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JULY 1944 




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Contents 



Page 

Abbreviations, Explanation iv 

Alphabetical List of Grovernment 

Authors V 

General Information 727 

Notes of General Interest 730 

Corrections for Previous Monthly 

Catalogs 730 

New Classification Numbers 731 

Congressional Set 733 

Monthly Catalog 735 



Abbreviations 



Amendment, amendments amdt., amdts. 

Appendix app. 

Article, articles art. 

Chapter, chapters ..chap. 

Congress Cong. 

Department Dept. 

Document doc. 

Facsimile, facsimiles facsim. 

Folio - f» 

House H. 

House bill H. R. 

House concurrent resolution H. Con. Res. 

House document H. doc. 

House executive document H. ex. doc. 

House joint resolution H. J. Res. 

House report H. rp. 

House resolution (simple) H. Res. 

Illustration, illustrations il. 

Inch, Inches _.. in. 

Latitude lat. 

Longitude long. 

Mile, miles m. 

Month.. mo. 

Nautical mile naut. m. 

No date n. d. 

No place n. p. 

Number, numbers no., nos. 

Octavo 8» 

Page, pages p. 



Part, parts. pt.,pt8. 

Plate, plates pi. 

Portrait, portraits por. 

Quarto .4* 

Report rp. 

Saint St. 

Section, sections sec. 

Senate, Senate bill 8. 

Senate concurrent resolution 8. Con. Res. 

Senate document _8. doc. 

Senate executive document S. ex. doc. 

Senate Joint resolution... S. J. Res. 

Senate reports 8. rp. 

Senate resolution (simple) S. Res. 

Session, sessions sess. 

Sixteenmo 16« 

Statutes at large. ...Stat.L. 

Supplement, supplements.. supp., supps. 

Table, tables tab 

Tax Court. T. C 

Thirty-twomo 32« 

Treasury Trea*. 

Twelvemo.. 12* 

Twenty-fourmo 24» 

Versus ..M., • 

Volume, volumes v 

Yard, yards yd., yds. 

Year yr. 



Explanation 



Words and figures enclosed in brackets [ ] are given for Information, but do 
not appear on the title pages of the publications cataloged. When place and 
printer are not given, it is to be understood that the publication Is printed at 
the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C; if processed, 
publisher is issuing office. When size is not given, octavo is to be understood. 
Size of maps is approximate, measurement being made from outer edge of border, 
excluding margin. The dates, Including day, month, and year, given with Senate 
and House documents and reports are the dates on which they were ordered to be 
printed. Usually the printing promptly follows the ordering, but various causes 
sometimes make delays. 

The word "processed" as used in this catalog indicates publications which are 
reproduced by duplicating processes other than ordinary printing, e. g., mimeo- 
graph, multigraph, planograph, rotaprlnt, multilith. Processed publications are 
not obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents and requests for them, if 
they are available, should be addressed to the issuing office. 

Under provisions of the Printing Act of January 12, 1895. all Government publi- 
cations are entered in the Monthly Catalog. However, press releases and admin- 
istrative, regional, and confidential publications are omitted. 

The L. C. card number appended to some of the entries is for those libraries 
ordering printed cards from the library of Congress. The number at the ex- 
treme right of an entry indicates the classification of the publication in the 
Office of the Superintendent of Documents. 

IV 



Alphabetical List of Government Authors 

Page 

Accounts Coiuniittee, House 762 

Acquisitions Department 832 

Adjutant General's Department 881 

Administrative Office of United States Courts 735 

Aeronautics Bureau •- 837 

Agricultural Adjustment Agency 743 

Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry Bureau 737 

Agricultural Economics Bureau 736 

Agricultural Research Administration 737 

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, Senate 782 

Agriculture Committee, House . 762 

Agriculture Department ^--_- 735 

Alien Property Custodian Office 847 

American Battle Monuments Commission 746 

American Historical Association 855 

American Small Business, Special Committee to Study Problems of, 

Senate " 782 

Animal Industry Bureau 738 

Appropriations Committee, House 763 

Appropriations Committee, Senate 782 

Army Air Forces 873 

Army-Navy-Civil Committee on Aircraft Design Criteria 747 

Army Service Forces 876 

Banking and Currency Committee, House 764 

Banking and Currency Committee, Senate '. 783 

Board of Trustees of Federal Old- Age and Survivors Insurance Trust 

Fund ■ 747 

Bonneville Power Administration.. 804 

Budget Bureau 846 

Census Bureau 748 

Children's Bureau 828 

Civil Aeronautics Administration 751 

Civil Aeronautics Authority 751 

('ivil Aeronautics Board 751 

Civil Service Commission 747 

Civil Service Committee, House 764 

Civil Service Committee, Senate ._^ 784 

( "ivilian Defense Office 847 

(Uaims Committee, House '. 764 

Claims Committee, Senate 784 

Coast and ( ieodetic Survey 75 1 

Coast Guard 837 

Commerce Committee, Senate 788 

C^ommerce Department - 748 

Commodity Credit Corporation 743 

V 



VI Government Publications 

Page 

Conference Committees 758 

Congress — 755 

Coordinator of Inter- American Affairs Office 848 

Copyright OfTice 832 

Court of Claims >. 795 

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 797 

Dairy Industry Bureau 738 

Distribution Office 744 

District of Columbia . 797 

District of Columbia Committee, House 769 

District of Columbia Committee, Senate , 789 

Documents Office 804 

Economic Stabilization Offi6e 848 

Education and Labor Committee, Senate — 789 

Education Office 799 

Emergency Management Office 847 

Employees' Compensat ion Commission 797 

Employment Security Bureau 802 

Engineer Depart meirt 884 

Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau 738 

Executive Agencies, Special Committee to Investigate, House 769 

Executive Papers, Joint Committee on Disposition of 761 

Expenditures in P^xecutive Departments Committee, House 769 

Experiment Stations Office 739 

Extension Service 745 

Farm Credit Administration 741 

Farm Security Administration 745 

Federal Communications Commission 798 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 798 

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration 834 

Federal Housing Administration 834 

Federal Power Commission 798 

Federal Register Division 833 

Federal Reserve System Board of Governors 799 

Federal Security Agency 799 

Federal Standard Stock Catalog Division 863 

Federal Trade Commission 803 

P"'ederal Works Agency 803 

Finance Committee, Senate 789 

Fiscal Service 862 

Fish and Wildlife Service 805 

Food and Drug Administration 800 

Foreign Affairs Committee, House 770 

Foreign Agricultural Relations Office 741 

Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau 751 

P'oreign Economic Administration 848 

Foreign Relations Committee, Senate 789 

Forest Service 74 1 

General Accounting Office 803 

Geological Survey 805 

Government Printing Office 804 

House of Representatives 761 



July 1944 vii 

Page 

Human Nutrition and Home Economics Bureau 740 

Hydrographic Office 838 

Immigration Committee, Senate 790 

Indian Affairs Committee, House 770 

Indian Affairs Committee, Senate 790 

Information Office 742 

Inland Waterways Corporation 752 

Insular Affairs Committee, House 770 

Interdepartmental War Savings Bond Committee 862 

Interior Department 804 

Internal Revenue Bureau 863 

Interoceanic Canals Committee, Senate — 790 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, House 771 

Interstate Commerce Commission 811 

Interstate Commerce Committee, Senate 790 

Invalid Pensions Committee, House 772 

Irrigation and Reclamation Committee, House 772 

Irrigation and Reclamation Committee, Senate 790 

Judge Advocate General -_ 837 

Judge Advocate General's Department 882 

Judiciary Committee, House 772 

Judiciary Committee, Senate 790 

Justice Department 819 

Labor Department . 828 

Labor Standards Division 828 

Labor Statistics Bureau 829 

Library Committee, House _- 773 

Library of Congress 832 

Library of Department of Agriculture 743 

Marine Corps 837 

Maritime Commission 832 

Medical Department 882 

Medicine and Surgery Bureau 837 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, House 773 

Military Affairs Committee, House 774 

Military Affairs Committee, Senate : 791 

Mines and Mining Committee, House 775 

Mines Bureau 809 

Morale Services Division . 882 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 833 

National Archives 833 

National Bureau of Standards 752 

National Defense Program, Special Committee Investigating, Senate 793 

National Housuig Agency 834 

National Labor Relations Board 834 

National Park Service 811 

National Railroad Adjustment Board . 836 

Naval Affairs Conunittee, House 775 

Naval Affairs Committee, Senate 793 

Naval Operations Office 838 

Naval Personnel Bureau 839 

Navy Department 836 

Ordnance Bureau 839 



VI 11 



G()Vi;i{NMKNT 1*1 lU.ICATIONS 



Ordnanco I)(>|)iirt m(>iit 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 

Pan American Union 

Patent Office 

Patents Committee, House 

Personnel Office 

Plant Indu.strj^ Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau 

Post Office and Post Roads Committee, House 

Post Office Department 

Post Offices and Post Roads Committee, Senate 

Post- War P^conomic Policj' and Planning, Special Committee on, Senate. 

Po-it-War Military Polio>', Select Committee on, House 

President of United States 

Price Administration Office 

Printing Committee, House 

Privileges and Elections Committee, Senate 

Procurement Division -. 

Production Office 

Public Assistance Bureau 

Public Buildings Administration — 

Public Buildings and Grounds Committee, House - 

Public Buildings and Grounds Committee, Senate 

Public Health Service 

Public Lands and Surveys Committee, Senate- 

Public Lands Committee, House 

Public Roads Administration 

Railroad Retirement Board 

Railway Mail Service 

Reclamation Bureau 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation 

Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures Joint Committee 

Research and Statistics Division 

Roads Committee, House 

Rules Committee, House 

Rules Committee. Senate 

Rural Electrification Administration 

Securities and Exchange Commission 

Selective Service Systen^ 

Senate ^ 

Ships Bureau 

Smithsonian Institution 

Social Security Board 

Soil Conservation Service 

Solicitor, Labor Department ^ 

Solid Fuels Administration for War 

State Department 

Supplies and Accounts Bureau 

Supreme Court 

Surplus War Property Administration 

Tariff Commission 

Tax Court . 

Tennessee Valley Authority 

Topography Division _ 



Page 
883 
843 
843 
753 
777 
743 
740 
777 
844 
794 
794 
777 
845 
849 
777 
794 
863 
746 
802 
803 
778 
794 
800 
795 
778 
803 
853 
844 
811 
754 
781 
865 
779 
779 
795 
743 
853 
854 
781 
839 
854 
800 
746 
831 
811 
855 
839 
857 
853 
859 
859 
861 
844 



July 1944 ix 

Page 

Transportation Investigation and Research Board 861 

Treasurer of United States 862 

Treasury Departmen t 862 

Veterans Administration 866 

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions 831 

War Department ._ 866 

War Finance Division 865 

War Food Administration 743 

War Information OfTice , ._ 851 

War Manpower Commission 852 

War Mobilization Office 953 

War Production Board _. 853 

Ways and Means Committee, House 781 

Weather Bureau 754 

Women's Bureau 831 



General Information 

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

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

The sales stock, which amounts to more than 8 million, includes approximately 
65,000 different titles. Many rare books are included, but under the law all must 
be sold regardless of their age or scarcity. Many of the books have been In stock 
some time, and are apt to be shopworn. In filling orders the best copy available 
is sent. 

PEICB LISTS 

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

LIST OF SEXECrED PUBLICATIONS 

In addition to the price lists, the Documents OflBce issues a semimonthly List of 
selected United States Government publications for sale by the Superintendent 
of Documents. Each list is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with annotations 

and prices, and may be obtained free upon application to the Superinqtendeat of 
Documents. 

CXJNGBESSIONAI. BILLS, DOCUMENTS, AND BEP0BT8 

More than 12,000 different bills are usually introduced during a session of 
Congress, and there are additional prints on many during the progress of the legis- 
lation. With the exception of a very few — such as revenue bills — the demand is an 
unknown quantity and on most of them we receive no orders, which makes It 
impossible to print a sales supply. It may be that a copy could be obtained from 
your Congressman. 

A diflflcult problem is also presented in providing a supply of congressional 
documents and reports because there are usually more than 6,000 of this class 
of publications Issued during a Congress and only a few of them are called for. 
We will attempt to print for sale a few of the more important ones, but if not 
priced the only possible source would be from your Congressman. 

HOW TO ORDER PUBLICATIONS 

Pnblicationa entered in this catalog that are for sale by the Superintendent 
of Docnmenta are indicated by a star (*) preceding the price. A dagger (t) 
Indicates that application should be made to the department, bureau, or division 

727 



728 (lOVERNMENT I'uBLICATIONS 

Issuing the document. A double dagger (t) indicates that the document is 
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concerning the method of procuring a document seems necessary, it will be found 
under the name of the bureau by which it was published. 

In ordering a publication from the Superintendent of Documents, give (if 
known) the name of the publishing department, bureau or division, and the title, 
together with the classification number which is added to the entry at the extreme 
right; order the congressional documents and reports by the title, together with 
the document or report number and the (Congress and session, e. g., H. doc. 422, 
78-2. 

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

HOW TO REMIT 

Remittances for the documents marked with a star {*) should be made to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Otlicc, "Washington 25, 
D. C, by coupon, postal money order, express order, or check. Currency may 
be sent at sender's risk. Foreign remittances should be made either by inter- 
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Foreign money, defaced or smooth coins, will not be accepted. Do not send 
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For the convenience of the general public, coupons in the denomination of 5c 
that are good until used in exchange for Government publications sold by the 
Superintendent of Documents may be purchased from his office. Address order 
to Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to points in United 
States and possessions, or to Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Newfoundland (including 
Labrador), and certain Central and South American countries. To other coun- 
tries the regular rate of postage is charged, and remittances must cover such post- 
age. In computing foreign posta^'o, add one-third of the price of the publication. 

TO T.inBARIANS 

The number given at the extreme right of each entry (except for congres- 
sional documents and reports) is the classification number by which the pub- 
lication is arranged in the Library and in the sales stock of the Office of the 
Superintendent of Documents. It can be used as a classification number by 
such libraries as are using, for the departmental publications, the arrangement 
of public documents advocated in the Check list of United States public docu- 
ments, 17SD-1009. In using this number as a classification number in a library. 
It should be noted that the shilling mark (/) is used to separate what would 
ordinarily be a superior or inferior number (the numbers immediately following 
the line) from the main classification number, it iiot being practicable to print 
these numbers as superiors or inferiors in the Monthly catalog. 

LIBR.VRY OF CONGRESS CARDS 

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the left with "L. C. card" prefixed. Do not confuse with the Documents Office 
classification number given at the right. Orders for these cards, remittances 
In payment for them, and requests for information about them should be ad- 
dressed to the Card Division, Library of Congress, not to the Superintendent 
of Documents. Checks or money orders should be made payable to the Librarian 
of Congress. 



July 1944 729 



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INDEX 

An Index to the Monthly catalog will be issued at the end of the calendar 
year. This will contain index entries for all the numbers issued from January 
to December, and can be bound with the numbers as an index to the TOlume. 
Persons desiring to bind the catalog at the end of the year should be careful 
to retain the numbers received monthly, as duplicate copies cannot be supplied. 



Notes of General Interest 

Economic Stabilization Office 

The OflSce of Economic Stabilization was established in the Office for Emergency 
Management of the Executive Office of the President by Executive order 9250 of 
Oct. 3, 1942. An Economic Stabilization Board was established in the Office 
of Economic Stabilization by the same order. 

Surplus War Property Administration 

Under the provisions of Executive order 9425 of Feb. 19, 1944, the Surplus War 
Property Administration was established in the Office of War Mobilization, within 
the Office for Emergency Management of the Executive Office of the President. 



Corrections for Previous Monthly Catalogs 

February 1944. On page 211, under subhead "Ordnance provision system", 
"A-32", 1st line, change "'submarine" to read "submachine". 

May 1944. On page 494, under subhead "'Torres, Ernst", 2d line, change "Joseph 
Moss" to read "Joseph Moos". 

June 1944. On page G76, under svibhead "Polk County, loica", 4th line, change 
"Bettina Conat" to read "Bettina Conant", and Oth line, following "Processed" 
add "Author's name incori-ectly given <in p. ii as Bettina Conat"; on page 699, 
under subhead "Opinions", 3d entry from top of page, 2d line, change "Calvin 
Tompkins Company" to read "Calvin Tomkins Company". 

730 



New Classification Numbers 



Foreign Agricultural Relations Office. 

A67.8":('T Foreign crops and markets (separates). 

Agricultural Conservation and Adjustment Ad- 
ministration. 

Agricultural Adjustment Agency. 
A 76.^03 :-405 : (Reserved) 

A 76.406 :CT Regulations, rules, and instructions. [Proc] 

Note. — Includes liandbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier issues, A55.G : (CT) & A55.69 : (CT). 

A76.441 :-450 : (Reserved) East central region pul)lications. 

A 76.4")! :-460 : (Reserved) North central region publications. 

A 76.461: (Reserved) Northeast region publications. 

A 76.462 : CT Northeast region, General publications. [Proc] 

Note. — See, for earlier issues, A55.44 ■ : (CT). 

A 76.463 :-465 : (Reserved) Northeast region publications. 

A 76.466 :CT Northeast region. Regulations, rules, and in- 
structions. [Proc] 

NoTK. — Includes handbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier issues, A55.44 " : (CT). 
A 76.467 :-470 : (Reserved) -- Northeast region publications. 

A 76.471: (Reserved) Southern region publications. 

A 76.472 :CT Southern region. General publications. [Proc] 

Note. — See, for earlier issues, A-3.T.45 = : (CT). 

A 76.473 :-475 : (Reserved) Southern region publications. 

A 76.476 :CT Southern region, Regulations, rules, and in- 
structions. [Proc] 

Note. — Includes handbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier handbooks, A55.45 "^ : (CT). 
A 76.477:^80: (Reserved) _-__ Southern region publications. 

A 76.481: (Reserved) Western region publications. 

A 76.482 :CT Western region. General puljlications. [Proc] 

Note. — See, for earlier issues, A55.46 "- : (CT). 

A 76.483:^85: (Reserved) Western region publications. 

A 76.486 :CT Western region. Regulations, rules, and in- 
structions. [Proc] 

Note. — Includes handbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier issues. A55.46 '^ : (CT). 
Agricultural Research Administration. 
Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau. 

A 77.319 : CT Posters. 

Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engi- 
neering Bureau. 

A 77.516 : nos Forest pathology sx)ecial releases, f I'roc 1 

Food Production Administration 
Agricultural Adjustment Agency. 

A 79.441 :-4r)0 : (Reserved) East central region publications. 

A70.4r)l: (Reserved) North central region publications. 

A79.4.j2:CT North central region, General publications. 

[Proc] 
Note. — See, for earlier issues, A55.43' : (CT). 

A 79.453 :-457 : (Reserved) North central region imblications. 

A 79.458: CT N(u-th central region. Production practices, 1943 

farm program. [Procl 

A 79.459 :-460 : (Reserved) North central region publications. 

A 79.461 :-470 : (Reserved) Nortlieast region publications. 

A79.471:^80: (Reserved) Southern region publications. 

A 79.481 :-490 : (Reserved) Western region publications. 

731 



732 Government Piirlications 



War Food Administration. 
Di.slrihiitioii O/Jicc. 

A 80.127 : date- Industrial nutrition servico (monthly). [Proc] 

Food Production Adtninistraiion. 
A 80.2100 :CT Regulations, rules, and instructions. (Agri- 
cultural Ad.iustnient Agency.) (Proc.l 

Note. — Includes liiindbooks and manuals. See, 
for carliiT issues. A 79.40f> : (CT). 
A 80.2141 :-2ir)0 : (Reserved)-- East central region jniblications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A 80.2151 : (Re.served) North central region publications. (Agricul- 
tural Adjustment Agency.) 

A 80.2152 :CT North central region, General publications. 

(Agricultural Adjustment Agency.) [Free] 
Note. — Sco, for earlior issues, A 79.452 : (CT). 
A 80.2153 :-2157: (Reserved)-- North central region publications. (Agricul- 
tural Adjustment Agency.) 

A 80.2158 :CT North central region. Production-conservation 

program, committeeman's handbooks. (Agri- 
cultural Adjustment Agency. ) [Proc] 

A 80.2101 :( Reserved ) Northeast region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A S0.216J : CT Northeast region, General publications. (Agri- 
cultural Adjustment Agency.) [Proc] 
A 80.2163 :-21()5 : (Reserved)-- Northeast region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A80.216G:CT Northeast region. Regulations, rules and in- 
structions. (Agricultural Adjustment 
Agency.) [Proc] 

NoiE. — Includes liandbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier issues, A 76. 466: (CT). 
A 80.2167 :-2170: (Reserved)— Northeast region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency. ) 

A 80.2171: (Reserved) Soutliern region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A 80.2172 :CT Southern region. General publications. (Agri- 
cultural Adjustment Agency.) [Proc] 
Note. — See, for earlier issues, A 76.472 : (CT). 
A 80.2173 :-21 80: (Reserved)-- Southern region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency. ) 

A 80.2181 : (Reserved) Western region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A 80.2182 :CT Western region, General publications. (Agri- 
cultural Adjustment Agency.) [Proc] 
Note. — See, for earlier issues, A 76.482 : (CT). 
A 80.2183 :-21S5: (Reserved)-- Western region publications. (Agricultural 

Adjustment Agency.) 
A 80.2186 :CT Western region. Regulations, rules, and instruc- 
tions. (Agricultural Adjustment Agency.) 
[Proc] 

Note. — Ineludes handbooks and manuals. See, 
for earlier issues. A 76. -186 : (CT). 
Census P>ureau. 

C 3.158 : series nos Facts for industry. [Proc] 

C 3.159: date Foreign commerce and navigation of United 

States. 

Note. — See, for earlier issues, C 18.19 : (date). 
I'ublie Health Service. 

FS 2.45 : v.nos.&nos Industrial hygiene news letters (monthly). 

[Proc] 
Government Printing Oflice. 

GP 1.22: date Dated periodical schedules. 

Mines Bureau. 
I 28.64: date Preliminary estimates of production of bitumi- 
nous coal and lignite (monthly). [Proc] 
NoiK. — See, for earlier issues, 151.9: (date). 
Navy Department. 

N 1.31 ' : CT Safety postei-s. 

Naval Personnel Bureau. 
N 17.36: nos Navy V-12 bulletins. [Proce.'^'sed and printed.] 



July 11)41 733 

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration. 

NHA 3.5 : CT Laws. 

Note. — Seo, for earlier issues, FL3.5 : (CT). 
Pan American Sanitary Bureau. 

PAS1.8:nos Biostatistics, epidemiology, monthly reports. 

[Proc] 
Emergency Management Office. 
War Production, Board. 

Pr 32.482.'i : nos Smaller War Plants Corporation program and 

progress reports (bimonthly). 

Note. — Earlier reports i.ssued us Senate docu- 
ments. 
Pr 32.4826 : nos Material substitutes and supply lists (quar- 
terly). 
Pr 32.4827: date Production and availability of construction ma- 
terials (monthly). [Restricted. For official 
use only.] 
War Manpower Commission. 

Pr 32.5217: date Adequacy of labor supply in important labor 

market areas (monthly). fProc.l 

Pr 32.5218 : date Placement activities (monthly). fProc] 

Pr 32.5219 :CT National Roster of Scientific and Specialized 

Personnel, monographs. [Proc] 
War Mobilization Office. 

Pr 32.5907 :CT Addresses. [Proc] 

Pr 32.5908 : nos Surplus War Property Administration regula- 
tions. 

Note. — Surp'us War Property Administration 
established within War Mobilization Office by Ex- 
ecutive order 942.') of Feb. 19, 1944. 
Economic Stahilization Office. 

Pr 32.6001 : date Annual reports. 

Pr 32.6002 : CTT General publications. 

Pr 32.(3003 :-6006 : (Reserved). 

Pr 32.6007 : CT Posters. 

Army Air Forces. 

W 108.15: date Numerical list covering Army Air Forces and 

Army-Navy aeronautical standard parts 
(monthly). [Proc] 
Army Service Forces. 
Morale Services Division. 

W 109.207 ^ : v.nos.&nos Newsmap for armed forces, special edition 

( weekly ) . 
Note. — Replaces W 109.207 : (v. nos. &nos.) supp. 
Y 4. Ex 3 ' : CT Executive Agencies, Special Committee to Investi- 
gate, House. 

Y4.P84':CT Post-War Military Policy, Select Committee on, 

House. 



Congressional Set 



Note. — The bound volumes of congressional documents and reports are not 
listed in the Monthly catalogs, since the publications contained therein have been 
previously entered separately. 

The following bound volumes were sent to Depository Libraries during the 
month of June 1944 : 

Senate Journal Journal of Senate, 1st session of 78th Congress. 

• Item 311 

Senate Documents Nos. 103-105, 138, Examinations of rivers and 

harbors, vol. 10, 78th Congress, 1st session. 

• Item 329 

Senate Reports Nos. 118S-1320, 1322-1414, Miscellaneous vol. 3, 

77th Congress, 2d session. • Item 414 

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Monthly Catalog 

NO. 594 • JULY 1944 
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF UNITED STATES COURTS 

Federal probation, quarterly journal of correctional philosophy and practice, v. 8, 
no. 2, Apr-June 1944; [edited by United States Probation System]. [Federal 
Prison Industries, Inc., Leavenworth, Kaus., 1944.] cover title, 56 p. il. 4° 
[Prepared in cooperation with Prisons Bureau, Justice Department. Text and 
another illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] t Ju 10.8: 8/2 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be 
supplied by tlie Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing OfHcc, Washington 25, 
D. C. The Department issues a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all 
applicants, who can then select the available ones desired. 

Addresses. Challenge to youth, address by Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of Agri- 
culture, at commencement exercises of Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa., 
May 22, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : W 63/106 

Meaning of I am an American, address by Secretary of Agriculture Claude 

R. Wickard at I Am An American Day rally, Gary, Ind., May 21, 1944. ' [1944.] 
6 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : W 63/105 

Agriculture decisions, under regulatory laws administered in Department of 
Agriculture (including court decisions), v. 3, no. 4; Apr. 1944. 1944. vi-f247- 
333 p. [Monthly. Reported, indexed, and edited by I. J. Lowe. Includes 
Agriculture decisions 602-630.] * Paper, 15c; single copy, $1.50 a yr. 
L. C. card Agr 42-262 A 1.58/a : 3/4 

Crops and markets. Crops and markets, Apr. 1944; v. 21, no. 2 [1944.] p. 69- 
112, il. 4° [Quarterly.] * Paper, 10c.; single copy, 30c. a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, 45c. • Item 8 
L. C. card Agr. 24-113 A 1.52 : 21/2 

■ Index to Crops and markets, v. 20, 1943. [1944.] 5 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. 

• Item 8 A 1.52 : 20/ind. 

Fcn-age plants. Chemical composition of certain forage crops as alfected by fer- 
tilizers and soil types [with list of literature cited] ; by S. C. Vandecaveye and 
G. O. Baker. 1944. [2] +191-220 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural re- 
search. Mar. 1, 1944, v. 68, no. 5.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 883/8 

Journal of agricultural research. Journal of agriculturjil research, v. 68, no. 11 
and 12; June 1 and 15, 1^4. [1944.] cover titles, p. 395-457, il. [Semi- 
monthly. Articles appearing in the Journal are listed in the Monthly catalog as 
issued.] * Paper, 15c; single copy, $3.25 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.75. 

• Item 12 

L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 68/11, 12 

Note. — This periodical is issued by the Agriculture Department in cooperation with the 
Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. As the edition is limited it is 
not sent free to individuals, but only to libraries of exi)erinient stations, colleges, tech- 
nical schools, and universities, and to laboratories, divisions, oflices, and departments 
on whose staffs are several technically trained men in biological, chemical, or physical 
sciences. It is also sent to such institutions as moke suitable exchanges of their publica- 
tions for those of the Agriculture Department. 

Same, v. 67, July 1-Dec. 1, 1943 [title page, contents, errata and authors' 

emendations, and index]. 1944. v-|-513-520 p. * Paper, 5c. • Item 12 

A 1.23 : 67/t. p. & ind. 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 

735 



7;>() (ioVKRNMEXT I^UIJLICATIONS 

I'lihlicdlions. ITjiIkhI States 1 )opartin('iit of Ajjiiciilturo, inonthly list of publica- 
tioius. SiH' oiitry, liclow, under center head Information Office. 

Santa. Ynvz River. Surv<'y report on Santa Ynez River watershed, Calif. 1944. 
v+31 p. 2 nuipsv (H. doc. 518, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * I'aper, 10c. 

fiot/s. Studies of microbial activity, chlorate reduction, and chlorate toxicity in 
soils treated with sodium chlorate Iwith list of literature cited] ; by Rus.sell T. 
Nelson. 1J)44. [2J +2L!l-2.'{7 p. [From Journal of agricultural research, Mar. 
1, 1944, V. 68, no. 5.] • Paper, oc. A l._>3/a : So 34/100 

USD A, June 12 and 2(>, 1W4 ; [v. 3, no. 12 and 13.] 1 1944.] Each 4 p. 4" [Fort- 
nightly.] -t 
L. C. card Agr 42-258 A 1.57 : 3/12, 13 

Y(i::o() River. Survey of Yazoo River watershed in Mississippi, letter transmitting 
reiK)rt of survey of Yazoo River watershed in Mississippi, describing investiga- 
tion of program of waterflow retardation and soil erosion prevention in aid of 
flood control. 1944. v-[-58 p. il. (H. doc. 5(>4, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
* Paper, 10c. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions, June 1944 ; v. 28, 

no. 0. [1944.] 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 70c. • Item 54 

L. C. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 28/6 

Agricultural statistics. Statistical summary, SS-17 ; Mar. 31, 1944. [1944.] 
[2] p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.151: 17 

■ Same, SS-18 ; Apr. 29, 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.151: 18 

Citrus, revised estimates of production and utilization, 1934-35 to 1942-43. May 
1944. 10 p. 4° (Crop Reixirting Board.) [Processed.] t 

A 36.2 : C 49/8/934/43 

Cotton. Adequacy of district indications in estimating change in cotton acreage; 
[prepared by Ella Sue Minor]. Feb. 1944. 6 p. 4" (C.R.P.16.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.92: 16 

Cottonsituation,CS-90; May 1944. [1944.] 11 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.40/2: 90 

Cottonseed production, United States, 1928-42 (revised). May 5, 1944. [2] p. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t A 36.2 : C 83/8 

Crop production, June 1, 1944. [1944.] l-14b+15-24 p. il. large 8' (Crop Re- 
porting Board.) [Monthly. Processed.] f A 36.29: 944/6 

Dairif situation. Dairy situation, DS-153; Mav 1944. [1944.] 15 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] f A 36.65: 153 

Same, DS-154 ; June 1944. [1944.] 14 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.65 : 154 

Demand and price situation. May 1944. [1944.] IS p. il. 4° [Monthlv. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.28: 944/5 

Expansian (ivhcat stocks). Relative accuracy of mean, ratio, and regression 
methods of expansion [for estimating wheat stocks in interior mills and 
elevators; prepared by John R. Goodman]. Jan. 1944. 8 p. il. 4" (CRP-15.) 
[Processed.] t A 36.92: 15 

Farm income. Farm income situation, FIS-51 ; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 23 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.122 : 51 

Same, FIS-52 ; May 1944. 11944.] 11 p. il. 4° [Monthlv. Processed.] t 

A 36.122 : 52 

Farm labor: Farm employment up more than usual. June 14, 1944. 7 p. il. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t A 36.140 : 944/6 

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July IdU 737 

Fats and oils situation, F0S-8T ; May 1944. 11944. | 22' i). il. 4" IMonthly. 
Processed. ] f A 3(5.97 : 87 

Feed situation, FDS-58; May 1944. 1 1944. 1 IG p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.117: 58 

Food. National food situation, NFS-16; May 1944. |1944.| 9 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 

Processed.] t A 36.147: 16 

Fruit and nut crop prospects. June 10, 1944. 11 p. large 8" (Crop Reporting 
Board.) [Processed.] t A 36.32 : 944/3 

La)id tmlicy rcvieto, summer 1944; v. 7, no. 2. [1944. | 49 p. | (Quarterly. 1 
♦Paper, 10c. single copy, 'Mi: a yr. ; foieign suhsiription. 40c. • Item 59 
L. C. card A.sir 38-364 A 36.1 03 : 7/2 

Livextock and wool situation, LWS-2r) ; May 1944. [1944.] 2.". p. il. 4" [IMonthly. 
Processed.] t A3().141:2r) 

Negro faniier.s in wartime food production. [Oct. 1943. slightly revised May 1944. | 
[1944.] ii + 14p. il. (Farmer and the war 6.) * Paper, 5c. A30.145:(5/2 

Peaches. Peaches, pears, cherries, apricots, California pliuns, utilization of pro- 
duction, 1942 and 1943. June 1944. 7 p. 4" (Crop Reporting Board.) [Proc- 
essetl. ] t A 36.2 : P 313/4/942-43 

Peaches, utilization of production, United States total and selected States. 

May 1944. 6 p. 4" (Crop Reporting Board.) [Processed.) t 

A 36.2 : P 313/3 

Poultrif and egg situation, PES-S9; May 1944. [VMA.\ 12 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 
Processed.] f A 36.96 : 89 

Priee.'^. Use of frequency distriitution as basis for editing returns; [prepared 
bv A. C. Brittain]. May 1944. 6 p. 4" (C. R. 1'. 17.) [Processed.] t 

A 36.92 : 17 

Publications. Check list of printed and processed (nonperiodical) publications 
issued during May 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 4" [Monthly. I'rocessed.] f 

A 36.70/2 : 944/.J 

SorffJiiim. Farm production, farm dispo.sition, and value of sorghums for grain, 
1929^41, by States; [prepared by C. E. Burkhead, H. R. Walker and others of 
staff of Crop Reporting Board]. Washington, D. C, May 1944. [1] +8 p. il. 4" 
( [Crop Reporting Board.] ) [Processed.] f A 36.2 : So 6/929-41 

Soybeans harvested for beans, acreage, yield, and production, 1940-43, by counties 
for 15 principal States. Washington, D. C, May 1944. 57 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed. ] t A 36.2 : So 9/940-43 

Tares. Farmers' interest in new tax law; by Gerhard J. Isaac. June 1944. 
3 p. 4" [ Processed. ] j A 36.2 : T 19/4 

Vegetables. Commercial truck crop estimate reports. [Processed.] t 

A 36.101 : 
Note. — Tlip Agricultural Economics Buroau issues a series of reports relafinjc to truclc 
crops which, although numbered in one series (TC followed by tlie year and a number 
with a (iiffer<'nt group of hundreds assigned for each montli), consists of several distinct 
groups as follows : Commeicial truck crops for fresh market, commonly called Truck crop 
reports ; Truck crop.s for commercial processing, commonly called Canning crop reports ; 
Truck crop news ; Annual summaries in December each year. Revised statistical sum- 
maries are issued at appropriate intervals covering a varying period of years. I'rinted 
summaries of these reports wi-re published in Crops and markets prior to June 19:>7, but 
these have been discontinued. A yearly summary only is published in the .January 
quarterly issue each year. 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION 

AGRICXTLTUKAI- AND INDUSTUIAI. CHEMISTKV BUREAU 

Freezing of foods. Information sheet, selected bibliography on freezing preset 
ration of fruits and vegetables, 1920-43. June 1944. 22 p. 4" (AIC-46; West- 
ern Regional Research Laboratory.) [Processed. Replaces Information sheet 
ACE 87 and supplements for years 1940-42.] f A 77.104/2: 46 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



738 Go\T-RNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Naval stores. 1943-44 annual naval stores report on production, distribution, 
consumption and stocks of turpentine and rosin of United States, by crop years, 
Apr. 1, 1943-ilar. 31, 1944; compiled by L. A. Goldblatt. May 24. 1944. 
[1]+11 p. 4" (AIC-48.) [Processed.] f A 77.lCt4/2 : 48 

Noresral. Information on noreseal, a new cork substitute [with list of literature 
cited] ; by S. I. Aronovsky, W. F. Talburt, and E. C. Latlirop. May 1944. 
[l]+16+[4] p. 5 pi. 4° (AIC-44; Northern Regional Research Labor.itory.) 
[ Processed. ] t A 77.104/2 : 44 

Onions. Information sheet on drying-rate nomographs : 5, Onion slices. Apr. 
1944. 2 p. 8 p. of pi. 4° (AIC-31-5; Western Regional Research Laboratory.) 
[Processed.] t A 77.104/2 : 31-V 

Penicillin. Background of penicillin production; by Robert D. Coghill. [1944.] 
14 p. 4° (AIC-49.) [Processed. Presented by Robert D. Coghill at annual 
meeting of American Chemical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, Apr. 5, 1944. Pub- 
lished in Chemical and engineering news 22, 1944, under title, Penicillin, sci- 
ence's Cinderella.] t A 77.104/2 : 49 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Bang's disease. Statement of indemnity claims and averages in cooperative 
Bang's disease work, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.211 : 944/4 

Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) control program conducted by 

Bureau of Animal Industry in cooperation with the various States, July 1, 
1934-Apr. 30, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.213 : 944/4 

Sumary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with the 

various States, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong S° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.212 : 944/4 

Meat. Freezing meat and poultry products for home use. 1944. [2] p. il large 
4°, folded into narrow 8° size. (Agriculture Dept. AWI-75.) t • Item 11 

A 1.59 : 75 

Posters. Pork, a savory nourishing food, rich in protein, fat, and vitamin B, 
cook pork and its products thoroughly as a health safeguard ; [poster]. [1944.] 
11X13.5 in. [Cardboard.] t A 77.220 :P82 

Service announcements. Service and regulatory announcements, Apr. 1944 ; [no.] 
444. May 1944. p. 21-27. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c, single copy, 25c a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 60c. • Item 70 
L. C. Card Agr 7-lGo8 A 77.208: 444 

Tuberculosis in animals. Summary of tuberculosis eradication in cooperation 
with the various States, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 77.216: 944/4 

Virus-Srrum Control Division. Activities of licensed establishments supervised 
by Virus-Serum Control Division, May 29, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° (Notice 209, 
V. S. C.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.217: 209 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU 

Dairy herd improvement. Dairy-Herd-Improvement Association letter, v. 20, no. 
5; May 1944. [1944.] 22 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.608: 20/5 

Same, v. 20, no. 6 ; June 1944. [1944.] 22 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.608: 20/6 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREl&U 

Apanteles diatraeae, braconid parasite of . southwestern corn borer [with list 
of literature cited] ; by E. G. Davis. May 1943 [1944]. 19 p. il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Technical bulletin 871.) [The issue date was printed incorrectly as 
May 1943, but the edition has been corrected by the cancellation of the date 1943 
and the substitution of 1944.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-110 A 1.36 : 871 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



July 1944 739 

Dichloro-aiijlienyl-trichloroetlKine. Inforinatiou on DDT and suggestions for 
experimental work for agriculturiil purposes. [May 1, 1944.] 6 p. 4° 
[Processed. ] t A 77.302 : D 54 

European rorix horrr. Laboiatory tests of toxicity of some organic compounds 
to European corn borer, Jan.-Mar. 1944; by D. D. Questel, C. V. Bowen, and 
S. I. Gertler. May 1944. 4 p. 4" (E-620.) [Processefl.] t A 77.312 : E-620 

Insecticide Invest if/at iovs Dirisioti. Li.st of publications and patents of Division 
of Insecticide Investigations, Jan. 1-May 31, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4° 
[Processed. ] t A 77.318 : 944/1 

Insects. Emergency survey of insects affecting cabbage, cauliflower, and related 
crops. Apr. 1944. 2 p. 11. 4° [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with indi- 
viduals. State and Federal agencies.] t A 77.302 : In 7/4 

■ Insects in relation to national defense: Reference index. Jan. 1944. 

[3J+90 p. 4° (Circular 23.) [Processed.] t A 77.316: 23 

The more important insect conditions, May 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° 

[Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.310/2 : 944/1 

Japanese beetles. Milky disease spore dust for control of Japanese beetle grubs 
in lawns and other turf areas. May 1944. 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 77.302 : J 27/3 

Methyl bromide as insect fumigant, review of literature through 1940 [with 
bibliography] ; by R. L. Busbey. May 1944. 38 p. 4" (E-618) [Processed.] t 

A 77.312 : E-618 

Mexican fruitflies. Laboratory studies on toxicity of tartar emetic to Mexican 
fruitfly [with list of literature cited] ; by C. C. Plummer. June 1944. 14 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Circular 697.) *Paper, 5c. • Item 7. 
L. C. card Agr 44-111 A 1.4/2 : 697 

Pests. Review of United States patents relating to pest control, by R. C. Roark, 
v. 17, no. 4; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.311 : 17/4 

Posters. Guard against enemy stowaways, during summer, while your plane 
is on ground, the Japanese beetle might enter through unprotected openings 
or be carried in on materials or clothing; [poster]. [1944.] 8X5 in. t 

A 77.319 : J 27 

Publications. List of publications on 2,2-Bis (parachlorophenyl) -1, 1,1-tri- 
chloroethane (called DDT) from 1874 to Apr. 30, 1944; by R. C. Roark. June 
1944. 12 p. 4" [Processed.] f A 77.302 : P 96 

Quarantine. [Code of Federal regulations] title 7, Agriculture, chap. 3, Bureau 
of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, pt. 301, Domestic quarantine notices, 
Japanese beetle quarantine [Notice of] quarantine 48, revision of quarantine 
and regulations, effective Mar. 30, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. t • T^tem 83 

A 77.317 : 48/2 

Summary of Federal domestic plant quarantines [affecting interstate 

shipments in effect Mar. 15, 1944; prepared in] Division of Domestic Plant 
Quarantines. [1944.] cover title, 66 p. 4° [Processed. Supersedes synopsis 
dated Jan. 1, 1940, and revisions thereof.] t A 77.317 : sum./944 

Wireworms. Life history of wireworm Melanotus longulus (Lee.) in southern 
California [with list of literature cited] ; by M. W. Stone and A. F. Rowland. 
Jan. 1944. 30 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 858). * Paper, 
10c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-8 A 1.36 : 858 

EXPiaUMIiNT STATIONS OFFICE 

Experiment station record. Experiment station record, v. 91, no. 1; July 1944. 
[1944.] cover title, p. 1-112. [Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] ♦Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.00 per vol. (2 vols, a yr.) ; foreign sub- 
scription, $1.75 per vol. • Item 89 

L. C. card Agr 9-832 A 77.408 : 91/1 

Note. — Mainly made up of abstracts of current publications on agricultural science 
and home etonomifs, espt^cially those of the United States Department of Agriculture 
and the State agricultural experiment stations. 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



740 Government Publications 

Experiment station record — Continued. 

Same, v. 89; index number. [1944.] cover title, xiv+'<'81-885 p. [Con- 
tains title page, contents, and index for v. .S9, July-Dec. 1943. J • Item 89 

A 77.408 :89/ind. 

HUMAN NUTRITION AND HOME K( ONOMICS HU1{E.VU 

('an)iin!/ and itrcscrviiig. Home canning of fruit.s and vegetables. [May 1944.] 
16 p. 11. oblong 12" (Agricultuiv Dept. AWI-93.) [Includes list of other 
publications on food preservation available from Agriculture Department. 
Sui>er.sedes AWI-41, Wartime canning of fruits and vegetables, and AWI-61, 
Canning tomatoes.] t • Item 11 A 1.59: 93 

PLANT INDUSTRY, SOILS, AND AGRICULTimAL ENGINEERING BUREX4.U 

Amphidiploids Aegilops cylindrica X Triticum durum and A. ventricosa X T. 
durum and tbelr hybrids with T. aestivum [with list of literature cited] ; by 
E. 11. Sears. 194-1. [2] +135-144 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural re- 
search, Feb. 1, 1944, v. 68, no. 3] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : W 56/177 

liulmui fir. Decay in balsam fir in New England and New York [with list of 
literature cited] ; by Perley Spauldlng and J. R. Hansbrough. May 1944. 30 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 872.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-112 A 1.36: 872 

Billinys Comity. N. Dak. Soil survey, Billings County, N. Dak. [with list of 
literature cited] ; by M. J. Edwards, J. K. Ableiter. June 1940 [1944]. cover 
title. 111 p. il. 8 p. of pi. map in iwcket. ([Soil survey report] series 1984, 
no. 1:5.) [Prepared in cooperation with North Dakota Agricultural Experiment 
Station. The date of i.ssue is incorrectly given on cover as June 1940, instead 
of June 1944. Text and another illustration on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 
$1.25. • Item 143 
L. C. card Agr 44-113 A 77.514 : 934/25 

Blueberry growing; [by George M. Darrow, R. B. Wilcox, and Charles S. Beck- 
with.] [May 1944.] ii+38 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1951.) [Prepared in cooperatiim with New Jersey State Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station. Supersedes Leaflet 201, Blueberries.] * Paijer, 10c. • Item 10 
L. C. card Agr 44-114 A 1.9 : 1951 

Boats. Moisture content of wood boats ; [by Ray R. Hirt]. Beltsville, Md., Mar. 
1944. [l]+13p. 4" (Forest pathology special release 18.) [Processed] J 

A 77.516 : 18 

Brown spot needle blight of pine seedlings [with list of literature cited] ; by 
Paul V. Siggers. May 1944. 36 p. il. 2 p. of pi. (Agriculture Dept. Technical 
bulletin 870. ) * Paper, 10c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-115 A1.36 : 870 

Chestnuts. Planting and care of blight-resistant chestnuts for forest trees; [by 
Jesse D. Diller]. Beltsville, Md., Feb. 1944. 6 p. 4" (Forest pathology special 
release 15.) [Processed. Previous issues not entered in the Monthly cata- 
log.] i A 77.516: 15 

Dry land rotation and tillage experiments at Akron (Colorado) Field Station 
[with list of literature cited] ; by J. F. Brandon and O. R. Mathews. May 1944. 
[l]+53 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 70O.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 7 
L. C. card Agr 44-116 A 1.4/2 : 700 

lloff-housing requirements [with list of selected references on hog houses] ; by 
T. A. H. Miller, Wallace Ashby, and J. H. Zeller. May 1M4. 16 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Circular 701.) [Prepared in cooperation with Animal Industry 
Bureau.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 7 
L. C. card Agr 44-117 A 1.4/2 : 701 

Lettuce varieties and culture; [by Ross C. Thompson]. [May 1944.] [2] +38 
p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1953.) [Supersedes Farmers' bul- 
letin 1609, Lettuce growing.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 10 
L. C. ca rd Agr 44-1 18 A 1 .9 : 1953 

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July 1944 741 

Pears. Effect of water deficits in the tree upon maturity, composition, and 
storage quality of Bosc pears [witli list of literature citedl ; by A. Lloyd Kyall 
and W. W. Aldrich. 1944. [2] +121-133 p. il. 1 From Journal of agricultural 
research, Feb. 1, 1944, v. 68, no. 3.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 316/16 

Phuit disease reporter, v. 28, no. 11-14; May 1-22, 1944; issued by Plant Disease 
Survey, Division of Mycology and Disease Survey. [1944.] p. 36.1-494, il. 4" 
[Processed.] t A 77.511 ; 28/11-14 

Platit disease surveys in northeastern United States in 1943. June 1, 1944. 
I). 123-229, 4" (Plant disease reporter supp. 147.) [Processed.] t 

A 77.512: 147 

Sweet potatoes. Curing and storage methods in relation to quality of Porto Rico 
sweetpotatoes [with list of literature cited] ; by J. M. Lutz. June 1944. 
12 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 699.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 7 
L. C. card Agr. 44-119 A 1.4/2 : 699 

Sweetpotato diseases; [by L. L. Harter]. [Oct. 1919, revised Feb. 1944.] 

[1944.] ii+26 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1059.) * Paper, 
10c. • Item 10 

L. C. card Agr 44-120 A 1.9 : 1059/3 

VavderJmrgli Comity, Itul. Soil survey, Vanderburgh County, Iiid. [with list 
of literature cited] ; by A. J. Vessel, J. C Wade, and Sutton Myers. June 
1944. cover title, 148 p. il 6 p. of pi. map in ijocket. ([Soil survey report] 
series 1939, no. 2.) [Prepared in cooperation with Purdue University Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station. Text and another illustration on p. 2 and 4 of 
cover.] * Paper, 7oc. • Item US 
L. C. card Agr 44-121 A 77.514 ; 939/2 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

News for farmer eooperatives. News for farmer cooperatives, J\me 1944; [v. 11, 
no. 3]. [1944.] 24 p. il. large 8" [Monthly.] * Paper, lOc. single copy; 
$1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. • Item 106 
L. (\ card 36-20027 A 72.10 : 11/3 

Same. July 1944; [v. 11, no. 4j. [1944.] 24 p. il. large 8" [Monthly.] 

• Item 106 A 72.10 : 11/4 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL RELATIONS OFFICE 

Af/riculfure in the Americas, June 1944; [v. 4, no. 6]. [1944.] cover title, 
p. 103-118, il. 4° [Monthly. Text and another illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copv, 75c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.20. • Item 116 

L. C. card Agr 41-6 A 67.15 : 4/6 

Foreign agriculture, review of foreign farm policy, production, and trade, v. 8, 
no. 6; June 1944. [1944.] [2] +123-144 p. 4" [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single 
ff^py, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscinption, ,$1.60. • Item lis 
L. C. card 43^0327 A 67.7 : 8/6 

Foreign crops and markets, summai'y. May 1944. [1944.] p. 187-24S, 4" 
[Monthl.y. Processed.] t " A 67.8: 944/5 

Me,Tico. Fruit industry of Mexico [with list of literature cited] ; by Fred A. 
Motz and Lester D. Mallory. April 1944. cover title, 184 p. il 4° (Foreign 
agriculture report 9.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 4.5c. • Item 119 

A 67.16 : 9 

Wool. Recent developments in world wool supply situation; [prepared b.y Esther 
H. Johnson]. [1944.) p. 09-78, 4" [Processed. From Foreign crops and 
markets, Feb. 1944.] t A 67.8/a : W 88 

FOREST SERVICE 

Ash. American woods: Ash [with list of references] ; by H. S. Betts. Apr. 1944. 
11 p. 1 pi. 7 maps, 4° [Processed.] t A 13.31 : As 3/944 

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742 Government Publications 

Fibcrboard. Weatherproof solid fibroboard, evaluation of quality of conunercial 
boards and development of improved weatherproof board; |by F. A. Sinimonds, 
J. N. McGovern, and C. O. Seborg]. Feb. 1944. [l]+9 p. 4" (Forest Products 
Laboratory.) [Processed.] t A 13.27/2 :F 44 

Oluc. Experiments with preservatives for soybean glue and soybean-glued ply- 
wood; [by F. H. Kaufort and J. Oscar Blew]. Mar. 1944. [i]-(-i5-f [5] p. 4° 
(Forest Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t A 13.27/2 : G o2/14 

Gmzitig. Moderate grazing pays on California annual-type ranges; [by August 
-L. Ilorniay]. [June 1944.] 8 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Leaflet 239.) 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 13 
L. C. card Agr 44-122 A 1.35 : 239 

Jack pine. Influence of controllable environmental conditions on regeneration 
of jack pine and black spruce [with list of literature cited] ; by Russell K. 
LeBarron. 1944. [2] -f 97-119 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, 
Feb. 1, 1944, v. 68, no. 3.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 652/22 

Posters. My V for victory ! gum for war; [poster]. 1944. 18.4X14.3 in. (Tim- 
ber Production War Project.) [Illustrator, Harry EossoU.] t A 13.20/3 : V 66 

Pulp. List of publications on pulp and paper ; Apr. 1944. [1944.] [1]+31 p. 4° 
( Forest Products Laboratory. ) [Processed.] t Forest Products Laboratory, 
Madison, Wis. A 13.27/7 : P 96/2/944 

SaiomiUs. Small sawmill improvement, practical pointers to field agencies : 
Truck-mounted hoist; [by C. J. Telford]. May 1944. [2] p. il. 4" (Forest 
Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t A 13.27/2 : Sa 9/11 

Timber. Guides for cutting timber in the Northeast; [prepared by Allegheny 
Forest Experiment Station]. Apr. 1944. 12 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
AWI-90.) t •Item 11 A 1.59: 90 

White fir. American woods : White fir [with list of references] ; by H. S. Betts. 
Apr. 1944. 11 p. 1 pi. 6 maps, 4° [Processed.] t A 13.31 : F 51/944 

Wood. List of publications on chemistry of wood and derived products ; Mar. 
1944. [1944.] [l]-f3S p. 4° (Forest Products Laboratory.) [Processed] 
t Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. A 13.27/7 : W 85/3/944 

Partial list of Government publications of interest to architects, builders, 

engineers, and retail lumbennen; Apr. 1944. [1944.]. [l]-fl9 p. 4° (Forest 
Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t Forest Products Laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. A 13.27/7 : Ar 2/944 

Wood preservation. Methods of applying wood preservatives [with list of ref- 
erences]. Revised Apr. 1944. [1944.] [l]-f21 p. 4" (Forest Products 
Laboratory.) [Processed.] $ A 13.27/2 : W 85/55/944 

Treating wood in pentachlorphenol solution by cold-soaking method ; [by 

J. Oscar Blew]. Mar. 1944. [l]+9 p. il. 4° (Forest Products Laboratory.) 
[Processed. Includes on p. 8, list of Forest Products Laboratory publications 
on nonpressure treatments.] J A 13.27/2 : W 85/75 

INFORMATION OFFICE 

Clip sheet, no. 1353-56; June 4-25, 1944. [1944.] Each 4 leaves, 4° [Weekly. 
Processed.] t (limited distribution). A 21.15: 1353-13r.(; 

Note. — The Clip sheet is not available either for free distribution or for sale to the 
public. It is distributed only to professional writers, newspapers, and publishers Inter- 
ested in agricultural information. (No subscription list. > 

Farm safety [with list of reference sources]. June 1, 1944. 3 + [l] p. 4° (Food 
information no. 89. ) [Processed. ] J A 21.18 : 89 

Farmers' bulletins nos. 192()-50 [title page] with contents; prepared in Indexing 
Section. 1944. [l]-f 10 p. (Publications Division.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 10 

A 1.9 : 1926-1950/t.p.& cont. 

Food for cattle. Use of grain sorghums and Sudan grass for feed. May 22, 1944. 
1 p. 4" (Food information no. 88-f.) [Processed.] t A21.18: 88-f 

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Poultry culling. May 22, 1944. 5 [4] p. il. 4" (Food information no. SS-g.) 
[Processed. The last page is numbered incorrectly 5 instead of 4.] % 

A 21.18 : 88-g 

Puilications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publi- 
cations. May 1944. [1944.] 4 p. t •Item 132 
L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : 944/5 

Technical bulletins 826-850, [title page] with contents; prepared in Indexing 
Section, 1944. xii p. (Publications Division.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 16 

A 1.36 : 826-850/t.p.& cont. 

LIBRARY 

Agriculture. Bibliography of agriculture, v. 4, no. 6 ; June 1944. [1944.] [313] p. 
4° [Monthly. Includes title page and author and subject indexes to v. 4, 
nos. 1-6, Jan.- June 1944.] * Paper, 35c. single copy, $3.75 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $4.75. • Item 134 
L. C. card Agr. 42-386 A 17.18 : 4/6 

PERSONNEL OFFICE 

llandhook for your information; [prepared in- Division of Training]. [Oct. 1943, 
slightly revised Apr.] 1944. vi.+42 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous 
publication 532.) [Includes list of Some publications about Department of 
Agriculture. Text and other illustrations on p. 1-4 of cover. Title on cover 
is : To members of Department of Agriculture, handbook for your information. 
Page 42 is left blank to be used for notes.] % • Item 14 A 1.38 : 532/2 

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION 

Co-op quiz contests. How to put on REA co-op quiz contest. [1944.] 7 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 68.2: 78/3 

Rural electrification, its place in education. St. Louis, Mo., [1944]. [1]+12 p. 4° 
[Processed. ] t A 68.2 : R 88/3 

Rural electrification neivs. Rural electrification news, May 1944; [v. 9, no. 9]. 
[1944.] 22+ [2] p. il. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $1.15. • Item 147 
L. C. card 37-26406. A 68.9 : 9/9 

Same, June 1944; [v. 9, no. 10]. [1944.] 22+ [2] p. il. 4" [Monthly.] 

• Item 147 A 68.9 : 9/10 

WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION 

Addresses. Our future food supply, address by Marvin Jones, war food adminis- 
trator, over National Broadcasting Company, May 26, 1944. [r.)44.] 3 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t A 80.7 :F 73/6 

Tomorrow's food supply, address by Marvin Jones, war food adminis- 
trator, at farming for victory meeting, Orangeburg, S. C, May 16, 1944, broad- 
cast on National Farm and Home Hour. [1944.] 3 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 80.7 : F 73/5 

Posters. Lick the platter clean, don't waste food; [poster]. 1944. 19.7X14.2 in. 
[Illustrator, Vernon Grant] t A 80.8 :F 73/2 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMRNT AGENCY 

Posters. Aumente la produccion, conservando su suelo; [poster]. 1944. 
28X20 in. No copies for distribution in the United States, all copies sent to 
Puerto Rico. A 80.607 :P 94 

War plants need corn! move yours to market; [poster]. 1944. 

27.9X20 in. t A 80.607 : C 81 

COMMODITY CRKDIT COEPOUATION 

Cotton. 1944 cotton loan instructions. June 1944. 8 p. (1^4 C C. C. cotton 
form 1.) t • Item 75 A 80.406: C 82/944 

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744 Government Publications 

lllSlKIIil riON ((I'KICK 

Addrcxsvs. VM\ outlook lor cMiiniiij;, l).v L»'o M.iisluill, director of distribution, 
WFA, before National Canners Association, Washington, D. C, Mav 25, 1944. 
[1944.] 6+[l] p. 4" [Processed.] t A8D.120:C16 

War food buying, by Lee Marshall, director of distribution, WFA, remarks 

before 5th Service Command, Food Service Show, QMC, Cincinnati, Oliio, May 
4,1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t ' A 80.120 : F T-'i/S 

Cahbage as soldiers eat it! [recipes]. [1944.] [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 80.102 : C 11 

Cold storage report as of June 1, 1944. [1944] 12 p. il. 4° [Montl)ly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 80.107 : 944/G 

C(/nsumers' guide, June 1944; [v. 10, no. 7]. [1944.] 16 p. 11. 4" [Monthly. 
Includes CG news letter. Issue number incorrectly given as 6 on p. 2.] * Paper, 
fic. single copv, HUc. a vr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. • Item 48 
L. C. card 36-12412 A 80.108 : 10/7 

Voniuiner notes no. IG and 17 ; May 10 and June 5, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. and 2 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t * A 80.126 : 10, 17 

Cotton. Results of fiber and spinning tests of some cottons grown in the mid- 
South area, crop of 1943 ; [prepared in Research and Testing Division, Cotton 
and Fiber Branch]. May 1944. 9 p. 4° [Proces.sed.] t 

A 80.102 : C 82/3/943 

Weekly cotton market review, v. 25, no. 44-47; June 3-24, 1944. [1944.] 

Each 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.109 : 25/44-^7 

Food. Cut food waste, make food fight for freedom. [May 1944.] [8] p. 11. nar- 
row 8° (NFC-12.) I • Item 61 A 80.123: 12 

Food trade letter 28-31; Mav 6-27, 1944. [1944.] Each [2] p. f or 4" 

[Weekly. Processed.] t A 80.125: 28-31 

Hay. Making high-grade hay. [May 1944.] [6] p. il. narrow 8° ( [Agricul- 
ture Dept.] AWI-97.) t • Item 11 A 1.59 : 97 

Honcii. Semi-monthly honey report, v. 28, no. 11 and 12 ; June 1 and 15, 1944. 
[1944.] 8 p. and 7 p. narrow f° [Processed.] t A 80.110 : 28/11-12 

Livestock, meats and wool, market reviews and statistics, June 3-24 [1944] ; 
V. 12, no. 23-26. June 7-2S, 1944. p. 377-445, 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t 

A 80.111 : 12/23-26 

Marketing activities, May 1944; [v. 7, no. 5]. [1944.] 21 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 80.114: 7/5 

Milk. Order, as amended regulating handling of milk in Quad Cities marketing 
area, effective Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 18 p. (Order 44, as amended.) [Title 
7. chap. 9, Code of Federal regulations, (Marketing orders) pt. 944.] t 
• Item 159 A 80.116 : 44 

Nutrition. Industrial nutrition service, Feb. 1944. [1944.] 2-]- [2] p. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 80.127 : 944/2 

Same, Mar. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 1 pi. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 80.127 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1044. | 4* p. 1 pi. 4" [^Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 80.127 : 944/4 

■ Same, May 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 80.127 : 944/5 

Same, June 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 1 pi. 4" [Montiily. Prooessed.] t 

A 80.127 : 944/6 

P. and S. docket. P. and S. docket, monthly reiwrt of action taken on cases 
arising under packers and stockyards act, v. 6, no. 5; May 1944. [1944.] 
4 p. 4" [Processed.] t A 80.115: 0/5 

Same, V. 6, no. 6 ; June 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 80.115 : 6/6 



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July 1044 745 

PmnutK. Weekly pennnt report, v. 2(!. no. L'3--L'(5 ; Juno 7-28, 1044. L1'->44.1 
various paging, narrow f° [Processed.] t A 80.112 : 20/23-2(5 

St ra wherries. Tentative United States standards for grades of frozen straw- 
berries (efloctive Jul.v 1, 11)44). [1944.1 T+[l] p. 4" [Processed. Super- 
sedes standards that have been in effect since Sept. 1, 1042.1 t 

A 80.121: St 8/044 

Sugarcave. Determination of f;iir and reasonable prices for 1043-44 ciop of 
Puerto Rican sugarcane. Mar. 27, 1044. 3 p. (S. D. 101; Sugar Branch.) 
t • Item 30 A 80.117 : 101 

Determination of fair and reasonable wage rates for persons employed in 

harvesting of .sugarcane in Florida during period Sept. 1, 1043-June 30, 1044. 
Apr. 10, 1044. 1 p. (S. D. 102; Sugar Branch.) t A 80.117 : 102 

Tobacco market review, 1043^4 season, class 3 (b), dark air-cured types 35, 3f>, 
and 37. Apr. 1044. [21+23 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t A 80.102 : T r.r)/043-44 

KXTKNSION SKKVICE 

Extension Siervire rerieir. Extension Service review, v. ir>, no. H ; May 1044. 
[1044.] p. (i.T-SO, il. 4" [Monthly.] * Paper, lOc. .single copy, $1.00'a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $1.40 • Item 05 
L. C. card Agr 30-350 A 80.307 : 15/5 

■ Same, v. 15, no. 0; June 1044. [1044.] p. S1-0(>, il. 4" [Monthlv.l 

• Item 05 A 80.307 : IH/C, 

hisrrts. Victory garden insect guide. May 1044. K! p. il. oblong 32" (Agri- 
culture Dept. AWI-05.) [Prep-ired in cooperation with Entomology and 
Plant Quarantine Bureau.] t • Item 11 A 1.50: 05 

Jefferson. Thomas. Participation of 4-H club members in honoring memory 
of Thomas Jefferson, agriculturist. [1944.] [l]+6 p. 4" [Proces.sed.] f 

A 80.302 : J 35 

Posfer-'i. We farmers need your helii more than ever this year, will you spend 
.some of vour spare time on a farm this summer? [poster]. 1944. 11X21 in. 
[Cardboard.] t War Information Office A 80.308 :F 22 

Slidrfilnis. 

Note. — Slidefilms rovoring many pliasp.s of agriculturp and liomo economics have bepn 
prepannl by the Extension Service in cooperation with snliiect-niatter bureans of the 
Agriculture Department. Eacli .slidefihn is accompanied l)y explanatory lecture notes. 

A list of available subjects and information on how to purchase slidefilms may be 
obtained from, the Division of Extension Information, Extension Service, Department of 
Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C. 

Victory Farm Vohoiteers. VFV on the farm front. May 1944. 12 p. il. 4" 
(Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 542.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 14 
L. C. card Agi" 44-123 A 1.38 : 542 

Your job as work leader [Victory Farm Volunteers, extension farm-labor 

program]. May 1944. [8] p. il. narrow 8" (Agriculture Dept. AWI 96.) 
t • Item 11 A 1.50: 96 

Womcn'.<^ Land Army. Pitch in and help! Women's Land Army calls 800.000 
women to the farm in 1944. May 1944. [4] p. il. narrow 8" (Agriculture 
Dept. AWI-101.) t • Item 11 A 1.59: 101 

Women's Land Armv of V. S. Crop Corps, 1944. May 1944. 8 p. il. 

(Agriculture Dept. AWi-102.) t • Item 11 A 1.59: 102 

FARM Si:< UUITY ADMINISTRATION 

Note. — By authority of Adm.inistraloi-'s memorandum 1!7. supp. 4, of the War Food 
Administration, dated Jan. '21, 1!H4. (lie Farm Si'ctirity .\ilministration was authorized 
to function as an independent agency williin the War Food .Vdministration. 

For a publication ordered prior lo the change in status nf the Farm Security Adminis- 
tration, see, below, Production Offl<'<'. 

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PEODUCnoN ofucb 

Nora. — By authority of Administrator's meniorandum 27, supp. 4, of the War Food 
Administration, dated Jan. 21, 1944, the name of the Food Production Administration was 
changed to Office of Production. 

By the same autliority the Farm Security Administration was authorized to function 
as an independent agency within the War Food Administration. 

The publication of the Farm Security Administ ration entered below wa.s ordered prior 
to the chansc in status of the Administration. 

Addresses. Cottonseed, feed, livestock, and other production problems, address 
by J. B. Hutson, director, OflBce of Production, War Food Administration, and 
president of Commodity Credit Corporation, 48th annual convention of Na- 
tional Cottonseed Products Association, Inc., New Orleans, La., May 17, 1944. 
[1944.] 5 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 80.207 :C 82 

Far^m Security Administration. Annual report of Farm Security Administration, 
[fiscal year] 1942-3. [1943.] [l]+24 p. il. 4" [Processed.] f 
L. C. card Agr 39-7 A 80.701 : 943 

Note. — This publication carries the classification of the Farm Security Administration 
after it was authorized to function as an independent agency within the War Food 
Administration because of the frequent changes in organization. 

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 

Cork oak. Planting cork oak on farms in the Southeast ; [prepared by Hill- 
culture Section, Soil Conservation Service Research]. Apr. 20, 1944. 2 p. il. 4" 
[Processed.] t A 80.502 : Oa 4 

Jefferson. Thomas. Thomas Jefferson, soil conservationist [with list of selected 
references; by Hugh H. Bennett]. [Apr. 1944.] 16 p. il. 2 p. of pi. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 548.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 14 
L. C. card Agr 44-124 A 1.38 : 548 

Milkweed. Your country's armed services need milkweed floss, how you can 
help ; [prepared by Soil Conservation Service for War Hemp Industries, Inc.. 
agents for Commodity Credit Corporation]. Apr. 1944. [8] p. il. narrow 8° 
(Agriculture Dept. AWI-94.) [Approved by War Production Board and 
Education Office.] t • Item 11 A 1.59: 94 

Soil conservation. Can you also profit from soil conservation? Apr. 1944. [2] 
p. il. narrow 8° (Agriculture Dept. AWI-98.) f • Item 11 A 1.59: 98 

Soil conservation, official organ of Soil Conservation Service, June 1944; 

[v. 9, no. 12]. [1944.] [2] +267-288 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. 

single copy, $1.00 a vr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. • Item 152 

L. C. card Agr 35^03 A 80.507 : 9/12 

Soil conservation districts, state of organization by States, approximate acreage, 
number of operating units and farms in organized districts [as of May 15, 
1944]. June 1, 1944. 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.508 : 944/5 

Soybeans. Soil conservation aids soybean production. Apr. 1944. 8 p. il. 
(Agriculture Dept. AWI-92.) t • Item 11 A 1.59 : 92 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 

European War, 1914-lS. 2d Division, summary of operations in World War [with 
list of sources]. 1944. x+124 p. il. 6 maps in pocket. * Fabrikoid, $1.50. 
• Item 162 
L. C. card 44-41042 Y 3. Am 3 : W 89/2d Div. 

— :- 5th Division, summary of operations in World War [with list of sources]. 
1944. x+76 p. il. 4 maps in pocket. * Fabrikoid, $1.25. • Item 162 
L. C. card 44-41039 Y 3.Am 3 : W 89/5th Div. 

27th Division, summary of operations in World War [with list of sources]. 

1944. x+48 p. il. 3 maps in pocket. * Fabrikoid, $1.00. • Item 162 

L. C. card 44-40966 Y 3.Am 3 : W 89/27th Div. 

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European War, 191'i-18 — Continued. 

77th Division, summary of oiJerations iu World War [with list of sources!. 

1&44. x+136 p. il. 4 maps in pocket. * Fahrikoid, ifl.no. • Item 162 

L. C. card 44-40965 Y 3.Am. 3 : W 89/77tii Dlv. 

80th Division, sununary of oi^'rations in World War [with list of sources]. 

1944. x+77 p. il. 4 maps in pocket. * Fahrikoid, $1.25. • It<'in 162 

L. C. card 44-41040 Y 3.Am 3 : W 89/SOth Div. 

92d Division, summary of operations in World War [with list of sources]. 

1944. x+45 p. il. 2 maps in pocket. * Fahrikoid, 75c. • Item 162 

L. C. card 44^1041 Y 3.Am 3 : W 89/92d Div. 

ARMY-NAVY CIVIL COMMITTEE ON AIRCRAFT 
DESIGN CRITERIA 

Wood. ANC bulletin, wood aircraft inspection and fabrication [with lists of 
references; by Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service]. Dec. 20, 1943, 
[published] 1944. iv+364 p. il. 4° (ANC-19.) [Issued under supervision of 
Aeronautical Board. Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, $1.00. 
L. C. card 44-41104 Y 3. Ar 5/3 : 7/19 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF FEDERAL OLD-AGE AND 
SURVIVORS INSURANCE TRUST FUND 

Report. 3d annual report of Board of Trustees of Federal Old-Age and Survivors 
Insurance Trust Fund. 1943. ii+17 p. (Senate committee print, 78th Con- 
gress, 1st session.) [Printed for use of Committee on Finance.] t 
L. C. card 42-37995 Y 4.F 49 : F 31/942 

4th annual report of Board of Trustees of Federal Old-Age and Survivors 

Insurance Trust Fund. 1944. iii-f29 p. il. (H. doc. 620, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

* Paper, lOc. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Note.- — The Commission furnishes individual copies of most of its publication gra- 
tuitously to those who apply for them. 

Civil service act, rules and regulations, annotated, amended to Oct. 31, 1943. 1943 
[published 1944]. xxiii-j-525-|-cxxv p. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 
$1.00, pamphlet edition (without supplements), * paper, $4.00, loose-leaf edition, 
including 52 supplements. • Item 171 
L. C. card 31-26497 CS 1.7/1 : 943 

Class specification.^. Class specifications and statements of allocation standards 
[for positions sub.1ect to classification act of 1923, as amended] ; INIar. 1944. 
[1944.] [32] p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form. First part of title has 
been added with rubber stamp.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. • Item 
169 CS 1.39: 944/3 

Same; Apr. 1941. [1944.] 37 p. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form.] 

* Item 169 CS 1.39 : 944/4 
Federal jobs outside continental U. S. [1944.] 24 p. (Form 3954; Apr. 1944.) 

t • Item 169 

L. C. card 44-4110(> CS 1.2 : J 57 

Stenographers. Better utilization of stenographers and typists, handbook for 
supervisors; [prepared by Interagency Stenographic Conference]. [May 1944.] 
iii+12 p. * Paper, 5c. • Item 171 CS 1.7/2: St 4 

Typists. Practice manual for typists in Goveriniient atrencies; [selected and 
prepared by Committee on Training Materials of Interagency Stenographic 
Conference]. 1W4. iii-|-44 p. 4" (Federal Work Improvement Program, 
Examining and Personnel Utilization Division.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

* Paper, 15c. • Item 171 

L. C. card 44-ill65 CS 1.7/2 : T 98 

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748 Government Publications 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 




Negroes. 2d animal report of insurance companies owned and operated bv 
Negroes [1W2]. [1944.] [11+16 p. 4" | Processed. J t 
L. C. card 44-41103 C 1.2 : In 7/942 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Census, 19^/0 (16th). See, below, entries under center bead Census, IBJfi (16th). 

Commerce. Monthly summary of foreign commerce of United States, Oct. 1941, 
corrected to Jan. 31, 1942 ; cunipiled by Foreign Trade Division. [Reprint 
1944.] 46 p. 4° [Processed.] t 3.147:941/10 

Same, Nov. 1941, corrected to Jan. 31, 1942; compiled by Foreign Trade 

Division. [Reprint 1944.] 46 p. 4° [Processed.] t €3.147:941/11 

Same, Dec. 1941, corrected to Feb. 26, 1944 : compiled by P"'oreign Trade 

Division. [Reprint 1944.] 64 p. 4° [Processed.] t 03.147:941/12 

Cotton. Activity in cotton spinning industry for May 1944. June 19, 1944. 
1 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Preliminary report.] t 3.53:944/5 

April report of cotton consumed, on hand, and active cotton spindles. 

May 15, 1944. oblong 32" [Preliminary rep«jrt. Issued in postal card form.] 
t 3.21 : 943-44/9 

May report of cotton consumed, on hand, and active cotton spindles. 

June 14, 1944. oblong 32" [Preliminary report. Issued in postal card form.] 
t 3.21 : 943-44/10 

Cottonseed. Cottonseed received, crushed, and on hand, and cottonseed products 
manufactured, shipped out, and on hand, for 9 months ending Apr. 30, 1944, 
and 1943. May 12, 1944. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. Issued in postal 
card form.] t 3.149:943-44/9 

Same, for 10 months ending May 31, 1944, and 1943. June 13, 1944. 

oblong 32" [Preliminary report. Issued in iwstal card form.] t 

3.149 : 943^4/10 

Employment. State and local government quarterly employment survey, 4th quar- 
ter, 1943; V. 4, no. 19, Final general summary of public emplovnient in Oct. 1943. 
May 1JM3 [1944.] 14 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. O. card 40-26613 3.140 : 4/19 

Same: v. 4, no. 20, Women in State and local government emplovnient 

in 1943. Mayl&44. 6p.il., 4° [Processed.] t C3.140':.4/20 

Farm mortgages. Farm-mortgage indebtedness in United States: release 1, 
Number of mortgaged farms. [June 25, 1943.] 12 p. il. 4° [Processed. 
Cooperative survey conducted by Census Bureau and Agricultural Economics 
Bureau.] t 3.2 : F 22/4/no.l 

Same: release 2, Amount of farm-mortgage debt. [Mar. 25, 1944.] 15 p. 

il. 4" [Processed. Cooperative survey conducted by Census Bureau and Agri- 
cultural Economics Bureau.] t 3.2 : F 22/4/no.2 

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July 1944 



749 



Financial statistics. Couuty fiuances, 11)42, suiuiuury uf statistical couipeudium : 
State summary of couuty goverumeut tiuauces in 1942 ; by Wylio Kilpatiick. 
Apr. 1944. 15 p. 4° [I'rocessed. Prepared under supervision of E. 11. Gray, 
chief, GJovernment Division.] t 
L. C. card 42-38813 C 3.2 : F 49/942/preUm. 

State finances, 194o : v. 2, Topical reports, no. 2, final, State tax collections 

in 1943. May 1944. 42 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 16-20796 C 3.141 : 943/v.2,no.2 

Foreign trade. Foreign commerce and navigation of United Slates, calendar 
year 1941 : Table 1, Imports for consumption, by articles and countries, with 
rates of duty, tariff ijarugraph, and calculated amounts of duty collected, 1941 
(group totals, selected sub-group totals, commodities) ; compiled by Foreign 
Trade Division. [1944.] [1]4-219 p. 4° [Processed. For preliminary dis- 
tribution.] t 
L. C. card 14-21466 C 3.159 : 941/tab.l 

Same: Table 4, Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and countries, 

1941 (group totals, selected sub-group totals, commodities) ; compiled by 
Foreign Trade Division. [1944.] [1]+21S p. 4° [Processed, lleproduced 
manuscript for preliminary distribution.] t C 3.159 : 941/tab.4 

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

C 3. (various arbitrary numbers) : 

Note. — The Census Bureau collects and publishes monthly and quarterly current statis- 
tics in processed form for numerous industries and commodities. Summaries of most 
of these statistics are published later in Survey of current business issued each mouth 
by the Foreign and Dometic Commerce Bureau. The titles of these reports as issued for 
l'J44, with the Documents Office classificatiou number for each, are listed Lelow : 

Monthly industrial and business reports 



Asphalt and tar roofing and siding prod- 
ucts, Shipments of (C .'J.IOO :) 

Boots, shoes, and slippers, other than rub- 
ber (0 3.43:) 

Commercial steel castings (C3.74:) 

Confectionery and competitive chocolate 
pi'odiicts, manufacturers' sales (C 3.135 :) 

Cotton consumed, on hand, and active cot- 
ton spindles (C3.21:) 

Cotton, leather, and allied garments (ci- 
vilian and Uoverument) (C 3.(i4 :) 

Cottonseed products manufactured and on 
hand at oil mills by States (C .■^.125 :) 

Domestic pumps, water systems, and wind- 
mills (C3.77:) 

Fats and oils, animal and vegetable 
(C 3.123:) 

Galvanized range boilers and tanks for hot 
water heaters (C3.86:) 

Leather gloves and mittens (C 3.42 :) 

Malleable iron castings (C 3.80 :) 

Mechanical stokers (C 3.91 :) 

Men's youths', and boys' clothing (civilian 
and Government) (C 3.92 :) 

Oil burners (C3.93:) 

Paint, varnish, lacquer, and fillers (C 3.94 :) 



Plastic paints, coldwater paints, and cal- 
cimines (C3.96:) 
I'orcelain enameled products, metal base 

only (C3.98:) 
Public merchandise warehousing (C 3.102 :) 
Pyroxylin coated woven cotton fabrics 

(C 3.104 :) 
Raw wool consumption (C 3.52 :) 
Ked cedar sliingles (('3.119:) 
Retail sales, independent stores [summary 

and one report for each of 34 States and 

6 citiesl (C 3.138 :) 
Sales finance companies (0 3.151 :) 
Steel barrels and drums (0 3.106 :) 
Steel boilers (C 3.107 :) 
Superphosphates (C 3.111 :) 
Underwear, knit clotli and knit fabiic 

gloves (C 3.113:) 
Wheat ground and wheat-milling products 

(0 3.117 :) 
White base antifriction bearing metals 

(0. 3.71 :) 
Wholesalers' sales, inventories, and credits 

(C. 3.133 :) 
Wool machinery activity (C 3.51 :) 



Quarterly industrial and business reports 



Blowers, fans, unit heaters, and accessory 
equipment (0 3.143 :) 

Fats and oil.s. Factory consumption of pri- 
mary animal and vegetable, by classes 
of products (C 3.154 :) 

Lacquers, Sales of (C 3.88 :) 



Industry. Facts for industry. 4° and oblong 8° [Processed.] t 



Warm-air furnaces and winter air-condi- 
tioning units (C 3.144 :) 

Wheat and wlieat-flour stocks held by mills 
(C 3.115:) 

Wool and related fibers. Commercial stocks 
of (C 3.52/3:) 



C 3.158 : 



Note. — The Facts for industry series was established as the medium to carry out the 
policy adopted by the War Producti m Board of releasing significant statistical data to 
industry whenever the release would not interfere with llu- war effort. Generally, the 
series provides information on such basic factors as pi'oduction, shipments, inventories 
and unfilled orders, for products for which the Board has required reperis in order to 
maintain wartime controls. Facts for industry series is issued jointly by the War 
Production Board and the Bureau of the Census, aiul may be of two kinds : one-time 
and periodic. 



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750 Government Publications 

Labor force. Monthly report on labor force: Estimates of employment status of 
civilian population in United States during week of Apr. 2-8, 1944. May 15, 
]!)44. 4 p. 4" (Siiecial surveys; MRLF-no. 23.) |Proccssed.] t 

C 3.155 : 23 

Same duritig week of May 7-13, 1JM4. Juno 13, IS) 11. 4 p. 4" (Siwcial 

surveys ; MRLF no. 24. ) [Processed.] t 3.155:24 

Latin America. United Stales exports of domestic merchandise to Latin American 
repuldics (including lend-lease exports), calendar year 1942: pt. 1, Conuuodity 
by country of destination. [1944.] 3 sec. [51+32+62+82 p. 4" [Processed. 
Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief, Foreign Trade Division. | t 

C 3.157 : 942/pt.l/sec.l-3 

Same: pt. 2, Country of destination by commodity. [1944.] 4 sec. 

|7]+5<)+124+G5+117 p. 4" [Processed. Prepared under supervision of 
J. Edward Ely, chief. Foreign Trade Division.] % C 3.157: 942/pt.2/sec.l-4 

United States exports of foreign merchandise to Latin American republics 

(including lend-lease exports), calendar year 1942 : pt. 1, Commodity by country 
of destination. [1944.] [l]+10p. 4" [Processed. Prepared under supervi- 
sion of J. Edward Ely, chief. Foreign Trade Division.] J C 3.157/2 : 942/pt.l 

Same: pt. 2, Country of destination by commodity. [1&14.] [1]+21 p. 4° 

[Processed. Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief, Foreign Trade 
Division.] J C 3.157/2 : &42/pt. 2 

TTnited States g,(>nora] imports from Latin American republics, excluding 

strategic and critical materials and military equipment, calendar year 19-12: 
pt. 1, (\tmniodity by country of origin. [1944.] [l]+43+[l] p. 4" [Processed. 
Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Elv. chief, Foreign Trade Division.] | 

C 3.157/3 : 942/pt.l 

Same: pt. 2, Country of origin by commodity. [1944.] [1] +52+ [2] p. 4" 

[Processed. Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief. Foreign Trade 
Division.] t C 3.157/3 : 942/pt.2 

Mortality index. Week mortality index, deaths in major cities, June 3-24, 1944 ; 
V. 15, no. 22-25. June S-29, 1944. Each 4 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 3.41 : 15/22-2,^ 

Vital Htatistie.^. Monthly vital statistics bulletin, June 10, 1944; v. 7, no. 4. 
[1944.] 4 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t C 3.127: 7/4 

Vital statistics, special reports, May 29 and June 14. 1944; v. 19, no. 14 

and 15. [1944.] p. 1.53-288, 4" [Processed. Number 15 is dated May 29, 
1944.] t 

L. C. ca rd 36-26592 C 3.67 : 19A-t, 15 

Note. — Volume 19 consists of speci.nl tnbulatioii.s, studies, ami anal.vlu'al articles 
on selected subjects. 

Census, 19.',0 (IGth) 

Agriculture: Value of farm products by color and tenure of farm operator, sta- 
tistics, by color and tenure of farm operator, on value of farm products sold, 
traded, or used bv farm households. sp(vial study; by Irvin Holmes. 1944. 
iv+291 p. il. 4" (16th census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under super- 
vision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief. Agriculture Division. Sample data from 
16th census were used as basis for obtaining these statistics. The ligures are, 
therefore, subject to sampling errors.] * Cloth, 65c. • Item 215 
L. C. card 44-41009 C 3.940-5 : Ag 8/5 

n&Kfting. Puerto Rico: Housing, general characteristics. 1943. vii + 121 p. il. 4" 
(16th census of United States, 1940.) [Spanish and English. Prepared under 
supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief statistician for population.] * Paiier, 
40c. • Item 210 
L. C. card 44-41 102 C 3.940-32 : P 96 

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Populatinn. Pdimlation : Families, size of family and age of head, regions and 
cities of l.UOO,000 or more. 1944. iT+12T p. il. 4° (16th census of United 
States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. Truesdell, chief, Popu- 
lation Division.] * Paper, 30c. • Item 213 
L. C. card 44-41005 ^ C 3.940-2 : P 81/25 

Same: State of birth of native population. I&i4. viii+78 p. il. 4" (16th 

census of United States, 1940.) [Prepared under supervision of Leon E. 

Truesdell, chief. Population Division.] * Paper, 25c. • Item 213 

L. C. card 44-41043 C 3.940-2 : P 81/26 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS AUTHORITY 
CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION 

Cinl aeronautics journal, issued monthly by Information & Statistics Service. 
V. 5, no. 6: June 15, 1944. [1944.] p. 65-76. il. 4° * Paper, 5c., single copy, 
oOc. a vr. ; foreign subscription. 7'>e. • Item Jl'.t 
L. C. card 40-26182 C 31.118 : 5/6 

CIVIL AEBONAUTICS BOARD 



-The opinions in economic proceedings of the Civil Aeronautics Bo.Trd are printed 
r beginning with v. 2. and are "advance sheets" of the material which will make 



Note. — 1 
separately 
up bound volumes of the Civil Aeronautics Board Reports. 

The separate opinions are obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents, Government 
Printinir Office, Washington :25. D. C. at a suhscription price of $1.00 per volume; single 
copies vary in price. 

Civil air rcffulations amendments. [Processed.] t C 31.209: 

Note. — Amendments to Civil air regulations, beginning with Oct. 15, 1941. are issued 
in a new form, and are numbered so that no amendment will affect more than one part 
of the Regulations. These amendments or digests of them will be published in the monthly 
Civil aeronautics journal. Separate entries of these amendments are not listed in the 
Monthly catalog. 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Alaska. Greographic names in coastal areas of Alaska. [1944.] cover title, 
133 p. il. -i" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41107 C 4.2 : Al 1/5 

Coast pilots. Supplement to United States coast pilot. Gulf Coast, Key "West to 
Rio Grande, 2d (1936) edition ; Apr. 15. 1944. [1944.] 39+ [1] leaves. ( Serial 
590-5.) t • Item 241 C 4.6/4 : 936/supp.-5 

Tide tables. Atlantic Ocean, [calendar] year 1945. 1944. 344 p. (Serial 660.) 
[Includes list of publications by Coast and Geodetic Survey relating to tides 
and currents. Important notice on use of daylight saving or war time on p. 2 
of cover.] t Paper, 25c. • Item 236 
L. C. card 7-3.5329 C 4.15/3 : »45 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Business. Survey of current business. June 1944; [v. 24. no. 6]. [1944.] cover 
title. 24+S36 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Text and another illustration on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] * Paper, 15c. single copy. §1.75 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.50. 
• Item 257 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 24/6 

Same, weekly supplement. June 1-29, V.H4. [1!>44.] Each [2] p. il. 4" 

[Processed.] t C 18.36 : ^44/22-26 

Confectionery. Preliminary report nn confectionery sales and distribution, liM3 ; 
bv George F. Dudik. Wiishington, 1944. iv+2S p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 1S.2 : C 76/3/&43/prelim. 

Delivery pooling for retail stores ; by Donald W. Padeu. May 1944. [72] p. il. 4° 
(Economic series 37.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44r41079 C 18.206 : 37 

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752 GOVF.RNMENT PrTBLTCATTONS 

Domestic commerce, v. 32, no. 6; June 1044. [1944.] 32 p. il. 4" f Monthly.] 

• Piiper, 10c. singlo copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. • Item 251 

C 18.32 : 32/6 

Foreign commerce tccckly, v. 15, no. 10-13; June 3-24, 11>44. [1944.] various 
p.aging, il. 4° * I'aper, 10c. single copy, $4.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.90. 

• Item 251 

L. C. card 40-29231 C 18.5/1 : 15/10-13 

JTome repairs. Check list for home repair and modernization. Washington, 
June 1044. ii+14 p. (Economic series 36.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41ias C 18.206 : 36 

Household fwnifure, statistical handbook [with Some additional sources of in- 
formation on household furniture] ; by Edward R. Killam. June 1044. 28 p. 
il. 4° (Industrial series 8.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41101 C 18.225: 8 

Industry survey, manufacturers' inventories, shipments, incoming business, un- 
filled orders, Apr. 1944. [1044.] 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

C 18.224 : 944/4 

Wood pulp. Pulp and paper industry report. Apr. 1944 : Pulp and paper series, 
pt. 1; prepared by Pulp and Paper Unit in cooperation with Forest Products 
Bureau, War Production Board. Washington, 1944. 42 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 
Processed.] t 018.229:944/4 

Note. — Othor parts in the Pulp and papfr series ai'o Facts fnr industry series issued 
jointly by th(> War Production Hoard and tlie Bureau of the Census. A "note regarding 
the latter series appears in this Monthly catalog under Census Bureau, Industry. 

Same, with title. Industry report, pulp and paper. May 1944: Pulp and 

paper series, pt. 1 ; prepared by Pulp and Paper Unit in cooperation with War 
Production Board, Forest Products Bureau. [1944.] 44 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t 018.229:944/5 

Same, June 1944 : Pulp and paper series, pt. 1 ; prepared by Pulp and Paper 

Unit in cooperation with War Production Board, Forest Products Bureau. 
[1944.] 43 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 018.229:944/6 

Pulp and paper trade statistics of other American republics, 1938-41 ; pre- 
pared by B. M.Frost and E. Sukmanowsky. Washington, 1944. [2] +88 p. il. 4° 
(Economic series 35.) [Processed.] t 

L. 0. card 44-41078 18.206 : 35 

INLAND WATERWAYS OORPORATION 

Report. Annual report of Inland Waterways Oorporation to Secretary of Com- 
merce, calendar vear 1943 ; issued bv Chester C. Thompson, chairman of board- 
president. St. Louis Mo. [1944]. [l]-f3l p. % 
L. 0. card 27-25963 C 29.1 : 943 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Humidity. Control of humidity by saturated salt solutions [with list of ref- 
erences]. May 19, 1944. 4 p. 4° (Letter circular LC 752.) [Processed.] t 

13.16 : 752 

Hydrocarbons. Analytical determination of aromatic hydrocarbons by adsorp- 
tion ; by Beveridge J. Mair and Alphonse F. Forziati. [1944.] p. 151-164, il. 
(Research paper RP1582.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards, Apr. 1944, V. 32.] * Paper, 10c. 13.22/a : 1582 

Separation and recovery of aromatic hydrocarbons from paraffins and 

napthenes by adsorption [with list of references] ; by Beveridge J. Mair and 
Alphonse F. Forziati. [1944.] p. 165-183, 11. (Research piiper RP15.S3.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards. Apr. 1944. 
V. 32.] * Paper, 10c. 13.22/a : 15.S3 

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July 1944 753 

Iron. Thermal expansion of high-silicon cast iron [with list of references] ; by 
Peter Hidnert and George Dickson. [1944.] p. 145-149, il. (Research pai)er 
RPloSl.) [From Journal of research of National P>urean of Standards, Apr. 
1944, V. 32.] * Paptn-, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1581 

Mrlal.s. Standard samples issued or in preparation by National Bureau of Stand- 
ards. May 1, 1944. ii-fltJ p. (('ircular C;>!tS, supplement.) [Supersedes 
supplement issued Oct. 28, 1942.] t • Item 273 C13.4 : 398/supp.944 

Paint remover. Paint and varnish removers (also known as stripping compounds, 
enamel strippers, brush cleaners, etc.) [with list of references]. May 9, 1944. 
6 p. 4° (Letter circular LC 749.) [Processed.] t 013.16:749 

Plumhing fixtures. Muebles o artefactos sanltarios de loza vitrea, de use general, 
norma adoptada por la industria. Tercera ediciou. 1944. 11+32 p. il. 
(Norma comercial CS20-42. ) [En vigor para la niueva produccion, desde el 
10 de Julio de 1942. For the English edition of this publication see the Monthly 
catalog for Sept. 1&42, p. 1017.] * Paper, 10c. C 13.20 : 20/3/Spanish 

Sodium 'Chloride. Effect of sodium chloride on pH of /j-phenolsulfonate buffers 
from 0° to 60° C. [with list of references] ; by Roger G. Bates and S. F. Acree. 
[1944.] p. 131-143, il. (Research paper RP 1580.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, Apr. 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, HJc. 

C 13.22/a : 1580 

Technical news bulletin. Technical news bulletin of National Bureau of Stand- 
ards, May 1944; no. 325. [1944.] p. 33-40. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single 
copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. • Item 281 
L. C. card 25-26527 C 13.13 : 325 

Same, June 1944; no. 326. [1944.] p. 41-47. [Monthly.] •Item 281 

C 13.13 : 326 

Mood finishiiKj. Refinishing wood furniture [with list of reference books on wood 
finishing]. Apr. IS, 1944. 4 p. 4" (Letter circular LC 748.) [Processed.] t 

C 13.16 : 748 

PATENT OFFICE 

Note. — The Patent Office publishes Specifications and drawings of patents in single copies. 
These are not enumerated in this catalog, but may be obtained for 10c. each at the Patent 
Office when identified by patent number. The Office also issues coupon orders in packafies 
of 20 at $2.00 per package, or in books containing 100 coupons at $10.00 Per book. These 
coupons are good until used but are to be used only for orders sent to the Patent Office. 
For schedule of office fees, address Chief Clerk, Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Classification huUetin 87, Sept. 29-Nov. 1, 1943, containing classification orders 
nos. 3761-70, pertaining to classification of subjects of invention revised by 
Classification Division. [1944.] 31 leaves, large 8° * Paper, 10c. • Item 286 
L. C. card 8-16238 C 21.3 : 87 

[Decisions in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.] June 6-27, 1944. [1944.] 
various paging, large 8° [Issue of June 27, 1944 includes Bulletin of decisions 
of I'atent OflSce on trade-marks rendered during May 1944. From Official 
gazette, v. 563, no. 1-4.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $2.00. 
L. C. card 23-7315 C 21.5/a 2 : 563/1-4 

Uolslag, Claude J. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
4992, in re Claude J. Holslag, mask for arc welding; brief for commissioner of 
patents. [1944.] cover title, 7 p. 4° J C 21.10 : H 741/3 

Kraft Cheese Co. Brief for appellee, in United States Court of Appeals for 
District of Columbia, appeal no. 8717, Kraft Cheese Company v. Conway P. 
Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal from judgment of District Court of 
United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i -f 9 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : K855/3 

Laml), Clyde K. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
4945, in re Clyde K. Lamb, safety scaffolds ; brief for commissioner of patents. 
[1944.] cover title, p. 4° X C 21.10 :L 165 

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Official gazette. Official gazette of Patent Ollice, containing patents, trade-marks, 
and designs, issued June G-27, 1044; v. 503. no. 1-4. [1944.] cover titles. 
731 -f Icxxvil p. il. large 8" [Weekly.] •Paper, 35c single copy, $16.00 a 
yr. ; foreign .sul)><cripti(in, $25.00. • Item 200 
L. C. card 4-1.S250 C 21.5 : 563/1-4 

Note. — Contains the patents, triido-marks and designs issued each week, with indexes; 
also decisions of the commissioner of patents and of the United States court in patent 
cases. In the last weeklj' issue of each niontli there is Included in the Official gazette 
a section entitletl Bulletin of decisions of Ptitent Office on trade-marks. 

The annual inde.v of patents will hereafter be published in 2 parts, one on Patents, price 
?2.0(», and (he otiier on Trade-marks, price 75c. Tliese indexes are not included in the 
regular subscription i)rice for the Official gazette given above, but will bo sent to those 
yearl.v subscribers who remit $18.75; foreign subscription for the same, $28.75. 

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

for opposition [etc. June 6-27, 1944]. [1944.] various paging, large 8° 
[From OflScial gazette, v. 563, no. 1-4. j * PaiKjr, 5c. single copv, .$2.00 a yr. 

C 21.*5/a4 : 563/1-4 

Same [title page, contents, etc., to] v. 562; INIay 1944. 1944. 2 leaves, 

large 8° * Paper, 5c. single copy, included in price of Official gazette for 
subscribers. • Item 290 C 21.5 : 562/t.p.&Cont. 

Parker, Arthur L. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
4987, in re Arthur L. Parker, improvement in tube and protective sleeve 
assembly; brit-f for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : P223/4 

Patents. Cla.ssifieation of patents issued June 6-27, 1944. [1944.] Each 2 p. 
large 8° [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 563, no. 1-4.] f Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $2.50 a yr. C 21.5/al : 563/1-4 

Retail Clerks International Protective Association. In Court of Customs and 
Patent Appeals, patent apijeal no. 4991, in re Retail Clerks International Pro- 
tective Association, trade-mark; brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] 
cover title, 7 p. 4" t C 21.10 : R 313/2 

Smith, Robert A. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
4997, in re Robert Armstrong Smith, devices for receiving, retaining and re- 
leasing articles ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title. 
9 p. 4" t C 21.10 :Sm 64/2 

Spengler, Walter J. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent api^eal no. 
4957, in re Walter J. Spengler, Tullio Tognola and Jakob R. Frei, radio shield- 
ing means ; brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 12 p. 4° + 

C 21.10 :Sp 34 

Thome, Neale d Co., Inc. Supplemental brief for appellee Conway P. Coe, com- 
missioner of patents, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, 
appeal no. 8600, Thorne. Neale & Co., Incorporated, v. Conway P. Coe, commis- 
sioner of patents, and William Roy Carney, appeal from judgment of District 
Court of United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i-flO p. 
4° $ C 21.10 : T393/3 

Trade-marks [etc., fiom] Official gazette, June 6-27, 1944. [1944.] various paging, 
il. large 8° [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 5(53. no. 1-4.] *Paper, 10c. 
single copy, $5.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.00. C 21.5/a 3 : 563/1-4 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Loans. Bank participation plan, war production, contract termination, recon- 
version and other business loans, n.p. [May 15, 1944]. cover title. 10 p. 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] t C 33.2 :B 22/2 

WEATHER BUREAU 

Climatological data. Climatological data. West Indies and Caribbean section, 
in cooperation with governments of islands of West Indies and of adjacent 
coasts of Central and South America, v. 23, no. 9; Sept. 1943. [WBO, Atlanta, 
Ga., May 27, 1944.] p. 65-72, 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. 
L. C. card Agr 14-566 C 30.20: 23/9 

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ClimaioloQical data — Continued. 

Same. v. 23. no. 10; Oct. 1943. [WBO, Atlanta, Ga., June 16, 1944.] 

p. 73-80, 4° [Monthly.] C 30.20: 23/10 

Corn. Weekly corn and wheat weather biiUetin, no. 9-12, series 1944; June 6-27, 
1944. rciiicago P O, June 6-27, 1944.] Each [2] p. i" * Paper, 30c. per season 
(April-September) . C 30.7 : 944/9-12 

Cotton. Weekly cotton weather bulletin, no. 9-11, series 1944 ; June 6-20, 1944. 
[Weather Bureau Office, New Orleans, La., 1944.] Each [2] p. il. oblong 8", 
folded into 8° size. * Paper, 30c. per season (April-October) . C 30.9 : 944/9-11 

77fl(7-thunderstorm ratio ; by A. L. Shands. [1944.] p. 71-74, il. large 4° [From 
Monthly weather review. Mar. 1914, v. 72.] t C 30.14/a : H 125/2 

Meteorology. Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C., May 1944. 
[WB, June 8, 1944.] [2] p. f t C 30.10 : 944/.5 

Monthly weather review. Mar. 1944; v. 72. no. 3. [June 12, 1944.] cover title, 
p. 63-88, il. 11 p. of maps, large 4" (W.B. no. 1413. ) [Certain special articles 
are reprinted from the Monthly weather review and listed in the Monthly 
catalog as they are issued.] * Paper, 20 c. single copy, .$2.00 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $2.75. • Item 303 

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LAWS 

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"slip laws." Later, these laws are compiled, edited, indexed, and published in the 
volumes of the Statutes at large. 

The "slip law" bears 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 law 279-307, 78th Congress. 

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supply of the private laws which it distributes free upon application. 

Barrere, Paul. H. R. 1!>84, act for relief of Paul Barrere. Approved May 29, 1944. 
1 p. (Private law 280.) 

Bishoprille MiUhip Co. S. 1247. act for relief of Bishopville Milling Company. Ap- 
proved .Tune 13, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 297.) 

Caatle, Hamp G. H. R. 3136. act for relief of Hamp Gossett Castle. Lois .Tuanita Gimble, 
Margaret Carrie Tarbrough, and Roy Martin Lvons. Approved June 5, 1944. 1 p. 
Private law 290.) 

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Private law 279-307, 78th Congress — Continued. 

Coe, Ruth. n. R. 3114, act for relief of Ruth Coe. Approved June 1, 1944. 1 p. 

d'rivato law 284.) 
Collins. Mrs. Rebecca. S. 891, act for relief of Rebecca Collins and W. W. Collins. 

Approved June l.S, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 294.) 
Ocstclund, Ivcr M. S. 754, act for relief of Iver M. Gesteland. Approved June 13, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 293.) 
Gillam, Edward. S. 254, act for relief of Edward Gillam. Approved May 26, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 279.) 
Hamilton, Mrs. Margaret. H. R. 2757, act for relief of Margaret Hamilton, Mrs. 

Catherine Ilijtgins. Mrs. Rebecca Sallop, and Mrs. Dora Projansky. Approved June 

2. 1944. 1 p. (Private law 289.) 
//r(/7i.s, Robert C. S. 1355, act for relief of Robert C. Harris. Approved June 13, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 299.) 
Hirsch, John. II. R. 16J8, act for relief of Jolin Hirsch. Approved June 2, 1944. 

1 p. (I'rivate law 285.) 
Knight, Mrs. Rebecca A. S. 1281, act for relief of Rebecca A. Knight and Martha A. 

Christian. Approved June 15, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 302.) 
Leioix, Mrs. Anne R. S. 1305, act for relief of Anne Rebecca Lewis and Mary Lewis. 

Approved June 13, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 298.) 
Maag, Mrs. Mildred. II. R. 2711, act for relief of Mrs. Mildred Maag. Approved June 

20. 1944. 1 p. (I'rivate law 30(5.) 
Miller, J. M. S. 1553, act for relief of J. M. Miller. James W. Williams, and Gilbert 

Thoriot. Approved June 13, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 300.) 
Murphy, Ilelcne M. S. 1102, act for relief of Helene Murphy. Approved June 9, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 292.) 
Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District. S. 1849, act for relief of Muskingum 

Watershed Conservancy District. Approved June 15, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 303.) 
Paluck, Pete. U. R. 2689, act for relief of Pete Paluck. Approved May 31, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 281.) 
Pearl Harbor. S. 1682, act to provide for payment of compensation to certain claimants 

for taking by United States of private fishery rights in Pearl Harbor, island of 

Oahu. T. n. Approved June 17, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 305.) 
Reese Flight Instruction, Inc. H. R. 2507, act for relief of Reese Flight Instruction, 

Incorporated. Approved June 2, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 288.) 
Salas, Fcrmin. S. 1093, act for relief of Fermin Salas. Approved June 13, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 295.) 
Salmons. Bernadine. H. R. 2438. act for relief of Bernadine Salmons. Approved June 

6, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 291.) 
Scheidel, Mrs. Mae. H. R. 2008, act for relief of Mrs. Mae Scheidel, Fred Scheidel, 

Charles Totten, and Jean Scheidel. Approved June 2, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 287.) 
Search, William E. H. R. 1635, act for relief of William E. Search, and to legal guard- 
ian of Marion Search, Pauline Search, and Virginia Search. Approved June 2, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 286.) 
Sedler, Anthony F. S. 1416, act for relief of Mrs. Judith H. Sedler, administratrix of 

estate of Anthony F. Sedler. Approved June 17, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 304.) 
Shicls, Hugh A. S. 1837. act for relief of Hugh A. Shiels. Approved June 13, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 301.) 
Thompson, Clarence E. H. R. 2408, act for relief of Clarence E. Thompson and Mrs. 

