. |1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 100.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/100 

Birdshoro Steel Foundry d Maehine Co. In matter of Birdsboro Steel Foundry & 
Machine Co. and Steel Workers Organizing Committee, C. I. O., case no. R-2513, 
decided May 27, 1941; decision and direction of elections. [1941.1 8 p. ( [De- 
cision] 20.)" [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a ; 32/20 

Blaek, Joseph, d Sons Co. In matter of Joseph Black & Sons Co. a)id American 
Federation of Hosiery Workers, case no. R-2531, decided May 22, 1941 ; decision 
and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 2.) | From v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/2 

Borg Warner Corporation. In matter of Ingersoll Steel & Disc Division, Borg 
Warner (corporation, Chicago works, and Metal Trades Department, American 
Federation of Labor, case no. R-24S1 ; certihcation of representatives, June 10, 
1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 102.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/102 

Brown Company. In matter of Bi'own Company and International Brotherhood 
of Pulp, Sulphite, and Paper Mill Workers (AFL) : in matter of [same] and 
United Mine Workers of America, District 50, Local 12175 (CIO) ; in matter 
of [same] and International Brotherhood of Paper Makers, Local 138 (AFL), 
cases nos. R-2335 to R-2337; supplemental decision and 2d direction of election, 
June 12, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. ([Decision] 115.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/115 

Burlington Mills Corporation. In matter of Lexington Silk Mills Division of 
Burlington Mills Corporation, Lexington, N. C, and United Textile Workers 
of America, Local Union No. 2610, A. F. of L., Lexington, N. C, case no. R-2446; 
supplemental decision and order, May 28, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 33.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/33 

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Chicago Macaroni VoDipaiiif- In matter of Chicago Macaroni Company and Bak- 
ery & Confectionery Workers International Union of America, Local 465, case 
no. R-2273 : supplemental rlecisiou and certification of representatives, June 9, 
1&41. [1941.1 -' ]). (LDecisionl 81).) [From v. 32.] * Paper, .Ic. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/89 

Chrysler Corijoration. In matter of Chrysler Corporation and International 
Union, United Automobile Workers of America, affiliated with Congress of In- 
dustrial Organizations, case no. R-2431 ; supplemental decision and order, June 
18.1941. 11941.] 2 p. ([Decision! 139.) [From v. 32.] - Paper, He. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/139 

Consolidated Paper f'niiiitaiiif. In matter of Consolidated Paper Company mid 
Local Industi-ial Union, Locals lool and 1006 (C. I. O.), case no. R-1686; cer- 
tification of representatives. Mav 28, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 38.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/38 

Cudahy Packing Conipanij. In matter of Cudahy Packing Company and Local 55, 
United Packinghouse AVorkers of Amei'ica, of Packinghouse Workers Organiz- 
ing Committee. C. I. O.. case no. I\-22riT : supplementiil decision and certifica- 
tion of representatives, Mav 22. 1941. [1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 12.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/12 

In the matter of Cudahy Packing Company a)id Local Union No. 94, United 

Packinghouse Workers of America, affiliated with Packinghouse Workers 
Organizing Committee, affiliated with Congress of Industrial Organizations 
and Packing House Workers I'nion of Wichita, part.v to contract, case no. 
C-17U7. decided Mav 21. 1941 : decision and ord(>r. [1941.] 13 p. ([Decision] 
171.) [From v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/171 

Daiu ^fanvfactllring ('o)n}nii\ii. In matfer of Dain Manufacturing Company avd 
Lodge No. 1465. Inleruiilioiial Association of Machinists. A. F. of I.,., case no. 
R-2125; supplemeiual decision and 2d direction of elections. June 5, 1941. 
11941.1 5 p. ([DecLsiou] 76.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/70 

Day. Ra\i, Piston Corporation. In niiitter of Ray Day Piston Corporation and 
International Union. United Automobile Workers of America, affiliated with 
Congress of Industrial Organizntions, case p.n. R-24"6 ; certification of repre- 
sentatives, Mav 27. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ((Decision] 29.) [From v. 32.] 
* Paper. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/29 

Detroit Steel Products Conipan,ri. In matter of Detroit Steel Products Company, 
Detroit and International Union. United Automobile Workers of America, 
affiliated with C. I. O. ; in matter of Detroit Steel Products Company, Sash 
Plant, and International A.ssociation of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental 
Iron Workers, affiliated with A. F. L., cases nos. R-260G and R-2607. decided 
June 10, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 
96.) [From V. 32] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : .32/96 

Diamond Alkali Company. In matter of Diamond Alkali Company, Standard 
Portland Cement Company. Buckeye Soda Company and Chemical Workers 
Federal Labor I'nion. Local 22162, AFL, case no. R-2546, decided May 29, 1941; 
decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 40.) [From 
T. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/40 

Dicknian Luntber Conipatuj. In matter of Dickman Lumber Company and Inter- 
national Woodworkers of America, Local No. 2-9. affiliated with Congress of 
Industrial Organizations, case no. R-2399'; certification of representatives. May 
28, 1941. 1941. 1 p. ([Decision] 39.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, .5e. 

LR l.S/a : 32/39 

Donner-Hanna Coke Corporation. In matter of Donner-Hanna Coke Coriwration 
and Steel Workers Organizing Committee, Local Union 2268, case no. R-2492; 
certification of representatives, June 21, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 160. ) 
[From V. 32.1 * Paper, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/160 

Draper Corporation. In matter of Draper Corporation and Local Union No. 352, 
of International Molders & Foundry Workers Union of North America, case 
no. R-2558, decided June 21, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 
4 p. ([Decision] 156.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/156 

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Ever-Tite Manufactitrhn/ Co. Iii matter of Ever-Tite Manufacturing Co. and 
Motal Polishers, Buffers, Platers and Helpers International Union. Local 49, 
alliliated with American Federiition of liabor, case no. C-1874, decided June 12, 
llMl; decision and order. [UHl.i 8 p. ( [Uecision] 118.) [From v. 32.] 
* Paper, 5c. LK 1.8/a : 32/113 

Fairchihl Enyiiic d- Airplauc Corponition. In matter of Fairchild Aircraft Divi- 
sion of Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation (iiid International Ass"n of 
Machinists (AFL), case no. Il-Uu-O; supplement decision and direction of elec- 
tion, June 10, 1941. 11941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 99.) [From v. 32.] * Paper 5c. 

LK l.S/a : 32/99 

Ford Motor Company. In matter of Ford Motor Company, Delaware corporation, 
and International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, affiliated 
with C. I. O., cases nos. R-2425 and K-242(>; supplemental decision and 
certification of representatives, June 21, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 161.) 
[From V. 82.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/161 

Foster-Grant Co., Inc. In matter of Foster-Grant Co., Inc., and Local No. 60, 
Molders Union of Leominster, affiliated to United Paper, Novelty and Toy 
Workers International Union (C. I. O.), case no. R-2530, decided June 10, 
1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 6 p. ([Decision] 97.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/97 

Fratn Corporntion. In matter of Fram Corporation and United Automobile 
Workers of America, affiliated wuth C. I. O., case no. R-2567, decided June 10, 
1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 98.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/98 

General Electric Company. In matter of General Electric Company atid United 
Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Local 1412 (C. I. O.), 
case no. R-2582, decided June 3, 1941 ; decision and certification of representa- 
tives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 63.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/63 

General Motors Corporation. In matter of Chevrolet Kansas City Division, 
General Motors Corporation, and Local No. 723, International Union, United 
Automobile Workers of America, affiliated with Congress of Industrial Organi- 
zations, case no. R-2528, decided June 2, 1941 ; decision and direction of election. 
[1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 5L) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/51 

In matter of General ISIotors Corporation, Harrison Radiator Division, and 

International Union, United Automobile Workers of America. C. I. O., case 
no. R-2579, decided June 3, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 4 p. ([Deci- 
sion] 58.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/58 

In matter of General Motors Corporation, Packard Electric Division, and 

Local 732, United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America (C. I. O.), 
case no. R-2616, decided June 19. 1941 ; decision and certification of representa- 
tives. [194L] 3 p. ([Decision] 144.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/144 

G1idd<'n Buick Corporation. In matter of Glidden Buick Corporation and United 1 
Automobile Workers of America. Local 259, C. I. O., case no. R-2473, decided 
May 31, 1941 ; decision and direction of elections. [1941.] 9 p. ( [Decision] 46.) 
[From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/46. 

Eigman Tmt-ing Company. In matter of Higman Towing Company and Inland 
Boatmen's Division of National Maritime I'nion, case no. R-245o, decided 
May 27, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 
19.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/19 

Holgate Brothas Company. In matter of Holgate Brothers Company and 
United Retail and Wholesalt" Employei's of America, C. I. O., case no. R-2409 ; 
certification of representatives, June 19, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 146.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/146 

International Harvester Company. In matter of International Harvester Com- 
pany (East Moline works) and Pattern Makers League of North America and 
Pattern Makers Association of Quad Cities & Vicinity (A. F. of L.) ; in matter 

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International Harvester Company — Continued. 

of [same] and Farm Equipment Worlcers Organization Committee (Local 104, 
United Farm Equipment Workers of America) affiliated with Congress of 
Industrial Organizations: in matter of [same] and Federal Labor Union 
No. 22634, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, cases nos. R-2501 to 
R-2503, decided May 22, 1941; [decision, direction of election, and certification 
of representatives]. [1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 8.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, .jc. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/8 

In matter of International Harvester Company (Farmall works) and 

Federal Labor Union No. 22657, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, 
case no. R-2505, decided Mav 22, 1941 ; decision and direction of elections. 
[1941.] 8 p. ([Decision] 4.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/4 

In matter of International Harvester Company (McCormick works) and 

Federal Labor Union No. 22604, affiliated with American Federation of Labor ; 
in matter of [same] and Pattern Makers League of North America, Chicago 
as.^oclation, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, cases nos. R-2507 and 
R-250S. decided May 22, 1941; [decision and direction of elections]. [1941.] 
9 p. ([Decision] 6.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/6 

In matter of International Harvester Company (Milwaukee works) and 

Federal Labor Union No. 22631, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, 
case no. R-2504, decided Mav 22, 1941 ; decision and direction of elections. 
[1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 3.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a: 32/3 

In matter of International Harvester Company (Rock Falls works) (n/rf 

Federal Labor Union No. 22(}47, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, 
case no. R-2506, decided May 22. 1941; decision and direction of election. 
[1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 5.) [From v. 32.] * Pai)er, 5c. LR 1.8/a: 32/5 

Item Company, Limited. In matter of Item Company, Limited, and International 
Typographical Union, unaffiliated, case no. R-2342; supplemental decision and 
certification of representatives, May 28, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 37.) 
[From V. 32.] * Painn-. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/37 

Jaeohs, Rohert. Inc. In matter of Holn-rt Jacobs, Inc., and Industrial Union of 
Marine and Shipl)uilding Workers of America, Local .38, affiliated with C. I. O^ 
and New York District Council, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners 
of America, Local 488 (served witli notice of hearing), case n<i. R-2587, decided 
June 14, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 
120.) [From V. 32.] * Paper. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/120 

Killefcr Mitnufarturinfj Corporation. In matter of Killefer Maruifacturing Cor- 
poi-ation and Steel Workers Organizing Committee, Local 2018, C. I. O., ca.se no. 
R-2434; supplemental decision and order, May 28, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([De- 
cision] 32.) [From v. 32.] * Paper. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/32 

Libbey-Oiren.s-Ford Gtass Company. In matter of Libbey-Owens-P'ord Glass 
Company and Federation of Glass, Ceramic and Silica Sand W^orkers of Amer- 
ica ; in matter of [same] and National Flat Glass Workers of American Fed- 
eraticm of Labor, cases nos. C— 1771 and R-2164 ; certification of representatives, 
June 2. 1941! [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 57.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/.57 

In matter of Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company and Local No. 103, United 

Office and Professional Workers of America, aftiliated with Congress of Indus- 
trial Organizations, case no. R-2468; supplemental decision and order, June 4, 
1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 67.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/67 

Lord Baltimore FitUny Stations. Inc. In matter of Lord Baltimore Filling Sta- 
tions. Inc., and Gas Stations and Parking Attendants L. U. 997, case no. R-2487 ; 
supplemental decision and direction of run-off election, June 20, 1941. [1941.] 
3 p. ([Decision.] 151.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/151 

Lcuce Brothers Co. In matter of Lowe Brothers Co. and Local 13001, District 50, 
United Mine Workers of America, affiliated with C. I. O., case no. R-2o32, 
decided June 7, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 6 p. ( [De- 
cision] 78.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/78 

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Lowenstein, M., <f Sons, Inc. Ih matter of M. Lowensteln & Sons, Inc., O/nd Local 
16, United Office & Professional Worlters of America, C. I. O., case no. R-24,33, 
decided May 81, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 8 p. ([De- 
cision] 45.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/45 

M. d M. Bakeries, Inc. In matter of M. & M. Bakeries, Inc., and Bakery and 
Confectionery Workers International Union of America, Local 484 (AFL), case 
no. C-1881, decided Jnne 9, 1941 ; decision and order. [1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 
83.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/83 

McGoldrick Lumhcr Company. In matter of McGoldrick Lumber Company and 
International Woodworkers of America, Local 100, affiliated with C. I. O., case 
no. R-2450; certitication of representatives, June 14, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([De- 
cision] 122.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/122 

McLaehlan, II., d Co., Inc. In matter of H. McLachlan & Co., Inc., and United 
Hatters, Cap & Millinery Workers International Union, Hat Makers' Local 10, 
affiliated \^ ith American Federation of Labor, caKse no. R-2584, decided June 13, 
1941 ; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ( [Decision] 118.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/118 

Madison, H. W., Company. In matter of H. W. Madison Company and American 
Federation of Labor, case no. R-2594, decided June 11, 1941 ; decision and cer- 
tification of representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 109.) [From v. 32.] 
* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/109 

Meadow Valley Lumber Company. In matter of Meadow Valley Lumber Com- 
pany and Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union, Local No. 2626, case no. R-2472, 
decided May 27, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 6 p. ( [De- 
cision] 21.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/21 

Metal Covered Door d Window Manufacturers Association. In matter of Metal 
Covered Door & Window IManufacturers Association, et al., and United Con- 
struction Workers, affiliated with C I. O., case no. R-2619, decided June 11, 
1941; decision and direction of elections. [1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 110.) 
[From v. 32.] * Paper, ,5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/110 

Metals Disintey rating Company, Inc. In matter of Metals Disintegrating Com- 
pany, Inc., and United Mine Workers of America, District No. 50, affiliated 
with Congress of Industrial Organizations, case no. R-2612, decided June 12, 
1941; decision and certitication of representatives. [1941.] 4 p. ([Decision] 
114.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/114 

Metropolitan Bad]/ Company. In matter of Metropolitan Body Company and In- 
dependent Auto Body Workers' Union of Connecticut, case no. R-2331 ; cer- 
titication of representatives, June 18, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 141.) 
[From v. 32.] * I'aper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/141 

Midwest Steel Coi'poration. In matter of Midwest Steel Corporation and Steel 
Workers Organizing Conunittee, case no. C-1611, decided May 29, 1941 ; decision 
and order. [1941.] 15 p. ([Decision] 43.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/43 

Miles Linen Company. In matter of Miles Linen Company and United Textile 
Workers Union, Local No. 2090, case no. R-2280 ; certification of representatives, 
Mav 31, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 49.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c'. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/49 

Mitchell Mfg. Co. In matter of Mitchell Mfg. Co. and United Electrical, Radio & 
Machine Workers, Local 1121 (C. I. O.), case no. R-2421 ; certification of repre- 
sentatives. May 27, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 26.) [From v. 32.] ♦Pa- 
per, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/26 

Monroe Packing Company. In matter of Monroe Packing Company and Local 
Union No. 138, United Packinghouse Workers of America of Packinghouse 
Workers Organizing Committee, affiliated with Congress of Industrial Organ- 
izations, case no. R-2583, decided June 18, 1!>41 ; decision and direction of 
election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 140.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/140 

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Monutnetital Irmt d Metal Co. In matter of Monumental Iron & Metal Co. and 
Congress of Industrial Organizations, case no. R-2324 ; 2d amendment to direc- 
tion of election, May 29, 1&41. 1941. 1 p. ([Decision] 42.) [From v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/42 

Mmiltun Ladder Manufacturing Company. In matter of Moulton Ladder Manu- 
facturing Company and United Furniture Workers of America, Local 136-B 
(C. I. O. ), case no. R-2447 ; supplemental decision and order, June 18, 1941. 
[1»41.] 2 p. ([Decision] 138.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/138 

Mullins Manufacturing Corporation. In matter of Mullins Manufacturing Cor- 
poration and Pattern Malcers League of North America (affiliated with American 
Federation of Labor), case no. R-2467 ; certification of representatives, June 
12, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 116.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/116 

Nineteen Hundred Corporatimi. In matter of Nineteen Hundred Corporation and 
United Electrical, Radio & Machine Worliers of America, C. I. O., case no. 
R-2537, decided June 6, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. 
([Decision] 73.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/78 

Olean Tile Co., Inc. In matter of Olean Tile Co., Inc., and Olean Industrial 
Independent Union of Tile Plant Workers, Inc., case no. R-2541, decided June 
4, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 4 p. ([Decision] 65.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/65 

Page Engineering Conipamj. In matter of Page Engineering Company and 
United Automobile Workers of America, affiliated with C. I. O., case no. R-2603, 
decided June 11, 1941 ; decision and certification of representatives. [1041.] 
3 p. ([Doci.sion] 108.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1 .8/a : 32/108 

Panghorn Corporation. In matter of Pangborn Corporation and International 
Association of Machinists (AFL), case no. R-2478; certification of represent- 
atives, June 2, li>41. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 56.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 
5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/56 

Phelps Dodge Corporation. In matter of Phelps Dodge Corporation and Metal 
Trades Council of Ajo, Ariz., case no. C-1784, decided June 6, 1941 ; decision 
and order. [1941.] 31 p. ([Decision] 77.) [From v. 32.] * Pai^er, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/77 

Picker X-Ray Corparation. In matter of Picker X-Ray Corporation, Waite Manu- 
facturing Division, Inc., and Local 735, United Electrical, Radio & Machine 
Workers of America (C. I. O.), case no. R-2580, decided June 3, 1941 ; decision 
and certification of representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 62.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/62 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. In matter of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company 
and United Automobile Workers, affiliated with C I. O., case no. R-2438 ; cer- 
tification of representatives, June 7, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 81.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/81 

Press Wireless, Inc. In matter of Press Wireless, Inc., and American Commun- 
ications Association; in matter of [same] and Independent Communications 
Guild, cases nos. R-2142 and R-2143 ; supplemental decision and certification of 
representatives, June 2, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 54.) [From v. 32.] 
♦Paper. 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/54 

Quaker Oats Company. In matter of Quaker Oats Company and United Cereal 
Workers Local Industrial Union, No. 1105, case no. R-2527, decided June 5, 
1941; decision and direction of elections. [1941.] 8 p. ([Decision] 71.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/71 

Radio Co7ulenser Company. In matter of Radio Condenser Company and United 
Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, for Local 109, affiliated 
with Congress of Industrial Organizations, case no. C-1327, decided May 13, 
1941; decision and order. [1941.] 16 p. ([Decision] 141.) [From v. 31.] 

* Paper, 5e. LR 1 .8/a : 31/141 

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Jtansburg, Harper J., Ccnnpany. In matter of Harper J. Ransburg Company and 
Steel Workers Organizing Committee, Local No. 2363, affiliated with C. I. O. 
case no. R-2r)l)6, decided June 11, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 3 p. 
( [Decision] 106.) [From v. 32.] * Taper, He. LR 1.8/a : 32/106 

Red River Lumber Compant/. In matter of Red River Lumber Company and 
. Lumber and Sawmill Worker.s Local Union No. 53, International Woodwork- 
ers of America ; in matter of [same] and Lumber & Sawmill Workers Local 2836, 
, United Brotherhood of Carixniters &, Joiners, A. F. of L. ; in matter of [same] 
and Office Employees Union 21697, A. F. of L., cases C-1023, R-1104, and 
R-1105; certification of representatives, June 12, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([De- 
cision] 117.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/117 

Reliance Regulator Corporation. In matter of Reliance Regulator Corporation 
and Metal Trades Council of Los Angeles and Vicinity, case no. R-2500, de- 
cided May 28, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 6 p. ([De- 
cision] 34.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/34 

Remington Rand, Inc. In matter of Remington Rand, Inc., and United Electrical, 
Radio & Machine Workers of America, Local 30.S, cast [case] no. R-23U7, 
decided Apr. 30, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 11 p. 
< [Decision] 77.) [From v. 31.] * Pajier, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/77 

Same; certification of representatives, June 19, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [De- 
cision] 145.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/145 

Rockford Drop Forge Co. In matter of Rockford Drop Forge Co. and Inter- 
national Brotherhood of Blacksmiths, Drop Forgers & Helpers, affiliated with 
American Federation of Labor, case no. R-2411 ; certification of representatives, 
June 9, 1941. [IMl.] 2 p. ([Decision] 91.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/91 

•RoeMing's, John A., Sons Company. In matter of John A. Roebling's Sons Com- 
pany and Steel Workers Organizing Connnittee, Locals 2110 and 2111, af- 
filiated with C. I. O., case no. R-2464 ; certification of representatives, June 

■9,1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 90.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/90 

Row River Lumber Company. In matter of Row River Lumber Company and 
Local No. 2(527, Lumber and Sawmill Workers, chartered by United Brother- 
hood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, affiliated with American Federa- 
tion of Labor, and Local No. 76, District 1, Industrial Employees Union, Inc. ; 
in matter of [same] and Local Union No. 5-248, International Woodworkers 
of America, affiliated with C. I. O., cases nos. RE-19 and R-2210; certification 
('f representatives, June 6, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 75.) [Fi-om v. 32.] 
* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/75 

Ril.'isell Heel Company. In matter of Service Wood Heel Company, Inc., doing 
business under style and trade name of Russell Heel Company and Wood Heel 
Turners Local 12A, United Shoe Workers of America ( C. I. O. ) , case no. C-1833, 

■ decided Mav 21, 1941; decision and order. "[1941.] 18 p. ([Decision] 179.) 
[From V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/179 

Sampson rf Murdoch Printing Co. In matter of Sampson & Murdock Printing 
Co. and Boston Typographical Union No. 13 of International Typographical 
Union of North America, case no. R-2462; certification of representatives. May 
27,1941. [194L] 2 p. ( [Decision] 30.) [From v. r!2.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/30 

Sealy Mattress Company of Northern California, Inc. In matter of Sealy Mat- 

, tress Company of Northern California, Inc., a)id International Longshoremen's 

and Warehousemen's Union, Local 1-6, affiliated with C. I. O., case no. R-24!)5 ; 

certification of representatives, June 20, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 152.) 

[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/152 

Sinclair Refining Co., Inc. In matter of Sinclair Refining Co., Inc., and American 
Communications As.sociation, Marine Division, case no. R-2323, decided June 3, 
1941; decision and certification of representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 
61.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/61 

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Southern California Gas Compauy. In matter of Southern California Gas Com'- 
pany and Utility Workers Organizing Committee, Local 114, C. I. O.. case no. 
R-2418; certification of representatives, Jime 7, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Deci- 
sion! 8().) [From v. 32.] * Paper, oc. LR 1.8/a : 32/80 

Southern Manufacturing Company. In matter of Southern Manufacturing Com- 
pany and Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, affiliated with C. I. O., 
case no. C-1B29, decided Mav 27, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 12 p. 
([Decision] 31.) [From v. 32] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/31 

Spach, J. C, Waf/on M'orks, Inc. In matter of J. C. Spach Wagon Works, Inc. 
and Upholsterers' International Union of North America (AFL), case no. 
R-2435; supplemental decision and certification of representatives, May 27, 
1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 24.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/24 

Stalcy, A. E.. Manufacturing Company. In matter of A. E. Staley Manufacturing 
Company and United Grain Processors Union, Local 21490, affiliated with A. F. 
of L. : in matter of [same] and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 
Local Union 14(;, affiliated with A. F. of L. ; in matter of [same] and Inter- 
national Association of Machinists. Lodge No. 493; in matter of [same] and 
Carpenters Local Union No. 742 (A. F. L.) cases nos. R-2138 to R-2141, decided 
Mav 17, 1941; [decision and direction of election]. [1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 
16l'.) [From v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/161 

Standard Magazines, Inc. In matter of Standard Magazines, Inc., et al., and 
Book and Magazine Guild, Local 18, C. I. O., case no. R-2405 ; order permitting 
withdrawal of petition, June 3, 1941. 1941. 1 p. ([Decision] 64.) [From 
v. 32.] *PaiTer, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/64 

Standard Oil Company. In matter of Standard Oil Company, Ohio corporation, 
and Oil Workers International Union, Local 395 (C. I. O.), case no. R-2518, 
decided June 9, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 7 p. ( [De- 
cision] 87.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/87 

Stoner Mfg. Corp. In matter of Stoner Mfg. Corp. and International Association 
of Machinists & International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local B-713 
(A. F. of L.), case no. R-2407 ; certification of representatives. June 9, 1941. 
[194L] 2 p. ([Decision] 92.), [From v. 32.) * Paper, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/92 

Sullivan Machinery Compa)iy. In matter of Sullivan IMachinery Company and 
International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, C. I. O., case no. 
R-2294, decided May 12, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 
8 p. ([Decision] 12.5.) [From v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/125 

Sun Gloio Industries, Inc. In matter of Sun Glow Industries, Inc., and Local 1379, 
United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joinerg (A. F. of L.), case no. C-1870, 
decided June 12, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 8 p. ([Decision] 112.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/112 

Supreme Liberty Life Insurance Compang. In matter of Supreme Liberty Life 
Insurance Company and American Federation of Industrial and Ordinary In- 
surance Agents, No. 20817. A. F. of L., case no. R-2490. decided May 27, 1941 ; 
decision and direction of election. [1941.] 8 p. ([Decision] 18.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/18 

Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. In matter of Tennessee Coal, Iron 
and Railroad Company and United Mine Workers of America, District 20, 
C. I. O., case no. R-2523, decided June 7, 1941 ; decision and direction of election. 
[1941.] 8 p. ( [Decision] 79. ) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/79 

Transogram Company, Inc. In matter of Transogram Company, Inc., and Local 
721, United Paper, Novelty & Toy Workers of America, C. I. O., case no. R-2393 ; 
supplemental decision and order, June 11, 1941. [11>41.] 2 p. ([Decision] 
107.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/107 

United Aircraft Corporation. In matter of United Aircraft Corporation and 
International Association of Machinists, Lodge 743, affiliated with American 
Federation of Labor, case no. R-2489, decided May 26, 1941 ; decision and direc- 
tion of election. [1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 13.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/13 

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United States Rubber Company. In matter of United States Rubber Company 
and United Rubber Workers of America Local No. 110, aflBliated witb C. I. O., 
case no. R-2:387 ; certification of representatives, June 20, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 
([Decision] 22a.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1 .S/a : 32/22a 

Vellumold Companu- In matter of Vellumoid Company and West Side Local 174, 
International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, aftiliated with 
C. I. <>., t-ase no. R-2nt58, decided June ">, 1941 ; decision and direction of election. 
[1941.] 4 p. ([Decision] 69.) [From v. 32.] * Paiier, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/6f> 

West Kentucky Coal Company. In matter of West Kentucky Coal Company and 
National Maritime Union, Inland Boatmen's Division (C. I. O. ), case no. 
R-2427 ; certification of representatives, June 6. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 
76.) [From v. 32.] * Paiier, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/76 

Western Cartridge Company. In matter of Western Cartridge Company and 
Chemical Workers, Local Union No. 22574. A. F. L., case no. R-2494 : certifica- 
tion of representatives. June 13, 1941. [1941.1 2 p. ( [Decision] 119.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/119 

Western Tablet and Statio)iery Company. In matter of Western Tablet and Sta- 
tionery Company and International Brotherhood of Bookbinders, Local 179, 
AFL ; in matter of [same] and International Printing Pressmen and Assistants 
Union of North America, Local No. 15, AFL; in matter of [same] a^nd St. 
Joseph Typographical Union, Local No. 40, cases nos. R-2458 [to] R-2460 ; 
certification of representatives, June 17, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. ( [Deci.sion] 133.) 
[From V. 32.] * Pai>er, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/133 

We.'itern Union Telegrapli Company. In matter of Western Uniou Telegraph 
Company and National Western Union Coiuicil of A. F. of L. Federal Unions 
and C. T. U. Locals, case no. R-2448, decided May 3, 1941 ; decision and direc- 
tion of election. [1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 92.) [From v. 31.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 31/92 

Same; supplemental decision and amendment to direction of election, Mav 

28,1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 36. ) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LRl.S/a: 32/36 

In matter of Western Union Telegraph Company and United Western 

Union Employees of Buffalo, case no. R-2B30. decided May 31, 1941; decision 
and direction of election. [1941.] 8' p. ([Decision] 44.) [From v. 32.] 
♦Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/44 

• Same ; amendment to direction of election. June 21, 1941. 1941. 1 p. 

([Decision] 44a) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/44a 

Westinghouse Electric <6 Manufacturing Company. In matter of Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company (Cincinnati Service Shop) and Interna- 
tional Brothei'hood of Electrical Workers, Local Union B-212 (attiliated with 
American Federation of Labor), case no. R-2474 ; certification of representa- 
tives. May 31, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 48.) [From v. 32.] * Paper. 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/48 

In matter of Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 

Pittsburgli plant, and Local No. 601, United Electrical, Radio & Machine Work- 
ers of America (CIO), case no, R-2533, decided May 2J>, 1941; decision and 
direction of elections. [1941.] 6 p. ([Decision] 41.) [From v. 32.] 
♦ Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/41 

In matter of Westinghouse Electric & ^lanufacturing Company, Lamp 

Division, Trenton, N. J., and United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of 
America, affiliated with C. I. O.. case no. R-2540, decided June 3. 1941 ; decision 
and direction of election. [1941.] 4 p. UDecisiou] 60.) I From v. 32.] 
♦Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/60 

■ In matter of Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company (Porce- 
lain Division) and Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees, case no. 
R-2482; certification of representatives, June 21, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([De- 
cision] 159.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1 .8/a : 32/159 

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July 1941 1065 

Westinghouse Electric d Manufacturing Company — Continued. 

In matter of Westinghouse Electric & Maiuifacturing Company (Westing- 
house X-Ray Division) wnd Local 1207 cf United Electrical, Radio & Machine 
Workers of Americn, C. I. O. ; in matter of [same] and Westinghouse X-Ray 
Division Salaried Employees Association, cases nos. R-2563 and R-25n4, de- 
cided June 10, 1941; decision and direction of elections. [1941.1 5 p. ( [De- 
cision] 95.) [From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/95 

Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. In matter of Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, 
Longview Branch, axd International Woodworkers of America, Local Union 
No. 30, affiliated with Congress of Indu.strial Organizations, case no. C-1703; 
supplemental decision and modification of order, June 3, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 
( [Decision] 59. ) [From v. 32.] * I'apor, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/59 

Williams Motor Company. In matter of Williams Motor Company and Lodge 
1426, International Association of Machinists, A. F. of L., and Williams Motor 
Company Employees Union, party to contract, case no. C-1593, decided May 9, 
1941; decision and order. [1941.] 25 p. ([Decision] 122.) [From v. 31.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/122 

Wilson d Co., Inc. In matter of Wilson & Co., Inc., and Ixical Union No. 25, 
United Packinghou.se Workers of America of PWOC, affiliated with CIO, case 
no. C-176,3, decided Apr. 29, 1941; decision and order. [lf)41.] 21 p. ([De- 
cision] 69.) [From V. 31.] ♦ Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/69 

Yellow Truck rf Coach Manufacturing Company. In matter of Yellow Truck & 
Coach Manufacturing Company, General Motors Trlick «&; Coach Division, and 
International Union, TTnited Automobile Workers of America, affiliated with 
C. I. O., and International Association of Machinists, Lodge 698, affiliated with 
A. F. of L., case no. R-258S, decided June 2, 1941: decision and certifi ation of 
representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 53.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/53 

Youngstovm Steel Door Company. In matter of Youngstown Steel Door Company 
and Federal Labor I^nion 22559 (AFL). ca.se no. R-2417 ; certification of rep- 
resentatives, June 10. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 101.) [From v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/101 

NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Airards 5501-5650, 1st division, National Railroad Adjustment Board, v. 32. 
Suburban Printer's & Publishers, Inc.. La Grange, 111. [1941]. [l]-f866 p. iL 
t National Railroad Adjustment Board, Chicago, 111. (price uiwn application). 
L. C. card 36-26211 RA 1.7 : 32 

Note. — The 1st division has jurisdiction over disputes Involving train-and-yard-service 
employees of carriers ; that is. engineers, firemen, hostlers, and outside hostler helpers, 
conductors, trainmen, and yard-service employees. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Conrt-martial orders. Compilation of court-martial orders, 1916-37. 2 v., 
[3] +2205 p. * Cloth, $2.00 per vol. 

L. C. card 41-50854 N 1.14 : 1, 2 

v. 1. 1016-27. [19-10.] 
V. 2. 1928-37. [1941.] 

Orders. General ortier 136-146; Sept. 16, 1940-Apr. 7, 1941. [1940-41.] various 
paging, 4° [Issued with perforations. Numbers 138 and. 139 are issued as one 
publication, also nos. 141 and 142, and 144 and 145.] % N 1.13/7: 136-146 

Ships. Nomenclature of naval vessels ; prepared under direction of Division of 
Personnel Supervision and Management. 1941. vii+52 p. il. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-50885 N 1.2 : V 63 

AERONAUTICS BUREAU 

Technical note. no. 24-41 to 28-41 ; Jrme 19- July 28, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 
1 pi. 4° [Processed.] t N 28.6/2 : 941/24-28 

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1066 Government Publications 

NAVIGATION BUREAU 

Electricity. Coui-se in electricity for Naval Reserve OflScers' Training Corps ; by 
Elmer C. Buerkle. [1941.] cover title, iii + 114 p. 11. t N 17.2 : El 2/5 

HYDROGEAPHIO OFFICE 

Note. — ^The charts, sailiug directions, manuals, etc., of the Hydrographic Office are sold 
by the Office in Washington and also by agents at the principal Amerienn and foreign sea- 
ports and American lake ports. Certain standard manuals of the Hydrographie Office are 
also available through tlie Superintendent of Documents at list price. Copies of list of 
publications, reprints, and weeltly Mydrographic bulletins and Notices to mariners are supplied 
free only to those having delinite need therefor on application at the Hydrographie 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., Cap- 
tain of the Port, I'anama Canal, Portland (Oreg. ), Seattle. Honolulu, T. H.. Chicago, Cleve- 
land. Buffalo, Detroit, Sault Ste. Marie, and Duluth. New 1940 General catalog of charts and 
publications may be obtained from agents or the Hydrographie Office at 60c. 

Altitudes. Tables of computed altitude and azimuth: v. 1. Latitudes 0°-9°. 
[Reprint] 1941. [3]+xi+2-252-f-[l] p. il. 4° (H. O. ptiblication 214 [v. 1].) 
[The first and last pages are pasted on inside of front and back cover, respec- 
tively. Assistance in preparation of these materials was furnished by Personnel 
of Works Progress Administration official project, Philadelphia project no. 
20983.] * Fabrikoid, $2.25. 
L. C. card 41-50957 N 6.8 : 214/v. 1/rep. 

Aniation charts. Index of aviation charts published by Hydrographie Office, Navy. 
[Washington, Hydrographie Office], Mar. 1941. 9X12 in. (H. O. misc. no. 
7446-B. ) t N 6.5 : 941/insert 

Note. — This Index chart is for insertion in General catalog of mariners' and aviators' 
charts and books, corrected to Jan. 1941. 

Hydrographie huUetin, no. 2704-8; July 2-30, 1941. [1941.] Each 1 p. various 
sizes. [Weekly.] f N 6.3 : 2704-2708 

Memorandum for aviators 13 and 14; July 15 and 16, 1941. [1941.] Each 1 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t N 6.31 : 941/13, 14 

Notice to aviators no. 7: July 1, 1941. [1941.] 11 leaves, 12^ [Monthly. Issued 
with perforations.] % 
L. C. card 20-26958 N 6.25: 941/7 

Notice to mariners no. 27-31; July 2-30, 1941. [1941.] [x]-f 5r2-625-f [xxiii] 
leaves, il. 4° [Weekly.] t N 6.11 : 941/27-31 

Tide calendxirs. Monthly tide calendar. Savannah, Ga. [etc.], Aug. 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. r [The tabulated matter is processed.] t N 6.22/3 : 941/8 

Tide calendar for Hampton Roads (naval base), July 1941. [1941.] 1 p. f ° 

[Monthly. Processed.] t Branch Hvdrographic Office, Custom House, Norfolk, 
Va. N 6.22/1 : 941/7 

Tide, sun and moon calendar, Baltimore, Md. [and Tide Calendar, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Va.], July 1941. [1&41.] [2] p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] 
t Branch Hydrographie Office, Custom House, Baltimore, Md. N 6.22/2: 941/7 

Same, Aug. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

N 6.22/2 : 941/8 

Charts 

Pilot charts. Pilot chart of Central American waters, Aug. 1941 ; no. 3500. 
Scale 1° long.=0.7 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographie Office, July 17, 1941. 
23X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished bv the 
Weather Bureau.] t 10c. N 6.24: 941/8 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Reprint of Wartime notices to mariners, issued during 
Apr.-Jtine 1941. — Si)ecial warnings, additional special warnings issued suhsequent to 
no. 100, of Aug. 21, 1940 (including no. 127 of June 25, 1941). 

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July 1941 1067 

Pilot charts — Continued. 

Pilot chart of Indian Ocean, Sept. 1941; no. 2603. Scale 1' long.=0.2 in. 

Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, July 15, 1941. 22X31 in. [Monthly 
Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. 

N 6.17 : 941/9 
Note. — Contains on reverse : Reprint of Wartime notices to mariners, issued during 
Apr.-June 1941. — Special warnings, additional special warnings issued subsequent to 
no. 100, of Aug. 21, 1940 (including no. 127 of June 25, 1941). 

Pilot chart of north Atlantic Ocean, Aug. 1941 ; no. 1400. Scale 1° long. 

=0.27 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, July 21, 1941. 23X37 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bu- 
reau.] 1 10c. 

L. C. card 14-16339 N 6.15/1 : 941/8 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Cyclonic storms [edition no. 3]. 

Pilot chart of north Pacific Ocean, Sept. 1941 ; no. 1401. Scale 1° long.=0.2 

in. Washington, D. C, HydrogrYiphic Office, July 17, 1941. 24X35 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bu- 
reau. ] 1 10c. N 6.16 : 941/9 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Total solar eclipse of Sept. 21, 1941 ; by J. F. Hellweg. 

Pilot chart of south Atlantic Ocean, Sept.-Nov. 1941; no. 2600. Scale 

1° long.=0.27 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, July 16, 1941. 
23X32 in. [Quarterly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.20: 941/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Diagram for solving navigational problems. 

Pilot chart of south Pacific Ocean, Sept.-Nov. 1941 ; no. 2601. Scale 

1° long. =0.2 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, July 16, 1941. 
21X3.5 in. [Quarterly. Certain portions of the data are furnished bv the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.21 : 941/3 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Diagram for solving navigational problems. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Atlantic Ocean, July 1941 ; no. 1400a. 

Scale 1° long.=0.27 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, June 23, 1941. 
23X32 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.28 : 941/7 

Note.— Contains on reverse : Index of aviation charts published by Hydrographic 
Office, Navy. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Pacific Ocean, Aug. 1941 ; no. 1401a. Scale 

1° long.=0.2 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, June 23, 1941. 
24X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.29 : 941/8 

Note.- — ^Contains on reverse : Index of aviation charts published by Hydrographic 
Office, Navy. 

NAUTICAL ALMANAC OFFICE 

American nautical almanac, [calendar] year 1942. 1941. [l]+vi+318 p. il. 1 pi. 
2 maps. [Inside of front and back covers are identical alphabetical lists of 
Stars, so folded that the lists can be opened to be visible when the book is opened 
at any point] * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card 7-35404 N 11.6 : 942 

NAVAL ACADEMY 

Report of board of visitors to Naval Academy 1941, Annapolis, Md., May 1, 1941. 
1941. [1]+18 p. t 
L. C. card 8-7222 N 12.1/1 : 941 

SHIPS BUREAU 

Gene7-ators. Instructions for operation and maintenance of generating sets, 
motors, and motor control panels : sec. 1, Direct current apparatus ; reprint of 
sec. 1, chap. 24 of Manual of engineering instructions. Revised Feb. 1936, re- 
printed [with changes] Apr. 1941. [l]+l-8A+9-24A+25-27 p. 11. * Paper, 10c. 

N 29.11 : 24/sec.l/941 

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1068 GOVTERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Mrn.suriiuj iti)^tni)inntn. Instructions for operation and maintenance of measur- 
ing instruments ; reprint of cliap. 23 of Manual of engineering instructions. 
Revisefl Dec. 1938, reprinted [with clianges] Apr. 1941. [l]+o2 p. il. * Paper, 
10c. N 29.11 : 23/941 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Accounting numbers. Navy appropriations and subheads showing accounting 
numbers. 1941. [l]+46 p. (Appropriation bulletin, July 1, 1941, fiscal year 
1942.) [Issued with perforations.] t N 20.3/2: 942 

Government supplies. Navy Department specifications and Federal specifications, 
monthly bulletin, June 2, 1941. 1941. [l]+3 p. 12° [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] t N 20.20: 941/6 

Lubricating oils. Contract bulletin : Lubricating oils for naval service, and for 
other departments and establishments of Federal Government, July 1, 1941- 
Juue 30, 1942, general si^ecifications and conditions governing all contracts ; June 
17,1941. [1941.] 20 p. 4° t N 20.18: 942 

Memoranda. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda 465 ; June 1, 1941. 
[1941.] i+52 p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Memo- 
randa, 1931. An Errata, 1 p. oblong 24°, was issued also.] t N 20.7/1: 465 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

NoTH. — ^The Pan American Union sells its own illustrated monthly Bulletin, booklets, and 
other publications, at prices ranging from 5c. to $1.50. The price of any edition of tlie 
Bulletin is 15c. a single copy, the English edition is $1.50 a year, the Spanish edition $1.00 
a year, the Portuguese edition $1.00 a year; there Is an additional chaige of 75c. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the Pan American Union. Address the Pan American 
Union, Wa.'iliington, D. C. 

Books. Pan American book shelf [list of books recently received in Columbus 
Memorial Library of Pan American Union with some annotations], v. 4, no. 6; 
June 1941. \Yashington, D. C, 1941. vii + 176-205 leaves, 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 39-26457 PA 1.47 : 4/6 

Same, v. 4, no. 7 ; July 1941. Washington, D. C, 1&41. v+206-236 leaves. 4° 

[Monthly. Processed.] t PA 1.47: 4/7 

Bulletin {English edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union, July 1941; [v. 75, 
no. 7]. [1941.] cover title, [4] +.377-436 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see note 
above under center head. 
L. C. card 8-30S67 PA 1.6 : e 75/7 

Same. (H. doc. 42, pt. 7, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) 

(Portuguese edition). Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, julho 1941; [v. 43, 

no. 7]. [1941.] cover title, [4] +285-335 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see note 
above under center head. 

L. C. card 11-27014 PA 1.6 : p 43/7 

{Spanish edition). Boletin de la Union Panamericana, julio 1941; [v. 75, 

no. 7]. [1941.] cover title, [4] +377-436 p. 11. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. 

L. C. card 12-12555 PA 1.6 : s 75/7 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Mail matter. Cost ascertainment : Instruction letter H, Tests in citv delivery 
service; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 7 p. t P4.5:H/17 

Postal aeeounts. Statement of postal receipts at 50 industrial offices, June liWl. 
[1941.] 1 p. f° (3d Assistant Postmaster General. ) [Monthly. Processed.] J 

P 4.8 : 941/6 

Statement of ix)stal rweipts at 50 selected oflSces, June 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

f° (3d Assistant Postmaster General.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

P 4.9 : 941/6 

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July 1911 1069 

Postal hitllefi)!, v. 62, no. 18230-251 ; July 1-31, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 
f [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.! * Paper, 5c. single 
copy. $2.00 a yr. 
L. C. card fi fiSlO P 1.3 : 62 

Postal guide. United States official postal guide : Monthly supplement to pts. 
1 and 2, 5th series, v. 2, no. 24 ; June 1941. [1941.] cover title, 55 p. [Includes 
Changes 95-100 affecting I'nited States official postal guide for 1940, pt. 2. Part 
of the pages are printed on one side only. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 
(23 numbers, Aug. 193[^June 1941), $1.75; foreign subscription, $2.75. 

P 1.10/1 : 939/24 

INTERNATIONAL POSTAL SERVICE DIVISION 

Strain. ships. Schedule of steamships carrying mails from United States and 
United States mails from Habana, Cuba, to foreign countries, also to Territory 
of Hawaii and to possessions of United States, Aug. 1941. [July 26, 1941.] 4 
p. f° [Monthly.] * Pajxn-, 5c. single copy, 50c. a vr. ; foreign subscription. 75c. 

P 8.5 : &41/8 
RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

Mail routes. Schedule of mail routes, no. 453. July 18, 1941, 2d division, Railway 
Mail Service, comprising New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Eastern Shore of 
Maryland, Accomac and Northampton Counties, Va. Mail & Express Printing 
Co., Inc., New York [3941]. cover title. 176 p. narrow 8" [Calendar on p. 4 
of cover. ] t P 10.12/2 : 45S 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 569. June 10, 1941, 6th division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Illinois and Iowa. [Chicago P. O.. Apr. 16. 1941.] 160 p- 
narrow 8" t P 10.12/6 : 569 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 462. June 20, 1941. Sth division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Arizona. California. <4uam. Hawaii. Nevada, Samoa, and 
Utah. I San Francisco P. ()., June 20, 1941.1 140 p. narrow S" t 

P 10.12/8 : 462 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 176. June 27, 1941, 14th divi.^^ion. Railway 

Mail Service, comprising Nebraska, Coloi-ado, and Wyoming. P>urkley Print- 
ing Co., Omaha [June 27, 1941]. 112 p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/14 : 176 

TOPOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Note.— The Divi.sion of Topography has on file maps showing all roads used by tlur 
rural free delivery mail service. Rural delivery routes are shown in detail on county or 
local ninps which, with a few exceptions, are drawn to the scale of 1 : 62..')00 or 1 : 63..S60 
(1 mile to the inch). Maps of more than 1,575 counties in the United States have been pre- 
pared by the Post Office Department and blue-line prints, made from negatives on file, are 
sold for 50 cents per copy. Each county map shows in addition to the r< ads ti-;iye!ed b.y 
rural carriers, all post offices within the county at the time the negative was made and ail 
other roads, houses, schools, and chuiches kno\vn at the time the map wa ; or'.gna!ly di;nvn. 
together with an outline of the drainage. A list of the county maps on file will lie furnished 
upon application to the Disbursing Clerk. Post Office Department. Wisliingtou, D. C Rural 
delivery routes emanating from tost offices in (ounties for which coiiniy mans ' ave 
not been drawn are shown on local maps. Blue print copies of such maps are Sold at 25- 
cents each. Orders for all postal maps should be accompanied by money order and ad- 
dressed to the Disbursing Clerk, Post Office Department, Washington, D. C. Rural delivery- 
maps should not be confused with the State post route maps which are listed in the 
Monthly catalog for January 1041. page 85 

PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

Note. — The functions and dutiei; of the Executive Office of the President werp estnb 
lished by Executive order of Sept. 8, 19.'}9. The principal divisions are as follows : The- 
White House Office, the Bureau of the Buduet, the National Resources Planning Board, the 
Liaison Office for Personnel Management, and the Office of Government Reports. 

For information relating to the is.suance of Executive orders and Proclamations of the 
President, see, below, note under Executive orders. 

Bishop, Hubert K. Executive order, exemption of Hubert K. Bishop from com- 
pulsory retirement for age. June 30, 1941. 1 p. 4" (No. 8810.) t The Na- 
tional Archives. Pr 32.5 : 8810 

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1070 Government Publications 

Blocked natiotials. Authorizing proclaimed list of certain blocked nationals and 
controlling certain exix>rts, proclamation. July 17, 1941. (No. 24{>7.) [Not 
issued separately. Appeared in Federal legister, v. 6, no. 140, July 19, 1941, p. 
3555-56.] 

Californki. Executive order, withdrawing public lands for use of War Depart- 
ment as training center, California. July 24, 1941. (No. 8830.) [Not issued 
separately. Apix'ared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 146, July 29, 1941, p. 3716.] 

Canal Zone. Executive order, suspending certain statutory provisions relating 
to employment in Canal Zone. June 30, 1941. (No. 8812.) [Not is.sued sepa- 
rately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 129, July 3, 1941, p. 3223.] 

Civil service. Executive order, authorizing certain employees of the Government 
to acquire classified status and permitting certain positions to be fined by pro- 
motion, transfer, or assignment of certain employees. July 26, 1941. (No. 
8833.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6. no. 147, 
July 30, 1941, p. 3761.] 

Civilian Defense Ofliee. Executive order, amendment of Executive order 8757 of 
May 20, 1941, establishing Office of Civilian Defense [to include American Red 
Cross.] July 16, 1941. (No. 8822.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in 
Federal register, v. 6, no. 139, July IS, 1941, p. 3529.] 

Cook, George. Executive order, exemption of George Cook from compulsory 
retirement for age. June 18, 1941. 1 p. 4° (No. 8796.) t The National 
Archives. Pr 32.5 : 8796 

Cottrell. Samuel A. Executive order, exemption of Samuel A. Cottrell from com- 
pulsory retirement for age. June 25, 1&41. 1 p. 4° (No. 8805.) t The 
National Archives. Pr 32.5 : 8805 

Craters of Moon Nation<il Monument. Excluding land from Craters of Moon 
National Monument, Idaho, proclamation. July 18, 1^1. (No. 2499.) [Not 
issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 148, July 31, 1941, 
p. 3791.] 

Customs Service. Executive order, revoking designation of Lancaster, Minn., as 
customs port of entry. July 5, 1941. (No. 8815.) [Not issued separately. 
Appeared in Federal register^ v. 6. no. 131, July 8, 1941, p. 32a'i.] 

Davis, Archie W. Executive order, exemption of Archie W. Davis from compul- 
sory retirement for age. June 24. 1941. 1 p. 4" (No. 8801.) t The National 
Archives. Pr 32.5 : 8801 

Dai/light saving time for national defense, communication transmitting draft of 
proposed bill to promote national defense and conservation uf electrical energy 
by permitting establishment of daylight saving time. July 15, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 312, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Enlisted men. Army. Executive order, prescribing regulations governing grades 
and ratings of enlisted men of Regular Army for fiscal year 1942. July 18, 
1941. (No. 8824.) [Not issued separately. Apxieared in Federal register, 
V. 6, no. 141, July 22, 1941, p. 3577.] 

Executive orders. 

Note. — The Federal register act. Public no. 220. 74th Congress (49 Stat. 500-503) 
provides a.s follows : There shall be published in the Federal register all Presidential 
Proclamations and Executive orders, except such as have no jteneral appHcability and 
legal effect or are effective onl.v against Federal agencies or persons in their capacity 
as officers, agents, or eniplo.vees thereof. 

Those Executive orders and Proclamations published in the Federal register will not 
be issued .separately, but title entries for such Executive orders and I'roclamations, with 
reference to the Federal register, appear above and l)elow. 

The distribution of Executive orders and Proclamations was transferred, beginning 
Mar. 12. 19.30, from the 1 lepartnieiit of State to the Division of the Federal Register, 
National Archives. Free distribution will only be to appropriate agencies of the 
Government. The Federal register will be sold by the Superintendent of Documents on 
a subscription basis of $1.25 per month or $12.50 per year. 

Florida. Executive order, withdrawing public land for use of War Department 
for military purposes, Florida. July 24, 19il. (No. 8831.) [Not issued sepa- 
rately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, uo. 146, July 29, 1941, p. 3716.] 

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July 1941 1071 

Food for cattle. Emergency due to drought, free importation of forage for live- 
stock, proclamation. July 25, 1941. (No. 2498. ) [Not issued .separately. Ap- 
Ijeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 146, July 29, 1941, p. 371S.] 

Foreign exchange. Executive order, amendment of Executive order 8389 of Apr. 
10, 1940. as amended [I'egulating transactions in foreign exchange, transfers of 
credit, and export of coin and currency (China and Japan)]. July 26, 1941. 
(No. 8832.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 146, 
July 29, 1941, p. 8715.] 

Foreign service regulations. Executive order, amending Foreign service regula- 
tions of United States: Documentation of merchandise (chap. 15). July 5, 
1941. (No. 8818.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, 
V. 6, no. 132, July 9, 1941, p. 3313-14.] 

Executive order, amending Foreign service regulations of United States: 

Nationality, passports, registration, and protection (chap. 21). July 11, 1941. 
(No. 8820.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, 
no. 136, July 15, 1941, p. 3421-22.] 

Government officials and cniploi/ees. Executive order, prescribing regulations 
governing vacation pay for field service employees of War Department, Navy 
Department, Coast Guard, and The Panama Canal who forego vacations during 
emergency. July 5, 1941. (No. 8817.) [Not issued separatelv. Appeared in 
Federal register, v, 6, no. 131, July 8, 1941, p. 3265-66.] 

Executive order, su.spending provisions of Saturday half-holiday act of 

Mar. 8, 1931, as to certain employees of the Government. July 5, 3941. (No. 
8816.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 131, 
July 8, 1941, p. 3265.] 

Govenunent Reports Office. Executive order, authorizing continuance in employ- 
ment of i>ersons emplo.ved by Oflice of Government Reports on June 30, 19*41. 
and conferring of competitive classified civil service status upon such employees. 
June 30. 1941. (No. 8811.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal 
register, v. 6, no. 129. July 3, 1941, p. 8223.] 

Harper, James E. Executive order, exemption of James E. Harper from com- 
pulsory retirement for age. June 25. 1941. 1 p. 4" (No. 8804.) t The National 
Archives. Pr 325 : 8804 

Housing. Kequest for enactment of legislation providing increase of funds for 
public housing projects. June 26, 1&41. 2 p. (H. doc. 292, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Humholdt National Forest. Executive order, excluding land from Humboldt 
National Forest and reserving it for townsite purposes, Nevada. July 5, 1941. 
(No 8819.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 182, 
July 9, 1941, p. 3314.] 

Iceland. United States forces in Iceland, message from President of United 
States transmitting message received from Prime Minister of Iceland and reply 
of the President, relating to use of United States forces in Iceland. July 7, 1941. 

5 p. (H. doc. 307, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50813 

Johnston, Alfred T. Alfred T. Johnston, message returning without approval 
bill (H. R. 1674) for relief of Alfred T. Johnston. June 27, 1941. 2 p. (H. doc. 
296, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

^fedals. Executive order, [establishing] American Defense Service Medal. June 
28, 1941. (No. 8808.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, 
V. 6, no. 128, July 2, 1941, p. 3209.] 

Executive order, [establishing] Good Conduct Medal. June 28, 1941. (No. 

8809.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 128, 
July 2. 1941, p. 3209.] 

National defense. Control of export of certain articles and materials, proclama- 
tion [relative to chemicals and vegetable products, pursuant to provisions of sec. 

6 of act of Congress approved July 2, 1940]. July 3, 1941. (No. 2496.) [Not 
issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 131, July 8, 1941, 
p. 3263-65.] 

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Nevada. Executive order, reserving public land for use of Department of Navy 
for naval aviation purposes, Nevada. July 16, 1941. (No. 8821.) [Not issued j 
separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 139, July 18, 1941, p. 3529.] 

New Mexico. Executive order, povi^er site restoration no. 495, partial revocation 
of Executive order of Nov. 22, 1924, creating power site reserve no. 759, New 
Mexico. July 1, 1941. (No. 8813.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in 
Federal register, v. 6, no. 130, July 4, 1941, p. 325:i.] 

North Amcrk-an Aviaiion, Inc. Exe(;utive order [directing Secretary of War to 
relinquish possession of Inglewood plant of North American Aviation, Inc.]. 
July 2, 1941. (No. 8814. ) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, 
V. 6, no. 130, July 4, 1941, p. 3253.] 

Proclamations. 

NiiTE. — For information concerning the issuance of Executive orders and Proclamations, 
see above, note under the subhead Executive orders. 

Production Management Office. Executive order, providing for additional mem- 
ber of Committee on Fair Employment Practice in OflBice of Production Mana- 
gement, established by sec. 3 of Executive order 8802 of June 25, 1941. July 18, 
1941. (No. 8823.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, 
V. 6, no. 141, July 22, 1941, p. 3577.] 

Puerto Rico. Executive ordei", designating Robert H. Todd, jr., as acting judge of 
District Court of United States for Puerto Rico. July 26, 1941. (No. 8834.) 
[Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 147, July 30, 
1941, p. 3761.] 

Rivers. Recommendation for amending flood-control bill, H. R. 4911, as passed 
by House of Representatives, June 20, 1941. July 3, 1941. 3 p. (H. doc. 301, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Rodffcrs, T. Earl. Relief of Mr. and Mrs. T. Earl Rodgers, veto message returning 
without approval bill (S. 829). June 19, legislative day June 10, 1941. 2 p. 
( S. doc. 68, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Scientific Research and Development Office. Executive order, establishing OflBce 
of Scientific Research and Development in Executive Office of the President and 
defining its functions and duties. June 28, 1941. (No. 8807.) [Not. issued 
separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 128, July 2, 1941, p. 8207-9.] 

Selective service. Executive order fixing number of men to be inducted into 
land forces of United States between July 1, 1941, and June 30, 1942, and 
dii'ecting their selection and induction [under selective training and service 
act of 1940]. June 28, 1941. (No. 8806.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in 
Federal register, v. 6, no. 128, July 2, 1941, p. 3207.] 

Legislation to amend selective training and service act of 1940, message 

transmitting request for enactment of legislation to amend selective training 
and service act of 1940 [so as to authorize continuance in service of selectees, 
National Guard and reserve components of Army, and retired personnel of 
Regular Army]. July 21, 1941. 4 p. (H. doc. 318, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
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Tonnage. Burma, suspension of tonnage duties, proclamation. July 1, 1941. 
(No. 2495.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 6, no. 131, 
July 8, 1941, p. 3263.] 

BUDGET BUREAU 

Agricultural Marketing Service. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for De- 
partment of Agriculttu-e, fiscal year 1942 [for Agricultural Marketing Service 
for inspection of Biirley tobaccol. Juno .">0, legislatiA'e day June 26, 1941. 
2 p. ( S. doc. 88, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * FaiKU-, 5c. 

Claims for damages to privately owned proiierty, estimates of appropriations 
[submitted by the several executive departments and independent offices] to 
pay claims for damages to privately owned property. June 26, 1941. 14 p. 
(S. doc. 81, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c . 

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Criminal Division, Justice Dept. Supplemental estimate of appropriation, Justice 
Department, [lisoal year] 1942, for salaries of Criminal Division. July 17, 
1941. 2 p. (H. doe. 31G, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

District of Colunihid. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for District of 
Columbia, fiscal year 1941 [for public schools]. June 20. 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 
75, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Supplemental estimates of appropriations for District of Columbia, [fiscal 

year] 1942. in form of prop'osed amendments to District of Columbia appropria- 
tion bill. June 2<;, 1941. 2 p. ( S. doc. 73, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pap.n-, 5c. 

Documents Office. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Government Print- 
ing Office, tiscal year 1942 [for Office of Superintendent of Documents]. June 
26, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 76, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Federal Commuvications Commission. Supplemental estimate, Federal Com- 
munications Connnission | fiscal year 1942], for national-defense activities. 
July 2S, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 95, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Forest ScriHce. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Department of 
Agriculture, fiscal vears 1941 and 1942 [for Forest Service for forest-fire con- 
trol]. June 26. 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 72, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Housinrj Authority. Draft of proposed authorizati(ai. Housing Authority, Fed- 
eral Works Agency, [fiscal year) 1942, for administrative expenses, with sup- 
plemental estimate of appropriation for Public Buildings Administration, Fed- 
eral Works Agency, fiscal year 1942. July 15, 1911. 3 p. (H. doc. 313, 77t1l 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Interior Department. Supplemental and deficiencv estimates for Department of 
Interior, [fiscal years] 1941 and 1942. June 26," 1941. 6 p. (S. doc. 83, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Interstate Commerce Commission. Supi)lemental estimates of appropriations for 
Interstate Commerce Commission, fiscal year 1942. June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. 
doc. 85, 77ih Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Maritime Commission. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Maritime 
Commission, and request for additional contract autiiorization. July 14, 1941. 
3 p. (H. doc. 311, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Maritime Labor Board. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Maritime 
Labor Board, fiscal year 1942. June 26, 1941. 2 p. ( S. doc. 77, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Mines Bureau. Supplemental estimates of appropriations. Department of In- 
terior, [fiscal year] 1942 | f or Bureau of Mines]. July 21, 1941. 3 p. (H. doc. 
320, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Aar.v Department. Supplemental estimates of appropriations for Navy Depart- 
ment and naval service, fiscal year 1942. July 14, 1941. 8 p. (H. doc. 310, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Post Office Department. Supplemental estimate for foreign air-mail transporta- 
tion. Post Office Department, fiscal year 1!>42. June 30, legislative day June 
26, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 87, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Post Office Department, fiscal 

year 1941 [for railroad transportation and mail messenger service]. June 26, 
1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 74, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Public Health Service. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Public Health 
Service [fiscal year 1942], with draft of proposed provision pertaining to 
existing appropriation. June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 84, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Quartermaster Corps of Army. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for War 
Department, fiscal year 1942 [for Quartermaster Corps in connection with 
transfer of Moffett Field, Calif.]. June 26, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 86, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Treasury Department. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Treasury De- 
partment, fiscal year 1941 [for foreign-exchange control]. June 26, 1941. 2 p. 
(S. doc. 70, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, ijc. 

War Department. Emergency supplemental estimates of appropriations for War 
Department, [fl.scal year] 1942, for military activities. July 10, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 308, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE 

Defense, official weekly bulletin of Office for Emergency Management, July 1-29, 
1941; V. 2, no. 26-30. [1941.] Each 24 p. il. 4° * Paper, 5c. single copy, 7Se. 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card 40-29232 Pr 32.407 : 2/26-30 

Posters. Fourth of July declaration by the President; [poster]. [1941.] 28X 
19.5 in. t Pr 32.402 :F 82 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE OFFICE 

Note. — ^The Civilian Defense Office wa.s created May 20, 1941, by Executive order 8757, 
as an agency of the Office for Emergency Management, with a director thereto, appointed 
by the President. Its purpose is to coordinate Federal relations with State and local gov- 
ernments engaged in defense rctivlties, to provide for necessary cooperation with State 
and local governments in respect to measures for adequate protection of civilian populations 
in emergency periods, and to sustain national morale. 

Civilian, protcetion. Local organization for civilian protection. [1941.] [1] + 
11 p. il. 4° t 

L. C. card 41-50967 Pr 32.4402 : C 49 

])ei<t:n8E aid reports division 

Note. — Under the authority of Executive order 8751. dated May 2. 1941. the Division 
of Defense Aid Reports was established in the Office for Emergency Management, with an 
executive oflicer at the head thereof, appointed by the President. This Division provides 
a central channel for the clearance of transactions and reports, and coordinates the process- 
ing of requests for aid under the lend-lease act. 

Lend-lease aet. 1st report under act of Mar. 11, 1941 (lend-lease act). 1941. 
vii+39 p. il. [Also issued as Senate document G6, 77th Congress, 1st session, 
with title. Operations under lend-lease act, for which see. Monthly catalog 
for June 1941, p. 910.] * Paper, 10c, 
L. C. card 41-50943 Pr 32.402 : L 54/941 

DEFENSE HOUSING COORDINATION DIVaSION 

Note. — TTnder the authority of Executive order 8632, dated Jan. 11, 1941, the Division 
of Defense Housing Coordination was established in the Office for Emersency Management, 
with a coordinator at the head thereof, appointed by the President. This Division serves 
to centralize, unify, and direct activities of existing Government housing agencies insofar 
as they are related to defense housing. 

Homes. Guide to organization and operation of homes registration offices. Re- 
vised [edition]. Washington, D. C, June 1, 1941. cover title, [2]+40-f[5] 
leaves, 4° [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Homes Registration Divi- 
sion.] t 
L. C. card 41-5096.8 Pr 32.4302 : H 75 

Homesfordefen.se. [1941.] 34+[2] p. il. * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-50969 Pr 32.4302 : H 75/2 

PRICE ADMINISTRATION AND CIVILIAN SUPPLY OFFICE 

Note. — ^The Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply was created Apr. H. 1941, 
by Btecutive order 8734. as an agency of the Office for Emergency Management. It com- 
bined the functions of the Price Stabilization and the Consumer Divisions, originally set up 
under the Advisory Commission to the Council of National Defense and subsequently coor- 
dinated through the Office for Emergency Management. 

Aluminum. Price schedule 2, as amended : Aluminum scrap and secondary alumi- 
num ingot. [1941.] iii+23 p. t Pr 32.4202 : P 93/no.2 

Consumer prices. June 30, 1941; no. 13. [1941.] cover title, 20 p. il. 4° (Con- 
sumer Division.) [Semimontlily. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-50034 Pr 32.4258 : 13 

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Consumers. Consumer knowledge builds defense, selected bibliography of avail- 
able pamphlet materials; prepared by Consumer Division. Apr. 1941. [1] + 
ii+62 leaves, 4" (Bulletin 11.) [Processed.] t Pr 32.4253: 11 

Handbook for consumer representatives of State and local defense councils 

or local consumer interest committees. June 1941. cover title, [3] +27 p. il. 
(Bulletin 12; Consumer Division.) LProcessed. Prepared in cooperation with 
Civilian Defense Office.] t Pr 32.4253: 12 

Wartime Prices and Trade Board, study of consumer protection under war 

conditions, in Canada ; by William H. Wynne. June 1941. [l]+28 p. 4° (Bul- 
letin 13 ; Consumer Division.) [Processed.] t Pr 32.4253: 13 

Zinc. Price schedule 3 : Zinc scrap materials and secondary slab zinc. [1941.] 
v+21 p. t Pr 32.4202 : P 93/no.3 

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE 

Subcontract in ff for defense, 10 manufacturers tell how it's done. [1941.] 14+ [2] 
p. il. (Defense Contract Service; Production Division.) t 
L. C. card 41-50974 Pr 32.4002 : Su 1 

GOVERNMENT REPORTS OFFICE 

Government offices. Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies 
in Alabama ; revised to Mar. 1, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [1] +xvii+68 p. map 4° 
[Processed.] f Pr 32.207 : Al lb/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Arkansas ; re- 
vised to May 1, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xiv+56 p. map, 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : Ar 4k/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Colorado ; re- 
vised to Mar. 1, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xviii+55 p. map, 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : C 71/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Kansas ; re- 
vised to Apr. 15, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xv+50 p. map, 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : K 13/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Montana ; re- 
vised to Apr. 1, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xiii+85 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : M 76/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Pennsylvania ; 

revised to May 15, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xxxix+110 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : P 38/941 

Directory of Federal and State departments and agencies in Wyoming; 

revised to Apr. 1, 1941. [1941.] cover title, [l]+xv+35 p. map, 4° [Pi"oc- 
essed.] t Pr 32.207 : W 99/941 

National defence. National defense and neutrality, Proclamations, Executive 
orders. Military orders and Presidential Administrative orders, Regulations and 
letters, July 1, 1939^July 1, 1&41 [lists compiled by Information Service Li- 
brary]. [1941.] cover title, 41 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-50944 Pr 32.213 : 939-41/3 

National defense program, contracts and expenditures as reported in press 

releases of June 1-30, 1941; tabulation 23 and 24. [1941.] [3] +105 p. and 
[3] +172 p. oblong 8° [Semimonthly. Processed. Prepared in cooperation 
with National Defense Advisory Commission.] f 

L. C. card 41-50075 Pr 32.212 : 23, 24 

INFORMATION SERVICE 

Executives. Guide for Federal executives to inter-agency service functions, con- 
tacts, and procedures. July 1, 1941. cover title, [3] +105 p. oblong 8° [Prw- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 41-50976 Pr 32.202 : In 82/941 

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PRESS INTEXOGEINOH DIVISION 

Magazine absiractti, oirrt'ut discussion of public affairs, v. 7, no. 27-31 ; July 2-30,. 
1941. [1941.] various paging, 4° [Weekly. Processed. Prepared for use of 
Government officials.] t Pr 32.208 : 7/27-31 

Prcn.s i>itcUi(/(iirr hiillrtin 284! (-74 ; July 1-31, 1941. [1^1] various paging, 4° 
[Daily except Sundays and holidays. Processed. Prepared for use of Gov- 
ernm(>nt officials.] t Pr 32.209 : 2349-2374 

NATIONAL RESOURCES PLANNING BOARD 

Natural rcxotirces. Development of resources and stabilization of employment 
in United States, Jan. 1941. 1941. ix+409 p. il. 2 pi. 4" (H. do<'. 142, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [See, for pts. 1 and 3, Monthly catalog for Mar. 1941, p. 400,. 
and for pt. 2, the Apr. 1941 Monthly catalog, p. 576.] * Pai>er, $1.20. 
L. C. card 41-50279 

pt. 1. Federal prosram for national development, 
pt. 2. Regional development plans. 
pt. 3. Functional development policies. 

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

Monthly revieiv. Monthlv review. May 1941: v. 2. no. 5. [1941.] cover title,. 
[l]+30 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 40-29247 RR 1.7/2 : 2/5 

Same, June 1941 ; v. 2. no. 6. [1941.] cover title. [l]+29 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t RR 1.7/2: 2/6- 

Railroad retirement act. Questions and answers on railroad retirement act. 
Revised Apr. 1941. [1941.] cover title, xiii+65 p. 24° [Text on p. 2 and 3 
of cover.] t 
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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

Note. — The decisions or opinions of the Securities and Exchange Commission are issued 
in processed form immediately upon their release, and copies are distributed by the Com- 
mission upon request. They are published later in printed form in pamphlets and bound 
volumes. 

Brokers. Over-the-coiniter brokers and dealers, supp. 11, to directory, published 
June 30, 1940, of brokers and dealers registered under sec. 15 of securities ex- 
change act of 1934; May 31, 1941. [1941.] [1]+11 p. 4" [Monthlv. Proc- 
essed. ] t SE 1.15 : 940/supp.ll 

Corporal ion.<i. Survey of American listed corporations, reported information on 
selected defense industries. Reports 4S-52. v. 7. May 1941. [4] +307 p. 4° 
[Processed. From data collecte<l on Work Projects Administration projects.] t 
L.C. card 40-26177 SE1.18:7 

4H. Railroad equipment. 

49. Radio and radio equipment. 

50. Non-ferrous metals & their products including smelting & refining, assets under 

.$20,000,000 each. 

51. Electrical supplies & equipment other than household appliances. 

52. Commercial cars and trucks. 

Decisions and reports, v. 6, Oct. 1, 1939-Mar. 31, 1940: compiled and edited bv 
John P. Hickey. 1941. xii + 1184 p. 1 tab. * Cloth. $2.00. 
L. C. card 38-22150 SE 1.11 : 6 ■ 

Registration record. Registration record, securities act of 1933. index for June 
1941. [1941.] [l]+9p. 4" [Processed.] t SE 1.13/2: 941/6 

Registration record, securities act of 1933 (trust indenture act of 1939) ; July 

1-31, 1941. [1941.] various paging. 4° [Daily except Sundays and holi- 
days. Processed.] t SE 1.13: 941/152-177. 

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■Securities. Regulation S-X under securities act of 1933, securities, exchange act 
of 1934, and investment company act of 1940, form and content of financial 
statements, as amended to and including June 20, 1941. 1941. vii+78 p. 
* Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50945 SE 1.6 : F 49/941-2 

Securities traded on exchanges under securities exchange act, supp. 5, as of 

May 31, 1941, Securities added or i-emoved during May 1941. [1941.] cover 
title. 4 p. 4° [Processed. Supplements volume published as of Dec. 31, 
1940.] t SEl.l(J:940/2/supp.5 

Same, supp. 6, as of June 30, 1941, Securities added or removed during June 

1941. [1&41.] cover title, 3 p. 4" [Processed. Supplements volume published 
as of Dec. 31, 1940.] t SE 1.16 : 940/2/supp.6 

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

'Conxcriittiov. Second national nuister list of S serial numbers, arranged in order 
in which such numbers were drawn at 2d national lottery, held in Washington, 
D. C, July 17, 1941, under selective training and service act of 1940 and rules 
and regulations thereunder. [1941.] [2] +6 leaves, narrow f t 

Y3.Se4:2M39/2 

■8electir-e service regulations. [Amendments to Selective service regulations.] 
[1941.] various paging, various sizes. [Processed and printed.] X 

Y 3.Se 4 : 6/amdts. 

Amondincnt .^0, pffprtive May 14, 1941 [amending par. 3XS]. 
Amendment 51. effective May 2t!, 1941 [aniendinjj par. 1G9I. 
Amendment 52. etTective May 20. 1941 | amending sul)p:ir. d of par. 520]. 
Amendment 5;J. efCeetive May 31, 1941 [amending suLpar. a and b of par. 320]. 
Amendment 54. effective Mny ."^l. 1941 [amending par. 324]. 
Amendment 5."), etlective May 31. 1941 [amending sec. IS, v. 3. par. 329]. 
Amendment 5(). effective May 31, 1941 [amending sec. 18, v. 3, par. 332]. 
Amendmr>nt 57, effective May 31, 1941 [amending subpar. d of par. 3391. 
Amendment 58, effective June 5, 1941 [amending v. 2, sec. 18, par. 333]. 
Amendment 59, effective June 5, 1941 [amending par. 352 and 353]. 
Amendment CO. effective June 5, 1941 [amending sec. HO]. 
Amendment 61, effective June 7, 1941 [amending subpar. d of par. ."57]. 
Amendment 62. effective June 9. 1941 [substituting revised edition of v. 2]. 
Am(ndment 03, effective June 10, 1941 [amending p.-ir. 116]. 
Amendment 04, effective June 10. 1941 [amending subpar. a of par. 359]. 
Amendment 05, effective June 17. 1941 [amending subpar. a of par. 4241. 
Amendment 66, effective June 17, 1941 [amending subpar. h of par. 433]. 
Amendment 67. et'fective June 17. 1941 [amending v. 6. sec 47]. 
Amendment 68. effective June 17. 1941 [amending Piec. 26]. 
Amendment 69, effective June 17, 1941 [amending see. 28, v. 3]. 
Amendment 70, effective June 20, 1941 [amending par. 140]. 
Amendment 71, effective June 20, 1941 [amending sec. 27. v. 3]. 
Amendment 72, effective June 13, 1941 [amending par. 365]. 
Amendment 73. effective June 20. i;t41 [ameniUng par. 357]. 
Amendment 74, effective July 1, 1941 [amending par. 5.301. 
Amendment 75. effective July 1, 1941 [amending sec. 15, v, 3]. 
Amendment 76, effective July 9, 1941 [amending sec. 16]. 
Amendment 77, effective July 12, 1941 [amending subpar. a of par. 354]. 
Amendment 78, effective June 28, 1941 [amending par. 137]. 

Selective service regulations : Order prescribing Forms no. 10 and 11, ef- 
fective June 30, 1941 [adding to appendix A. v. 1]. 1941. Each 1 p. oblong 48° 
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Isopods. Check-list of terre.strial and fre.sh-water isopoda of Oceania [with list 
of references] ; by Harold Gordon Jackson. Washington, Smithsonian In- 
stitution, July 23, 1941. [2]-f.35 p. (Publication 3593; Smithsonian mis- 
cellaneous collections, v. 99, no. 8.) t Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card 41-50946 SI 1.7 : 99/8 

Salamanders. New salamander of genus Gyrinophilus from southern Ap- 
palachians [with list of literature cited] : by M. B. Mittleman and Harry G. M. 
Jopson. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, July 14, 1941. [2]-f5 p. 1 pi. 
(Publication 3638; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 101, no. 2.) 
t Paper, 10c. 
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AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY BUREAU 

California. Archeologlcal investigations at Buena Vista Lake, Kern County, 
Calif, [with list of literature cited], by Waldo R. Wedel ; with appendix Skeletal 
remains from Buena Vista sites, California [with list of literature cited], by 
T. D. Stewart. 1941. viii-f 194 p. il. 5 pi. 56 p. of pi. ( Bulletin 130.) * Paper, 
55c 
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Same. (H. doc. 877, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Report. [Annual report of American Historical Association, 1936.] 1941. v. 2. 
[Tl'is title appears on back title and half title only.] 

L. C. card 4-18261 SI 4.1 : 936/v. 2 

V. 2. Writings on American history. 19.36. bibliography of books and articles on United 

States history published during 1936 ; by Grace Gardner Griffin and Dorothy M. 

Louraine. xxviii + 486 p. * Cloth, $1.25. 

Same. (H. doc. 13. pt. 2, 75th Cong. 1st sess.) 

NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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The editions are distributed to establishxl lists of libraries, scientific institutions, and 
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brief technical papers and the Bufietins geneially monographs based on the Museum col- 
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herliarium are wholly botanical. No sets of any of these series can now be furnished. 

The I'rot codings are now issued in pamphlet form only. The separate papers will be 
sent to depository libraries and to others designated to receive them, as issued, and a title 
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Cestode parasites of teleost fishes of Woods Hole region, Mass. ; by Edwin Linton. 
1941. p. 417-442, 3 p. of pi. (Proceedings, v. 90 ; no. 3112.) t SI 3.6 : 3112 

Uerpetoloqii of Hispaniola [with bibliography] : by Doris M. Cochran. 1941. 
vii+398 p. il. 2 pi. 14 p. of pi. (Bulletin 177.) * Paper, 70c. 
L. C. card 41-50^44 SI 3.3 : 177 

Plants collected by R. C. Ching in southern Mongolia and Kansu Province, China 
[with list of I'rincipal publications on Kansu, mostly botanical] ; by Egbert H. 
Walker. 1941. i-v+5(i3-675+vii-xiii p. il. (5 p. of pi. map. (Contributions 
from national herbarium, v. 28, pt. 4.) * Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 41^24 SI 3.8 : 28/4 

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Sea-urchins. Pamlico fossil echinoids ; by Willard Berry. 1941. p. 443-445, 
3 p. of pi. (Proceedings, v. 90; no. 3113.) t SI 3.6: 3113 

Tachhwtnyia. Synopsis of tachinid flies of genus Tacbinomyia, with descriptions 
of new species [and with list of literature cited] ; by Ray T. Webber. 1941. 
p. 287-304, il. (Proceedings, v. 90 ; no. 3108. ) t SI 3.6 : 3108 

Turtles. Notes on Mexican turtles of genus Kinosternon ; by Leonhard Stejneger. 
1941. p. 457-459. (Proceedings, v. 90; no. 3115.) t SI 3.6: 3115 

Vertebrate FaUontology Division. History of Division of Vertebrate Paleontology 
in National Museum ; by Charles W. Gilniore. 1941. p. 305-377, 1 pi. 4 p. of 
pi. (Proceedings, V. 90; no. 3109.) t SI 3.6: 3109 



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Addresses. Discurso del Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente de los Estados Unidos 
de America, Dayton, Ohio, 12 de octubre de 1940. 1941. [2] +9 p. narrow 8" 
( [Publicacion 4 de la Oticina Central de Traducciones.]) * Paper, He. 

S 16.7: 4 

Discurso del Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente de los Estados Unidos' de 

America, Washington, D. C, 29 de diciembre de 1940. 1941. [2] -{-14 p. narrow 
8° ([Publicacion 5 de la Oficina Central de Traducciones.]) * Paper, 5c. 

S 16.7 : 5 

Discurso y proelama del Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente de los Estados 

Unidos de America, Washington, D. C, 27 de mayo de 1941. 1941. [2] +20 p. 
narrow 8° ([Publicacion 14 de la Oficina Central de Traducciones.]) 

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Los Estados Unidos y la situacion mundial, discurso del Cordell Hull, 

Secretario de Estado de los Estados Unidos de America, en la trigesimaquinta 
reunion anual de la Sociedad Americana de Derecho Internacional, Washington, 
D. C, 24 de abril de 1941. 1941. [2] +9 p. narrow 8° ([Publicacion 10 de la 
Oficina Central de Traducciones.] ) * Paper, 5c. S 16.7 : 10 

Tercer discurso inaugural del Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente de los 

Estados Unidos de America, Washington, D. C., 20 de enero de 1941. 1941. 
[2] +5 p. narrow 8° ([Publicacion 7 de la Oficina Central de Traducciones.]) 

* Paper, 5c. S 16.7 : 7 

Bailey. John. Stoker John Bailey of H. M. S. Orion, message from President of 
United States transmitting report received from acting Secretary of State re- 
questing transmission to present Congress of recommendation that Congress 
authorize appropriation in order to effect settlement of claim of British Gov- 
ernment on behalf of John Bailey of H. M. S. Orion. July 3, 1941. 3 p. (H. doc. 
302, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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Bulletin. Department of State bulletin, June 28, 1941; v. 4, no. 105. [1941.] 
p. [753-1772, il. 4° (Publication 1616.) [Weekly. Includes list of publications 
of State Department released during quarter beginning Apr. 1, 1941.] * Paper, 
l()c. single copy, .'i?2.75 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.50. 
L. C. card 39-26945 S 1.3 : 4/105 

Same, July 5-26, 1941 ; v. 5, no. 106-109. [1941.] p. 1-84, 4° ( Publication 

1619,1622,1625,1626.) [Weekly.] 81.3:5/106-109 

Convention far Promotion of Inter-American Cultural Relations. OflQcial ex- 
change of professors, teachers, and graduate students under Convention for 
Promotion of Inter-American Cultural Relations. 1941. [2J-|-5 p. narrow 8° 
([Inter-American series 20; Publication 1612.]) [From Department of State 
bulletin. May 24, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50842 S 1.26 : 20 

Diplomatic list, July 1941. [1941.] cover title, ii-flOl P- 24° ([Publication 
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yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.25. 
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Ecuador. Extradition, supplementary treaty betvi^een United States and Ecua- 
dor ; signed Quito, Sept. 22, 1939, proclaimed May 19, 1941. 1941. [l]+5 p. 
(Treaty series 972.) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50948 S 9.5/2 : Ec 9/4 

Naval mission, additional article to agreement of Dec. 12, 1940, between 

United States and Ecuador; signed Apr. 30, 1941. 1941. [2] +3 p. (Executive 
agreement series 206 ; [Publication 1613].) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50949 S 9.8 : 206 

Endocrinolof/y. Aportaciones de los Estados Unidos de America a la endocri- 
nologia ; [por] Elmer L. Sevringhaus. 1941. ii+7 p. 4° ( [Publicacion 3 de la 
Oficina Central de Traduceiones.] ) * Paper, 5c. S 16.7 : 3 

Inter American Statistical Institute, report of acting Secretary of State asking 
for legislation to enable United States to become adhering member of Inter 
American Statistical Institute, and to authorize annual appropriation for pay- 
ment of share of United States in supjiort of the Institute. July 17, 1941. 4 p. 
(H. doc. 317, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai)er, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50858 

lAberia. Conciliation, treaty between United States and Liberia ; signed Mon- 
rovia, Aug. 21, 1939, proclaimed Apr. 4. 1941. 1941. [l]+3 p. (Treaty series 
968.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50950 S 9.5/2 : L 61/5 

Meeting of Ministers of Foreir/n Affairs of American Republics. Provisional 
administration of European colonies and possessions in the Americas, act of 
Habana, contained in tinal act of 2d Meeting of Ministers of Ft)reign Affairs 
of American Republics ; signed Habana, July 30, 1940. 1941. [2] +27 p. ( Exec- 
utive agreement series 199; [Publication 1607].) [English, Spanish, Portu- 
guese, and French. ] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50841 S 9.8 : 199 

Mexico. Extradition, supplementary convention between United States and Mex- 
ico ; signed Mexico City. Aug. 16, 1939. proclaimed Apr. 4, 1941. 1941. [1] + 
4 p. (Treaty series 967.) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50843 S 9.5/2: M 57/45 

Transit of military aircraft, agreement between United States and Mexico ; 

signed Washington Apr. 1. 1941, proclaimed Apr. 28, 1941. 1941. [1]+ 6 p. 
(Treaty series 971.) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-50951 S 9.5/2 : M 57/46 

National defen^se. Informagoes gerais sobre o progresso do programa de defesa 
dos Estados Unidos e de auxilio tl Gra-Bretanha. 1941. ii+4 p. ( [Pub- 
licagao 12 de la Reparticae Central de Traducjoes.] i * I'aper, 5'c. 8 16.7:12 

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FuMicatio)iK of Department of State, list cumulative from Oct. 1, 1929; July 1, 
1941. 1941. [2] +26 p. ( [Publication 1621.] ) [Quarterly.] t 
L. C. card 30-26444 81.30:941/3 

Sn-'itx!erland. Extradition, .supplementary treaty between United States and 
Switzerland; signtd Bern, Jan. 31, 1940, proclaimed Apr. 11, 1941. 1941. [1] + 
3 p. (Treaty series 969.) [English and French.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-ri09.52 S 9.5/2 :Sw 6/8 

Treaties submitted to the Senate, IJHO, procedure during 1940 on certain treaties 
submitted to the Senate 1923-40, and their status as of Dec. 31, 1940. 1941. 
ili+12 p. large 8" {[Publication 1620.]) * Paper, 10c. 
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SUPREME COURT 

RoHe)thlnm. A'. E.. Truck Linen. lite. Transcript of record, Supreme Court of 
United States, Oct. term, 1941. no. 52, United States and Interstate Commerce 
Commission r.v. N. E. Rosenblum Truck Lines, Inc. ; no. 53, [same] vs. J. B. 
Margolies, individual doing business as Manhattan Truck Lines, appeals from 
district court for eastern district of Missouri. J. 1941.] cover title, iv+306 p. t 

Ju 6.7 : R 723 



TARIFF COMMISSION 

Italy. Italian commercial policy and foreign trade, 1922^0, report on recent 
developments in foreign trade of Italy with special reference to trade with 
United States, under provisions of sec. 332, title 3, pt. 2, tariff act of 1930 [with 
bibliography]. 1941. xiii-)-284 p. il. map. (Report 142, 2d series.) * Paper, 
30c. 
L. C. card 41-50845 TC 1.9 : 142 

Latin America. Foreign trade of Latin America, report on trade of Latin 
America with special reference to trade with United States, \inder general 
provisions of see. 332, pt. 2, title 3, tariff act of 1930 : pt. 2, Commercial policies 
and trade relations of individual Latin American countries, sec. 20, Haiti. 
Washington, 1941. viii+6iO p. il. 1 pi. [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 40-26809 TC 1.2 : F 76/2/pt.2/sec.20 

TAX APPEALS BOARD 

Note. — The Board of Tax Appeals report.s are first promulgated in leaflet form, desig- 
nated as "advance sheets." At the end of each month, these advance sheets are consoli- 
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ions is included in each pamphlet. Later, the advance parts are consolidated and issued in 
bound volumes. Both the advance sheets and the advance parts are sold on subscription 
by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. The 
subscription price of the "advance sheets" is •i!2.2.5 per volume, foreign subscription, $2.85 ; 
single copies usually 5c. The "advance parts," or monthly consolidations, are sold as fol- 
lows : 20c. single copy, $1.25 per volume, foreign subscription, $1.85. The price of the 
bound volume will he given upon application. 

Ada-m,s, Mrs. Mabel G. Mabel G. Adams v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101820, promulgated July 24, 1941. 
[1941.] 4 p. ([Opinion] 166.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-166 

Astorian-Budget PuMisMng Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion]; docket no. 100629, promulgated July 10, 1941. [1941.] 
5 p. ( [Opinion] 149.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-149 

Baldivin, Frederic E. Estate of Frederic E. Baldwin, Girard Trust Company, 
executor, v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion; docket no. 101134, 
promulgated July 8, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. ([Opinion] 141.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-141 

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Cincinnati Union Terminal Company v. commissioiior of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 97270, promulSiited July 8, 1941. [1941.] 
8 p. ( [Opinion] 142.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-142 

Coca Cola BoWing Company, Inc., of Blytheville, Ark., v. commissioner of 
internal revenue, findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101155, promulgated 
July 29, 1941. [1941.] ([Opinion] 169.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-169 

Countioay, Francis A. Fi'ancis A. Countway v. commissioner of internal revenue; 
Arthur F. Rernliard v. [same] ; William P. Jackson and Grace M. Jackson r. 
[same, findings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 101499-501, promulgated 
Julv 8, 1941. [1941.] 14 p. ([Opinion] 144.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-144 

Crcfipi, Pio. Pio Crespi v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact 
[and opinion] ; docket no. 103133, promulgated July 11, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 
([Opinion] 153.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-153 

Dcci.fiion.1. Reports, v. 44, no. 1 ; June 23, 1941. [1941.] vii+l-370+i p. [Con- 
tains decisions promulgated Apr. 1-30, 1941.] * Paper, 20c. single copy, $1.25 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.85. 

L. C. card 24-27411 Y 3.T 19 : 9/44-1 

Note. — This ".advance part" or "consolidated issue" contains a month's decisions and 
is is-iied in addition to the separate opinions or "advance sheets." Later, bound volumes, 
containin.c table of contents and index, will be issued, the price of those being given at 
the time of publication. 

Same, v. 44, no. 2: July 16, 1941. [1941.] vii+370-624+i p. [Contains 

decisions promulgated May 1-31, 1941.] Y 3.T 19 : 9/44-2 

Reports of Board of Tax Appeals, v. 42, June 1-Nov. 30, 1940; Mabel 

M. Owen, reporter. 1941. lxxviii+1526 p. * Cloth, $2.50. 

L. C. card 26-26250 Y 3.T 19 : 6/42 

Fox River Paper Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact 
[and opinion] ; docket no. 96961, promulgated July 11, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 
( [Opinion] 152.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44^152 

Frank, Isaac W., Trust of 1927. Isaac W. Frank Trust of 1927, Wm. K. Frank, 
tmsteo, V. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact and opinion] ; 
docket no. 98274. promulgated Julv 9, 1941. [1941.] 17 p. ([Opinion] 145.) 
[From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-145 

Frpe, Mrs. Emma. Estate of Emma Fi'ye, Don Eggerman, executor, ^^>. commis- 
sioner of internal revenue, findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101631, 
promulgated June 27, 1911. [1941.] 8 p. ([Opinion] 132.) [From B. T. A. 
Reports, v. 44. ] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44^132 

Gihsmi, Helen W. Helen Whitney Gibson t'. commissioner of internal revenue, 
findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 100433, promulgated July 9, 1941. 
[1941.] 7 p. ( [Opinion] 146.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-146 

GiJ/nvore, Anna V. Anna V. Gilmore et al. v. commissioner of internal revenue 
[findings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 97835-842, promulgated July 3, 1941, 
[1941.] 13 p. ([Opinion] 139.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-139 

Grunbaum, Otto S. Otto S. Grunbaum r. commissioner of internal revenue [find- 
ings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 99318-319. nromulgated June 25. 1941. 
[1941.] lip. ([Opinion] 129.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper. 5c. 

Y3.T 19: 5/44-129 

Hardev, Fred M. P"ied M. Harden and Esperanza P. Harden r. commissioner of 
internal revenue, findings of fact [find opinion] ; docket no. 98073. promulgated 
July 9, 1941. [1941] 8 p. ([Opinion] 148.) (From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] 

* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-148 

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Harriss. Robert M. Robert M. Harriss, individually, and as administrator of 
Abbeline C. Harriss, v. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact and 
opinion] ; doclcet no. 99993, promulgated July 16, 1941. [1941.] 11 p. ( [Opin- 
ion] 155.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-155 

Hepman, David M. David M. Heyman v. commissioner of internal revenue, find- 
ings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 97827, promulgated July 17, 1941. 
[1941.] IS p. ( [Opinion] 156.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-156 

Hollixter, John B. John B. Hollister i\ commissioner of internal revenue, opin- 
ion; docket no. 94998, promulgated July 3. 1941. [1941.] 3 p. ([Opinion] 
134.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-134 

Howe, Alexandei' C. Alexander C. Howe v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101426, promulgated July 3, 1941. 
[1941.] 6 p. ([Opinion] 140.) [From B. T. A. Reiwrts, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-140 

Huron Kircr t^ijndicatc, Walter F. Haass, tru.stee, r. commissioner of internal 
revenue, findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 100775, promulgated July 3, 
1941. [1941.] 7 p. ([Opinicm] 136.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] 
* Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-136 

Interstate Transit Lines v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact 
[and opinion] ; docket no. 101692, promulgated July 9, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 
([Opinion] 147.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-147 

Interstate Transit Lines, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of 
fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101093, promulgated July 15, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 
( [Opinion] 154.) [ From B. T. A. ReiK)rts, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44^154 

Kline, Charles T. Charles T. Kline v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101972, promulgated July 19. 1941. [1941.] 
5 p. ([Opinion] 161.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-161 

Lapslv)/, James B. James B. Lapsley t'. commissioner of internal revenue ; Gary 
W. Jones and: Mrs. Bertha M. Jones v. [same, findings of fact and opinion] ; 
docket nos. 102201-202, promulgated July 24, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. ( [Opinion] 
168.) [From B .T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-168 

Larson, Mrs. Rose B. Rose B. Larson v. commissioner of internal revenue ; A. E. 
Larson, Shirley D. Parker, administrator, d. b. n. c. t. a., v. [same, findings 
of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 88813-814, promulgated July 24, 1941. [1941.] 
12 p. ([Opinion] 167.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-167 

Ledyard, Lewis C, jr. Estate of Lewis Cass Ledyard, jr., United States Trust 
Company of New York, executor, v. commissioner of internal revenue [findings 
of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 99249. promulgated July 18, 1941. [1941.] 
12 p. ([Opinion] 162.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-162 

MacDoitgald, Daniel. Daniel MacDougald i\ commissioner of internal revenue 
[findings of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 101786, promulgated July 3, 1941. 
[1941.] 6 p. ( [Opinion] 160.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y3.T 19: 5/44^160 

Mei'idian d Thirteenth Realty Co. v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion; 
docket no. 101968, promulgated July 3, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. ([Opinion] 137.) 
[From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-137 

Midland Cooperative Wholesale, co-operative association, v. commissioner of 
internal revenue [findings of fact and opinion] : docket no. 100612, promulgated 
June 26, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. ([Opinion] 131.) [From B. T. A. Reports, 
V. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-131 

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National Protective Insurance Company f. commissioner of internal revenue, find- 
ings of fact [and opinion! ; docket no. 101709', promulgated July 10, 1&41. 
[1941.] 8 p. ([Opinion] 151.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

y 3.T 19 : 5/44-151 

New McDermott, Inc., r. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact [and 
opinion] ; docket no. 99360, promulgated July 17, 1941. [1941.1 8 p. ( [Opin- 
ion] 158.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 44.] * Paper. 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-158 

Preston, William P. T. William P. T. Preston r. conmiissioner of internal revenue, 
findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101762. promulgated July 10, 1941. 
[1941. J 6 p. ([Opinion] 150.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Pai)er, 5c. 

Y3.T 19: 5/44-150 

Pyramid Metals Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket 
no. 102354, promulgated July 22, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. ( [Opinion] 165.) [From 
B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-165 

Sherman, John Q. Estate of John Q. Sherman, Katherine M. Sherman, execu- 
trix, William C. Sherman and Wellmore B. Turner, executors, and Mrs. Kath- 
erine M. Sherman, .surviving wife, v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 103041, promulgated July 3, 1941. [1941.] 
6 p. ([Opinion] 135.) [From B. T. A. Reiwrts, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-135 

Sweet, Mrs. Ploremce M. Florence M. Sweet t\ commissioner of internal revenue 
[finding.s of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 101786, promulgated July 3, 1941, 
[1941.] 11 p. ([Opinion] 138.) [From B. T. A. Keiwrts, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

YaT 19: 5/44-138 

Texas-Canadian Oil Corporation, Ltd. (Canadian Company) if. commissioner of 
internal revenue; Texas-Canadian Oil Corporation (Delaware corporation) v. 
[same, facts and opinion] ; docket nos. 100183, 103852, promulgated July 8, 1941. 
[1941.] 9 p. ( [Opinion] 143.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-143 

Todd, William R. William R. Todd v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 101312, promulgated June 19, 1941. [1941.] 
11 p. ( [Opinion] 125.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-125 

Trianoi} Hotel Company v. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact 
and opinion] ; docket no. 95972, promulgated July 22, 1941. [1941.] 14 p. 
( [Opinion] 164.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-164 

Wadel, E. O. E. G. Wadel et al. r. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; 
docket nos. 101243-247, promulgated July 18, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. ([Opinion] 
159.) [From B. T. A. Reports, V. 44.] * Paper, 5c. Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-159 

Warrick, Dupuy G. Dupuy G. W^arrick r. commissioner of internal revenue, find- 
ings of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 98689. promulgated July 18, 1941. [1941.] 
6 p. ([Opinion] 163.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y3.T 19: 5/44-163 

Weingarton, J., Inc. J. Weingarten, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue 
[findings of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 99707, promulgated June 25, 1941. 
[1941.] 12 p. ([Opinion] 128.) [From B. T. A. Reports, v. 44.] * Paper, 5c. 

Y 3.T 19 : 5/44-128 

TEMPORARY NATIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE 

Petroleum. Investigation of concentration of economic power, study made for 
Temporary National Economic Committee, lOth Congress. 3d session, pursuant 
to IMiblic resolution 113 (7"th C(>ngress) : Monograph no. 39--A, Review and 
critici.sm on behalf of Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) and Sun Oil Co. of Mono- 
graph no. 39 with re.joinder by monograph author [Roy C. Cook]. 1941. vi+96 
p. (Senate committee print, 76th C<»ngress. .3d session.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-50954 Y 4.T 24 : M 75, no.39-A 

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July 1941 ^ 1085 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Electricity sales statistics for Apr. 1941, moutlily report 74. [1941.] [13] p. il. 
4" (Power Utilization Department.) [Processed.] f Y3.T 25: 13/74 

Oimtersville project, comprehensive report on planning, design, construction, and 
initial operations of Guntersviile project [with bibliographies]. Knoxville, 
Tenn. [no publisher] 1941. viii-f423 p. il. 1 pi. (Technical report 4.) 
t Cloth, $1.00, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, Tenn. 
L. C. card 41-50955 Y3.T25:17/4 

Precipitation in Tennessee River basin. May 1941. [1941.] [2] +15+ [8] leaves, 
il. 2 maps, 4" (Water Control Planning Department, Hydraulic Data Division.) 
[Monthly. I'rocessed.] t Tennessee Vallev Authority, Knoxville, Tenn. 
L. C. card 38-32755 Y3.T 25: 14/941-5 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Blocked nationals. Proclaimed list of certain blocked nationals, promulgated 

pursuant to Proclamation of Julv 17, 1941. [1941.] [l]+56 p. 4" * Paper, 
10c. 

L. C. card 41-50956 T 1.2: N 21/2/941 

Same, supp. 1, Julv 28. 1941. [1941.] [11+4 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. 

T 1.2 : N 21/2/941/supp.l 

ChcHhire, Orville. Claim for damages Incident to (operation of vessels of Coast 
Guard, estimate of appropriation to pay claim [of Orville Cheshire]. June 26, 
1941. 3 p. (S. doc. 82. 77th Cong. 1st .sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Claims. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (S. doc. 
80, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Schedule of claims allowed by General Accounting Office. June 26, 1941. 11 

p. ( S. doc. 78, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Commodity Credit Corporation, 1% percent notes of series G, due Feb. 15, 1945, 
dated and bearing interest from July 21, 1941, fully and unconditionally guar- 
anteed both as to interest and principal by United States, which guaranty is 
expressed on face of each note. July 10, 1941. [2] p. 4° (Department circu- 
lar 665; Fiscal Service. Public Debt Bureau.) t T 1.4/2 : 665 

Defentic savings bonds. Buv a share in America ; bv Ignace Jan PaderewskL 
[1941.] [8] p. il. narrow 16" [Broadcast from New York, May 16, 1941, on 
behalf of United States defense savings program.] t 
L. C. card 41-50977 T 1.31 : Am 3 

Defense savings bonds and stamps, what they are and part they play in 

defense program. [1941.] cover title, 16 p. il. t 

L. C. card 41-50978 T 1.2 : B 64/17 

Finance. Bulletin of Treasury Department, analysis of receipts and disburse- 
ments, composition of public debt, capital movements and monetary data, other 
treasury statistics. June 1941. [1941.] [4] +74 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 

pQcp/1 T "J" 

L. C. card 39-26387 T 1.3 : 941/6 

Daily statement of Treasury compiled from latest proved reports from 

Treasury offices and depositaries, July 1-31, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 
narrow f [Daily except Sundavs and holidays.] f 

L. C. card 15-3303 T 1.5 : 941 

Statement showing classified receipts and expenditures of the Government 

for fiscal years 1932-41 [and Comparative statement of public debt, 1932-41]. 
[1941.] 1 p. narrow f" t T 1.2 : R 24/3/932-41 

Pay, Army. Certain claims allowed by General Accounting Office, estimate of 
appropriation for payment of claims [for travel pay and allowance, volunteers, 
War with Spain in Philippine Islands]. June 26, 1941. 3 p. (S. doc. 79, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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1086 Government Publications 

Savings l)(mds. Regulations governing United States savings bonds. June 26, 
1041. 1 p. 4° ( 1st amendment to Department circular 530, 4th revision ; 
Fiscal Service, Public Debt Bureau.) t T 1.4/2 : 53()/r)/{imdt.l 

TrcasHrij decisioim under customs, inUrnal revenue, narcotic, and other laws, 
including decisions of t'ust(ims Court and Court of Customs and Patent Apiieals, 
v. 77, no. 1-5; July 3-31, 1941. [1941.] various paging. [Weekly.] * Paper, 
10c. single copv. $3.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription. $4.70. 

L. C. card 10-30490 T 1.11/2 : 77/1-5 

COAST GUARD 

Coast anard huUeti)u v. 1,110.25 \Ju\\ 1941. [1941.] p. 195-201. [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 39-29105 T 47.21 : 1/25 

Notices to mariners. Not'ce to mariners, affecting lights, buoys, and other aids 

to navigation, no. 27-31; July 2-30, 1941. [1941.] [x] +360-^43 leaves. 
[Weekly.] f 

L. C. ca rd 7-20609 T 47.19 : 941/27-31 

Notice to mariners. Great Lakes, affecting lights, buoys, and other aids to 

navigation, no. 18-21 : July 3-25. 1941. [Lichty Printing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 
July 2-24, 1941.] [viii] +99-123 leaves, il. [Weekly. A processetl supple- 
ment to no. 21. 1 p.f°, with title St. Marys River, Mich., table of allowable drafts 
for Middle Neebish Channel was issued also.] f Commander, Cleveland Dis- 
trict, Coast Guard, Cleveland, Ohio. T 47.20 : 941/18-21 

Pay. [Pay and supply instructions], circular 6; Apr. 25. 1941. [1941.] 15 p. 
[Processed. Circular 6 is : Allotments for fiscal year 1942 and cancels Pay 
and suppl.v instructions circular 6, May 1. 1940. and circular 6A, Aug. 25. 1940. 
Issued in loose-leaf form.] t T 47.8/2: 6/4 

Same, circular 17 : May 3, 1941. [1941.] 6+[l]p. [Processed. Issued 

in loose-leaf form. Amendment to Circular 7.] | T 47.8/2: IT 

Pay and supply instructions [Coast Guard, 1939]. anult. 34; Apr. 25, 1941. 

[1941.] 9 p. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf form.] J 

T 47.8 : P 29/3/93&/amdt.34 

Same, anuU. 35; Apr. 30, 194i. [1941.] 6 p. [Processed. Issued in 

loose-leaf form.] | T 47.8 : P 29/3/939/amdt.35- 

Same, amdt. 36: May 9, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. [Processed. Is.<5ued in loose- 
leaf form. ] t T 47.8 : P 29/3/939/amdt. 36 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY 

Natioxal hanks. Individual statement^: of condition of national banks (and non- 
national banks in District of Columbia), at close of bi;siness Dec. 31, 1940. 
1941. 195 p. [Table R, report of comptroller of currency, 1940.] * Paper. 20c. 
L. C. card 2»-26354 T 12.1 : 940/2- 

Monthi.v statement of capital stock of national banks, national bank notes, 

and Federal reserve bank notes (old series) outstanding; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. narrow f° (Bookkeeping Division. I t 

L. C. card 10-21666 T 12.9 : 941/r 

FISCAL SERVICE 

ACCOUNTS BXJBEAU 

Puhlic debt. Statement of public debt of United States, Mar. 31, 1941. [1941.] 
4 p. narrow f" ( [Bookkeeping and Warrants Division.] ) [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 10-21268 T 63.112 : 941/3. 

Relief work. Report showing status of funds and analyses of expenditures, Public 
Works Administration of Federal Works Agency, as of May 31, 1941. [1941.] 
cover title, [1] +22 p. oblong 8° t T 63.108 : 941/5 

Report showing status of funds, emergencv relief appropriation acts for 

fiscal years 1935-41, as of June 30, 3941. [1941.] cover title, [3] +31 p. il. 
oblong 8" [Monthly.] f T 63.107: 941/6. 

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July 1941 1087 



PUBLIC DKBT BUKEAXJ 



Money. Circulation statement of United States money, May 31, 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly.] j 
L. C. card 10-21267 T 63.207 : 941/5 

TREASURER OF UNITED STATES 

Paper money. Monthly statement, paper currency of each denomination out- 
standing June 30, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. oblong 16" t T 63.307 : 941/6 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU 

Bottles. List of glas.s manufacturers to whom jiermits to manufacture liquor 
bottles have been issued. July 1, 1941. [1941. | 12 p. 4" (Alcohol Tax Unit.) 
[Processed. Aulhorized to operate during calendar year 1941.] f 

T 22.2 : G 46/941-2 

Income. Statistics of income for 1938: pt. 1, compiled from individual income 
tax returns, liduciary income tax returns, estate tax returns, and gift tax re- 
turns ; prepared by Statistical Section, Income Tax Unit. 1941. vi+328 p. 
* Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card 18-26569 T 22.35 : 938/3/pt.l 

■ Statistics of income for 1939, preliminary report of individual income tax 

returns and taxable fiduciary income tax returns filed Jan.-June 1940; pre- 
pared by Statistical Section, Income Tax Unit. 1941. iii-f29 p. * Paper, 10c. 

T 22.35 : 939 

Internal revenue bulletin, 1941, no. 27-30; July 7-28, 1941. 1941. various paging. 
[Weekly. Include Rulings 10762-797. J 
L. C. card 22-261)51 T 22.23/1 : 941/27-30 

Note. — The Internal revi'nuc l)ullelin service fur 1941 will consist of weekly bulletins 
and semiannual cumulative bulletins. Tlv^ 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 cumulative bulletins 
will contain all rulings and decisions (including Treasury decisions) published during 
the previous 6 months. The complete bulletin service may be obtained on a sub.scnption 
basis, from the Superintendent of Documents, (iovcrnment Printing Office, Washington, 
D. C, for $8.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, .'i;4.25. 

Liquors. Regulations 24, liquors and aiticles from Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands 
and Philippine Islands, 1941. 1941. x+81 p. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50852 T 22.17 : 24/6 

PROCUREMENT DIVISION 

Government supplies. General schedule of supplies: classes 11 and 41 Pumps 
and hand tools, Aug. 1, 1941-July 31, 1942. 1941. 11 p. 4" J 
L. C. card 16-26857 T 58.8 : 11, 41/941^2 

Same : class 35, supp. 1, Periodicals and law books, July 1, 1941-June 30 

1942. [1941.] 17 p. 4° [Processed.] t T 58.8 : 35/940-41/supp.l 

Same: class 38, Brooms, brushes, and mopping apparatus. Aug. 1, 1941-July 

31, 1942. [1941.] 3 p. 4" [Processed.] $ T 58.8 : 38/941^2 

Same: classes 46-48, Metals, July 1-Sept. 30, 1941. [1941.] 8 p 4° 

[Processed.] | T 58.8 : 46-48/941-2 

Same: class 51, supp. 7, Acids and chemicals, Aug. 1, 1941-Jau. 31, 1942. 

[1941.] 3 p. 4° [Processed.] $ T 58.8 : 51/941-42/supp.7 

Same : class 54, Office equipment, July 1, 1941-June 30, 1942. 1941. 28 p. 

4° t T 58.8 : 54/941-42 

Same: class 54, supp. 1, Repair and maintenance of typewriters July 1 

1941-June 30, 1942. 1941. 14 p. 4° | T 58.8 : 54/941^2/supp.l 

Same : class 54, supp. 2, Rental, repair, and maintenance of certain office 

machines, July 1, 1941-June 30, 1942. 1941. 30 p. 4° J 

T 58.8 : 54/941-42/SUPP.2 

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1088 Government Publications 

Oovernment supplies — Continued. 

Same : class 54, supp. 3, Office equii)niont. July 1, 1941-.Tune 80, 1942. 1941. 

4 p. 4° t T .^.8.8 : 54/941-42/supp.3 

Same : clas.s 54, snpp. 4. Repair of nnnibeiing machines and certain type- 
writer parts, July 1, 1941- June 30, 1942. [1941.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] i 

T 58.8 : .^4/941-42/.supp.4 

Same : class 56, Meats, groceries, and other proyisions, July 1-Oct. 31, 1941. 

1941. 8 p. 4° t T 58.8 : 56/941-2 

Same: class 63, sumx 3, Water coolers, July 1, 1941-May 31. 1942. [1941.1 

4 p. 4" [Processed.] $ T 58.8 : 63/940-41/supp.3 

Same: class 72, Footwear and rubber clothing, Aug. 1, 1911-Julv 31, 1942. 

[1941.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] t T 58.8 :" 72/941^2 

General schedule of supplies circular 401 and 4G2; July 1 and 15, 1941. 

[1941.1 Each [l]+3 leaves, 4" [Processed. Circulars 461-A to 461-(;, and 
462-A were issued also.] J T 58.4 : 461. 462 

FEDEniAL STANDARD STOCK CATALOG DiyiSION 

Note. — In the list below, some of the Amendments, dated after Oct. 10, ^QH^. are for 
speciflcations issued by the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Board (now Federal Standard 
Stock Catalo? I'ivision) while it was under the Budget Bureau, and for these, the old 
classifi ation T .51.7/8 : is retained in order that thej' may be filed with the publications 
to which they belong. The following publications except the Emergency alternate Feder.il 
specifications, are issued with perforations for insertion in binders. 

Government supplies. Federal standard stock catalog: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency 
alternate Federal specification for aluminum-alloy (Al-24) (aluminuni-cop]ier- 
magnesium (1.50%) -manganese), bars. rods, shapes and wire; June 14, 1941. 
[1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-A-354 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5. Emergency alternate Federal specification for aluminum- 
alloy (Al-52) (aluminiuii-magnesiura-chromium). plates, sheets and strips; 
June 14, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t T .58.10/3 : E-QQ-A-318 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal si>ecification for i)oxes and 

outlet-fittings, floor, (for) rigid-steel-conduit and electric-metallic-tublng 
(steel) ; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-W-B-616 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for brass 

castings (to be brazed) ; June 16, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-H-601 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for brass, 

commercial and nayal, castings ; June 16, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-B-621 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for bronze, 

castings ; June 20. 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-()Q-B-691a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency idternate Federal specification for bronze, 

manganese, castings; June 20, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 4" [Processed] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-B-726a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for cable 

(armored and lead-coyered-armored) and cord (armored). (600-yolt service 
and under) ; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-J-C-71 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for conduit, 

steel, rigid, zinc-coated; May 23, 1941 [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.! t 

T 58.10/3 : E-WW-r'-581a 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for fittings, 

cable and conduit; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-W-F-406 

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July 1941 1089 

Oovernment supplies — Continued. 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for nails, 

spikes, .staples, and tacks ; May 15, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-FF-N-101 

Same: sec. 4, pr. 5, Emergency alternate P'ederal specification for outlet- 
bodies, iron (casi or malleable), cadmium- or zinc-coated, with covers and acces- 
sories (for shore use) ; May 23, 1941 [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Proce.ssed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-W-O-806 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for outlet- 
boxes, steel, cadmium- or zinc-coated, with covers and accessories ; ]\Iav 23, 1941. 
[1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-W-0-821a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for panel- 
boards, equipped with autoraatic-circuit-breakers ; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 
4° [Processed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-W-P-131 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for panel- 
boards, equipped with fuse-coiuiections, or switches and fuse-connections; May 
23,1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-W-P-146 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for raceways 

and fittings, metallic, underfloor; Mav 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-W-R-36 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal .specification for raceways 

and fittings, non-metallic, underfioor; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-W-R^l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for strapping, 

flat, nailless, steel, painted and zinc-c<, ated (galvanized) ; Mav 15. 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. 4" [Processed.] f T 5ai0/3 : E-QQ-S-781 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency .ilternate Federal specification for table- 
ware, silver-plated ; June 20, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-RR-T-51a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for tubing, 

electrical, metallic; May 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

T 58.10/3 : E-WW-T-806a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for wire, 

bale-tie, single-loop; June 20, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-W-311 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for wire, 

phosphor-bronze, spring; May 5, 1941 [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-W-401 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Emergency alternate Federal specification for wire, 

steel, zinc-coated (for wire-bound boxes) ; June 20, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t T 58.10/3 : E-QQ-W-446 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal .specification for blinds, Venetian, wood-slat, 

amdt. 2 ; Apr. 25, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. il. 12" [Supersedes Amendment 1, May 4, 
1940.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : LLL-B-441/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cement, portland ; Apr. 29, 

1941. [1941.] 4 p. 12" [Supersedes Fed. spec. SS-C-liila, Sept. 30, 1936.] 
* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : SS-C-191b 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal .specification for cement, portland, moderate- 

heat-of -hardening; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. spec. 
SS-C-206, Sept. 30, 1936.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : SS-C-20€a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cement, portland, sulphate- 
resisting; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. spec. SS-C-211, 
Sept. 30, 1936.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : SS-C-211 a 

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1090 Government Publications 

Government supplies — Continued. 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cements, iiydranlic, general 

specifications (methods for sampling, inspection, and testing) : April 17. 1941. 
[lf)41.] 37 p. 11. 12*' [Supersedes Fed. spec. SS-C-158, Sept. 30, 1936.] * Paper, 
10c. T 58.10/3 : SS-C-15Sa 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cleaners, file, combination 

(brush and card) ; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 12" * Paper, oc. 

T ;j8.10/3 : H-C-421 

Same: sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for compound, sweeping; Apr. 9, 

1941. [1941.] 7 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. .spec. P-C-591, July 5. 1933.] * Paper, 
5c. T 58.10/3 : P-C-591a 

Same : sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for enamel, water-resisting, red, 

amdt. 2 ; Apr. 17, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 1. Mar. 193C.] 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-E-531a/amdt. 2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for fans, electric, bracket and desk 

types, rigid blades (for shore usei. anidt. 1; Apr. 9. 1941. [1041.] 2 p. 12° 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : W-F-lOla/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4. pt. 5. Federal specification for hoes, garden and mortar ; 

Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. il. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : GGG-H^96 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for hose, fire, cotton, rubber- 
lined : Apr. 29. 1941. [1941.] 9 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. spec. ZZ-H-451. M\y 
26, 1931.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZ-H-451a 

Same : sec. 4. pt. 5. Federal specification for hose, gasoline, wire-stiffened, 

amdt. 1 ; Apr. 9, 1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZ-H-471/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for hose, spray, amdt. 2 : Apr. 25, 

1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 1, Oct. 1936.] * Paper, 5c. 

T 51.7/8 : ZZ-H-521/amdt. 2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for kerosene; Apr. 9, 1941. [1941.] 

3 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. spec. VV-K-211, Sept. 5, 1933.] * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : VV-K-211a 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for lamps, electric, incandescent, 

miniature, tungsten-filament, amdt. 3: Apr. 25. 1041. 1941. 1 p. 12° [Super- 
sedes Amendment 2. Apr. 5. 1940.] * Paper. 5c. T 58.10/3 : W-L^lllb/amdt. 3 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for lockers, clothes, steel, amdt. 2; 

Apr. 25. 1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 1. Mar. 1936.] * Paper, 
5c. T 51.7/8 : AA-Lr-486/amdt. 2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for matting, rubber, amdt. 2 ; Apr. 

25, 1041. [1941.] 2 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 1. Oct. 1936.] * Paper. 5c. 

T 51.7/8 : ZZ-M-71/amdt. 2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for matting, riibber (for use 

around electrical apparatus or circuits not exceeding 3.000 volts to ground), 
amdt. 2: Apr. 25. 1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 1. Sept. 23. 
1938.] * Paper, 5c. T 51.7/8 : ZZ-M-81/amdt. 2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for oats, rolled or flaked, amdt. 1 ; 

Apr. 9, 1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : N-0-41a/amdt. 1 

Same: sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for paint, ready-mixed and semi- 
paste, exterior, chrome-green; Apr. 9. 1941. [1941.] 16 p. 12° [Supersedes 
Fed. spec. TT-P-71, Aug. 19, 1930.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-P-71a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for paper, articulating; Apr. 25, 

1941. [1941.] 3 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : GG-P-106 

- Same: sec. 4, pt. 5. Federal specification for pins. oflEice, amdt. 1; Apr. 17, 
1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : FF-P-401a/amdt. 1 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for radioactive-luminous-comptound 

and adhesives; Apr. 9, 1941. [1941.] 10 p. il. 12° * Paper. 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-R-58 

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July 1941 1091 

Oovernment supplies — Continued. 

Same: see. 4, pt. 5, Federal specjfication for tires and tubes (inner), bi- 
cycle; Apr. 29. 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 12" [Supersedes Fed. spec. ZZ-T-401, 
Aug. 1, 1933.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZ-T-401a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for valves, cylinder, oxygen (for 

standard industrial cylinders), amdt. 1; Apr. 17. 1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° 
* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : WW-V-61/amdt. 1 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for vinegar, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 14, 

1941. 1941. 1 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : Z-V-401a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4 pt. 5, Federal specification for wood-preservative, anthracene- 
oil (for) brush, spray, or open-tank treatment ; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 12° 
[Supersedes part of Fed. spec. TT-W-561a, Jan. 9, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 :TT-W-531 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specifications for wood-preservative, chro- 

mated-zinc-chloride ; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-W-551 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for wood-preservative, coal-tar- 
creosote; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 12" [Supersedes Fed. spec. TT-W-556, 
Apr. 28, 1931.] * Paijer, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-W-556a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for wood-preservative, coal-tar- 
creosote (crystal-free), (for) brush, spray, or open-tank treatment; Apr. 29, 
1941. [1941.] 4 p. 12" [Supersedes part of Fed. spec. TT-W-561a, Jan. 9, 
1934.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-W-560 

■ ■ Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal spe-r-ification for wood-preservative, creosote- 
petroleum-solution ; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 12° * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-W-568 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for wood-preservative, zinc-chlo- 
ride; Apr. 29, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 12° [Supersedes Fed. spec. T^iMV-Sie, 
Apr. 28, 1931.] * Paper. 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-W-576a 

Supplement 27-29 to Index of Federal specifications, revised to July 1, 

1940 ; June 11-18, 1941. [1941.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

T 58.10/3 : ind./940. supp.27-29 

RESEARCH AND STATISTICS DIVISION 

Bonds of -United States. Market prices and yields of outstanding bonds, notes, 
and bills of United States during May 1941. [1941.] 4 p. f° [Monthly.] t 

T 62.7 : 941/5 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Medical bulletin of Veterans' Administration, v. 18, no. 1, July 1941 ; Martin 

Cooley, editor. 1941. ix+1-127 p. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, 
50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75e. 

L. C. card 25-26672 VA 1.9 : 18/1 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Army regulations. 

Note. — Army regulations are administrative regulations for the military service and are 
issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose-leaf binders. 
95-20. Air Corps: Air Corps Board; July 3, 1941. 1941. 1 p. [Supersedes AR 95- 
20, Nov. 9, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. W1.6'l:95 2U/4 

140-5. Officers' Reserve Corps: Reserve officers not general officers, effective July 1, 
1941; June 17, 3941. [1941.1 03 p. [Super.sedes AR 140-5, June 16, 1936, 
and various sections of certain circulars.] * Paper, 10c. W 1.6/1 : 140-5/5 
380-5. Safeguarding military inforniation ; June IS, 1941. [1941.] 34 p. [Super- 
sedes AR 3S0-5, June 10, 1939, and various sections of certain circulars.] 
* Paper, 10c. W 1.6/1 : 380-5/2 

605-245. Commissioned officers: Retirement; June 17, 1941. [1941.] 7 p. [Supersedes 
AR 605-245, July 20, 1937.] * Paper. 5c. W 1.6/1 : 605-245/4 

850-250. Regulations for State guards; Apr. 21, 1941. [1941.] 7 p. * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6/1 : 850-250 

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1092 Government Publications 

Bulletin 16-18; June 24-July 16, 1941. [1941.] various paging. [Issued with 
perforations.] t W 3.3 : 941/16-18 

Circ»/ar 117-143; June 18-July 15, 1941. [1941.] various paging, il. [Processed. 
Issued with perforations.] t W 1.4/2: 941/117-143 

Field viat})(als. Basic field manual : Elementary map and aerial photograph 
reading [with list of references] ; prepared under direction of chief of engineers. 
1941. iii + lOa p. il. 2 p. of maps, 12" (FM 21-25.) [Supersedes chap, o, Basic 
field manual, v. 1, Apr. 2. 193S.] * Paper, 30c. W 1.33 : 21-25 

Note. — Field manuals consist of a serios of pamphlfts containing training and reference 
data and instructions relative to the tactics and technique involved in tlie employment 
of the arm.s and services of the Army. 

Signal Corps field manual : Organizations and operations in Corps. Army, 

theater of operations, and GHQ: Changes 1. [1941] 9 leaves, il. 12" (FM 
11-20 [changes] 1.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 11-20/ch.l 

General orders 6 and 7; June 25 and July 15. 1941. [1941.] Each 2 p. [Issued 
with perforations.] t W 3.22 : 941/6, 7 

Special orders 152-177; July 1-31. 1941. [1941.] various paging. [Daily except 
Sundays and holidays.] t W 3.23 : 941/152-177 

Tables of organization. % 

Note. — The Tables of organization are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. 

1-267. Air Corps squadron, observation, armored force; .June 11. 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 

1.25.5. Aug. 1. 1939.] W 1.25: 1-257 

1-267. Air Corps squadron, observation, armored force: June 11. 1941. [1941.] op. 

W 1.25 : 1-267 

1-717. Air Corps squadron, staflf; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. W 1 25 : 1-717 

7-15NG. Infantry battalion, r fle, effective t^ept. 15. 1941 : Mny 15. 1941. 1941. 1 p. 

(National Guard Bureau.) [Supersedes T/0 7-15 NG. .approved Jan. 11. 

1940.] W 1.25: 7-15 NG/2 

Technical manuals. Military dictionary (advance installment) ; iirepared by 
Military Dictionarv Project. 1941. (TM 30-257.) * Paper, 45c. 

W 1.35 : 30-257 

pt. 1. English-Fortugupse. [6]-f-l«.3 p. 
pt. 2. Portuguese-English. [4] +190 p. 

Note. — Technical manuals consist of a series of pamphlets supplementing the Field 
manuals covering subjects, the separate treatment of wh'cli is considered essential to a 
fuller accomplishment of the training pre.-cribed in the Field manual series. The scope 
of this series includes pamphlets describing materiel and containing instructions for the 
operation, care, and handling thereof ; guidebooks for instructors and specialists ; material 
for extension courses ; reference books ; and the like. 

Technical manual : Chassis, body, and trailer units [with list of refer- 
ences; prepared under direction of quartermaster general]. [1941.] cover 
title, 100 p. il. (TM 10-560.) * Paper, loe. AV 1.35: 10-560 

Same: Hand, measuring, and power tools [with list of references; pre- 
pared under direction of quartermaster general]. [1941.] cover title. 121 
p. il. (TM 10-590.) * Paper, 20c. W 1.35: 10-590 

Same : Ordnance maintenance, battery commander's telescope, M1915A1 

[with list of references; prepared under direction of chief of ordnance]. 
[1941.] cover title, 21 p. il. (TM 9-1580.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 9-1580 

Same: Ordnance maintenance, range finders. 1-meter base and 80-cm base, 

all types [with list of references: prepared inid'^r direction of chief of ord- 
nance]. [1941.] cover title, 107 p. il. (TM 9-1585.) * Paper, 15c. 

W 1.35 : 9-1585 

Same: Ordnance maintenance, setters, fuze, bracket. M1916 series, setters, 

fuze, hand. M1912 and M1913 series [with list of references : prepared under 
direction of chief of ordnance]. [1941.] cover title. 22 p. il. (T:M {>-1590.) 
* Paper, lOc. W 1.3." : 9 -1590 

Same: Ordnance maintenance, si.srht. M1901 (^French) [with list of refer- 
ences; prepared under direction of chief of ordnance]. [1941.] cover title, 
36p.il. (TM 9-1550.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35: 9-1550 

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July 1941 1093 

Technical matiuals — Continued. 

Same : Preservation and care of seacoast defense materiel [with list of 

references; prepared under direction of chief of coast artillery]. [1941.] 
cover title, 26 p. (TM 4-245.) [Supersedes TR 1160-20, July 1, 19:33, including 
Changes 1, Jan. 2, 1935, and chap. 5, pt. 2, Coast artillery field manual, v. 1, 
Feb. 1, 1933.] * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 4-245 

Same: Rail transportation, zone of interior [with list of references; pre- 
pared under direction of quartermaster general]. [1941.] cover title, 233 p. il. 
(TM 10-370.) * Paper, 35c. W 1.35 : 10-370 

Same: Reel unit RL-31 ; [prepared under direction of chief signal officer]. 

[1941.] cover title, 16 p. il. (TM 11-362.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 11-362 

Same: 75-mm gun materiel, M1897. and modifications [with list of refer- 
ences; prepared under direction of chief of ordnance]. [1941.] cover title, 
202 p. il. (TM 9-305.) [Sui^ersedes TR 320-95, Mar. 25, 1925 (including 
Changes 1, Jan. 3, 1927), and in part TR 1305-A, Feb. 1, 1933.] * Paper, 25c. 

W 1.35 : 9-305 

Training ciycuJar 41-45; June 27-July 14. 1941. [1941.] various i)aging. [Proc- 
essed. Issued with perforations.] % W 1.36 : 941/41-45 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Army directory, Apr. 20, 1941. [1941.] cover title, ii+370 p. large 8" [Semi- 
annual.] * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card 9-35106 W 3.10: 941/1 

United Stateft Army recriiitiiif/ ncir.s. July 1941 ; v. 23, no. 7. [Recruiting Publicity 

Bureau, Governors Island. N. Y.. July 1, 1941.] 20 p. il. large 8° [Monthly.] 
t Recruiting Publiiitv Bureau, Governors Island, N. Y. 

L. C. card War 22-1 W 3.45 : 23/7 

War Department. Compilation of War Department General orders. Bulletins, 

and Circulars [Sept. 1, 1940; supp. 1], Apr. 1, 1941. 1941. ii+235 p. * Paper, 

25c. W 3.2 : G 28/8/940/supp. 1 

AIR CORPS 

Air Corps news letter, v. 24, no. 8 [&-]12; May 1-June 15, 1941. [1941.] various 
paging, il. 4° [Semimonthly. Processed. Volume 24, no. 9, dated May 1, 1941. 
incorrectly numbered 8.] } W 87.19 : 24/9-12 

ENGINEER DEPARTMENT 

Cold Spring Inlet, N. J., letter submitting report on reexamination of Cold Spring 
Inlet, N. J. June 11. 1941. 11 p. map. (H. doc. 262, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 10c. 

Eight-hour day. Text of 8-hour laws of Aug. 1. lSt)2, June 19, 1912, and Mar. 3, 
1913. [Reprint 1941.] 5 p. t W 7.6/3 : Ei 4/1-5 

Fernandina HarT)or and Amelia River, Fla., letter submitting report on reexam- 
ination of Fernandina Harbor and Amelia River, Fla. June 19, 1941. 15 p. 
map. (H. doc. 284, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Mare Island Strait. San Pablo Bay and Mare Island Strait, Calif. (Pinole Shoal 
and Mare Island channel and turning basin, Calif.), letter submitting report 
on reexamination of Pinole Shoal and Mare Island channel and turning basin, 
Calif. May 21, 1941. 12 p. map. (H. doc. 217, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [This 
report is confined to Mare Island Strait.] * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-50811 

Mississippi River. Mississippi River at Winona, Minn., letter submitting report 
on reexamination of Mississippi River, with view to determining advisability of 
improvement of harbor at Winona, Minn. June 12, 1941. 16 p. map. (H. doc. 
263, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50856 

Report upon improvement of Mississippi River between Missouri River 

and Minneapolis, Minn. 1941. iii+1152-75-f 1381-1436+1450-61 p. [Extract 
Y from annual report of chief of engineers, 1940.] f W 7.1/la : M 693/15/940 

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1094 Government Publications 

Orders. |Ordoi-s mid regulations, Corps of Engineers, Army: chap. 1, Organiza- 
tion and administration ; Jan. 1."), 1989.] t W 7.8/2 : l/2/p.2a, rev.-3, etc. 
Revisrd pat-'os : 

p. 2ii; IMav 24. 1041]. 
p. 9-10: [May 24. 1941]. 
p. 11-12; [June 3, 1941]. 

Same: [chap. 2, Correspondence and reports; Mav 1, 1940.1 t 

W 7.8/2 : 2/3/p.l9-20,rev. 

Revised pages : 

p. 19-20; [May 24, 1941]. 

Same: [chap. 7, Claims and claims litigation, contracts, methods of pur- 
chase ; revised to ]\lay 1. 1940.] t W 7.8/2 : 7/4/p.57-58, rev. 
Revised paces : 

p. 57-58; [May 24, 1941]. 

[Orders and regulations, Corps of Engineers, Army, 1940: chap. 10, Admin- 
istration of civil service in Engineer Department at Large; June 1, 1940.] t 

W 7.8/2 : 10/4/p.45-46,rev. 

Revised pages : 

p. 45-4G; [May 24, 1941] 

St. Alarys River, Mich., letter submitting report on reexamination of Great Lakes 
connecting channels, with view to determining if it is advisable to provide addi- 
tional lockage facilities at St. Marys Falls Canal. Mich. May 21, 1941. 24 p. 
2 maps. (H. doc. 218, 77th Cong. Ist sess.) * Paper, 15c. 
L.C. card 41-50812 

MISSISSIPPI KIVEB COMMISSION 

Note. — The publications of the Mississippi River Commission consist of annual reports, 
annual pamphUts showing daily river staples, annual pamphlets showing daily river dis- 
charge, and annual pamphlets showing results of river discharge measurements ; also 
puhlications of the Waterways Experiment Station operating under the direction of the 
Mississippi River Commission. The Mississippi River Commission publishes maps and 
charts of the Mississippi River; navigation maps of the IMississippi River from Cairo, 111., 
to the Gulf of Mexico, La. ; and wall maps, in colors, of the lower Mississippi River 
Valley from the head of the St. Francis Basin near Cape (iirardeau. Mo., to the Gulf of 
Mexico. La., scale 1 : 500 000 and 1 : 250.000. Topographic quadrangle maps in colors, 
scale 1 : 62,500 of the alluvial valley of the lower Mississippi River are also pub- 
lished by the Mississippi River Commission ; the topograpbic quadrangle maps comprise 
over 200 sheets and cover portions of the States of Missouri. Illinois. Kentucky. Arkansas. 
Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana adjacent to the Mississippi River and tributaries, 
witli an area of almost 51.000 square miles mapped. All are sale publications obtainable 
only from the Mississippi River Commission, except the animal reports which are issued by 
the Superintendent of Documents. No discount is allowed. Requests for information as to 
lists of publications and maps and method of making" remittance should be addressed to : 
The Mississippi River Commission, P. O. Box 80, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Topographic quadrangle maps 

4rA-aHS(7.s-Missis.sippi, Lamont quadrangle, lat. 33°30'-33°45'. long. 91°-91°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 5 ft. Edition of 1939, Engineer Reproduction 
Plant, Army War College, Washington, D. C. 1941. 17X15 in. t lOc, Missis- 
sippi River Commission, Vicksburg, Miss. W 31.9 : L 191/939 

Louisiana, Donaldsonville quadrange, lat. 30°-30°15', long. &0°45'-91°. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 5 ft. Edition of 1939, Engineer Reproduction Plant, 
Army War College, Washington, D. C, 1941. 17X15 in. t lOc, Mississippi 
River Commission, Vicksburg, Miss. W 31.9 : D 714/939 

NORTHEEN AND KOETHWESTEKN LAKES SURVEY 

Note. — Charts of the Great Lakes and connecting waters and St. Lawrence River to the 
international boundary of St. Regis, of Lake of the Woods, of Rainy Lake, of Lake Cham- 
pl.ain. and of the natural navigable waters of the New York State canals are prepared and 
sold by the U. S. Lake Survey OtHco, 605 Federal Building, Detro't, M-ch. Charts may also 
be purchased at the following U. S. engineer offices; 710 Army Building, New York, N. X.; 
322 Fed.ral BuiMiug, Albany. N. Y. ; .540 Federal Building, Buffalo, N. Y. ; and Canal Office. 
Sault Ste. Mario. .Mich. A catalog (with index map), showing Icicalities, scales, prices, and 
conditions of sale, may be had upon applicatit)n at any of these offices. 