Virginia Thompson. Approved June 1, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 283.) 
Tonpe, Taylor W. S. 1112, act for relief of Taylor W. Tonge. Approved June 13, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 296.) 
Wenz, Christian W. H. R. 2332, act for relief of Christian Wenz. Approved June 1, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 282.) 
Whitlock, Claude R. S. 1848, act of relief of Claude R. Whitlock, and for other 

purposes. Approved June 22, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 307.) 

Public law SOO-S.IO, 78th Congress. 

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intendent of Documents, Washington 25, D. C.. at a subscription price of $3.00 a session, 
foreign subscription, $4.25 ; single copies are usually 5c. 

Alaska. H. R. 329, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to incur obligations for benefit 
of natives of Alaska in advance of enactment of legislation making appropriations 
therefor. Approved .lune 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 323.) 

Appeals. II. R. 3054, act to amend expediting act [so as to provide that when Supreme 
Court fails to secure quorum in cases under antitrust act or interstate commerce act. 
referred to it from District Courts, such cases shall be .sent to Circuit Courts of 
Appeals for final decision]. Approved June 9. 1944 1 p. (Public law 332.) 

Artificial Zimft.?. H. R. 3176, act to regulate furnishing of artificial limbs or other 
appliances to retired officers and enlisted men of Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast 
Guard and to certain civilian employees of military and naval forces of regular 
establi.shment. [Approved May 23, 1944.] 2 p. (Public law 308.) 

Books. S. 1944, act to amend act to provide books for adult blind [so as to increase 
annual appropriation]. Approved June 13, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 338.) [Part 
of this appropriation is to be expended for sound-reproduction records known as talk- 
ing books and for maintenance and replacement of Govenmient-owned talking book 
machines.] 

Calcasieu River. 11. R. 4054, act to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across (jalcasieu River at or near Lake Charles, La. [by Louisiana!. 
Approved June 1, 1944. l p. (Public law 326.) ► 

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i'ublic law 306-350, 78tb Congress — CouLiuued. 

Chippewa Indians. U. R. 20S5, act to pro\iile lor disposition of tribal funds of Minnesota 
Chippewa Tribe of Indians. Approved Juno 7, 1044. 1 p. (Public law 330.) 

Voal lands. H. 1335, act to amend 4lli and 5th provisos of M'C. 2 of act to pioniote min- 
ing of coal, phosphate, oil, oil shale, gas, and sodium on public domain [so as to 
renmve limitation as to number of coal leases which njay be held by any common 
Carrier railroad and to limit total area that may be leasedj. Approved June 13, 1944. 
1 p. (Public law 336.) 

Crow Indiums. 11. R. 2105, act extending time for repayment and authorizing increase 
of revolving fund for benefit of Crow Indians. Approved June 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 324.) 

Customs ISvrvice. S. 1758, act to amend sec. 451 of tariff act of 1930, and for other 
purposes I. to provide for payment of eusloms employees for iuspectionai services on 
Sundays and holidays]. [Approved June 3, lii44.J 2 p. (Public law 328.) 

District of Columbia. 11. J. lies. 242, joint resulutiou to amend act to protect lives 
and health and morals of women and minor workers in Uistiict of Columbia and to 
establish Minimum Wage Board, and define its powers and duties, and to provide for 
fixing of minimum wages for such workers, as amended [so as to pi'ovide for publication 
of notice of adoption of rules and regulations of Minimum Wage and Imlustrial 
Safety Board instead of publication of such rules and regulalionsj. Approved June 
14, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 341.1 

H. R. 3236, act to provide aid to dependent children in District of Columbia. 

[Approved June 14, 1944J 3 p. (Public law 340.) 

S. 1029, act to provide for regulation of certain insurance rates in District of 

Columbia. [Approved June 1, 19i4.] 3 p. (Public law 327.) 

S. 1941, act ro amend District of Columbia alley dwelling act, as amended [so that 

on and after July 1, 1945, it shall be unlawful to use or occupy any alley building 
or stiucture as dwelling in District of Columbia]. Approved June 8, 1944. 1 p. 
(Public law 331.) 

Floods. H. R. 4793, act to provide for emergency flood-control work made necessary by 
recent floods. Approved May 29, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 318.) 

Forests and forestry. H. R. 3848, act to amend sec. 9 of act of May 22, 1928, authorizing 
and directing national survey of forest resonrces [so as to make possible completion of 
Nation-wide survey of forest resources of United States both public and private, and 
to keep results up to date] Approved May 31, 1944. 1 p. (I'ublic law 321.) 

S 1618, act to amend acts of Aug. 20, 1935 (49 Stat. 866), May 11, 1938 (52 

-Stat. 347), June 15, 1938 (52 Stat. 699), and June 25. 1938 (52 Stat. 1205), which 

authorizes appropriation of receipts from certain national forests for purchase of 
lands within boundaries of such forests, to provide that any such receipts not appro- 
priated or appropriated but not expended or obligated shall be disposed of in same 
manner as other national-forest receipts. [Approved May 26, 1944.] 3 p. (Public 
law 310.) 

Hawaii. 11. R. 3403, act to withdraw and restore to their previous status under control 
of Hawaii certain Hawaiian home lands required for use for airplane landing flields, 
and to amend sec. 202. 203, and 207 of title 2 of Hawaiian Homes Commission act, 1920. 
[Approved May 31, 1944.] 6 p. (Public law 320.) 

Hungry Horse Dam. H R. 3570, act to provide for partial construction of Hungry 
Horse Dam on South Fork of Flathead River in Montana. Approved June 5, 1944 

1 p. (Public law 329.) 

Income tax. M. R. 4646, act to provide for simplification of individual income tax. 

[Approved May 29. 1944.] 29 p. (Public law 315.) 
Klamath Drainage District. H. R. 3476, act to approve contract negotiated with 

Klamath Drainage District and to authorize its execution. [Approved June 17, 1944.] 

2 p. (Public law 342.) 

Loans. H. J. Res. 2^0, joint resolution to provide assistance to farmers whose property 
was destroyed or damaged, in whole or in part, by floods and windstorms in 1944, 
in order to enable them to continue farming operations to produce food for war 
effort. Approved May 20. 1914. 1 p. (Public law 307.) 

Menominee Indians. H. J. Res. 160, joint resolution to provide for disposition of pro- 
ceeds to accrue as result of interlocutory judgment of Court of Claims in suit brought 
against United States by Menominee tribe of Indians. [Approved May 29. 1944.] 2 p. 
(Public law 316.) 

Mississippi River. H. R. 3028. act to Extend time for construction of bridge across 
Mississippi River at or near Sauk Rapids, Minn, [by Minnesota Department of High- 
ways and countries of Benton and Stearns, Minn.]. Approved June 1, 1944. 1 p. 
(Public law 325.) 

S. 1660, act granting consent of Congress to Minnesota Department of High-ways 

and county of Crow Wing. Minn., to construct free highway bridge across Mississippi 
River at Mill Street, Brainerd, Minn. Approved June 13, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 337.) 

Navajo Reservation. H. R. 2143, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to exchange 
lands within Navajo Indian Reservation. Ariz, [for lands held bv Woman's Board of 
Home Missions of Presbyterian Cliurch]. Approved May 29, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 317.) 

Naval petroleum i-eserves. H. J. Res. 286, joint resolution providing for operation 
of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves. Approved June 17, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 344.) [H. J. Res. 286 relates to Elk Hills naval petroleum reserve only.] 

H. R. 4771, art to amend part of act making appropriations for naval service, 

fiscal year 1921, as amended, relating to conservation, care, custody, protection, and 
operation of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves. [Approved June 17, 1944.] 4 p 
(Public law 343.) [II. li. 4771 rolates to naval petrol, iim reserves only.] 

Navi/ Department. II. R. 4559. act making appropriations for Navy Department and 
naval service, fiscal year 1945, and additional appropriations therefor, fiscal year 
1944. [Approved June 22, 1944.] 25 p. (Public law 347.) 

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rublic law 306-350, 78Ui Congress— Continued. 

Nurse Corps, Army, S. 1808, act to authorize tciiiporarv appoiutiiii-nt as officers in 
Army of Unitecl Slates of members of Army Nurse Corps, female persons having 
necessary (lualilications for appointment in such corps, female dietetic and physical- 
therapy persotmel of Medical Department of Army, exclusive of students and appren- 
tices, and female persons having necessary qualifications for appointment in such 
department as female dietetic or physical-therapy personnel lApproved June 22, 
1!)44.] ;i p. (rul)lic law 350.) 

Ordnance S. 1771, act authorizing appropriations for Navy for additional ordnance 
manufacturing and production facilities. Approved May 26, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 
311 ) 

Panama Canal. S. G8.H. act to provide for recognition of services of civilian officials 
and employees, citizens of United States, engaged in and about construction of 
Panama Canal. [Approved May 29, li)44.] 3 p. (Public law 319.) [S. 683 provides 
annuities for all citizens of United States employed by Isthmian Canal Commission 
or Panama Railroad Company for 3 years or more during construction period who do 
not receive benefits under any other act.] 

Pearl Harbor. S. J. Res. 133, joint resolution to extend statute of limitation in certain 
cases [so as to extend time limit for immunity from possible court martial or prose- 
cution of any person or persons, military or civil, connectrd with Pearl Harbor catas- 
trophe of Dec. 7, 1941, for 6 months from June 7, 1944]. Approved June 13, 1944 1 p. 
(Public law 339.) 

Pi n.\wns. H. R. 3356, act to increase service-connected disability rates of compensation 
or pension payable to veterans of World War I and World War II and veterans entitled 
to wartime rates based on service on or after Sept. 16. 1940, for service-connected 
disabilities, and to increase rates for widows and children under Public law 484, 73d 
Congress, as amended, and to include widows and children of World War II veterans 
for benefits under latter act. Approved May 27, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 312.) 

H. R. 3377, art to increase rate of pension for World War veterans from $40 to 

.$50 per month, to $60 per month in certain specified cases. Approved May' 27, 1944. 
1 p. (Public law 313.) 

S. 771, act to provide for payment of pensions and componsation to certain persons 

who are receiving [military or naval] retired pay. Approved May 27, 1944. 1 p. 
(Public law 314.) 

Postal scrrire. H. R. 1565. act relating to appointment of postmasters. Approved May 
20, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 306.) 

H. R. 2928, act to amend act to fix hours of duty of postal employees, and for 

other purposes, as amended [so as to authorize payment for overtime of certain 
employees not covered by said act]. [Approved June 12, 1944.] 2 p. (Public 
law 334.) 

Public assistance. H. J. Res. 298, joint resolution making appropriations for grants 

to States under social security act [for old age assistance, aid to dependent children. 

and aid to the blind, and for iinemployment compensation administration]. Approved 

June 22, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 348.) 
Public debts. H. R. 4464. act to increase debt limit of United States. Approved June 9, 

1944. 1 p (Public law 333.) 
8eeing-eye dogs. H. R. 4519. act to authorize administrator of veterans' affairs to 

furnish seeing eye dogs for blind veterans. Approved May 24, 1944. 1 p. (Public 

law 309.) 
Ships. H. R. 4710, act authorizing acquisition and conversion or construction of certain 

landing craft and district craft for Navy. Approved May 31, 1944. 1 p. (Public 

law 322.) 
Soldiers. S. 1767. act to provide Federal Government aid for readjustment in civilian 

life of returning World War II veterans. [Approved June 22, 1944.] 20 p. (Public 

law 346.) [S. 1767 creates a Veterans' Placement Service Board.] 
Sugar. H. R. 4833, act to extend for 2 additional years provisions of sugar act of 1937, 

as amended, and taxes with respect to sugar. Approved June 20, 1944. 1 p. (Public 

law 345.) 
Tunnels. S. 1479, act providing for suspension of certain requirements relating to work 

on [mine] tunnel sites. Approved June 22, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 349.) 
Upper MMsissippi River Wild Life and Fish Refuge. S. 1081, act to add lands to Upper 

Mississippi River Wild Life and Fish Refuge. Approved June 13, 1944. 1 p. (Public 

law 335.) 

CONFERENCE COlVIBtllTTEES 

Agriculture Department. Control and eradication of certain animal and plant 
pests and diseases, conference report to accompany H. R. 4278 [to provide for 
control and eradication of certain animal and plant pests and diseases, to 
facilitate cooi)eration with States in fire control, to provide for more eflScient 
protection and management of national forests, to facilitate carrying out of 
agricultural conservation and related agricultural programs, to faciltiate opera- 
tion of Farm Credit Administration and Rural Electrification Administration, 
to aid in orderly marketing of agricultural commodities, and for other pur- 
poses] ; submitted by Mr. Flannagan. May 26, 1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 1522, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Department of Agriculture appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, con- 
ference report to accompany H. K. 4443 ; submitted by Mr. Tarver. June 6, 
1944. 10 p. (H. rp. 1605, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Ayriculture Department — Continued. 

Department of Agriculture appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, conference 

report to accompany H. R. 4443; submitted by Mr. Tarver. June 22, 1944. 
3 p. (H. rp. 1714, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Air pilots. Extending civilian [pilot] training act, conference report to accom- 
pany S. 1432; .submitted by Mr. Bulwinkle. June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1740, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Appropriations. Legislative branch and judiciary appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 
194"), conference report to accompany H. li. 4414 ; submitted by Mr. O'Neal. 
June 9, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1616, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) j 

Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1944, conference report to accompany 

H. R. 5040 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal years 1944 and 1945, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Can- 
non of Missouri. June 23, 1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 1745, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Cothron, Mrs. Mavis N. Mavis Norrine Cothron and legal guardian of Norma 
Lee Cothron, Florence Janet Cothron, and Nina Faye Cothron, conference 
report to accompany H. R. 33!!0 [for relief of Mavis Norrine Cothron and legal 
guardian of Norma Lee Cothron, Florence Janet Cothron, and Nina Faye 
Cothron] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 20, 1944. 1 p. ( H. rp. 169<5, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Coiireil, Louis. Louis Courcil, confeivnce report to accompany H. R. 248 [for 
relief of Louis Courcil] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 20, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1690, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Customs Service. Amendment of sec. 451 of tariff act of 1930, conference report 
to accompany S. 1758 [to amend sec. 451 of tariff act of 1930, and for other 
purposes, to provide for payment of customs employees for inspectional services 
on Sundays and holidays] ; submitted by Mr. Doughton. May 24, 1944. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 1510, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Correct-ed print.] t 

Denif/ati, James T. Rev. James T. Denigan, conference report to accompany 
H. R. 3538 [for relief of James T. Denigan] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 
20, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1697, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

District of Columbia appropriation bill, fiscal year 1945, conference reix)rt to 
accompany H. R. 4801 ; submitted by Mr. Coffee. June 22, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 
1719, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Foreign Economic Administration appropriation bill, 1945, conference report to 
accompany H. R. 4937 [making appropriations for defense aid (lend-lease), 
for participation by United States in work of United Nations Relief and Re- 
habilitation Administration, and for Foreign Economic Administration, fiscal 
year 1945] ; submitted by Mr. Cannon of Missouri. June 22, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1721, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Government contracts. Settlement of terminated war contracts, conference re- 
port to accompany S. 1718; submitted by Mr. Sumners of Texas. June 21, 
1944. 28 p. (H. rp. 1708, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [S. 1718 establishes the Oflice 
of Contract Settlement and creates a Contract Settlement Advisory Board.] t 
L. C. card 44-41083 

Oo^vernment offtcrx. Independent otfices appropriation bill, 1945. conference re- 
port to accompany H. R. 4070 [making appropriations for Executive Office and 
sundry independent executive bureaus, Ixtards, commissions, and offices, fiscal 
year 1945] ; submitted by Mr. Woodrum of Virginia. May 29, 1944. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 1544, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Independent offices appropriation bill, 1945, conference report to accompany 

H. R. 4070 [making appropriations for Executive Office and sundry indeiKMident 
executive bureaus, boards, connnissions, and offices, fiscal year 1945] ; submitted 
by Mr. Woodrum of Virginia. June 14, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1642, 78th Coug. 
2d sess.) t 

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Qoverntvcnt offices — Contimied. 

National war agencies appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, conference 

report to accompany 11. R. 4S79; submitted by Mr. Cannon of Missouri. June 
22, 1044. 4 p. (II. rp. 1722, T8th Cong. 2d ses.s.) t 

L. C. card 44-410S6 

Hampton, Mrs. Mildred B. Mildred V,. Hampton, conference report to accompany 
H. R. 1412 Ifor relief of Mildred B. Hampton] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. 
June 20, 1044. 1 p. (H. rp. 1094, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Held, Edioard E. Edward E. Held and Mary Jane Held, conference report to 
accompany H. R. 2025 [for relief of Edward E. Held and Mary Jane Held] ; 
submitted by Mr. McGeliee. June 20, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 169o,"7<8th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Interior Department. Department of Interior appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 
1945, conference report to accompany H. R. 4679; submitted bv Mr. Johnson of 
Oklahoma. June 17, li)44. 19 p. (H. rp. 1G78, 78th Cong. 2cl sess.) t 

Lahor Department. Labor-Federal Security appropriation bill, 1945, conference 
report to aconipany H. R. 4899 [making appropriations for Department of 
Labor. Federal Security Agency, and related independent agencies, fiscal year 
1945] ; submitted by Mr. Hare. June 21, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1710, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Lewis, Delores. Delores Lewis, conference report to accompany H. R. 1313 [for 
relief of Delores Lewis]: submitted bv -Mr. McGehee. June 20, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1692, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

McKay, Charles M. Rev. C. M. McKay, conference report to accompany IT. R. 544 
[for relief of C. M. McKay] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 20, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1691. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Navp Drpartment. Naval appropriation bill, 1945, conference report to accom- 
pany H. R. 4559 [making appropriations for Navy Department and naval serv- 
ice, fiscal year 1945] ; submitted by Mr. Sheppard. May 26. 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1521, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-^1034 

Naval appropriation bill. 1945. conference report to accompany H. R. 4559 

[making appropriations for Navy Department and naval service, fiscal year 
1945. and additional appropriations therefor, fiscal vear 1944] ; submitted bv 
Mr. Sheppard. June 13, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1637, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41114 " . 

Panama Canal. Terms of office of district attorney and marshal in Canal Zone, 
conference report to accompany H. R. 3646 [to amend sec. 42 of title 7 of 
Canal Zone code] ; submitted by Mr. Bland. June 23. 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1746, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) f 

Pearl Harbor. Extending statute of limitation in certain cases, conference re- 
port to accompany S. J. Res. 133 [to extend time limit for immunity from 
possible court martial or prosecution of any person or persons, military or 
civil, connected wilh Pearl Harbor catastrophe of Dec. 7. 1941, for one year 
from June 7. 1944] ; submitted by Mr. Sumners of Texas. June 7. 1944. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1612. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Committee recommends amendment of 
S. J. Res. 133 so as to provide for a 6 months' extension from June 7. 1944. 
and amendment of title to read: .Joint resolution to extend statute of limita- 
tion in certain cases.] f 

Prices. Extending price control and stabilization acts, conference report to 
accompanv S. 1764: submitted bv Mr. Spence. June 20, 1944. 26 p. (H. rp. 
1698. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41089 

Puhlic dr1)ts. Incroa.sing debt limit of United States, conferei" e i-eport to ac- 
company H. R. 4464 ; submitted by Mr. Doughton. June 5, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1598, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Corrected print.] t 

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Soldiers. Providing Federal Goveruiuent aid for readjustment in civilian life 
of returning World War II veterans, conference report to accompany S. 1767 ; 
submitted by Mr. Rankin. June 12, 1044. 26 p. (H. rp. 1624, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess.) [S. 1767, as hero reported, creates a Veterans' Placement Service 
Board.] t 
L. C. card 44-41063 

Stale Department. Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce appropria- 
tion bill, [fiscal year] 1945, conference report to accompany H. R. 4204; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Kerr. June 20, 1944. L2] p. (II. rp. 1687, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
t 

Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce appropriation bill, [fiscal 

year] 1945, conference report to accompany 11. R. 4204 ; submitted by Mr. 
Uabaut. June 5, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1599, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce appropriation bill, [fiscal 

year] 1945, conference report to accompany H. R. 4204 ; submitted by Mr. 
Rabaut. June 12, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1623, 78th Cong. 2'd sess.) t 

Stewart, Eddie T. Eddie T. Stewart, conference report to accompany H. R. 
1411 [for relief of Eddie T. Stevpart] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 20, 
1944. Ip. (H. rp. 1693, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

War Department. Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
conference reiwrt to accompany H. R. 4967 ; submitted by Mr. Snyder. June 
22,1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1720, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 4-1-410&1 

War Department civil functions appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 

conference report to accompany H. R. 4183 ; submitted by Mr. Snyder. June 
6,1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1604, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

War Department civil functions appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 

conference report to accompany H. R. 4183 ; submitted by Mr. Snyder. June 
19. 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1680, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 



EXECUTIVE PAPERS, JOINT COMMITTEE ON DISPOSITION OF 

Government offices. Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. 
Elliott. June 7, 1944. 1 p. (11. rp. 1607, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 7, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1608, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 7, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1609, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott, June 7, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1610, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 7, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1611, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

• Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 21, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1704, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 21, 

1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1705, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report ; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 21, 

1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1706, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Disposing of certain papers, report; submitted by Mr. Elliott. June 21, 

1944. 1 p. ( H. rp. 1707, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

American Legion. Proceedings of 25th national convention of American Legion, 
Omaha, Nebr., Sept. 21-23, 1943. 1944. xii+[3]-f-400 p. il. 2 p. of por. 
(H. doc. 364, 78th Cong. 1st sess.) * Paper, 55c. 
L. C. card 25-26630 

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762 Government Publications 

Approfyriatiotii^. Supplomental estimates of appropriations for legislative estab- 
lishment, House of Representatives, fiscal vear 1^4 and fiscal year 1945. June 
1. 1{>44. 2 p. (H. doc. G30, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Calendars of House t)f Representatives and history of legislation, 78th Congress, 
2d session, June 1-23, 1944 ; no. 93-112. 1944. various paging, large 8" [Daily 
when House of Representatives is in .session.] J Y 1.2 : 1/78-2-93 to 78-2-112 

Income ia.r. Individual income tax act of 1944, questions and answers relating 
to Public law 31."». to provide for simplification of individual income tax, 
approved May 29, 1944; [prepared by Daniel A. Reed]. 1944. ii+14 p. (H. 
doc. 655, 78thCong. 2d sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41093 

Roads. Laws relating to Federal aid in ccmstruction of roads [Aug. 24, 1912- 
Apr. 4, 1944] ; compiled by Elmer A. Lewis, superintendent of Document Room, 
House of Representatives. 1944. 133 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 308 
L. C. card 44-41109 Y 1.2 : R 53/944 

ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Campaign Expenditures, Special Committee to Investigate, House. Providing for 
expenses of committee authorized by House resolution 551 [to investigate cam- 
paign expenditures of various candidates for House of Representatives], report 
to accompany H. Res. 607; submitted by Mr. Cochran. June 22, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1711, 7Stli Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Education Committee, House. Expenses of conducting study and investigation 
[of effect of certain war activities on colleges and imiversities], authorized by 
House resolution 592, incurred by Committee on Education, report to accompanv 
H. Res. 608; submitted by Mr. Cochran. June 22, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1712, 
7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Labor Committee, Emise. Expenses of conducting study and investigation [rela- 
tive to aid given to the physically handicapped], authorized by House resolu- 
tion 230, incurred by Committee on Labor, report to accompaiiv H. Res. 609: 
submitted by Mr. Cochran. June 22, 1944. 1 p. ( H. rp. 1713,* 7Sth Cong. 2d 
sess.) t 

AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE. HOUSE 

Crop insurance, report to accompany H. R. 4911 [to amend Federal crop insurance 
act] ; submitted by Mr. Fulmer. June 2, 1944. 7 p. (H. rp. 1592, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41022 

Farmers' Home Corporation. Farmers' Home Corporation act of 1944, hearings, 
78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4384. to simplify and improve credit services 
to farmers and promote farm ownership by abolishing certain agricultural 
lending agencies and functions, by transferring assets to Farmers' Home Cor- 
poration, by enlarging ix>wers of Farmers' Home Corporation, by authorizing 
Government insurance loans to farmers, by creating preferences for loans and 
insured mortgages to enable veterans to acquire farms, by providing additional 
specific authority and directions with respect to liquidation of resettlement 
projects and rural rehabilitation projects for resettlement purposes, and for 
other purposes, Mar. 29-May 15, 1944. 1944. iii-|-316 p. * Paper, 35c. 
• Item 338. Y 4. Ag 8/1 : F 22/24 

■ Farmers' Home Corporation act of 1944, report to accompany H. R. 4876 

[to simplify and improve credit services to farmers and promote farm owner- 
ship by abolishing certain agricultural lending agencies and functions, by 
transferring assets to Farmers' Home Corporation, by enlarging powers of 
Farmers' Home Corporation, by authorizing Government insurance of loans 
to farmers, by creating preferences for loans and insured mortgages to enable 
veterans to acquire farms, by providing additional specific authority and di- 
rections with re.si)ect to liquidation of resettlement projects and rural rehabili- 
tation projects for resettlement purposes, and for other purposes] ; submitted 
by Mr. Cooley. June 23, 1944. 59 p. (H. rp. 1747, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [In- 
cludes minority views.] t 
L. C. card 44-41094. 

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Sugar. Extension of sugar act, report to accompany H. R. 4833 [to extend for 

2 additional years provisions of sugar act of 1937, as amended, and taxes with 
respect to sugar] ; submitted by Mr. Flannagaii. May 26, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1519, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Appropriation!^. Second deficiency appropriation act, 1944, report to accompany 
H. R. 5040 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations 
for fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropria- 
tions for fiscal years 1944 and 1945, and for other purp<ises] ; submitted by Mr. 
Cannon of Missouri. June IG, 1944. 28 p. (H. rp. 16G0, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Second deficiency appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1944, hearings before 

subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session. 1944. ii + 445 p. il. * Paper, 55c. 

• Item 339 Y 4. Ap 6/1 : D 36/944-2 

District of Columhia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, hearings before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 2d session. 1944. ii + 1198 p. * Paper, $1.50. 

• Item 339 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : D 63/945 

Foreign Economic Administration.. Foreign Economic Administration appropria- 
tion bill, [fiscal year] 1945. hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d 
session : Defense-aid, lend-lease, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Ad- 
ministration. Foreign Economic Administration, salaries and expenses, Export- 
Import Bank of Washington. 1944. ii -f 475 p. 11. * Paper, 60c. • Item 339 
L. C. card 44-5972 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : F 76/2/945 

— — Foreign Economic Administration appropi-iation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
including defense aid (lend-lease) and participation by United States in United 
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, report to accompany H. R. 
4937; submitted by Mr. Cannon of Missouri. June 2, 1944. 28 p. (H. rp. 1591, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41021 

Government ofliccs. National war agencies appropriation hill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session. 1944. 3 pts. 

• Item 339. 

L. C. card 44-41100 Y 4. Ap 6/1 : N 21/2/945 

pt.. 1. Office of Censorship, Committee for Congested Production Areas, Offiec of Co- 
ordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Defense Transportation, Petro- 
leum Administrator for War, Office of Scientific Researcli and Development, 
Selective Service System. Smaller War Plants Corporation, War Labor Board, 
War Production Board, War Sliippins Administration, ii -f 1080 p. il. * Paper, 
!51.50. 

pt. 2. Office of Central Administrative Services, Office of Civilian Defense, Committee 
on Fair Employment Practice, Office of Strategic Services, Office of War In- 
formaion. Office of War Mobilization, War Relocation Authority, ii + 732 p. 
♦ Paper, .$1.00. 

pt. 3. Office of Civilian Defense, ii + 9 p. ♦ Paper, 5c. 

National war agencies appropriation bill [fiscal year] 1945, report to 

accompany H. R. 4879 ; submitted by Mr. Cannon of Missouri. May 25, 1944. 
43 p. (H. rp. 1511, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41036. 
Labor Department. Department of Labor, Federal Security Agency, and related 
independent offices appropriation bill, fiscal year 1945, report to accompany 
H. R. 4899 ; .submitted by Mr. Hare. May 27, 1944. 47 p. (H. rp. 1520, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Department of Labor, Federal Security Agency appropriation bill, [fiscal 

year] 1945, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress. 2d session. 1944. 

3 pts. • Item 339. • Y 4.Ap 6/1 : L 11/945 
pt. 1. Department of Labor, Employees' Compensation Commission, National Lsibor Re- 
lations Board, National Mediation Board, Railroad Retirement Board. ii-(-817 
D. * Paper, $1.2.5. 

pt. 2. Federal Security Agency, ii + 583 p. 'Paper. 75c. 

pt. 3.. War Manpower Commission, ii + 243 p. •Paper, 30c. 

War Department. Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session. 1944. ii + 649 p. 
il. 1 pi. * Paper, $1.00. • Item 839. 
L. C. card 44-6052 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : W 19/3/945 

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War Department — Continued. 

Military estahlishment appropriation bill, [fiscal yearl 10-15, report to ac- 
company II. R. 4007; submitted by Mr. Snyder. June 7, 1044. 23 p. (H. rn 
1606, 78th Conp. 2d scss.) f 

L. C. card 44-41028 

BANKING AND CURRENCT COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Mortgage insurance. Amending sec. COS (a) of national housing act, as amended 
[relative to war housing in.suranee], report to accompany H. R. 4840; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Spence. June 22, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1723, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Prices. Extending emergency price control act of 1042, reiwrt to accompany 
H. R. 4041 [to extend period of operation of emergency price control act of 
1042 and stabilization act of Oct. 2, 1942] ; submitted bv Mr. Spence. June 3, 
1944. 26 p. (H. rp. 1503, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, lOc. 
L. C. card 44-41025 

Extension of emergency price control act, hearings, 78th Congress. 2d ses- 
sion, on H. R. 4376, to extend period of operation of emergency price control 
act of 1042 and of act of Oct. 2. 1042, to amend emergency price control act 
of 1942. to aid in preventing inflation, and for other purposes, Apr. 12-Mav 
[101. ]9t4. 1044. 2 V. [xviii]-f2477 p. il. 2 pi. map. * Paper, v. 1, $1.75; 
* V. 2. .$1.75. • Item 340 

L. C. card 44r41009 Y 4.B 22/1 : P 93/3/v.l,2 

CIVIL SER\^CE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Women's Air (Service Pilots. Investigation of civilian employment, concerning 
inquiries made of certain proposals for expansion and change in civil service 
status of WASPS, pursuant to H. Res. 16: [submitted by Mr. Ramspeckl. 
1944. ii-fl4 p. (H. rp. 1600, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Includes minority re- 
port.] t 
L. C. card 44-41027 

CLAIMS COMMITFEE, HOUSE 

Adams. A. R. Dr. A. R. Adams, report to accompany S. 1465 [for relief of A. R. 
Adams] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. June 16, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1663, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Armstrong, Mrs. Florence. Mrs. Florence Armstrong, report to accompany H. R. 
4331 [for relief of Mrs. Florence Armstrong] ; submitted by Mr. Green. June 
23, 1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 1738, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Beaton, John J. John J. Beaton, report to accompany H. R. 2845 [for relief 
of John J. Beaton] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. May 29, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1535, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Beckhnm, Louis. Louis Beckham, report to accompany H. R. 4111 [for relief 
of Louis Beckham] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. 
rp. 1657, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

BeUo, Marino. Marino Bello, report to accompany S. 1483 [for relief of Marino 
Bello] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1664, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Berberian, Archie J. Archie Berberian, Kurken Berberian, and Mrs. Osgetel 
Berberian, report to accompany 11. R. 3465 [for relief of Archie Berberian, 
Kurken Berberian, and Mrs. Osgetel Berberian] ; submitted by Mr. Stigler. 
June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1660, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Bishopville Milling Co., report to accompany S. 1247 [for relief of Bishopville 
Milling Company] ; submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. May 20, 1044. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1531, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Bonney, Daniel R. .John H. Bonney, report to accompany H. R. 4036 [for relief 
of John H. Bonney, legal guardian of Daniel R. Bonney] : submitted by Mr. 
Sauthoff. June 23, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1736, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Borrego, John. Mr. and Mrs. John Borrego, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Silva, legal guard- 
ian of Frank Borrego. legal guardian of Rueben Silva, and legal guardian 
of lUidolph Silva, report to accompany S. 1005 [for relief of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Borrego, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Silva, legal guardian of Frank Borrego, legal 
guardian of Rueben Silva, and legal guardian of Rudolph Silva] ; submitted 
by Mr. Green. June 23, 1&44. 6 p. (H. rp. 1727, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Brannen, Paul E. P. E. Brannen, report to accompany H. R. 4101 [for relief 
of P. E. Brannen] ; submitted by Mr. Stigler. May 31, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp, 
1565, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Chino., United States Court for. Certain former employees of United States 
Court for China, report to accom'pany H. R. 4080 [for relief of certain former 
employees of United States Court for China] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. June 
l(i, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1670, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

City National Bunk BuUdlnfi Co., report to accompany S. 1453 [for relief of City 
National Bank Building Company] ; submitted by Mr. Carson [of Ohio]. June 
22, 1944. 5 p. ( H. rp. 1720, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Cooper, John T. John T. Cooper, report to accompany H. R. 2237 [for relief of 
John T. Cooper] ; submitted by Mr. Patton. May 29, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1533, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Cormier, Mrs. Victoria. Victoria Cormier, report to accompany H. R. 4024 [for 
relief of Victoria Cormier] ; submitted by Mr. Abernethy. May 31, 1944. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 1563, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Coulter, Diemer A. Diemer Adison Coulter and Frances Andrew Coulter, report 
to accompany H. R. 2150 [for relief of Diemer Adison Coulter and Frances 
Andrews Coulter] ; submitted by Mr. Abernethy. May 31, 1944. 8 p. (H. rp. 
15.52, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Diemer Adison Coulter and Frances Andrew Coulter, report to accompany 

H. R. 2150 [for relief of Diemer Adison Coulter and Frances Andrews Coulter] ; 
submitted by Mr. Abernethy. June 19, 1944. 8 p. (H. rp. 1684, 78th Cong. 
2d sess. ) t 

CusJiman, John. Mr. and Mrs. John Cushman, report to accompany H. R. 4197 
[for relief of Mr. and Mrs. John Cushman] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. 
May 31, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1560, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Datesmnn, J. Ralph. J. Ralph Datesman, report to accompany H. R. 3813 [for 
relief of J. Ralph Datesman] ; submitted by Mr. Miller of Missouri. May 29, 
1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1538, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Daif, Leo E. Leo Edward Day and Phillip Tamborello, report to accompany 
H. R. 4050 [for relief of Leo Edward Dav and Phillip Tamborello] ; submitted 
by Mr. Chenoweth. May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1564, 78th Cong, 2d sess.) t 

DeGroot, Violet. Legal guardian of Violet DeGroot, report to accompany H. R. 
3727 [for relief of legal guardian of Violet DeGroot] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. 
June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1652, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Eatman, Michael, jr. Michael Eatman, jr., and Mrs. Michael Eatraan, jr., report 
to accompany H. R. 2019 [for relief of Michael Eatman, jr., and Mrs. Michael 
Eatman. jr.] ; submitted hv Mr. Abernethy. Mav 31, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1556, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ennis. George P. Gladys A. Ennis, as executrix of estate of George Pearse Ennis 
and O.scar H. Julius, and Excelsior Automotive Service, Inc., report to accom- 
pany H. R. 195 [for relief of Gladys A. Ennis, as executrix of estate of George 
Pearse Ennis and Oscar H. Julius, and Excelsior Automotive Service, Incor- 
porated] ; submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. June 23, 1944. 9 p. (H. rp. 1728, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Feller. L. M., Co. L. M. Feller Co. and Wendell C. Graus, report to accnmiiaiiv 
H. R. 4528 [for relief of L. M. Feller Company and Wendell C. Graus] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Pittenger. May 29, 1944. 9 p. (H. rp. 1539, 78th C'.ng. 
2d sess.) t 

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Fortier, Louis J. Brig. Gen. Louis J. Fortler, report to accompany H. R. 4144 
[for relief of Louis J. Fortier] ; submitted bv Mr. Patten. June 22, 1944. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1737, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Oause, Francia L. F. L. Gause, Rosalind Gause, and Helen Gause, report to 
accompany H. R. 3U9C [for relief of F. L. Gause and legal guardian of Rosalind 
and Helen Gause] ; submitted by Mr. Patton. June 16, 1944. 21 p. (H. rp. 
1654, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Gcsteland, Ivrr M. Iver M. Gesteland, report to accompany S. 754 [for relief 
of Iver M. Gesteland] ; submitted by Mr. SauthofC. Mav 31,^1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 
1545, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ooehel, Frederick O. Frederick G. Goebel, report to accompany S. 1461 [for 
relief of Frederick G. Goebel] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. June 16, 1944. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1662, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Halverson, Uclen. Helen Halverson, report to accompany S. 1731 [for relief 
of Helen Halverson] ; submitted by Mr. Green. June 16, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1665, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Hawke. Mrs. Elsie. Elsie Hawke, report to accompany H. R. 3584 [for relief 
of Elsie Hawke] ; submitted by Mr. Stigler. June 23, 1944. o p. (H. rp. 1734, 
78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Henderson, Frank. Frank Henderson and Frances Nell Henderson, report to 
accompany H. R. 1940 [for relief of Frank Henderson and Frances Nell Hender- 
son, his wife] ; submitted by Mr. Abernethy. May 31,' 1944. 7 p. (H. rp. 
1551, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Holland, Mrs. May. Mrs. May Holland, report to accompany H. R. 2345 [for relief 
of Mrs. May Holland] ; submitted by Mr. Green. June 16, 1944. 7 p. (H. rp. 
1667, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Home Insurance Co. of Neiv York, report to accompany H. R. 3431 [for relief of 
Home Insurance Company of New York] ; submitted by Mr. Scrivner. May 31, 
1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1558, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Hunt, Cicero B. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero B. Hunt, report to accompany H. R. 3152 
[for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Cicero B. Hunt] ; submitted by Mr. Carson of Ohio. 
May 31, 1944. 7 p. (H. rp. 1557, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ingram, J. WiUiam. J. William Ingram, report to accompany H. R. 3481 [for 
relief of J. William Ingram] ; submitted by Mr. Miller of Missouri. May 31, 
1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 1560, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Knight, Mrs. Rebecca A. Rebecca A. Knight and Martha A. Christian, report to 
accompany S. 1281 [for relief of Rebecca A. Knight and Martha A. Christian] ; 
submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1547, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Lankton, J. Fletcher, d Ziegele, John N. J. Fletcher Lankton and John N. Ziegele, 
report to accompany H. R. 4707 [for relief of J. Fletcher Lankton and John N. 
Ziegele, firm] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1569, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Lebanon Woolen Mills, Inc., report to accompany H. R. 3511 [for relief of Lebanon 
Woolen Mills, Incorporated] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. May 31, 1944. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 1561, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Lewis, Mrs. Anne R. Anne Rebecca Lewis and Mary Lewis, report to accompany 
S. 1305 [for relief of Anne Rebecca Lewis and Mary Lewis] ; submitted by 
Mr. Sauthoff. May 31, 1944. 8 p. (H, rp. 1548, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Long, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Elizabeth Powers Long, report to accompany H. R. 
2151 [for relief of Elizabeth Powers Jjoug] ; submitted by Mr. Abernethy. 
May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1553, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

McDonald, John D. John Duncan McDonald, report to accompany H. R. 4712 
[for relief of John Duncan McDonald] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. May 31, 
1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1580, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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MucNeil, John L. John L. MacNeil, report to accompany H. R. 4631 [for relief 
of John L. MacNeil] ; submitted by Mr. McCJehee. June 16, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1671, 78th Cong. 2(1 sess.) f 

McNtiliij, Mrs. Donua M. Donna May McNulty, report to accompany H. R. 3463 
[for relief of Donna May McNulty] ; submitted by Mr. Patton. June 16, 1944. 
3 p. (II. rp. 1668, 78th Cong. 20 sess.) f 

Mariiic Barracks, Quant ico. Reimbiirsing certain Coast and Geodetic Survey 
and Marine Corps personnel for personal property lost or damaged as result of 
fire at Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va. [Dec. 16, 1943], report to accompany 
S. 1714; submitted by Mr. Mc(iehee. May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1570, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Miles, Clarence H. Clarence H. Miles, Mrs. MoUie Miles, and Hardy Miles, report 
to accompany H. R. 2688 [for relief of Clarence H. Miles, Mrs. Mollie Miles, and 
Hardy Miles] ; submitted by Mr. Patton. June 14, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1649, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Miller, J. M. J. M. Miller, James W. Williams, and Gilbert Theriot. report to 
accompany S. 1553 [for relief of J. M. Miller, James W. Williams, and Gilbert 
Theriot] ; submitted bv Mr. McGeliee. May 31, 1944. 5 p. (11. rp. 1549, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Murphy, Ilelcne M. Helene Murphy, report to accompany S. 1102 [for relief of 
Helene Murphy] ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. May 31. 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1577, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

^aval Advance Base Depot, Port Hueneme. Providing for reimbursement of 
certain Navy personnel and former Navy personnel for personal property lost 
or damaged [as result of fire] at Naval Advance Base Depot, Port Hueneme, 
Calif., report to accompany S. 1881 ; submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 17, 1944. 
2p. (H. rp. 1672, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Naval Air Station, Norfolk. Providing for reimbursement of certain Navy and 
civilian personnel for personal property lost as result of fire in hangar V-3 at 
Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va. [Nov. 12, 1942], report to accompany S. 1741; 
submitted by Mr. McGehee. May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1571, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Nelson, Robert W. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Nelson and W. E. Nelson, report to 
accompany H. R. 3548 [for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Nelson and W. E. 
Nelson] ; submitted by Mr. Stigler. May 29, 1944. 9 p. (H. rp. 1536, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

O'Connell, Dennis C. Dennis C. O'Connell, report to accompany H. R. 4439 [for 
relief of Dennis C. O'Connell] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. May 31, 1944. 5 p. 

(H. rp. 1658, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

O'Connell, John M. John M. O'Connell, report to accompany H. R. 2530 [for relief 
of John M. O'Connell] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. May 29, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1534, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Olive, Mrs. Mabelle IJ. Mabelle E. Olive, report to accompany H. R. 4380 [for 
relief of Mabelle E. Olive] ; submitted by Mr. Sauthoff. June 16, 1944. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1659, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Olsen, Sigfried, Shippinff Co. Sigfried Olsen, doing business as Sigfrled Olsen 
Shipping Co., report to accompany H. R. 2825 [for relief of Sigfried Olson, doing 
business as Sigfried Olsen Shipping Conipanv] ; submitted bv Mr. Pittinger 
[Pittenger]. May 31, 1944. 15 p. (H. rp. 1579, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Given, William L. Relief of legal guardian of William L. Owen, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 4226; submitted bv Mr. Miller of Missouri. May 31, 1944. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 1567, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pearl Harbor. Providing for payment of compensation to certain claimants for 
taking by United States of private fishery rights in Pearl Harbor, island of Oahu. 

McGehee. May 31, 1944. 



taking by United States of private fishery rights in Pearl 
T. H., report to accompany S. 1682 ; submitted bv Mr. J 
3 p. (H. rp. 1578, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 



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Peterson, Mm Paul W. Mrs. Pearl \V. Putersou, report to accompany II. R. 3484 
[fur relief of Mrs. l*earl W. Peterson] ; subiuitted by Mr. Keogb. June 28, 
1944. G p. ( II. rp. 1730, 78tb Cong. 2a sess.) t 

I'oitoion, Mrs. Hose. Mrs. Rose Poisson, I'eport to accompany II. It. 3285 \tw 
relief of Mrs. Rose PoissonJ ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. June 16, 1944. 
7 p. (11. rp. IGol, 78tli Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Reily, Mrs. Emily F. Mrs. Emily Reily, report to accompany H. R. 3549 [for 
relief of Mrs. Emily ReilyJ ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. May 31, 1944. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 15G2, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Romberg, Mrs. J. C. Mrs. J. C. Romberg, report to accompany H. R. 262 [for 
relief of Mrs. J. C. Romberg] ; submitted by Mr Miller of Missouri May 31, 
1944 8 p. (H. rp. 1550, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ross, Alfred F. Alfred F. Ross, report to accompany H. R. 4049 [for relief of 
Alfred F. Ross] ; submitted by Mr. SauthofE. June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1656, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Rutherford, Mrs. Ida M. Ida M. Rutherford, report to accompany H. R. 2827 
[for relief of Ida M. Rutherford] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. June 16, 1944. 
5 p. (H. rp. 1650, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Suhis, Fermin. Fermin Salas, report to accompany S. 1093 [for relief of Fermin 
Salas] ; submitted by Mr. Chenoweth. May 31, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1546, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

San Francisco, Calif. City and county of San Francisco, report to accompany 
H. R. 3590 [for relief of city and county of San Francisco] ; submitted by 
Mr. Jenuing.s. May 29, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1537, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) j 

Senders, M., & Co. M. Senders & Co., report to accompany H. R. 3814 [for relief 
of M. Senders and Company] ; submitted by Mr. Scrivner. June 23, 1944. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 1732, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Sherman, Mrs. Phoebe. Mrs. Phoebe Sherman, report to accompany H. R. 2354 
[for relief of estate of Mrs. Phoebe Sherman, and for Mrs. Harriett W. Vander- 
hoef and Allan Vanderhoef] ; submitted by Mr. Jennings. June 15, 1944. 9 p. 
(H. rp. 1643, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Shipp, Charles N. Estate of Charles Noah Sliipp, report to accompany H. R. 
3791 [for relief of estate of Charles Noah Shipp] ; submitted by Mr. Ramey. 
June 16, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1653, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Square D Co., report to accompany S. 1763 [for relief of Square D Company] ; 
submitted by Mr. McGehee. June 16, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1666, 7Sth Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Stapley, O. S., Co. O. S. Stapley Co., report to accompany H. R. 3852 [for relief 
of O. S. Stapley Company] ; submitted by Mr. Murphy. June 23, 1944. 4 p. 
(H.rp. 1733, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

S ted man, Mrs. Jeannette B. Mrs. Jeannette B. Stedman, report to accompany 
H. R. 3782 [for relief of Mrs. Jeannette B. Stedman] ; submitted by Mr. Dick- 
stein. June 23, 1944. 8 p. (H. rp. 1731, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Straka, Charles A. Estate of Charles A. Straka, report to accompany S. 1326 
[for relief of estate of Charles A. Straka] ; submitted by Mr. Miller of Missouri. 
May 29, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1532, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) j 

Tonge, Taylor W. Taylor W. Tonge, report to accompany S. 1112 [for relief of 
Taylor W. Tonge] ; submitted by Mr. Miller of Missouri. May 29, 1944. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 1530, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Walker, Henry C. Henry Clay Walker, report to accompany H. R. 4305 [for 
relief of Henry Clay Walker] ; submitted by ]Mr. Sauthofif. June 16, 1944. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 1658, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Washington Asphalt Co., report to accompany H. R. 2903 [for relief of Washing- 
ton Asphalt Company] ; submitted by Mr. Scrivner. May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. 

rp. 1555, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

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Wott, Anne C. Miss Anne Watt, report to accompany H. R. 3467 [for relief of 
Anne Watt] ; submitted by Mr. Goodwin. May 31, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. IHoO, 
781b Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Williams, W. R. Dr. W. R. Williams, report to accompany H. R. 3074 [for relief 
of W. R. Williams] ; submitted by Mr. Green. June 23, 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 
1729, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Wilson, James T. James Wilson, report to accompany H. R. 2473 [for relief of 
James Wilson] submitted by Mr. Ramoy. May 31, 1944. 10 p. (H. rp. 1554, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Winscli, Mrs. Riiby C. Mrs. Ruby Winsch, report to accompany H. R. 4014 [for 
relief of IMrs. Ruby Winsch] ; submitted by Mr. Pittenger. June 16, 1944. 6 p. 
( H. rp. 1655, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Zukas, Mrs. Anna. Mrs. Anna Zukas, report to accompany H. R. 3880 [for 
relief of Mrs. Anna Zukas] ; submitted by Mr. Scrivner. June 23, 1944. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 1735, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

rhy.sicians. Amending healing arts practice act of District of Columbia, report 
to accompany H. R. 3150 [to amend act to regulate practice of healing art to 
protect public health in District of Columbia, so as to permit licensing of certain 
qualified physicians who are now ineligible for reciprocal licenses] ; submitted 
by Mr. Randolph. June 12, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1628, 78th Cong., 2d sess.) t 

President of United States. Authorizing granting of permits to Committee on 
Inaugural Ceremonies on occasion of inauguration of the President-elect [in 
Jan. 1945], report to accompany H. J. Res. 289; submitted by Mr. Randolph. 
June 12, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1631, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Providing for maintenance of public order and protection of life and 

property in connection with Presidential inaugural ceremonies in 1945, report 
to accompany H. J. Res. 290 ; submitted by Mr. Randolph. June 12, 1944. 1 p. 
(II. rp. 1632,' 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pnhlic Welfare Board. Redefining powers and duties of Board of Public Welfare 
of District of Columbia, to establish Department of Public Welfare, report to 
accompany H. R. 2465 ; submitted by Mr. Randolph. June 12, 1944. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1627, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Restaurants, lunch rooms, etc. Application of District of Columbia health regu- 
lations to Government eating places, report to accompany H. R. 4S67 ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Randolph. June 12, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1629, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Scholarships. Amending act of June 19, 1934 (Public law 435, 73d Cong.), report 
to accompany H. R. 4916 [to amend act of June 19. 1934 (Public law 435, 73d 
Congress), so as to extend educational provisions of said act to children of 
veterans who have died since World War I of war service-connected disabilities 
and to orphans of World War II] : submitted by Mr. Randolph. June 12, 1944. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1630, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

EXECUTIVE AGENCIES, SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE, HOUSE 

Govern went offices. To investigate executive agencies, hearings, 78th Congress, 
1st session, pursuant to H. Res. 102, Apr. 7-June 22, 1943. 1944. pt. 1, 
iv-|-l-1328-i-iv p. [Part 1 relates to Office of Price Administration.] * Paper, 
$1.75. • Item 380 
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EXPENDITURES IN E3ECUTI\'E DEPARTMENTS COMMITIEE, HOUSE 

Courts of United States. E^fablisliing official checking accounts with Treasurer 
of United States for clerks of United States courts and United States marshals, 
report to accompany II. R. 2969 : submitted by Mr. Manasco. June 15, 1944. 
5 p. (H. rp. 1648, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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» KORKIGN AI.TAIK8 COMMITTEi:, HOUSE 

Alaskun International JJiffhway CommisHion, report to accompany II. R. 4(52") Lto 
extend existence of Alaskan International Highway Commission for an addi- 
tional 4 yearsl : submitted by Mr. Hloom. June 6, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1003, 
7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Atrocities. Protesting extermination by the Nazis of minorities in Hungary and 
other Nazi-controlled territories, report to accompany H. Res. (ilO; submitte<l 
by Mr. Bloom. June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1742, 7Sth Cong. 2<1 sess.) t 

Great Britain. Relating to invitation to Congress to send delegation to visit 
British Parliament, report to accompany S. Con. Res. 43; submitted by Mr. 
Bloom. June 23, 1^4. 1 p. (H. rp. 1741, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Opium. Limiting production of opium to amount required for medicinal and 
scientific purposes, reixtrt to accompany H. J. Res. 241 [requesting tlie President 
to urge upon Governments of those countries where cultivation of poppy plant 
exists, necessity of immediately limiting production of opium to amount re- 
quired for strictly medicinal and scientific purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Bloom. 
May 25, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1515, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Reconstruction fund in joint account with foreign Governments for rehabilitation, 
stabilization of currencies, and reconstruction, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, on H. J. Res. 226, Apr. 25-May 17, 1944. 1944. iii+188 p. * Paper, 
25c. • Item 352 
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INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Albuquerque School. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to sell certain lands 
[heretofore acquired for Albuquerque Indian School, N. Mex.], report to accom- 
pany H. R. 126 ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1751, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Barnctt, Jackson. Sale of certain property of estate of Jackson Barnett, report 
to accompany S. 1710 [to authorize sale and conveyance of certain property 
of estate of Jackson Barnett] ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. June 23, 1944. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1749, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Grand Coulee Dam. Acquisition of Indian lands for Grand Coulee Dam and 
Reservoir, report to accompany H. R. 3869 [to amend sec. 1, act of June 29, 
1940 (54 Stat. 703), for acquisition of Indian lands within Spokane and Colville 
Reservations for Grand Coulee Dam and Reservoir] ; submitted by Mr. O'Con- 
nor. June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1752, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Marriage and divorce among Klamath and INIodoc tribes and Yahooskin band of 
Snake Indians, report to accompany S. 267: submitted by Mr. Stockman. 
June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1748, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Osage Indians. Providing for payment of attorney's fees from Osage tribal 
funds, report to accompany S. 1847 ; submitted by Mr. O'Connor. June 23, 1944. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1750, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Tulalip Indiana. Authorizing sale of certain lands of Tulalip tribe of Indians, 
Washington, report to accompany H. R. 4782 ; submitted by Mr. Jackson. June 
23. 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1753, 78th C<>ng. 2d sess.) t 

INSULAR AFFAIRS COMMnTEE, HOUSE 

Puerto Rico. Conditions in Puerto Rico, report pursuant to H. Res. 159 [authoriz- 
ing Committee on Insular Affairs to investigate political, economic, and social 
conditions in Puerto Rico] ; submitted by Mr. Bell. June 17, 1944. 6 p. 
(H. rp. 1676, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Relates to limitation of rum production.] t 

Virgin Islands. Assisting in internal development of Virgin Islands by under- 
taking of useful projects therein, report to accompanv H. R. 5029; submitted 
by Mr. Bell. June 17, 1944. 9 p. (H. rp. 1673, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
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INTEKSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Air pilots. Extending civilian pilot training, act, report to accompany S. 1432 ; 
submitted by Mr. Buhvinkle. June 10, 1\H4. 8 p. (H. rp. 1G22, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Airports. Requesting survey of need for system of airports and landing fields 
[by Administrator of Civil Aeronautics], report to accompany H. Res. 598; 
submitted by Mr. Lea. June 16, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1661, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Voniniodities. Brand names and newsprint, hearings before subcommittee, 78th 
Congress, 2d session, pursuant to H. lies. 98, to investigate Federal grade 
labeling of articles or commodities, and discarding of private brand names, cur- 
tailing production or consumption of new.spriut or papers, and any requirements 
intending to bring about simplification and standardization of production, mar- 
keting, and distribution of articles or commodities, as well as concentration 
of industry or production. Jan. 25-28, 1944; New'sprint. 1944. pt. 4, iii+1315- 
1434 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 356 
L. C. card 43-13799 Y 4.1n 8/4 : B 73/pt.4 

Explosives. Amending transportation of explosives act [with respect to trans- 
portation of explosives in passenger trains], report to accompany H. R. 4958; 
submitted by Mr. Lea. June 15, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1647, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Mississippi River. Extending times for commencing and completing construction 
of bridge across Mississiiipi River at or near Memphis, Tenn. [by Memphis and 
Arkansas Bridge Commission], report to accompany H. R. 4803; submitted by 
Mr. Priest. June 21, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1699, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

■ Free highway bridge across Mississippi River at Mill Street, Brainerd, 

Minn., report to accompany S. 1660 [granting consent of Congress to Minnesota 
Department of Highways and county of Crow Wing, Minn., to construct free 
highway bridge across Mississippi River at Mill Street, Brainerd, Minn.] ; 
submitted by Mr. O'Hara. May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1572, 78th Cong, 
2d sess.) t 

Missouri River. Amending sec. 5 of act approved Apr. 23, 1928, relating to con- 
struction and maintenance of bridge across Missouri River at or near Nebraska 
City, Nebr. [so as to provide for (jperation of bridge free of tolls by Nebraska 
City, Nebr.], report to accompany H. R. 4041; submitted by Mr. Winter. May 
31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1573, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Monongahela River. Authorizing construction and operation of free highway 
bridge across Monongahela lUver in county of Allegheny, Pa. [at Dravosburg, 
Pa., by said county], report to accompany H. R. 4206; submitted by Mr. Myers. 
May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1574, 78th Cong- 2d sess.) t 

Authorizing construction and operation of free highway bridge across 

Monongahela River in county of AUfgbeny, Pa. [from borough of Rankin to 
borough of Whitaker, Pa., by said county], report to accompany H. R. 4207; 
submitted by Mr. Myers. May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1575, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Tuxation. Providing for study of myltiple taxation of air commerce [by Civil 
Aeronautics ISoard], report to accompany H. R. 49.'?5 ; submitted by Mr. Bul- 
winkle. June 12, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1633, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Tuhereulosis. Control of tuberculosis, hearings bef(n-e subcommittee, 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, on H. R. 4615, to establish, for investigation and control of tu- 
berculosis, a division in Public Health Service, June 13 and 14, 1944. 1944. 
iv-l-49 p. * Paper, 10c. • Item 356 
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Functions of Public Health Service with respect to prevention and control 

of tuberculosis, report to accompany H. R. 4615 [to establish, for i;ivestigatiou 
and control of tuberculosis, a division in Public Health Service] ; submitted 
by Mr. Priest. June 15, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1644, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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INVAUU PENSIONS COMMlTTKi:, HOUSE 

rcnsioiis. Increasing service-connected disability rates of pension for certain 
regular establishment veterans and veterans of wars prior to World War I, 
report to accompany H. H. 41)1)1); submitted by Mr. Lesinski. June 17, l&i4. 
3 p. (H. rp. 1077, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pensions for certain physically or mentally helpless children [of veterans], 

hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. G62, Mar. 16, 1944. 11)44. iii+6 p. 
* Taper, 5c. • Item 357 Y 4.1u 8/5 : C 43 

IRRIGATION AND EKCLA M ATION COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Anderson Ranch reservoir. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to purchase im- 
provements on Anderson Ranch reservoir site, Boise reclamation project, Idaho, 
report to accompany 11. R. 3r)27 ; submitted by Mr. Murdock. June 1, 1944. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1587, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEH; HOUSE 

Alaska. Amending Hatch act concerning municipalities in Alaska, report to ac- 
company H. R. 330 [to amend suljsec. 9 (a) of act to prevent pernicious political 
activities, as amended, so as to i>ermit employees of United States Government, 
including Alaska Railroad employees, who reside in municipalities along line of 
Alaska Railroad to participate in local political matters involving municipal 
governments only] ; submitted by Mr. Feighan. June 6, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 
1602, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Bankruptcy. Amending sec. 77 of bankruptcy act (railroad reorganizations), 
report to accompany H. R. 4960 ; submitted by Mr. Hobbs. June 8, 1944. 12 p. 
(H. rp. 1615, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Garden, Oeorge A. Claims of George A. Carden and Anderson T. Herd, report to 
accompany H. R. 4513 [to provide for appeal to Supreme Court of United States 
from decision of Court of Claims in suit instituted by George A. Carden and 
Anderson T. Herd] ; submitted by Mr. Weaver. June 22, 1944. 30 p. (H. rp. 
1725, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Eminent domain. Expediting payment for property acquired during war period, 
eliminating commissioners, appraisers, etc., in condemnation proceedings, sup- 
plemental report to accompany S.919 ; submitted by Mr. Hobbs. May 24, 1944. 
3 p. (H. rp. 919, pt. 2, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [This publication reads 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, although House report 919 is a report of the 1st session of 
the 78th Congress.] t 

Evidence. Safeguarding admission of evidence in certain cases, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 3G90 ; submitted by Mr. Weaver. May 24, 1944. 10 p. (H. rp. 1509, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Includes minority report signed by Mr. Kefauver and 
Mr. Celler and minority views of Mr. Cravens.] t 

Government contracts. Contract termination, executive session, hearings before 
subcommittee no. 3, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4789 and S. 1718, [bills] 
to provide for settlement of claims arising from terminated war contracts. May 
17, 1944. 1944. iv+546 p. (Serial 16.) [Includes hearings before House 
Special Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning, and excerpts 
from other congressional hearings. H. R. 4789 and S. 1718 establish the Office of 
Contract Settlement and create a Contract Settlement Advisory Board.] 
* Paper, 70c. • Item 359 Y 4. J 89/1 : C 768/S 

Settlement of claims arising from terminated war contracts, report to 

accompany S. 1718; submitted by Mr. Walter. June 1, 1944. 39 p. (H. rp. 
1590, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Includes additional views by Emanuel Celler. 
S. 1718 establishes the Office of Contract Settlement and creates a Contract 
Settlement Advisory Board.] t 
L. C. card 44-41018 

Judges. Providing additional circuit judge for 3d judicial circuit and permitting 
filling of 1st vacancy in office of district judge for eastern district of Pennsyl- 
vania, report to accompany H. R. 3750; submitted by Mr. Walter. May 26, 
1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1518, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Mothers of Wo^'ld War No. 2 (incorporation), hearings before subcommittee no. 1, 
78th Congress, 2cl session, on H. R. 3435, to incorporate Mothers of World War 
No. 2, to set forth and establish purposes and aims of organization, fixing its 
corporate powers and establishing rights of membership, and for other purposes, 
May 25, 1944. 1944. iii+14 p. (Serial 17.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 359 

Y 4. J 89/1 : M 85/5 

Pearl Ilarhor. Extending time limit for immunity, report to accompany H. J. 
Res. 283 [to extend time limit for immunity from possible court martial or 
prosecution of any person or persons, military or civil, connected with Pearl 
Harbor catastrophe of Dec. 7, 1941, for one year from Jinie 7, 1944] ; submitted 
by Mr. Weaver. ]\Iny 25, 1944. 5 p. (H. rp. 151G, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) 
[Includes minority views.] f 

LIBRARY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Books. Amending act to provide books for adult blind [so as to increase annual 
appropriation], report to accompanv H. R. 4729; submitted by Mr. 0"ioole. 
May 29, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1542, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Part of this appro- 
priation is to be expended for sound-reproduction records known as talking 
books and for maintenance and replacement of Government-owned talking book 
machines.] 1" 

MEECHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Coast Guard Reserve. Amending Coast Guard Reserve and Auxiliaiy act, report 
to accompany H. R. 3704; submitted by Mr. Bland. June 20, 1944. 9 p. (H 
rp 1686, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 
L. C. card 44^1088 

Fish and fisheries. Manpower shortage in fishery industry, executive hearings 
before subcommittee on fisheries, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. Res. 52, 
authorizing investigation of national defense program as it relates to Committee 
on Merchant IMarine and Fisheries, Mar. 21-May 1, 1944. 1944. iii+96 p. 

• Paper 15c. • Item 362 

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Survey of marine and fresh-water fishery resources of United States by 

Fish and Wildlife Service, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. J. Res. 112, 
authorizing and directing Fish and Wildlife Service of Department of Interior 
to conduct survey of marine and fresh-water fishery resources of United States, 
its Territories, and possessions, Apr. 14, 1944. 1944. iii+29 p. * Paper, 10c. 

• Item 362 

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Ships. Amending sec. 511 (c) of merchant marine act, 1930, as amended [rela- 
tive to deposit of vessel proceeds received from United States in certain cases 
in con.struction reserve fund], x-eport to accompany H. R. 4968; submitted by 
Mr. Bland. June 19, 1944. 8 p. (H. rp. 1683, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

■ Investigation of plate fractures on welded ships, interim report pursuant 

to H. Res. 52; .submitted by Mr. Jackson. June 20, 1944. 20 p. (H. rp. 1685, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 
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Post-war disposition of merchant vessels, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d ses- 
sion, on H. R. 44S6, to provide for sale of certain Government-owned merchant 
vessels. May 25 and 26, 1944. 1944. pt. 1, iii + l-S6 p. * Paper, 10c. 

• Item 362 

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MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSK 

Conscientious ohjcctors. Authorizing appropriation of amounts received from 
services of conscientious objectors for expenditure by Selective Service System, 
report to accoinpany H. R. 3199; submitted by Mr. Sparkman. May 31, 1944. 
3 p. (H. rp. ir.Sl, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Piroitz, Alexandrr. Authorizing admission of Alexander Firouz. citizen of Iran, 
to Military Academy, report to accompany H. J. Res. 22S ; submitted by Mr. May. 
June 21, 1M4. 1 p. (H. rp. 1703, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Military Academy^ West Point. Clarifying law relative to allowance for mileage 
of graduates ()f Military Academy, report to accompany S. 1069 [to clarify law 
relative to allowances for mileage of graduates of Military Academy and trans- 
portation of their dependents on assignment to their 1st duty station and to 
mileage allowance of persons entering Militarv Academy as cadets] : submitted 
by Mr. May. May 25, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1518, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Nurse Corps. Army. Army Nurse Corps, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, 
on H. R. 3718, to grant military rank to certain members of Army Nurse Corps. 
H. R. 3761, to provide for full military rank for membeis of Army Nurse Corps, 
dietitians, and physical-therapy aides, and H. R. 444r>, to authorize temiwrary 
appointment as officers in Army of United States of members of Army Nurse 
Corps, female persons having necessary qualifications for appointment in .such 
corps, female dietetic and physical -therapy personnel of Medical Department 
of Army (exclusive of students and apprentices), and female persons having 
necessary qualifications for appointment in such department as female dietetic 
or physical-therapy personnel, Apr. 27, 1944. 1944. iii+30 p. * Paper, 10c. 
• Item 363 
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Temporary appointment as officers in Army of United States of members 

of Army Nurse Corps and certain other female persons, report to accompany 
H. R. 4445 [to authorize temiJorary appointment as officers in Army of United 
States of members of Army Nurse Corps, female persons having necessary 
qualifications for appointment in such corps, female dietetic and physical- 
therapy persoimel of Medical Department of Army, exclusive of students and 
apprentices, and female persons having necessary qualifications for appoint- 
ment in such department as female dietetic or phvsical-therapv personnel] ; 
submitted by Mr. May. May 25. 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1512, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pay, Army. Providing additional pay for expert and combat infantrymen, report 
to accompany H. R. 4970 [to provide additional pay for enlisted men of Army 
assigned to infantry who are awarded expert infantryman badge or combat 
infantryman badge] ; submitted bv Mr. Mav. June 21. 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 
1700. 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Providing additional pay for personnel required to participate in regular 

and frequent glider flights, report to accompany H. R. 4466 [to amend sec. 18 
of pay readjustment act of 1942 to provide additional pay for personnel of 
Army or Navy who are required to participate in regular and frequent glider 
flights] ; submitted by Mr. May. June 21. 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1702, 7Sth 
Cong. 2(1 sess.) t 

Pearl Ilarhor. Investigations of national war effort, interim report pursuant to 
H. Res. 30: [submitted by Mr. May]. 1944. ii + Sl p. (H. rp. 1638. 78tb 
Cong. 2d sess.) [Relates primarily to contract for Pearl Harbor installations 
granted by Theodore Wyman, jr.. to company dominated by Hans Wilhelm 
(John William) Rohl.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 44-41059 

Requisitions (military). Requisition of property denied exportation, report to 
accompany S. 1749 [to amend sec. 3 of act to authorize the President to 
requisition certain articles and materials for use of T'nited States, approved 
Oct. 10, 1940, as amended, to continue it in effect] ; submitted by Mr. May. 
June 7, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1614, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. 0. card 44-41012 

Requisition of property for national defense. rei)ort to accompany S. 1748 

[to amend act to authorize President of I'nited States to requisition property 

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Requisitiotis ( mUitarn ) — Continued. 

required for defense of United States, approved Oct. 16, 1941, as amended, 
to continue it in effect] ; submitted bv Mr. Mav. Jtnie 7, 1944. 4 p. (II. rp. 
1613, TSth Cong. 2d .«ess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41013 

Retired list, Army. Relating to retirement of enlisted men of Regular Army and 
Philippine Scouts, report to accompany H. R. 3187 [to amend sec. 5, Public law 
140, 77th Congress] ; submitted bv Mr. Sparknian. June 21, 1944. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 1709, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Taxation. Amending sec.^ 514 of soldiers' and sailors' relief act, report to ac- 
company H. K. 4733 rto' amend sec. 514 of soldiers' and sailors' relief act, so 
as to relieve persons in service from liability of double iiersonal property 
taxe.'^] ; .submitted by :Mr. Sparkman. May 2."), 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1514, 7Sth 
Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Vir(ji)i Islanda. Extending provisions of selective training and service act to 
Virgin Islands, report to accompany H. R. 4810; submitted by Mr. May. June 
21,1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1701, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

MINES AND MINING COMMITTf:K, HOUSE 

'J'iDinel.'i. Providing for suspension of certain requirements relating to work 
on [mine] tunnel sites, report to accompany H. R. 3579; submitted by Mr. 
Murdoek. June 1, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1584, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Providing for suspension of certain I'equirements relating to work on 

[mine] tunnel sites, report to accompany S. 1479; submitted by Mr. Murdoek. 
June 1, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1585, 78th Cong. 2d se.ss.) t 

NAVAI. AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Adiniraltii. Providing for staying judicial proceedings against United States in 
time of war. report to accompany S. 1173 [to provide for staying judicial pro- 
ceedings against United States in time of war, on claims for damages caused 
by vessels of Navy, or for towage or salvage services to such vessels, when 
Secretary of Navy certifies that prosecution of such proceedings would en- 
danger security of naval operations or interfere therewith, and to authorize 
settlement and pavment of such claims] ; submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. 
June 19. 1944. 6 p. (H. rp. 1681, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41091 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. Repoi't of subconnnittee of Committee on 
Naval Affairs investigating Brewster Aeronautical Corjporaticm. [1944.] p. 
1979-82. (No. 229.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/229 

Courts martial and courts of inquiry. To amend art. 8 of chap. 21 of title 34 
(Navy) of United States Code by adding 3 subsections to 1st subdivision 
thereof [so as to specify 2 additional offenses punishable at discretion of a 
coui't martial], II. R. 4490, [introduced by] ^Nlr. Hoffman; [letter from Secre- 
tary of Navy to chairaian of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. 
[1944.] p. 2135-36. (No. 235.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/235 

FranJdin, Benjamin. For relief of Benjamin Franklin [alias William Hart], 
H. R. 4.521, [introduced by] Mr. Bradley of Pennsylvania; [letter from Secre- 
tary of Navy to chairman of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. 
[1944.] p. 212»-30. (No. 232.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/232 

Marine Band. Authorizing attendance of Marine Band at national encampment 
of Grand Army of the Republic to be held at Des Moines. Iowa, Sept. 10-14, 
1944, report to accH)mpany H. R. 4825; submitted by Mr. Blackney. May 29, 
1944. Ip. (H. rp. 1543, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4825, to authorize attend- 
ance of Marine Band at national encampment of Grand Army of the Republic 
to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 10-14, 1944. [1944.] p. 1983. (No. 
230.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 '^ Y 4. N 22/la : 943-44/230 

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Marine Band — Continued. 

To authorize attendance of Marine Band at national encampment of Grand 

Army of the Republic to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 10-14, 1W4, H. R. 
482;"), [introduced by] Mr. Cunningham; [letter from Secretary of Navy l.> 
ciiairman of Commill«'e on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. [1944.] p. 2131. 
(No. 23:i) ♦Paper, 5c. • Item 3t>5. Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/233 

Moore Field. Authorizing and directing sale of Moore Airfield [Okla.], report 
to accompany H. R. 4901 ; submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. June 12, 1944. 
13 p. (H. rp. 1G34, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Includes minority views.] t 

Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4901, to authorize and 

direct sale of Moore Airfield [Okla.]. [1&44.] p. 2139-55. (No. 237.) * Paper. 
5c. • Item 305 Y 4.N 22/la : 943^4/237 

Naval petroleum reserves. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4771, 
to amend part of act making appropriations for naval service, fiscal year 1921, 
as amended, x'elating to conservation, care, custody, protection, and operation 
of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves. [1944.] p. 1985-2127. (No. 231.) 
* Paper, 20c. • Item 365 Y 4.N22/la : 943-44/231 

Naval petroleum and oil-shale reserve, report to accompany H. R. 4771 

[to amend part of act making appropriations for naval service, fiscal year 
1921, as amended, relating to conservation, care, custody, protection, and op- 
eration of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves] ; submitted by Mr. "Vinson 
of Georgia. May 29, 1944. 39 p. (H. rp. 1529, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) [H. R. 
4771, as amended by the committee, relates to naval petroleum reserves only.] t 
L. C. card 44-41017 

Naval Reserve. To amend Public law 810, 77th Congress [so as to remove 
present prohibition against issuance of appointments in Naval and Marine 
Corps Reserves to persons who have organic physical defects], H. R. 4418, 
[introduced by] Mr. Walter; [letter from acting Secretary of Navy to chair- 
man of Committee on Naval Affairs concerning bill]. [1944.] p. 1959-60. 
(No. 227.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/227 

Naval supplies. Amending that part of act of June 24, 1910 (36 Stat. 619), 
relating to disposition of profits from sales of ships' stores [so as to permit of 
expenditure of profits for welfare of officers as well as of enlisted personnel], 
report to accompany S. 784 ; submitted by Mr. Cole of New York. June 23, 1944. 
3 p. (H. rp. 1743, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Officers, Marine Corps. To amend sec. 1442, Revised statutes, relating to fur- 
lough of oflBcers by Secretary of Navy [so as to include officers on active list 
of Marine Corps and oflScers of Coast Guard while Coast Guard is operating 
as part of Navy], H. R. 4951, [introduced by] Mr. Vinson of Georgia; [letter 
from Secretary of Navy to Speaker of House of Representatives concerning 
bill]. [1944.] p. 2133. (No. 234.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365. 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/234 

Officers, Navy. Establishing grade of fleet admiral of Navy, report to accompany 
S. 2019 ; submitted by Mr. Vinson of Georgia. June 23, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1744, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pay, Navy. Amending act of Mar. 7, 1944 [1942] (missing persons act), to more 
.specifically provide for pay, allotments, and administration [pertaining to war 
casualties], report to accompany H. R. 4405; submitted by Mr. Bates of Massa- 
chusetts. June 17, 1944. 20 p. (H. rp. 1G74, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Providing for transportation to their homes of persons discharged from 

naval service because of under age at time of enlistment, report to accompany 
S. 18W ; submitted by Mrs. Smith. June 19, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1682, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Plantations. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on S. 1G34, to provide for 
management and operation of naval plantations outside continental United 
States. [1944.] p. 1961-78. (No. 228.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/228 

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Plantations — Continued. 

Providing for management and operation of naval plantations outside con- 
tinental United States, report to accompany S. 1634 ; submitted by Mr. Hubert. 
June 1, 1944. H p. { IT. rp. 1580, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41020 

Ships. Removing restrictions on transfers of small craft to other American re- 
publics in furtherance^ of war effort, report to accompany H. R. 4991; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Hebert. June 17, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1675, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
[Corrected print.] t 
L. C. card 44-41087 

To remove restrictions on transfers of small craft to other American 

republics in furtherance of war effort, H. R. 4991, [Introduced by] Mr. Hubert ; 
[letter from Secretary of Navy to Speaker of House of Representatives con- 
cerning bill]. [1944.] p. 2137-38. (No. 236.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 3&5 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/236 

Women's Reserve, Navy. Amending Naval Reserve act of 1938, as amended, and 
Coast Guard Auxiliary [and] Reserve act of 1941, as amended, so as to permit 
foreign service to members of Women's Reserves upon certain conditions, 
report to accompany H. R. 5067 ; submitted by Mrs. Smith of Maine. June 22, 
1944. 4 p. (H.rp. 1724, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

PATENTS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Interior Department. Providing equitable compensation for useful suggestions 
or inventions by personnel of Department of Interior, report to accompany 
S. 1232; submitted by Mr. Boykin. June 9, 1944. 3 p. (H. rp. 1617, 7Sth 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

POST OFFICE AND POST EOADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

FravMng privilege. Free mailing privileges to members of military and naval 
forces of United States, report to accompany H. R. 4949 [to amend second war 
powers act, 1942] ; submitted by Mr. Burch of Virginia. June 13, 1944. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1636, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Postage. Fixing fees for domestic insured and collect-on-delivery mail, and 
special-delivery service, report to accompany H. R. 4780 ; submitted by Mr. 
Burch [of Virginia]. June 14, 1944. 7 p. (H. rp. 1639, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Rates on special services of postal service, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d ses- 
sion, on H. R. 4780, to fix fees for domestic insured and collect-on-delivery mail, 
special-delivery service, and for other purposes, May 4^16, 1944. 1944. iii+ 
72 p. * Paper. 15c. • Item 308 

L. C. card 44-0059 Y 4.P 84/1 : R 18/3 

POST-WAR MILITARY POLICY, SELECT COMMITTEE ON, HOUSE 

Military policy. Post-war military policy, 1st report pursuant to H. Res. 405 ; 
[submitted by Mr. Woodrum]. 1944. ii-f4 p. (H. rp. 1645, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess.) [This report relates to the establishment of a single department of 
armed services.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41058 

Proposal to establish single department of armed forces, hearings, 78th 

Congress, 2d session, pursuant to H. Res. 465. 1944. pt. 1, iii+1-322 p. il. 
* Paper, 35c. • Item 380 

L. C. card 44-6211 Y 4.P 84/8 : Ar 5/pt.l 

PRINTING COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Cheat River and t ribntari<'s, W. Va., report to accompany H. Res. 500 [author- 
izing that report from chief of engineers. Army, dated Oct. 15, 1941, submitting 
surveys and studies of Clieat River and tributaries. W. Va., and subsequent 
correspcmdence in relation thereto, be printed, wi1li illustrations, as House 
document] ; submitted by Mr. Jarmnn. June 5, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1596, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) [Corrected print.] t 

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Oovcrninoit })uhlic(itio)i.<>. Disposal of certain obsolete Government publications 
[now stored in folding rooms of Congress], report to accompany H. Con. Res. 
87; submitted by Mr. Jarman. May 2i), 11)44. 2 p. (H. rp. 1525, 78th Cong. 
2dsess. ) [Corrected print. 1st print has 1 p.] t 

IJonHC of Rcprrsctitativcs. Printing Rules and manual of tlie House for 70th 
Congress, report to accompany H. Res. 6()3 [authorizing printing of revised 
edition of Rules and manual of House of Representatives for 7!)tli Congress] ; 
submitted by Mr. Jarman. June 23, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 17:i9, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Hungry Horse Dam, Mont., report to accompany H. Res. Hf;! [authorizing that 
report from chief of engineers, Army, dated Aug. 27, 11)41. submitting surveys 
and studies of Hungry Horse Dam, Mont., and subsequent correspondence in 
relation thereto, be printed, with illustrations, as House document] ; submitted 
by Mr. Jarman. June 5, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1594, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Income ta^. Analysis of individual income tax act of 1944, report to accom- 
pany H. Con. Res. 90 [authorizing printing of manuscript, prepared by Daniel 
A. Reed, containing analysis of questions and answers on individual income 
tax act of 1944, as House document, and providing for printing of additional 
copies thereof for use of House document room] : submitted by Mr. Jarman. 
June 10, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1619, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Industrial Organizations Congress. Report on Congress of Industrial Organiza- 
tions Political Action Committee, report to accompany H. Con. Res. 88 [autlior- 
izing printing of additional copies of report (No. 1311) of Special Committee 
on Un-American Activities of House of Representatives, dealing with leadership 
of Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Jarman. May 29, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1527, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
[Corrected print. 1st print has 2 p. Page 2 of 1st print consists of extraneous 
matter inadvertently printed as part of this report.] t 

Roads. Hearings on amending Federal-aid road act, report to accompany H. Res. 
579 [authorizing printing of additional copies of hearings held before Com- 
mittee on Roads of House of Representatives, current session, on H. R. 2426, 
to supplement Federal-aid road act, approved July 11, 1916, as amended and 
supplemented, so as to provide for post-war construction] ; submitted by Mr. 
Jarman. June 10, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1618, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Yonghioghcny River. Pa. and Md., report to accompany H. Res. 562 [authorizing 
that report from chief of engineers. Army, dated Jan. 31, 1942, submitting 
surveys and studies of Youghiogheny River, Pa. and Md., and subsequent cor- 
respondence in relation thereto, be printed, with illustrations, as House docu- 
ment] ; submitted by Mr. Jarman. June 5, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1595, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

PUBLIC BXJTLDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Housing. To amend act to expedite provision of housing, hearings, 78th Congress, 
2d session, on H. R. 4728, to amend act to expedite provision of housing in 
connection with national defense, INIav 19, 1944. 1944. ii-fS p. (No. 3.) 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 370 Y 4.P 96/6 : 78-2/3 

President of United States. Providing for quartering, in certain public buildings 
in District of Columbia, of troops participating in inaugiiral ceremonies, report 
to accomT)any H. J. Res. 291; submitted by Mr. Lanham. June 13, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1635, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

PUBLIC LANDS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Coal lands. Amending 4th and 5th provisos of sec. 2 of act to promote mining 
of coal, phosphate, oil, oil shale, gas, and sodium on public domain [so as to 
remove limitation as to number of coal leases which may be held by any common 
carrier railroad and to limit total area that may be leased], report to accom- 
pany S. 1.335: submitted by Mr. Barrett. May 29, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1540, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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De Blanc, Mrs. Cesaire. For relief of heirs and assigns of widow Cesaire De 
Blanc, report to accompany S. 1593; submitted by Mr. Peterson of Florida. 
June 14, 1044. 2 p. (H. rp. 1641, TSlli Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Holliday, Stephen. Amending act for contirmation of title to saline lands in 
Jackson County, 111., to D. H. Brush and others [so as to correct description 
of lands contirmed to Stephen Holliday], report to accompany S. 1451; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Peterson of Florida. June 14, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1640, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Jh/iitcstcad. Allowing credit in connection with certain homestead entries for 
niilitarv or naval service rendered during World War II, report to accompany 
H. R. 5025; submitted by Mr. Murdock. June 15, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1646, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

John.mn, Monroe. Confirming claim of Robert Johnson and other heirs of Monroe 
Johnson to lands in Mississippi, county of Adams, report to accompany H. R. 
401)5: submitted by Mr. Peterson of Florida. May 31, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1576, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Moorcs Crock National Pai'k. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to accept prop- 
erty for Moores Creek National Military I'ark, report to accompany H. K. 3384; 
submitted bv Mr. Peterson of Florida. May 26, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 1520, 
78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Olympic National Park. Authorizing acquisition, rehabilitation, and operation of 
facilities for public in Olvmpic National Park, Wash., report to accompany 
H. R. 1654 ; submitted by Mr. Peterson of Florida. May 29, 1944. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1541, 78th Cong,. 2d sess.) [The property is now owned by Olympic Recreation 
Co. and Olympic Chalet Co.] t 

Oregon. Relating to administrative jurisdiction of public lands in Oregon, hear- 
ings, 78th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions, on H. R. 108S and S. 275, Aug. 11, 
1943-Feb. 29, 1944. 1944. iii+410 p. * Paper, 45c. • Item 371 
L. C. card 44-41049 Y 4.P 96/2 : Or 3/13 

ROADS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

l\oa(U. Federal aid for post-war highway construction, hearings, 78th Congress, 
2d session, on H. It. 2426, to supplement Federal-aid road act, approved July 11, 
1916, as amended and supplemented, Feb. 29 [-May 2], 1944. 1944. 2 v. 
xi-f 1088 p. il. * Paper, v. 1, 60e. ; * v. 2, $1.00. • Item 374 
L. C. card 44-5751 Y 4.R 53/2 : P 84/v.l, 2 

Post-war Federal-aid highway act of 1944, report to accompany H. R. 

4915 [to amend and supplement Federal-aid road act, approved July 11, 1916, 
as amended and supplemented, to authorize appropriations for post-war con- 
struction of highways and bridges, to eliminate hazards at railroad grade 
crossings, to provide for inmiediate preparation of plans and acquisition of 
rights-of-way, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Robinson of Utah, 
.June 5, 1944. 13 p. (II. rp. 1597, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) [Includes individual 
views of .lamt'S W. Mott.] f 
L. C. card 44-41024 

KULE8 COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

('anii)<ii(/ii /"/n/rf.s'. Providing for special committee to investigate campaign ex- 
penditures [of various candidates for House of Representatives], report to ac- 
company H. Res. 551; submitted by Mr. Bates of Kentucky. May 26, 1944. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1523, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Colleges and universities. Study of effect of certain w;ir activities on colleges 
and universities, report to accompany H. Res. 592 [nuthorizing study by Com- 
mittee on Education of effect of certain war activities on colleges and univer- 
sities] ; submitted by Mr. Sabatli. June 20, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1688, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Crop insurance. Consideration of II. R. 4911, reix)rt to accompany II. Res. 605 
[for consideration of II. R. 4911, to amend Federal crop insurance act] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Sabatli. June 20, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. lt)S9, 78tli Cong. 2d 
sess.) t 

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Dinciblcd. Authorizing Committee on Labor to conduct and investigate extent 
and character of aid now given by Federal, State, and local governments and 
private agencies to ihe physically handicapiied, report to accompany II. Res. 
L'30; submitted by Mr. Sabath. May 20, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1524, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Farm Credit Administration. Extending powers of select committee created to 
investigate Farm Security Administration to include power to investigate 
activities of Farm Credit Administration, report to accompany II. Res. 52.5; 
submitted by Mr. Slaughter. June 22, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1718, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) I A select committee of tlie Committee on Agriculture is to make 
the investigation.] t 

Filipino Rehabilitation CommiSfiion. Consideration of Senate joint resolution 94, 
report to accompany H. Res. 591 [for consideration of S. J. Res. 94, establish- 
ing Filipino Rehabilitation Commission, defining its powers and duties, and 
for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. June 12, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1626, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Government contracts. Consideration of S. 1718, report to accompany H. Res. 
589 Ifor consideration of S. 1718, to provide for settlement of claims arising 
from terminated war contracts] ; submitted by Mr. Colmer. June 10, 1944. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1620, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [S. 1718 establishes the Office of 
Contract Settlement and creates a Contract Settlement Advisory Board.] t 

Jackson Hole National Monument. Consideration of H. R. 2241, report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 567 [for consideration of H. R. 2241, to abolish Jackson Hole Na- 
tional Monimient] ; submitted by Mr. Bates of Kentucky. May 29, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1528, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Lawyers. Consideration qf H. R. 4349, report to accompany H. Res. 611 [for 
consideration of H. R. 4349, to exempt certain officers and employees of Na- 
tional War Labor Board from certain provisions of criminal code prohibiting 
employees of the Government from acting as agents or attorneys for prose- 
cuting claims against United States] ; subuiitled by Mr. Smith of Virginia. 
June 22, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1715, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Consideration of H. R. 4446, report to accompany H. Res. 613 [for con- 
sideration of H. R. 4446, to exempt certain officers and employees within 
Office of Scientific Research and Development from certain provisions of 
criminal code prohibiting employees of the Government from acting as agents 
or attorneys for prosecuting claims against United States] ; submitted by Mr. 
Smith of Virginia. June 22, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1717, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Consideration of H. R. 4408, report to accompany H. Res. 612 [for con- 
sideration of H. R. 4468, to exempt certain officers and employees of War 
Department from certain provisions of criminal code and Revised statutes 
prohibiting employees of the Government from acting as agents or attorneys 
for prosecuting claims against United States] ; submitted by Mr. Smith of 
Virginia. June 22, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1716, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Moore Field. Consideration of H. R. 4901, report to accompany H. Res. 593 
[for consideration of H. R. 4901, to authorize and direct sale of Moore Air 
Field, Okla.] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. June 19, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1679, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Naval petroleum reserves. Consideration of H. R. 4771, report to accompany 
H. Res. 573 [for consideration of H. R. 4771, to amend part of act making 
appropriations for naval service, fiscal year 1921, as amended, relating to con- 
servation, care, custody, protection, and operation of naval petroleum and oil- 
shale reserves] ; submitted by Mr. Clark. ^June 1, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1583, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pearl Harbor. Consideration of House joint resolution 283, report to accompany 
H. Res. 574 [for consideration of H. J. Res. 283, to extend time limit for 
immunity from possible court martial or prosecution of any person or persons, 
military or civil, connected with Pearl Harbor catastrophe of Dec. 7, 1941, for 
one year from June 7, 1944] ; submitted by Mr. Clark. June 1, 1944. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1589, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Philippine Islands. Consideration of Senate joint resolution 93, report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 590 [for consideration of S. J. Res. 93, declaring policy of Congress 
with respect to independence of Philippine Islands] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
June 12, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1625, 7Stli Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Prices. Consideration of H. R. 4941, report to accompany H. Res. 582 [for consid- 
eration of H. R. 4941, to e.Ktend period of operation of emergency price control 
act of 1942 and stabilization act of Oct. 2, 1942] ; submitted by Mr. Sabath. 
June 5, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1601, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Sabotage. Consideration of II. R. 3442. report to accompany II. Res. 5G6 [for 
consideration of H. R. 3442, to amend sec. 1-3 of act to punish willful injury or 
destruction of war material, or of war premises or utilities used in connection 
with war material, as amended] ; submitted by Mr. Clark. May 26, 1944. 
1 p. ( H. rp. 1517, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Sufjar. Consideration of H. R. 4833, report to accompany H. Res. 572 [for con- 
sideration of 11. R. 4833, to extend for 2 additional years provisions of sugar 
act of 1937, as amended, and taxes with respect to sugar] ; submitted by Mr. 
Sabath. June 1, 1944. 1 p. (H. rp. 1582, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Coconut oil. Extending for additional 2 years suspension in part of processing 
tax on coconut oil, report to accompany H. R. 4S37 ; submitted by Mr. Eber- 
harter. June 10, 1944. 4 p. (H. rp. 1621, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Customs Service. Overtime payment of customs collectors on international 
bridges, etc., hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 1758, to amend sec. 451 
of tariff act of 1930, May 12, 1944. 1944. ii-|-67 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 378 

Y 4.W 36 : C 96/26 

Isonipecaine. Amending Federal narcotic laws to apply to recently discovered 
synthetic drug (isonipecaine), report to accompanv H. R. 48S1 ; submitted by 
Mr. Doughton. June 1, 1944. 10 p. (H. rp. 1588, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 
L. C. card 44-41023 

Public debts. Debt limit of United States, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, 
on H. R. 4464, to increase debt limit of United States, May 8, 1944. Revised 
[print]. 1944. iii-|-27 p. * Paper, lOe. • Item 378 
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reduction of nonessential federal expenditures joint 

committee' 

Automobiles. Reduction of nonessential Federal expenditures, additional report 
pursuant to sec. 601 of revenue act of 1941; [submitted by Mr. Byrdj. 1944. 
iii-i-7 p. (S. doc. IDS, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Relates to ownership and 
operation of nonmilitary Government automobiles.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44^1019 

SENATE 

.Appropriations. Supi)lemental estimate. Senate, fiscal year 1944 [for reporting 
debates and proceedings of Senate]. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. 
(S. doc. 207, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Supplemental estimate. Senate, fiscal year 1945 [for Office of Sergeant at 

Arms and Doorkeeper for payment of pages]. June 19, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 2 p. (S. doc. 217, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Calendar of business, 78th Congress, 2d .session, June 1-23, 1944; no. 75-89. 
1944. various paging, large 8" [Daily when Senate is in session. The legis- 
lative day of May 9 extended through the calendar day June 23.] % 

Y 1.3 : 78-2/75-89 

Laws. Digest of legislation enacted by 78th Congress, 1st session, with prelim- 
inary statement relative thereto; [submitted by Mr. Barkley]. 1944. [2] +12 p. 
(S. doc. 195, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 5c. 
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Navy. Decline and renaissance of Navy, 1922-44, prepared by David I. Walsh, 
brief history of naval legislation from 1922 to 1944 pointing out policy of the 
Government during these years and steps taken in recent years to rebuild our 
Navy to its present strength ; presented by Mr. Walsh of Massachusetts. 1944. 
ii+13 p. ( S. doc. 202, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) ♦ Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41095 

AGKICTJLTUKE AND FOKESTBY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Alcohol. Utilization of farm crops, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 
2d session, on S. Kes. 80 (extending S. Res. 224, 77th Congress), for investiga- 
tion relative to production of industrial alcohol, synthetic alcohol, and synthetic 
rubber frouj farm crops. 1944. pts. 8 and 9. • Item 382 
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pt. 8. Industrial alcohol and synthetic rubber, Mar. 2-30, 1944. iv + 2135-2477 p. 1 

pi. * Paper, 40c. 
pt. 9. Fiber, Apr. 0-May 19, 1944. iii + 2479-2752 p. il. • Paper, 30c. 

Homes. Prepayment of purchase price of certain housing sold by Farm Security 
Administration, report to accompany H. R. 702 [to permit prepayment of pur- 
chase price of certain housing sold to individuals by Resettlement Administra- 
tion or Farm Security Administration] ; submitted by Mr. Shipstead. June 20, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 997, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Report 
reads incorrectly Committee on Agriculture instead of Committee on Agriculture 
and Forestry.] t 

Textiles. Investigate synthetic products as substitute for cotton and wool, report 
to accompany S. Res. 291 [to investigate whether rayon and other synthetic 
products can be used as substitute for cotton and wool] ; submitted by Mr. Bank- 
head. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 1 p. (S. rp. 949, 7Sth Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESS, SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO STUi)Y PROBLEMS OF, SENATE 

Business. Problems of American small business, hearings before subcommittee on 
complaints, 78th Congress, 2d session, pursuant to S. Res. 66 (extending S. Res. 
298, 76th Congress), to appoint special committee to study and survey problems 
of American small business enterprises, Apr. 26[-May 9], 1944: SmaU business 
in changing war program, 2-5. 1944. pts. 32-35, [xiii] +4237-4390 p. il. 
* Paper, each pt. 10c. 
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APPBOI'BXATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Appropriations. Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1944, report to accompany 
H. R, 5040 [making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for 
fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations for 
fiscal years 1944 and 1945, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. 
June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 1028, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

District of Cohimhia. District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
hearings before subconunittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4861. 1^44. 
ii-f 165 p. * PaiK'r, 20 c. • Item 383 
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District of Columbia appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 4861 ; submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. June 19, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 7 p. (S. rp. 988, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Foreign Economic Administration. Foreign Economic Administration appropria- 
tion bill, [fiscal year] 1945. hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d 
session on H. R. 4937: Defense aid, lend-lease, United Nations Relief and 
Rehabilitation Administration, Foreign Economic Administration, salaries and 
expenses, Export-Import Bank of Washington. 1944. ii-|-76 p. il. * Paper, 
20c. • Item 383 
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Foreign Economic Administration — Continued. 

Foreign Economic Administration appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, in- 
cluding defense aid (lend-lease) and participation by United States in Iinited 
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, report to accompany H. R. 
4937 ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 12, legislative day May 9, 19J4. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 961, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41113 

Government offices. National war agencies appropriation bill, Cfiscal year] 1945, 
hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4879. 1944. 
ii-f-218 p. * Paper, 25c. • Item 383 
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National war agencies appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, report to ac- 
company H. R. 4879 ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 12, legislative day May 
9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 960, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41062 

Interior Department appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, hearings before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4679. 1944. ii-|-688 p. 1 pi. 
* Paper, $1.00. • Item 383 
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Labor Department. Labor-Federal Security appropriation bill, 1945, hearings be- 
fore subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4899, making appropria- 
tions for Department of Labor, Federal Security Agency, and related inde- 
pendent agencies, fiscal year 1945. 1944. ii-1-145 p. * Paper. 30c. • Item 383 
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Labor-Federal Security appropriation bill, 1945, report to accompany H. R. 

4899 [making appropriations for Department of Labor, Federal Security Agency, 
and related independent agencies, fiscal year 1945] ; submitted by Mr. McKellar 
for Mr. McCarran. June 13,' legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 965, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

War Department. Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, 
hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4967. 1944. 
ii-l-93 p. il. * Paper, 15c. • Item 383 
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Military establishment appropriation bill, [fiscal year] 1945, report to 

accompany H. R. 4967; submitted by Mr. Thomas of Oklahoma. June 19, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. lip. (S. rp. 987, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41117 

BANKING AND CXJREENCY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Interest. Federal land bank and Land Bank Commissioner loans, report to ac- 
company H. R. 4102 [to extend for one additional year reduced rate of interest 
on Land Bank Commissioner loans] ; submitted bv Mr. Bankhead. May 31, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 7 p. (S. rp. 927, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Mortgage insurance. Amending national housing act [relative to war housing 
insurance], report to accompany S. 1947; submitted bv Mr. Radcliffe. June 20, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 996, 78th Cong. 2(1 sess). j 

Prices. Extending price control act and stabilization act, report to accompany 
S. 1764, to amend emergency price control act of 1942 (Public law 421, 77th 
Congress), as amended by act of Oct. 1942 (Public law 729, 77th Congress) ; 
[submitted by Mr. Wagner]. 1944. iii-|-145 p. il. (S. rp. 922, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess.) [Includes minority views. Committee recommends amendment of 
S. 1764 by substitute and amendment of title of bill to i-oad : Bill to amend 
emergency price control act of 1942, as amended, and stabilization act of Oct. 2, 
1942, as amended.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 44-41035 

Extension of emergency price control act of 1942, hearings, 78th Congress, 

2d session, on S. 1764, to amend emergency price control act of 1942 ( Public law 

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Prices — Continued. 

421, 77th Coiif^ress), as amended by act of Oct. 2, 1942 (Public law 729, 77th 
Congress), Mar. 15-Apr. 28, 1944. 1944. xi+lG02 p. 1 pi. il. * Paper, $2.00. 

• Item 384 

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Smaller War Plants Corporation. Increasing authorized capital stock of Smaller 
War Plants Corporation, report to accompany S. 2004 [to amend act to mobilize 
productive facilities of small business in interests of successful prosecution 
of war]; submitted by Mr. Wagner. June 20, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
6 p. ( S. rp. 999, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 
L. C. card 44-41116 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Civil service pensions. Amending sec. 1 of civil service retirement act, as 
amended, report to accompany S. 1371 [to amend sec. 1 of civil service retirement 
act, as amended, so as to enable Government employees with 30 years' service, 
in agencies where reductions in personnel are required, to retire with full an- 
nuity any time prior to expiration of 3 years after end of war] ; .submitted by 
Mr. Aiken. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 975, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Soldiers. Extension of preference to veterans who desire to comi)ete for posi- 
tions in Federal civil service, report to accompany H. R. 4115 [to give honor- 
ably discharged veterans, their widows, and wives of disabled veterans, who 
themselves are not qualified, preference in employment where Federal funds 
are disbursed] ; submitted by Mr. Byrd. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
4 p. (S. rp. 907, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Preference in employment of honorably discharged veterans where Federal 

funds are disbursed, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 17G2 and H. R. 
4115, bills to give honorably discharged veterans, their widows, and wives of 
disabled veterans, who themselves are not qualified, preference in employment 
where Federal funds are disbursed, May 19 and 23, 1944. 1944. iii+76 p. 1 pi. 

* Paper, 15c. • Item 385 

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CLAIMS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Allen, Charles T. Charles T. Allen, report to accompany S. 1226 [for relief of 
Charles T. Allen] ; submitted bv Mr. Tunnell. June 21, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 1008, 78th Cong. 2tl sess.) t 

Anderson, Mrs. Kay B. Mrs. R. D. Robinson, report to accompany H. R. 1045 
[for relief of INIrs. R. D. Robinson, now Mrs. John K. Anderson (Kay Bayne 
Anderson)] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
9 p. ( S. i*p- 972, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Bantin, Howard C. Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Bantin, report to accompany H. R. 
3724 [for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Bantin] ; submitted by Mr. Robert- 
son. June 15, legislative day May 9, 19-14. 5 p. (S. rp. 967, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Baptiste, Frank. Frank Baptiste, report to accompany H. R. 2788 [for relief 
of Frank Baptiste] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 5, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 9 p. (S. rp. 938, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Boland, Broadus D. Broadus D. Boland and W. E. Boland, report to accompany 
H. R. 1755 [for relief of Broadus D. Boland and W. E. Boland] ; submitted by 
Mr. Stewart. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 945, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Broton, Arch A. Arch A. Brown, report to accompany H. R. 4361 [for relief of 
Arch A. Brown] ; submitted bv Mr. Robertson. June 15, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 968, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

CharaeJc, Mrs. Anna. Anna Charack, report to accompany H. R. 2469 [for relief 
of Anna Charack] : submitted by Mr. Capper. May 31. legislative day May 9, 
1944. 10 p. (S. rp. 928, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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City National Bank Building Co., report to accompany S. 1453 [for relief of City 
National Bank Unildiug CompaiiyJ ; submitted by Mr. Stewart. May 1!3, legis- 
lative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 902, 78tb Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Clapp, Ruth L. Ruth L. Clapp, report to accompany H. R. 3137 [for relief of 
Ruth L. Clapp] ; submitted by Mr. O'Danlel. May 31, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 4 p. ( S. rp. 930, TSth Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Cox, Wilei/ J. Conferring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to consider and 
render judgment on claim of W. J. Cox against United States, -report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2097 ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. May 25, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 14 p. (S. rp. 915, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Cushman, John. Mr. and Mrs. John Cushman, report to accompany H. R. 4197 
[for relief of Mr. and Mrs. John Cushman] ; submitted by Mr. EUender. June 
21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 1023, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Dimlcr, Fred A. Fred A. Dimler and Gwendolyn E. Dimler, report to accompany 
S. 1995 [for relief of Fred A. Dimler and Gwendolyn E. Dimler] ; submitted by 
Mr. Wherry. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 1007, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Dreivry, J. C. J. C. Drewry, report to accompany S. 1365 [for relief of J. C. 
Drewry] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
4 p. (S. rp. 912, 78th Cong, 2d sess.) t 

Duffy Bros., Ine. Conferring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to determine and 
render judgment for any losses suffered by Duffy Bros., Inc., report to accom- 
pany H. R. 2576; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 5, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 14 p. (S. rp. 937, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Dyer, WiUia7ti D. William Dyer, report to accompany H. R. 3280 [for relief of 
William Dyer] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 21, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 10 p. (S. rp. 1018, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ekvall, Mae A. Mae Ekvall, report to accompany H. R. 3649 [for relief of Mae 
Ekvall] ; submitted by Mr. Wherry. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. 