A descriptive bulletin, which supplements the charts and gives detailed information as 
to liarbors. shore lines and shoals, magnetic dr-terminations, and particulars of changing 
conditions affecting navigatiin, may be piircliased for 75 certs from the U. S. Lake Survey 
Office and from the Superintendent of Documents. The bulletin is revised annually and 

How to order publications — See General Information 



July 1941 1095 

issued at the opening of navigation (Ln April). Supplements thereto are published monthly 
during the navigation season and are sent free to all who purchase the bulletin. 

Complete sets of charts and publications may be seen at the U. S. Engint^er offices in 
Duluth. Minn.. Milwaukee, Wis., Chicago, 111., and Cleveland, Ohio, and at the Office, Chief 
of Engineers, U. S. Army, Was-hington, D. C, but they are obtainable only at the sales offices 
above mentioned. 

Oreat Lakes. Supplemeut 2, June 27, 1941, correctious and additions to Bulletin 
50, Survey of northern and northwestern lakes ; to supplement informatioji 
given upon charts of Great Lakes. U. S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich. 
[June 21, 1941]. 12 leaves, 4° f W 33.3 : 50/supp.2 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT 

Finance circulars, t 

Note. — Finance circulars contain instructions and information of a relatively per- 
manent character pertaining to the performance of the technical duties of finance and 
disbursing officers and of property auditors. Though bearing dates they are grouped 
accorciing to subject matter. IJach group of circulars is designated by a letter, and the 
circulars in each group are numbered consecutively. Numbered changes are issued sep- 
arately for each circular as required. Issued with a T-hole punch for binding. 
B-8. Disbursing officers' checks, Changes 3 ; June 16, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Procissod.] 

W 97.5/3: B-8/4/ch.3 
B-10. Accounting for pay of civilian emplovees and retirement deductions Iherefrum, 
Changes 1 ; .Tune 2, 1941. [1941.1 1 p. (Processed.] W 97.5/3 : B~]0/4/ch.l 
B-13. Special deposit funds, Changes 1; June 6, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 : B-l:;/3/ch.l 
B-14. Blank forms. Finance Department and miscellaneous, Changes 4 : June 23. 1941. 
[1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] W 97.5/3 : B-14/4/ch.4 

B-15. Blank forms, standard forms. Changes 5; June 23, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Proc- 
essed. ] W 97.5/3 : B-15/3/ch.5 
B-17. Suspensions and disallowances, duty of disbursing officers. Changes 3; May 20, 
1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Process'^d.J ' W 97.5/3 : B-lT/2/ch.3 
C-1. Station list, arms, services, and bureaus of War Department, headrjuarters of 
departments, corps areas, etc., and constructing quartermasters. Changes 1 ; 
May 10, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] W 97.5/3 : C-l/4/ch.l 
D-2. War Department procurement code: Office Secretary of War [etc.l ; June 15. 1941. 
[1941.] 23 p. [Processed.] W 97.5/3 : D-2 /13 
D-3. Same: Finance Department (includes O. R. C. and R. O. T. C.) ; June 15. 1941. 
[1941.] 19 p. [Processed.] W 97.5/3 : D-3/13 
D-4. Same: Quartermaster Corps; June 15, 1941. [1941.] 54 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 :D-4/12 
D-5. Same : Signal Corps ; June 15, 1941. [1941.] 13 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 :D-5/4 
D-6. Same: [Air Corps], Changes 2; May 16, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. [Proce.s.sed.] 

W 97.5/3 : D-6/ll/ch. 2 
D-7. Same: Medical Department; June 15, 1941. [1941.] 13 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 : D-7/11 
D-8. Same: [Corps of Engineers], Changes 2; May 16, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. [Proc- 
essed.] W 97.5/3 : D-8/ll/ch.2 
D-14. Technical duties of finance and disbursing officers : Civilian Conservation Corps 
procurement code F. Y. 1941, Changes 6; May 5, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 
[ Processed. ] W 97.5/3 : D-14/5/ch. 6 
D-16. National Selective Service System procurement code : Selective Service System 
(trans, to War), (S. S. S.), 0400, 1942, General Accounting Office and Treasury 
Department appropriation symbol no. 21-9020400 to be disbursed under symbol 
no. 208-700 series; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. [Processed.l 

W 97.5/3 :D-16/2 

D-17. Defense aid procurement code: War Department; May 15. 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 

[Processed.] Supersedes Finance circular D— 17, Apr. 10, 1941. and Changes 1 

and 2.] W 97.5/3 : D-17/2 

Same, Changes 1 ; May 22, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 : D-17/2/ch. 1 
Same, Changes 2 ; June 20, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. [Processed.] 

W 97.5/3 : D-17/2/ch. 2 

F-32. Official mileage tables: Ord, Fort, Calif., Changes 1; June 5, 1941. [1941.] 

1 p. 4° [Processed.] W 97.5/3 : F-32/2/ch. 1 

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU 

National Guard regulations, t 

Note. — National Guard regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. They are printed as they are prepared and approved regardless of the 
serial numbers of the several pamphlets, and are the only National Guard regulations 
now in force. 

1. General provisions : National Guard ; Mav 16, 1941. [1941.] 27 p. [Supersedes 
NGR 1, Oct. 15, 1928, NGR 2, Dec. 31, 1924 and Changes 1, Oct. 15. 1927, NGR 
3. Aug. 9. 1933, NGR 10, May 1. 1928. NGR 35. May 1, 1925, NGR 36, Mar. 15, 
1929, NGR 37, July 16, 1924, NGR 77. June 30. 1927. NGR SO, Jan. 13. 1928, 
NGR 81, Oct. 16, 1930, NGR 82, May 6, 1925, NGR 83, July 16, 1925, NGR 84, May 6, 
1925.] W 70.7/4: 1/3 

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1096 Government Publications 

National Guard regulations — Continued. 

50. National Guard funds, Changes 1 : June 4, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. W 70.7/4 : 50/3/ch.l 

58. I'ederal pay and allowances, Changes 6; May 5, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. [Supersedes 

Changes 5. NGK 58, June Vi, 1931.] ' W 70.7/4 : 5.S/2/ch. 6 

79. Animals, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1941. 1941. 1 p. W 70.7/4 : 79/5/ch. 1 

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT 

Ordnance field service bulletin, t 

Note. — Ordnance field service bulletins are issued in pamphlet form for in.sirtion in 
loose-leaf binders. In order to provide a vehicle for c<niveying instructions and informa- 
tion from the chief of field service to the Ordnance Departmint field service, 6 bulletins, 
entitled Ordnance field service bulletins, are issued. The bulletins are issued in sections 
with the .serial number prefixed by a classification number covering the following general 
headings: 1— General instructions; 2 — Supply; 3 — Ammunition; 4— Maintenance ; 5 — 
Miscellaneous ; 6 — Fuel and lubrication instructions. 
1-4. Ordnance field service monthly report of operations; May 9, 1941. [1941.] 

3 p. [Processed. Supersedes OFSB 1-4 (tentative), Apr. 25, 1940, and 

Change 1 thereto.] W 34.26 : 1-4/941 

2-1. General provisions. Changes 8; May 20, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] 

W 3 1.26 : 2-1/933/ch. 8 
2-2. Regular Army, Changes 3: June 25, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] 

W H4.26 : 2-2/y33/ch. 3 
3-5. Small arms ammunition. Changes 9; June 30, 1941. [1941.1 6 p. 

( Processed. ] W 34.26 : 3-5/941/ch.9 

4-1. Maintenance of materiel in hands of troops. Changes o ; May 23. 1941. 

[1941.] 2 p. [Processed.] W 34.26 : 4-1/938 /ch. 5 

4-4. Overhaul and maintenance in depot storage. Changes 1 ; May 23. 1941. [1941.] 

1 p. [Processed.] W 34.26 : 4-4/938/ch.l 

5-3. Financial administration of maintenance activities, Changes 3; June 16, 1941. 

[1941.] 1 p. [Processed.] W 34.26 : .J-3/938/ch.3 

6-A-45. Lubrication instructions for 37-mm guns, M5, M6, tank mounts M19, M20, M21, 

M22, M23, and M24 ; May 2, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. [Processed.] 

W 34.26 : 6-A-45 
6-C-17. Lubrication instructions for 155 mm howitzer materiel M1917. M1918. and 

mollifications ; Apr. 7, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. [Processed.] W 34.26 : 6-C-17 
6-D-24. Lubrication of 155-mm gun carriage Ml; Apr-. 1, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 

[ Processed. ] W 34.26 : 6-D- 24 

6-D-28. Lubrication instructions for 90 mm a. a. gun materiel Ml ; June 3, 1941. 

[1941.] 6 p. [Processed. Tentative.] W .34.26 : 6-D-2S 941 

6— F-167. Lubrication instructions anti-aircraft directors; June 5, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 

[Proces.sed.] W 34.26 : 6-F-167 

Ordnance provision si/stem. Ordnance catalog (ordnance provision system) : 
Group F, Instrument, binaural training, Ml, part.s and equipment ; Feb. 3, 1941. 
[1941.] 2,3 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list F-121.) [Processed. Is.sutd 
with perforations. Supersedes Standard nomenclature list F-121, May 17. 
1937.] t W 34.23 : F-121/2 

Same : Group F. Instrument, binaural training, M2, parts and equipment ; 

Feb. 3, 1941. [1941.] 47 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list F-19S.) [Proc- 
essed. Issued with perforations.] | W 34.23 :F-198 

Same : Group F, Quadrant, gunner's, Ml, parts ; June 6, 1941. [1941.] 7 p. 

il. (Standard nomenclature list F-140.) [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions.] t W 34.23: F-140 

— - Same: Group F, Setter, fuze, bracliet. M191C (for 75 mm guns, M1897. 
M1916, and M1917), setter, fuze, bracket. M1916A1 (for 3" A. A. guns, M1917 
and M1918), setter, fuze, bracket, M1916A2 (for 75 mm howitzer carriages, 
M2A1. M3. and M3A1), parts and equipment; May 15, 1941. [1941.] 10 p. il. 
(Standard nomenclature list F-11.) [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes Standard nomenclature list F-11, Feb. 8, 1932.] t W 34.23 : F-11/3 

Same: Group F. Setter, fuze, bond. M1912 (for 75 mm guns. M1897. IM1916, 

and M1917). setter, fuze. hand. M1912A1 (for 2.95" mountain gtm), setter, fuze, 
hand. M1912A4 (for 75 mm pack howitzer. MlAl). setter, fuze. hand. M1912A5 
(for 105 mm howitzer. M2). parts and equipment: May 15. 1941. [1941.] 9 p. 
il. (Standard nomenclature list F-126.) [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes Standard nomenclature list F-126, Feb. 8. 1932.] t 

W 34.23 : F-126/2 

Same: Group F, Setter, fuze, hand. M1913 (for 155 mm ginis). setter, fuze, 

hand, M1913A1 (for 155 mm howitzers), setter, fuze, hand, M1913A2 (for 4.7" 
gun), parts and equipment: May 15. 1941, [1941.] 9p.il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list F-127.) [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Stand- 
ard nomenclature list F-127. Sept. 3, 1930.] $ W 34.23 : F-127/2 

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Ordnance provision system — Coutiniied. 

Same: Group F, Setter, fuze, T15, parts and equipment; May 29, 1941. 

[1941. J 39 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list F-211.) [i'l'ocessed. Issued 
with perforations.] | W 34.23 : F-211 

Same: Group G, Scout car, Ml (Wliite 12X4), parts and equipment; Jan. 

10, 1941. [1941.] 279+18+3+42 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list G-31.) 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] t W 34.23 : G-31 

Same: [Group P]. Projectiles, separate loading for liarbor defense, heavy 

field, and railway artillery, pt. 1, Clianges 3; June 14, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list P-l,pt. 1 [changes] 3.) [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] J W 34.23 : P-l/9/pt.l/ch.3 

Same: [(iroup S], Bombs, aircraft, all types, and fuzing and miscellane- 
ous components, pt. 1, Changes 1; Mar. 21, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list S-1, pt. 1 [changes] 1.) [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions.] $ W 34.23 : S-l/9/pt.l/ch.l 

Same: [Group T], Ammunition, rifle and automatic gun, pt. 1, Changes 4, 

May 27, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. (Standard nomenclature list T-1, pt. 1 
[changes] 4.) [Proces.sed. Issued with perforations.] $ 

W 34.23 : T-l/ll/pt.l/ch.4 

Same, Changes 5; June 4, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. (Standard nomenclature 

list T-1, pt. 1 [changes] 5.) [Processed. Issued with perforations.] $ 

W 34.23 : T-l/ll/pt.l/ch.5 

Ordnance provision system: Schedule of stores reports for Group A; 

July 1. 1941. [1941.] (i p. [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Schedule of stores reports for Group A, Nov. 16, 1939.] J W 34.23 : A/7 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group B; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group B, July 7, 1937 and Changes 1, Apr. 27, 1938.] t W 34.23 : B/5 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group C; July 1. 194]. [1941.] 4 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group C, July 7, 19;:7, and Changes 1, Aug. 12, 1940.] t W 34.2-3 : C/4 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group D : July 1, 1941. [1941.] H p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group D. June 15, 1936, and Changes 1, Feb. 15, 1937, and Changes 2, 
Sept. 22, 1938.] J W 34.23 :D/4 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group E ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations Supersedes Scliedule of stores reports 
for Group E, Oct. 8, 1931, and Changes 1, Jan. 2, 1933.] J W 34.23 : E/2 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group F ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 28 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group F, Apr. 8, 1940, and Changes la. Mar. 14, 1941.] J W 34.23 : F/7 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group G ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 11 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group G, Apr. 6, 1938, and Changes 1. May 4, 1938, and Changes 2, Sept. 26, 
1940.] t W 34.23 :G/6 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group H ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Scliedule of stores reports 
for Group H, Sept. 23, 1931, and Changes 1, Jan. 2, 1933, Changes 2, May 25, 
1933, Changes 3, Aug. 12, 1940, Changes 4, Sept. 26, 1940.] t W 34.23 : H/4 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group J ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued witli perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group J, Jan. 22, 1932, and Changes 1, Jan. 2, 1933, Changes 2. Sept. 26, 
1940, Changes 3, Nov. 1, 1940.] t W 34.23: J/3 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group K ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group K, Sept. 1, 1937.] t W 34.23 : K/3 

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1Q98 Government Publications 

Ordnance provision system — Continued. 

Same: Scbedule of stores reports for Group L; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

I Processed. Issued with perforatious. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group L, Jan. 2, 1933, Changes 1, Aug. 12, 1940, and Changes 2, Dec. 4, 
1940.] t W 34.23 :L/3 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group M ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group M, Aug. 8, 1938, Changes 1, Feb. 7, 1939, and Changes 2, Sept. 26, 
1940.] t W 34.23 :M/4 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group P ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group P, July 1, 1934, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] $ W 34.23 : P/4 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group R ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Scliedule of stores reports 
for Group R, Oct. 29, 1934, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] t W 34.23 : R/5 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group S; July 1, 11)41. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group S, Apr. 1, 1933, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] | W 34.23 : S/6 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group T ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforatious. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group T, Dec. 8, 1927, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] t W 34.23 : T/3 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group V ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of reviews for 
Group V, July 20, 1921.] t W 34.23 : V/2 

Same: Schedule of stores reix)rts for Group W ; July 1. 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforatious. Supersedes Schedule of reviews for 
Group W, Nov. 1, 1921.] t W 34.23 : W/2 

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL OF ARMY 

Circulars. [Issued with perforations.] t 

1-3. Contracts, Changes 3; May 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 : l-3/5/ch.3 
Same, Changes 4 ; June 17, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 :l-3/5/ch.4 
Same, Changes 5; June 16, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4'> [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 :l-3/5/ch.5 

1-15. Regulations governing civilian employees. Cliange 64; [May 12. 1941]. [1941.] 

p. 10 E, 4° [Processed. Supersedes p. 10 E of Regulations dated Mar. 27, 1941.] 

W 77.4/3 : 1-15 '3 ch.r.4/corr. 

Same, Change 67; [June 14, 1941]. [1941.] leaves 10 A to 10 C. 10 C (1). 10 J, 

4° [processed. Supersedes p. 10 A to 10 C and 10 J of Regulations dated Aug. 

20. 1038.] W 77.4/3 : 1-15/3/ch 67 

2. [Routing circular, posts and stations of Army and data relative to issuance of bills 

of lading and transport:ition requests thereto], Changes 116 ; Feb. 3, 1941. 

[1941.1 [19] leaves. [Processed.] W 77.4 /3 : 2/ch. 116 

Same, Changes 117; Mar. 4, 1941. [1941.] [20] leaves. [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 :2/ch.ll7 
Same, Changes 118; Apr. 2, 1941. [1941.] [8] leaves. [Prcco9snd.] 

W 77.4/3: 2 'ch.118 

Citadels of democracy, camps and plants for men and munitions. [1941.] [48] 
p. 11. oblong large 8° t 
L. C. card 41-50979 W 77.2 : D 39 

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Monthly Catalog 

NO. 560 • AUGUST 1941 
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF UNITED STATES COURTS 

District Courts. Proposed improvements in administration of ofl3ces of clerlis 
of District Courts, submitted to director of Administrative Oflice of United 
States Courts, July 1941; prepared by Bureau of Budget, Executive Office 
of the President. 1941. vii+106 p. il. 1 pi. t Jul0.2:D63 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — Those publication.s 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 ap'plicants, enabling them to 
select such reports and bulletins as interest them. 

Aerial photography. Extent of aerial photography by Department of Agricul- 
ture, completed, in progress and approved, Aug. 1, 1941, aerial survey data 
compiled by Office of Land Use Coordination from information furnished by 
Soil Conservation Seivice, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and 
Forest Service; [illustrated outline map]. [1941.] 12X19 in. (Land Use 
Coordination Office.) [Monthly. Processed. County lines compiled by Agri- 
cultural Economics Bureau, from material furnished by Census Bureau, on 
U. s: base compiled by Geological Survey, 1935.] + A 1.51 : 941/8 

Cotton literature, selected references, v. 11, no. 8, Aug. 1941 ; compiled by Emily 
L. Day. [1941.] [2] -f 305-348 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in 
Library of Agriculture Department with cooperation of Agricultural Economics 
Bureau, Agricultural Marketing Service, Plant Industry Bureau, and En- 
tomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.] t A 1.50: 11/8 

Crops and markets, July 1941 ; v. 18, no. 7. [1941.] p. 141-168, il. 4° [Monthly.] 
♦ Paper, lOc. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 24-113 A 1.52: 18/7 

Cyclocephala (Ochrosidia) borealis in Connecticut [with list of literature cited] ; 
by J. Peter Johnson. 1941. [2] -f 79-86+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agri- 
cultural research, v. 62, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c A1.23/a: Sea 71 

Legumes. Study of various methods of preserving legumes and other forages 
by ensiling [with list of literature cited] ; bv B. Connor Johnson, W. H. Peter- 
son, D. Mark Hegsted, and G. Bohstedt. 1941. [2] -f 337-348+ [1] p. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : L 527/5 

National defense. Farmers and 2d year of national defense. Aug. 1941. 
4 p. t A 1.2 : F 22/3 

Onions. Factors affecting onion pungency; by Hans Platenius and J. E. Knott. 
1941. [2] +371-379+ [1] p. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, 
no. 6, Mar. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : On 4/17 

Tobacco. Virus distribution in leaves of mosaic-susceptible tobacco plants in- 
oculated at topping time; by W. D. Valleau and Stephen Diachun. 1941. 
[2] +249-254+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 
4, Feb. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : T 551/37 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Agricultural conservation. 1941 agricultural conservation program : Instructions 
for checking and reporting performance (applicable to all forms in area A). 
Apr. 21, 1941. 36 p. (Southern region bulletin 503A; SRB-503A.) t 

A 55.45/3 : 503A 

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1101 



1098 Government Publications 

Ordnance provision system — Continued. 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group L; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group L, Jan. 2, 1933, Changes 1, Aug. 12, 1940, and Changes 2. Dec. 4, 
1940.] t W 34.23 :L/3 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group M ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Is.sued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group M, Aug. 8, 1938, Changes 1, Feb. 7, 1939, and Changes 2, Sept. 26, 
1940.] t W 34.23 : M/4 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group P; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supei\sedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group P, July 1, 1934, and Changes 1, June 25, 1&40.] J W 34.23 : P/4 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group R ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group R, Oct. 29, 1934, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] % W 34.23 : R/5 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group S ; July 1, 11>41. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports 
for Group S, Apr. 1, 1933, and Changes 1, June 25, 194U.] t W 34.23: S/6 

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group T ; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores, reports 
for Group T, Dec. 8, 1927, and Changes 1, June 25, 1940.] | W 34.23 : T/3 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group V; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of reviews for 
Group V, July 20, 1921.] t W 34.23 : V/2 

Same: Schedule of stores reports for Group W; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. 

[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of reviews for 
Group W, Nov. 1, 1921.] $ W 34.23 : W/2 

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL OF AR:\IY 

Circulars. [Issued with perforations.] -t 

1-3. Contracts, Changes 3; May 1, 1941. [i;)41.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 : l-3/5/ch.3 
Same, Changes 4 ; June 17, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4» [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3 : l-3/5/ch.4 
Same, Changes 5; June 16, 1941. [1941.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3: 1-3/5 /ch.5 

1-15. Regul.Ttions governing civilian employees. Cliancre 64; [May 12. 1941], [1941.] 

p. 10 E, 4" [Processed. Supersedes p. 10 E of Regulations dated Mar. 27, 1941.] 

W 77.4/3 : 1-15 '3 ch.64/corr. 

Same, Change 67; [June 14. 1941]. [1941.] leaves 10 A to 10 C. 10 C (1). 10 J, 

4" [processed. Supersedes p. 10 A to 10 C and 10 J of Regulations dated Aug. 

20. 1938.] W 77.4/3 : 1-15/3/ch 67 

2. [Routing circular, posts and stations of Army and data relative to issuance of hills 

of lading and transportation requests thereto]. Changes 116: Fib. 3, 1941. 

[1941.1 [19] leaves. [Processed. 1 W 77.4 /3 : 2/ch. 116 

Same, Changes 117; Mar. 4, 1941. [1941.] [20] leaves. [Processed.] 

W 77.4/3: 2/ch.ll7 
Same, Changes 118; Apr. 2, 1941. [1941.] [8] leaves. [Prccf-^sod.] 

W 77.4/3 :2/ch.ll8 

Citadels of democracy, camps and plants for men and munitions. [1941.] [48] 
p. 11. oblong large 8° t 
L. C. card 41-50979 W 77.2 : D 39 

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Monthly Catalog 

NO. 560 • AUGUST 1941 
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF UNITED STATES COURTS 

District Courts. Proposed improvements in administration of offices of clerks 
of District Courts, submitted to director of Administrative Oflice of United 
States Courts, July 1941 ; prepared by Bureau of Budget, Executive Office 
of the President. 1941. vii+106 p. il. 1 pi. J Ju 10.2 : D 63 

AGRICULTURE 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. 

Aerial photography. Extent of aerial photography by Department of Agricul- 
ture, completed, in progress and approved, Aug. 1, 1941, aerial survey data 
compiled by Office of Land Use Coordination from information furnished by 
Soil Conservation Service, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and 
Forest Service; [illustrated outline map]. [1941.] 12X19 in. (Land Use 
Coordination Office.) [Monthly. Processed. County lines compiled by Agri- 
cultural Economics Bureau, from material furnished by Census Bureau, on 
U. s: base compiled by Geological Survey, 1935.] t A 1.51: 941/8 

Cotton literature, selected references, v. 11, no. 8, Aug. 1941 ; compiled by Emily 
L. Day. [1941.] [2] +305-348 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in 
Library of Ajrriculture Department with cooperation of Agricultural Economics 
Bureau, Agricultural Marketing Service, Plant Industry Bureau, and En- 
tomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.] t A 1.50: 11/8 

Crops and markets, July 1941 ; v. 18, no. 7. [1941.] p. 141-168. il. 4° [Monthly.] 
♦ Paper, lOc. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 24-113 A 1.52: 18/7 

Cyclocephala (Ochrosidia) borealis in Connecticut [with list of literature cited] ; 
by J. Peter Johnson. 1941. [2] -f 79-86+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agri- 
cultural research, v. 62, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c A1.23/a: Sea 71 

Legumes. Study of various methods of preserving legumes and other forages 
by ensilins [with list of literature cited] ; bv B. Connor Johnson, W. H. Peter- 
son, D. Mark Hegsted, and G. Bohstedt. 1941. [2] +337-348+ [1] p. [From 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : L 527/5 

National defense. Farmers and 2d year of national defense. Aug. 1941. 
4 p. t A 1.2 : F 22/3 

Onions. Factors affecting onion pungency ; by Hans Platenius and J. E. Knott. 
1941. [2] +371-379+ [1] p. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, 
no. 6, Mar. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : On 4/17 

Tobacco. Virus distribution in leaves of mosaic-susceptible tobacco plants in- 
oculated at topping time ; by W. D. Valleau and Stephen Diachun. 1941. 
[2] +249-254+ [1] p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 
4, Feb. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : T 551/37 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Agricultural conservation. 1941 agricultural conservation program : Instructions 
for checking and reporting performance (applicable to all forms in area A). 
Apr. 21, 1941. 36 p. (Southern region bulletin 503A; SRB-503A.) t 

A 55.45/3 : 503A 

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1101 



1102 Government Publications 

Exhibit ideas that ring the bell, easy to build, cheap to build. 1941. [l]+33 
p. 11. 4" [Processed.] t A 55.2: Ex 4 

Expenditures. Statement of expenditures, July 1, 1940-June 30, 1941. [1941.] 
cover title, 33 p. 4" (Fiscal Management Division, Control Accounts and 
Reports Section.) [Processed. Pages issued as leaves.] t 

A 55.62 : 940-41/12 

Wheat storage on farm and in ever-normal granary, bins and granaries, storage 
under loans, marketing quotas. June 1941. v+ST p. il. (G-106.) t 
L. C. card Agr 41-548 A 55.2 : W 56/43 

CONSUMERS' COUNSEL DIVISION 

Consumers' guide, May 1 and 15, 1&41 ; [v. 7, no. 15 and 16]. [1941.] Each 16 p. 
il. 4° [Issued semimonthly, monthly June through September.] *Paper, 5c 
single copy, 50c a yr. ; foreign subscription, 80c. 
L. C. card 36^12412 A 55.12 : 7/15, 16 

SUGAR DIVISION 

Sugar. Determination of a farm [for purposes of sugar act of 1937, as amended]. 
Mays, IMl. Ip. (S. D. no. 112.) t A 55.37: 112 

Determination of normal yields of commercially recoverable sugar per 

acre for sugar beets, 1941 sugar beet program. June 18, 1941. 3 p. (S. D. no. 
114.) t A 55.37: 114 

Determination of sugar commercially recoverable from sugarcane in Puerto 

Rico for 1940-41 crop year. May 5, 1941. 1 p. (S. D. no. 111.) t 

A 55.37 : 111 

Entry of sugar into continental United States. Revised July 12, 1941. 

[1941.] 2 p. (General sugar regulations series 2, no. 1, revised.) t 

A 55.6 : Su 3/3/ser.2, no.1/941 

Proration of 1941 deficit for Philippine Islands. Apr. 11, 1941. 2 p. 

(G. S. Q. R., series 8, no. 1, rev. 1, supp. 1.) t 

A 55.6 : Su 3/2/ser.8, no. 1/941-2/supp.l 

Sugar consumption requirements and quotas for calendar year 1941. June 

27, 1941. 4 p. (General sugar quota regulations, series 8, no. 1, revision 2.) t 

A 55.6 : Su 3/2/ser.8, no.1/941-3 

Supplement to Decision and order of Secretary of Agriculture allotting 1941 

sugar quota for domestic beet sugar area. July 8, 1941. 1 p. (S. B. S. O. 
no. 3 [supplement].) t A 55.66 : 3/supp. 

Sugarcane. Determination of fair and reasonable prices for 1940-41 crop of 
Puerto Rican sugarcane. May 2, 1941. 3 p. (S. D. no. 110.) t A 55.37 : 110 

Determination of farming practices to he carried out in connection with 

pi'oduction of 1941 crop of sugarcane in mainland cane sugar area. May 28, 
1941. 2 p. (S. D. no. 113.) t A 55.37 : 113 

AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY AND ENGINEERING BUREAU 

Agricultural engineering. Current literature in agricultural engineering, v. 10, 
no. 9; Apr. 1941 [1941.] 23 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 37-18926 A 70.7 : 10/9 

Same, V. 10, no. 10; Mav 1041. [1941.] 20 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 70.7 : 10/10 

Cottmi gin.^. Better ginning to enhance cotton quality and utility ; by Charles A. 
Bennett. [1941.] 5 p. 4" (ACE-109.) [Procesi^ed. Address, International 
Cotton Congress, Waco, Tex.. June 26, 1941.] t A 70.4 : 109 

Compression of cotton at cotton gins ; by Charles A. Bennett. [1941.] 

6 p. 4° (ACE 113.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural 
Marketing Service. For presentation before American Society of Agricultural 
Engineers, Knoxville, Tenn., June 24, 1941.] f A 70.4 : 113 

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1103 



Gums and resins. Comparison of effects of slash and longleaf gums on cup 
materials ; by Ray V. Lawrence. [1941.] 2 p. 4° (ACE-101.) [Processed.] t 

A 70.4 : 101 

Sweetpotatoes. Equipment for production and harvesting of sweetpotatoes 
[with list of literature cited] ; by John W. Randolph. [1941.] 10+ [1] p. 4° 
(ACE-111.) [Proce.ssed. Presented at meeting of American Society of Agri- 
cultural Engineers, Knoxville, Tenn., June 25, 1941.] t A 70.4 : 111 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Addresses. Some economic effects of the War and defense program, address by 
Eric Enghmd, assistant chief, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, before Inter- 
national Apple Association, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 7, 1941. [1941.] 14 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] j A 3G.51 : W 19/3 

Agricultural situation. Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic con- 
ditions, Aug. 1941; V. 25, no. 8. [1941.] 24 p. il. [Mcmthly.] *Pai}er, 5c. 
single copy, 50e. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. 
L. C. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 25/8 

Agricultural situation in relation to banking, quarterly report on agricul- 
tural conditions prepared for use of those extending credit to agriculture, v. 1, 
no. 3 ; July 1941. [1941.] [2]+20 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t A 36.129: 1/3 

Agricultural trends. Some trends and problems in agriculture today, discussion 
of questions asked at Agriculture quiz corner, Department of Agriculture ex- 
hibit at International Livestock Show, Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1940 [with lists of 
references]. Washington, D. C, June 1941. [l]-f-25p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 36.2 : Ag 8/24 

Banking. Country banking in Wisconsin during depression; by Fred L. Garlock. 
July 1941. cover title, 112 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 777.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station.] 
*Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-546 



Cotton situation, CS-57 ; July 
essed. ] f 

Dairy situation. DS-120: Aug. 1941 
Processed.] t 



1941. [1941.] 23 p. il. 4' 



Demand and price situation, Aug. 
essed.] t 

Farm income situation, FIS-18 : 
Processed.] t 

Fats and oils .situation, FOS-54 ; 
Processed.] f 

Feed situation, FdS-24 ; July 1941. 



[1941.] 22+ [2] p. 
1941. [1941.] 18 p. il. 4" 



A 1.36 : 777 

[Monthly. Proc- 
A 36.40/2 : 57 

4" [Monthly. 
A 36.65 : 120 



il. 



Monthlv. Proc- 
A 36.28 : 941/8 

Julv 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 

A 36.122 : is 



Aug. 1941. [1941.] 17 p. il. 4" 
[1941.] 23 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 



[Monthlv. 
A 36.97 : 54 



Fruit. Fruit situation, TFS-r.6 ; Aug. 1941. 
Processed.] t 



Processed.] t 
A 36.117 : 24 

[1941.] 34 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 
A 36.99; 56 

— Wholesale fruit and vegetable market of Huntington, W. Va. ; by William 
C. Crow and W. AV. Armentrout. Washington, D. C. Aug. 1941. [3]+26p. il. 4" 
[Processed. Prepared in cooperation with University of West Virginia, College 
of Agriculture. Supplement to mimeographed report of Oct. 1940.] t 

A 36.2 : F 94/25/supp. 

■ — Wholesale fruit and vegetable market of S't. Louis ; by W. T. Calhoun and 
L. H. Sehweiter. Washington, D. C, Aug. 1941. [5]+62Vil-4° [Processed. 
Preijared in cooperation with University of Missouri, College of Agriculture.] t 

A 36.2 ; F 94/26 



Imperial County, Calif., selected list of references; compiled 
Turner. June 1941. 78+[l]p. 4" (Economic library list 25.) 



by Howard B. 

[Processed.] t 

A 36.113 : 25 



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1104 Government Publications 

Latid policy retnew, Aug. 1941 ; v. 4, no. 8. [1941.] 48 p. il. [Monthly.] ♦Paper, 
5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. 
L. C. card Agr 38-364 A 36.103 : 4/8 

Leake Counly, Miss. Leake and Union Counties, Miss., selected list of references; 
compiled by Howard B. Turner. June 1941. 16+ [1] p. 4° (Economic library 
list 27.) [Processed.] t A 36.113: 27 

Livestock situation, LS-26; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 24 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.116: 26 

Prices. Material bearing on parity prices, presented by Howard R. Tolley. chief 
of Bureau of Agricultural Economics, at hearing on parity prices and income for 
agriculture before subcommittee of Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, 
Senate, July 1941. Washington, D. C, July 1941. coyer title, [97] p. il. 4° 
[Processed. Text on p. 2 of coyer.] t A 36.51 : P 93/3 

Publications. Check list of printed and processed publications issued during 
July 1941. Aug. 1941. 2 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.70/2 : 941/4 

Tobacco. Improying low incomes on tobacco farms, Caswell County, N. C. ; by 
Robert E. Graham, jr. Washington, D. C, June 1941. coyer title, [2] +59 
p. il. 4° (FM-24. ) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with North Carolina 
Agricultural Experiment Station.] f A 36.118: 24 

Tobacco situation, TS-19; July 1941. [1941.] 34+ [1] p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.94: 19 

Tractors. Economic aspects of farm tractor oi)eration, selected references, 
1935-Mar. 1041; compi'ed by Nellie G. Larson. June 1941. 52+ [2] p. 4° 
(Economic library list 26.) [Processed.] t A 36.113: 26 

Veoctable situation, TVS-55; July 1941. [1941.] 29+ [6] p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 36.100: 55 

Vegetable farms. Farm-management problems and suggested adjustments on 
yegetable farms in Bristol County. Mass. ; by Norman R. Urquhart and Charles 
R. Creek. Washington, D. C, June 1941. coyer title, 27 p. il. 4° [Processed. 
Preliminary report. Prepared in cooperation with Massachusetts Agricultural 
Experiment Station, Agricultural Economics and Farm Management Depart- 
ment. Text on p. 2 of coyer.] t A 36.2 : V 52/2/prelim. 

Wheat situation, WS-57; July 1941. [1941.] 15 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.86: 57 

Wool situation, Wool-56; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.89: 56 
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE 

Cold storage report as of Aug. 1, 1941. [1941.] 9 p. large 8" [Monthly. 
Processed. An Addendum, 1 p. oblong 48°, dated Aug. 12, 1941, was issued 
also.] t A 66.7: 941/8 

Cotton. Aug. 1, 1941 consolidated cotton report. [1941.] 1 p. large 8" [Proc- 
essed. Prepared in cooperation with Census Bureau.] t A 66.9 : 941/2-2 

Cotton report as of Aug. 1, 1941. [1941.] 5 p. large 8° (Crop Reporting 

Board.) [Processed.] t A 66.9: 941/2 

Weekly cotton market reyiew, Aug. 2-30, 1941. [1941.] Each 2 leayes, 4° 

[Processed.] t A 66.8 : 941/31-35 

Crops. General crop report as of Aug. 1, 1941. [1941.] l-22f+23^9 p. il. 
large 8° (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly. Processed.] i 

A 66.11 : 941/8 

Dairy production, no. 16; Aug. 15, 1941. [1941.] 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 66.44: 16 

Farm labor report: Farm employment down on Aug. 1. Aug. 15, 1941. 7 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 66.10: 941/8 

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August 1941 1105 

Grain. Handbook of oflScial grain standards of United States, standards for 
whoat, effective Oct. 1, 1937, corn effective Jan. 20, 1937, barley, effective 
July 1, 1937, oats, effective July 1, 1941, feed oats and mixed feed oats, effective 
July 1, 1935, rye, effective July 1, 1941, grain sorghums and flaxseed, effective 
July 1, 1935, soybeans, effective Sept. 1, 1941, and mixed grain, effective July 1, 
1935, important features of grain inspection. Revised 1941. 1941. ii+101 
p. il. 24° * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-551 A 66.6 : G 76/941 

Honey. Semi-monthly honey report, no. 557 and 558; Aug. 1 and 15, 1941. 
[1941.] Each 9 IX narrow f [Processed.] t A 66.12 : 557, 558 

Insecticides. Notices of judgment under insecticide act 1778-89. Aug. 1941. 
p. 507-515. t 
L. C. card Agr 12-2226 A 66.46 : 1778-1789 

Livestock, meats, and wool, market reviews and statistics, Aug. 2-23 [1941] ; 
V. 9, no. 32-35. Aug. 6-27, 1941. p. 511-579, 4" [Weekly. Processed.] t 

A 66.13 : 9/32-35 

Marketing activities, v. 4, no. 8; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 23 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 66.14: 4/8 

Peanuts. Weekly peanut report, no. 1154-57 ; Aug. 6-27, 1941. [1941.] various 
paging, narrow f° [Processed.] t A 66.15: 1154-1157 

Poultni and egg production; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 66.43: 941/8 

Service amiouncements. Service and regulatory announcements, no. 121 : Rules 
and regulations of Secretary of Agriculture for enforcement of perishable agri- 
culture commodities act, 1930, as amended. [Revised edition.] Nov. 1938, 
reprinted with amendments Aug. 1941. 29 p. [The date Nov. 1938 on this 
publication is the date of 2d revision. Previous editions of Service and regu- 
latory announcements no. 121 issued by Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 
L. C. card Agr 41-550 A 66.27 : 121 

Same, no. 141 : United States standards for grades of canned tomatoes, 

effective Apr. 1, 1941. Apr. 1933, revised Apr. 1941. [1941.] 5 p. [Formerly 
issued by Agricultural Economics Bureau.] t 

L. C. card Agr 41-549 A 66.27 : 141 

State agricultural departments and marketing agencies with names of officials 
[list], July 1941. [1941.] 6 p. 4° [Processed] t A 66.45 : 941 

Truck crop estimate reports. [Processed.] t A 66.17: 

Note. — The Agricultural Marketing Service issues a series of reports relating to truck 
crops which, although numbered in one series (TC followed by the year and a number 
with a different group of hundreds assigned for each month), consists of several distinct 
groups as follows : Commercial truck crops for shipment, commonly called Truck crop 
reports ; Truck crops for commercial processing commonly called Canning crop reports ; 
Truck crop news ; General summary of truck crop prospects ; Revised statistical sum- 
maries covering a varying period of years. Printed summaries of these reports were 
published in Crops and markets prior to June 1937, but these have been discontinued. 
A yearly summary only is published in the December issue each year. 

Weights and measures. Precision of weighted average [discussion on crop report- 
ing procedure; prepared by Walter A. Hendricks]. July 2, 1941. 8 p. 4° 
(CRP-6.) [Processed.] f A 66.22: 6 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Cattle. Record-of-performance procedure for beef cattle. Mar. 1941. 4 p. 4° 
(A. H. D. no. 37; Animal Husbandry Division.) [Processed. Prepared in 
cooperation with Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.] f A 4.26: 37 

Domestic animals. Regulations governing preparation, sale, barter, exchange, 
shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products 
intended for use in treatment of domestic animals, [amdt. 7] effective Jan. 1, 
1931. [Reprint] 1941. 1 p. (Amendment 7 to B. A. I. order 276.) f 

A 4.5 : 276/amdt.7/rep. 

Same, [amdt. 9] effective Apr. 1, 1932. [Reprint 1941.] 2 p. (Amend- 
ment 9 to B. A. I. order 276.) f A 4.5 : 276/amdt.9/rep. 

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Domestic animals — Continued. 

Same, [amdt. 10] effective Oct. 1, 1933. [Reprint 1941.] 2 p. (Amend- 
ment 10 to B. A. I. order 276.) f A 4.5 : 276/amdt.lO/rep. 

Same, [amdt. 11] eflfective Feb. 1, 1934. [Reprint] 1941. 1 p. (Amend- 
ment 11 to B. A. I. order 276.) t A 4.5 : 276/amdt.ll/rep. 

Same, [amdt. 12] effective July 1, 1935. [Reprint] 1941. 1 p. (Amend- 
ment 12 to B. A. I. order 276.) t A 4.5 : 276/amdt.l2/rep. 

Same, Amendment 15 [effective Jan. 1, 1942]. [1941]. 2 p. (Amendment 

15 to B. A. I. order 276.) t A 4.5 : 276/amdt.l5 

Hoff cholera; [poster]. June 1941. 20 X 16 in. (Livestock health series.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with State livestock sanitary officials.] t 

A 4.16/2 : H 67 

Horses. Feeding horses; [by G. A. Bell and J. O. Williams]. [Dec. 1918, revised 
June 1927, slightly revised July 1£^1.] [1941.] ii+17 p. 11. (Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1030.) [Date of original issue incorrectly given on 
p. ii as Dec. 1916.] *Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-536 A 1.9 : 1030/6 

Pork. Information on soft-pork problem. May 1941. 14 p. 4° [Processed. 
Includes list of references to Agriculture Department yearbooks.] f 

A 4.2 :P 82/3 

Poultry. Changes in National Poultry Improvement Plan adopted at 1941 con- 
ference, Chicago. 111., June 17-20. July 1941. 7 p. 4" (A. H. D. no. 45; 
Animal Husbandry Division.) [Processed.] f A 4.26: 45 

Educational aids on National Poultry Improvement Plan [list]. June IMl. 

[l]+7 p. 1 pi. 4" (A. H. D. no. 40; Animal Husbandry Division.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 4.26: 40 

Information on State turkey improvement programs during 1940-41 ; com- 
plied by coordinators of National Poultry Improvement Plan. [1941.] 1 p. 4° 
(A. H. D. no. 44.) [Processed.] t A 4.26: 44 

Sheep. Equipment for farm sheep raising ; [by] V. O. McWhorter and C. G. Potts. 
[June 1917, revised July 1922, slightly revised June 1940, reprint 1941.] 
[2] -f28p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 810.) *Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 40-369 A 1.9 : 810/4-2 

Virus-Scrnm Control Division. Activities of licensed establishments supervised 
by Virus-Serum Control Division, Julv 25, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 4" (Notice 175, 
V. S. C.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 4.31 : 175 

Wool. Rapid method for expressing niedullation in wool [with list of literature 
cited] ; by Elroy M. Pohle. May 1941. 6 p. 4" (A. H. D. no. 41 ; Animal Hus- 
bandry Division.) [Processed.] f A 4.26: 41 

Work. Bureau of Animal Industry and its work ; bv Jolm R. Mohler. Apr. 1941. 
cover title, 21 p. [Processed.] t A 4.2 : An 5/3/&41 

COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION 

Cotton. 1941 cotton loan instructions. July 25, 1941. 8 p. (1941 C. C. C. cotton 
form 1.) t A 71.6 : O 82/941 

Loans. Statement of loans and commodities owned, July 31. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. f" 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 71.7: 941/7 

COMMODITY EXCHANGE ADMINISTRATION 

Cotton. Trade in co-tton futures, v. 2, no. 7; Julv 1941. [1941.] cover title, [25] 
p. il. 1 pi. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 59.11: 2/7 

Grain. Trade in gi-ain futures, v. 11, no. 7; July 1941. [1941.] [33] p. 4° 
[Monthlv. I'rocos.sed.] t 
L. C. card 38-29<i7S A 59.7 : 11/7 

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August 1941 1107 

Wool. Trade in wool top futures, v. 1, no. 7; July 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
[10] leaves, il. 1 pi. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] f A 59.12: 1/7 

Trading in wool top futures. Aug. 1941. cover title. Ill p. il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Circular 604.) * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card Agr 41-532 A 1.4/2 : 604 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU 

Barherrii. Dangerous neighbor [common barberry] for wheat, oats, barley, and 
rye. Mar. 1932, revised Jan. 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. oblong 8° folded into 
narrow 8° size. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 131.) [Former 
editions by Donald G. Fletcher, in cooi>eration with leaders in charge of bar- 
berry eradication, and issued by Plant Industry Bureau.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.38 : 131/3 

Fleas. How to control fleas; by F. C. Bishopp. Nov. 1937, revised Aug. 1941. 
[1941.] 4 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Leaflet 152.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 37-815 A 1.35 : 152/2 

Insect Pest Survey huUetin, v. 21, supplement [to] no. 5; July 15, 1941. [1941.] 
[1] +295-395 p. 4° [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with State entomo- 
logical agencies.] t A 56.18 : 21/5/supp. 

Insects. Control of insect pests of grain in elevator storage ; [by R. T. Cotton and 
Geo. B. Wagner]. [Aug. 1941.] ii+22 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1880.) [Supersedes ix/rtions of Farmers' bulletin 1483 ix>rtaining to 
in.sect i>ests of grain stored in country or terminal elevators and warehouses.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 41-537 A 1.9: 1880 

Insects in relation to national defense: Chiggers [with list of references]. 

June 1941. [l]+9 leaves, il. 4° (Circular 14.) [Processed.] t A .56.24 : 14 

Same: Flies [with list of references]. June 1941. [1] -|-33 leaves, il. 4° 

(Circulars.) [Processed.] t A 56.24: 8 

Same: Lice [with list of references]. May 1941. [I]fl8 leaves, il. 4" 

(Circular 9.) [Processed.] t A 56.24 : 9 

Same: Screwworms [with list of references]. June 1941. [1]+15 leaves, 

il. 4" (Circular 18.) [Processed.] t A 56.24: 18 

Same: Stable flies [with list of references]. May 1941. [1]+12 leaves, 4° 

(Circular 17.) [Proces.sed.] t A 56.24: 17 

Pests. Review of United States patents relating to pest control, by R. C. Roark, 
v. 14, no. 5; May 1941. [1941.] [2] +9 p. 4° (Insecticide Investigations 
Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 56.17: 14/5 

Same, v. 14, no. 6; June 1941. [1941.] [2] +11 p. 4° (Insecticide In- 
vestigations Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 56.17: 14/6 

Service announcements. Index to Service and regulatory announcements, 1940. 
Sept. 1941. 2 p. t A 56.14 : 142-145/ind. 

Smith. Lloyd E. Addition to record by writ of certiorari, in Court of Customs 
and Patent Appeals, patent appeal docket no. 4571, Lloyd E. Smith v. James 
W. Swaine. [1941.] 3 p. large 8° [Case relates to insecticides.] t 

A 56.23 : Sm 61/3 

Vetch. Tests of species and varieties of vetch for resistance to vetch bruchid ; 
by J. S. Pinckney and R. E. Stitt. Sept. 1941. 6 p. (Agriculture Dept. 
Circular 617.) [Prepared in cooperation with Plant Industry Bureau.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 41-533 A 1.4/2 : 617 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

Agricultural engineering; [by R. W. Trullinger]. 1941. [1] +183-194 p. 
[From Report on agricultural experiment stations, 1940.] t 

A 10.1/2a : En 33/2/940 

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Experiment station record. Experiment station record, v. 85, no. 1; July 1941. 
11941.] Oliver title, p. 1-144. [Monthly. Text and illustration on p."2-4 of 
cover.] *Pai)or, 15e. single copy, $1.00 per vol. (2 vols, a yr.) ; foreign sub- 
scription, $1.75 per vol. 

L. c;. card Agr 9-832 A 10.6 : 85/1 

Note. — Mainly made up of abstracts of current publications on agi'icultural science 
and home economics, cspeciallj' those of the United States Department of Agriculture 
and the State agricultural experiment .stations. 

Same, v. 85, no. 2 ; Aug. 1941. [1941.] cover title, p. 145-288. [Monthly. ' 

Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] A 10.6 : 85/2 

Same, v. 83; index number. [1941.] cover title, xxi+865-1019 p. [Con- 
tains title page, contents, and index for v. 83, July-Dec. 1940.] * Paper, 15c. 

A 10.6 : 83/iud. 

National defense. Home resources for defense ; [by Sybil L. Smith and Georgian 
Adams]. 1941. [1] +195-234 p. [From Report on agricultural experiment 
stations, 1940.] t A 10.1/2a : H 752/3 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

Agricultural economics. Summary of agricultural-economics extension work and 
adjustments needed to meet emergency in [12] Northeastern States; by L. M. 
Vaughan. Aug. 1941. [2] +11 p. 4" (Extension Service circular 365.) 
[Processed. Prepared in cooperation with State agricultural colleges.] t 

A 43.4 : 365 

Extension marketing neics, Aug. IMl; no. SQ [38]. [1941.] [l]+9p. 4° (Eco- 
nomics Section.) [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in cooperation with State 
extension services. The number on this issue reads incorrectly 39 instead 
of 38.] t A 43.18: 38 

ExtCjiision Service review, v. 12, no. 8; Aug. 1941. [1941.] cover title, p. 113- 
128, il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c, 
single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40 (prices incorrectly given 
on publication as 75c. a yr., foreign subscription, $1.15). 
L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 43.7 : 12/8 

Film strip series. 

NoTK. — Film strips covering many phases of agriculture and home economics have 
been prepared by the Extension Service in cooperation with subject-matter bureaus of 
the Agriculture Department. Each film strip is accompanied by explanatory lecture notes. 

A list of available strips and information on bow to purctiase them may be obtained 
from the Extension Service, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C 

Orain. 4 H grain grading demonstrations; [prepared by Willis B. Combs, in 
collaboration with A. W. Jacob]. Apr. 1941. cover title, [l]+28 p. il. 4° 
(Miscellaneous extension publication 62.) [Processed.] f A 43.5/18: 62 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

Dairying. Suggested organization forms for farmers cooperative dairy associa- 
tions. [June 1941.] 67 p. 4° (Cooperative Research and Service Division.) 
[Processed.] f A 72.2 :D 14 

Federal credit unions. Cooperative saving with Federal credit unions, July- 
Aug. 1941 [V. 4, no. 4; published by Credit Union Section]. [1941.] [2] +18 
p. il. large 8° [Bimonthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, 60c. 
L. C. card 36-23195 A 72.18: 4/4 

Federal credit unions, monthly report of organization, July 1941. [1941.] 

[4]+2p. 4° (Credit Union Section.) [Processed.] t A 72.14: 941/7 

Loans. Quarterly report on loans and discounts, June 30, 1941. [1941.] [2] +10 
p. il. 4° (Finance and Accounts Division.) [Processed.] t A 72.12 : 941/2 

Naticnial Co-operatives, Inc. Survey of National Co-operatives, Inc. ; by Joseph G. 
Knapp. July 1941. cover title, [114] p. 6 pi. 4° (Special report 89 ; Cooperative j 
Research and Service Division.) [Processed. Some of these pages are issued as 
leaves.] f A 72.9: 89 

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August 1941 1109 

News for farmer cooperatives, Aug. 1941; [v. 8, no. 5]. [1941.] 32 p. il. large 8° 
[Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
L. O. card 36-20027 A 72.10 : 8/5 

Petroleum products. Survey to determine possibilities for cooperative purchasing 
and distribution of petroleum products by farmers in Mississippi, Alabama, and 
Louisiana; by John H. Lister. June 1941. cover title, [l]+26 p. 2 pi. 4° 
(Special report 88; Cooperative Research and Service Division.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 72.9: 88 

Potatoes. Marketing Maine potatoes, Boston retail prices as associated with 
types of packages, retailers, and consumer incomes, Feb. 20-Apr. 6, 1940 ; by 
Gertrude G. Fc«lsch. May 1941. cover title, iii+32 p. 2 pi. 4" (Miscellaneous 
report 36 ; Cooperative Research and Service Division. ) [Processed. Prelim- 
inary report. Prepared in cooperation with Maine Agricultural Experiment 
Station.] t A 72.8: 36 

Report. 8th annual report of Farm Credit Administration, 1940. 1941. vi+292 
p. il. * Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card 34-26507 A 72.1: 940 

Same. (H. doc. 14, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

FARM SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 

Addresses. Cooperative farming, address by George L. Oliver at Resettlement 
Personnel Conference of Farm Security Administration, New Orleans, La., Jan. 
80,1941. [May 27, 1941.] 6 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 61.16: 78 

Land leasing, lease and development, and purchase & development co- 
operative associations, address by M. K. Medley at Resettlement Personnel 
Conference of Farm Security Administration, New Orleans, La., Jan. 30, 1941. 
[June2, 194L] 5 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t A 61.16 :L 23/2 

Farm, family labor camp program in Texas. [1941.] 1 sheet (with map on verso) , 
folded into narrow 8° size and so printed as to number [2] pages, t 

A 61.2 : F 22/17 

Fartn family record book [Apr. 1, 1941]. [1941.] cover title, iv+A-H+52 p. 
oblong 8° (Form FSA-RR 195. ) * Paper, 15c. A 61. forms : RR 195/941 

Note. — The Farm family record book is a joint farm and home record book to keep a 
year's record of all happenings regarding your farm business and family living. 

Loans. Explanation of variable payment plan for repaying tenant purchase loan. 
[June 27, 1941.] 6 p. narrow 8" (Form FSA-364.) t A 61.2 :L 78/4 

Note. — This pamphlet shows how tenant purchase borrowers are protected by payment 
plan based on net cash income. 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL RELATIONS OFFICE 

Foreign crops and markets. Foreign crops and markets, v. 43, no. 5-8 ; Aug. 4-25, 
1941. [1941.] p. 117-240, 4° [Weekly. Processed. Pages 167-192 are a sup- 
plement to V. 43, no. 6.] t A 67.8: 43/5-8 

Index to Foreign crops and markets, v. 41, July-Dec. 1940. [1941.] 

[2] +75 p. 4" [Processed. Prepared by TarifC Commission with assistance of 
Work Projects Administration.] f A 67.8 : 41/ind. 

Fruit. Imports of fruits and vegetables under quarantine by countries and ports 
of entry, July-June 1939-40 ; compiled from official records of Bureau of En- 
tomology and Plant Quarantine. Washington, D. C, May 1941, [2]-}-10 p. 4" 
(FSV-122.) [Processed.] t A 67.14 : 122 

FOREST SERVICE 

Michigan. Forest resources of upper peninsula of Michigan ; by R. N. Cunning- 
ham and H. G. White. July 1941. viii+32 p. il. map, 4° (Agriculture Dept. 
Miscellaneous publication 429.) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-542 A 1.38 : 429 

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11 IQ Government Publications 

Painthiff. Two-coat system of house painting [with list of literature cited; by 
F. L. Browne.] 1941. [1] +19 p.+ [5] leaves, 6 pi. 4° (Forest Products Labo- 
ratory.) [Processod.] t Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. 

A 13.27/12 : P 16 

Range plant handbook [with list of sources ; prepared by Thomas Lommasson, 
Barry C. Park, Charles A. Kutzleb, Odell Julander, Arnold R. Standing, Selar 
S. Hutchings, Lloyd W. Swift, Edward P. Cliff, Doris W. Hayes, Miriam L. 
Bombard, technical review by W. R. Chapline, R. R. Hill, Lincoln Ellison]. 1937 
[slightly revised June 1940]. [1941.] [l]+xxvi+[816] p. il. [Illustrations 
prepared by Leta Hughey, Ehior L. Keplinger, Gene Walker, Margaret Austin, 
Hermione Dreja, Harold W. Sentiff, and Elsie L. Pomeroy.] *Cloth, $3.00 

A 13.36 : R 16/2/940 

Wallfi. Rigidity and strength of braced and unbraced walls covered with bevel 
siding [with list of literature cited; by E. C. O. Erickson]. Apr. 1941. 
[l]+3-f[l] p. 4 pi. 4° (Forest Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t 
Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/2 : W 15 

Wood. Factors that influence decay of untreated wood in service and comparative 
decay resistance of different species; [by George M. Hunt]. Revised Apr. 1941. 
[1941.] [l]+5p. 4° (Forest Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t Forest 
Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/2 : W 85/5/941 

Relation of moisture content and drying rate of wood to relative humidity 

of atmosphere. Revised May 1941. [1941.] [l]+7+[3] p. il 4" (Forest 
Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] f Forest Products Laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. A 13.27/2 : W 85/58 

Wood lots. Care and improvement of farm woods; [by C. R. Tillotson]. [Nov. 
1920, revised Feb. 1939, slightly revised July 1941.] [1941.] [2] +25 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1177.) [Mar. 1916, on verso of title page 
is the original date of issue of Farmers' bulletin 711, of which Farmers' bulletin 
1177 is a revision.] *Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-535 A 1.9 : 1177/3 

HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Clothing. Body measurements of American boys and girls for garment and pat- 
tern construction, comprehensive report of measuring procedures and statistical 
analysis of data on 147,000 American children [with list of literature cited] ; by 
Ruth O'Brien, Meyer A. Girshick, and Eleanor P. Hunt. July 1941. v+141 
p. il. 12 pi. in pocket, 8 p. of pi. 4° (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publica- 
tion 366.) [Prepared in cooperation with Works Progress Administration.] 
♦Paper, 60c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-539 A 1.38 : 366 

Family expenditures for clothing, 5 regions : by Day Monroe, Maryland Y. 

Pennell, Elizabeth Phelps, June Constantine Hopper, Helen HoUingsworth. 
1941. iv+387 p. il. (Agriculture Dept., Miscellaneous publication 428; Home 
Economics Bureau, Consumer purchases study, farm series.) [Prepared in 
cooperation with Work Projects Administration.] *Paper, 30c. 

L. C. card Agr 41-541 A 1.38 : 428 

FttrnUhhigs. Family expenditures for furnishings and equipment, 5 regions; by 
Day Monroe, Helen HoUingsworth, Margaret Perry, Maryland Y. Pennell. 1941. 
v+212 p. il. (Agriculture Dept., Miscellaneous publication 436; Home Eco- 
nomics Bureau, Consumer purchases study, urban, village, and farm.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Work Projects Administration.] *Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-543 A 1.38 : 436 

INFORMATION OFFICE 

Clip sheet, no. 120.5-9; Aug. 3-31, 1941. [1941.] Each 4 leaves, f [Weekly. 
Processed.] t (limited distribution) . A 21.15 : 1205-1209 

Note. — The Clip sheet is made up of short articles concerning tlie work of the 
Department of Apriculfure and the application of new ideas and discoveries in the 
fields of aKriculture and science. Distribution is free and only to writers, newspapers, 
and ipublishers interested in aKricultiiral information. (No subscription list.) 

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August 1941 1111 

Puhlicatioyis. Numerical list of current publications of Department of Agri- 
culture, compiled by comparison with the originals ; by Fred L. Zimmerman 
and Phyllis E. Read. 1941 v+929 p. 4° (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous 
publication 450.) * Paper, $1.75. 
L. C. card Agr 41-545 A 1.38 : 450 

United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publications, 

July 1941. [1941.] 2+ [2] p. t 

L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : 941/7 

PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Alfalfa. Lygus bug damage to alfalfa in relation to seed production [with list 
of literature cited]; by John W. Carlson. 1941. [2] +791-815+ [1] p. il. 
[From Journal of agricultural research, v. 61, no. 11, Dec. 1, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Al 28/49 

Crops. Growing crops without soil; by C. F. Kinmaii. [1941.] 2 p. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t A 19.2 : C 88/2 

Easter lilies. Effect of cool storage of Easter lily bulbs on subsequent forcing 
performance; by Philip Brierley. 1941. [2] +317-335+ [1] p. il. [Ftom 
Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : Ea 77 

Grasses. Growth and flowering of some tame and wild .grasses in response to 

different pliotoperiods [with list of literature cited] ; by H. A. Allard and 

Morgan W. Evans. [1941.] cover title, p. 193-228, il. [From Journal of 

agricultural research, v. 62, no. 4, Feb. 15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.28/a : G 769/20 

Molasses grass. [1941.] [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t A 19.2 :M 73 

Giiava culture; by T. Ralph Robinson. [1941.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 19.2 : G 93 

Jefferson Couuti/, Tom. Soil survey, Jefferson County, Tenn. [with list of 
literature cited] ; by J. W. Moon, Howard Wm. Higbee, Wallace Roberts, Fos- 
ter Rudolph, G. M. Welles, and L. J. Strickland. July 1941. cover title, 104 
p. il. 8 p. of pi. map in pocket. ([Soil survey report] series 1935, no. 20.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station. 
Text and illustration on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paiier, 50c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-547 A 19.32 : 935/20 

Legumes. Diseases of some forage legumes grown in nurseries ; by Howard 
W. Johnson and William C. Davis. May 15, 1941. [1]+10 leaves, 4° [Proc- 
essed. Prepared in cooperation with Civilian Con.servation Corps and with 
Federal and State nurseries.] t A 19.2 : F 74/3 

Loose smut. Hybridization between Ustilago avenae and U. perennans [with 
list of lierature cited]; by C. S. Holton and G. W. Fischer. 1941. [2] + 
121-128+ [1] p. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 62, no. 2. Jan. 
15, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a :L 875 

Plant disease reporter, v. 25, no. 14 and 15, Aug. 1 and 15, 1941 ; issued by Di- 
vision of Mycology and Disease Survey. [1941.] [3] +365-410 p. il. 1 pi. 4° 
[Semimonthly. Processed.] t A 19.18 : 25/14, 15 

Plant seienee literature, selected references, v. 14, no. 5-9, Aug. 2-30, 1941; 
compiled by librarv staff of Bureau of Plant Industry. [1941.] various pag- 
ing, 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t A 19.22/2 : 14/5-9 

Pruninr/ hardy fruit plants; [prepared in Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops 
and Diseases]. [June 1941.] ii+46 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1870.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-534 A 1.9 : 1870 

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION 

Construction contract (genei'al contract) for rural electrical distribution project. 
[1941.] cover title, [129] p. 129 p. of pi. 4° [Some of these pages are printed 
as leaves.] * Paper, $1.00. A 68.2 : C 76/940 

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Rural electrification news. Rural electrification news, July 1941; v. 6, no. 11. 
[1911.] 32 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] ♦Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription. $1,50. 
L. C. card 37-26406 A 68.9: 6/11 

Same, Aug. 1941 ; v. 6, no. 12. [1941.] 32 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 



SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 



A 68.9 : 6/12 



Hard u-orJc but no hard times ; by Harrington King. 1941. 6 p. 11. 4° [From Soil 
conservation, v. 6, no. 10, Apr. 1941.] t A 57.9/a : W 892 

Legumes for erosion control and wildlife [with list of literature cited] ; by Ed- 
ward H. Graham. [Aug.] 1941. ii+153 p. 1 pi. 28 p. of pi. (Agriculture 
Dept. Miscellaneous publication 412.) [Drawings made by Bernard L. Simmons, 
Adrian D. Clem, and Clarence E. Margraff.] * Cloth, 65c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-540 A 1.38 : 412 

Muskif}f/vm River basin. Precipitation in Muskingum River basin, June 1941; 

by Climatic and Physiographic Division. June 1941. cover title, 69 p. il. 4° 

(Research OflBce.) [Processed.] Not available for distribution. 

A 57.21 : 941/6 
Shru'bs for wildlife on farms in the Southeast; [by Verne E. Davison]. [Dec. 

1940, slightly revised June 1941.] [1941.] 8 p. 11. (Agriculture Dept. Leaflet 

200.) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card Agr 40-559 A 1.35 : 200/2 

Soil. Surface condition of soil and time of application as related to intake of 
water; by F. L. Duley and L. L. Kelly. Aug. 1941. 31 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Circular 608.) * Paper, 10 c. 
L. C. card Agr 41-538 A 1.4/2 : 608 

Soil conservation. [Articles reprinted, originally appearing in Soil conservation, 
V. 6, nos. 8-9, Feb.-Mar. 1941.] [1941.] 44 p. il. 4° [From Soil conservation, 
V. 6, nos. 8-9, Feb.-Mar. 1941.] t A 57.9/a : F 229/2 

Note. — New farm movement takes rapid root ; by H. H. Bennett. — District operation 
from supervisor's standpoint ; by P. S. Hurd. — Of farmers, by farmers, and for farmers ; 
by A. E. McClymond.s. — Here and thpre among the districts.^ — Banker's part in soil con- 
servation districts ; by Walter S Cothran. — They knew what they wanted ; by Frank B. 
Harper and Harold E. Russell. — District saves water where it falls, interview with super- 
visor ; by Tom Dale. — Putting district idea to work on Michigan's lake shore ; by Melville 
H. Cohee. — Munson conservation district, example of democracy at grass roots ; by Kenneth 
S. Davis. — Land comes first ; by Walter W. John. — Once-in-a-hundred-yeiirs rain ; by E B. 
Garrett. — It can be done ; by Tom Dale. — Colored land-use maps guide farmers ; by Walter 
W. John. — New hope for old farm ; bv Walter W. John. — Banker's fourfold obligation ; 
by W. Judd Wyatt. 

Soil conservation, official organ of Soil Conservation Service, Aug. 1941 ; 

[v. 7, no. 2]. [1941.] cover title, p. 29-60, il. 4° [Monthly. Text and illus- 
tration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10 c. single copy, $1-00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $1.50. 

L. C. card Agr 35-403 A 57.9 : 7/2 

Same, index, July 1940- June 1941. 1941. [1] +6 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. 

A 57.9 : 6/ind. 

Soil conservation districts in action on land ; by Glenn K. Rule, in collaboration 
with district supervisors. July 1941. [2] +25 p. il. 4° (Agriculture Dept 
Miscellaneous publication 448. ) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agi- 41-544 A 1.38 : 448 

Soil conservaiion literature, selected current references, v. 5, no. 4, July-Aug. 
1941 ; compiled by librarv staff of Soil Conservation Service, Washington, D. C. 
[1941.] [2] -f 158-204 p. 4° [Bimonthly. Processed.] t A 57.20: 5/4 

SURPLUS MARKETING ADMINISTRATION 

Orapefruit. Order regulating handling of grapefruit grown in Arizona, in Im- 
perial County, Calif., and in that part of Riverside County, Calif., situated south 
and east of San Gorgonio Pass, effective May 26, 1941. [1941.] lip. (Order 
55.) [Title 7, chap. 9, Code of Federal regulations, (Marketing orders) pt. 
955.] t A 73.8: 55 

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August 1941 1113 

8chool lunches and the schools. [1941.] [6] p. il. narrow 8° (SMA-SL 9.) t 

A 73.13 : 9 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Automotile accidents. Motor vehicle accident deaths, deaths from motor vehicle 
accidents in large cities, July 26-Aug. 23, 1941 ; v. 6, no. 80-34. Aug. 1-29, 1941. 
Each 4 p. il. 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t 3.128:6/30-34 

Census, 19^0 {16th). See, below, entries under center head Census, I94O {16th). 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States, May 1941, 
corrected to June 30, 1941 ; compiled by Division of Foreign Trade Statistics. 
1941. 47 p. 4° [Formerly issued by Foreign and Domestic Commerce 
Bureau.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.25 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.85. 
L. C. card 14-21465 C 3.147 : Ml/5 

Same. (H. doc. 928, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) 

Cotton. Activity in cotton spinning industry, July 1941. Aug. 20, 1941. 1 p. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed. Preliminary report] f C 3.53: 941/7 

Cotton production in United States, crop of 1940. 1941. ii4-37 p. il. 

[Prepared under supervision of D. L. Floyd, chief statistician for cotton and 
oils.] * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card 25-26263 C 3.32 : 940 

June report of cotton consumed, on hand, imported and exported, and 

active cotton spindles. July 15, 1941. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. Is- 
sued in postal card form.] t 3.21:940-41/11 

Same, July report of cotton consumed, on hand, imported and exported, 

and active cotton spindles. Aug. 15, 1941. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. 
Issued in postal card form.] f 3.21:940-41/12 

Cottonseed. Cottonseed received, crushed, and on hand, and cottonseed products 
manufactured, shipped out, and on hand for 11 months, ending June 30, 1941 
and 1940. July 14, 1941. oblong 32° [Exports and imports of cottonseed 
pi'oducts for 10 months ending Mav 31. Preliminary I'eport. Issued in postal 
card form.] t 3.25:940-41/11 

Same, 12 months, ending July 31, 1941 and 1940. Aug. 15, 1941. oblong 

32" [Exports and imports of cottonseed products for 11 months ending June 30. 
Preliminary report. Issued in postal card form.] t 3.25 : &40-41/12 

Employment. State and local government quarterly employment survey, 1st 

quarter, 1941 ; v. 2, no. 9, Employees and pay rolls of counties under 50,000 

papulation in Jan. 1941. May 5, 1941. 22 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 40-26613 3.140:2/9 

Same: v. 2, no. 10, Employees and pay rolls of townships in Jan. 1941, 

May 20, 1941. 20 p. 4° [Processed.] t 3.140:2/10 

Same : v. 2, no. 15, Municipal employment in cities of 5,000 to 10,000 pop- 
ulation in Apr. 1941. Aug. 11, 1941. 29p. U. 4" [Processed.] t 3.140:2/15 

Same: v. 2, no. 36, Municipal employment in cities of 2,.50O to 5,000 popula- 
tion in Apr. 1941. Aug. 9, 1941. 14 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 3.140:2/16 

Same: v. 2, no. 18, Employees and pay rolls of counties over 50,000 pop- 
ulation in Apr. 1941. Aug. 16, 1941. 14 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

3.140:2/18 

Same : v. 2, no. 19, Employees and pay rolls of counties under 50,000 pop- 
ulation in Apr. 1941. Aug. 22, 1941. 21 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

3.140:2/19 

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1114 



Government Publications 



Financial statistics of cities, 1939: v. 1, Individual cities. [Processed. Issued 
with ptM-foratious. Tlie following numbers have been is.sued during the period 
of this Moiithlv catalog.] t 
L. /C. card 40-29080 C 3.142 : 939/v.l, no.10-14. 

10. Denver [Colo.], population, 1940 census, 322.412. June IS, 1941. 8 p. 

11. Paterson [N.J.], population, 1940 census, 139.656. June 19, 1941. 7 p. 

12. Portland [Oreg.], population, in'O census. 30."). 100. June 20, 1941. 8 p. 

13. Waterl)urv [Conn.], population, 1940 census, 99,314. June 21, 1941. 7 p. 

14. Erie [Pa.], population, 1940 census, 116,955. June 28, 1941. 8 p. 

Industrial and business statistics. [Monthly and quarterly industrial and business 
statistics.] 4° or o-blong 8" [Processed.] f C 3. (various arbitrary numbers) : 
Note. — The Census Bureau collects and publishes monthly and quarterly current sta- 
tistics, in processed form, for numerous industries and commodities. Summaries of most of 
these statistics are published later in Survey of current business issurd each month by the 
Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau. 'T'le titles of the.se reports as issued for 1941, 
with the Documents Office classification number for each are listed below : 

Monthly industrial and business reports 



Air conditioning systems and equipment 
(C.S.68:) 

Asphalt prepared roofing (C 3.100 :) 

Automobile financing (C 3.69 :) 

Automobiles, manufacturer s' sales 
(C3.70:) 

Boots, shoes, and slippers, other than rub- 
ber (C 3.43 :) 

Cellulo.se plastic products (C 3.73 :) 

Commercial steel castings (C3.74:) 

Confoctionery and competitive chocolate 
products, manufacturers' sales and 
credits (C 3.135:) 

Cotton, leather, and allied garments 
(C3.64:) 

Cottonseed products manufactured and on 
hand at oil mills, by States (C 3.125:) 

Domestic pumps, water systems, and wind 
mills (C3.77:) 

Fabricated steel nlate (C 3.83 :) 

Floor and wall tile (C3.85:) 

Galvanized range lioilers and tanks for hot 
water heaters (C3.86:) 

Hosiery (C3.87:) 

Illuminating glassware manufactur- 
ers, sales and credits (C 3.146 :) 

Knit wool gloves and mittens (C 3.63 :) 

Leather gloves and mittens (C3.42:) 

Malleable iron castings (C3.89:) 

M'chanical stokers (C 3.91 :) 

Men's, youths', and boys' clothing cut 
(C 3.92 :) 

Methanol (C 3.101 :) 

Oil burners (C 3.93 :) 



[sum- 
of 34 



Paint, varnish, lacquer, and filler 

(C3.94:) 
Paperboard (C3.95:) 
Plastic paints, cold water paints, and 

calcimines (C 3.96 :) 
Porcelain enameled products, metal base 

only (C3.98:) 
Public merchandise warehousing 

(C 3.102:) 
Pulverizers for pulverized fuel installa- 
tions (C 3.103:) 
Pyroxylin-coated textiles (C 3.104:) 
Railroad locomotives (C 3.105:) 
Raw wool consumption (C 3.52 :) 
Red-cedar shingles (C 3.119 :) 
Retail sales, independent stores, 

marv and one report for each 

States and 6 cities] (C 3.1.38:) 
Steel barrels and drums (C 3.106 :) 
Steel boilers (C 3.107 :) 
Steel office furniture, shelving, and lockers, 

and fire-resistive safe industry products 

(C3.108:) 
Structural clay products (C 3.109 :) 
Sulphuric acid" (C 3.110:) 
Superphosphates (C 3.111:) 
Underwear, knit cloth and knit fabric 

gloves (C 3.113:) 
Wheat eround and wheat-milling products 

(C 3.117:) 
White-base antifriction bearing metals 

fC3.71:) 
Wholesalers' sales, inventories, and credits 

(C 3.133:) 
Wool machinery activity (C 3.51 :) 



Quarterly industrial and business reports 



Blower.'i, fans unit heaters, and accessory 

equipment (C 3.143 :) 
Canned foods stock report (C 3.136:) 
Edible gelatin (C 3.79 :) 
Electrical goods (C 3.82 :) 
Fats ard oils, animal and vegetable 

(C 3.123:) 
Lacquers (C3.88:) 



Mining and industrial locomotives 

(C3.81 :) 
Warm-air furnaces, winter nir-condition- 

ing systems, and accessory equipment 

(C 3.144:) 
Wheat and wheat-flour stocks held by mills 

(C 3.115:) 
Wool stock (C 3.52/2:) 



Mortality index. Weekly mortality index, deaths (stillbirths excluded) in major 
cities, Aug. 2-23, 194i ; v. 12, no. 31-34. Aug. 7-28, 1941. Each 4 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t 3.41:12/31-34 

Special studies. State and local government si>ecial study no. 14: Decade orf 
assessed valuations, 1929-38. Jitly 29, 1941. 31 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 40-26(113 C 3.145 : 14 



Vital statistics. Monthly vital statistics bulletin, Aug. 8, 1941: 
[1941.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

Supplement to Instruction manual, pt. 1, 1941 

ment 1.) [Processed.] t 



y. 4. no. 6. 
C 3.127 : 4/6 

[1941.] 1 p. 4° (Snpple- 
C 3.6 : V 83/941/pt. 1/supp. 1 



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Vital statistics — Continued. 

Vital statistics, special reports, v. 12, no. 2&-34; July 2-Aug. 28, 1941. 

[1941.] p. 5(>3-(;i01, il. 4° [Processed.] t C 3.67 : 12/28-34 

Note. — Volume 12 began with reports of final figures covering Nation-wide natality and 
mortality for 1939. Succeeding issues of this volume will be published concurrently with 
those of volumo 10. 

Census, 19J,0 {16th) 

Agriculture. Agriculture: Delaware and District of Columbia, 2d series, farm 
mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expenditures, and miscellaneous farm infor- 
mation, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, witli statistics for counties. 1941. 
iv+22 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [I'repared luider .super- 
vision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statistician for agriculture.] *Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51011 C 3.940-15 : D 37 

Same : Iowa, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expenditures, 

and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, with 
statistics for counties. 1941. iv+65 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 
1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statistician for 
agriculture.] *Paper, 15c. C 3.940-15 : lo 9 

Same : Maryland, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expendi- 
tures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, 
with statistics for counties. 1941. iv+29 p. il. 4' (16th census of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statis- 
tician for agriculture.] *Paper, 10c. C 3.940-15 : M 36 

Same : Michigan, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expendi- 
tures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, 
with statistics for counties. 1941. iv+59 p. il. 4° (16th cen.sus of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statis- 
tician for agriculture.] *Paper, 15c. C 3.940-15 : M 58 

Same : Minnesota, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expendi- 
tures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, 
with statistics for counties. 1941. iv+59 p. il. 4" (16th census of United 
State.s, 1940.) [Prepared under .supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statis- 
tician for agriculture.] *Paper, 15c. C 3.940-15 : M 66 

Same : Nevada, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expendi- 
tures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, 
with statistics for counties. 1941. iv-|-31 p. il. 4° (16th census of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statis- 
tician for agriculture.] *Paper, 10c. C 3.940-15 : N 41 

Same : Ohio, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expenditures, 

and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, with 
statistics for counties. 1941. iv+61 p. il. 4" (16th census of United States, 
1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statistician 
for agriculture.] *Paper, 15c. C3.940--15: Oh 3 

Same : Rhode Island, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, ex- 
penditures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor 
crops, with statistics for counties. 1941. iv+22 p. 11. 4° (16th census of 
United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief 
statistician for agriculture.] *Paper, 10c. C 3.940-15 : R 34 

Same : United States summary, 1st series, uses of land, principal crops and 

classes of livestock, with statistics for geographic divisions and States. 1941. 
iv+54 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Zellmer R. Pettet. chief statistician for agriculture.] *Paper, 15c. 

C 3.940-14 : Un 3 

Same : Vermont, 2d series, farm mortgages, taxes, labor facilities, expendi- 
tures, and miscellaneous farm information, fruits, vegetables, and minor crops, 
with statistics for counties. 1941. iv+27 p. il. 4° (16th census of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statis- 
tician for agriculture.] *Paper, 10c. C 3.940-15 : V 59 

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Government Publications 



5 p. 4° (16th 



Construction. Construction : Alabama, 1939. May 19, 1941. 
sus of United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51012 

Same: Arkansas, 1939. May 23, 1941. 4 p. 4° 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Colorado, 1939. July 3, 1941. 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same : Connecticut, 1939. July 29, 1941. 8 p. 4° 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Georgia, 1939. July 24, 1941. 5 p. 4° 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Idaho, 1939. June 16, 19il. 4 p. 4° (16th 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Indiana, 1939. July 27, 1941. 8 p. 4° 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Iowa. 1939. July 29, 1941 



5 p. 4° (16th cen- 

C 3.940-28 : Al lb 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-2S : Ar 4k 



25, 1941. 4 p. 4 

July 31, 1941. 6 p. 4° 



July 28, 1^1. 8 p. 4° 

t 

July 24, 1941. 8 p. 4° 

t 

June 23, 1941. 4 p. 4° 



p. 4^" 



States, 1940.) [Processed.] 

— Same: Maine. 1939. Apr. 
1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same : Maryland. 1939. 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] 

— Same: Michigan, 19.39. 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] 

— Same: Minnesota, 1939. 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] 

— Same : Mississippi, 1939, 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: Nebraska, 1939. July 15, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: Nevada, 1939. July 10, 1941. 4 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: New Hampshire, 1939. July 14, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: New Mexico, 1939. June 24, 1941. 4 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: North Carolina, 1939. July 17, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: North Dakota, 1939. June 27, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Oregon, 1939. June 24, 1941. 5 p. 4 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Rhode Island, 1939. July 30, 1941. 

United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: South Carolina, 1939. May 26, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same: South Dakota, 1939. June 30, 1941. 
United States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Vermont, 1939. June 26, 1941. 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

— Same : Wisconsin, 1939. July 26, 1941 
States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 

Same: Wyoming. 1939. June 28, 1941. 

States, 1940.) [Processed.] t 



census of United 
C 3.940-28 : C 71 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : C 76 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : G 29 

census of United 
C 3.940-28 : Id 1 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : In 2 

census of United 
C 3.940-28 : lo 9 

(16th census of United States, 
C 3.940-28 : M 28 



5 p. 4° (16th 



(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : M 36 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : M 58 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : M 66 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : M 69 1 

4+[l] p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : N 27 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : N 41 

4 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : N 42h 



p. 4" 



(16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : N 42m 



5 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : N 81c 

4 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : N 81d 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : Or 3 

5 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : R 34 

4 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : So 8c 

4 p. 4° (16th census of 
C 3.940-28 : So 8d 



4 p. 4° 



7 p. 4° 



4 p. 4" 



(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : V 59 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : W 75 

(16th census of United 
C 3.940-28 : W 99 



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August 1941 1117 

Irrigation. Irrigation of agricultural lands : Nebraska, enterprises, areas, works 
and equipment, capital invested, and maintenance and operation costs, with 
statistics for counties and drainage basins. 1941. iv+31 p. 4° (16th census 
of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, 
chief statistician for agriculture.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51013 C 3.940-9 : N 27 

Same : Wyoming, enterprises, areas, works and equipment, capital invested, 

and maintenance and operation costs, with statistics for counties and drainage 
basins. 1941. iv+37 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared 
under supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief statistician for agriculture.] 
♦ Paper, 10c. , C 3.940-9 : W 99 

Manufactures. Manufactures, 1939: Bakery products subgroup, industries. 1941. 
vi+19 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 
10c. 
L. C. card 41-51014 C 3.940-18 : B 17 

Same: Beverages. 1941. vi4-30 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician 
for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51105 C 3.940-18 : B 46 

Same: Children's and infants' outerwear. 1941. vi+7 p. 4° (16th census 

of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, 
chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-51016 C 3.940-18 : C 43 

Same: Engines and turbines, agricultural machinery and tractors. 1941. 

vi+14 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 
10c. 

L. C. card 41-51017 C 3.940-18 : En 3 

Same: Grain-mill products. IJMl. vi-|-24 p. 4° (16th census of United 

States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief 
statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51018 C 3.940-18 : G 76 

Same : Hats except cloth and millinery subgroup, finishing of men's and 

boys' hats industries. 1941. vi-f7 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) 
[Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for 
manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-51019 C 3.940-18 : H 28 

Same : Industries, bookbinding and related industries, service industries for 

printing trades, machine and hand typesetting (including advertisement type- 
setting), engraving (steel, copperplate, and wood), plate printing, photoengrav- 
ing, not done in printing establishments (including preparation of plates), 
electrotyping and stereotyping, not done in printing establishments. 1941. 
vi-|-15 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 
10c. 

L. C. card 41-51020 C 3.940-18 : In 27/7 

Same: Industries, flat glass, glass containers, tableware, pressed or blown 

glass, and glassware not elsewhere classified, mirrors and other glass products 
made of purchased glass. 1941. vi-hl5 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 
1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician 
for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51021 C 3.940-18 : In 27/4 

Same: Industries, lighting fixtures, nonferrous metal foundries (except 

aluminum), aluminum ware, kitchen, hospital, and household (except electri- 
cal appliances), aluminum products (including rolling and drawing and ex- 
truding), not elsewhere classified, collapsible tubes, gold and silver leaf and 
foil, tin and other foils (except gold and silver foil), sheet-metal work not spe- 
cifically classified, nonferrous metal products not elsewhere classified. 1941. 
vi-1-23 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
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Manufactures — Continued. 

vision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 

10c. 

L. C. card 41-51022 C 3.940-18 : In 27/5 

Same : Industries, primary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals, 

alloying and rolling and drawing, alloying, and rolling and drawing of nonfer- 
rous metals, except aluminum, secondary smelting and refining of nonferrous 
metals and alloys, secondary smelting and refining, gold, silver, and platinum, 
secondary smelting and i-etining of nonferrous metals, not elsewhere classified. 
1941. vi + ll p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-51023 C 3.940-18 : In 27/6 

■ Same: Leather and leather products, industries. 1941. vi+35 p. 4° 

(16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under suijervision of Thomas 

J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, lOc. 

L. C. card 41-51024 C 3.940-18 : L 48 

Same: Metal stamping, enameling, galvanizing, japanning, and lacquering, 

fabricated structural steel and ornamental metal work. 1941. vi+19 p. 4° 
(16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas 
J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51025 C 3.940-18 : M 56/2 

Same : Pens, pencils, stencils, and artists' materials, industries. 1941. 

vi+ll p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 
10c. 

L. C. card 41-51026 C 3.940-18 : P 38 

■ Same: Pottery and related products. 1941. vi + 13 p. 4° (16th census 

of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under sui^ervision of Thomas J. Fitz- 
gerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper. 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51027 C 3.940-18 : P 85 

Same: Rubber products. 1941. vi+16 p. 4° (16th census of United 

States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief 
statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51028 C 3.940-18 : R 82 

Same: Sugar subgroup, confectionery and related products subgroup. 

1941. vi+29 p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under 
sui^ervision of Thomas J. Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] 

* Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51029 C 3.940-18 : S,u 3 

Same: Toys and sporting and athletic goods. 1941. vi+9 p. 4" (16th 

census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Thomas J. 
Fitzgerald, chief statistician for manufactures.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 41-51030 C 3.940-18 : T 66 

Populatimi. Population, 1st series, number of inhabitants : Florida. lOil. 
vi-f-18 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States. 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician for population.] * Paper. 10c. 
L. C. card 40-29306 C 3.940-13 : F 66 

Same: Michigan. 1941. vi-|-23 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 
for i)opulation.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-13 : M 58 

Same: Minnesota. 1941. vi4-25 p. il. 4° (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 
for population.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-13 : M 66 

Same : Washington. 1941. vi+18 p. il. 4" (16th census of United States, 

1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician 
for population.] * Paper, lOc. C 3.940-13 : W 27 

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August 3941 1119 

Retail trade. Census of business, 1939, retail trade: Commodity sales, drug 
stores. 1941. iii+49 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared 
under supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] 
* Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-51031 C 3.940-24 : D 84 

Same: Commodity sale.s, filling stations. 1941. lii+21 p. 4° (16th cen- 
sus of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under sui^ervision of Fred A. Gosnell, 
chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51032 C 3.940-24 : F 48 

Service estahlishnicnts. Census of business, service establishments, 1939: States, 
counties, and citie.s. 1941. vi+251 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 
1940.) [Prepared imder suiiervisiou of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician 
for business.] * Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card 41-51033 C 3.940-21 : S,e 6 

Wholesale trade. Census of business, 1939, wholesale trade: Alabama, statistics 
by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2]+8+[l] p. 4° (16th census of 
United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief 
statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51034 C 3.940-25 : Al lb/2 

Same : Arizona, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] + 

5+ [2] p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 3.940-25 : Ar 41/2 

Same : California, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] +^6 

p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of 
Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-25 : C 12/2 

Same: Missouri, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] +20 

p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of 
Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-25 : M 69o/2 

Same : New York, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] -|-27 

p. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under sui)ervision of 
Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-25 : N 42y/2 

Same: Ohio, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] +23 p. 4° 

(16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Fred A. 
Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] * Paper, 10c. C 3.940-25: Oh 3/2 

Same : Pennsylvania, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. 

[2] +25 p. 4° (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Fred A. Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] *Paper, 10c. 

C 3.940-25 : P 38/2 

Same : Texas, statistics by areas, cities, and counties. 1941. [2] +21 p. 4° 

(16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Fred A. 
Gosnell, chief statistician for business.] *Paper, 10c. C 3.940-25 : T 31/2 

Maps 

^iafeoma, minor civil divisions, precincts, 1940; [map]. Scale 40 m.=3.4in. 1941. 
20X30 in. *15c. C 3.61 : Al lb/940 

ilncono, minor civil divisions, districts, 1940 ; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 1941. 
35 X 30 in. *15c. C 3.61 : Ar 4i/940 

CoZorodo, minor civil divisions, precincts, 1940 ; [map]. Scale 40 m.=3.4 in. 1941. 
26X34 in. *15c. C 3.61 : C 71/940 

Florida, minor civil divisions, precincts, 1940; [map]. Scale 40 m.=2.5 in. 1941. 
31X31 in. *15c. C 3.61 : F 66/940 

Illinois, minor civil divisions, townships and precincts, 1940; [map]. Scale 
30 m.=2.5 in. 1941 35X22 in. *15c. C 3.61 : U 6/940 

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1120 Government Publications 

I/OMman«, minor civil divisions, wards, 1940 ; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 1^1. 
27 X 28 in. ♦ISc. C 3.61 : L 93/940 

Massachusetts, minor civil divisions, towns, 1940; [map]. Scale 20 m. =2.5 in. 
1941. 16X25 in. *15c. C 3.61 : M 38/940 

Minnesota, minor civil divisions, townships, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5in. 
1941. 37X33 in. *15c. C 3.61 : M 66/940 

Montana, minor civil divisions, school districts, precincts, and townships, 1940; 
[map]. Scale 40 m. =2.5 in. 1941. 23X38 in. *15c. C 3.61 : M 76/940 

Nebraska. Nebraska, irrigation, by drainage basins, 1940; [map]. Scale 
50 m. =3.2 in. 1941 13x29 in. *15c. C 3.940-9 : N 27/map 

Note. — Irrigated areas delineated on this map are those reported in the 1940 census 
bulletin, Irrigation, Nebraska. 

Nebraska, minor civil divisions, precincts, and townships, 1940; [map]. 

Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 1941. 22X43 in. *15c. C 3.61 : N 27/940 

Neto Hampshire, minor civil divisions, towns, 1940; [map]. Scale 15 m.=1.9 in. 
1941. 25X15 in. *15c. C 3.61 : N 42h/940 

New Mexico, minor civil divisions, precincts, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.5 in. 
1941. 36X36 in. *15c. C 3.61 : N 42m/940 

Oklahoma, minor civil divisions, townships, 1940; [map]. Scale 40 m.=3.3 in. 
1941. 24X42 in. *15c. C 3.61 : Ok 4/940 

Rhode Island, minor civil divisions, towns, 1940; [map]. Scale 10 m.=2.5 in. 
1941. 20X14 in. *15c. C 3.61 : R 34/940 

Texas, minor civil divisions, commissioners' precincts and justice precincts, 1940; 
[map]. Scale 70 m. =2.9 in. 1941. 33X35 in. *15c. C 3.61 : T 31/940 

Utah, minor civil divisions, precincts and district, 1940; [map]. Scale 30 m.=2.2 
in. 1941. 27X22 in. *15c. C 3.61 : Ut 1/940 

Virginia, minor civil divisions, magisterial districts, 1940; [map]. Scale 
40 m.=3.4 in. 1941. 19X41 in. *15c. C 3.61 : V 81/940 

Washington, minor civil divisions, election precincts and townships, 1940; [map]. 
Scale 5 m. =0.8 in. 1941 23x36 in. *15c. C 3.61 : W 27/940 

West Virginia, minor civil divisions, magisterial districts, 1940; [map]. Scale 
40 m. =3.4 in. 1941. 21X24 in. *15c. C 3.61 : W 52v/940 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS AUTHORITY 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTBATION 

Air carriers. Domestic air carrier operation statistics, June 1941. [1941.] [2] 
p. 11. f [Processed.] t 31.112:941/6 

Civil aeronautics journal, v. 2, no. 15 and 16; Aug. 1 and 15, 1941. [1941.] 

p. 189-216, il. 4° [Semimonthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $1.50. 

L. C. card 40-26182 C 31.118 : 2A5. 16 

Civil aeronautics manual 18: Maintenance, repair and alteration of certificated 
aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and instruments, as amended June 1, 1941. 
[1941.] [193] p. il. 4° t 31.107:18 

Notices to airmen. Weekly notice to airmen, v. 9, no. 9-12; Aug. 7-28, 1941. 
[1941.] various paging, il. oblong 8° [Processed.] t 31.109:9/9-12 

Cn'IL AEaSONAtmcS BOARD 

Note — The opinions in economic proceedings of the Civil Aeronautics Board, formerly 
included in the Civil aeronautics journal, are printed separately beginning with v. 2, and are 
"advance sheets" of the material which will make up bound volumes of the Civil 
Aeronautics Board Reports. . , , . ^ ^ ^ ^, v., ..j. 

The separate opinions are obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, at a subscription price of $1.00 per volume ; single copies vary in price. 

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August 1941 1121 

Aircraft accidents. Report of Civil Aeronautics Board of investigation of acci- 
dent involving civil aircraft of United States NC 15592, which occurred near 
Cincinnati, Ohio, Mar. 10, 1941; docket no. SA-34, adopted July 16, 1941. 
[1941.] [1] +27+ [3] p. 1 pi. 4° [Processed.] t C 31.213:049 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Note. — Nautical charts for navigating the waters of the coasts of the United States 
and of its possessions, coast pilots carrying auxiliary information for the use of the 
nautical charts ; tide tables showing time and heights of tides, current tables showing 
direction and force of ocean and estuary currents, and aeronautical charts of continental 
United States for air navigation are sold at the Washington office of the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey and by sales agents. The sales agents for the nautical charts and nautical publica- 
tions are located at the principal ports of the United States and for the aeronautical 
charts at the principal airports of continental United States. 

Aeronautical charts of United States, [list of Recognized dealers in aeronautical 
charts of Coast and Geodetic Survey, and index map] ; June 1941. [1941.] 
[4] p. il. 4° [Processed.] t C 4.2 : C 38/4/941 

Coast and Geodetic Survey hulletin, July 31, 1941 ; no. 314. [1941.] 10 p. 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card 15-26512 C 4.20 : 314 

Coast pilots. Supplement to United States coast pilot, West Indies, Puerto Rico, 
and Virgin Islands, 4th (1939) edition; June 2, 1941. 1941. [l]+3 leaves. 
( Serial 615-1. ) t C 4.6/2 : P 96/supp.941 

Tidal bench marks, Maine. July 1941. cover title, ii+43 p. 4° (T-27.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51035 C 4.32 : 27 

Tide tables, Atlantic Ocean, [calendar] year 1^42. 1941. 323 p. (Serial 633.) 
[Includes list of publications by Coast and Geodetic Survey relating to tides and 
currents.] t Paper, 25c. 

L. C. card 7-35329 C 4.15/3 : 942 

Aeronautical charts 

Austin, Tex. Regional aeronautical chart : Austin, San Antonio, Beaumont, New 
Orleans, Mobile, lat 28°-32°, long. 87°30'-97° ; 16 M. Scale 10 m.=.06 in., scale 
1 : 1,000,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 19 X 
38 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t40c. C 4.9/5 : 16 M/941 

Bellingham [TFas/i.], lat. 48°-50°, long. 120°-126° ; sectional aeronautical chart 
Y-1. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 20 X 38 in. [Lambert conformal conic projec- 
tion.] t25c. C 4.9/4 :B 417/941 

Burlington. [Ff.], lat. 44°-46°, long. 72°-78° ; sectional aeronautical chart W-9. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, May 1941. 20 X 40 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 25c. 

C 4.9/4 : B 925/941 

Cleveland [Ohio^, lat. 40°^2°, long. 78°-84° ; sectional aeronautical chart U-8. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, June 1941. 20X42 in. [Lambert confonnal conic projection,] 
t 25c. C 4.9/4 : C 599/941 

Cm-pus Christi [Tex.], lat. 26°-28°, long. 96°30'-102° ; sectional aeronautical chart 
N-5. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 21X46 in. [Lambert conformal conic projec- 
tion.] t 25c. 4.9/4:0 817/941 

Douglas [Ariz.], lat. 30°-32°, long. 108°-114° ; sectional aeronautical chart P-3. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, July 1941. 20X48 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] i" 25c. 

4.9/4 : D 745/941 

Dtiluth [Mitm.], lat. 46°-48°, long. 90°-96° ; sectional aeronautical chart X-6. 
Scale 10m.=1.3in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, June 1941. 20X39 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 25c. 

4.9/4 : D 889/941 

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1122 GOVERNMEXT PUBLICATIONS 

Olacier Park [Mont.], lat. 48°-50°, long. 108°-114° ; sectional aeronautical chart 
Y-3. Scale 10 m. = 1.3 in., .'jcale 1:500.000. Washington, D. C. Coast and 
Geodetic Snrvey, June 1941. 21X38 in. [Lamhert conformal conic projec- 
tion.] t 25c. C 4.9/4 : G 45/941 

Kootenai [Idahol, lat. 48°-50°, long. 114°-120° : sectional aeronautical chart 
Y-2. Scale 10 ni. = 1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey,- June 1941. 20X38 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] 
t 25c. C 4.9/4 : K 837/941 

La Grande [Orcfj.], lat. 44°-46°, long. 114°-120° : sectional aeronautical chart 
W-2. Scale 10 n].=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Surver. July 1941. 20X40 in. [Lambert conformal conic projec- 
tion.] t 25c. " C 4.9/4 : L 137/941 

Lincoln [Nehr.}, lat. 40°-42°, long. 96°-102° ; sectional aeronautical chart U-5. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500.000. Washington, D. C. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, June 1941. 20X42 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 25c. 

C 4.9/4 :L 638/941 

Minneapolis. Minn. Twin Cities [Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn.], lat. 44°-46°, 
long. 90°-9()° : sectional aeronautical chart W-6. Scale 10 ni.=1.3 in., scale 
1:500.000. Washington. D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, July 1941. 20X40 
in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] f 25c. C 4.9/4 : T 923/941 

Nome [Alaska], lat. 62°-66°, long. lo6°-171° ; aeronautical chart. Scale 10 
m.=.06 in., scale 1 : 1,000,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Apr. 1941. 24X34 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 40c. 

C 4.9/4 : N 728/941 

Pocatello [Idaho], lat. 42°-44°, long. 108°-114° : sectional aeronautical chart 
V-3. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1:500,000. Washington, D. C, Coast and 
Geodetic Sui-vey, Julv 1941. 20X41 in. [Lambert conformal conic projec- 
tion.] t 25c. ' C 4.9/4 : P 75/941 

Salina [Kans.], lat. 38°-40°, long. 96°-102° : sectional aeronautical chart T-5. 
Scale 10 ni.=1.3 in., scale 1:500.000. Washington. D. C. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Julv 1941. 20X43 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 25c. 

C 4.9/4 : Sa 33/941 

Superior. Lake. Lake Superior, lat. 46°-48°. long. 84°-90° ; sectional aero- 
nautical chart X-7. Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500.000. Washington, D. C, 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 20X39 in. [Lambert conformal conic 
projection.] t 25c. C 4.9/4 : Su 76/941 

Tuha [Okla.], lat. 36°-38°, long. 90°-96° ; sectional aeronautical chart S-6. 
Scale 10 m.=1.3 in., scale 1 : 500.W0. Washington. D. C. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. Julv 1941. 20X45 in. [Lambert conformal conic projection.] t 2.5c. 

C 4.9/4 : T 829/941 
Nautical charts 

Ca-fco Bay. Maine, surveys to 1928. surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1939: no. 315. 
Scale 1 : 40.000. Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey. .July 1941. 
41X35 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 315 

Gratjs Harhor, Wash., surveys to 1927. sui^veys by U. S. Engineers to 1941 : no. 
6195. Scale 1 : 40.000. Wa-^^hington. D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey. June 
1941. 24X38 in. t .50c. C 4.9: 6195 

Inset : Chehalis River. Continuatiou of. 

Guam I.^land. compiled from British, Spanish, and U. S. Hydrographic charts, 
and other sources : no. 4202. Scale 1 : 80.000. Washington. D. C. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. June 1941. 31X29 in. t 50c. C 4.9: 4202 

Insets : 

AgaHa Ba.v, Guam I. 
Apra. Port. Guam I. 
Marianas Islanfis (index map). 
Talofofo. Port. Guam I. 
Fmatac Bay. Guam I. 

Hairaii. Territory of Hawaii, surveys to 1940 and other sources: no. 4000. 
[Scale 1 : 3.167.000.] Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, May 1941. 
36X34 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 4000 

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Lcmisiana-Tcxas, Gulf Coast, Calcasieu Pass to Sabine Pass, surveys to 1933, 
surveys by U. S. Engineers to 1940 ; no. 1279. Scale 1 : 80,000. Washington, 
D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, July 1941. 42X33 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 1279 

Luzon. West coast of Luzon, P. I., Capones Islands to Dasol Bay, surveys to 
1933; no. 4210. [Scale 1: 125,000.] Manila, P. I., Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
May 1941. 40X24 in. t 75c. C 4.9: 4210 

Insets : 

Iba Anchorage. P. I. 

Santa Cruz inner harbor, P. I. 

2icw York Harbor. Api)roacIies to New York, Nantucket Shoals to Five Fathom 
Bank, hydrography by Coast and Geodetic Survey in 1936-39; no. 1108. 
[Scale 1:400,000.] Washington, D. C, Coast and Geodetic Survey, June 
1941. 32X47 in. [For oltshore navigation only.] t 75c. C 4.9: 1108 

Stoiio River. Stono and North Edisto Rivers, S. C, surveys to 1934, surveys by 
U. S. Engineers to 1940 ; no. 792. Scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, D. C, Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, June 1941. 34X40 in. t 75c. C4.9:792 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Jiusin€ss. Survey of current business, Aug. 1941; v. 21, no. 8. [1941.] cover 
title, 22+S-88 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Text on p. 3 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. single 
t'opy, $2.00 a yr. (including weekly supplements) ; foreign subscription, $3.50. 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 21/8 

Same, weekly supplement, Aug. 7-28, 1941. [1941.] Each 4 p. il. 4° 

Included in price of monthlv Survey of current business, which see above. 

C 18.36 : 941/32-35 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign conmaerce of United States. See, under 
Census Bureau, p. 1113. 

Domestic commerce, weeldy bulletin of national economy, v. 28, no. 5-9; July 
31-Aug. 28, 1941. [1941.] Each 34 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.00. C 18.32 : 28/5-9 

Domestic co^imcrce neics letter, x\ug. 1941. [1941.] [4] p. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t C 18.32/2 : 941/8 

Foreign commerce weekly, v. 4. no. 5-9; Aug. 2-30, 1941. [1941.] various 
paging, il. 4° * Paper, 10c. single copy, $4.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.90. 
L. C. card 40-29231 C 18.5/1 : 4/5-9 

Government purchasing. How to sell to the Government for civilian needs. 
1941. v+25 p. (Industrial series no. 2.) t 
L. C. card 41-51037 C 18.225 : 2 

Industrial reference service. [I'rocessed.] t various prices, see note below. 

C 18.220 : 

Note. — The service is in 14 part.s and pro\-ides comprehensive current data on produc- 
tion, distribution, prices, standards, spei ifl(ati()ns, export and import trade, foreign tar- 
iffs and regulations as applied to specific commodities, results of domestic market 
research, foreign market surveys. Each subscriber to one or more parts of the Industrial 
reference service will receive from time to time special releases titled Business senes 
(C 18.2:il :) giving overall data, on a commodity or industry basis. 

The annual subscription for the entire service of 14 parts is $15.00 per year, bingle 
parts are available at $1.00 per vear except Machinery (pt, 6) and Foodstuffs (pt. o) 
which aie $2.00 per year, and Chemicals and allied products (pt, 1) which is $4.00 per year. 
Subscriptions may be entered for the entire service, for a single part, or for any combina- 
tion of pirts ; sin'gle copies of the several reports issued are available at the uniform price 
of 10 cents each. Remittances for subscriptions to the service should be made payable 
to the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce and mailed directly to the Bureau, in 
Washington, D, C. This service is not available through the Superintendent of Documents, 
The 14 parts comprising the Industrial reference service are as follows : 

pt, 1. Chemicals and allied products. pt, 8, Motion pictures and equipment 

pt li Electrical products pt. f>. Motive products and equipment. 

pt 3 Fnoilstufifs ' pt. 10, Rubber and its products. 

pt. 4. Forest pri-ducts pt. 11. Stone clay and glass products. 

pt, .5, Leather and its products. pt. 12, Textiles and related products. 

pt. H. Machinerv and erniipment. pt, 13. Tobacco and its products. 

pt. 7. Metals and minerals. pt. 14. Special products. 

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Industry survey, manufacturers' inventories, shipments, incoming business, un- 
filled orders, June 1!)41. [1941]. G+[l]p. il. 4' [Monthly. Processed. Pre- 
vious issui's not entered in Monthly catalog.] f 
L. C. card 41-51038 C 18.224 : 941/K 

International reference service. International reference service, v. 1, no. 41 ; 
July 1941. [1941.] 13 p. 4" [Title is: Income and excess profits taxes in 
Austi'alia; by Joseph H. Barknieier. | *Pai)er, 5c. single copy, .'^0.00 a yr. 
L. C. card 41-50213 C 18.223 : 1/41 

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commercial conditions in foreign countries. It covers the same material lormeriy con- 
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a calendar year. 

Same, v. 1, no. 42; July 1941. [1941.] 33 p. 4" [Title is: Preparing 

shipments to Canada ; prepared by Mary H. Fricker.] C 18.223:1/42 

Same, V. 1, no. 43; July 1941. [1941.] 5 p. 4" [Title is : Economic condi- 
tions in Paraguay in 1940.] C 18.223: 1/43 

Same, v. 1, no. 44; July 1941. [1941.] (> p. 4" [Title is: Economic condi- 
tions in Nicaragua in 1940.] C 18.223: 1/44 

MARINE INSPECTION AND NAVIGATION BUREAU 

Bulletin, v. 6. no. 1; July 1941. [1941.] 34 p. il. [Monthly.] t 

L. C. card 36-26619 C 25.12 : 6/1 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Boron. Improvement in partition method for determination of boron ; by Francis 
W. Glaze and Alfred N. Finn. [1941.] p. 33-37. (Research paper RP1401.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 27, July 1941.] 
♦Paper. 5c. C 13.22/a : 1401 

BuiMing. Publications relating to building codes and construction practice, home 
building, building material .specifications, home maintenance [list] ; revised 
as of June 19. 1941. [1941.] 2 leaves. 4" (Letter circular LC 6.53.) 
[Processed. Supersedes LC .599.] f C 13.16: 653 

Calibrating testing machines. National Bureau of Standards specification for 
proving rings for calibrating testing machines. Aug. 5, 1941. 6 p. 4° (Letter 
circular LC 657.) [Proces.sed. Supersedes LC 548.] f C 13.16: 657 

Diamond core drill fittiugs. recorded voluntary standard of the trade. 3d edition. 
1941. ii-|-21 p. 11. (Connnercial standard (^S17-42. ) [Elffective date for new 
production from Jan. 1. 1942.] *Paiit^i', 10c. C 13.20: 17/5 

FJlectrir, hattcriea and standard cells, publications by staff of National Bureau of 
standards and references to other sources of information. June 28, 1941. 
8 p. 4" (Letter circular LC-65(). ) | Processed. Supersedes I/'-OlO.] t 

C 13.16 : 65& 

Hgfirocarbon.s. Separation of hydrocjubons i)y azeotropic distillation [with list 
of references] ; bv Beveridge J. Mair, Augustus K. Glasgow, jr., and Frederick 
D.Rossini. [1941.] p. 39-63. il. ( Research paper KP1402. ) [From J<)urn:il 
<»f rc-^earcli of National Bureau of Staiuhirds, v. 27, .Julv 1941.1 *Paper. 10c. 

C 13.22/a : 1402 

Jonnial nf rcxcarch of National Bureau of Standards, v. 27, no. 2; Aug. 1941. 
194L ii + 105-210 p. il. 3 pi. Iti p. of pi. [Monthly. Includes Research papers 
14(X)-14. Individual paiKns are issued separately and are listed in the Monthly 
catalog as they appear.] *Paper. 30c. single copy- $3.50 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $4.50. 
L. C. card 41-50^)93-51001 C 13.22 : 27/2 

Lead pipe, recorded voluntary standard of the trade. 1941. ii-fll p. il. (Com- 
mercial standard <'S95-41.) [Eftective date, June 25. 1941.] *Paper. 5c. 

C 13.20 : 95- 

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Lead traps and bencls, recorded voluntary standard of the trado. 1&41. ii+13 
p. il. (Commercial standard CS96-41.) [Effftective date, June 25, 1941.] 
*Paper, 5c. C 13.20 : 96 

Paper Section. News bulletin of Paper Section, .July 1941. [1941.] 5 leaves, 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t 013.28:941/7 

Photographic len^^es. Charts for testing lens resolution ; by Irvine C. Gardner. 
Nov. 19, 1940. 1 p. 8 pi. (Miscellaneous publication M166.) [Plates are 
separate and are designed for testing resolving power of photographic lenses. 
For instructions for using charts, see Circular cataloged below. J * Paper, $1.25. 
L. C. card 41-50854 C 13.10: 166 

Test of lens resolution for photographer ; by Irvine C. Gardner. Dec. 27, 

1940, [published] 1941. ii+15 j). il. 3 pi. 2 p. of pi. (Circular C428.) [Two 

of the plates are .separate.] * l»aper, 40c. 

L. C. card 41-50483 C 13.4 : 428 

Plumbing fixtures. Hospital plumbing fixtures. 1941. ii+16 p. (Simplified 
practice recommendation K10()-41.> [p:ffective date, .July 1, 1941. Supersedes 
R106-30.] * Paper. 5c. (M3.r2/1 : 106/2 

Radio di.stancc raiufes, summer 1941 ard winter 1941-42 [with li.st of references]. 
Aug. 5, 1941. cover title, 7 p. 4 pi. 4" (Letter circular I>C 658.) [Processed. 
Supersedes LC 615.] t C 13.16: 658 

Roofing. Survey of roofing materials in North Central States [with list of 
selected references] ; by Hubert R. Snoke and Leo J. Waldron. July 1, 1941. 
ii+21 p. il. 4" (Building materials and structures report BMS75.) * Paper, 
15e. C 13.29 : 75 

Simplified practice. Variety reduction effected by application of simplified prac- 
tice. June 4. 1941. ii+6 p. 4" (Letter circular LC-e.ll.) [Processed. Su- 
persedes LC-504.] t C 13.16: 651 

Waills. Structural and heat-transfer properties of U. S. S. Panelbilt prefabri- 
cated sheet-steel constructions for walls, partitions, and roofs, sponsored by 
Tennessee Coal. Iron & Uallioad Co. : by Herbert L. Whittemore, Ambrose H. 
Stang, Vincent B. Phelan, and Richard S. Dill. June 30, 1941. ii-f 28 p. il. 4" 
( Building materials and structures report BMS74.) * Paper, 15c. C 13.29 : 74 

Weights and nieasivres. 1941 correction sheet 1-5, changes adopted by 31st Na- 
tional Conference on Weights and Measures, 1941. 1941. Each 1 p. 12" 
(Handbook H22 [1941 correction sheet 1-5].) Included in price of Handbook. 

C 13.11 : 22/corr.l-.5/94l 

PATENT OFFICE 

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Tliese are not enumerated in this ratalog, but may be obtained for 10c. eacli at tbe Patent 
Office when identified by patent number. The Office also issues coupon orders in packages 
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coupons aro good until used but are to be used only for ordei's sent to the Patent Office. 
For sch"dule of office fees, address Chief Clerk. Patent Office. Washington, D. C. 

Davis. Lloijd L. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4554, 
in re Lloyd L. Davis, Bert H. Lincoln, and Gordon D. Byrkit, method of syn- 
thesizing olefins : brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover title, 11 p. 
large S" t C 21.10 :D2W 

{Decisions in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.], Aug. 5-26. 1941. [1941.] vari- 
ous paging, il. large 8" [Weekly. Issue of Aug. 26, 1941, includes Bulletin of 
decisions of Patent Office on trade-marks rendered during July 1941. Fron) 
Official gazette, v. 529, no. 1-4.] -Paper, .5c. single copy. $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $2.00. 
L. C. card 23-7315 C 21.5/a 2 : 529/1-4 

Manisehewitz, B., Cotnpanii. In Coiu't of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent 
appeal no. 4545. in re B. Manisehewitz Company, trade-mark Star of Them All : 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1941.] cover title, 5 p. large 8° % 

C 21.10 : M 314 

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Official gazette. Official gazette of Patent Office, containing patents, trade-marks, 
and designs, issued Aug. 5-26, 1941; v. 529, no. 1-4. [1941.] cover titles, 
1038+ [clii] p. il. large 8° [Weekly.] * Paper, 35c. single copy, $16.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $25.00. 
L. C. card 4-18256 C 21.5 : 529/1^ 

Note. — Contains tlip patents, trade-marks, and designs issued each weok. with indexes ; 
also decisions of tlie commissioner of patents and of tlie T^nitnd States courts in patent 
cases. In tlie last weekly issue of ract) month, there is included in the Official gazette a 
section entitled Bulletin of decisions of Tatent Office on trade-marks. 

The annual index of patents will hereafter be published in 2 parts, one on Tatents. price 
$2.00. and the other on Trade-marks, price 7.5c. These indexes are not included in the 
regular subscription price for the Official gazptte 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., Aug. 5-26, 1941]. [1941.] various paging, large 8° [From 
Official gazette, v. 529, no. 1^.] t Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a vr. | 

C 21.5/a 4 : 529/1-4 

Same [title page, contents, etc., to] v. 528: July 1941. 1941. [2] leaves, 

large 8° * Paper, 5c. single copy, included in price of Official gazette for 
subscribers. C 21.5 : 528/t.p.& cont. 

Patents. Classification of patents issued Aug. 5-26, 1941. [1941.] Each 2 p. 
large 8"* [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 529, no. 1-4.] t Paper, 5c. single i 
copy, $2.50 a yr. C 21.5/a 1 : 529/1^ 

Trade-marks [etc., from] Official gazette, Aug. 5-26, 1941. [1941.] various pag- 
ing, il. large 8° [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 529, no. 1-4.] * Paper, lOc. 
single copy, $5.00 a yr. : foreign subscription, $7.00. C 21.5/a 3 : 529/1-4 

WEATHER BUREAU 

Climatological data. Hawaii section, v. 37, no. 4: Apr. 1941. n. p. [1941]. p. 19- 
24,4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. 30.19:37/4 

Com. Weekly corn and wheat region bulletin, Aug. 5-26, 1941 ; no. 18-21, series 
1941. [WBO. Chicago, Aug. 6-27, 1941.] Each [4] p. il. 4° * Paper. 30c. per 
season (April-September). C 30.7 : 941/18-21 

Nqtj; — Another edition of Corn and wheat region bulletin is issued daily, except 
Sundays and holidays, during the season, at the Region Center of the Weather Bureau, 
Chicago, 111. 

Cotton. Weeklv cotton region bulletin, Aug. 5-26. 1941: no. 18-21, series 1941. 
[Weather Bureau Office, New Orleans, La., 1941.] Each [2] p. il. 4° * Paper, 
30c. per season (April-October) . C 30.9 : Wl/18-21 

Meteorology. Instructions to marine meteorological observers [with selected list 
of reference books]. 7th edition. June 1941. vi+114 p. il. (Circular M: 
W. B. no. 1221.) * Paper, 25c. C 30.4 : M 

Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C. July 1941. n. p. 

[1941]. [2] p. large 8° [Corrected copy.] t 30.10:941/7 

Monthly weather review. Monthly weather review, Apr. 1941: v. 69, no. 4. 
[1941.] cover title, p. 95-144, il. 11 p. of maps, large 4" (W. B. no. 1325.) 
[Certain special articles are reprinted from the :Monthly weather review and 
listed in the INIonthly catalog as they are issued.] * Paper, 20c. single copy, 
.$2.00 a vr. : foreign .subscription, $2.75. 

L. C. card Agr 9-990 <^ 30.14 : 69/4 

jjoTB The Monthly weather review publishes monthly meteorological and climatologi- 
cal data for the T'liited States and adjacent regions, and brief contributions, principally 
to synoptic meteorology and applied meteorology. 

Same Mav 1941 : v. 69, no. 5. [1941.] cover title, p. 145-167. il. 10 p. of 

maps, large 4" (W. B. no. 1329.) [Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover. Certain 
special articles are reprinted from the Monthly weather review and listed in 
the Monthly catalog as they are issued.] C .30.14 : 69/5 

Same [title page, contents, corrections, and index], v. 68, 1940. 1941. 

iii +2 p. large 4° * Paper. 5c. C 30.14 : 6S/t.p.& ind. 

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Oceans. Weather on the oceans, Apr. 1941, with special reference to north Atlan- 
tic and north Pacific Oceans [articles] ; issued by Marine Section. 1941. 4 p. 
large 4° [Monthly. From Monthly weather review, Apr. 1&41.] t 

C 30.14/a 2 : 941/4 

Same, May 1941, with special reference to north Atlantic and north Pacific 

Ocean.s [articles] ; issued by Marine Section. 1941. [1] +154^156 p. large 4° 
[Monthly. From Monthly weather review, May 1941.] t C 30.14/a 2 : 941/5 

Pl/rhcliometer. Characteristics of Eppley pyrheliometer ; by Byron H. Woertz 
and Irving F. Hand. 1941. [1] +146-148 p. 11. large 4" [Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From Monthly weather re- 
view, V. 69, May 1941.] t C 30.14/a : P 998/2 

Solar radiation. Daily solar radiant energy at exterior of atmosphere ; by Robert 
E. Keiniedy. 1941. p. 14.5, il. large 4° [From Monthly weather review, v. 69, 
May IJMl.] t C 30.14/a : So 42/2 

Summary of total solar and sky radiation mea.surements in United States; 

by Irving F. Hand. 1941. [1] +95-125 p. 11. large 4" [From Monthly weather 
review, v. 69, Apr. 1941.] t C 30.14/a : So 42 

Weather. Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Aug. 5-26, 1941 : no. 31-34, series 
1941. [1941.] Each 4 p. il. 4° * Paper, 50c. a yr. 
L. C. card Agr 24-260 C 30.11 : 941/31-34 

Weather code. Explanation of weather code numbers and symbols. [1941.] 
19x24 in. [Issued for reference in studying new Daily weather map issued at 
Washington, D. C] t C 30.22:0 64 

Weather forecast. Extended forecast, Aug. 1-6 to Aug. 29-Sept. 3, 1941. Aug. 
1-29, 1941. Each 1 p. 4° [Semi weekly. Processed. The edition here cata- 
loged is the one for Districts 1 and 3 issued from the forecast center at 
Washington, D. C] t 30.13:941/61-69 

Note — Extended forera.sts of general weather and temperature conditions are issued 
on Tuesdays for the period 7 : 30 p. m. Tuesday to 7 : 30 p. m. Saturday. E. S. T., and 
on Fridays for the period 7 : 30 p. m. Friday to 7 : 30 p. m. Wednesday, E. S. T. 

The forcrnst^ for t' e vnrions zones are prepared at and distributed from the forecast 
centers of the Weather Bureau as follows : 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. : District 10. Arizona. New Mexico, and West Texas. 
Boston. Mass. : District 16. New England States. 
Chirarro. 111.: District fi. Region of Great Lakes; district 7, Upper Mississippi Valley; 

district 8. Northern Great Plains. 
Denver. Colo.: District 9, Montana and Wyoming; district 13, Colorado, 
.lacks vnville, Fla : District 2. South Atlantic States. 
Kansas City, Mo. : District 12. Missouri. Kansas, and Oklahoma. 
Les Ans:eles, Calif. : District 15, Southern California. 

New Orlenns. La. : District 4, Central and East Gulf States; district o, East Texas. 
Salt Lake City, Utah : District 14, Utah. 

San Francisco. Calif. : District 11. Far Western States except Southern California. 
Washington. D. C. : District 1, Middle Atlantic States; district 3, Ohio Valley and 

Tennessee. 

Weather maps. Daily weather map. forecasts and general weather information 
[of United S*^ates published at Washington, D. C, showing weather conditions 
for United States and forecasts belonging to Washington forecast district]j 
Aug. 1-31, 1941. [1941.] Each 17X23 in (outside measurement). *Daily 
except Sunday (DWM), $3.00 a yr., 25c. a month; Sunday and holiday maps 
only (SHM), no subscription for less than 6 months, 30c., 60c. a yr. ; daily, 
including Sundays and holidays (DSHM), $3.60 a yr. ; 30c. a month: 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) . 30.12 : 941 

Note — Beginninsr with August 1. 1941. the Daily weather map is issued in a new form. 
It cont.nins the essential information of the old map. hut in a more graphical form and 
in addition much information about clouds, visibility, precipitation, pressure changes, 
and other conditions which can be used in connection with a study of fronts and air 
masses to obtain a better understanding of the weather, present and future, than was 
pos'^ihle with the old type of map. 

Suhsrr'bers 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 Boston, Mass., Jacksonville, Fla., New Orleans, La., Denver. Colo., Chicago, 111., 

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Weather maps — Continued. 

San Francisco, Calif.. Los Angclf.s. Calif'., and othor field stations, and are designated as 
station weather maps. 1)D. I'M. or E: subscr prion price. $2.40 a yr. : 20c. a month. Sub- 
scriptions to the Daily weather map are not accepted for a period of less than one month. 

Preparation and use of weather maps at sea ; by Ivan R. Tannehill. 2d 

edition. 1!)41. v + lCO p. il. map. (Circular R; W. B. no. 1151.) *Paper. 20c. 
L. C. card 41-51 1;!2 C 30.4 : R 

Weather report intj and foreroHfiug. Weather Bureau's reporting and forecasting 
service, use of weather maps in preparing forecasts and warnings, and im- 
portance of public cooperation. [Washington, D. C, May 1, 1941.] 4 p. il 4° 
[Processed.] t C 30.2 : W 37 

CONGRESS 

Congrvftfiional reeord. Congressional record, proceedings and debates of 76th 
Congress. 3d session, index, v. 86, pt. 19, Jan. 3. 194(>-Jan. 3. 1941. [Permanent 
edition.] 1941. Slti p. 4° [This is an index to v. 86, pts. 1-18, and includes 
History of bills and resolutions. Issued with printed marginal index tabs on 
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volumes of the Record are sold by the Superintendent of Documents. 

Congressional record, proceedings and debates of 77th Congress, 1st ses.sion, 

V. 87, no. 141-157, Aug. 1-29. 1941. [1941.] 6711-7414+Ac:93>-!3S44-[29] p. 4° 
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Prices for the bound volumes of the Record. 76th Congress. 3d session and prior Con- 
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Same, index, v. 87. nos. 133-141; July 21-Ang. 1. 1941. [1941.] no. 15: 

56 p. 4" [Includes History of bills and resolutions.] Included in price of daily 
Congressional record for which see above. X/a.77/1 : 87/133-141/iu(i. 

Same, index, v. 87, nos. 142-151 : Aug. 4-15, 1941. [1941.] no. 16: 56 p. 4° 

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LAWS 

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"slin laws.'* Lat'er. these laws are compiled, edited, indexed, and published in the volumes 
of the Statutes at large. 

Beginning with the 77th Congress, the laws no longer are numbered in four series, 
public acts, private acts, public joint resolutions, and private joint resolutions, but are 
numbered in two series, namely, public hnvs and private laws. 

The "slip law" continues to bear the chapter number and the sess'on of Congress during 
which the law was enacted, but this information does not appear in the entries listed below. 

Private [joint] resolutions. See, above, note under center head Laws. 

Private law 128-162, 77th Congress. 

Note. — The Division of Research and Publication. State Department, receives a small 
supply of the private laws which it distributes free upon application. 
Allen. Hrrmnn R. H. R. i:i')4. act for relief of Herman R. Allen. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 151 > 
Barlow. Emily. H. R. 1576 act for relief of Emily Barlow. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 1.52.) 
Batrhel^r. WW A. H. R. .1801. act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Batchelor. Approved 

.lulv .SO. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 143,) 
Brinskellc R. S. 1:^52. act conferrine jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to hear, determine. 

and nnder judgnipnt on clnim of R. Brinskelle and Charlie Melcher, Approved July 

24. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 136.) 
Brown. Norman C. 'I. R. 1352. act for relief of Norman Carlin Brown. Approved Aug. 

IS. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 1.50.) 
Bu~hv. If. Elton, fl. R. 2888. act for relief of H. E. Buzby. Approved July 80, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 140.) 
Chamhrrx. .J. Mar. S, 1142. act for relief nf J, ^fae Chambers and Retta E. Hultgren. 

Approved July 22. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 129.) 
Gironc. Tonii- H. R. 4045 act for relief of Tony Cirone. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 154.) 

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I'rivate law 128-102, TTth Coiiirrcss — Continued. 

Cleaves, Ehm V. S. 849. act for relief of Ebeii Vaughn Cleaves. Approved July 30. 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 146.) 
Cromer, William. II. K. 2.{82. act for relief of William Cromer. Approved Julv 30, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 13!).) 
I)ow»». EdKnn E. S. KSl, act for relief of Edson E. Ddwns. Approved Julv 23, 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 132.) 
Eqttltahlr Iiisiironrr Alliance. H. R. 3523, act for relief of Equitalile Insurance Alliance, 

I'idelity and (Juarantv Fire Corporation, and Hartfoid Fire Insurance Company. Ap- 
piovcd July .'{O. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 142.) 
Erwin, Wade If. II. K. 2010. act for relief of Wade H. Erwin and Vonnie Erwin. 

Approved Aur. 21, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 158.) 
Hester, John II. II. R. 4529 act for relief of John Henrv Hester. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 162.) 
Holtrn, MrH. Margaret S. H. R. 2434. act for relief of Margaret S. Ilolten. Approved 

Aug. 21. 1911. 1 p. (Private law 161.) 
Jack'>f>n. Gilhcrt E. II. R. 647, act for relief of Gill)ert E. Jackson and Helen Jackson, 

indivic'ually. and to legal guardian of Edwin Jackson. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 156.) 
Johns, John W. II. R. .'!943. act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns. Approved 

July rO. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 144.) 
Jones. Lewis. II. R. 2753, act for relief of Lewis Jones. Approved Atig. l8. 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 153.) 
Kliewe. Charles. II. R. 1692, act fir relief of William F. Kliewe fas leenl guardian of his 

son Cl'arles Kliewe]. -Vppioved Aiic. 21. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 157.) 
Lee, Robrtt E. II. R. 13.59. act for nlief of Robert Edward Lee. Approved Aug. 9, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 149.) 
Lipton, Samiiil J/. S. 17(>. act for relief of Samuel M. Llpton. Approved July 24, 1941. 

1 p. (I'rivate law 131.) 
MC^utehenn. Marii. II. It. 1702. act for relief of Mary McCutcheon. Approved July .30, 

1941. 1 p. (I'rivate law 1370 
McS'taif, Mrs. Luura. II. R. 18i>5. act for relief of Laura McStay. Approved Aug. 1, 

194i. 1 p. (Private law 147.) 
Maurin. Antmiio. II. R. 4921. ac< for r' lief of Antonio or Anthony Maurin. Approved 

July 30. 1941. 1 p. (Priv.Ke law 145.) 
Medals. S. 347. act authoriziiiK Secretary of Navy to issue Navy Expeditionary Medal 

to certain Army and civilian personnel [In commemoration of scrvi'-e rendered by 

them on occasl-tn of bombing of I'. S. S. Panay). Approved July 22, 1941. 1 p. 

(Privnte law 128.) 
OUion. Mrs. Harriet. H. R. 3247. act for relief of Mrs. O. B. Olson [Harriet Olson]. 

Approved July 30. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 141.) 
Petrin, Joseiih. S. 127, act for relii'f of Joseph Petrin, Joseph .\. I'etrin, Rudolph Petrin. 

Angus LeBlniic. William J. Demcllc. Snmiiel Fislunan, and Hector LaPointe, Approved 

Julv 24. 1941. 1 p. (Private law 133. 1 
Reed, Ratimond W. IT. R. 2212. act for relief of Raymond W. Reed and Rose Reed. 

Appro-'ed .\ug. 21. 1941. 1 n. (Private law 160.1 
(ichaif, Chnrh's J. II. R. 1746 act for relief of Charles J. Schay. Approved July 30, 

1911. 1 p. (Private l.iw 1.38.) 
Schwan, Louis .\. II. R. 3802, act for relief of Louis A. Schwan. Approved Aug. 1, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 148.) 
Small. John S. 11. R. '182. act for relief of John S. Small. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 

1 p. (Private law 1.59.) 
Steele. Daniel. S. 1161), act for relief of Daniel Steele. Approved July 22, 1941. 1 p. 

(I'rivate law 130.) 
Stencil, Franhlin. 11. R. 191. act for relief of Franklin Stencil and Domonie Stencil. 

Approved Aug. 12. 1941. 1 p. (I'rivate law 155.) 
Swi'mev. J. M. S 1348. act for relief of J. M. Swinney. Approved July 24. 1941. 1 p. 

(Private law 135.) 
Weil Gustnr. H R. 814. act for relief of Gustav Weil. Irma Weil, and Marion Weil. 

Approved July 23, 1941. 1 p. (Private law 131.) 

Public [joint] resolutions. See. above, note under center bead Laws. 

Public law 189-247, 77tb Congress. 

Note. — Public laws in slip form in the ftist prints may be obtained f'om the Super- 
intendent of Documents. Washington. D. C. at a subscription price of $3.00 a session, 
foreign subscription. if4.25 ; single copies are usually 5e. 
Airpo)-ts. S. 1480. act to amend act to authorize leasinir of public lands for use as public 

aviation field'', as amended (so as to increase area which m^y be leased for use as public 

airport! . Approved Aug. 16. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 205.) 
-4rwii/. II. R. 4769. act authorizing deignation of A'-mv mail clerks and assistant Army 

mail clerks. Approved Ansr. 21. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 238.) 
Bill of Rif/hts Day. H. J. Res. 120. ioint resolution to provide for proper observance of 

150th .nnniversarv of adoption of fii-^t 10 aniendm"iits to the Constitution, known as 

Bill of R'srhts. Approved Aug. 21. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 243.) 
Blond. II. R. 4293. act to further aine-.id ;ict r-lating to transfusion of blood by members 

of military establishment (IT. S. C. title :'4. sec. 30). as amended, so as to provide 

compensation for donors of blood for persons entitled to treatment at Government 

expense whether or not donors ore in Gove-ntnent service, and for other purposes. 

Approved Julv 30. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 196) 
Cattle. S. 1261. act to provide for punishment of persons trans-portina stolen cattle in 

int'Tstate commerce. .Approved -Vug. 18. 1941. 1 p. (Pulilic law 217.) 
Ventral Valleii project S. 1120. act for acquisition of Indian lands for Central Valley 

project. Calif. [Approved July 30, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 198.) 

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Public law 189-247, 77tli Congress — Continued. 

Coronado Ititeniational Memorial. S. 752, act for estnblishment of Coronado Interna- 
tional Memorial in Arizona. [Approved Anp. 18. 1041.1 2 p. (PuMic law 216.) 

District of Columbia. H. R. 4582, act to permit construction of certain pipe lines for 
petroleum and pptroloum products in District of Columbia Tby Steuart Brothers, 
Incorporated]. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 226.) 

IT. R. 4660. act to amend act to provide aid for needy blind persons of District 

of Columbia and autliorizinsj appropriations therefor [so as to authorize expenditure 
of funds for burial expensesl. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 237.) 

Employers' liability and workmen'.^ (ompensation. S. 1642. act to provide compensation 
for disability or death resulting from injury to persons employed at military, air, and 
naval bases acquired by United States from foreign countries, and on lands occupied or 
used by United States for military or naval purposes outside continental limits of United 
States, including Alaska. Guantanamo, and Philippine Islands, but excluding Canal 
Zone. [Approved Aug. 16. 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 20S. » 

Federal Bureau of I)ne'<tiaatio)i. S. 881. act to permit reemployment by Federal Bureau 
of Investigation of persons retired under civil service retirement act. Approved Aug. 
21. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 231.) 

Fleet Re.<ierve. H. R. 4338, act to provide for adjustment of inactive-duty pay of certain 
transferred and retired members of Fleet Reserve. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 1 p. 
(Public law 236.) 

Qovernment officials and employees. H. R. 1073. act to amend classification act of 1923. 
as amended [so as to regulate granting of increases in pay to Government employees]. 
[Approved Aug. 1, 1941.] 3 p. (Public law 200.) 

S. 505. act making provision for payment of employees of the Government, its 

Territories or possessions, or District of Columbia, for accumulated or accrued annual 
leave when ordered to active duty with militarv or naval forces. Approved Aug. 1. 
1941. 1 p. (Public law 202.) 

Hawaii. H. R. 4813. act to amend sec. 73 of act to provide government for Hawaii, as 
amended [so as to give governor of Hawaii same authority over public lands acquired 
since annexation that organic act grants him over ceded lands]. Approved Aug. 21, 
1941. 1 p. (Public law 240.) 

S. 1346, act to authorize Secretary of War to convey to Hawaii lands on island of 

Oabu, Hawaii, in consideration of soVei-nor of Hawaii having transferred to United 
States lands in Hawaiian Islands. [Approved Auir. 16. 1941.] 5 p. (Publi.':> Inw 204.) 

Home qunrds. S. 173. act to amend sec. 61 of national defense act of June 3. 1916. as 
amerided, for purpose of extending to Hawaii, Alaska. Puerto Rico, and Canal Zone 
permission to oiganiz^ military units not part of National Guard which was granted 
to States bv amendment made 'to such section bv act of Oct. 21, 1940. Approved Aug. 
18. 1941. "l p. (Public law 214.1 

Invcniionx. H. R. 4784. act to amend act relating to preventing nublication of inventions 
in national interest. [Approved Aug. 21. 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 2.39.) 

Letter cnrrier.'i. H. R. 4210. act to .qdjust salaries of rural letter carriers. Approved 
.July 30. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 195.) 