(S. rp. 966, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ennis, Byron W. Byron Ennis, report to accompany H. R. 3654 [for relief of 
Byron Ennis] ; submitted by Mr. O'Danlel. May 31, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 932, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Feller, L. M., Co. L. M. Feller Co. and Wendell C. Graus, report to accompany 
H. R. 4528 [for relief of L. M. Feller Company and Wendell C. Graus] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Robertson. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 9 p. (S. rp. 
1015, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Garner, G. E. G. H. Garner, report to accompany H. R. 1963 [for relief of G. H. 
Garner] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
7 p. (S. rp. 1009, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Giles, E. Bird. E. Bird Giles and Sherman Beck, report to accompany H. R. 3859 
[for relief of E. Bird Giles and Sherman Beck] ; submitted- by Mr. Ellender. 
June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 973, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Godivin, 3/rs. Molly. Mrs. John Andrew Godwin, report to accompany H. R. 3586 
[for relief of Mrs. John Andrew Godwin (Molly Godwin)] ; submitted by Mr. 
Ellender. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 1021, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Gourley. Clark. Mrs. Clark Gourley, administratrix of estate of Clark Gourley, 
report to accompany S. 1709 [for relief of Mrs. Clark Gourley, administratrix 
of estate of Clark Gourley] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. May 25, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 6 p. ( S. rp. 914, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Gradwcll, John II. John H. Gradwell, report to accompany S. 1503 [for relief of 
John H. Gradwell] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 969, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Gregory, Leslie C. L. C. Gregory, report to accompany S. 1776 [for relief of L. C. 
Gregory] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1&44. 
4 p. (S. rp. 970, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Guidoni, Mrs. Josephine. Josephine Guidoni, report to accompany H. R. 3636 [for 
relief of Josephine Guidoni] ; submitted by Mr. Ellonder. June 21, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 1022, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Hale, Clarence P., jr. Clarence P. Hale, jr., report to accompany H. R. 2405 [for 
relief of Clarence P. Hale, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Wherry. June 5, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 947, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Harris, Marvin H. M. H. Harris, report to accompany H. R. 3737 [for relief of 
M. H. Harris}.; submitted by Mr. Eastland. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
4 p. (S. rp. 911, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Hawkins, Nelson. Estate of Nelson Hawkins, report to accompany H. R. 3281 
[for relief of estate of Nelson Hawkins] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 21, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 9 p. ( S. rp. 1019, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Ingram, J. William. J. William Ingram, report to accompany H. R. 3481 [for 
I'elief of J. William Ingram] ; submitted by Mr. Robertson. June 21, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 1014, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Jonsson, Sigurdur. Sigurdur Jonsson and Thorolina Thordardottir, report to 
accompany S. 1935 [for relief of Sigurdur Jonsson and Thorolina Thordardot- 
tir] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. June 7, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. 
rp. 954, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Kirhy, Charles W. Charles W. Kirby, report to accompany H. R. 2605 [for relief 
of Charles W. Kirby] ; submitted by Mr. Stewart. June 5, legislative day May 
9,1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 946, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Knight, Oliver N. Oliver N. Knight, report to accompany S. 1827 [for relief of 
Oliver N. Knight] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 971, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Lankton, J. Fletcher, d Ziegele, John N. J. Fletcher Lankton and John N. Ziegele, 
report to accompany S. 1904 [for relief of J. Fletcher Lankton and John N. 
Ziegele, firm] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
2 p. ( S. rp. 913, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Long, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Elizabeth Powers Long, report to accompany H. R. 2151 
[for relief of Elizabeth Powers Long] ; submitted by Mr. Robertson. June 21, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. rp. 1012, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

McLaughlin, Mrs. Iva. Mrs. Samuel M. McLaughlin, report to accompany H. R. 
2333 [for relief of Mrs. Samuel M. McLaughlin (Iva McLaughlin)] ; submitted 
by Mr. Robertson. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. ( S. rp. 1013, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Munson, Donald J. Donald J. Munson, report to accompany H. R. 2288 [for relief 
of Donald J. Munson] ; submitted by Mr. Wherry. June 15, legislative day May 
9,1944. lip. (S. rp. 977, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

O'Connell, John M. John M. O'Connell, report to accompany H. R. 2530 [for relief 
of John M. O'Connell] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 21, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. rp. 1017, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) f 

P^rez AviU'S, Carlos. Estate of Carlos Perez Aviles, report to accompany H. R. 
3539 [for relief of estate of Carlos P6rez Aviles] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. 
June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 1020, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Polak, Edward. Legal guardian of Edward Polak, report to accompany H. R. 
3301 [for relief of legal guardian of Edward Polak] ; submitted by Mr. Capper. 
June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 981, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Postal Telegraph-CaUe Co., report to accompany H. R. 3324 [for relief of Postal 
Telegraph-Cable Company] ; submitted by Mr. O'Daniel. May 31, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 931, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Power, J. G. J. G. Power and L. D. Power, report to accompany H. R. 4458 [for 
relief of J. G. Power and L. D. Power] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 6 p. (S. rp. 974, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ross Engineering Co.. report to accompany H. R. 2965 [for relief of Ross Engi- 
neering Company] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. June 21, legislative day May 
9, 1944. 9 p. (S. rp. 1010, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Runneiaum, Mrs. Anna. Mrs. Anna Runnebaum, report to accompany S. 1983 
[for relief of Mrs. Anna Runnebaum] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 16, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 8 p. (S. rp. 982, 78tb Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Sandlass, William. Estate of William Sandlass, report to accompany H. R. 4074 
rfor relief of estate of William Sandlass] ; submitted by Mr. O'Daniel. May 
31, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 933, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Scherei; Mrs. Katherine. Katherine Scherer, report to accompany H. R. 3929 
[for relief of Katherine Scherer] ; submitted by Mr. Tunnell. June 21, legis- 
lative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 1011, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Schultz, Harry. Harry Schultz, report to accompany H. R. 3977 [for relief of 
Harry Schultz] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 5, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 942, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print 
reads incorrectly Senate document 942 instead of Senate report 942.] t 

Selmnn, Mrs. Lessie C. Lessie C. Selman, report to accompany H. R. 1668 [for 
relief of Lessie C. Selman] ; submitted by Mr. Stewart. June 5, legislative day 
May 9. 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 943, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Corrected print. 1st 
print reads incorrectly Senate document 943 instead of Senate report 943.] t 

Shea. Thomas F. Estate of Thomas Shea, report to accompany H. R. 3695 [for 
relief of estate of Thomas Shea] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legis- 
lative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 980, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Shipp, Charles N. Estate of Charles Noah Shipp, report to accompany S. 1464 
[for relief of estate of Charles Noah Shipp] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 
5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. rp. 936, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Simpson, Mrs. Alta L. Mrs. Hagar Simpson and Mrs. Nat Price, jr., report to 
accompany H. R. 2006 [for relief of Mrs. Hagar Simpson (Alta Lee Simpson) 
and Mrs. Nat Price, jr. (Mary Mae Price)] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 
21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 14 p. (S. rp. 1016, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Singleton. Gaylord W. Mrs. Winnie Singleton, as administratrix of estate of 
Gaylord W. Singleton, report to accompany H. R. 2916 [for relief of Mrs. 
Winnie Singleton, as administratrix of estate of Gaylord W. Singleton] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Robertson. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 
978, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

8m,ith, H. E. Dr. H. H. Smith, report to accompany H. R. 3098 [for relief of 
H. H. Smith] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
3 p. (S. rp. 939, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Stewart, Luella F. Luella F. Stewart, report to accompany S. 1717 [for relief 
of Luella F. Stewart] ; submitted bv Mr. Wherry. June 21, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 1 p. (S. rp. 1006, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Taylor, Edwin H.. jr. Edwin H. Taylor, jr., report to accompany H. R. 1682 
[for relief of Edwin H. Taylor, jr.] ; submitted by Mr. Stewart. June 5, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 12 p. ( S. rp. 944, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Timmerman, Mrs. Lillian W. Mrs. Lillian W. Timmerman, mother of Aim 
Timmerman, report to accompany H. R. 2769 [for relief of Mrs. Lillian W. 
Timmerman, mother of Ann Timmerman] ; submitted by Mr. Eastland. May 25, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 910, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Weakley, John E. Conferring jurisdiction upon district court for western dis- 
trict of Virginia to hear, determine, and render judgment upon claims of 
John Weakley and Rella Moyer, report to accompany S. 887; submitted by 
Mr. Kilgore. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 908, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Wesix Electric Heater Co., report to accompany H. R. 3739 [for relief of Wesix 
Electric Heater Company] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 5, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 12 p. (S. rp. 941, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Whaley, P. Andley. P. Audley Whaley, report to accompany H. R. 2511 [for 
relief of P. Audley AVhaley] ; submitted by Mr. Ellender. June 15, legisla- 
tive day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 979, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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White, Paul H. Paul H. White, report to accompany H. R. 3125 [for relief of 
Paul II. White] ; suhinitted hy Mr. O'Daniel. May 31, legislative day May 9 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 929, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Widh}/, ^yiIUam E. William E. Widby, report to accompany H. R. 3674 [for 
relief of William E. Widby] ; submitted by Mr. Kllender. June 5, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 940, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Zephyi- Aircraft Corporation. Conferring jurisdiction upon Court of Claims to 
consider and render judgment on claim of Zephyr Aircraft Corporation [for- 
merly known as Lenert Aircraft Corporation] against United States, report to 
accompany II. R. .S.TOO; submitted by Mr. Kilgore. May 25, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 12 p. ( S. rp. 909, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

COMMERCE COMMITTEE, SiONAte 

Edisto River, 8. C, letter from Secretary of War transmitting to chairman of 
Committee on Commerce, Senate, review [by chief of engineers, Army] of 
reports on Edisto River, S. C. ; presented by Mr. Maybank. 1944. v-f45 p. 
map. ( S. doc. 182, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) * Paper, 10c. 

Missouri River. Amending act relating to construction and maintenance of 
bridge across Missouri River at or near Nebraska City, Nebr. [so as to provide 
for operation of bridge free of tolls by Nebraska City, Nebr.], report to ac- 
company H. R. 4041 ; submitted by Mr. Maloney for Mr. Walsh of New Jersey. 
June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1025, 78th Cong. 2d sess). t 

Rivers. Authorizing construction of certain public works on rivers and har- 
bors for flood control, report to accompany H. R. 4485; submitted by Mr. Over- 
ton. June 22, legislative day May 9, 1944. 31 p. (S. rp. 1030, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Rivers and harbors omnibus bill, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, on H. R. 3961, authorizing construction, repair, and preserva- 
tion of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes, 
pts. 1-6. 1944. • Item 387 
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pt. 1. Miscollaneous projects and amendments, Apr. 25 and May 3, 1944. iii-j-l-S? 
p. il. *Paper, ]5c. 

pt. 2. Beaver and Mahoning Rivers project, May 1 and 2, 1944. iv -1-89-292 p. il. 
*I'aper, 25c. 

pt. 3. Alabama-Coosa project, Tennossee-Tombi'jbpe project. St. Marys River, Mich., power 
plant, Apr. 26-May 15, 1944. iii-f- 293-528 p. 'Paper, 30'c. 

pt. 4. Reclamation amendments and power features, May 4, 1944. iii + 529-572 p. 
*Paper, 10c. 

pt. 5. California Central Valley project. May S-18, 1944. iii-f 573-788 p. *Paper, 2r^c. 

pt. 6. Missouri River project. Snake River and Columbia River, Umatilla Dam, Depart- 
ment of Interior amendments, O'Mahoney and Bone amendment. May 10-18, 
1944. iv-t- 789-1296 p. ♦Paper, 65c. 

: Rivers and harbors omnibus bill, report [and minority views] to accom- 
pany H. R. 3961 [authorizing construction, repair, and preservation of certain 
public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes]. [2 pts.] (S. rp. 
903, 2 pts.. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
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[pt. 1.] Report; submitted by Mr. Overton. May 25, legislative day. May 9, 1944. 

139 p. il. t 
pt. 2. Minority views ; submitted by Mr. Robertson. June 1, legislative day, May 9, 
1944. 13 p. t 

Tampa Harbor, Fla., letter from Secretary of War transmitting to chairman of 
Committee on Commerce, Senate, review [by chief of engineers. Army] of 
report on Tampa Harbor, Fla.; presented bv Mi". Andrews. 1944. iii-f 35 p. 
map. ( S. doc. 183, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Taxation. Providing for study of multiple taxation of air commerce [by Civil 
Aeronautics Board], report to accompany II. R. 4935; submitted by Mr. 
Wallgren. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1026, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Children. Aid to dependent children in District of Columbia, report to accom- 
pany II. R. 3236 ; submitted by Mr. Bilbo. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
3 p. (S. rp. 952, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print reads in- 
correctly Senate document 952 instead of Senate report 952.] f 

Minimum Wayc and Industrial Safety Board. Amending act to protect lives, 
health, and morals of women and minor vporkers in District of Columbia, report 
to accompany H. J. Res. 242 [to amend act to protect lives and health and 
morals of women and minor workers in District of Columbia and to establish 
Minimum Wage Board, and define its powers and duties, and to provide for 
fixing of minimum wages for such workers, as amended, so as to provide for 
publication of notice of adoption of rules and regulations of Minimum Wage 
and Industrial Safety Board instead of publication of such rules and regula- 
tions] ; submitted by Mr. Bilbo. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 950, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

EDUCATION AND LABOR COMMITTED:, SENATE 

Hou-'iiny. Amending act to expedite provision of housing in connection with 
national defense, as amended, report to accompany S. 1978; submitted by Mr. 
Ellender. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. ( S. rp. 989, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Labor and laboring classes. Violations of free speech and rights of labor, report 
pursuant to S. Res. 266, 74th Congress, extended by S. Res. 98 and S. Res. 
224, 78th Congress, to investigate violations of right of free speech and assem- 
bly and interference with right of labor to organize and bargain collectively : 
Employers' associations and collective bargaining in California, pt. 9, Origin 
and promotion of recent legislation in California limiting labor's civil rights; 
[submitted by Mr. La Follette]. 1944. iii -f 1641-1707 p. (S. rp. 398, pt. 5, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) [This publication reads 78th Congress; 2d session, al- 
though Senate report 398 is a report of the 1st session of the 78th Congress.] 
* Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 42-25400. 

Piihlic Health Service. Consolidation and revision of laws relating to Public 
Health Service, report to accompany H. R. 4624 ; submitted by Mr. Thomas 
of Utah. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 8 p. (S. rp. 1027, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

FINANCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Coconut oil. Extending for additional 2 years suspension in part of processing 
tax on coconut oil and correcting typographical error in individual income tax 
act of 1944, report to accompany H. R. 4837 ; submitted by Mr. George. June 
21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 1003, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Isonipecaine. Amending Federal narcotic laws to apply to recently discovered 
synthetic drug (isonipecaine), report to accompany H. R. 4881; submitted by 
Mr. George. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 10 p. (S. rp. 1004, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41115 

Public debts. Increase debt limit of United States, report to accompany H. R. 
4404 ; submitted by Mr. George. May 29, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 919, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Sugar. Extension of sugar act, report to accompany S.1933 [to extend for 2 
additional years provisions of sugar act of 1937, as amended, and taxes with 
respect to sugar] ; submitted by Mr. Johnson of Colorado. May 29, legisla- 
tive day May 9, 1944. Ip. (S. rp- 918, 78th Cong. 2d sess). t 

FOREIGN KEn:,ATIONS COMMiriEE, SENATE 

Opium. Requesting the President to limit production of opium to amounts re- 
quired for medical purposes, report to accompany H. J. Res. 241 [requesting 
the President to urge upon Governments of those countries where cultivation 

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opium — Contimiod. 

of iMtppy plant exists, necessity of immediately limiting production of opium 
to amount required for strictly medicinal and scientific purposes] ; submitted 
by Mr. Connally. June & legislative day May !), 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 957, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

IMMIGEATION COMMITTEE, SENATE 

NatioiKilisiit and nationality. Providing for loss of United States nationality 
under certain circumstances, report to accompany H. R. 4103; submitted by 
Mr. Russell. June 22, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1029, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Indians. Repealing so-called Wheeler-Howard act, report to accompany S. 1218 
[to repeal act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. L. 984), Indian reorganization act, 
and act of June 15, 19.>r>, supplementary thereto (49 Stat. L. 378)] ; submitted 
by Mr. Bushfleld. June 22, legislative day May 9, 1944. 29 p. (S. rp. 1031, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Survey of conditions of Indians in United States, hearings before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 79 (70th Congress) 
and subsequent continuing resolutions until end of regular session of 78th 
Congress, directing Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate, to make general 
survey of condition of Indians of I'nited States, Aug. 2 and 3, 1943 ; Osage 
Indian matters. 1944. pt. 41, iii-f 22761-23069+iii p. il. 2 pi. [These hear- 
ings were held at Pawhuska, Okla.] * Paper, 35c. 
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INTEBOCE^VNIC CANALS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Panama Canal. Amending sec. 42 of title 7 of Canal Zone code [so as to increase 
terms of office of district attorney and marshal], report to accompany H. R. 
3646; submitted by Mr. Clark of Missouri. June 7, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 955, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

INTERSTATE COMMEKCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Interstate commerce. Amendments to interstate commerce act, report to ac- 
company S. 1473; submitted by Mr. Wheeler. May 2o, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 905, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41C04 

Railroad Retirement Board. Extending time for acquisition of certain data 
required by Railroad Retirement Board, report to accompany H. J. Res. 227 ; 
submitted by Mr. Wheeler. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 
906, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Colorado-Big Thompson project. Providing that transmountain tunnel con- 
structed in connection with Colorado-Big Thompson project shall be known 
as Alva B. Adams tunnel, report to accompany S. 1571 ; submitted by Mr. 
Bankhead. June 9, legislative day May 9, 1944. 1 p. (S. rp. 958, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

JITDICIAliY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Courts martial and courts of inquiry. Implementing jurisdiction of service courts 
of friendly foreign forces [within United States], report to accompany H. R. 
3241; submitted by Mr. McFarland for himself and Mr. Murdock. June 8, 
legislative day ]\Iay 9, 1944. 7 p. (S. rp. 956, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41014 

District Courts. Court sessions in South Carolina, report to accompany S. 1877 
[to transfer Georgetown County, S. C, from! Florence division to Charleston 
division of eastern judicial district of South Carolina] ; submitted by Mr. 
Wiley. May 29, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 921, 7Sth Cong. 2d 
sess.) t 

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Garnishment of Federal employees, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, on H. R. 2985, to provide for garnishment, execution, or 
trustee process of wages and salaries of civil officers and employees of United 
States, Mav 11 and 12, 1944. 1944. iii+SO p. * Paper, 20c. • Item 398 
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National War Labor Board. Exempting certain officers and employees of Na- 
tional War Labor Board from certain provisions of criminal code [prohibiting 
employees of the Government from acting as agents or attorneys for prose- 
cuting claims against United States], report to accompany S. 1780; submitted 
by Mr. Hatch. June 22, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 1032, 7Sth 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pearl Harbor. Extending time limit for imnmnity (Pearl flarbor), report to 
accompany S. J. Res. 133 [to extend time limit for immunity from possible 
court martial or prosecution of any person or persons, military or civil, con- 
nected with Pearl Harbor catastrophe of Dec. 7, 1941, for one year from June 
7, 1944] ; submitted bv Mr. Hatch. June 1, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 935, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Prises {international Jaw). Amending act regarding disposition of war prizes, 
report to accompany H. R. 4348 ; submitted by Mr. Murdock. May 29, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 920, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Securities and Exchange Commission. Investigating certain activities of Securi- 
ties and Exchange Commission and Post Office Department [with regard to 
administration of municipal bankruptcy act in Florida], report to accompany 
S. Res. 314 ; submitted by Mr. Andrews. June 22, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
1 p. (S. rp. 1033, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Certificates. Unlawful jpossession or reproduction of certificates issued under 
selective training and service act of 1940, report to accompany S. 1936 [to amend 
selective training and service act of 1940 by making it criminal offense to possess 
unlawfully or to reproduce various certificates issued pursuant thereto] ; sub- 
mitted by Mr. Chandler. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 951, 
78th Cong. 2d sess. ) [Corrected print. 1st print reads incorrectly Senate docu- 
ment 951 instead of Senate report 951.] t 

Chaplains. Chief of chaplains to temporary rank of major general, report to 
accompany H. R. 3604 [authorizing appointment of chief of chaplains to tempo- 
rary rank of major general, and for other purposes] ; submitted by Mr. Wilson 
for Mr. Guruey. May 31, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. ( S. rp. 926, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Government contracts. INIobillzation and demobilization problems, hearings be- 
fore subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 1730, to create Office of 
Demobilization, establish general policies for operation of that Office, provide for 
settlement of claims arising from terminated war contracts, provide for dis- 
posal of surplus Government property, and for other puriwses, S. 1823, to estab- 
lish Office of War Mobilization and Adjustment, Apr. 27 [-June 12], 1944. 1944. 
pts. 2-7, [xxii] +41-300 p. il. * Paper, pt. 2, 15c. ; * pts. 3-7, each 10c. • Item 
401 
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Los Angeles County land, report to accompany H. R. 905 [to release all right, title, 
and interest of United States in certain land constituting portion of tract of land 
comprising Ross Field, Arcadia, Calif., conditionally granted to county of Los 
Angeles. Calif., under act of Mar. 24, 1933, as amended] ; submitted by Mr. Kil- 
gore. June 1, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 934, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Manpotver for war production, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session on S. 1864, to 
amend sec. 5 (k) of selective training and service act, 1940, as amended, and 
S. 1870, to amend selective training and service act of 1940, as amended, with 
respect to order of induction by age groups of certain men who have children, 
and for other purposes. May 18, 1944. pt. 2, iii+31-67 p. * Paper, 10c. •Item 
401 
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Pay, Army. Pay of export and combat infantrymen, hearing, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, on S. 1973, to provide additional pay for enlisted men of Army assigned 
to infantry who are awarded expert infantryman badge or combat infantryman 
badge, and S. 1787, to provide additional pay for members of armed forces 
engaged in combat duty, June 9, 1944. 19-14. iii-f28 p. il. ♦Paper, 10c. 
• Item 401 
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Pay of expert and combat infantrymen, report to accompany S. 1973 [to 

provide additional pay for enlisted men of Army assigned to infantry who are 
awarded expert infantryman badge or combat infantryman badge] ; submitted 
by Mr. Hill. June 13, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. rp. 964, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41060 

Pay of personnel participating in glider flights, report to accompany S. 1988 

[to amend see. 18 of pay readjustment act of 1942 to provide additional pay for 
personnel of Army or Navy who are required to participate in regular and 
frequent glider flights] ; submitted by Mr. Kilgore. June 12, legislative day May 
9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 962. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pay readjustment act amendments, hearings before subcommittee, 78th 

Congress. 2d session, on S. 1690. to further amend pay readjustment act of 1942, 
H. R. 1506. to further amend pay adjustment act of 1042, May 23 and 26, 1944. 
1944. iii-(-34 p. * Paper. 10c. • Item 401 

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Pay readjustment act amendments, report to accompany H. R. 1506 [to 

amend further pay readjustment act of 1942] ; submitted by Mr. Johnson of 
Colorado. May 20, legislative day May 9, 1944. 11 p. (S. rp. 917, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

L. C. card 44-41033 

Retired list. Army. Double-time credits in determining retired pay, report to 
accompany H. R. 1675 [to amend sec. 9 of pay readjustment act of 1942 (Public 
law 607) by providing for computation of double-time credits awarded between 
1898 and 1912 in determining pay] ; .submitted bv Mr. Wilson. May 31, legisla- 
tive day, May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 925, 78th Cong., 2d sess.) t 

Promotion of oflBcers on retired list of Army after specified years of service 

on active duty, report to accompany S. 1100: submitted by Mr. O'Mahoney. 
May 31, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 923, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Scientific and technical mobilization, hearing?; before subcommittee, 78th Con- 
gress, 1st [2d] session, pursuant to S. Res. 107, authorizing study of possibili- 
ties of better mobilizing national resources of United States and on S. 702. to 
mobilize scientific and technical resources of the Nation, to establish OflBce 
of Scientific and Technical Mobilization, and for other purposes. 1944. pts. 
12-14. • Item 401 
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pt. 12. Monopoly practices: Railroads, Feb. 10, 1944. vi 4-1347-1558 d. ♦Paper. 25c. 

pt. 13. Use of radio for railroad communication and signaling, Feb. 11 and 12, 1944. 

iii -f 15.59-1653 p. • Taner. 15c. 

pt. 14. Railway Express Agency, May 19, 1944. iii -|- 1655-1728 p. ♦ Paper, 15c. 

Taxation. Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief act amendment, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 4733 [to amend sec. 514 of soldiers' and sailors' relief art. so as to 
relieve pers^ons in service fi'om liability of double personal property taxes] ; 
submitted by Mr. Bridges. June 12. legislative day Mav 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 
959. 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 
L. C. card 44-41061 

Truntees of Kermit Roosevelt Fund. Establishment of Kermit Roosevelt fund, 
report to accompany S. J. Res. 1.34 [to provide for establishment, management, 
and perpetuation of Kermit Roosevelt fund] ; submitted bv Mr. Gurnev. June 
12. legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 963, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [S. J. 
Res. 1,34 establishes in the War Department a board to be known as the 
Trustees of Kermit Roosevelt Fund.] f 

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Turpel, David B. David B. Turpel, report to accompany H. R. 1046 [for relief 
of David B. Turpel] ; submitted by Mr. Downey. May 31, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. rp. 924, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Virgin Islands. Extending provisions of selective training and service act of 
1940, as amended, to Virgin Islands, report to accompany S. 1825; submitted 
by Mr. Revercomb. May 29, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 916, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

NATIONAL DEFENSE PROGRAM, SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING, SENATE 

National defense. Investigation of national defense program, additional report 
pursuant to S. Res. 71, 77th Congress, and S. Res. 6, 78th Congress ; [submitted 
by Mr. Kilgore]. 1944. iii + 42 p. (S. rp. 10, pt. 18, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
[Part IS relates to merchant shipping. It reads 78th Congress, 2d session, 
although Senate report 10 is a report of the 1st session of the 78th Congress.] 
* Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 43-51708. 

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Carroll College. Reimbursing certain aviation cadets and former aviation cadets 
for property lost or damaged as result of fire at Carroll College, Helena, 
Mont., Jan. 8, 1944, report to accompany S.1964 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh of 
Massachusetts. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 993, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Kee, Charles L. Charles L. Kee, report to accompany H. R. 3976 [for relief of 
Charles L. Kee] ; submitted by Mr. Byrd. June 20, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
3 p. ( S. rp. 998, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Land, Emory S. Providing for advancement of Emory S. Land to rank of vice 
admiral, report to accompany H. R. 634 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh of Massa- 
chusetts. May 25, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 904, 78th Cong. 
2 sess. ) t 

Marine Band. Authorizing attendance of Marine Band at national encampment 
of Grand Army of the Republic to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 10-14, 
1944, report to accompany H. R. 4825 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh of Massachu- 
setts. June 15, legislative day May 9, 1944. 1 p. (S. rp. 976, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess.) t 

Naval petroleum reserves. Amending act approved June 4, 1920, as amended, 
relating to conservation, care, cutody, protection, and operation of naval pe- 
troleum and oil-shale reserves, report to accompany S.1773; submitted by Mr. 
Walsh of Massachusetts. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 26 p. (S. rp. 
948, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [S.1773, as amended by the committee, relates to 
naval petroleum reserves only.] t 
L. C. card 44-41026 

Providing for operation of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves, report 

to accompany H. J. Res. 286 ; submitted by Mr. Walsh of Massachusetts. June 
6, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 953, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [H. J. 
Res. 286 relates to Elli Hills naval petroleum reserve only.] f 

Officers, Marine Corps. Amending sec. 1442, Revised statutes, relating to furlough 
of officers by Secretary of Navy [so as to include officers on active list of Marine 
Corps and officers of Coast Guard while Coast Guard is operating as part 
of Navy], report to accompany S. 1974; submitted by Mr. Walsh of Massa- 
chusetts. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 1 p. ( S. rp. 994, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Officers, Navy. Establishing grade of admiral of the fleet of Navy, report to 
accompany S. 2019 ; submitted by Mr. Gerry. June 21, legislative day May 9, 
1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1024, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Pay. Navy. Amending act of Mar. 7, 1944 (missing persons act), to more spe- 
cifically provide for pay, allotments, and administration pertaining to war 
casualties, report to accompany H. R. 4405; submitted by Mr. Walsh of Massa- 
chusetts. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 5 p. (S. rp. 1005, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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794 Government Publications 

POST OFFICES AND POST BOADS COMMriTEH SENATE 

Franking privilege. Relating to use of penalty mail privilege, report to accom- 
pany H. R. 4033; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 16, legislative day May 
9,1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 984, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Post Office Department. Amending sec. 214 of act of Feb. 28, 1925, report to 
accompany H. R. 3870 [to amend sec. 214 of act of Feb. 28, 1925, so as to 
facilitate administration of cost-ascertainment studies and simplify accounting 
in Post Office Department] ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 16, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 2 p. ( S. rp. 983, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Post offices. Removing restrictions on establishing post-offlce branches and sta- 
tions, report to accompany H. R. 4517; submitted bv Mr. McKellar. June 16, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 985, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Postal notes. Relating to Issuance of postal notes, report to accompany H. R. 
4687 ; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 16, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. 
(S. rp. 986, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Postal service. Extending to custodial service employees of Post Office Depart- 
ment certain benefits applicable to postal employees, report to accompany 
H. R. 4215; submitted by Mr. McKellar. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
2 p. (S. rp. 1000, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Roads. To amend defense highway act of 1941, hearing, 78th Congress, 2d ses- 
sion, on S. 1610, to amend defense highway act of 1941, as amended [so as to 
provide funds for access roads and to repair roads damaged during Army 
maneuvers]. Mar. 10, 1944. 1944. iii-f85 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 406 
L. C. card 44-5969 Y 4.P 84/2 : H 53/11 

POST-WAK ECONOMIC POLICY AND PLANNING, SPECIAI, COMMITTEE ON, SENATE 

Post-ioar economic policy and planning, report pursuant to S. Res. 102; [sub- 
mitted by Mr. George]. 1944. (S. rp. 539, pts. 4 and 5, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
[These publications read 78th Congress, 2d session, although Senate report 
539 is a report of the 1st session of the 78th Congress.] 
L. C. card 43-50713 

pt. 4. Problem of post-war employment and role of Congress in solving it. ii + 11 p 

♦ Paper, 5c. 
pt. 5. Changes in unemployment compensation system, ii + 8 p. * Paper, 5c. 

Roads. Role of Federal Government in highway development, analysis of needs 
and proposals for post-war action; [prepared by G. Donald Kennedy]. 1944. 
vili-f-87 p. (Senate committee print, 78th Congress, 2d session.) \ 
L. C. card 44-41141 Y 4.P 84/7 : H 53 

PEIVTLEGES AND ELECTIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Elections. To amend pernicious political activities act of 1939, hearing before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 502, to amend act to prevent per- 
nicious political activities, as amended, with respect to circulation of matter con- 
cerning candidates for election to Federal offices, S. 593, to amend act to prevent 
pernicious political activities, as amended, with respect to limitations on 
political contributions and expenditures, and S. 594, to protect integrity of 
democratic process by requiring disclosure of persons writing, publishing, and 
circulating scurrilous literature in connection with political campaigns, to 
deny use of mails to such literature, and to prohibit its importation into United 
States in default of such disclosure, June 2, 1944. 1944. ii-l-24 p. [S. 594 
establishes in the Department of Interior the Office of Minority Relations.] 
* Paper, 10c. • Item 408 
L. C. card 44-41070 Y 4.P 93/6 : P 75 

PUBOC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Ericsson, Lcif. Authorizing erection of statue of Leif Erickson in District of 
Columbia, report to accompany S. J. Res. 8 [authorizing erection of statue of 
Leif Ericsson by A. Stirling Calder in District of Columbia] ; submitted by 
Mr. Maloney. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 995, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

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Portland, Oreg. Authorizing use of space in old post oflBce building in Portland, 
Oreg., by Oregon as museum, report to accompanv H. R. 4623: submitted by 
Mr. Maloney. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 992, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Sitka, Alaska. Authorizing Legislature of Alaska to grant and convey lands to 
Sitka, Alaska, for street purposes, report to accompany H. R. 340; submitted 
by Mr. Maloney. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. rp. 990, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Vincouics, Ind. Authorizing conveyance of Harrison Park in Vincennes to Vin- 
cennes University, report to accompany H. i{. 3306 ; submitted bv Mr. Maloney. 
June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 991, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

PUBLIC LANDS AND SURVITrs COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Harpers Ferry National Monument. Providing for establishment of Harpers 
Ferry National Monument, report to accompany H. R. 3524 ; submitted by Mr. 
Hatch. June 21, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. rp. 1001, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Johnson. Monroe. Confirming claim of heirs of Monroe Johnson to lands in Mis- 
sissippi, report to accompany H. R. 409"! ; submitted bv Mr. Hatch. June 21, 
legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1002, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ettt^S COMMITTER], SENATE 

Congress, Joint Committee on Organization of. Establishing Joint Committee 
on Organization of Congress, report to accompany S. Con. Res. 23 ; submitted 
by Mr. Byrd. June 23, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. rp. 1034, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

COURT OF CLAIMS 

Note. — The "opinions" listed below (with classification number Ju 3.9/a :) and marked 
with a t (for oflifial use) are issued in a very limited edition ; however, a few copies are 
available at the Court of Claims at prices which are determined by the size and are as 
follows : 1-5 pages, 25c. ; 6-10 pages, 35c. ; 11-20 pages, 45c. ; 21 pages and over, 50c. 

Alhrecht, E. J., Co. E. J. Albrecht Company v. United States; report of com- 
missioner. [1944.] no. 45578, p. 37-52. % Ju3.8:A115 

American Tobacco Company v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 43600, p. 15-63. t J" 3.8 : Am 35/62 

B-W Construction. Co. Joseph H. Beuttas, John W. Beuttas, and Paul H. Beuttas, 
trading as B-W Construction Co., not inc., v. United States; special findings 
of fact [conclusion- of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 
44978, 28 p. t -Tu 3.9/a : B 1/4 

Berg Shipbuilding Company, a corporation, and Geo. Nelson, surety for Berg 
Shipbuilding Company, v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 4.1256, p. 41-45. t Ju 3.8 : B 452/3 

Brand Investment Go. Brand Investment Company (formerly known as A. W. 
Kutsche & Company) v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 19M. [1944.] no. 44432, 11 p. % 

Ju 3.9/a : B 733/2 

Brand Investment Company (formerly known as A. W. Kutsche & Com- 
pany) V. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opin- 
ion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 44617, 23 p. t Ju 3.9/a : B 733 

Burgess Battery Company v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion], ecided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 44695, 27 p. il. t 

Ju 3.9/a : B 912 

Caravel Industries Corporation v. United States; special findings of fact [con- 
clusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 4.5334, 17 
p. t Ju 3.9/a : C 176/2 

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796 Gover>;ment Publications 

Cases. June calendar, 1944. 1944. 5 p. [Part of the pages are blank] $ 
L. C. card 29-lGl.'70 Ju 3.5 : 944/6 

Coath d Ooss, Inc. Coath & Goss, Inc., v. United States; special findings of fact 
[conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 44042, 
10 p. t Ju 3.9/a : C G32/2 

Coath & Goss, Inc., v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 

of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944, [1944.] no. 44043, 14 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : C 632 

Coca-Cola Company v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, 
and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45226, 14 p. J 

Ju 3.9/a : C 64/2 

Empire Vault Light Co. George Goldberg and Meyer Goldberg, copartners, do- 
ing business under the trade name and style of Empire Vault Light Co. v. 
United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] no. 45516, p. 27-30. % 

Ju 3.8 : Em 73 

Fidelitj/ Trust Co. Cong. no. 17767-776, 17778-786 [17787, 17789-797, 17799-800, 
17802-814, 17810-841, 17843-844], Fidelity Trust Company [et al. v. United 
States; si)ecial findings of fact, conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 
5,1944. [1944.] 28 p. J Ju 3.9/a : F 448/5 

Frazier-Davis Constrxiction Company v. United States; special findings of fact 
[conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 44341, 
4 p. $ Ju 3.9/a : F 869/3 

Qitt. Edwin D. Gibb v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of 
law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45564, 4 p. J 

9/a : G 351 

Gorman. John H. Gorman v. United States; special findings of fact [conclu- 
sion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45822, 11 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : G 68/2 

Harsch, John, Bronze & Foundry Co. John Harsch Bronze & Foundry Co., a 
corporation, v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] no. 44241, 
p. 7-13. t Ju 3.8 : H 25 

Hele. H. E. Hele v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] no. 45473, 
p. 21-25. t Ju 3.8 : H 366 

Howard. Albert M. Howard v. United States ; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45708, 8 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : H 831 

Kentucky Metal Products Company v. United States; report of commissioner. 
[1944.] no. 44410, p. 13-16. t Ju 3.8 :K 419/2 

Kiewit, Peter, Sons' Co. Peter Kiewit Sons' Company v. United States ; special 
findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] 
no. 45323, 15 p. t Ju 3.9/a : K 549 

Marietta Chair Company v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 44192, p. 7-11. t Ju 3.8 : M 338/2 

Melcher. Charles Frank Melcher and Rudolph Brinskelle v. United States; 
special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. 
[1944.] no. 45707, 6 p. % Ju 3.9/a : M 481/2 

Merrill, W. A., Sons d Co., Inc. W. A. Merrill Sons and Company, Inc., v. United 
States; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 
1944. [1944.] no. 44114, 11 p. t Ju 3.9/a :M 552 

Modern Industrial Hank v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45602, 15 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : M 72 

Neivport Industries, Inc., v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 45527, p. 7-11. J ju 3.8 : N 42zp/ll 

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JuLT 1944 797 

Pierce Oil Corporation, and Henry C. Reilly and Robert T. Barton, jr., as its 
receivers, v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and 
opinionLdecided Junes, 1944. [1944.] no. 45442, 27 p. t Ju 3.9/a : P 611/5 

Plant. Henrietta Plant v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 45598, p. 9-18. t Ju 3.8 : P 698 

Roanoke Iron Works, Inc. r. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 4417S, p. 7-9. t Ju 3.8 : R 531 

Scott. Robert Lee Scott v. United States, on defendant's motion to dismiss; [per 
curiam order], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 46007, 2 p. $ 

Ju 3.9/a : Sco 85 

Selbij Shoe Company v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] no. 
45706, p. 5-11. t Ju 3.8 : Se 48/3 

Sionr tribe of Indians, consisting of Sioux tribe of Rosebud Indian Reservation 
in South Dakota [et al.] v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. C-531-(18), p. 11-21. t Ju 3.8: Si 73/3 

Smith. E. R. P. Smith v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 44759, 6 p. + 

Ju 3.9/a : Sm 55/2 

Stein. Minette G. Stein v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 45596, p. 19-23. t Ju 3.8 : St 34/2 

Stott. Harry B. Stott v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 45650, p. 5-8. t Ju 3.8 : St 76 

Tree. Ronald L. Tree and Nancy Perkins Field Tree, his wife, v. United States ; 
special findings of fact [conclusion of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. 
[1944.] no. 45025, 20 p. t Ju 3.9/a : T 714/2 

Yaeger. Frank J. Yaeger v. United States ; report of commissioner. [1944.] 
no. 44331, p. 17-20. t Ju 3.8 : Y 1 



COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Hides. Customs appeal no. 4475, United States v. E. H. Bailey & Co., transcript 
of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1944.] cover title, i+23 p. t 

Ju7.6:B152 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Juvenile Court. Report of Juvenile Court of District of Columbia, fiscal year 
- 1943; [compiled by Virginia Clary]. 1944. x+38 p. il. (H. doc. 635, 78th 

Cong. 2d sess. ) * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 8-35306 



EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Saicty luUetin, v. 8, no. 10 ; Apr. 1944. [1944.] cover title, 28 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] t • Item 435 

L. C. card 36-26723 EC 1.9 : 8/10 

Note. — This bulletin issued in the interest of accident prevention in employments 
within the purview of the workmen's compensation laws iidministered 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. 

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798 Government Publications 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

New York Telephone Co. Civil action no. 24-211, in district court for southern 
district of New York, New York Telephone Company v. United States and Fed- 
eral Conmuuiications Commission; brief for United States and Federal Com- 
munications Commission. [1944.] cover title, ii-f 63 p. t CC1.9:N42yo 

Rules and regaJntioyis. Rules and regulations, amdt. 202, effective Apr. 12, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 22a-c. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted 
for p. 22a-c, pt. 3, Rules governing standard and high frequency broadcast 
stations.] t CC 1.7/2: 202 

Same, amdt. 205, effective Nov. 12, 1943. [1944.] p. 11. [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted for p. 11-12, pt. 15, Rules and regu- 
lations governing all radio stations in the war emergency radio service.] t 

CC 1.7/2 : 205 

Same, amdt. 206. [1944.] p. 8a, 9-10. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf 

form. To be substituted for p. 8a, 9-10, pt. 3, Rules governing standard and 
high frequency broadcast stations.] t CC 1.7/2 : 206 

• Same, amdt. 207 [1944.] p. ix, 3-lOa. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf 

form. To be substituted for p. 3-lOa, pt. 12, Rules governing amateur radio, 
stations and operators.] t CC 1.7/2 : 207 

■ Same, amdt. 208. [1944.] p. 5-8. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf 

form. To be substituted for p. 5-8, pt. 13, Rules governing commercial radio 
operators.] t CC 1.7/2: 208 

Same, amdt. 209. [1944.] p. 9-12. [Processed. Issued in loose-leaf 

form. To be substituted for p. 9-12, pt. 10, Rules governing emergency radio 
services.] t CC 1.7/2: 209 

Same, amdt. 211, effective Jan. 18, 1944. [1944.] p. 21-22. [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form. To be substituted for p. 21-22, pt. 42, Preservation of 
records.] t CC 1.7/2: 211 

Simmons, AUcn T. No. 8663, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, 
Allen T. Simmons v. Federal Communications Commission, WGAR Broadcast- 
ing Company, intervenor ; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title, i+28 p. t 

CC 1.9 : Si : 47 

Telegraph. Employment and labor turnover in telegraph and telephone in- 
dustries, July-Dec. 1943. Feb. 1944. 16 p. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41137 CC 1.2 : T 235/4/943 

Operating data from monthly reports of telegraph and cable carriers. Mar. 

1W4. [1944.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° [Processed. Subject to revision.] t 

CC 1.13 : 944/3 

Telephone. Operating data from monthly reports of large telephone carriers. 
Mar. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8" [Processed. Subject to revision.] 
t CC 1.14 : 944/3 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

Banks and banking. Assets and liabilities of operating insured banks, Dec. 31, 
1943; report 20. n. p. [Apr. 19, 1944]. 34+ [1] p. il. oblong 8° t 
L. C. card 34-28239 Y 3.F 31/8 : 9/20 

Federal credit unions, quarterly report of organization, quarter ending Mar. 31, 
1944. [1944.] [4] +2 p. 4" [Processed.] t Y 3. F 31/8 : 13/944-1 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

Code of Federal regulations, title 18, Conservation of power, cumulative supple- 
ment covering 5 years ending May 31, 1943. 1944. ili-t-4521-64 p. [From 
Cumulative supplement of Code of Federal regulations of United States, book 
4, published by Federal Register Division, National Archives.] $ 

FP 1.7 :P 87/943 

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July 1944 799 

Electric utilities. Revenues and income of privately owned class A and class B 
electric utilities in United States, Apr. 1944 ; no. 44-4C. June 10, 1944. [4] p. 
11 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, 5c. FPl.ll/o:44-4C 

Electricity. Consumption of fuel for production of electric energy, Apr. and Mar. 
1944; no. 44-4B. May 22, 1944. [2] p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 
Paper, 5c. FP 1.11/3 : 44-4B 

Production of electric energy in United States, Apr. and Mar. 1944; no. 

44-4A. May 22, 1944. 4 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, 5c. 

FP 1.11/2 : 44-4A 

'National electric rate book. 

Note. — 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, are issued in loose-leaf binders. Supplements showing rate 
changes and new rate schedules are issued to replace superseded data. 

Prices are as follows : National electric rate book. .$10.00, including binders and 
Supplement service, for 12 months from date of order ; Supplement service thereafter, 
$7.50 per year. . « .,„ ^.^ 

State rate books, $1.00 each, including binder and Supplement service for 12 months 
from date of order : Supplement service thereafter, $1.00 per year. 

National electric rate book: [State separate]; Montana. Apr. 25, 1944. 

5 p. 4° [ Supersedes issue of May 15, 1942. ] FP 1.18 : M 76/944 

Same ; Pennsylvania. May 20, 1&44. 50 p. 4" [Supersedes issue of Aug. 

15, 1942. ] FP 1.18 : P 38/944 

— - Same; Rhode Island. Apr. 15, 1944. 5 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of Nov. 1, 
1942.] FP 1.18 : R 34/944 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Federal reserve iuUetin, May 1944; [v. 30, no. 5]. n. p. [1944]. [2]+415-524 
p. il. 4° [Monthly.] t Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$2.60. 

L. C. card 15-26318 FR 1.3 : 30/5 

Note. — The bulletin contains reviews of current economic developments, special 
articles on monetary and banking topics, analyses of credit conditions, regulations and 
rulings of the Board of Governors, and statistics of banking, 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 the Federal Reserve System, Washing- 
ton, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Inter-district collection .•system. Federal reserve par list (banks upon which 
checks will be received by Federal reserve banks for collection and credit) ; Apr. 
1944 supplement. [1944.] [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t FR 1.9 : 944/supp.3 

Same ; May 1944 supplement. [1944.] [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

FR 1.9 : 944/SUPP.4 

Same ; June 1944 supplement. [1944.] [2] p. 4" [Processed.] t 

FR 1.9 : 944/SUPP.5 

licgulations. Amendment 12 [and 13] to Regulation W [effective July 10 and 
June 2, 1944, respectively]. [1944.] 1 p. [Regulation W, amdt. 12 and 
13.]) [Processed.] t FR 1.6 : 944/W/amdt.l2,13 

Research and policy; by E. A. Goldenweiser. n. p. [1944.] [l]+6 p. 4° [Re- 
printed, by permission, from Journal of American Statistical Association, Mar. 
1944. From Federal reserve bulletin, Apr. 1944.] t FR 1.3/la : R 311/3 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

Education for victory, official biweekly of Office of Education, v. 2, no. 23 and 24 ; 
June 3 and 20, 1944. [1944.] 24 p. and 32 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. • Item 499 
L.C.cardE42-155 FS 5.20 : 2/23.24 

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800 Government Publications 

Latin America. Our neighbor republics, school exhibit, 1944-45 [descriptive 
leaflet]. [1944.] [3] p. [Processed.] t FS 5.2 : N 31/944-45 

Teachers are needed [with list of selected references; by Walter J. Greenleaf]. 
[1944.] ii+26 p. il. (Vocational Division leaflet 14.) * Paper, 10c. •Item 
503 
L. C. card E44-36 FS 5.129 : 14 

Textbooks. State provisions for free textbooks and instructional materials; by 
Maris M. Proflitt. 1944. [4]+42+[l] p. il. (Bulletin 1944, no. 1.) 'Paper, 
10c. • Item 492 
L. C. card E44-37 FS 5.3 : 944/1 

Vocational educatimi. Supplementary trainees and war production, report of 
follow-up survey of persons receiving instruction in supplementary vocational 
training courses for war production workers; [prepared by F. G. Cornell]. 
1944. iv-f54 p. il. (Vocational Division bulletin 226; Defense training series 
3.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 504 
L. C. card E44-38 FS 5.123 : 226 

FO0D AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

Drugs. Notices of judgment under Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act : Drugs 
and devices, 851-900. May 1944. p. 77-107. t • Item 512 
L. C. card Agr 40-274 FS 7.12 : 851-900 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

Dengue. Entomological phases of recent dengue epidemic in Honolulu [with list 
of references]; by Robert L. Usinger. [1944.] [2] +8 p. (Reprint 2548.) 
[From Public health reports, Mar. 31, 1944, v. 59, no. 13.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41154 FS 2.7/a : 2548 

Gono7Thea. Evaluation of blood-dye diluent for transportation of material from 
gonococcic infections [with list of references; by] S. Edward Sulkin, Joseph C. 
Willett. 1944. [1]+G p. ([Venereal Diseases Division]; Reprint 223.) 
[From Venereal disease information. May 1944, v. 25.] * Paper, 5c. 

FS 2.9/a : 223 

Health of the Nation, report of surgeon general. Public Health Service, before 
subcommittee of Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 78th 
Congress 2d session. Mar. 28, 1944. 1944. 12 p. [From pt. 2 of hearings on 
Labor Department-Federal Security Agency appropriation bill, fiscal year 
1945.] t FS 2.2 : H 34/2/944 

Hernia. Below the belt [there are some 57 varieties of hernia]. [1944.] 
[8] p. il. small 4° ([Workers' health series 13.]) * Paper, 5c. single copy 
($1.00 per 100). • Item 532 FS 2.33 : 13 

Hygiene. Industrial hygiene news letter, current news of otticial industrial hy- 
giene activities, v, 4, no. 1, Jan. 1944 ; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene 
Division. [1944.] 10 p. 4° [Processed. Previous issues not entered in the 
Monthly catalog.] $ FS 2.45 : 4/1 

Same, v. 4, no. 2, Feb. 1944; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene Di- 
vision. [1944.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] % FS 2.45: 4/2 

Same, v. 4, no. 3, Mar. 1944 ; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene Division. 

[1944.] 11 p. 4" [Processed.] % FS 2.45 : 4/3 

Same, v. 4, no. 4, Apr. 1944 ; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene Division. 

[1944.] 8 p. 4° [Processed.] t FS 2.45: 4/4 

Leprosy. Evaluation of positive Kolmer and Kahn tests in leprosy [with list of 

references ; by] G. II. Paget, Sister Hilary Ross. 1944. [1] +5 p. ( [Venereal 

Diseases Division] ; Reprint 222.) [From Venereal disease information. May 

1944, v. 25.] * Paper, 5c. FS 2.9/a : 222 

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Malaria. Malaria, lessons on its caiise and prevention for use in schools, by 
H. R. Carter; revised by L. L. Williams, jr., June 28, 1943. [1944.] 23 p. il. 
(Supplement 18 to Public health reports.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 528 
L. C. card 44-11147 FS2.8:18 

Problems created by returning malaria carriers ; by Stanley B. Freeborn. 

[1944.] 8 p. (Reprint 2545.) [From Public health reports. Mar. 17, 1944, 
V. 59, no. 11.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 44-41153 FS 2.7/a : 2545 

Marihuana. Effect of synthetic marihuana-like compound on musical talent as 
measured by Seashore test [with list of references] ; by C. Knight Aldrich. 
[1944.] 4 p. (Reprint 2.549.) [From Public health reports, Mar. 31, 1944, 
V. 59, no. 13,] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41152 FS 2.7/a : 2549 

Mental hospitals. Laws pertaining to admission of patients to mental hospitals 
throughout United States; by Grover A. Kempf. [Reprint 1944.] [2] +29 p. 
(Supplement 157 to Public health reports.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 528 
L. C. card 44-41151 FS 2.8 : 157/1-2 

\ational Negro health nexvs, v. 12, no. 1; Jan.-Mar. 1944. [1944.] cover title, 
20 p. il. 4" ([Public Health Methods Division.]) [Quarterly. Issued in the 
interest of National Negro Health Movement. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] t 

* Item 522 FS 2.19 : 12/1 

Penicillin. Action of Penicillium extracts in experimental tuberculosis [with list 
of references] ; by M. I. Smith and E. W. Emmart. [1944.] 8 p. (Reprint 
2547.) [From Public health reports, Mar. 31, 1944, v. 59, no. 13.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41150 FS 2.7/a : 2547 

Puhlic health reports, v. 59, no. 22-26; June 2-30, 1944. [1944.] [x]-f-701- 
856-[-[9] p. il. Ipl. [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. • Item 527 
li. C. card 6-25167 FS 2.7 : 59/22-26 

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with the law, to health officers, members of boards or departments of health, and other 
persons directly or indirectly encased in public health work. Others desiring tlie Eeports 
may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printinj; Office, 
Washington 25. D. C, at the prices stated above. Articles of special interest are Issued as 
reprints or as supplements, in whicli forms they are made available for more economical 
and general distribution. 

Riekettsia^ Complement fixation in rickettsial diseases, technique of test [with 
list of references] ; by Ida A. Bengtson. [1944.] [2] + 4 p. (Reprint 2546.) 
[From Public health reports, Mar. 24, 1944, v. 59, no. 12.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. G. card 44-41149 FS 2.7/a : 2546 

Shellfish. [Revised list of shellfish dated Sept. 1, 1943], supp. 16-18; May 1- 
June 1, 1944. [1944.] various paging, 4° [Semimonthly. Processed.] t- 

FS 2.16 : 943/supp.l6-18 

Syphilis. One-day treatment of syphilis with fever and mapharsen [with list of 
references ; by] Nathaniel Jones, Charles M. Carpenter, Ruth A. Boak, Stafford 
L. Warren. Henry Hanson. 1944. [1] + 5 p. ( [Venereal Diseases Division] ; 
Reprint 220.) [From Venereal disease information, Apr. 1944, v. 25.] 

* Paper, 5c. FS2.9/a:220 

Study of amount of active syphilis found in group of newly inducted 

soldiers; [by] Joe W. Still and Eugene Greenwald. [1944.] 4 p. il. ( [Venereal 
Diseases Division] ; Reprint 221.) [From Venereal disease information, Apr. 
1944, V. 25.] t FS2.9/a:221 

Vd tear letter 16 and 17, Apr. 30 and June 0, 1944 ; issued in cooperation with State 
health departments by Division of Venereal Diseases. [1944.] 2 p. and [2] 
p. 4" [Processed.] t FS 2.44 : 16,17 

Venereal disease information. Venereal disease information, v. 25, no. 5, May 
1944 ; issued by Public Health Service for use in its cooperative work with 
State and local health departments and physician in private practice. [1944.] 
[2] -f 133-162 p. il. [Monthly. Articles of special interest are issued as re- 

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Venereal disease information — Continued, 
prints or supplements and are listed in the Montlily catalog when published.] 
* Paper, 5c. sinirle copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 90c. • Item 5^0. 
L. C. card 23-2G719. FS 2.0: 25/5 

Same, v. 25, no. 6, June 1&44 ; issued by Public Health Service for use in 

its cooperative work with State and local health departments and physician 
in private practice. [1944.] [2] + 1(J3-196 p. il. [Monthly. Articles of spe- 
cial intere.st are issued as reprints or supplements and are listed in the 
Monthly catalog when publi.shed.] • Item 530 FS 2.9: 25/6 

SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD 

Farmers. Social security for farm people; by A. J. Altmeyer. [1944.] 2 p. 4° 
[From Social security bulletin, Apr. 1944, v. 7, no. 4.] f FS 3.3/a : F 229 

Medicalr-care insurance: Fact sheet (questions and answers) on the why's of 
medical-care insurance program. May 1944. 11 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

FS 3.2 : M 46 

Need for medical-care insurance [with reference list ; prepared in Division 

of Health and Disability Studies]. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1944. [5] + 39 
p. 4° (Bureau memorandum 57.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card SS 44-6 FS3.il: 57 

Social security hulletin, May 1944 ; v. 7, no. 5. [1944.] cover title, 56 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Text and another illustration on p. 2—4 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 
single copy. $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.75. • Item 539 
L. C. card 40-29327 FS 3.3 : 7/5 

Statistics. Tabular guide to social security statistics, references to periodic 
data for 1936-43 in Social Security Board publications. Washington, D. C, Apr. 
1944. [8] p. 4° [Processed.] t FS3.2:Sol3/S 

Writinff for Social Security Board [with list of Useful books for letter and report 
writers]. Apr. 1944. iv -f 48 p. t • Item 537 
L. C. card SS 44-7 FS 3.6 : W 93 

empix)yme:nt secueity bureau 

Unemploq/ment compensation interpretation service: Benefit series, v. 7, no. 5; 
May 1944. 1944. cover title, ii-f 113 p. [Monthly. Text on p. 2-4 of cover. 
Issued with perforations.] * Paper, 30c. single copy, $3.50 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $5.00. • Item 542 FS 3.108 : 7/5 

Note. — The Benefit series reports decisions, opinions, and interpretations rendered 
by courts, State attorneys general, unemployment compensation commissions, boards of 
review and by the appeal tribunals, referees and examiners of the various State agencies 
that interpret provisions of State uuemployment compensation laws afiEecting benefit 
rights and coverage liabilities. 

The monthly issues contain decisions and opinions which establish new principles and 
policies in each State, a code, a digest, an index, and a conversion table for State num- 
bers and court cases by name. The annual cumulative issues contain a code, an 
index, a conversion table, a table of affirnianres and reversals, a table of court cases, and 
a digest of all decisions and opinions published during tlie previous 12 months. 

PUBUO ASSISTANCE BUREAU 

.Vssistance payments. Assistance payments under social security act, Nov. 1942; 
[prep.ired by] Thomas G. Hutton and Elizabeth T. Ailing. Mar. 1944. [4]-f 
41 p. il. 4° (Public Assistance report 6.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card SS44-8 FS 3.13 : 6 

Same, end of 1943. Washington, D. C, May 1944. cover title, 15 p. 4° 

([Public assistance report 6, supplement.]) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of 
cover.] % FS 3.13 : 6/supp. 

Pffiblic assistance [preprinted from Social-security bulletin, v. 7, no. 5; May 1944.1 
[1944.] 4 p. il. 4" t FS 3.3/a 2 : 944/3 

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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Federal Trade Commission discontinued the publication of advance sheets of 
its decisions in printed form with the conclusion of volume 23. The Commission will, 
however, on ri quest, in case of a specific interest, supply processed copy of the full text 
of any complaints, findings and orders, stipulations, or decisions in court cases to which 
the Commission is a parly, whicli are pul)lishe(l late! in printed form in the bound volumes 
and sold by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 
25, D. C. 

Lckas d Driras, Inc. No. 18889, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Lekas 
& Drivas, Inc., v. Federal Trade Coiumission, on petition to review order of 
Federal Trade Commission; brief for rei~pondcnt. [1944.] cover title, iii+20 
p. t FT 1.5 : L 538 

Parke, Austin d Lipi^comb, Inc. No. 1S159, in circuit court of appeals for 2d 
circuit, Parke, Austin & Lipscomb, Inc., [et al.] v. Federal Trade Commission, 
on petition to review order of Federal Trade Commission ; respondent's peti- 
tion for rehearing. [1944.] cover title, 8 p. $ FT 1.5 : P 222/2 

Segal Lock & Hardncarc Co.. Inc. No. 18348, in circuit court of appeals for 2d 
circuit, Segal Lock & Hardware Company, Inc., et al., v. Federal Trade Com- 
mission, on petition to review order of Federal Trade Commission ; brief for 
respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+24 p. J FT 1.5 :Se 37/2 

Thomson, Jndnon L., Manufacturing Go. No. 3986, in circuit court of appeals for 
1st circuit, Judson L. Thomson Manufacturing Company v. Federal Trade 
Commission, on petition to review and set aside order of Federal Trade Com- 
mis.sion ; cross petition by Federal Trade Commission. [1944.] cover title, 
2 p. large 8° $ FT 1.5 : T 384 

Work. Monthly summary of work for May 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Processed.] t 

FT 1.15 : 944/5 

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS ADMINISTRATION 

Negroes. Help win the war ! take a Government job in Washington, make your 
home in residence halls built and operated by Public Buildings Administration, 
Federal Works Agency for Federal Public Housing Authority. [1944.] [6] 
p. il. narrow 12° [Processed. Relates to housing for Negro women.] f 

FW 6.2 : J 57 

PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRATION 

Higlivays, current literatui'e, v. 23, no. 14-20, Apr. 5-May 17, 1944; compiled by 
library statf of Public Roads Administration. [1944.] various paging, 4° 
[Weekly. Processed.] | FW 2.8 : 23/14-20 

Public roads, journal of highway research, v. 23, no. 12; Apr.-June 1944. [1944.] 
cover title, p. 301-318, il. 4" [Quarterly. Text on p. 2 and 3 of ct)ver.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, 35c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 50c. • Item 567 

L. C. card Agr 18-322 FW 2.7 : 23/12 

Roads. Claims for damage to roads and highways of States, estimate of appro- 
priation to pay claims. .Time 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. doc. 
212, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions. Decisions of comptroller general, v. 23 ; Mar. 1944, with index-digest, 
Jan.-Mar. 1944; Lindsay C. Warren, comptroller general, Frank L. Yates, 
assistant comptroller general. 1944. [l]+645-743+xxxvii p. [Monthly.] 

* Paper, 15c. single copy, )$1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.00. 

L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 23/9 

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Decisions — Continued. 

Same, v. 23, Apr. 1944; Lindsay C. Warren, comptroller general, Frank L. 

Yates, assistant comptroller general. 1944. [1] +743-823 p. [Monthly.] 

GA 1.5/a : 23/10 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Agricultural chemistry and soils and fertilizers; Apr. 1944. 1944. [2] +30 p. 
(Price list 46, 89th edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. card 25-27431 GP 3.9 : 46/39 

American history and biography; Mar. 1944. 1944. [2] +41 p. (Price list 50, 
29th edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. ca rd 26-26331 GP 3.9 : 50/29 

Census publications, statistics of population, agriculture, manufactures, retail 
and wholes^ale distribution, occupations and religious bodies; Apr. 1944. 1944. 
[2] +49 p. (Price list 70, 23d edition.) t •Item 592 
L. C. ca rd 25-26529 GP 3.9 : 70/23 

Commerce and manufactures; Mar. 1944. 1944. [2] +81 p. (Price list 62, 24th 
edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. card 26-26374 GP 3.9 : 62/24 

Government pultlicafions. List of selected United States Government publica- 
tions, June 1 and 15, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. and 8 p. (1944-11 and 1944-12.) 
[Semimonthly.] t • Item 593 

L. C. card 28-26554 GP 3.17 : 944/11,12 

Note. — This List is an advertising list of United States Government publications for 
sale by tbe Superintendent of Documents. Its purpose is to keep interested persona 
informed as to new publications. The List is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with 
annotations and prices. It may be obtained free of charge upon application to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C 

Laics, regulations, decisions of courts, boards, and commissions ; Mar. 1944. 1944. 
[2] +94 p. (Price list 10, 34th edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. card 26-26488 GP 3.9 : 10/34 

Monthli/ catalog. United States Government publications, monthly catalog no. 
593; June 1944. 1944. viii+601-725 p. * Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.60. • Item 590 
L. C. card 4-18088 GP 3.8/1 : 944/6 

Wo7-ld War II. national defense, post-war planning ; Mar. 1944. 1944. [2] +54 p. 
(Price list 77, 1st edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. card 44-41148 GP 3.9 : 77/1 

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. Advance parts 
1, 2, and .S of v. 57 have been issued as separates, however, as an economy measure, separates 
will be disiontinued for tl^e war period. Prices for hound vohimes furnished upon application 
to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

/«..side /rticnor, v. 1, no. 7; June 1944. [1944.] 4p.il. large 4° [.Monthly.] J 

1 1.75 : 1/7 

Laiv library reporter, v. 4, no. 6; June 1944. Washington, 1944. [2] +35-42 p. 4° 
[Processwl.] X 
L.C. card 42-37804 11.74:4/6 

BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION 

Electricity. Generation and sales statistics, Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. oblong 
large 8", folded into 4° size + [1] p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] % 1 44.8 : 944/4 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



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FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 

i Alaska. Regulatory announcement 9, amdt. 1 ; May 16, 1944. Chicago, 111. [1944.] 
3 p. 4° LProcessed. Title 50, Wildlife, chap. 1, Fish and Wildlife Service, 
subchap. Q, Alaska commercial fisheries, published by Federal Register Divi- 
sion, National Archives.] t I 49.24 : 9/amdt.l 

y^Fish and fisheric>i. Breathing in fishes ; prepared in Division of Fishery Biology. 
Chicago, III., Apr. 1944. [2] p. 4° (Fishery leaflet 55.) [Processed. Super- 
sedes Memorandum 1-109 issued by former Fisheries Bureau.] $ 1 49.28 : 55 

- Fish us food. Propagation and distribution of food fishes, calendar year 1942; 
by M. C. James, O. Lloyd IMeeheun, and E. J. Douglass. June 1944. 27 p. 
(Statistical digest 9.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 604 
L. C. card 8-35107 1 49.32 : 9 

'' Fishery products. Cold storage holdings of fishery products, May 1, 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. 4° (Current fishery statistics no. 125.) [Processed. Statistics furnished 
by War Food Administration, Distribution Oftice.] $ 149.8/2:125 

■ Landings by fishing vessels at certain New England ports, Mar. 1944. 

[1944.] 5 p. oblong 8° (Current fishery statistics no. 123.) [Processed.] t 

I 49.8/2 : 123 

^ ■ Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 6 p. oblong 8° (Current fishery statistics no. 

126.) [Processed.] t 149.8/2:126 

■ Landings bv fishing craft at New Bedford, Mass., Mar. 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. 4° (Current fishery statistics no. 124.) [Processed.] $ 1 49.8/2 : 124 

■ Principles and methods in canning of fishery products [with list of liter- 
ature cited] ; by Norman D. Jarvis. 1943. vii-[-366 p. il. (Research report 
7. ) * Paper, 50c. O Item 610 1 49.26 : 7 

. Otter tra/wl net for small fishing boats ; by B. O. Knake and R. T. Whiteleather. 
Chicago, 111., Feb. 1944. 12 p. 11. 4° (Fishery leaflet 49.) [Processed. From 
Fishery bulletin of Puerto Rico, V. 9, no. 2, June 1943.] t 149.28:49 

Oysters. Planting and marketing oysters in the Pacific Northwest; by Lynn G. 
]\IcKee. Chicago, 111., Apr. 1944. 6 p. 4° (Fishery leaflet 52.) [Processed.] t 

1 49.28 : 52 

Sauces for seafoods ; prepared in Division of Fishery Industries. Chicago, 111., 
Apr. 1944. 4 p. 4" (Fishery leaflet 53.) [Processed.] t 149.28:53 

Vitamin A report, Feb. 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 8° (Current fishery statistics 
no. 119.) [Processed.] } 149.8/2:119 

Wildlife revieiv, abstracting service for wildlife management, issued for informa- 
tion of coopera tors, no 40 ; June 1944. [1944.] 54 p. 4" [Processed.] $ 

I 49.17 : 40 

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, topographic maps (some of -which bear descriptive texfj, base maps, and 
other maps of the United States and of single States. Practically all of them are sale 
publications. Tlie maps and folios are sold by the Geological Survey, Washington 25. D. C. 
Orders for other publications that are for sale should be sent to the Superintendent of 
Documents, Washington 25, D. C. 

Atlantic Coastal Plain. Surface water supply of United States, 1942 ; pt. 1, North 
Atlantic slope basins ; prepared under direction of Glen L. Parker, chief hy- 
draulic engineer, B. L. Bigwood, A. W. Harrington, O. W. Hartwell, A. H. Hor- 
ton, H. B. Kinnison, J. W. Mangan, M. R. Stackpole. and D. S. Wallace, district 
engineers. 1944. x+609 p. 1 pi. (Water-supply paper 951.) [Prepared in 
cooperation with Connecticut, Maine, Mai'yland, Masssachusetts, New Hamp- 
shire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania. Rliode Island, Vermont, Virginia, 
and West Virginia.] * Paper, $1.00. • Item 627 
L. C. card GS 10-290 1 19.13 : 951 

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806 Government Publications 

Geology. Blbliogrnphy of North American geology, 192(>-39; by Emma Mertins 
Thorn. 1044. [2 pts. in 1 v.] ii+154G+[l] p. (Bulletin 937.) * Cloth, 
$2.50. • Item (!22 
L. C. card GS 9-427 1 19.3 : 937 

nnnovcr. Pa. Geology of Hanover-York district, Pa. ; by Anna Jonas Stose and 
George W. Stose. 1944. vii-f84 p. il. 4 pi. 12 p. of pi. 2 maps, 1 is in pocket, 
4° (Professional paper 204.) * Paper, $1.75. • Item 626 
L. C. card GS44-34 1 19.16 : 204 

PMftricofion* issued in May 1944; list 435. [1944.] 4 p. [Monthly.] t •Item 
624 119.14/4:435 

Maps 

Note. — The maps listed below are sold by the Geological Survey. Remittances for these 
maps should bo made by money order payable to the Director of the Geological Survey, 
Washington 25, D. C. ISxcept as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed 
on an order for maps, or for maps and geologic folios, that amounts to .?5.00 at the retail 
price. In ordering give the name and scale of each map and the State in which the area lies. 

Arkansas bauxite district, Pulaski and Saline Counties, Ark. [with text], by 
Robert P. Bryson and Mackenzie Gordon, jr. ; strategic minerals investigations, 
preliminary map. Scale 1 : 48,000, contour interval 50 ft. Feb. 1, 1944. 
28X37 in. [Processed. Map shovring surface geology, subsurface contours 
drawn on post-midway surface, and bauxite mines, compiled by R. C. Shelton 
(contours) and E. B. Parmelee (mines) from data assembled by M. Gordon, jr., 
T. A. Steven, W. E. Benson, J. I. Tracey, jr., and other members of the Geologi- 
cal Survey bauxite field party, R. P. Bryson, chief of party. Includes map 
24 X 30 in. ] t 50c. 1 19.25 : M 66/7/ prelim. 

District of Columhia. Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia. Washington and 
vicinity, lat. 38°45'-39°05', long 76°52'.30"-77°15'. Scale 1:31,680. contour 
interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 47X42 in. t 25c. 1 19.25 : W 27/2/944 

Wyoming. Geologic map and sections of Lance Creek oil and gas field and 
vicinity, Niobrara County, Wyo., geology by W. B. Kramer and C. E. Dobbin, 
assisted by Robert McMillan; [map]." Scale 1 m.=l in. 1943 [published 
1&44]. 31X40 in. [Processed. The margins are illustrated, making the out- 
side measurements of this sheet 42X50 in.] t 50c. 119.25:015/7 

Willow Creek coal area, Lincoln County, Wyo., 1944; preliminary geologic 

and structure maps and coal sections [with text] bv David A. Andrews. [1944.] 
40X28 in. [Includes maps 18X7 in. and 18X8 in.] t 50c. 

1 19.25 : C 63/4/prelim. 

Topographic quadrangle maps 

Note. — The Geological Survey makes contoured maps — three-dimension topographic 
maps — which are designed eventually to cover the whole Unltrd States, also Alaska, Hawaii, 
and Puerto Rico. The individual maps are projected to represent quadranele areas rather 
than political divisions, and each map is designated by the name of some prominent town 
or natural feature within that area. The scales most commonly used are 1 : 24,000 (1 
inch = 2,000 feet), 1 : 31,680 (1 inch=y3 mile), 1 : 62,500 (1 inch= about 1 mile), and 
1:125.000 (1 inch = about 2 miles). 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, 
Mar.vland. Massachusetts, New Hampshire. New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, and West Vir- 
ginia 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 fnlios together. In ordering, give the name 
and scale of the map and the State in which t'^e area lies. 

Alahama. Alabama, Mcintosh quadrangle, lat. 31°15'-31°30', long. 88''-88''15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X 15 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12: IM 189/944 

Alabama, Tensaw quadrangle, lat. 31°-31°lo', long. 87°45'-8S°. Scale 

1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n, p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 1 10c. 

I19.12:lT259/944 

Arizona. Arizona, Fisher Hills quadrangle, lat. 32''15'-32°30', long. 109''30'- 
109°45'. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval .')0 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 2 F 539/944 

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Arizona — Continued. 

Arizona, Oro Blanco quadrangle, lat. 31°15'-31°30', long. 111°15'-111°30'. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1&44. 17X15 in. [Map 
covers only a portion of the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 2 Or 6/944 

Arkansas, Benton quadrangle, lat. 34°30'-34°45', long. 92°30-92°45'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 3 B 446/944 

California. California, Auburn quadrangle, lat. 38°45'-39°, long. 121°-121°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18 X 14 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 Au 19/944 

California, Flournoy quadrangle, lat. 39°45'-40°, long. 122°15'-122°30'. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 F 668/944 

California, Hernandez Valley quadrangle, lat. 36°15'-36°30', long. 120°45'- 

121°. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18x14 in. 
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 H 43/944 

California, Oroville quadrangle, lat. 39°30'-39°45', long. 121°30'-121°45'. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 Or G/944 

California, Potrero quadrangle, lat. 32°30'-32°45', long. 116°30'-116°45'. 

Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 
[Map covers only a portion of the sheet.] f 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 P 849/944 

California, Priest Valley quadrangle, lat. 36°-36°15', long. 120°30'-120°45'. 

Scale 1 : 62.500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. f 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 P 933/944 

California, Raymond quadrangle, lat. 37°-37°15', long. 119M5'-120°. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c. 

119.12: 4 R 218/2/944 

California, Sutter Creek quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 120°45'-121"'. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 4 Su 88/2/944 

California, Wilbur Springs quadrangle, lat. 39°-39°15', long. 122°15'- 

122°30'. Scale 1:62,500, contour int-erval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
17X14 in. tlOc. 1 19.12 : 4 W 641/944 

Colorado, Ralston Buttes quadrangle, lat. 39°45'-39°52'30", long. 105°15'-105° 
22'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 
in. t 10c. 1 19.12: 5 R 139/944 

Florida. Florida, Green Point quadrangle, lat. 29M5'-29°52'30", long. 84°45'- 
84°52'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X 
15 in. t 10c. 1 19.12: 9 G 827/944 

■ Florida, Long Point quadrangle, lat. 30°-30°07'30", long. 85°30'- 

85°37'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
17X15 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 9 L 854/944 

Illinois. Illinois, Galva quadrangle, lat. 41°-41°15', long. 90°-90°15'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X13 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 12 G 139/944 

Illinois, New Douglas quadrangle, lat. 38°45'-39°, long. 89°30'-89°45'. 

Scale 1 : 62-,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17 X 14 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 12 N 42 d/944 

Indiana. Indiana, Bucktown quadrangle, lat. 3S°52'30"-39°, long. 87*'15'-87° 
22'30". Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 
in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 14 B 858/944 

Indiana, Washington quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 87°07'30"- 

87°15'. Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 
in. t 10c. 119.12: 14 W 279/944 

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Indiana — Continued. 

Indiana, Wheatland quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. ST^IS'-ST" 

22'30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 
in. t 10c. 119.12: 14 W5G/944 

Indiana-Illinois, Frltchton quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 87°22' 

30"-87°30'. Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
23 X 18 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 14 F 918/944 

/owa-Missouri, Seymour quadrangle, lat. 40°30'-40°45', long. 93°-93°15'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 In. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : If) Se 96/944 

Louisiana. Louisiana. Slagle quadrangle, lat. 31°-31°15', long. 93°-93°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X15 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 18 SI 12/944 

Louisiana-TexaP, Logan.sport quadrangle, lat. 31°45'-32°, long 93°45'-94''. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 18 L 828/944 

Massachusetts. Massachusetts, Edgartown quadrangle, lat. 41°20'-41°27'30", 
long. 70°27'30"-70°35'. Scale 1:31,680, contour intetval 10 ft. n. p. edition 
of 1&44. 17X13 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 Ed 34/944 

Massachusetts, Orleans quadrangle, lat. 41°45'-41°52'30", long. 69°55'- 

70°02'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
17X13 in. t 10c. 119.12 : 21 Or 5/944 

Massachusetts, Taunton quadrangle, lat. 41°52'30"-42°, Ictng. 71°-71° 

07'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. 
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 T 193/944 

Massachusetts-New Hampshire, Lawrence quadrangle, lat. 42°37'30"- 

42°45', long. 71°07'30"-71°15'. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. 
edition of 1944. 17 X 13 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 L 439/944 

Mississippi, Vancleave quadrangle, lat. 30°30'-30°45', long. 88°30'-88°45'. Scale 
1: 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 24 V 278/944 

Missouri. Missouri, Gerald quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 9in5'-91°30'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. f 10c. 

1 19.12: 25 G 311/944 

Missouri, Humansville quadrangle, lat. 37°45'-37°52'30", long. 93°30'- 

93°37'30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
23X18 in. t 10c. 119.12 : 25 H 88/944 

Missouri, Iconium quadrangle, lat. 38°-38°07'30", long. 93°30'-93°37'30". 

Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 in. t 10c. 

1 19.12 : 25 Ic 7/944 

Missouri, Weaubleau quadrangle, lat. 37°52'30"-38°, long. 93°30'-93°37' 

30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 
in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 25 W 378/&44 

Montana. Montana, Judith Peak quadrangle, lat. 47°-47°15', long. 109°-109°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X12 in. tlOc. 

1 19.12: 26 J 899/944 

Montana, Lewistown quadrangle, lat. 47°-47°15', long. 109°15'-109°30'. 

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X12 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 26 L 589/944 

New York State, New York, Cleveland quadrangle, lat. 43°07'30"-43°15', long. 
75''52'30"-76°. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 5 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
17X13 in. tlOc. 119.12 : 32 C 599/944 

New York, Jewell quadrangle, lat. 43°07'30"-43°15', long. 75°45'-75°52'30". 

Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 5 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X18 in. f 10c. 

1 19.12 : 32 J 549/944 

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:^orth Dakota, Heart Butte quadrangle, 46°30'-46°45', long. 101°45'-102°. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. u. p. edition of 1944. 18X12 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12: 34 H 351/944 
Pennsylvania, Canton quadrangle, lat. 41°30'-41°45', long. 76°45'-77°. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. u. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c. 

I19.12:38ClG8/944 

Rhode Island, Newport quadrangle, lat. 41°22'80"-41"'30', long. 71°15'-71°22'30". 

Scale 1 : 31,080, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c. 

1 10.12 : 39 N 42 zp/944 
South Dakota, lona quadrangle, lat. 43°30'-43°45', long. 99°15'-99°30'. Scale 
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c. 

1 19.12:4110 6/944 
Tea?os-Louisiana, Patroon quadrangle, lat. 31°30'-31°45', long. 93°45'-94°. Scale 
1 : 62,.500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X15 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12: 43 P 276/944 
Utah, Monroe quadrangle, lat. 3S°30'-38°45', long. 112°-112°15'. Scale 1: 62,500, 
contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c. 

1 19.12 : 45 M 757/944 

Virginia-West A'irginia. Monterey quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 79°30'- 

79° 45'. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 40 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X 14 in. 

1 10c. 1 19.12 : 47 M 764/944 

MINES BUREAU 

Blasting. Safety blasting practices in New York quarry ; by Norman King and 
Allen D. Look. May 1944. [l]+9 p. 3 p. of pi. 4° (Report of investigations, 
R. I. 3752.) [Processed.] f 128.23:3752 

Cement. Monthly cement report CP 275. June 1, 1944. 6 leaves, il. f° (Min- 
eral industry surveys.) [Processed.] f ' 128.29:275 

Same, supp. A. June 10, 3944. 4 p. il. f° (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] t I 28.29: 275/supp.A 

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments, M. C. D. 146. May 27, 1944. 20 p il f° 
[Processed.] t 128.24:146 

Same, M. C. D. 147. June 13, 1944. 5 p. il. f° [Processed.] $ 128.24:147 

Preliminary estimates of production of bituminous coal and lignite, May 

1944. June 6, 1944. 1 p. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t 128.64:944/5 

Preliminary estimates of production of Pennsylvania anthracite and of 

coke. May 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; PCC 5-44) 
[Monthly. Processed.] f 128.50:944/5 

Weekly anthracite and coke report WACR 360-WACR 363. June 3-24, 

1944. Each 3 p. or 2 p. il. 4" (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

I 28.49 : 360-363 

Weekly coal report W. C. R. 1401-W. C. R. 1405. INIay 27- June 24, 1944. 

Each 2 p. or 5 p. il. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] f 

I 28.33 : 1401-1405 

Coal-mine fatalities in Apr. 1944. [1944.] 10-[-[3] p. il. 4° (Mineral industry 

surveys ; CMF 154. ) [MonthlJ^ Processed.] f 128.10/2:154 

Coke. Monthly coke report, MCR 194. June 2, 1944. 3 p. il. 4" (Mineral in- 
dustry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.30:194 

Drill hole casifigs. Ground-resistance measurements of drill-hole casings* by 
F. E. Griffith and E. J. Gleim. May 3944. [l]-|-7 p. 1 pi. 4" (Report of in- 
vestigations, R. I. 3756.) [Proce.ssed.] t 128.23.3750 

Engines. Possible hazards attending u.so of engines operated on butane fuel in 
mining and tunneling; by L. B. Berger and II. II. Schrenk. May 1944. [l]-f- 
6 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7284.) [Processed.] f ' 128 27-7284 



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Erplosians iu medium-pressure acetylene generators ; by G. W. Jones, G. S. Scott, 
R. E. Kennedy, and W. J. Huff. May 1944. [1] +20 p. 7 p. of pi. 4° (Report 
of investigations, R. I. 3755.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3755 

Oases. Apparatus for determining minimum energies for electric-spark ignition 
(if tlammable gases and vapors ; by P. G. Guest. May 1944. [l]-f-l() p. 6 p. of 
pi. 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3753.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3753 

GiiHoUne. National motor-gasoline survey, winter 1943-44 ; by O. C. Blade. May 
1944. [1] +28 p. 1 pi 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3758.) [Processed.] t 

I 28.23 : 3758 

Natural gasoline and allied products, Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 4° (Min- 
eral industry surveys; NGR 944a-112.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

1 28.47 : 112 

Geophysical ahstracts 116, Jan.-Mar. 1944; compiled by W. Ayvazoglou and V. 
Skitsky. May 1944. [l]+54 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7285.) 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card GS37-206 1 28.27 : 7285 

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Texas (mine report) ; by Chas. W. Hender- 
son and R. H. Mote. 1944. [2] +4 p. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook, 
1943.] * Paper, 5c. 1 28.37/a : G 563/10/943 

Metallurgy. Electrical devices applied to metallurgical research ; by E. V. Potter. 
1944. ii+30 p. il. (Technical paper 661.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 646 
L. C. card 44-41066 I 28.7 : 661 

Mine accidents. Employment and accidents at nonmetallic-mineral mines in 

United States during 1942; [prepared by F. J. Kennedy and L. T. Miller]. 

[Mar. 15, 1944.] 15 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; H. S. S. no. 332.) 

[Processed.] j 128.26:332 

Mining machinery. Permissible mine equipment approved during 1943; by E. J. 
Gleim. May 1944. [l]+5 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7283.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 128.27:7283 

Motor fuel. Forecast of demand for motor fuel and crude oil, June 1944. [1944.] 
3 p. 4° (Mineral industi-y surveys; MFR 108.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

1 28.41 : 108 

Petroleum. Crude petroleum and petroleum products, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 11 p. 
4° (Mineral industry surveys; P 249.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

I 28.18/2 : 249 

■ Weekly crude oil stock report 554-558. June 2-30, 1944. Each 1 p. 4° 

(Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.46:534-558 

Plastics. Inflammability and explosibility of powders used in plastics industry ; 
by Irving Hartmann and John Nagy. May 1944. [l]+38 p. 10 p. of pi. 4° 
(Report of investigations, R. I. 3751.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3751 

Publications. New publications, Bureau of Mines, monthly list 349; May 1944. 
[1944.] 3 p. t • Item 642 128.5/2:349 

Supplement to List of publications, Bureau of Mines, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1943, 

with subject and author index. 1944. ii+30 p. [Supplements earlier lists 
of publications issued from 1910 to Dec. 31, 1942.] t • Item 638 

1 28.5A : 943 

Safety fuses. Burning rate of fuse : by D. Harrington and R. G. Warneke. May 
1944. [1]+10 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7281.) [Processed.] t 

I 28.27 : 7281 

Safety lamps. Construction, care, and use of permissible flame safety lamps ; by 
A. B. Hooker. 1944. ii+18 p. il. (Minei's' circular 44.) * Paper, 10c. 
• Item 640 
L. C. card 44-41146 1 28.6 : 44 

&7o/r; by Oliver Bowles and M. S. Jenisen. 1044. [2]+9p. il. [Preprint from 
Minerals yearbook, 1943.] * Paper, 5e. I 28.37/a : Si 14/943 

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Smokestacks. Dilution of stack effluents [with bibliography] ; by G. E. McElroy, 
C. E. Brown, L. B. Berger, and H. H. Schrenk. 1&44. iv+46 p. il. (Technical 
paper 657.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 646 
L. C. card 44-41065 1 28.7 : 657 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

Natiotial parks. Statement concerning facilities available to the public in na- 
tional park areas during 1944 season ; revised to [May 8]. [1944.] [l]+5 p. 4° 
[Processed. May 8 has been added with rubber stamp.] t 1 29.2 : F 11/2/944 

RECLAMATION BUREAU 

Deschutes project. Crooked River Crossing, North Unit Main Canal, Deschutes 
project, Oreg. [United Publishing Co., Denver, May 15, 1944.] cover title, 32 p. 
18 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 1072.) [Schedule, specifications, and drawing; 
bids will be received until June 3, 1944.] t Paper, $1.75. I 27.8: 1072 

Earthwork and structures, concrete highway bridge, station 1018+21.8, 

concrete highway bridge station 1295+20, City of Prineville Railway siphon, 
station 1362+12, and Sherwood Canyon siphon, station 1528+75, north unit 
main canal, Deschutes project, Oreg. [United Pub. Co., Denver, Colo., Apr. 
26, 1944.] cover title, 32 p. 7 pi. map, 4" (Specifications 1071.) [Schedules, 
specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until June 1, 1944.] 
t Paper, $1.50. 1 27.8 : 1071 

Turbine, governor, generator, power transformers, switching equipment, 

and control equipment for 3d unit. Cove power plant, and power transformers, 
switching equipment, and control equipment for Redmond and Oromite sub- 
stations, Deschutes project, Oreg. [United Publishing Co., Denver, June 13, 
1944] cover title, 81 + [1] p. 8 pi. 4° (Specifications 1074.) [Invitation for 
bids, schedules, specifications, and drawings.] t Paper, $3.00. I 27.8 : 1074 

Fort Peck project. 115-kilovolt transmission line from Fort Peck power plant 
to Glendive, Mont., and 34.5-kilovolt transmission line from Frazer to Wolf 
Point, Mont., Fort Peck project, Mont. [Bradford-Robinson Ptg. Co., Denver, 
June 17, 1944.] cover title, 29 p. 51 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 1073.) [Sched- 
ules, specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until July 15, 1944.] 
t Paper, $2.00. ' 1 27.8 : 1073 

SOLID FUELS ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR 

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments. — Preliminary estimates of production of 
bituminous coal and lignite. — Weekly coal report. See Mines Bureau, Coal, 
p. 809. 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

NoTB. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerre Com- 
mission reports, Interstate Commerce Commission reports — Motor carrier cases, and Inter- 
state roninierce Commission leports — Valuation reports, are sold by the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at various prices, depending 
upon the .size of the volume. Separate di'cisions or opinions are sold on subscription, price 
I1..50 per volume; foreign subscription, $2.00; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a 
volume, be sure to specify the series and whether Finance or other tnan Finance decisions 
are desired. Entries for the separate decisions are grouped below under center heads fol- 
lowing other Interstate Commerce Commission publications. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Knginemen. No. 8728, in Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen et al. v. 
Interstate Commerce Commission; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+42 p. t IC 1.13/1 : B 795 

CarHcrs. Civil action no. 285, in district court for eastern district of Virginia, 
Richmond division, American Trucking Associations, Inc. [et al.] v. United 
States and Interstate Commerce Commission ; brief for Interstate Commerce 
Commission. [1944.] cover title, ii +44 p. X IC 1.13/1 : Am 35/8 

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Carriers — Continued. 

. Revenue and tratlic of carriers by water, 4th quarter 1043. [1944.] 4p 

oblong large 8° (Statement Q-650, QWS.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 42-3364 IC 1 wat.ll : 943/4 

• Revenue and trafBc of carriers by water, [calendar] year 1943. [1944.] 

4 p. oblong large 8" (Statement Q-GSO, QWS.) [Processed. Subject to re- 
vision.] t IC 1 wat.ll : 943/5 

• Supplement 47 to List 3 of corporate names of common carriers by rail 

(including express), water or pipe line (including names of their receivers or 
trustees, if any), tiling tariffs, concurrences, or powers of attorney with Inter- 
state Commerce Commission and compiled from its records, compiled Feb. 1, 
1&44; prepared by Section of Tariffs, Bureau of Traffic. [1944.] [l]-fl3 p. 4" 
[Processed. Cancels Supplement 46. Supplements 38 and 47 contain all 
changes.] t IC 1.15 : 3/supp.47 

Supplement 48 to List 3 of corporate names of common carriers by rail 

(including express), water or pipe line (including names of their receivers or 
trustees, if any), filing tariffs, concurrences, or powers of attorney with Inter- 
state Commerce Commission and compiled from its records, compiled May 1, 
1944; prepared by Section of Tariffs, Bureau of Traffic. [1944.] [1]+14 p. 4" 
[Processed. Cancels Supplement 47. Supplements 38 and 48 contain all 
changes.] t IC 1.15 : 3/supp.48 

Decisions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

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

Freight. Preliminary summary of freight commodity statistics of class 1 steam 
railways in United States, calendar year 1943. [1944.] 5 p. oblong large 8° 
(Statement 4419; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to 
revision.] t • Item 704 IC 1 ste.26 : 943/13 

Freight forwarders. Revenues, expenses and statistics of freight forwarders, 
4th quarter and [calendar] year 1943. [1944.] 2 p. t" (Statement Q-950, 
QFF.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t IC 1.19 : 943/4 

Fuel and power for locomotives and rail motor cars of class 1 steam railways in 
United States (class 1 switching and terminal companies included), Mar. 1944. 
[1944.] 2 p. oblong large S° (Statement M-230, OS-E; Transport Economics 
and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 706 
L. C. card A 36-784 IC 1 ste.30 : W4/3 

Motor carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier). 

Motor carrier finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier 
finance). 

Motor carriers. Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor 
carriers of passengers; 4th quarter 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (State- 
ment Q-750, BRE: Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to 
revision.] t • Item 693 
L. C. card A 39-871 IC 1 mot.l2 : ^3/4 

Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers 

of passengers, [calendar] year 1943. [1944.] 6 p. oblong large 8° (Statement 
Q-750, BRE: Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to 
revision.] t • Item 693 IC 1 mot.l2 : 943/5 

Revenues, expenses, other income and statistics of class 1 motor carriers 

of property; 4th quarter 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement 
Q-800; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 694 

L. C. card A 39-1053 IC 1 mot.l3 : 943/4 

• Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of 

property, calendar year 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement Q-800 ; 
Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 694 IC 1 mot.13 : ^3/5 

Opinions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 
• Sent to Depository Libraries 



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Pipe lines. Transportation revenue and traffic of large oil pipe line companies, 
carriers having annual operating revenues of more than $.JO0,0O0; 1st quarter 
1944. [1944.] 1 p. f (Statement Q-GOO, QPS.) [Processed. Subject to 
revision.] t IC 1 pip.7 : 944/1 

Railroad accidents. In matter of making accident investigation reports under 
locomotive inspection act of Feb. 17, 1911, as amended : Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe Railway, accident near Mendon, Mo., Apr. 21, 1944, caused by failure 
of lubricator .steam pipe. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : M 523 

• Same : New York Central System, accident, Ashtabula, Ohio, Mar. 13, 1944, 

caused by failure of locomotive reversing gear. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : As 37/2 

Same: Seaboard Air Line Railway, accident (boiler explosion), Catawba, 

S. C, Apr. 27, 1944, caused by overheating of crown sheet due to low water. 
[1944.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : C 281 

— — - Investigation 2789 : Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway 
Company, report in re accident. Deer Creek, Ohio, Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 
il. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : D 36/2 

Investigation 2790: St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company, report in re 

accident near Kent, Ark., Apr. 8, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : K 413/3 

Investigation 2791 : Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, report in re 

accident, Presque Isle Yard, Toledo, Ohio, Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : T 575/2 

Investigation 2792 : Wabash Railroad Company, report in re accident near 

Gallatin, Mo., Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : G 135 

Investigation 2795: Pennsylvania Railroad Company, report in re accident 

near Ardara, Pa., May 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : Ar 28 

Rail-highway grade-crossing accidents, year ended Dec. 31, 1943. Washing- 
ton, D. C. May 1944. [2] +31 p. 4° (Statement 442L) [Processed.] $ 

L. C. card A 38-1029 IC 1 acci.8 : 943 

Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Jan. 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

oblong large 8° (Statement M-400; Transport Economics and Statistics Bu- 
i-eau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 716 

L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste.31 : 944/1 

Railroads. 56th annual report of statistics of railways in United States, year 
ended Deo. 31, 1942, including also selected data relating to other common 
carriers (except motor carriers and freight forwarders) subject to interstate 
commerce act for [calendar] year 1942 [and abstract of reports of individual 
steam railways] ; prepared by Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics. 
1944. xi+227-f301-582 p. il. 4" [Page numbers 228-300 have been purposely 
omitted.] * Cloth, $1.75 • Item 70L - 
L. C. card 9-14679 IC 1 ste.l : 942 

P'reight train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(.switching and terininal companies not included). Mar. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 
oblong large 8" (Statement M-211, OS-A; Tran.sport Economics and Statistics 
Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision!] t • Item 705 

L. C. card A 36-575 IC 1 ste.35 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-211, OS-A; 

Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to re- 
vision.] t • Item 705 IC 1 ste.35 : 944/4 

Motive power and car equipment of class 1 steam railways in United 

States (class 1 switching and terminal companies included), Mar. 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-240, OS-F ; Transport Economics and Sta- 
tistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 709 

L. C. card A 36-576 IC 1 ste.36 : 944/3 

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Railroads — Continued. 

Same, Apr. 1944. 2 p. oblong 8° (Statement M-240, OS-F; Transport 

Economics and Statistics Bureau.) I Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 7U}) IC 1 ste.36 : 944/4 

Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

tlie United States (switching and terminal companies not included), Mar. 1944. 
[1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-lOO; Transport Economics and 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 710 

L. C. card A 33-1300 IC 1 ste.l9 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-lOO; Trans- 
port Economics and Statistics Bui'eau. ) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 710 IC 1 ste.lO : 944/4 

Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam 

railways, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-150; Trans- 
port Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Montlily. Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 711 

L. C. card A 29-378 IC 1 ste.20 : 944/4 

Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items for Mar. lf>44, 

compared with Mar. 1943; Mar. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (State- 
ment M-200; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Sub- 
ject to revision.] t • Item 712 

L. C. card A 29-380 IC 1 ste.22 : 944/3 

■ Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class 1 steam 

railways in United States (switching and terminal companies not included), 
Feb. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-250.) [Monthly. 
Processed. Subject to revision.] t 
L. C. card A 38-1273 IC 1 ste.40 : 944/2 

Passenger train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(switching and terminal companies not included), Apr. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 
oblong large 8° ( Statement M-213, OS-B ; Transport Economics and Statistics 
Bui-eau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 713 

L. C. card A 36-577 IC lste.37 : 944/4 

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

(switching and terminal companies not included). Mar. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 
oblong large 8° (Statement M-220, OS-D ; Transport Economics and Statis- 
tics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 714 
L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24 : 944/3 

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

United States (switching and terminal companies not included) [and Selected 
income items by regions and districts, class 1 steam railways], Mar. 1944. 
[1944.] 2 p. il. oblong large 8° (Statement M-125 ; Transport Economics and 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 715 

L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : 944/3 

• Summary tables of 56th annual report on statistics of railways in United 

States, year ended Dec. 31, 1942, including also selected data relating to other 
carriers (except motor carriers and freight forwarders) subject to interstate 
commerce act for [calendar] year 1942; prepared by Bureau of Transport 
Economics and Statistics. 1944. xi-|-227 p. il. 4° * Paper, 50c. 

IC 1 ste.l/a : 942 

Tons of revenue freight originated and tons terminated in carloads by 

classes of commodities and by geographic areas, class 1 steam railways, [cal- 
endar] year 1943. [1944.] 13 p. oblong large S" (Statement M-550, SCS; 
Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t 

• Item 717 

L. C. card A40-2952 IC 1 ste.42 : 943/13 

Yard service performance of class 1 steam railways in T'liited States (class 

1 switching and terminal companies included). Mar. 1944. 1944. 1 p. oblong 
large 8° (Statement M-215, OS-C; Transport Economics and Statistics Bu- 
reau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 719 

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Railroads — Continued. 

Same, Apr. 1944. 1944. 1 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-215, OS-C; 

Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] 
t • Item 719 IC 1 ste.SS : 1M4/4 

Railivay employees. Wage statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States 
(switching and terminal companies not included), Mar. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 
oblong large 8° (Statement M-300; Transport Economic and Statistics Bu- 
reau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] f • Item 718 
L. C. card A29-3S2 IC 1 ste.25 : 944/3 

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

Transportation. Monthly comment on transportation statistics [Apr. 1944]. 
June 5, 1944. 14 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 42-3365 IC 1.17 : 944/4 

Valuation decisions. See, below, center head Decisions {Valuatioti) . 

Water carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Water carrier-). 