Military .<<ervice. S. 1110. act to amend sec. 1118. Revised statiites, as amended, to 
eliminate prohibition against enlistment in military service of United States of any 
person convicted of felony. Approved .Tuly 29, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 189.) 

S 1524. act providing for certain deferments and ex'niptions under selective train- 
ing and service art of 1940. for nublieity with respect to classifications, and for other 
purpo.ses. Approved Ausr. 16. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 206.) 

S .T Res 95. joint resolution to extend periods of sirvice of persons in military 

service, and for other pnrposes. [Approved Aug. 18. 1941.] 3 p. (Public law 213.) 

Mi.viouri Rirer. H. R. 3625. art to provid'^ for adjustment of tolls to be charged by 
Was'iington. Mo., in maintenance and operation of toll bridge across Missouri River 
at or near Washinston. Mo. Approved Aug. 16, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 211.) 

Mononfjahela River. H. R. 4085. act to extend times for commencing and completin? 
construction of bridges across Monongahela River in .Mlesheny County, Pa. [by said 
countv]. Approved Aug. 18. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 222.) 

H. R. 5122. act to extend times for commencing and completinsr construction of 

bridge across Monongahela River between boroughs of Elizabeth and TVest Elizabeth, 
Pa. [by Pennsvlvanial. Approved Aue. 18. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 229 ) 

Muhlenhprfj. Henrv M. S .T Res. 40. joint resolution providing for representation of the 
Government and people of United States in observance of 200th anniversary of coming 
of Henrv Melcbior Muhlenberg to American Colonies. [.\pTiroved .A.us. 16. 1941 ] 2 p. 
(Puhlic"law 209.) [S. J. Res. 40 establishes the United States Muhlenberg Bicenten- 
nial Commission.! 

ya*'onnl defense. H. R. .5412. act making supplemental appropriations for national 
defense, fiscal vear 1942. and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 25. 1941.1 19 p. 
(Public low 247.) [H R. 5412 creates in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy an 
Office of Brdget and Renorts.] 

Narnl stations. H. R 4671. act to authorize plant-protection force for naval shore 
establishments. .Vpproved Aus. 11, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 20.^.) 
yavu. S. 353. act to provide for extension of enlistments in Navy, and for other pur- 
pose«! [.Approved Amr. 18 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 215.) 

Navy Department. H. R. 3537, act to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with 
construction of certain public works. Approved Aug. 16, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 
210.) 

H. R. 5312, act to authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction 

of certain public works. [.Approved Aug. 21. 1941.] 8 p. (Public law 241 ) 

Sew Rirer. H. R. 4732, act granting consent of Congress to Department of Highways, 
Vircinia. to construct 2 free bridges across New River, one at Bluff City and other 
at Eggleston, Va. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 227.) 

Officers. Army. S. J. Res. 88, joint resolution to strengthen common defense by sus- 
pending sec. 24b of national defense act and authorizing more expeditious procedure 
to vitalize active list of Army. Approved July 29. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 190.) 

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Public law 189-247, 77th Congress — Continued. 

Ohio River. 11. R. 4052. act to extend times for connneneiug and completing construction 

of bridge across Ohio River at or near Maiukport. Ind. [hy Indiana State Toll Bridge 

Commission 1. Approved Auk. 10. 1041. 1 p. (Public law 212.) 
Patritt.f. H. R. 8206. act to afford srcater protection to purcliaser of patent rights. 

Approved Aug. 18. 1941. 1 p. ( PuUlic law 221.) 
Pensions. H. R. 2855. act to provide for payment of pension to certain dependent 

parents notwithstanding remarriage. Approved July 30, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 

193.) 

H. R. 5339, act granting increases in pensions to certain widows and dependents 

of persons who served in military or naval forces of United States during War with 
Spain, Boxer Rebellion, or Philippine insurrection. Approved Aug. 21, 1941. 1 p. 
(Puldic hiw 242.) 

Petroleum. H. .1. Res. 228. joint resolution consenting to interstate oil compact to 
conserve oil and ga.s re.\ecuted May 1. 1941, by representatives of Oklahoma. Kansas. 
Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Michigan, Arkansas, Louisiana, New York, and 
I'ennsylvaniaJ. [Approved Aug. 21. 1941.] 4 p. (Public law 246.) 

II. R. 4816, act to facilitate construction, extension, or completion of interstate 

petroleum pipe lines related to national defense, and tn jjromote interstate commerce. 
lApproved .luly 30. 1041.1 3 p. (Public law 197.) 

liniiuaji Mail Service. H. R. 3367. act relating to compensation of former employees of 
Railway Mail Service in certain positions and reinstated prior to Aug. 14. 1937. Ap- 
proved Aug. 1. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 201.) 

Rainbow Division, .4. E. F. H. R. 3261. act to authorize Rainbow Division veterans 
to erect suitable memorial to Rainbow (42d) Division, .\mcrican Expeditionary Forces 
[in District of ('ohiml)ial. Approved Aug. 21. 1941. 1 \^. (Public law 2.32.)" 

Rincon Reservation. S. 1626. act to re.serve part of public land in California for benefit 
of Rincon band of Mission Indians. Approved Aug. 16. 1041. 1 p. (I'ublic law 207.) 

Rivers. H. R. 4911, act authorizing construction of certain public works on rivers and 
harbors for flood control, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 18, 1941.1 15 p. 
(Public law 228.) 

Sabotaf/e. H. R. 3752, act to amend act to punish willful injury or destruction of war 
material, or of war premises or utilities used in connection with war material, as 
amended [so as to extend definition of "national-defense material'']. Approved Aug. 
21, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 234.) 

St. Lmvrence River. H. R. 4150, act to extend times for commencing and completing 
construction of bridge across St. Lawrence River at or near Ogden.sburg, N. Y. [by 
St. Lawrence Bridge Commission]. Approved Aug. 21. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 2.35.) 

Santec River. II. R. 4231. act granting consent of Congress to South Carolina State 
Highway Department to construct fi'ee highwav bridge across Santee River at or near 
I^'neudes Ferry. S. C. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 223.) 

Shiphnildinfj. II. R. 5i.',")6. act authorizing appropriations for Navy, additional .ship- 
bnildinu', ship repair, and ordnance manufacturing facilities. Approved July 29, 1941. 
1 p. (Public law 192.) 

Smitlisonian Oailery of Art. H. R. 3388. act to permit Smithsonian Gallery of Art Com- 
mission to purchase [from Eliel Saarinen. Eero Saarinen. and Robert F. Swanson] 
model of winning design for proposed Smithsonian (Jallery of Art, and for other 
purposes. Approved Aug. 21. 1041. 1 p. (Public law 233.) 

Smithsonian Institution. II. J. Res. 121. joint resolution providin.g for filling of vacancy 
in board of regents of Smith.sonian Institution of class other than Members of Congress 
[by appointment of Frederic C. W'alcott]. Approved Aug. 21. 1941. 1 p. (Public 
law 244.) 

II. .T. Res. 105. joint resolution providing for filling of vacancy which will occur 

Aug. 6. 1941. in board of regents of Smithsonian Institution of class other than Mem- 
bers of r'dnirress [by reappointment of Frederic A. Delano]. Approved Aug. 21. 1941. 

1 p. (Public law 245.) 

Traininff shipsi. 11. J. Res. 139, joint resolution to provide suitable vessels for use of 
certain State nautical schools, and for other purposes. [Approved July 29, 1941.] 

2 p. (Public law 191.) 

Tuff Fork. 11. R. 4315. act to legalize construction by Big Creek Bridge Company. Con- 
solidated, of bridge across Tug Fork of Big Sandy River at Nolan. W. Va. [Approved 
Aug. 18, 1941.] 2 p. (Public law 225.) 

United J>anphters of the Confederac^f. H. R. 2688, act granting extension of patent to 
United Daughters of tbe Confederacy. Approved Aug. 18. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 220.) 

Vancouver Barracks. II. R. 3033. act to grant Vancouver. Wash., road rights-of-way 
[on Vancouver Barracks military reservation] and retrocession of jurisdiction there- 
over to [State of Washington]. Approved July 30. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 194.) 

Vermont. S. J. Res. 1. joint resolution directing comptroller general to readiust account 
between United States and Vermont. Approved July 30. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 199.) 

Waba.ih River. H. R. 4306. act to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of toll bridge across Wabash River at or near Mount Vernon. Ind. [by Indiana 
State Toll Bridge Commission], Approved Aug. 18. 1941. 1 p. (Public law 224.) 

Walruses. 11. R. 1606. act for protection of walruses in Alaska. [Approved Aug. 18, 
1941.] 2 p. (Public law 219.) 

Warrant ofpcers, Armp. S. 162. act to strengthen national defense by creating grade of 
chief warrant oflficer in Army. [Approved Aug. 21. 1941.] 3 p. (Puhlif Inw 230.) 

Wildlife. H. R. 5^7, act to extend provisions of act to pro\ide that United States shall 
aid States in wildlife-restoration projects [to Alaska. Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin 
Islands]. Approved Aug. 18, 1941. 1 p. (Public law 218.) 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEES 

Cattle. PiinislimPiit of iiersons transporting stolen cattlp in interstate com- 
merce, [conferencel report to accompany S. 12(il: submitted by Mr. Sumners 
of Texas. Aug. 4, 1041. 2 p. (H. rp. 112,3. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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KUeioe, Charlfx. Williaiii F. Klicwe, CDiifereiKv report to accompanj' H. R. 
1602 ffor relief of Willi:uii F. Kliewe. .-is lejral guardian of his son, Charles 
KliewPl ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. Aug. 13. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1176, 77th 
Coug. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Military service. Selective training .ind service act nniendinents, cotiference 
report to acconijjan.v S. 1524 fto authorize deferment of men by age group 
or groups under selective training and service act of HMO] ; submitted by 
Mr. May. Aug. 1, 1!)41. 5 p. (H. ip. 1116. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Committee 
recommends amendment of S. 1524 by substitute and an)endnient of title of 
bill to read: Act providing for certain deferments and exemptions under 
selective training and service act of 1!)40. for publicity with respect to classi- 
fications, and for other purposes.] * Paper, 5c. 
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NiitiO)inl dcfe7ifte. Supplemental appropriations for national defense, conference 
report to accompimy H. R. 5412 [making supplemental appropriations for 
national defense, fiscal year lt;42. and for other jjurposes] ; submitted bv Mr. 
Taylor. Aug. 15, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1187, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 5412, as 
here reported, creates in the Ofiice of the Secretary of the Navy an Office of 
Budget and Reports.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51040 

Reqvisitioning of property for defense of United Stiites. conference report to 
accompany S. 1579: submitted by Mr. May. Aug. 12, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1153, 
77th Cong. ls( sess.) * Paper, .5e. 
L. C. card 41-51041 

Rit>ers. Authorizations for reservoirs, levees, and flood walls for flood control, 
conference report to .accompan.v H. R. 4911 [authorizing construction of certain 
public works on rivers and harbors for flood control, and for other purposes! ; 
submitted by Mr. Whittington. Aug. 1. IIHI. 6 p. ( H. rp. 1104. 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Warrant officers, Artuf/- Creating grade of chief warrant officer in Army, con- 
ference I'eport to accompany S. 162 : submitted b.v Mr. May. Aug. 12, 1941. 
4 p. (H. rp. 1152, 77th Cong. Lst se.ss. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Wheat nmrkcti))(f quofax, etc., conference report to accompany H. R. 5300 [to 
amend Public law numbered 74. 77th Congress, relating to wheat-mai'keting 
quotas u'uler agricultural adjustment act of lO.iS. as amended] ; submitted 
by Mr. Fulmer. Aug. 7. 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 1133. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
[Committee recommends amendment of title of bill to read: Act relating to 
wheat marketing quotas under agricultural ad.iustment act of 1938, as amended, 
to provide for withholding from normal channels of trade and commerce 
Government-owned cotton and wheat of 1940 and previous crops, and to 
provide 85 per centum of parity with respect to pe;inuts of 1941 crop.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
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EXECUTIVE PAPERS, JOINT COMMITTEE ON DISPOSITION OF 

Agriculture Dejiartinciit. Di.sposition of records by Department of Agriculture, 
report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 30 p. (H. rp. 
997, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, ,5c. 

Ciril Scrricc Co/Mmm/oH. Disposition of records by Civil Service Conunission, 
report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. H'- 
1019, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records bv Civil Service Commission, report : submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1020, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records bv Civil Service Commission, report ; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1041. 2 p. (H. rp. 1021, 77th Cong. 1st 
ses.s. ) • Paper, 5c. 

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Civil Service Commission — Continued. 

Disposition of records of Civil Service Commission, report : submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1018, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

District Courts. Disposition of records by district court for northern district 
of California, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1009, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States attorney for eastern district of 

Louisiana, with ai)proval of Department of Justice, report; submitted by 
Mr. Elliott of C^alifornia. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1012, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * I'apei-, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States attorney for northern district 

of Alabama, with approval of Department of Justice, report: submitted by 
Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1014, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for District of Columbia, 

with approval of Department of Justice, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of 
California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1011, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, He. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for di.strict of Nevada, 

with approval of Department of Justice, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of 
California. July 24, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1013, 77th C^ong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for district of northern 

Iowa, with approval of Department of Justice, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott 
of Californhi. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1(K),S, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for eastern district of 

Kentucky, with approval of Department of Justice, report: submitted by Mr. 
Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1010. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper. 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for eastern district of 

Pennsvlvania, with ajiproval of Department of Justice, report; submitted 
by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1007, 77th Cong. 

1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
« 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for middle district of 

Tennessee, with approval of Department of Justice, report ; submitted by Mr. 
Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. ( H. rp. 1000, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paiier, 5c. 

Disposition of records by United States marshal for western district of. 

Wisconsin, with approval of r>epartment of Justice, report ; submitted by Mr. 
Elliott of California. July 24, 1^41. 2 p. (H. rp. 995, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Emergency Miinagrnicnt Offjrr. Disposition of records by Office for Emergency 
Management, report: submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 
2 p. ( H. rp. 991, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Fcitcral Home Loan Rani- Board. Disposition of records by Federal Home Loan 
Bank Board, Federal lA)an Agency, reixirt ; submitted bv Mr. Elliott of Cal- 
ifornia. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 994, 77th Cong. Is't sess.) * Paper, 5o. 

Federal Re.Hcrve Bynteni Board of Governors. Disposition of records by Board of 
Governors of Federal Reserve Svstem, report ; submitted bv Mr. Elliott of 
California. July 24, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1025, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper 5c. 

Interior Department. Disjiosition of records bv Department of Interior, report; 
submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July"24, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 998, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records bv Department of Interior, report ; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 999, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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Interior Department — Continued. 

Disposition of records by Department of Interior, report : submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1000, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Taper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Department of Interior, report; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1002, 77th Cong. Ist 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records bv Department of Interior, report : submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1003, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Department of Interior, report; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1022, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Department of Interior, report ; submitted by Mr. 

Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1023. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

• Disposition of records bv Department of Interior, report; submitted by Mr. 

Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1024. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Justice Department. Disposition of records by Department of Justice, report ; 
submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1O04, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Disposition of records by Department of Justice, report ; submitted by Mr. 

Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1005, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Pai)er, 5c. 

Labor Department. Disposition of records by Depnrtment of Labor, report; 
submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1029, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oc. 

Noi^y Department. Disposition of records by Department of Navy, report; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 58 p. (H. rp. 1032. 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 10c. 

SoMal Security Board. Disposition of records by Federal Security Agency. Social 
Security Board, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1031. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Disposition of records by Social Security Board. Federal Security Agency. 

report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. ( H. rp. 993, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Social Security Board. Federal Security Agency, 

report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1028, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

State Department. Disposition of records by Department of State, report; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. laSO. 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Treamrv Department. Disposition of records by Department of TreasuiT. re- 
l)ort ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. .July 24. 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. lOOl, 
77tli Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

DisiKisition of records h\ Department of Treasury, report; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 101.^. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Disiiosition of records bv Department of Treasury, report; submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. lOlG. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

Disposition of records bv Department of Treasury, report: submitted by 

Mr. Elliott of California. July 24. 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1017, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * P;iper, -^c. 

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War Department. Disposition of records by Department of War, report; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 992, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Department of War, report ; submitted by Mr. 

Elliott of Califoraia. July 24, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 996, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Work Projects Adinini.stration. Disposition of records by Work Projects Admin- 
i.strat ion, Federal Works Agency, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott of Califor- 
nia. July 24, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1026, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Disposition of records by Work Projects Administration, Federal Works 

Agency, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott of California. July 24, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1027, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Ainerican Legion. Proceedings of 22d national convention of American Legion. 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 23-26, 1940. 1941. xiv+365 p. 3 p. of por. (H. doc. 38, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card 25-26630 

Appropriations Cotnniittee, Hoime. Histoi'y of Committee on Appropriations, 
House of Representatives, guardians of people's purse, its genesis and functions, 
sketches of distinguished chairmen who have guided its deliberations, by Ed- 
ward T. Taylor, supplemented by remarks in House of Representatives of Clai'- 
ence Cannon, on life and public service of Edward T. Taylor. 1941. iii-1-88 p 
(H. doc. 299, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 41-51103 

Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 77th Congress, 
Aug 1-28, 1941 ; no. 129-143. l&ll. Each 112 or 136 p. large 8" [Daily when 
House of Representatives is in session.] t Y 1.2 : 1/77-1-129 to 77-1-143 

Home oicners' loan acts and housing acts f July 22, 1932-June 28, 1941] ; compiled 
by Elmer A. Lewis, superintendent Document Room, House of Representatives. 
1941. iv+13S p. * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-51104 Y 1.2 : H 75/3/941 

Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States. Proceedings of 41st national encamp- 
ment of Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States, Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 
25-30,1940. 1941. x-f 291 p. 2 p. of por. (H. doc. 189, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 30c. 

ACXX)UNTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Chestnutt, Rail L. Mrs. Rosabelle Chestnutt, widow of Ray L. Chestnutt, report 
to accompany H. Res. 291 [granting gratuity to Mrs. Ray L. Chestnutt, widow 
of Ray L. Chestnutt] ; submitted by Mr. Cochran. Aug. 6, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1131, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

House of Representatives. Additional clerk for majority leader, report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 289 ; submitted by Mr. Cochran. Aug. 5, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1124, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

National defense. Providing for expenses of conducting studies and investiga- 
tions authorized by House resolution 281 [authorizing Committee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries to investigate progress of national-defense program inso- 
far as it relates to said committee] report to accompany H. Res. 297; submitted 
by Mr. Cochran. Aug. 14, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1177, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

ACKICULTUKE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Ayrieiiltural Adjustment Administration. Amending agricultural adjustment act 
of 1938, report to accompany H. R. 5171 [to amend sec. 392 of agricultural 
adjustment act of 1938, as amended, so as to provide for separate appropriation 
accounts for administrative expenses of Agricultural Adjustment AdministraV 
tion, so as to modify 1 and 2 per centum limitations on administrative expenses 

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1136 Government Publications 

Agricultural Adjust incut Admini.sfration — Con tinned. 

and to provide over-all limitations in lien thereof, and for other purposes] ; 
submitted by Mr. Fulmer. July 'M, 11)41. 3 p. (H. rp. 1077, 77th Coug. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

APPHOPKIA'I'IONS COMMITTEB^ HOUSE 

District of CoUiinhid. Supplemental appi'opriation for additional members of 
Metropolitan police of District of Columbia, report to accompany H. R. 5553; 
submitted by IVIr. Taylor. Aur. 15. 1041. 3 p. (H. rp. 11^0, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

B.VNKING AND CURKENCY COM M ITTEl-:, HOUSE 

Home Otcners' Loan Corporation. Amending home owners loan act of 1933, as 
amended, report to accompany H. R. 5143 [to amend home owners' loan act of 
1933, as amended, so as to exempt certain buildinjis in District of Columbia 
owned by Home Owners' Loan Corporation from taxation] ; submitted by Mr. 
Steagall. Aug. 12, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1169, 77th Cong, l.st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

CLAIMS COMMITTEaE, HOUSE 

Allen, Ouy F. Relief of G. F. Allen, and for other purposes, report to accompany 
H. R. 5280: submitted by Mr. Fogarty. July 31, 1941. 12 p. (H. rp. 1099, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) [11. R. 5280 also allows credit in accounts of Cecil M. P. 
Cross and Will S. Wood.] * Paper, 5c. 

Alters, Mrs. Elisabeth. Elizabeth Ayers, report to accompany H. R. 4246 [for 
relief of Elizabeth Ayers] : submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. Aug. 18, 1941. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 1195, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Bryant, Lloyd. Lloyd Bryant, report to accompany H. R. 2"208 [for relief of Lloyd 
Bryant] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. Aug. 12, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 1161, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Burton, Mrs. Jean N. Jean N. Burton and Laura Jones, report to accompany 
H. R. 2718 [for relief of Jean N. Burton and Laura Jonesl ; submitted by Mr. 
Meyer of Maryland. Aug. 18, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1194, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Canton Exchange Bank and First National Bank, report to accompany H. R. 4411 
[for relief of Canton Exchange Bank and First National Bank of Canton, Miss.] ; 
submitted by Mr. Capozzoli. Aug. 18. 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1196. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Carringer, Mrs. Thelrna. Thelma Carringer and others, report to accompany 
H. R. 4010 [for relief of Thelma Carringer and others] ; submitted by Mr. Harris 
of Arkansas. July 31. 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 1088. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Carter, Reginald //., jr. Reginald H. Carter, .ir., report to accompany H. R. 5223 
[for relief of Reginald H. Carter, .ir.] ; submitted by Mr. Wickersham. July 31, 
1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1097. 77th Cong. 1st s(>ss.) * Paper. 5c. 

Claims. Amending sec. 2 of act to provide method of settlement of claims arising 
against the Government in sums not exceeding $1.(KK> in any one case, report to 
accompany H. R. 518") ; submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washington. Aug. 1, 1941. 
3 p. (H.rp. 1112. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper 5c. 

Colt(r, J. T. J. T. Colter, report to accompany H. R. 466 [for relief of J. T. 
Colter]; submitted by Mr. Jennings. Aug. 6, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1125, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper, 5c. 

Crook, Mrs. Edna B. Estate of Mrs. Edna B. Crook, report to accompany H. R. 
4557 [for relief of estate of Mrs. Edna B. Crook] ; submitted by Mr. Keogh. 
Aug. 12, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1165, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Crmirh, Mrs. Lena B. Lena B. (^rouch, reijort to accompany H. R. 247 [for relief 
of Lena B. Crouch] ; submitt(>d by Mr. Weiss. Aug. 1. 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1105, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) *F'aper, 5c. 

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DcMatteis, Albert. Albert DeMatteis, report to accompany H. R. 4437 [for relief 
of Albert DeMatteis] ; submitted by Mr. Winter. Aug. 18, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
irj7, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Dillon, Mm. Hnttic. Hattie Dillon, i-eport to accompany H. R. 4503 [for relief of 
Hattie Dillon J ; submitted by Air. Fogarty. July 31, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1091, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5e. 

Farner, Fred. Fred Farner and Ernest Schroeder, report to accompany H. R. 
3141 [for relief of Fred Farner and Ernest Schroeder] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. 
Aug. 12, 1941. 17 p. (H. rp. 1163, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Farrell, Mrs. Mary L. Mary, Ethel, and Richard Farrell, report to accompany 
H. R. 2379 [for relief of Mary, Ethel, and Richard Farrell] ; submitted by Mr. 
Fen ton. July 31, 1941. 9 p. (H. rp. 1085, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Hugaboom, Elmc M. Elsie Hugaboom, report to accompany H. R. 4964 [for relief 
of Elsie Hugaboom] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. Aug. 12, 1941. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1167, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Justice, Mrs. W. V. Mrs. W. V. Justice, report to accompany H. R. 4830 [for 
relief of Mrs. W. V. Justice] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. Aug. 18, 1941. 9 p. 
(H. rp. 1198, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *I'aper, 5c. 

Kehaya, Alexander. Alexander Kehaya, report to accompany H. R. 4777 [for 
relief of Alexander Kehaya] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. Aug. 1, 1941. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1106, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

Korkenias, Mrs. Lillian. Lillian Korkemas and Rose Grazioli, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5498 [for relief of Lillian Korkemas and Rose Grazioli I ; submitted 
by Mr. McGehee. Aug. 12, 1941. 10 p. (H. rp. 168, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Lawson Coffee Co., Inc., report to accompany H. R. 4245 [for relief of Lawson 
Coffee Company, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Russell. Aug. 12, 1941. 
3 p. ( H. rp. 1164, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper, 5c. 

Ledgertcood, Mrs. Alfa. Alta Ledgerwood, report to accompany H. R. 4062 [for 
relief of Alta Ix'dgervvood] ; submitted by INlr. Dimond. July 31, 1941. 5 p. 
( H. rp. 1089, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper, 5c. 

I.enzcr, Victor M. Victor M. Lenzer, report to accompany H. R. 5038 [for relief 
of Victor M. Lenzer] ; submitted by Mr. Fento)!. July 31, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1095, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Leuger.H, Mr.'i. Elinor. Elinor Leugers, report to accompany S. 1398 [for relief 
of Elinor Ix'ugers] ; submitted by Mr. Wickersham. Aug. 1, 1941. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 1110, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

McMillen, Rail C. Ray C. McMillen, report to accompany H. II. 4587 lf<»r relief 
of Ray C. McMillen] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. Aug. 12, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1166, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. 5c. 

McMinnrille. Orcg. Reimbursing McMinnville, Oreg., report to accompany H. R. 
4791 [to reimburse McMinnville, Oreg., for damages a.ssessed to it b.v United 
States for innocent trespass upon land belonging to United States] ; submitted 
by Mr. Jeimings. Aug. 1. 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1114, 77th Cong. 1st .sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Macon County Oil Co., report to accompany H. R. 4415 | for relief of Macon County 
Oil Company] ; submitted by Mr. Wickersham. July 31, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 
1<>^!0, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper. 5c. 

Marshall, 8a)nucl J. D. Samuel J. D. Marshall, report to accompany H. R. 4514 
[for relief of Samuel J. D. Marshall] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. Julv 31, 
li;41. 14 p. (H. rp. 1092, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Miller, Pherne. Pherne Miller, report to accompany S. 605 [foi- relief of Pherne 
Miller] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. Aug. 1, 1941. 7 p. (H. rp. 1109, 77th 
Cong. 1st se.ss. ) *Paper, 5c. 

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Moxlcy, RegiH. Regis Moxley and Frances Moxley, report to accompany H. IL 
4570 [for I'elief of Regis Moxley and Frances Moxley] ; submitted by Mr. 
Chenoweth. Aug. 6, 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1127, 77th Cong. 1st ses.s.) *Paper, 5c. 

Naulti/, Edicin F. Edwin Fairfax Naulty and Leslie Fairfax Naulty, report to 
accompany II. li. 2S64 [to confer juris(li( tion upon Court of Claims to hear, 
tind facts, and report to Congress, claim of Edwin Fairfax Naulty and Leslie 
Fairfax Naulty] ; submitted by Mr. Wickersham. July 31. 1941. 12 p. (H. rp. 
1087, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Neal Storage Co., report to accompany S. 1608 [for relief of Neal Storage Com- 
pany] ; submitted by Mr. Weiss. Aug. 6. 1!)41. 3 p. (H. rp. 1129, 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Negotiable hi.stnimeiits. Authorizing Treasurer of United States to make settle- 
ments with payees of lost or stolen checks, which have been paid on forged 
endorsements, in advance of reclamation. rep(U't to accompany H. R. 5079; 
submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washingtcm. Aug. 1. 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1113, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Ousley. Ott V. O. C. Ousley, report to accompany H. K. 2780 [for relief of O. C. 
Ousley] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. July 31, 1941. 12 p. (H. rp. 1086, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Papana, Alex. Capt. Alex Papaua. report to accompany H. R. 5021 [for relief 
of Alex Papana] ; .submitted by Mr. Fentou. July 31. 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1094. 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper, 5c. 

Philpot. Mrs. Mnni E. Estate of Mary E. Philpot et al., report to accompany 
H. R. 2724 [for relief of estate of Mary E. Philpot, Sandra G. Philpot, and 
Mrs. R. L. Keckler] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. Aug. 12, lf»41. 18 p. 
(H. tp. 1162, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Ranch, Mrs. Helm. Helen Ranch and Max Ranch, report to accompany H. R. 
5291 [for relief of Helen Ranch and Max R:uu'h] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. 
July 31, 1941. 16 p. (H. rp. 1100. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) -^Paper, 5c. 

Reelamotion Bureau. Certain claims of employees of Bureau of Reclamation 
arising out of loss of tools deposited in warehouse and shop building main- 
tained by Bureau of Reclamation at Parker Diim. Ariz., destroyed by fire, 
report to accompany H. R. 5104 [to authorize Secretary of Interior to pay 
certain claims of employees of Bureau of Reclamation arising out of loss of 
tools deposited in warehouse and shop building maintained by Bureau of 
Reclamation at Parker Dam., Ariz., destroyed by fire] ; submitted by Mr. 
Fogarty. July 31. 1941. 20 p. (H. rp. 1096. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Sanehez, Mrs. Stu.'tauunh. Susannah Sanchez, report to accompany H. R. 5225- 
[for relief of Susannah Sanchez] ; submitted by Mr. Fogarty. July 31, 1941. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1098, 77th Cong. 1st ses.v*.) *Paper. 5c. 

Savdell. J. A. J. A. Sandell and Frances Sandell. report to accompany H. R. 
4S79 [for n>lief of J. A. Sandell and F^rances Sandell] : submitted by Mr. Crffee 
of Washington. July 31. 1941. 7 p. ( H. rp. 1093, 77th Cong. 1st ses^.) 
♦Paper, 5c. 

South Dakota Wheat Gro}rer.<i A.^.'<oriation. Inc.. report to accompany S. J. Res. 
29 [for relief of South Dakota Whi-at Growers Association, Incoriwrated] : sub- 
mitted by .Mr. Fenton. Aug. 1, 1941. 10 p. ( H. rp. 1108. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Spillinan, J/r.s. Lolah Y. ]Mrs. Albert Spillnian, I'eport to accompany H. R. 5039 
[for relief of Mrs. Albert Spillman (Lolah Y. Spillnian)]; submitted by jMr. 
Wicker.<ham. Aug. 1, 1941. 9 p. (H. rp. 1107. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Sweeney, James A. James A. Sweeney, report to accompjiny H. R. 4116 [for 
relief of James A. Sweeney] : submitted by Mr. CaiKizzoli. Aug. 6. 1941. 10 p. 
(H. rp. 1126. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paiier, 5o. 

Tanner, Mr.t. Andrew li. Mrs. A. B. Tanner, reixirt to accompany S. 1228 [for 
relief of Mrs. A. B. Tanner] : submitted by Mr. McGehee. July 31. 1941. 7 p. 
(II. rp. 1101. 77th Cong. 1st .^ess.) * I'aiK'r, 5c. 

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Thompson, Otis. Otis Thompsou, report to accompauy S. 1426 [for relief of 
Otis Thompson] ; submitted by Mr. Wicliersham. July 31, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1102, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Threadgill, Burl. Burl Threadgill and Helen Threadgill, report to accompauy 
H. R. 1371 [for relief of Burl Threadgill and Helen Threadgill] ; submitted 
by Mr. Fogarty. July 31, 1941. 14 p. (H. rp. 1084, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Walden, Frank P. Frank P. Walden and Viola Harp, report to accompany S. 493 
[conferring jurisdiction upon district court for southern district of Florida 
to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claims of Frank P. Walden 
in his individual capacity and as husband and legal representative of estate of 
Anice Walden, and Viola Harp in her individual capacity and as legal guardian 
of her daughter, Marjorie Gayle Harp] ; submitted by Mr. Coffee of Washington. 
Aug. 7, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1128, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wood, James. James Wood, report to accompauy H. R. 268 [for relief of James 
Wood]; submitted by Mr. Jennings. Aug. 18, 11>41. 2 p. (H. rp. 1193, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

DISTBtlCT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEK, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 4, 1941 ; no. 8. 
1941. 35 p. 4" t Y 4.D 63/1 : 77/8 

Crime and criminals. Amending sec. 907 of act to establish code of law for 
District of Columbia [relating to 2d conviction of eriminal offenses], report 
to accompany H. R. 5447; submitted by Mr. Randolph. Aug. 8, IMl. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 1139, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

District Court of United States. Amending sec. 111. title 18, of District of 
Columbia code [with respect to designatiou of deputy clerks by clerk of District 
Court of United States for District of Columbia], report to accompany H. R. 
5377; submitted by Mr. Randolph. Aug. 8, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1140, 77tli 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Vagrancy. Defining and punishing vagrancy in District of Columbia, report to 
accompany H. R. 5448; submitted by Mr. Randolph. Aug. 8, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1138, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

EXPENDnURES IN EXECUTIVE DEPAR'I'lIENTS CQlIMlriEE, HOUSE 

Blind. Authorizing procurement of certain products made by blind in Alaska, 
Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, report to accompany H. R. 594 ; submitted by Mr. 
O'Leary. Aug. 14, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1188, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Government contracts. Rei>ealing sec. 512-515, as amended. Revised statutes, 
sec. 1 and 3 of act approved Feb. 4. 1929 (45 Stat. 1147), and sec. 3744, as 
amended, 3745-47, Revised statutes [relative to filing of contracts], report to 
accompany S. 377; submitted by IMr. O'Leary. Aug. 15, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1192, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Reports. Discontinuance of certain reports now required by law, report to 
accompany H. R. 5508; submitted by Mr. Cochran. Aug. 13, 1941. 10 p. 
(H. rp. 1175, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

FLOOD CONTROL COMMITTEL, HOUSE 

Pine Flat-Kings River project. Authorization for constructiou of Pine Flat-Kings 
River project in California, report to accompany H. R. 4161 ; submitted by Mr. 
Elliott of California. Aug. 13, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1174, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Sepulveda Dam and Reservoir. Authorizing Secretary of War to lease lands in 
Sepulvada [Sepulveda] Dam and Reservoir project and Hansen Dam and 
Reservoir project to Los Angeles, Calif., report to accompany H. R. 547; sub- 
mitted by :\Ir. Voorhis of California. Aug. 13, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1173, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

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IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Jinsqueif in United States. Relief of certain Basque aliens, report to accompany 
H. R. 1944 ; submitted by Mr. Mason. July 31. 15)41. 3 p. (II. rp. lllKi, TTtli 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

liridf/es, Ifanii R. Harry Renton Bridges, reixirt to accompany II. R. 1G44 [to 
direct (U'i)ortation of Harry Kentdn Bri(lj;es| : yubmitted by Mr. Allen of Louisi- 
ana. Aug. l."i, 11>41. 2 p. (II. rp. 1170. TTtli Cong. 1st sess.) * I'aper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-".110.i 

Valendnrfs. Ix^gislative calendar showing status of all bills to date. 77th Congress. 
no. 7: Aug. 11. 1041. 1941. m p. large 8" J Y 4.1m 6/1 : 77/7 

Vharterift, Leslie. Leslie Charteris and Patricia Ann Charteris, report to accum 
pany H. R. 45(52 [for relief of Leslie Charteris (Le.><lie (^harles Bowyer Yin) 
and Patricia Ann Charteris] ; submitted by Mr. Kramer. Aug. 1. 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1115, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Papers, oc. 

Lum. Mrs. Louise IF. D. L. For relief of Louise Hsien Djen Lee Lum. report to 
aicompany H. R. 1537: submitted by Mr. King. July .30. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1080. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

yationalisni and nationalitii. Amending nationality act of 1940 to preserve 
nationality of citizens residing abroad, repi'rt [and supplemental report] to 
accompany H. R. 5.511 : submitted by Mr. Dicksteiu. [2 pts.] (H. rp. 1170, 
2 pts., 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) 
L. C. card 41-oll{)(J 

[pt. 1.] Report. Aug. 12. 1941. 2 p. ♦Paper, oc. 
pt. 2. Supplemental report. Aug. 14. 1941. 2 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Xatin-alization. Making eligible for citizenship any alien not racially ineligible 
to nafuraliztition heretofore admitted to United States for permanent residence 
under si)ecial act of Congress, report to accompany H. R. 542S; submitted by 
Mr. Lesinski. Aug. 1, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1111. 77th Cong. 1st .«ess.) 

* Paper, oc. 

L. C. card 41-.51107 

INDIAN AFKAIKS COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Cut Hank. Mont. Sale of individual Blackfeet Indian lands to Cut Bank, Mont, 
[for airpoi't purposes], report to accompany H. K. 52(51; submitted by Mr. 
O'Connor. Aug. 25. IWl. 2 p. (H. rp. 119M. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Fort Rvrthohi Indians, hearings. 77th Congress. 1st session, on H. R. 40, for relief 
of Indians of Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota [comprising tribes 
known as Arickarees. Gros Ventres, and Maiidansj. Apr. 23. 1941. 1941. iii + 
28 p. * Paper. 10c. Y 4.1u 2/1 : F 77/2 

I'otauMtmni Indians. Claims of Prairie band of Pottawatomie Indians. Kansas 
and Wisconsin, report to accompany H. R. 4.531 [conferring jurisdiction upon 
C<mrt of (?'laims to hear and determine claims of Prairie band or tribe of 
Pottawatcuuie Indians of Kansas and Wisconsin against United States] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. P^uidick. Aug. 15. 1<;41. 5 p. i H. rp. 1185. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* I'aper, 5c. 

INTIRSTAIK AND KOIIEKiN ( OMMEIU E tOMMITTlE. HOUSE 

Freight fonnirders. Regulation of freight forwarders, report to accompany 
S. 210; submitted by Mr. Lea. Aug. 13, 1041. 24 p. ( H. rp. 1172. 77th Cong. 
1st sessj. ) * Pai)er, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51108 

Gas \ natural) Natural gas act amendments, hearings. 77th C(nigres.s. 1st ses- 
sion, on H. R. 5249. to amend sec. 7 of natural gas act, July 10 and 11, 1041. 
1941. iii+S4 p. * Paper. 10c. Y4.In 8/4 : G 21/4 

(irantx Pass. Extend times for conunencing and completing construction of 
bridge between Dauphin Island and mainland at or near Cedar Point. Ala., 
report to accompany II. R. 512S [to extend times for conunencing and com- 
ph'tiiig const rucrion, by Alabama Bridge Conuiiission, of toll bridge :ind cause- 
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August 1941 1141 

Grants Pass — Continued. 

way across Giants Pass between Daupliin Island and mainland at or near 
Cedar Point. Ala.) ; submitted by Mr. I'atrick. July 29, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1074, 77tli Cong. 1st sess.) * I'aper, oc. 

Missouri River. Revive and reenact aet approved June 8, 1940, authorizing toll 
bridge across Missouri River at or near Decatur, Nebr. [to place at or near 
Onawa, Iowa, to be constructed bv P.urt County, Nebr.]. report to accompany 
H. R. 5247: submitted by Mr. Youngdahl. July 2.), 1941. 8 p. (H. rp. 1075, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mwiurifjahrla River. Extension of times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across ilonongahela River, at or near Elizabeth, Pa., report 
to accompany H. R. .")lii2 [to extend times lor commencing and completing con 
struction of bridge across Monongahela River lietween boroughs of Elizabeth 
and West Elizabeth, Pa., by IViuisylvania J ; submitted by Mr. Simpson. July 
29, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1073, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, Tie. 

Petrolei(n\ Consenting to interstate oil compact to conserve oil and gas [executed 
May 1, 1941. by representatives of Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas. Colorado, New 
Mexico, Illinois, Michigan, Arkansas, L(misiana. New York, and Peiuisylvania], 
report to accompany H. J. Res. 22.S ; submitted by Mr. Cole of Maryland- Aug. 
6, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. li;]2, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51109 

St. Croix River. Free bridge across St. Croix River at Hudson, Wis., report to 
accompany H. R. 4814 [authorizing Minnesota and Wisconsin, jointly or sep- 
arately, to accpiire bridges now existing or to construct free highway bridge 
across St. Croix River, also known as Lake St. Croix, at or near Hudson, Wis.] ; 
submitted by Mr. Youngdahl. July 2i), 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1007, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * I'aper, 5c. 

Free bridge at Hudson. Wis., hearings before bridge subcommittee, 77th 

Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4814, authorizing Minnesota and Wisconsin, 
jointly or .separately, to acquire bridges now existing or to construct free high- 
way bridge across St. ('roix River, also known as Lake St. Croix, at or near 
Hudson, Wis.. Mav 7, 1941. 1941. iii+40 p. * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.1n 8/4 : H 86/0 

Sarasota Pass. Extension of times for commencing and completing construction 
of bridge across Sarasota Pass, and across Longboat Pass, Manatee County. 
Fla. [by Bradent<Mi Company], report to accompany H-. R. 4993; submitted 
by Mr. Patrick. July 29, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1068, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

Susquehainia River. Free bridge across Su.squehanna River between Plymouth 
and Hanover Townships, Luzerne County, Pa., reiwrt to accompany H. R. 4994 
[granting consent of Congress to Pennsylvania to construct free highway 
bridge across Susquehaima River at Uridge Street. I'lymouth Borough, between 
Plymouth and Hanover Townships, Luzerne County, Pa.] ; submitted by Mr. 
Simpson. July 29, 1J)41. 2 p. (H. rp. 1069, 77th Cong. 1st se.ss.) * Paper, 5c. 

Teeth. Research relating to dental diseases, hearing before subcommittee, 77th 
Congress, 1st session, on S. 194. to authorize research by Public Health Service 
relating to cause, diagnosis, and treatment of dental diseases, July 14, 1941. 
1941. iii4-2;! p. * Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.1n 8/4 : D 43 

INVAUD PENSIONS COMMITTKE. HOUSE 

Pensions. Benefits to veterans and former servi<e men, hearings, 77th Congress. 
1st session, on II. R. 8094. granting pen.sicms and other benefits to veterans and 
former service men. July 22. 1941. 1941. iii+14 p. tab. * Paper. He. 

Y4.InS/5: V «U/8 

Increase of pensions to veterans of Regular Establishment for service- 
connected disabilities, hearings, 77th Congress, l.st ses.sion. on H. R. 2472 and 
H. R. 8257. bills providing rates equivalent to 90 i)er cent and 100 per cent of 

• onipensation payal)le to war veterans for similar service-connected disabilities, 
July 15, 1941. 1941. iii+32 p. * Paper. 10c. Y 4. In 8/5 : V 64/2 

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1142 Government Publications 

Jtn>IOIAKY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Actions at law. Making applicable State laws on lands or premises subject to 
jurisdiction of I'uitt'd states for injury or death, report to accompany H. R. 
r»235 (making applicable to all lands or premises subject to partial, concurrent, 
or exclusive jurisdiction of United States, law of State within exterior bound- 
aries of which such land or premises is situated, i)ertaiiiing to recovery of dam- 
ages for injury or death by wi-ongful act or omission] ; submitted by Mr. Tolan. 
Aug. 15, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1190, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

IVrmitting United States to be made party defendant in certain cases in- 
volving personal property, report to accompany H. K. 5578; submitted by Mr. 
Weaver. Aug. 15, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1191, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Alirnji. Amending alien registration act, report to accompany S. 1512 [to amend 
alien registration act, 1940, by making it criminal offense to reproduce alien 
registration r(>ceipt cards] ; submitted by Mr. Walter. Aug. 11, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1151, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 20, 1941 ; no. 
14. 1941. 130 p. 4° J Y 4.J 89/1 : 77/14 

Compensation for disability or death resulting from injury to ijersons employed 
at military, air, and naval bases acquired Ijy United S'tates from foTeign coun- 
tries, report to accompany S. 1G42 [to provide compensation for disability or 
death resulting from injury to persons employed at military, air, and naval 
bases accpiired by United States from foreign countries, and on lands occupied 
or used by United States for military or naval purposes outside continental 
limits of United States, including Alaska, Guantanamo, and Philippine Islands, 
but excluding Canal Zone] ; submitted by Mr. Walter. Jniy 29, 1941. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1070, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51110 

Contempt of covrt. Extending rule-making authority <tf Supreme Court to crim- 
inal contempt of court, report to accompany H. K. 5203 [to extend provisions of 
act of Feb. 24, 1983, and of act of June 29, 1940, to proceedings to punish for 
criminal contempt of court] ; submitted by Mr. Weaver. Aug. 13, 1941. 1 p. 
( H. rp. 1178, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Fires on public domain and in national forests, report to accompany S. 633 [to 
amend criminal code in respect to fires on iniblic domain or Indian lands or on 
certain lands owned or leased by. or under partial, concurrent, or exclusive 
jurisdiction of United States] ; sxibmitted by Mr. Tolan. Aug. 11, 1941. 5 p. 
(H. rp. 1149, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .5c. 
L. C. card 41-51134 

Goverjiment officials ar}<l cmpJonprs. Authorizing Goveinment employees to testi- 
fy for District of <'olnml)ia without loss of salary or amuial leave, report to 
acc<mipany H. R. 5192 [to authorize employees of United States to testify on 
behalf of District of Columbia and emplnyees of District of Columbia to testify 
iin belialf (,-f United States and District of Columbia without loss of salary or 
annua! leave] ; submitted by Mr. Tolan. Aug. 15. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1189, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Immoral lit era lure. Pr(»hil)iting transportation of obscene literature [in inter- 
state or foreign commerce], )'eport to accompany H. R. 2523; submitted by Mr. 
Walter. Aug. 15, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1184, 77th (V)ng. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Indeterminate Sentence and I'arole Board, report to accompany H. R. 4581 [to 
create Indeterminate Sentence and Parole Hoard, jirovide for uniformity of 
term of sentence, and for other purjioses] ; submitted by Mr. McLaughlin. July 
29, 1941. 5 p. (H. rp. 1071. 77tl) Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority views. 
H. R. 4581 .abolishes the Board of Parole.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. (\ card 41-51111 

Jvdpes. Making permanent tempc.rary judgeship in Massachusetts, report to 
accompany H. R. 2590 | to repeal prohibition against filling of vacancy in office 
of district judge for district of Massachusetts] : submitted by Mr. Walter. 
Aug. 15, IfHl. 3 p. (H. rp. 1181. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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August 1941 1143 

Judges — Continued. 

Subsistence expenses of judges of Court of Claims, report to accompany 

S. 1052 [relating to traveling and subsistence expenses of judges and retired 
judges of Co-urt of Claims] ; submitted bv Mr. Walter. Aug. IG, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1182, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

National Training Scliool for Boys. To amend act reorganizing administration 
of Federal prisons, report to accompany H. R. 5270 [to amend act reorganizing 
administration of Federal prisons, so as to give Attorney General authority to 
order transfer of juveniles committed to National Training School for Boys by 
Juvenile Court for District of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. Weaver. Aug. 11, 
1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1148, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Thanksgiving Day, report to accompany H. J. Res. 41 [making last Thursday in 
November legal holiday] ; submitted by Mr. Walter. Aug. 15, 1941. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1186, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Witnesses. Fees and costs of witnesses and jurors,- report to accompany S. 1051 
[relating to payment of fees and costs of witnesses and jurors and accounting 
therefor] ; submitted by Mr. Walter. Aug. 15. 1941. 2 p. ( H. rp. 1183, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

T..\BOR COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Post-Emergency Economic Advisory Commission. Establishing Post-Emergency 
Economic Advisory Conmiissioii and National Unemployment Commission, hear- 
ings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. J. Res. 59, to estab- 
lish National Unemployment Commission, H. J. Res. 70, establishing Post- 
Emergency Economic Advisory Commission. June 24-Julv 1 [1941]. 1941. 
ii+202 p. il. * Paper, 20c. Y 4.L 11 : P 84 

MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Coast Guard stations. Declaring abandoned title of Marquette, Mich., to land 
for Coast Guard purposes, I'eport to accompany H. J. Res. 221 [to declare aban- 
doned title of Marquette, Mich., to land in county of Marquette, and to vest 
control of such land in Secretary of Treasury for Coast Guard purposes] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Bland. July 30, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1079, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

* Paper, 5c. 

FisJi culture. Protection of fish-cultural station at S'pearfish, S. Dak., report to 
accompany H. R. 5397; submitted by Mr. Bland. July 30, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1078, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Fishermen. Hospitalization for fishermen, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, 
on H. R. 84, H. R. 5051. and H. R. 5130, bills to extend benefits of Public Health 
Service to fishermen, July 8, 1941. 1941. iii+56 p. * Paper, 10c. 

Y 4.M 53 :F 53/17 

Port Saunders, steamship. Registration of steamship Port Saunders and steam- 
ship Hawk, report to accompany H. R. 5425 [to permit steamship Port 
Saunders, oflicial no. 220150. and steamship Hawk, official no. 220149. to engage 
in fi.sheries] ; submitted by Mr. Bland. Aug. 12. 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1160, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Ships. Clearance and entry for certain vessels, reiwrt to accompany H. R. 5289 
[to dispense with requirement of clearance and entry for certain United States 
vessels which touch at Canadian ports for bunker fuel only] ; submitted by Mr. 
Bland. Aug. 12, 1941. 4 p. (H. rp. 1158, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session ; 6th edition. 1941. 
132 p. 4° $ Y 4.M59/1 : 77/6 

Military service. Declaring existence of national emergency, and for other pur- 
poses, report to accompany H. J. Res. 222 [to extend period of service of persons 
in military service, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. May. Aug. 1, 
1941. 19 p. (H. rp. 1117, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [Includes minority views.] 

* Paper. 5c. 

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1144 Government Pitiu.tcatioxs 

Militarii sciricc — ( 'oiitiiuiPd. 

Providing for national ilffonsc by reiiioviiifi i-cstriclions on miniheis arul 

length of service of draftees, hearinj^s, 77tli Congress, 1st session, on II. J. Res. 
217, H. J. Kes. 21S. 11. J. Ites. 220, and H. J. Res. 222, joint resolutions declaring 
national emergency, extending terms of enlistments, appointments, and coni- 
mi.ssions in Army of United States, suspending certain restrictions upon em- 
ployment of retired per.sonnel of Army, making further provisions for restora- 
tion of civil positions to members of Army on relief from military service, and 
for other purpo.ses, Jnlv 22-2S, 1041. 1941. iii + l()r»p. * Paper, "20c. 

Y 4.M;')9/1 : P36/18 

Rrqiiisitionfi {inilUnrii) . Authorizing requisition of personal i)roi)erty. hearings, 
77th Congress, l.st session, on S. 1.579, to authorize President of United States 
to requisition proi)erty reqiiired for defense of United States, and H. R. 4959. 
to further expedite strengthening of national defense, to provide for licensing 
of exports and imports, and for other puriM)ses. July ;^1, ]'..'41. 1!)41. ii+lS p. 

* Paper, He. Y 4.M 59/1 : P »4/6 

Requisitioning of private property, rejiort to accompany S. ITOl Ito aiithor- 

ize President of United States to recpiisition propertv recpiir^d for defense of 
United States] ; submitted by Mr. May. Aug. 4, 1941." 5 p. (H. rp. 1120, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, oe. 

L. C. card 41-51114 

TcyincHnrc Vnlleu Authority. Amending Teiniessee Valley Authority act, hear- 
ings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 490)1. to amend sec. 9 (b) of Tennessee 
Valley Anthorit.v act. as amended by sec. 14 of act of Aug. 81, 19:^5 (relative to 
accounts of the Authoritv], June 18-27. 1941. 1941. 11 + f1 \-^VP-?, v. * Paner, 
15c. y 4.M 59/1 : T 25/4 

NATIONAL DEFENSE MIGRATION. SFXECT COMMITTEE IjNVP:ST1GATTNC;. HOUSE 

Transientn. National defence migration, hearings, 77th Congress. 1st session, 
pursuant to H. Res. IIR. to inquire further into interstate migration of citizens, 
emphasizing present and potential consequences of migration caused by national 
defense program, San Diego hearings, June 12 and l."5, 1941. 1941. i)t. 12, v4- 
4823-49GOT'+49fil-n019 p. il. * Paper. 25c. Y 4.N 21/5 : M 58/pt. 12 

NAVAL ABTFAIRS COMMITTKE. HOUSE 

Aircraft. Hearing on status of Nav.v's aircraft procurement and aviation train- 
ing programs. [1941.1 p. 2055-88. (No. 148.) * Paner. lOc 

y 4.N 22/1 a : ^41-42/14.'? 

Constelfation, frif/nte. For preservation and restoration of frigate Constellation 
as national museum and making Newport. R. I., its home jiort. H. J. Res. 16S 
fint"rodnced bv] Mr. Forand ; [Iftter from acting Secretarv of Navv to chairman 
of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill). [1941.1 n. 201.8. (No. 1.87.) 

* Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/1 a : 941-42/187 

McMahon, Rayniorul J. Hearing [77tli Congress, 1st session], on TI. R. 8781. for 
relief of Raymond J. McMahon. [1941.] p. 2017-20. (No. 189. ) * T'np(>r. 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/1 a : 941-42/139 

Naval Academy. Anvapolin. To authorize Secretary of Navy to accept for Naval 
Academy such gifts and beouests ;is he may see fit. S. 158G : [letter from acting 
Secretary of Navy to Sneaker of House of Representatives concerning bill]. 
[1941.] p. 2009-10. (No. 185.) * Paper. 5c. Y 4.N 22/1a : 911-42/1.85 

To increase the number of midshipmen allowi^l at Naval Academy from 

District of Cohunbia, S. 1.5S5; [letter from acting president, hoard of commis- 
sioners. District of Columbia, to Sneaker of House of Repr(>scntatives con- 
cerning bill]. [1941.1 p. 2011. (No. 180.) * Paper. .5c. 

T4.N 22/1 a: 941-42/136 
Naval Air Station. Lfikrlnirfif. To authorize acquisition b.v Ignited States of 
lands lying between present lionndary of Naval .\ir Station. T/akehurst, N. J., 
and new boundaiy of Fort Dix. N. J.. H. R. 4151 [introduced by]. .Mr. Sntphin : 
[letter from acting Secretarv of Navy to chairman of Committee on Naval 
Affairs concerning bill]. [1941.1 p. 200.5-6. (No. 1.88.) * Paper, ,5c. 

Y4.N22/la: 941-42/1.83 

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August 1941 1145 

Naval Reserve. Authorizing transfer of enlisted men of Naval and Marine <^orps 
Reserve to Regular Navy and Marine Corps, report to accompany H. R. 5464 : 
submitted by Mr. Mott. Aug. 7, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 113."), 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Hearing [77th Congress, 1st session], on H. R. 5464, to authorize transfer 

of enlisted men of Naval and Marine Corps Reserve to Regular Navy and 
Marine Corps. [1941.] p. 2117-23. (No. 147.) *Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/147 

To provide for pay and allowances of mileage or transportation for certain 

officers and enlisted men of Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve and 
retired officers and enlisted men of Navy and Marine Corps, H. R. 02SS, [intro- 
duced by] Mr. Vinson of Georgia ; [letter from acting Secretary of Navy to 
Speaker of House of Representatives concerning bill]. [1941.] p. 2007-8. 
(No. 134. ) *raper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/134 

Navy. Hearing [77th Congress, 1st session], on S. 853, to provide for extension 
of enlistments in Navy ; [statement of Chester W. Nimitz]. [1941.] p. 2031-53. 
( No. 142. ) *Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/142 

Providing for extension of enlistments in Navy [and for other purposes], 

report to accompany S. 353; submitted by Mr. Vinson t)f Georgia. July 31, 1941. 
6 p. (H. rp. 1082, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, oc. 

L. C. card 41-51135 

Navy Department. Hearing [77th Congress, 1st se.«sion], on H. R. 5312, to 
authorize Secretary of Navy to proceed with construction of certain public 
works. [1941.1 p. 1099-2001. (No. 131.) *Pap('r, 25c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/131 

To amend sec. 5 (a) of act to expedite national defense, approved June 28, 

1940, relating to overtime pay of emiiloyees of Navy Department, H. R. 5518, 
[introduced by] Mr. Vinson of Georgia; [letter from acting Secretary of Navy 
to Speaker of House of Representatives concerning bill]. [1941.] p. 2089^90. 
(No. 144.) *Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/144 

Pipe lines. To provide for appointment of board to investigate feasibility of con- 
struction of pipe line from Baton Rouge, La., to Port St. .Toe, Fla., H. Res. 153, 
[introduced by] Mr. Vinson of Georgia ; [letter from Secretary of Navy to 
chairman of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. [1941.] p. 2003. 
(No. 132.) *Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/132 

Rations, Navy. To provide That Navy ration shall include canned or powdered 
or concentrated fruit juices, H. R. 4757, [introduced by] Mr. Peter.son of Florida ; 
[letter from acting Secretary of Navy to chairman of Committee on Naval 
Affairs concerning bill]. [1941.] p. 201.5. (No. 1.38.) *Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/138 

8an Francisco Bay. Hearing [77th Congress, 1st session], on H. Res. 158, request- 
ing Seci'etary of Navy to appoint board to investigate and report on need for 
constructing bridge [across San Francisco Bay] between Hunters Point and 
Bay Farm Island. [1941.] p. 2021-25. (No. 140.) *Paper, 5c. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/140 

Shiphuildinff. Hearing [77th Congress. 1st session], on H. R. .5482, to expedite 
shipbuilding; [statement of Samuel M. Robinson]. [1941.] p. 2091-2108. 
(No. 145.) *Paiier, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/145 

Report of subcommittee for inspection of shipbuilding facilities in New 

England area. [1941.] p. 2027-30. (No. 141.) *Paper, 5e. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 941-42/141 

Ships. Hearing [77th Congress. 1st session], on H. R. 5463, providing for security 
of United States naval vessels [in territorial waters of United States]. [1941.] 
p. 2109-1.5. (No. 146.) *Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/la : 941 ^2/146 

Providing for security of United States naval vessels [in territorial waters 

of United States], report to accomjiany H. R. 5463; submitted by Mr. Sutphin. 
Aug. 7, 1941. 6 p. (H. rp. 1136, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper. 5c. 

L. C. card 41-51115 

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1146 Go\EHN>IENT Pi liLIC'ATIONS 

pat1':nts committee, house 

Patents. Extending term of patents offered for Government use, hearings, 77tb 
Congress, 1st session, on H. R. HOSl and H. R. r)'_>13, bills authorizing the Presi- 
dent to accept on behalf of United States any offer of patent rights for national 
defense purposes, July 1, 1941. 1941. ili4-34 p. *Paper. 10c. 

Y 4.P 27/1 : P 27/28 

POST OJTICK AND POST roahs committf:}':. iiousk 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, calendar of bills, resolutions, and reports 
referred to Committee on Post Office and Post Roads for its consideration and 
action thereon, 2d edition, 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 18. 1941 : no. 2. 
1941. 32 p. r t Y 4.P 84/1 : 77/2 

Firearms. To permit mailing of small firearms to officers and employees of 
enforcement agencies of United States, reiwrt to accompany H. R. 1793; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Burch. Aug. 8, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1142, 77th Cong. 1st se-ss.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Postage. Book rate bill, hearing, 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 337, H. R. 4103, 
H. R. 4382, and H. R. 5265, bills proposing to make permanent postage rate of 
1^4 cents per pound on books. July 11-22, 1941. 1941. iii+140 p. * Paper, 15c. 

Y 4.P 84/1 : B 64 

To establish preferential postal rate for Braille writers and shorthand 

machines when mailed for repairs and returned after repairs, report to accom- 
pany S. 1570 [to further amend acts for promoting circulation of reading matter 
among the blind] ; submitted by Mr. Burch. Aug. 8. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1141, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Postal service. Extending benefits of 8-in-lO hour law to employees of custodial 
service, report to accompany H. R. 1851 : submitted by Mr. Whelchel. Aug. 8, 
1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1146, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

— - Time credit to in.iured substitute postal employees, report to accompany 
H. R. 3549 [for relief of postal employees] ; submitted by Mr. Sweeney, 
Aug. 12, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1171, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

To provide differential in pay for night work to custodial-service employees 

in i)ostal service, report to accompany H. R. 2232: submitted by Mr. Forand. 
Aug. 8, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1145, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Postmasters. Appointment of assistant postmasters at all 1st- and 2d-class post 
offices, report to accompany H. R. 3192; submitted by Mr. Haines. Aug. 11, 
1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1147, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

PRINTING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Bankruptcy. Printing additional copies of hearings relating to administration 
of bankruptcy act and referees in bankruptcy, reiwrt to accompany H. Res. 
285 [authorizing Committee on Judiciary of House of Representatives to have 
printed additional copies of hearings held before subcommittee of said com- 
mittee on bill (H. R. 4394) to amend bankruptcy act and acts amendatory 
thereof] ; submitted by Mr. Jarman. Aug. 4, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1118, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

Long, JTiieif P. Unveiling of statute of Huey P. Long, report to accompany 
S. Con. Res. 11 [authorizing printing and binding of proceedings held in 
Statiiary Hall in Capitol upon occasion of unveiling and acceptance of statue 
of Huey P. Long presented by Louisiana] ; submitted by Mr. Jarman. Aug. 8, 
1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 11.37, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper,' 5c. 

Military Order of the Purple Heart. Printing proceedings of Military Order of 
the Purple Heart, report to accompany H. J. Re.s. 196 [authorizing printing 
of proceedings of national encampments of various veterans' organizations 
in United States as separate House documents] : submitted bv Mr. Jarman. 
July 31, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1083. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. J. Res. 196 merely 
adds Military Order of the Purple Heart to list of veterans' organizations whose 
proceedings are to be printed as documents.] * Paper. 5c. 

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August 1941 1147 

PUBLIC BUrLDINGS AND GROUNDS COMJiIITTEE, HOUSE 

District of Columbia. Public buildings and grounds, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st 
session, on H. Res. 264, authorizing committee to investigate all data, facts and 
circumstances surrounding leasing of Dupont Circle Apartments by Federal 
Government, July 24-Aug. 5, 1941. 1941. iii+181 p. (No. 6.) * Paper, 20c. 

Y 4.P 96/6 : B 86/77-1, no. 6 

Housing. Public buildings and grounds, hearings, 77th Congress, 1st session, on 
H. R. 5211, to authorize appropriation of additional $300,000,000 for defense 
housing, July 0-23, 1941. 1941. ii+246 p. (No. 5.) * Paper, 25c. 

Y 4. P 96/6 : B 86/77-1. no. 5 

RULES committed:, house 

Internal revenue. Consideration of H. R. 5417, report to accompany H. Res. 280 
[for consideration of H. R. 5417. to provide revenue] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
July 80, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1076, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Judges. Consideration of H. R. 146, report to accompany H. Res. 282 [for 
consideration of H. R. 146, to provide for trials of and judgments upon issue 
of good behavior in case of certain Federal judges] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
July 30, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1081, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Military service. Consideration of House joint resolution 222, report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 290 [for consideration of H. J. Res. 222, declaring national 
emergency, extending terms of enlistments, appointments, and commissions in 
Army of United States, .suspending certain restrictions upon employment of 
retired personnel of Army, making further provision for restoration of civil 
positions to members of Army on relief from military service, and for other 
purposes, and all points of order against said joint resolution are hereby 
waived]: submitted by Mr. Sabath. Aug. 6, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1130, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

National defense. Investigation of national-defense program, Merchant Marine 
and Fisheries Committee, report to accompany H. Res. 281 [authorizing Com- 
mittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to investigate progress of national- 
defense program insofar as it relates to said committee] ; submitted by Mr. 
Sabath. Aug. 7, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1134, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Navy. Consideration of S. 353, report to accompany H. Res. 284 [for considera- 
tion of S. 353, to provide for extension of enlistments in Navy] ; submitted 
by Mr. Sabath. Aug. 4, 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1121, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Requisitions (military). Consideration of S. 1579, report to accompany H. Res. 
287 [for consideration of S. 1579, to authorize President of United States 
to requisition propertv required for defense of United States] ; submitted by 
Mr. Sabath. Aug. 4. 1941. 1 p. (H. rp. 1122, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

TERRITORIES COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Alaska. Authorizing transportation of employees of Alaska Railroad on ves- 
sels of Army Transport Service, report to accompany H. R. 4904 [to authorize 
transportation of employees of United States on vessels of Army Transport 
Service] ; submitted by Mr. Weaver. Aug. 11, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1150, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Hatcaii. Amending Hawaiian Homes Commission act of 1920, as amended, re- 
lating to powers, duties, and functions of Hawaiian Homes Commission, report 
to accompany H. R. 4795 : submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah. Aug. 4, 1941. 
8 p. (H. rp. 1119, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Approving act 112 of session laws of Hawaii, report to accompany H. R. 

5077 [to approve act numbered 112 of session laws of 1941 of Hawaii, to amend 
act 101 of session laws of Hawaii, 1921, relating to manufacture, maintenance, 
distribution, and .supply of electric current for light and power within dis- 
tricts of North and South Hilo and Puna, in county of Hawaii, so as to extend 

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1 148 Government IHulications 

Naicaii — CoiitiiiinMl. 

franchiso of Ililo KlHctric Vo. to districts of Kau and South Kohala in said 
county, and extend term thereof as to town of Hilo] ; siihmitted hy Mr. Angell. 
Aug. 8. 1!)41. 2 p. (H. rp. 1144. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, "jc. 

Ratifying and confirming certain right of purchase leases, .special homt,'- 

stead agreements, cash freehold agreements, certificates of occupation, home- 
stead leases, and patents issued under or in purported compliance with sec. 
73 of Hawaiian organic act and laws of Hawaii, report to accompany H. R. 
4520: suhmitted i)y Mr. Gc;.-<sett. July 29, IJMl. 2 p. ( H. rp. 1072, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, Jic. 

Kauai County. Hairnii. Empowering Legislature of Hawaii to authorize county 
of Kauai to issue improvement honds, report to accompany H. R. 5076; sub- 
mitted hy Mr. Gibson. Aug. 8, 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 1143, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

WAYS AND MKANS COMMI'lTEE, HOUSE 

Calendar of bills and resolutions referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 
77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 5. 1941 ; no. 10. 1941. 70 p. 4° % 

Y4.W 36: 77/10 

WORLD WAR veterans' LEGISLATION COMMITTEE, HOISE 

Medical eare. Amending sec. 4, Public law no. 198, 76th Congress, July 19, 1939, 
to authorize hospitalization of retired officers and enlisted men who are war 
veteraiKS, in Veterans' Administration facilities under contract on parity with 
other war veterans, report to accompany H. R. 4853 [to amend sec. 4, Public 
law numbered 198, 76th Congress, Jidy 19, 1939, to authorize hospitalization 
of retired officers and enlisted men who are war veterans on parity with other 
war veterans] : submitted by Mr. Rankin of Mississippi. Aug. 12, 1941. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1156, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Quartermaster General of Army. Conferring to certain persons who served in 
civilian capacity under jurisdiction of quartermaster general during War 
with Spain. Philippine insurrection, or China R?lief Expedition benefits of hos- 
pitalization and privileges of soldiers' homes, report to accompany H. R. 143; 
submitted by Mr. Rankin of Mississippi. Aug. 12, 1941. 3 p. (H. rp. 1154, 
77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Soldiers. Facilitating standardization and uniformity of procedure relating 
to determination of service connection of injuries or diseases alleged to have 
been incurred in or aggravated by active service in war. campaign, or expedi- 
tion, report to accimipany H. R 4905 : submitted by Mr. Rankin of Mississippi. 
Aug. 12, 1941. 3 p. (H.' rp. 1157, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Providing that unexplained absence of any ex-service man for 7 years 

shall be deemed sufficient evidence of death for purpose of laws administered 
by Veterans' Administration, report to accompany H. R. 4787 ; submitted by 
Mr. Rankin of ISIississippi. Aug. 12. 1941. 2 p. (H. rp. 115.5, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Veterans' Administration -fneilities. Authorizing administrator of veterans' 
affairs to grant easements in lands to Bedford, Mass., for road-widening pur- 
poses, report to accompany H. R. 5*^05 ; submitted by Mr. Rankin of Mississippi. 
Aug. 12, 1941. 2 p. (h! rp. 1159. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .5c. 

PRINTING JOINT COMMITTEE 

Calendars. Joint Committee on Printing, 76th Congress, calendar of requests 
presented to committee for consideration and action thereon. Anr. 23, 1941 
r final print ) . 1941. 66 p. 4" % Y 4.P 93/1 : 5/76/final print 

SENATE 

Calendar of business, 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 1-28, 1941 ; no. 89-100. 
1941. Each 20 p. or 12 p. large 8" [Daily when Senate is in session. The leg- 
islative day of Julv 28 extended through the calendar day Aug. 1.1 t 

¥1.3:77/1/89-100 

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August 1941 1149 

Militari/ aervirc. Deferments and exemptions under selective training and serv- 
ice act of 1040, S. 1524 [as agreed to in conference] providing for certain de- 
ferments and exemptions under selective training and service act of 1J140, for 
publicity with respect to classifications, and for other purposes. Aug. 6, legis- 
lative day July 2H, 1941. 2 p. (S. doc. 104, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Extending periods of service of persons in militar.v service. Senate joint 

resolution i)5 |as passed by both Houses]. Aug. 14, 1941. 3 p. (S. doc. 108, 
77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Requiftition of propcrtii by United States, S. 1579 fas agreed to by committee of 
conference, Aug. 7, 1841, same being bill as recoannitted by the House to com- 
mittee of conference, Aug. 13. 1941], to authorize President of ITnited States to 
requisition property required for defense of United States. Aug. 19, 1941. 
1 p. (S. doc. 109, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Soldiers. Service manual as to privileges, rights, and benefits of Disabled Amer- 
ican Veterans of World War and their dep<>ndents : presented by Mr. Itone. 
July 30, legislative day July 2S, 1941. iii-f-7(i p. ( S. doc. 96. 77th Cong. 1st 
.sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51116 

AGKICUIvTUliE AN1> FORESTRY COM.MiriKE, SKN.\TE 

Calendars. Legii^lative calendar, 77th Congress, Aug. 14, 1941; no. 11. 1941. 
61 p. 4° t Y4.Ag 8/2: 77/11 

Cotton. Prohibiting purchase of tVtreign-grown cotton with public funds, report 
to accompany S. 1831 ; submitted by Mr. Smith. Aug. 14, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 
657, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Cumhetiand River. Including Cumberland River basin in T. V. A., hearings 
before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st .session, on S. 1.")39, to amend Tennes- 
see Vallev Authoritv act of 1933, June 18-Julv 2. 1941. 1941. iii-fl08 p. 
* Paper. 15c. Y 4.Ag 8/2 : C 91 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

National defense. First supplemental national defense appropriation bill, [fiscal 
year] 1942, hearings before subcommittee, 77th Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 
5412. 1941. ii+283 p. * Paper, 3Uc. Y 4. Ap 6/2: D 36/2/942 

First supplemental national defense appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1942, 

report to accompany H. R. 5412 ; submitted by Mr. Adams. Aug. 12, 1941. 4 p. 
(S. rp. 652, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) [H. R. 5412, as here reported, creates in the 

Office of the Secretarv of the Navv an Ottice of Budget and Reports.] * Paper, 

5c. 

L. C. card 41-51117 

BANKING ANIJ CURKE.NCY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Banks and hankinfj. Waiver of stockholders' liability by Federal Deposit Insur- 
ance Corporation, report to accompany S. 1014 [to amend sec. 12B of Federal 
reserve act, as amended] ; submitted by Mr. Brown. Aug. 19, 1941. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 663, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Mortgage insurance. Limitation on defense housing insurance, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5395 [to amend national housing act, as amended, so as to increase 
aggregate amount of insurable mortgages] ; sidimitted by Mr. Maloney. Aug. 
19, 1941. 1 p. ( S. rp. 664, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

CX-AIMS COMMITTEffi;, SENATE 

Allen, Herman R. Herman R. Allen, report to accompany H. R. 1354 [for relief 
of Herman R. Allen] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. July 31, legislative day July 
28, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 623, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .^c. 

Anderson. Walter M. Walter M. Anderson, report to accompany S. 142S [for 
relief of Walter M. Anderson] : submitted by Mr. Hughes. July 31, legislative 
day July 2S, 1941. 10 p. (S. rp. 628, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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1150 Government Publications 

Bdlcer, llarnj F. Harry F. Baker, report to acooniijany 8. 1M8 [for relief of 
Harry F. Baker] ; submitted by Mr. Brown. Aug. 7, legislative clay July 2S, 
IJMl. 5 p. (S. rp. 648, 77th Cong. l.st sess.) * Paper, 5<-. 

Bnrloir, Emilij. Emily Barlow, report to accompany H. R. l.")7() [for relief of 
Emily Barlowl : suliniilted by Mr. Brewster. July 31, legisbitive day July 28, 
lt)41. 11 p. (S. rp. G26, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai)er, 5c. 

Brodcrick, Joseph V. Joseph V. Eruderick, report to accompany S. 1050 [for 
relief of Joseph V. Broderickl : submitted bv Mr. Hughes. July 31, legislative 
day July 2S, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 6:^1, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Broirri, Norman C. Norman Carlin Brown, report to accompany H. R. 1352 [for 
relief of Norman Carlin Brown] : submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 31, legisla- 
tive day July 28, 1941. 5 p. ( ?!. rp. G41, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Oarr China Co., report to accompany H. R. 2431 [to confer jurisdiction upon Court 
of Claims to bear, determine, and render .indgment upon claim of Carr China 
Company] ; sulnnitted by "Slv. Rosier. July .'51, legislative day July 28, 1941. 
11 p. ( S. rp. G42, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Carter, Reginald H.. jr. Reginald H. Carter, jr.. report to accompany S. 1695 
[for relief of Reginald H. Carter, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 31. 
legislative day July 28, 1941. 3 p. (S. rp. 640, 77rh Cong. 1st sess.) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Cirone, Tony. Tony Cirone, report to accompany H. R. 4045 [ffir relief of Tony 
Cirone] ; submitted by Mr. Wiley. July 31, legislative day .Tuly 28, 1941. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 637, 77th Cong". 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Erwin, Wade TI. Wade H. Erwin and Vonnie Erwin, report to accompany H. R. 
2010 [for relief of Wade H. Erwin and Vonnie Erwin] : submitted l^y IMr. Brew- 
ster. July 31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 6 p. (S. rp. 627. 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Oay, Mrs. Mary 8. Mary S. Gay, report to accompany S. 1479 [for relief of Mary 
S. Gay] ; submitted by Mr. Hughes. July 31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 
3 p. (S. rp. 630, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Henderson, C. I). C. D. Henderson, repoi't to accompany S. 904 [for relief of C. D. 
Henderson] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 31. legislative day July 28, 1941. 
7 p. (S. rp. 639, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Hester, John H. John Henry Hester, report to accompany H. R. 4529 [for relief 
of John Henry Hester] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. July 31. legislative day 
July 28, 1941. ' 4 p. ( S. rp. 624. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, .".f. 

Holcombe, Louise. Legal guardian of I.KJuise Holcombe. Jind George Holcombe. 
report to accompany H. R. 4100 [for relief of legal guardian of Louise Hol- 
combe, and George Holcombe] : submirted by Mr. Tnnnell. July 31, legislative 
day July 28, IWl. 9 p. (S. rp. 619, 77th Cong, l.st sess.) * I'aper, 5c. 

Holten, Mrs. Marr/aret S. :Margaret S. Holten, report to accompany H. R. 2434 
[for relief of Margaret S. Holten] : submitted by Mr. Wiley. July 31. legis- 
lative day .Tuly 28, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 636, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Jackson. Gilbert E. Gilbert E. and Helen Jackson, report to acc(mipany H. R. 
647 [for relief of Gilbert E. Jackson and Helen Jackson, individually, and to 
legal guardian of Edwin Jackson] : submitted by Mr. Hughes. July .31. legis- 
lative day July 28, 1941. 14 p. (S. rp. a33, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper. 5c. 

Jones, Lewis. Lewis Jones, report to accompany II. R. 27."i3 [for relief of Lewis 
Jones] ; submitted by Mr. Hughes. July 31. legislative day .Tuly 28, 1941. 3 p. 
( S. rp. 632, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, .5c. 

Lcnzer. Victor M. Victor M. Lenzer. report to accompany S. 1655 [for relief 
of Victor M. T^nzer] ; submitt(>d by Mr. Capper. July 31. legislative day July 
28. 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 622, 77tli Cong. 1st s(>ss.) * Paper, ."c. 

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August 1941 1151 

McditeiTanean fruit flics. Losses sustained by growers incideut to Federal cam- 
paign for eradication of Mediterranean fruitfly in Florida, hearings before 
Special Joint Committee of Committees on Claims, 7Gtli Congress, 3d session, 
pursuant to S. Con. Res. 40, Dec. 4-17. 1940. 1941. ii+715 p. il. [This joint 
committee is made up of members of tlie Senate Committee on Claims and the 
House Committee on Claims. Hearings were held at Orlando, Plant City, Ocala. 
and De Land, Fla.] * Paper, 60c. Y 4.C 52/2 : M 469/2 

Mueller, Mrs. Eva. Eva Mueller, report to accompany S. 807 [for relief of Eva 
Mueller] ; submitted by Mr. Ro.sior. Julv 31, legislative dav Julv 28, 1941. 15 p. 
(S. rp. 638. 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Reclamation Bureau. Certain claims of employees of Bureau of Reclamation, 
report to accompany S. 1649 [to authorize payment of certain claims of em- 
ployees of Bureau of Reclamation arising out of loss of tools destroyed by 
fire at Parker Dam, Ariz.] ; submitted by Mr. Rosier. July 31, legislative day 
July 28, 1941. 2 p. ( S. rp. 643, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Reed, Raiimond W. Raymond W. Reed and Rose Reed, report to accompany 
H. R. 2212 [for relief of Raymond W. Reed, and Rose Reed] : submitted by Mr. 
Wiley. July 31. legislative day July 28, 1941. 30 p. (S. rp. 635, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ; * Paper, 5c. 

Sanchez, Mrs. Su.utnnah. Susannah Sanchez, reiwrt to accompany S. 1708 [for 
relief of Susannah Sanchez] : submitted by Mr. Tunnell. Julv 31, legislative day 
July 28, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 620, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Pai^er, 5c. 

Sioux Ski/Kxiijs, Inc.. report to accompany S. 1363 [for relief of Sioux Skyways. 
Incorix) rated] : submitted by Mr. Tunnell. July 31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 

4 p. ( S. rp. 618, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Small, John S. John S. Small, report to accompanv H. R. 2182 [for relief of 
John S. Small] ; submitted by Mr. Wiley. July 31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 

5 p. (S. rp. 634, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Stencil, Franklin. Franklin Stencil and Domonic Stencil, report (o accompany 
H. R. 191 [for relief of Franklin Stencil and Domonic Stencil] ; submitted by 
Mr. Brewster. July 31, legislative day July 28. 1941. 6 p. (S. n). 625, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Wells, Georf/e. George and Mamie H. Wells, report to accompany S. 1581 [for 
relief of George Wells and Mamie H. Wells] : submitted by Mr. Capper. July 
31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 4 p. (S. rp. 621, 77th Cong. l.st ses.^*) 
* Paper, 5c. 

Witeher. Ivan R. Ivan Richard Witcher and Nellie Witcher, report to accompany 
S. 1430 [for relief of Ivan Richard Witcher and Nellie Witcher] : submitted by 
Mr. Hughes. July 31, legislative day July 28, 1941. 8 p. ( S. rp. 629, 77th Cong. 
1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

COMMERCE COMMITTEK, SENATE 

Calend-ars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st .session, Aug. 23, 1041 : no. 10. 
1941. 85 p. 4" [Number 9 is not available.] t Y 4'. C 73/2 : 77/10 

Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex., letter from Secretary of War transmitting to 
chairman of Connuittee on Commerce, Senate, report [of chief of engineers. 
Army] on reexaminatif>u of Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex. [with respect to 
west turning basin at Port Arthur, Tex.] ; presented by Mr. Overton. 1941. 
ii-t-16 p. 2 maps. ( S. doc. 60, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. Ktc. 
L. C. card 41-511.36 

DISTRICT OF C0HIMBI.\ COMMITTI-ni;, SEN.VTE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 21, 1941 ; no. 5. 
1941. 27 p. 4° t Y 4.1)63/2:77/5 

Crime and crimi)i<il.s. Amending sec. 907 of act to establish code of law for 
District of Columbia, relating to 2d conviction of criminal oftenses. report to 
accompany H. R. .5447; submitted by Mr. McCarran. Aug. 14, 1941. 6 p. 
(S. rp. 658, 77th ("(mg. 1st .sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

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1152 Government Publications 

Rernnirr (if deeds. To iiu'rense iiinount anfliori/cd by act of July 11. 1940, for 
t'(/iistnK'tioii of buiUIiiifi ftir (Hlk-e i)f Kcfordcr of Deeds of District of Columbia, 
report to acconiijiiiiy H. R. 486;!; submitted by Mr. Burton. Aug. 11, 1941. 1 p. 
( S. rp. 619, 77tli ( 'ong. 1st sess. ) * Paper. He. 

Vaf/rancy. Defining and punishing vagrancy in District of Cohimbia, report to 
accompany H. R. .")44S; .•submitted l)y Mr. McCarrau. Aug. 14, 1941. 2 p. 
( S. rp. (>ri9. 77tb Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

i:m CATION AND LABOR COMMITTF^E, SKNATE 

Hours of labor. Amendment to sec. 7 (b) (2) of fair labor standards act of 
19;JS. report to accompany S. 17i;> [to amend Public law numbered 718, 75tb 
Congress. :ipi)roved .June 2."), 193S. so as to permit 2.08(1 hours of work in .52- 
oonsecutive-weekly period without payment of overtime compensation under 
collective bargaining agreements] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Utah. Aug. 15, 
legislative day Aug. 14, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 660, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paijer, 5c. 

Labor and hiboriur; chiMiies. Violations of free speech and rights of labor, hear- 
ings before subconunittee. 76th Congress, 3d session, pursuant to S. Res. 26»> 
(74th Congress), to investigate violations of right of free speech and assembly 
and interference with right of labor to organize and bargain collectively: .suih 
plementary exhibits. Citizens' Association of Salinas Valley, California Proces- 
sors and Growers. Inc.. 14 county units of associated farmers, California State 
Peace Otiicers' Associations, emergency disaster ordinances. California anti- 
picketing initiative. 1941. pt. 75. iv-<-27427-80S p. * Paper. 8.5c. 

Y 4. Ed 8/8 : L ll/6/pt.75 

Vocational traiiiinr/ in Civilian Conservation Corps camp.s. report to accompany 
S. 1365; submitted by Mr. Walsh. Aug. 14. 1941. 4 p. ( S. rp. (!5(>. 77th Cong. 
1st sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
L.C. card 41-51118 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calcud<tr.'<. Calendar, assignment for hearings, revenue act of 1941 ; Aug. 13-2.S, 
1941 : no. 3-6. 8-12. 1941. Each 3 p. 4° [Numbers 1. 2. and 7 not available.! -t 

Y 4.F 49 : 77/3-6, 8-12/Revenue, 941 

Legislative calendar, 77th Congress, Aug. 13. 1941 ; no. 14. 1941. 56 p. 4° t 

Y 4.F 49 : 77/14 

Legislative calendar [of] subcommittee on veterans" legi.slation, 77th Con- 

gres.s. Aug. 1. 1941 : no. 1. 1941. 14 p. 4° t Y 4.F 49: 77/1/Vet. 

IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE). SENATE 

Valoidnrs. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, calendar of bills and resolutions. 
Aug. 22. 1941 : no. 3. 1941. 16 p. 4° t Y 4.1m 6/2: 77/3 

l.NDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Apnchc fiidi/ins. Per capita payments to Apach(». Ki<;wa. and romancbe Indians 
in Oklahoma and food stamp plan for benefit of Indians, hearings, 77th Con- 
gress, 1st .s(>ssion, on S. 1341, authorizing per capita payment to members of 
Apache, Kiowa, and Comanche Indians in Oklahoma, Mav 6 and 7, 1941. 1941. 
ii+33 p. * Paper, Idc. Y 4.1n 2/2 : Ap 1 

Cattle tk-lcfi. Eradicating cattle tick. Seminole Indian Reservation. Fla., hearing 
77tii Congress, 1st session, on S. 147(!, July 15, 1941. 1941. ii+116p. * Paper, 15c. 

Y4.In2/2:C29 

Indians. Amending Californi.-i Indians jurisdictional act. he.irings, 77th Con- 
gress. 1st sessiou. ou S. 710 .-ind S. 1112. bills to amend act authorizing attorney 
general of California to bring suit in Court of Claims on belialf of Indians of 
California, and S. 1366. relating to filing in Court of Claims of amended petition 
in case iiending in such court entitled Indians of California against United 
States, June 17 and IH, 1941. 1941. ii4-107 ]). * Paper, 15e. 

Y 4. In 2/2 : C 12/4 

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August 1941 1153 

Indians — Continued. 

Amending California Indians jnrisdictional act. report to accompany S. 112 

[to amend act authorizing attorney general of California to bring suit in Court 
of Claims on behalf of Indians of California] ; submitted by Mr. Thomas of 
Oklahoma. Aug. 19. 1941. 25 p. (S. rp. G<;2, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 

Vte Indians, amending jurisdictional act. restoration t)f lands, authorizing .suits 
in Court of Claims for claims of certain Indians, etc., hearings. KJth Congress, 
.Sd session, on II. K. !)70ri. to make more effective use of certain parts of public 
domain, and for other purjjo.ses, Aug. 20 and 21, lt;4U. 1941. ii-f57 p. IH. K. 
97G5 adds land to rintah and Ouray Reservation. H. K. 98S9, which adds land 
to Goslnite Kcservatidii and confers jui'lsdiction upon Court nf ('laims to hear 
claims of .Shoshone Indians, is also discussed in these hearings.] * Paper, KJc. 

Y 4. In 2/2 : Ut 2/2 

INTEKOCEIANIC CANALS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Panama Canal. Recognition of civilian otTicials and employees engaged in con- 
structi<»n of Panama Canal, report to accompany S. 1481 : submitted by Mr. 
Pepper. July 22, 1941. 11 p. ( S. rp. 574, 77th Cong. 1st s<'ss.) [S. 1481 
provid^~s ainiuities for all citizens of United States employed b.y Isthmian Canal 
Commission or Panama Railroad Company for 'i years or more during con- 
struction ptM'iod who do not receive benf fits und«>r any other act. j * Paper, He. 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Radio brondrastiriff. To authorize study of radio rules and regulations of Fed- 
eral Communications Commission, hearings. 77th ('ongress, l.st session, on 
S. Res. U:i. June 2-20. 1941. 1941. iv+r)28 p. * Paper. 60c. 

Y4.In 8/3 :R 11/9 

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION COMMITTEE. SENATF; 

Calendars. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, 1st session. Aug. 14, 1941; no. 1. 
1941. 6 p. 4° % Y4.Ir 7/1: 77/1 

.lUDKIARY COMMirri-K. SENATE 

Calendnrx. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress. 1st session, Aug. 4-25, 1941; 
no. 25, 27-28. 1941. Each (52 p. or 04 p. 4" [Number 26 not available.] % 

Y 4. J 89/2 : 77/25, 27-28 

Cardcn, Geotf/e A. Claims of George A. Carden and Anderson T. Herd, report 
to accompany S. 1G9 [to provide for appeal to Supreme Court of United States 
from decision of Cr.urt of Claims in suit instituted by George A. Carden and 
Anderson T. Herd] : submitted by Mr. Coinially. Aug. 15, legislative day 
Aug. 14, 1941. 21 p. (S. rp. 661, 77th Cong, l.st .sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

District of Colinnlia. National representation for District of Columbia, adverse 
report to accompan.v S. J. Res. 3n [proposing amendment to Constitution of 
United States providing for national representation lor peojjle of Di.stric( 
of Columbia] ; submitted by Mr. McCarran. Aug. 4, legislative day July 28, 
19i1. ri p. (S. rp. 640. 77th Cong. 1st sess. I * Paper. He. 

Sdhotdf/c. Willful injury or destruction of war matei-ials, report to accompany 
H. R. 3752 [to amend act to punish willful injury or destruction of war 
ruateri'il. or of war premises or utilities used in connection with war material, 
as amended, so as to extend definition of "national-defense material"] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. McCarran. Aug. 4, legislative day July 28. 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 
047, 77th (^)ng. 1st .sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 

MILIIARY AFFAIRS COMMITTKE. SENATE 

CalrndaiH. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, Aug. 12. 1941: no. 11. 1941. 
152 p. 4" [Number 10 not available.] J Y 4. M 59/2 : 77/11 

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1154 Government Publications 

Engineers. Stationary oiiRiiieers and boiler operators, hearings before sub- 
committee, 77th Cc?ngress. 1st session, on S. 1128, to provide for licensing of 
stationary engineers and boiler operators in certain generating electric, steam, 
or other power planrs. to protect national-defense program, and for other 
purposes, July 31 and Aug. 1, 1941. 1941. iii-j-5(> p. [S. 1128 creates a Na- 
tional Board of ytationai-y Power Engineer and Boiler Operator Examiners.] 
•Paper, 10c. T 4.M 09/2 : En 3/2 

Militnrij acrvice. Deferment of certain college and university students under 
selective training and service act of i;)4t). hearing before subcommittee, 77th 
Conuress. 1st session, on S. 1.'.04, .Inly 31. 1941. 1041. ii+20 p. ♦ Paper, .oc. 

Y 4.M r.9/2 : C OS 

Retention of reserve components and selectees in military service beyond 

12 months, hearings. 77th Congress. 1st ses-^^ion, on S. J. Res. 92, removing 
restriction on length of service of selectees, and S. J. Res. 93, authorizing 
retention of members and units of reserve components in active militarv 
service, July 17-24. 1941. 1941. iii+254 p. * Paper, 25c. Y 4.M 59/2 : R 30/4 

Raxc materials. Strategic and critical materials, hearings before subcommittee, 
77th Congress. 1st session. May 15- July 1, 1941. 1941. iii+307 p. 1 pi. 2 tab. 
map. * Paper, 45c. Y 4.M 59/2 : St 8 

MINES AND MINING COMMITTEE. SENATE 

Petroleum. Interstate oil compact to conserve oil and gas, report to accompany 
S. J. Res. 101 [consenting to interstate oil compact to conserve oil and gas, 
executed May 1, 1941. by representatives of Oklahoma. Kansas. Texas. Colorado, 
New Mexico. Illinois. Michigan. Arkansas, Louisiana. New York, and Penn- 
sylvania] ; submitted by Mr. Johnson of Colorado. Aug. 11, 1941. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 650, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 41-51119 

NATION^VL DE^-ENSE PROGRAM. SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING. SENATE 

National defense. Investigation of national defense program, additional report 
pursuant to S. Res. 71: [submitted by Mr. Truman]. 1941. iii+43 p. 11. (S. 
rp. 480, pt. 2, 77th Cong. 1st sess. » [Part 2 relates to camp and cantonment 
investigations. Part 1 was entered in Monthly catalog for July VMl. p. 10'16. 
under subhead Aliiniiuuni.] *Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-50827 

Investigation of national defense program, hearings. 77th Congress. 1st 

session, pursuant to S. Res. 71, Apr. 28-May 8. 1941. 1941. pt. 2. v-f397- 
712+x p. il. 1 pi. 2 maps. [Pi^rt 2 relates to soft coal strike, camp construction 
at Fort George G. Meade, and location of 7th Corps Area Training Center.] 
*Paper, 45c. Y 4.N 21/6 : D 36/pt.2 

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTI'-J:, SENATE 

CaJr-ndara. Legislative calendar. 77th Congress, 1st session. Aug. 25. 1941: no. 8. 
1941. 79 p. 4- J Y 4.N 22/2 : 77/8 

Convoyx. Investigation of charges that American naval vessels are convoying 
shii)s or have destroyed German naval vessels, iireliminary report to accompany 
S Res. l.-^S: submirted by Mr. Walsh. July 29. legislative day July 28, 1941. 
12 p. (S. rp. 617. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51120 

'Savy Department. Authorizing certain public works, hearing, 77th Congress, 
1st .session, on H. R. 5312. Julv 28. 1941. 1&41. ii+17 p. *Paper. 5e. 

Y 4.N 22/2 : P 96/8 

Fl'iii Diegci. Calif. Miscellaneous bills, hearing. 77th Congress, 1st session, on S. 
ir.7S. grant of pared of land [in Naval Traininc; St.-ition] to S:in Diego, S. 16.37, 
irrant of portion of Great Lakes N;ival Ti'aining Station to Illinois. S 1701, 
jiay and allowancrs of reserve and retired naval and Marini' Corps officers, 
H. R. 4338. adjustment of liiactlve-dut.v pay of certain membprs of Fleet Re- 
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August 1941 1155 

San Diego, Calif. — Continued. 

serve, S. 1677, subsistence allowance for aviation cadets, S. 1587. rental allow- 
ances for officers deprived of quarters on board ship, S. 377, repeal sec. 512-515, 
as amended, 3744, as amended, 3745-47, Revised statutes [relative to filing of 
contracts], S. 1.521, provide that Xavy ration include canned, powdered, or 
concentrated fruit juices, S. 8.58, presentation of silver medals to certain 
members of Peary Polar Expedition, 1908-09, S. 1604, relief of George Anthony 
Goldsborough, July 28, 1941. 1941. iii+16 p. *Paper, 5c. Y 4.N 22/2 : B 49/7 

POST OFFICES AND POST ROADS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, calendar of bills, resolutions, and reports re- 
ferred to Committee on Post Offlces and Post Roads for its consideration and 
action thereon, 77th Congress, 1st session, Aug. 8, 1941 ; no 5. 1941. 16 
p. 4° $ Y 4.P 84/2 : 77-1/5 

Postal serirce. Establishing system of longevity pay for postal employees, re- 
port to accompany H. R. 1057 ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. July 31, legislative 
day July 28, 1941. 5 p. (S. rp. 644, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

Roods. Defense highway act, report to accompany S. 1840 [to supplement 
Federal aid road act, approved July 11, 1916, as amended and supplemented, to 
authorize appropriations during national emergency declared by the President, 
May 27. 1941, for immediate construction of roads urgently needed for national 
defense] ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. Aug. 12, 1941. 8 p. (S. rp. 651, 77th 
Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51121 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COM MITTEl'::, SENATE 

Armij Medical Lihrary and Museum Building, report to accompany H. R. 5146 
[to amend act to authorize Secretary of War to proceed with coustruction of 
certain public works in connection with War Department in District of 
Columbia, namely, building for Army Medical Library and Army Medical 
Museum, so as to authorize appropriation for purchase of site] ; submitted by 
Mr. Malonoy. Aug. 21. 1941. 6 p. { S. rp. 6()5, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper,5c. 

Capitol. Study of desirable improvements to Senate Chamber and Senate Office 
Building, report to accompany S. Res. 1,50 [relating to acoustics, redecorating, 
and for better lighting of Senate Chamber and Senate Office Building] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Andrews. Aug. 14, 1941. 1 p. (S. rp. 6.54, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess.) *Paper, 5c. 

^eeing-ei/e dogs. Permitting seeing-eye dogs to enter Government buildings 
[when accompanied by their blind masters], report to accompany S. 1826; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Herring. Aug. 14, 1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 6.55, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 

Spritig Park Club, Incorporated. Release of interest in land abutting easterly 
side of post-office site at Richfield Springs, N. Y., report to accompany H. R. 
2381 [authorizing transfer of land owned by Ignited States back to Spring Park 
Club, Richfield Springs, N. Y.] ; submitted by Mr. Maloney. Aug. 14, 1941. 
1 p. ( S. rp. 653, 77th Cong. 1st sess. ) *Paper, 5c. 

PUBLIC LANDS AND SURVEYS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Calendar, 77th Congress, Aug. 8, 1941 ; no. 8. 1941. 24 p. 4° $ Y 4.P 96/1 : 77/8 

TERRITORIES AND INSUXAK AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Wildlife restoration, report to accompany H. R. 587 [to extend provisions of act 
to provide that United States shall aid States in wildlife-restoration pro.1ects 
to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands] ; submitted by Mr. Tydings. 
Aug. 1, legislative day July 28, 1941. 4 p. (S. rp. 645, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 
*Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51122 

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1156 GoVERNaiENT PUBLICATIONS 

COURT OF CLAIMS 

Barnes. James I. Barnes v. United States; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 44088, p. 21-33. t Ju 3.8 : B 2U2/2 

Ficklen. John D. Ficklen v. United States; report of commissioner. [1941.] 
no. 44391, p. 5-9. J Ju 3.8 : F 447 

Myers. No. 43G71. Howard C. Myers r. United States; no. 43672. John H. Arhle 
V. [same] ; no. 43673, Charles C. Martin v. [same] ; no. 43674, Walter O. Plitz v. 
[same] ; no. 43675, George H. Spitz v. [same] ; supplemental report of commis- 
sioner. [1941.] p. 183-187. t Ju 3.8 :M 992/7 

St. Louis Refrigeratwg d Cold Storage Company v. United States; Fulton Market 
Cold Storage Company v. [same] ; report of commissioner. [1941.] no. 43110, 
43336, p. 59-74. $ Ju 3.8 : Sa 24/18 

Schrocdcr Besse Oyster Company, Inc., et al., v. United States; report of commis- 
sioner. [1941.] no. 43988, p. 9-10. t Ju3.8:Sch76 



COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Dratcbavks. Customs appeal no. 4366, United States v. Ricard-Brewster Oil Co., 
transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1941.] cover title, 
1+24 p. t . Ju 7.6 : R 357 

Zinc. Customs appeal no. 4367, United States v. Nichols Copper Co., transcript 
of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1941.] cover title, ii+74 p. t 

Ju 7.6 : N 519 

CUSTOMS COURT 

Cases. United States Customs Court reports, v. 5: Cases adjudged in Customs 
Court. July-Dec. 1940. 1941. viii+6S4 p. [Includes Customs Court decisions 
359-409, abstracts 43979-44990, and reappraisement decisions 4t!31-5071.] 
♦Cloth, $1.25. 
L. C. card 39-29067 Jn 9.5 : 5 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Public Utilities Commi-'ision. 28th annual report of Public Utilities Commission 
of District of Columbia, [calendar year] 1940. 1&41. v+104 p. il. *Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 14-30633 DC 43.1 : 940 



Same. (H. doc. 23, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 



EMERGENCY BOARD (DULUTH, MISSABE AND IRON 
RANGE RAILWAY, AND OTHER CARRIERS, 1941) 



Note 
sec. 10 



. — Created by the President in Proclamation 2481, May 9, 19-tl, under provisions of 
of railway labor act amended. 

Report to the President by Emergency Board, appointed under provisions of rail- 
way labor act, to investigate and report in respect to di-spute between Duluth, 
Mi.«;sabe & Iron Range Railway Co. [et al.], and certain of their employees as 
represented by Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Hau 
dlers. Express, and Station Employees. 1941. jii-|-17 p. t 
L. C. card A 41-3806 NMB 1.7 : D 88 

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August 1941 1157 

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Safety huUetin, v. 6, no. 1; July 1041. [1941.] cover title, 32 p. 4° [Monthly. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 
L. C. card 3G-26723 EC 1.9 : 6/1 

Note. — This bulletin, issued in tbe interest of accident pieveiitiun in i mployments 
within the purview of the workmen's compensation laws administered by the Empb yees' 
Compensaton Commission directs attention to the number of injuries nported to tlie 
Commission under tbe Federal employees' compensation act, the longshoremen's and 
harbor workers' compensation act, and the District of Columbia compensation act, the 
causes of such injuries and the possibilities of preventing them by the use of appropriate 
saietj meairu.es. 

EXPORT CONTROL ADMINISTRATOR 

Export control. Comprehensive export control schedule (including general infor- 
mation and regulations), Aug. 1, 1941; no. 1. [1941.] 51 p. 4° [Monthlv.] t 
L. C. card 41-51123 Y 3.Ex 7/2 : 8/1 

Note. — Comprehensive export control schedules are issued as of the first of each month 
by the Administrator of E.xport Control. Interim schedules will continue to be published 
as at present, but will be incorporated in succeeding monthly comprehensive schedules. 
This issue includes all forms, conversions, and derivatives of the commodities subject to 
export control which have appeartd in Schedules 1-14. It does not include the com- 
modities (listed in Schedule Z) the exportation of which is regulated with respect to 
sl!iiiment.s to the firms and individuals listed on the Proclaimed list of certain blocked 
nationals. 

Export control schedule Y, supplementing Export control schedule Z. 

[1941.] 4 p. 4° t Y 3.Ex 7/2 : 7/Y 



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Radio service bulletin 390 and 391; July 1 and 15, 1941. [1941.] 41 p. and 22 p. 
oblong 8° [Semimonthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 15-26255 CC 1.25 : 390, 391 

Radio statio>is. List of radio broadcast stations by frequency as of Mar. 29, 1941. 
[1941.] 84 p. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 36-26(>43 CC 1.22 : 941 

List of radio broadcast stations, by State and city, as of Mar. 29, 1941. 

[1941.] 104 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 37-26240 CC 1.23 : 941 

List of radio stations in Alaska, Jan. 24, 1941. Mar. 17, 1941. [1] +52 p. 4° 

[Processed.] t 

L. C. card 41-51042 CC 1.2 : R 11/3/941 

List of stations in aviation service. [1941.] 43 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 41-51043 CC 1.2 : Av 5 

Relay broadcast stations as of Jan. 1, 1941. Mar. 4, 1941. 46 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t 

L. C. card 41-51044 CC 1.31 : 941 

Radiotelephone. Information regarding ship and coastal-harbor radiotelephone 
service, June 1. 1941. [1941.] [5] +51 p. [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51045 CC 1.2 : R 11/8 

Telegraph. Operating data from monthly reports of telegraph and cable carriers, 
May 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° (Accounting, Statistical, and 
Tariff Dept.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t CC 1.13: 941/5 

Telephone. Summary of monthly reports of large telephone carriers in United 
States, May 1941. [1941.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° (Accounting, Statistical, 
and Tariff Dept.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t CC 1.14 : 941/5 

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1158 



Government Publications 



Television report, order, rules and standards. May 3, 1941. 
7 pi. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51046 



[1941.] [48] leaves, 
CC 1.2 : T 237/2/&41 



FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

Federal home loan bank review, v. 7, no. 11; Aug. 1041. [1941.] cover title, 
p. 361-400, il. 4" [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $1.60. 

L. C. card 34-28163 PL 3.7: 7/11 

Note. — The Federal home loan bank review is the Board's medium of communication 
with member Institutions of Federal Home Loan Bank System and is the only official 
organ or periodical publication of the Board. The Review will be sent to all member 
institutions without charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Foreclosures. Non-farm real estate foreclosure report, June 1941. [1941.] 
2-f [5] leaves, il. 4° ([Research & Statistics Division.]) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t FL 3.8: 941/6 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Clip sheet. Federal Housing Administration clip sheet, Aug. 1-22, 1941 ; v. 28, 
no. 1-3. [1941.] Each 1 p. il. large 4° [Weekly; none issued Aug. 1.5 or 29, 
194L] t FL2.7:28A-3 

Dwellings. Special methods of house construction, discussion of recent develop- 
ments in dwelling construction and list of materials and methods of con- 
struction. Aug. 1, 1941. [1]+16 leaves, 4° (Technical circular 9.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51048 FL2.17:9 

'Neighborhood plannimg. Successful subdivisions planned as neighborhoods for 
profitable investment and appeal to home owners. [Revised Mar. 1941.] [1941.] 
[2] -f 2S+ [2] p. il. ( Land planning bulletin 1 ; [FHA form 2094] . ) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51008 FL 2.16 : 1/2 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Report of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Apr. 1941, letter from chairman 
transmitting statement of loan and other authorizations of the Corporation 
made during Apr. 1941. June 30, 1941. 17 p. (H. doc. 298, 77th Cong. 1st 
sess. ) t 
L. C. card 32-28211 



FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



Electric power. Electric power requirements and supply in United States, Jan. 
1941, class 1 electric utility systems. [1941.] [6] p. il. 4" (National defense 
power survey; [P-7].) [Monthly. Processed. Previous issues not entered in 
Monthly catalog.] t 
L. C. card 41-51047 FP 1.12 : 7/941-1 

Same, Feb. 1941, class 1 electric utility systems. [1941.] [6] p. il. 4" 

(National defense power survey; [P-7].) [Monthlv. Processed.] f 

FP 1.12 : 7/941-2 

Same. Mnr. 1941, class 1 electric utility systems. [1941.] [109] p. il. 4° 

(National defense power survey ; P-7.) [Monthly. Processed.] f 1 

FP 1.12 : 7/941-3 



— Same, Apr. 1941, class 1 electric utility systems. 
(National defense power surA-ey ; [P-7].) [Monthly. 



[1941.] [6] p. il. 4» 
Processed.] f 

FP 1.12 : 7/941^ 



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August 1941 1159 

Electric power — Continued. 

Typical electric bills, 1941. [1941.] 4" (FPC R-21.) [Processed.] 

t Paper, 10c each. FP 1.16/2 : ( CT) 

NoTK. — The 1941 rate series comprises typical bills for electric service in effect Jan. 1, 

1941. Reports for the 48 States, including the District of Columbia, are listed below. 

Alabama. [2] + 16+[l] p. 

Arizona. [2]+7+[l] p. 

Arlcansas. [2] + 13+[ll p. 

California. [2]4-37+ [1] p. 

Colorado. [2]+9+[l] p. 

Connecticut. [2]+16+tl]p. 

Delaware. [2] +5+ 11] p. 

Florida. [2]+15+[l] p. 

Georgia. [2]+21+[l] p. 

Idaho. [2]+8+[l] p. 

Illinois. l2]+4:i+[l] p. 

Indiana. [2]+22+[l] p. 

Iowa. [2]+20+[l] p. 

Kansas. [2]+16+[l] p. 

Kentucky. [21+17+[1] p. 

Louisiana. (2] + 13+[l] p. 

Maine. [2]+13+[l] p. 

Maryland and District of Columbia. [2] +8+ [1] p. 

Massachusetts. [ 2 1 + 24 + [ 1 ] p. 

Michigan. [21+27+[l] p. 

Minnesota. [2]+19+[l]p. 

Mississippi. f2]+13+[l] p. 

Missouri. [2]+23+[l] p. : 

Montana. [2] + 7+[l] p. 

Nebraslfa. [2] + 13+ [1] p. 

Nevada. [2]+5+[l] p. 

New Hampshire. [2]+8+[l] p. 

New Jersey. [21+2S+[1] p. 

New Mexico. [2]+7+[l]p. 

New Yorl<. [2] +43+ [Up. 

North Carolina. [2] + 17+[l] p. 

North Dakota. [2] +9+11] p. 

Ohio. [2]+35+[l] p. 

Oklahoma. [2] + 16+ LI ] P- 

Oregon. [2]+9+[l] p. 

Pennsylvania. [21+6y+[l] p. 

Rhode Island. [2]+6+[l]p. 

South Carolina, 12] + 12+[11 p. - 

South Dakota. [2]+8+[l] p. 

Tennessee. [21+14+[i] p. 

Texas. [2]+37+[l] p. 

Utah. [2]+8+ri] p. 

Vermont. [2]+8+[ll p. 

Virginia. l2]+15+fl] p. 

Washington. [2]+ll+[l] p. 

West Virginia. [2]+17+[l] p. 

Wisconsin. [2]+21+[l] p. 

Wyoming. [2]+6+[l] p. 

Electric utilities. Scheduled additions to generating capacity and electric con- 
struction expenditures for 1941. Apr. 1941. [1]+15+[1] p. 4° ([FPC 
S-12.] ) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f Paper, 10c. FP 1.21 : 12 

Electriciti). Production of electric energy in United States, May and June 1941; 
no. 41-6. July 30, 1941. 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t FP 1.11 : 941/6 

tiationnl electric rate "book. 

KOTE. — The National electric rate book and individual rate books for the 48 States, 
covering the rates charged by publicly and privately owned utilities in communities of 
1,000 or more population for residential, commercial and industrial service, are issued 
in loose-leaf form in bindors. Supplements showing rate changers and new rate schedules 
are issued in processed form to rcplare superseded data. A montblv Bulletin service 
shows important rate rbanees prior to their incorporation in t'^e supplements. 

Siiliucriptions for tlie National electric rate honk, individual State rate books, and 
Bulletin service should be sent to the Federal Power Commission, Washington, D. C. 
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service and nionthlv Bulletin service for 12 mon^-bs from date of order; Supplement and 
Bullrtin services thereafter, $7.-50 per year. State rate books $1.00 each, including 
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tberenfter, $1 00 per vear. ^fontblv Bulletin service for individual State rate books is 
available at $1.00 additional per year, payment to be made with initial subscription. 

■ National electric rate book: [State separate]; Indiana. July 1, 1941. 

53+3 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of June 7, 1940.] FP 1.18 : In 2/941 

• Same; Iowa. July 15, 1941. 49+3 p. 4** [Supersedes is.-'ue of Sept. 4, 

1940.] FP 1.18 : lo 9/941 

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National electric rate book — Continued. 

■ Same; Michigan. June 16, 1941. 47+4 p. 4" [Supersedes issue of May 

28, 1940.] FP 1.18 : M 58/941 

• Same; Nebraska. June 30, 1941. 32+1 p. 4" [Supersedes issue of Nov. 

11, 1940.] FP 1.18 : N 27/941 

Same; Pennsylvania. June 2, 1941. 55+9 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of 

Oct. 21, 1940.] FP 1.18 : P 38/941 

■ Same; Wisconsin. June 16, 1941. 63+3 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of 

July 11, 1940.] FP 1.18 : W 75/941 

Same; Wyoming. June 30, 1941. 12+1 p. 4" [Supersedes issue of Nov. 

25, 1940. ] FP 1.18 : W 99/941 

Northtvestern Electric Company. No. 9756, in circuit court of appeals for 9th 
circuit. Northwestern Electric Company v. Federal Power Commission ; brief 
for respondent. [1941.] cover title, ii+60 p. t FP 1.17 :N 819 



FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Commodity prices; [by Frank Garfield and Clayton Gehman]. [1941.] [1]+' 
12 p. il. 4° [Processed. From Federal reserve bulletin, Mar. 1941.] t 

FR 1.3/la : C 737 

Federal reserve bulletin, Aug. 1941; [v. 27, no. 8]. n. p. [1941.] [2] +723-824 
p. il. 1 pi. 4° [Monthly.] t Paper, 20c, single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $2.60. 

L. C. card 15-26318 FR 1.3/1 : 27/8 

Note.- — The Bulletin contains review.s of current economic developments, special 
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rulinss of the Board of Governors, and statistics of bankinj?, business activity, prices, 
Treasury operations, and international finance. It is sent to member banks and, upon 
request, to libraries of educational institutions without charge. Others desiring copies 
may obtain them from the Board of Governors of th" Federal Reserve System, Washing- 
ton, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Periodicals. Weekly review of periodicals, R and S WRP-838 to R and S WRP- 
841; Aug. 5-26, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] t 

FR 1.22 : 838-841 

Stocks. List of stocks registered on national securities exchanges, supplemen- 
tary list, indicating changes, Feb. 1, 1940-July 31, 1941. Aug. 1941. [lJ+6 p. 
4" [Processed. Prepared for purposes of Regulation U. Suiiersedes supple- 
mentary list published May 1941.] t FR 1.2: St6/940/supp.-6 



FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

Civilian Conservation Corps. Series of reprints from v. 26 [of School life, articles 
relating to significant phases of education and training in Civilian Conserva- 
tion Corps camps] ; by Howard W. Oxley. [1941.] [20] p. il. 4° [From 
School life, v. 26.] t FS 5.7/a : C 499/2 

Co.NTK.NTs. — Camp life as basis for program planning. — Work as basis for occupational 
training. — Recreation. — Analysis of enrollee personnel. — Reviewing educational pro- 
gram. — Reliabilitation of veterans. — Use of visual and auditory aids. — Training for na- 
tional defense, in CCC camps. 

College salaries, 1939-40 ; [by Maude Farr, with assistance of Blanche K. Choate]. 
[1941.] cover title, 33 p.'il. 4° (Circular 196.) [Processed] f 
L. C. card E 41-127 FS 5.4 : 196 

Defense training. Determining training needs in local communities. Jan. 6, 
1941. cover title, iv+62 p. 4" (Service bulletin on defense training in voca- 
tional .schools, no. 5.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card E 41-116 FS 5.24 : 5 

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Defense training — Continued. 

Loan packets on education and national defense. May 1, 1941. 3 leaves, 

4° [Processed. Information exchange on education and national defense.] t 

FS 5.2 : L 78 

Selecting trainees ; by joint committee of Employment Service [and] Office 

of Education, assisted by Bruce Utlius and J. Walter Dietz. Dec. 13, 1910. 
cover title, [1.5] leaves, 4* (Sm'vice bulletin on defen.«!e training in vocational 
schools, no. 4.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Work Projscts 
Administration and Advisory Commission to Council of National Defense.] t 
L. C. card E 41-115 FS 5.24 : 4 

Selecting trainees for apprenticeable occupations ; by joint committee of 

Employment Service [and] Office of Education, a.sslsted by O. L. Harvey and 
George L. Rosecrans. ISIar. 15. 1041. cover title, i+S p. 4° (Service bulletin 
on defense training in vocational schools, no. 10.) [I'rocessed. Prepared in 
cooperation with Labor Department.] t 
L. C. card E 41-119 FS 5.24: 10 

Selecting trainees for manual and mechanical production jobs; by joint 

committee of Employment Service [and] Office of Education, assisted by J. 
Walter Dietz and Frank J. McSherry. Jan. 20, 1941. cover title. v+0+[l] 
p. 4° (Service bulletin on defense training in vocational schools, no. 7.) 
[Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Advisory Commission to Council of 
National Defense and War Department.] t 

L. C. card E 41-118 FS 5.24: 7 

Democracy. Practicing democracy in elementary school, some descriptions of 
democratic practices in kindergarten and grades l-S; [by Julia L. Hahn]. 
May 1941. cover title, iii+47 p. 4" (Circular 190.) [Processed. Information 
exchange on education and defense.] t 
L. C. card E 41-125 FS 5.4 : 190 

Voices of democracy, handbook for speakers, teachers, and writers [with 

list of books for further reading] ; compiled by Bernard Molohon. 1941. x+84 
p. il. (Bulletin 1941, no. 8.) * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card E 41-124 FS 5.3 : 941/8 

Education. Biennial survey of education in United States, 1938-40 : v. 1, chap. 10, 
Educational research studies of national scope or significance ; by David Segel. 
[1941.] iii+35 p. * Paper, 10c. FS 5.23 : 938^0/v.l, chap. 10 

Health education. Helping elementary children to healthful practices in school; 
[compiled by Julia L. Hahn]. [June 1941.] cover title, iii4-[l]+16 p. il. 4° 
(Circular 191.) [Processed. Information exchange on education and national 
defense.] t 
L. C. card E 41-126 FS 5.4 : 191 

Supervision of health and physical education as function of State depart- 
ments of education ; by James Frederick Rogers. [1941.] vi+106 p. (Bulletin, 
1940, no. 6; Monograph 14, Studies of State departments of education.) 
* Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card E 41-123 FS 5.3 : 940/6/M 14 

Hiflh schools. Planning rooms for some activities of community high school. 
[1941.] cover title, i+21 p. 8 pi. 4° (Circular 197.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card E 41-128 FS 5.4 : 197 

Labor. Labor requirements for defense: doc. 1, Educational interpretations of 
labor facts; compiled by F. Theodore Struck. Jan. 17, 1941. cover title, 
iii_|_4_|_[l] p. 4» (Service bulletin on defense training in vocational schools, 
no. 6.) [Proce.^-'sed. Includes bibliography of Apprenticeship standards pub- 
lished by Labor Standards Division, Labor Department.] t 
L. C. card E 41-117 FS 5.24 : 6 

Same: doc. 2, Educational interpretations of labor facts; compiled by F. 

Theodore Struck. Feb. 6, 1941. cover title, v+8+[l] p. 4" (Service bulletin 
on defense training in vocational schools, no. 8.) [Processed] t FS5.24:8 

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Labor — Continued. 

Same: doc. 'A, Educational interpretations of labor facts; compiled by F. 

Tlieodore Struck. Mar. 12, 1941. cover title, iii+13 p. 4° (Service bulietiu 
on defense training in vocational schools, no. 9.) [Proces.sed.] t FS 5.24 : & 

iMtin America. Greetings to Latin-American educators ; by John W. Studebaker. 
[11)41.] 5 leaves, 4° L Processed. Delivered at opening sessiou of Sth Inter- 
national Conference of New Education Fellowship, University of Michigan, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., July U. 1941.] t 
L. C. card E 41-121 FS 5.8 : L 34 

Hemisphere solidarity, teacher's guide on inter-American relations with 

special reference to Latin America (for senior high schools) [with sources of 
information; prepared by C. C. Crawford]. 1941. vi+23 p. il. 4° (Education 
and national defense series, pamphlet 13.) * Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card E 41-129 FS 5.22 : 13 

Legal rights and obligations of WT)rkers, suggestions for classes, forums, and 
small-group di.^cussion [with list of sources of information] ; by John W. Stude- 
baker. Dec. 12, 1940. cover title, [3]-f5 leaves, 4° (Service bulletin on 
defense training in vocational schools, no. 2.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card E 41-113 FS 5.24 : 2 

National Youth Adtiiiuistration. Training and work projects for National Toaith 
Administration project workers ; by John W. Studebaker. Dec. 10, 1940. cover 
title, 12-f [1] p. 4" (Service bulletin on defense training in vocational schools, 
no. 1.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card E 41-112 FS 5.24 : 1 

Religions education. Release of piiblic-school pupils for weekday classes in re- 
ligious education ; by Mary Dabnev Davis. [1941.] 4 p. 4° [From School life, 
July 1941.] t " FS5.7/a:R279 

Bchools. Calling all schools; by John W. Studebaker. n. p. [1941]. 7 p. [Radio 
address delivered, Uniontown, Pa., June 7, 1941.] t 
L. C. card E 41-120 FS 5.8 : Sch 6 

Teachers. Recruiting teachers for rural and non-rural youth training programs ; 
by W. T. Spanton. Dec. 12, 1940. cover title, i+[l]-}-6+[l] leaves, 4° 
(Service bulletin o-n defense training in vocational schools, no. 3.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card E 41-114 FS 5.24 : 3 

Visual instruction. Sources of visual aids for instructional use in schools [list] ; 
prepared in Division of Special Problems. Revised 1941. [1941.] 111+91 p. 
(Pamphlet 80.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card E 41-122 FS 5.17 : SO 

"roefl^(o?;o7 f'rf»raf (OH in review, 1939-40; bv J. C. Wrighr. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [From 
School life, July 1941.] t FS 5.7/a : V 851/939-40 

NATIONAL YOUTH ADINIINISTRATION 

Addresses. Charting the American way, the share of religious youth ; by Aubrey 
Williams. [1041.] 7 leaves, 4° [I'rocessed. Text of address by Aubrey Wil- 
liams, administrator of National Youth Administration, delivered before The 
Young People's League of United Synagogue of America, Atlantic Citv. N. J.. 
Mar. 30, 1941.] t FS 6.15 : R 27 

Catalog of NYA articles available for interstate exchange. Revised July 1, 1941. 
[1941.] [43] p. 4° [Processed.] t FS 6.2 : Ar 7/2/941-2 

Negroes. NYA aid to Negroes, 1935-40. [1941.] 4 p. [From Monthlv labor 
review, June 1941, V. 52, no. G.] t FS 6.2 :N 31/4 

PUBLIC HEALTH S'ERVICE 

Cancer. Incidence of cancer in New Orleans, La., 1937 [with list of references] ; 
byArthur J. McDowell. [1941.] [21-f30p.il. (Reprint 2283.) [From Public 
health reports, v. 56, no. 22, May 30, 1941.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51055 FS2.7/a:2283 

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Carhon monoxide gns. K O by C O gas. [1041.] [8] p. il. small 4" ([Workers' 
health series 3.]) [Story of a killer, carbon mo-iioxide gas.] * Paiier, 5c. 
(quantity prices furnished upon application). FS2.33:3 

Cirrhosis of liver in rats on deticient diet and effect of alcohol [with list of 
references] ; by R. D. Lillie. F. S. Daft, and W. H. Sebrell, jr. [1941.] [2] +3 p. 
1 pi. (Reprint 22S6. ) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 24, June 13, 1941.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51054 FS 2.7/a : 2286 

Cold (disease). Conunon colds [with list of references] ; by Robert Olesen. [Re- 
print] 1941. ii+8 p. (Supplement 135 to Public health reports.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-5105G T 27.6/2 : 135/1-8 

Note. — This reprint is classed with the original publication so that they may be filed 
together. 

Diphtheria, its prevention and control. [Reprint 1941.] ii+2l p. il. (Supple- 
ment 156 to Public health reports.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51057 FS 2.8 : 156/1-2 

Gonococciis. Preservation of gonococcus in frozen urines and broth [with list of 
references : by] Morris S. Wortman, Axel Gronau, Rogers Deakin, Frances 
Love. 1941. [l]+3p. ( [Venereal Diseases Division] : Reprint 156.) [From 
Venereal disease information, v. 22, June 1941.] * Paper, 5c. FS 2.9/a : 156 

Gmioi~rhea. Case-finding with gonorrhea patients in clinic for venereal diseases; 
[by] Edgar C. Baldock. 1941. [l]+4 p. ([Venereal Diseases Divi.sion] ; Re- 
print 157.) [From Venereal disease information, v. 22, June 1941.] * Paper, 
5c. FS 2.9/a : 157 

Hospital veivs, v. 8, no. 13 and 14, July 1 and 15, 1941 ; issued by Division of Marine 
Hospitals and Relief and Division of Mental Hygiene. [1941.] [3] +30 p. 11. 

■ 2 pi. and [2] +32 p. il. 2 pi. 4° [Semimonthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 36-23626 FS 2.12 : 8/13, 14 

Measles: [prepared by Division of Sanitary Reports and Statistics]. [Revised 
edition.] [1941.] [2] +3 p. (Supplement 148 to Public health reports.) 
[Former editions prepared by R. D. Wright.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-50989 FS 2.8 : 148 

Milk. What every person should know about milk; [by Leslie C. Frank]. [Re- 
print 1941.] [2] +11 p. il. ([Supplement 150 to Public health reports.]). 
[Supersedes Reprint 1659, from Public health reports.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51049 T 27.6/2 : 150/1-3 

Note. — This reprint is classed -with the original publication so that they may be filed 
together. 

National defense. State and Territorial health officers confer on health defenses. 
[1941.] [2] +24 p. (Reprint 2284.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 
23, June 6, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51053 FS 2.7/a : 2284 

Hurses and nursing. Responsibility of nursing profession in industrial hygiene 
[with list of references] ; by J. J. Bloomfield. [1941.] 12 p. (Reprint 2282.) 
[From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 22, May 30, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51052 FS 2.7/a : 2282 

Puhlic health reports, v. 56, no. 31-34 ; Aug. 1-22, 1941. [1941.] [xv] +1535-1722 
p. il. 2 pi. [Weekly. Articles of special interest are issued as reprints or as 
supplements and are listed in the Monthly catalog when published.] * Paper, 
5c. single copy, $2.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.25. 

L. C. card fi-251(i7 FS 2.7 : 56/31-34 

Note. — Tlie Public healfi reports is published primarily for distribution, in accordance 
with the law, to health ofllcers, members of hoards or departments of health, and other 
persons directly or indirectly engaced in public health work. Others desiring the Reports 
m.ny obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C nt the prices 
slated above. Articles of special interest are issued as reprints or as supplements, in 
which forms they are made available for more economical and general distribution. 

Radio pratique at port of New York ; prepared by Robert Olesen. [1941.] [2] +8 
p. (Reprint 2287.) [From Public health reports, v. 56, no. 25. June 20, 1941.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
L C. card 41-51051 FS 2.7/a : 2287 

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Shellfish. [Revised list of shellfish shippers dated Sept. 3, 1940], supp. 21 and 
22; Aug. 1 and 15, liWl. [1941.] [lJ+2 p. and [l]+3 p. 4° [Semimonthly. 
Processed. Issued with perforations.] t FS 2.16 : 940/supp.21, 22 

SimaUpox. Questions and answers on smallpox and vaccination; by J. P. Leake. 
[Revised 1939, reprint 1941.] [2] +27 p. il. (Reprint 1137.) [Original arti- 
cle from Public health reports, v. 42, no. 4, Jan. 2S, 1927.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51050 T 27.6/a : 1137/5-2 

Note.— This reprint is classed witli the original publication so that they maj' be filed 
together. 

Uniforms. Amendment to Regulations governing uniforms of oflBcers and em- 
ployees of Public Health Service, 1937, no. 1. 1941. 1 p. t 

T 27.7 : 937/amdt.l 

NoTK. — This Amendment and the following supplement are classed with the original 
Regulations so that the set may be tiled together. 

Olive-drab service uniform, supp. 1 to Regulations governing uniforms of 

officers and employees of Public Health Service; July 1941. 1941. ii+4 p. t 

T 27.7 : 937/supp.3 

NATIOXAI. INSTITUTE OF HE:.\LTH 

Cancer. Possibilities of improved therapy for cancer patients [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by Carl Voegtliu. [1941.] [2] +585-598 p. il. (Reprint 46.) [From 
Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 5. Apr. 1041.] * Paiier, 5c. 

FS 2.31/a : 46 

Tumors. Further studies on susceptibility of hybrid mice to induced and spon- 
taneous tumors [with list of references] ; by H. B. Andervont. [1941.] 13 p. 
(Reprint 14.) [From Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 1, no. 2, Oct. 
1940.] * Paper, 5c. FS 2.31/a : 14 

SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD 

Employees and their wages under olil-age and survivors insurance, 1937-39 ; [by] 
John J. Corson. [1941.] p. 3-10, il. 4° [From Social security bulletin, v. 4, 
no. 4, Apr. 1941.] t FS 3.3/a : 01 1/8 

EMPLOYMENT SECITRITY BUREAU 

Benefit paifincnts. Duration of benefit payments in Oklahoma, benefit years 
ending Sspt. 30, 1939-Mar. 31, 1940. [July 8. 1941.] [3]+16 p. il. 4° (Series 
of 1941, no. 5; Research and Statistics Division.) [Processed.] t 

FS 3.118 : 941/5 

Lahor market developments, June 1941. [1941.] [5] +67 p. 4° (Research and 
Statistics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t FS 3.113 : 941/6 

JJnemployuient eompensntiov interpretation service: Benefit series, v. 4. no. 7; 
July 1941. 1941. vii+270 p. (Benefit series [U. C. I. S.].) [Monthly. 
Issued with perforations.] * Paper, 50c. single copy, $5.00 a yr. : foreign sub- 
scription, $6.50. FS 3.108 : 4/7 
NOTE. — The Benefit series is devoted to decisions and opinions interpreting provisions 
afft'ctin'-T benefit rights and coverage liability under Slate unemployment compensation 
laws rendered by the courts. State attorneys general, and by the appeal tribunals, 
referees, examiners, unemployment compensation commissions, a"nd boards of review of 
the various State agencies. Decisions, opinions, and Interpretations which establish 
new principles and policies in each State are published, indexed, and classified. 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Commission has not, as yet, resumed the advance sheets of its decisions 
in printed form, which it discontinued with the conclusion of volume 23. The Commis- 
sion will, however, on request, in case of a specific interest, supply mimeographed copy 
of the full text of any of the findings as to the facts, orders, or stipul.itions which are 
published later in printed form in the bound volumes and sold by the Superintendent ot 
Documents, Washington, D. C. 

Aeeountiiif/. Case studies in distribution cost accounting for manufacturing and 
wholesaling, letter from acting chairman. Federal Trade Commission, trans- 
mitting report of Commission on case studies in distribution cost accounting 
for manufacturing and wholesaling. 1941. ix+215 p. 1 pi. 3 tab. (H. doc. 
287. 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 41-51058 . 

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Beauty equipment. Trade practice rules for beauty aud barber equipment and 
supplies industry, as promulgated Aug. 9, 1941. [1941.] [2] +5 p. [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51059 FT 1.16 :B 38 

Decisions. Federal Trade Commission decisions, v. 31 : Findings, orders, and 
stipulations, June 1-Nov. 30, 1940 ; [edited by Richard S. Ely ] . 1941. xlii+1980 
p. *Clotb, $2.50. 
L. 0. card 20-26411 FT 1.11 : 31 

Industrial corporations. Industrial corporation reports : Bolt, nut, rivet, and 
screw-macbine products manufacturing corporations. May 27, 1941. cover 
title, [3] +19 p. [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51000 FT 1.17 : B 639 

Same: Plumbers' supplies manufacturing corporations. May 27, 1941. 

cover title, [3] +19 p. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 41-51061 FT 1.17 : P 731 

Wool. Rules and regulations under wool products labeling act of 1939, effective 
July 15, 1941. May 24, 1941. [3] +28 leaves, 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card 41-51062 FT 1.8 : W 88/941-2 

Work. Monthly summary of work, July 1941. [1941.] 13 p. [Processed.] t 

FT 1.15 : 941/7 

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

Laws. Schedule of latest editions of Federal, State, and Territorial statutory 
compilations with supplements and subsequent session laws to date, also con- 
tains information as to dates on which legislatures convene, frequency of 
sessions, and time limit of regular and special sessions; compiled by Minnie 
Wiener. July 1941. [1]+17 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51063 FW 1.5 : L 44/941 

HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Community activities in public housing, review and evaluation of community 
activities in occupied public housing projects; May 1941. [1941.] cover title, 
iii+20 p. 4° (Management experience notes no. 1.) *Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 41-51064 FW 3.10 : 1 

PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRATION 

Eighicays, current literature, v. 20, no. 29-33, July 16-Aug. 13, 1941; compiled by 
library staff of Public Roads Administration. [1941.] various paging, 4" 
[Weekly. Processed.] t FW 2.8 : 20/29-33 

Public roads, journal of highway research, v. 22, no. 6; Aug. 1941. [1941.] cover 
title, p. 123-146, il. 4° [Monthly. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] *Paper, 10c. single 
copv, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C. card Agr 18-322 FW 2.7 : 22/6 

Transportation maps 

Note. — These maps show In color the Federal-aid and State highways, with status of 
imprdvenient, principal connecting roads, railroads, airways and airports, canals and dredged 
channels — in short, all tlie media of organized transportation. They also show the boun- 
daries or locations of National and State forests and parks, Indian reservations, military 
reservations and recreational areas with the roads leading to them. Special maps to a 
larger scale, printed as inserts on the regular sheets, where pi'acticable, show in better 
detail, the transportation routes within the larger metropolitan areas. 

Ifew Jersey, transportation map, highways, railroads, canals, air lanes, and 
dredged channels ; corrected to May 1, 1940. Scale 1 : 250,000, approximately 
1 in. =4 m. [Washington, D. C] Geological Survey, 1940. 2 sheets, each 
23X33 in. [Modified polyconic projection.] *40c. per set of 2 sheets. 