Decisions (Finance) 

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

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. Finance docket no. 10882, Chi- 
cago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Company reorganization ; decided 
Dec. 6, 1943. [1944.] p. 707-744. (F-8639.) [From v. 254.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8630 

New York Central Railroad. Finance docket no. 13914, New York Central Rail- 
road Company abandonment; decided Feb. 25, 1944. [1944.] p. 745-766. 
(F-8640.) [From V. 254.] * Paper. 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8640 

Decisions (Afotor carrier) 

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

Airplane engines. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-2215, airplane 
engines between points in the Southwest; [decided Mar. 20, 1944]. [1944.] 
[1] +242-246 p. (M-6518.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] *' Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-60I8 

Freight rates. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-2154, minimum rate 
restrictions to, from, and within the Southwest; decided Feb. 17, 1944. [1944.] 
p. 161-172. (M-6510.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6510 

Investigation and suspension docket no. M-2233, Transamerican Fi'eight 

Lines, classes in central territory; decided Feb. 23, 1944. [1944.] p. 189-199. 
(M-6513.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper. 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6513 

Investigation and .'suspension docket no. ]\I-2240, minimum charges in cen- 
tral territory; decided Feb. 22, 1944. [1944.] p. 14.V15S. (M-650S.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-aiOS 

— — Investigation and suspension docket no. M-2333, increased rates, Hayes 
Freight Lines; decided Feb. 24, 1944. [1944.] p. 173-185. (M-6511.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : ]\I-6.111 

Gay's E.Tpress, Inc. No. MC-C-276, Gay's Express, Inc., v. Marvin J. Haigis and 
Kneeland G. Nichols [doing business as Tri-State Motor Lines] ; decided Apr. 
7, 1944. [1944.] p. 277-282. (M-6522.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] 
* Paper. 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6522 

Moore Motor Freight Lines. No. MC-17481, Ernest E. Moore [doing business as 
Moore Motor Freight Lines] common carrier application ; decided Jan. 29, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 91-120. (M-6501.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6501 

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Paint. No. Mr-C-367, Sherwin-Williams Company v. Advance Transportation 
Company of "Wisconsin et al. ; [decided Feb. 15, 19441. [1944.1 [1] +186-188 p. 
(M-6512.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.1 * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6512 

Petroleum produets. Investigation and suspension docket no. M-2305, petroleum 
products between Arkansas, Kansas, Mi-ssouri, and Oklahoma ; decided Apr. 12, 
1944. [1944.1 p. 261-268. (M-6520.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.1 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6520 

Reliable Van d Warehouse Co. No. MC-43482 (sub-no. 1), Reliable Van & Ware- 
house Company, extension of operations; [decided Jan. 22, 19441. [1944.1 
[11+218-220 p. (M-6516.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.1 * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6516 

Royal Cadillac Service, Inc. No. MC-95463 (sub-no. 2), Royal Cadillac Service, 
Inc., common carrier application, new operations ; decided Mar. 24, 1944. 
[1944.1 p. 247-260. (M-6519.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 4.3.1 * Paper; 
5c. IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6519 

Sullivan, Long & Hagerty, Inc. No. MC-7316^, Sullivan, Long & Hagerty, Inc., 
common carrier application; decided Feb. 24, 1944. [1944.1 p. 203-217. 
(M-6515.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.1 * Paiper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6515 

Teeter, John S., d Som, Inc. No. MC-104242. John S. Teeter & Sons. Incorporated, 
common carrier application; [decided Mar. 2. 19441. [1944.1 [11+200-202 p. 
(M-6514.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.1 * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a ; M-6514 

Decisions (Motor carrier, finance) 

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

Great Central Transport Corporation. No. MC-F-2207. John Bridge, control. 
Lecrone-Benedict Ways, Inc.. purchase. Great Central Transport Corporation ; 
decided Feb. 29, 1M4. [1944.1 p. 591-594. (MF-1394.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, v. 39.1 * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.S/a 2 : MF-1394 

Keesliin Freight IJnes. Inc. No. IMC-F-1108, Keeshin Freight Lines. Inc., issuance 
of notes? decided Feb. 15, 1944. [1944.1 P- 58^590. (MF-1393.) [From 
Motor carrier cases, v. 39.1 * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a 2 ; MF-1393 

Onondaga Freight Corp. No. MC-F-2148. Ontario Freight Lines Corp. lease, 
Onondaga Freight Corp.; decided Aug. 4, 1&43. [1944.1 p. 607-609. (MF- 
1397.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 39.1 * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a 2 : MF-1397 

Pittshurgh-Wheelinp Truck Service. Inc. No. MC-F-2312. Samuel Creig, control, 
Pittsburgh-Wheeling Truck Service, Inc.; [decided Mar. 29, 19441. [1944.1 
[11+604-606 p. (MF-1396.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 39.1 * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a 2 ; MF-1396 

Rogers Transfer Co. No. I\IC-F-1864. Charlton Bros. Transportation Co.. Incor- 
porated, purchase, John I. Rogers [doing business as Rogers Transfer Company ; 
decided Feb. 24, 19441. [1944.1 [11+610-612 p. (MF-1398.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 39.1 * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a 2 ; MF-1398 

Decisions (Traffic) 

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

Airplane engines. Investigation and suspension docket no. .5205, airplane engines 
in official territory; [derided Mar. 24, 19441. [1944.1 [11+226-232 p. 
( [Opinion 1 24368.) [From v. 258.1 * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24368 

Alcohol. Fourth section application no. 20162. alcohol from Texas; decided Mar. 
10,1944. [1944.1 p. 271-278. ([Opinionl 24374.) [From v. 25S.1 * Paper, 
5c. IC 1.6/la ; 24374 

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Asphalt. No. 28892, C. B. Mitcham v. Atchisou, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 
Company; decided Mar. 21, 1944. [1944.] p. 255-2G0. ([Opinion] 24371.) 
[From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24371 

Barrels. No. 28918, J. R. Kelley Cooperage Company v. Illinois Central Railroad 
Company et al. ; [decided Mar. 11, 1944]. [1944.] [1] +202-204 p. ([Opin- 
ion] 24363 [24365].) [From v. 25S.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24365 

Bricks. No. 28961, Mason City Brick and Tile Company v. Chicago, Milwaukee, 
St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad Company (Henry A. Scandrett, Walter J. Cum- 
mings, and George I. Haight, trustees) et al. ; [decided Feb. 26, 1944]. [1944.] 
[1] +312-314 p. ([Opinion] 24382.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 24382 

Carrots. No. 28821, Western Growers Protective Association v. Aberdeen and 
Rockfish Railroad Company et al. ; decided Mar. 11, 1944. [1944.] p. 233-247. 
( [Opinion] 24369.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24369 

Cement. No. 28755, Colorado Portland Cement Company v. Apache Railway Com- 
pany et al.; [decided Mar. 16, 1944]. [1944.] [l]+24S-254 p. ([Opinion] 
24370.) [From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24370 

Dining-car service. No. 28898, Clarence Brown et al. v. Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company ; decided Dec. 16, 1943. [1944.] p. 681-698. ( [Opinion] 24337. ) 
[From V. 256.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24337 

Food for dogs. No. 28899, Gaines Food Company, Incorporated, v. Aberdeen & 
Rockfish Railroad Company et al. : decided Mar. 17, 1944. [1944.] p. 291-292. 
( [Opinion] 24378. ) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24378 

Freight rates. Investigation and suspension docket no. 5110, maximum rate 
provision, ocean-rail to Southwest; decided Feb. 24, 1944. [1944.] p. 63-70. 
([Opinion] 24358.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24358 

Furl oil. No. 28936, O. C. Field Gasoline Corporation v. Nevada Northern Rail- 
way Company et al. ; [decided Apr. 8, 1944]. [1944.] [l]+350+354p. ([Opin- 
ion] 24387.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24387 

Oamline. No. 28860, Pure Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
et al. ; decided Jan. 19, 1944. [1944.] p. 723-732. ([Opinion] 24340.) [From 
v. 256.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24340 

Grain. Fourth section application no. 20214, grain and grain products between 
northwestern points ; decided Mar. 16, 1944. [1944.] p. 279-282: ([Opinion] 
24375.) [From v. 258 (volume number is incorrectly given on p. 279 as 259.)] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24375 

Investigation and suspension docket no. 5249, transit Government grain 

at Ohio River; decided IMar. 25, 1944. [1944.] p. 2aj-214. ([Opinion] 
24366.) [From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24366 

No. 28823, Enid Board of Trade et al. v. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 

Railway Company et al. ; decided Mar. 7, 1944. [1944.] p. 215-225. ( [Opin- 
ion] 24367.) [From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24367 

Heating apparatm. Investigation and suspension docket no. 5085, two-for-one 
rule, heating or cooking apparatus; decided Mar. 18, 1944. [1944.] p. 305-311. 
([Opinion] 24381.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24381 

Hides. No. 28729, Schoen Brothoi-s, Inc., v. Erie Railroad Company (John A. 
Iladden and Robert E. Woodruff, trustees) et al.; decided Feb. 15, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 161-176. ([Opinion] 24363.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 24363 

Iron. No. 28951, M. N. Landay Company v. Pennsylvania Railroad Company; 
decided Mar. 14. 1944. [1944.] p. 287-290. ([Opinion] 24377.) [From v. 
258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24377 

Leather. Investigation and suspension docket no. 5262, leather from Michigan 
to Wisconsin and Illinois ; decided Mar. 8, 1944. [1944.] p. 283-286. ([Opin- 
ion] 24376.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24376 

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ivestock. Investigation and suspension docket no. 4779, livestock to and 
South ; decided Mar. 7, 1944. [1944.] p. 265-210. ([Opinion] 24373.) [1 
V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 1 



Meat. Fourth section application no. 19424, fresh meats from central and ad- 
jacent territory to the East; decided Mar. 23, 1944. [1944.] p. 299-304. 
([Opinion] 24380.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24380 

Paper. Fourth section application no. 19788. wrapping paper to Texas ; decided 
Mar. 16, 1944. [1944.] p. 261-264. ([Opinion] 24372.) [From v. 258.] 
•Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24372 

Petroleum. No. 28760. Midland Cooperative Wholesale v. Abilene & Southern 
Railwav Companv et al.; decided Feb. 24, 1944. [1944.] p. 75-1 OS. ([Opin- 
ion] 24360.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 10c. IC l.G/la : 24360 

No. 28789, Minnelusa Oil Corporation et al. v. Continental Pipe Line Com- 
pany et al.: decided Feb. 8, 1944. [1944.] p. 41-62. ([Opinion] 24357.) 
[From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24357 

Petroleum products. No. 28779, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation v. Louisi- 
ana & Arkansas Railway Company, [decided Jan. 29, 1944]. [1944.] [1] + 
4-6 p. ([Opinion] 24350.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24350 

Sand. No. 28956, American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation v. Atchi- 
son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railwav Company et a!. ; decided Feb. 26, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 71-74. ([Opinion] 24359.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 24359 

Steel. No. 28873, Andrews Hardware & Metal Company v. Calmar Steamship 
Corporation et al. ; decided Feb. 26, 1944. [1944.] p. 293-298. ([Opinion] 
24379.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24379 

Decisions {Valuation) 

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

Phillips Petroleum Co. Valuation docket no. 1271, Phillips Petroleum Company, 
Gasoline Pipe Line Department ; [decided Mar. 10, 1944.] [1944.] [l]-f526- 
541 p. (B-1013.) [From Valuation reports, v. 49.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 val.9/a : B-1013 

Valvoline Oil Co. Valuation docket no. 1270, Valvoline Oil Company, Pipe Line 
Department; [decided Oct. 29, 1943.] [1944.] [1] +498-525 p. (B-1012.) 
[From Valuation reports, v. 49.] * Paper, 10c. IC 1 val.9/a : B-1012 

Decisions {Water carrier) 

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

Lendten. Raymond. No. W-65S. Raymond Lendteu contract carrier application; 
decided Mar. 17, 1944. [1944.] p. 189-192. (WC-200.) [From v. 260.] 
♦Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-200 

Lykes-Coastioise Line, Inc. No. W-6, Lykes-Coastwise Line, Inc., applications; 
decided Feb. 12, 1944. [1944.] p. 201-205. (WC-202.) [From v. 260.] 
♦Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-202 

McCarthy, T. J., Steamship Co. No. W-592, T. J. McCarthy Steamship Company 
common carrier application; decided Mar. 7, 1944. [1944.] p. 175-184. 
(WC-198.) [From v. 260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-198 

Pere Marquette Raihoay. No. W-887, Pere Marquette Railway Company com- 
mon carrier application; [decided Feb. 23, 1944]. [1944.] [1] +206-210 p. 
(WC-203.) [From v. 260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-203 

Waterman Toicing Co. No. W-574, Waterman Towing Company applications; 
decided Mar. 16, 1944. [1944.] p. 185-188. (WC-199.) [i^om v. 260.] 
• Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-199 

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JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Adam, Folger. In Court of Claims, no. 44230, Folger Adam v. United States: 
defendant's brief. [1944.] p 27-43. % J 1.80: Ad 13/2 

Same; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report and request for 

.special findings. [1944.] p. 13-18. t J 1.80: Ad 13 

Adkins Properties. No. 10964, in circuit court of appeals for 5tli circuit, Adkins 
Properties, Lola Armstrong, trustee, v. commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petition for review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+30 p. $ J 1.76 : Ad 53 

American Liberty Pipe Line Co. No. 10947, in circuit court of appeals for 5tli 
circuit, American Liberty Pipe Line Company i\ commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+32 p. t J 1.76 : Am 35 li/4 

American Tobacco Co. In Court of Claims, no. 43600, American Tobacco Com- 
pany V. United States; defendant's exceptions to report of commissioner. 
[1944.] p. 65-67. t J1.80:Am35to 

Anf/elus Milling Co. No. l-^G, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Angelus 
Milling Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
<if decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, iv4-46 p. 
t J 1.76 : An 43 

Armstrong, Mrs. Murphy 8. Nos. 280O-1, in circuit court of appeals for 10th 
circuit, Murphy Shannon Armstrong v. commissioner of internal revenue ; 
Gayle Geard Armstrong v. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Tax 
Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii +36 p. t J 1.76 :Ar 58/2 

Arundel Corporation. In Court of Claims, no. 45655, Arundel Corporation v. 
United States ; defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 99-119. t J 1.80 :Ar 84/4 

Bntterman, John J. No. 963, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
John J. Batterman v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+11 p. t J 1.78 :B 322 

Baur. Mrs. Emma ^f. No. S"r)5. in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, Mar- 
guerite E. Baur, alleged donee and transferee [of Emma M. Baur], v. com- 
missioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; 
brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, i+17 p. $ J 1.76 : B 329 

Billings, Arthur O. No. 215, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Arthur Goodwyn Billings r. Karl Truesdell, Army on writ of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 10th circuit; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover 
t i tie, ii -1-43 p. J J 1.78 : B 496/2 

Blount, Edward D. Brief and appendix for appellee, United States Court of 
Appeals, District of Columbia, Apr. term, 1944, no. 8705, Edward DeRoulhac 
P.luniit vs. Ray L. Huff, superintendent of District of Columbia Reformatory, 
appeal from District Court of United States for District of Columbia ; brief for 
appellee. [1944.] cover title, i+3-f [3]-f 23 p. $ J 1.77 : B 623 

Boston, Mass. In Court of Claims, no. 46089, city of Boston, for itself and in part 
for use and benefit of National Surety Corporation, and National Surety 
Corporation v. United States; defendant's counterclaim. [1944.] p. 37-40 $ 

J 1.80 : B 657 

Boyd, Cam C. No. 2914, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, Benjamin 
E. Cook, administrator of Cam C. Boyd, v. United States, appeal from district 
court for western district of Oklahoma; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title. 
i+15 p. t J 1.76 :B 692 

Broicm, Mrs. Myra C. No. 10948, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Myra 
C. Brown v. commissioner of Internal revenue, on petition for review of 
decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, il+22 p. t 

J 1.76 : B 814/2 

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820 Government Publications 

Capitol Greyhound Lines. No. 991, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Capilol (ircyliouiul Lines and Capilol Greyhoniid Lines of Indiana, Inc., 
V. National Labor Relations Board, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for the 6th circuit ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+21 p. t J 1.78: C 172 

Carter, A. L., lAtmber Co. No. 10979, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
A. L. Carter Lumber Company, Aubrey L. Carter and R. D. Randolph, individ- 
ually, trustees, doing business as A. L. Carter Lumber Company v. commissioner 
of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for 
respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+19 p. t J 1.7C : C 245 

Central States Electric Co. No. 1000. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Central States Electric Company v. Muscatine, Iowa, and Elmer E. 
Johnson, for himself and users of natural gas in Greenfield, Iowa, et al., on 
petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit ; brief 
for Federal Power Commission in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+18 p. t 

3 1.78 : C 333/3 

Cherokee Spiniting Co. No. 9270, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, 
Cherokee Spinning Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Processing Tax Board of Review ; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, iv+32 p. t J 1.76:0424/4 

Chicago, III. No. 8331, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, United States v. 
93,673 square feet of floor space, more or less, in Chicago, Cook County, 111., 
Clearing Industrial District, Inc., General Motors Corporation and Argonaut 
Realty Division ; General Motors Corporation v. United States, appeal from 
district court for northern district of Illinois, eastern division, Michael L. Igoe, 
presiding; brief for United States. [1943.] cover title, ii+32 p. $ 

J 1.76 : C 432 co 

Childs, Mrs. Anna D. No. 8590, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, commis- 
sioner of internal revenue v. estate of Anna D. Childs, James H. Childs [et al.], 
executors, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court; brief for petitioner. 
[1944.] cover title, iii+35+42a p. % J 1.76 :C 437 

Christianson, John E. No. 8534, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, Milnor 
N. Daflinrud, general guardian for John Edward Christianson, incompetent, v. 
United States, appeal from district court for western district of Wisconsin, 
Patrick T. Stone, district judge; brief of defendant-appellee. [1944.] cover 
title, i +8 p. % J 1.76:0 462 

Clayton, Charles M. Nos. 886-887, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Charles Milburn Clayton v. United States; Thomas Howard StuU v. 
[same], on petitions for writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 4th 
circuit; memorandum for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 
i+5 p. % J 1.78: 579 

CUnehmore Coal Mining Co. No. 9723, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, 
Clinchmore Coal Mining Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on peti- 
tion for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover 
title, iv+32 p. $ J 1.76 : O 615 

Coffman, Roscoe A. No. 939, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Roscoe A. Coffman v. Breeze Corporations, Inc.. and United States, appeal from 
district court for district of New Jersey ; motion of United States to aflBrm. 
[1944.] cover title, 12 p. t J 1.78 : 654 

Cold Metal Process Co. Civil no. 21910, in district court for northern district of 
Ohio, eastern division. United States v. Cold Metal Process Company and Abram 
P. Steckel ; plaintiff's brief opposing defendant's motion under rule 12 for hear- 
ing in advance of trial and for partial summary judgment for defendents, pur- 
suant to rule 56. [1944.] cover title, i+16 p. t J 1.75:0 673/4 

Commercial Union A-isurance Co., Ltd. Nos. — — , in circuit court of appeals for 
2d circuit. Commercial Union Assiu'ance Company, Ltd., v. commissioner of 
internal revenue, on petitions for review of decisions of Tax Court; brief for 
respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii +39 p. t J 1.76: 736/2 

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Cansumers Union of V. 8., Inc. Brief for appellee, United States Court of Ap- 
peals, District of Columbia, Apr. term, 1944, uo. 8704, Consumers Union of U. S., 
Inc., V. Frank J. Walker, Postmaster General, appeal from District Court of 
United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i+6 p. t 

J 1.77 : C 76G 

Country Garden Market, Inc. No. 945, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Country Garden Market, Inc., v. Chester Bowles, administrator, Office 
of Price Administration et al., on petition for writ of certiorari to United States 
Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; memorandum for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, i+8 p. t J 1-78 : C 832/2 

Court Holding Co. No. 10976 in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Court 
Holding Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+SS p. % 

J 1.76:0 835 

Cromer, Clarence. No. 990, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944 
[1943], Clarence Cromer v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; brief for United 
States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+13 p. % J 1.78 :C 88 

Doll, Francis. No. 12773, in circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit, Francis Doll v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax 
Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+15 p. $ J 1.76: D69 

Driscoll, George F., Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45455, George F. Driscoll Com- 
pany V. United States ; defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 65-82. t J 1.80 : D 833 

Eaton, Julian S. No. 10991, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Julian S. 
Eaton and Ethelynn W. Eaton v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decisions of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover 
title, ii+22 p. % J1.76:Ea84 

Emporium Capwell Co. No. 934, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Emporium Capwell Company v. Clifford C. Anglim, collector of internal 
revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th 
circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i-|-15 p. $ 

J 1.78 : Em 75 

Engleiy Electric Co., Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 46106, Engleby Electric Com- 
pany, Inc., V. United States; demurrer [and] brief in support of demurrer. 
[1944.] p. &-15. t Jl.S0:En35 

Eury, Harry B. Brief for appellee. United States Court of Appeals for District 
of Columbia, Apr. term, 1944, no. 8672, Harry B. Eury v. Ray L. Huff, general 
superintendent, D. C. Reformatory, appeal from District Court of United States 
for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i-f3 p. t J1.77:Eu75 

Express Publishing Co. No. 10973, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
Express Publishing Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 
i+14 p. t J 1.76: Ex 77/5 

Fra7ikliti Peanut Co. No. 5238, in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, Franklin 
Peanut Company ly. commissioner of internal reveiuie, on petition for review of 
decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+59 p. t 

J 1.76 : F 854/2 

Gallagher Steak House, Inc. No. 1043, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Gallagher Steak House, Inc., v. Chester Bowles, administrator, 
Office of Price Administration, et al., on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 2d circuit; memorandum for respondent in opposition. 
[1944.] cover title, 4 p. $ J 1.78 :G 135 

Gay, Edward J., Planting d Mfg. Co., Ltd. No. 10905, in circuit court of appeals 
for 5th circuit, Edward J. Gay Planting & Mfg. Co., Ltd., v. coumiissioner of 
internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for 
respondent. [1944.] cover title, i-f20 p. t J 1.76 :G 25 



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Geldzahler, Max. No. 980, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Max Geklzahler v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for utb circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] 
cover title, i+10 p. t J 1.78:0 281 

Gtcse, Willis E. Brief for appellee, United States Court of Appeals, District of 
Columbia, no. 8702, Willis E. Giese v. United States, appeal from District Court 
of United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, 1+8 p. t 

J 1.77 : G 364 

Oillioz, M. E. In Court of Claims, no. 44869, M. E. Gillioz v. United States defend- 
ant's exceptions to commissioner's report. [1944.] p. 33-35. t J 1.80 :G 416 

Goldsmith, Clifford. No. 107241, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Clifford 
and Kathryn Goldsmith v. conmiissioner of internal revenue, on i)etitiou for 
review of decision of Tax Court; supplemental brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+13 p. t J 1.76 : G 573/2 

Good Luck Oil Co. No. 854, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Foy O. Wilemon and Amos E. Wilemon, doing business under trade name of 
Good Luck Oil Company, a partnership, v. Chester Bowles, administrator, 
Office of Price Administration, et al., ou petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 5th circuit; memorandum for respondent. [1944.] cover 
title, i+12 p. t J 1.78 : G 599 

Grant Parish, La. No. 10975, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit. United 
States V. 4,925 acres of land in Grant Parish, La., and W. A. Capps, et al., tract 
no. 1041, property of heirs of J. R. Shirley, et al., appeal from district court 
for western district of Louisiana, Alexandria division; brief for United States. 
[1944.] cover title, i+18 p. t J 1.76 :G 767/3 

Guthrie, A., & Co., Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 45424, A. Guthrie & Co., Inc., 
John Marsch, Inc., Mark C. Walker and Son Co. v. United States; defendant's 
brief. [1944.] p. 59-&4. t J 1.80 :G 984/2 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co. No. 975, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Hartford Fire Insurance Company v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d 
circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 1+6 p. t 

J 1.78 : H 253/5 

Eartoood-Nebel Construction Co. In Court of Claims, no. 44587, Harwood-Nebel 
Construction Company v. United States; defendant's exceptions to commis- 
sioner's supplementary report. [1944.] p. 181-186. + J 1.80 :H 266/2 

Her'bert, John W. No. 937, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
estate of John W. Herbert, Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, et al., 
executors, v>. commissioner of internal revenue, ou petition for writ of cer- 
tiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; brief for respondent in op- 
position. [1944.] cover title, ii+13 p. t J 1.78 :H 415 

Ilofheinwr, Reka G. No. 1008, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Reka Goldberg Hofheimer v. Ben Gold, as trustee of South State Street Build- 
ing Corporation, debtor, et al., on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court 
of appeals for the 7th circuit ; brief for Securities and Exchange Commission 
in opposition. [1944.] cover title, ii+18 p. t J 1.78 :H 676 

Hopkins, Ben F. No. 9566, in circuit court of appeals foe 6th circuit, Ben F. 
Hopkins v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, iv+27 p. t 

J 1.76 :H 774 

Bouse, H. G. Brief for United States, appellee and cross-appellant, in circuit 
court of appeals for 10th circuit, no. 2809, H. G. House v. United States, Leona 
Richard Fox, [et. al.] ; no. 2810, United States v. H. G. House, and H. G. House 
and li. L. Simpson, executors of Eastman Richard; no. 2814, H. G. House and 
R. L. Simpson, executors of Eastman Richard r. United Statt^, Leona Richard 
Fox, [et al.], appeals and cross-appeal from district court for eastern dis- 
trict of Oklahoma. [1914.] cover title, iv+81 p. t J 1.76 : H 816/2 

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Hygrade Food Productfi Corporation. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 
2d circuit, Hygrade Food Products Corporation v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, iii+40 p. t J 1.76 :H 996 

International Standard Electric Corporation. Nos. — , in circuit court of ap- 
peals for 2d circuit, International Standard Electric Corporation v. conmiis- 
sioner of internal revenue, on petitions for review of decisions of Tax Court; 
brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+26 p. I J 1.76: In 85/5 

Jacobs, Louis. No. 926, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
United States, ex rel. Louis Jacobs, v. John L. Bare, United States marshal 
for eastern district of Michigan, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for the 6th circuit ; brief for United States in opposition. 
[1944.] cover title, i+ 12 p. t J 1.78: J 153 

Johnstown Coal & Coke Company of New York, Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 
44330, Johnstown Coal & Coke Company of New York, Inc., v. United States; 
defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 21-28. + J 1.80: J 659/2 

Justice, Carl E. No. 10691, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, Carl E. 
Justice and Beatrice Justice v. United States, upon appeal from district court 
for western district of Washington, northern division ; brief for United States. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+17 p. I J 1.76: J 984 

Kaufmann Department Stores Securities Corporation. Nos. 8603 and 8604, in 
circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, Kaufmann Department Stores Securi- 
ties Corporation r. commissioner of internal revenue ; Kaufmann Department 
Stores. Inc.. v. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Tax Court: 
brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+30 p. t J 1.76 :K 162/6 

Kuss, Ernst. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4903, 
in matter of application of Ernst Kuss and Hans Hohn, zinc compounds; reply 
brief for appellants. [1944.] p. 2-16, 4° % J 1.79 :K 968 

Latcley, George, d Son Corporation. No. 908, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1943, George Lawley & Son Corporation v. Charles J. South, on 
petition for writ of certiorai to circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit; memo- 
randum on behalf of administrator of Wage and Hour Division, Department 
of Labor, as amicus curiae. [1944.] cover title, 11 p. t J 1.78 :L 425 

Ledyard, Lewis C, jr. No. 354, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, com- 
missioner of internal revenue v. United States Trust Company of New York, 
executor, Lewis Cass Ledyard, jr., on petition for review of decision of Tax 
Court; reply brief for commissioner. [1944.] cover title, ii-flS p. t 

J 1.76 :L 499/3 

Lite Manufacturing Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45498, Aleck Leitman, trading 
as Lite Manufacturing Company, v. United States; defendant's exceptions to 
commissioner's report and request for special findings of fact. [1944.] 
p. 47-52. t J 1.80 :L 712 

Lohrherg, William H., sr. Nos. 884-885, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, United States, ex rel. William Henry Lohrberg, sr., v. Claude O. 
Nicholson, warden [Federal Keforniatory, Petersburg, Va.], and Francis 
Biddle, Attorney General ; United States, ex rel. Ralph Falbo, sr., v. M. L. 
Kennedy, superintendent [Federal Reformatory, Mill Point, W. Va.], and 
Francis Biddle, Attorney General, on petitions for writs of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 4th circuit ; memorandum for respondents in opposi- 
tion. [1944.] cover title, i-J-6 p. t J 1.78 :L 833 

Louisville Property Co. Nos. 971-972, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, National Bank of Middlesboro and 11. C. Williams, successor as- 
signee in trust for benefit of creditors and stockholders of Louisville Property 
Company, intervener, v. United States; Louisville Property Company, H. C. 
Williams, assignee, v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petitions for 
writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit; brief for United 
States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i-f 16 p. t J 1.78 :L 93/6 

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lAickimj, William A. Nos. 459r)(>-9ri7, in Court of Claims, William Alfred Luck- 
iriR and Margaret Holmes Davis v. United States; defendant's demurrer and 
brief in support thereof. [1944.] cover title, iv +33-106 p, t J 1.80 :L 964 

Lumpkin, Mrs. S. W. C. No. 956, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
194.'i. Mrs. S. W. C. lAimpkin v. Wni. P. Iknvers, collector of internal revenue 
for South Carolina, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 4th circuit; brief for I'espondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+15 p. t J 1.78 :L 971 

Lynn, Winfred W. No. 941, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Ignited States ex rol. Winfred William Lynn v. Jolin W. Downer, commanding 
officer. Camp Upton, New York, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 2d circuit ; memorandum for respondent. [1944.] cover 
title, i+19 p. t J 1.78 :L 993 

McCloskey d Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45649, McCloskey and Company v. 
United States; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report and request 
for special findings of fact. [1944.] p. 41-53. t J 1.80 :M 132/9 

.McCutnhin Drilling Co. No. 1091S, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
McCutchin Drilling Company ;;. commissioner of intei'nal revenue, on i)etition for 
review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+2Sp. t J 1.76 : M 139/2 

Mason, Silas, Co., Inc. No. 44659, in Court of Claims, Silas Mason Company, 
Inc., Walsh Construction Company, Atkinson-Kier Company v. United States ; 
defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report and request for special find- 
ings of fact. [1944.] cover title, iv+47&-756 p. t J 1.80 : M 381/3 

Masspy. William B. No. 10927, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, William 
Benson Massey and Ruby Stahl Massey v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
and commissioner of internal revenue v. William Benson Massey and Ruby 
Stahl Massey; [same] v. Ruby Stahl Massey; [same] v. William Benson 
Massey, on i)etitlons for review of decisions of Board of Tax Appeals; brief 
for commissioner. 1944.] cover title, ii+37 p. t J 1.76 :M 383 

M<'ii(loui.<i, Sara. No. 5247, in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, Sara 
Meadows and Carlton .T. Taylor v. United States, appeal from district court 
for eastern district of North Carolina, New Bern ; brief for United States. 
[1944.] cover title, iii +36 p. t J 1.76 :M 461/3 

Miles Laboratories, Inc. No. 935, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Miles Laboratories, Inc., v. Federal Trade Commission, etc., et al., on 
petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for District 
of Columbia; brief for respondents in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+18 p. I J 1.78 :M 598 

Miller. Anthony P.. Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 45S21, Anthony P. Miller and 
Anthony P. Miller, Inc., v. United States; defendant's brief and argument. 
[1944.] p. 95-150. t J 1.80 :M 612/2 

Same; defendant's request for special findings of facts and exceptions to 

report of commissioner. [1944.] p. 25-32. % J 1.80 :M 612 

Missouri Pacific Railroad. No. 12826, civil, in circuit court of appeals foi- 8th 
circuit. United States v. Guy A. Thompson, trustee, Missouri Pacific Railroad 
Company, appeal from district court for western district of Missouri, central 
division; appellant's reply brief. [1944.] cover title, i+16 p. t 

J 1.76 : M 690/2 

Montgomery, P. O. Nos. 10911 and 10012, in circuit court of appeals for 5th cir- 
cuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. P. O'B. Montgomery ; [same] v. 
Frances H. Montgomery, on petitions for review of decisions of Tax Court; 
reply brief for petitioner. [1944.] cover title, i +12 p. t J 1.76 :M 767/4 

Moody, W. L., Cotton Co. No. 10925, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
W. L. Moody Cotton Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
fur rt'view of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover ti*^le, 
ii+39 p. t J 1.76 :M 776 

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National Homeopathic Hospital Association of District of Columbia. No. 8G88, 
United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, National Homeopathic 
Hospital Association of District of Columbia, and Aetna C'asualty and Surety 
Company v. Theodore Britton, deputy commissioner. District of Columbia Com- 
pensation District, U. S. Employees' Compensation ^'ommission, appeal from 
District Court of United States for District of Columbia ; brief of appellee. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+31 p. t J 1.77 : N 2131io 

Neely, Monroe D. Brief on behalf of appellee. United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, Apr. term, 1944, no 8649, Monroe D. Neely v. United States, 
appeal from District Court of United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] 
cover title, i+22 p. $ J 1.77 : N 293 

Nelson, George. No. 1010, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
George Nelson, Mrs. Agnes Nelson, and Mrs. Ollie Ilalpin v. United States, on 
petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit; brief 
for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+11 p. t 

J 1.78 : N 333/3 

New York State. No. 99G, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
State of New York and Saratoga Sprini^s Commission and Saratoga Springs 
Authority v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
api)eals for 2d circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover 
title, i+10 p. $ J 1.78 : N 42 yo/8 

O.iage Indians. Congressional no. 17763, in Court of Claims, Osage tribe of Indians 
-y. United States ; defendant's brief. [1944.] cover title, i +49^62 p. $ 

J 1.80 : Os 1/2 

Otisd Co. No. 993, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, Otis & Co. 
V. Securities and Exchange Commission and United Light and Power Company, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit ; 
memorandum for Securities and Exchange Commission. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+29p. t J1.7S:Ot4 

Pel feet Garment Co. No. 1044, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, United States vs. Herman Rosenwasser, an individual doing business under 
firm name and style of Perfect Garment Company, appeal from district court for 
southern district of California; statement as to jurisdiction. [1944.] cover 
title, 11 p. t J 1.78 :P 416 

Pcrsful, Rufe. In Court of Claims, no. 46086, Rufe Persful v. United States; 
denmrrer [and] defendant's memorandum brief in support of demurrer. [1944.] 
p. 9-10. % J 1.80 : P 43 

Pierce, Mrs. Katharine C. No. 19314, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
commissioner of internal revenue v. Katharine C. Pierce ; Katharine C. Pierce v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax 
Court; joint appendix. [1944.] cover title, i+52 p. 2 facsim. % 

J 1.76 :P 611/2 

Puget Smmd Power & Light Co. No. 10654, in circuit court of appeals for 9th 
circuit. United States v. Puget Sound Power and Light Company, appeal from 
district court for western district of Washington, northern division ; reply brief 
for United States. [1944.] cover title, ii+14 p. % J 1.70: I' 963/2 

Piiramid Moving Co. No. 1018, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Pyramid Moving Company v. United States and Interstate Connnerce 
Commission, appeal from district court for northern district of Ohio ; motion 
to affirm. [1944.] cover title, 8 p. t J1.7S:P99S 

Quintana Petroleum Co. No. 10898, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, 
Quintana Petroleum Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on jKitition 
for review of decision of Board of Tax Appeals; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii-f 22 p. t J 1.76 : Q 45 

Raythcan Production Corporation. No. 3956, in circuit court of appeals for 1st 
circuit, Raytheon Production Corporation v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
on petition for review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+30 p. large 8" J J 1.76 : R 219 

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Rcisinger, Curt II. Nos. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Curt H. 
Kcisinger v. comiuissiouer of iuternal revenue; Walter Reisinger v. [same], on 
petitions for review of decisions of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, 1+22 p. t J 1.76 : R 277/2 

Roanoke Iron Works, Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 44178, Roanoke Iron Works, 
Inc., V. United States; defendant's exceptions to findings of fact and report of 
commissioner and request for special findings of fact. [1944.] p. 11-12. t 

J 1.80 : R 531 

Rohcrts, Mrs. Dora. No. 10934, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Dora 
Roberts v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+22 p. t 

J 1.76 : R 541 

Ross Engineering Co., Inc. In Court of Claims, no. 45198, Ross Engineering Com- 
pany, Inc. V. United States ; defendant's exceptions to commissioner's report, 
and request for amended findings. [1W4.] p. 35-73. % J 1.80 :R 733/4 

Sala, Laura, countess. No. 148, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, countess 
Laura Sala v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of 
decision of Board of Tax Appeals ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 
i+23p. t J1.76:Sa31 

Schwartz, Mrs. Marie E. No. 995, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, Marie E. Schwartz v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, i +10 p. % J1.78:Sch95 

Seatrain Lines, Inc. No. 845, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
United States, Interstate Commerce Commission, Seatrain Lines, Inc., et al., v. 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, et al., appeal from district court for district 
of New Jersey ; return to rule to show cause. [1944.] cover title, i+23 p. $ 

J 1.78 : Se 18/3 

Shoshone Indians. No. 915, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Northwestern bands of Shoshone Indians v. United States, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to Court of Claims; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] 
cover title, i+21 p. $ J 1.78 : N 819/6 

Simon, B., Hardware Co. Brief for appellants, United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, no. 8777, Donald M. Nelson, chairman, War Production 
Board, J. A. Krug, program vice-chairman thereof, William J. Logan, director 
of Distribution Bureau thereof et al., v. B. Simon Hardware Company, a corpo- 
ration, and B. Simon Hardware Company, a partnership, appeal from judgment 
of United States District Court for District of Columbia. [1J>14.] cover title, 
ii+25 p. % J 1.77: Si 53 

Staked Plains Trust, Ltd. No. 109S0, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit. 
Staked Plains Trust, Ltd., v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 
i-f 27 p. t J 1.76 : St 15 

Standard Fruit d Steamship Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45267, Standard Fruit 
and Steamship Company v. United States; request for special findings of fact 
and exceptions to report of commissioner. [1944.] p. 49-60. J 

J 1.80? St 24/10 

Standard Knitting Mills, Inc. No. 960, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Standard Knitting Mills, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit coiu't of appeals for 6th circuit ; brief 
for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+19 p. t 

J 1.78 : St 2i/10 

Standard' Rice Co., Inc. No. 944, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, United States, v. Standard Rice Company, Inc.; petition for writ of 
certiorari to Court of Claims. [1944.] cover title, i-f 10 p. t J 1.7S: St 24/9 

Tigertail Quarries, Inc. No. 10970, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit. Tiger- 
tail Quarries, Inc. v. United States, appeal from district court for southern dis- 
trict of Florida ; brief for United States. [1944.] cover title, ii+34 p. % 

J 1.76 :T 448 

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United States Alkali Export Associatiofi, Inc. Civil no. 24-404, in district court 
for southern district of New York, United States v. United States Alkali Export 
Association, Inc., et al. ; brief of United States in opposition to defendants' brief 
in support of motion to dismiss. [1944.] cover title, ii+70 p. J 

J 1.75 : Uu 35/5 

United! States d Foreign Securities Corporation. No. S637, in circuit court of 
appeals for 3d circuit, commissioner of internal revenue v. United States & 
Foreign Secui'ities Corporation, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; 
brief for petitioner. [1944.] cover title, iii +60 p. t J 1.76 :Un 35/6 

Transcript of record, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, no. 8637, 

commissioner of internal revenue vs. United States & Foreign Securities Corpo- 
ration, on petition to review decision of Tax Court; appendix to respondent's 
brief. [1944.] cover title, i+81 p. il. 3 p. of pi. t J 1.76: Un 35/5 

United States Gypsum Co. Joint appendix. United States Court of Appeals, Dis- 
trict of Columbia, no. 8695, National War Labpr Board et al. v. United States 
Gypsum Company, appeal from District Court of United States for District of 
Columbia. [1944.] cover title, 1+96 p. t J1.77:Un35 

United States Sugar Corporation. No. 10937, In circuit court of appeals for 5th 
circuit. United States Sugar Corporation ii. commissioner of internal revenue, 
on i)etition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+29 p. $ J 1.76 : Un 35/7 

Wallace Corporation. Nos. 9-27-928, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
terra, 1943, AVallace Corporation v. National Labor Relations Board ; Richwood 
Clothespin & Dish Workers' Union v. [same], on petitions for writs of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit; brief for National Labor Relations 
Board in opposition. [1944.] cover title, ii+25 p. $ J 1.7S : W 155/3 

Wartier's Renou-ned Remedies Co. No. 966, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1943, Warner's Renowned Remedies Company v. Federal Trade Com- 
mission, on petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for 
District of Columbia ; brief for Fedex'al Trade Commission in opposition. 
[1944.] cover title, i+7 p. $ J 1.78 :W 248/3 

Welsbacli Engineering d Management Corporation. No. 923, in Supreme Court of 
United States, Oct. term, 1943, Welsbacli Engineering and Management Cor- 
poration V. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. 
[1944.] cover title, i+11 p. % J 1.78 :W 464 

Wemyss, William H. No. 9724, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, William 
H. Wemyss f. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of 
decision of Tax Court; brief for re.spondent. [1944.] cover title, iv+33 p. % 

J 1.76 : W 479 

We.<itern Union Telegraph Co. No. 933, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Western Union Telegraph Company v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for wi'it of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d 
circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+10 p. $ 

J 1.78 : W 525/7 

Wiegand, Edwin L., Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45664, Edwin L. Wiegand Com- 
pany V. United States ; brief for United States. [1944.] p. 37-66. % 

J l.SO : W 635 

Williams, Fannie E. No. 770, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Fannie E. Williams v. United States, on petition for rehearing; memorandum 
for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+14 p. t 

J 1.78 :W 671/2 

Winkler, Eli. No. 334, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Eli and Selma 
Winkler, husband and wife, v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 
iii +25 p. t J 1.76 :W 729 

Wisotskey, H. A. No. 8599, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, H. A. 
Wisotzkey v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of de- 
cision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+29 p. % 

J 1.76 : W 762 

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828 Government Publications 

Woodbury Grnnite Co. In Court of Claims no. 44:^86, Woodbury Granite Company 
V. United States; defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 17-80. t Jl.SOrWSHL' 

Worslunn liros. No. 44070, in Court of Claims, Earl S. Worsham, trading as 
Worshani Brothers, v. United States; defendant's brief. [1944.] cover title, 
1+195-225 p. J J 1.80 : W 898/4 

Ylnffdn, Annxttisio A. No. 940, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1948, Anastasio A. Ylagau v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari 
to Court of Claims; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 
i+6 p. t J 1.78 :Y (59 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

Labor information bnlleiin. Labor information bulletin, May 1944; [v. 11, no. 5]. 
[1944.1 8 p. 4" [Monthly.]' * Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign 
subscription. .$1.15. •Item 763 
I.. C. card L 34-114 L 1.15 : 11/5 

Same, June 1944; [v. 11, no. 6]. [1944.] 8 p. 4° [Monthly.] • Item 763 

L 1.15:11/6 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

ChUd care. Cleveland's progi-am of community service for care of children of 
working mothers; by Henry L. Zucker. [1944.] [2] +6 p. 4" [From The 
child, May 1944.] t L 5.35/a : C 437/21 

Children. The child, v. 8, no. 12; June 1944. [1944.] [2]-179-192p. 4° 
[Monthly.] * Paper. 5c, single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. 

• Item 744 

L. C. card L 3&-94 L 5.35 : 8/12 

Our concern, every child. State and community planning for wartime and 

post-war security of children: by Emma O. Lundberg. [1944] [2]+ii+84p. 
(Bureau publication 303.) * Paper, 15c. • Item 747 

L. C. card L 44-91 L 5.20 : 303 

Community health and welfare expenditures in wartime, 1942 and 1940, 30 
urban areas; by Edward E. Scliwartz and Eloise R. Sherman. 1944. iv+70 p. 
il. 4° (Bureau publication 302.) [Includes list of reference material used in 
the report.] * Paper, 20c. • Item 747 
L. C. card L 44-90 L 5.20 : 302 

Rheumatic heart disease. If child has heart disease or rheumatic fever ; by Betty 
Huse. [1944.] 2 p. 4° [From The child, May 1944, v. 8.] .t L 5.35/a : H 351 

LABOR STANDARDS DIVISION 

Human factor in maximum production, services of Division of Labor Standards. 
[IMav 1944.] [8] p. il. narrow 8° ( Special bulletin 16. ) * Paper, .5c. •Item 
757 L 16.13 : 16 

Industrial hygiene. Protecting plant manpower through control of air contami- 
nants. [1944.] iv+28 p. (Special bulletin 14.) [Revision of Special bulle- 
tin 3.] * Paper, 10c. •Item 757 
L.C. card L 44-102 L 16.13: 14 

Le(7is7aYn-e report 5 ; May 8, 1944. [1944.] p. 49-00, 4° [Biweekly. Processed 
Final issue for 1944. ] t L 16.12 : 944/5 

Publications of Division of Labor Standards (topical list). Mar. 1, 1944. 6 p. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t L 16.17 : P 96/2/944 

Safety sub.iects. [1944.] cover title, ii-fl52 p. (Bulletin 67.) * Paper, 20c. 

• Item 753 

L. C. card L 44-103 L 16.3 : 67 

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LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU 



Accidents. Causes of ci'ane accidents in shipyards; [prepared by Frank S. Mc- 
Elroy and Arthur L. Svenson]. [1944.] 3 p. (Serial no. R. 1630.) [From 
Monthly labor review, Mar. 1944.] t L 2.6/a : Sh 64/18 

Bank employees. Earnings of bank employees, spring and summer of 1943; 
prepared by [Harold R. Hosea] Division of Wage Analysis. 1944. ii+12 p. 
(Bulletin 774.) [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1944, with additional data.] 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-98 L 2.3 : 774 



Same. (H. doc. 547, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

3 p. 



(Serial no. R. 1651.) [From 
L 2.6/a : B 868/11 

6 p. 



(H. doc. 550, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
Post-war capacity and characteristics of construction industry ; 



Building construction in 1943. [1944.] 
Monthly labor review. May 1944.] t 

Canada. Canadian wartime labor relations regulations, 1944. [1944.] 
(Serial no. R. 1643.) [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1944.] t 

L 2.6/a : L 113/50 

Collective Mrqainincj. Extent of collective bargaining and union status, Jan. 
1944. [1944.] ii+9 p. il. (Bulletin 776.) [From Monthly labor review, 
Apr. 1944.] * Paper, 5e. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-99 L 2.3 : 776 

Same. 

Construction. 

prepared by [Alexander C. Findlay], Division of Construction and Public Em- 
ployment. 1944. iv-)-2S p. (Bulletin 779.) [From Monthly labor review, 
May 1944, with additional data.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-100 L 2.3 : 779 

Same. (H. doc. 573, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Court decisions. Recent decisions of interest to labor ; [prepared in Office of 
Solicitor, Department of Labor.] [1944.] 5 p. (Serial no. R. 1637.) [From 
Monthly labor review, May 1944.] t L 2.6/a 8 : 944/3 

Dallas County, Tex. Statistical summary of Dallas-Fort Worth area, Dallas 
and Tarrant Counties, Tex., statistical data on war and pre-war employment 
and industry for use by local groups formulating plans for post-war period ; 
[prepared by Elizabetli Cliild.] Jan. 1944. cover title, iv+16 p. 4 pi. map, 4° 
(Industrial area statistical summary 8.) [Processed. Manuscript correction 
on p. 1.] t L 2.18: 8 

Employment. Employment and pay rolls, detailed reports, Jan. 1944. Mar. 11, 
1944. 20 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 23-234 L 2.9 : 944/1 

Note. — In the interest of economy during the war, the monthly publication of this 
pamphlet in printed form was discontinued with the issue for Dec 1941. The issues 
for 1942 were in press release form only. Publication was resumed in processed form 
with the Jan. 1943 issue. The material for 1942 and 1943 was not entered in the Monthly 
catalog. 

Same, Feb. 1944. Apr. 12. 1944. 27 p. 4" [Monthlv. Processed.] t 

L 2.9 ; 944/2 

— — Same, Mar. 1944. May 11, 1944. 20 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L 2.9 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. June 9, 1944. 20 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L 2.9 : 944/4 

State, cotuity, and municipal survey, government employment and pay rolls, 

1929-38. [1944.] large 8" (SCM-89, SCM-114, abridged, to SCM-117. 
abridged.) [Processed. Construction and Public Employment Division in 
cooperation with Work Projects Administration.] t L 2.13 : 89, 114-1 17 

89. State of Pennsylvania. [2]-f 12 p. 

114. State of Minnesota. [2]-|-5 p. 

115. State of Virginia. [2] +7 p. 
no. State of Mississippi. [2]-f 5 p. 
117. State of Alabama. [2] +6 p. 



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830 Government Publications 

Fluorspar. Wages in mining and milling of fluorspar, Sept. 1943; [prepared by 
EdUh M. Olsen]. [1944.] 6 p. (Serial no. R. 1633.) [From Monthly labor 
review, Mar. 1944.] t 
L. C. card L 44-!»2 L 2.6/a : F 673/2/943 

Great Britain. Hours and earnings in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 

July 1943. [1W4.] 5 p. (Serial no. R. 1649.) [From Monthly labor review, 
May 1944.] t 

L. C. card h 44-104 L 2.6/a : H 816/8 

Uoitrn of irork in manufacturing, 1914—43; [prepared by Helen Wood]. 1944. 
[1]+18 p. (Serial no. R. l()3rj.) [Prepared in cooperation with Employment 
Statistics Division. Froju Monthly labor review, Apr. 1944.] t 
L. C. card L 44-93 L 2.6/a : M 319/19/914-43 

Titstallment hui/ing. Installment buying bv city consumers in 1941; by Reavis 
Cox. [1944.] [2] +22 p. 11. (Bulletin 773.) [Includes Selected list of BLS 
publications on costs, standards, and planes of living. From Monthly labor 
review, June 1944, with additional data.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 
L. C. card L 44-97 L 2.3: 773 

Same. (H. doc. 546, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Latin America. Labor conditions in Latin America, Latin American series 17. 
[1944.] ii+16 p. (Serial no. R. 1638.) [ArUcles reprinted from Monthly 
labor review, Jan.-Mar. 1944.] t 
L. C. card L 41-126 L 2.6/a 7 : 17 

McLennayi County, Tex. Impact of the war on Waco-McGregor area, McLennan 
County, Tex., working notebook for use by local groups studying recent economic 
developments an(J formulating plans for post-war period ; [prepared by John P. 
Wymer]. Jan. 1944. cover title, iv+49 p. 6 pi. 2 maps, 4° (Industrial area 
study 14.) [Processed.] t L 2.16: 14 

Mines and mining. Productivity and imit labor cost in selected mining indus- 
tries, 1935-43. May 1944. 9 p. 4° [Processed.] t L 2.19 : M 66/935-43 

Monthly lriJ)or review, June 1944, v. 58, no. 6; [Hugh S. Hanna, editor]. [1944.] 
cover title, iv+1131-13.")6 p. il. [Certain articles are reprinted from the Monthly 
labor review and listed in the Monthly catalog as they are issued.] * Paper, 
30c. single copy, $3.50 a vr. ; foreign .subscription, $4.75. • Item 7(>4 
L. C. card 15-26485 L 2.6: 58/6 

Note. — The Monthly labor review is the medium through which the Bureau publishes 
its regular monthly reports on such subjects as trend of employment and pay rolls, 
hourly and weekly earnings, weekly working hours, industrial disputes, labor turn-over, 
wholesale and retail prices, changes in cost of living, and building construction, a.s well 
as information on collective agreements, indu'lrial t'ccidpnts, labor legislation and court 
decisions and important labor developments in other countries. Under the present war 
economy regulations, free subscriptions are limited to those requiring it for official pur- 
poses. 'Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office, Washington 2.5, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Netherlands Indies. Labor conditions in Netherlands Indies; [prepared by 

Margaret H. Schoenfeld and M. Mead Smith]. 1944. [l]-f21 p. (Serial no. 
R. 1646.) [From Monthly labor review. May 1944.] f 

L. C. card L 44-94 L 2.6/a : L 113/51 

Petroleum. Earnings in southwestern petroleum industry, Apr. 1943; prepared 
in Division of Wage Analysis [by Joe E. Brown and C. Wilson Randle]. 1944. 
ii+29 p. il. (Bulletin 762.) [From Monthly labor review, Jan. and Feb. 
1944.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-96 L 2.3 : 762 

Same. (H. doc. 884, 78tli Cong. 2d sess.) 

Effect of draft of men under 26 on petroleum industry, [prepared by 

George E. Sadler]. [1944.] 5 p. (Serial no. R. 1647.) [From Monthly labor 
review, May 1944.] t L 2.6/a : P 448/5 

Providence County, R. I. Statistical sunmiary of Providence area, Providence 
County, R. I., statistical data on war and pre-war employment and industry 
for use by local groups formulating plans for ix)st-war period; [prepared by 
Beth H. Fiske and Bettina Conant]. Jan.1944. cover title, iii+13 p. 4 pi. 4° 
XIndustrial area statistical sununary 13.) [Processed.] t L 2.18: 13 

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JULY 1944 831 

Shipbuilding. Employment in shipbuilding industry, 1935-43; [prepared by Ed- 
ward M. Gordon]. [1944.] 19 p. (Serial no. R. 164S.) [From Monthly labor 
review, May 1944.] t 
L. C. card L 44-95 L 2.6/a : Sh 64/19/935-43 

Wage Analysifi Division. Recent publications of Division of Wage Analysis, pre- 
pared Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2]+llp. 4° [Processed.] t L 2.2 : W 12/5/944 
Note. — Tlio publications listed herein embrace all the wage reports by the Bureau's 
Division of Wage Analysis for periods from Jan. 1941 to date. 

Wages. Legal provisions on collection of unpaid wages; [prepared by Alfred 
Acee]. [1944.] 6 p. (Serial no. R. 1650.) [From Monthly labor review, May 
1944.] t 
L. C. card L 44-105 L 2.6/a : W 124/89 

SOLICITOR 

Borella, Joseph. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, Joseph Borella 
et al. V. Borden Company, appeal from district court for southern district of New 
York ; brief for administrator of Wage and Hour Division as amicus curiae. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+18 p. I L21.7:B&44 

Colheck, John N. No. 8665, in Supreme Court of South Dakota, John N. Colbeck 
V. Dairyland Creamery Company, appeal from circuit court for Minnehaha 
County, S. Dak., John T. Medin, presiding judge; brief for administrator of 
Wage and Hour Division as amicus curiae. [1944.] cover title, iv4-54 p. 
large 8° t L 21.7:0 671 

Oulf States Taper Corporation. No. 10687, in circuit court of appeals for 5th 
circuit, L. Metcalfe Walling, administrator of Wage and Hour Division, v. Gulf 
States Paper Corporation, appeal from district court for northern district of 
Alabama, western division, John McDutEe, judge; brief on behalf of adminis- 
trator of Wage and Hour Division. [1944.] cover title, 11+44 p. t 

L 21.7 : G 951/2 

Malee, Courtney M. In Court of Appeals, State of New York, Courtney M. Mabee 
[et al.] V. White Plains Publishing Company, Inc.; brief on behalf of ad- 
ministrator of Wage and Hour Division, as amicus curiae. [1944.] 30 p. 4° t 

L 21.7 : M 113/2 

Youngerman-Reynolds Hardwood Co., Inc. Transcript of record, in circuit court 
of appeals for 5th circuit, no. 10974, L. Metcalfe Walling, administrator of 
Wage and Hour Division, vs. Yovnigerman-Reynolds Hardwood Co., Inc., appeal 
from district court for middle district of Alabama. [1944.] cover title, 
i-f 124 p. + L21.7:Y88 

WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIVISIONS 

Government contracts. Walsh-Healy public contracts act (Public no. 846, 74th 
Congress, approved June 30, 1936, 49 Stat. 2036, U. S. C, title 41, sees. 35-45) ; 
supplement to Rulings and interpretations, no. 2. Jan. 24, 1944. 
[l]+vi+20p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 43-224 L 18.7 : 2/supp. 

Note. — This reprint Is classed with the original publication so that they may be 
filed together. 

Posters. Bakery, beverage, and miscellaneous food industries wage order [on 
and after Mar. 20, 1944 ; all lettered poster.] [1944.] 14X 10 in. t L 22.8 : B 17 

— — ■ United States Government contract notice to employees, this firm is en- 
gaged on Government contract subject to provisions of Walsh-Healey public 
contracts act and has agreed to comply with provisions of act ; [all lettered 
poster]. Revised Mar. 1944. [1944.] 25X15.9 in. f L 22.8 : C 76/944 

WOMEN'S BUREAU 

Foundries. Women's employment in foundries, 1943 ; by Frances E. P. Harnish. 
1944. iii-f28 p. (Bulletin 192-7.) •Paper, 10c. • Item 777 
L. C. card L 44-101 L 13.3 : 192-7 

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832 Government Publications 

Lahor statuhirdfi. Suggested standards for union contract provisions affecting 
women. [Mar. 1944.] 4 p. [Includes list of publications of Women's Bureau 
setting forth standards recommended for employed women.] t • Item 779 

L 13.2 : W 89/3 

Fuhlications relating to women in war industries. [Apr. 1944.] [4] p. 12° 
[Processed.] t L 13.2 : P 96/3 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Aequisitions. Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, Jan.-Mar. 1944; v. 1, 
no. 3, 1944. 99 p. [Supplement to Annual report of librarian of Congress.] 
t • Item 782 
L. C. card 44-40782 LC 1.17 : 1/3 

Appropriations. Supplemental estimate, Library of Congress, fiscal year 1945 
[for books for adult blind, including sound reproduction records known as 
talking books, and for maintenance and replacement of Government-owned 
talking book machines]. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. doc. 
205, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT 

State publications. Monthly checklist of State publications, v. 35, no. 3; Mar. 
1944. [1944.] [2] +93-135 p. 4" * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $2.25. • Item 804 
L. C. card 10-8924 LC 27.7 : 35/3 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

Copyright. Catalog of copyright entries, new series. 1944. 
L. C. card 6-35347 

Note. — Issued in 4 parts : pt. 1, group 1, pt. 1, group 2, and pt, 1, group 3, pt, 2, pt. 3 
and pt. 4. 

Subscriptions for the Catalog of copyright entries should be made to the Superintend- 
ent of Documents, Washington, D. C, instead of the Register of Copyrights. Prices 
are as follows: Paper, $10.00 a yr. (4 pts. unbound), foreign subscription, $13.00; 
pt. 1, groups 1 and 2, and pt. 3, eacli $3.00 a yr., foreign subscription, each $3.75 ; 
pt. 1, group 3, pt. 2, and pt. 4 each $2.00 a yr., foreign subscriptions, 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. 1, group 1. Books, including list of renewals, v. 41, no. 1. iii+1-22 p. [Monthly.] 
• Item 794 LC 3.6/1 : 41/1-1 

Same, v. 41, no. 2. iii-f 23-39p. [Monthly.] • Item 794 

LC 3.6/1 : 41/1-2 

pt. 1, group 2. Pamphlets, leaflets, contributions to newspapers or periodicals, etc., 

lectures, sermons, addresses for oral delivery, maps, v. 41, no. 2. 

iii-f- 57-107 p : [Monthly.] • Item 794 LC 3.6/1 : 41/2-2 

pt. 1, group 3. Dramatic compositions, motion pictures, including list of renewals, 

V. 17, no. 2. iii + 13-26 p. [Monthly.] • Item 796 

LC 3.6/1 : 17/3-2 
pt. 3. Musical compositions, including list of renewals, v. 39, no. 1. 

iv-f-1-95 p. [Monthly.] • Item 798 LC 3.6/3 : 39/1 

pt. 4. Works of art, reproductions of a work of art, drawings or plastic works 

of a scientific or technical character, photographs, prints and 
pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise, including list of renewals, v. 39, no. 2. iii+27— 48 p. 
[Monthly.] • Item 799 LC 3.6/4 : 39/2 

MARITIME COMMISSION 

Employees suggestion system, administrative order to all employees of Maritime 
Commission and War Shipping Administration. [1944.] [6] p. narrow 8° 
[Seals of both Maritime Commission and War Shipping Administration appear 
on p. 1.] t • Item 824 MC 1.6: Em 7 

Victory fleet. Victory fleet, digest of production news with suggestion bulletins, 
June 4-26, 1944 ; V. 2, no. 49-52. [1944.] Each 4 p. il. 4° [Weekly. Processed. 
Number 50 Is accompanied by an excerpt from New York times, June. 10, 1944, 
1 p. f°, entitled Heroes.] f (limited distribution). MC 1.24 : 2/4^52 

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July 1944 833 

Victory fleet — Continued. 

Same, index, V. 2, July 5, 1943-June 26, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] 

t (limited distribution) . MC 1.24 : 2/1-52/ind. 

Welding instructions for use by welding supervisors, leaderman, etc., of all crafts 
concerned with shipyard welding. 3d edition, revised Apr. 1944. 1944. vi4-46 
p. il. * Paper, 10c. • Item 824 
L. C. card 44-41145 MC 1.6 : W 45/944 

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

'Nozzles. Comparative results of tests on several types of nozzles [with list of 
references], by M. S. Kisenko; [translation by S. Reiss from Report 478 of] 
Central Aero-Hydrodynamical Institute [Moscow, 1940]. Washington, June 
1944. cover title, 33 leaves, 11 p. of pi. 4° (Technical memorandum 1066.) 
[ Processed. ] t Y 3.N 21/5 : 8/1066 

Piston ritigs. Researches on piston ring [with list of references], by Keikiti 
Ebihara ; [from 31st rep. of Okochi Res. Lab.] Scientific papers of Institute of 
Physical and Chemical Research [Tokyo], v. 10, no. 182, Feb. 25, 1929. Wash- 
ington, Feb. 1944. cover title, l-36a +37-60 p. il. 27 pi. 4" (Technical mem- 
orandums 1057. ) [Processed.] t Y 3.N 21/5 : 8/1057 

NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

Accessions. National Archives accessions, Jan. l-Mar. 31, 1944, no. 17 ; accessions 
1500-45. [1944.] 7 p. [Quarterly. Processed. Supplements Guide to mate- 
rial in National Archives, 1940.] t 
L. C. card 40-28989 AE 1.7 : 17 

FEDERAL REGISTER DIVISION 

Note. — The archivist of the United States acting through this division established by 
him under the provisions of the Federal register act (49 Stat. 500. as amended ; 44 U. S. C, 
and supp. 301 et seq.), is charged with the custody and, together with the Public Printer, 
with the prompt and uniform printing and distribution of the documents required or 
authorized to be published under sec. 5 of this act. Such documents required or authorized 
to be so published are printed and distributed forthwith by the Government Printing Office 
in a serial publication designated the Federal register. The daily issues of the Federal 
register are. in effect daily supplements to the Code of Federal regulations, and regulatory 
documents published therein follow the Code arrangement. 

Code of Federal regulations. Cumulative supplement to Code of Federal regula- 
tions of United States, containing codification of documents of general appli- 
cability and legal effect issued by Federal agencies and filed with Division of 
Federal Register during the period June 2, 1938-June 1. 1943, including Presi- 
dential Proclamations, Executive orders, and other Presidential documents in 
full text, with ancillaries and index: [book 5, pt. 1] ; Title 26, chap. 1 (pts. 
2-178). 1^4. x+ 5873-7243 p. * Cloth, $3.00. • Item 886 
L. C. card 39^29399 AE 2.10 : 938-43/bk.5, pt.l 

Note. — This supplement should be used not only in conjunction with the 1st edition 
of the Code of Federal regulations, but also in conjunction with supplements issued 
subsequent to June 1, 1943, and with the daily issues of the Federal register. 

Same : [book 5. pt. 2] ; Title 26, chap. 1 (pts. 179-472) , chap. 2 and 3, Title 27. 

1944. x-f 7245-8466a p. il. * Cloth, $3.00. • Item S3fi 

AE 2.10 : 938-43/bk. 5, pt. 2 

Note. — This supplement should be used not only in conjunction with the 1st edition of 
the Code of Federal regulations, but also in conjunction with supplements issued subse- 
quent to June 1, 1943, and with the daily issues of the Federal register. 

Federal register. Federal register, v. 9, no. 10{>-130; June 1-30, 1944. [1944.] 
p. 594.5-7289, 4° [Daily except Sunday, Monday, and day following a legal 
holidav.] 

L. C. card 3&-26246 . AE 2.7 : 9/109-130 

NOTK. — The Federal register publishes (1) all Presidential Proclamations; and all Ex- 
ecutive orders, except such as have no general apidicability or legal effect or are effective 
only against FedVral agencies or persons in their capacity as officers, agents or em- 
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Federal register — Continued. 

civil service rules, niul all Executive orders containlnK a direction for publication thereof ; 
('>) such documents or classes of documents as the President shall determine from time 
to time have general applicaljility and lei.'al effect : and (3) such documents or classes 
of documents as niav l)e required so to be published by act of the Congress. From 
Mar 14, 1936, throu/ih June 30, 1944, one hundred and ninety six (190) agencies have 
submitted documents for publication in the Federal register. Suitable indexes are issued 
monthly, quarterly, and annually. The liound volumes of the Federal refcister were dis- 
continued on June 3. 1938, and have been replaced by the annual supplements to the 
Code of Federal rcRulations. .^ ^ „ , 

The Federal register is sold by the Superintendent of Documents on the following 
terms : Slnjrle copy, IHc, minimum (price varies in proportion to size) ; $1.50 per month ; 
$15 00 per year. Subscriptions are payal)le in advance. Send remittances to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

Same, v. 9, nos. 87-108, index, May 11)44. [1944.] 28 p. 4° 

AE 2.7 : 9/87-108/ind. 

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 

Housing. Abstracts of selected material on postwar housing and urban develop- 
ment, group 6, May 1944. [1944.] [2]-|-22 p. 4° [Processed. Some of these 
pages are issued as leaves.] t 
L. C. card 44-i0447 NHA 1.2 : P 84/groiip 6 

War housing, hovp it is used, how it will be disposed of. May 1944. 4 p. 4° 

t • Item 461 NHA 1.2 : W 19/5 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK ADMINISTRATION 

Federal home loan hank act, as amended, home owners' loan act of 1933, as 
amended, and act providing for insurance of savings and loan accounts, as 
amended, Jan. 1, 1944. 1944, iv-t-59 p. * Paper, 10c. • Item 456. 
L. C. card 44-^1144 NHA 3.5 : H 75/944 

Federal home loan hank review, Washington, D. C, May 1944 ; v. 10, no. 8. [1944.] 
[1] +204-230 p. il. 4° {Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription. $1.60. • Item 454 

L. C. card 34-28163 NHA 3.8 : 10/8 

Note. — The Federal home loan bank review is the Administration's medium of com- 
munication with member institutions of the Federal home loan bank system and is the 
only official organ or periodical publication of the Administration. The Review will be 
sent to all member institutions without charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them 
from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C., 
at the prices stated above. 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Addresses. Postwar building and mortgage problems, speech of Abner H. Fergu- 
son, commissioner, Federal Housing Administration, before New York State 
League of Ravings and Loan Associations Conference, New York, .Tune 22, 
1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] t NnA2.7:FaS/2 

Report. 10th annual report of Federal Housing Administration, year ending 
Dec. 31, 1943. [1944.] vi leaves-f 29 p.+ [47] leaves, 3 pi. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 35-26124 NHA 2.1 : 943 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

Note. — ^The bound volumes of decisions and orders are sold by the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at various prices, depending 
upon the size of the volume. 

Botany Worsted Mills. Civil action no. 23224, in District Court of United States 
for District of Columbia, Botany Worsted Mills v. William H. Davis, et al. 
[members of National War Labor Board] ; brief for National Labor Relations 
Board, amicus curiae. [1944.] cover title, iv+36 p. $ L R 1.9 : B 657/6 

Draper Corporation. No. 5239. in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board r. Draper Corporation, on petition for enforcement of 
order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National Labor Relations 
Board. [1944.] cover title, 11+28 p. t LR1.9:D791 

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Eagle-Picher Mining d Smelting Co. No. 460, iu circuit court of appeals for 8th 
circuit, Eagle-Picher Mining and Smelting Company and Eagle-Picher Lead 
Company v. National Labor Relations Board, on motion of National Labor 
Relations Board for judgment of its petition to vacate portions of decree and 
remand; petition of National Labor Relations Board for rehearing. [1944.] 
cover title, 10 p. t LR l-> : Ea 36/10 

Pairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation. No. 5033, in circuit court of appeals 
for 4th circuit, National Labor Relations Board v. Fairchild Engine and Air- 
plane Corporation, on i>etitiou for enforcement of order of National Labor Re- 
lations Board ; brief for Board in support of application for enforcement of re- 
instatement and back-pay provisions. [1944.] cover title, i+16 p. t 

LR 1.9 :F 16/3 

Same, Appendix to petitioner's brief, [1944.] cover title, i + 37 p. t 

LR 1.9 :F 16/4 

Holtville Ice <£ Cold Storage Co. No. 10695, in circuit court of appeals for 9th 
circuit. National Labor Relations Board v. Holtville Ice and Cold Storage Com- 
pany, Associated Farmers of Imperial County, and Hugh T. Osborne, on petition 
for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, ii-|-35 p. t LR1.9:H744 

Hudson, J. L., Co. No. 9768, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board v. J. L. Hudson Company, on petition for enforcement 
of order of National Liibor Relations Board ; brief for National Labor Relations 
Board. [1944.] cover title, iv + 17 p. t LR 1.9 :H 868/2 

Ideal Leather Hovelty Co. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board v. Morris Seifer and Yetta Seifer, individually and as 
copartnei's doing business as Ideal Leather Novelty Co. ; i)etition for enforce- 
ment of order of National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. t 

LR 1.9: Id 2 

Irving Air Chute Co., Inc. No. 9687, in circuit court of" appeals for 6th circuit; 
National Labor Relations Board v. Irving Air Chute Co., Inc., on petition for 
enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, iv+27 p. % LR1.9:Ir8 

Landis Tool Co. No. 8614, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit. National 
Labor Relations Board i'. Landis Tool Company, respondent. Independent As- 
sociated Workers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, intervenor-respondent, 
on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; reply 
brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. t 

LR 1.9 : L 235/3 

Le Toiirneau Company of Georgia. No. 10954, in circuit court of appeals for' 
5th circuit, Le Tourneau Company of Georgia v. National Labor Relations 
Board, on petition to review^ and on request for enforcement of order of Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. 
[1944.] cover title, iii -f 25 p. t LR1.9:L569 

Same, Appendix to respondent's brief [1944.] cover title, i + 48 p. t 

LR 1.9 : L 569/2 

Lumber d Sawmill Workers Union. No. — , United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, Harry A. Millis, individually and as chairman and mem- 
ber of National Labor Relations Board, Gerard D. Reilly, individually and 
as member of National Labor Relations Board, and John M. Houston, indi- 
vidually and as member of National Labor Relations Board, v. Inland Empire 
District Council, Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union, Lewiston, Idaho [et 
al.] ; petition for allowance of special appeal in civil action no. 23547 and motion 
to reverse. [1944.] cover title, iii + 39 p. t LR1.9:L97 

Ohio Public Service Co. No. 9664, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, 
Ohio Public Service Company v. National Labor Relations Board, on petition 
for review and on request for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations 
Board; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1&44.] cover title. 
v-f27 p. % LR 1.9: Oh 3/8 

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Peyton Packing Co. No. 10960, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board v. I'ej'ton Packiuf? Co., on petition for enforce- 
ment of order of National Labor Ilelations Hoard; brief for National Labor 
Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, iii+30 p. | LR 1.9 : P 468 

Reliance Mamifacturini/ Co. No. 7580, in circuit court of appeals for 7th cir- 
cuit, Reliance Manufacturing Company v. National Labor Relations Board, 
on petition for rule to show cause, for adjudication in contempt, and for other 
relief; brief for National Labor Relations Board In support of motion for 
judgment. [1944.] cover title, ii -f 27 p. t LR 1.9 :R 279/4 

Same; reply brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover 

title, ii + 13 p. t LR 1.9 : R 279/5 

Sandy Hill Iron d Brass Works. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board v. Sandy Hill Iron & Brass Works on petition 
for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, ii +13 p. | LR 1.9 :Sa 57/2 

Schiveitzcr, Peter J., Inc. Brief for National Labor Relations Board, United 
States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, no. 8698, Peter J. Schweitzer, 
Inc., V. National Labor Relations Board, on petition to review and on request 
for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover 
title, ii -f 24 p. t LR 1-9 : Sch 97 

Sewell Hats, Inc. No. 10^2, in circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit, Sewrfl 
Hats, Inc., v. National Labor Relations Board, on petition to review and on 
request for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief 
for National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, ii -f 25 p. t 

LR 1.9 : Se 89 

Same, Appendix to respondent's brief. [1944.] cover title, ii + 190 p. t 

LR 1.9 :Se 89/2 

Standard Oil Co. No. 9603, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board v. Standard Oil Company, an Ohio corporation, Sohio 
Pipe Line Corporation, and Latonia Refining Corporation, on i)etition for en- 
forcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; petition of National 
Labor Relations Board for rehearing. [1944.] cover title, 8 p. t 

LR 1.9 : St 24/10 



NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Awards 8748-8900, 1st division National Railroad Adjustment Board, Chicago, 
•ill., V. 57. Suburban Printers & Publishers, Inc., La Grange, 111. [1944.] [1] + 
876 p. il. t National Railroad Adjustment Board, Chicago, 111. (price upon 
application). 

L. C. card 36-26211 RA 1.7 : 57 

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 

Claims for damages incident to operation of vessels of Navy, estimate of appro- 
priation to pay claims. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 7 p. (S. doc. 214, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Insurance. [Manual of instructions for purchase and administration of insurance 
on Navy Department contracts.] [1943.] iii-iv-f 124 p. 4° [Issued in loose-leaf 
form. Supersedes PM circular letters 330, to the extent that instructions con- 
tained in this Manual vary from those of such circular letters.]. * Paper, 35c. 

N 1.19 : In 7/3 

Luics relating chiefly to Navy, Navy Department, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, 
passed at 1st session. 78th Congress, 1943. 1944. viii-|-394 p. t 
L. C. card 44-41143 N 1.7 : 943 

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Posters. "A bridge of ships is the short line to Tokyo", Chester W. Nimitz, get 
'em out for your Navy! official Navy poster. 1044. 20X28 in. (Industrial 
Incentive Division. ) t N 1.81 : G 33 

Ground all electric tools for safety, to avoid electric shock attach ground 

first ; safety poster. 1944. 22X17 in. t N 1.31/2: El 2 

"Landing craft are the pack mules of our amphibious supply lines", W. B. 

Young, get 'em into tlie tight! official Navy poster. 1944. 20X28 in. (Indus- 
trial Incentive Division.) t N 1.31 :G 33/2 

Lift with your legs, not with your back ; safety poster. 1944. 22X17 in. t 

N 1.31/2 :L 62 

Take care of your safety shoes ; safety poster. 1944. 22.1X17 in. t 

N 1.31/2 : Sh 7 

"Troops are only good when put ashore, it's our job to put them there 

and we will", R. K. Turner, deliver for D Day! official Navy poster. 1944. 
28X20 in. (Industrial Incentive Division.) t N 1.31 : D 37 

"The war has now reached the stage of continuous amphibious offensives", 

Alan G. Kirk, deliver for D Day! official Navy poster. 1944. 20X28 in. 
( Industrial Incentive Division. ) t N 1.31 : D 37/2 

"We will have to fight our way ashore . . .", Ernest J. King, you're building 

victory here today! official Navy poster. 1944. 28.5X40 in. (Industrial In- 
centive Division.) t N 1.31 :V 66/3 

Tyrrell, Robert. Damages incident to operation of vessels of Coast Guard, esti- 
mate of appropriation to pay claim [of Robert Tyrrell]. June 19, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 2 p. ( S. doc. 216, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

AERONAUTICS BUREAU 

Paint stripping and cleaning operations, compounds for aircraft uses; [poster]. 
Jan. 1, 1944. 30X24 in. [Supersedes previous issue.] f N 28.16/2 : P 16/944 

COAST GUARD 

Coast Guard bulletin, v. 2, no. 24 ; June 1944. [1944.] p. 285-298. [Monthly.] t 
• Item 1061 
L. C. card 39-29105 N 24.11 : 2/24 

Explosives or other dangerous articles [on board vessels, regulations governing 
transportation, storage, stowage, or use of explosives or other dangerous arti- 
cles or substances, and combustible liquids on board vessels, Apr. 9, 1941], 
amendment control sheet [amendments, June 2, 1942-Sept. 1, 1943]. [1943.] 
[99] p. 4° [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 35c. • Item 268 

C 25.6/3 : Ex 7/amdt.3 
Note. — This 3d .set of amendments is classed under the Marine Inspection and Navi- 
gation Bureau so that it may be filed with the publication which it amends. 

Merchant Marine Council. Proceedings of INIercliant Marine Council, v. 1, no. 5; 
May 1944. [1944.] p. 97-112, il. 4" [Monthly.] t • Item 1063 

N 24.32 : 1/5 
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL 

Court-martial ord'ers, year ending Dec. 31, 1941 [index]. 1944. iv+57 p. 12° 
[Issued with perforations. Court-martial orders issued by Navy Department.] % 

N 1.14 : 941/ind. 
ilARINE CORPS 

Women's Reserve. Ain't Sis and I salty ! Marine Corps Women's Reserve, n.p. 
[MCPB, Feb. 1, 1944]. [4] p. il. narrow 16° t N 9.2 :M 33/10 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU 

Manual of Medical Department, Navy. [Edition of 1944.] 1944. vi-f [888] p. il. 
[Issued in loose-leaf form. Supersedes prior editions.] J • Item 877 
L. C. card 44-41044 N 10.5/1 : 944 

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Nat-al mcdicnl hullcfin. United States naval medical bulletin, v. 42, no. 6; June 
1W4. 1044. vi + 1233-1476 p. 11. (Publications Division.) [Monthly. In- 
cludes Index to United States naval medical bulletin, v. 42.] * Paper, 35c. 
single copy, $4.(tO a yr. ; foreign subscription, $5.00. • Item 880 
L. C. card 8-35005 N 10.11/1 : 42/6 

Posters. Now, what was I supposed to remember? [poster] VP-8. 1944. 
22.6X17 in. [Illustrator, Woodcock. Prepared in cooperation with Naval 
Medical School, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda Md.] J 

N 10.17 : V 55/no.8 

Please be careful ; [poster] VP-7. 1944. 23X17.1 in. [Illustrator, Wood- 
cock.] t N 10.17 : V 55/no.7 

NAVAL OPERATIONS OFFICE 

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE 

Note. — The charts, sailing directions, and light lists of the Hydrographic OflBce, for the 
duration of the war, will be sold only liy the Hydrographic Office, Navy Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. and the Hydrographic Distributing Offices located in the principal seaports 
of the United States. Certain standard manuals of the Hydrographic Office are sold bv 
agents at the principal American seaports and lake ports, and are also available through 
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at 
list price. Copies of list of palilications, weekly Hydrographic bulletins, and Notices to 
mariners are supplied free only to those having definite need therefor, on application to the 
Hydrographic Office. Navy Denartment, Washington. D. C. and at the branch Hydrographic 
Offices in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah, New Orleans, Gal- 
veston, San Francisco, San Pedro, Calif.. San Juan. P. R., Captain of the Port, Panama 
Canal, Portland (Oreg.), Seattle, Honolulu, T. H., Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Sault Ste. 
Marie, and Duluth. 

Hydrographic bulletin, no. 285^-59; June 3-24, 1944. [1944.] Each 1 p. f 
[Weekly.] t N 6.3 : 2856-2859 

Notice to mnriners, no. 23-26; June 3-24, 1944. [1944.] [xii] +667-805+ [svi] 
leaves. [Weekly.] t N 6.11 : 944/23-26 

Charts 

Pilot charts. Pilot chart of Central American waters, June 1044; no. 85(X). 
Scale 1° long. =0.7 in. Washington. D. C, May 16, 1044. 23X35 in. [Monthly. 
Certain portions of the data are furnished bv the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. 

N 6.24: 944/6 
Notb. — Contains on reverse : Stream drift chart of the world. July, drawn from all 
observations for the month received by the Hydrographic Office to and including 1934. 

Same, July 1944; no. 3500. Scale 1° long.=0.7 in. Washington, D. C. 

June 19. 1944. 23X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are fur- 
nished by the Weather Bureau.] t 10c. N 6.24: 944/7 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Refraction and mirage, edition no. 2 ; by Willis Edwin 
Hurd. 

Pilot chart of Indian Ocean, July 1944; no. 2603. Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. 

Washington, D. C, May 16, 1944. 22.5X31 in. [Monthly. Certain portions 
of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.17: 044/7 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Monthly moonlight diagrams, Aug. 1944. 

Same. Aug. 1944; no. 2603. Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. Washington, D. C, 

June 19, lfM4. 22X31 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are fur- 
nished by the Weather Bureau.] tlOc. N 6.17: 944/8 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Monthly moonlight diagrams, Sept. 1944. 

Pilot chart of north Atlantic Ocean, June, 1944; no. 1400. Scale 1° 

long. =0.27 in. Washington, D. C, May 16, 1944. 23X38 in. [Monthly. Cer- 
tain portions of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c 

L. C. card 14-16339 N 6.15/1 : 9U/6 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Monthly moonlight diagrams, July 1944. 

Same, July 1944; no, 1400. Scale 1° long.=0.27 in. Washington, D. C, 

June 19, 1944. 23X38 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are fur- 
nished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.15/1 : 944/7 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Monthly moonlight diagrams, Aug. 1944. 

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I'ilot charts — Continued. 

Pilot chart of north Pacific Ocean, June 1944 ; no. 1401. Scale 1° long. =0.2 

in. Washington, D. C, Apr. 17, 1944. 24X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions 
of the data are furnished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.16: 944/6 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Maximum sea surface temperatures. 

Same, July 1944; no. 1401. Scale 1" long.=0.2 in. Washington, D. C, 

May 16, 1944. 24X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are fur- 
nished by the Weather Bureau.] f 10c. N 6.16: 944/7 

Note. — Contains on reverse : Annular eclipse of July -!0, 1944 ; by J. F. Hellweg. 

Same, Aug. 1944; no. 1401. Scale 1° long.=0.2 in. Washington, D. C, 

June 19, 1944. 24X35 in. [Monthly. Certain portions of the data are fur- 
nished by the Weather Bureau.] 1 10c. N 6.1G : 944/8 

Note. — Contains on reverse: Ti'opical cyclones of the eastern north Pacific Ocean; by 
Willis Edwin Hurd. 

NAVAL PERSONNEL BUREAU 

Information bulletin. Bureau of Naval Personnel information bulletin, June 
1944; [no. 327]. [1944.] cover title, 72 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Text and other 
illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] t N 17.27: 327 

Jobs. What kind of job can I get in Navy? n. p. [1944]. [2] +20+ [4] p. il. t 

N 17.2 : J 57/944 

Lookout manual. [1943.] cover title, 48 p. il. small 4° ([Training Aids.]) 
[Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] t N 17.16/1 : L 87/943 

Xaval Academy, Annapolis. Regulations governing admission of candidates into 
Naval Academy as midshipmen and Sample examination papers, June 1944. 
1944. iv+74 p. t • Item 888 
L. C. card 7-320G9 N 12.7 : 944 

Naval personnel. Personal affairs of naval personnel and aid for their dependents, 
supp. 1, Apr. 1944. 1944. [2] +6 p. * Paper, 5c. • Item 905 

N 17.2 : P 43/943/supp. 1 

Schools & rates for Navy women. [1944.] cover title, 20 p. il. 4° [Other illus- 
trations on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 905 N 17.2 : Sch 6/3 

ORDNANCE BUREAU 

Naval firepower, June 1944; [v. 1, no. 9]. [1944.] 16 p. il. large 4° [Monthly. 
For men and women of naval ordnance.] $ • N 18.12: 1/9 

SHIPS BUREAU 

Blowers. Instructions for operation and maintenance of blowers ; chap. 53 
[Bureau of Ships manual]. 1944. [1]+16 p. il. 1 pi. * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 44-41142 N 29.1 3 : 53/944 

Posters. Why help gremlins? square corners and gremlins play, round corners, 
they stay away; [poster]. May 1, 1944. 28X20 in. t N 29.15:0 86 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Oovernment supplies. Navy Deptirtment specification : Aluminum, plates, sheets, 

and strips; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. il. 12° (47A2e.) [Supersedes 47A2d, 

Sept. 1, 1930.] t N 20.6/2 : 47 A 2e 

Note. — This and the following specifications are issued with perforations for Insertion 

in loose-leaf binders. 

Same: Aluminum-alloy (Al-3) (aluminum-manganese), plates, sheets (flat 

and coiled), and strips: May 1, 1944. [1944.] 11 p. il. 12" (47A4d.) [Super- 
sedes 47A4c, June 1, 1934.] t N 20.6/2 : 47A4d 

Same: Bicycles, men's; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" (8Blc.) [Super- 
sedes 8Blb, June 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 8 B Ic 

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Oovenwicnt supplies — Continued. 

Same: Boxes, spare-part, electrical and mechanical (shipboard use) ; Apr. 

1, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. il. 12° (42B9b.) [Supersedes 42B9a, Nov. 1, 1940.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 42 B 9b 

Same: Brushes, lettering; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (38B28c.) 

[Supersedes 38B28b, Feb. 1, 1935.] t N 20.6/2 : 38 B 28c 

Same : Caps, attachment-plug, separable, for connection to flexible electrical 

conductors ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (17Cl5b.) [Supersedes 17C15a, 
Oct. 1, 1942.] t N 20.6/2 : 17 C 15b 

Same : Carbon-tetraohloride, technical ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

( 51C34a. ) [ Supersedes 01C34, Feb. 1, 1943. ] t N 20.6/2 : 51 C 34a 

Same: Coils, ignition, high-tension (for motorboat engines) ; May 1, 1944. 

1944. 1 p. 12° (17C14b.) t N 20.6/2 : 17 C 14b 

Same: Colanders; Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 12° (64C8a.) [Super- 
sedes 64C8, Oct. 1, 1928.] t N 20.6/2 : 64 C 8a 

Same : Compound, antifreeze ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 12° (51C39.) 

t N 20.6/2:510 39 

Same : Cutters, gage-glass : May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (41C5d.) t 

N 20.6/2 : 41 C 5d 

Same: Disodium-phosphate, anhydrous; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° 

( 51D12. ) t N 20.6/2 : 51 D 12 

Same : Dressing, leather, belt ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12° (52D10. ) t 

N 20.6/2 : 52 D 10 

Same: Drills, upright, motor-driven, 21-inch (shipboard use) ; May 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 2 p. 12° (40D4d.) [Supersedes 40D4c, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40 D 4d 

— — Same: Drills, upright, motor-driven, 28-inch (shipboard use) ; May 1, 1944. 
[1944.] 2 p. 12° (40D5e.) [Supersedes 40D5d, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40 D 5e 

Same : Fans, electric, bracket (shipboard use) ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" 

( 17F6h. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17 F 6h 

Same: Fans, electric, refrigerator-space (shipboard use); May 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 2 p. 12° (17F13b.) t N 20.6/2 : 17 F 13b 

Same: Fans, electric, ventilating, portable; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

( 17F9d. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17 F 9d 

Same: Faucets, compression and self-closing types (shipboard use) ; May 

1,1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (45F9c.) t N 20.6/2 : 45 F 9c 

Same : Fiber, insulating, gray ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (17F5d.) t 

N 20.6/2 : 17 F 5d 

Same: Hats, protective; Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12° (37Hlla.) 

[Supersedes 37H11, Nov. 1, 1940.] t N 20.6/2 : 37 H 11a 

Same : Heaters, electric, disk-type ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (17Hle.) 

t N 20.6/2: 17 Hie 

Same: Helmets, blast, telephone (shipboard use); May 1. 1944. 1944. 

1 p. 12" ( 17H6a. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17 H 6a 

Same : Hoists, electric, motor-operated ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

(40H7d.) t N 20.6/2: 40 H7d 

Same: Hoists, pneumatic, motor, geared; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

( 40H8a. ) t N 20.6/2 : 40 H 8a 

Same: Hose, fire-extinguisher (portable, 15-ponnd, carbon-dioxide); Apr. 

1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 12° (58Hla.) [Supersedes 58H1, June 1, 1938.1 t 

N 20.6/2 : 58 Hla 

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July 1944 841 

Oovernment supplies — Coutinued. 

Same: Insulating-material, electrical, liquid, quick-drying; May 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 2 p. 12° (17-I-16C.) [Supersedes 17-I-16b, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 17-I-16c 

Same: Iron, wrought (refined), bars; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12" (46- 

I-7c.) [Supersedes 46-I-7b, Sept. 1, 1939.] t N 20.6/2 : 4&-I-7c 

Same: Irons, flat, electric; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (17-I-7d.) 

[Supersedes 17-I-7c, Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 17-I-7d 

Same : Ladles, galley ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (64L2a.) [Snixr- 

sedes 64L2, Apr. 1, 1929.] t N 20.6/2 : 64L2a 

Same : Lanterns, electric, automatic, floating ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

( 17Llla. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17Llla 

Same: Lathes, cabinet, precision, motor-driven (shipboard use) ; May 1, 

1944. [1944.J 2 p. 12° (40L2b.) [Supersedes 40L2a, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 :40L2b 

Same: Lathes, engine, motor-driven, medium-heavy-duty, 14-incli (ship- 
board use) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12" (40 Llg.) (Supersedes 40Llf, 
Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6 : 40 Llg 

Same: Lathes, engine, motor-driven, medium-heavy-duty, 16-inch (.ship- 
board use); May 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (4UL3d.) [Supersedes 40L3c, 
Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 40 L3d 

Same: Lights, electric, signaling, portable, multi-purpose (shipboard use) ; 

May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (17L15a.) t N 20.6/2 : 17 L15a 

Same: Machines, boring, drilling, and milling, horizontal, motor-driven, 

4-inch spindle (shipboard use) ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40M5c.) 
[Supersedes 40M5b, Nov. 1, 1943. J t N 20.6/2 : 40 M5c 

■ Same: Machines, cylinder-boring, portable, motor-driven (.shipboard use) ; 

May 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40M7c.) [Supersedes 40M7b, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40 M7c 

Same: Machines, milling (universal), motor-driven (shipboard use); 

June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40M6d.) [Supersedes 40M6c, Nov. 1, 1943] f 

N 20.6/2 : 40 M6d 

Same: Oil, linseed, alkali-refined; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (52- 

0-17.) t . N 20.6/2 : 52-0-17 

Same: Pans, dish; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 12° (&4PSb.) [Super- 
sedes (^iPSa, Apr. 1, 1932. ] j N 20.6/2 : 64 P8b 

Same : Pipe, lead, lining, for iron pipe and steel tubing ; May 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 4 p. 12° (44P3e.) [Supersedes 44P3d, Apr. 1, 1941.] f 

N 20.6/2 : 44 P3e 

Same : Platters, steel ; Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 11. 12° (()3P2a.) [Super- 
sedes 63P2, Apr. 1, 1929.] t N 20.6/2 : 63 P2a 

Same: Plugs, heat-exchanger-tube (phenolic-material, laminated) ; May 1, 

1944. [1944.] 7 p. 11. 12° (45P3.) t N 20.6/2 : 45 P3 

Same : Pumps, centrifugal, for shipboard use ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

(llPob.) t N 20.6/2: 11 P5b 

Same: Pumps, portable, air-turbine-driven; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

12° (llPSb.) [Supersedes llPSa, Aug. 1, 1938.] t N 20.6/2 : 11 P8b 

Same: Pumps, portable, submersible, with alternating-current motors; 

May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (llPlOb.) [Supersedes llPlOa, Oct. 1, 1940]. t 

N 20.6/2: 11 PlOb 

Same: Razors, straight, safety type; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° 

(29RL) t N 20.6/2: 29 Rl 

Same: Resin, alkyd, solution; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 12° (52R13.) f 

N 20.6/2 : 52 R13 

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Ooiemment supplies — Continued. 

Same : Soap, powdered, hand, with vegetable abrasive ; May 1, 1944. [1044.] 

3 p. 12" (51S37.) t N 20.6/2 : 51 S37 

Same: Spotlights incandescent, power-boat; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" 

( 17S14b. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17 S14b 

Same; Spread.s, bed, cotton; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. il. 12° (27S3b.) 

[Supersedes 27S3a, Nov. 1, 1930.] t N 20.6/2 : 27 S3b 

Same: Steel, forgings for welding; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. il. I2f 

(46S29C.) [Supersedes 46S29b, Sept. 1, 1939.] t N 20.6/2 : 46 S29c 

Same: Steel, rolled, heat-treated, bars (for shafting) ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 

5 p. 12" (46S43.) t N 20.0/2 : 46 S43 

Same: Tableware, glass, officers' mess-gear; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 11 p. 

11. 12" (63T9d.) [Supersedes 63T9C, Feb. 2, 1942.] t N 20.6/2 : 63T9d 

• Same: Testing-sets, electric, Wheatstone-bridge type; May 1. 1944. 1944. 

1 p. 12" (17T17C.) t N 20.6/2: 17 T17c 

Same: Thermometers, distant-reading, indicating-dial; May 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 12- p. il. 12" (18T13b.) [Supersedes 18T13a, Apr. 1, 1936.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 18 T13b 

Same: Titanium-barium, pigment; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12" (52T4f.) 

[Supersedes 52T4d, June 1, 1939 and 52T4e, Apr. 1, 1940]. t 

N 20.6/2 : 52T4f 

Same : Toluidine-red-toner, dry ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (52T6b.) 

[Supersedes 52T6a, June 1, 1932.] t N 20.6/2 : 52 T 6b 

Same: Torches, blow, alcohol and gasoline; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 

( 41T4h. ) t N 20.6/2 : 41 T 4h 

Same: Torches, oil, portable, suction; Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12" 

(41T22b.) [Supersedes 41T22a, Oct. 1. 1934.] j N 20.6/2 : 41 T 22b 

Same : Toweling, cotton ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" (27T20b.) [Super- 
sedes 27T20a, Oct. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 :27 T 20b 

• Same : Tubes- boiler, seamless ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12" (44T3f.) 

[ Supersedes 44T3e, Sept. 1, 1938. ] t N 20.6/2 : 44 T 3f 

Same : Tubes, glass, Y-shaped ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12" (57T41.) f 

N 20.0/2 : 57 T 41 

Same: Tureens; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 12° (63T7b.) [Supersedes 

63T7a, Oct. 1, 1934.] t N 20.6/2 : 63 T 7b 

• Same: Valves, escape, air-regulating, for Navy standard diving helmets; 

June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (23V2.) t N 20.6/2 :23 V 2 

■ Same : Varnish, asphalt ; May 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" (52Vlf). [Super- 
sedes 52Vle, Apr. 2, 1934.] t N 20.6/2 : 52 V If 

Same: Water-closets (shipboard use) ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 14 p. il. 12° 

(30Wlg.) [Supersedes 30Wlb, Dec. 1, 1933 and SOWlf, Jan. 2. 1941.] t 

N20.6/2:30W]g 

Mnnnal. Change 37, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts manual; May 1, 1944. 
n p. [1944]. iii p. [Accompanied by reprints of certain pages (with changes) 
to be inserted in the Manual.] % N 20.13: Su 7/2/929/ch.37 

2Javal crpcnditures, 1943. 1944. iv-f 55 p. 4° t • Item 917 

L. C. card 11-20038 N 20.21 : 1M3 

Prices. Navy price list of clothing and small stores, effective July 1, 1944. 1944. 
4 p. [Issued with perforations. Prices contained herein are effective after 
close of business June 30, 1944, and supersede current price list effective 
July 1, 1943.] t N 20.2 : C 62/944 

Travel itistnietions. Change 16, U. S. Navy travel instructions; May 1, 1^4. 
[1944.] i p. [Accompanied by reprints of certain pages (with changes) to be 
inserted in U. S. Navy travel instructions, 1936.] t N 20.13 : T69/2/936/ch. 16 

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PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

bulletin. Bulletin of Pan American Sanitary Bureau, v. 23, no. 2 ; Feb. 1944. 
n. p. [r.>44]. cover title, [2] +97-192 p. il. [Monthly. Articles appear in 
Spanish, Portuguese, French, and occasionally in English.] t PAS 1.3: 23/2 

■ Same, v. 23, no. 3; Mar. 1944. n. p. [1944]. cover title, [2] +193-288 p. il. 

[Monthlv. Articles appear in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and occasionally 
in English.] f PAS 1.3: 23/3 

Vital stalistics. Monthly report, biostatistics, epidemiology, no. 1 ; Mar. 1944. 
[1944.] 15 p. 4° [Processed. Spanish and English.] $ PAS 1.8 : 1 

Note. — Tbis publication replaces the tables on i>estilcntial diseases which were pub- 
lished in the Pan American Sanitary Bureau bulletin uutil its Mar. 1944 issue. 

■ Same, no. 2; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 16 p. map, 4° [Processed. Spanish and 

English.] t PAS 1.8: 2 

Same, no. 3; May 1944. [1944.] 15 p. map, 4° [Processed. Spanish and 

English.] t PAS 1.8: 3 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Note.— The Pan American Union sells its own illustrated monthly Bulletin, booklets, and 
other publications, at prices ranging from 5c. to $2.00. The price of any edition of the 
Bulletin is 15c. a single copy, the English edition is $1.50 a year, the Spanish edition $1.00 
a year, the I'ortuguese edition $1.00 a year; there is an additional charge of 75c. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the Pan American Union. Address the Pan American 
Union, Washington, D. C. 

Books. Pan American book shelf, v. 7, no. 5; May 1944. Washington, D. C, 
1944. viii+111-124 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, $1.00 a yr. 
L. C. card 39-26457 PA 1.47 : 7/5 

Same, V. 7, no. 6 ; June 1944. Washington, D. C, 1944. vii+125-148 p. 4" 

[Monthly. Processed.] f Paper, $1.00 a yr. PA 1.47 : 7/6 

Btilletin {English edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union, June 1944; [v. 78, 
no. 0]. [1944.] cover title, [4] +301-360 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. • Item 922 
L. C. card 8-30967 PA 1.6 : e78/6 

Same. (H. doc. 438, pt. 6, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

( rortugucse edition). Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, junho 1944 ; [v. 46, 

no. 6]. 1944.* cover title, [4] +233-283 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. 

L. C. card 11-27014 PA 1.6 : p 46/6 

(Spanish edition). Boletin de la Union Panamericana, junio 1944; [v. 78, 

no. 6]. [1944. cover title, [4] +293-352 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. 

L. C. card 12-12555 PA l.G : s 78/6 

Commercial Pan America. Commercial Pan America, monthly review of com- 
merce and finance, Mar.-Apr. 1944 ; v. 13, nos. 3 and 4. 1944. cover title, 
[4] +43-86 leaves, 4° [Processed. Tvfo numbers issued as one publication. 
Title is : Progress of industi'y, transportation, and commerce in Central Amer- 
ica.] t I^aper, 10c. per mo., $1.00 a yr. (either English or Spanish edition) ; 
foreign subscription, $1.25. 
L. C. card PA3S-8 PA 1 .45 : e 13/3,4 

Same, Spanish. 1944. cover title, [3] +53-105 leaves, 4° [Processed.] 

PA 1.45 : s 13/3,4 

Pan American Highway. El camino a la belleza [la Carretera Panamericana] ; 
por William Vogt. [1944.] [2] +233-242 p. il. [Reproducido del Boletin de 
la Union Panamericana, mayo de 1944.] t 1*^'^ 1.6/a : C 146 

Panorama, record of inter-American cultural events, no. 24; May 1944. [1944.] 
cover title, [1]+31 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 4^38393 I'A 1.53 : a4 

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844 Government Publications 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Postal hullftin, v. 65, no. 18724-732; June 2-30, 1944. [1944.] various paging, f 
[Published Tuesday and Friday, except legal holidays.] ♦Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $1.00 a yr. 
L. C. card &-5810 P 1.3 : 65 

Postal guide. United States ofBcial postal guide; Monthly supplement to pts. 1 
and 2, nth series, v. 4, no. 11; May 1944. [1944.] [3] +65+ [2 J p. [Includes 
Changes 35 and 36 affecting United States official postal guide for 1943, pt. 1 ; 
also Amendments (Inserts 222-224) to Postal laws and regulations of United 
States, edition of 1940. Part of the pages are printed on one side only.] * Paper 
(2;^ numbers Aug. 1943- June 1945) , $1.75. • Item 929 P 1.10/1 : 943/11 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

Mail rotites. Schedule of mail routes, no. 319, June 13, 1944, 1st division. Rail- 
way Mail Service, comprising Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, 
Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Boston, Mass., P. O. [June 13, 1944]. 140 p. 
narrow 8" + P 10.12/1 : 319 

■ Schedule of mail routes, no. 547, May 7, 1944, 3d division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, 
and West Virginia (except peninsula of Maryland and Virginia). [1944.] 
189+ [1] p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/3 :&47 

■ Schedule of mail routes, no. 605, June 13, 1944, 4th division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee. 
Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Darby Printing Co., Atlanta, Ga. [June 13. 
1944.] 112 p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/4: 605 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 540, May 20, 1944, 5th division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Roessler Bros., Inc., Cin- 
cinnati, O., May 20, 1944. 160 p. narrow 8° J P 10.12/5 : 540 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 546, Mar. 3, 1944, 7th division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Kansas and Missouri. Wellington Printing Co., St. Louis, 
Mo. [Mar. 3, 1944]. 132 p. narrow 8° I P 10.12/7: 546 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 547, June 7, 1944, 7th division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Kansas and Missouri. Wellington Printing Co., St. Louis, 
Mo. [June 7, 1^4]. 132 p. narrow 8° t P 10.12/7: 547 

• Schedule of mail routes, no. 329, June 12, 1944, 11th division. Railway 

Mail Service, comprising New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Babcock Print- 
ing Co., Fort Worth, Tex. [June 12, 1944]. 144+ [1] p. narrow 8" t 

P 10.12/11 : 329 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 160, May 29, 1944, 13th division Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. [Seattle 
P. O., May 29, 1944.] 120 p. narrow 8° + P 10.12/13 : 160 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 188, May 26, 1944, 14th division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Nebraska, Colorado, and Wyoming. Burkley Printing Co., 
Omaha [May 26, 1M4]. 112 p. narrow 8° I P 10.12/14 : 188 

TOPOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Note The Division of Topography has on file maps showing all roads used by the 

rural tree relivery mail service. Rural delivery routes are shown in detail on county 
or local maps which, with a few exceptions, are drawn to the scale of 1 : 62,500 or 
1 • 63 :^60 (1 mile to the inch). Maps of more than 1,600 counties in the United States 
have been prepared bv the Post Office Department and blue-line prints, made from nega- 
tives on file are sold "for 50 cents per copy. Each county map shows in addition to the 
roads traveled by rural carriers, all post offices within the county at the time the negative 
was made and all other roads, houses, schools, and churches known at the time the map 
was originally drawn, together with an outline of the drainage. A list of the county maps 
on file will be furnished upon application to the Superintendent, Division of Finance, Post 
Office Department, Washington, D. C. Rural delivery routes emanating from post offices 
in counties for which county maps have not been drawn are shown on local maps. Blue- 
nrint copies of such maps are sold at 25 cents each. Orders for all postal maps should be 
accompanied by money order and addressed to the Superintendent, Division of Finance, 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 Jan. 1944, page 79. 

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July 1944 845 

PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

Note. — The functions and duties of the Kxceutivc Odice of the President were established 
by Executive order of Sept. (S, 193;). Tlie iiriiicipal divisions at present are as follows : The 
White House Ofiice, the Bureau of the Budj^et, the Liasiou Office for Personnel Management, 
thrt Office of Emergency Management, and the Committee for Congested Production Areas. 

For information relating to the issuance of Executive orders and Proclamations of the 
President see, below, note under Ea-ccutivc orders. 

Clothing allowances. Amendment of Executive order 9356, June 24, 1943, pre- 
scribing regulations governing furnishing of clothing in kind or payment of 
cash allowancos in lieu thereof to enlisted personnel of Navy, Coast Guard, 
Naval Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve. June 8, 1944. (Executive order 
9447.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 116, 
Juue 10, 1944, p. 6293-94.] 

D-Day prayer. The President's D-Day prayer. June 6, 1944. 2 p. narrow f° 
[Processed.] I 
L. C. card 44-41138 Pr 32.2 : D 1 

Dickcrson, Eugene E. Executive order, waiving provisions of Executive order 
of Jan. 17, 1873, as to Eugene E. Dickerson, postmaster at Warmsprings, Mont. 
May 15, 1944. 1 p. 4° (No. 9442.) t The National Archives. • Item 943 

Pr 32.5 : 9442 

Eason, Mrs. Bessie L. Bessie Eason, message returning without approval bill 
(H. R. 3537) for relief of Bessie Eason. June 7, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 646, 
78th Gong. 2d sess.) t 

E.recutivc orders. 

Note. — The Federal register act (49 Stat. 500 as amended ; 44 U. S. C, and supp. SOI 
et seq.) provides in sec. 5 as follows: There shall be publi.shed in the Federal register all 
Presidential Proclamations and Executive orders, except such as have no general appli- 
cability and lei^al effect or are effective only against Federal agencies or persons in their 
capacity as officers, agents, or employees thereof. 

The Executive orders and Pi-oclamations published in the Federal register will not 
be issued separately, but title entries for such Executive orders and Proclamations, with 
reference to the Federal register, apjiear above and below. 

The distribution of Executive orders and Proclamations was transf-^rred, beginning 
Mar. 12, lOXG, from the Department of State to the Division of the Federal Register, 
National Archives. Free distribution will be only to appropriate agencies of the Gov- 
ernment. The Federal register will be sold by the Superintendent of Documents, Govern- 
ment Printing OflBce, Washington 25, D. C, on a subscription basis of $1.50 per month of 
$15.00 per year. 

Foreign serviee. Authorizing Secretary of State to prescribe regulations and 
issue orders and instructions relating to Foreign service of United States. June 
26, 1944. (Executive order 94.'^2. ) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Fed- 
eral register, v. 9, no. 129, June 29, 1944, p. 7183.] 

Foreign service regnlatiovs. Amending Foreign service regulations of United 
States [sec. 1-3 (b) (1) and sec. 1-5 (a)] June 20, 1944, (Executive order 
94.10.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 124, 
June 22, 1044, p. 6905.] 

Amending regulations concerning Foreign service pay adjustment [pre- 
scribing regulations governing payment of los.'^es sustained by officers, enlisted 
men, and employees of United States in foreign countries on account of appre- 
ciation of forei.im currencies in their relation to American dollar]. June 15, 
1044. (Executive order 9449.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal 
register, v. 9, no. 121, June 17, 1944, p. 66(57.] 

Government offtrials and cmplmjees. Revoking par. 2 of Executive order 9243, 
Sept. 12, 1042, entitled Providing for transfer and release of Federal personnel. 
June 20, 1944. (Executive order 9451.) [Not issued separately. Appeared 
in Federal register, v. 9, no. 124, June 22, 1944, p. 6905.] 