FW 2.13 : N 42j/sh.l, 2 

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s WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION 

Federal work aiul construction projects, May 1941. [July 30, 1941.] 2+ [7] 
leaves, 4° f Monthly. Processed. Subject to revision.] t FW 4.33 : 941/5 

Federal work programs and public assistance, May 1941. [July 30, 1041.] 9 
leaves, 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t FW 4.32 : 941/5 

Mif/ratory workers. Mexican migratory workers of south Texas; by Selden C. 
Menefee. 1941. xvi+67 p. il. 4 p. of pi, large 8° (Research Division.) t 
L. C. card 41-51065 FW4.2:M58 

Statistical bulletin. WPA statistical bulletin. July 1941 [1941.] [1]+13 p. 
il. 4° (Statistics Division.) [Mnnthlv. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 39-29385 FW 4.13 : 941/7 

Work, relief, and security; by Edward A. Williams. 1941. 38 p. il. (Social 
problems series no. 7.) t 
L. C. card 41-50991 FW 4.19 : 7 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions of comptroller general, v. 20, June 1941; Lindsay C. Warren, comp- 
troller general, R. N. Elliott, assistant comptroller general. 1941. [1] +847-937 
p. [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription, 
$1.40. 
L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 20/12 

General ref/uMtio^is no. 54, supp. 10; Aug. 6, 1941. [1941.] [3] leaves, 4' 
[Processed.] t GA 1.6 : 54/supp.lO 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

Delivery precautions ; issued by Safety Conuuittee. [G. P. O. Apprentice School, 
1941.] [4] p. il. 16° (Safety pamphlet 2.) t GP1.18:2 

lAfting ; issued by Safety Committee. [G. P. O. Apprentice School, 1941.] 
[4] p. il. 24° (Safety pamphlet 1.) t 
L. O. card 41-51066 GP 1.18 : 1 

Materials. Abstract of contracts for material, etc., for public printing and 
binding for term of one year beginning July 1, 1941. 1941. 31 p. 4° $ 

GP 1.2 : M 41/2/942 

Safety rules for office workers; issued by Safetv Committee. [G. P. O. Ap- 
prentice School, 1941.] [4] p. il. 16° (Safety pamphlet 3.) t GP 1.18 : 3 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Census publications, statistics of population, agriculture, manufactures, retail 
and wholesale distribution, occupations, and religious bodies, list of publica- 
tions for sale by snperintend.^nt of documents; July 1941. 1941. [2] +38 p. 
(Price list 70. 21st edition.) t 
L. O. card 25-26529 GP3.9: 70/21 

Foreion relations of United States, list of publications for sale by superintendent 
of documents; Aug. 1941. 1941. [2] +70 p. (Price list 65, 23d edition.) t 
L. C. card 25-27511 GP 3.9: 65/23 

Monthly catalog. United States Government publications, monthly catalog, no. 
559: July 1941. 1941. ix+939-109S p. * Paper, 15c. slmrle copy, $1.50 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.10. 
L. C. card 4-18088 GP 3.8/1 : 941/7 

Suburbanites. Publications of inl crest to suburbanites and home-bnilders. list 
of publications for sale by superintendent of documents, Aug. 1941. 1941. 
[21+26 p. (Price list 72, 21st edition.) t 
L. C. card 26-26472 GP 3.9 : 72/21 

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Weekly list of selected United States Government publications, Aug. 6-27, 1941. 
[1941.] Each 4 p. or 8 p. (1941-32 to 1941-35.) t 

L. C. card 2S--6554 GP 3.17 : 941/32-35 

Note. — The Weekly list is an advertising list of United States Government publica- 
tions for sale by the Superintendent of Documents. The list is arranged alpbabetically 
bv subjects, with annotations and prices. It may be obtained free of cliarge upon 
application to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT 

Note. — The decisions of the Department of the Interior including leading decisions and 
Important opinions with regulations and instructions relating to all activities of the Depart- 
ment are usually issued in signatures and published later in bound volumes (v. 56 publisihed 
in bound volume only). Subscribers may deposit $1.00 with the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments and receive the contents of a volume of the decisions in separate parts as tliey are 
issued; foreign subscription. $1.25. Prices for bound volumes furnished upon application 
to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 

Conservation, the resources we guard [with Bibliography ou conservation]. 1940. 
[2] +29 p. il. large 8" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51067 1 1.2 : C 76/2 

BITUMINOUS COAL DIVISION 

Coal. Preliminary estimates of production of bituminous coal, July 1941. Aug. 
5,1941. Ip. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 146.11:941/7 

Weekly coal report, W. C. R. 1255-W. C. R. 1259. Aug. 2-30, 1941. 

various paging, il. 4" [Processed.] t 146.7:1255-1259 

Distributors. Registered distributors under bituminous coal act of 1937 [list], 
supp. 7 and 8; July 15 and Aug. 1, 1941. [1941.] [l]-+-3 p. and [2] p. 4" 
[ Processed. ] t 146.14: 941/supp. 7, 8 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 

Addresses. Predator control and wildlife management, presented by William 
E. Riter, assistant chief. Division of Predator and Rodent Control, Fi.sh and 
Wildlife Service, at 6th annual North American Wildlife Conference, Memphis, 
Tenn., Feb. 17-19, 194L [1941.] 11 p. 4° [Processed.] t 1 49.25 :P 91 

Alaska. Regulations relating to game, land fur animals, and birds in Alaska, 
1941-42 [effective July 1, 1941]. [July 1941]. cover title, 32 p. il. (Alaska 
Game Commission. Circular AGC-19.) [Regulations contained herein should 
not be relied upon as correct after July 1, 1942.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 26-862 I 49.12 : 19 

Black bass angling laws ; prepared in Division of Game Management. Apr. 1941. 
3 p. 4° (Fishery leaflet 1.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51124 I 49.28 : 1 

Code of Federal regulations. [Code of Federal regulations] title 33, Navigation 
and navigable waters, chap. 2, Corps of Engineers, War Department, pt. 204, 
Danger zone regulations, par. 204.89, Waters of Gulf of Mexico, Apalachee Bay, 
aerial gunnery range, 3rd air force. 1941. 1 p. [From Federal register, 
V. 6, Aug. 2, 1941.] t I 49.6 :D 21 

Same, title 50, Wildlife, chap. 1, Fish and Wildlife Service, pt. 27, South- 
eastern region national wildlife refuges, Carolina Sandhills National Wild- 
life Refuge, S. G. 1941. 1 p. [From Federal register, v. 6. July 2, 1941.] $ 

I 49.6 : C 22 

Fishery products. Canned fishery products and byproducts of United States 
and Alaska, 1940. [1941.] 9 leaves, 4° (Statistical bulletin 1433.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 149.8:1433 

Cold storage holdings of fishery products, July 15, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. 

oblong large 8° (Statistical bulletin 1435.) [Processed. Statistics furnished 
by Agricultural Marketing Service, Agriculture Department.] t 149.8: 1435 

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1108 GOV'ERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Fii^hcrii products — Continued. 

Landings by fishing vessels at certain New England ports, 1940. [1941.] 

6 p. oblong largo 8° (Statistical bulletin 1431.) [Processed.] t 149.8: 1431 

Landings by fishing vessels at certain New England ports, June 1941. 

[1941.] 4 loaves, 4" (Statistical bulletin 1434.) [Processed.] t 

I 49.8 : 1434 

Game birds. Status of migratory game birds, 1940-41 : prepared in Section of 
Distribution and Migration of Birds. Division of Wildlife Research. July 
194L 28 p. il. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 196.) [Proce-ssed.] t 149.13:196 

Haddock. Crisis in haddock fishery; by William C. Herrington. 1941. ii+14 
p. il. (Circular 4.) * Paper, 5c. 149.4:4 

Service survei/. Service survey, issued monthly for employees of Fish and Wild- 
life Service, v. 1, nos. 2-4 : Feb.-Apr. 1941. [IJMl.] p. 49-80, 11. [Three num- 
bers issued as one publication. Processed.] J 149.22:1/2— J 

■ Same, V. 1, no. 5 ; May 1941. [1941.] p. 81-122, il. 4° [Processed.] t 

I 49.22 : 1/5 

• Same, V. 1, no. 6 ; June 1941. [1941.] p. 123-146, il. 4° [Processed.] t 

I 49.22 : 1/6 

Striped bass. Studies on striped bass (Roccus saxatilis) of Atlantic Coast [with 
list of literature cited] ; by Daniel Merriman. 1941. ii-f 77 p. il. 2 p. of pi. 
large S° (Fisherv bulletin 35.) [From Fisherv bulletin, v. 50.] * Paper. 20c. 

I 49.27 : 35 

Wildlife. Federal aid in wildlife restoration, general information ; by Albert M. 
Day. May 1941. 12 p. (Regulatory announcement 2.) [Supersedes Wildlife 
circular 3, is.sued by Biological Survey Bureau, Apr. 1940.] * Paper, 5c. 

I 49.24 : 2 

Wildlife review, abstracting service for wildlife management, issued for informa- 
tion of cooperators, no. .31 ; June 1941. [1941.] 60 p. il. 4° [Proce.ssed.] t 

I 49.17 : 31 
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Note. — The publications of the United States Geological Survey consist of Monographs, 
Professional papers. Bulletins. Water-supply papers, folios of the Geologic atlas of the 
United States, topocraphic maps (some of which b'\ar de.scriptive texts), bise ard contour 
and other maps of the Unit-d States and of the States. Practically all of them are sale 
publications. The maps and folios are sold bv the Geological Survey at Washington. D. C. 
Orders for other publications that are for sale should be sent to the Superintendent of 
Documents, Washington, D. C. 

Ne}v York. Topographic maps [geologic, and other reports relating to] New York. 
Jan. 1941. 1 sheet (with map on verso), oblong f° folded into 4° size and so 
printed as to number 6 p. t 1 19.11 : N 42 y/941 

Oklahoma. Topographic maps [geologic, and other reports relating to] Okla- 
homa. Feb. 1941. 1 sheet (with map on verso), oblong large 8° folded into 4" 
.size and so printed as to number 1, 8 p. and p. 3-6 inserts, t 1 19.11 : Ok 4/941 

Ore.9. Correction sheet. Geological Survey bulletin 914, Microscopic determina- 
tion of ore minerals; by M. N. Short, 2d edition. 1940. [1941.] 3 p. ( [Bulle- 
tin 914. correction sheet.] ) t . 1 19.3 : 914/corr.sh. 

Maps 

Note. — The maps listed below are sold by the Geological Survey. Remittances for these 
maps should be made bv monev order pavable to the Director of the Geological Survey, 
Washington. D. C. Except as otherwise indicated, a discount ot 40 percent is allowed 
on an or<ler for maps, or for maps and geologic folios, that amounts to $5.00 at the retail 
price. In ordering give the name of each map and the State in which the area lies. 

Tolt River. Plan and profile of North Fork Tolt River. South Fork Tolt River, 
Wash., Tokul Creek and dam sites, topography by Hiram DePuy, jr., E. L. 
Werner, and Arthur Johnson, surveyed in 19.37 and 1938; [maps]. [Washing- 
ton, D. C, Geological Survey] 1941. 3 sheets (1-3) each 18 X 25 in. [Subject 
to adjustment.] t 3nc i)er set <if 3 maps. 1 19.25 : T 58/sh.l-3 

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x^UGUST 1941 1169 

Topogrct/phic quadrangle maps 

Note. — The Geolofirical Survey makes the contourert — 1. e.. the three-dimonsional topo- 
graphic maps of the country that are designed eventually to cover the whole United States, 
also Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. 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 com- 
monly used are 1 : 31.GS0, 1 : 62. ,500, and 1 : 125,000, corresponding approximately to i^ 
mile. 1 mile, and 2 miles to 1 inch. The area covered varies with the latitude, but the 
average area of a quadrangle is 5*^, 2.'^0, or 920 square miles, respectively, for these three 
scales. Topographic maps are printed on uniform-sized paper, about 20 by 16 '/o inches 
and the maps of the quadrangle areas represented thereon are about 17 Vo inches long 
and 12 to 15 inches wide, accoi-ding to latitude. For some areiis of particular importance 
special large-scale maps are published. A general description of topographic maps and a 
list of the symbols used are jirinted on the reverse of each sheet. 

About half of the continental area of the country, excluding Alaska, has been mapped, 
every State being represented, ("onnccticut. Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, 
^laiylnnd, Massachusetts, New Ilauipshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, 
and West Virginia are completelv mnpped. 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 fol'os alone or for maps and folios together. In 
ordering, give the name of the map and the State in which the area lies. 

Massachusetts. Massachusetts, Weymouth quadrangle, hit. 42°07'30"-42''15', 
long. 70°52'30"-71°. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, 
D. C, Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17 X 13 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 21 W 547/941 

Massachusetts-Rhode Island, East Providence quadrangle, lat. 41°45'- 

41°52'30", long. 71°15'-71°22'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. 
[Washington, D. C, Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17 X 13 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 21 Ea 77 p/941 

Miissachusetts-Vermont. Bernardston quadrangle, lat. 42°37'.30"-42°45', 

long. 72°30'-72°37'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, 
D. C., Geological Survev] edition of 1941. 17 X 13 in. [Map covers only a por- 
tion of the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 B 456/941 

Missouri, Clayton quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 90°15'-90°22'30". 
Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, D. C, Geological Survey] 
edition of 1941. 22 X 18 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 25 C 579/941 

New ffamps7i/rf -Massachusetts, Exeter quadrangle, lat. 42°45'-43°, long. 70°45'- 
71°. Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington. D. C, Geological 
Survey] edition of 1934, reprinted 1941. 17X13 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 29 Ex 38/934/rep.941 

Pcnusf/lrania, Sheffield quadrangle, lat. 41°30'-41°45', long. 79°-79''15'. Scale 
1 : 62.500, contour interval 20 ft. [Washington, D. C., Geological Survev] 
edition of 1941. 17X13 in. t 10c. 119.12 : 3S Sh 39/941 

Virginia. Virginia, Glen Allen quadrangle, lat. 37°37'30"-37°45', long. 77°30'- 
77°37'30". Scale 1:31.680, contour interval 10 ft. [Washinslon, D. C, 
Geological Survey] edition of 1941. 17X14 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 47 G 484/941 

Virginia, Mathews quadrangle, lat. 37°15'-37°30', long. 76°15'-76°30'. 

Svale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. [Washington, D. C., Geological Survey] 
edition of 1917, reprinted 1941. 17X14 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 47 M 426/917/rep.941 

GRAZING SERVICE 

Stock ranges. Resources of the range, extension of remarks of Edward T. Taylor 
of Colorado in House of Representatives, June 28. 1941. [1941.] [2] +13 p. 
large 8" [Processed. Illustration on front cover. From Congressional record, 
June 28, 1941.] t I 38.2 : R 16/2 

INDIAN AFFAIRS OFFICE 

Oambell Native Village. Corporate charter of Native Village of GambeU 
[Alaska] ; ratified Dec. 31, 1939. 1941. [l]+2 p. t 
L. C. card 41-51068 120.9/2:014 

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1170 Government Publications 

Indians at icork, Aug. IJMl ; [v. 8, no. 12]. [1941.] cover title, [2] +32+ [2] 
p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Text and illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover. 
A news shtet for Indians and the Indian service.] t 
L. C. card 35-17595 I 20.22 : 8/12 

INFORMATION DIVISION 

Conservation. Current conservation, clip sheet of current news about conserva- 
tion activities of Federal Government furnished for convenience of editors 
and correspondents, v. 4, no. 5; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. il. large 4° 
[Monthly.] t 143.7:4/5 

MINES BUREAU 

Carbonaceous cation and anion exchangers in water treatment ; by S. J. Broderick. 
June 1941. [1]+14 p. 4° (Report of investigations. R. I. 3571.) [Processed. 
The work on which this report is based was done under cooperative agreement 
between Mines Bureau and University of Alabama.] t 128 23:3571 

Cement. Monthly cement statement, C. P. 241, supp. A. Aug. 2. 1!:41. 2 leaves, 
il. f° (Statistical and economic surveys. Nonmetal Economics Division.) 
[Processed.] t I 28.29 : 241/supp.A 

Coal. Constancy of B. T. U. value of pure coal : by J. F. Barkley and L. R. 
Burdick. June 1941. [1] +10 p. 2 pi. 4° (Report of investigations. R. I. 3572.) 
[ Processed. ] t I 28.23 : 3572 

International coal trade, monthly inventory of information from U. S. 

Government foreign service offices and other sources that may not otherwise 
be made available promptly, v. 10, no. 7 : July 31. 1941. [1941.] [1]4-14 p. 4" 
(Economics and Statistics Branch.) [Processed.] t 128 42:10/7 

Notes on sampling and analysis of coal : by A. C. Fieldner and W. A. 

Selvig. [Reprint with changes] 1941. iv+48 p. il. (Technical paper 5S6.) 
♦Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 41-51069 I 28.7 : 586/1-2 

Preliminary estimates of production of Pennsylvania anthracite and of 

beehive coke, July 1941. [1941.] 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical and economic sur- 
veys. Coal Economics Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 128.50:941/7 

Progress report : Experiments on strength of small pillars of coal in 

Pittsburgh bed; by H. P. Greenwald, 11. C. Howarth. and Irving Hartmann. 
June 1941. [l]+6 p. 3 pi. 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3.575.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 128.23:3575 

Weekly anthracite-beehive coke report, "W. A.-C. R. 212 to W. A.-C. R. 216. 

Aug. 2-30, 1941. Each 2+[l] leaves or 1 p. il. 4" (Statistical and economic 
surveys. Coal Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 128.49:212-216 

Col<e and byproducts; by F. M. Shore. M. M. Otero, and M. F. Cooke. 1941. 
[2] +8.55-912 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Pa- 
per, 10c. I 28.37/a : C G69/940-2 

Copper; by T. H. Miller, H. M. Meyer, and Allan F. Matthews. 1941. [2] +85- 
115 p. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper. 10c. 

I 2.S.37/a : C 793/940-2 

Explosives. Theoretical calculations for explosives : 1, Explosion temperatures 
and gaseous products and effects of changes in carbonaceous material [with 
bibliography]; by F. W. Brown. 1941. ii+21 p. il. (Technical paper 632.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 41-51070 I 28.7 : 632 

Gasoline. Cooperative fuel research motor-gasoline survey, winter 1940-41 : by 
E. C. Lane. June 1941. [l]+29 p. 2 pi. 4° (Report of investigations. R. I. 
3576.) [Processed. The work upon which this report was based was per- 
formed under cooperative agreement between Mines Bureau and Cooperative 
Fuel Research Committee.] t 128.23:3576 

Natural gasoline, June 1941. [1941.] 2 leaves, 4" (Report 944a-78.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] t 128.47:78 

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Oold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Arizona (mine reix)rt) ; by G. E. Woodward 
and Paul LnfE. 1941. [2] +189^216 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, 
review of 1940.] * Pai>er, 10c. 1 28.37/a : G 563/2/940-2 

Oypsum. Quarterly gypsum report, Q. G. R. 46 [2d quarter, 1941]. Aug. 8, 
1941. 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical and economic surveys. Nonmetal Economics 
Division.) [Processed.] t 128.32:46 

Hematite. Progress reports, Metallurgical Division : 47, Mineral physics studies, 
ferromagnetic properties of hematite; by Earl T. Hayes. June 1941. [l]-|-29 
p. 5 pi. 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3570.) [Processed.] t 

I 28.23 : 3570 

Iron ore, pig iron, ferro-alloys, and steel; by Robert H. Ridgway, H. W. Davis, 
and N. B. Melcher. 1941. [2] +523-566 p. il. [Preprint from Minerals year- 
book, review of 1940.] *Paper, lUc. I 2S.37/a : Ir 6/940-2 

Lead; by E. W. Pehrson and A. L. Ransome. 1941. [2] +117-137 p. 11. [Pre- 
print from Minerals yearbook, review of 1940.] * Paper, 10c. 

1 28.37/a : L 469A/940-2 

Lead mines. Employment and accidents at lead and zinc mines in Mississippi 
Valley States, 1940; [by M. E. Kolhos and J. E. Isaacson]. [1941.] 7 p. 4° 
(H. S. S. no. 294, Statistical and economic surveys; Mineral Production and 
Economics Division.) [Processed.] t • 128.26:294 

Lime-fuel ratios of commercial lime plants iu 1939 [with bibliography] ; by For- 
rest T. Mover. June 1941. [l]+9 p. 4" (Information circular, I. C 7174.) 
[Processed!] t I 28.27 : 7174 

Manganese. Monthly manganese report 21. Aug. 9, 1941. 2 leaves, 4° (Sta- 
tistical and economic surveys. Metal Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 

1 28.54 : 21 

Mercury. Monthly mercury report 23. Aug. 7, 1941. 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical 
and economic survevs. Metal Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 

128.55:23 

MetaUurr/ical plants. Employment and accidents at metallurgical plants in 
United States in 1939; [by M. E. Kolhos and M. B. Jones]. [1941.] 10 p. 4° 
( H. S. S. no. 288, Statistical and economic surveys ; Mineral Production and 
Economics Division.) [Processed.] t 128.26:288 

Mineral market reports, M. M. S. g34-M. M. S. 935. [1941.] 4" (Statistical 
and economic surveys. ) [Processed.] t 128.28: 

Note. — These reports give statistical data as to production, consumption, and markets 
during previous year for some particular mineral commodity, and are issued as soon 
after close of year as data are available. 
9o4. Byproduct sulfuric acid at copper and zinc plants in 1940, advance summary ; by 

T. H. Miller and H. M. Meyer. 1 p. (Metal Economics Division.) 
935. Stocks and consumption of tin; in tin-plate and terneplate industry in 1940 : [by 
U. B. Umhau and D. E. Adams J. 3 p. (Metal Economics Division.) 

Mineral trade notes, monthly inventory of information from U. S. Government 
foreign service offices and other sources that may not otherwise be made avail- 
able promptly, v. 13, no. 1; July 19, 1941. [1941.] [l]+35 p. 4° (Economics 
and Statistics Branch.) [Processed.] f 
L. C. card 36-22755 I 28.39 : 13/1 

Motor fuel. Forecast of demand for motor fuel and crude oil, Sept. 1941, monthly 
forecast 75. [1941.] 4 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 128.41:75 

National Lime Association safety competition, 1940; [by T. D. Lawrence and 
J. E. Isaacson]. [1941.] 8 p. 4° (H. S'. S. no. 287, Statistical and economic 
surveys; Mineral Production and Economics Division.) [Processed.] f 

I 28.26 : 287 

Ores. Progress reports. Metallurgical Division : 46, Ore-testing studies (primarily 
precious metals) ; by Edmund S. Leaver, Jesse A. W;Oolf, and A. F. Towne. 
June 1941. [1] +85 p. 4" (Report of investigations, R. I. 3569. ) [Processed.] t 

I 28.23 : 3569 

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1172 Government Publications 

Petroleum. Crude petroleum report by refineries, June 1941. [1941.] 3 loaves, 4° 
(Report A-04.3-93.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 128.45:93 

Developments in American i>etroUnim industry, 1914-10. exploration, drill- 

inp. production, and transportation (review and digest) [with bibliography]; 
bv H. C. Fowler. June 1941. [l]+8op. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7171.) 
[Processed.] t 128.27:7171 

Developments in petroleiuu refining technology in United States, 1914-19; 

bv A. J. Kraemer. June 1941. [l]+23 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7172.) 
[Processed.] t 128.27:7172 

International petroleum trade, monthly inventory of information from 

U. 5^. Gi'vornment foreign service offices and other sources that may not other- 
wise be made available promptly, v. 10. no. : June 30, 1941. [1!'41.] [4] +124- 
156 p. 4" (Economics and Statistics Branch.) [Processed. Page nos. 124-156 
were also assigned to v. 10, no. 5, but with different text.] t I 28.43 : 10/6 

Same. V. 10, no. 7 : July 31, 1941. [1941.] [4] +190-214 p. 4" (Economics 

and Statistics Branch.) [Processed.] t 128.43:10/7 

Monthly petroleum statement 212, cruile petroleum and petroleum products. 

June 1941. [1941.] 12 p. 4" (Statistical and economic surveys. Petroleum 
Economics Division. ) [Processed.] t 128.18/2:212 

Use of brine in Kansas field for secondary recovery of oil ; by C. J. Wilhelm, 

Sam S. Taylor, W. C. Holliman, and E. O. Owens. June 1941. [1] +31 p. 9 pi. 4" 
(Report of investigations, R. I. 3573.) [Processed.] t I 28.23 : 3073 

Weeklv crude oil stock report 406-410. Aug. 2-30, 1941. Each 1 p. 4" 

[Processed!] t 128.46:406-410 

Publications. New publications, Bureau of Mines, monthly list 315: Julv 1941. 
[1941.] 5 p. t 128.0/2:315 

Water problem in Penns.vlvania anthracite mining region ; by S. H. Ash. June 
1941. [1]+11 p. 2 pi. 4 maps, 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7175.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 128.27:7175 

7ji»e. Mine production of zinc, monthly report 4. July 31, 1941. 2 leaves. 4° 
(Statistical and economic surveys. Mineral Production and Economics Divi- 
sion.) [Processed.] t 123.57:4 

Monthly slab zinc report 9. Aug. 7, IWl. 2 leaves, 4° (Statistical and 

economic surveys. Metal Economics Division. ) [Processed.] t 128.50:9 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

Badlarrds National Moninueiit, S. Dak. [J\nie 1941.] [G] p. il. [Processed.] t 

I 29.21 : B 14/941 

Boulder Dam national recreation.il area. Ariz.-Nev. [W. H. Kistler Stationery Co.. 
Denver. Colo., Mar. 20, 1041.] 16p.il. t I 29..39 : B 66/2/941 

Grand Canyon Xational Park. Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz, [the Canyon, 
CJeoiogv of the Cauvon. etc.] [W. H. Kistler Stationerv Company. Denver. Colo., 
Apr. 25, 1941.] 16p.il- t • I 29.G : G 76/P41 

Grand Canyon National Park. Ariz, [the Divine abyss. Untold ages in the 

making, etc.]. [W. H. Kistler Stationery Co., Denver, Colo.. Apr. 25, 1941.] 
[S] p. il. oblong S" folded into 8" size, j I 29.6 : G 76/7/941 

Great Sinokp Mountains National Park, Tenn.-N. C. [McCormick-Armstrong Co., 
Wichita. Kans., May 1941.] 1 sheet (with map and text on verso), il. oblong f, 
folded into narrow 8° size and so printed as to number [12] pages, t 

I 29.6 : G 79/6/Wl 

Isle Rouale National Park. Mich. [W. H. Kistler Stationery Co., Denver. Colo., 
May 15, 1941.] 16p.,il. t I 29.6 : Is 4/2/fr41 

Shenandoah National Park. Va. [CuUom & Ghertner Co.. Nashville. Tenn., June 
20. 1941.1 [8] p. il. oblong 8°. folded into 8° size, t I 29.6: Sh 4/3 /Ml 

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August 1941 1173 

yearbook. 1941 yeai'book, park and recreation progress [with current bibli- 
ography]. 1941. viii4-9'2 p. 11. 4° * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card 3S-26551 129.44:941 

Zion National Park, Utah. [W. H. Kistler Stationery Co., Denver, Colo., Jan. 
20,1841.] 16p.il. t I 29.6 : Z 6/4/941 

UNITED STATES TEAVEX BURE1\U 

'OffU^al bulletin, v. 3, no. 1; July-Aug. 1941. [1941.] 16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed. Two months issued as one publication.] t 129.37/5:3/1 

RECLAMATION BUREAU 

.Boulder Canyon project, general regulations for generation and sale of power 
in accordance with Boulder Canyon project adjustment act. Mav 1941. 
[1] +30 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t I27.i9:B66 

Central Valley project. Clearing part of Shasta reservoir site, Kennett division, 
Central Valley project, Calif. [Bradford-Robinson Ptg. Co., Denver, July 29, 
1941.] cover title, 14 p. map, 4" (Specifications 977.) [Schedules, specifica- 
tions, and drawing; bids will be received until Aug. 27, 1941.] t Paper, 50c. 

1 27.8 : 977 

Generator for unit 5, Shasta power plant, Kennett division, Central Valley 

project, Calif. [United Publi.'jhing Co., Denver, Aug. 11, 1941.] cover title, 
37 p. 4 pi. 4° (Specifications 984.) [Schedule, specifications, and drawings; 
bids will be received until Sept. 8, 1941.] t Paper, $2.50. 127.8:984 

Locomotive fuel-supply station, siding no. 1, Southern Pacific Railroad 

relocation, Kennett division. Central Valley project. Calif. [Eastwood Ptg. 
Co., Denver, Aug. 5, 1941.] cover title, (Jo p. 24 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 982.) 
[Schedule, specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until Sept. 4, 
1941.] t Paper, $2.50. I 27.8 : 982 

Power transformers, 15,000-volt bus structures, and transformer-neutral bus 

structures for Shasta power plant, Kennett division. Central Valley project, 
Calif. [Hartmann-Bruderlin Ptg. Co., Denver, Aug. 11, 1941.] cover title 
49 p. 7 pi. 4° (Specifications 981.) [Invitation for bids, schedules, specifica- 
tions, and drawings; bids will be received until Sept. 9, 1941.] f Paper, $2.50. 

I 27.8 : 981 

Station facilities and water-supply and sewerage systems, Southern Pacific 

Railroad relocation, Kennett division, Central Valley project, Calif. [A. B. 
Hirschfeld Press, Denver, Aug. 5, 1941.] cover title, 58 p. 20 pi. map, 4° 
(Specifications 978.) [Schedule, specifications, and drawings; bids will be 
received until Aug. 29, 1941.] f Paper, $2.00. 127.8:978 

Colorado-Biff Thompson project. Granby Dam and dikes, Colorado-Big Thompson 
project, Colo. [United Publishing Co., Denver, July 29, 1941.] cover title, 
75 p. 22 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 979.) [Schedule, specifications, and draw- 
ings ; bids will be received until Aug. 28, 1941. ] t Paper, $3.00. 1 27.8 : 979 

Columbia Basin project. Power tran.sformers for units L-4, Ij-5, and L-6. Grand 
Coulee pow^^r plant, Columbia Basin project. Wash. [United PublLshing Co., 
Denver, Aug. 11, 1941.] cover title, 27 p. 1 pi. 4° ( Si)ecifications 983.) [In- 
vitation for bids, schedule, specifications, and drawing; bids will be received 
until Sept. 10, 1941.] f Paper, $1.50. I 27.8 : 983 

Orchard irrigation; bv H. J. Lawson. [1941.] p. 189-190, il. 4° [From Reclama- 
tion era, July 1941.] f I 27.5/a : Or 1 

Parker Dam. Power transformers, switching equipment, lightning arresters, 
voltage regulator, and metering equipment for Gila, drop no. 4, Tucson and 
Coolldge substations. Parker Dam power project, Ariz.-Calif. [Bradford- 
Robinson Ptg. Co.. Denver, Aug. 4. 1941.] cover title, 70 p. 4° (Specifications 
980.) [Invitation for bids, .schedules, and specifications; bids will be received 
until Sept. 2, 1941.] t Paper, $1.50. I 27.8 : 980 

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1174 Government Publications 

Reclamation era, Aug. 1941: [v. 31, no. 8]. [1941.] cover title, p. 209-232, 
il. 4° [Monthlv. Toxt iuid illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] 
L. C. card 9-35252 127.5:31/8 

Note. — The Recl:ini:ition era is a magazine for engineers, construction men, economists, 
and larnieis on Federal reclamation prnjetls. Its aim is to assist the settlers in the 
proper use of water, to h( Ip them in overcoming their agricultural difficulties, to instruct 
them in diversif.ving and marketing tlieir crops, to inspire the employees of the Bureau 
and clnonicle engineering problems and achievements, and to promote a wholehearted 
spirit of cooperation, so that reclamation shall attain the greatest heights of success. 
'•Notes for eonti actors" enable them to lieep posted on the Bureau's needs. 

The sul)sctiption i)rice of the Recl.-imation era is $1.00 a year to otlier than Water 
users; foreign subscription. $1.36 payable in advance. Subscriptions should be sent to the 
Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation, Washington, D. C, aciompanied by remittance in 
the furm of postal money order or New York draft, wliich sliould be made payable to the 
Treasurer of the United States and forwarded to the Bureau of Reclamation. 

TERRITORIES AND ISLAND POSSESSIONS DIVISION 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

Laws. Complete set of laws passed by municipal councils and Legislative 
Assembly of Virgin Islands, letter from acting Secretary of Interior trans- 
mitting complete set of laws passed by municipal councils and Legislative 
Assembly of VirHn Islands during fiscal year 1940. 1940. iii+llO p. (H. 
doc. 903, 70tb Cong. 3d sess.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 41-51071 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Note. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission reports. Interstate Conmierce Commission reports — Motor carrier cases, and Inter- 
state Commerce Commission reports — Valuation reports, are sold by the Superintendent of 
Ddcuments, 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 the 
series and whether Finance or other than Finance decisions are desired. Entries for the 
separate decisions are grouped below under center heads following other Interstate Com- 
merce Commission publications. 

Decisions. Decisions of Interstate Commerce Commission (finance reports), 
Aug. 1940-Jan. 1941. 1941. xvi-|-857 p. (Interstate Commerce Commission 
reports, v, 242. ) * Cloth, $1.75. 10 1.6/1 : 242 

Note. — The Interstate Commerce Commission assigns a volume in the series of reports 
at various times which contains only finance dockets. This is true regarding v. 242 
here cataloged. 

See also, below, center heads beginning Decisiou.'i. 

Finance decisions. See, above. Decisions v. 242 — below, center head Decisions 
(Finance). 

Freight. Freight commodity statistics, class 1 steam railways in United States, 
yetir ended Dec. 31, 1940. [1941.] cover title, p. 3-151, oblong large 8° 
"(Statement 411(10, 17th in series; Statistics Bureau.) [An Errata, 1 p. 4°, 
was i.ssued also.] * Paper, 75c. 
L. C. card A 25-724 IC 1 ste.29 : 940 

Freight commodity statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States. 

1st quarter, 1941. [I!)41.] 14 p. oblong large 8° (Statement Q-500, QCS ; 
Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 25-724 IC 1 ste.26 : 941/1 

Fuel and power for locomotives and rail motor cars of class 1 steam railways 
in United States (class 1 switching and terminal companies included), May 
1941. [1941.1 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-230, OS-E ; Statistics 
Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 30-784 IC 1 ste.30 : &41/5 

Motoi' carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier). 

Motor carrier finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor 
carrier, finance). 

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August 1941 1175 

Motor carriers. Revenues and passengers of class 1 motor caiTiers of passengers 
(excluding charter or special), May 1941. [1941.] 2 p. f° (Statement M-700, 
BT; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Suhject to revision.] t 

IC 1 mot.ll : 941/5 

Revenues. expen.ses, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of passengers ; 

1st quarter, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. oblong larg^e 8° (Statement Q-750, BRE; 
Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 39-871 IC 1 mot.l2 : 941/1 

Revenues, expenses, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of property ; 

1st quarter, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement Q-800, TRB ; 
Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 39-1053 IC 1 mot.13 : 941/] 

Opinions. See, above, Decisions — below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

Pipe lines. Transportation revenue and traffic of large oil pipe line companies, 
carriers having annual operating revemies of more than $500,000: 1st quarter 
1941. [1941.] 1 p. f" (Statement Q-GOO, QPS ; Statistics Bureau.) [Proc- 
essed. Subject to revision.] t IC 1 pip.7 : 941/1 

Same; 2d quarter 1941. [1941.] 1 p. f° (Statement Q-600, QPS: Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t IC 1 pip.7 : 941/2 

Railroad accidents. Delaware and Hudson Railroad, report in re accident near 
Cobleskill, N. Y., July 15, 1941. [1941.] [1]+10 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : C 639 

Investigation 2498: Reading Company, report in re accident, Manayunk, 

Pa., Apr. 26, 1941. [1941.] 11 p. il. 4" [Proce.ssed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : M 311 

Investigation 2499: Pennsylvania Railroad Company, report in re accident, 

Grand Trunk, Ind., May 5, 1941. [1941.] 15 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : G 762t 

Investigation 2500: Gulf Coast Lines of Missouri Pacific Lines, report in re 

accident near Hardin, Tex., May 8, 1941. [1941.] 14 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : H 219 

Investigation 2501 : Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, report in re 

accident near Agawam, Ky., May 8, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IClacei.5: Agl8 

Investigation 2502 : Southern Pacific Company, report in re accident, 

Truckee, Calif., May 10, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : T 764 

Investigation 2503 : Missouri Pacific Railroad Company and Kansas City 

Southern Railway Company, report in re accident near Fuller, Kans., May 10, 
1941. [1941.] 13 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : F 959 

Investigation 2504 : Clinchfield Railroad Company, report in re accident 

near Poplar, N. C, May 22, 1941. [1941.] 15 p. il 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : P 812/2 

Investigation 2506: Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company, 

report in re accident near Jennings, Kans., June 2, 1941. [1941.] 13 p. il. 4° 
[Proces.sed.] f * IC 1 acci.5 : J 449 

Southern Railway, report in re accident near Charlotte, N. C, July 1, 1941. 

[1941.] [1]+13 p. 4° [Processed.] f ICl acci.5 : C 381 

Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Apr. 1941. [1941.] 

2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M^OO; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Sub- 
ject to revision.] f 

L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste.31 : 941/4 

Rnilrond construction indices ; compiled by Engineering Section of Bureau of 
Valuation. Washington, D. C Aug. 1, 1941. [22] leaves il. 4° [Processed. 
These indices summarize and record the result of studies made over a period 
of years. They have not been examined or passed on by the Interstate Com- 
merce Commission.] t IC 1 val.2 : R 13/941 

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1176 Government Puumcations 

Itailroad employees. Wage statistics of class 1 steam railways In United States 
(swltcliinjr ami terminal Ciimpanies not inclnded), May 1!)41. ISMI. 4 p. 11. 
oltlonu; liiiKe S" (StatonionI M-3C0 ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject 
to rt'visii)n.] f 
I.. C. card A 2!V-382 IC 1 ste.25 : 941/5 

Rnilronds. Motive power and car ('(luipnient of class 1 sl(>am railways in Ihiited 
States (class 1 switdiini; and terminal conipanies included). Jlay 1'.141. 11041.) 
2 p. oblonj;- lar^o S" (Slalemcnt M 210, OS F: Sl:itisii.s lUireau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 30-570 IC 1 ste..?6 : 941/5 

Operating revenues and oiieratinjj expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

Unlt»'d States (switching and terminal companies not inchided), June 1941. 
[1041.1 2 p. oblong large 8° ( Statement M-lOO ; Statistics Bureau. ) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A ;?r.-130O K' 1 stc.lO : 911/0 

Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam 

railways, June 1941. [1041.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-150; Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 2!>-378 IC 1 s(e.20 : 941/6 

Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items for May 1941. 

compared with May 1040; May 1041. [1041.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement 
M-200: Statistics Bureau.) [Monthlv. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. ca rd A 20-380 IC 1 st e.22 : 041 /5 

Same, June 1941. compared with June 1040; June 1041. [1041.] 2 p. oblong 

large 8" (Statement M-2(K); Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to 
revision.] t IC 1st e.22 : 041/6 

Pas.senger traflic statistics (other than connnutation) of class 1 steam rail- 
ways in United States (switching and terminal companies not included). May 
1041. [1041.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-250; Statistics Bun>an.) 
[Monthly. Processed. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 38-1273 IC lste.40: 941/5 

I'assenger train performance of class 1 st(\un railways in United States 

(switching and terminal companies not included). May 1941. [1941] 4 p. 
oblong large 8" (Statement M-213, OS-B ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 30-.^.77 IC lste.37: 941/5 

S;i me. .Tune 1041. [1041.] 4 p. oblong large 8" (Statemetit :\r-213. OS-B : 

Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t IC 1st e.37 : 941/6 

Railway freight and passenger traffic handled on highways, class 1 steam 

railways. 1st quarter 1041, (Jan.-lMar.). [1941.] 6 p. oblong 8" (Statement 
Q-225; Statistics Bureau.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A. 30-048 IC lste.41 : 941/1 

Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in TTniled States 

(switching and terminal companies not included). May 1941. [1041.] 4 p. 
oblong large 8" (Statement M-220, OS-D ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subiect to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24 : 941/5 

Selected income and bal.ance-sheet items of class 1 steam railw.-iys in 

United States (switching .and terminal companies not includtul) [and Net in- 
come of l.'irsre steam railways (switcliing and termin.al compaines not in- 
cluded)]. May 1041. (1041.1 [21 p. il. oblonsr large 8" (Statement M 125; 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision. Imprint date incorrectly 
given on publication as 1042.] t 

L. C. card A 32-178.-, IC 1 ste.34 : 041/5 

Yard service perfiu-mance of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(class 1 switching and terminal companies included). May 1041. 1941. 1 p. 
oblong large R" (Statement M-215, OS-C ; Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t t/>. -i . oo on /r 

L. C. card A 30-578 IC 1 ste.3S : 941/5 

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August 1941 1177 

Railroads — Continued. 

Same, June 1941. 1941. 1 p. oblong largo 8" (Statement M-215, OS-C; 

Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t IC 1 ste.38 : 941/6 

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

Valuation decisions. See, below, center head Drcifiiotis (Valuation). 

Deci^ion^ {Finance) 

Note. — The following decisioDs or opinious issued in separate loriu are I'lom the Interstate 
Commerce Comnii-ssion reports. 

See also subhead Decisions on p. 1174. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Finance docket no. 132519, Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company equipment trust certificates; [decided June 11, 1941]. 
[1941.] [l]+t)4-(Jtj p. (F-8245. » [From v. 247.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC l.G/la : F-8245 

Charles City M'cstcrn Railwaij. Finance docket no. 18313, Charles City Western 
Railway Company securities: [decided June ItJ. 1941]. [IIUI.] [1] +98-100 p. 
(F-S256.) [From V. 247.] * Taper. 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8256 

Chesapeake rf- Ohio Raihray. Finance docket no. 13298, Chesapeake & Ohio 
Rsiilway Company equipment trus^t certiticates; [decided June 9, 1941]. [1941] 
[1] +90-92 p. (F-82.33.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC l.O/la : F-8253 

Chester d Mount Venuyii Railroad. Finance docket no. 13137, Chester & Mount 
Vernon Railroad Company lease; decided May 14, 1941. [1941.] p. 11-13. 
(F-S227.) [From V. 247.] * Paper, 5c. ' IC l.G/la : F-8227 

Chicago & Eastern lUinoi.s Railuai/. Finance docket no. 9952, Chicago & Eastern 

Illinois Railwav Company reorganization; [decided May 14, 1941]. [1941.] 

X [1] +756-772 p. (F-8213.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-S213 

Chicat/o d Xorth Western Raihraij. Finance docket no. 10881, Chicago & North 
We>iern Riulway Company reorganization: decided May 29, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 47^9. (F-S23G.) [From y. 247.] ♦ Paper, 5c. IC l.G/la : F-8236 

Same; decided May 29, 1941. [1941.] p. 59-61. (F-8242.) [From v. 

247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-S242 

Same; decided June 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 101-118. (F-8257.) [From v. 

247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8257 

Chicago, Mihcaukce, St. Paul d Pacific Railroad. Finance docket no. 12656, Chi- 
cago, Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Company trustees et al. operation 
and construction; decided May 8, 1941. [1941.] p. 1-8. (F-8225.) [From 
V. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC l.G/la : F-8225 

Fort Dodge. Dcs Moines d Southern Railroad. Finance docket no. 12545, Fort 
Dodge. D.^s Moines & Southern Railroad Company reorganization ; decided 
Mar. 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 625-656. (F-818S.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8188 

Galcshurg d Great Eastern Railroad. Finance docket no. 12928, Galesburg & 
Great Eastern Railroad Company construction ; [decided May 8, 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +470-478 p. (F-8155a.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8155a 

Greenbrier, Cheat d Elk Railroad. Finance docket no. 13237, Greenbrier, Cheat & 
Elk Railroad Company bonds; decided May 27, 1941. [1941.] p. 27-30. 
(F-8231.) [From y. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-S231 

Finance docket no. 13247, Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad Company lease ; 

[decided May 27, 1941]. [1941.] [l]+24-26 p. (F-8230.) [From v. 247.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8230 

Iowa Electric Light d Power Company. Finance docket no. 13265, Iowa Electric 
Light »& Power Company securities; detided Mav 26, 1941. [1941.] p. 17-23. 
(F-8229.) [From y. 247.] * Paper, 5c. ' IC 1.6/la : F-8229 

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1178 Government Publications 

LoiiisriUc rf Nashville Railroad. Finance docket no. 13203, Louisville & Nashville 
Railroad Companv equipment trust certificates : [decided June 6. 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +52-54 p. (F-S239.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, oc. IC l.G/la : F-S239 

Mariuettc, Tomahairk d- Western Railroad. Finance docket no. 0291, deficit 
status of Marinette, Tomahawk & Western Railroad Company ; decided June 6, 
1941. [1941.] p. 55-56. (F-8240.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8240 

MarijJand <& Pennsiilvania Railroad. Finance docket no. 1324S, Maryland & 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company bonds; decided May 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 709- 
713. ( F-8202.) [From v. 244.] ♦ Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8202 

Minneapoli.'i. Northficld d Southern Railway. Finance docket no. 5601. Min- 
neapolis, Northtield «& Southern Railway bonds; decided June 6, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 87-89. (F-8252.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, oc. IC 1.6/la : F-8252 

Missouri Pacific Railroad. Finance docket no. 13283, Missouri Pacific Railroad 
Company trustee's equipment trust certificates ; decided June 2, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 67-70. (F-8246.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8246 

Nevada Central Railroad. Finance docket no. 4488, Nevada Central Railroad 
Company deficit settlement; decided May 14, 1941. [1941.] p. 9-10. (F- 
8226.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8226 

New York, Chicago d St. Louis Railroad. Finance docket no. 13290, New York, 
Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Companv assumption of obligation and liabilitv ; 
decided June 7, 1941. [1941.] p. 71-74. (F-S247.) [From v. 247.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8247 

Finance docket no. 13297, New York. Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Com- 
pany equipment trust certificates ; [decided June 9, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +56-58 
p. (F-8241.) [From V. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8241 

New To7-k, Neiv Haven d Hartford Railroad. Finance docket no. 10992, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company reorganization ; decided May 
29,1941. [1941.] p. 31-35. (F-8232.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8232 

Finance docket no. 11823, New York. New Haven & Hartford Railroad Com- 



pany trustees abandonment: decided May 26, 1941. [1941.] p. 41^6. (F- 
8235.) [From V. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8235 

Oil Fields d Sante Fe Railwaii. Finance docket no. 13202, Oil Fields & Santa Fe 
Railway Company et al. abandonment: decided May 26, 1941. [1941.] p. S9- 
40. (F-8234.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8234 

Pacific Electric Raihray. Finance docket no. 13212, Pacific Electric Railway 
Company bonds; decided Apr. 18, 1941. [1941.] p. 459^69. (F-8155.) 
[From V. 244.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8155 

Finance docket no. 13220, Pacific Electric Railwav Companv abandonment; 

decided May 26, 1941. [1941.] p. 63-64. (F-8244.) [From v. 247.] * Paner. 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8244 

Pcnnsi/lvania Railroad. Finance docket 13228, Pennsylvania Railroad Company 
abandonment ; decided May 28, 1941. 1941. p. 51. '(F-8238.) [From v. 247.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-S23S 

Pere Marquette Railway. Finance docket no. 13295. Pere Marquette Railway 
Company equipment trust certificates: [decided June 6. 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +36-38 p. (F-8233.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8233 

St. Louis. Kennett d Southeastern Railroad. Finance docket no. 5388. deficit 
status of St. Louis, Kennett & Southeastern Railroad Company : decided June 13, 
1941. [1941.] p. 77-78. (F-8249.) [From v. 247.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8249 

St. Louis South iresfer'n Railway. Fin;vice docket no. 11040, St. Louis Southwest- 
ern Railwav Companv reorcanization ; decided Mav 5, 1941. [1041.] p. 72.5- 
742. (F-8208.) [From v. 244.] * Paper, 5c. " TC 1.6/la : F-8208 

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Southern Pacific Company. Finance docket uo. 13316, Southern Pacific Company 
equipment trust certificates; decided June 16, 1941. [1941.] p. 95-97. (F- 
8255.) [From V. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8255< 

Tennessee & North Carolina Railroad. Finance doclcet no. 515:5, deficit status of 
Tennessee & Nortli Carolina Railroad Company ; decided June 9, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 75-76. (F-8248.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8248 

Texas, Oklahoma d Eastern Railroad. Finance docket no. 5163, deficit status 
of Texas, Oklahoma & Eastern Railroad Company; decided June 6, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 61-62. (F-8243.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/a : F-8243- 

Union d Glenn Springs Railroad. Finance docket no. 1370, deficit status of Union 
& Glenn Springs Railroad Company; decided June 2, 1941. [1941.] p. 4^50. 
(F-8237.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8237 

Wheeling d Lake Erie Railicay. Finance docket no. 13263, Wheeling & Lake 
Erie Railway Company equipment trust certificates; [decided May 22, 1941]. 
[1941.] [1] +14-16 p. (F-8228.) [From v. 247.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8228 

Decisions {Motor carrier) 

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

Alexander, N. K. No. MC-46747, N. K. Alexander common carrier application; 
decided Apr. 21, 1941. [1941.] p. 625-628. (M-5418.) [From Motor car- 
rier cases, V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5418- 

Beer. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-1310, beer and ale from Cin- 
cinnati to North Carolina and South Carolina ; [decided May 29, 1941]. [1941.] 
[l]+662-664 p. (M-5423.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5423 

Consolidated Express Service. No. MC-72687, R. Wodlinger [doing business as 
Consolidated Express Service] common carrier application ; decided Apr. 29, 
1941. [1941.] p. 611-615. (M-5415.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5415 

Cook, H. R., Truck Line. No. MC-76118 (sub-uo. 1), Harry R. Cook [doing 
business as H. R. Cook Truck Line] extension of operations ; decided May 28, 
1941. [1941.] p. 679-682. (M-5427.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-542T 

Craig, N. 8. No. MC-5724, N. S. Craig contract carrier application ; decided May 
12, 1941. [1941.] p. 629-645. (M-5419.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5419' 

Cyr, Louis. No. MC-94917, Louis Cvr common carrier application; decided Apr. 
17, 1941. [1941.] p. 521-522. (M-5405.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5405 

Erie Railroad. No. MC-100604. Robert E. Woodruff and John A. Hadden, trustees 
of property of Erie Railroad Company, self-insurance; decided May 13, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 649-652. (M-5421.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 
5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5421 

Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad. No. MC-606, Judson Zimmer, sub- 
stitute trustee of Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad Company, self- 
insurance ; [decided May 12, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +616-620 p. (M-5416.) 
[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5416 

Freight rates. Ex parte no. MC-21, central territory motor carrier rates; de- 
cided Apr. 22, 1941. [1&41.] p. 571-599. (M-5411.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5411 

Same; decided May 7, 1941. 1941. p. 603. (M-5413.) [From Motor 

carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5413 

• Same; [decided May 10, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +604-610 p. (M-5414.) 

[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5414 

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Freif/hf rates — Continued. 

Ex parte no. MC-22. New England motor carrier rates ; decided Mav 10, 

1941. [1941.] p. 537-565. (iM-5409.) [From Motor carrier cases, v.' 28.] 
* Paper, 5c. I(J 1 mot. 8/a : M-5409 

Ex parte no. MC-23, midwe.stern motor carrier rates; decided Jan. 2. 1941. 

[1941.] p. 297-323. (M-5206.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 27.] * Paper, 
5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5206 

Griffith Freight Lines, Incorporated. No. MC-4872, Griffith Freight Lines, In- 
corporated, common carrier application; decided May 16, 1941. [1941.] p. 
673-674. (M-5425.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5425 

Harpster, Laicrence M. No. MC-95477. Lawrence M. Harpster company [com- 
mon] carrier application; [decided May 21, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +646-648 p. 
(M-5420. ) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5420 

Inter-Carolinas Motor Bus Co. No. MC-30882, Inter-Carolinas Motor Bns Co., 
common carrier application ; decided May 15, 1941. [1941.] p. 665-672. 
(M-5424.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] * Pai)er. .5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5424 

Lederer Terminal Warehotise Company, Inc. No. MC-14375. Lederer Terminal 
Warehonse Company, Inc., broker application; [decided May 7, 1941]. [1941.] 
[1] +566-570 p. (M-5410.) [From Motor carrier ca.ses. v. 28.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5410 

Leonard Bros. Transfer & Storage Co., Inc. No. MC-19227 (sub-no. 1), Leonard 
Bros. Transfer & Storage Co., Inc., extension of operations ; [decided Mav 13, 
1941]. [1941.] [1] +600-602 p. (M-5412.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 
28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5412 

Meyer, Fred A. No. MC-102234, Fred A. Meyer common carrier application; 
decided May 3, 1941. [1941.] p. 621-624. (M-5417.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5417 

Mobile and Ohio Transportation Company of Illinois. No. MC-100114. Mobile 
and Ohio Transportation Company of Illinois common carrier application ; de- 
cided May 22, 1941. [1941.] p. 675-678. (M-5426.) [From Motor carrier 
cases. V. 28.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5426 

Moore Motor Frcipht Lines. No. MC-17481, Ernest E. Moore [doing business as 
Moore Motor Freight Lines] common carrier application; decided Mar. 13, 
1941. [1941.] p. 187-195. (M-5343.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] 
♦Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot. 8/a : M-5343 

Noble Tran^sit Company. No. MC-70830. John F. Noble [doing business as Noble 
Transit Company] contract carrier application ; decided May 13. 1941. [1941.] 
p. 6.53-661. (M-5422.) [Fi-om Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] *Paper, .'ic. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-5422 

Petroleum products. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-1290. petroleum 
products from Bolivar, N. Y., to Farmers Valley, Pa. ; decided May 7. 1941. 
[1941.] p. .^27-533. (M-5407.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] "Taper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-540f< 

Scrip books. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-822, scrip books, ex- 
change of coupons; decided Apr. 3, 1941. [1941.] p. 363-36S. rM-5374.) 
[From Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5374 

Sprinoer. Rni/. No. MC-100376, Rav Springer contrar-t carrier application; 
[df>cided May 7, 1041]. [1941.] [1] +534-.536 p. (M-54n8.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 28.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5408 

Transanicrican Frciyht Lives, Inc. No. MC-10761, Transamerican Freight Lines, 
Inc., common carrier application; decided Apr. 22. 1941. [1941.] p. 493-520. 
(M-5404. ) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 28] *Paper. 5^. 

IC 1 mot.S/a : M-5404 

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yAffrin, Incoffjorated. No. MC-2oll, Zffrin, Incorporated, contract carrier ap- 
plication; decided May 2<), 1941. [1941.] p. 683-700. (M-^28.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 28.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.8/a : M-5428 

Decisions (Motor carrier, finatice) 

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

AlUaneeChadron Bus Line. No. MC-F-1427, Burlington Transportation Com- 
pany, purchase, Oscar Zurn [doing busine.ss as Alliance-Chadron Bus Line] ; 
decided Mav 17, 1&41. [1041.] p. 687-690. (MF-962.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-962 

Arrowhead Freight Lines, Ltd. No. MC-F-1440, Asbury Transportation Co., 
control. Arrowhead Freight Lines, Ltd.; decided May 31, 1041. [1941.] p. 
683-C86. (MF-961.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36] *Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 niot.8/a2 : MF-961 

BLfhop Truck Lines. No. MC-F-llSi), Baggott Transportation Company, pur- 
chase, W. A Bishop [doing business as Bishop Truck Lines] ; decided May 5, 
1941 [1941.] p. 659-66;>. (MF-957.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36] 
*Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-957 

Chancy, Oscar. No. MC-F-1363. Gariett Freightways, Inc., purchase, Oscar 
Chaney; decided May 16, 1941. [1941.] p. 673-679. (MF-959,) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. S6.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-959 

Clinton, Davenport d Muscatine Railn-aii. No. MC-F-1254, Tri City Railway 
Company (Iowa), purchase, Clinton, Davenport & Muscatine Railway Ccmipany ; 
decided Mav 28, 1941. [1941.] p. 679-682. (MF-9C0.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2; MF-960 

Corse, Elmer, Transfer Line. No. MC-F-1370, Burlington Transportation Com- 
pany, purchase, Elmer Corse [doing business as Elmer Corse Transfer Line] ; 
decided Mav 31, 1941. [1941.] p. 691-698. (MF-963.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-963 

Fisher Truck Line. No. MC-F-1396, Luper Transportation Company of Okla- 
homa, purchase, K. M. Fisher [doing business as Fisher Truck Line] ; decided 
June 3, 1941. [1941.] p. 709-712. (MF-967.) [From Motor carrier cases, 
V. 36.] 'Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-967 

Internrban Express Lines, Inc. No. MC-F-1351, J. H. Robinson Truck Lines, in- 
corporated, purchase, Interurban Express Lines, Inc. ; decided May 31, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 719-720. (MF-969.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. :!6.] *Paper, 
5c. IC 1 raot.8/a2 : MF-969 

McDonald d Ellington Freight Line. No. MC-F-1354. Gulf Transport Company, 
purchase, Thomas C. Reed [doing business as McDonald & Ellington Freight 
Line] decided May 31, 1941. [1941.] p. 705-706. (MF-C65.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 36 ] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-965 

Rapid Transit Motor Freight Lines, Inc. No. MC-F-1417. Lee Way Motor 
Freight, Inc., purchase. Rapid Transit Motor Freight Lines, Inc. : [decided 
May 28, 1941]. [1941.] [l]-f 732-734 p. (MF-971.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a2 : MF-971 

Rcymcrs Auto Truck Line. No. MC-F-1317, Consolidated Freightways, Inc., pur- 
chase, C. G. Reymers [doing business as Reymers Auto Truck Line] ; decided 
Apr. 23, 1941. [1941.] p. 623-633. (MF-9.m) [From INIotor carrier cases, 
V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-950 

Romeo's Auto Forwarding Co. No. MC-F-1383. Alfred A. Maurer and Marcus 
W. Meyers [doing business as Maurer and Meyers Auto Convoy], purchase, 
Frank Romeo et al. [doing business as Romeo's Auto Forwarding Co. ; decided 
Apr. 16, 1941]. [1941.] [l]-f 612-015 p. (MF-947.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-947 

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SilviuK, Blaine G. No. MC-F-1387, Shirks Motor Express Corporation, purchase, 
Blaine G. Silvins ; [decided May 22, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +670-672 p. (MF- 
958.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 36.] *Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot. 8/a2 : MF-958 

Vann Tranafvr rf Storage Company. No. MC-F-12G0, K. & L. Transportation 
Co., Inc., pnrcliase, B. Y. Vann [doing bnsiue.'<s as Vann Transfer & Storage 
Company]; decided May 31, 1941. [1941.] p. 707-708. (MF-9fi6.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. .36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-966 

Wisconsin Fox Valley Transit Company. No. MC-F-1379, Northwestern Transfer 
Company purchase, Wisconsin Fox Vallev Transit Company; [decided Apr. 
9, IJMl]. [1941.] [1] +596-600 p. (MF-944.) [From Motor carrier cases, 
V. 36.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-944 

Decisions {Traffic) 

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

Cement. Fourth section application no. 18343, cement from Leeds, Ala., to Albany, 
Ga. ; [decided May 22, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +374-376 p. ([Opinion] 23562.) 
[From V. 245.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23562" 

Coal. No. 28345, Pocahontas Operators Association et al. v. Norfolk & Western 
Railway Company et al. ; decided Mar. 11, 1941. [1941.] p. 731-745. 
([Opinion] 23492.) [From v. 243.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23492 

Com. Fourth section application no. 17690, corn and wheat from Illinois to Gulf 
ports : decided June 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 449-456. ([Opinion] 23573.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 2357a 

Employees. Ex parte no. 72 (sub-no. 1), in matter of regulations concerning 
class of employees and subordinate officials to be included within term "em- 
ployee" under railway labor act, elevator starters and operators, and informa- 
tion clerks, Hud.son &. Manhattan Railroad Company ; decided May 6, 1941. 
[1941.] p. 415--128. ([Opinion] 23567.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 2356T 

Freight rates. No. 28204, New Jer.sev v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company 
et al. : decided May 27, 1941. [1941.] p. 581-602. ( [Opinion] 23595.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23595 

Iron. Fourth section application no. 18334, scrap iron and steel from Bethlehem, 
Pa.; decided May 5, 1941. [1941.] p. 353-355. ([Opinion] 235.57.) [From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23557 

Livestock. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4844, transit livestock at feed 
yards in western district ; decided May 6. 1941. [1941.] p. 321-333. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23552.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23552 

Lumher. Fourth section applications nos. 623 et al., lumber from the South and 
Southwest; decided Mar. 31. 1941. [1941.] p. 67-78. ([Opinion] 23517.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23517 

Macaroni. No. 2840G, Keystone Macaroni Manufacturing Co. v. Boston & Maine 
Railroad et al. ; decided IMay 23, 1941. [1941.] p. 377-379. ( [Opinion] 23563.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23563 

Oilcloth. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4869, oilcloth articles in official 
territorv; decided .Tune 11. 1941. [1941.] p. 467-468. ([Opinion] 23577.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23577 

Ore^. No. 28519, Mavwood Chemical Works v. Chicago & Erie Railroad Company 
et al. ; [decided June 2, 1&41]. [1941.] [11+412-414 p. ([Opinion] 23566.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23566 

Paper. Fourth section application no. 18238, paper articles from Rockingham, 
N. C. to New Orleans. La.; decided June 11, 1941. [1941.] p. 469-470. 
([Opinion] 23578.) [From v. 24.5.] * Paper, .5e. IC 1.6/la : 23578 

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Paper — Continued. 

Fourth section application no. 18265, paper to Jacksonville, Fla. ; decided 

May 21, 1941. [1&41.] p. 431-437. ([Opinion] 23569.) [From v. 245.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23569 

Petroleum coke. Fourth section application no. 18577, petroleum coke from New 
Orleans group to the South: decided June 12. 1941. [1941.] p. 607-610. 
( [Opinion] 23.597.) [Fnmi v. 245.] *Paper, He. IC 1.6/la : 23597 

Petroleum products. No. 28380, petroleum products between Kansas, Oklahoma, 
Arkansas, Missouri, and Colorado; decided June SO, 1941. [1941.] 617- 
639+iii p. ([Opinion] 23599.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23599 

No. 28498, Ethyl Gasoline Corporation v. Canadian National Railways 

et al. ; decided June 4, 1941. [1941.] p. 457-4-59. ( [Opinion] 23574.) | From 
V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23574 

Pickles. No. 2S510, L. C. Forman & Sons, Incorporated, v. New York Central 
Railroad Company et al. ; decided May 22, l^Jll. [1941.] p. 429-4.30. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23568.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23568 

Pineapples. No. 28157, Arthur Serra & Company v. Alton & Southern Railroad 
et al. ; [decided May 23, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +356-358 p. ([Opinion] 23558.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23558 

:Sand. Fourth section application no. 18857, sand, gravel, and crushed stone to 
Illinois points; [decided June 9, 1041]. [1941.] [1] +400-462 p. ([Opinion] 
23575. ) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23575 

Shingle hinder. No. 28473, Medusa Portland Cement Company r. Pennsylvania 
Railroad Company et al. ; decided May 22, 1941. [1941.] p. 367-373. ( [Opin- 
ion] 23561.) [From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23561 

Shingles. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4833, allowance for trucking 
shingles to Northern Pacific Railway points; decided June 9, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 463-466. ([Opinion] 23576.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23576 

■Soap. Fourth section application no. 18594, soap and soap products to Norfolk, 
Va. ; decided May 10, 1941. [1941.] p. 35^362. ([Opinion] 23559.) [From 
V. 245.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23559 

Steel stucco reinforcements. No. 28487, Noi-thwestern Steel & Wire Company v. 
Alabama, Teimessee & Northern Railroad Corporation (John T. Cochrane, jr., 
trustee) et al.; [decided Jinie 4, 1941]. [1941.] [1] +446-448 p. ([Opinion] 
23572.) [From V. 245.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23.-.72 

Sulphur. Fourth section application no. 18057, sulphur from Texas to Atlanta, 
Ga.; [decided May 24, 1941.] [1941.] [1] +380-.382 p. ([Opinion] 23564.) 
[From V. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23564 

Fourth section application no. 18491, crude sulphur to Barksdale, Wis. ; 

decided May 21. 1941. [1941.] p. 363-366. ([Opinion] 23560.) [From v. 
245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23560 

Switching charges. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4619, switching at 
Richmond. Va. ; decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 293-302. ( [Opinion] 23546.) 
[From v. 245.] * Paiier, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23546 

Terminal services. A. E. Staley Manufacturing Company terminal allowance, 
ex parte no. 104, practices of carriers affecting operating revenues or expenses, 
pt. 2, terminal services ; decided May 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 383-411. ( [Opinion] 
23565.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23565 

Interlake Iron Corporation, Duluth, Minn., terminal allowance, ex parte 

no. 104, practices of carriers affecting operating revenues or expenses, pt. 2, 
terminal services; decided June 2, 1941. [1941.] p. 437-440. ([Opinion] 
23570.) [From v. 245.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 2357© 

Tobacco. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4874, immanufactured tobacco 
from Virginia ports to New York; decided June 12, 1941. [1941.] p. 611-616. 
( [Opinion] 23598.) [From v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23598 

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Unladin(j and hidino. Ex parte no. 127, status of public stockyard couiiwnies: 
decided Apr. 7, 1041. [1941.J p. 241-283. ( [Opiniou] 23343.) [From v. 245.] 
♦Paper, lOc. IC 1.0/la : 2354.? 

Water heaters. No. 28491, General Water Heater Corporation r. Pacilic Electric 
Railway Coniixiuyetal.: decided June 11, 1&41. [1941.] p. 603-607. ([Opinion] 
23596) [From V. 245.] *Paper, 5c. IC1.6/la : 23596 

Wine. No. 2S202, Garrett & Company, Incorporated, v. Alton Railroad Company 
et al. : decided May 27, IWl. [1941.] p. 441-445. ( [Opinion] 23571.) [From 
v. 245.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 23571 

Decisions (Valuation) 

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

Kate Pipe Line Cmnpauy. Valuation docket no. 1265, Kaw Pipe Line Company : 
decided Apr. 24. 1941. [1941.] p. 443-402. (B-10(-«).) [From Valuation reports, 
V. 49.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 val.9/a : B-1003 

Roeku Mountain Pipe Line Conipani/. Valuation docket no. 1266. Rocky Mountain 
Pipe Line Company: [decided June 14. IWl]. [1941.] [1] +428-142 p. 
(B-1008. ) [From Valuation reports, v. 49.] * Paper, 5c. 