International Labor Conference. 26th Conference of International Labor Or- 
ganization, message transmitting recommendations of 26th Conference of In- 
ternationi'l Labor Organization. May 29, 1944. 14 p. (H. doc. 621, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess. ) ♦ Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41139 

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846 Government Publications ^ 

National Farm-Safety M'rek, 1944, proclamation [designating week commencing 
July 23, 1944, as National Farm-Safety Week]. June 16, 1944. (Proclama- 
tion 2615.) [Nut issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 
122, June 20, 1944, p. 6799.] 

Proclamations. 

Note. — For infonnation concerning the issuance of Executive orders and Proclamations, 
see above, note under the subhead Executive orders. 

PuhUc property. Surplus Government property and materials, comnaunication 
transmitting, pursuant to resolution, report concerning surplus Government- 
property and materials no longer needed for war purposes. June 15, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 9 p. (S. doc. 203, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 5c. 

Refugf:cs. Caring for refugees in United States, message notifying Congress that 
arrangements have been made to care for approximately 1,000 refugees in 
United States. June 12, 1944. 3 p. <H. doc. G56, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [The 
War Refugee Board is charged with over-all responsibility for this project.] 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41140 

Tax returns. Inspection of income, excess-profits, and capital stock tax returns 
by Select Committee to Investigate Federal Communications Commission, House 
of Representatives. June 8. 1944. (Executive order 9448.) [Not issued sep- 
arately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 117, June 13, 1944, p. 6387.] 

Travieso, Martin. Executive order, designating Martin Travieso, chief justice 
of Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, as acting judge of district court of United 
States for Puerto Rico to act in case of United States v. Julio Trinidad Geigel. 
May 29, 1944. 1 p. 4° (No. 9445.) t The National Archives. • Item 943 

Pr 32.5 : 9445 

Veterans' Administration. Regulations governing allowance of travel expenses 
of clain)ants and beneficiaries of Veterans' Administration and of their attend- 
ants. June 8, 1944. (Executive order 9446.) [Not issued separately. Ap- 
peared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 116, June 10, 1944, p. 6293. Supersedes 
Executive order 8454 of June 26, 1940.] 

BUDGET BUREAU 

Civil Aeronautics Administration. Proposed provision pertaining to appropria- 
tion for Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics, Department of Commerce 
[fiscal year 1945, to enable Civil Aeronautics Administration to continue opera- 
ing certain airport traffic control towers]. June 1, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 631, 
78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Civil Service Commission. Supplemental estimates. Civil Service Commission, 
fiscal years 1944 and 1945. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. ( S. doc. 
218, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Claims for damages to privately owned property, estimates of appropriations 
[.submitted by the several executive departments and independent offices] to 
pay claims. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 19 p. (S. doc. 208, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

District of Columbia. Supplemental estimates, District of Columbia, fiscal year 
1945. June 7, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. doc. 200, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) t 

Economic Stahilization Office. Estimate of appropriation for OflBce of Economic 
Stabilization, fiscal year 1945. June 1, 1944. 6 p. (H. doc. 633, 78th Cong. 
2d sess. ) t 

Engineer Corps, Army. Improvement of Withlacoochee River, Fla., draft of 
proposed provision pertaining to existing appropriation for War Department 
for rivers and harbors [under Corps of Engineers]. June 19, legislative day 
May 9, 1944. 3 p. ( S. doc. 219, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Supplemental estimate of appropriation for War Department, fiscal year 

1944. to remain available until expended for emergency flood-control work 
[under Corps of Engineers]. June 1, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 632, 78th Cong. 2d 
3ess. ) t 

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rreedmeii's Hospifal. Supplemental estimate of appropriation for Federal Se- 
curity Agency, fiscal year IMi [for Freedmen's Hospital]. June 3, 1944. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 639, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Interior Department. Supplemental and deficiency estimates of appropriations 
for Interior Department, [fiscal year] 15>45 and prior fiscal years. June 3, 
1944. 3 p. (H. doc. (538, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

National defense. Proposed provision pertaining to existing appropriation of 
emergency fund for the President. June 7, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 653, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Ordnance Bureau. Drafts of proposed provisions affecting naval appropriations, 
fiscal years 1942 and 1945 [for Bureau of Ordnance and for Bureau of Aero- 
nautics]. June 7, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 654, 78th Cong. 2d se.ss.) t 

Post Office Department. Supplemental estimates of appropriations. Post Office 
Department, fiscal year 1944. June 19," legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. 
doc. 221, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Price Administration Office. Estimate of appropriation for Office of Price Ad- 
ministration, fiscal year 1945. June 1, 1944. 12 p. (H. doc. 634, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Amendment to Inidget for St. Elizal)eth's Hospital, 
Federal Security Agency, fiscal year 1945. June 7, legislative day May 9, 1944. 
2 p. ( S. doc. 201, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Selective Service System. Supplemental estimate. Selective Service System, fis- 
cal year 1945 ]for gathering medical and social history information on regis- 
trants]. June 5, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. doc. 199, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) t 

Social Security Board. Supplemental estimate for Federal Security Agency 
[fiscal year 1945, for Social Security Board] for grants to States for old-age 
assistance, grants to States for aid to dependent children, grants to States for 
aid to the blind, and grants to States for unemployment compensation admin- 
istration. June 14, 1944. 2 p. (H. doc. 659, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Veterans' Administration, draft of proposed provision relating to existing ap- 
propriations for Veterans' Administration, fiscal year 1944 [to increase present 
limitation on travel]. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 2 p. (S. doc. 206, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE 

ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN OFFICE 

Note. — Under the provisions of Executive order 9095, dated Mar. 11. 1942, tho Office of 
Alien Property Custodian was established in the Office for Emergency Management of the 
Executive Office of the Pre.sident. 

Bibliof/raphy on enemy property control in United States, 1917-43; [prepared 
by Howard Hazen Wilson]. [1944.] viii -f 74 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41136 Pr 32.5702 : P 94/917-43 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE OFFICE 

Defense coordinator in industrial plants: pt. 3, Sabotage and preventive meas- 
ures [with list of selected references]. Dec. 1943 [published 1944]. [2] +12 p. 
4" t • Item 959 
L. C. card 44-40679 Pr 32.4406: D 36/pt.3 

Youth. Volunteers for youth recreation programs, suggestions for joint recruiting 
and training [with list of re;ferences]. Mar. 1944. iii-|-28 p. [Prepared in 
cooperation with church groups, group work and r(X'reation agencies and Fed- 
eral agencies concerned with youth.] * Paper, Iflc. • Item 9.19 
L. C. card 44-41112 Pr 32.4406 : Y 8 

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848 Government Publications 

COORDINATOR OF INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS OFFICE 

Em (juarda. Em giiarda para a dofesa das Americas, ano 3, n. 7. [Business 
Publishers International Corporation, Nova York, 11M4.] cover title, 40 p. 11. f° 
[Monthly. Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] % Pr 32.4608 : p 3/7 

Same, ano 3, n. 8. [Business Publishers International Corporation, Nova 

York, 1944.] cover title, 40 p. il. f° [Monthly. Other illustrations on p. 2-4 
of cover.] 1 Pr 32.4G08 : p 3/8 

En garde. En garde pour la defense des Am^riques [v. 1, no. 3]. [Business Pub- 
lishers International Corporation, New York, N. Y., 1943] cover title, 40 p. 11. f 
[Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] J Pr 32.4G08 : f 1/3 

Same, [v. 1, no. 4]. [Business Publi.shers International Corporation, New 

York, N. Y., 1943.] cover title, 40 p. il. f° [Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] t Pr 32.4G08 : f 1/4 

Same, [v. 1, no. 5]. [Business Publishei-s International Corporation. New 

York, N. Y., 1943.] cover title, 40 p. 11. f° [Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of 
cover. ] t Pr 32.4G08 : f l/o 

Same, [v. 1, no. 6]. [Business Publishers International Corporation, New 

York, N. Y., 1943.] cover title, 40 p. il. f [Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of 
cover.] % Pr 32.4G0S : f 1/6 

En guardia para la defensa de las Americas, alio 3, no. 9. [Business Publishers 
International Corp., Nueva York, N. Y., 1944.] cover title, 40 p. il. f° [Monthly. 
Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] % Pr 32.4608 : s 3/9 

Medical entomology [with list of study references]. [1944.] 12 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] X Pr 32,4602 : En 8 

Posters. Bombardeos Nazis; [poster]. [1944.] 14.8X10.2 in. t 

Pr 32.4607 :B 63 

ECONOMIC STABILIZATION OFFICE 

Note. — The Office of Economic Stabilization was established in the Office for Emergency 
Management by Executive order 9250 of Oct. 3, 1942. 

Posters. For victory, and my personal post war world, I'm following the 7-key 
plan to hold prices down; [poster]. [1944.] 28.2X20.1 in. t War Information 
Office. Pr 32.6007 : P 93/4 

I'm out to lick runaway prices, let's all follow the 7-key plan to hold prices 

down; [poster]. [1944.] 22.5X16.1 in. t War Information Office. 

Pr 32.6007 : P 93/3 

We'll take care of the Rising Sun, you take care of rising prices; [poster]. 

[1944.] 22.7X16.2 in. t War Information Office. Pr 32.6007 : P 93/2 

You can lick runaway prices, you hold the 7 keys to hold down prices ; 

[poster]. [1944.] 22.6X16.2 in. f War Information Office. Pr 32.G007 : P 93 

FOREIGN ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION 

Export bulletin. Current export bulletin 167-174; June 2-29, 1944. [1944.] 
various paging, 4° (Supplies Bureau, Requirements and Supply Branch.) 
[Processed.] t Pr 32.5807 : 167-174 

Export schedule. Comprehensive export schedule (including general information 
and instructions), no. 14. June .^, 1944. 195 p. 4° (Supplies Bureau, Require- 
ments ami Supplv Branch.) * Paper, 20c. single copy, 6 issues $1.00; foreign 
subscription, .^l.-W • Item 4.37 Pr 32.5808: 14 

Note. — Information in this schedule supersedes that appearing in previous issues 
of the Comprehensive export schedule. Current controls bulletins 1-57 and Export bul- 
letins 58-163 of May 19, 1944. 

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July 1944 849 

PRICE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 

Anderson, C. W. No. 30200, in Supreme Court of Kansas, C. W. Anderson, vs. 
J. F. Carder, Chester Bowles, administrator of Ollice of Price Administration, 
interveuor-appellant, appeal from district court of Shawnee County, Ivans., 
Paul H. Heinz, judge; abstract of record. [1944.] cover title, i + H P- t 

Pr 32.4217 : An 23 

Same; brief for Chester Bowles, interveuor-appellant. [1944.] cover title, 

iii+29 p. 4 Pr 32.4217 : An 23/2 

California Lima Bean Oroivers Association. No. 139, in Emergency Court of 
Apijeals, California Lima Bean Growers Association v. Cliester Bowles, price 
administrator; answer. [1944.] cover title, 2 p. t ' Pr 32.4217 : C 128/2 

• Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] 

cover title, i+23 p. t Pr 32.4217 : C 128 

Commodities. Supplement to Directory of commodities and services, index to 
price regulations and jurisdiction of operating units, issue 3, supp. 4, May 15, 
1944. [1944.] ii+4y p. [All references to previously issued supplements 
should be discontinued.] Included in price of Directory. • Item 9<j3 

Pr 32.4206 : C 73/943-2/supp.4 

Consumer goods. Manual for investigation of jobbers of consumer durable goods 
for record keeping and reporting compliance under GMPR. Feb. 10, 1944. 
[1]+13 p. 4° [Processed.] t Pr 32.4206 : R 24 

Crawford d Doherty Foundry Co. No. 138, in Emergency Court of Appeals, 
Crawford & Doherty Foundry Co., an Oregon corporation, v. Chester Bowles, 
price administrator ; answer. [1944.] cover title, 4 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : C 859/2 

Same ; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] cover 

title, i+102 p. t Pr 32.4217 : C 859 

Cudahy Bros. Co. No. 135, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Cudahy Brothers 
Co. V. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; transcript of proceedings before 
price administrator. [1944.] cover title, ii+344 p. il. t Pr 32.4217 : C 893/10 

Food. OPA food guide for retailers ; May 1944. [1944.] [4] p. 4° [Monthly.] 
t • Item 963. Pr 32.4241 : 944/4 

Same, June 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 4° (Information Department.) 

[Monthly.] t • Item 963 Pr 32.4241 : 944/5 

Foster d Co. No. 140. in Emergency Court of Appeals, Foster and Company v. 
Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1944.] cover title, 3 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : F 819/2 

Same ; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] cover 

title, i+48 p. t Pr 32.4217 : F 819 

Gallagher's Steak House, Inc. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, 
Gallagher's Steak House, Inc., v. Chester Bowles, administrator, Oflice of 
Price Administration [et al.] ; brief for defendants-appellees. [1944.] cover 
title, vii-f42 p. I Pr 32.4217 : G 135 

Great Britain. British wartime price administration, 1939-43; by James S. 
Earley, L. Margaret Hall, and Marjorie S. Berger. [1944.] cover title, [134] 
p. il. 4° [Processed. Revision of British wartime price administration and 
price movements, issued Feb. 4, 1942.] f 
L. C. card 44-41123 Pr 32.4202 : B 77/944 

Reims'' Riverside Abattoir. Nos. 102-103, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Ed- 
ward Heinz et al. [co-partners doing business as H<'inz' Riverside Abattoir, et 
al.] V. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; E. Kahn's Sons Company v. 
[same] ; supplemental transcript of proceedings b(>fore price administiator. 
[1944.] cover title, iii-f-173 p. t Pr 32.4217 : H 305/3 

Joliet Oil Corporation. No. 8359, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Joliet Oil Corporation v. Prentiss M. Brown, administrator. Office of Price 
Administration, et al., appeal from district court for northern district of 
Illinois, eastern division, William H. Holly, trial judge; appellee's brief. 
[1944.] cover title, iii-f 45 p. t Pr 32.4217 : J 681 

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850 Government Publications 

Kingan <£■ Co. No. 124, in Emergency Conrt of Appeals, Kingan & Co., a New 
Jersey corporation, v. Cliester Bowles, price administrator; brief for ad- 
ministrator. [1944.] cover title, ii +26 p. t Pr 32.4217 : K 589/3 

Meat. Manual for meat retailers. June 15, 1944. 10 p. il. 4° (OPA trade bulletin.) 
[This trade bulletin covers only the main points of Maximum price regula- 
tions 336, 3r»5, and 394 and does not take their places.] t • Item 963 

Pr 32.4244 : M 46 

Morris, Harry, Service Station. No. 11,000, in circuit court of appeals for 5th 
circuit, Chester Bowles, administrator. Office of Price Administration et al., v. 
Beulah Jacobson, joined by her husband, Robert Jacobson, operator and owner 
under trade name of Harry Morris Service Station, appeal from district court 
for northern district of Texas; transcript of record. [1944.] cover title, 
i-f72 p. t Pr 32.4217 : M 832 

Nagle, M. H., Inc. No. 98, in Emergency Court of Appeals, M. H. Nagle, Inc., v. 
Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1943.] cover title, 4 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : N 136/4 

Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator, pt. 2. [1943.] 

cover title, i-f 169 p. il. t Pr 32.4217 : N 136/3 

Pork. Retail price changes on certain pork cuts, effective Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. 4° (OPA trade bulletin.) [This trade bulletin covers only the main points 
of Amendment 12 to Maximiim price regulation 336 and does not take its 
place. ] t Pr 32.4244 : P 82 

Posters. Cost of living in 2 wars, keep up the good work, keep down living costs ; 
[poster]. 1944. 40X28.4 in. [Illustrator, L. Helgiiera. This poster also issued 
in size 28X20 in.] t Pr 32.4212 : C 82/3 

Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? [poster]. 

1944. 40.1X28.5 in. [Illustrator, Harold von Schmidt. This poster also issued 
in size 28X20 in. and 20X14.2 in.] t Pr 32.4212 : G 21 

Powers, Liicim. No. 127, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Lucius Powers and 
W. E. Urick v. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; brief for administrator. 
[1944.] cover title, i+29 p. t Pr 32.4217 : P 873/3 

Price panels. Manual of price panel operation : Foreword ; pt. 1, Organization 
and functions of price panels. Washington, D. C, Mar. 20^- 1944. [2] -j-13 p. 4° 
[Processed. ] t Pr 32.4206 : P 93/9/pt.l 

Price regulations. 

Note. — Price schedules and regulations, amendments, and orders are issued as pre- 
prints or reprints from the Federal register and do not appear in the Monthly catalog. 
The regulations are compiled and printed to include, to date of publication, all amend- 
ments and digests of supplementary orders thereto, and are entered in this catalog. 
Price schedules and regulations are available from the Printing and Distribution 
Branch, Office of Price Administration, Washington 25, D. C, and requests will be 
filled to include all additional amendments issued to date of request. 

Rabkin, Isaac. No. 130, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Isaac Rabkin v. Chester 
Bowles, price administrator; brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, 
i-f 20 p. [The imprint date is given incorrectly on p. 20 as 1943.] t 

Pr 32.4217 : R 113/3 

Repair of certain appliances and equipment; issued by Department of Informa- 
tion. Jan. I&i4. [4] p. 4° (OPA service trades bulletin 9.) [This bulletin 
contains only the main points of Supplementary regulation 22 to Maximum 
price regulation 165, as amended.] t Pr 32.4222: 9 

Roseclale Show Bur. No. 9706, in circuit court of appeals for 6th district, John 
Jatros, individually and doing business as Rosedale Show Bar v. Chester 
Bowles, administrator. Office of Price Administration, appeal from district 
court for eastern district of Michigan, southern division ; appellees' brief. 
[1944.] cover title, i +10 p. t Pr 32.4217 : R 721 

Roth Hotel Co. No. 128, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Roth Hotel Company. 
Stats Hotel Corporation, and St. Francis Hotel, Inc., v. Chester Bowles, price 
administrator; brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, i+20 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : R 742/3 

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July 1944 851 

Sims, J. E. No. 5241, in circuit court of appeals, 4th circuit, E. H. Talbert [as 
State director of Office of Price Aduiiiiistration, Columbia, S. C. ], et al., v. 
J. E. Sims, appeal from district court for eastern district of South Carolina ; 
brief for appellants. [1944.] cover title, ii +22 p. + Pr 32.4217 : Si 58 

Same ; appendix. [1944.] cover title, i + 104 p. % Pr 32.4217 : Si 58/2 

Soundview Pulp Co. [No.] 29207, in Supreme Court of State of Washington, 
Soundview Pulp Company r. Jatk Taylor, as commissioner of public lands of 
State of Washington ; State of Washington on relation of Coos Bay Pulp 
Corporation r. [same] ; Coos Bay Pulp Corporation v. [same], appeal from 
superior court of Thurston County, Wash., John M. Wilson, judge; supplemental 
brief for Office of Price Administration, amicus curiae. [1944.] cover title, 
iii+39 p. 4° t Pr 32.4217: So 84 

Speichcr, Walter D. No. 42G07, in Supreme Court, Michigan, Walter D. Speicher 
V. Nina Sowell and William C. Sowell, defendants, and Chester Bowles, admin- 
istrator, Office of Price Administration, intervening defendant and appellant, 
Ona Dunlop, receiver of Liesner Engineering Company, appellee, appeal from 
circuit court for county of Wayne, in chancery; Guy A. Miller, circuit judge; 
brief on appellant's petition for reargument. |1944.] cover title, 20 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : Sp 32/2 

Subsidies. Essential role of subsidies in stabilization program. 1944. cover 
title, iv+23 p. * Paper, 10c. • Item 963 
L. C. card 44-41015 Pr 32.4202 : Su 1/^44 

Taylor, Stanley W. No. 10509, in circuit court of appeals, 9th circuit, Stanley 
W. Taylor, Isabelle D. Taylor, and Evelyn Flynn, v. Chester Bowles, administra- 
tor, Office of Price Administration ; appellee's brief. [1944.] cover title, 
i+32 p. t Pr 32.4217 : T 218/8 

Transportation Committee bulletin, v. 2, no. 5 ; May- June 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Two months issued as one publication.] t •Item 963 

Pr 32.4235 : 2/5 

Twin Falls County, Idaho. In Supreme Court of Idaho, Twin Falls County, 
political subdivision of Idaho, rs. William C. Hulbert, Chester Bowles, adminis- 
trator of Office of Price Administration ; brief of Chester Bowles, intervenor- 
respondent. [1944.] cover title, 36 p. t Pr 32.4217 : T 923 

Wells Lanioiit Corporation. Nos. 112 and 129 (consolidated), in Emergency 
Court of Appeals, Wells Lamont Corporation v. Chester Bowles, price adminis- 
trator; brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, ii+32 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : W 462/6 

Wil.'ion d Co., Inc. No. 143, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Wilson & Co., Inc. v. 
Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1944.] cover title, 4 p. t 

Pr 32.4217 : W 099/6 

Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1044.1 

cover title, i +56 p. t Pr 32.4317 : \V 699/5 

WAR INFORMATION OFFICE 

Inrentions. Wanted, inventive ideas. [May 1944.] S p. 4" [Prepared for 
National Inventors Council, Commerce Department.] t Pr 32.5002 : In 8 

Legal divisions of Federal departments and agencies; [May 1, 1944]. [1944.] 
8 p. [Processed.] t Pr 32.5002 : L 52/944 

P't.^ters. Advance bulletin of new posters, Jan. 1944. [1944.] [2| p. il 4° 
[Monthly. Previous i.ssues not entered in the Monthly catalog. | t 

Pr 32.5027 : 944/ 1 

Same, Feb. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. il. 4° [Monthly.] t Pr 32.5027 : 944/2 

Same, Mar. 1944. [1944.] [2| p. il 4" [Monthly.] t Pr 32.5027 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. il. 4" [Monthly.] t Pr 32.5027 : 944/4 

Same, May 1944. [1944.] |2] p. il. 4" [Monthly.] t Pr 32.5027 : 944/5 

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852 



Government Publications 



WAE MANPOWER COMMISSION 

Job itistruction, sessions outline and reference material, copy no. , for personal 

use of , as a war production trainer. 1944. cover title, 76 p. il. 4° (Train- 
ing Within Industry Service, Training Bureau.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 
• Item I)r.4 
L. C. card 44-41111 Pr 32.5206 : J 57/6 

Labor market. Adequacy of labor supply in important labor market areas [list], 
Jan. 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed. Previous issues nor 
entered in the Monthly catalog.] t Pr 32..j2l7 : 944/1 

Same, Feb. 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4° [INIouthly. Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5217 : 944/2 

Same, Mar. 1944. [1944.] [4] leaves, 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5217 : 944/3 
6 p. 



Same, Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 
Same, May 1, 1944. [1914.] 
Same, June 1, 1944. [1944.] 



6 p. 4° 



[Monthly. 
[Monthly. 
[Monthly. 



Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5217 : 944/4 

Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5217 : 944/5 



Processed.] t 
Pr 32.5217 ; 



6 p. 4° 

944/6 

Manpo^oer. USES local office activities, Jan. 1944. [1944.] [l]+3+[2] p. 4" 
[Monthly. Processed. Previous issues not entered in the Monthly catalog 1* ± 

Pr 32..J21S : 944/1 

Same, with title, Placement activities, Feb. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° 

[Monthly. Processed.] t Pr 32.5218 : 944/2 

Same, Mar. 1944. [1944.] [4] leaves, 4° [Monthlv. Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5218 : 944/3 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

Pr 32.5218 : 944/4 

Manpoiver revieic, official publication of War Manpower Commission, June 1944 ; 

V. 11, no. 6. [1944.] 16 p. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, ivl.CO a yr., 

foreign subscription, $1.40. • Item 544 

L. C. card L35-100 Pr 32.5209 : 11/6 

Occupations. National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel [mono- 
graphs]. [1944.] [Processed.] t 



Description of profession of : 
Accounting. 4 p. 
Aeronautical enjcineoring. 4 p. 
Agricultural engineering. 4 p. 
Agronomy. 4 p. 
Anatomy. 2 p. 

Astronomy (including astrophysics). 2 p. 
Bacteriology. 4 p. 
Ceramic engineering. 3 p. 
Chemical engineering. 4 p. 
Chemistry. C! p. 
Civil engineering. 6 p. 

Electrical engineering. 5 p. ' 

Entomology. 3 p. 

Forestry including range management. 3 p. 
Geology. 3 p. 
Geophysics. 3 p. 
Horticulture. 3 p. 
Industrial engineering. 3 p. 
Marine engineering. 2 p. 
Mathematics. 2 p. 
Mecliani<-al engineering. 7 p. 
Medical pathology. 2 p. 
Medical pliysiology. 2 p. 
Metallurgy, metallurgical engineering, and mineral technology. 

correclions on p. 1.] 
Meteorology. 3 p. 
Mining engineering. 5 p. 
Naval architecture. 3 p. 
Oceanography. 1 p. 
Parasitology. 2 p. 

Petroleum and natural gas engineering. 3 p. 
Pharmacology. 2 p. 



Pr 32.5219 : Ae 2 
Pr 32. .5219 : Ae 8 
Pr 32.5219 : Ag 8 

Pr 32.5219 : Ag 8/2 
Pr 32.5219 : An 1 
Pr 32.5219 : As 8 
Pr3J.5L:i9 : B 13 
Pr 32. 5219 : C 33 
Pr 32.5219 : C 42 

Pr 32.5219 : C 42/2 
Pr 32.5219 : C 49 
Pr 32.5219 : El 2 
Pr 32.5219 : En 8 
Pr 32.5219 : F 76 
Pr 32.5219: G 29 

Pr 32.5219: G 29/2 
Pr 32.5219: H 78 
Pr 32.5219: In 2 
Pr 32.5219: M 33 
Pr 32.5219 : M 42 
Pr 32.5219 : M 46 

Pr 32.5219 : M 46/2 
Pr 32.5219 : M 46/3 

5 p. [Manuscript 
Pr 32.5219 : M 56 
Pr 32.5219: M 56/2 
Pr 32.5219 : M 66 
Pr 32.5219: N 22 
Pr 32.5219: Go 2 
Pr 32.5219: P 21 
Pr 32.5219: P 44 
Pr 32.5219: P 49 



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July 1944 853 

Occupations — Continued. 

Physics. 6 p. S''?.Hr,^^S^S 

Plant patholosy and plant physiology. 2 p. Pr 32.5219 : P 69 

Safety engineering. 2 p. i'r 32.5219 : ba 1 

WAR MOBILIZATION OFFICE 

XoTE ■ — The Office of War MobiliziUion was established in the Office of Emergency 
Management l)v Kxeciitive order 9347 of May 27, 1943. 

Th(' S'.irplus War Property Administration was established in the Office of \> ar 
Mobilization under the provisions of Executive order 9425 of Feb. 19, 1944. 

Surplus War Property Administration regulation 1. [1944.] 30 p. (Surplus 
War Property Administration.) * Paper, lOc. © Item 954 
L. C. card 44^1110 Pr 32.5908 : 1 

WAR PRODUCTION BOARD 

Buihiiiifjs. National emergency specifications for design of reinforced concrete 
buildings, dated Nov. 10. 1942, including amendment dated Mar. 30, 1944. 
[1944.] [l]+38 p. t • Item 969 Pr 32.4802 : C 74/&44 

Forms, blanks, etc. Analysis of use of WPB forms, coverage, methods, and con- 
tents, issue no. 2. Apr. 1944. cover title, [3] +120 p. oblong large 8° 
[Processed.] t • Pr 32.4802 : F 76/2/no.2 

Table 1, Analysis of WI'B forms, description of coverage and methodology 

[revised pages.] [1944.] p. 15.j. oblong 8" [Processed.^ To be inserted in 
Analysis of use of W. P. B. forms, issue no. 1, Dec. 1943.] + 

Pr 32.4802 : F 76/2/no.l/p.l55-156 

Lahor and manaqement news, ofl5cial weekly publication of War Production 
Drive, v. 2, no. 29-32; June 3-24, 1944. [1944.] Each [8] p. il. f" t • 

Pr 32.4820 : 2/29-32 

Lumber. Selective service problems in relation to lumber and pulpwood produc- 
tion. [1944.] 4 p. 4° (Forest Products Bureau.) t Pr 32.4802 : L 97/2 

Materials. Material substitutions and supply list, issue 11 ; Jan. 15, 1944. [1944.] 
4 p 4" (Conservation Division.) [Previous issues not entered in the Monthly 
catalog.] t Pr 32.4826: 11 

Same, issue 12; Apr. 15, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° (Conservation Divi- 
sion.) t Pr 32.4826: 12 

Products and priorities, June 1944. [1944.] vi+lS2 p. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 
20c single copy, $2.00 a yr. • Item 909 Pr 32.4813 : 944/6 

Salvage. Home salvage program for industrial workers. [1944.] [2] p. oblong 
large 8°, folded into 5+[l] p. 4° size. (Salvage Division.) t 

Pr 32.4802 : Sa 3/4 

Smaller War Plants Corporation, program and progress report. [1944.] cover 
title, vi+r)8 p. il. [11th bimonthly report, Feb. 1-Mar. 31, 1944. Text on p. 2 
of cover.] f • Item 96i) Pr 32.4825: 11 

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

Monthly review, June 1944; v. 5, no. 5. Chicago, 111. [1944.] cover title, p. 81- 
96, il. 4° [Processed. Text and another illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] t 

RK 1.7/2 : 5/5 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

Note. — The decisions or opinions of the Securities and Exchange Commission are issued 
in proccs.std form immediately upon tl eir release, and copies are distributed by the Com- 
mission upon request. Tliey are published later in printed form in bound volumes only. 

Corporations. Survey of American listed corporations, reported information on 
registrants with Securities and Exchange Commission under securities act of 

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854 GovpaiXMENT Publications 

VorporationK — Continued, 
inaa and securities exchange act of 1934: Data on profits and operations, 
m3(>-J2. Jan.-Mar. 144. 4 pts. [xl] +28S+297+318+314 p. Oblong 8" 
[Processed. ] f 

L. C. card 44-40787 SE 1.2 : C 81/5/936-42/pt.l^ 

RegiMralion record, securities act of 1933 (trust indenture act of 1939) June 
1-30, 1944. n944.] various paging, 4" [Daily except Sundays and holidays. 
Processed.! t SE 1.13 : 944/123-148 

Securiiies. Otiicial summary of security transactions and holdings reported to 
Securities and Exchange Commission under securities exchange act of 1934, 
public utility holding act of 1935, and investment company act of 1&40; v. 10, 
no. T5. [1944.] vi+68 p. 4° [Proce.ssed. Reports filed with Commission 
Apr. 11-May 10, 1944, and reports for previous months not previously pub- 
lished.] t 
L. C. card 35-26732 SE 1.9 : 10/5 

Statistical Mlletin, May 1944; v. 3, no. 5. [1944.] [1]+15 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t 
L. C. card 43-51997 SE 1.20 : 3/5 



SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

Selective service, v. 4, no. 5; May 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. large 4" [Monthly 1 
t • Item 992 * l j j 

L. C. card 41-50044 Y S.Se 4 : 9/4-5 

Selective service manual Notice, packet [of pages for 2d printing, 2d edition. 
Selective service manual] no. 42; [May 15, 1944]. [1944.] [63] p. [Issued 
in loose-leaf form. Packet no. 41, which contains Amendments 222 and 223, 
was given a limited distribution to State headquarters, camp directors, and 
Justice Department only.] Included in price of Packet no. 1. • Item 994 ' 

Y3.Se 4: 7/943-42 
Note. — This packet of pages for insertion in the Selective service manual contains 
Amendments 22-1-234. 

Same, no. 43 ; [June 8, 1944]. [1944.] [31] p. [Issued in loose-leaf form. 

The last page has been left blank to be used for memoranda.] Included in 
price of Packet no. 1. • Item 994 Y 3.Se 4 : 7/943-43 

Note. — This packet of pages for insertion in the Selective service manual contains 
Amendment 2:^5 and 286 and paijes 21-L. 22-L. and 22-La which have been reprinted 
to show amendment to sec. 9 of Selective training and service act of 1940, as amended. 
Pages 1.3-L, 14-L, 60.5-9, 608-7, 608-8, 618-3, 618-4, and 628-5, which have been re- 
printed but do not contain nevv material, are also included in this packet. 

Selective training and service act of 1940, as amended. 1944. [11+24 p. t 
• Item 990 
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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

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cants for the publications in this list are resquostod to state tlic grounds for their requests, 
as the Institution is able to supply papers only as an aid to the researches or studies in 
which they are cspccUilJy interested. These papers are distributed gratis, except where 
price IS given, and should be ordered by the publication numbers, arranged in sequence 
The .serial publications of the Sniitb|,sonian Institution are as follows: 1. Smithsonian 
contributions to knowledge; 2. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections; 3. Smithsonian annual 
reports. No setK of these are for sale or distribution, as most of the volumes are out of 
print. Sp<'Cial publications are also issued from time to time. The papers i.ssued in the 
series of Contributions to knowledge and'IVIiscellaneous collections are not public documents, 
but are printed in limited editions at the exiicnse of the Smitlisonian Fund. They are dis- 
tributed without charge to pul)lic libraries. cducatioTial rstablisbments, and learned societies 
in this country and abroad; and are .supplied to other institutions, and to individuals at 
the prices indicated. Remittances should be made payable to the "Smithsonian Institution." 
A discount of 20 percent is allowed to book dealers. The Smithsonian report volumes and 

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the papers reprinted in separate form therefrom are distributed gratuitouxly by the Insti- 
tion to libraries and individuals througliout the woi'ld. Very few of the Report volumes 
are now available at the Institution, but some of those of which the Smithsonian edition 
is exhausted can be purchased from tb,e Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing 
Office, Washington 25. D. C. The Institution maintains mailing lists of public libraries and 
other educational establishments, but no {icncrul mniliiig-Iist of individuals. A library 
making application to l)e listed for Smithsonian publications should state the number of 
publications which it contains and the date of its establishment, and have the endorsement 
of a Member of Congress. 

The only Smithsonian publications that are regularly issued as public documents are the 
annual report volumes. The publications in the other series have free transmission by 
mail, and, therefore, are included in the Monthly catalog. 

French Indocliina. Peoples of French Indochina [with selected bibliography] ; 
by Olov R. T. Janse. Washington, June 12, 1944 [Lord Baltimore Press, Balti- 
more, Md.]. iv-f28 p. 1 pi. 24 p. of pi. map, (Publication 3768; War back- 
ground studies no. 19. ) f 
L. C. card 44-41029 SI 1.14 : 19 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Report. Annual report of American Historical Association, 1942 : v. 2, Letters 
from Berlin Embassy 1871-74, 1880-85; edited by Paul Knaplund. 1944. 
[1] +428 p. * Cloth, $1.25. • Item 1002 
L. C. card 44-40955 SI 4.1 : 942/v.2 

■ Same. (H. doc. 12 [v. 2], 78th Cong. 1st sess.) 



STATE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — All publications of the Department (except laws, treaties, and translations) have 
since Oct. 1, 1929, been numbered consecutively in the order in which they were sent to press. 
Publications of a similar character are brought within well-defined series, and each series 
publication bears a series number in addition to its publication number. The diplomatic 
correspondence of the United States is pulilished in the volumes entitled Foreign relations 
of the United States. Laws are first published in slip form in separate series (public and 
private) and are numbered withdn eath series in the order in which they become law ; 
they are later published in bound form in the United States Statutes at large. Treaties 
are Issued in a separate series and are numbered in the order in which they are pro- 
claimed. Treaties are also published in the compilation Treaties and other international 
acts of the United States of America, which contains literal copies of the documents, 
followed by notes of a textual and procedural character. Spanish, Portuguese, and French 
translations prepared by the Department's Central Translating Office, have th^ir own pub- 
lication numbers running consecutively from 1. The Department of State Bulletin published 
weekly and indexed semiannually as of the dates of the last issues in .June and December, 
contains the texts of the daily mimeographed press releases, information regarding treaties, 
and other material on the Department's work. The Bulletin contains each quarter a 
complete list of the Department's publications for the preceding quarter. 

The list below fre(iuently includes cei-tain relevant publications issued by other agencies 
of the Government under rt-quisition of the Department of State and certain relevant con- 
gressional documents. 

For information concerning Executive orders and Proclamations of the President, for- 
merly published by the State Department, but beginning with Mar. 12, 19.36, distributed 
by the Federal Register Division, see National Archives, Federal Register Division, Federal 
register. 

Addresses. Bases da politlca exterior dos Estados Unidos. declaracao feita em 
21 de margo de 1944 pelo Cordell Hull, Secretnrio de Estado dos Estado.s Unidos 
da America, Washington, D. C. [1944.] 5 p. narrow 8° ( [Tradugao de 
Repartigao Central de Tradu<;oes; Publicac;ao TC-182.]) f • Item 1029 

S 10.7 : 182 

Ctiltural-cooperation program of Drpartnient of State, address by G. How- 
land Shaw, Assistant Secretary of State, at Loyola University Forum, New 
Orleans, La., May 8, 1944. 1944. [2]-|-14 p. narrow 8° ([Publication 2130.]) 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 1019 

L. C. card 44-41125 S 1.2 : C 89 

La politica exterior de los Estados Unidos de America, discnrso del Cordell 

Hull, Secretario de Estado de los Estados Unidos, AVashington, D. C, 9 de abril 
de 1944. [1944.] 18 p. narrow 8° ( [Traduccion de la Oficina Central de 
Traduccitmes; Publicacioii TC-lSl.]) t • Item 1029 8 16.7:181 

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856 GOVEKNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Addresses — Continued. 

A politica oxfcrior dos Estados Unidos da America, discnrso do Cordell 

Hull, Secretririo do Esfado dos Estados Unidos, Washington, D. C, 9 de abril 
do 1944. [1944.1 17 p. narrow 8° ( [Tradu^ao da Repartigao Central de 
TraduQiles; Publicacao TC-1S8.]) t • Item 1029 816.7:183 

Alaska Ilighiraii. Flight strips along Alaska Highway, agreement between United 
States and Canada, effected by exchange of notes; signed Ottawa Aug. 26 and 
Sept. 10. 1942. 1944. [2] +2 p. (Executive agreement series 381; [Publi- 
cation 2112.].) * Paper, ;jc. • Item 1037 
L. C. card 44-41126 8 9.8:381 

Haines-Champagne section of Alaska Highway, agreement between United 

States and Canada, effected by exchange of notes ; signed Ottawa Nov. 28 and 
Dec. 7, 1942. 1944. [2] +2 p. (Executive agreement series 382; [Publication 
2123].) * Paper, .^.c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41127 8 9.8 : 382 

Sontliern terminus of Alaska Highway, agreement between United States 

and Canada, effected by exchange of notes ; signed Ottawa May 4 and 9, 1942. 
1944. [2] +2 p. (Executive agreement series 380; [Publication 2122].) 

* Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-4112<S 8 9.8 : 380 

Blocked 7intio)ials. Proclaimed list of certain blocked nationals, cumulative supp. 
3, June 2, 1944. containing additions, amendments, and deletions made since 
revision 7 of Mar. 23, 1944. 1944. [3] +36 p. ( [Publication 2132.] ) f • 
L. C. card 44-40801 8 1.2 : N 21/944/supp.3 

Brazil. Health and sanitation program, agreement between United States and 
Brazil, effected by exchange of notes ; signed Wasliington Mar. 14. 1942. 1944. 
[2] +3 p. (Executive agreement series 372; [Publication 2063].) [The 1st 
print of this publication, with signature mark 93870—44. which was entered 
in the Monthly catalog for Apr. 1944. p. 433, has been replaced by this cor- 
rected print witli .signature mark 585607-44.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 
L. C. card 44— 10729 8 9.8 : 372 

Health and sanitation program, agreement between United States and 

Brazil; signed Rio de Janeiro July 17. 1942. 1944. [2] +8 p. (Executive 
agreement series 373 ; [Publication 2115].) [English and Portuguese.] ♦Pa- 
per, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41129 8 9.8 : 373 

Health and sanitation program, agi-eement between United States and 

Brazil; signed Rio de Janeiro Feb. 10, 1943. 1944. [2]+7p. (Executive 
agreement series 374; [Publication 2116].) [English and Portuguese.] 

* Paper, 5c. • Item 1037. 

L. C. card 44-41130 8 9.8:374 

Health and sanitation program, agreement between United States and 

Brazil, signed Rio de Janeiro Nov. 25. 1943, effective Jan. 1, 1944; and ex- 
changes of notes, signed Nov. 9 and 25, 1943. 1944. [2] +17 p. (Executive 
agreement series 375; [Publication 2119].) * Pai>ei% 10c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41131 S 9.8 : 375 

Bulletin. Department of State bulletin, June 3-24, 1944; v. 10, no. 258-261. 
[1944.] [2] +509-596 p. 4» (Publication 2139, 2144, 2145, 2147.) [Weekly.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, $2.75 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.50. • Item 1()14 
L. C. card 39-26945. 8 1.3 : 10/258-261 

Canada. Canol project, agreement between United States and Canada, effected 
by exchange of notes ; signed Ottawa June 27 and 29. 1942. effective June 29. 
1942.1944. [2] +3 p. (Executive agreement series 386 ; [Publication 2126].) 

* Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41132 8 9.8:386 

Canol project exploratory wells, agreement between United States and 

Canada, effected by exchanges of notes; signed Ottawa Dec. 28, 1942, and Jan. 
13. 1943. 1944. [2] +2 p. (Executive agreement series 388; [Publication 
21331.) *PaiK>r. 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41133 8 9.8:388 

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Canada — Continued. 

Cauol project pipeline, agreement between United States and Canada, 

elfoctt'd by exchanges of notes; signed Ottawa Aug. 14 and 15, 1942. 1944. 
[2] +2 p. (Executive agreement series 387; [Publication 2127].) * Paper, 5c. 
• Itom 1037. 

L. C. card 44-41134 S 9.8: 387 

Importation privileges for government officials and employees, agreement 

between United States and Canada, effected by exchanges of notes; signed 
Ottawa July 21, Oct. 29, and Nov. 9, 1942. 1944. [2] +3 p. (Executive agree- 
ment series 383; [Publication 2124]".) * Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41135 S 9.8 : 383 

Contagious diseases. Mol^stias contagiosas, por A. M. Stimson ; traducjao em 
Portugues da Publicagao geral numero 30 do Servigo de Sai'ide I'ublica. 
[Reprint with changes] 1944. iv+124 p. 8 p. of pi. ([Publicagao 2 da Repar- 
tigao Central de Tradugues. J ) [For the English edition of Miscellaneous pub- 
lication 30 of Public Health Service, see the Monthly catalog for Oct. 1939, p. 
1513.] ■ • Item 1029 . S 16.7 : 2/1-2 

Diplomatic list, June 1944. [1944.] cover title, ii+121 p. 24° ([Publication 
2138.]) [Monthly. Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a 
yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.25. • Item 1015 
L. C. card 10-16292 S 1.8 : 944/6 

Education. La educacion en los Estados Unidos de America. 1944. vi-f52-|-[l] 
p. il. 4° (Traduccion de la Oficina Central de Traduccioues ; Publication 
TC-179.) t • Item 1029 816.7:179 

Foreign service. Certain officers and employees of foreign service of United 
States, report from Secretary of State with reference to enactment of legis- 
lation for relief of certain officers and employees of foreign service of United 
States [who have sustained losses by reason of war conditions]. May 29, 1944. 
22 p. (H. doc. 622, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Foreign service list (abridged), Apr. 1, 1944. 1944. iv-|-60 p. ([Publication 
2121.]) * Papei", 2()c single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription 05c. • Item- 
1017. 
L. G. card 10-16369 S 1.7 : 944/abr.ed.-l 

Note. — In the interest of economy the Foreign service list will be issued in complete 
form us of Jan. 1 and in abridged form as of Apr. 1, July 1, and Oct. 1. 

Personnel program of Department of State, principles and policies. [1944.] 
[2] +8 p. narrow 8° ( [Publication 2129.] ) * Paper, 5c. • Item 1019 
L. C. card 44-41122 S 1.2 : P 43 

Treaties in force, list of treaties and other international acts of United States 
in force on Dec. 31, 1941. 1944. viii+275 p. ([Publication 2103.]) [This 
publication constitutes a revision and takes the place of Publication 430, List 
of treaties and other international acts of United States in force Dec. 31, 1932, 
which was issued by State Department in 1933 as a supplement to Treaty in- 
formation bulletin 39, Dec. 1932. The present revision covers the period from 
Dec. 31, 1932 to Dec. 31, 1941.] * Paper, 40c. • Item 1019 
L. C. card 44-41105 S 9.2 : T 71/12/941 

SUPREME COURT 

Harmon, C. C. Transcript of record, Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1943, no. 741, commissioner of internal revenue vs. C. C. Harmon, on writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit. [1944.] cover title, 
ii-f 83 p. % Ju 6.7 : H 228/2 

[Journal] June 5 and 12, 1944. [1944.] leaves 233-245. t Ju 6.5: 943 

Opinions. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court of United States at Oct. term, 
1943.] [Issued spearately.] t Clerk of Court. 

9. State of Kansas vs. Missouri, bill in equity; May 8, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 

15 p. [This case is designated as No. 9, original.] .Tu (!.S/la : K 1.'{;!/10 

33. Northwest Airlines, Inc., vs. Minnesota, on writ of certiorari to Supreme 

Court of Minnesota ; May 15, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 27 p. Ju C.S/la : N 819/6 

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858 Government Publications 

Opinions — Continued. 

130-133. Bessie P. Douglas r». commisaioncr of intfrnal revenue; [same] vs. [same]; 
estate of Charles II. Kobinsou, Northwestern National Bank and Trust 
Company of Minneapolis, et al., etc, vs. [same]; Bernice B. Dalrymple vs. 
[.same], on writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; 
May 15, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 10 + 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : D 745/3 

193. Samuel Feldman vs. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit ; May 2!», l'.>44. n. p. [1944.] 13 p. Ju G.8/la : F ;^33 

217. Wilma E. Addison et al. vs. Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc , on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for Hth circuit; June 5, ' 1944. n. p. [1944.] 
12 + 2 + 14 p. Ju 6.8/la : Ad 26 

226. Polish National Alliance of United States of North America vs. National Labor 
Relations Board, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th 
circuit; June ;">, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 8 p. Ju 6.8/la : P 759/2 

252. J. Howell Flournoy, sheriff and ex-ofticio tax collector, V8 Samuel G. Wiener, 
William li. Wiener, and Jacques L. Wiener, appeal from Supreme Court of 
Louisiana; Feb. 28, 1944. n. p. [1944.] 16 p. Ju 6.8/la : W 636/2 

291. Union Brokerage Company rs Norman G. Jensen and Curtis M. Kime, on writ 
of certiorari to Supreme Court of Minnesota; May 8, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 
8 p. Ju 6.8/la : Un 33/6 

311. Murray K. McLeod, commissioner of revenues of Arkansas, vs. J. E. Dilworth 
Company and Keichnian-Crosby Company, on writ of certiorari to Supreme 
Court of Arkansas; May 15, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 7 p. Ju 6.8/la : Ar 4k/10 
311,441,355. Murray B. MtLeod, commissioner of revenue of Arkansas vs. J. E. Dilworth 
Company and Reichman-Crosby Company, on writ of certiorari to Supreme 
Court of Arkansas ; General Trading Company, a corporation doing business 
as Minneapolis Iron Store vs. State Tax Commission of Iowa, on writ of 
certiorari to Supreme Court of Iowa ; International Harvester Company and 
International Harvester Company of America vs. Department of Treasury of 
Indiana et al., on appeal from Supreme Court of Indiana ; May 15. 1944 
n. p. [1944]. 12 p. Ju 6.8/la : Ar 4 k/11 

317. Crites, Incorporated, vs. Prudential Insurance Company of America, Richard 
Simkins and George Florence, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 6th circuit; May 22, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 9 p. Ju 6.8/la : C 869 

349. Carlos M. DeCastro v.i. Board of Commissioners of San Juan, on certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit; May 29, 1944. n. p. [19441. 11 p 

Ju 6.8/la : D 355 

354. United States vs. South-Eastern Underwriters Association et al., on appeal 

from district court for northern district of Georgia ; June 5, 1944. n. p. 
[1944]. 22 + 16+ [1] +9 p. Ju 6.8/la : S o 87/3 

355. International Harvester Company and International Harvester Company of 

America i'«. Department of Treasury of Indiana, M. Clifford Townsend, 
Joseph M. Robertson, et al., etc., appeal from Supreme Court of Indiana; 
May 15, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 7 p. Ju 6.8/la : In 85/14 

392. Universal Oil I'roducts Company vs. Globe Oil &»Refining Company, on writ 
of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit ; Mav 29. 1944. 
n. p. [1944]. 12 p. Ju 6.8/la : Un 38 

398. Hazel-Atlas Glass Company vs. Hartford-Empire Company, on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit; May 15, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 24 p. 

Ju 6.8/la : H 337 

423. Shawkee Manufacturing Company [et al.] vs. Hartford-Empire Company, on 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit : Mav 15, 1944. 
n. p. [1944]. 3 p. Ju 6.8/la :Sh 28 

433. W. D. Lyons vs. Oklahoma, on writ of certiorari to criminal court of appeals 
of Oklahoma; June 5. 1944. n. p [1944]. 8 p. Ju 6.8/la : L 995/2 

441. General Trading Company, corporation doing business as Minneapolis Iron 
Store vs. State Tax Commission of Iowa, on writ of certiorari to Supreme 
Court of Iowa ; May 15. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : M 666/13 

453. United States and interstate Commerce Commission vs. Wabash Railroad 
Company, Illinois Central Railroad Company and Illinois Terminal Railroad 
Company, on petition for rehearing; May 8. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 3 D 

.Tu 6.8/la :W 111/4 

463. Lee Arenas va. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 9th circuit; May 22. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 11 p. Ju 6.8/la : Ar 33 

497. Mario Mercado e Hi.los vs Elvira Olivieri Conimins et al.. on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 1st circuit; May 29. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 5 p 

Ju 6.8/la : M .533/2 

559. Hans Pete Mortensen and Lorraine Mortensen is. United States, on writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; May 15. 1944. n. p. 
[19441. 8 p. Ju 6.8/la : M 842 

565. Wisconsin Gas and Electric Company vs. United States, on writ of certiorari 
to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit : May 29. 1944. n p [19441 5 p. 

Ju 6.8/la :W 753/12 
020-621. International Harvester Company i'.*. Wiscoii.sin Department of Taxation ; 
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company vs. [same], appeals from 
Supreme Court of Wisconsin; May 29. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 12 p. 

Jn 6.S/1a: In 85/15 

628. Frank L. Huddleston. M. A. Stewart. Harry B. Mixon. Board of County Com- 
missioners of IjeFlore County. Okla.. et al.. etc . vs. R. H. Dwyer et al , 
on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for lOfh circuit : M.ny 15. 1944. 
n. p. [1944], 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : L 521/2 

034. Kenneth M. Keefe and Wallace D. Bradford vs. Earl L. Clark, drain cormmis- 
sioner of Oakland County. Mich., and Board of Superv'sors of Oakland 
f'onntv. cltv of Rnval Oik. intervener, on appeal from Supreme Court of 
Michigan: May 22, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 4 p. Ju 6.8/la : K 242 

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Opinions — Continued. 

648. United States v's. D. B. Ilellard on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 

for 10th circuit; May 15, l'J44. ii. p. [1944J. 5 p. Ju 6.8/la : H 867/2 

716-717. I'nited States vs. Clyde Saylor et al. : [same J vs. Clarence Poer et al appeals 

from district court for eastern district of Kentucky ; May 22, 1944. n. p 

[1944]. 6 p. Ju6.8/la: Sa 99 

767. Interstate Commerce Commission and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company 

V8. Jersey City, Fred M Vinssn, stabilization director, by Chester Bowles, 

price administrator, on appeal from district court for district of New Jersey ; 

May 29. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 17 p. Ju 6.8/la : H 869/2 

79.3. L. r. Steuart & Bro.. Inc., r.v. Chester Bowles, administrator, Ottice of I'rice 

Administration, et al . on writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals 

for District of Columbia ; May 22, 1944. n. p. [19441. 7 p. Ju G.8/la : St 46 
814. Columbia Gas & Electiic Corpo-ation vs. American Fuel and Power Company, 

etc., et al.. appeal from district court for eastern district of Kentucky ; 

May 22, 1944. n. p. [1944]. 5 p. Ju 6.8/la : C 723/8 

OflScial reports of Supreme Court, v. 321 U. S., no. 3. Preliminary print. 

[1944.] cover title, iv + [l] +414-649+ viii p. [Cases adjudged in Supreme 
Court at Get. term, 1943, (opinions, INIar. 27, concluded-Apr. 3, in part 1944, 
and memoranda of other decisions through May 22, 1944). This number con- 
tains table of cases reported in v. 321, pts. 1-3. From United States reports, 
V. 321.] * Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 per term of court ; foreign subscription, 
$2.7.5. Ju G.S/la : 321/3 

Standard Rice Co., Inc. Transcript of record, Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1943, no. 944, United States vs. Standard Rice Company, Inc., on 
petition for writ of certiorari to Court of Claims. [1944.] cover title, i+41 p. $ 

Ju 6.7 : St 24/6 

United States Dental Co. Transcript of record, Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1943, no. 811, United States rs. Margaret M. Johnscm and Mary E. 
Layton, doing business as United States Dental Company, and Voyle Clark 
Johnson, appeal from district court for district of Delaware. [1944.] cover 
title, i+19 p. t Ju 6.7 : Un 35/4 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

Food. United States con.sumption of food in terms of fats, proteins, carbo- 
hydrates, and calories, 1939^3. Washington, Feb. 1944. cover title, [2] +123 
p. il. [Processed. Page 123, last page of text is printed on inside of back 
cover.] t 
L. C. card 44-41121 TC 1.2 : F 73/939^43 

Iceland. Trade agreement between United States and Iceland, analysis of 
agreement and digests of trade data with respect to products on which con- 
cessions were granted by United States. Washington, 1944. cover title, 
[2]+114p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41120 TC 1.14 : Ic 2 

Rayon industry, selected sections of preliminary report prepared by Textile 
Division. Washington, Apr. 1944. cover title, [235] p. [Processed. Text on 
p. 2 of cover. The last page of text is printed on inside of back cover.] t 
L. C. card 44-41119 TC 1.2 : R 21 

TAX COURT 

Note. — The Tax Court reports are first promulgated in leaflet form, designated as 
"advance sheets." At the end of each month, these advance sheets are consolidated invo 
pamphlet form and published as "advance parts." Later, the advance parts are consoli- 
dated and issued in bound volumes. .V list of memorandum opinions is included i'l 'vii-h 
volume. Both the advance sheets and the advance parts are sold on subscription by the 
Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing; Office, Washington in, D. C. ' The 
subscription price of the "advance sheets" is !i;2.2.5 per volume, foreign subscviptio-), !f;2.85 ; 
sui'-'le copies usually 5c. The "advance jiarts," or monthlv consolidations, are sold as 
follows: $1.2,5 per volume, foreign subscription, .$1.8,5 (single copies vary in price). The 
price of the bound volume will be given upon application. 

Buchanan, John R. John R. Buchanan v. connnissioner of internal revenue, 
opinion; docket no. 771, promulgated May 1. 1944. [1944.] 3 p. ([Opinionl 
93.) [From T. C. Reports, V. 3.1 * Paper, .He. Ju 11.7/a : 3/93 

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Cans, Joseph K. Estate of Josopli K. Cass, by Charles A. Cass and Annie C. 
Woodle, executors, r. commissioner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket no. 
640. pronuilsated Apr. 4, 1944. [1914.] 3 p. dOpiaion] 71.) [From T. C. 
Reports, V. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/71 

Chapman, Robert F. Robert F. Chapman v. commissioner of internal reveime, 
findings of fact [and opinion] : docket no. 364, pronuilgated May 3, 1944, 
[1944.] r» p. ([Opinion] 94.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, He. 

Ju 11.7/a : 3/94 

Decisions. Reports, v.'3, no. 3. [1944.] v+ 396-552 p. [Contains decisions pro- 
mulgated Mar. 1-31, 1944.] * Paper, 20c. single copy, $1.25 a vol. ; foreign 
subscription, $1.85. Ju 11.7/a2 : 3/3 

Note. — This "adv.ince part" or "eon solid a tod issue'' contains a month's dt-cisions and 
is issued in addition to the separate opinions or "a<lvance sheets." Larer. bound 
voliinies, containing table of contents and inde.\, will be issued, the price of these 
beiuK jjiveu at the time of publication. 

Same, v. 3, no. 4. [1944.] v+552-696 p. [Contains decision.^ promulgated 

Apr. 1-30, 1944.] Ju 11.7/a2 : 3/4 

Drixcnll, J. Orcgory. J. Gregory Driscoll and Mildred W. Driscoll v. commis- 
sioner of iuternnl revenue; Mildred W. Driscoll v. [same), findings of fact 
[and opinion] ; docket nos. 2242-43, promulgated Mar. 20, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 
([Opinion] 62.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/62 

F. H. E. on Company (a dissolved corporation), v. commissioner of internal 
revenue; Fleming-Kinibell Corporation v. [same, findings of faiH and opinion] ; 
docket nos. 111575, 548, promulgated Jan. 13, 1944. [1944.] 21 p. ([Opinion] 
3. ) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/3- 

Gaylord, (Jeorge S. George S. Gaylord v. commissioner of Internal revenue ; 
Gevirnde H. Gayloi-d v. [same, findings of fact and opinions] : docket nos. 
109]"8, 109273. promulgated Feb. IS, 1944. [1944.] 16 p. ( [Opinion | 34.) 
[From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/34 

Holmes, Harry. Estate of Harry Holmes, Lucy B. Holmes, independent executrix, 
r. comniiss'oner of internal revenue, opinion ; docket no. 2943, promulgated 
Apr. 5, 1944. [1944.]" 9 p. ([Opinion] 74.) [From T. C Reports, v. 3.] 
* Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/74 

Koppers Company v. commissioner of internal revenue [opinion] ; docket no. 
110247, promulgated Jan. 19, 1944. [1944.] 13 p. ( [Opinion] 7.) [From T. C. 
Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/7 

Leveen, William, Corporation. William Leveen Corporation v. commissioner of 
internal revenue, opinion; docket no. 550, promulgated Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 
4 p. ([Opinion] 77.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/77 

Lowry, 0. William. O. AVilliam Lowry v. commissioner of internal revenue; 
( hirles R. Sligh, jr., r. [same, findings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 
112691-692, promnkated May 8. 1944. [1944.] 16 p. ( [Opinion] 97.) [From 
T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/97 

Macaulny, Mrs. Genevieve B. Estate of Genevieve Brady Macaulay, Nathan 
L. Miller and Lawrence Cavanagh, as sole surviving and sole acting executors, 
V. commissioner of internal revenue [findings of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 
109617, promulgated Feb. 24, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. ([Opinion] 43.) [From T. C. 
Reports, V. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/43 

McEnancy, Edwin J. Edwin J. McEnaney and Agnes McEnaney v. commis- 
sioner of internal revenue [findings of fact and opinion] ; docket nos. 112754, 
2038, promulgated Api-. 3. 1944. [1944.] 11 p. ([Opinion] 70.) [From T. C. 
Reports, V. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/70 

Norie,J. L. J. L. Norie v. commissioner of internal revenue; Coast Carton Com- 
pany V. [snme], findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket nos. 1813, 2049, pro- 
mulgated \pr. 27, 1944. [1944.] 11 p. ([Opinion] 89.) [From T. C. Reports, 
V. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/89 

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Scliurer, Hurry F. Harry F. Schurer v. commissioner of internal revenue, find- 
ings or fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 2168, promulgated Mar. 30, 1944. [1944.] 
4 1). ( [Opinion] 68.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5e. Ju 11.7/a : 3/68 

Slough, Frank M. Frank M. Slough and Josephine C. Slough, husband and wife, 
V. commissioner of internal revenue; J. Helen Slough Juergens v. [same], 
opinion ; docket nos. 2562-63, promulgated Apr. 4, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 
( [Opinion] 73.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, Oc. Ju 11.7/a : 3/73 

Smith, LutlH r E. Luther Ely Smith v. commissicmer of internal revenue [find- 
ings of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 109631, promulgated May 1, 1944. [1944.] 
10 p. ([Opinion] 92.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. 

Ju 11.7/a : 3/92 

Southeastern Buihlhig Corporation v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings 
of fact [and opinion] ; docket no. 109218, promulgated Feb. 29, 1944. [1944.] 
10 p. ( [Opinion] 47.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c Ju 11.7/a : 3/47 

Verifine Dairy Products Corporation of Sheboygan, Inc., v. commissioner of in- 
ternal revenue [fi idiiigs of fact and opinion] ; docket no. 108460, promulgated 
Feb. 15, 1944. [1914.] 11 p. ([Opinion] 32.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] 
♦Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/32 

Weil, Joseph. Joseph Weil v. commissioner of internal revenue, findings of fact 
[and opinion] : docket nos. 666, 1126, promulgated Apr. 6, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 
([Opinion] 75.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/75 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Addresses. Farm and home frozen food cabinets [paper prepared by Loran N. 
Baker, Agricultural Engineering Development Division, Commerce Department, 
Tennessee Valley Authority, and presented at frozen food locker short course, 
Apr. 24, 1944, at College of Agriculture and Home Economics, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.]. [Apr. 22, 1944.] 14 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

Y3.T25:15B17 

Electricity sales statistics, monthly report 110; Apr. 1944. [1944.] [3] p. il 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] t Y 3.T 25 : 13/110 

Malaria. Implications of importation of malaria by personnel of armed forces 
[with list of references; by] Robert Briggs Watson. [1944.] 7 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed. Presented at 1944 meeting of Tennessee State Medical Association, 
Nashville, Tenn., from Health and Safety Department, Tennessee Valley Au- 
thority, and Division of Preventive Medicine, University of Tennessee College 
of Medicine, Memphis.] . t Y 3.T 25 : 2 M 29/4 

Precipitation in Tennessee River basin, Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] +64- [13] p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.], t 
L. C. card 38-32755 Y 3.T 25 : 14/944-4 

Transportation development and other programs of Tennessee Valley Authority, 
C. T. Barker, chief of River Transportation Division, TVA (discussion with 
E. S. M. W. T. war training class In public utilities, Vanderbilt University, 
Nashville, Tenn., Apr. 20, 1944). [1944.] 11 p. 1 pi. map, 4" [Processed.] t 

Y 3.T 25 : 2 T 68 

TRANSPORTATION INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH 

BOARD 

Carriers. Federal regulatory restrictions upon motor and water carriers. Tetter 

from Board of Investigation and Research transmitting summary of report 

on Federal regulatory restrictions upttn motor and water carriers. 1944. 

v+26 p. (H. doc. 637, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 44-41069 
Relative economy and fitness of carriers, preliminary report of Board of 

Investigation and Research on relative economy and fitness of carriers. 1944. 

v+30 p. (H. doc. 595, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 44-41037 

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862 Government Publications 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Aitkcn Tug rf Bdrgc Co. Certain claim allowed by General Accounting Office 
[covering judgment rendered by district court for westei-n district of Washing- 
ton in favor of James Aitken, jr., and Sterling C. Aitken, doing business under 
firm name of Aitken Tug & Barge Co.]. June 9, legislative day May 9, 1944 
2 p. (S. doc. 213, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

Cldhns. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office. May 18, 1944. 37 p. 
(H. doc. 610, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Clsiims allowed by General Accounting Office. June 19, legislative day 

May 9, 1944. 16 p. ( S. doc. 209, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) t 

Judgments I'endered by Court of Claims. June 19, legislative day May 9, 

1944. 4 p. (S. doc. 210, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) f 

L. C. card 9-6546 

Fhuince. Bulletin of Treasury Department, analysis of receipts and expenditures, 
comiwsition of public debt, prices and yields of Government securities, other 
treasury statistics, May 1944. [1944.] cover title, l3]+A4+87 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 39-26387 T 1.3 : 944/5 

Daily statement of Treasury, compiled from latest proved reports from 

Treasury offices and depositories, June 1-30, 1944. [1944.] various paging, 
narrow f° [Daily except Sundays and holidays.] t 

L. C. card 15-3308 T 1.5 : 944 

Harlem Trucking Co. Record of judgment rendered against the Government by 
District Courts. June 19, legislative day May 9, 1944. 3 p. (S. doc. 211, 
78th Cong. 2d sess.) [This judgment was rendered by district court for 
southern district of New York in favor of Frank Lamantia, doing business as 
Harlem Trucking Co.] t 

International monetary fund. Joint statement by experts on establishment of 
international monetary fund of United and Associated Nations, Apr. 21, 1944. 
[1944.] iii+8 p. t • Item 1057 
L. C. card 44-41071 T 1.2 : In 8/8 

Small, Hattie F. Judgment rendered by District Court of United States for Dis- 
trict of Columbia, proposed provision relating to judgment rendered by District 
Court of United States for District of Columbia [in favor of Hattie F. Small], 
with estimate of indefinite appropriation to pay interest. June 19, legislative 
day May 9, 1944. 4 p. (S. doc. 220, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Treasury decisions under customs, certain internal revenue, narcotic, and other, 
laws, including decisions of Customs Court and Court of Customs and Patent 
Appeals, V. 79, no. 49-53 ; June 1-29, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Weekly.] 
* Paper, 10c. single copv, $3.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.70. 
L. C. card 10-30490 T 1.11/2 : 79/49-53 

FISCAL SERVICE 

TREASURER OF UNITED STATES 

Paper money. Monthly statement, paper currency of each denomination out- 
standing May 31, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 12" t • Item 1094 

T 63.307: 944/5 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL WAR SAVINGS BOND COMMITTEE 

Posters. Stop them with bonds thru pay roll savings; [poster]. 1944. 
28X21.9 in. [Illustrator, Ardis Hughes.] t T 1.35 :P 29/3 

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INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU 

Internal revenue bulletin, 1&44, no. 11 and 12; June 12 and 26, l!)44. 1944. 
v+86 p. and vi+109 p. [Seminionthlj-. Include Rulings 11740-776.] • Item 
1698 

L. C. card 22-26051 T 22.23/1 : 944/11,12 

Note. — The Internal revenue bulletin .service for 1044 will consi.st of semimonthly 
bulletins and an annual cumulative bulletin. The semimonthly bulletins will contain the 
rulings and decisions to be ma<le public and all Treasuiy Department decisions (known 
as Treasury decisions) pertaining to internal revenue matters. The annual cumulative 
bulletin will contain all rulings and decisions (including Treasury decisions) published 
during the previous 12 months. The complete bulletin service may be obtained on a 
subscription basis, from the Superintendent of Documents, Government I'rintiug Office 
Washington 25, D. C, 10c. single coi)y, $2.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription $3.75. 

Manufacturers' excise taxes, Regulations 46 (1040 edition) amended to conform 
to revenue act of 1943. [1944.] 7 p. (T. D. 5348.) [Code of Federal regu- 
lations of United States, title 26, Internal revenue, chap. 1, subchap. C, pt. 316, 
Taxes on sales by manufacturer. From Internal revenue bulletin, 1944, IMar. 25! 
1944, no. 6.] t T 22.23/la : Ex 25 

PROCUREMENT DIVISION 

Gorcniment supplies. General schedule of supplies: Books under class 35 Dec 
1, 1943-Nov. 30, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] X T 58.8 : 35/943-44 

Same: class 7, Fuel oil and kerosene, region 5, tank-wagon and drum de- 
liveries, July 1, 1943-June 30, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] % 

T 58.8 : 7/943-44 

Same : classes 7 and 14, Fuel oil and kerosene, region 4, tank-car, transport- 
truck, and marine deliveries, June 1, 1944-May 31, 1945. [1944.] 6 p. 4" 
[Processed.] $ T 58.8 : 7,14/944-45 

Same: class 102, Telephone service, July 1, 1944-June 30, 1945. 1944. 

11 p. -l" X T 58.8 : 102/944-45 

FEDE31AL STAnDAED STOLK CATALOG DIVISION 

Note. — In the list below, some of the Amendments, dated after Oct. 10, 193.3 are for 
specifications issued by the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Board (now Federal Standard 
Stock Catalog Division) while it was under the Budget Bureau, ami for these, the old 
classification T 51.7/8 : is retained in order that they may be filed with the publications 
to which they belong. The following publications are issued with perforations for insertion 
in binders. • Item 1116 

Gavernmcnt supplies. Federal standard stock catalog: scv. 4, pt. 5, Federal 
specification for aluminum-alloy (AL-Ol) (aluminnm-magnesium-si'licon-cop- 
per-chromium), bars, rods, shapes, and wire; Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 11 p 12" 
( gQ-A-325. ) * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : QQ-A-325 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for aprons, surgeons' (synthetic 

rubber and resin coated) ; May 2, 1944. [1944.] p. 12" (ZZ-A-611a.) 
[Supersedes Fed. spec. Z2:-A-611. May 27, 1930 and Emergency alternate Fed 
spec. E-ZZ-A-611, Mar. 11, 194:^,.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZ-A-611a 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal si)ecification for brushes, glue, round, amdt 2 • 

Mar. 30, 1M4. [1944.] 3 p. 12" (H-B-301 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, May 23, 1841, and Emergency alternate E-H-B-301, Feb. 17, 1942 ] t 

T 51.7/8 : H-B-301/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for bunting, cotton, mercerized 

amdt. 5; Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (CCC-B-791a [amdt. 5].) [Super- 
sedes Amendment 4, July 7, 1941.] t T 58.10/3 : CCC-B-791a/anidt.5 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cans, waste (oily), amdt 1- 

Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12" (KR-r-114 [amdt. 1].) t 

T 58.10/3 : RR-C-114/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for denim, shrunk; Mar. 30, 1944. 

[1944.] 4 p. 12° (CCC-D-181.) [Supersedes Fed. specs. C0C-D-151a! Aug 
19, 1936, and CCC-D-161, Mar. 31, 1931.] * Pap(>r, 5c. T 58.10/3 : CCC-D-181 

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864 Government Publications 

Oovenitnent supplies — Continued. 

• Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for denim, unshrunk ; Mar. 30, 1944. 

[1944.] 4 p. 12" (CCC-D-186.) [Supersedes Fed. specs. CCC-D-lfjlJa, Feb. 

6, 1936 and CCC-D-171, Mar. 3, 1931.] * Paper 5c. T 58.10/3 : CCC-D-ISS 

• Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specifications for drills, breast, amdt. 1 ; May 2, 

1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (GGG-D-651 [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Euiergeucy al- 
ternate Fed. spec. E-GGG-D-651, Apr. 17, 1943.] t 

T 58.10/3 : GGG-D-651/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for gaskets, rubber (natural or 

synthetic), molded, sheet, and strip; May 2, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° (HH-G- 
15Ca.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. HH-G-156, Mar. 19, 1938, and Emergency 
alternate E-HH-G-15G, Aug. 7, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : HH-G-15tia 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for metals, general specification 

for inspection of, amdt. 1; Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (QQ-M-151a 
[amdt. 1].) t T 58.10/3 :QQ-M-151a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for mops, cotton, amdt. 1; May 2, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (T-M-5Gla [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency 
alternate Fed. spec. E-T-M-561a, Sept. 9, 1942.] t 

T 58.10/3 : T-M-561a/amdt.l 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for packing, diaphragm ; May 2, 

1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (HH-P-61c.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. HH-P-61b, 
Sept. 6, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : HII-P-61c 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for packing, hydraulic; Mar. 24, 

1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (HH-P-112a.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. HH-P-112, 
Dec. 17, 1936.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : HII-P-112a 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for paper, filtering ; Apr. 7, 1944. 

[1944.] 7 p. 12° (UU-P-236). * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : UU-P-236 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for paste, ofl5ce and photomount- 

ing ; paste-brushes and spi-eaders ; Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 12" (N-P-lOlc.) 
[Supersedes Fed. si)ec. N-P-lOlb, Oct. 14, 1937, and Emergency alternate Fed. 
spec. E-N-P-lOlb, Feb. 27, 1942.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : N-P-lOlc 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for plastic, liglit-diflusing for light- 
ing fixtures; May 2, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (Lr-P-384.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : L^P-384 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Fedei-al specification for pliers aud nippers, amdt. 1 ; 

Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (GGG-P-471 [amdt. 1].) t 

T 58.10/3 : GGG-P-471/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for receptacles (convenience out- 
lets), attachment plugs, current-taps, and connectors, amdt. 4; Apr. 19, 1944. 
[1944.] 3 p. 12° (W-R-151 [amdt. 4].) [Supersedes Amendment 3, July 30, 
1943.] t T 58.10/3 : W-R-151/amdt.4 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for sheeting, rubber, amdt. 1 ; 

Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (ZZ-S-311a [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emer- 
gency alternate Fed. spec. E-ZZ-S-311a, June 5, 1943.] t 

T5S.10/3 : ZZ-S-311a/amdt.l 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for sponges, cellulose-type, amdt. 

2 ; Apr. 19, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (Lr-S-626 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, Apr. 12, 1943.] t T 58.10/3 : L-S-62G/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for sutures, surgical, silk and 

nylon; May 2, 1944. [1W4.] 8 p. 12° (GG-S-816.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : GG-S-816 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for T-squares, plastic, wood, and 

wood-and-plastic ; Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° (GG-T-711b.) [Supersedes 
Fed. spec. GG-T-711a, July 24, 1940.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : GG-T-711b 

Same: .sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for titanium-dioxide, dry (paint- 
pigment) ; May 2, 1944. [1944.] 11 p. 12° (TT-T-425.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-T-425 

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Government supplies— Conimx\e(\. 

Same: sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for toliiidine-red-toner, di-y (paint- 
pigment) ; Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12° (TT-T-562.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3; TT-T-562 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for triangles, plastic, transparent ; 

Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (GG-T-671a.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. GG-T- 
671, Sept. 4, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : GG-T-671a 

■ Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specifications for turnbuckles, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 

30,1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 12° (FF-T-791 [amdt. 1].) t 

T 58.10/3 : FF-T-791/amdt.l 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for turners, cake, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 

30,1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (RR-T-806 [amdt. 1].) t 

T 58.10/3 : KR-T-806/amdt.l 

Supplement 27-29 to Index of Federal specifications revised Dec. 1, 1943; 

June r>-2(;, 1044. [1944.] Each 1 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

T 58.10/3 : ind./943-2/supp.27-29 

RESEARCH AND STATISTICS DIVISION 

Bonds of United States. Prices and yields of public marketable securities issued. 
bv United States Government and by Federal agencies. May 1944. [1944.] 
7 p. f° [Monthly.] t • Item 1120 T 62.7 : 944/5 

WAR FINANCE DIVISION 

Minute man. v. 3, no. 20 and 21 ; June 1 and 15, 1944. [1944.] 16 p. and 24 p. il. 
4° [Semimonthly.] $ • T 66.7 : 3/20,21 

Posters. Back 'em up, buy extra bonds; official Treasury poster. 1944. 28X20 
in. [Illustrator, Boris Cbaliapin.] f T 66.8 :B 64/16 

Back 'em up! buy extra bonds! official Treasury poster. 1944. 29X20 

■ in. f T 06.8 :B 64/15 

Back the attack! buy more bonds; oflicial Treasury poster. 1944. 28.4 X 

20 in. t T 66.8 : B 64/14 

Buy your bonds here, back the attack! [poster]. 1944. 28X20 in. t 

T 66.8 : B 64/12 

Extra war bonds, 5th war loan; official Treasury poster. 1944. 20X14.2 

in. [Illustrator, Atherton.] t T 66.8 : W 19/6 

■ Fight by his side ! buy extra bonds at banks, post offices, and other author- 
ized agencies; [poster]. 1944. 2 sheets, 56.4X42.1 in. nnd 28.6x42.1 in. t 

T 66.8 : B 64/13/sh.l,2 

Fire away ! buy extra bonds; [poster]. 1914. 40.2X28.5 in. [Illustrator, 

Schreil)er. In memory, U. S. S. Dorado. Tliis poster also issued in size 
28 X 20 in. ] f T 66.8 : B 64/10 

War loan securities. Fifth war loan securities, June 12- July 8, 1944. [1044.] 
16 p. narrow 8° t • T 66.2 : W 10/6 

War savings bonds. Backing the attack between drives! war bond copy guide 
for advertisers and agencies, effective Mar. 1, 1944. [1944.] [4] p. il. nar- 
row 8° t T 6(5.2 : B 64/8 

Community theatre war bond promotion, put your theatre behind the fight 

for freedom with a war bond premiere. [1944.] 12 p. il. 4° [Prepaivd for 
national community theatre war bond promotion.] % T 66.2 :T 34/2 

5th war loan, June 12-July 8, 1044, descriptive folder. [1044.] 2 p. il. 

oblong 12°, folded into narrow 12° size. [At head of title: Fight by his 
side.] t T 66.2 :W 19/7 

Fire away ! buy extra bonds; [post card]. [1944.] oblong 48° [Illustra- 
tor, Schreiber. In memory, U. S. S. Dorado.] f T 66.2 :B 64/9 

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866 Government Publications 

War savings bonds — Continued. 

How it has been done, sales manual for payroll chairmen and Treasury 

representatives. [Revised edition.] [1944.] 19p.il. t T 6G.6 : Sa 3/2/944 

Sal(* manual, volunteer workers 5th war loan, June 12-July 8, 1944. 

[1944.] 32 p. 11. narrow 12° [The last page is left blank to be used for 
notes.] t T G<>.«i : Sa 3/944 

[Tliis is your doing, let's all keep backing the attack ! circular letter to 

all retailers regarding r»th war loan drive.] [1944.] [G] p. il. 4° t • 

T 66.2 : B 64/.^. 

Why? and how much? [1944.] [5] p. il. oblong 48° [Concerns purchase 

of war bonds by farmers.] f • T 66.2 :B 64/6 

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 

Decisions. Administrator's decision, Veterans Admini.«tration, no 564 ; June 7, 
1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] % VA 1.8: 564 

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. • Item 1129 
15-5. Adjutant General's Department : General provisions. Changes 2 ; May 11, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 15-5, Changes 1, Aug. 10. 1942.1 

• Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : 15-5/4/ ch.2 
35-120. Finance Department : Disbursing officers and public funds, general, Changes 

2 ; June 13. 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Supersedes AR 3.5-120, Changes 1. Mar. 

25, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 35-120/7/ch.2 

35-150. Same : Advances of public funds under subsistence expense act of 1926 ; May 

22. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 35-150, June 23. 1942.] 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 3-5-150/5 
35—1320. Same : General provisions relating to pav of military personnel ; Mav 24. 

1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes AR 35-1320. June 23. 1942. including 
Changes 1-3, Sept. 11, 1942-Jan. 21, 1944, and par. 1-3, Circular 244. 
1942.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 3.5-1320/.") 

35-1495. Same : Additional pav for parachute dutv, officers, warrant officers, and 
enlisted men;- Mav 17, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 35-149.">. 
Aug. 22. 1942, including Changes 1-3, Nov. 1, 1943-Mar. 14. 1944.1 

• Paper, 5c. ^ W 1.6 : 35-1495/2 
35-1760. Same : Pay of retired commissioned and warrant officers. Changes 5 ; May 18, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 35-1760, Changes 3 and 4. Deo. 

2 and 8. 1943.] * Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : 3.5-1760/7/ch 5 

35—2440. Same : Deductions for maintenance of United States Soldiers' Home, rental 

deductions for dependents, and stoppages against nav of enlisted personnel. 

rhanges 7: June 8. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 3.5-2440. 

Changes 1. Nov. 14. 1942. Chansres 3 and 4, Feb. 26 and Mar. 9. 1943. and 

Changes 6, July 30, 1943.] • Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 3.5-2440/6/ch.7 

35-2600. Same: Soldiers' deposits; June 8. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 

35-2600, July 20, 1943, including Changes 1, Sept, 29, 1943.] * Paper. 5c. 

W1.6: 3.5-2600/6 
35-3020. Same ; Pay of superintendent and other officials at Militarv Academy ; May 

IS. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 3.5-3020, Mar. 14. 1941.] 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 3.5-3020/4 
35-4880. Same: Official routes and distances. Changes 2 ; June 12, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

[Supersedes AR 35-4880, Changes 1, Oct. 11, 1943.1 * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 3.5^880/2/ch.2 
35—5020. Same : Vouchers for travel of militarv personnel and civilian volunteers. 

Changes 2; June 2 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 35-5020. 

Chances 1, Oct. 26. 1943.] * Paper. .5c. W 1.6 : 3.5-5020/6/ch.2 

35-5320. Same : Reimbursement for transportation of dependents. Chances 1 ; Mav 18, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes sec. 3. Circular 81. 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6: 3.5-5320 /7/ch.l 
35-6040. Same : Payments under contracts, formal and informal. Changes 2 ; Mav 13, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 35-6040, Chances 1, Apr. 27. 1944.1 

•Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : 35-6040/5/ch.2 

35-6200. San^e : Prompt payment of bills and accounts. Changes 2 ; June 3, 1944. 

1944. 1 p. [Supersedes AR 35-6200, Changes 1. Julv 29. 1943.1 

♦Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : 35-6200/2 /ch.2 

3.5-6620. Same: Expendable pronertv. Chances 9; Mav 20, 1944. [1944.] 2 n. 

[Supersedes AR 3.5-6620. Changes 6-8, Feb. l-Mar. 18 1944.1 * Paper. 5c. 

W1.6: 35-6620/6/ch.9 
40-505. Medical Department : Afedical attendance, ceneral provisions. Changes 7 : 

June 2, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 40-505. Chances 1 and 2. 

Mar. 2 and May 5. 1943. Changes 6, Feb. 4. 1944 and sec. 3. Circular .SS7. 

1942.] * Paper, .5c. W 1.6 : 40-505/4/ch.7 

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40-590. Same : Administration of hospitals, general provisions, Changes 20 ; June 12, 
1944 [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 40-590, Changes 9, May 21, 1943, 
Changes 14, Sept. 27, 1943, and sec. 3, Ci^'^"!"'* ^ 70^1044. ^]^_*^Paper,^^ 5c. 

40-1080. Same : Current statistical health reports, tables, and charts, Changes 2 ; June 
9 1944 [1944.1 7 p. [Supersedes par. 14b and 16, Circular 43, 1944.] 
♦Paper. 5c. i v ^ ^ ^ W 1.6 : 40-1080/4/ch.2 

55-75 Transportation Corps: War Department ports; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes AK 55-75, Dec. 11, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 55-75/4 

55-105. Same : Transportation by commercial means, general. Changes 13 ; May 22, 
1944 [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 55-105, Changes 2 and 6, Apr. 6 
and Aug. 20, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 55-105/ch.l3 

55-155. Same : Transportation of public property (except animals) and remains. 
Changes 7; May 26, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. * Paper, 5c. „ ^^ ^^^, ^^ 

W 1.6 : 55-1 55 /ch. i 
100-63. Corps of Engineers : Real estate, disposal. Changes 2 ; June 2, 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. [Supersedes AR 100-63, Changes 1, July 12, 1943.] * Paper, oc. 

• W 1.6 : 100-63/ch.2 
100-64. Same : Real estate, claims for rent, damage, and other payments ; May 22, 
1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 100-64, Sept. 29, 1942, including 
Changes 1, Mar. 1, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 100-64/2 

105-20. Signal Corps: Fixed signal communication system and facilities; May 12. 
1944. [1944.] 7 p. [Supersedes AR 105-20, May 23, 1942, including 
Changes 1 and 2, Oct. 9, 1942 and Mar. 15, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6: 105-20/8 

105-30. Same : Commercial telephone, telegraph, and electric time service, general, 

Changes 1; June 12, 1944. 1944. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. ..„,-, ^ , 

W1.6: 105-30/5/ch.l 
105-255. Same : Photography, Changes 1 ; May 25, 1944. 1944. 1 p. * Paper, 5c 

W 1.6 : 105-25o/3/ch.l 

210-50. Posts, camps, and stations : Nonappropriated funds, effective July 1. 1944 : 

June 1, 1944. [1944.] 24 p. [Supersedes AR 210-50, Dec. 29, 1942. 

including Changes 1 and 2. Feb. 5 and Mar. 13, 1943, Changes 5, July 14. 

1943. Changes 8-10, Oct. 4-Nov. 18. 1943, Changes 13, Mar. 31, 1944. and 
sec. 8. Circular 125. 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 210-50/6 

210-60. Same: Post messes. Changes 4; June 1. 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Supersedes 
AR 210-60, Changes 3, Dec. 24, 1943, and sec. 4, Circular 24, 1944.] 
* Paper 5c W 1.6 : 210-60/2/ch.4 

210-65. Same : Army exchanges, effective July 1. 1944 ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 28 p. 
[Supersedes AR 210-65, Mar. 19, 1943, including Changes 1-6, June 17. 
1943-Mar. 16, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 210-65/5 

210-70. Same : Service clubs and libraries eflfective July 1. 1944 ; June 1, 1944. 
[1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes AR 850-80, Aug. 26, 1942, including Changes 

3 and 4, Apr. 3 and Mav 21, 1943, and Changes 6 and 7. Dec. 8, 1943. 
and Apr. 24, 1944.] • Paper, i^c. W 1.6 : 210-70/5 

210-390. Same: Motion Picture Service, Changes 10; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 
[Supersedes AR 210-390, Changes 1, Aug. 26, 1942. and Changes 5 and 6, 
Apr. 13 and June 10. 1943.] ♦Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 210-390/5/ch.lO 

250-5. Bands : General provisions. Changes 2 : June 1. 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Super- 

sedes AR 250-5, Changes 1, Mar. 1, 1933.] 'Paper, 5c. 

Wl.O: 250-5/ch.2 

310-50. Militarv publications: Orders, bulletins, circulars, and memoranda, Changes 
8; May .30, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 310-50, Changes 1-3, 
Oct. 14-Nov. 23. 1942, Changes 5-7, May 11, 1943-Feb. 1. 1944. and sec. 4. 
Circular 61. 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 310-50/5/ch.S 

345-75. Militarv records : Soldier's dejiosit book and report of soldiers' deposits ; June 
8. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 34.5-75, July 23, 1932, including 
Changes 1 and 2, Dec. 29, 1942 and Jan. 21, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6: 34.5-75/4 

345-415. Same: Daily sick report. Changes 5 ; May 22. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Super- 
sedes AR 345^15, Changes 4, Oct. 26, 1943, and par. 2, sec. 6. Circular 
321,1943.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 34,^.-41 5/5/ch. 5 

600-68. Personnel : Good conduct medal, Changes 1 ; May 26. 1944. 1944. 1 p. 
♦Paper, 5c. 'W 1.6: fiOO-fi8/2/ch.l 

600-500. Same: Care and disposition of insane; May 25, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 
[Sunersedes AR 600-500. Aug. 7. 1942, including Changes 1-4, Nov. 25. 
1942-July 30, 1943.] ♦ Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : 600-500/4 

605-10. Commissioned officers : Officers appointed in Army of United States ; May 26, 

1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes AR 605-10, Dec. 30, 1942, including 
Chances 4-11. Mar. 6-Oct. 19, 1943.] ♦ Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 60.5-10/7 

615-5. Enlisted men : Appointment and reduction of noncommissioned officers and 

privates, 1st class. Changes 2: Mav 10, 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Supersedes 
AR 615-5, Chances 1, Mar. 30, 1944.] ♦ Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 615-5/4/ch.2 

615-40. Same: Clothing and equipage. Changes 7; May 23, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 
♦Paper, 5c. W 1.6 :61.5-40/6/ch.7 

615-300. Same : Absence without leave and desertion, Changes 1 ; May 18. 1944. 1944. 
1 p. ♦ Paper. .5c. W 1.6 : 615-300/8/ch.l 

615-360. Same : Discharge, release from active duty ; May 25, 1944. [1944.] 43-|- [3] 
p. [Three paces are left blank to be used for memoranda. Supersedes 
AR 615-360. Nov. 26. 1942. includinc Changes 4 and 5. Apr. 16 and 30. 
1943. Chnnges 7. Jnne 8, 1943, Chances 9-11, June 19-Sept. 20. 194.S. 
Changes 13 and 14, Oct 2 and Nov. 2. 1943. Changes 16-19. Dec. 15, 194.3-Mar. 
17, 1944, and various sections of certain circulars.] ♦Paper. lOc. 

W 1.6 : 615-300/6 



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Armi/ regulations — Continued. 

700-10. Supplies : storage and issue, ChanKes 3 ; June 9, 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Super- 
sedes AR 700-10, Changes 1 and 2, Mar. 18 and Sept. 28, 194.3.] * Paper, 
5c. W 1.6 : 700-10/3/ch.3 

BuUctin 9; June 6, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Issued with perforations.] % 

W 1.3 : 944/9 

CircuJnr 2ir>-261. June 1-2G. 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Issued with per- 
forations. NumlKT 227 is a corrected copy.] J W 1.4/2: 944/215-2G1 

Claims for damages to or loss or destruction of property or personal injury or 
death, estimate of appropriation to pay claims. June 19, legislative day May 9. 
1944. 9 p. (S. doc. 215, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) t 

Field manuals. Basic field manual : Conventional signs, military symbols, and 
abbreviations, Changes 1; Apr. 21, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 16" (FM 21-.'?0 
[changes] 1. ) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 21-30/3/cb.l 

Note. — Field ninnunls conKist of a series of pamphlets containing traininir and refer- 
ence data and instructions relative to the tactics and technique involved in the cniploj'- 
ment of the arms and services of the Army. • Item 1130 

Same: List of publications for training, Changes 3; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 

179 p. 1G° (FM 21-(J [changes] 3.) * Paper, 20c. W 1.33 : 21-C>/8/ch.3 

■ Same, Changes 4 ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 90 p. 16° (FM 21-6 [changes 4].) 

* Paper, 15c. W 1.33 : 21-G/S/ch.4 

Same : List of training films, film strips, and film bulletins, Changes 3; May 

2,1944. [1944.] 21 p. 16° (FM 21-7 [changes] 3.) * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.33 : 21--7/2/ch.3 

Same, Changes 4; May 25, 1944. [1944.] 21 p. 16° (FM 21-7 [changes] 

4. ) * Pai^er, 5c. W 1.33 : 21-7/2/ch.4 

Same, Changes 5; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 16 p. 16° (FM 21-7 [changes] 

5. ) * Paper, i5c W 1.33 : 21-7/2/ch.5 

Same : Watermanship ; Apr. 25, 1944. 1944. [4]-f 151 + [5] p. il. 12° (FM ] 

21-22.) [The 5 pages are left blank to be used for notes.] * Paper, Inc. 

W 1.33 : 21-22 

Engineer field manual : Engineer troops, Changes 2 ; May 10, 1944. [1944.] 

13 p. il. 16° (FM 5-5 [changes] 2.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 5-5/2/ch.2 

Same : Operations of engineer field units, Changes 3 ; June 2, 1944. [1944.] 

7p.il. 1G° (FM 5-6 [changes] 3.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 5-G/ch.3 

Field manual : Field artillery, tactics and technique of division artillery and 

higher artillery echelons; May 24, 1944. 1944. iii+84 p. il. 16° (FM 6-100.) 

[This manual, together with FM 6-20 and FM 6-101 (wlien publislied) super- 
sedes FM 6-20, Tactics and techniques, July 10, 1940, including Changes 1, 
Jan. 2, 1941.] * Paper, 15c W 1.33 : 6-100 

General orders 36-52 ; May 1-June 22, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Issued 
with perforations.] % W 1.46 : 36-52 

Identification cai'ds. Preparation of identification cards, May 15, 1944. [1944.] 
[2] -f3p.il. (Pamphlet 20-9.) t • Item 1131 W 1.43 : 20-9 

Military Academy, West Point. Information relative to appointment and ad- 
mission of cadets to Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. [edition 1944], 
Changes 1 ; Mar. 28, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. t • Item 1177. W 12.9 : 944/ch.l 

Military information. [Safeguarding military information] [1944.] cover title, 
[IQ] p. il. small 4° (Pamphlet 20-10.) [Text and another illustration on 
p. 2 and 3 of cover.] + • Item 1131 W 1.43: 20-10 

Mobilization regulations, t 

Note. — The Mobilization regulations are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in 
loose-leaf binders. • Item 1134. 

1-9. Standards of physical evaminatlon during mobilization ; Apr. 19. 1944. [1944.] 

62 p. [Supersedes MR 1-9, Oct. 15, 1942. including Cnanges 1 and 2, Jan. 

22 and Feb. 23. 1943. and sec. 1, Circular 137. 1943.] W 1.29 :l-9/5 

Same, supplement, with titje, Physical profile serial; May 22, 1944. [1944.] 

8 p. il. W 1.29 : 1-9/5/supp. . 

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Mobilization regulations — Continued. 

3-1. Organization and training, Changes 7: June 13, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Super- 
sedes Changes 2-4, Oct. 1, iy42-Jan. 28, 1943, and changes 6. Sept. 16. 1943.] 

W 1.29 :3-l/2/ch.7 

Puhlications. Lists of War Department publications, Army regulations, Blank 
forms, Tables of orsanizatioii and equipment, Tables of basic allowances and 
allowances and Index to General orders, Bulletins, and numbered Circulars, 
issued during Apr. 1944. 1944. iii+31 p. $ 
L. C. card 43-50742 W 1.41 : 944/4 

■ Same, issued during May 1944. 1944. iii+25 p. t W 1.41 : 944/5 

Safety rules, Military Railway Service, Army; Apr. 10, 1944. 1944. cover title, 
22 p. 16° (Pamphlet 55-1.) t •Item 1131 W 1.43 : 55-1 

Tables of alloivances. [Issued witli perforations.] t 

Note. — Tables of allowances prescribe the authorized allowances of equipment for units 
and individuals at special installations. 

20. Equipment for posts, camps, and stations ; Apr. 5. 1944. [1944] 35 p. [Super- 
sedes T/A 20, xMar. 10, 1943, including Changes 1, June 26, 1943, except as 
qualified by par. :i. sec. 1] W 1.28 : 20/3 

20-2. Equipment for trainins purposes; Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 44 p. [Supersedes 
T/A 20, Mar. 10, 1943, including Changes 1, June 26, 1948, so far as they 
concern allowancos for training purposes, except those items and allowances 
authorized for issue to Army Air Forces.] W 1.28 : 20-2 

Tables of equipment, t 

Note. — The Tables of equipment are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. The tables in Ibis series are numoered to correspond to the Table of 
organization series on wliich they are based. 

1-487S. Army Air Forces: Airdrome squadron (special), Changes 3; May 16. 1944. 
lt)44. 1 p. W 1.26 : l-487S/ch.3 

8-550. General hospital. Changes 2 ; May 16, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 

W1.26 : 8-550/2/ch.2 
8-760. Veterinary station hospital, communications zone. Changes 1 ; Apr. 26, 1944. 
[1944.1 2 p. W 1.26 : 8-760/ch.l 

11-247. Signal company, wing. Change 4; May 18, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 

W 1.26 : ll-247/ch.4 

Tables of organisation- t 

Note. — The Tables of organization are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. 

1-500-1. Army Air I<"orces : Headquarters and headquarters squadron, tactical air 
command. Changes 2; Apr. 28, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.25 : l-500-l/ch.2 
5-226. Fleadquarters and lieaf'qua iters and service company, airborne engineer bat- 
talion. Changes 2 ; May 24, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.25 : 5-226/ch.2 
7-51. Glider infantry regiment. Changes 3; May 24, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W 1.25 : 7-51/ch.3 
7-52. Headquarters and headquarters company, glider infantry regiment. Changes 

1; Feb. 24. 1914. [1944.] 2 p. W 1.25 : 7-52/eh.l 

8-550. General hospital. Changes 4; May 16, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W 1.25 : 8-550/ch.4 

Tables of organization and equipment. % 

Note. — Tables of organization and equipment are issued in pamphlet form for insertion 
in loose-leaf binders. They replace the Tables of organization and Tables of equipment 
heretofore issutd separately, and show the organization and equipment for the type of unit 
indicated by the title. 
1-100-1. Army Air Forces : Headquarters and headquarters squadron, bomber com- 
mand. Changes 2 ; Apr. 2S. ]944. [1944] 2 p. W 1.44 : l-lOO-l/ch.2 
l-lOO-lS-2. Same : Headquarters and headquarters squadron, bomber command, special ; 
Apr. 25, 1944. [1944.1 19 p. [Supersedes advance copy of T/0 
l-lOO-lS-2, Feb. 15, 1943.] W 1.44 : 1-1001 S-2 

1-160-1. Same: Headquarters and headquarters squadron, bombardment wing, very 

heavy: June 6. 1944. [1944.] 14 p. W 1.44 : 1-160-1 

1-180-lS. Same: Headquarters, combat bombardment wiug. heavy or medium, 
Changes 1 ; May 0. 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 1-180-lS/ch.l 

1-277S. Same; Reconnaissance squadron, heavy, special; Apr. 24, 1944. [1944.] 

20 p. \V 1.44 : 1-277S 

1-312. Same: Heaquarters, troop carrier group. Changes 2; Mav 1. 1944. [1944.] 

7 p. W 1.44 : l-312/ch.2 

1-317. Same : Troop carrier squadron ; May 12, 1944. [1944.] 26 p. [Supersedes 

T/O & E 1-317, Aug. 16, 1943, including Changes 1-3, Oct. 23, 1943- 
Jan. 19, li)44.] W 1.44 : 1-317/2 

1-392S. Same : Headquaiters, combat cargo group (special) ; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 

11 p. VV1.44:1-.{92S 

1-397S. Army Air Corps : Combat cargo squadron (special) ; May 27, 1944. (1914.1 

14 p. W 1.44 : 1-397S 

1-407. Army Air Forces: Depot unit. Army; May A, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. 

W 1.44 : 1-407 

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Tables of onjdnUation and ccjuiiJinent — Continued. 

1-412. Same : Headquarters and headquarters squadron, service group. Changes 3 ; 

May 19, 1041. 11944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : l-412/ch.3 

1-469S. Same: Air base communication detachment, special. Changes 2; May 13, 

1944. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : l-4G9S/ch.2 

1-470. Same: Air cargo resunplv organization; May 23, 1944. [1944.] 14 p. 

[Supersedes T/D 1 l.SOO, Mar. 7. 1944.] W 1.44 : 1-470 

1-497S. Same: Station complement squadron, .-special; Apr. 23, 1944. [1944.] 

12 p. [Supersedes advance copy of T/0 1-497S, May 11, 1943, including 

advance copy of Changes 1 and 2, June 1, 1943 and July 15, 1943.] 

W 1.44 : 1-497S 
1-547. Same : Tactical air communication squadron. Changes 3 ; Apr. 28. 1944. 

1944. In. W 1.44 : l-547/ch.3 

1-852. Same : Headquarters and lieadquarters squadron, air depot group, Changes 

2; May 23, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : l-852/ch.2 

1-952. Same : Headquarters, radio security detachment and radio security section ; 

May 10, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. [Supersedes T/0 & E 11-297, July 7, 

1943, including Chianges 1-3, Aug. 27, 1943-Mar. 14, 1944.] 

W 1.44 : 1-952 

1-978S. Same: Liai.son squadron, commando (special); May 27, 1944. [1944.] 

12 p. W 1.44 : 1-978S 

2-22. Headquarters and headquarters troop, cavalry group, mechanized. Changes 

2 ; Apr. 25, 1944. [ 1044. ] 6 p. W 1.44 : 2-22/ch.2 
3-87. Chemical base proce.ssiiig company ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Super- 
sedes T/0 3-87, Apr. 27. 1943, including Changes 1 and 2. July G and 
Aug. 3, 1943, and T/E .3-87, Apr. 27. 1943.1 W 1 .44 : 3-87 

3-267. Chemical smoke generator company ; May 4, 1944. [1944.] 14 p. [Super- 

sedes T/O & E 3-267, Julv 6. 1943.] W 1.44 : 3-267/2 

4-29. Coast artillery transport detachment; May 9, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 

W 1.44 : 4-29 
4-68. Coast artillery battery, searchlight, harbor defense. Changes 1 ; May 24, 

1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 4-68/ch.l 
4-69. Coast artillery battery, mine, harbor defense, Changes 1 : May 24. 1944. 

1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 4-69/ch.l 

4-77. Coast artillery batterv, antimotor torpedo boat, harbor defense : Apr. 11, 

1944. [1944.] 8 p. W 1.44 : 4-77 

5-88. Engineer dump truck companv : May 9, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes 

T/0 & E 5-88, May 17, 1943, including Changes 1, Dec. 10. 1943.] 

W 1.44 : 5-88/2 
5-95S. Engineer camouflage battalion, special, 23d headquarters, special troops ; 

Apr. 4. 1944. [1044] 8 p. W 1.44 : 5-95S 

Same, Changes 1 ; Apr. 27. 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 5-95S/ch.l 

5-188. Engineer base survey company, engineer base topographic battalion. Changes 

1 ; May 19. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 5-lS8/ch.l 

5-415. Engineer aviation battalion; Mav 15. 1944. [1944.] 10 p. [Supersedes 

T/O 5-415, Apr. 1. 1942, including Changes 1-5, July 31. 1942-Oct. 23, 

1943.] W 1.44: 5-415 

5-416. Headquarters and headquarters and service company, engineer aviation 

battalion : May 15. 1044. [1944.] 23 p. [Supersedes T/O 5-416, 

Apr. 1, 1942, including Changes 1-3, July 31, 1942, to Oct. 23. 1943.] 

W 1.44: 5-416 
5-417. Engineer aviation company ; May 15, 1944. [1944.] 15 p. [Supersedes 

T/0 5-417. Apr. 1, 1942, including Changes 1 and 2, Aug. 1. 1942. and 

June 15. 1943.] W 1.44 : 5-417 

6-50-1. Headquarters and headquarters battery, motorized, corps artillery. Change 

3 ; May 12, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 6-50-l/ch.3 
6-76. Headqua^'ters and headquarters battery, field artillery observation battalion. 

Changes 2; Mav 19, 1044. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 6-76/ch.2 

6-77. Field artillery observation battery. Changes 2; May 19. 1944. fl944.] 

3 p. W 144: 6-77 /ch.2 

6-125. Field artillery battalion, motorized, 155-mm gun, self-pronelled. Changes 2 ; 

May 5. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. W 1.44 : 6-125/ch.2 

6-127. Field artillerv battery, motorized, 155-min gun, self-propelled. Changes 2: 

May 5, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 6-127/ch.2 

6-129. Service batterv, nioiorized. ne'd artillerv battalion, 155-mm gun. self- 

propelled. Changes 2 ; May 5. 1044. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 6-129/ch 2 

6-.337. Field artillerv battery, motorized. 15."'>-mm howitzer, or 4.5-inch gun, trac- 

tor drawn." Changes 3 ; May 25, 1044. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 6-337/ch.3 

6-339. Service battery, motorized, field artillery battalion. I.'i5-mm howitzer, or 

4.5-inch gun, tractor-drawn. Changes 1; Dt>c. 17, 1943. [1944] 4 p. 

W1.44:6-339/cb.l 
Same, Changes 2 ; Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : r)-330/ch.2 

6-357. Field artillerv batterv. motorized, 155-mm gun, tractor-drawn. Changes 2 ; 

May IS. 1944. [1044.] 8 p. W 1.44 : 6-3.57 /rh. 2 

6-367. Field artillery battery. 8-inch howitzer, motorized, tractor-drawn. Changes 3 ; 

May 18. 1944. [1014.] 8 p. W 1.44 : 6-367/ch. 3 

6-395. Field artillery' battalion, motorized. 240-mm howitzer, or 8-inch gun, 

tractor-drawn. Changes 3 ; May IS, 1944. 1944. 1 p. , , „ 

W1.44 :6-395/ch.3 

6-387. Field artillery battery, motorized. 240-mm howitzer, or 8-inch gun, tractor- 

drawn. Changes 3 ; May 18. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 :6-397/ch.3 

7-1 Headquarters, infantry division. Changes 3; May 24, 1944. 1944. 1 p.. „ 

W 1.44;7-l/ch.3 

7-2. Headquarters company, infantry division. Changes 4 ; May 25. 1044. 1944 

1 p W1.44:7-2/ch. 4 

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7-14S. 
8-117. 

8-187. 
8-450 (RS 
8-500. 



8-534. 
8-750. 
8-790. 
9-127. 

9-347. 
9-348. 

10-56. 

10-157. 

10-217. 

10-257. 

10-276S. 

11-39. 

11-65. 

11-87S. 
11-95. 

11-96. 

11-97. 

11-127. 

11-147S. 

11-357. 

11-500. 

17-1. 

17-2. 

17-125. 

17-126. 



(janization and equipment — Continued. 

Infantry cannon company, Changes 1; May 19. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W 1.44 : 7-14/2/ch.l 

Infantry cannon company, 105-mm. howitzer, self-propelled. Changes 1 ; 
May 19, 1944. [1944. J 2 p. W 1.44 : 7-14S/ch.l 

Medical sanitary company; May 1'^. 1944. [1944.] 10 p. [Supersedes 
T/0 & B 8-117, June 23, 1943, including Changes 1 and 2. Sept. 21 and 
Oct. 30, 1943.] W 1.44:8-117/2 

Medical base depot company, Changes 2 ; May 3, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W 1.44 : 8-187/2 /ch .2 

). Medical dispensary, aviation (RS), Changes 1; Apr. 27, 1944. [1944.] 

3 p. W 1.44 : 8-450 (RS)/ch.l 

Medical Department service organization; Apr. 23. 1944. [1944.] 52 p. 
[Supersedes T/0 & E 8-500, July 26, 1943, inclmMiig Changes 1-3, Nov. 
19, 1943-Jan. 25, 1944; T/0 & E 8-600-1. Au;;. 12, 1943. including 
Changes 1, Nov. 4, 1943 ; T/O & E 8-610, .Tune 6, 1943, including Changes 
1-3, Sept. 7, 1943-Mar. 24 1944 ; T/0 & E 8-611, Aug. 25, 1943, including 
Changes 1-3, Nov. 3, 1943-Mar. 24. 1944; T/O 8-125. Aug. 11, 1942, 
including Changes 1, Jan. 26, 1943; T/0 8-126, Aug. 11. 1942; T/O 
8-127, Aug. 11, 1942; T/0 8-540, Apr. 1, 1942, including Changes 1, 
Oct. 5, 1942; T/0 8-571, Julv 13, 1942; T/O 8-650, Apr. 1, 1942: T/0 
8-697, Apr. 30, 1942. including Changes 1, Oct. 26. 1942; T/E 8-540, 
Dec. 5, 1942 ; T/E 8-571. Nov. 25, 1942 ; T/E S-650. Nov. 14. 1942 ; 
T/E 8-697, Nov. 21, 1942 ; T/D 8-1017, Aug. 9, 1943 ; T/I) 8-1027, 
Aug. 9, 1943 ; and also Special lists of equipment for malaria control 
and survey units, Dec. 11, 1943.] W 1.44 : 8-500/2 

Medical hospital t^hip platoon, separate, Changes 3 ; May 31. 1944. 1944. 
1 p. W 1.44 : 8-534/ch.3 

Veterinary general hospital. Changes 3 ; Apr. 26, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W 1.44 : 8-750/ch.3 

Veterinary convalescent hospital. Changes 1 ; Apr. 26, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W 1.44 : 8-790/ch.l 

Ordnance medium automotive maintenance company ; May 19, 1944. [1944.] 
10 p. [Supersedes T/0 9-127, Mar. 24, 1943, and T/E 9-127, Mar. 24. 
1943.] W 1.44: 9-127 

Ordnance tire repair company : May 17, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes 
T/O & E 9-347, Oct. 11, 1943.] W 1.44 : 9-347/2 

Ordnance motor vehicle assembly company (portable) ; May 17, 1944. 
[1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes T/0 9-348, Mar. 23, 1943, and T/E 9-348, 
Mar. 23. 1943.] W 1.44 : 9-348 

Headquarters and headquarters detachment, quartermaster battalion, mo- 
bile ; May 3. 1944. [^1944.] 11 p. [Imprint date incorrectly given on 
p. 11 as 1943. Supersedes T/0 & E 10-56. Aug. 8, 1943. including 
Changes 1 and 2, Dec. 18. 1943 and Feb. 23, 1944.] W 1.44 : 10-56/2 

Quartermaster sales company, mobile, Changes 1; May 18, 1944. [1944.] 
7 p. W 1.44 : ia-157/ch.l 

Quartermaster refrigeration company, fixed, Changes 1 ; .'^pr. 26, 1944. 
[1944.] 6 p. W 1.44 : 10-217/ch.l 

Quartermaster fumigation and bath company (mobile). Changes 2: May 7, 
1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : l0-257/2/ch.2 

Quartermaster headquarters and headquarters company, engineer special 
brigade. Changes 1 ; May 9, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. W 1.44 : 10-276S/ch-l 

Signal pigeon company. Changes 1; May 4, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. (Super- 
sedes sec. 2, T/0 & E 11-39, Sept. 6, 1943.] W 1.44 : 11-39/ch.l 

Signal heavy construction battalion ; Apr. 25. 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Su- 
persedes T/0 11-225, July 1, 1942, including Changes 1, Oct. 13. 1943, 
and T/E 11-225, Mar. 12, 1943. including Changes 1-4, July 13-Sept. 
27, 1943.] W 1.44: 11-65 

Signal information and monitoring company ; May 10, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. 

W 1.44 : 11-87S 

Signal operation battalion; May 19. 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes 
T/0 11-95, Apr. 1, 1942, including Changes 1, Aug. 29, 1942.] 

W 1.44: 11-95 

Headquarters and headquarters detachment, signal operation battalion ; 
May 19, 1944 [1944.] 8 p. [Supersedes T/O 11-96, Apr. 1, 1942.] 

W 1.44: 11-96 

Signal operation company, signal oprration battalion ; May 19, 1944. [1944.] 
16 p. [Supersedes T/O 11-97 ; Apr. 1, 1942.] W 1.44 : 11-97 

Signal repair company; Mav ?2. 1944. [1944.] 12 p. [Supersedes T/0 
11-127. Apr. 1, 1942 and T/E 11-127, Mar. 26, 1943.] W 1.44 : 11-127 

Joint assault signal company. Change 3 ; Apr. 28, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W1.44 : ll~147S/ch.3 
May 26. 1944. [1944.1 8 p. 

W1.44 : 11-357 

Dec. 11, 1943. [1944.] 55 p. 

W1.44:ll-500/ch.3 

Headquarters, armored division. Changes 3 ; May 25, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

Wl 44: 17-l/cb,.3 

Headquarters company, armored division. Changes 4 : May IS, 1944. 
[1944] 2 p. W 1.44 : 17-2/ch.4 

Amphibian tractor battalion ; Apr. 29, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 

W 144: 17-125 

Headquarters and headquarters and service company, ampfnbian tractor 
battalion ; Apr. 29. 1944. [1944.] 12 p. W 1.44 : 17-126 



Signal radio maintenance unit, aviation ; 
Signal service organization. Changes 3 



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872 



Governmp:nt Publications 



Tables of Of 
17-127. 

18-10-1. 

18-U5. 

18-26. 

18-27. 

18-28. 

19-500. 

44-27. 

44-77. 
44-115. 

44-116. 

44-117. 
44-135. 
44-136. 

44-138. 

44-217. 
44-225S. 

44^2268. 

44-227S. 

44-327. 
55-37. 

55-110-1. 
55-120-1. 
55-202. 
55-302. 



ganUration and equipment — Continued. 
Amphibian tractor company ; Apr. 29, 1944. 



[1944.] 10 



„ , W 1.44 : 17-127 

Headquarters and headquarters company, tanlc destroyer uroiip, Changes 2 ; 

Apr. 26, 1944. 11944.] 6 p. W 1.44 : 18-10-l/2/ch.2 

Tank destroyer battalion, self-propelled, Changes 1 ; Mav 12 1044. 1944. 

1 p. 'tV 1.44 : 18-25/ch.l 

Headquarters and headquarters company tank destroyer battalion, srlf- 

propelled. Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. [1944.] ;? p. W 1.44 : 18-26/ch.l 
Tank destroyer gun company, taik-destroyer battalion, self-propelled, 

Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. W 1.44 : 18-:i7/ch.l 

Reconnaissance' company, lank destroyer battalion, self-propelled. Changes 

1 : May 12. 1944. [1944] 2 p. W 1.44 : 18-28/ch.l 

Military police service orranization ; Apr. 22. 1944. [1944.] 26 p. [Su- 
persedes T/0 & E 19-500-T, Oct. 25. 1943.] W 1.44 :19-500 
Antiaircraft artillery autoni.itic w-apons battery, mobile; .Apr. 22. 1944. 

[1944.] 12 p. CSupersedes T/0 & E 44-27, Sept. 30, 1943, including 

Changes 1 and 2. Oct. .SO and Nov. 26. 1943.] W 1.44 : 44-27/2 

Antiaircr.'ift artillery automatic weapons battery, self-propelled. C^anges 1 ; 

May 25, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 44-77/2/ch.l 

Antiaircraft artillery gun l)attalion. semimobile : Anr. 26. 1944. [1944.] 

8 p. [Supersedes T/O & E 44-115, Nov. 16, 1943, including Changes 1, 

Feb. 3. 1944.] W 1.44 : 44-115/2 

Headquarters and headquarters batterv. antiaircraft artillery gun battalion, 

semimobile; Apr. 26, 1944. [1944.] 15 p. [Supersedes T/0 & E 

44-110, Nov. 16, 1943, including Changes 1 and 2, Feb. 3 and 8. 1944.1 

W 1.44 : 44-116/3 
Antiaircraft artillery giin battery, semimobile; Apr. 26. 1944. [1944.] 

13 p. [Suprr^^edes T'O & K 44-117 Nov. 16. 1943 1 W 1 -14 : 44-117/2 
Antiaircraft artillery searchlight battalion ; May 23, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. 

[SuDersedes T/0 & E 44-135. D -c. 28, 1943.] W 1.44 : 44-135/2 

Headquarters and headquartei's battery, antiaircraft artillery searrhligbt 

battalion: Mav 23, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. [Supersedes T/0 & E 44-136, 

Dec. 28. 1943] W 1.^4 : 44-136/2 

Antiaircraft artillery searchlight battery; May 2.3, 1944. [1944.! 22 p. 

[Supersedes T/0 & E 44-138, Dec. 28, 1943, including Changes 1, Apr. 

4. 1944.] W 1.44: 44-138/2 

Antiaircraft nrtillerv machine-gun batterv, separate, airborne. Chance 1 ; 

May 6, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 44-217/ch.l 

Antiaircraft a'tillerv automatic weapons battal'on, air-transportable; May 

9, 1944. [1944.]" 8 p. [Supersedes T/0 & E 44-22.-S. Nnv 24. 1943.] 

W1.44:44-2L'5S/2 
Headquarters and headquarters battery, antiaircraft artillerv automatic 

weapons battalion, air-transportable: Mav 9, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. 

[Supersedes T/0 & E 44-226S. Nov. 24. 1943.] W 1.44 : 44-226S/2 

Antiaircraft artillerv automatic weapons battery, air-transpoi-tahle : Mnv 9, 

1944. [1944.] 10 p. [Supersedes T/0 & E 44-227S Nov. 24. 1913] 

W 1.44 :44-227S/2 
Antiaircraft balloon battery, VLA, Changes 3; May 17. 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W1.44 :44-3-:'7 /ch.3 
Transportation Corps: Ampbibian truck companv : Mav 22. 1944. [1944.] 

10 p. [Supersedes T/0 5^-^7. Apr. 29. 1943. and T/E 55-37. Apr. 29, 

1943. and Special list of equipment publishid prior to date bereon so far 

as issue of equipment to this unit is concerned.] W1.44:55-.37 

Same: Headquarters and headnuarters company, mnjor po'-t (oversea). 

Changes 1 ; May 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. W 1 44 : 55-119-1 /ch.l 

Same: Headquarters and headnuarters company, medium port (over-ea) ; 

May 13. 1944. [1944] 16 p. W 1 .44 : 55-120-1 

Same: Headquarters and headquarters company, railwav g'an'i division. 

Changes 1: Anr. 27. 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : .^.5-202 'cb.l 

Same: Headquarters and headquarters companv. military railway service; 

Mav 4. 1944. [1944] 12 p [Supersedes T/0 55-302. \pr.' 10 T943. 

and T/E 55-302, Apr. 10, 1943] W 1.44 : 55-302 

Technical nwnvnls. Technical manual : Accounting for Government property 
furnished under fixed price contracts; June 1, 1944. 1944. iv+20 p. 4° 
(TM 14-911.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.3.^ : 14-911 

NoTK. — Technical manuals consist of a series of pamphlets supplementing the Field 
manuals covering subjects, the separate treatment of which is considered essential to 
a fuller accomplishment of the training prescribed in the Field manual series. The 
scope of this series includes pamphlets describing materiel and containing instructions 
for the operation, care, maintenance and handling thereof; guidebooks for instructors and 
specialists; reference books; and the like. • Item 1137. 

Same: Administrative audit procedures for cost-plus-a-flxed-fee supply con- 
tracts. Changes 1 ; May 1, 1944. [1944.] [1] +31-32+66-67 p. 4° (TM 14-1000 
[changes] 1.) Included in price of manual. W 1.35: 14-1000/ch.l 



Same : Agent finance oflUcers, Changes 1 ; 

(TM 14-505 [changes] 1.) * Paper, 5c. 



Apr. 17, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 
W 1.35 : 14-505/ch.l 



— Same : Armv supply procedure, pt. 
2 p. 4° (TM 38-205, pt. 1 [changes] 1. ) 



1, Changes 1; Apr. 19, 1944. [1944.] 
♦ Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 38-205/pt.l/ch.l 



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July 1944 §73 

Technical manuals — Continued. 

Same: pt. 3, Stock control for oversea commands; May 15, 1944 1944 

ii+20p. 11.4° (TM 38-205, pt. 3.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 38-205/pt.3 

Same : Carpentry, Changes 1 ; May 20, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. 11. (TM 5-226 

[changes] 1.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 5-22G/ch.l 

Same : Finance service in mobile field units, Changes 1 ; May 2 1944 1944 

Ip. 4" (TM 14-506 [changes] 1.) [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.35 : 14-506/cii.l 

Same: Fire protection by troop organizations in theaters of operations 

[with list of references] ; Mar. 23, 1944. 1944. [3] +184 p. 11 (TM 5-315 ) 

* Paper, 30c. W 1.35 : 5-315 

Same : Hydrogen generator ML-303 TM ; June 15, 1944. 1944 lv+8 n il 

( TM 11-2413. ) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 11-1^413 

Same: Installation of radio and interphone equipment in light tank M3\3 

Changes 1; Slay 10, 19-14. [1944.] [4] p. il. 4° (TM 11-2700 [changes] 1 )' 

Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 11-2700/ch.l 

Same: Model disbursement and collection vouchers, Changes 1- May 19 

1C44. 1944. 1 p. 4° (TM 14-507 [changes] 1.) [Issued in loose-leaf form ] 
^''iPe^ 5c. W 1.35 : 14-507/ch.l 

Same: Officers' pay and allowances: Dec. 1, 1943. 1944 [4]-f83 p 4° 

(TM 14-501.) [Supersedes TM 14-250, Mar. 1, 1943.] * Paper, 25c. 

W 1.35 : 14-501 

Same, Changes 1; May 3, 1944. [1944.] [l]+15-15a+16-16a p 4° (TM 

14-501 [changes] 1.) ♦ Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 14-501/ch.l 

Same: Rectifier RA-37; June 21, 1944. 1944. iv+20 p 11 (TM 11-955 ) 

* Paper, 10c. W 1.35: 11-955 

Same: War Department fiscal code; Jan. 1, 1944. 1944. [6] +276 p 4° 

(TM 14-700.) [Issued in loose-leaf form. No. distribution to depository 
libraries by Documents Oflice for this manual or Changes 1 listed below 
Super.sedes War Department fiscal code, July 1, 1943, and revisions throush 
Dec. 31, 1943.] % W 1.35: 14-700 

-— Same, Changes 1 : May 5, 1944. [1944.] [74] p. 4° (TM 14-700 [changes] 
1. ) [Issued ni loose-leaf form.] t W 1.35 : 14-700/cb.l 

Troop movements. POR, preparation for oversea movements of individual replace- 
ments ; May 15 1944. [1944.] cover title, ii-iv+10 p. 11. 4° ( Pamphlet 29-2 ) 
i?"?oIfl^^\'^^"^ °^ ^^^- ^' ^^^^' iJicluding Changes 1 and 2, Jan. 3 and Feb 
^3,1944.] I W 1.43: 29-2 

ARMY AIR FORCES 

Air force, official service journal of Army Air Forces, June 1944; [v 27 no 61 
[Air Force Editorial Office, New York, N. Y., 1944.] cover title 64 p il 
[Monthly. Text and other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] $• wio8.7:27/6 

Government supplies. U. S. Army specifications. 

Note.— In the list below, some of the Amenilnu-nts and Notice.s are for snecifications 
Momhi^'^nn'ti?""*"' *^,"'"i^ *'r,;'™*' ^h*'" *'"»'-*'^« t"r the specifications appealed in ?hl 
offil^ '^ ^'U?.'^! ,'^"^'^.'' t^« Adjutant General's Department, and for these the old clas^ 
whfch they^eionl' '" '' '''^'°'" '"^ ''"^'' '^''^ ^^^^ "^^^ ^' ^'"1 with the publfcations to 

-iF'-, ^■^.■^^"'"•^' specification: Belt, gunners safety, type A^ (ball turret) 
'?S'^^I ^o^,*"/ ^^' ^'^"'- [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 18, 1944.] Ip 12° 
(No. 94-3139 [amdt. 1].) f W 3.48/1 : 94-3139/amdt.l 

— - Same: Camera, aircraft, type K-17B, amdt. 7; Apr. 15, 1944. [Wright 
Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 26, 1944.] 5 p. il. 120 (No. 75-94-B [amdt. TL) 
[Supersedes and include.s Amendment 6. Mar. 4, 1944.] f 

W 3.48/1 : 75-94-B/amdt.7 

-— - Same: Camera, gun, type AN-N6 (35 mm. lens, 16 mm., 24 volts, D. C.) ; 
"rP^fi«\^ re ^^^ ^''^^t Field, Daytou, Ohio, Apr. 26, 1944.] 17 p. il. 12° (No. 
'^o66.) [Supersedes No. 31353, Jan. 19, 1944.] f W 1.49: 75-366 

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874 Government Publications 

Oovemment supplies — Continued. 

Same: Container, message type A-8 (illuminated) ; Apr. 24, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Dayton, Oiiio, May 3, 1944.] 8 p. il. 12° (No. 94-40451.) [Supersedes 
No. 40431, Jan. 9, 1943.] t W 1.49 : 94-40451 

Same: Control, vertical gyro (for tyi)e A-5 aircraft automatic pilot), 

amdt. 1; Apr. 22, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 20, 1944.] 2 p. 12° 
(No. 94-27359 [amdt. 1].) t W 3.48/1 : 94-27359/amdt.l 

Same: Easel, photographic retouching (8 by 10 negative) ; Apr. 8, 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 2(5, 1944.] 4 p. 12° (No. 75-368.) [Super- 
sedes No. 31035-A, July 29, 1936.] t W 1.49: 75-368 

Same: Filters, photographic (for ground cameras) ; Apr. 7, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 15, 1944.] 7 p. il. 12° (No. 75-367.) [Supersedes 
No. 31340, Oct. 4, 1943.] t W 1.49: 75-367 

Same: Gage, (aircraft) suction (1% inch round dial) type F-1, notice 1; 

Mar. 29, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 22. 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 
94-27730-A [notice 1].) t W 3.48/1 : 94-27739-A/notice 1 

Same; Gage, fuel pressure, type C-14B (remote indicating-autosyn) (air- 
craft, 26 volts, 400 cycles) ; Apr. 15, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 
21, 1944.] 9 p. il. 12° (No. 94-27935-D.) [Supersedes No. 94-27935-C, July 
9, 1943 (date is incorrectly given as July 9, 1944).] t W 1.49 : 94-27935-D 

Same : Glass, selected plate (photographic), amdt. 1 ; May 8, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Davton, Ohio, May 9, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 75-357 [amdt. 1].) t 

W1.49:75-357/amdt.l 

Same : Glove, mechanic's winter, type D-3 ; Apr. 29, 1944. [Wright Field. 

Dayton, Ohio, May 10, 1944.] 3 p. 12° (No. 94-3154.) [Supersedes No. 3154. 
Sept. 13. 1943.] t W 1.49: 94-3154 

Same: Indicator, airspeed, type F-IA (aircraft) ; Apr. 14, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Davton, Ohio, 1944.] 9 p. 12° (No. 94-27916-B.) [Supersedes No. 
94-27916-A. May 1, 1942.] t AV 1.49 : 94-27916-B 

Same: Indicator, fuel mixture (aircraft) general specification for; Apr. 

11, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 10 p. 12° (No. 94-27844-D.) 
[Sul>ei-sedes No. 94-27844-C, Sept. 17, 1942.] t W 1.49 : 94-27844-D 

— ■ — Same: Indicator, pilot director (for type A-5 aircraft automatic pilot), 
amdt. 1; Apr. 26, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 2 p. il 12° (No. 
94-27365 [amdt. 1].) t W 3.48A : 94-27365/amdt.l 

Same: Indicator, sight line level, type A-2; Apr. 11, 1944. [Wright Field, 

Dayton, Oliio, 1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (No. 93-24688-A.) [Supersedes No. 93-24688, 
June 21. 1041.] t W 1.49 : 93-24688^A 

Same: In.sert, knit woolen (for tyjoe D-3 glove) ; Apr. 29, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Davton, Ohio, ^ay 10, 1944.] 6 p. 12° (No. 94-3190.) [Supersedes No. 
3100, Aug. 19, 1943.] t W 1.49: 94-319!) 

Same : Installation of lighting in aircraft, general specification for ; Apr. 

11. 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 19 p. il. 12° (No. 94-32265-C.) 
[Supersedes No. 94-32205-B, Aug. 10, 1942.] t W 1.49 :94-32265-C 

Same: Instruments, remote indicating-autosyn, (aircraft) general speci- 
fication for; Apr. 11, 1044. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 21, 1944.] 15 
p. il. 12° (No. 94-27864-C.) [Supersedes No. 94-27864-B, July 12, 1943.] i 

W 1.49 : 94-27864-( ' 

Same: Jacket, winter flying, tyjie B-9 (quilted lining); Apr. 29, 1044. 

[Wright Field, Davton. Ohio. May 10, 1944.] 12 p. il. 12" (No. 94-31."iH.) 
[Supersedes No. 3156, Aug. 6, 1943.] f W 1.49 : 94-315;! 

• Same: Kit, photographic copying and enlarging, type P-1 (airborne). 

amdt. 1 ; Apr. 28. 1944. [Wright Field, Davton, Ohio, Mav 5, 1944.] 7 p. il. 12^' 
(No. 75-358 [amdt. 1].) t W 1.49: 75-3,58/anKlt.l 

Same: Kit, photographic darkroom, type U-1 (portable by air) ; Apr. 10 

1944. [Wright Field. Dayton. Ohio, Apr. 21, 1944.] 4 p. 12° (No. 75-369.) 
[Supersedes No. 40066, Sept. 8, 1943.] t W 1.49: 75-369 



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July 1944 gy^ 

Goveniment supplies — Continued. 

"TTv Same: Lamp assembly, cockpit, type C-4A (24 volts D. C.) • Apr 18 1»44 

A\ right Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 26. 1!>14.] 13 p. il. 12" (No 94-'3*Sic > 

[Supersedes No. n4-322<>4-B, July 24, 1942.] f W 1 4!) : g^St-C 

'Ttvt ?''!^^J..L;Y»1> ''^sembly, cockpit, type C-7A (12 volts D. C) ; Apr. 18 1944 

Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 2fi, 1£«4.] 13 p. il 12° (No 94:3'nQr; 

[Supersedes No. 32396, Aug. 8, 1942.] f P u. i- w l^ioT^t^Oe 

-—- Same: Lamp assembly, flashlight, type A-OB (penlight)- Mav 2 1944 

Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 5, 19-M ] 8 p. il 12" (No <>4-32378 R ^ 

[Supersedes No. &4-32378^A, Feb. 1, 1943.] f ' W 1 49': glf^fJ^B 

~~^ ^^^}^l- Y^\ photographic (40-inch, F/r,.6 telephoto) ; Apr. 18 1944 

Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 26, 1944.] 4 pil 12" (No 75-3^1' 

[Supersedes No. 31285, Jan. 30. 1943.] f W 1 49 : 7r;-370 

— - Same: Motor, electric, 24 volt, D. C. (tow target windlass, a> pound-feet 
torque), amdt. 1 : M^^y 10 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton. Ohio. May 12 1944 
2p. 12» (No. 94-32417 [amdt. 1].) t W 1.49 : 94-32417/amdt.l 

~T^ ^T}^^- ^.f"^^'' di^'ect-positive sensitized (dry processing) ; Mar 30 1944 
[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 15, 1944.] 7 p. 12" (No 19^67 ) fSuner' 
sedes No. 31099-A, Feb. 2.5, 1943.] t W 1.49: 19-27 

— — Same : Pilot, aircraft automatic, type A-5, amdt. 1 • Anr ''1 1944 r WH^^hf 
Field, Dayton, Ohio, Apr. 25, 1944.] i ^ 12" (No 91^27329 "[a mdt^l] ) f 

W 3.48/1 : 94-27329/amdt.l 

~l^nv^'?Tqit/^^w ^^f^/^,!.^ rT.^""' .*^P^ ^-^^^ (engine-driven, 250O watts) ; 
^.Iclk ■^^■*- f Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 10, 1944 1 17 n 12" rNn 
W-32381-A.) [Supersedes No. ^323.81, Apr. 1. iW] t W 1 49 f 9^-32381 A 

Same: Pump, hydraulic oil fixed displacement (engine-driven-aircraft) 

general |Peo>fications for ; Apr. ^,1944 [Wright Field, ifayton, Ohio May 3 

lolti - ^' ^ 95-284.04-A.) [Supersedes No. 95-28454, Apr lo! 

"*• J ' W 1.49 : 9f^28454-A 

- Saine: Rack, amplifier (for type A-5 aircraft automatic pilot) qmdt 1 • 

famdf ll'^-^ ^""^"^'^ ^'''''^ ^^^*^"' ^^*«' l^^-l ^ P 12"'^ (No. 11^73^6 
^^°'''^- ^J-^ ' W 3.48/1 :94-273G0/amdt.l 

~7iv ?l?'i^-^,T?.^^?'' *^P^ ^"^ aircraft automatic pilot), amdt. 1 ; May 2 1944 
[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 3, 1&44.] 3 p. 12" (No. ^27361 [amdt 

^•^ ' W 3.48/1 :94-27361/amdt.i 

— - Same: Shell leather (for type D-3 glove) ; Apr. 29, 1«M4. [Wright Field 

?i9rSen?i3'l^iY/';'^'-^ 6 p. il. 12" (No. 94-319L) [ Super! elrNo.' 
oA.^1. cepu. xd, itwrf.j t W 1.49: 94-3191 

~7^. ^^^f: ^'^'^*' P^^*^ ^'"' tyP^ -'^-ll; Apr. 12. 1944. [Wright Field Divtnn 

?ti\^^-^ 3P12° (No. 93-24758-A.)^ [Supersedes No. 91-^7^', jSne 3! 

^ ^ W 1.49 : 93-24758-A 

~7^ .S'!™*L-. Solenoid, type G-9 (aircraft. 24 volts, D. C), amdt 1 • Apr '>6 1»44 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohi«, 1944.] 2 p. 12" (No. 93-247o5l-B [mndt. 1 '].) f 

W 1.49 : 93~2470(3-B/amdt.l 

— - Same: Tachometer, electric, type E-lOA (remote indicatine-autosvn^ 

aircraft, 26 volts, 400 cycles) ; Apr. 14, 1!M4. [Wriglit M D- vton Oh io 

tr. ^'iStV .^ P- "• ''" ^^«- '•>^27972-B.) [Suix^iLdJs L ;r279S: 

Aug. .;. 1.J4CS.J t W1.49:94-27972-B 

~¥av^ri'cm'^'''^w"lT'v-'/V'^t?"''^" (aircraft) general specification for; 
oZ^iA-.^- /J^^'Sht Field. Dayton. Ohio, May 12, 1944.] 9 p. 12" (No 
94-27141-J.) [Supersedes No. 94-27141-1. Apr. 9, 1<.>43.] t 

W1.49:94-27141-J 

~7^ Same : Thcrniometer, type C-l^B (aircraft, din'ct reading) ; Mav 3 1944 

Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 5, 1944.] 10 p. il. 12" ( No 94-27328-B ) 

[Supersedes No. 94-27328-A, Dec. 4,1942.] t W 1 49^ 94-2732£b 

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Oovcniment supplies — Continued. 

Same : Trailer, airdrome utility, type F-2, amdt. 2 ; Apr. 13, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Dayton, Oliio, 1944.] .3 p. 12° (No. 91-86 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes and 
includes Amendment 1, Feb. 21, 1944.] t W 1.49 : yi-86/amdt.2 

Same: Ilnit, filter, pbotograptiic (ground camera), amdt. 1; Apr. 14, 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 2 p. 12° (No. 7.>2S1 [amdt. H.) t 

W 3.48/1 : 75-281/amdt.l 

ARMY SERVICES FORCES 

Cut-hacks. Adjustment of production cut-backs, n. p. [1944.] [39] p. il. oblong 
48'' I W 109.2 : P 94 

Manpower utilization report on worlc simplification. May 1944. cover title, 
iT+53 p. il. 4° (Control Division.) t 
L. .C. card 44-41118 W 109.6 : M 31 

Supply catalogs. Army Service Forces catalog : Ordnance supply catalog. [Pub- 
lications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1944.] [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] t 

>jQ.pj; — jn xhe lists below, some of the Changes are for the Standard nomenclature 
lists when they were issued by the Ordnance Department before the establishment of 
the Army Service Forces, catalog, and for these, the old classification W 34.23 : is 
retained in order that they may be filed with the publications to which they belong. 

Ord. 5 SNL. 

H-1 Standard hardware; June 1, 1944. 107 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list 
II-l.) [Supersedes SNL H-1, Mar. 26, 1942 and Changes 1 and 2, June 22, 
1943 and Apr. 3, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 5 H-1 

H-2 Miscellaneous hardware, Changes 3; Apr. 3, 1944. 13 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list H-2, changes 3.) [Supersedes Changes 2, Aug. 14, 1943.] 

W 34.23 : H-2/2/ch.3 

J-2 Cutting, boring and tweezer tools; Apr. 1, 1944. 183 p. il. (Standard nom- 
enclature li.'it J-2. [Supersedes SNL J-2, Jan. 13, 1938. and Changes 2, 
Mar. 24, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 5 J-2 

J-4 Punch, drift, fastening and scraping tools, Changes 2 ; Feb. 4, 1944. 2 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list J-4, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, Sept. 
20, 1943.] W 34.23 : .T-4/2/943/ch.2 

J-5 Lifting holding and forming tools ; Mar. 2, 1944. 21 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list J-5.) [Supersedes SNL J-5, Mar. 8, 1938.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 5 J-5 

J-9 Measuring and testing instruments. Changes 1 ; Apr. 5, 1944. 2 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list J-9, changes 1.) W 34.23 : J-9/ch.l 

K-1 Cleaning, preserving and lubricating materials, recoil fluids, special oils, and 
miscellaneous related items; Mar. 27, 1944. 49 p. (Standard nomenclature 
list K-1.) [Supersedes SNL K-1, Nov. 1, 1942, and Changes 4, June 16, 
1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 5K-1 

M-1 Electrical apparatus units and parts, Changes 2 ; May 8. 1944. [2] p. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list M-1, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, Dec. 8, 
194.3.] W 109.14: Ord 5 M-l/ch.2 

N-10 Ammunition surveillance, testing and Inspection equipment and supplies ; May 
5 1944. l.T p. (Standard nomenclature list N-10.) [Supersedes SNL 
N-10, Nov. 26, 1942.] W 109.14 : Ord 5 N-10 

Ord Stoclc list. 

Stock list of items (cross-reference of tools, equipment and supplies, ordnance section. 

Federal standard stock catalog) sec. A-P, R-W, Y-Z ; Mar. 4. 1944. various 

paging. [For information only.) W 109.14 : Or 1 o/2/spc'A.etc. 

Same, sec. A, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 8 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.A/ch.l 

Same, sec. E, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 3 p. W 109.14 : Ord r)/2/sec.E/ch.l 

Same. sec. F, Changes 1 : May 12, 1944. C p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.F/ch.l 

Same, sec. U, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 2 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.U/ch.l 

Ord 6 SXL. Tools, maintenance, for repair. 

B-20. Small and hand arms, and pyrotechnic projectors. Changes 1 ; Mar. 1, 1944. 
2 p. (Standard nomenclature list B-20, changes 1.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 6 B-20/ch.l 
F-21. Kit, repair, optical, for field artillery. Changes 2 ; May 1-'>, 1944. 1 p. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list F-21, changes 2.) W.34.23 : F-21/2/ch.2 
N-18 Tool-set, armorers', tank destro.ver battalion. Changes 1 ; May 4, 1944. 2 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list N-18. changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord N-lS/ch.l 
N-19. Tool-sets, motor transport. Changes 2; Jan. 24, 1944. 2 p. (Standard no- 
menclature list N-19, changes 2.) [Supersedes Cli.-inges 1. Dec. 31. 194.S.] 

W 34.23 : N-19/2/94.^.-2/ch.2 
Same. Changes 3: Feb. 25, 1944. 4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-19. 
changes 3.) [Supersedes Changes 2, Jan. 24. 1944.] 

''>^» ' I 1 b , ^ g^^^ _ N-19/2/943-2/ch.3 

Same, Changes 4; Apr. 22, 1944. 4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-19, 
changes 4.) [Supersedes Changes 3, Feb. 25. ^944.]^^ ^ N-19/2/943-2/ch.4 

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Supply catalogs— Continued. 

Same, Changes 5; May 10, 1944. 4 p. (Standard nomenclature list, N-19, 
changes 5.) [Supersedes Changes 4, Apr. 22, 1944.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 6 N-19/ch.5 

N— 20. Tool-set, armorers', field artillery battalion, Changes 1 ; May 4, 1944. 2 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list N-20, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 6 N-20/ch.l 

X-21. Ordnance maintenance sets. Changes 3; May 15, 1944. 7 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list N-21, changes 3.) [Supersedes Changes 2, Apr. 22, 1944.1 

W 109.14 : Ord 6 N-21/ch.3 

N— 23. Tool-set, unit equipment, special for posts, camps and stations, Changes 2 ; 
May S, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-23, changes 2.) [Super- 
sedes Changes 1, Jan. 10, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 6 N-23/943-2/ch.2 

Ord 7 SNL. Organizational spare parts and equipment. 

A-37. Gun, machine, cal. .50, Browning, M2, watercooled, flexible, and mounts ; Feb. 
23, 1944. 27 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list A-37.) [Supersedes 
SNL A— 37, organizational spare parts and equipment, Nov. 17, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-37 
A-55. Mount, combination gun, M24 and M24A1 ; Jan. 15, 1944. 7 p. il. (Standard 
nomenclature list A— 55, sec. 9.) [Supersedes SNL A— 55, sec. 9, organi- 
zational spare parts and equipment, Sept. 22, 1943.] 

\V 1(19.14 : Ord 7 A-Ho/secit 
Mount, flexible bow gun (D67194) ; Dec. 23, 1943. 4 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list A-55, sec. 41.) W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-55/8ec.41 
Mount, machine gun, cal. .30, M48 : Jan. 14, 1944. 6 p. il. (Standard no- 
menclature list A-55, sec. 32.) [Supersedes SNL A-55, sec. 32, organiza- 
tional spare parts and equipment, Oct. 15, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-55/sec.32 
Mount, machine gun, twin, cal. .50, T52 ; Dec. 28, 1943. 4 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list A-55, sec. 26.) W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-55/sec.26 

A-59. Gun, machine, cal. .50, Browning, M2, heavy barrel, turret type ; Feb. 15, 1944. 
17 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list A-59.) [Supersedes SNL A-59, 
organizational spare parts and equipment, Sept. 23, 1943, and Changes 1, 
Nov. 16, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-59 

B-4. Rifle, U. S., cal. .30, M1917 ; May 2, 1944. 14 p. il. (Standard nomenclature 
list B-4.) [Supersedes SNL B-4, organizational spare parts and equip- 
ment, Feb. 17, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-4/2 
Same, Changes 1; June 2, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list B-4, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-4/2/ch.l 
B-6. Pistol, automatic, cal. .45, M1911 and M1911A1 ; May 18, 1944. 12 p. il. 
(Standard nomenclature list B-6). [Supersedes SNL B-6, organizational 
spare parts and equipment, Feb. 18, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-6/2 
B-17. Rifle, U. S., cal. .22, M1922, Ml and M2 ; May 7, 1944. . 8 p. il. (Standard 
nomenclature list B-17.) [Supersedes SNL B-17, organizational spare 
parts and equipment, Dec. 31, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-17/2 
B-25. Rifles, cal. .22 (commercial). Changes 1; May 12, 1944. 2 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list, B-25, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-25/ch.l 
D-33. Gun, 8-in., Ml, and carriage, gun, 8-in., M2 ; Feb. 22, 1944. 31 p. il. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list D-33.) [Supersedes SNL D-33, organizational spare 
parts and equipment, July 29, 1943, and Changes 2, Oct. 9, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 D^33 
F-39. Finder, range, 80-cm base, M1918; Feb. 27, 1944. 5p.il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list F-39.) [Supersedes SNL F-39, Apr. 20, 1934, p. 10-16, cover- 
ing equipment and that part of Changes 1, Oct. 6, 1941, pertaining to 
equipment.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 F-39 

G-102. Carrier, 81-mm mortar, half-track, M21 ; Jan. 15, 1944. 25 p. il. (Standard 
nomenclature list G-102, v. 15.) [Supersedes G-102, v. 15, organizational 
spare parts and equipment, Oct. 15, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-102/v.lO 

G-103. Tank, light, M.3A3 ; Feb. 2, 1944. 35 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list 
G-103, V. 7.) [Supersedes SNL G-103, v. 7, organizational spare parts 
and equipment, Dec. 2, 1943, and Changes 1, Jan. 2, 1944.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-103/V.7 
G-104. Tank, medium. M3 ; Jan. 7, 1944. 47 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list 
G-104, V. 1.) [Supersedes SNL G-104, v. 1, organizational spare parts and 
equipment, July 30, 1943, and Changes 4, Nov. 22, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-104/v.l 
Tank, medium, M3A1, tank, medium, M3A2 ; Dec. 22, 1943. 37p.il. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list G-104, v. 12.) [Supersedes SNL G-104, v. 12, 
organizational spare parts and equipment, July 30, 1943, and Changes 3, 
Nov. 22, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-104/V.12 

Tank, medium, M3A3 ; Feb. 5, 1944. 32 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list 
G-104, V. 5.) [Supersedes SNL G-104, v. 5, organizational spare parts 
and equipment, July 26, 1943, and Changes 2, Oct. 20, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-104/V.5 
Tank, medium, M3A4 ; Feb. 6, 1944. 34 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list 
G-104. V. 3.) [Supersedes SNL G-104, v. 3, organizational spare parts and 
equipment, July 26, 1943. and Changes 1, Aug. 19, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-104/V.3 
Tank, medium, M3A5 ; Feb. 5, 1944. 32 p. II. (Standard nomenclature list 
G-104, V. 10.) [Supersedes SNL G-104, v. 10, organizational spare parts 
and equipment, July 26, 1943, and Changes 2, Oct. 20, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-104/v.lO 

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Supply catalogs — Contimiod. 

G-116. Truck, wreckiiif;, heavy, Ml (series 2) (Ward La France) ; Dec. 16, 194S. 
30 p n. (Standard nomenclature list G-116, v. 2.) ^ [Supersedes SNL 
G-116 V. 2, oriiauizational spare parts and equipment, Sept. 10, 1943, and 
ChanKes 1, Oct 16, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-116/V.2 

c;-138 Truck 2V2-ton, 6X6, small arms repair, M7 and M7A1 (Signal Corps) ; Mar. 
±ac. ^^ 'i944. 31 p. ii. (Standard nomenclature list G-138, v. 2.) [Super- 
sedes SNL G-138, V. 2, organizational spare parts and equipment, Jan. 10, 
1943! and Changes 3, Mar. 2. 1944.] W 109.14 : (5rd 7 G-138/V.2 

0-1 30 Truck 2y.-ton, 6X6 automotive repair, MS and M8A1 (load A) : Mar. 18, 
1944 i08p.il. (Standard nomenclature list G-139, V. 1.) [Supersedes 
SNL G-139, V. 1, organizational spare parts and equipment, Aug. 24, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 7 G— lo9/v.l 

S.ime Chances 1: May 16, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature list 

G-i39,v! changes 1.) ' W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-139/v.l/ch.l 

fi-144 Truck 2V.-ton. 0X6, spare parts, M14 (load A), Changes 3; Feb 23, 1944. 
L> I), ("standard nomenclature list G-144, v. 1, changes 3 ) [ Supf-rsedes 
Changes 2. Doc. 2.3, 1943.] W 34.23 : G"144/2/v.l/orgn/943/ch.3 

G-149 Truck 2y.-ton 6X6, electrical repair, M18 and M18A1, Changes 2; May 16, 
" 1944 '[21 n (Standard nomenclature list G-149, changes 2.) [Super- 
sedes Changes 1, Dec. 25, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-149/ch.2 

G-509. Truck, 4-ton, 6X6 (Diamond T) [for certain models] ; May 10, 1944. 22 p. 
il 40 (Standard nomenclature list G-509.) [Supersedes SNL G-509, 
organizational spare parts and equipment, Apr. 28, 1943 and Changes 1 and 
2, Jan. 24 and May 5, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 G-509 

Ord 8 SNL. Higher echelon spare parts and equipment (addendum). 

A-5 Gun. machine, cal. .30, Browning, M1917. & M1917A1 and mounts. Changes 1 ; 
Mar. 6, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature ^st^A-5,cMn|e2_L^^^^^ 

A-42. Chart, hand (M3A4. M4A1.. M5A1 and M6A1) ; ^^^^ /^i^^^^^ 10 P; ^■ 
(Standard nomenclature list A-42.) [Supersedes SNL A-42, HESP&E, 
Addendum. Mar. 8, 1944.] _ .J^ ^^V Jo ai .t a < 

A-50 Gun, automatic, 40-mm, Ml, carnage, gun, 40-mm, M2 and M2A1 (A. A.), 
carriage, gun, twin, 20-mm, M4 (A. A.), and mount, gun 40-mm, Mu( air- 
borne). Changes 3 ; Feb. 5, 1944. 5 p. (Standard nomenclature list A-oO, 
changes 3.) [Supersedes Changes 1 and 2, Apr. 20,»3"/2K-5d/add /ch.3 

Mount, bow gun, cal. .30 (D93884) ; Dec. 17, 1943^ 4 p.' (Standard nomen- 
clature list a:-55. sec. 39.) "^J^^J^' ^l^ ^ ^'<%^/^^^Ia 
A-55 Mount bow gun, cal. .30, M27 (modified) ; Jan. 28. 1944 6 p. (Standard 
A DO. *^«"^°„^^j,°i^ture list A-55,' sec. 8.) [Supersedes SNL A-55 sec 8 f ^^^.^iTs 
Tnlv 26 1943 1 W 109.14 : Ord 8 A-oO/sec.» 

Mount, combination gun, M24 and M24A1 ; Jan. 12 1944 16 p^ il. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 9.) [Supersedes SNL A-00, sec. 9, ad- 
dendum. Sept. 3, 1943 and Changes 1. Nov.^l'il^^V: Ord 8 A-55/sec.9/944 

Mount, flexible bow gun (D67194) ; Dec. 17, 1943^, ^P- (Standard nomen- 
clai-ure list A-55 sec 41.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 A-oo/sec.41 

Mount flexible bow' gun (D71-97) ; Dec. 17, 1943^,4 p (Standard nomen- 
pintiirp list A-55 sec 36.). W 109.14 : Ord 8 A-5o/sec.3b 

Moin? machine^un; a' A., caL .30 (D41488) ; Dec 18. 1943. 4 p. _ (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 37.)^ \V 109^4 : Oj^ 8 A-o5/sec.37 

Mount machine gun, A. A., cal. .50 (D70627) ; Dec. 17 1943 4 p 
(Standard nomeSclature list A-55, sec. 40.) ^W 109^4 : Ord 8 A-o5/sec.40 

Mount machine gun. A. A.. caL .50 (D80030) ; Dec. 17. 1943. - p. 
(Standard nomeSclature list A-55. sec. 38. ) W 109.14 : Ord 8 A--55/8ec.38 

Mount machine gun. cal. .30 (E6160) ; Dec. 17, 1943. 7 p. U. (Standard 
nomenclature list A-55, sec. 25.) ,0 ^o^.^^H^ ^'''^■1^ ^T^f^.^^nrrt 

Mount, machine gun, cal. .30, M48 ; Jan. 12 1944 Op il.( Standard 
nomenclature list A-55, sec. 32.) [Supersedes SNL A-55, sec 32 ad- 
(ipjulum Sfnt 30 1043 1 W 109.14 : Ord 8 A-55/sec.32 

Mount pedeTal, machine gun, cal. .50, M39. M43, and mount, pedestal 

machine gun, twin. cal. 50. M46 ; Dec. 17. 1943. 26 p. il. (Standard 

nomenclat^ure list 'A-5.5. sec. 33.) W 109 14 : Ord 8 A-5o/sec.33 

B-4. Rifle. U. S., cal. .30, M1917 ; Apr. 20. 1944. 8 p. il. (Standard nomenclature 

list B-4.) [Supersedes SNL B-4, HESP & B. a'^^^^^^^^'^if fg^d 8^/2 

B-6. Pistol, automatic, cal. .45, M1911 and M1911A1 ; Feb 26, 1944. 12 pil. 
(Standard nomenclature list B-6. [Supersedes SNL B-6 addenduno. 
Jan. 18. 1943. and Changes 1. May 15. 1943.] ^^^Vji\^''9i,^ 

Same ■ Mav 15 1944. 12p.il. (Standard nomenclature list B-6.) [Super- 
sedes SNL B-6, HESP & E (addendum). Feb. 26, l^^j^^ ^4 . Qrd 8 R-6/2 

B-16. Arm locker, arm rack, arm repair chest, and pistol cleaning kit ; May 9, 1944. 
12 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list B-16.) [Supersedes SNL B-16 
addendum, Sept. 7. 1943.] ^^^^ ^ l*^^"^,"^' ^/£^ h 

B-17 Rifle, U. S.. cal. .22. M1922. Ml. and M2 ; May 1. 1944. H P- jl- (Standard 
nomenclature list B-17.) [Supersedes SNL B-17. adde^ndum July 24 
194.3, and Changes 1. Dec. 28. 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 8 B-17 

F-36. Watches, recorders, time interval; Mar. 6, 1944 32 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list F-36.) [Supersedes SNL F-36. a^dendum,^July^l,^194|.J^_^^ 

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F-194. Clock, message center, Ml ; May 4, 1944. 8 i>. il. (Standard nomenclature 
list F-194.) [Supersedes SXL F-194, addendum, June 22, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 8 F-194 

F-i'lO. Binocular, M3, M6, M8, M9 and M13, Changes 1; May 25, 1944. [2] p. 
(Standard nomenclature list F-210, changes 1.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 8 F-210/2/ch.l 

F-268. Binocular. Mo (British) ; May 22, 1944. 7 p. (Standard nomenclature list 
F-268.) [Supersedes SNL F-268, addendum, July 3, 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 8 F-268 

G-123. V. 1. Trailer, Athey. G-ton, BT 898-1, Trailer, Athey, 6-toii, BT 898-4 v. 2. 

Trailer, Athey, 20-ton, ET 1070-1; Dec. 10, 1943. 16 p. (Standard 

nomenclature list G-123 v. 1 and 2.) [Supersedes SNL G-123, v. 1 and 2, 

tentative addendum, June 11, 1942.] W 109.14 : Ord 8 G-123/v.l,2 

J— 5. Lifting, holding, and forming tools; Apr. 6, 1944. 7 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list J-5.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-5 

J— 7. Welding, forging, vulcanizing, soldering, and brazing equipment ; Apr. 6, 1944. 
4 p. (Standard nomenclature list J-7.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-7 

J— 9. Measuring and testing instruments; Apr. 6, 1944. 6 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list J-9.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-9 

J— 108. Compressor, air, gasoline-engine-driven, 3-cu-ft-per-min., DeVilbiss no. UAJE 
5103, complete, and compressor, air, gasoline-engine-driven, 3-cu-ft-per-min., 
DcViibiss no. UAJE SlO-S-l, complete: May 4, 1944. 7 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list J-108.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-108 

J-326. Machine, sewing, elec, 110/220 v., 60 c, sgle-ph.. Singer no. 7-31, complete ; 
May 4, 1944. 4 p. (Standard nomenclature list J-326.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-326 

Ord 9 SNL. List of all parts. 

A-29. Gun. automatic, 37-mm, M1A2, carriage, automatic gun, 37-mm, M3, M3A1 
and M3E1, mount, combination gian, M42, and mount, combination gun, 
M54, Changes 4; Feb. 15. 1944. 4 p. (Standard nomenclature list A-29, 
changes [4].) [Supersedes Changes 3, Aug. 7, 1943.] 

W 34.23 : A-29/2/ch.4 
A-46. Gun, automatic, 37-mm. M4 and MIO (aircraft) ; Feb. 25, 1944. 86 p. 11. 
(Standard nomenclature list A-4G.) [Supersedes SNL A-46, list of all 
parts, Aug. 16, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-46 

A-o5. Mount, combination gun, T55 ; Feb 3, 1944. 34 p. il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list A-55, sec. 22.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.22 
Mount, flexible, Iiow gun (D67194) ; Feb. 21, 1944. 7 p. il. (Standard 
nomenclature list A-55, sec. 41.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.41 
Mount, flexible, bow gun (D71797) ; Feb. 25, 1944. 9 p. 11. (Standard 
nomenclature list A-55, sec. 36.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.36 
Mount, machine gun, A. A., cal. .50 (D60258) and (D94428) ; Dec. 20, 1043. 
12 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list A— 55, sec. 29.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.29 
Mount, machine gun. A. A., cal. .50 (D70627) : Feb. 18, 1944. 6 p. il. 
(Standard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 40.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.40 
Mount, machine gun, A. A., cal. .50 (D80030) ; Jan. 8, 1944. 11 p. il. 
(Standard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 38.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.38 
Mount, machine gun, cal. .30 or cal. .50, M35 ; Dec. 23, 1943. 21 p. 11. 
(Standard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 28.) (Supersedes SNL A-55, sec. 
28, list of all parts. Mar. 2.5, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.28 

Mount, ring, machine gun, cal. .30, M41, Changes 2 ; Jan. 24, 1944. 2 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 27, changes 2.) [Supersedes 
Changes 1, Oct. 14, 1943.] W 34.23 : A-55/sec.27/list/943/ch.2 

Mount, truck pedestal, M31 ; Dec. 16, 1943. 12 p. 11. (Standard nomencla- 
ture list A-55. sec. 18.) [Supersedes SNL A-55, sec. 18, list of all parts. 
May 6, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.l8 

Mounts, small arms, for motor vehicles, introduction and index; Jan. 4, 1944. 
6 p. (Standard nomenclature list A-55, sec. 1.) f Supcrsede.s SNL A-55. 
sec. 1, Jan. 4, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.l 

Same. Changes 1 ; Feb. 8, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list A-55, 
sec. 1, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-55/sec.l/ch.l 

R-21. Rifle, U. S., cal. .30, Ml, Ch.anges 2: Jan. 21, 1044. 2 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list B-21, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, Sept. 21, 1943.] 

W 34.23 : B-21/5/list/943/ch.2 
C-51. Howitzer. 75-m7n, M2 and M3, and inount, howitzer. 75-m.m, M7. Changes 1 ; 
May 19, 1944. 3 p. (Standard nomenclature list C-51, changes 1.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 9 C-51/ch.l 
C-56. Stabilizers (all types). Changes 2; Jan. 14, 1944. 73 p. il. (Standard 
nomenclature list C-56, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, Nov. 18. 
1943.] W 34.23 : C-56/list/943/ch.2 

F-167. Director, A. A., M4 (for 3-in. and 105-mm A. A. guns), director, A. A., M7 
(for 3-in., 90-mm and 105-mm A. A. guns), Changes 2 ; Jan. 27, 1944. 2 p. 
(Standard nomenclature list F-167, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, 
Oct. 5, 1943.] W 34.23 : F-167/list/ch.2 

F-194. Clock, message center. Ml ; Mar. 10, 1944. 39 p. il. (Standard nomencla- 
ture list F-194.) [Supersedes SNL F-194, list of all narts, Sept. 13. 1943.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 9 F-194 
.1-261. Attachment, milling, Sheldon 10-ln. lathe. Globe no. 61. complete; May 10, 
1944. 19 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list J-201.) 

W 109.14 : Ord 9 J-261 

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Government Publications 



Supply catalogs — Continued. 

J-340. Shaper. crank, bench, 7-in., 115 v., GO c, Sgle-Ph., Ammco no. SlOO, complete; 
Apr. 7, 1944. 27 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature "^^^^j^|^4> q^^ g j_340 

J-355. Stand, %-ln. convertible elec. bench drill horiz.. Cincmnatl- May 29 1944 
4 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list J-3o5.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 J-3oD 

Ord 10 SNL. Tools and supplies. 

N-7. Ordnance medium maintenance company; May 23, 1944 250 p. (Standard 

nomenclature list N-7, tentative.) W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-7 

X-65. Ordnance maintenance battalion, armored division: Feb 10 1944 353 p 

(Standard nomenclature list N-65.) W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-65 

N 97S Ordnance ninintenance company, engineer special brigade : Jan. 7. 1944. 

100 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-97S, te°*«^'j^9>i4 . q^^ 10 N-97S 
X-127. Ordnance medium automotive maintenance company ; Dec. 22, 1943. 88 p. 

(Standard nomenclature list N-127, tentative.) W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-127 
N-187 Ordnance evacuation company. Changes 1; June 1, 1944. [2] p. (Standard 

nomenclature list N-187, tentative, changes 1.)^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ N-187/ch.l 

N-318 Ordnance base artillery and fire control maintenance company ; Feb. 14, 1944. 
4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-318, tentative) [Supersedes SNL 
N-318, tentative, Jan. 5. 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-31 8/2 

N-3''5 Ordnance base automotive maintenance battalion, Changes 5 ; Apr. 12, 1944. 
3 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-325, ^^^J^l-\\ Ql^lf'^'2M]/ch.5 

Ord 11 SNL. Ammunition group. 

R-1. Ammunition, fixed and semifixed, including subcaliber, for pack, light and 
medium field, aircraft, tank, and antitank artillery, including complete round 
data. pt. 1, Changes 1: Jan. 28, 1944. 2 P^ ^S^taml^rd^nom^^^^^^^^^ 

4 p 



R-1,' pt. 1, changes 1.) 
Same, Changes 2 ; Feb. 14. 1944. 

changes 2.) 
Same, Changes 3 

changes 3.) 
Same, Changes 4 ; Feb. 28, 1944. 3 p. 

changes 4.) 
Same, Changes 5 

changes 5.) 
Same. pt. 2; Jan. 1, 1944. 100 p. il. 



Feb. 21, 1944. 2 p. 



Mar. 4, 1944. 



(Standard nomenclature list R-1, pt. 1. 
W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-l/pt.l/ch.2 
(Standard nomenclature list R-1. pt. 1. 
W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-l/pt.l/ch.3 
(Standard nomenclature list R-1, pt. 1. 
W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-l/pt.l/ch.4 
(Standard nomenclature list R-1, pt. 1, 
W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-l/pt.l/ch.5 
(Standard nomenclature list R-1. pt. 2.) 
Tsuner.sedea' SNL R-1. pt. 2, jGly 1 , 1943. ] W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-1 /pt.2 

Same.Changos 1 ; Feb. 10, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list R-1. pt-. 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 11 R-l/pt.2/ch.l 

Ammunition,' trench mortar, including fuzes, propelling charges, and other com- 
ponents. Changes 4 ; Jan. 24, 1944. 4 p. ( [Standard nomenclature list R-4, 
pt. 1. changes 4].) [Supersedes Changes l-3^0ct. ^1^3, ^^^/'J-^ l./l||;,i., 

'Th1in^4""l1 '= ""''• '• ''''■ ' '■ ^'''"''w3T.?3""R%'2';p1.lV43^^h.5- 
R-,S. AmmunUion, obsojete and nonstandard, for pack, light and medium field, 

aircraft, tank, and antitank artillery. Changes 2 ; May 20, 1944. ^ p. 

(Standard nomenclature list R-8, Jan. 1. 1944, c^^^^^tl 2^>. q^^ ^ R_8/ch.2 
S-3. Fin. assemblies and miscellaneous inert components for aircraft bombs, pt. 1 ; 

Jan. 1, 1944. 8 p. (Standard nomenclature list S-3 [pt. 1].) [With bMj 

S-3, pt. 2, Jan. 1, 1944, supersedes SNL S-3. pts. l^^jf-ig^-^ J^^J^^ii |_3%t.i 

2 p 



R-4. 



Jan. 1, 1944. 



Same. Changes 1 

changes 1.) 
Same, Changes 2 

changes 2.) 
Same, Changes 3 

changes 3.) 
Same, Changes 4 ; Mar. 10, 1944. 2 p. 

changes 4.) 
Same, pt. 2; Jan. 1. 1944. 8 p. -,-^^- ,„ , 
[Supersedes SNL S-3, pt. 2, July 1, 1943.] 



Jan. 25. 1944. 2 p. 
Feb. 29, 1944. 2 p. 



(Standard nomenclature list S-3, pt. 1, 

W 109.14 : Ord 11 S-3/pt.l/ch.l 
(Standard nomenclature list S-3, pt. 1, 

W 109.14 : Ord 11 S-3/pt.l/ch.2 
(Standard nomenclature list S-3, pt. 1, 

W 109.14 : Ord 11 S-3/pt.l/ch.3 
(Standard nomenclature list S-3, pt. 1, 

W 109.14 : Ord 11 S-3/pt.l/ch.4 
(Standard nomenclature list^S-3 [pt. 2].) 



W 109.14 : Ord 11 S-3 /pt.2 



T-1. Ammunition, rifie, carbine, and automatic gu°; Pt- 1 = 4*^"- }• \^*^- t^J ? 
(Standard nomenclature list T-1 [pt. H) [With SNL T-1 pt. 2 Jan 1 
1944, supersedes SNL T-1. pt. 1, July 1. 1943, Changes 1 and 2 Sept 11 and 
Oct. 26, 1943. and SNL T-1. pt. 2. July 1. 1943.] W 109.14 : ()rd 11 T-l/pt.l 

Same, Changes 1; Jan. 1, 1944. 3 p. (Standard nomenclature list T-1, pt. 1, 



changes 1.) 
Same, Changes 2 ; 

changes 2.) 
Same, Changes 3 ; 

changes 3.) 
Same, Changes 4 ; 

changes 4.) 
Same, pt. 2 ; Jan. 



W 109.14 : Ord 11 T-1/pt.l/ch.l 
Feb. 2. 1944. 2 p. (Standar^ ToTl^'ford'^n'T-l'/ptl/ch'd 
Feb. 18, 1944. 8 p. (StandaM^nom^e^ncl^atur^e^Hs^^y .^P^^^ 
Feb. 21, 1944. 2 p. (Standard n^omenclature^l,^^^^^^ 
1, 1944. 43 p. il. (Standard ^on.'^%\'l''^^anhli)it.2 



[Supersedes SNL T-1. pt 2, July 1, 1943.] 

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Supply catalogs — Continued. 

Ord 12 SNL OGS. Obsolete general supplies. 

1-1. Obsolete groiij* A materiel, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 9 p. (Stamlaid 
nomenclature list OGS 1-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 1-1, Apr.. 1, 
1941 and Changes 4, Dec. 17, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-1-1 

2—1. Obsolete group B materiel, major items; Dec. 23, 1943. 9 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list OGS 2-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 2-1, Apr. 1, 1941.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 12-2-1 
Same, Changes 1 ; Mar. 2, 1944. 1 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 2-1. 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-2-1/ch.l 

3—1. Obsolete group C materiel, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 10 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list OGS 3-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 3-1, Apr. 1, 1941 
and Changes 2, Mar. 16. 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-.3-1 

Same, Changes 1 ; Apr. 5, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 3-1, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-3-1/ch.l 

4-1. Obsolete group D materiel, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 5 p. (Standard nom- 
enclature list OGS 4-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 4-1, Apr. 1, 1941 and 
Changes 1, Aug. 22, 1942.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-4-1 

Same, Changes 1 ; Mar. 10, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 4-1, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-4-1/ch.l 

Same, Changes 2: Apr. 4, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 4-1, 
changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, Mar. 10, 1944.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 12-4-l/ch.2 
5-1. Obsolete group E materiel, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 6 p. (Standard nom- 
enclature list OGS 5-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group .5-1. Apr. 1, 1941.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 12-5-1 
Same. Changes 1; Mar. 11, 1944, 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 5-1, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-5-1/ch.l 

6-1. Obsolete group F. materiel, major items; Jan. 28. 1944. 18 p. (Standard nom- 
enclature list OGS 6-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 6-1. Apr. 1, 1941 and 
Changes 2, Nov. 2, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-0-1 

Same, Changes 1 ; Mar. 23, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 6-1, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-0-1/ch.l 

7-1. Obsolete group G materiel, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 6 p. (Standard nom- 
enclature list OGS 7-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 7-1, Apr. 26, 1943 
and Changes 2, Aug. 20, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-7-1 

Same, Changes 1; Feb. 10, 1944. 2 p. (Standard nomenclature list OGS 7-1, 
changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 12-7-1/ch.l 

8—1. Obsolete miscellaneous items, major items; Jan. 28, 1944. 12 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list OGS 8-1.) [Supersedes SNL OGS group 8-1, Apr. 1, 1941 
and Changes 1, Jan. 13, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 12-8-1 

Ord 13 SNL. 

M— 5. Items common to 2 or more groups; May 4. 1944. 41 p. (Standard nomen- 
clature list M-5.) [Supersedes SNL M-5, Mar. 22, 1940, and Changes 1, 
Oct. 1, 1941.] W 109.14 : Ord 13 M-5 

Same: Transportation supply catalog. [1944.] [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] $ 

TC8. 

R2— 1. Parts, accessories and supplies for steam locomotives, supp. 1 ; Jan. 17, 1944. 
cover title, viii-fl03 p. 4» W 109.14 : TC 8-R2/supp.l 

AD.TUTANT GENERAl's DEPARTMENT 

Arniy life and Army recruiting news, May 1944; v. 26, no. 5. [Governors Island, 
N. Y., Recruiting Publicity Bureau, United States Army, May 1, 1944.] 18+ [2] 
p. il. large 8° [Monthly.] f Recruiting TiTblicitv Bureau, Governors Island, 
N. Y. W 3.45: 26/5 

Military HupplicH. [Attention of all officers is directed to ui-gent necessity for 
conservation of military supplies and equipment.] [1944.] [2] p. il. oblong 
f", folded into 4° size. ( [Army cimservation project 5-P-2.] ) t W 3.2 :Ar 5/16 

Posters. Army conservation project; [posters]. 1944. various sizes. [For 
oflBcial u.se only, and distributed onlv within the armed services.] t 

W 3.46/7 : 68-Q-27,etc. 
68-Q-27. There are times when a man can't save his clothes, but now, take care of 

your uniforms. fOfficlal Signal Corps photo.] 
76— P-10. Take care of your equipment, it makes a big difference ! 
77— Q-29. Get 'em fixed in time .' avoids foot troubles, saves good shoes. 
8t-P-H. Supplies wasted, supplies saved, take path that'll lead you home sooner, buddy. 
84-E-19. Take it easy! you're the loser, when fixtures are broken, drains are plugged, 

plumbing's out of order, faucets leak. [Illustrator Elmo White.] 
86-M-5. Lives depend upon fragile thermometers, stop breakage! 
87-M— 6. Adhesive tape, use for medical purposes only. 

Because somebody talked! [poster.] 1944. 28X20 in. [Illustrator, 

Wf'sley. This poster also issued in size 20X14.2 in.] t War Information 
Office. W 3.46/1 : T 14/13 

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Posters — Continued. 

Your sugRt'stions liolp him and you win $5 to $250, hand in your suggestions ; 

[poster]. 1&44. 20x14.2 in. J ^ W 3.46/1 : Su 3/3 

Women's Army Corps. College women in the WAC. n. p. [RPB, June 15, 1944]. 
[2]+12-f [2] p. il. t W 3.2 :W 84/11 

The WAC with Army Ground Forces, n. p. [RPB, Apr. 21. 1944]. [36] p. 

il. oblong 12° t W 3.2 : W 84/10 

JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPABTMENT 

Bulletin. Bulletin of judge advocate general of Army, cumulative index and 
tables to v. 1-2, 1942-43, and to Supplement 1, 1941, to Digest of opinions of 
judge advocate general of Army, 1912-40. 1944. v+136 p. [Issued with per- 
forations.] t • Item 1169 W 10.3 : v. 1,2/ind. 

Same, [title page, contents, etc. to] v. 2, 1943. 1944. vi p. [Issued with 

perforations.] t • Item 1169 W 10.3 : 2/t.p.& cont. 

Same, v. 3, no. 4; Apr. 1944. 1944. iii+135-178 p. [Monthly. Issued 

with perforations.] t • Item 1169 W 10.3: 3/4 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Armed Forces Institute. It's fun to learn! [1944.] 24 p. il. small 4° t 
• Item 1174 W 44.2 : L 47 

Geneva Red Cross movement, European and American influence on its develop- 
ment, a compilation with notes by Albert G. Love. Reprinted Mar. 1944. cover 
title, [7] +160 p. [Bibliography on p. 3 of cover. Reprinted from Array 
medical bulletin 02, May 1942, special issue.] * Taper, 25c. • Item 1174 

W 44.21/7 : 62/1-2 

Government supplies. Catalog change notice 7-1943, for 1943 Medical Depart- 
ment supply catalog, amdt. 1 ; May 9, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. 
Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in supply catalog.] t 

W 44.26 : 943/ch.7/amdt.l 

Catalog change notice 9-1943, for 1943 Medical Department supply catalog : 

May 15, 1944. [1944.] [l]+l-10a +11-16 leaves. 4° [Processed. Issued in 
loose-leaf form for insertion in supply catalog.] t W 44.26 : 943/ch.9 

M0R.\LE SER\1CES DIVISION 

Note. — The Morale Services Division was established Oct. 14, 1943. It includes the 
informational, educational, and orientation activities formerly under the Special Service 
Division. 

Netvsmap. Newsmap. May 18-25 to June 15-22 [1944], v. 3, no. 6-10; prepared by 
Army Information Branch, from public sources of information. Mav 29-June 
26, 1944. Each [2] p. il. oblong f° [Weekly.] t Wn09.207 : 3/&-10 

• Same, special edition, Jan. 13-20 to Apr. 6-13 [1944], v. 2, no. 40-52; pre- 
pared by Army Information Branch, from public sources of information. Jan. 
31-Apr. 24, 1944. P'ach [2] p. il. oblong f° [Weekly. Replaces Newsmap, 
supplement, for special training units.] t W 109.207/2 : 2/40-52 

Same, special edition, Apr. i;)-20 to June 8-15 [1944], v. 3, no. 1-9 ; prepared 

by Army Information Branch, from public sources of information. May 1- 
June 26, 1944. Each [2] p. il. oblong t° [Weekly.] t W 109.207/2 : 3/1-9 

Newsmap, industrial edition. May 18-25 to June 15-22 [1944], v. 3, no. 6-10 ; 

prepared from public sources of information. May 29-June 26, 1944. Each 1 
p. il. oblong f" [Weekly.] | W 109.209 : 3/6-10 

New.smap, over.seas edition, May 18-May 25 to June 15-22 [1944], v. 3, no. 

6-10; prepared by Army Information Branch, from public sources of informa- 
tion. June ."-Julv 3. 1944. Each [2] p. il. oblong f" [Weekly.] t 

W 109.208 : 3/6-10 

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July 1944 883 

ORDNANCE DEPARTME^NT 

Firing tables. Firing tables for gun, 3-inch, AA, M1917A2 and mods. :M192oM1, 
Ml, M2, M3, and M4, firing sliell, H. E., M42A1, with fuze, M. T.. M43 and mods, 
and fuze, P. D., M48 and mods ; Feb. 1944. 1944. xxxii+75 p. il. 2 pi. 16° (FT 
3AA-0-3.) [Supersedes FT 3AA-0-2.] ■: W 34.34 : 3AA-0-3 

Same, Changes 1 ; Apr. 4, 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal 

[1944]. 1 p. 12" (FT3AA-0-3 [changes] 1.) [Processed.] t 

W 34.34 : 3AA-0-3/ch.l 

• Firing tables for gun, 6-inch, seacoast, JI1900, M1903A2, and M190r»A2, firing 

shell. II. E., Mk. 2A2, with fuze, P. D., Mf.l and mods.; Mar. 1944. 1944. 
xxi4-67 p. il. 10° (FT 6-F-l.) t W 34.34 : 6-F-l 

Firing tables for gun, 8-ineh, Ml, firing shell, H. E., M103, with fuze, P. D., 

M.51Al-mod. 3 and IM.")lA2-mod. 3, fuze, time, mech., M67 and mods. ; Apr. 1944. 
1944. xxi+132-f [1] p. il. 16° (FT S-L-2.) [Supersedes FT S-L-1, Dec. 30. 
1943, as amended by Changes 1, Mar. 7, 1944.] | W 34.34 : ,s-Lr-2 

Firing tables for gun, 37-mm, M3 and M3A1 (anti-tank), firing, shot, fixed. 

A. P. C, M.il. w/tracer, weight 1.92 LB., muzzle velocity, 2600 f/s (792.5 m/s) ; 
Apr. 21, 1£K14. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal [1944]. 1 p. 12" 
(FT 37-M-4, abridged.) [Processed. Supersedes FT 37-M-3 (abridged), Jan. 
1.5,1940.] t W 34.34 : 37-M-4 

Firing tables for gun, o7-mm, M1916 on subcaliber mounts, gun, subcaliber 

37-mm, M12, M13, T34 and T36, shell, fixed, practice, M63-mod. 1 (1.5S-lb.), 
fuze, base, practice, M58, muzzle velocity, 1100 F/S; [May 4, 1944]. [Publica- 
tions Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1944. ] [2] p. 12° ( FT 37-BA-2, abridged. ) 
[Supersedes FT 37-BA-l, abr.. Mar. 3, 1944.] $ W 34.34 : 37-BA-2 

Firing tables for gun, 37-mm, M1916 on subcaliber mounts, shell, fixed. 

practice, M63-mod. 1(1.5S-EB.), fuze, base, practice, M58, muzzle velocity, 1100 
F/S; [Mar. 3, 1944]. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1944.] 
[2] p. 12° (FT 37-BA-l, abridged.) [Processed.] | W 34.34 : 37-BA-l 

Firing tables for gun, 37-mm, M1916 on subcaliber mounts, shell, fixed, 

practice, M92 (1.21-LB.), fuze, P. D., M74, muzzle velocity 1276 F/S; [Mar. 3. 
1944). [Publications Department, R.iritan Arsenal, 1944.] [2] p. 12" (FT 
37-BJ-l, abridged.) [Processed.] | W 34.34 : 37-BJ-l 

Firing tables for gun, 57-mm, Mk. 3 (British), carriage, gun, 57-mm, 

M1A2, firing cartridge, AP-T, M70, cartridge, TP-T, M76, muzzl.^ velocity, 
2700 F/S; May 9, 1944. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal. 1944.] 
3 p. 16° (FT 57-D-l, abridged.) [Processed.] $ W 34.34 : .-37-0-1 

Firing tables for gun, 37-mm, M6 (tank), firing shot, fixed, A. P. C, M51, 

M.51B1 and M51B2, shot, fixed, A. P., M74, w/tracer, shell, fixed. H. E., M63. 
with fuze, B. D., M58. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal] Mar. 1944. 
[1]+21 p. il. 16° (FT 37-S-3.) [Supersedes FT 37-S-2. Sept. 25. 1943, and 
FT 37-Q-2, abridged, Aug. 11, 1942.] J W 34.34 : 87-S-3 

Firing tables for gxm, 37-mm, M6 (tank), firing shot, fixed. A. P. C.. M51, 

M51B1 and M51B2, shot, fixed. A. P., M74, w/tracer, shell, fixed, H. E., M63, 
Changes 1; May 10, 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal [1944]. 
1 p. 16° (FT 37-S-3 [changes] 1.) t W 34.34 : 37-S-3/ch.l 

Firing tables for gun, 90-mm, AA, Ml, MlAl and M2. firing shell. H. E., 

M71, with fuze, time, mechanical, M43 and Mods., fuze, P. D. M4S and Mods.. 
Feb. lfM4. 1944. xxxli + 9f; p. il. 2 pi. 16° (I-^r COAA-B-3.) [Supersedes FT 
90AA-B-1, Dec. 10, 1941 and Changes 2, Aug. 17, 1942, also FT 9()AA-B-2.] J 

W 34.34 : 90 AA-B-3 

Firing tables for gun, 90-mm. AA, Ml, MlAl and M2, firing shell, H. E., 

M71, with fuze, time, mechanical, M43 and Mods, and fuze, P. D., M48 and Mods., 
Changes 2; Apr. 4, 1944. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1944.] 
[2] p. 12° (FT90AA-B-3 [changes] 2.) [Processed. Supersedes Changes 1, 
Apr. 3, 1944.] t W 34.34 :90 AA-B-3/ch.2 

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Firing tables — Continued. 

Same. Changes 3; Apr. 17, 1944. [Publications Department, Raritan 

Arsenal, 1944.] L8] p. 12° (FT 90AA-B-3 [changes] 3.) [Processed.] t 

W 34.34 : 90 AA-B-3/ch.3 

Firing tables for gun, 90-mm, AA, Ml, firing shell, H. E.. M71, with fuze, 

P. D., M48 and Mods., fuze, time, mechanical, 1M43 and Mods, and projectile, 
A. P. C, MS2. shot, A. P., M77 ; Apr. 1944. 1944. xx+70 p. il. 16° (FT 
9(V-C-3.) [Supersedes IH? 90-C-2. Apr. 27, 1943, as amended bv Changes 1 i 
and 2, Oct. 29, 1043, and Jan. 18. 1944.] t W 34.34 : 90-C-3 i 

Firing tables for howitzer, 75-mm. fill and MlAl, firing shell, H. E., M48 

and slK'll, H. E.. M41A1, with fuze, P. D., M48 and fuze, 25-sec. comb, time and 
superquick, U'A; Nov. 1941. 1942 [reprint 1943]. [3]+xx+74 p. + [2] folded 
p. il. IG" (FT 75-1-3.) [Changes 1, .Jan. 2.'), 1943, are incorporated.] t 

W 34.34 : 75-1-3 

■ Same, Changes 2; May 11, 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal 

[1944]. 1 p. 16° (FT 75-1-3 [changes] 2.) J W 34.34 : 75^I-3/ch.2 

Firing tables for howitzer. 240-mm, Ml, firing shell. H. E.. M114, with fuze, 

time, mechanical. M07 and Mods., Changes 1; Apr. 27. 1944. [Publications 
Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1044.] [1] +107-123 p. 12° (FT 24(>-C-l 
[changes] 1.) [Processed.] t W 34.34 : 24(M3-l/ch.l 

Ordnance equipment charts. List of Ordnance equipment charts, subject index, 
Changes 4 ; Jan. 1.5, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. $ W 34.39 : ind./94.3/ch.4 

Ordnance provision system.. Ordnance catalog (ordnance provision system) : 
Groups C-P. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1944.] [Processed. 
Issued with perforations.] $ 
Standard nomenclature lists. 

C-36. Gun, 57-mm, Ml, and carriage, gun, 57-mm, Ml, MlAl, M1A2 and M1A3. addendum, 
ChanKe,s 3 ; May 5, 1944. 1 p. W 84.23 : C-36/add.-3/cli,.3 

D-24. Gun. 1.55-mm, Ml and MlAl, carriage, gun, 1.55-nim, Ml, and limber, carriage, 
heavj', M2, addendum, Changes 1 ; Feb. 24, 1944. 2 p. 

W 34.23 : D-24/add.-2/cb.l 

F-36. Recorders, time interval, Watches, list of all parts. C'muws 2 : Ai)r. 29. 1944. 
24 p. 11. W 34.23 : F-36/list/943/ch.2 

F-149. Instrument, azimuth, Al instrument, azimuth, M1918, instrument, azimuth, 
M1918A2, addendum. Changes 2; May 28, 1944. 2 p. [ Supensedes Changes 1. 
Sept. 1, 1943.] W 34.23 : F-149/2/add./ch.2 

F-207. System, remote control, M2 (for 90-mm A. A. gun mount MlAl), .system, remote 
control, M6 (for 4.7" A. A. gun mount), system, remote control. M7 (for 90-mm 
A. A. gun mount T2E1. serial nos. 3— 25G), system, remote control, M12 (for 
90-mm A. A. gun mount T2, serial nos. 1, 2, 257 and up), system, remote control, 
M13 (for 90 mm A. A. gun mount T3), system, cable. Ml, addendum. Cltanges 
1 ; May 2.3, 1944. 1 p. W .34.23 : F-207 /add.-3/ch.l 

G-139. [Truck, 2i4-ton, 6x6, automotive repair, M8 and M8A1 ] v. 2. Truck, 2ii-ton, 
6X6, automotive repair, MS and M8A1, load B, organizational spare parts 
and e(|Uipment, Changes 1 ; May 16, 1944. 1 p. 

W .34.23 : G-139 'v.2/orgn./943-2/ch.l 

(j-509. Truck, 4-ton, 6x6 (Diamond T), organizational spare parts and equipment. 
Chances 2; Mav 5. 1944. 4 p. W 34.23 : G-oOO 'orgn./943-2/ch.2 

H-4. Electrical fittings. Changes 1; Apr. 3, 1944. 3 p. W .'{4.2:? : H-4/ch.l 

H-10. Ferrous metals. Changes 1 ; Apr. 5. 1944. 4 p. W 34.23 : H-lO/2/ch.l 

P-6. Ammunition, fixed, including subcaliber ammunition, for harbor defense, heavy 

field, and railway artillery ,~ pt. 1, Changes 3; Mar. 27. 1044. 2 p. [Supersedi's 

Changes 1 and 2. .Tan. 1 and 11, 1944.] W 34.23 : P-6/10/pt.l/944/cb.3 

Same. Changes 4; Mav 3. 1944. 3 p. W 34.23 : P-6/10/pt.l/944/cb.4 

Same, Changes 5; May 17, 1944. 2 p. W 34.23 : r-6 a0/pt.l/944/ch..5 

Same. Changes 6; Ma.v 24. 1944. 1 p. W 34.23 : r-fi/lO/pt.l/944/ch.G 

P-8. Ammunition instruction m.nterial for antiaircraft, harbor defense, heavy field, 
and railway artillery, including complete round data, pt. 1. Changes 5; May 18, 
1944. 2 p. W 34.23 :P-8/3/pt.l/944/Ch.5 

ENGINEER DEPARTMENT 

Arkansas River, Kans., Okla., and Ark., letter submitting partial report on review 
of reports on Arkansas River, Kans., Okla., and Ark., main stem, and Fourche 
Bayou, Ark. 1944. vii+184 p. 3 pi. 5 maps, 1 tab. (H. doc. 447, 78th Cong. 
2d sess. ) * Paper, 35c. 

Chestnut Creek, Va., letter submitting report on review of report on Kanawha 
River basin, with view to flood control on Chestnut Creek, Va. 1944. v+30 p. 
2 maps. (H. doc. 506, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



July 1944 gg5 

Kaweah River. Kaweah and Tule Rivers, Calif., letter submitting report on pre- 
liminary examination and survey of Kaweah and Tule Rivers, Calif. 1944 
xvi+38 p. map. (H. doc. 559, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [This report is on the 
survey only.] * Paper, 10c. 

Lake Worth Inlet, Fla., letter submitting report on review of reports on Lake 
Worth Inlet. Fla. Apr. 7, 1944. 37 p. 2 maps. (H. doc. 530, 78th Cong. 2d 
sess. ) * Paper, 10c. 

Lytle Creek, San Bernardino County, Calif., letter submitting interim report on 
preliminary examination and survey of Santa Ana River and tributaries, Calif., 
covering [survey of] Lytle Creek, San Bernardino County, Calif. 1944 
vii+30p. Smaps. (H. doc. 534, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

3Ialheur River and tributaries, Oreg., letter submitting report on preliminary 
examination and survey of Malheur River and tributaries, Oreg. Apr. 7, 1944. 
20 p. map. (H. doc. 531, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) [This report is on the survey 
only.] * Paper, 10c. 

Pajaro River, Calif., letter submitting report on preliminary examination and 
survey of Pajaro River, Calif. 1944. vii+46 p. 2 maps. (H. doc. 505, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess.) [This report is on the survey only.] * Paper, 10c. 

Rough River and tributaries, Ky., letter submitting report on preliminary exam- 
ination and survey of Rough River and its tributaries, Ky. 1944. vii-f 44 p. 
2 maps. (H. doc. 535, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) [This report is on the survey 
only.] * Paper. 15c. 

• Sent to Depository Libraries * 

o 



THE LIBRAHV OF THE 
SLP I 2 1944 

United States,vo?nufioi3 
GOVERNMENT 
PUBLICATIONS 

Monthly Catalog 



ISSUED BY THE 



Superintendent of Documents 



NO. 595 

AUGUST 1944 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : I944 



FOR SALE BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U. S. GOVERNMENT 

PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON 25, D. C, PRICE 20 CENTS PER COPY 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR 

FOREIGN SUBSCRIPTION $2.60 PER YEAR 



Contents 



Abbreviations, Explanation iv 

Alphabetical List of Grovernment 

Authors V 

General Information 887 

Notes of General Interest 890 

Corrections for Previous Monthly 

Catalogs 890 

New Classification Numbers, etc 891 

Congressional Set 892 

Monthly Catalog 893 



Abbreviations 



Amendment, amendments amdt., amdts. 

Appendix app. 

Article, articles art. 

Chapter, chapters.. chap. 

Congress Cong. 

Department Dept. 

Document doc. 

Facsimile, facsimiles.. facsim. 

Folio fo 

House H. 

House bill. H. R. 

House concurrent resolution H. Con. Res. 

House document.. H. doc. 

House executive document.. ..H. ex. doc. 

House Joint resolution H. J. Res. 

House report H. rp. 

House resolution (simple) H. Res. 

Illustration, illustrations il. 

Inch, inches „ ..in. 

Latitude lat. 

Longitude .long. 

Mile, miles m. 

Month mo. 

Nautical mile naut. m. 

No date n. d. 

No place n. p. 

Number, numbers no., nos. 

Octavo 8» 

Page, pages p. 



Part, parts. pt., pt8. 

Plate, plates pi. 

Portrait, portraits por. 

Quarto. 4» 

Report rp. 

Saint St. 

Section, sections sec. 

Senate, Senate bill 8. 

Senate concurrent resolution S. Con. Res. 

Senate document _S. doc. 

Senate executive document S. ex. doc. 

Senate joint resolution S. J. Res. 

Senate report S. rp 

Senate resolution (simple) S. Res. 

Session, sessions sess. 

Sixteenmo 16« 

Statutes at large. Stat.L. 

Supplement, supplements supp., supps. 

Table, tables tab 

Tax Court. T. C. 

Thirty-twomo.. ..32» 

Treasury.. Treas. 

Twelvemo 12« 

TweEty-fourmo.. 24« 

Versus ct.,0. 

Volume, volumes v. 

Yard, yards yd., yds. 

Year yr. 



Explanation 



Words and figures enclosed in brackets [ ] are given for information, but do 
not appear on the title pages of the publications cataloged. When place and 
printer are not given, it is to be understood that the publication is printed at 
the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C; if processed, 
publisher is issuing office. When size is not given, octavo is to be understood. 
Size of maps is approximate, measurement being made from outer edge of border, 
excluding margin. The dates, Including day, month, and year, given with Senate 
and House documents and reports are the dates on which they were ordered to be 
printed. TJsually the printing promptly follows the ordering, but various causes 
sometimes make delays. 

The word "processed" as used in this catalog indicates publications which are 
reproduced by duplicating processes other than ordinary printing, e. g., mimeo- 
graph, multigraph, planograph, rotaprint, mnjtilith. Processed publications are 
not obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents and requests for them, if 
they are available should be addressed to the issuing office. 

Under provisions of the Printing Act of January 12, 1895, all Government publi- 
cations are entered in the Monthly Catalog. However, press releases and admin- 
istrative, regional, and confidential publications are omitted. 

The L. C. card number appended to some of the entries is for those libraries 
ordering printed cards from the Library of Congress. The number at the ex- 
treme right of an entry indicates the classification of the publication in the 
Office of the Superintendent of Documents. 

IV 



I 



Alphabetical List of Government Authors 

Page 

Acquisitions Department 947 

Adjutant General's Department 986 

Aeronautical Board 893 

Agricultural Adjustment Agency 901 

Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry Bureau 895 

Agricultural Economics Bureau 1 894 

Agricultural Research Administration _ 895 

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, Senate 919 

Agriculture Committee, House 916 

Agriculture Department 893 

Alaska 934 

American Battle Monuments Commission 903 

American Small Business, Special Committee to Study Problems of, 

Senate 919 

Animal Industry Bureau 896 

Appropriations Committee, Senate 919 

Army Air Forces 981 

Army Service Forces 983 

Banking and Currency Committee, House 916 

Bibliography Division 947 

Card Division 947 

Census Bureau 903 

Children's Bureau 944 

Civil Aeronautics Administration 905 

Civil Aeronautics Authority 905 

Civil Aeronautics Board 906 

Civil Service Commission 903 

Civilian Defense Office 958 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 907 

Coast Guard 951 

Commerce Committee, Senate 919 

Commerce Department 903 

Community War Services Office 923 

Comptroller of Currency 969 

Congress 912 

Coordinator of Inter- American Affairs Office 1 958 

Copyright Office . 947 

Courtof Clams * 921 

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 922 

Defense Transportation Office 958 

Distribution Office 901 

District of Columbia Committee, Senate 919 

Documents Office 928 

Economic Stabilization Office --- 958 

Education and Labor Committee, Senate 920 



Vl Government PublicaIions 

Page 

Education Office 923 

Emergency Management Office _- 958 

Employees' Compensation Commission 922 

p]mployment Security Bureau • 927 

Engineer Department 988 

Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau 896 

Executive Agencies, Special Committee to Investigate, House 917 

Experiment Stations Office 897 

Extension Service ._ . 902 

Fair Employment Practice Committee 958 

Farm Credit Administration 899 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 943 

Federal Communications Commission :_ 922 

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration 949 

Federal Housing Administration 949 

Federal Power Commission 922 

Federal Register Division 949 

Federal Reserve System Board of Governors 922 

Federal Security Agency 923 

Federal Standard Stock Catalog Division 970 

Federal Trade Commission 927 

Federal Works Agency i .- _ 928 

Fiscal Service 969 

Fish and Wildlife Service 929 

Foreign Agricultural Relations Office 899 

Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau 907 

Foreign Economic Administration 958 

Forest Ser\ice 899 

Gasoline and Fuel-Oil Shortages. Special Committee to Investigate, 

Senate 920 

General Accounting Office 928 

General Land Office 930 

Geographical Names Board 930 

Geological Survey 930 

Government Printing Office 928 

House of Representatives 916 

Human Nutrition and Home Economics Bureau- 897 

Hydrographic Office 952 

Immigration and Naturalization Service 943 

Indian Affairs Office 931 

Information Office 900 

Insular Affairs Committee, House 917 

Interdepartmental War Savings Bond Committee 969 

Interior Department 929 

Internal Revenue Bureau 969 

Internal Revenue Taxation Joint Committee 918 

Interstate Commerce Commission 934 

Interstate Commerce Committee, Senate 920 

Judge Advocate General's Department 986 

Judiciary Committee, Senate 920 

Justice Department -_ 938 

Labor Department 944 

Labor Standards Division 944 



August 1944 Vil 

Page 

Labor Statistics Bureau 945 

Law Library 948 

Library of Congress 947 

Library of Department of Agriculture 900 

Marine Corps 951 

Maritime Commission 948 

Medical Department : 986 

Medicine and Surgery Bureau 951 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, House 917 

Military Affairs Committee, Senate 920 

Mines Bureau 932 

Morale Services Division 987 

Motor Carriers Bureau . 938 

National Academy of Sciences 948 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 948 

National Archives 948 

National Bureau of Standards 908 

National Defense Program, Special Committee Investigating, Senate 921 

National Gallery of Art 965 

National Housing Agency 949 

National Institute of Health 926 

National Labor Relations Board 950 

National Museum 965 

National Park Service 933 

National War Labor Board 958 

Naval Academy 952 

Naval Affairs Committee, House 917 

Naval Affairs Committee, Senate 921 

Naval Operations Office 951 

Naval Personnel Bureau 952 

Navy Department 951 

Ordnance Bureau 952 

Ordnance Department 987 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 955 

Pan American Union 955 

Patent Office . 910 

Patents Committee, House 918 

Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau 897 

Post Office Department 956 

Post-War Economic Policy and Planning, Special Committee on. House. 918 

Post- War Economic Policy and Planning, Special Committee on, Senate. 921 

President of United States 957 

Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Senatorial Campaign Expenditures, 

1944, Special Committee to Investigate, Senate 921 

Price Administration Office 959 

Procurement Division 970 

Production Office 902 

Provost Marshal General's Office 988 

Public Assistance Bureau 927 

PubUc Debt Bureau 969 

Public Health Service 923 

Public Roads Administration 928 

Publications Division 911 



VIII Government Publications 

Page 

Railroad Retirement Board 963 

Railway Mail Service 956 

Reclamation Bureau 933 

Rural Electrification Administration 900 

Securities and Exchange Commission 963 

Selective Service System 964 

Senate : 918 

Ships Bureau 952 

Smithsonian Institution 964 

Social Security Board 926 

Soil Conservation Service 903 

Solicitor, Labor Department 947 

Solid Fuels Administration for War 934 

State Department 965 

Supplies and Accounts Bureau 953 

Supreme Court 967 

Tariff Commission 967 

Tax Court 968 

Tennessee Valley Authority 968 

Territories and Insular Affairs Committee, Senate 934 

Topography Division 957 

Transportation Investigation and Research Board 969 

Treasury Department 969 

Veterans Administration 974 

Vocational Rehabilitation Office 927 

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions- _ 947 

War Contracts Price Adjustment Board 974 

War Department 975 

War Finance Division 974 

War Food Administration 900 

War Information Office 961 

War Manpower Commission 962 

War Production Board 963 

War Shipping Administration 963 

Weather Bureau 911 

Women's Bureau 947 

Yards and Docks Bureau 955 



General Information 

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

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

The sales stock, which amounts to more than S million, includes approximately 
65,000 different titles. Many rare books are included, but under the law all must 
be sold regardless of their age or scarcity. Many of the books have been In stock 
some time, and are apt to be shopworn. In filling orders the best copy available 
is sent. 

PBICE LISTS 

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

LIST OF SELEOTEa) PUBLICATIONS 

In addition to the price lists, the Documents Office issues a semimonthly List of 
selected United States Government publications for sale by the Superintendent 
of Documents. Each list Is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with annotations 
and prices, and may be obtained free upon application to the Superintendent of 
Documents. 

OONGBESSIONAL BILLS, DOCUMENTS, AND KEPOBTB 

More than 12,000 different bills are usually introduced during a session of 
Congress, and there are additional prints on many during the progress of the legis- 
lation. With the exception of a very few — such as revenue bills — the demand is an 
unknown quantity and on most of them we receive no orders, which makes it 
impossible to print a sales supply. It may be that a copy could be obtained from 
your congressman. 

A difficult problem is also presented in providing a supply of congi-essional 
documents and reports because there are usually more than 6,000 of this class 
of publications issued during a Congress and only a few of them are called for. 
We will attempt to print for sale a few of the more important ones, but if not 
priced the only possible source would be from your Congressman. 

HOW TO ORDER PUBLICATIONS 

Publications entered in this catalog: that are for sale by the Superintendent 
of Documents are indicated by a star (♦) preceding the price. A dagger (t) 
indicates that application should be made to the department, bureau, or division 

887 



Government Publications 

Issuing the document. A double dagger (J) indicates that the document is 
printed for oflacial use and is not obtainable. Whenever additional information 
concerning the method of procuring a document seems necessary, it will be found 
under the name of the bureau by which it was published. 

In ordering a publicatiou from the Superintendent of Documents, give (if 
known) the name of the publishing department, bureau or division, and the title, 
together with the classification number which is added to the entry at the extreme 
right; order the congressional documents and reports by the title, together with 
the document or report number and the Congress and session, e. g., H. doc. 422, 
78-2. 

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

HOW TO EEMIT 

Remittances for the documents marked with a star (*) should be made to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, 
D. C, by coupon, postal money order, express order, or check. Currency may 
be sent at sender's risk. Foreign remittances should be made either by inter- 
national money order or draft on an American bank. 

Foreign money, defaced or smooth corns, will not 6e accepted. Do not send 
postage stamps. 

For the convenience of the general public, coupons in the denomination of 5c 
that are good until used in exchange for Government publications sold by the 
Superintendent of Documents may be purchased from his office. Address order 
to Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to points in United 
States and possessions, or to Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Newfoundland (including 
Labrador), and certain Central and South American countries. To other coun- 
tries the regular rate of postage is charged, and remittances must cover such post- 
age. In computing foreign postage, add one-third of the price of the publication. 

TO LIBRARIANS 

The number given at the extreme right of each entry (except for congres- 
sional documents and reports) is the classification number by which the pub- 
lication is arranged in the Librai-y and in the sales stock of the Office of the 
Superintendent of Documents. It can be used as a classification number by 
such libraries as are using, for the departmental publications, the arrangement 
of public documents advocated in the Check list of United States public docu- 
ments, 1789-1909. In using this number as a classification number in a library, 
it should be noted that the shilling mark (/) is used to separate what would 
ordinarily be a superior or inferior number (the numbers immediately following 
the line) from the main classification number, it not being practicable to print 
these numbers as superiors or inferiors in the Monthly catalog. 

UBRARY OF CONGRESS CARDS 

Numbers to be used in ordering the printed catalog cards of the Library of 
Congress are appended to entries for many publications. These are given at 
the left with "L. C. card" prefixed. Do not confuse with the Documents Office 
classification number given at the right. Orders for these cards, remittances 
in payment for them, and requests for information about them should be ad- 
dressed to the Card Division, Library of Congress, not to the Superintendent 
of Documents. Checks or money orders should be made payable to the Librarian 
of Congress. 



August 1944 889 



MONTHLY CATALOG DISTBIBUTION 



The Monthly catalog is sold on subscription, price $2.00 a year, including index ; 
foreign subscription $2.60 a year. Back numbers cannot be supplied. Notify 
the Superintendent of Documents of any change of address. 



An Index to the Monthly catalog will be issued at the end of the calendar 
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to December, and can be boimd with the numbers as an index to the volume. 
Persons desiring to bind the catalog at the end of the year should be careful 
to retain the numbers received monthly, as duplicate copies cannot be supplied. 



Notes of General Interest 



Fair Employment Practice Committee 

The Committee on Fair Employment Practice was established in the Office for 
Emergency Management of the Executive Office of the President by Executive 
Order 9346 of May 27, 1943. The same order provided for the termination of the 
Fair Employment Practice Committee established by Executive Order 8802 of 
June 25, 1941, and the transfer of all its records, property, etc., to the new 
Committee. 



Corrections for Previous Monthly Catalogs 

July 1944. On page 796, under subhead "Oorman", change "John H. Gorman" at 
beginning of title to read "John H [J]. Gorman" ; on page 815 change subhead 
"Raihcay employees" to read "Railroad employees", 3d line of same entry 
change "Economic" to read "Economics", and transfer the entry to pay 813 
preceding 1st enti'y subheaded "Railroads" ; on page 878, under subhead "Supply 
catalogs — Continued", "A-42", change "Chart" at beginning of title to read 
"Cart". 

890 



New Classification Numbers 



War Food Administration. 

Agricultural Adjustment Agency. 

A 80.609: CT Addresses. [Proc] 

Note. — See, for earlier issues, A 55.15 : (CT). 

Census Bureau. 

C3..157*: date United States exports of domestic and foreign 

mercliandise to Canada (including lend-lease 
exports). [Proc] 

C 3.157": date United States general imports from Canada, 

excluding strategic and critical materials and 
military equipment. [Proc] 
Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau. 

C 18.200": CT State-local businessmen's organizations. 

[Proc] 

C 18.230: date Industry reports: Lumber (monthly). [Proc] 

C 18.231 : date Industry reports : Sugar, molasses and confec- 
tionery (luonthly). [Proc] 
Weather Bureau. 

C 30.29: nos Research papers. [Proc] 

Civil Aeronautics Authority. 
Civil Aeronautics Board. 

C 31.216 : V. nos. & nos Foreign air news digest (fortnightly). [Proc] 

Public Health Service. 

FS2.17°: nos Hospital Division circulars, new series, Oct. 1, 

1943- [Proc] 

FS 2.46: nos [Nursing education] leaflets. 

Interior Department. 

11.77: CT Regulations, rules, and instructions. 

Note. — luchules handbooks and manuals. 

General Land Office. 

I 21.17: nos Information bulletins. 

Note. — Formerly 121.17: (date & nos.). 

Geographical Names Board. 
133.5^: nos Decisions (monthly). [Proc] 

Solid Fuels Administration for War. 
151.10: CT Posters. 

Pan American Union. 
PA 1.22 : CT Commodities of commerce series. 

Note. — Formerly numbered series, the current 
Issues intentionally unnumbered. 

PA 1.20: CT American nation series. 

Note. — Formerly numbered series, the current 
issues intentionally unnumbered. 

PA 1.31 : CT American city series. 

Note. — Formerly numbered series, the current 
Issues intentionally unnumbered. 

Emergency Management Office. 

Fair Employment Practice Committee. 
Pr 32.412: CT All publications issued by the Committee. 

Price Administration Office. 

Pr32.4245: nos Point value charts (monthly). 

Pr 32.4247: nos Materials digest. [Proc] 

Pr 32.4248: nos OI'A manual news letters. 

Pr 32.4248^: nos OPA manual news letters, Rent. 

891 



892 Government Publications 

Emergency Management Office — Continued. 

Pr 32.4248': nos OPA manual news letters, Accounting. 

Pr 32.4248*: nos OPA manual news letters, Price. 

Voordinator of Inter- American Affairs Office. 

Pr 32.4613: CT Strategic index of the Americas; Publications 

compiled from. [Proc] 
War Manpotccr Commission. 

Pr 32.5220 : unit no.'; Employment Office training programs. 

r Printed and processed.] 
SmitJisonian Institution. 

S 1 1.15 : CT Regulations, rules, and instructions. 

Note. — Includes handbooks and manuals. 

Tariff Commission. 

TC1.18: nos War changes in industry series, reports. 

[Proc] 

Note. — Cancel TC 1.18 : (CT) sent through in 
Monthly catalog for May 1944, p. 474. 

Army Service Forces. 

Medical Department, Army. 

W 44.29: v. nos. & nos Army nurse (monthly). [Proc] 

W 108.13 '^ : date Index, Army Air Forces specifications 

(monthly). 
Selective Service System. 

Y3.Se4:13 ^''"'*) Local board memoranda (compilations). 

Tennessee "Valley Authority. 

Y3.T25: 6 (CT) Regulations, rules, and instructions. 

Note. — Includes handbooks and manuals. 

War Contracts Price Adjustment Board. 

Y3.W19": 6 (CT) Regulations, rules, and Instructions. 

Note. — Includes handbooks and manuals. 

Y4.P84': CT Post-War Economic Policy and Planning, Special 

Committee on, House. 

Y4.P92': CT Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Senatorial 

Campaign Expenditures, 1944, Si)ecial Commit- 
tee to Investigate, Senate. 

Note. — The following publications have been discontinued : Legislative Refer- 
ence Service, War service bulletins, series H (LC 14.11 : H-nos.) ; War Production 
Board, Salvage news letters (Pr 32.4823: nos.). 



Congressional Set 



Note. — The bound volumes of congressional documents and reiK)rts are not listed 
in the aionthly catalogs, since the publications contained therein have been pre- 
viously entered separately. 

The following bound volume was sent to Depository Libraries during the month 
of July 1944 : 

House Document No. 364, 78th Congress, 1st session. 

• Item 324 



Monthly Catalog 

NO. 595 • AUGUST 1944 

AERONAUTICAL BOARD 

Aeronautical standards. Index of Army-Navy aeronautical standards, including 
Army-Navy aeronautical specifications, drawings and bulletins, issued by Work- 
ing Committee of Aeronautical Board, supplement, Apr. 1, 1944. [1944.] 
[2]+4p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] X Y 3.Ae 8 : 7/944-2/supp. 