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LOCOMOTIVE INSPECTION BUREAU 

Locomotive inspection law as amended. Mar. 4, 1915, June 7, 1924. June 27. 1980, 
and Apr. 22, 1940, with rules and instructions established in conformity there- 
with, also safety appliance standards for steam locomotives as fixed by order 
of [Interstate Commerce] Commission, Mar. 13, 1911. 1&41. 94 p. il. 16° 
[Title on cover : Laws, rules, and instructions for insiiection and testing of 
steam locomotives and tenders and their appurtenances.] * Fabrikoid, 40c. 
L. C. card 41-51072 IC 1 loc.5 : 941 

MOTOR CARRIERS BUREAU 

Rohiceder Truck Lines, Lie. Before Interstate Commerce Commission, no. 
MC-C-247, transportation activities of Rohweder Trufk Lines. Inc.. Pipestone. 
Minn. ; brief of Law and Enforcement Section, Bureau of Motor Carriers. 
[1941.] cover title, iii+38 p. il. t IC 1 mot.9 : R 636 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Company. No. — , in Supreme Court of United 
States. Oct. term, 1941, Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, r. 
Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Company ; petition for writ of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 5th circuit. [1941.] cover title, ii+S p. X 

J 1.78 : Al lb/5 

Amerieav Meat Institute. No. 32776 (criminal) in district court for northern 
district of Illinois, eastern division, June term. ISMl, United States r. American 
Meat Institute et al. ; indictment. [1941.] cover title, 11 p. t 

J 1.75 : Am 35 me 

AssoHatiov of American Railroads. Civil action no. 4551, in District CJourt of 
United States for District of Columbia, United States v. Association of American 
Railroads et al. ; consent decree. [1941.] cover title, 13 p. + J 1.75 : As 78/4 

Aiitoinotire Maintenance }fachiner!i Company. No. 188, in Supreme Court of 
United States, Oct. term, 1941. National Labor Relations Board r. Automotive 
Maintenance Machinery Company, on petition fm- writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 7th circuit: reply memorandum in behalf of National 
Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, 3 p. t J 1.78 : Au 82/2 

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Bender, Eugene L. No. 292, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Cliarles A. Bahr, sr., and George Hammau, executors of Eugene L. Bender, v. 
Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of api)€ais for 5th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opijosition. [1C41.] cover title, i + 10 p. t J 1.78 :B 432 

Boeing, William E. No. 9783, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. William E. Boeing, on petition for review^ of 
decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [I'Jll.] cover title, 
ii+19 p. t J 1.70:6 633 

Booloitein, Sam. No. 8629, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. Sam Bookstein, on petition for review of 
deci.'sion of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, 
i-f6p. t J 1.76 :B 644/4 

Borland, Chaiincey B. No. 7687, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Chauncoy B. Borland v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1941.] 
cover title, i-f 15 p. t J 1.76 : B 644/3 

Braehum Alloy Steel Corporation. In Court of Claims, na 43494, Braeburn Alloy 
Steel Corporation v. United States; defendant's brief. [1941.] p. 61-109. '% 

J 1.80 : B 73/2 

Unindegee, Mrs. Mary B. No. 3678, in circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, 
CDnnuL^siouer of internal revenue r. Mary B. Brandegee, on ixMition for review 
of deci.^ion of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for petitioner. [1941.] cover title, 
ii+12 p. large 8° t J 1.76 : B 733 

Bryan. County, Okla. No. 2308. circuit court of appeals, 10th circuit, Bryan County, 
Okla., and Board of County Commissioners of Bryan County, Okla., v. United 
StJites, appeal from district court for eastern district of Oklahoma: brief of 
appellee. [1941.] cover title, ii-f 14 p. t J 1.76 :B 84 

Ca.-isidy d Gallagher, Inc. In Co-urt of Claims, no. 43704, Cnssidy & Gallagher, Inc., 
V. United States : defendant's request for special finding of facts and brief. 
[1941.] p. 1-21. :■: J1.80:C273/2 

Choctaw. Oklahoma d- Gulf Railroad. No. 310, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941, Fi'ank O. Lowden, James E. G<>i-mau, and Joseph B. Fleming, 
trustees of estate of Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Company, v. United 
States, on petition for writ of certiorari to Court of Claims; brief for United 
States in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+16 p.J J 1.78 : C 451 

Contmniers Paper Company. In Court of Claims, no. 44089, Consumers Paper 
Company v. United States; defendant's motion for new trial and brief in sup- 
port therettf. [1941.] p. 45-63. t J 1.80 :C 766/3 

Cudahy Packing Company of Louisiana. Ltd. N</. 245, in Supreme Court of United 
S'tates, Oct. term, 1941, Cudahy Packing Company of Louisiana, Ltd., v. Philip 
B. Fleming, administrator of Wage and Hour Division, Department of Labor, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals tov 5th circuit ; 
memorandum for respondent. [1941.] cover title, i+ 19 p. $ J 1.78 :C 893 

D'Oench, Duhme d Co., Inc. No. 206, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1941, D'Oench, Duhme & Co., Inc., v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora- 
tion, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit ; 
brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+12 p. % 

J 1.78 : D 672 

Dooner, Cohnnhia H. In Court of Claims, no. 44489, Columbia Haley Dooner et al. 
V. United States : defendant's exceptions to commissioner's repo-rt and request 
for amended findings of fact. [1941.] p. 31-43. t J 1.80 : D 721 

First National t>tcaniship Co. In Court of Claims, no. 4r)482. First National Steam- 
ship Co., Second National Steamship Co., and Third National Steamship Co. v. 
United States, as successor in interest to Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Cor- 
poration; demurrer and plea in abatement [and defendant's brief in support 
of demurrer and plea in abatement]. [1941.] p. 17-25. J J 1.80 :F 519/4 

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Goldstein. Maximilian. No. 256, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1041, Maximilian Goldstein [et al.] v. United States, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit; brief for United States in 
opposition. 11041.] cover title, i+lS p. t- J 1.78 : G 578 

Mcating, Piping d Air Conditioning Contractors Associatiot) of 8oHihern Cali- 
foniia. Civil action no. 1642-Y, in district court for southern district of 
California, central division, United States v. Heating, Piping & Air Conditioning 
Contractors Association of Southern California et al. ; complaint and consent 
decree. [1941.] cover title, 29 p. + J 1.75 :H 352 

llirsrh. L. B. No. 9812, in circuit court of appeals for 9tli circuit, L. B. Hirsch 
and Max S. & Clementine Hirsch v. commissioner of internal revenue, on i)eti- 
tion for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for rcsixjndent. 
[1941.] cover title, iii +35 p. % J 1.76 : H 615/2 

Moosier Veneer Company. No. 261, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Wni. C. Bachelder, receiver for Hoosier Veneer Company, v. National 
Labor Relations Board, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
apix'als for 7th circuit ; brief f(.r National Labor Relations Board in opposition. 
[1941.] cover title, iii +26 p. $ J 1.78: H 769 

Hunt, WUhiir L. Nos. 300-301, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Wilbur L. Hunt t'. United States; Glenn Henderson v. [same], on petition 
for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit ; brief for United 
States in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+13 p. t J 1.78 :H 915 

Indrpendent Automobile Forwarding Corporation. No. 251, in Supreme Court of 
United States, Oct. term. 1941, in matter of Independent Automobile Forwarding 
Corporation, bankrupt. State of New York v. United States, on petition for writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; brief for United States in 
opposition. [1941.] cover title, i +12 p. t J 1.78: In 21 

Justice library review, v. 2, no. 4; July 1941. [1941.] leaves 50-68, 4° [Bi- 
monthly. Processed.] t J 4.7: 2/4 

Kansas, Oklahoma d Oulf Raihraii. No. 7726, in circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit, Kansas, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway Company v. Guy T. Helvering, com- 
missioner of internal revenue, on petitions for review of decision of Board of 
Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1941.] cover title, ii+33 p. t 

J 1.76 : K 133 

LeVeque, Leslie L. In Court of Claims, no. 45507, Leslie L. LeVeque et al. v. 
United States; defendant's motion to dismiss Claim B of plaintiff's petition 
[and] memorandum in support of defendant's motion to dismiss. [1941.] p. 
70-91. t J].S0:L576 

Lorillard, P., Company. Supreme Court of United States, no. 71. National Labor 
Relations Board r-s. P. Lorillard Company; stipulation and additions to record. 
[1941.] p. 586-641. $ J1.78:LS91/2 

Loivcll Sun Company. No. — , in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Philip B. Fleming, administrator. Wage and Hour Division, Department 
of Labor, r. Lowell Sun Company ; petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 1st circuit. [1941.] cover title, ii+17 p. t 

J 1.78 :L 951/2 

■ TTnited States circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit, no. 3654, Oct. term, 

1940, Lowell Sun Company v. Philip G. [B] Fleming, administrator, Wage and 
Hour Division, Department of Laboi*, appeal from district court for district of 
Massachusetts; opinion of court, June 6, 1941. [1941.] p. 99-104. t 

J 1.76 :L 951 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America. No. 33642, in Court of Claims, 
Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America v. United States ; defendant's 
exceptions to commissioner's report on accounting. [1941.] cover title, vi + 
471»-99p. il. t J 1.80 :M 333 

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Mussman Construction Company. No. 274, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941, Massman Construction Company v. Harry W. Bassett, deputy 
commissioner for lOtli district of United States Employees' Compensation Com- 
mission, Myrtle Boling [et al.], on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 8tli circuit; brief for respondent Bassett in opix)sition. [1941.] 
cover title, i+H P- t J 1.78 : M 387 

Masterbilt Products Corporation. In Court of Claims, no. 44957, Masterbilt Prod 
ucts Corporation v. United States ; defendant's exceptions to report of com 
missioner. [1941.] p. 21-24. | J 1.80 :M 393 

Minnesota Mining d Manufacturing Comijanij. Nos. 2.j7-2r)9, in Supreme Court 
of United States, Oct. term, 1941, Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company 
V. Conway P. Coe, commissioner of patents, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for respondent 
in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+10 p. | J 1.78 :M 606 

Myers, Howard C. In Court of Ciaims, no. 43<)71, Howard C. Myers v. United 
States; no. 43672, John H. Arble v. [same] ; no. 43673, Charles C. Martin v. 
[same] ; no. 43()74, Walter O. Plitz v. [same] ; no. 43675, George H. Spitz v. 
[same; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report]. [1941.] p. 188-191. 
[The 1st print of this publication bearing the signature mark 406850 — 41 was 
incorrect and was replaced by a 2d print with signature mark 41U771 — 11.] t 

J 1.80 : M 992/3 

National Life and Accident Insurance Company. No. 278, in Supreme Court of 
United States, Oct. term, 1941, National Life and Accident Insurance Company 
V. L. P. Brewer, former collector tif internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1941.] cover title, ii+17 p. $ J1.78:N213li 

Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America. No. 268, in Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1941, Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America and Texoma 
Natural Gas Company r. Federal Power Commission and Illinois Commerce 
Commission, on cross-petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 7th circuit ; memorandum for respondents Federal Power Commission and 
Illinois Commerce Commission. [1941. J cover title, 2 p. t J 1.78 :N 219/2 

Opinions of Attorney General [released for publication in pamphlet form for 
inclusion in v. 40.] 

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lished later in bound volumes. Subscribers may deposit $1.50 with the Superintendent 
of Documents and receive the contenis of a volume of the separate opinions as they are 
issued ; single copii's are usually 5c. Prices for bound volumes furnished upon application 
to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 

17. Tennessee Vallev Authority not accountable to General Accounting Office ; June 9, 

1941. [1!'41.] 12 p. .1 l..5/:i : -lO/li 

1!0. Wit drawal of public lands: June 4, 1941. [1941.] 12 p. J1.5/a:40/20 

21. Procedure in requisitioning property; July 10, 1941. [1941.] 3 p. J 1.5/a ; 40/21 

Pearce, Mrs. Josephine 8. No. 306, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, Josephine S. Pearce r. Guy T. Helvering. commissioner of internal rev- 
enue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit ; 
brief for respondent in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i+8 p. t 

J 1.78 : P 314 

Fflnerjcr, Johann C. No. 304, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
Johann Carl Pflueger r. United States, et al., on petition for writ of certiorari 
to United States Court of Api}eals for District of Columbia ; brief for respond- 
ents in opjwsition. [1941.] cover title, i+12 p. t J 1.78 :P 484 

Pike, W. 8., Seedsman. No. 28."), in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1941, S. Elbert Pike, Ernest C. Pike, Charles T. Pike, co-partners trading as 
W. S. Pike, Seedsman [et al.] r. Frank C. Walker (substituted for James A. 
Farley), as Postmaster General [et al.], on petition for writ of certiorari to 
United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for respondents 
in oppo.sition. [1941.] cover title, i+8 p. $ J 1.78: P 635 

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Bouthem States Power Company. No. — , in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1941, United States, upon relation and for use of Tennes.see Valley 
Autiiority v. W. V. N. Powelson, assignee and successor in interest of Southern 
States Power Company, et al. ; petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for 4th circuit. [1941.] cover title, ii+32 p. t J 1.78 : P 871 

Texas. No. 44, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. terra, 1941, United States 
V. Texas et al., on writ of certiorari to court of civil appeals for 2d judicial 
district of Texas; brief for United States. [1941.] cover title, ii + 19 p. % 

J1.7S:T312/4 

Texota Corporation. No. 230, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1941, 
R. G. Trippett, as transferee of Texota Corporation, dissolved, et al. v. Guy T. 
Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit; brief for re-^pondent in opposition. 
[1941.] cover title, ii+15 p. $ J 1.78 : T313 

Tulee, Sampson. No. 318, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. terra, 1941, 
Sampson Tulee v. State of Washington, appeal from Supreme Court of State of 
Washington; statement as to jurisdiction. [1941.] cover title, 102-1- fl] n. t 

J 1.78 : T 821 

Walker, J. B. Brief for United States appellee, circuit court of appeals, 10th 
circuit, no. 2325, J. B. Walker v. Fount Butler, as administrator of Jackson 
Barnett, and United States, appeal from district court for eastern district of 
Oklahoma. [1941.] cover title, ii-|-15 p. t J 1.76 : W 152 

Wallace, John B. No. 2317, circuit court of appeals, 10th circuit. United States v. 
Flora E. Wallace, administratrix of John Byrl Wallace, and Flora E. Wallace 
and Jesse S. Wallace, as beneficiaries of John Byrl Wallace, appeal from dis- 
trict court for western district of Oklahoma ; brief for appellant. [1941.] 
cover title, i+11 p. t J 1.76 : W 155/2 

White, S. S., Dental Manufactimnp Company. No. 228, in Supreme C >urt of 
United States, Oct. term, 1941, S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company v. 
United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to Court of Claims; brief for 
United States in opposition. [1941.] cover title, i-f- 10 p. $ J 1.78 :W 585 

White Siran Company. No. 279, in Supreme Court of United States, 0:t. term, 
1941, White Swan Company v. National Labor Relations Board, on petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit ; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board in opposition. [1941.] cover title, ii-f-11 n. t 

J 1.78 : W 586/2 

Teager, Frank J. In Court of Claims, no. 44331. Frank J. Yeager v. United 
States; defendant's counterclaim. [1941.] p. 7-13. $ J 1.80: TBI 

Zaehai'iassen, J. A., and Company. In Court of Claims, no. 43372. J. A. Zach- 
ariassen and Companv v. United States ; reply memorandum for United States 
to plaint ifE's motion for new trial. [1941.] p. 287-293. $ J 1.80 : Z 11 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Law enforcement. FBI law enforcement bulletin, v. 10, no. 8 ; Aug. 1941. [1941.] 
cover title, [2]-|-45 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t (available to law en- 
forcement officers and agencies only.) 
L. C. card 36-13359 J 1.14/8 : 10/8 

Same, insert. Fugitives wanted, missing jperson notices, cancellations, v. 10, 

no. 8; Aug. 1941. [1941.] [l]+4&-75 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

J 1.14/8 : 10/8/insert 

Uniform dime reports for United States and its possessions, v. 12, no. 2; 2d quar- 
terly bulletin, 1941. 1941. ii+65-128 p. il. [Advisory, International Associa- 
tion of Chiefs of Police.] % 
L. C. card 30-27005 J 1.14/7 : 12/2 

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August 1941 1189 

PRISONS BUREAU 

Prisoners. Federal offenders, 1940, review of work of Federal Bureau of Prisons 
during year ended June 30, 1940, including statistics of Federal prisoners and 
of Federal parole and probation. Federal Prison Industries, Inc. Press, 
Leavenworth, Kans., 1941. xi-f 429 p. 11. 1 pi. t 

L. C. card 32-28116 J 16.1 : 940 

Note. — Includes annual reports of director of Bureau of Prisons and head-! of Federal 
penal and correet'onal institutions. In addition. It includes detailed statistical informa- 
tion conterning Federal prisoners, selection for parole, and persons under parole and 
probation supervision. 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Child giiidance. Rural child-guidance clinic; by John H. Waterman and Lorna 
S. Sylvester. [1941.] 4 p. 4" [From The child, monthly bulletin, v. 5, no. 11, 
May 1941.] t L 5.35/a : C 436/2 

Children. The child, monthly bulletin, July 1941; [v. 6, no. 1], [1941.] cover 
title, p. 3-26, 4° [Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, lOc single copy, $1.00 a 
yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. 
L. C, card L 36-94 L 5 35 : 6/1 

Social statistics, supp. 3 and 4, Mar. and June 1941, to The child, v. 5.. 

[1941.] 13-f-[2] p. il. 4" [Quarterly. Two numbers issued as one publica- 
tion.] Included in price of The child. L 5.35 : 5/supp.3, 4^ 

Cripples. Camping with cri)ipled children at Greentop ; bv Marv E. Church. 
[1941.] p. 311-315. 4° [From The child, monthly bulletin, v. 5,' no. 12, June 
1941.] t L 5.35/a : C 888/2 

Health for children in Vermont, Montpelier conference, Feb. 11, 1941, by Eliz-^beth 
Morrison Wagenet : [What Vermont has done, by Clara E. Ha.ves]. [1941.] 
2 p. 4° [From The child, monthly bulletin, v. 5, no. 11, May 1941.] t 

L 5.35/a : H 349/4 

Indians. Attainable goals for welfare of Indian children : by Katharine F. 
Lenroot. [1941.] p. 299-305, 4° [From The child, monthly bulletin, v. 5, no. 
12, June 1941.] f L 5.35/a : In 25 

Posters. Good posture in little child; [poster]. [Repiint] 1941. 24X35 in. 
[Poster relates to Bureau publication 219, which carries the same title. 1 t 

L 5.14 : P 84/7-2 

United States Committee for Care of European Children. Origin and services 
of United States Committee for Care of European Children; by Elsa Casten- 
dyck. [1941.1 p. 1-8. 4° [From The child, monthlv bulletin, v. 6, no. 1. July 
1^1.] t L 5.35/a :Eu 7 

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

Industrial serviee. Job descriptions for industrial service and maintenance jobs, 
June 1939 [with bibliography] ; prepared by Job Analysis and Informati'n 
Section, Division of Standards and Research. 1939 [published 1941]. xYi-f-265 
p. 4° [Some of the pages are blank.] * Paper, $1.50. 
L. C. card L 41-65 L 7.16 : In 27 

LABOR STANDARDS DIVISION 

Apprentices. The apprentice and the school; issued by Federal Committee on 
Apprenticeship. [Reprint 1941.] iv+12 p. (Bulletin 27.) [Prepared in 
cooperation with Education Office.] * Paper, 10c. L 16.3 : 27/1-2 

Apprentice record cards; [by O. L. Harvey]. [1941.] [3] +234-246 p. 

[Reprinted from Personnel, May 1941, v. 17, no. 4.] t L 16.2 : An 6/5 

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Apprentices — ContinueJ. 

Apprentice wage rates; by O. L. Harvej'. [1941.] 9 leaves, 4" ([Tech- 
nical bulletin 8.]) [Piocessed. Reprinted from Personnel, Nov. 1940] t 

L 16.10 : 8 

■ Apprentice work schedules ; by O. L. Harvey. [1941.] 6 leaves, 4° 

([Technical bulletin 9.]) [Processed. Reprinted from Personnel, Feb. 
1941.] t L 16.16: 9 

Apprenticeship In "Wisconsin, 1940; described by Osvrald L. Harvey. Jan. 

1941. cover title, 9 leaves, 4° ([Technical bulletin 2]; Federal Committee 
on Apprenticeship.) [Processed. Previous issues not entered in Monthly 
catalog. The series designation is omitted on this and technical bulletins 
7-9.] t L 16.16: 2 

Appi'enticeship principles for personnel managers; by William F. Patter- 
son. [1941.] 12 leaves, 4° ( [Technical bulletin 7.]) [Processed. Reprinted 
from Personnel, Aug. 1940.] t L 16.16 : 7 

Report on apprenticeship system of American Airlines, Inc., New York, 

N. Y. : prepared by Oswald L. Harvey. Jan. 1&41. cover title, [1] +14 + [26] p. 
4° (Technical bulletin 4; Federal Committee on Apprenticeship.) [Processed. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] t L 16.16: 4 

Report on apprenticeship system of Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing 

Company. Providence, R. I. : prepared by Oswald L. Harvey. Feb. 1941. 
cover title, [l]+S+flO] p. 4° (Technical bulletin 6; Federal Committee on 
Apprenticeship.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t L 16.16: 6 

In-Plant Training Conference. Digest of proceedings of Oflice of Production 
Management Conference on In-Plant Training, Department of Labor Audi- 
torium. Washiagton, D. C, Mar. 17-18, 1941. [1941.] cover tirle. 14 p. 4" 
(Federal Committee on Apprenticeship.) [Processed.] t L 16.2: In 7/2 

Office of Prcduction Management Conference on In-Plant Training. Mar. 

17, 1941, remarks by Wm. F. Patterson, chief of apprenticeship. Division of 
Labor Standards. (1941.] 2 leaves, narrow f [Processed.] t 

L 16.2 : In 7/4 

Office of Production Management Conference on In-Plant Training, Mar. 

17 and IS, 1941, report of findings committee [adopted by Conference, aiar. 18, 
1941]. [1941.] 2 leaves. 4° [Processed.] t L 16.2 : In 7/3 

Proceedings of Office of Production Management Conference on In-Plant 

Training, Department of Labor Auditorium, Washington, D. C, Mar. 17-18, 
1941. [1941.] cover title, 83 p. 4° (Federal Committee on Apprenticeship.) 
[Processed.] t L 16.2 : In 7 

Safety of life. Control of welding hazards in defens«e industries [with list of 
references]. 1941. v+15 p. 11. (Special bulletin 5.) * Paper, 10c. 

L 16.13 : 5 
L-\BOR STATISTICS BUREAU 

Anti-lcick-hack legislation [as of Apr. 1939]. [Reprint 1941.] 3 p. (Serial 
no. R. 937.) [From Monthly labor review, May 1939] t 

L 2.6/a : An 87/4-2 

Building. Building construction. June 1941; prepared by Division of Construc- 
tion and Public Employment. 1941. ii+24 p. 11. (Serial no. R. 1333.) 
[Monthly.] t L2.6/a4: 941/6 

Building permit survey, 1936-38: BPS2-90 to BPS2-133 (with omissions). 

[1941.] large 8° [Construction and Public Employment Division in coopera- 
tion with Work Projects Administration.] t 

L. C. card L 37-166 L 2.12 : 

2-90. Chicago. 111. [2] + 21 p. 

2-94. Los Angeles. Calif. [2] +47 p. „ .^ 

2-130. Pennsylvania : Allentown. Altoona. Botlilehem, Chester. Easton. Ilarrisburg, 

Hazleton. Johnstown. Lancaster. Lower Merion Township. McKeesport, Nanti- 

coko. New Castle, Norristown. Sharon. Upper Darby Township. Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkinsburp. Willianisport. York. [2] +118 p. 
2-133. Wisconsin : Appleton, Eau Clairp. Fond du Lac. Green Bay. Kenosha, Madison, 

Oshkosh. Racine. .Sheboy^nn. Superior. West Allis. [2) +72 p. 

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BuUding — Continued. . 

Relative cost of material and labor in buildine oonfstrnotion. 1931-32. 

r Reprint 1941.1 p. 763-772, il. [From Monthly labor review, Oct. 

1932. ] t L 2.6/a : B 868/5-3 

Child laior. Status of Federal child-labor amendment. [Reprint 1941.] 2 p. 
(Serial no. R. 982.) [From Monthly labor reviev?, Aug. 1939.] t 

L 2.6/a : C 437/9-2 

Cigars. Hand and machine production of cigars in 1940; [prepared by Duane 
Evans and Sidney C. Sufrin]. [1941.] 4 p. (Serial no. R. 1345.) [From 
Monthly labor review, July 1941.] t L 2.6/a : C 488/5/940 

Court decisions. Court decisions of interest to labor. [Reprint 1941.] 2 p, 
(Serial no. R. 1013.) [From Monthly labor review, Oct. 1939.] t 

L 2.6/a 8 : 939/10-2 

Court decisions of interest to labor. [Reprint 1941.] 3 p. (Serial no. 

R. 1105.) [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1940.] t L 2.6/a 8 : 940/4-2 

Court decisions of interest to labor. [1941.] 4 p. (Serial no. R. 1335.) 

From Monthly labor review, July 1941.] t L 2.6/a 8 : 941/7 

Recent court decisions of interest to labor. [Reprint 1941.] 3 p. (Serial 

no. R. 856.) [From Monthly labor review, Dec. 1938] t L 2.6/a 8 : 938/2-2 

Recent court decisions of interest to labor. [Reprint 1941.] 5 p. (Serial 

no. R. 953.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1939.] t 

L2.6/a8:939/&-2 

Supreme Court decisions on labor relations. [Reprint 1941.] 10 p. 

(Serial no. R. 921.) [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1939.] t 

L 2.6/a : L 113/15-2 

Employment. Employment and pay rolls, May 1941; prepared by Division of 
Employment Statistics and Division of Construction and Public Employment. 
1941. iv-f39p.il. (Serial no. R. 1331.) [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card L 23-234 L 2.9 : 941/5 

Employment created by P. W. A. construction; by Herman B. Byer. [Re- 
print 1941.] 8 p. (Serial no. R. 454.) [From Monthly labor review, Oct. 
1936.] t L 2.6/a : P 96/2-2 

• Employment effect of P. W. A. expenditures for 6 completed power projects ; 

by Herman B. Byer. [Reprint 1941.] 3 p. (Serial no. R. 469.) [From 
Monthly labor review, Nov. 1936.] t L 2.6/a : P 06/3-2 

Furvitnre. Earnings and hours in furniture industry, Feb. 1941 ; [prepared by 
Victor S. Baril, assisted by .\bner C. Lakenan]. 1941. [l]+39 p. (Serial no. 
R. 1330.) [From Monthly labor review, Sept. 1941.] t L 2.6/a : F ysl/2/941 

Great Britain. Hours and eflSciency in British industry; by Max D. Kossoris. 
[IMl.] 10 p. (Serial no. R. 1322.) [From Monthly labor review, June 
1941.] t L 2.6/a : B 777/5 

International Association of Goveryimental Lalor Officials. Labor laws and their 
administration, 1940, proceedings of 26th convention of International Associa- 
tion of Governmental Labor Officials, New York City, Sept. 1940. 1941. v+ 
260 p. (Bulletin 690.) * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 15-27231 L 2.3 : 690 

Same. (H. doc. 202, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

Labor information hulletin, July 1941; [v. 8, no. 7]. [1941.] [2]-|-18 p. 11. 4* 
[Monthly.] t 
L. C. card L 34-114 L 2.10 : 8/7 

Labor legislation enacted in 1934. [Reprint 1941.] 10 p. (Serial no. R. 193.) 
[From Monthly labor review, Dec. 1934.] t 
L. C. card L 39-19 L 2.6/a : L 524/934/rep. 

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1192 Go>^RNMENT Publications 

Lumber. Labor requirements in lumber production; by Bernard H. Topkis. 
[Reprint IJMl.] 17 p. (Serial no. R. 529; Construction and Public Employ- 
ment Division.) [From Monthly labor review, Mav 1937.] t 

L2.6/a:L 97/1-2 

MiUivff industry. Productivity trends in milling industry ; [prepared by Lenore 

A. Epstein and Harry Brenner]. 1941. [1]+12 p. (Serial no. R. 1344.) 
[From Monthly labor review, July 1941.] t L2.6/a: M 624/3 

National industrial recovery act. Decision of Supreme Court on national indus- 
trial recovery act. [Reprint 1941.] 18 p. (Serial no. R. 260.) [From 
monthly labor review, June 1935.] t L 2.6/a : N 213 i/1-2 

National labor relations act. National labor relations act. [Reprint 1941.] 9 p. 
(Serial no. R. 272.) [From Monthly labor review, Aug. 1935.] t 

L 2.6/a : N 213 1/1-3 

Prices. Retail prices, food, electricity, and gas, June 1941 ; prepared by Retail 
Price Division. 1941. ii+8 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1332.) [Monthly.] t 
L. C. card L 32-43 L 2.6/a 2 : 941/6 

Railroad crossings. Labor and material involved in grade-crossing eliminations ; 
by Herman B. Byer. [Reprint 1941.] 4 p. (Serial no. R. 626.) [From 
Monthly labor review, Sept. 1937.] t L 2.6/a : G 754/1-2 

Railroad legislation on full crew, personnel, and train lengths. [Reprint 1941.] 
6 p. (Serial no. R. 1131.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1940.] t 

L 2.6/a : R 132/11-2 

Railroads. Labor requirements on railroad electrification program : bv Herman 

B. Ryer. [Reprint 1941.] 5p.il. (Serial no. R. 441.) [From Monthlv labor 
review, Sept. 1936.] t L 2.6/a : R i32/5-2 

Shirts. Labor in shirt industry, 1933. [Reprint 1941.] p. 499-510. (Serial no. 
R. 29.) [From Monthly labor review, Sept. 1933.] t L 2.6/a : Sh 66/1-2 

Strikes in Mar. 1941 ; prepared bv Division of Industrial Relations. 1941. 
[1] -fl3 p. (Serial no. R. 1334.) [From Monthly labor review, July 1941.1 f 

L 2.6/a 6 : 941/3 

Tobacco. Hours and earnings of employees of independent leaf-tobacco dealers; 
[prepared by Sidney C. Sufrin, as.sisted by Thomas P. Henson]. 1941. [l]-|-7 
p. (Serial no. R. 1338.) [From Monthly labor review, July 1941.] t 

L 2.6/a : T 551/2 

Wood. Hourly earnings in making of wood turnings, shapes, and other wood 
products; [prepared by Victor S. Baril, assisted by George E. Votava]. 1941. 
[1] +6 p. ( Serial no. R. 1337.) [From Monthlv labor review. Julv 1941.] t 

L 2.6/a : W 85 

LIBRARY 

National health program and medical care in United States, selected recent refer- 
ences, supplement, Aug. 1941. [1941.] 8 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L 1.2 : H 34/supp. 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION 

Carpets. Wage order, minimum wage rates in carpet and rug industry, in mat- 
ter of recommendations of Industrv Committee No. 12 for Minimum Wage Rates 
in Carpet and Rug Industry, effective Mar. 17. 1941. [1941.] 4 p. [Tifie 29, 
chap. 5, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 592.] f L 20.8: 592 

Enameled uten.<iils. Wage order, minimum wage rates in enameled utensil indus- 
try, in matter of recommendation of Industry Committee No. IS for ^linimum 
Wagre Rate in Enamel(>d Utensil Industry, effective Apr. 21, 1941. [1941.] 4 p. 
[Title 29. chap. 5, Code of Federal regiilations, pt. 594.] t L 20.8 : 594 

Fair labor standards act. Regulations defining term, area of production, pursuant 
to sec. 7 (c) and sec. 13 (a) (10) of fair labor standards act of 1938; Apr. 1941. 
[1941.] [l]-f2p. [Title 29, chap. 5, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 536.1 t 

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Hosiery. Wage order, minimum wage rates in hosiery industry, in matter of 
recommendation of Industry Committee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in 
Hosiery Industry, effective Sept. 18, 1939, and Wage order, in matter of recom- 
mendation of Industry Committee No. 21 for Minimum Wage Rates in Seamless 
Hosiery Industry, effective Sept. 15, 1941. [1941.] 7 p. [Title 29, chap. 5, 
Code of Federal regulations, pt. 551 and pt. 603.] t L 20.8 : 551, 603 

Lamps. Wage order, minimum wage rates in portable lamp and shade industry, 
in matter of recommendation of Industry Committee No. 16 for Minimum Wage 
Rate in Portable Lamp and Shade Industry, effective July 1, 1941. [1941.] 
4 p. [Title 29, chap. 5, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 595. J t L 20.8 : 595 

Posters. Converted paper products wage order [on and after June 30, 1941 ; all 
lettered poster]. 1941. 22x14 in. t L20.9:P19 

Drug, medicine, and toilet preparations wage order [on and after July 7, 

1941; all lettered poster]. 1941 21.9X14 in. t L20.9:D84 

Portable lamp and shade wage order [on and after July 1, 1941 ; all lettered 

poster]. 1941. 22X14 in. t L20.9:L19 

Rubber products manufacturing wage order [on and after July 28, 1941 ; 

all lettered poster]. [1941.] 22x14 in. t L20.9:R82 

Textile wage order [on and after June 30, 1941 ; all lettered poster]. 1941. 

22X14 in. t L 20.9 :T 31/2 

Textiles. Wage order, minimum wage rates in textile industry, in matter of 
recommendation of Industrv Committee No. 25 for Minimum Wage Rates in 
Textile Industry, effective June 30, 1941. [1941.] [1] +3 p. [Title 29, chap. 5, 
Code of Federal regulations, pt. 599.] t L 20.8: 599 

Vegetables. Wage order, minimum wage rate in vegetable, fruit, and fruit juice 
canning industry in Puerto Rico, in matter of recommendations of Special 
Industry Committee for Puerto Rico for Minimum Wage Rate in Vegetable, 
Fruit, and Fruit Juice Canning Industry in Puerto Rico, effective Mar. 22, 1941. 
[1U41.] 4 p. [Title 29, chap. 5, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 593.] t 

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[From Annual report of librarian of Congress, fiscal year 1940.] f 
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Cost of limng. Effect of war on cost of living, selected list of references ; com- 
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Industrial mobilization, selected list of references; compiled by Anne L. Baden. 
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Nair. 3d edition. Reprinted 1941. 23 p. [This 1941 reprint includes addi- 
tion on page preceding p. 5.] * Paper, ICc. 
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Report. Division of Music [from report of chief, fiscal year 1940]. 1941. [1] + 
75 p. 2 pi. [From Annual report of librarian of Congress, fiscal year, 1940.] 
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MARITIME COMMISSION 

Ititcr-American Maritime Conference, Washington, D. C, Nov. 25-Dec. 2, 1940, 
report of delegates of United States. 1941. xiv+479 p. il. 2 pi. t 
L. C. card 41-51077 MC 1.2 : In 82 

Rules of procedure before Maritime Commission, in proceedings under regulatory 
provisions of shipping act, 1916, and related acts; Aug. 1, 1941. 1941. 
v+43p. t 
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Shipping. Report on employment of American steam and motor merchant vessels 
of 1,000 gross tons and over and estimated pprsnnnel for quarter ended June 30, 
1941 (excludes lake and river tonnage). [July 16, 1941.] [6] leaves, oblong 
8° (Report 300; Economics and Statistics Division.) [Processed.] t 

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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Controls (aircraft). Supplement to Comparison of automatic control systems 
[with list of references], by W. Oppelt ; [translation by J. Vanier from] 
Luftfahrtforschung, v. 17, no.' 2, Feb. 20. 1940. Washington, Aug. 1941. cover 
title, 15 p. 5 pi. 4° (Technical memorandums 966, supplement.) [Processed.] t 

Y 3.N 21/5 : 8/906/supp. 

Pumps. Design of jet pumps [with list of literature on jet pumps (ejectors, injec- 
tors)], by Gustav Fliigel ; [translation bv J. Vanier from] VDI-Forschungsheft 
395, Mar.-Apr. 1939. Washington, July 1941. cover title, 62 p. 4 pi. 4° (Tech- 
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Federal register. Federal register, v. 6, no. 149-170; Aug. 1-SO, 1941. [1941.] 
p. 3823-4501, il. 4° [Daily, except Sunday, Monday, and day following a legal 
holiday.] 
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1936 t'lrou-b Aug. 31. 1041, one hundred and thirty three (133> agencies have submitted 
documents for publication in the Federal register. Suitable indexes are issued monthly, 
quarterly. a'Hl annually. The bound volumes of the Federal register were discontinued 
on June 3. 1038. and have been replaced by the annual suppli ments to the Code of Federal 
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NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

NoTK. — T'^e separate decisions of the National Labor Relations Board are issued in 
printed form beginning with v. 3 and have been placed on a subscription basis (the decisions 
in V. 1 and 2 were mimeographed and distributed by the National Lnbor Relations Board). 
The separate deMsions. bosrinnins with v. 3. are obtainable from the Superintendent of 
Documents, Washington, D. C. ar a subscription price of $1.50 per volume (one volume 
covering a period of ar proximately 2 months) ; single copies usually 5c. The bound volumes 
of decisions and orders are also sold by the Superintendent of Documents at various prices, 
depending upon the size of the volume." 

Air Associates, Incorporated. No. 292, Oct. term, 1940, in circuit court of appeals 
for 2d circuit. National Labor Relations Board t-. Air Associates, Incorporated; 
petition of National Labor Relations Board for rehearing. [1941.1 cover title, 
lip. t LR 1.9 :Ai 71/3 

Amerirnv Rolling Mill Company. No. 8942, in circuit court of appeals for 6th 
circuit. O't. term, 1940. National Labor Relations Board v. American Rolling 
Mill Company, on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations 
Board ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, ii+18 
p. I LR 1.9 : Am 35 ro 

Arcade-Siivshive Company. Inc. No. 7.598. in United States Court of Appeals for 
District of Columbia, National Labor Relations Beard v. Arcade-S'unshine Com- 
pnny. Inc. ; petition for order to show cause and order to adjudge in contempt. 
[1941] cover title, 10 p. t LR 1.9 :Ar 21/4 

Boxcen Motor Coaches. Appendix to petitioner's brief, in circuit court of appeals 
for 5th circuit, no. 9968, National Labor Relations Board v. Bowen Motor 
Coaches, corporation; on petition to enforce order of National L-ibor Rplations 
Board. [1941.] cover title, ii-f 88 p. % LR 1.9 : B 675/4 

Condenser Corporation of Atnerica. No. 7683. in circuit court of appeals for 3d 
circuit. National Labor Relations Board v. Condenser Corporation of America 
and Cornell-Dubilier Electric Corporation, respondents, and Electrical Con- 
densers Union, Local B-1041, of International Brotherhood of Electrical Work- 
ers, intervenor on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations 
Board ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, iv-f 49 
p. t LR 1.9 : C 751 

Decisions. See, below, center head beginning Decisions. 

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Dixie Motor Coach Corporation. Appendix tapotifiouor's brief, in circuit court of 
appeals for Hth circuit, no. 9767, National Labor Relations Board v. Dixie Motor 
Coach Corporation and Sunshine Bus Lines, Inc. ; on pctitio-n for enforcement of 
order of National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, .SOO p. t 

LR 1.9 : D 642/2 

H oil i/irood-Mox well Compavy. No. 9731, in circuit court of appeals for 0th circuit, 
National Labor Relations Board v. IIollywood-INIaxwell Company, on petition 
for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board; reply brief of 
National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, ii-flO p. t 

LR 1.9 : H 729/2 

Kansas dtp Power d- Light Company. No. 445, original, in circuit court of appeals 
for 8th circuit, Kansas City Power & Light Company v. National Labor Rela- 
tions Board and Association of Employees of Kansas City Power & Light 
Company, intervenor ; petition to adjudge Kansas City Power & Light Company 
and its oilicers and agents in contempt and for other relief. [1941] cover title, 
i+62 p. t LR 1.9 : K 133/2 

Kramer Company. Appendix to petitioner's brief, in circuit court of api>eals for 
4th circuit, no. 4835, National Labor Relations Board t\ Louis Kramer, Henry 
Kramer, and Hilda Kramer, trading as Kramer Company; on petition to en- 
force order of National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title. [1]+35 
p. t LR 1.9 : K 86/2 

Milan Shirt Manufacturing Co. No. 8908, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit. 
Oct. term, 1940, National Labor Relations Board i\ Milan Shirt Manufacturing 
Co., on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board; 
brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1941.] cover title, iii+25 p. t 

LR 1.9 : M 589 

Decisions 

Note. — The following decision.? or orciprs issued in separate form are from the National 
Labor Relations Board Decisions and orders. 

Aluminum Alloy Casting Company. In matter of Jerry and Edythe Belanger, 
partners, doing business under fictitious name of Aluminum Alloy Casting Com- 
pany, and National Association of Die Casting Workers, Local 101, C. I. O., case 
no. R-2575, decided June 26. 1941: decision and direction of election. [1941.] 
6 p. ([Decision] 183.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/183 

Awerican Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey. In matter cf Cyclone Fence 
Division, North Chicago works, American Steel <& Wire Company of New Jersey 
and International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron 
Workers, A. F. of L., case no. R-2577, decided June 25, 1941 ; decision and direc- 
tion of election. [1941.] 6 p. ([Decision] 177.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/177 

Armour and Company. In matter of Armour and Company and Local Union 
No. 15, United Packinghouse Woi'kers of America, Packin.ghouse Workers Or- 
ganizing Committee, affiliated with Congress of Industrial Organizations, case 
no. C-1741, decided June 10, 1941 ; decision and order. [1941.] 27 p. ([Deci- 
sion] 104.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/104 

Atlas Press Company. In matter of Atlas Press Company and Steel Workers Or- 
ganizing Committee, affiliated with Congress of Industrial Organizations, case 
no. C-1796, decided June 19, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 32 p. ([Deci- 
sion] 147.) ^ [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/147 

Birmingham Boiler d Engineering Company. In matter of Birmingham Boiler 
& Engineering Company and International Association of Bridge. Structural 
and Ornamental Iron Workers, Shopmen Local 5.39, case no. R-2-166; certifica- 
tion of representatives, June 24, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 174.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/174 

Borden Mills, Inc. In matter of Borden Mills, Inc., and Textile Workers Union 
of America, case no. R-2384 : supplemental decision and order, June 26, 1941. 
[1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 181.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/181 

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Day, Ray, Piston Corporation. In matter of Ray Day Piston Corporation and 
International Union, United Automobile Woriiers of America, affiliated with 
Congress of Industrial Organizations, ease no. R-2456, decided Apr. 25, 1041; 
decision and direction of election. [1941.] 4 p. ([Decisionl r)3.) [From 
V. 31.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 31/53 

Feigenspan, Christian. Brewinn Co. In matter of Christian Feigenspan Brewing 
Co. and United Window Trimmers & Displaymen's Union, Local <M(). A. F. of L , 
case no. R-2257 : supplemental decision and direction, June 26, 1941. [1941.] 
3 p. ( [Decision] 184.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/184 

Fischer Lumber Company, Inc. In matter of Fischer Lumber Company, Inc., and 
International Woodworkers of America, Local No. 247, affiliated with Congress 
of Industrial Organizations, case no R-247r) ; certification of representatives, 
June 26, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 185.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/185 

Gantner & Mattem Co. In matter of Gantner & Mattern Co. and Knitgoods 
Workers Union Local No. 191, International Ladies' Garment Workers Union; 
in matter of [same] and Building Service Employees Union, Local No. 87 of 
San Francisco, A. F. of L., cases nos. C-1782 and C-1783. decided June 17, 
1941; decision and order. [1941.] 19 p. ([Decision] 135.) [Fnmi v. 32] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/135 

Ovonjia Power Company. In matter of Georgia Power Company and Utility 
Workers Organizing Committee, case no. R-2536, decidefl June 17, 1941; de- 
cision and order. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 125.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/125 

Great Lakes Engineering Works. In matter of Great Lakes Engineering Works 
and Down River Shipbuilders Association, case no. R-2r)92, decided June 18, 
1941; decision and order. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 137.) IFrrm v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/137 

Heilig Bros. Co. In matter of Heilig Bros. Co. and Local Union No. 2151, Steel 
Workers' Organizing Committee, case no. C-1C09. decided June 10. 19^11 : decision 
and order. [1941.] 31 p. ( [Decision] 103.) [From v. 32.] *Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/103. 

Hewitt Riidher Corporation. In matter of Hewitt Rubber Corporation and 
United Rubber Workers of America, Local No. 188, case no. R-2,526; cerffi^-a- 
tion of representatives, June 23, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 164) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/164 

Larupl Knitwear Company. In matter of Lampl Knitwear Company, partnership, 
and Cleveland Joint Board, International Ladies' Garment Workers Union; in 
matter of Lampl Sportswear Manufacturing Company and [same] ; in matter 
of Carl Knit Sportswear Co., partnership, and [same] ; in matter of Lewis 
Knitting Mills, partnership, and [same], cases nos. C-1885 to C-188S, decided 
June 24, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 7 p. ([Decision] 169.) [From 
V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. ' LR 1.8/a : 32/169 

Letz Manufacturing Company. In matter of Letz Manufacturing Company and 
Federal Labor Union No. 22226. affiliated with American Federation of Labor ; 
in matter of [same] and [samel, case no. R-1880 and C-1816, decided June 
10. 1941 ; decision and order. [1941.] 12 p. ( [Decision] 105.) [From v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/105 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia. In matter of Life Insurance Company of 
Virginia, Richmond, Va., and American Federation of Industrial and Ordinary 
Insurance Agents Union No. 22164, Richmond, Va. ; in matter of [same] and 
American Federation of Industrial and Ordinarv Insurance Agents Union No, 
22265, Columbus, Ga., cases nos. R-2440 and R-2441 ; certification of repre- 
sentatives, June 25, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 178.) [From v. .32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/178 

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Luders Marine Construction Company. In matter of Luders Marine Construction 
Company and International Association of Machinists, affiliated with American 
Federation of Labor, case no. R-2484 ; supplemental decision and order, June 
26,1941. [1941.] 2 p. ([Decision] 180.) [From v. 32.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/180 

MacLcUnn, Aldeii, Inc. In matter of Alden MacLellan, Inc., and Local 1099, 
International Association of Machinists, A. F. of L., case no. R-2461 ; supple- 
mental decision and certification of representatives, June 24, 1941. [1941.] 
2 p. ( [Decision] 173.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/173 

Old Colonel Distillcri/. In matter of Old Colonel Distillery and Distillery, 
Rectifying & Wine Workers International Union of America, attirated with 
A. F. of L., case no. R-2615 decided June 23. 1941; decision and direction of 
election. [1941.] 4 p. ( [Decision] 1G2.) [From v. 32.] * Pai)er, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/162 

Pacifir Orciihound Lines. In matter of Pacific Greyhound Lines and Brotherhood 
of Railroad Trainmen, Amaljramated Association of Street. Electric Railway 
and Motor Coach Employees of America, case no. RE-24, decided June 27, 1941 ; 
decision and certification of representatives. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 3.) 
[From V. 33.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 33/3 

Pej/ton Packing Company, Inc. In matter of Peyton Packing Company. Inc., and 
Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee, case no. C-17S9, decided June 
11. IWl : decision and order. [1941.] 16 p. ([Decision] 111.) [From v. 
32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/111 

Pidgcon Thomas Iron Company. In matter of Pidgeou Thomas Iron Company 
and Steel Workers Organizing Committee, case no. R-2499, decided June 5, 
1941: decision and direction of election. [1^41.] 8 p. ([Decision] 68.) 
[From T. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/68 

Rock Hill Body Company. In matter of Rock Hill Body Company and Rock Hill 
Local United Automobile Workers of America, case no. R-2573. decided June 
21. 1941: decision and direction of election. [1941.] 5 p. ([Decision] 157.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR l.S/a : 32/157 

, Ronnie Dress Co. In matter of Ronnie Dress Co., Louis Wolfe, Lillian Kravitz 
and Kate Kravitz Wolfe, Individually and as partners, doing business under 
firm name and style of Ronnie Dress Co., and South Jersey Joint Board, Inter- 
national Ladies' Garment Workers Union, case no. C-1891, decided Jinie 24, 
1941: decision and order. [1941.] 9 p. ([Decision] 168.) [From v. 32.] 
* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/168 

Sanders, J. C. Cotton Mill Company. Inc. In matter of J. C. Sanders Cotton 
Mill Company, Inc., and Textile Workers Union of America, atfiliated with 
C. I. O., case no. R-2412 ; supplemental decision and certification of representa- 
tives, June 26, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. ( [Decision] 186.) [From v. 32.] * Paper. 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/186 

Bhannon. Brothers Lumber Co. In matter of J. E. Shannon and wife, Anna Mae 
Shannon, partnership, doing business under firm name of Shannon Brothers 
Lumber Co. and International Woodworkers of America, C. I. O.. case no. 
R-2578. decided June 26, 1941 : decision and direction of election. [1941.] 4 p. 
([Decision] 182.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/182 

Sloss-Sheffield Steel d Iron Company. In matter of Sloss-Sheflield Steel & Iron 
Company and United OflSce and Professional Workers of America. C. I. O.. case 
no. R-2.")39. decided June 7. 1941 ; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 
7 p. ( [Decision] 129. ) [From v. 32.] *Paper, .5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/129 

6ulli7-nn ^fachinery Company. In matter of Sullivan Machinery Company and 
International I'nion, United Autcmiobile Workers of America. C. I. O., case 
no. R-2294 : supplemental decision and certification of representatives, June 
24, IJMl. [1941.] 3 p. ([Decision] 172.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR l.S/a : 32/172 

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Swift & Company. In matter of Swift & Company and Independent Packinghouse 
Union of South St. Joseph, Mo., case no. R-2058 ; 2d amendment to direction 
of election, June 24, 1941. 1941. 1 p. ([Decision] 171.) [From v. 32.] 

* Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/171 

Tidewater Express Limes, Inc. In matter of Tidewater Express Lines, Inc., and 
Freight Drivers & Helpers Local Union No. 557, case no. C-1768, decided June 
17, 1941 ; decision and order. [1941.] 17 p. ([Decision] 136.) [From v. 32.} 

♦ Paper, 5c. LR 1.8 ^a : 32/136 

Times-Picayune Publishing Company. In matter of Times-Picayune Publishing 
Company and International Typographical Union, unaffiliated, case no. C-1781, 
decided June 7, 1941; decision and order. [1941.] 22 p. ([Decision] 82.) 
[From V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/82 

Vincent Steel Process Company. In matter of Vincent Steel Process Company 
and International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, C. I. O., 
case no. R-2599, decided June 21, 1941 ; decision and direction of election. 
[1941.] 6 p. ([Decision] 158.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/158 

Ward. Montgomery, d Cotnpany. Incorporated. In matter of ]Montgomery Ward 
& Company, Incorporated, and United Mail Order and Retail Employees of 
Kansas City, Local 131, affiliated with United Retail and Wholesale Employees 
of America, C. I. O., case no. C-217, decided May 12, 1941 ; [supplemental 
decision and supplemental order]. [1941.] 38 p. ([Decision] 134.) [From 
V. 31.] * Paper, 10c. LR 1.8/a : 31/134 

Western Union Telefjraph Company. In matter of Western Union Telegraph 
Company and Telegraph Employees Independent Union; in matter of [same] 
and Local 55-B, American Communications Association, affiliated with C. I. O., 
cases nos. R-24S5 and R-2493 ; aMendment to decision and direction of election, 
June 25, 1941. 1941. 1 p. ([Decision] 86a.) [From v. 32.] * Paper. 5c. 

LR 1.8/a : 32/86a 

Whitin Machine Works. In matter of Whitin Machine Works and Alfred Lafer- 
riere, case no. C-1676, decided June 24, IMl ; decision and order. [1941.] 
8 p. ( [Decision] 175. ) [tYom v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/175 

Wurlitzer, Rudolph, Company. In matter of Rudolph Wurlitzer Company and 
Piano, Organ and Musical Instrument Workers' Union, Local No. 1190, case no. 
R-2437, decided May 28, 1941; decision and direction of election. [1941.] 
12 p. ([Decision] 35.) [From v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. LR 1.8/a : 32/35 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Landing-force manual, Navy, 1938; chap. 10, Ceremonies, and manual of the color, 
sword, and guidon. 1938 [reprint with changes 1941]. iii+55 p. 11. [Includes 
Changes 1-4. Issued with perforations.] * Paper, 10c. 

N 1.19 : L 23/938/chap.lO, rep. 

Specifications. General specifications for inspection of material; July 1. 1941. 
1941. v+15 p. 12° [Issued in loose-leaf form. Supersedes issue of Sept. 1. 
1934.] t N 1.22 :M 41/8/941 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU 

Medical compcnd for commanding officers of naval vessels to which no member of 
Medical Department of Navy is attached, to accompany medicine box. [Re- 
vised edition.] 1941.' iii-|-122 p. 1 pi. * Cloth, 60c. 
L. C. card 41-51005 N 10.2 : M 46/941 

Report. Annual report of surgeon general. Navy, chief of Bureau of Medicine 
and Surgery, to Secretary of Navy, concerning statistics of di.seases and injuries 
in Navy, calendar year 1989. 1941. iv+260 p. [Title on cover: Statistics of 
diseases and injuries in Navy, calendar year 1939.] t 
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Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Announcement to incoming freshmen, 
Navy, Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Department of Naval Science and 
Tactics. [1941.] 12 p. il. t N 17.2 :R 31/2 

Uniform regulations. Navy. ItMl. 1941. iii-f-100 p. 94 p. of pi. 4° [Supersedes 
Uniform regulations, 1J)22. Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, .$1.25. 

N 17.16/1 : Un 3/941 

HYDBOGRAPHIC OFFICE 

Note. — The cliarts, sailing directions, manuals, etc., of the Hydrographic Office are sold 
by the Office in Washington and also by agents at the principal American and foreign sea- 
ports and Anipricm laKe ports. Certain standard manuals of the Hydrngraphic Office 
aie also available through the Superintendent of Documents at list price. Copies of list 
of publications, reprints, and weekly Hydrographic bulletins and Notices to mariners are 
supplied f ri e only to those having delinite nted therefor on application at the Hydro- 
graphic Office in Washington and at the branch offices in Boston. New York. Philadelphia, 
Baltimore, Norfolk. Swann.nh. New Orloan.s. Galveston. San Francisco, San Pedro. Calif., 
San .luan. P. R., Captain of the Port. Panama Canal. Portland (Oreg.). Seattle, Honolulu, 
T. H., Chicago. Cleveland. Buffalo. Detroit. Sault Ste. Marie, and Duluth. New 1940 
General catalog of charts and publications mav be obtained from agents or the Hvdrographic 
Office at 60c. 

Ilydroaraphic bulletin, no. 2709-12; Aug. 6-27, 1941. [1941.] Each 1 p. various 
sizes. [Weekly.] t N 6.3 : 2709-2712 

Memorandum for aviators 15-17; Aug. 1-28, 1941. [1941.] Each 1 p. 4° 
[Proces.><ed.] t N 6.31 : 941/15-17 

iVofJce fo artnfo7-s no. 8; Aug. 1. 1941. [1941.] 9 leaves, 12° [Monthly. Issued 
with perforations.] $ 
li. C. card 29-26958 N 6.25 : 941/8 

Notice to mariners, no. 32-35; Aug. 6-27, 1941. [1941.] [xi] +626-724+ [viii] 
leaves, 4° [Weekly.] t N 6.11 : 941/32-35 

Tide calendars. Monthly tide calendar. Savannah, Ga. [etc.], Sept. 1941. [1941.] 
1 p. f ° [The tabulated matter is processed.] t N 6.22/3 : 941/9 

Tide calendar for Hampton Roads (naval-base), Aug. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. f° 

[Monthly. Processed.] t Branch Hydrographic Office, Custom House, Nor- 
folk, Va. N 6.22/1 : 941/8 

Same. Sept. 1941. [1941.] 1 p. f [Monthly. Processed.] t Branch 

Hydrographic Office, Custom House, Norfolk, Ya. N 6.22/1 : 941/9 

Charts 

Bab el Mandeb and approaches from Jabal Zuqar I. to Aden. Red Sea and Gulf of 
Aden, from British and Italian surveys to 1935; no. 2819. Natural scale 
1 : 300.000 at lat. 13°10'. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, May 1941. 
32 X 48 in. t 80c. N 6.18 : 2819 

Insets : 

Assab, Baia di. from Itiilian survey in 10.^4 

Karassoli. Baia di. from Italian survey in 1934. 

P.eiUil, Baia di. from Italian survey in 1934. 

Mocha Road, from British survey in 1882. 

I'erini Harbor, from British surveys between 1874 and 1918. 

Duala Harbor, Cameroon River, west coast of Africa, from German surveys be- 
tween 1891 and 1913. and French surveys to 1929; no. 2490. Scale naut. 
m.=4.9 in., natural scale 1:15,000. Washington. D. C, Hydro.graphic Office, 
published May 1908, .5th edition. May 1941. 27X20 in. t 20c. N 6.18 : 2490 

Inset : Anibas Bay, Cameroon, from British survey in 1916. 

Forikaria River. Entrances to Forikaria (Foricarriah). Mellakori (Mellacoree), 
and Tanna Rivers, French Guinea, west coast of Africa, from British and 
French surveys between 192^ and 1988; no. 2.3.56. Scale naut. m.=l in., natural 
scale 1:73,.3.31. Washington. D. C, Plvdrographic Office, published Nov. 1906, 
3d edition. May 1941. 25X34 in. t 40c. N 6.18 : 23-56 

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August 1941 1201 

Gabon River, Equatorial Africa, west coast of Africa, from French surveys to 
1891, with additions to 1939; no. 2373. Natural scale 1 : 99,613. Washington, 
D. C. Hydrographic Office, published Dec. 1906, 5th edition, June 1941. 25X39 
in. t4Uc. N 6.18: 2373 

Inset : Libreville Anchorage, from survey by Libreville Public Works in 1938. 

Great Exuma. Harbors of Great Exuma, Bahama Islands, W. I., from British 
survey in 1837, scale naut. m.=2.5 in., natural scale 1:30,000; Nurse Channel, 
Bahama Islands, W. I., from British survey in 1841, scale naut. m.=4 in., 
natural scale 1 : 18,000 : no. 340. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic OfBce, pub- 
lished Apr. 1898, 5th edition, June 1941. 38X25 in. f 50c. N 6.18 : 340 

Mercury Bay, North Island, east coast, New Zealand, from British survey in 1938 ; 
no. 3367. Scale naut. m.=1.8 in., natural scale 1 : 40,000. Washington, D. C, 
Hydrographic OfBce, published Apr. 1925, 2d edition. May 1941. 20X26 in. t30c. 

N 6.18 : 3367 

Mua Anchorage. Mua and Mata Utu Anchorages, Wallis Islands, He Uea, south 
Pacific Ocean, from French survey in 1877, with additions to 1900; no. 2019. 
Scale naut. m.=3.7 in., natural scale 1:20,000. Washington, D. C, Hydro- 
graphic Office, published Mar. 1903, 4th edition, June 1941. 35X31 in. t 60c. 

N 6.18 : 2019 
Inset: Wallis Islands (lies Uea), south Pacific Ocean, from French surveys in 1877, 
with additions to 1900. 

Niger River. Mouths of Niger River, Gulf of Guinea, Africa, west coast ; no. 2289. 
Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, published June 1906, 3d edition, June 
1941. 25X39 in. t 50e. N 6.18: 2289 

Includes : 

Brass River, from British survey in 1904. 

Nun Entrance, from British surveys in 1933 and 1936. 

Pilot charts. Pilot chart of Cyentral American waters, Sept. 1941; no. 3500. 

Scale 1° long.=0.7 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, Aug. 13. 1941. 

23X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 

Weather Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.24: 941/9 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Cyclonic storms [edition no. 3]. 

Pilot chart of Indian Ocean. Oct. 1941: no. 2603. Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. 

Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, Aug. 11, 1941. 22x31 in. [Monthly. 
Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] t 10c. 

N 6.17: 941/10 
NoTK. — Contains on reverse: Great circle sailing chart of Indian Ocean, [with] Sup- 
plementary method for finding courses. 

Pilot chart of north Atlantic Ocean, Sept. 1941; no. 1400. Scale 1° long.= 

0.27 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, Aug. 15, 1941. 23X37 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnLshed by the Weather 
Bureau.] t lUc. 

L. C. card 14-16339 N 6.15/1 : 941/9 

NOTE. — Contains on reverse : Great circle sailing chart of north Atlantic Ocean, [with] 
Supplementary method for finding courses. 

Pilot chart of north Pacific Ocean, Oct. 1941 ; no. 1401. Scale 1" long. =0.2 

in. Washington. D. C, Hydrographic Office, Aug. 14, 1941. 24x35 in. 
[Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather 
Bureau.] t 10c N 6.16: 941/10 

NOTE. — Contains on reverse : Great circle sailing chart of north Pacific Ocean, [with] 
Supplementary method for finding courses. 

Pilot chart of upper air, north Atlantic Ocean, Aug. 1941 ; no. 1400a. 

Scale 1° long.=0.27 in. Washington, D. C, Hydrographic Office, July 16, 1941. 
23x32 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] t 10c. N 6.28:941/8 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Cyclonic storms [edition no. 3]. 

Same, Sept. 1941 ; no. 1400a. Scale 1° long. =0.27 in. Washington, D. C, 

Hydrographic Office, Aug. 15, 1941. 23X32 in. [Monthly. Certain portions 
of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.28 : 941/9 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Civil airways of United States and Canada, effective June 
1, 1941, Civil Aerdiiautics .\dniinisiratlon, Department of Commerce; [map]. 

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1202 Government Publications 

Pilot charts — Continued. 

Pilot cliart of upper air, nortli Pacific Ocean, Sept. 1941 ; no. 1401a. Scale 

1° long. =^0.2 iu. Washington, D. C, Hjdrographic Oflice, July 10, 1941. 
24X35 in. [Monthlj-. Certain portions of the data are furnished by the 
Weather Bureau.] t 10c. N 6.29: 941/9 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Cyclonic storms [edition no. 3]. 

Same, Oct. 1941; no. 1401a. Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. Washington, D. C, 

Hydrographic Otiice, Aug. l.">, 1941. 24x3.5 in. [Monthly. Certain portions 
of the data are furnished by the Weather Piureau.] t 10c. N 6.29 : 941/10 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Civil airways of United States and Canada, effective June 
1, 1U41, Civil Aeronautics Administration, Department of Commerce; Imap]. 

Syracuse Harhor (Porto di Siracusa), Sicily, east coast, Mediterranean Sea, from 
latest Iraliau surveys; no. 4058. Scale 1,500 yds.=5.4 in., natural scale. 
1 : 10.000. Washington, D. C, Hvdrographic Office, published Mar. 1920, 3d 
edition, May ISMl. 27x21 in. t 30c. N 6.18: 4058 

SHIPS BUREAU 

Bearings {nwchinery). Instructions for operation and maintenance of bearings 
and shafting ; reprint of chap. 9 of Manual of engineering in.-^tructions. Itevised 
Jan. 1929. reprinted [with changes] Mav 1941. [l]+l-16A+17-25 p. il. 
* Paper, 10c. N 29.11 : 9/941 

Measuring instruments. Manual of engineering instructions: chap. 23. Measuring 
instruments. Revised Dec. 1D3S, reprinted [with changes] Apr. 1941. i+52 
p. il. [Issued in loose-leaf form for use of the service. This chapter lias also 
been issued for sale in pamphlet form with title. Instructions for operation and 
maintenance of mea.suring instruments, for which see Mon'hlv caa'og for 
July 1941, p. 1068.] J N 29.il : 23/1-2/Ml 

Tables of engineering data : reprint of chap. 39 of Manual of engineering instruc- 
tions. Revi.sed July 1941. 1941. [l]+35p. il. *Paper, 10c. N 29.11 : 39/941 

SUPPLtES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Government supplies. Navy Department specifications and Federal specifications, 
monthly bulletin, Julv 1, 1941. 1&41. [l]+7 p. 12° [Issued with iierfora- 
tions.] t N 20.20: 941/7 

Memoranda. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts memoranda 466; July 1, 1941. 
[July 1941.] iii-f93 p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in 
Memoranda, 1931. A processed Errata, 1 p. oblong 24", was issued also.] J 

N 20.7/1 : 466 



PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Note — The Pan American T'nion sell-; irs own inn<:f-ated monthly Bulletin. ho"klets. and 
other puhlic.ntions. at prires ranging from 5c. to $1.50. The price of any edition of the 
Bulletin Is 15c. a single copy, the English edition is $1.50 a year, the Spani.--h edi'ion $1.00 
a year, tlu' Portuguese edition .$1.00 a year; there i.*! an additional charge of T.'ic. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the Pan American Union. Address the Pan American 
Union, Washington, D. C. 

Brazil [foreign trade of Brazil for 1939 and 1910]. Pan American Union. Wash- 
ington. D. C, 1941. cover title, 16 p. il. (Foreign trade series no. 188.) 
)■ Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 23-6434 PA 1.19 : 188 

Bulletin {Engli.'th edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union. Aug. 1941; [v. 75, 
no. S]. [1941.1 cover title, [4] +437-496 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. 
L. C. card 8-30967 PA 1.6 : e 75/8 

Same. (H. doc. 42, pt. 8, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) 

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August 1941 1203 

Bulletin — Continued. 

(Porfurjiicse edition). Boletiui da Uniao Panamericana, agosto, 1941; 

[v. 43, no. 8]. [1941.] cover title, [4] +337-388 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, 
see note above under center head. 

L. O. card 11-27014 PA 1.6 : p 43/8 

(Spanish edition). Boletin de la Union Panamericana, agosto 1941; [v. 

75, no. 8]. [1941.] cover title, [4] +487-496 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, 
see note above under center head. 

L. C. card 12-12555 PA 1.6 : s 75/8 

Commercial Pan America, monthly revievp of commerce and finance, Apr.- June 
1941 ; v. 10, nos. 4-6. 1941. [3] +91-315 leaves, 4° [Processed. Three num- 
bers issued as one publication. Title is : Annual economic survey of Latin 
America, 1940.] fPaper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. (either English or Spanish 
edition). 
L. C. card PA 38-8 PA 1.45 : e 10/4-6 

Ouatemala [foreign trade of Guatemala for 1938 and 1939]. Pan American Union, 
Washington, D. C, 1941. cover title, 11 p. il. (Foreign trade series no. 190.) 
tPaper, 5c. 
L. C. card 13-6844 PA 1.19 : 190 

Mufic. Bio-bibliographical index of musicians in United States from colonial 
times: prepared by District of Columbia Historical Records Survey, Work 
Projects Administration. June 1941. cover title, [2]+xxiii+439 p. 4" (Music 
series 2; Music Division.) [Processed. Preliminary pages are in English, 
Spanish, and Portuguese.] t 
L. C. card 41-139!J3 PA 1.51 : 2 

Partial list of Latin American music obtainable in United States, with 

supplementary list of books and selective list of phonograph records; compiled 
by Gilbert Chase. Mar. 1941. [l]+iii+36 leaves, 4° (Music series 1; Music 
Division.) [Pi'ocessed] t 

L. C. card 41-9126 PA 1.51 : 1 

Nicaragua [foreign trade of Nicaragua for 1938 and 1939]. Pan American Union, 
Washington, D. C, 1941. cover title, 15 p. il. (Foreign trade series no. 189.) 
tPaper, 5e. 
L. C. card 20-21429 PA 1.19: 189 

youth. La juventud y la desocupaciOn en los Estados Unidos ; [por] Aubrey 
Williams. [1941.] "p. 275-280, il. [Del Boletin de la Union Panamericana, 
mayo 1941. ] t PA l.e/a : Y 8 

PANAMA CANAL 

Note. — Although The Panama Canal makes its reports to, and is under the supervision of, 
the Stcretary of War, it is not a part of the War Department. 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 

Survei/s Section. Manual of surveying practice of Section of Surveys Office, 
Engineering Division, Department of Operation and Maintenance, The Panama 
Canal, also miscellaneous information concerning timekeeping, hours of work, 
report of injury, accuracy of work, etc. Panama Canal Press, Mount Hope, 
C. Z., 1941. 41 p. 16" I W 79.2 : Su 7/941 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Mail contracts. Advertisement inviting proposals for carrying mails of United 
States on steamboat or other powerboat routes in Alaska, July 1, Ifl42-June 
SO, 1946. July 15, 1941. iii+17 p. [Proposals received until Dec. 19, 1941.] t 

P 1.23 : Al 1 s/942-46 

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Mail matter. Cost ascertainment: Instruction letter L, Measurement and ap- 
portionment of floor space; July 1, 1941. [1941.] 2 p. t P4.5:L/14 

Postal account.'^. Statement of postal receipts at 50 industrial oflBces, July 1941. 
[1941.] 1 p. f (od Assistant Postmaster General.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t P 4.8:941/7 

Statement of postal receipts at 50 selected offices, July 1941. [1941.] 

1 p. f* (3d Assistant Postmaster General.) [Monthly. Processed.] $ 

P 4.9 : 941/7 

Postal hiilletin, v. 62, no. 18252-272; Aug. 1-29, 1941. [1941.] various paging, 
r [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.] * Paper, He. single 
copy, $2.00 a yr. 
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MONEY ORDERS DIVISION 

Money orders. Register of money-order post offices in Antigua, Bahamas, Bar- 
bados, Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras, British Virgin Islands, 
Canada, Canal Zone, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Moutserrat, Nevis, 
Newfoundland, Philippine Islands, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and Trini- 
dad and Tobago, also Mexico f