Same, June 1, 1944, supplement to Index dated May 1, 1944. [1944.] 

[2]4-4p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] t Y 3.Ae 8 : 7/944-3/supp. 

Same, July 1, 1944. [1944.] cover title, 47 p. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover. 

Issued with perforations. Supersedes previous issues and supplements.] t 

Y 3.Ae 8 : 7/944-4 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be 
supplied by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, 
D. C. The Department issues a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all 
applicants, who can then select the available ones desired. 

Addresses. Buying war bonds, a brake on land boom, address by Claude R. 
Wickard, Secretary of Agriculture, on National Farm and Home Hour, June 
12,1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : W 63/107 

Farm credit looks ahead, address by Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of 

Agriculture, at meeting of district boards of directors of Farm Credit Adminis- 
tration, Kansas City, Mo., June 15, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 1.40 : W 63/108 

Apples. Pomological and cytological study of russeted sport of Stark apple 
[with list of literature cited] ; by C. P. Swanson and V. R. Gardner. 1944. 
[2] -1-307-315 p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research, Apr. 15. 1944, v. 68. 
no. 8.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : Ap 52/94 

Buffalo Creek. Survey of Buffalo Creek watershed in New York, letter trans- 
mitting report of survey of Buffalo Creek watershed in Now York describing 
investigation of program of waterflow retardation and soil erosion prevention 
in aid of flood control. 1944. vi+43 p. il. 2 p. of pi. (H. doc. 574, 78th Cong., 
2d sess. ) * Paper, 10c. 

Journal of agricultural research, v. 69, no. 1 and 2 ; July 1 and 15, 1944. [1944.] 
cover titles, p. 1-94, il. 1 pi. [Semimonthly. Articles appearing in the Journal 
are listed in the Monthly catalog as issued.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $2.25 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.75. • Item 12 
L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 69A, 2 

Note. — This periodical is issued by the Agriculture Department in cooperation with the 
Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. As the edition is limited it is 
not sent free to individuals but only to libraries of experment stations, colleges, tecb- 
nical schools, and universities, and to laboratories, divisions, offices, and departments 
on whose staffs are several technically trained men in biological, chemical or pbysicf.l 
sciences. It is also sent to such institutions as make suitable exchanges of their publica- 
tions for those of the Agriculture Department. 

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894 Government Publications 

Prices. Index numbers of prices received and paid by farmers and average prices 
received for crops, livestock and livestock products. 1944. 12 p. il. 4" IFrom 
crops and markets, as revised.] t A 1.52/a : P 931/2 

Publications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publi- 
cations. See entry, below, under center head Information Office. 

StarcJi. Comparison of viscosity and certain microscopical properties of eome 
Kansas starches [with list of literature cited] ; by H. N. Barham, J. A. Wagoner, 
B. M. Williams, and G. Nathan Reed. 1944. [2] +331-345 p. [From Journal 
of agricultural research, May 1, 1944, v. G8, no. 9.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : St 28/4 

USDA, July 10 and 24, 1944; [v. 3, no. 14 and 15]. [1944.] 8 p. and 4 p. 4" 
[Fortnightly.] $ 
L. C. card Agr 42-258 A 1.57 : 3/14,15 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Agncultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions, July 1944; v. 28, 
no. 7. [1944.] 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, 70c. • Item 54 
L. C. card Agr. 26-1797 A 86.15 : 28/7 

Agricultural statistics. Statistical summary, SS-19; May 31, 1944. [1944.] [2] 
p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.151: 19 

Same, SS-20; June 30, 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.151: 20 

Apples, grapes, plums, prunes, figs, olives, dates, cranberries, utilization of pro- 
duction, 1942 and 1943. July 10, 1944. 8 p. 4° (Crop Reporting Board.) 
[Processed.] t A 36.2 : AP 5/13/842-43 

Cotton. Cotton production. July 8, 1944. 2 p. large 8° (Crop Reporting 
Board.) [Processed.] t A 36.30: 944/1 

Cotton situation, CS-91 ; June 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 

Processed.] t A 36.40/2: 91 

Farm production, farm disposition, and value of cotton and cottonseed 

and related data, 1928-42, by States; [prepared by Henry L. Rasor and Ella 
Sue Minor]. Washington, D. C, June 1944. cover-title, 41 p. il. 4° ([Crop 
Reporting Board.] ) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 

A 86.2 : C 82/97/928-42 

Crop production, July 1, 1944. [1944.] l-26f-f 27-58 p. il. large 8" (Crop Re- 
porting Board.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.29: 944/7 

Dairy situation, DS-155; July 1944. [1944.] 11 p. il. A" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.65: 155 

Demand and price situation, June 1944. [1944.] 15 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.28: 944/6 

Farm income. Farm income situation, FIS-53; June 1944. [1944.] 17 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.122: 53 

Net farm income and parity report, 1943, and summary for 1910-42. Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 1944. [l]-|-29p. 4° [Processed.] t A 36.2 : In 2/9/943 

Note. — This report brings to date income estimates in mimeographed report, Ma- 
teilal bearing on parity prices, published July 1941. 

Farm labor: Farm employment lower than year ago, wage rates highest of record. 
July 14, 1944. 13 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t A 36.140 : 944/7 

Fats and oils situation, F0S-S8; June 1944. [1944.] 22 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 36.97 : 88 

Feed situation, FDS-59; June 1944. [1944.] 37 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed] t A 36.117: 59 

Food. National food situation, NFS-17 ; June 1944. [1944.] 29 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.147: 17 

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Fruit situation, TFS-71; June 1944. [1944.] 23 p. il. 4° [Isssued 4 times a 
year, June, August, October, and January. Processed.] t A 36.99: 71 

Horses. Work performed and feed utilized by horses and mules; by A. P. 
Brodell and R. D. Jennings. Washington, D. C, June 1944. cover title, 26 p. 

8 maps, 4° (F. M. 44.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover] t A 36.118 : 44 

LivesiocA; and wool situation, LWS-26 ; June 1944. [1944.] 22 p. il. 4" [Monthly. 

Processed.] t A 36.141: 26 

Marketing. Marketing and transportation situation, MTS-21 ; May 1944. 

[1944.] 16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.143: 21 

Same, MTS-22; June 1944. [1944.] 17 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 36.143: 22 

Poultry. Poultry and egg situation, PES-90; June 1944. [1944.] 15 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.96: 90 

Sales and average live weight of farm chickens sold, 1936-43. June 1944. 

9 p. large 8" [Processed.] t A 36.2 : C 43/8/936^3 

PuUications. Check list of printed and processed (nonperiodical) publications 
issued during June 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.70/2 : 944/6 

Vegetables. Commercial truck crop estimate reports. [Processed.] t 

A 36.101 : 

Note. — The Agricultural Economics Bureau issues a series of reports relating to truck 
crops which, although numbered in one series (TC followed hy the year and a number with 
a different group of hundreds assigned for each month), consists of several distinct 
groups as follows : Commercial trucij crops for fresh marljet. commonly called Truck crop 
reports ; Truck crops for commercial processing, commonly called Canning crop reports ; 
Truck crop news; Annual summaries in December eacli year. Revised statistical sum- 
maries are issued at appropriate intervals 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 January 
quarterly issue each year. 

Wheat situation, WS-81 ; May-June 1944. [1944.] 13 p. il. 4° [Bimonthly; 
Issued monthly during July and August. Processed.] t A 36.86: 81 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION 

AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY BUREAU 

Dehydration. Vegetable and fruit dehydration, manual for plant operators [with 
list of literature cited]. June 1944. cover title, 218 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Miscellaneous publication 540.) * Paper, 30c. • Item 14 
L. C. card Agr 44-127 A 1.38 : 540 

Soybeans. Processing soybeans for oil and meal [with list of selected references.] 
May 1944. 8 p. 4° (AIC-45; [Northern Regional Re.search Laboratory].) 
[Processed. Supersedes ACE-71 revised.] f A 77.104/2: 45 

Vegetables. How to prepare vegetables and fruits for freezing. [May 1944.] 
[2] p. il. large 4", folded into narrow 8° size. ( [Agriculture Dept] AWI-100.) 
[Revision of AWI-63, Preparing home-grown vegetables and fruits for freezing.] 
t • Item 11 A 1.59 : 100 

Preservation of vegetables by salting or brining [with References to other 

publications on salting and brining; bv John L. Etchells and Ivan D. Jones]. 
[Sept. 1943, revised June 1944.] [1944.] 16 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 1932.) [Prepared in cooperation with North Carolina Agricultural 
Experimebt Station.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 10 

L. C. card Agr 44-132 A 1.9 : 1932/2 

Wheat flour, potential raw material for expanded production of starch and sirups 
[with bibliography; by] G. E. Hilbert, R. J. Dimler, and C. E. Rist. [1944.] 

10 p. 4° ( AIC-50 ; Northern Regional Research Laboratory.) [Processed. 
Published in American miller, Apr. 1944.] f A 77.104/2 : 50 

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896 Government Publications 

ANIMAL INDUSTBY BUKEIAU 

Bang's disease. Statement of indemnity claims and averages in cooperative 
Bang's disease work, May 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.211 : 944/5 

Snmmary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) control program conducted by 

Bureau of Animal Industry in cooperation with the various States, July 1, 
1934-May 31, 194-1. [1944.] 1 p. 4'' [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.213 : 944/5 

Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with the 

various States, May 1^4. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.212 : 944/5 

Cattle. Regulations governing inspection, humane treatment, and safe transport 
of animals for export (except to Mexico), effective July 1, 1944. May 3, 1944. 
7 p. (B. A. I. order 378.) t • Item 66 A 77.218: 378 

Rules and regulations of Bureau of Animal Industry. June 1944. [72] p. 
[Title 9, chap. 1, pts. 101-122, Code of Federal regulations of United States and 
Cumulative supplement to Code of Federal regulations of United States.] 
t • Item 68 A 77.206 : An 5/944 

Service aimminccments. Service and regulatory announcements. May 1944; 
[no.] 445. June 1944. p. 29-34. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c., single copy, 25c. 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, 60c. • Item 70 
L. C. card Agr 7-1658 A 77.208 : 445 

Stomaeh tcorms. Survival on grass plots of eggs and larvae of stomach worm, 
Haemonchus contortus [with list of literature cited] ; by D. A. Shorb. 1944. 
[2] -1-317-324 p. [From Journal of agricultural research, Apr. 15, 1944, v. 
68, no. 8.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : St 69/2 

Tubereulosis in animals. Summary of tuberculosis eradictioh in cooperation 
with the various States, Mav 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 8° [Monthlv. Proc- 
essed.] t A 77.216 : 944/5 

Turkeys. Effect of feeding certain fish products on odor and flavor of roasted 
turkeys. June 1944. 8 p. 4° (A. H. D. no. 74.) [Processed. Prepared in 
cooperation with Human Nutrition and Home Economics Bureau.] t 

A 77.209: 74 

Virus-Serum Control Division. Activities of licensed establishments supervised 
by Virus-Serum Control Division, June 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° (Notice 210, 
V. S. C.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.217: 210 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BtJBEATJ 

Allotropa 'burrelli. Biology of Allotropa burrelli, gregarious parasite of Pseudo- 
coccus comstocki ; by D. W. Clancy. 1944. [2] -|- 159-167 p. il. [From Journal 
of agricultural research, Aug. 15, 1944, v. 69, no. 4.] * Paper, 5c. 

A 1.23/a : P 697/3 

Bees. Productive management of honeybee colonies in Northern States ; by C. L. 
Farrar. July 1944. 28 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Circular 702.) * Paper, 
10c. • Item 7 
L. C. card Agr 44-133 A 1.4/2 : 702 

Injectors. Small injector for use in mixing sprays ; by Fred P. Dean. June 1944. 
2 p. il. 2 pi. 4" (ET-217.) [Processed.] t A 77.313: 217 

Insect pest survey [bulletin, v. 22], special supplement; May 1. 1944. [1944.] 
5p. map, 4" [Processed.] t A 77.310 : 22/sp.supp.-9 

Japanese beetle. Influence of temperature on effectiveness of lead arsenate 
against larvae of Japane.se beetle in soil [with list of literature cited] ; by 
Walter E. Fieniing and Warren W. Maines. July 1944. 11 p. 10 p. of pi. 2 p. 
of maps, 4° (E-622.) [Processed.] t A 77.312 : E-622 

Pests. Review of United States patents relating to pest control, by R. C. Roark, 
V. 17, no. 5; May 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.311: 17/5 

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Serwce announcements. Index to Service and regulatory announcements, 1943. 
July 1044. 2 p. t • Item 86 A 77.308 : 154-157/ind. 

Service and regulatory announcements, 1943 ; with List of plant i)esls inter- 
cepted with imported plants and plant products [title page and contents]. 
July 1944. ii+2p. t • Item 86 A 77.308 : 154-157/t.p.&cont. 

Service and regulatory announcements, Jan.-Mar. 1944; [no.] 158. June 

1944. p. 1-31. [Quarterly.] t • Item 86 

L. C. card Agr 14-383 A 77.308: 158 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 

Experiment station record, v. 91, no. 2 ; Aug. 1944. [1944.] cover title, p. 113- 
240. [Monthly. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] *Paper, 15c. single 
copy, $1.00 per vol. (2 vols, a yr.) ; foreign subscription, $1.75 per vol. 

• Item 89 

L. C. card Agr 9-832 A 77.408 : 91/2 

Note. — Mainly made up of abstracts of current publications on agricultural science 
and home economics, especially those of the United States Department of .Agriculture 
and the State agricultural experiment stations. 

HUMAN NUTRITION AND HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU 

Budgets (family and personal). Minimum-wage budgets for women, guide to 
their preparation [with list of selected references]. June 1944. iv+42 p. 
(Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publication 549.) [Revision of Miscellane- 
ous publication 324, Factors to be considered in preparing minimum-wage 
budgets for women.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 14 
L. C. card Agr 44-134 A 1.38 : 549 

DeUydrators. Home-built electric dehydrator. [1944.] 12 p. il. 4° (Agricul- 
ture Dept. AWI-76.) t • Item 11 A 1.59: 76 

Dyes and dyeing. Home dyeing with commercial dyes. [Apr. 28, 1944.] 6 p. 
11.4" [Processed.] t A 77.702 :D 98 

Egg dishes for any meal. [June 1944.] 16 p. il. narrow 8° (Agriculture Dept. 
AWI-89.) [Supersedes unnumbered publication, Egg dishes at low cost.] t 

• Item 11 A 1.59 : 89 

Housing. Need for rural housing; bv Emma G. Holmes and Grace M. Angle. 
Apr. 1944. [2]+10p. 4° [Processed.] t A 77.702 :R 88 

Nutrition. Principles of nutrition and nutritive value of food ; [by Henry C. 
Sherman]. [June 1944.] 40 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Miscellaneous publi- 
cation 546. ) * Paper, l6e. • Item 14 
L. C. card Agr 44-135 A 1.38 : 546 

Pickle and relish recipes [with list of references]. [July 1944.] 16 p. il. narrow 
8° (Agriculture Dept. AWI-103.) t • Item 11 A 1.59: 103 

Tomatoes on your table. [July 1944.] 20 p. il narrow 8" (Agriculture Dept. 
AWI-104.) [Includes list of other Agriculture Department recipe folders.] 
t • Item 11 A 1.59: 104 

PLANT INDUSTRY, SOILS, AND AGRICULTUR^U:, ENGINEE3tING BUEEATJ 

Beans. Monographic study of bean diseases and methods for their control [with 
list of literature cited] ; by L. L. Barter and W. J. Zaumeyer. June 1944. 
cover title, 160 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 868.) * Paper. 
25c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-136 A 1.36 : 868 

Beech. Significance of discolorations in aircraft veneers: American beech; [by 
J. R. Hansbrough, A. M. Waterman, and R. L. Krause]. Apr. 1944. [2]-|-6 p. 
5 p. of 1)1. 4° (Forest pathology special release 16.) [Processed. This report 
is one of a series issued to aid the Nation's war program. Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service.] f A 77.516: 16 

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Cabbage. Factors affecting ascorbic acid content of cabbage lines [with list of 
literature cited] ; by Charles F. Poole, Paul C. Grimball, and Margaret S. 
Kanapaux. 1044. [2] +31:5-329 p. [From Journal of agricultural research, 
Apr. 17), 1944, v. 68, no. 8.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a :C 111/28 

Cotton. Effect of corn barriers on natural crossing in cotton [with list of litera- 
ture cited] ; by O .A. Pope, D. M. Simpson, and E. N. Duncan. 1944. [2] +347- 
Stil p. il. [From Journal of agricultural research. May 1, 1944, v. 68, no. 9.] 

* Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 829/133 

Fences. Farm fences; by M. A. Kelley. [Jan. 1940, slightly revised May 1944.] 
[1944.] [2]+00p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1832.) * Paper, 
10c. • Item 10 
L. C. card Agr 44-137 A 1.9 : 1832/3 

Fruit. Home fruit garden in Northeastern and North Central States. [Aug. 
1942, slightly revised June 1944.] [1944.] 8p.il. (Agriculture Dept. Leaflet 
227.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 13 A 1.35: 227/2 

Quayule nursery diseases and their control ; [prepared by members of Pathology 
Division, Special Guayule Research Project]. Beltsville, Md., May 1944. 20 p. 
9 p. of pi. 4° [Processed.] t A 77.502 : G 93 

Hardwoods. Diagnostic features of some discolorations common to aircraft hard- 

* woods; [by Theodore C. Scheffer]. Mar. 8, 1944. [l]+5 p. 4° (Forest 

pathology special release 19.) [Processed. This report is one of a series issued 

to aid the Nation's war program. Prepared in cooperation with Forest Products 

Laboratory, Forest Service.] % A 77.516: 19 

Kobe, a superior lespedeza ; [by Roland McKee and Howard L. Hyland.] [July 
1944.] [2] +6 p. 11. (Agriculture Dept. Leaflet 240.) * Paper, 5c. 

• Item 13 

L. C. card Agr 44-138 A 1.35: 240 

Onions. Growing transplant onion crop; [by H. A. Jones, L. R. Hawthorn, and 
G. N. Davis]. [July 1944.] [2] +25 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 1956. ) * Paper, 10c. • Item 10 
L. C. card Agr 44-139 A 1.9 : 1956 

Onion diseases and their control; [by J. C. Walker]. [Nov. 1919, revised 

June 1944.] [1944.] [2] +25 p. 11. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
1060.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 10 A 1.9: 1060/7 

Pecans. Changes in some mineral constituents of pecan nuts and their supporting 
shoots durius development [with list of literature cited] ; by Rulou D. Lewis 
and J. H. Hunter. 1944. [2] +299-306 p. [From Journal of agricultural 
research, Apr. 15, 1944, v. 68, no. 8.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : P 331/25 

Plant disease reporter, v. 28, no. 15-21; June 1-July 15, 1944; issued by Plant 
Disease Survey, Division of Mycology and Disease Survey. [1944.] p. 495- 
695,114" [Processed.] f A 77.511 : 28/15-21 

Plant disease surveys in southeastern United States in 1943. June 15, 1944. 
p. 231-302, 4" (Plant disease reporter supp. 148.) [Processed.] f 

A 77.512 : 148 

Strawberry culture, eastern United States; [by George M. Darrow]. [Apr. 1919, 
revised Feb. 1941, slightly revised July 1944.] [1944.] [2] +42 p. il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 1028.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 10 
L. C. card Agr 44-140 A 1.9 : 1028/6 

Tishomingo County, Miss. Soil survey, Tishomingo County, Miss, [with list of 
literature cited] ; by A. C. Orvedal and Thomas Fowlkes. June 1944. cover 
title, 104 p. il. map in pocket. ([Soil survey report] series 1937, no. 10.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. 
Text and another illustration on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 55c. • Item 143 
L. C. card Agr 44-128 A 77.514 : 937/10 

Wood. Significance of air-dry wood in controlling rot caused by Poria incrassata ; 
[by Theodore C. Scheffer and Mae S. Chidester]. May 1943 [published 1944]. 
[l]+5+[l] p. 4° (Forest pathology special release 17.) [Processed. This 
report is one of a series issued to aid the Nation's war program. Prepared 
in coopera^on with Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service. Published 
in Southern lumberman. May 15, 1943.] $ A 77.516 : 17 

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farm credit administration 

Cooperatives. Farmers' cooperative yardstick; [by S. D. Sanders] [1944.] 
16 p. il. narrow 8° ([Circular 17.]) [Includes list of Farm Credit Administra- 
tion publications on cooperatives.] t • Item 99 A 72.4: 17 

Summary of cases relating to farmers' cooperative associations, summary 

22, June 1944; prepared by Lyman S. Hulbert. [1944.] [2] +20 p. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t A 72.18 : 22 

Farms. About that farm you're going to buy. Kansas City, Mo., May 1944. 
12p.il. (Circular E-29.) f A72.4:E-29 

Meat packing industry. History of cooperative and farmer owned meat packing 
enterprises in United States [with list of source material] ; by L. B. Mann. 
May 1944. 20 p. 4° (Miscellaneous report 72.) [Processed.] t A 72.8: 72 

liews for farmer cooperatives, Aug. 1944 ; [v. 11, no. 5]. [1944.] 24 p. il. large 8° 
[Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. 
• Item 106 
L. C. card 36-20027 A 72.10 : 11/5 

Sweetpotato storage, 1943 ; by Milton C. Gay. June 1944. 9 p. 4° (Miscellaneous 
report 71.) [Processed.] t A 72.8: 71 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL RELATIONS OFFICE 

Agriculture in the Americas, July 1944; [v. 4, no. 7]. [1944.] cover title, p. 123- 
138,11.4" [Monthly. Text and another illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * iPaper, 
10c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.20. • Item 116 
L. C. card Agr 41-6 A 67.15 : 4/7 

Foreign agriculture, review of foreign farm policy, production, and trade, v. 8, 
no. 7; July 1944. [1944.] [2] +147-168 p. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single 
copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.60. • Item 118 
L. C. card 43-40327 A 67.7 : 8/7 

Foreign crops and markets. Foreign crops and markets, summary, June 1944. 
[1944.] p. 249-294, 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t A 67.8: 944/6 

Foreign crops and markets, v. 49, no. 1-5 ; July 3-31, 1944. [1944.] p. 1-60, 

4° [Weekly. Processed.] f A 67.8: 49/1-5 

Note. — With this issue. Foreign crops and markets in a more readable and attractive 
form resumes its regular weekly appearance. At the same time, the monthly summary 
issue, instituted shortly after Pearl Harbor in place of the regular weekly issue, is being 
di.scontinued. 

FOREST SERVICE 

Cedar. American woods: Alaska yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) 
[with list of references] ; by H. S. Betts. June 1944. 3 p. map, 4° [Proc- 
essed. ] t A 13.31 : C 32/4/944 

Chestnut. American woods: Chestnut (Castanea dentata) [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by H. S. Betts. May 1944. 9 p. 1 pi. map, 4° [Processed.] $ 

A 13.31 : C 426/944 

Directory, Forest Service, Apr. 1944. [San Francisco, May 1, 1944.] cover title, 
xxxiv+98 p. [Annual. For official use only.] % 
L. C. card Agr 21-224 A 13.8/2 : 944 

Noble fir. American woods: Noble fir (Abies nobilis) [with list of references] ; 
by H. S. Betts. May 1944. 7 p. map, 4° [Processed.] t A 13.31 : F 51/3/944 

Pi7ie. Financial aspects of selective cutting in management of 2d-growth pine- 
hardwood forests west of Mississippi River [with list of literature cited] ; by 
R. R. Reynolds, W. E. Bond, and Burt P. Kirkland. June 1944. cover title, 
118 p. il. (Agriculture Dept. Technical bulletin 861.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
*Paper, 20c. • Item 16 
L. C. card Agr 44-141 A 1.36 : 861 

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INFORMATION OFFICE 

Clip sheet, no. 1357-61 ; July 2-80, 1944. [1944.] Each 4 leaves, 4° [Weekly. 
Processed.] J (limited distribution). A 21.15 : 1357-1361 

Note. — The Clip sheet is not available either for free distribution or for salei to the 
public. It Is (listributod only to profcshiioiial writers, newspapers, and publishers inter- 
ested in agricultural information. (No subscription list.) . 

Cotton. Make the grade in cotton this year, .liiue 19, 1!)44. 4 p. 11. 4° (Food 
information series 90.) [Processed.] t A 21.18: 90 

Fanu machinery. Foreign shipments of farm machinery. Apr. 21, 1944. 4 p. 
4° (Food information series 86.) [Processed.] $ A 21.18: 86 

Farmers. Popular publications for farmer and homemaker; compiled by Eleanor 
W. Clay. July 1944. iv-|-31 p. narrow 8° (List no. 5; Publications Division.) 
t • Item 131 

L. C. card Agr 44-131 A 21.9/8 : 5 

Note. — This list combines and takes the place of 2 lists formerly issued by the 
Department, List no. 2, List of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the De- 
partment of Agriculture, last issued in 1941, and the abridged edition of Miscellaneous 
publication no. 60, List of available publications of the Department of Agriculture, of 
which the last issuance date was July 1, 1943. 

Insecticides. Farm safety rules for using insecticides. July 18, 1944. 4 p 4° 
(Food information no. 94.) [Processed.] t A 21.18: 94 

Lumber. How farmer gets lumber. July 1, 1944. 3 p. 4° (Food information 
no. 92.) [Processed.] | A 21.18: 92 

Milkweed floss collection program. July 7, 1944. 4 p. 4° (Food information 
no. 93.) [Processed.] t A 21.18: 93 

Pastures. Pastures. [1944.] 4 p. 4° (Food information no. 91.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 21.18: 91 

Publications. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publi- 
cations, June 1944. (1944.] 4 p. t • Item 132 
L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : 944/6 

Technical bulletins 801-825 [title page], with contents; prepared in Indexing 
Section. 1944. 12 p. (Publications Division.) * Paper, .5c. • Item 16 

A 1.36 : 801-825/t.p. & cont. 

LIBRARY 

Agriculture. Bibliography of agriculture, v. 5, no. 1; July 1944. [1944.] 
[202] p. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 35c. single copy, $3.75 a yr. ; foreign sub- 
scription, $4.75. • Item 134 
L. C. card Agr. 42-386 A 17.18 : 5/1 

hand settlement, list of references; compiled by Annie M. Hannay. June 1944. 
167 p. 4° (Library list 9.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card Agr 44-126 A 17.17 : 9 

Note. — This bibliography contains selected references on land settlement for the years 
19:38-4.'! and a part of 1944. It partially supplements the Bibliography on land settlement 
and the Bibliography on land utilization, issued by the Department of Agriculture in 1934 
and 1938, as Miscellaneous publication #172 and ii:284, respectively. 

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION 

Rural electrification news, July 1944; [v. 9, no. 11]. [1944.] 24 p. il. 4° 

[Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.15. 
• Item 147 

L. C. card 37-26406 A 68.9: 9/11 

WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION 

Addresses. It depends on you and me, address by Marvin Jones, war food admin- 
istrator, before Massachusetts Retail Grocers Association, Boston, Mass., Juno 
11, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.7 :M 38 

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August 1944 901 

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT AGENCY 

Addresses. Soil fertility in its broader implications, lecture delivered before 
personnel of War Food Administration, Washington, D. C, June 9, 1944, by 
Wm. A. Albrecht, Soils Department, College of Agriculture, Univereity of 
Missouri. [1944.] [G] p. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.609: So 3 

Post-tvar planninQ. Northeastern farmers plan for a better peace. [1944.] 
[4] p. narrow 8° [Processed.] t A 80.602 :P 31 

DISTRIBUTION OFFICE 

Addresses. Dairy farmers and the war, address by Lee Marshall, director of 
distribution. War Food Administration, befoi-e Dairymen's League Association, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y., June 15, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 80.120 : D 14/2 

Food procurement and disposition, address by Lee Marshall, director of 

food distribution. War Food Administration, before Grocery Manufacturers' 
Association, June 14, 1944, New York City, N. Y. [1944.] 5 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t A 80.120 : F 73/9 

Seeds for victory and peace, address by Lee Marshall, director of distribu- 
tion. War Food Administration, before American Seed Trade Association, Chi- 
cago, June 20, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t A80.120:Se3 

This problem of surpluses, address by Lee Marshall, director of distribu- 
tion, War Food Administration, before Supermarket Institute Conference, 
Chicago, 111., June 21, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4" [Processed.] f A 80.12(1 : Su 7 

Wheat, symbol of victory, address by Lee Marshall, director of distribution. 

War Food Administration, before field meeting of Kansas Wheat Improvement 
Association, Paul Uhlmann Farm, near Kansas City, Kans., June 17. 1944. 
[1944.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] f A 80.120 : W 56 

Cold sforar/e report as of July 1, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. il. r [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t A 80.107 : 944/7 

Consumers' guide, July 1944; [v. 10, no. 8]. [1944.] 16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 

Includes CG news letter. ] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; f oi'eign sub- 
scription, 70c. • Item 48 

L. C. card 36-12412 A 80.108 : 10/8 

Container notes no. 18; July 10, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 80.126: 18 

Cotton. Results of fiber and spinning tests of some cottons grown in Texas and 
Oklahoma, crop of 1943 ; [prepared in Research and Testing Division, Cotton 
and Fiber Branch]. June 1944. 9 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 80.102 : C 82/5/943 

Results of fiber and spinning tests of some cottons grown in the Southeast, 

crop of 1943; [prepared in Research and Testing Division, ('ottcm and Fiber 
Branch]. June 1944. 9 p. 4" [Processed.] t A 80.102 : C 82/2/943 

- — • Weekly cotton market review, v. 25, no. 48-52; July 1-29, 1944. [1»44.] 
Each 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.109 : 25/48-52 

Food. Food con.servation education in elementary school program [with list of 
publications on food conservation]. [Jinie 1944.] [2]-j-22 p. il. (NFC-13.) 
[Prepared in cooperation with Education Office.] f • Item 61 
L. C. card Agr 44-142 A 80.123 : 13 

Food trade letter 32-36; June 3-24, 1944. [1944.] Each |2] p. or 1 p. il. f° 

[Weekly. Processed. Number 34, June 12, 1944, is a special edition.) t 

A 80.125 : 32-36 

Jloncy. Semi-monthly honey report, v. 28, no. 13 and 14; July 1 and 15, 1944. 
[1944.] Each 7 p. narrow f" [Processed.] t A 80.110: 28/13, 14 

Livestock, meats and wool, market reviews and statistics, Julv 1-22, [1944] ; v. 
12, no. 27-30. July 5-26, 1944. p. 446-513, 4" [Weekly. Processed.] f 

A 80.111:12/27-30 

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Marketing activities. Marketing activities, June 1944; [v. 7, no. 6]. [1044.] 
19 p. 11. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t A 80.114: 7/6 

Same, July 1944; [v. 7, no. 7]. [1944.] 19 p. 11. 4" [Monthly. Proc- 
essed] t . A8a.ll4:7/7 

Milk. Order regulating handling of milk in Wichita, Kaus., marketing area, 
effective June 1, 1944. [1944.] 14 p. (Order 68.) [Title 7, chap. 9, Code of 
Federal regulations, (Marketing orders) pt. 968.] t • Item 159 

A 80.116: 68 

P. and 8. docket, monthly report of action taken on cases arising under packers 
and stockyards act, v. 7 [6], no. 6 [7]; July 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 80.115: 6/7 

Peanuts. Weekly peanut report, v. 26, no. 27-30; July 5-26, 1944. [1944.] 
various paging, narrow f° [Processed.] f A 80.112 : 26/27-30 

Penicillin, new medical ally. [June 3, 1944.] 4 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 80.102 : P 37 

Sugarcane. Determination of fair and reasonable wage rates for persons em- 
ployed in production and cultivation of sugarcane in Florida during calendar 
year 1944. June 6, 1944. 1 p. (S. D. 193 ; Sugar Branch.) t • Item 30 

A 80.117 : 193 

Determination of farming practices to be carried out in connection with 

production of sugarcane during crop year 1944-45 in Puerto Rico, pursuant to 
sugar act of 1937, as amended (revised). May 25, 1944. 2 p. (S. D. 177, 
rev. 1; Sugar Branch.) t • Item 30 A 80.117 : 177/2 

Tobacco market review, 1943-44 season, class 2, fire-cured, types 21, 22, 23, and 24. 
June 1944. [2]+28 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t A 80.102 : T 55/3/943-44 

EISTENSION SERVICE 

Beans. Twelve points in grading dry edible beans. May 1944. 12 p. il. narrow 
8° (Agriculture Dept. AWI-99.) f • Item 11 A 1.59:99 

Extension Service revieic, v. 15, no. 7; July 1944. [1944.] p. 97-112, il. 4° 
[Monthly.] * Paper, l()c. single copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.15. 
• Item 95 
L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 80.307: 15/7 

Posters. Produce high grade cotton, make the grade this year; [poster]. 1944. 
28X19.9 in. [Illustrator, Robert E. Lee.] t A 80.308 :C 82 

Slidefilms. 

Note. — Slidefilms 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 slidefllm is accompanied by explanatory lecture notes. 

A list of available subjects and information on how to purchase slidefilms may be 
obtained from the Division of Extension Information, Extension Service, Department of 
Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C. 

PRODUCTION OFFICE 

Note. — By authority of Administrator's memorandum 27, supp. 4, of the War Food 
Administration, dated Jan. 21, 1944, the name of the Food Production Administration was 
changed to Office of Production. 

By the same authority the Soil Conservation Service was authorized to function as an 
Independent agency within the War Food Administration. 

The publications of the Soil Conservation Service entered below were ordered prior to 
the change in status of the Service. See also, below, Soil Conservation Service. 

Muskingum County, Ohio. Physical land conditions in Muskingum and Guernsey 
Counties, Ohio; by C. L. Whiteford, A. H. Paschall, and E. C. Sease. 1944. 
[1]-|-61 p. il. 2 maps in pocket, large 8° (Soil Conservation Service; Physical 
land survey 32.) [For upe in farm conservation planning. Date on cover is 
1943.] * Paper, 35c. • Item 150 
L. C. card Agr 44-129 A 80.2012 : 32 

Polk County, Ga. Physical land conditions in Polk County, Ga. ; by J. H. "Winsor 
and C. L. Veatch. 1944. [l]-|-55 p. il. large 8° (Soil Conservation Service; 
Physical land survey 34.) [For use in farm conservation planning.] * Paper, 
20c. • Item 150 
L. C. card Agr 44-130 A 80.2012: 34 

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SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 
Note. — See also, above, Production Office. 

MUkiveed. Pick milkweed pods, save a life ; [prepared by principal horticulturist, 

Soil Conservation Service]. INlar. 25, 1944. 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 80.502 : M 59 
Soil conservation, official organ of Soil Conservation Service, July 1944; [v. 10, 

no. 1]. [1944.] p. 1-16, il. 4° [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 

a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. • Item 152 

L. C. card Agr 35-403 A 80.507 : 10/1 

Soil conservation districts, state of organization by States, approximate acreage, 
number of operating units and farms in organized districts [as of June 15, 1^4]. 
July 3, 1944. [l]+30p. 2tab. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] f A 80.508 : 944/6 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 

European War, Wl.'f-lS. 1st Division, summary of operations in World War 

[with list of sources]. 1944. xi+119 p. il. 7 maps in pocket. * Fabrikoid, 
$1.50. • Item 162 

L. C. card 44-41200 Y 3.Am 3 : W 89/lst Div. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Commission furnishes individual copies of most of its publications gra- 
tuitously to those who apply for them. 

[Class specifications and statements of allocation standards for positions subject 
to classification act of 1923, as amended] ; May 1944. [1944.] 28 p. [Monthly. 
Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. • Item 169 

CS 1.39 : 944/5 

Efficiency rating manual, effective Jan. 1, 1944 ; amended to Mar. 15, 1944. [1944.] 
iv-fl9 p. (Form 3823 revised; Personnel Classification Division, Efficiency 
Ratings Administration Section.) * Paper, 10c. ©Item 171 
L. C. card 44-41230 CS 1.7/2: Ef 4/944-2 

Suggestion systems, selected list of references. May 1944. [3] +24 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t CS1.2:Su3 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

CENSUS BUREAU 

Canada. United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise to Canada 
(including lend-lease exports), calendar year 1942. [1944.] [l]-f31 p. 4° 
[Processed. Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief. Foreign 
Trade Division.] t 
L. C. card 44-41231 C 3.157/4 : 942 

United States general imports from Canada, excluding strategic and criti- 
cal materials and military equipment, calendar year 1942. [1944.] [l]+26 p. 
4° [Processed. Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief. Foreign 
Trade Division.] f 

L. C. card 44-41232 C 3.157/5 : 942 

Commerce. Changes in Schedule A, statistical classification of imports into 
United States (Jan. 1, 1943 edition), trade agreement, Iran (T. D. 51067). 
[June 26, 1944.] 6 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t C 3.150: A/943/ch.-14 

Supplement to Schedule B. Jan. 1, 1944 edition, statistical classification of 

domestic and foreign commodities exported from United States, and regula- 
tions governing statistical returns of exports of commodities, pt. 2, Numbered 
classifications and articles included. July 1944. [2] +20 p. 4° [Processed.] 
' C 3.150 : B/944/pt. 2/supp. 

Cotton. Activity in cotton spinning industry for June 1944. July 20, 1944. 1 p. 
4° [Monthly. Processed. Preliminary report] t C 3.53: 944/6 

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Cotton — Continued. 

June roport of cotton consumed, on hand, and active cotton spindles. July 

15, 1944. oblong 32° [Preliminary report. Issued in postal card form.] t 

C 3.21 : 943-44/11 

Cottnii.'ircd received, crushed, and on hand, and cottonseed products manufac- 
tured, shipped out, and on liniid, for 11 months ending June 30, 1944 and 1943. 
.Tuly 13, 1944. oblong 32" [Preliminary report. Issued in postal card form.] 
t C 3.149 : 943-44/n 

A7 Sulrndor, summary of biostatistics, maps and charts, population, natality and 
mortality statistics [with bibliography]. Washington, Mar. 1944. [1]+111 p. 
il. 4° [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Coordinator of Inter-American 
Affairs Office. Some of these pages are issued as leaves.] t 
L. C. card 44-41233 C 3.2 : Sa 3 

Employment. Government employment, v. 5, no. 2, County employment in 1944; 
by Inez A. Applebee. Washinglon, D. C, July 1944. 30 p. il. 4° [Processed.] 
t C 3.140: 5/2 

Government employment. 1st quarter, 1944 ; v. 5, no. 1, final, Public em- 
ployment in Jan. 1944. July 1944. 8 p. il. 4° [Processed. Formerly State 
and local government quarterly employment survey.] t C 3.140: 5/1 

Same, 2d quarter, 1944 ; v. 5, no. 3, preliminary, Public employment in Apr. . 

1944. June 1944. [2] p. il. 4° [Processed.] t j C 3.140 :.5/3/prelim. 

Fats. Animal and vegetable fats and oils, production, consumption, and stocks, 
quarterly for calendar years 1939-43, and imports and exports for calendar 
years 1939-40, and 1st 3 quarters of 1941. 1944. ii+30 p. il. [Prepared under 
supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet, chief. Agriculture Division.] * Paper, 10c. 

• Item 183 

L. C. card 22-26370 C 3.56 : 943 

Financial statistics. State finances, 1943: v. 2, Topical reports, no. 4, Balances 
in State general, highway, and postwar-reserve funds in 1943. Mar. 1944. 12 p. 
4° [Processed. Prepared under supervision of E. R. Gray, chief. Governments 
Division, by V. J. Wyckoff.] t 
L. C. card 16-26796 C 3.141 : &43/v. 2, no. 4 

Same : v. 3, Statistical compendium. 1944. iv+63 p. 4° [Prepared under 

supervision of E. R. Gray, chief. Governments Division.] * Paper, 20c. 

• Item 197 C 3.141 : 943/v. 3 

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

C 3. ( various arbitrary numbers ) : 

Note. — The Census Bureau collects and publishes monthly and quarterly current statis- 
tics in processed form for numerous industries and commodities. Summaries of nwst 
of these statistics are published later in Survey of current^ biusiness issued each month 
by the Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau. The titles of these reports as issued for 
1944, with tne Documents Office classification number for each, are listed below : 

Monthly industrial and business reports. 
Asphalt and tar roofing and siding prod- Men's, youths', and boys' clothing (civilian 

ucts, Shipments of (C 3.100:) and Government) (C3.92:) 

Boots, shoes, and slippers, other than rub- Oil burners (C 3.93 :) 

ber (C 3.43 :) Paint, varnish, lacquer, and fillers (C 3.94 :) 

Commercial steel castings (C3.74:) Plastic paints, coldwater paints, and cal- 

Coiifectionery and competitive chocolate cimines (C3.96:) 

products, manufacturers' sales (C 3. 13.T :t Porcelain enameled products, metal base 
Cotton consumed, on hand, and active cot- only (C3.98:) 

ton spindles (C3.21:) Public merchandise warehousing (C 3.102:) 

Cotton, leather, and allied garments (ci- Pyroxylin coated woven cotton fabrics 

vilian and Government) (C3.64:) (C 3.104:) 

Cottonseed products manufactured and on Raw wool consumption (C 3.52 :) 

hflnd at oil mills by States (C 3.125 :) Red cedar, shingles (C 3.119 :) 

Domestic pumps, water systems, and wind- Retail sales, independent stores [summary 

mills (C 3.77.) and one report for each of 34 States and 

Fats and oils, animal and vegetable 6 cities] (C 3.138 :) 

(C 3.123 :) Sales finance companies (C 3.151 :) 

Galvanized range boilers and tanks for hot Steel barrels and drums (C 3.106 :) 

water heaters (C3.86:) Ste.-l boilers (C 3.107 :) 

I><'ather gloves and mittens (C3.42:) Superphosphate (C 3.111 :) 

Malleable Iron castings (C3.89:) Underwear, knit cloth and knit fabric 

Mechanical stokers (C 3.91:) gloves (C 3.113 :) 

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Industrial and business statistics — Continued. 

Monthly industrial and business reports — Continued 
Wheat ground and wheat-milling products Wholesalers' sales, inventories, and credits 

(C 3.117:) (C 3.133:) 

White base antifriction bearing metals Wool machinery activity (C 3.51 :) 
(C3.71:) 

Quarterly industrial and business reports 
Blowers, fans, unit heaters, and accessory Warm-air furnaces and winter air-condi- 

equipment (C 3.143:) tioning units (C 3.144:) 

Fats and oils, Factory consumption of pri- Wheat and wheat-flour stocks held by mills 
mary animal and vegetable, by classes (C 3.115:) 

of products (C 3.154 :) Wool and related fibers, Commercial stocks 

Lacquers, Sales of (C 3.88 :) of (C 3.52/3 :) 

Industry. Facts for industry. 4° and oblong 8° [Processed.] t C 3.158: 

Note. — The Facts for industry series was established as the medium to carry out the 
policy adopted by the War Production Board of releasing significant statistical data to 
industry whenever the release would not interfere with the war effi)rt. Generally, the 
series provides information on such basic factors as production, shipments, inventories 
and unfilled orders, for products for which the Board has required reports in order to 
maintain war-time controls. Facts for industry series is issued jointly by the War Produc- 
tion Board and the Bureau of the Census, and may be of two kinds : one-time and 
periodic. 

Labor force. Montlily report on labor force ; Estimates of labor force, employ- 
ment, and unemployment in United States during weelv of June 4-10, 1944. July 
11,1944. 4 p. 4° ( Special surveys ; MRLF-no. 25. ) [Processed.] t 

O 3.155 : 25 

Mortality index. Weekly mortality index, deaths in major cities, July 1-29, 1944 ; 
V. 15, no. 26-30. July 7-Aug. 3, 1944. Each 4 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

C 3.41 : 15/26-30 

Prisoners in State and Federal prisons and reformatories, [calendar year] 1941. 

1944. iv-4-67 p. [Prepared by Henry D. Sheldon under supervision of Leon E. 

Truesdell, chief, Population Division, and Hov^ard G. Brunsman, assistant 

chief.] * Paper. 15c. • Item 198 

• L. C. card 29-26780 C 3.2 : P 93/4/941 

Vital statistics. Classification of terms and comparability of titles through 5 
revisions of international list of causes of death. Washington, 1944. 110 p. 4° 
[Processed. Prepared under supervision of Halbert L. Dunn, chief, Vital 
Statistics Division.] t 
L. C. card 44-41234 C 3.6 : D 34/2 

Monthly vital statistics bulletin, July 8, 1944; v. 7, no. 5. [1944.] 4 p. 

11.4° [Processed.] t C 3.127: 7/5 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS AUTHORITY 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION 

Civil aeronautics journal, issued monthly by Information & Statistics Service, v. 5, 
no. 7; July 15, 1944. [1944.] p. 77-88, il. 4° * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. • Item 219 
L. C. card 40-26182 C 31.118: 5/7 

Fires. Determination of means to safeguard aircraft from powerplant fires in 
flight, pt. 1 [with bibliography] ; by A. W. Dallas and H. L. Hansberry. Sept. 
1943. cover title, iii-fl21 p. il. 4° (Technical development report 33.) 
[Processed.] $ 
L. C. card 44-41235 31.119:33 

— Same, pt. 2 ; by George L. Pigman. Oct. 1943. cover title, [2] +46 p. 11. 4° 
(Technical development repoi-t 37.) [Processed.] t 31.110:37 

— Same, pt. 3; by H. L. Hansberry. Apr. 1944. cover title, [2] +34 p. il. 4° 
(Technical development report 38. ) [Processed.] $ 31.119:38 

Goniometer. Construction of goniometer for u.se in determining candlepower 
characteristics of beacons, by F. C. Brecltenridge and T. H. Projector. Feb. 1941. 
cover title, [1] +8 p. il. 4° (Technical development report 39.) [Processed.] % 
L. 0, card 44-40934 31.119:39 

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Tahc-off (aircraft). Correlation of aircraft take-off and lauding characteristics 
with airport size [with list of references] ; by A. L. jNIorse. Apr. 1944. cover 
title, [4]-fl3o p. il. 4° (Technical development report 40.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-4123G C 31.119 : 40 

CIVIL AEBONAUTICS BOAKD 

Note. — The opinions in economic proceedings of the Civil Aeronautics Board are printed 
s»'paratL'ly bcf,'iiiuiug with v. 2, and are "adva4ice sheets"' of the material which will make 
up l)ound volumes of the Civil Aeronautics Board Reports. 

The separate opinions are obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents, Government 
I'rintiiig Otflce, Washington 25, D. C., at a subscription price of |1.00 per volume; single 
copius vary in price. 

Ackerman Air Service. Docket no. 71^01-E-l, Ackerman Air Service et al., 
Alaska air transportation investigation [decided Oct. 22, 1942; opinion and 
order]. [1944.] [1] +804-897 p. 2 maps. ([Opinion] 60.) [From C. A. B. 
Keports, v. 3.] * Paper, 20c. C 31.211/a : 3/60 

Aircraft accidents. Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of acci- 
dent involving aircraft during local commercial flight [approximately 13 miles 
southwest of Alamosa Airport, Alamosa, Colo., Feb. 22, 1944] ; adopted July 3, 
1944. [1944.] Ip. '4° [Processed.] t C 31.213 :A1 11 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local instruction flight [near Breedlove Commercial Field No. 2, 
Lubbock, Tex., Oct. 29, 1943] ; adopted June 23, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t C 31.213 :L 961 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local pleasure flight [approximately 2 miles south of Osseo, 
Minn, (near Robbinsdale), Dec. 4, 1943] ; adopted July 3, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" 
[Processed. ] t C 31 .213 : Os 7 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local pleasure flight [approximately 5 miles southwest of Boga- 
lusa, La., Mar. 10, 1944] ; adopted July 7, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] I C 31.213 :B6§3 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local pleasure flight [Curry Airport, Dallas, Tex., Jan. 17, 1944] ; 
adopted June 23, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t C 31.213 : D 161/2 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local pleasure flight [Krist-Port Airport, Farmington, Mich., 
Jan. 31, 1944] ; adopted June 23, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 31.213 : F 229 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

ail-craft during local pleasure flight [near MacArthur Field, Hollywood, Fla., 
Oct. 31, 1943] ; adopted June 23, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" [Processed.] $ 

C 31.213 : H 729 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during local practice flight [near Municipal Airport, Kansas Citj', Mo., 
Jan. 15, 1944] ; adopted July 3, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 31.213 : K 13/2 

Reixtrt of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft during test flight [near Pan American Airways base. Dinner Key, 
Miami, Fla., Sept. 24, 1943] adopted July 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t C 31.213 :M 58 

Report of Civil Aeronautics Board on investigation of accident involving 

aircraft in scheduled air carrier operation [about 17 miles southeast of 
Chambersburg, Pa., Oct. 25, 1943]; adopted July 3, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t C 31.213:0 355 

American Airlines, Inc. Docket no. 334, American Airlines, Inc., .mail rate pro- 
ceeding [decided Nov. 12, 1942; opinion and order on rehearing, reargument, 
and reconsideration]. [1944.] [1] +770-803 p. ([Opinion] 59.) [From 
C. A. B. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. C 31.211/a : 3/59 

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Civil air regulations. Civil air regulations: pt. 01, Airworthiness certificates, as 
amended to Oct. 15, 1942. [Reprint 1944.] 4 p. 4° [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 225 C 31.209 : 01/3-2 

■ Same : pt. 13, Aircraft engine airworthiness, effective Aug. 1, 1941. [Re- 
print 1944.] 4 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 225 

C 31.1^09 : 13/1-2 

• Civil air regulations amendments. [Processed.] t C 31.209: 

Note. — Amendments to Civil air regulations, beginning with Oct. 15, 1941, are issued 
in a new form, and are numbered so that no amendment will affect more than one part 
of the Regulations. These amendments or digests of them will he published in the monthly 
Civil aeronautics journal. Separate entries of these amendments are not listed in the 
Monthly catalog. 

Eastern Air Lines, Inc. Docket no. 335, Eastern Air Lines, Inc., mail rate pro- 
ceeding, decided Oct. 19, 1942; [opinion and order.] [1944.] p. 733-709. 
([Opinion] 58.) [From C. A. B. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 10c. 

C 31.211/a : 3/58 

Foreign air news digest. Foreign air news digest, v. 2, no. 22-37 ; Jan. 3-July 31, 
1944. [1944.] various paging, 4° [Fortnightly. Processed. Numbers 29-37 
carry continuous paging 81-171. Previous issues not entered in the Monthly 
catalog.] t 31.216:2/22-37 

. Same, index, v. 2, issues no. 22-28; Jan. 13 [3]-Mar. 27, 1944. [1944.] 

[1]+1G p. 4° [Processed. Prepared with assistance of Air Transport Divi- 
sion of Foreign Economic Administration.] t C 31.216 : 2/22-2S/ind. 

Fan American Airways, Inc. Docket no. 10-401 (E)-l, Pacific Alaska Airways, 
Inc. (now Pan American Airways, Inc.), certificate of public convenience and 
necessity [decided Oct. 22, 1942 ; opinion and order.] [1944.] [1] +902-912 p. 
([Opinion] 61.) [From C. A. B. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. C 31.211/a : 3/61 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 

Coast pilots. Supplement to United States coast pilot, Alaska : pt. 1, Dixon En- 
trance to Yakutat Bay, 9th (1943) edition; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 5 leaves. 
( Serial 654-1. ) t • Item 238 C 4.7/2 : 943/supp.-l 

Hydrograpliic manual; by K. T. Adams. Revised (1942) edition. 1942 [pub- 
lished 1944]. xvi + 940 p. il. 14 pi. map, large 8° (Special publication 143.) 
[Includes list of Coast and Geodetic Survey publications of interest in connec- 
tion with this manual.] * Cloth, $2.75. • Item 233 
L. C. card 44-41237 C 4.19 : 143/3 

Seismological bulletin, MSI-110; Oct. 1942. Washington, D. C, 1944. cover title, 
IS p. f [Monthly. Processed, with printed cover.] $ 4.36:110 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU 

Bolivia. United States trade with Bolivia in 1942. June 1944. [2]-h4 p. il. 4° 
[ Processed. ] t C 18.204 : B63/942 

Business. Survey of current business, July 1944; [v. 24, no. 7]. [1944.] cover 
title, 20+S36 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Text on p. 2-4 of cover.] *Paper, 15c. single 
copv, $1.75 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.50. • Item 257 
L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : 24/7 

Same, weekly supplement, July 6-27, 1944. [1944.] Each [2] p. il. 4° 

[Processed.] t C 18.36 : 944/27-30 

Businessmen's organizations. Georgia, State-local businessmen's organizations; 
by C. J. Judkins and H. E. Wells. Jan. 1944. ii-(-8 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 18.200/2 : G 29 

Indiana, State-local businessmen's organizations; by C J. Judkins and 

H. E. Wells. June 1944. ii-fl2 p. 4° [Processed.] t C 18.200/2 : In 2 

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Louisiana, State-local businessmen's organizations; by C J. Judkins and 

H.E.Wells. JuneliW4. [2]+7p. 4° [Processed.] t C 18.200/2 : L 93 
Maine State-local businessmen's organizations; by C J. Judkins and 

H.E. Wells. May 1944. ii+6p.4° [Processed.] t C 18.200/2 : M 28 
Mississippi, State-local businessmen's organizations; by C. J. Judkins and 

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Judkins and H. E. Wells. June 1944. [2]+8p. 4° [Processed.] t 

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Oregon and Idaho, State-local businessmen's organizations; by C J. 

Judkins and H. E. Wells. May 1944. [2]-f 8-f |2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 18.200/2 : Or 3 

Utah and Nevada, State-local businessmen's organizations ; by C. J. Judkins 

and H. E. W^ells. June 1944. [2]-f6+[2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 18.200/2 : Ut 1 

Domestic cotnmerce, v. 32, no. 7; July 1944. [1944.] 32 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 
♦Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. • Item 251 

C 18.32 : 32/7 . 

Dominican RcpuUic. United States trade with Dominican Republic in 1942. July 
1944. l2]-f5p. il. 4° [Processed.] t C 18.204 : D 71/942 

Foreign commerce weekly, v. 16. no. 1-5 : July 1-29, 1944. [1944.] various pag- 
ing, il. 4° *Paper, 10c. single copy, $4.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.90. 
• Item 251 
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Industry survey, manufacturers' inventories, shipments, incoming business, un- 
filled orders. May 1944. [1944.] 4+ [4] p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 41-51038 C 18.224 : 944/5 

Urunvoy. United States trade with Uruguay in 1942. June 1944. [2]-f 5 p. il. 
4° [Proces.sed.] t C 18.204 : Ur 8/942 

Wood pulp. Industry report, pulp and paper, July 1944: Pulp and paper series, 
pt 1 • prepared bv Pulp and Paper Unit in cooperation with War Production 
Board, Forest Products Bureau. [1944.] 32 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t 018.229:944/7 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

Acid potassium phthalate. Method for determination of pH of 0.05-molal solu- 
tions of acid potassium phthalate with or without potassium chloride [with 
list of references] ; bv Walter J. Hamer and S. F. Acree. [1944.] p. 215-227. 
il. (Research paper RP15S6.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau 
of Standards, May 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1586 

Blankets. Study of properties of household blankets: by Herbert F. Schiefer, 
Hazel Tharp Stevens, Pauline Beery Mack, and Paul M. Boyland. [1944.] 
p. 261-284, il. 1 pi. (Research paper RP1589.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, June 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. 

C 13.22/a : 1589 

Fabrics. Thermal properties of moist fabrics [with list of references] ; by 
Charles W^ Hock. Arnold M. Sookne. and Milton Harris. [1944.] p. 229-252, 
il. 4 p. of pi. (Research paper RP1587.) [From Journal of research of Na- 
tional Bureau of Standards, May 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1587 

Frequency (radio). Methods of using standard frequencies broadcast by radio 
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Hydrocarhons. Method for determining individual liydrocarbons in mixtures of 
liydrocarbons by measurement of freezing points [with list of references] ; by 
Anton J. Streiffand Frederick D. Rossini. [1944.] p. 185-195, il. (Research 
paper RP1584.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, 
May 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1584 

Theoretical analysis of certain time-temperature freezing and melting 

curves as applied to hydrocarbons [with list of references] ; by William J. 
Taylor and Frederick D. Rossini. [1944.] p. 197-213, il. (Research paper 
RPly85.) [From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, May 
1944, V. 32.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 1585 

Journal of research. Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, v. 32, 
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L. O. card 44-41207—41210 C 13.22 : 32/5 

■ Same, v. 32, no. 6; June 1944. 1944. ii+253-330 p. il. 1 pi. [Monthly. 

Includes Research papers 1588-91 and index to v. 32. Individual papers are 
issued separately and are listed in the Monthly catalog as they appear.] 

• Item 278 

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Laminar floiv at interface of 2 liquids [with list of references] ; by Garbis H. 
Keulegan. [1944.] p. 303-327, il. (Research paper RP1591.) [From Jour- 
nal of research of National Bureau of Standards, June 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 
10c. -(incorrectly given in publication as 5c.). C 13.22/a : 1591 

Mathematical tahles. Table of coefficients for inverse interpolation with advanc- 
ing differences; by Herbert E. Salzer. n. p. [1944]. cover title, p. 75-102. 
( [MT 29.] ) [Reprinted from Journal of mathematics and physics, v. 23, no. 2, 
May 1944.] j Paper, 25c. C 13.30 : 29 

Mineral wool, blankets, blocks, insulating cement, and pipe insulation for heated 
industrial equipment, recorded voluntary standard of the trade. 1944. ii-|- 
29 p. (Commercial standard CS117-44.) [Effective date for new production 
from May 25, 1^4.} * Paper, 10c. • Item 274 013.20: 117 

Paper Section. News bulletin of Paper Section, Apr.-May 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 4" 
[Bimonthly. Processed.] f 013.28:944/3 

Polishes [with list of references]. May 31, 1944. 21 p. 4° (Letter circular 
LO 753.) [Processed. Supersedes LO 275.] f 013.10:753 

Purification of substances by slow fractional freezing; [by] Fi-ank W. Schwab 
and Edward Wichers. [1944.] p. 253-259, il. (Research paper RP1588.) 
[From Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards, June 1944, v. 32. J 

* Paper, 5c. O 13.22/a : 1588 

Silver. Marking of jewelry and novelties of silver, recorded voluntary standard 
of the trade. 1944. ii+9 p. (Oommercial standard CS118-44.) [Elfective date 
for new production from Aug. 15, 1944.] * Paim; 5c. • Item 274. 13.20 : 118 

Simplified practice recommendations [publications of National Bureau of Stand- 
ards], alphabetical list; revised to June 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4" (Letter 
circular LC-750.) [Processed. Supersedes LC-733.] f 013.16:750 

Sweeping compou7ids (also known as floor sweep and dust down) [with list of 
references]. June 2, 1944. 2 p. 4° (Letter circular LO 754.) [Processed. 
Supersedes LO 340.] t 013.16:754 

Sifstem soda-Ume-silica-water. Studies of portions of quaternary system soda- 
lime-silica-water at 25° [with list of references] ; by George L. Kaloysek. 
[1944.] p. 285-302, il. (Research paper RP159U.) [From Journal of research 
of National Bureau of Standards, June 1944, v. 32.] * Paper, 10c. (incorrectly 
given in publication as 5c.) 13.22/a : 1590 

Technical tiews bulletin of National Bureau of Standards, July 1944; no. 327. 

[1944.] p. 49-56. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign 
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Textiles, testing and reporting, recorded voluntary standard of the trade. 4th 
edition. 11)44. ii-}-45 p. (Comercial standard CS59-44.) [Effective as basis 
for testing and reporting from Feb. 20, 1944. Supersedes CS59-41.] * Paper, 
10c. • Item 274 C 13.20 : 59/4 

PATENT OFFICE 

Note. — The Patent Office publishes Specifications and drawings of patents in single copies. 
Those are not euunierated in this catalogue, but may be obtained for 10c. each at the Patent 
Office when identified by patent number. The Office also issues coupon orders in packages 
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coupons are good until usod but are to bo used only for order.s sent to the Patent Office. For 
schedule of office fees, address Chief Clerk, Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Careiv, Herman. In Court of Customs and Patents Appeals, patent appeal no. 
5010, in re Herman Carevp, improvements in paper containers; brief for com- 
missioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 7 p. 4" + C 21.10 :C 187 

Decisions. [Decisions in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.] July 4-25, 1944. 
[1944.] various paging, large 8° [Issue of July 25, 1944 includes Bulletin of 
decisions of Patent Office on trade-marks rendered during June 1944. From 
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subscription, $2.00. 
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Decisions of commissioner of patents and of United States courts in patent 

and trade-mark and copyright cases ; compiled from v. 546-557 of Official gazette 
of Patent Office during 1943. 1944. xx-|-894 p. 11. * Cloth,- $1.50. • Item 287 

C 21.6 : 943 

Same. (H. doc. 537, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Ethyl Gasoline Corporation. Brief for appellee. United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, appeal no. 8760. Ethyl Gasoline Corporation v. Conway 
P. Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal from judgment of District Court of 
United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i-fie p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : Et 39/2 

Kokatnur, Vaman R. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 4896, in re Vaman R. Kokatnur, process of removing water from solutions ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 12 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : K 829/6 

In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4899, in re 

Vaman R. Kokatnur and Oliver S. Plantinga, compounding lubricating oils ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 :K 829/4 

In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 4900, in re 

Vaman R. Kokatnur, anhydrous caustic alkalis and method of preparing same ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. 4° t 

• C 21.10 : K 829/5 

Kulm, Clarence W. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
5007, in re Clarence W. Kuhn and Edwin W. Seeger, thermal responsive unit ; 
brief for commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 8 p. 4° t 

C 21.10 : K 955 

McKaughan, Richard E. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal 
no. 4999, in re Richard E. McKaughan, freight-carrying aircraft ; brief for 
commissioner of patents. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. 4° $ C 21.10 : M 192 

Official gazette. Official gazelte of Patent Office, containing patents, trade-marks, 
and designs, issued July 4-25, 1944; v. 564, no. 1-4. [1944.] cover titles, 
696-f [cxiv] p. il. large 8° [Weekly.] * Paper, 35c. single copy, $16.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $25.00. • Item 290 
L. C. card 4-18256 C 21.5 : 564/1-4 

Note. — Contains the patents, trade-marks and desicrns issued each week, with indexes; 
also decisions of the commissioner of patents and of the United State courts in patent 
cases. In the last weekly issue of each month there is included in the Official gazette a 
section entitled Hulletin of decisions of Patent Office on trade-marks. 

The annual index of patents will hereafter he 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. 

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Official gazette — Continued. 

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

opposition [etc., July 4-25, 1944]. [1944.] various paging, kirge 8° [From 
Official gazette, v. 564, no. 1-4.] t Paper, 5c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. 

C 21.5/a 4 : 564/1^ 

Same [title page, contents, etc., to] v. 563 ; June 1944. 1944. 2 leaves, large 

8° *Paper, 5c. single copy, included in price of Official gazette for subscribers. 
• Item 290 C 21.5 : 563/t.p.& cont. 

Patents. Classification of patents issued July 4-25, 1944. [1944.] Each 2 p. 
large 8° [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 564, no. 1-4.] t Paper, 5c. single 
copy, $2.50 a yr. C 21.5/a 1 : 564/1-4 

[Manual of classification of patents, 1940] design classes. [1944.] [1] + 

13 p. oblong 24° [Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Manual.] Included 
in price of Manual. • Item 2S9 C 21.12 : 940/design classes 

Same [substitute title page and other pages containing corrections.] 1944. 

[2] p., p. 7-10, 48-44b, 45-46, 129-129a, 251-252b, 253-253f, 254, oblong 24° 
[Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Manual.] Included in price of 
Manual. • Item 2S9. C 21.12 : 940/t.p./rev.,etc. 

Potts, Ralph H. In Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, patent appeal no. 
5017, in re Ralph H. Potts, process of preparing nitriles ; brief for commissioner 
of patents. [1944.] cover title, 7 p. 4° $ C 21.10 :P 859 

Stokes, F. J.,. Machine Co. Brief for appellee. United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, appeal no. 8715, F. J. Stokes Machine Company v. Conway 
P. Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal from judgement of District Court of 
• United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i-f-10 p. 4" J 

C 21.10 : St 67 

Trade-marks [etc., from] Official gazette, July 4-25, 1944. [1944.] various pag- 
ing, il. large 8" [Weekly. From Official gazette, v. 504, no. 1-4.] *Paper, lOc. 
single copy, $5.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $7.00. C 21.5/a 3 : 564/1-4 

United States Rubber Co. Brief for appellee. United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, appeal no. 8710, United States Rubber Company v. Con- 
way P. Coe, commissioner of patents, appeal from judgment of District Court 
of United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i+12 p. 4" $ 

C 21.10 :Un 35 
PUBLICATIONS DIVISION 

Commerce Departmait. List of available publications of Department of Com- 
merce; compiled and indexed by Thelma C. Ager and Franklin L. Thatcher. 
[Edition of] Jan. 1944. 1944. v-f202 p. f • Item 297 

L. C. card 14-30281 C 10.5 : 944 

WEATHER BUREAU 

Atmospheric pressure. Note on advective pressure changes ; by Robert D. Elliott. 
1944. p. 89, 4° [From Monthly weather review, Apr. 1944, v. 72] t 

C 30.14/a : P 926/2 

Climatologicnl data. Climatological data, Hawaii section, v. 40, no. 3; Mar. 1944. 
[Hawaiian Printing Co., Ltd., May 2, 1944.] p. 13-18, 4" [Monthly.] *Paper, 
5c. single copy, 25c. a yr. O 30.19 : 40/3 

Same, v. 40, no. 4 ; Apr. 1944. [Hawaiian Printing Co., Ltd., June 1, 1944.] 

p. 19-24, 4° [Monthly.] C 30.19: 40/4 

' Cot^. Weekly corn and wheat weather bulletin, no. 13-16, series 1944 ; July 4-25, 
1944. [(^hicago P.O. July 5-26, 1944.] Each [2] p. f° * Paper, 30c. per season 
(April-September). 30.7:944/13-16 

Cotton. Weekly cotton weather bulletin, no. 12-16, series 1944 ; June 27- July 25, 
1944. [Weather Bureau Office, New Orleans, La., 1944.] Each [2] p. il. oblong 
8", folded into 8° size. * Paper, 30c. per season (April-October). 

G 30.9 : 944/12-16 
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Meteorology. Annual meteorological summary for Washington, D. C, [calendar] 
years 1941, 1942, and 1943. 1944. [2] p. 4° t • Item 298 

C 30.16 : D 63/insert 

Annual nu'toorological summary, with comparative data, [calendar year] 

1943, Me(lf(»rd, Oreg. ; compiled by William J. Hutchison. 1944. 8 p. narrow 
8° t • Item 298 O 30.16 : Or 3/943 

Monthly meteorological summary, Washington, D. C, June 1944. n. p. 

[WB, July 8, 1&44]. [2] p. f° t 30.10:944/6 

Monthly weather review, Apr. 1944; v. 72, no. 4. [July 1, 1944.] cover title, p. 
89-109, 15 p. of maps, large 4° (W. B. no. 1414.) [Certain special articles are 
reprinted from the Monthly weather review and listed in the Monthly catalog 
as they are issued.] * Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$2.75. • Item 303 

L. C. card Agr 9-990 C 30.14 : 72/4 

Note. — The Monthly weather review publishes monthly meteorological and climate- 
logical data for the United States and adjacent ret?ions, and brief contri1)utions, princi- 
pally to synoptic meteorology and applied meteorology. 

Sunshine. Sunshine tables: pt. 1, 'Latitudes 20° to 30° north; by C. F. Marvin. 
Edition 1905, reprinted 1944. 23 p. (W. B. no. 805 [pt. IJ.) t 9 Item 301 

C 30.2 : Su 7/pt.l 

Same : pt. 2, Latitudes 30° to 40° north ; by C. F. Marvin. Edition 1905, 

reprinted 1944. 23 p. (W. B. no. 805 [pt. 2].) t • Item 301 

C 30.2 : Su 7/pt.2 

Same: pt. 3, Latitudes 40° to 50° north; by C. F. Marvin. Edition 1905, 

reprinted 1944. 23 p. (W. B. no. 805 [pt. 3].) t • Item 301 

C 30.2 : Su 7/pt.3 

Weather. Weekly weather and crop bulletin, July 4-25, 1944; no. 27-30, series 

1944. n. p. [1944]. Each 4 p. il. 4° * Paper, 50c. a yr. 

L. C. card Agr 24-260 C 30.11 : 944/27-30 

Weather forecasts. Some notes on forecasting for Atlanta and Miami districts 
(North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida) ; by Grady Norton. Wash- 
ington, Feb. 1944. cover title, [2] +30 p. (Research paper 15.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 30.29:15 

CONGRESS 

Congressional record. Congressional record, proceedings and debates of 78tli 
Congress, 1st session, v. 89, pt. 7 and 8; Oct. 21-Dec. 21, 1943. [Permanent 
edition.] 1943. [3] -f 8609-11005 p. 4° * Cloth, pts. 7 and 8 each $2.50 
• Item 305 

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Same, appendix, v. 89, pt. 9-12 ; Jan. 6-Dec. 21, 1943. [Permanent edition.] 

1943. Al-A5700+[5] p. 4° * Cloth, pts. 9-12, each $2.50. • Item 305 

X 847-850 : 78/1 

Congressional record index, proceedings and debates of 78th Congress, 2d 

session, v. 90, nos. 114-119; June 19-23, 1944. [1944.] no. 12; 63 p. 4° [In- 
cludes History of bills and resolutions.] X/a.78/2 : 90/114-119/ind. 

Note. — The Congressional record containing the proceedings and debates of Congress 
Is issued daily when Congress is in session, and indexes thereto are published fort- 
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of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

Directory. 78th Congress, 2d session, beginning Jan. 10, 1944, ofl5cial congres- 
sional directory; [compiled by R. E. De Sear]. 2d edition, corrected to June 
2. 1944. 1944. xx+917 p. il. 1 pi. * Cloth, $1.25. • Item 307 
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Private law 308-347, 78th Congress. 

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Allen, Ouy F. H. R. 3G61, act for relief of G. P. Allen, and for other purposes. [Ap- 
proved June 27, 1944.] 2 p. (Private law 313.) 
Anderson, Mrs. Kay B. II. R. 1045, act for relief of Mrs. R. D. Robinson [now Mrs. 
John K. Anderson (Kay Bayne Anderson)]. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private 
law 328.) 
Bantin, Howard C. H. R. 3724, act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Bantin. 

Approved June 28. 1944. 1 p. (Private law 325.) 
Baptiste, Frank. H. R. 2788, act for relief of Frank Baptiste. Approved June 30, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 338.) 
Boland, Broadus. II. R. 1755, act for relief of Broadus D. Boland and W. E. Boland. 

Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 332.) 
Bub!/, John. H. R. 2855 net for relief of estate of John Buby. Approved June 28, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 321.) 
Campbell, Paul M. H. R. 1220, act for relief of legal guardian of Paul M. Campbell. 

Approved June 26. 1944. 1 p. (Private law .^09.) 
Clapp, Ruth L. H. R. 3137, act for relief of Ruth L. Clapp. Approved June 30, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 340.) 
Cothron, Mrs. Maris N. H. R. 3390, act for relief of Mavis Norrine Cothron and legal 
guardian of Norma Lee Cothron, Florence Janet Cothron, and Nina Faye Cothron. 
Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 342.) 
Courcil, Louis. H. R. 248, act for relief of Louis Courcil. Approved June 30, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 327.) 
De Blanc, Mrs. Ccsaire. S. 1593, act for relief of heirs and assigns of widow Cesaire 

De Blanc. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 347.) 
Delisle, Mrs. Eva M. H. R. 3102, act for relief of Mrs. Eva M. Delisle [mother of 

Arthur A. Fanion]. Approved June 26, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 312.) 
Ekvall,MaeA. H. R. 3649, act for relief of Mae Ekvall. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. 

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Feller, L. M., Co. H. R. 4528, act for relief of L. M. Feller Company and Wendell C. 

Graus. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 345.) 
Frakes, Mrs. Mary E. H. R. 3126, act for relief of Mary Ellen Frakes, widow of 

Joseph A. Frakes. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 339.) 
Godwin, Mrs. Molly. H. R. 3586, act for relief of Mrs. John Andrew Godwin [Molly 

Godwin]. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 324.) 
Hale, Clarence P., jr. H. R. 2405, act for relief of Clarence P. Hale, jr. Approved 

June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 335.) 
Hampton, Mrs. Mildred B. H. R. 1412, act for relief of Mildred B. Hampton. Ap- 
proved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 330.) 
Harris, Marvin H. H. R. 3737, act for relief of M. H. Harris. Approved June 28, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 326). 
Held, Edward E. H. R. 2625, act for relief of Edward E. Held and Mary Jane Held. 

Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 337.) 
Holcomb, Eugene. S. 1588, act for relief of legal guardian of Eugene Holcomb. Ap- 
proved June 26, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 311.) 
James, Orville W. H. R. 2303, act for relief of O. W. James. Approved June 26, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 310.) 
Lankton, J. Fletcher, & Ziegele, John N. H. R. 4707, act for relief of J. Fletcher Lankton 

and John N. Ziegele [firm]. Approved .Tune 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private Law 346.) 
Lewis. Delores. H. R. 1313, act for relief of Delores Lewis. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. 

(Private law 316.) 
Long, Mrs. Elizabeth P. H. R. 2151, act for relief of Elizabeth Powers Long. Approved 

June 28. 1944. 1 p. (Private law 317.) 
McKay, Charles M. II. R. 544, act for relief of C. M. McKay. Approved June 28, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 314.) 
McLaughlin. Mrs. Iva. Ii. R. 2333, art foi" relief of Mrs. Samuel M. McLaughlin [Iva 

McLaughlin]. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 334.) 
Mullins. Mrs. Oertrude. H. R. 2472, act for relief of estate of Gertrude Mullins. Approved 

June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 336.) 
O'Connell, John M. H. R. 2530. act for relief of John M. OConnell. Approved .Tune 28, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 319J 
Pokluda. Mrs. Vola S. II. R. 272, act for relief of Mrs. Vola Stroud Pokluda, Jesse M. 
Knowles, and estate of Lee Stroud. Approved .Tune 26, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 308.) 
Polak, Edward. H. R. 3301. act for relief of legal guardian of Edward Polak. Approved 

June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 323.) 
Postal Telegraph -Cable On. II. R. 3324. act for relief of Postal Telegraph-Cable Company. 

Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 341.) 
Schultz, Harry. H. R. 3977, act for relief of Harry Schultz. Approved June 30, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law 344.) 
Simpson, Mrs. Alia L. II. R. 2006. act for relief of Mrs. Hagar Simpson [Alta Lee Simp- 
son], and Mrs. Nat Price, jr. [Mary Mae Price]. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Pri- 
vate law 333.) 
Smith, H. H. H. R. 3098, act for relief of H. H. Smith. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. 

(Private law 322.) 
Stewart, Eddie T. H. R. 1411, act for relief of Eddie T. Stewart. Approved June 30, 1944. 
1 p. (Private law 329.) 

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Private law 308-347, 78th Congress— Continued. 

Taulbcr. Jamcn T. II. K. 1497, act for relief of estate of J. T .Taulbce, and Mrs. Bertie 

Lelia Parker [formerly Mrs. J. T. Taulbee]. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Private 

law ^^1.) 
Tim menu nil. Afrs. Lillian IV. II. R. 2769, act for relief of Mrs. Lillian W. Timmerman, 

mother of Ann Tiiumerman. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Private law 320.) 
Turpel, David B. H. R. 1046, act for relief of David B. Turpel. Approved June 28, 1944. 

1 p. (Private law Slf).) 
'WhaU'V, P. AtKllcy. II. R. 2511, act for relief of P. Audloy Whaley. Approved June 28, 

1944. 1 p. (Private law 318.) 

Public law 351-417, 7Sth Congress. 

Note. — Public laws in slip form in the first prints may be obtained from the Super- 
intendent of Documents. Washington 25, D. C, at a subscription price of $3.00 a session, 
foreign subscription, $4.25 ; single copies are usually 5c. ; no. 3C5, State Department, 
no. 367, Aoriculture Department, no. 369, Interior Department, and no. 410, Public 
Health Service, which see below, are 10c. ^ Item 1035 

Admiralty. S. 1173, act to provide for staying judicial proceedings against United 
States in time of war, on claims for damages caused by vessels of Navy, or for tow- 
age or salvage services to such vessels, when Secretary of Navy certifies that prose- 
cution of such proceedings would endanger security of naval operations or interfere 
therewith, and to authorize settlement and payment of sucli claims. [Approved 
July 3, 1944.] 4 p. (Public law 417.) 
Agriculture Department. H. R. 4443, act making appropriations for Department of 
Agriculture, fiscal year 1945. [Approved June 28. 1944.] 42 p. (Public law 367.) 
Air pilots. S. 1432, act to extend civilian pilot training act of 1939. Approved June 

30. 1944. 1 p. (Public law 391.) 
Appropriations. H. R. 4414, act making appropriations for legislative branch and for 
the judiciary, fiscal year 1945. [Approved June 26, 1944.] 28 p. (Public law 
354.) 

H. R. 5040, act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations 

for fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, to provide supplemental appropriations 
for fiscal years 1944 and 1945, and for other purposes. [Approved June 28, 1944.] 
29 p. (Public law 375.) 

Boy Scouts of Atnerica. H. R. 4659, to authorize Soil Conservation Service to lend 
certain equipment [to Steuben Area Council of Boy Scouts of America]. Approved 
June 26, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 355.) 

Chaplains. H. R. 3604, act authorizing appointment of chief of chaplains to tempo- 
rary rank of major general. Approved June 28. 1944. 1 p. (Public law 362.) 

Civil service pensions. H. R. 1475, act to amend further civil service retirement act, as 
amended [so as to authorize waiver of recovery of annuity payments made to re- 
employed annuitants in certain cases]. Approved June 26, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 351.) [H. R. 1475, as it became law, contains a section relative to deductions 
from salaries of Senate employees for retirement fund.] 

H. R. 4292. act to amend sec. 12 (b) of act of May 29, 1930, as amended [so as 

to eliminate payment of interest on refund claims covering service of 1 year or less]. 
Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Public l.iw 366.) 

H. R. 4320. act relating to computation of interest on contributions to civil 

service retirement fund returned to employees upon their separation from service. 
Approved June 26, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 353.) 

Coconut oil. H. R. 4837. act to extend for additional 2 years suspension in part of 
processing tax on coconut oil, and to correct typographical error in individual in- 
come tax act of 194^. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 390.) 

Commerce. S. 1826. act to amend sec. 6 of act of July 2. 1940 (54 Stat. 7i4), relat- 
ing to exportation of certain commodities, and to continue said act in effect [with 
Foreign Economic Administration charged with duty of export control]. Approved 
July 1. 1944. 1 p. (Public law 397.) 

Courts martial and courts of inquiry. H. R. 3241, act to implement Jurisdiction of serv- 
ice courts of friendly foreign forces within United States. [Approved June 30, 1944.] 
2 p. (Public law 384.) 

District of Columbia. H. R. 4861. act making appropriations for government of Dis- 
trict of Columbia and other activities chargeable in whole or in part against revenues 
of such District, fiscal year 1945. [Approved June 28, 1944.] 27 p. (Public law 
371.) 

Engravinq and Printinn Bureau. H. R. 3891, act to provide night differential for cer- 
tain emnlovees [in Bureau of Engraving and Printing]. Approved Julv 1, 1944. 
1 p. (Public law 394.) 

Filipino Rehabilitation Commission. S. J. Res. 94, joint resolution to amend sec. 13 
of Philippine independence act, as amended, establishing Filipino Rehablitation Com- 
mission, defining its powers and duties, and for other purposes. [Approved June 29, 
1944.] 2 p. (Public law 381.) 

Foreign Economic Administration. H. R. 4937. act making appropriations for defense 
aid (lend-lease), for participation by United States in work of United Nations Relief 
and Rehabilitation Administration, and for Foreign Economic Administration, fiscal 
year 1945. [Approved June 30. 1944.1 5 p. (Public law 382.) 

Franking privilege. H. R. 4033, net relating to use of penalty mail privilege. [Ap- 
proved June 28, 1044.] 2 p. (Public law 364.) 

Government contracts. S. 1718. act to provide for settlement of claims arising from 
terminated war contracts. [Approved July 1. 1944.] 25 p. (Public law 395.) 
[S. 1718 establishes the Office of Contract Settlement and creates a Contract Settle- 
ment Advisory Board.] 

Ooverninetit offices. IT. R. 4070. act making appropriations for Executive Oflfice and 
sundry independent executive bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices, fiscal year 

1945. [Approved June 27, 1944.] 30 p. (Public law 358.) 

— • — H. R. 4879, act making appropriations for war agencies, fiscal year 1945. [Ap- 
proved June 28, 1944.] 15 p. (Public law 372.) 

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Public law 351-417, 78th Congress — Continued. 

Harpers Ferry National Monument. H. li. 3024, act to provide for establishment of 
Harpers Ferry National Monument. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 
386.) 

Home guards. S. 1157, act to amend sec. 61 of national defense act of June 3, 1916, 
as amended, for purpose of providing such training of State and Territorial military 
forces as is deemed necessary to enable them to execute their internal security re- 
sponsibilities within their respective States and Territories. [Approved June 26, 
1U44.J 2 p. (Public law 356.) 

Housing. H. K. 702, act to permit prepayment of purchase price of certain housing 
sold to individuals by Kesettlement Administration of Farm Security Administration. 
Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 401.) • 

H. R. 472S, act to amend act to expedite provision of housing in connection with 

national defense, as amended. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 411.) 

Interest. H. R. 4102, act to e.xteud for one additional year reduced rate of interest on 
Land Bank Commissiouer loans. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 387.) 

Interior Department. H. R. 4679, act making appropriations for Department of In- 
terior, liscal year 1945. [Approved June 28, 1944. J 51 p. (Public law 369.) 

S. 1232, act to provide equitable compensation for useful suggestions or inven- 
tions by personnel of Department of Interior. Approved June 26, 1944. 1 p. 
(Public law 357.) 

Interstate agreements. H. J. Res. 138, joint resolution granting consent of Congress 
to agreement between New York and Rhode Island and Providence Plantations con- 
cerning settlement of boundary line between said States. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 
2 p. (Public law 399.) 

Isonipecaine. H. R. 4881, act to amend internal revenue code, narcotic drugs import 
and export act, as amended, and tariff act of 1930, as amended, to classify new 
synthetic drug [isonipecaine]. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 2 p. (Public law 414.) 

Labor Department. H. R. 4899, act making appropriations for Department of Labor, 
Federal Security Agency, and related independent agencies, fiscal year 1945. [Ap- 
proved June 28, 1944. J 29 p. (Public law 373.) 

Los Angeles County, Calif. H. R. 905, act to release all right, title, and interest of 
United States in certain land constituting portion of tract of land [comprising Ross 
Field , Arcadia, Calif.], conditionally granted to county of Los Angeles, Calif., under 
act of Mar. 24, 1933, as amended. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 402.) 

Maritie Band. H. R. 4825, act to authorize attendance of Marine Baud at national 
encampment of Grand Army of the Republic to be held at Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 
10-14, 1944. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 389.) 

Military Academy, West Point. S. 1669, act to clarify law relative to allowances for 
mileage of graduates of Military Academy and transportation of their dependents on 
assignment to their 1st duty station and to mileage allowance of persons entering 
Military Academy as cadets. [Approved June 27, 1944.] 2 p. (Public law 360.) 

Mississippi River. H. R. 4803, act to extend times for commencing and completing con- 
struction of bridge across Mississippi River at or near Mempliis, Tenu. [by Memphis 
and Arkansas Bridge Commission]. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 412.) 

Missouri River. H. R. 4041, act to amend act relating to construction and maintenance 
of bridge across Missouri River at or near Nebraska City, Nebr. [so as to provide for 
operation of bridge free of tolls by Nebraska City, Nebr.]. Approved July 1, 1944. 
1 p. (Public law 404.) 

Mortgage insurance. S. 1947, act to amend national housing act, as amended [relative 
to war housing insurance]. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 392.) 

Nationalism and nationality. H. R. 4103, act to provide for loss of United States na- 
tionality under certain circumstances. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 
405.) 

Naval supplies. S. 784, act to amend that part of act of June 24, 1910 (36 Stat. 619), 
relating to disposition of prohts from sales of ships' stores [so as to permit of expen- 
diture of profits for welfare of oflicers as well as of enlisted personnel]. Approved 
July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 396.) 

Opium. H. J. Res. 241, joint resolution requesting the President to urge upon Govern- 
ments of those countries where cultivation of poppy plant exists, necessity of immedi- 
ately limiting production of opium to amount required for strictly medicinal and 
scientific purposes. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 2 p. (Public law 400.) 

Panama Canal. H. R. 3646, act to amend sec. 42 of title 7 of Canal Zone code [so as 
to increase terms of office of district attorney and marshal in Canal Zone]. Approved 
July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 403.) 

Pay, Army. H. R. 4405, act to amend act approved Mar. 7, 1942 (56 Stat. 143) 
[missing persons act], as amended, so as to more specifically provide for pay, allot- 
ments, and administration pertaining to war casualties. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 
4 p. (Public law 408.) 

H. R. 4466, act to amend sec. 18 of pay readjustment act of 1942 to provide addi- 
tional pay lor personnel [of Army or Navy] who are required to participate in 
regular and frequent glider flights. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 409.) 

S. 1973, act to provide additional pay for enlisted men of Army assigned to 

infantry who are awarded expert infantryman badge or combat infantryman badge. 
Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 393.) 

Pay, Navy. S. 1894, act to provide for transportation to their homes of persons dis- 
charged from naval service because of under age at time of enlistment. Approved 
July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 398.) 

Philippine Islands. S. J. Res. 93, joint resolution declaring policy of Congress with re- 
spect to independence of Philippine Islands. [Approved June 29, 1944.] 2 p. (Public 
law 380.) 

Plantations. S. 1634, act to provide for management and operation of naval plantations 
outside continental United States. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 377.) 

Portland, Oreg. H. R. 4623, act to authorize use of space in old post-olhce building in 
Portland, Oreg., by Oregon for its use as museum for relics from battleship Oregon, 
with all other historical documents, objects, and relics of Oregon and Old Oregon 
Country held by State for public display. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 388.) 

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Public law 3r)l— 117, 78th Congress — Continued. 

Post Office Dcpaitment. H. R. 3870, act to amend sec. 214 of act of Feb. 28. 1925 [so as 
to facilitate adininlstration of co.^t-ascertainnicnt studie.s and simplify accounting in 
Post Office Department]. Approved .Tune "JS, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 36."?.) 

Post offices. II. II. 4517, act to remove restrictions on establishing post-office branches 
and stations. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 368.) 

Postal notes. II. R. 4087, act relating to issuance of postal notes. Approved June 28, 

1944. 1 p. (Public law 370.) 

Postal service. H. R. 4215. act to extend to custodial-service employees of Post Office 
Department certain beneflts applicable to postal employees. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 
2 p. (Public law 406.) 

Prices. S. 1704, act to amend emergency price control act of 1942, as amended, and 
stabilization act of Oct. 2, 1942, as amended. [Approved June 30, 1944.] 13 p. 
(Public law 383.) 

Prizes (international law). II. R. 4348, act to amend act to facilitate disposition of 
prizes captured by United States during present war. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. 
(Public law 407.) 

Public HealtJi Service. H. R. 4624, act to consolidate and revise laws relating to Public 
Health Service. [Approved July 1, 1944.] 42 p. (Public law 410.) 

Railroad Retirement Board. H. J. Res. 277, joint resolution extending period for acquisi- 
tion by Railroad Retirement Board of data needed in carrying out provisions of railroad 
retirement acts. Approved June 28. 1944. 1 p. (Public law 876.) 

Requisitions (militari/). S. 1748, act to amend act to authorize President of United 
States to requisition property required for defense of United States, approved Oct. 16, 
1941. as amended, to continue it in effect. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Public 
law 378.) 

S. 1749, act to amend sec. 8 of act to authorize the President to requisition articles 

and materials for u.se of United States, approved Oct. 10, 1940, as amended, to continue 
it in effect. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 379.) 

Sitla, Alaska. H. R. 340, act to authorize Legislature of Alaska to grant and convey 
lands to Sitka, Alaska, for street purposes. Approved June 28, 1944. 1 p. (Pub- 
lic law 361.) 

Soldiers. H. R. 4115, act to give honorably discharged veterans, their widows, and 
wives of disabled veterans, who themselves are not qualified, preference in employ- 
ment where Federal funds are disbursed. [Approved June 27, 1944.] 5 p. (Pub- 
lic law 359.) 

State Department. H. R. 4204, act making appropriations for Departments of State, 
Justice, and Commerce, fiscal year 1945. [Approved June 28, 1944.] 33 p. (Pub- 
lic law 365.) 

Taxation. H. R. 4733. act to amend sec. 514 of soldiers' and sailors' relief act [so as 
to relieve persons in service from liability of double personal property taxes.] 
Approved July 3. 1944. 1 p. (Public law 415.) 

H. R. 4935. act to provide for study of multiple taxation of air commerce 

[by Civil Aeronautics Board]. Approved July 3, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 416.) 

Vincennes, Ind. H. R. 3306, act to authorize conveyance of Harrison Park in Vin- 

cennes to Vincennes University. Approved June 30, 1944. 1 p. (Public law 385.) 
Virgin Islands. H. R. 4810, act to extend provisions of selective training and service 

act of 1940, as amended, to Virgin Islands. Approved July 1, 1944. 1 p. (Public 

law 413.) 
War Demrtment. H. R. 4183, act making appropriations, fiscal vear 1945, for civil 

functions administered by War Department. [Approved June 26, 1944.] 8 p. (Public 

law 352.) 

H. R. 4967. act making appropriations for military establishment, fiscal vear 

1945. [Approved June 28, 1944.] 27 p. (Public law 374.) 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Cal^tulars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 78th Congress, 
2d session, Aug. 1, 1944 ; no. 113. 1944. 1S4 p. large 8° [Daily when House of 
Representatives is in session.] t Y 1.2 : 1/78-2-113 

Disabled American Veterans. SSd national report, Disabled American Veter- 
ans, 1943. 1944. ix-f396 p. 2 p. of por. (H. doc. 476, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 
* Paper, 55c. 

Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States. Proceedings of 44th national en- 
campment of Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States, New York City, N. Y., 
Sept. 28-30, 194S. 1944. x-f 218 p. 2 p. of por. (H. doc. 522, 78th Cong.. 2d 
sess. ) * Paper, 30c. 

AGBICXTLTURB COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Calendars. Legislative calendar, 78th Congress, July 10, 1944; no. 6. 1944. 
54 p. 4" t Y 4.Ag 8/1 : 78/6 

BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Mortgage insurance. To amend national housing act, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, on H. R. 4S49, to amend national housing act, as amended [relative to 
war housing insurance], June 22, 1944. 1944. ii-fl4 p. * Paper, 5c. • Item 
340 T i' i' . 

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Public property. To amend Reconstruction Finance Corporation act by adding 
new title thereto, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4420 (super- 
seding H. R. 3873), to amend Reconstruction Finance Corporation act by 
adding new title thereto rehitiiig to sale or other disposition of surplus property 

. of United States, Jan. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, Feb. 14, 16, and Mar. 22, 1944. 1944. 
V. 1, iv+1-321 p. [The hearing of Mar. 20, 1944, is included. H. R. 4420 estab- 
lishes a Surplus Property Board.] * Paper, 35 c. • Item 340 
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EXECUTIVE AGENCIES, SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE, HOUSE 

Oovenwient offices. To investigate executive agencies, hearings, 78th Congress, 
1st and 2d sessions, pursuant to H. Res. 102, June 30, 1943-Mar. 16, 1944. 1944. 
pt. 2. iv+1329-2397+iii p. * Paper, $1.50. • Item 380 
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INSULAR AITAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Puerto Rico. Investigation of political, economic, and social conditions in Puerto 
Rico, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress. 2d session, pursuant to 
H. Res. 159, Mar. 14[-May 11], 1944. 1944. pts. 16-18, [vi] +1371-1680 p. 
[These hearings were held in Washington, D. C] * Paper, pt. 16, 20c. ; * pt. 17, 
15c. ; * pt. 18, 10c. • Item 355 
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Virgin Islands. To assist in relieving economic distress in Puerto Rico and 
Virgin Islands, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 3777, to assist in 
relieving economic distress in Virgin Islands by providing work for unem- 
ployed persons. May 16 and 17, 1!)44. 1944. pt. 4, ii +335^417 p. [Part 4 
relates to Virgin Islands only. For earlier parts see pi'evious Monthly catalogs 
under subhead Puerto Rico.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 355 
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MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Ships. Post-war disposition of merchant vessels, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, on H. R. 4486, to provide for sale of certain Government-owned merchant 
vessels, June 13-15, 1944. 1944. pt. 2, iii+37-182 p. * Paper, 2'Oc. 

• Item 362 

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Ship construction reserve funds, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on 

H. R. 2809, to amend sec. 511 of merchant marine act, 1936, as amended, Feb. 
3-May 19, 1944. 1944. iii+91 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 362 

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Ship repair yards, hearings before subcommittee on production in ship- 
building plants, 78th Congress, 2d session, pursuant to authority of H. Res. 52, 
authorizing investigation of national defense program as it relates to Com- 
mittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, May 25 and 20, 1944. 1944. pt. 2, 
iii+101-241 p. [These hearings were held in New York City.] * Paper, 20c. 

• Item 362 

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— — Shipyard profits, hearings before subcommittee on shipyard profits, 78(h 
Congress, 2d session, pursuant to authority of H. Res. 52, Mar. 22 and 23, 1944. 
1944. iii-l-104 p. il. ♦ Paper, 15c. • Item 362 
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NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, HOUSE 

Admiralty. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on S. 1173, to provide for 
staying judicial proceedings against United States in time of war, on claims for 
damages caused by vessels of Navy, or for towage or salvage services to such 
vessels, when Secretary of Navy certifies that prosecution of such proceedings 
would endanger security of naval operations or interfere therewith, and to 
authorize settlen»ent and payment of such claims. [1944.] p. 2157-77. (No. 
238.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 Y 4.N' 22/la : ^3-44/238 

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Dental DcparUnent, Kavii. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4216, to 
provide more efficient dental care for personnel of Navy [by establishing Dental 
Department in Navy]. [1944.] p. 2193-2298. (No. 240.) * Paper, 1.5c. 

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Naval supplies. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 2025, to amend that 
part of act of June 24, 1910 (3(5 Stat. G19), relating to disposition of profits 
from sales of ships' stores [so as to permit of expenditure of profits for welfare 
of officers as well as of enlisted personnel]. [19.44.] p. 2179-91. (No. 239.) 

* Paper, 5o. • Item 365 Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/239 

Officers, Xarv. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on S. 2019, to establish grade 
of fleet admiral of Navy. [1944.] p. 2357-62. (No. 243.) * Paper, 5c. 

• Item 365 Y 4.N 22/la : &43-44/243 

Pay, Nai-p. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4405, to amend act 
approved Mar. 7. 1942 (Public law 490, 77th Cong.), as amended, so as to more 
specifically provide for pay, allotments, and administration pertaining to war 
casualties. [1944.] p. 2299-2343. (No. 241.) * Paper, 10c. •Item 365 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943^4/241 

Ships. Hearing [7Sth Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 4991, to remove restrictions 
on transfers of small craft to other American republics in furtherance of war 
effort. [1944.] p. 2345-55. (No. 242.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 365 

Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/242 

Womev's Reserve, Navp. Hearing [78th Congress, 2d session], on H. R. 5067, to 
amend Naval Reserve act of 19.38, as amended, so as to permit foreign service 
of members of "Women's Reserve under certain conditions. [1944.] p. 2363-87. 
(No. 244. ) * Paper, 10c. • Item 365 Y 4.N 22/la : 943-44/244 

To amend Naval Reserve act of 1938, as amended, so as to permit foreign 

service of members of Women's Reserve under certain conditions, H. R. 5067, 
[introduced by] Mrs. Smith ; [letter from Secretary of Navy to Speaker of 
House of Representatives concerning bill]. [1944.] p. 2389-90. (No. 245.) 

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PATENTS COMMITTEE, HOtTSE 

Interior Department. Rewards for inventions, Interior Department employees, 
hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 2987 and S. 1232, [bills] to provide 
equitable compensation for useful suggestions or inventions by personnel of 
Department of Interior, Apr. 27 and May 10, 1944. 1944. iii+47 p. * Paper, 
10c. • Item 366 
L. C. card 44-41166 Y 4.P 27/1 : In 8/5 

POST-WAR ECONOMIC POLICY AND PLANNING, SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON, HOUSE 

Economic policy. Post-war economic policy and planning hearings, 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, pursuant to H. Res. 408, Mar. 15-Mav 3[2], 1944. 1944. 
2d session, pursuant to H. Res. 408, Mar. 1,5-May 3 [2], 1944. 1944. [pt. 1], 
ili+ 1-288 p. [Relates to contract termination and related matters.] * Paper, 
35c. 

INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION JOINT COMMITTEE 

Refunds and credits of internal revenue taxes, fiscal year 1942, report pursuant 
to sec. nOlO (c), internal revenue code. 1944. ix-j-16 p. (H. doc. 660, 78th 
Cong. 2d sess. ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 29-26737 

SENATE 

Calendar of business, 78th Congress, 2d session, Aug. 1, 1944; no. 90. 1944. 
12 p. large 8° [Daily when Senate is in session.] t Y 1.3 : 78-2/90 

Soldiers. Manual explanatory of privileges, rights, and benefits provided for 
all persons who are, or have been, members of armed forces of United States 
and of those dependent upon them; [submitted by Mr. Bone]. 1944. v+221 p. 
(S. doc. 152, 7Sth Cong. 2d sess.) [This is a revision of Senate document 96, 
77th Congress.] * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 44-41217 

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AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Drainage districts. Construction of drainage works in United States, hearings 
before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 1289, to provide for im- 
proved agricultural land utilization by assisting in rehabilitation and construc- 
tion of drainage works in humid areas of United States, June 5 and 6, 1944. 
1944, iii+65 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 382 
L. C. card 44-41180 Y 4.Ag 8/2 : D 78/2 

Rural Electrification Administration. Administration of rural electrification act, 
hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. Res. 197, autlior- 
izing employment of assistants and expenditure of funds in proposed investiga- 
tion of administration of rural electritication act, Feb. 28-Mar. 29, 1944. 1944. 
pt. 3, iv-f 611-872 p. * Paper, 30c. • Item 382 
L. C. card 44-3040 Y 4. Ag 8/2 : R 8S/4/pt. 3 

School lunch and milk programs, hearings before subcommittee, 7Sth Congress, 
2d session, on S. 1820 and S. 1824, bills to assist States to establish and maintain 
school-lunch programs, May 2-5, 1944. 1944. iii-|-250 p. * Paper, 30c. 
• Item 382 
L. C. card 44-41182 Y 4. Ag 8/2/Sch 6 

AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESS, SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO STUDY PROBLEMS OF, SENATE 

Business. Problems of American small business, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, pursuant to S. Res. 66 (extending S. Res. 298, 76th Congress), to ap- 
point special committee to study and survey problems of American small busi- 
ness enterprises. 1944. pts. 36 and 37. • 
L. C. card 42-12978 Y 4.Am 3/5 : B 96/4 

pt. 36. Businessmen's views on reconversion needs, 1. Indianapolis, Ind., May 24 and 

25, 1944. iii-f 4391-4405 p. * Paper, 15c. 
pt. 37. Same, 2, Fort Wayne, Ind., May 26, 1944. iii + 4467-4531 p. * Paper, 15c. 

APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Appropriations. Second deficiency appropriation bill, 1944, hearings before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 504O, making appropriations to 
supply deficiencies in appropriations for fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, 
to provide supplemental appropriations for fiscal years 1944 and 1945, and for 
other purposes. 1944. 11+75 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 383 
L. C. card 44-41072 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : D 36/944-2 

COMMERCE COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Intracoastal Watertvay from Mississippi River at New Orleans, La., to Corpus 
Christi, Tex. (alternate connection with Mississippi River in vicinity of Al- 
giers at New Orleans), letter from Secretary of War transmitting to chairman 
of Committee on Commerce, Senate, review [by chief of engineers, Army] of 
report on Intracoastal Waterway from Mississippi River at or near New Or- 
leans, La., to Corpus Christi, Tex. ; presented by Mr. Overton. 1944. iii+14 
p. 2 maps. (S. doc. 188, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

Rivers. Flood control, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, 
on H. R. 4485, autlioriziHg construction of certain public works on rivers and 
harbors for flood control. May 29-June 15, 1944. 1944. iv+817 p. * Paper, 
.$1.25. • Item 387 
L. C. card 44-41179 Y 4.C 73/2 : F 65/15 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBL\. COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Sational Capital Housing Authority. Investigation of program of National Cap- 
ital Housing Authority, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d ses- 
sion, on S. Res. 184, authorizing investigation of program of National Capital 
Housing Authority, and S. 109!), to amend District of Columbia alley dwelling 
act, as amended, i\Iar. 7 [-.Tune 3], 1944. 1944. pts. 3 and 4, [vii] +379-1251 
p. il. map. * Paper, pt. 3, 70c. ; * pt. 4, 35c. • Item 388 
L. C. card 44-4413 Y 4.D 63/2 : N 21/pt.3,4 

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EDUCATION ANU LABOR COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Public Health Service. Laws relating to Public Health Service, hearings before 
subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 4624, to consolidate and 
revise laws relating to Public Health Service, June 19 and 20, 1944. 1944. 
iii + 50 p. * Paper, 10c. • Item 389 
L. C. card 44-41170 Y 4.Ed 8/3 : P 96/6 

Tuherculosis. Investigation and control of tuberculosis, hearing before subcom- 
mittee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 18.51, to establish, for investigation and 
control of tuberculosis, a division in Public Health Service. June 14, 1944. 
1944. iii-f37 p. * Paper, 10c. • Item 389 
L. C. card 44-4169 Y 4.Ed 8/3 : T 79 

Wartime health and education, hearings before subcommittee, 78th Congress, 2d 
session, on S. Res. 74, authorizing investigation of educational and physical fit- 
ness of civilian population as related to national defense, Jan. 25-Feb. 9, 1944: 
Fixed incomes in war economy, 1. 1944. pt. 3, xii+1049-15424-v p. il. 3 pi. 
* Paper, 6yc. • Item 389 
L. C. card 44-4801 Y 4.Ed 8/3 : W 26/pt. 3 

GASOLINE AND FUEL-OIL SHORTAGES, SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATB:, SENATE 

Fuel ail. Gasoline and fuel-oil shortages, additional report pursuant to S. Res. 
156 (77th Congress, extended by S. Res. 28, 78th Congress), creating special 
committee to investigate gasoline and fuel-oil shortages, methods of curtail- 
ment, and means of insuring adequate supply: Interim report on oil and coal; 
[submitted by Mr. Maloney]. 1944. iii+32 p. (S. rp. 59, pt. 3, 78th Cong. 
2d sess.) [This publication reads 78th Congress, 2d session, although Senate, 
report 59 is a report of the 1st session of the 78th Congress.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. O. card 42-7296 

INTEESTATB COMMEECE COMMITTEE, SENATE . 

Railroads. Abandonment of railroad lines, hearings before subcommittee, 78th 
Congress, 2d session, on S. 1489, to establish additional standards and to de- 
clare policy of Congress with respect to abandonment of railroad lines, May 
2-4, 11)44. 1944. 111+198 p. 11. * Paper, 25c. • Item 396 
L. O. card 44-41172 Y 4,In 8/3 : R 13/65 

JUDICIAEY COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Income tun: Multiple taxation on Federal employees, hearings before sub- 
committee, 78th Congress, 2d session, on H. R. 3592, to amend judicial code in 
respect to original jurisdiction of District Courts in certain cases, May 24 and 
June 1, 1944. 1944. ill -f 93 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 398 
L. C. card 44r41171 Y 4.J89/2 : Em 7/8 

MILITAKY AFFAIKS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Government contracts. Mobilization and demobilization problems, hearings, 78th 
Congress, 2d session, on S. 1730, to create Office of Demobilization, establish 
general policies for operation of that Office, provide for settlement of claims 
arising from terminated war contracts, provide for disposal of surplus Gov- 
ernment property, and for other purposes, and S. 1893, to provide for estab- 
lishment of Office of War Mobilization and Adjustment, and for other purposes, 
June 9-16, 1944. 1944. pt. 8, iii+301-421 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 401 
L. C. card 44^5506 Y 4.M59/2 : M 71/pt. 8 

Manpower for war production, hearings, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 1864, 
to amend sec. 5 (k) of selective training and service act, 1940, as amended, 
S. 1870, to amend selective training and service act of 1940, as amended, with 
respect to order of induction by age groups of certain men who have children, 
and for other purposes. May 22-29, 1944. 1944. pt. 3, iii+69--156 p. * Paper, 
15c. • Item 401 
L. C. card 44-30505 Y 4.M 59/2 : M 31/6/pt. 3 

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Public property. Summary of recommendations submitted on surplus property 
legislation, report of war contracts subconnnittee, pursuant to S. Res. 198, to 
investigate war contracts, termination of war contracts, and related prob- 
lems. 1944. iii+102 p. (Senate subcommittee print no. 5, 78tb Congress, 
2d session.) * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 44^1238 Y 4.M 59/2 : P 94/16 

NATIONAL DE:FENSE PKOGKAM, SPECIAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING, SENATE 

National defense. Investigation of national defense program, hearings, 78th 
Congress, 1st and 2d sessions, pursuant to S. Res. 6, 78th Congress (extending 
S. Res. 71. 77th Congress), Sept. 22, 1943-Jan. 10, 1944. 1944. pt. 21, ix+8.jl.5- 
9285+xxiii p. il. [Part 21 relates to rayon versus cotton cord for tires, man- 
power, reconver.sion program. Army hotel acquisition program.] * Paper, 
$1.00 • 
L. C. card 41-14209 Y 4.N 21/6 : D 36/pt. 21 

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, SENATE 

Naval petroleum reserves, hearing, 78th Congress, 2d session, on S. 1773 (H. R. 
4771), to amend part of act making appropriations for naval service, fiscal year 
1921, as amended, relating to conservation, care, custody, protection, and 
operation of naval petroleum and oil-shale reserves. May 25, 1944. 1944. 
iii-|-73 p. [Relates to naval petroleum reserves only.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 403 
L. C. card 44-41073 Y 4. N 22/2 : P 44/2 

POST-WAB ECONOMIC POLICY AND PLANNING, SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON, SENATE 

Economic policy. Post-war economic i)0licy and planning, hearings, 78th Con- 
gress, 2d session, pursuant to S. Res. 102. 1944. pts. 3 and 4. • Item 381 
L. C. card 43-17526 Y 4. P 84/7 : P 84 

pt. 3. Problem of unemployment and reemployment after war, unemployment compensa- 
tion. May 10-June 2, 1944. vi-f 647-1014 p. il. 1 tab. * Paper, 45c. 

pt. 4. Housiug and urban redevelopment, June 1, 1944. iii -|- 1015-70 p. il. [The hearing.s 
in pt. 4 were lield before subcommittee on housiug and urban retlevelopment.] 
* Paper, 15c. 

PRESIDENTIAL, VICE PRESIDENTIAL, AND SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES, 1044, 
SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE, SEINATE 

Political corruption. Federal corrupt practices acts and political activities, Fed- 
eral corrupt practices act and Hatch political activities act, as amended, with 
summary of their provisions in reference to contributions in connection with 
elections and also statement by Civil Service Commission of rights of Govern- 
ment employees in connection with political activities. 1944. ii+21 p. (S. doc. 
222, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 
I.. C. card 44-41201 

COURT OF CLAIMS 

Note. — The "opinions" listed below (with classification number Ju 3.9/a :) and marked 
with a + (for official use) are issued in a very limited edition ; however, a few copies are 
available at the Court of Claims at prices which are determined by the size and are as 
follows : 1-5 pages, 25c. ; 6-10 pages, .'iSc. ; 11-20 pages, 45c. ; 21 pages and over, 50c. 

Cook. Glenwood L. Cook v. United States; special findings of fact [conclusion 
of law, and opinion], decided June 5, 1944. [1944.] no. 45515, 8 p. t 

Ju 3.9/a : C 771/2 

Firema7i's Fund Indemnity Company v. United States; report of commissioner. 
[1944.] no. 44890, p. 9-38. t Jn 3.8 : F 514 

Hardie-Tynes Manufacturing Company v. United States; report of commissioner. 
[1944.] no. 44385, p. 7-11. t Ju 3.8 :H 218/2 

HiU. Milton A. Hill v. United States; report of commissioner. [1944.] no. 
45995, p. 7-12. J Ju 3.8 : H 554/2 

Hirsch. Sandor S. Hirsch and Pernice Contracting Corp. v. United States ; report 
of commissioner. [1944.] no. 45853, p. 27-36. I Ju 3.8 :H 615/2 

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Los Angeles, Calif. Department of Water and Power of Los Angeles, and Los 
Angeles, a municipal corporation, v. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[1944.] no. 43727, p. 185-195. t Ju 3.9/a : L 896/3 

Warm Springs tribe of Indians of Oregon v. United States ; report of commissioner. 
[1944.] no. M-112, p. 421-425. + Ju3.8:W236 

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

Oil. Customs appeal no. 4482, United States v. Gulf Oil Corporation, transcript 
of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1944.] cover title, i+12 p. t 

Ju 7.6 : G 951 

Pipes (for smoking). Customs appeals no. 4481, United States v. Alfred Dunhill 
of London, Inc., transcript of record on appeal from Customs Court. [1944.] 
cover title, i+34 p. t Ju 7.6 :D 92/2 

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Safety bullet in, v. 8, no. 11 ; May 1944. [1944.] cover title, 28 p. il 4° [Monthly. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] f • Item 435 

L. C. card 36-26723 EC 1.9 : 8/11 

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. 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Rules and regulations, amdt. 212 (app. 5, pt. 1), incorporated Feb. 16, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 57-62. [Issued with perforations. To be inserted after p. 55, pt. 1, 
Eules of practice and procedure.] t • Item 446 CC 1.7/ : 212 

Telegraph. Operating data from monthly reports of telegraph and cable carriers, 
Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 11. oblong large 8° [Processed. Subject to revi- 
sion.] t CC 1.13: 944/4 

Telephone. Operating data from monthly reports of large telephone carriers, 
Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. il. oblong large 8° [Processed. Subject to revi- 
sion.] t CC 1.14: 944/4 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

Electric utilities. Revenues and income of privately owned class A and class B 
electric utilities in United States, May 1944 ; no. 44-5C. July 13, 1944. [4] p. 
11.4" [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, 5c. FP 1.11/5 : 44-5C 

Electricity/. Consumption of fuel for production of electric energy. May and 
Apr. 1944; no. 44-5B. June 23, 1944. 2 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] 
t Paper, 5c. FP 1.13/3 : 44-5B 

Production of electric energy in United States, May and Apr. 1944; no. 

44-5A. June 23, 1944. 4 p. 11. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, 5c. 

FP 1.11/2 : 44-5A 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Consumer credit; as amended effective Apr. 3, 1944. n. p. [1944]. [2]-i-27+[2] 
p. il. (Regulation W.) [This reprint of the regulation incorporates all 
amendments to and including amdt. 11, effective Apr. 3, 1944.] t 

FR 1-6 : 944AV 

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August 1944 923 

Federal reserve bulletin, June 1944; [v. 30, no. 6]. n. p. [1944]. [2J+525-G32 p. 
il. 4° [Monthly.] f Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, 
$2.60. 
L. C. card 15-26318 FR 1.3/1 : 30/6 

Note. — The Bulletin contains reviews of current economic developments, special articles 
On monetary ana banking topics, analyses of credit ccnditions, regulations and rulings 
of the Boaid of Governors, and statistics of banking, business activity, prices. Treasury 
operations, and international flnauce. 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 the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D. C, 
at the prices stated above. 

Inter-district collection system. Federal reserve par list (banks upon which 
checks will be received by Federal reserve banks for collection and credit) ; 
July 1944 supplement. [1944.] [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

FR 1.9 : 944/supp.^6 

Member bank call report 96, condition of member banks, Apr. 13, 1944. u. p. 
[1944.] [2] +15+ [1] p. 11. 4° t FR 1.11: 96 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

COMMUNITY WAR SERVICES OFFICE 

Community information program, for use of war recreation committees. [1944.] 
[8] p. il. narrow 8° (Recreation Division.) t FS 9.2: In 3 

Recreation bulletin, information for community defense recreation committees, 
published by Division of Recreation, issue 85; June 15, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t FS9.7:85 

EDUCATION OFFICE 

American republics. Selected list of reference books on the other Americas ; 
compiled by Division of Inter-American Educational Relations. [May 1944.] 
5 p. 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card E 44-46 " FS 5.2 : Am 3/3 

Education for victory, official biweekly of Office of Education, v. 3, no. 1 and 2 ; 
- July 3 and 20, 1944. [1944.] Each 24 p. il. 4" * Paper, 5c. single copy, $1.00 a 

yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.50. • Item 499 

L. C. card E 42-155 FS 5.26 : 3/1,2 

Elementary education and the war [list]. Revised Mar. 1944. [1944.] 15 p. 4° 
[Processed.] f FS 5.2 : El 2/944 

Far East. Annotated list of available units, courses of study, and other curricular 
material dealing with the Far East; by C. O. Arndt. Revised June 1944. 
[1944.] 14 p. 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card E 44-45 FS 5.2 : F 22/2/944-2 

Publications. Recent general publications of Office of Education [1930-43], sup- 
plement. June 1,1944. [4] p. [Processed.] t FS 5.9 : 930-43/supp.-2 

Schools. Some effects of the war upon public schools, 1942-43 and 1943-44 ; by 
Emery M. Foster. 1944. 13 p. 4° (Circular 227.) [Processed.] t 
L. 0. card E 4^-196 FS 5.4 : 227 

Visual instruction. Material on use of visual aids to instruction. June 1944. 
2 p. 4° [Processed.] f FS5.2:V82 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

Bedbug, its habits and life history and methods of control ; by Willard H. Wright. 
[1944.] [2] +9 p. 2 p. of pi. (Supplement 175 to Public health reports.) 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 528 
L. C. card 44-41190 FS 2.8 : 175 

Cadet Nurse Corps. So proudly we hail! Cadet Nurse Corps. [1944.] [8] p. 
11.32° ([NE leaflet 3.]) f FS2.46:3 

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Cadet Nurse Corps — Continued. 

U. S. marine hospitals of Public Health Service need senior cadets, Cadet 

Nurse Corps. [1944.] [6] p. il. narrow 8° ( [NE leaflet 2.] ) t • Item 522 

FS2.46:2 

Chemotherapy of burns and shock: 6, Standardized hemorrhage in mouse, 7, 
Therapy of experimental hemorrhage [with list of references] ; by Herbert 
Tabor. Herman Rabat, and Sanfoid M. Rosenthal. [1944.] [2] +21 p. il. 
(Reprint 2557.) [From Public health reports, May 19, 1944, v. 59, no. 20.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 4a-51956 FS 2.7/a : 2557 

Dermatitis. Patch test in contact dermatitis [with list of references] ; by Louis 
Schwartz [and Samuel M. Peck]. [1944.] 12 p. (Reprint 2552.) [From 
Public health reports, Apr. 28, 1944, v. 59, no. 17.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41279 FS 2.7/a : 2552 

Diseases. Reportable diseases, diseases and conditions required to be reported 
in the several States; by William Fowler. [1944.] 24 p. (Reprint 2544.) 
[From Public health reports, Mar. 10, 1944, v. 59, no. 10.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. ( '. card 44-41278 FS 2.7/a : 2544 

Hospitals in public health panorama; by Warren F. Draper. [1944.] [2] +10 p. 
(Reprint 2551.) [From Public health reports, Apr. 21, 1944, v. 59, no. 16.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 42-41277 FS 2.7/a : 2551 

Hygiene. Industrial hygiene news letter, current news of official industrial 
hygiene activities, v. 4, no. 5, May 1944 ; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene 
Division. [1944.] 14 p. 4° [Processed.] t ' FS 2.45: 4/5 

Same, v. 4, no. 6, June 1944 ; issued monthly by Industrial Hygiene Division. 

[1944.] 8+8 p. 4° [Processed.] $ FS 2.45: 4/6 

Leprosy. Promin treatment of leprosy, progress report [with list of references] ; 
by G. H. Faget, R. C. Pogge, F. A. Johansen, J. F. Dinan, B. M. Prejean, and 
C. a. Eccles. [1944.] [2] +13 p. 2 p. of pi. (Reprint 2531.) [From Public 
health reports, Nov. 26, 1943, v. 58, no. 48.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. O. card 44-41276 FS 2.7/a : 2531 

Mosquitoes. Airplane dusting with paris gi'een for control of Anopheles quad- 
rimaculatus Say in water-chestnut covered areas of Potomac River during 1943 ; 
by William C. Murray and Herbert Knutson. [1944.] 12 p. il. 2 p. of pi. 
(Reprint 2553.) [From Public health reports, May 5, 1944, v. 59, no. 18.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 44-41275 FS 2.7/a : 2553 

Nursing practices in industry [with list of reference materials] ; by Olive M. 
Whitlock, Victoria M. Trasko, F. Ruth Kahl. 1944. iv+70 p. (Public health 
bulletin 283.) [From Industrial Hygiene Division, State Services Bureau.] 

* Paper, 5c. • Item 526 

L. C. card 44-41191 FS 2.3 : 283 

Penicillin. Therapeutic efficacy of penicillin in relapsing fever infections in mice 
and rats [with list of references] ; by Harry Eagle and Harold J. Maguuson. 
[1944.] [2] +6 p. (Reprint 2554.) [From Public health reports, May 5, 1944, 
V. 59, no. 18.] * Paper, 5c.- 
L. C. card 44-41274 FS 2.7/a : 2554 

Pneumococci. Nomenclature of pn>3umococcic types [with list of references] ; 
Study of cross reactions among pneumococcic types and their application to 
identification of types [with list of references] ; Cross reactions between sev- 
eral pneumococcic types and their significance in prepai'ation of polyvalent anti- 
serum [with list of references] ; by Bernice E. Eddy. [1944.] 36 p. (Reprint 
2550.) [From Public health reports, Apr. 7 and 14, 1944, v. 59, no. 14 and 15.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 44-41273 FS 2.7/a : 2550 

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Polio7)}yelitis. Care during recovery period in paralytic poliomyelitis, by Henry 

0. Kendall and Florence P. Kendall ; with introduction by George E. Ben- 
nett and Robert W. Johnson, jr. Revised 1939 [reprint 1944.] vii-f96 p. 
il. S p. of pi. (Rublic health bulletin 242.) * Paper, 20c. • Item 526 

T 27.12 : 242/2-2 
Nt)TE. — This reprint is classed with the original publication so that they may be filed 
together. 

Posters. Know for sure, get a blood test for syphilis; [poster] VD 13. 1944. 
18.3 X 14.2 in. * 5c. FS 2.27 : 13/2 

Make our men as fit as our machines, regular physical check-ups with blood 

tests ; [poster] VD 14. 1944. 18.3 X 14.2 in. * 5c. FS 2.27 : 14/2 

No home remedy or quack ever cured syphilis or gonorrhea, see your doctor 

or health officer; [poster] VD 7-R. 1944. 18.3X14.2 in. [Illustrator, Kar- 
sakov.] * 5c. FS 2.27 : 7-R 

Prostitution spreads syphilis and gonorrhea; [poster] VD 16. 1944. 

1 8.3 X 14.2 in. * 5c. FS 2.27 : 16/2 

[Workers' health; poster WH18-WH29.] 1944. Each 14X10 in. or 

10X14 in. [Illustrator, Nydorf.] * 5c. each ($1.00 per 100). FS 2.25 : 18-29 

WH18. Cover up coughs and sneezes, a bad cold may be flu ! see your doctor. 
WH19. Don't gamble with appendicitis, don't use a laxative, call a doctor. 
WH20. Welding, guard against explosives, electric shock, burns, gases, powerful arc 

lights. 
WH21. Let's see ! better, longer, easier. 
WH22. Be kind to your stomach, choose food and drink wisely, if stomach upset is 

violent, see your doctor. 
WH23. See your dentist, to prevent pain and control infection. 
WH24. Wear clean clothes, beat the skin game, a shower after work. 
WH2o. Know your score, get a physical check-up at lease once a year. 
WH26. Beware of carbon monoxide. 

WH27. What you don't know can hurt you, get a blood test for syphilis. 
WH28. Night shift, guard against fatigue by getting plenty of rest and good food. 
WH29. Correct pick-up, avoid hernia. 

Public health englneermg abstracts. July 1944 ; v. 24, no. 7. [1944.] cover title, 
32 p. 4° [Monthly. Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] t • Item 522 

FS 2.13 : 24/7 

Public health reports, v. 59, no. 27-30; July 7-28, 1944. [1944.] [viii]-f857- 
1008-f [7] p. [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. • Item 527 
L. C. card 0-25167 FS 2.7 : 59/27-30 

Note. — The Public health reports is published primarily for distribution, in accordance 
with the law, to health officers, members of boards or departments of health, and other 
persons directly or indirectly engaged in public health work. Others desiring the Reports 
may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, 
Washington 25, D. C, at the prices stated above. Articles of special interest are issued 
as reprints or as supplements, in which forms they are made available for more econmi- 
cal and general distribution. 

Sheep. Pathologic changes in sheep resulting from exposure to low barometric 
pressures; by John W. Miller. [1944.] 4 p. 2 p. of pi. (Reprint 2556.) 
[From Public health reports, May 12, 1944, v. 59, no. 19] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41272 FS 2.7/a : 2556 

Shellfish. [Revised list of shellfish shippers dated Sept. 1, 1943], supp. 19; July 

1, 1944. [1944.] p. 4" [Semimonthly; monthly duriiig June, July, and 
August. Processed.] t FS 2.16 : 943/supp.l9 

Triehhiosls. Studies on trichinosis: 16, Epidemiological considerations based 
on examination for trichinae of 5,313 diaphragms from 189 hospitals in 37 States 
and District of Columbia [with list of references] ; by Willard H. Wright, 
Leon Jacobs, and Arthur C. Walton. [1944.] [2] +13 p. (Reprint 2558.) 
[From Public healh reports, May 26, 1944, v. 50, no. 21.] * Paper. 5c. 
L. C. card 37-26797 FS 2.7/a : 2558 

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Vcnn-cal disease information, v. 25, no. 7, July 1044; issued by Public Health 
Service for use iu its cooperattive work with State and local health (h'part- 
uients and physician in private practice. [1944] [2] -f 107-227 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. • Item 530 
L. C. card 23-26719 FS 2.9 : 25/7 

Venereal diseases. Directory of clinics for diagnosis and treatment of venereal 
diseases. Revised 1944. [1044.] iv+^O p. 4° (Supplement 4 to Venereal 
disease information.) [Title on cover is: 1944 directory, venereal disease 
clinics.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 531 FS 2.10: 4/5 

Venereal disease and selective service; [by] Richard H. Eanes. 1944. 

[l]+6 p. ( [Venereal Diseases Division] ; Reprint 214.) [From Venereal dis- 
ease information, Jan. 1944, v. 25.] * Paper, 5c. FS2.9/a:214 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 

Journal of National Cancer Institute. Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 4, 
Aug. 1943-June 1944 [title page, contents, errata and emendation, and index]. 
[1944.] vi +601-603 p. * Paper, 5c. • Item 523 
L. C. card 40-29172 FS 2.31 : 4/t.p.& ind. 

Same, v. 4, no. 6; June 1944. [1944.] cover title, p. 539-600, il. [Bi- 
monthly. Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 40c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.60. • Item 523 FS 2.31 : 4/6 

SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD 

Economic perspectives, 1943-48; by W. S. Woytinsky. Washington, D. C, Oct. 
1943. cover title, [l]-f-2+[6]+176 p. il. 4° (Bureau memorandum 52; Re- 
search and Statistics Bureau.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] $ 

FS 3.11 : 52 

Federal aid. Elements of variable-grant formula ; by Paul H. Wueller. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Nov. 1943. [2]-f-22 p. 4° (Bureau memorandum 54.) [Proc- 
Gsspd 1 i 
L. C. card SS 44-12 FS 3.11 : 54 

Medical care. Prepayment medical care organizations ; [by] Margaret C. Klem. 
Washington, D. C, Nov. 1943. [2]-f252 p. (Bureau memorandum 55; Re- 
search and Statistics Bureau.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 
L. C. card SS 44-9 FS3.il: 55 

Old age insurance. Cost of living for aged persons, items, quantities, and prices 
of goods and services required by an aged couple and by an aged man living 
alone at maintenance level in a northern urban area, 1938 and 1942 [with list 
of references] ; by Florence A. Armstrong. Washington, D. C, Oct. 1943. 
v+44 p. 4" (Bureau memorandum 53.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card SS 44-11 FS 3.11 : 53 

Social security. Survey of social security statistics ; by Herman Sturm. Wash- 
ington, D. C., Mar. 1944. [3]+3+ii+71 p. il. 4° (Bureau memorandum 56.) 
[Processed.] % 
L. C. card SS 44-10 FS 3.11 : 56 

Tabular guide to social security statistics, references to periodic data for 

1036-43 in Social Security Board publications. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1944. 
[8] p.-4° ([Bureau memorandum 56, supplement.]) [Proces.sed. Series des- 
ignation not given on publication.] t FS 3.11 : 56/supp. 

Social security bulletin, June 1944; v. 7, no. 6. [1944.] cover title, 48 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Text and another illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 
single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $3.75. • Item 539 
L. C. card 40-29327 FS 3.3 : 7/6 

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EMPLOYMENT SECXTRITT BUBEAU 

Unemployment compensation interpretation service: Benefit series, v. 7, no. 6; 
June lb44. [1944.] cover title, ii+95 p. [Montlily. Text on p. 2-4 of cover. 
Issued with perforations.] * Paper, 30c. single copy, $3.50 a yi'. ; foreign 
subscription, .$5.00. • Item 542. FS 3.10S : 7/G 

Note. — The Benefit series reports decisions, opinions, and interpretations rendered 
by courts. State attorneys general, unemployment compensation commissions, boards of 
review and by the appeal tribunals, referees and examiners of the various State agencies 
that interpret provisions of State unemployment compensation laws affecting benefit 
riglits and coverage liabilities. 

The monthly issues contain decisions and opinions which establish new principles 
and policies in each State, a code, a digest, an index, and a conversion table for State 
numbers and court cases by name. The annual cumulative issues contain a code, 
an index, a conversion table, a table of afiirmances and reversals, a table of court cases, 
and a digest of all decisions and opinions published during the previous 12 months. 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BUBEATJ 

Public assistance. Comparative statistics of general assistance operations of pub- 
lic agencies in selected large cities, Apr. 1944. June 1, 1944. [8] p. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t FS 3.16: 944/4 

Same, May 1944. July 4, 1944. [8] p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] $ 

FS 3.16 : 944/5 

Public assistance [preprinted from Social security bulletin, v. 7, no. 6: 

June 1944.] [1944.] 4 p. il. 4° f FS 3.3/a2 : 944/4 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OFFICE 

Handicapped. Public service for restoring the handicapped to useful employ- 
ment, vocational rehabilitation, 1944. [1944.] [2] 4-10+ [2] p. narrow 8° t 
• Item 506 FS 10.2 : H 19/2 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Note. — The Federal Trade Commission discontinued the publication of advance sheets of 
its decisions in printed form with the conclusion of volume 23. The Commission will, 
however, on request, in case of a specific interest, supply processed copy of the full text 
of any complaints, findings and orders, stipulations, or decisions in court cases to which 
the Commission is a party, whicli are published later in printed form in the bound volumes 
and sold by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wasliington 
25, D. C. 

Addresses. Remarks of Robert E. Freer, chairhian of Federal Trade Commission, 
opening trade practice conference for gas-fired water heater industry, Chicago, 
111., May 10, 1944. [1944.] [l]+3 p. [Processed.] j FT 114 :F 87/52 

Atlantic Packing Co. No. 8466, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, Samuel 
Perloff [et al.], individuals and copartners, trading as Atlantic Packing Com- 
pany and Atlantic Packing Company, Distributors' v. Federal Trade Commis- 
sion, on petition to review order of Federal Trade Commission ; brief for re- 
spondent. [1944.] cover title, v-f21 p. $ FT 1.5: At 63 

Modern Marketing Service, Inc. No. 8483, in circuit court of appeals for 7th cir- 
cuit, Modern Marketing Service, Inc. [et al.] v. Federal Trade Commission, 
on joint and several petition to review and set aside order of Federal Trade 
Commission;- cross petition by Federal Trade Commission. [1044.] cover 
title, 3 p. t FT 1.5 : M 72 

Bed d White Corporation. No. 8484, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Red and White Corporation ct al.] v. Federal Trade Commission, on joint 
and several petition to review and set aside order of Federal Trade Commis- 
sion ; cross petition by Federal Trade Commission. [1944.] cover title, 3 p. t 

FT 1.5 :R 245 
Todd, J. E., Inc. Brief for respondent, United States Court of Appeals, District 
of Columbia, no. 8608, J. E. Todd, Inc. v. Federal Trade Conunission, on peti- 
tion to review order of Federal Trade Commission. [1944.] cover title, 
iii+13 p. t FT 1.5 :T 566 

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928 Government Publications 

Work. Monthly summary of work for June 1944. [1944.] 8 p. [Processed.] t 

FT 1.15 : 944/f; 

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRATION 

Highways, current literature, v. 23, no. 21-25, May 24-June 21, 1944 ; compiled by 
library staff of Public Roads Administration. [1944.] various paging, 4° 
[Weekly. Processed.] t FW 2.8 : 23/21-25 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

Decisions of comptroller general, v. 23, May 1944 ; Lindsay C. Warren, comptroller 
general, Frank L. Yates, assistant comptroller general. 1944: [1] +823-911 p. 
[Monthl.v.] * Paper, 15c, single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $2.00. 
L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5/a : 23/11 

General regulations. General regulations no. 86, revised, supp. 1 ; June 6, 1944. 
[1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t GA 1.6 : S6/2/supp.l 

Same no. 96, supp. 4 ; July 6, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

GA 1.6 : 96/SUPP.4 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

Materials. Abstract of contracts for material, etc., for public printing and bind- 
ing for term of 6 months beginning July 1, 1944. 1944. 32 p. 4° ± 

GP 1.2 : M 41/2/944-2 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Fish and unldlifc; Apr. 1944. 1944. [2]-f26 p. (Price list 21, 32d edition.) t 
• Item 592 
L. C. card 26-26235 GP 3.9 : 21/32 

Foods and cooking, canning, cold storage, home economics; Apr. 1044. 1944. 
20 p. (Price list 11, 36th edition.) t • Item 592 
L. C. card 26-26496 . , GP 3.9 : 11/36 

Government pxihlications. List of selected United States Government publications, 
July 1 and 15, 1{>44. [1944.] Each 8 p. (1944-13 and 1944-14.) [Semi- 
monthly.] t • Item 593. 

L. C. card 28-26554 GP 3.17 : 944/13, 14 

Note. — This List is an advertising list of United States Government publications for 
sale by the Superintendent ot Documents. Its purpose is to keep interested persons 
informed as to new publications. 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 Ofllce, Washington 25, D. C. 

Monthly catalog. United States Government publications, monthly catalog, no 
594; July 1944. 1944. ix+727-885 p. * Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 a yr. ; 
foreign subscription, $2.60. • Item 590 
L. C. card 4-18088 GP 3.8/1 : 944/7 

Radio communication. List of radio publications [for sale by superintendent of 
documents]. Revised June 1944. [1944.] 4 p. t • Item 588 
L. C. card 25-26634 GP 3.2 : R 11/5/944 

Transportation, railroad and shipping problems, postal service, communications. 
Coast Guard, and Panama Canal; Apr. 1944. 1944. [2]-f82 p. (Price list 
25, 32d edition.) f • Item 592 
L. C. card 26-26255 GP 3.9 : 25/32 

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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 bouud volumes. Advance parts 
1, 2, and .3 of v. 57 have been issued as separates, liowever, as an economy measure, separates 
will be discontinued for the war period. Prices for bound volumes furnished upon application 
to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

Inside Interior, v. 1, uo. 8 ; July 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. large 4° [Monthly. Service 
edition.] t 11.75:1/8 

Law library reporter, v. 4, no. 7 ; July 1944. Washington, 1944. [2] +43-52 p. 4° 
[Processed.] % 

L. C. card 42-37804 1 1.74 : 4/7 

Note. — Publication of the Law library reporter will be suspended during August. 

^ FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 

Alaska. Regulatory announcement 9, amdt. 2 ; June 7, 1944. Chicago, 111. [1944.] 
2 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 : 9/amdt. 2 

" Fish and fisheries. Fish distribution boat ; by Roy D. Noble, C. H. Bennett. Chi- 
cago, 111., Apr. 1944. 4 p. il. 4° (Fishery leaflet 56.) [Processed.] t 

1 49.28 : 56 

Scaler boosts fish production ; by L. V. Burton. [1944.] p. 68-69, 11. 4" 

( [Fishery leaflet 54.] ) [Processed. Reprinted from Food industries, Jan. 
1944.] t 149.28:54 

"^ Some of the more important publications on diseases and parasites of fishes ; 

[prepared in Division of Fishery Biology]. Chicago, 111., Apr. 1944. 2 p. 4° 
(Fishery leaflet 58.) [Processed.] t 149.28:58 

Fishery products. Cold storage holdings of fishery products, June 1, 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. 4° (Current fishery statistics no. 130.) [Processed. Statistics furnished 
by War Food Administration, Distribution Office.] t 149.8/2:130 

Landings by fishing craft at New Bedford, Mass., 1943. [1944.] 4 p. 4" 

(Current fishery statistics no. 129.) [Processed.] $ 149.8/2:129 

— Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° (Current fishery statistics no. 128.) 
[Processed.] t 149.8/2:128 

y^ Furs. Annual fur catch of United States ; prepared in Fur Resources, Division of 
Wildlife Research. Chicago, 111., July 1944. 21 p. 4° (Wildlife leafiet 253.) 
[Processed.] -t 149.13:253 

* Garfish. Capture and marketing of garfish (with special reference to those of 
Louisiana) and recipes for their preparation; prepared in Division of Fishery 
Industries. Chicago, 111., June 1944. 6 p. 4° (Fishery leafiet 61.) 
[Processed.] $ 149.28:61 

^ V Magpies. Local control of mag-pies through destroying nests and roosts and 
through trapping; by E. R. Kalmbach. Chicago, 111., Apr. 1944. 4 p. il. 4° 
( Wildlife leaflet 2.12. ) [Processed. ] t 1 49.13 : 252 

Menhaden oil. Body oil from menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) : A, Low tempera- 
ture crystallization of glycerides, B, Some of the 18 and 20 carbon atom acids 
[with list of literature cited ; by] W. H. Baldwin and L. E. Parks. Chicago, 111., 
June 1944. [4] p. 4° (Fishery leaflet 63.) [Proces.sed. Reprinted from Oil & 
i . soap, June 1943, v. 20, no. 6.] ± 149.28:63 

y 

Pigeons. Control of vagrant domestic pigeons; prepared in Economic Wildlife 
Investigations, Division of Wildlife Research. Chicago, 111., May 1944. 4 p. 4" 
(Wildlife leaflet 2.")4.) [Processed.] + 149.13:254 

^ Rabbit mantire. Value and use of rabbit manure ; by George S. Templeton. Chi- 
cago, 111., May 1944. 4 p. 4° (Wildlife leaflet 255.) [Processed. Supersedes 
Wildlife leaflet 216, issued Apr. 1942.] t 149.13:255 

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930 Government Publications 

Salmon. Mild curing, pickling, dry salting, and smoking salmon ; by Norman D. 
Jarvis. June 1944. 13 p. 4° (Fishery leaflet GO.) [Processed. Supersedes 
Meiiioranduiu S-348, issued by former Fisheries Bureau.] + 149.28:60 

Vitamin A. Vitamin A report. Mar. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong 8" (Current fish- 
ery statistics no. 122.) [Processed.] t I 49.8/2 : 122 

Same, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong 8° (Current fishery statistics no. 

127.) [Processed.] t 149.8/2:127 

GENERAL LAND OFFICE 

Alaska, information relative to disposal and leasing of public lands in Alaska 
[with bibliography]. 1944. iii4-24p.il. (Information bulletin 2.) t •Item 
615 
L. C. card 44-^1239 1 21.17 : 2 

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES BOARD 

Mariana Islands. Geographical names in Mariana Islands, decisions rendered 
Feb. 1944. [1944.] [l]+25p. [Processed.] t 
L. O. card 44-41240 1 33.6 : M 33 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Note. — The publications of the United States Geological Survey consist of Monographs, 
Professional papers, Bulletins SVater-supply papers, folios of the Geologic atlas of the 
United States, topographic maps (some of which bear descriptive text), base maps, and 
other maps of the United States and of single States. Practically all of them are sale 
publications. The maps and folios are sold by the Geological Survey Washington 25. D. C. 
Orders for other publications that are for sale should be sent to the Superintendent of 
Documents, Washington 25, D. C. 

Alaska, Mining in northern Copper River region, Alaska; by Fred H. Moffit. 
1944. ii -1-25^7 p. 11. (Bulletin 943-B.) [Mineral resources of Alaska, 1941- 

42, p. 25-47.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 622 1 19.3 : 943-B 

Atlantic Coastal Plain. Surface water supply of United States, 1942 : pt. 2, 
South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico basins ; prepared under direc- 
tion of Glenn L. Parker, chief hydraulic engineer, D. H. Barber, E. D. Burchard, 
G. E. Ferguson, A. E. Johnson, R. E. Marsh, E. B. Rice (acting), M. T. Thomp- 
son, and D. S. Wallace, district engineers. 1944. viii-|-477 p. 1 pi. (Water- 
supply paper 952.) [Prepared in cooperation with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Car(^lina, and Virginia, and other 
agencies.] * Paper, 60c. • Item 627 
L. C. card GS9-363 1 19.13 : 952 

Oeorgia. Chemical character of surface waters of Georgia ; by William L. Lamar. 
1944. iv-f-317-380 p. il. (Water-supply paper 889-E.) [Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Division of Mines, Mining, and Geology of Georgia Department of 
Natural Resources. Contributions to hydrology of United States, 1941^3, p. 
317-380.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 627 1 19.13 : 889-E 

Bousto7i^ Tex. Exploratory water-well drilling in Houston district, Tex. ; by 
Nicholas A. Rose, W. N. White, and Peun Livingston. 1944. iii-|-201-315 p. il. 
5 pi. 3 are in pocket. (Water-supply paper 889-D.) [Prepared in cooperation 
with Texas Board of Water Engineers and city of Houston. Contributions to 
hydrology of United States, 1941-43, p. 291-315.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 627 

1 19.13 : 88i>-D 

Manganese deposits in Costa Rica ; by Ralph J. Roberts. 1944. iv-|-387-414 p. il. 
3 pi. (Bulletin 935-H.) [Geologic investigations in American republics, 1941- 

43, p. 387-414.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 622 1 19.3: 935-H 

Minerals. Strategic minerals investigations, 1942 : pt. 1, A-I, Short papers and 
preliminary reports, by T. L. Kesler, W. H. Monroe, David Gallagher, and others 
[and pt. 2, J-R, Short papers and preliminary reports, by T. L. Kesler, C. B. 
Hunt, R. P. Fischer, and others, title pages, contents, and indexes]. 1944. ix-f- 
ix p. (Bulletin 936 [title pages, contents, and indexes].) * Paper, 10c. • Item 
622 
L. C. card GS44-38 1 19.3 : 936/pt.l,2/t.p.& ind. 

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Molluscan -fauna of Alum Bluff group of Florida : pt. 7, Stenoglossa (in part) ; by 
Julia Gardner. July 1944. ii+4c'7-i91 p. 1 pi. 2 p. of pi. 4° (Professional 
paper 142-G. ) * Paper, 25c. • Item 626 1 19.16 : 142-G 

Publications issued in June 1944; list 436. [1944.] 4 p. [Monthly.] t 

• Item 624 1 19.14/4 : 436 

Snake River. Surface water supply of United States, 1942 : pt. 13, Snake River 
basin ; prepared under direction of Glenn L. Parker, chief hydraulic engineer, 
G. H. Canfield, Lynn Crandall, Robert Follansbee, T. R. Newell, A. B. Purton, 
and F. M. Veatch, district engineers. 1944. vi-(-232 p. 1 pi. (Water-supply 
paper 963.) [Prepared in coopei'ation with Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and 
Wyoming, and other agencies.] * Paper, 30c. • Item 627 
L. C. card GS38-22 1 19.13 : 963 

Tungsten deposits of Osgood Range, Humboldt County, Nev. [1944.] 10 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44^1282 1 19.2 : T83 

Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in United States in 1942 : 
pt. 2, Southeastern States ; by O. E. Meinzer, L. K. Wenzel, and others. 1944. 
iv-f 162 p. il. (Water-supply paper 945.) [Prepared in cooperation with Ala- 
bama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia, and other agencies.] * Paper 25c. 

• Item 627 

L. C. card GS36-334 1 19.13 : 945 

TopograpMc quadrangle maps 

Note. — The Geological Survey makes contoured maps — tbree-dimension topographic 
maps — which are designed eventually to cover the whole United States, also Alaska. HaVaii, 
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 within that area. The scales most commonly used are 1:24,000 (1 
inch = 2000 feef). 1:31,680 (1 inch=y2 mile), 1:62,500 (1 inch=about 1 mile), and 
1 : 125,000 (1 inch = about 2 miles). 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 aiea of the country, excluding Alaska, has been mapped, 
every State being represented. Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia. Hawaii, 
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, and West Vir- 
ginia 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 
and scale of the map and the State in which the area lies. 

California, Cuyamaca Peak quadrangle, lat. 32°45'-33°, long. 116°30'-116°45'. 
Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 
10c. 1 19.12 : 4C9S9/2/944 

Indiana, Montgomery quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 87°-87°07'30". 
Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X 18 in. t 10c. 

1 19 : 12 : 14M767/944 

Massachusetts. Massachusetts. Wellfleet quadrangle lat. 41°52'30"-42°, long. 
69°57'30"-70°05'. Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 
17X 13 in. t lOe. 1 19.12 : 21W459/944 

■ Massachusetts-New Hampshire, Pepperell quadrangle, lat. 42°37'30"- 

42°45', long. 71°30'-71°37'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. 
edition of 1944. 17X13 in. 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 21P396/944 

Virginia. Virginia, Lynchburg quadrangle, lat. 37°15'-37°30', long. 79°-79°15'. 
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X14 in. f 10c. 

1 19.12 : 47L989/944 

Virginia-West Virginia, Berryville quadrangle, lat. 39''-39°15', long. 77''45'- 

78°. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X14 in. t 
10c. 1 19.12 : 47 B 459/944 

INDIAN AFFAIRS OFFICE 

Indians at %cork, memorial number, May-June 1944; [v. 12, no. 1]. [1944.] 
[4]-|-34+[l] p. il. 4° [Bimonthly. Processed. A news sheet for Indians and 
the Indian service.] t 1 20.22 : 12/1 

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MINES BUREAU 

Cenient. Monthly rement report CP 276. July 7, 1944. 6 p. il. f". (Mineral 
industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.20:276 

Same, supp. A. July 14, 1944. 4 p. il. f (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] t I 28.29 : 276/supp.A 

Chromium. Thermodynamic properties of carbides of chromium [articles] ; by 
K. K. Kelley, F. S. Boericke, G. E. Moore, E. H. HulTman, and W. M. Bangert. 
1944. ii4-4"3 p. il. (Technical paper 662.) * Paper, 10c •Item 646 
L C. card 44-41271 I 28.7 : 662 

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments, M. C. D. 148. July 3, 1944. 7 p. il. f 
[Processed.] t 128.24:148 

Same, M. C. D. 149. July 11, 1944. 13 p. il. f [Processed.] t 

1 28.24 : 149 

Domestic storage of subbituminous lump coal and its performance in hand- 
fired furnace; by W. S. Landers and V. F. Parry. June 1944. [1]+17 p. 
5 pi. 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3759.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3759 

Preliminary estimates of production of bituminous coal and lignite, June 

1944. July 6, 1944. 1 p. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t" 128.64:944/6 

Preliminary estimates of production of Pennsylvania anthracite and of 

coke, June 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° (Mineral industry surveys; PCC 6^4.) 
[Monthly. Processed.] f 128.50:944/6 

Weekly anthracite and coke report WACR 364-WACR 368. July 1-29, 

1944. Each 2 p. or 3 p. il. 4° (Mineral industry survevs.) [Processed.] f 

I 28.49 : 364-368 

Weekly coal report W. C. R. 1406-W. C. R. 1410. July 1-29, 1944. various 

paging, il. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.33:1406-1410 

Work of survey of carbonizing properties of American coals ; by J. D. 

Davis and D. A. Reynolds. June 1944. [1]+17 p. 4° (Report of investiga- 
tions, R. I. 3760.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3760 

Coal-mine fatalities in May 1944. [1944.] 10 p. il. 4° (Mineral industry sur- 
veys; CMF 155.) [Monthly. Processed.] f 128.10/2:155 

Coke. Monthly coke report, MCR 195. July 3, 1944. 3 p. il. 4" (Mineral 
industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.30:195 

Dielectrics. Influence of humidity upon resistivity of solid dielectrics and upon 
dissipation of static electricity; by E. M. Cohn and P. G. Guest. June 1944. 
[l]-f41 p. 4 p. of pi. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7286.) [Processed.] t 

1 28.27 : 7286 

Fuel. Technical and economic study of packaged fuel; by V. F. Parry. June 
1944 [1] -f 45 p. 16 pi. 4" (Report of investigations, R. I. 3757. ) [Processed.] t 

1 28.23 : 3757 

Gases. Hazards from common gases and vapors encountered at surface disasters ; 
by G. W. Jones. June 1944. [1]-|-15 p. 4" (Information circular, I. C. 
7287.) [Processed.] t 128.27:7287 

Gasoline. Natural gasoline and allied products, May 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 4" 
(Mineral industry surveys; NGR 944a-113.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

1 28.47 : 113 

World retail prices and taxes on gasoline, kei-osine, and motor lubricating 

oils, quarterly inventory of information from U. S. Government foreign service 
offices and other sources that may not othervpise be made available promptly, 
V. 13, no. 2; June 30, 1944. [1944.] [3] +15-27 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

1 28.44 : 13/2 

Gold. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in South Dakota and Wyoming (mine 
report) ; by Chas. W. Henderson and R. Y. Cushman. 1944. ' [2] +6 p. il. 
[Preprint from Minerals yearbook, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. I 28.37/a : G 563/9/943 

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Gold — Continued. 

■ Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Washington (mine report) ; by G. E. 

Woodward and Paul Luff. 1944. [2] +13 p. [Reprint from Minerals year- 
book, 1943.] . * Paper, 5c. 1 28.37/a : G 563/12/&43 

Mine accidents. Employment and accidents at gold, silver and miscellaneous- 
metal mines in United States in 1912: [prepared by F. J. Kennedy, B. G. Robert- 
son and M. A. Goblel. June 28, 1944. 11 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys: 
H. S. S. no. 334.) [Processed.] f 128.26:334 

Employment and accidents at metal and nonmetal mines in United States 

during 1942; [prepared by F. J. Kennedy and D. M. Burch]. July 7, 1944. 
13 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; H. S. S. no. 335.) [Processed.] t 

I 28.26 : 335 

Mines and minlny. Precautions to be taken when approaching old mine work- 
ings ; by D. Harrington and R. G. Warncke. June 1944. [1] +20 p. 4° ( Infor- 
mation circular, I. C. 7288.) [Processed.] f 128.27:7288 

Motor fuel. Forecast of demand tor motor fuel and crude oil, July 1944. [1944.] 
3 p. 4° (Mineral industry surveys; MFR 109.) [Monthly. Processed.] f 

1 28.41 : 109 

National Lime Association 1943 safety competition winners named. July 12, 1944. 
9 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; H. S. S. no. 336.) [Processed.] t 

1 28.26 : 336 

Petroleuni. Crude petroleum and petroleum products. May 1944. [1944.] 11 p. 
4° (Mineral industry surveys; P250.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

I 28.18/2 : 250 

Weekly crude oil stock report 559-562. July 7-28, 1944. Each 1 p. 4° 

(Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] f 128.46:559-562 

Ftihlications. New publications. Bureau of Mines, monthly list 350; June 1944. 
[1944.] 4 p. t • Item 642 128.5/2:350 

Steam heatiny. Observations of use of cyclohexylamiue in steam-heating sys- 
tems; by A. A. Berk. June 1944. [l]+42 p. 5 pi. 4° (Report of investiga- 
tions, R. I. 3754.) [Processed.] f 128.23:3754 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

National parks. Welcome to members of armed forces of United States. [Re- 
vised edition.] [1944.] [4] p. il. f 1 29.2 : W 44/944 

Posters. [Bear poster, Schlesinger cartoon.] 1944. 19.9X25.9 in. [Also issued 
in postal card form.] X 1 29.20 : B 38/5 

[Bear poster, Walt Disney cartoon.] 1944. 22.8X24.5 in. [Copyright 

1941, Walt Disney Productions. Also issued in postal card form.] t 

1 29.20 : B 38/4 

Warning! it is dangerous to feed, molest, or approach bears closely, play 

safe! [all lettered poster]. [1944.] 20X28 in. t 1 29.20 :B 38/6 

Rocky Moimtain National Park. Guide to geology of Rocky Mountain National 
Park, Colo, [with list of references] ; by Carroll H. Wegemann. 1944. iv+32 
p. il. [Other illustrations on p. 1, 3, and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 652 
L. C. card 44-41164 I 29.6 : R 59/7 

RECLAMATION BUREAU 

Altus project. Earthwork and structures, station 85+73.5 to station 125+60, 
main canal, Altus project, Okla. [Bradford-Robinson Printing Co., July 14, 
1944.] cover title, 29 p. 5 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 1078.) [Schedule, speci- 
fications, and drawings; bids will be received until Aug. 1, 1944.] t Paper, 
$1.50. 1 27.8 : 1078 

Klamath project. Pumping plants A, B, and C, Modoc unit, Tule Lake division, 
Klamath project, Oreg.-Calif. [United Pub. Co., Deliver, June 29, 1944.] 
cover title, 52 p. 36 pi. map, 4" (Specifications 1075.) [Schedules, specifica- 
tions, and drawings ; bids will be received until July 28, 1944.] f Paper, $2.50. 

I 27.8 : 1075 

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934 GOVTRNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Reclamation of land. Fedfcral reclamation laws, annotated, chronological com- 
pilatiou of public statutes of United States relating to activities of Bureau of 
Keclaniation of Department of Interior in development and use of water for 
irrigation and related purposes, with notes of decisions and opinions of courts, 
comptroller, comptroller general. Attorney General, Department of Interior, 
and Bureau of Keclaniation, Apr. 1943. 1943 [published 1944) . xx+TGG p. map- 
[ Supersedes edition of 193G.] t Cloth, $1.75. • Item GUI 
L. C. card 44-41162 I 27.2 : L 44/5/943 

TiKUDicari project. Earthwork and structures. Conchas Canal, station 1342+70 
to station 1603+75, station 1684+68.30 to station 2458+03.15, station 2973+45 
to station 2976+40 and station 3041+05 to station 3048+96, Tucumcari project, 
N. Mex. [W. H. Kistler Stationery Co., Denver, July 12, 1944.] cover title, 
51 p. 52 pi. 4" (Specifications 1076.) [Schedules, specifications, and di'aw- 
ings ; bids will be received until July 22, 1944.] t Paper, $2.50. I 27.8 : 1076 

SOLID FUELS ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR 

Coal. This is a Government warning to coal iisers west of the Mississippi [get 
your coal while the gettin's good]. [1944.] [2] p. oblong 16" folded into 
narrow 16° size, t • Item 600 I 51.2 : C 63 

TERRITORIES AND ISLAND POSSESSIONS DIVISION 



General information, Alaska. [1944.] [2]+10pil. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 44-^1241 1 35.10/2 : Al ls/6 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Note. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission reports. Interstate Commerce Conmiission reports — Motor carrier cases, and Inter- 
state Commerce Commission reports — A'aluation reports are sold by the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C., at various prices, depending 
upon the size of the volume. Separate decisions or opinions are sold on subscription, price 
$1.50 per volume ; foreign subscription, $2.00 ; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a 
volume, be sure to specify the series and whether Finance or other tuan Finance decisions 
are desired. Entries for the separate decisions are grouped below under center heads fol- 
lowing other Interstate Commerce Commission publications. 

Decisions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions. 

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

Freifjht commodity statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States, Jan. 1944. 
[1944.] 13 p. oblong large 8" (Statement M-500; Transport Economics and 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to correction of errors in carrier 
reports under correspondence.] t • Item 704 
L. C. card 41^1827 IC 1 ste.26 :944/l 

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. 1&44. 
[1944.] 2 p. oblong large S° (Statement M-230, OS-E ; Transport Economics 
and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 706 
L. C. card A3G-7S4 IC 1 ste. 30 : 944/4 

Motor carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions {Motor carrier). 

Motor carrier finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier, 
finance). .i-^ o.^.., 

Opinions. See, below, center head beginning Decisions. 

Railroad accidents. In matter of making accident investigation reports under 
locomotive inspection act of Feb. 17, 1911, as amended : Chesapeake & Ohio 
Rjiilway, accident (boiler explosion). Elk Run Junction. W. Va., June 1, 1044, 
caused by overheating of crown sheet due to low water. [1944.] 10 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t IC 1 accl. 5 : El 51 



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Railroad accidents — Continued. 

Same : Great Northern Railway, accident, Minot, N. D., June 5, 1944, caused 

by failure of an arch tube washout plug cap. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

10 1 acci. 5 : M 666 

Same : Northern Pacific Railway, accident, Auburn, Wash., June 3, 1944, 

caused by failure of water gage glass. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci. 5 : Au 19 

Investigation 2793 : Union Railway Company and St. Louis-San Francisco 

Railway Company, report in re accident, Memphis, Tenn., Apr. 21, 1944. [1944.] 
7 p. il 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : M 519/2 

Investigation 2794 : Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, report in 

re accident near Keeling, Tenn., Apr. 27, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : K 248 

Investigation 2796 : Pennsylvania Railroad Company, report in re accident 

Cleveland, Ohio, May 3, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : C 599/5 

• Investigation 2797: St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain Railroad Company, 

report in re accident near Greensboro, Vt., May 5, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : G 853 

— — Investigation 2798: Missouri Pacific Railroad Company, report in re acci- 
dent, Marquand, Mo., May 10, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

IC 1 acci.5 : M 347 

Investigation 2799: Chicago & North Western Railway Company, report in 

re accident near Lake Benton, Minn., May 18, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : L 148b/2 

Railroad employees. Number of females employed by class 1 steam railways 
(excluding switching and terminal companies), Apr. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4° 
(Statement 4426.) [Quarterly. Processed.] f 
L. C. card A 44-1050 IC 1 ste.43 : 944/2 

Wage statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States (switching and 

terminal companies not included), Apr. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. oblong large 8° 
(Statement M-300; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] f • Item 718 

L. C. card A 29-382 IC 1 ste.25 : 944/4 

Railroads. Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways 
in United States (switching and terminal companies not included), May 1944. 
[1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-lOO ; Transport Economics and 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] f Item 710 
L. C. card A 35-1300 IC 1 ste.19 : 944/5 

• Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected item.s for large steam 

railways. May 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° ( Statement M-150 ; Trans- 
port Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 
• Item 711 ■ 
L. C. card A 29-378 IC 1 ste.20 : 944/5 

Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items for Apr. 1944 

compared with Apr. 1943; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (State- 
ment M-200; Tran.sport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Sub- 
ject to i-evision.] f • Item 712 

L. C. card A 29-380 IC 1 ste.22 : 944/4 

Passenger traflSc statistics (other than commutation) of class 1 steam 

railways in United States (switching and terminal companies not included), 
Mar. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement M-250.) [Monthly. 
Processed. Subject to revision.] j 

L. C. card A 38-1273 IC 1 ste.40 : 944/3 

Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States (switch- 
ing and terminal companies not included), Apr. 1944. [1944.] 2 p. oblong 
large 8° (Statement M-220, OS-D ; Transport Economics and Statistics Bu- 
reau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] } • Item 714 

L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste.24 : 944/4 

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936 Government Pubucations 

Railroads — Continued. 

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

States (switching and terminal companies not included) [and Selected 
income items by regions and districts, class 1 steam railways], Apr. 1944. 
[1&14.1 2 p. il. oblong large 8° (Statement M-125 ; Transport Economics and 
Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 715 
L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : 944/4 

Rules and regulations of service, approved Apr. 6, 1944. 1944. [l]-f27 p. narrow 
16° t • Item 676 
L. C. card A 44-1051 IC 1.12/1 : 944 

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

Transportation. Monthly comment on transportation statistics [May 1944]. 
July 6, 1944. 14 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 101.17:944/5 

Water carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions {Water caiTier). 

Decisions (Finance) 

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

Atchison, Topcka d Santa Fe Railtmy^ Finance docket no. 13772, Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company abandonment; decided Apr. 10, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 767-781. (F-S641.) [From v. 254.] *Paper, 5e. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8641 

Baltimore d Ohio Railroad. Finance docket no. 14208, Baltimore & Ohio Rail- 
road Company equipment trust certificates; [decided Dec. 80, 1948]. [1944.] 
[l]-f 782-794 p. (F-8642.) [From v. 254.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8642 

Chicaffo & North Western Railway. Finance docket no. 10881, Chicago & North 
Western Railway Company reorganization; decided Apr. 25, 1944. [1944.] 
p. 61-80. (F-8648.) [From v. 257.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8&48 

Chicago, Rock Island d Pacific Railway. Finance docket no. 13928, Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific Railway Company trustees abandonment ; decided Mar. 13, 
1944. [1944.] p. 785-793. (F-8643.) [From v. 2-54.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8643 

Neiv Orleans Great Northern Raihvdip. Finance docket no. 14278, New Orleans 
Great Northern Railway Company bonds; [decided Mar. 17, 1944]. [1944.] 
[1] +794-798 p. (F-8644.) [From v. 254.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8644 

New York Central Railroad. Finance docket no. 13914, New York Central Rail- 
road Companv abandonment ; decided Mar. 24, 1944. [1944.] p. 799-800. (F- 
8645.) [From v. 254.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-S645 

Neto York, New Haven <& Hartford Railroad. Finance docket no. 10992, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company reorganization ; decided 
Feb. 8, 1944. [1944.] p. 9-60.- (F-8647,) [From v. 257.] * Paper, 10c. 

IC 1.6/la : F-8647 

Nesperce & Idaho Railroad. Finance docket no. 14254, Nezperce & Idaho Rail- 
road Company abandonment; decided Apr. 12, 1944. [1944.] p. 81-90. (F- 
8649.) [From V. 257.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : F-8649 

Decisions (Motor carrier) 

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

Carolina Freight Carriers Corporation. No. MC-2253, Carolina Freight Carriers 
Corporation common carrier application; decided Mar. 27, 1944. [1944.] p. 
221-241, (M-Gol7.) [Fom Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1 mot.8/a : M-6517 

Marcell's Motor Express. No. MC-54430 (sub-no. 2), Philip H. Marcell [doing 
business as Marcell's Motor Express] extension of operations, Rutland-Burling- 
ton, Vt. ; decided Apr. 3, 1944. [1944.] p. 283-288. (M-6523.) [From Motor 
carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot,8/a : M-6523 

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Michigan d Nebraska Transit -Co. Investigation and suspension docket no. M- 
2181, rules of Mi'liigan and Nebraska Transit Company; decided Apr. 10, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 2(i9-276. (M-6521.) [From Motor carrier cases, v. 43.] * Paper, 5c. 

IClmot.8/a:M-652l 

Decisions (Motor carrier, finance) 

Note. — The following decision or opinion issued in separate form is from the Interstate 
Commerce Commission reports. 

Shippers Dispatch, Inc. No. MC-F-2277, Homer W. Fitterling, et al., control, 
Fitterling Transportation Company, Inc., control. Shippers Dispatch, Inc.; 
decided Mar. 29, 1944. [1944.] p. 595-003. (MF-1395.) [From Motor carrier 
cases, V. 39. ] * Paper, 5c. IC 1 mot.8/a2 : MF-1395 

Decisions ( Traffic) 

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

Freight rates. Fourth section application no. 18323, class rates in the Midwest 
and Southwest ; decided Mar. 25, 1944. [1944.] p. 389-397. ( [Opinion] 24391. ) 
[From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24391 



Gr 



•ain. Investigation and suspension docket no. .5236, feeding grains in western 
trnnk line territory; decided Apr. 4, 1944. [1944.] p. 337-;]49. ([Opinion] 
24386.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24386 

Lnmbcr. No. 28861, E. J. Stanton & Son v. Atchison, Topeku & Santa Fe Railway 
Company et al. ; decided Mar. 27, 1944. [1944.] p. 315-318. ( [Opinion] 24:583.) 
[From V. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24388 

Mica. Investigation and suspension docket no. 5259, mica schist in the South ; 
decided Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] p. 319-322. ([Opinion] 24384.) [From v. 258.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24384 

Passenger rates. No. 28963, Alabama intrastate fares; decided Mar. 25, 1944. 
[1944.] p. 133-160. ([Opinion] 24362.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : 24362 

Phosphate rock. Fourth section application no. 18573, phosphate rock from Flor- 
ida to Illinois and the South ; [decided Apr. 19, 1944]. [1944.] [1] +362-370 p. 
([Opinion] 24389.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24389 

Talloiv. No. 28500, Minneapolis Hide & Tallow Company v. Chicago & North 
"Western Railway Company et al ; decided Apr. 12, 1944. [1944.] p. 335-362. 
([Opinion] 24388.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. • IC 1.6/la : 24388 

Vegetables. Investigation and suspension docket no. 5218, root vegetables from 
the Southwest to the East; [decided Apr. 17, 1944]. [1944. | [lJ-f308-4O2 p. 
([Opinion] 24392.) [From v. 258.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24392 

Decisions ( Water carrier) 

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

Erie d St. Later ence Corporation. No. W-1, Brie & St. Lawrence Coi"poration 
contract carrier application ; decided Apr. 10, 1944. [1944.] p. 235-239. (WC- 
210. ) [Fronf v. 260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-210 

Evans, G. Calvert. No. W-428, C. Calvert Evans contract carrier application ; 
decided Apr. 10, 1944. [1944.] p. 229-231. (WC-208.) [From v. 260.] 

* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-208 

OaUagher Bros. Sand d Gravel Corporation. No. W-721, Gallagher Brothers Sand 
& Gravel Corporation contract carrier application; [decided Mar. 31, 1944]. 
[1944.] [1] -f 224-226 p. (WC-206.) [From v. 260.] *Paper, 5c. 

IC 1.6/la : WC-206 

Gannon., Hugh F., Inc. No. FF-143, Hugh F. Gannon, Inc., freight forwarder 
application ; decided Jan. 31, 1944. [1944.] p. 219-223. (WC-205.) [From v. 
260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-205 

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938 Government Publications 

Orauimller, Frederick E. No. W-f)?, Frederick E. Gruuwiller contract carrier 
application; decided Apr. 5, 1&44. [1944.] p. 211-218. (WC-204.) [From 
V. 2G0.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-2U4 

Orcat Lakes Transit Corporation. No. W-154, Great Lakes Transit Corporation 
applications; decided Apr. 5, 1944. [1944.] p. 227-228. (WC-207.) [From 
V. 260. ] * Paper, 5c. IC l.G/la : WC-207 

Oreene, C. S., & Co., Inc. No. FF-84, C. S. Greene and Company, Inc., freight for- 
warder application; decided Apr. 18, 1944. [1944.] p. 243-248. (WC-212.) 
[ From V. 2G0. ] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-212 

Honard Terminal. No. FF-8, Howard Terminal freight forwarder application; 
[decided Apr. 26, 1944.] [1944.] [1] +240-242 p. (WC-211.) [From v. 260.] 
* Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-211 

International Foricarding Co. No. FF-57, International Forwarding Co. freight 
forwarding application ; decided Apr. 17, 1944. [1944.] p. 249-256. (WC-213.) 
[From V. 260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-213 

Nieliolson Transit Co. No. W-732, Nicholson Transit Company contract carrier 
application; [decided Apr. 1, 1944]. [1944.] [1] +232-234 p. (WC-209.) 
[From V. 260.] * Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : WC-209 

MOTOR CARRIERS BUREAU 

.Accidents. Analysis of mechanical defect accidents of passenger- and property- 
carrying vehicles and combinations, 1942. Washington, D. C, Feb. 1944. 
[l]+iii+36 p. r [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 43-2281 IC 1 mot.2 : Ac 2/3/942 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Albrecht, E. J., Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45578, E. J. Albrecht Company v. 
United States ; defendant's exceptions to report of commissioner and request for 
special findings. [1944.] p. 53-56. % J1.80:A115/2 

American Broach Employees Protective Association. No. 78, in Supreme Court 
of United States, Oct. term, 1944, American Broach Employees Protective 
Association v. National Labor Relations Board and American Broach & 
Machine Company, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 6th circuit ; brief for National Labor Relations Board in opposition. [1944.] 
cover title, i+10 p. t J 1-78 : Am 25 br 

American Poioer d Light Co. Nos. 166-167, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1944, American Power & Light Company v. Securities and Exchange 
Commission; Electric Power & Light Corporation v. [same], on petitions for 
writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals, 1st circuit ; memorandum for 
Securities and Exchange Commission. [1944.] cover title, ii+28 p. t 

J 1.78 : Am 35 po 

American Trucking Associations, Inc. Civil action no. 285, in district court for 
district of Virginia, American Trucking Associations, Inc., et al v. United States 
and Interstate Commerce Commission ; reply brief for United States. [1944.] 
cover title, i+11 p. $ J 1.75 : Am 35 tr 

Bates, Elbridge O. No. 92, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Elbridge Gerry Bates v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to cir- 
cuit court of appeals for 7th circuit; brief for United States. [1944.] cover 
title, i+25 p. % J 1.7?: B 318 

Beard, Eleanor. No. 238, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Seldon R. Glenn, collector of internal revenue, v. Eleanor Beard ; petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit. [1944.] cover 
title, 11+26 p. $ J 1.78 : B 38/3 

Berg Shipbuilding Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45256, Berg Shipbuilding Company 
and Geo. Nelson, surety for Berg Shipbuilding Company, v. United States ; de- 
fendant's exceptions to report of commissioner and request for special findings 
of fact. [1944.] p. 47-61. $ J 1.80 :B 452/3 

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August 1944 939 

Broxcn, E. Lewis. No. 128, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
H. Lewis Brown v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2cl circuit; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+15 p. % J 1.78 :B 813 

Caldwell Sugars, Inc. No. 149, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1944, Caldwell Sugars, Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief for respondent 
in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+ 10 p. $ J 1.78:0127 

Cameron, Leland H. No. 142, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1944, Leland H. Cameron v. Civil Aeronautics Board, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit ; brief for Civil Aeronautics 
Board in opposition. [1944.] cover title, ii+29 p. % J 1.78:0 416 

Century Oxford Mannfacturing Corporation. No. 125, in Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1944, Century Oxford Manufacturing Corporation v. National 
Labor Relations Board, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 2d circuit ; brief for National Labor Relations Board in opposition. 
[1944.] cover title, i+10 p. $ J 1.78:0 333/4 

Chapman Price Steel Co. No. 8511, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
Chapman Price Steel Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for review of decision of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover 
title, ii+22 p. J J 1.76 : 367 

Choate, W. G. No. 93, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, W. G. 
Choate v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit; memoi'andum for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, i+5 p. $ ^ J 1.78 : C 451/4 

Clarke Bros. Construction Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45096, Clarke Brothers 
Construction Company v. United States; defendant's brief. [1944.] 
p. 87-137. t J 1. 80 : C 558/2 

Clinclimore Coal Mining Co. No. 9723, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, 
Clinchmore Coal Mining Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; petition by respondent for re- 
hearing. [1944.] cover title, i+10 p. t J 1.76: 615/2 

Clymer, Lester L. No. 9796, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit, Lester L. 
Clymer v. United States, appeal from district court for northern district of 
Ohio, western division; brief for United States. [1944.] cover title, 
vi+45p. t J 1.76:0 629/2 

Crystal Soap d Chem,ical Co., Inc. In Court of Claims, nos. 45544-546, Crystal 
Soap and Chemical Company, Inc., v. United States ; defendant's request for 
special findings of fact and brief. [1944.] p. 41-69. J J 1.80: 889/2 

Di Benedetto, John. Brief for appellee, United States Court of Appeals, District 
of Columbia, Apr. term, 1944, no. 8709, John Di Benedetto and Wayland C. 
Dorrance v. Henry Morgenthau, jr., Secretary of Treasury; appeal from Dis- 
trict Court of United States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, 
i+4 p. $ J 1.77 : D 545 

First National Corporation of Portland. No. 10704, in circuit court of appeals for 
9th circuit, First National Corporation of Portland v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+26 p. % J 1.76 :F 519/3 

Fitch, F. W., Co. No. 181, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
F. W. Fitch Company v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari trj 
circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit; memorandum for United States. 
[1944.] cover title, i+7 p. % J1.78:Fe"i52 

Fondren, Mrs. Ella F. No. 88, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1944, Ella F. Fondren and estate of W. W. Fondren, Ella F. Fondren, indepe.':»d- 
ent executrix, v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+10 p. t J 1.78 :F 732 

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Frank, Mrs. Cecilia K. No. 8G45, in circviit court of appeals for 3d circuit, CeciliJl 
K. Frank v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review of decision 
of Tax Court ; briof for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 1+13 p. t 

J 1.76 : F 851/2 

Frank, W. K., Trust of 1931. Nos. 8644 and 8646, in circuit court of appeals for 
3d circuit, W. K. Frank Trust of 1931, Robert J. Frank, Thomas W. Frank and 
.Tames A. Frank, co-trustees, v. commissioner of internal revenue; Robert J. 
Frank Trust of 1931, Cecilia K. Frank, William K. Frank and Frank R. S. 
Kaplan, co-trustees, v. [same], on petitions for review of decisions of Tax 
Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+22 p. t J 1.76 :F 851 

Fremont Countt/, Wi/o. Brief for United States, circuit court of appeals, 10th 
circuit, no. 2932, ITnlfed States v. board of county commissioners of county of 
Fremont. Wyo., George C. McRae, treasurer of Freemont County, Wyo., and 
Ernest H. Hartman, assessor of Fremont County, Wyo., appeal from district 
court for district of Wyoming. [1944.]. cover title, ii+24 p. J J 1.76: F 886 

Fresh Grown Preserve Corporation. Appeal no. 5252, in circuit court of appeals 
for 4th circuit, United States v. Fresh Grown Preserve Corporation and Cen- 
tury Indemnity Company, on appeal from district court for eastern district of 
South Carolina; brief of appellee. [1944.] cover title, ii+50 p. % 

J 1.76 : F 892 

No. 9713, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit. Fresh Grown Pre- 
serve Corporation v. United States; brief in opposition to petition for re- 
hearing. [1944.] cover title, 11 p. $ J 1.76 :F 892/2 

Qaston, Edward P. No. 998, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1943, 
Edward Page Gaston v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
United States Court of Appeals for Distvici of Columbia ; brief for United 
States in opposition. ^ [1944.] cover title, i+13 p. + J 1.78 : G 219 

GiUios. M. E. In Court of Claims, no. 44869, M. E. Gillloz r. United States; 
defendant's brief . [1944.] p. 37-53. t . J 1.80 : G 416/2 

Greene, J. L. No. 162. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, J. L. 

Greene and Hazel McCormick Greene v. commissioner of internal revenue, 

on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit; 

brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+10 p. t 

J 1.78 : G 833 
Greenwald, Harnld D. In Court of Claims, no. 45.'511, Harold D. Greenwald v. 

United States ; brief for United States. [1944.] p. 69-94. t J 1.80 : G 855/2 

Hanna Furnace Corporation. No. 132. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1944, Hanna Furnace Corporation v. United States Interstate Commerce 
Connulsslon, P.altiniore and Ohio Railroad Company, et al.. appeal from dis- 
trict court for western district of New York; motion to affirm. [1944.] cover 
title, 9 p. t J 1.78 : H 19.1 

Harris, Eugene P. In Court of Claims, no. 45807, Eugene P. Harris v. United 
States ; defendant's request for findings of fact and brief. [1944.] p. 13-14. $ 

.1 1.80 : H 24 

Uogan, Fred T. No. J>4. in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944. 
Fred T. Ilogan v>. commissioner of Internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for nth circuit ; brief for respondent in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, 1+13 p. .t J 1.78 :H 678 

Holjmch, Joseph A., Co. No. 43813. in Court of Claims, Joseph A. Holpuch Com- 
pany v. United States ; defendant's brief. [1944.] cover title, ii -1-79-111 p. t 

.1 1.80 : A 741/5 

Hur.'^ter, Carola. No. 9763, in circuit court of appeals for 6th circuit. Carola 
H\(inter v. commissioner of internal revenue; Robert Hunter v. [same], on pe- 
titrvons for review of decisions of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
coy/er title, iv-|-28 p. t J l-'5'6 : H 916 

Iruhistrial Addition Association. No. 118, in Supreme Court of United States, 
Oct. term, 1944. Industrial Addition Association v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 6th 
circuit; memorandum for respondent. [1944.] cover title, i-|-10 p. t 

J 1.78: In 27 
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Johnson, Mrs. Clare O. In Court of Claims, no. 46003, Central Hanover Bank 
and Trust Company, as trustee under trust created by Clara G. Johnson v. 
United States; brief for United States. [1944.] p. 59-71. $ J1.80:JG3/2 

Johnston, Robert W. Nos. 129-130, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term 1944, Robert W. Johnston v. commissioner of internal revenue ; T. Alice 
Klages V. [same], on petition for writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 2d circuit ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+S p. $ 

J 1.78 : J 647 

Jurs, Peter C. No. 10734, in circuit court of appeals, 9th circuit, Peter C. Jurs v. 
commissioner of internal revenue ; Albert E. Jurs v. [same] ; Raymond M. 
Young V. [same] ; Eugene E. Jurs v. [same], on petitions for review of deci- 
sions of Tax Court; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+28 p. t 

J 1.76 : J 979 

Kent, A. Attcater. In Court of Claims, no. 46037, A. Atwater Kent v. United 
States ; brief for United States in support of plea in bar. [1944.] p. 23-36. t 

J 1.80 : K 413/2 

Landon, Hugh M. No. 97, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Fletcher Trust Company, trustees and transferees [of Hugh McK. Landon] v. 
commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 7th circuit; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] 
cover title, i+25 p. $ J 1.78 : L 236 

Lincoln Electric Co. Civil action no. 21866, in District Court of United States 
for District of Columbia, Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio, v. Frank 
Knox, Secretary of Navy, James V. Forrestal, Under Secretary of Navy and 
Acting Secretary of Navy ; supplemental memorandum of points and authorities 
in support of defendants' motion for summary judgment. [1944.] cover title, 
9 p. J J 1.75 : L 638 

Lohingier, Charles S. No. 77, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Charles S. Lobingier v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to 
Court of Claims; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 
i+21 p. t J 1.78 :L 785 

Losh, A. R. No. 2901, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, A. R. Losh 
and Jennie C. Losh v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for review 
of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] cover title, ii+14 p. % 

J 1.76 : L 897 

McCann, Harrison K. No. — , in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, commis- 
sioner of internal revenue v. Harrison K. McCann, on petition for review of 
decision of Tax Court; appendix to brief for petitioner. [1944.] cover title, 
i+43p. t J 1.76 :M 126/2 

Marietta Chair Co. In court of Claims, no. 44192, Marietta Chair Company v. 
United States ; defendant's exceptions to report of commissioner and request 
for special findings. [1944.] p. 15-18. t J 1-80 : M 338 

Merrill, Charles E. No. 126, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Charles E. Merrill v. John L. Fahs, collector of internal revenue for district 
of Florida, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th 
circuit; memorandum for respondent. [1944.] cover title, 1+21 p. t 

J 1.78 :M 552 

National Metropolitan Bank. No. 161, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1944, National Metropolitan Bank v. United States, on petition for writ 
of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia ; 
memorandum for United States. [1944.] cover title, i+10 p. J 

J 1.78 : N 213 me 

National Surety Corporation. In Court of Claims, no. 45797, National Surety 
Corporation v. United States; defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 35-36. t 

J 1.80 : N 213 Su/2 

Oregon-Washington Bridge Co. In Court of Claims, no. 45760, Oregon-Washington 
Bridge Co. v. United States; defendant's brief. [1944.] p. 65-82. t 

J 1.80 : Or 3/3 

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Philadelphia, Pa. No. 85l)o, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, United 
States V. 3.544 acres of land, more or less, situate in county of Philadelphia, 
Pa.; and estate of Stephen Girard, et al. ; city of Philadelphia, trustee under 
will of Stephen Girard, v. United States, appeal from district court for eastern 
district of Pennsylvania ; brief for United States. [l'J44.] cover title, 
ii+25p. t J 1.76 :P 53/5 

No. 8594, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, United States v. certain 

parcels of land in Philadelphia, Pa., and Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company, 
et al. ; Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company v. United States, appeal from 
district court for eastern district of Pennsylvania ; brief for United States. 
11944.] cover title, ii+lS p. $ J 1.76 :P 53/6 

Pierce, Jacob. In Court of Claims, no. 45348, A. M. Landman, superintendent of 
Five Civilized Tribes, for Jacob Pierce, deceased Creek, roll #3074, v. United 
States; request for findings of fact and brief for United States. [1944.] 
p. 5U-78. t J 1-80 : P 611/6 

Regal KniUceur Co., Inc. No. 1003, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, Regal Knitwear Company, Incorporated, v. National Labor Relations 
Board, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 2d 
circuit ; brief for National Labor Relations Board in opposition. [1944.] cover 
title, iii+26 p. J J 1.78 : R 26 

ReppUer Coal Co. Nos. 89-90, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 
1944, Repplier Coal Company v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition 
for writs of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit ; brief for 
respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, ii+17 p. + J 1.78 :R 299/3 

Rogers, Henry H. No. 261, in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit, estate of 
Henry H. Rogers, Albert Stickney and Central Hanover Bank and Trust Com- 
pany, as surviving executors of Henry H. Rogers, v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, ii+25 p. $ J 1.76 :R 632/4 

Salter, George. No. 10727, in circuit court of appeals for 9th circuit, John R. Haley, 
as administrator of George Salter, v. United States, upon appeal from district 
court for district of Montana; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title, i+20 
p. $ J 1.76 : Sa 37/2 

Sanders, D. X. Brief for appellant, in circuit court of appeals for 10th circuit, 
no. 2931, United States v. D. X. Sanders, appeal from district court for eastern 
district of Oklahoma. [1&44.] cover title, iii+35 p. J J 1.76: Sa 56 

Slack Bros., Inc. No. 150, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Slack Bros., Inc., v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; memorandum for respondent 
in opposition. [1944.] cover title, 3 p. t J 1.78: SI U 

Stott, Harry B. In Court of Claims, no. 45650, Harry B. Stott v. United States ; 
defendant's request for special findings of fact and exceptions. [1944.] p. 
9-10. t J l.SO : St 76 

Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Brief for United States, circuit court of appeals, lOth 
circuit, no. 2883, Elizabeth E. Taylor and A. O. Taylor v. United States, appeal 
from district court for western district of Oklahoma. [1944.] cover title, 
ii+16 p. $ J 1.70 : T 213 

Tennessee Consolidated Coal Co. No. 9786, in circuit court of appeals for 6th 
circuit, Tennessee Consolidated Coal Company v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, on petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. 
[1944.] cover title, iv+15 p. t J 1.76 :T 256/2 

Thornley, George H. No. 8548, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, George 
H. Thornley and Rebecca W. Thornley v. commissioner of internal revenue, on 
petition for review of decision of Tax Court ; brief for respondent. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+2G p. J J 1.76 : T 393 

Toicnsleg, Louis. No. 134, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
United States v. Louis Townsley ; petition for writ of certiorari to Court of 
Claims. [1944.] cover title, ii+45 p. t J 1.78 :T 666 

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Underwood, Donald L. No. 120, in Supreme Court of Uuited States, Oct term, 
1944, Donald L. Underwood [et al.] v. Harold L. Ickes, Secretary of Interior, 
on petition for writ of certiorari to United States Court of Appeals for District 
of Columbia ; brief for respondent in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+14 p. % 

J 1.78 : Un 2/2 

United Federal Workers of America (C. I. O.). Civil action no. 24007, United 
States District Court, District of Columbia, United Federal Workers of America 
(C. I. O.). et al. V. Harry B. Mitchell, et al. [members of Civil Service Commis- 
sion] : brief in support of defendant's motions to dismiss and for summary 
judgment. [1944.] cover title, ii+34 p. t J 1.75 :Un 34/2 

United States Gypsum Co. Brief for appellants. United States Court of Appeals, 
District of Columbia, no. 89C5, National War Labor Board, et al. v. United States 
Gypsum Companv, appeal from District Court of United States for District of 
Columbia. [1944.] cover title, ii+17 p. t J 1.77 : Un 35/2 

Van Pelt, Willard F. United States court of appeals for 6th circuit [United States 
vs. Willard F. Van Pelt, no. 9743] ; proceedings. [1944.] p. 17-18. [This is 
printed without title. The signature mark reads 599113—44.] | 

J 1.76 : V 348/3 

Wallace, David W. No. 105, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
David W. Wallace v. United States, on petition for writ of certiorari to circuit 
court of appeals for 2d circuit; brief for United States in opposition. [1944.] 
cover title, i+12 p. t J 1-78 : W 155/4 

Ward, Montgomery, & Co., Inc. Brief for appellants. United States Court of 
Appeals, District of Columbia, no. 8732, National War Labor Board et al. v. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., Incorporated, appeal from District Court of United 
States for District of Columbia. [1944.] cover title, i + 12 p. t J 1.77 :W 215 

Same, Joint appendix. [1944.] cover title, i+125 p. t J 1.77 : W 215/2 

Webre Steib Co., Ltd. No. 148, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Webre Steib Company, Ltd., v. commissioner of internal revenue, on petition for 
writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 5th circuit ; brief for respondent 
in opposition. [1944.] cover title, i +20 p. t J 1.78 :W 39 

Yaeger, Frank J. In Court of Claims, no. 44331, Frank J. Yaeger v. United States ; 
defendant's exceptions to findings of fact and report of commissioner and request 
for special findings of fact. [1944.] p. 21-23. t J1.80:Y1 

Zimherg, Samuel. No. 109, in Supreme Court of United States, Oct. term, 1944, 
Samuel Zimberg and Max Goldberg v. United States, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to circuit court of appeals for Ist circuit ; brief for United States in 
opposition. [1944.] cover title, i+ 17 p. % J 1.78 :Z 65/2 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Law enforcement. FBI law enforcement bulletin. May- June 1944; v. 13, no. 3. 
[1944.] cover title, [2] +1-56 p. il. 4" [Bimonthly. Processed. Text and 
other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] % (available to law enforcement agencies 
only). 
L. C. card 3&-13359 J 1.14/8 : 13/3 

Same, insert, Fugitives wanted, missing person notices, cancellations, v. 13, 

no. 3 ; May-June 1W4. [1944.] [l]+57-95 p. il. 4° [Bimnnthlv. Processed.] 

J 1.14/8 :13/3/insert 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 

Citizenship. Business of our Government, book 1-3, citizenship reader for use 
in public schools by candidates for naturalization : [edited by Frances O. 
Thomas]. 1944. [3 v., 10] +16+24+30 p. il. [Title on cover of each book is: 
Federal textbook on citizenship, business of our Government.] * Paper, 
each book, 10c. • Item 733 

L. C. card 44-41225 J 21.9 : B 96/2/bk.l-3 

NOTE. — These are 3 of a series on the Constitution and Government of the United 
States, developed in cooperation with the adult education materials project of the Work 
Projects Administration, sponsored by the University of Chicago. 

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Citizenship — Continued. 

Business of our Government, teacher's edition, to be used in teaching of 

candidates for naturalization [with suggested references for teacher; edited by 
Frances O. Thomas!. 1944. x+22 p. [Title on cover is : Federal textbook on 
citizeiiship, business of our Government, teacher's edition.] * Paper, 10c. 

* Item 733. 

L. C. card 44-41186 J 21.9 : B 96 

Note. — This is one of a series on the Constitution and Government of the United 
States, developed in cooperation with the adult education materials project of the Work 
Projects Administration, sponsored by the University of Chicago. 

Monthly rrrirw, June 1944 ; v. 1, no. 12. [June 1, 1944.] [2] +14 p. 4° [Printed 
officially.] t Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. J 21.10: 1/12 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

Labor information hulletin, July 1944 ; [v. 11, no. 7]. [1944.] 8 p. 4" [Monthly.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, 75c. a yr., foreign subscription, $1.15. • Item 763 
L. C. card L 34-114 L 1.15 : 11/7 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Child care. Motliers and children come first in good community daycare pro- 
grams. May 11, 1944. 3 p. 4° [Processed.] t L 5.2 :M 85/6 

Children. The child, v. 9, no. 1; July 1944. [1944.] p. 1-16. il. 4° [Monthly.] 

* Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 75c. • Item 744 

L. C. card L 36-94 L 5.35: 9/1 

Childrcti's Bureau Commission on Children in. Wartime. Goals for children 
and youth in transition from war to peace, adopted by Children's Bureau Com- 
mission on Children in Wartime, Mar. 18, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. ( [Children in 
wartime no. 5; Bureau publication 306.]) [Includes list of Children's Bu- 
reau publications related to programs of the Commission.] * Paper, 5c. (in- 
correctly given on publication as 15c. ). ©Item 747 L 5.20: 306 

Participation of youth panel in meeting of Children's Bureau Commission 

on Children in Wartime, Mar. 17-18, 1944 [Washington, D. C.]. May 1944. 
10 p. 4° [Processed.] t L5.2:Y8/7 

Cripples. Report to State health oflScers on crippled children's service ; by A. L. 
Van Horn. [1944.] 8 p. 4° [Processed. Report made at annual meeting of 
Association of State Health Officers with Children's Bureau, Washington, D. C. 
Mar. 23, 1944.] t L 5.2 :C 86/6 

Mortality. Maternal and infant Oiortality in United States, 1942; by Marjorie 
Gooch. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° [From The child, June 1944, v. 8.] t 

L 5.35/a : M 419/3/942 

Travel. If your baby must travel in wartime. [1944.] 24 p. il. 16° ( [Children 
in wartime no. 6; Bureau publication 307.]) * Paper, 5c. • Item 747 

L 5.20 : 307 

LABOR STANDARDS DIVISION 

Safety through management leadership [with list of safety publications ; prepared 

by M. B. Dahl]. [1944.] [2]-l-ii+20 p. il. ([Special bulletin 15.] ) * Pai^er, 

5c. • Item 757 

L. C. card L 44-109 L 16.13 : 15 

Slaughtering. Control of accidents, slaughtering and meat packing. [1944.] 

[3] +25 p., 1 pi 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 44-108 L 16.2 : SI 1/2 

• Organizing for safety, slaughtering and meat packing. [1944.] [2] +6 p. 4° 

[Processed.] t L 16.2: SI 1 

Wages. Collection of unpaid wages ; [prepared by Alfred Acee]. [1944.] [2] +13 
p. (Bulletin 69.) [Reprinted in part from Monthly labor review, May 1944.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card L 44-106 L 16.3 : 69 

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Agriculture. Productivity in agriculture, 1942-43 ; [prepared in Productivity and 
Technological Development Division]. June 1944. [6] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L 2.19 : Ag 8/942-43 

Bakeries. Union wage-s and hours in baking industry, July 1, 1943 ; prepared in 
Division of IndiLstrial Relations. 1944. ii+62 p. il. (Bulletin 778.) [From 
Monthly labor review, Mar. 1944, with additional data.] * Paper, 10c. 
• Item 759 
L. C. card L 40-122 L 2.3 : 778 

Same. ([H. doc. 557, 78th Cong. 2d sess.]) [The document notation has 

been added with rubber stamp.] 

Building. Union wages and hours in building trades, July 1, 1943 ; prepared in 
Division of Industrial Relations [by Donald H. Gerrish, assisted by Annette V. 
Simi]. [1944.] iv+07 p. il. (Bulletin 767. ) [From Monthly labor review, 
Jan. 1944, witli additional data.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 37-66 L 2.3 : 767 

• Same. (H. doc. 502, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Collective bargaining. Arbitration provisions in union agreements; prepared in 
Division of Industrial Relations [by Abraham Weiss]. 1944. [2] +18 p. 
(Bulletin 780.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-107 L 2.3 : 780 

■ Same. (H. doc. 579, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Effect of elimination of unfair labor practices on extent of collective bar- 
gaining; by Emily Clark Brown. [1944.] 12 p. ( Serial no. R. 1654. ) [From 
Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t 

L. C. card L 44-112 L 2.6/a : C 685/2 

Cooperatives. International aspects of cooperative movement [with list of 
sources; prepai-ed by Florence E. Parker, with assistance of Helen I. Cowan]. 
[1944.] 10 p. (Serial no. R. 1660.) [From Monthly labor review, June 
1944.] t 
L. C. card L 44-111 L 2.6/a : C 788/19 

Employment. Employment and pay rolls, detailed report, May 1944. July 10, 
1944. 20 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card L 23-234 L 2.9 : »44/5 

Employment in Government-owned, pi-ivately-operated new war plants ; 

[prepared by Clara F. Schloss]. [1944.] 13 p. 4° [Processed.] $ 

L 2.2: Em 7 

Revised estimates of employment in nonagricultural establishments in 

United States 1939--44. May 1944. 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L 2.2 : Em 7/2/939-44 

State, county, and municipal survey, government employment and pay rolls, 

1929-38. [1944.J large 8" (SCM-118 and SCM-119, abridged.) [Processed. 
Construction and Public Employment Division in cooperation with Work 
Projects Administration.] J L2.13: 118, 119 

118. State of Georgia. [2] +6 p. 

119. State of Idaho. [2]-f5 p. 

Hours of labor. Studies of effects of long working hours; by Max D. Kossoris. 
[1944.] 14 p. il. (Serial no. R. 1653.) [From Monthly labor review, June 
1944.] t L 2.6/a : H 816/9 

Housing. Survey of housing requirements of war workers in Chester, Pa. May 
1944. 8+[8]p. 4" [Processed.] $ L2.2:H8r/2 

Industrial accidents. Accident-record manual for industrial plants; prepared 
by [Max D. Kossoris] Division of Industrial Hazards. [1944.] cover title, 
ii + 18p. (Bulletin 772.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-89 L 2.3 : 772 

Same. (H. doc. 536, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

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Industrial home work. Development and control of industrial homework; by 
Ruth Crawford [with assistance of Anna Berkowitz and others of Wage and 
Hour Division]. [1944.] 14 p. (Serial no. R. 1659.) [From Monthly labor 
review, Juno 1944.] t to^/ t o/o^ 

L. C. card L 44-110 L 2.6/a : In 2/24 

Lal)or Chronology of labor events, Jan.-Mar. 1944. [1&44.] 10 p. (Serial no. 
R. 1G57.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t L 2.6/a : L 113/36/{>i4 

Lalor unions. Directory of labor unions, Feb. 1944; prepared by Industrial 
Relations Division. [1944.] [2]+22p. [Processed.] t ,„„^,,,„,^,, 
L. C. card L 44-36 L 2.2 : L 11/2/&44 

Unionization of clerical and professional workers, 1M4. 1944. 1 p. 

(Serial no. R. 1G61.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t 

^ L 2.6/a :Un 3/15/944 

Laborers. Hourly entrance rates of common laborers in large cities, spring and 
summer of VMS; prepared in Division of Wage Analysis [by Edward M. Kriz]. 
1944. ii+12+ [1] p. (Bulletin 775.) [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1944.] 

♦ Paper, 5c. • Item 759 

L. C. card L 43-54 ^ 2.d . 775 

Same. (H. doc. 548, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Leather. Union agreements in leather-tanning industry, 1943; prepared by 
[Eleanor T. Royer] Industrial Relations Division. [1944.] iv-fl9 p. (Bulle- 
tin 777.) * Paper. 10c. • Item 759 
L. C. card L 44-161 L 2-3 : 777 

Same. (H. doc. 556, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Long.thorefnen. Injuries and accident causes in longshore industry. 1942; by 
Frank S McElrov and George R. McCormack. 1944. ii+53 p. (Bulletin 764.) 
[From Monthly "labor review, Jan. 1&44, with additional data.] * Paper, lOc 

• Item 759 ' t o ^ • -fid 
L. C. card L 44-157 L, 2.3 . < 64 

Same. (H. doc. 425, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

Machine tools. Disposition of surplus machine tools by War Department follow- 
ing World War I [with list of citations] : by Caroline Buck Reeves. June 1944. 
[3]^iv4-47 p. il. 4° (Historical study 75.) [Processed.] t L 2.15: 75 

Monthly lahor revieio, July 1W4. v. 59. no. 1; [Hugh S. Hanna, editor]. [1944.] 
cover title, vi-f 1-235 p. il. [Certain articles are reprinted from the Monthly 
labor review and listed in the Monthly catalog as they are issued.] * Paper, 30c. 
single copv. .$3.50 a vr. ; foreign subscription, $4.75. • Item 764 
L.C. card 15-26485 ' L 2.6: 59/1 

Note The Monthly labor review is the medium through which the Bureau publishes 

its regular monthly rrports on such subjects as trend of employment and pay rolls, 
hourly and weekly 'earninss, weekly working hours, industrial disputes, labor turn-over 
wholesale and retail prines. changes in cost of living, and building construction, as well 
as information on cflllective agreements, industrial accidents, labor legislation and court 
decisions and important labor developments in other countries. Under the present war 
economy regulations, free subscriptions are limited to those requiring it for official pur- 
noses Others desiring copies mav obtai-i tl em from the Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Motortruck drivers. Union wages and hours of motortruck drivers and helpers, 
July 1 1943: prepared bv Industrial Relations Divis^ion. [1944.] iv+38 p. il. 
(Bulletin 771.) [From Monthly labor review, Feb. 1944, with additional data.] 

* Paper, 10c. • Item 759 

L. C. card L 40-146 L 2.3 : . 71 

Same. ([H. doc. 526, 78th Cong. 2d sess.]) [The document notation has 

been added with rubber stamp.] 

Prices in 1st quarter of 1944; [prepared by Melville J. Ulmer]. [1944.] 8 p. 
(Serial no. R. 1662.) [From Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t 
^ L 2.6/a :P 931/7/944 

Shipyards. Eniplovment. labor turnover, and absenteeism in private shipyards, 
1943- [prepared bv Eleanor V. Kennedy]. [1944.] lOp. (Serial no. R. 1655.) 
[From Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t L 2.6/a : Sh 64/20/943 

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Technology. Summary of current technological developments, Jan. 1944. [1944.] 
cover title, 26 p. 4" [Monthlv. Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] % 
L. C. card L 43-187 L 2.17 : 944/1 

Same, Feb. 1944. [1944.] cover title, 24 p. 4" [Monthly. Processed. 

Text on p. 2 of cover.] % L 2.17: 944/^ 

Thailand. Labor conditions in Thailand. 1944. [l]+9p. (Serial no. R. 1658.) 
[Fi-om Monthly labor review, June 1944.] % 
L. C. card L 44-113 L 2.6/a : L 113/52 

Variety stores. AVage rates in limited-price variety stores, spring and summer 
of 1913 ; [prepared by Joseph M. Sherman] . [1944.] 7 p. ( Serial no. R. 1656. ) 
[From Monthly labor review, June 1944.] t L 2.6/a : V 42/943 

SOLICITOR 

Panther Creek Mines, Inc. No. 8442, in circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit, 
L. Metcalfe Walling, administrator of Wage and Hour Division, Department of 
Labor, v. Panther Creek Mines, Inc., appeal from district court for southern 
district of Illinois, southern division, Charles G. Briggle, judge; appellant's 
brief. [1944.] cover title, iii+50 p. t L 21.7 :P 195 

WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIVISIONS 

Posters. Meat, poultry, and dairy products industry wage order [on and after 
Mar. 20, 1944; all lettered poster]. [1944.] 14X10 in. t L22.8:M46 

WOMEN'S BUREAU 

Safety shoes for women workers. [1944.] [4] p. il. 4° (Supplement to Special 

bulletin 3.) [Includes list of Women's Bureau Special bulletins and supple- 

nient>; dealing with work for women.] * Paper, 5c. • Item 780 

L. C. card L41-120 L 13.10 : 3/supp. 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Addresses. The war and the future, address by Thomas Mann [in Coolidge Audi- 
torium in Library of Congress, Oct. 13, 1943]. [1944.] 23 p. t • Item 784 
L. C. card 44-41178 LC 1.14 : W 19 

ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT 

State publications. Monthly checklist of State publications, v. 35, no. 4 ; Apr. 1944. 
[1944.] [2] +137-176 p. 4° * Paper, 15c. single copy, $1.50 a yr. ; foreign 
subscription, $2.25. • Item 804 
L. C. card 10-8924 LC 27.7 : 35/4 

BIBLIOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Turkey, selected list of references ; compiled by Grace Hadley Fuller. Washing- 
ton, 1943. [4]+114p. 4° [Processed.] f (free to institutions only). 
L. C. card 44-41163 LC 2.2 : T 84/943 

CARD DIVISION 

Catalog cards. Handbook of card distribution. 7th edition. 1944. vi+88 p. 
t (free to subscribers to the Card Division service) . • Itenr 788 
L. C. card 44-40640 LC 28.7 : 944 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

Copyright. Catalog of copyright entries, new series. 1944. 
L. C. card 6-35347 

Note. — Issued in 4 parts : pt. 1, group 1, pt. 1, group 2, and pt. 1, group 3, pt. 2, pt. 3 
and pt. 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 as 

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Copyright — Continued. 

follows: Papor, $10.00 a yr. (4 pts. unl)Ound), foreign subscription, $13.00; pt. 1, groups 
1 and 2. and pt. H. cacli $3,00 a yr., foiei;in .subsciiption, cacli !i;3.7.'j ; pt. 1. group :'>. pt. 2 ; 
and pt. 4. oach .fL'.OO a yr., foreign subsi ription.s, pt. 1, group 3, $2.2.5, pt. 2. if2..'i0, pt. 4, 
!i;2.20 ; single numbers, oOe. ; annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year, $2.00. 

pt. 1, group 1. Books, including list of renewals, v. 41, no. 3. iii + 40-58 p. [Monthly.] 
# Item 794 LC 3.6/1 : 41/1-3 

pt. 1, group 3. Dramatic compositions, motion pictures, including list of renewals, v. 17, 
no. 3. ii+ [1] +27-40 p. [Monthly.] # Item 796 LC 3.6/1 : 17/3-3 

Same, v. 17, no. 4. iii + 41-57 p. [Monthly. « Item 796 

LC 3.6/1 : 17/3-4 

pt. 3. Musical compositions, includinjr list of renewals, v. 39, no. 2. iv + 97- 

296 p. [Monthly.] « Item 798 LC 3.6/3: 39/2 

pt. 4. Worlds 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 articles of mer- 
chandise, including list of renewals, v. 39, no. 3. iii + 49-71 p. 
[Monthly.] • Item 799 LC 3.6/4 : 39/3 

Report. 46th annual report of register of copyriglits, fiscal year 1943. 1944. 
ii+13p. t • Item 792 

L. C. card 10-35017 LC 3.1 : 943 

LAW LIBRARY 

Cnha. Guide to law and legal literature of Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Haiti ; 
by Crawford M. Bishop and Auyda Marchant. 1944. is+276 p. large 8° 
(Library of Congress. [Latin American series 3].) * Cloth, $1.75. • Item 784 
L. C. card 44r^ll73 LC1.16:3 

MARITIME COMMISSION 

Victory fleet, digest of production news with suggestion bulletins, July 3-31, 1944; 
V. 3, no. 1-5. [1944.] Each 4 p. il. 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t (limited dis- 
tribution ) . MC 1.24 : 3/1-5 

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

Report. Report of National Academy of Sciences, fiscal year 1942-43. 1944. 
viii+165 p. * Paper, 25c. • Item 828 
L. C. card 15-10608 NA 1.1 : 943 

Same. (S. doc. 160, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Boundary layer. Integral methods in theory of boundary layer [with list of 
references], by L. G. Loitsianskii ; [translation by S. Reiss from] Institute of 
Mechanics of USSR Academy of Sciences, Applied mathematics and mechanics, 
V. 5, no. 3, 1941. Washington, July 1944. cover title, 2S leaves, 4° (Technical 
memorandum 1070.) [Processed.*] t Y 3. N 21/5 : 8/1070 

NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

Buildings and equipment for archives. [June 1944.] cover title, 32 p. (Bulletins 
of National Archives no. 6; [Publication 44-21.] ) [This publication bears also 
the vohuue paging 149-180. Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] t • Item 835 

. L. C. card A 44-1048 AE 1.3 : 6 

National -Irc/i/rcs faces the future; [by] Edward G. Campbell. [1944.] p. 441- 
445. ([Publication 44-18.}) [Processed. Reprinted by National Archives 
from American historical review, v. 49, no. 3, Apr. 1944.] t AE1.2:Ar2/5 > 



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FEDERAL REGISTER DIVISION 

Note. — The archivist of the United States acting through this division established by 
him under the provisions of the Federal Register act (49 Stat. 500, as amended ; 44 U. S. C, 
and .supp. 301 et seq.), is charged with the custody and, together with the Public Printer, 
with, the prompt aud uniform printing and distribution of the documents required or 
authorized to be publi.'hed under sec. 5 of this act. Such documents required or authorized 
to be so published are printed and distributed forthwith by the (Jovernment Printing Office 
in a serial publication designated the Federal register. The daily issues of the F'ederal 
register are, in effect, daily supplements to the Code of Federal regulations, and regulatory 
documents published therein follow the Code arrangement. 

Code of Federal regulations. Cuiutilative stipplemeut to Code of Federal regula- 
tions of United States, containing codification of doctiments of general appli- 
cability and legal effect isstied by Federal agencies and filed with Division of 
Federal Register during the period June 2, 1938-June 1, 1943, including Presi- 
dential proclamation?, Executive orders, and other Presidential documents in 
full text, with ancillaries and index : [book 6] ; Title 28-32. 1944. x+8467- 
94S5+X p. * Cloth, $3.00. • Item 836. AE 2.10 : 938-43 bk.6 

Note. — This supplement should be used not only in conjunction with the 1st edition of 
the Code of Federal regulations, but also in C(mjunetion with supplements Issued 
subsequent to June 1, 1943, and with the daily issues of the Federal register. 

Federal register. Federal register, v. 9, no. 131-151; July 1-29, 1944. [1944.] 
p. 7291-9185, 4° [Daily except Sunday, Monday, and day following a legal 
holiday.] 
L. C. card 36-26246 . AB 2.7 : 9/131-151 

Note. — The Federal register publishes (1) all Presidential Proclamations; and all Ex- 
ecutive orders, except such as have no general applicability or legal effect or are effective 
only against Federal agencies or persons in their capacity as officers, agents or em- 
ployees thereof ;^it also contains all E.xecutive orders establishing, amending or revoking 
civil service rules, and all Executive orders containing a direction for publication thereof ; 
(2) such documents or classes of documents as the President shall determine from time 
to time have general applicability and legal effect ; and (3) such documents or classes 
of documents as may be required so to be published by act of the Congress. From Mar. 14, 
1936, through July 31, 1944, one hundred and ninety-six (196) agencies have submitted 
documents for publication in the Federal register. Suitable indexes are issued monthly, 
quarterly, and annually. The bound volumes of th/e Federal register were discontinued on 
June 3, 1938, and have been replaced by the annual supplements to the Code of Federal 
regulations. 

The Federal register is sold by the Superintendent of Documents on the following 
terms: Single copy, 15c, minimum (price varies in proportion to size) ; $1.50 per month; 
$15.00 per year. Subscriptions are payable in advance. Send remittances to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

Same, v. 9, nos. 66-130, index, Apr.-.June 1944. [1944.] 67 p. 4° 

AE 2.7 : 9/66-130/ind. 

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK ADMINISTRATION 

Federal home loan bank review. Federal home loan bank review, Washington, 
D. C, June 1944; v. 10, no. 9. [1944.] [l]-f 232-258 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.60. • Item 454 

L. C. card 34-28163 NHA 3.8 : 10/9 

Note.- — The Federal home loan bank review is the Administration's medium of com- 
munication with member institutions of the Federal home loan bank system and is the only 
official organ or periodical publication of the Administration. The Review will be sent 
to all member institutions witliput charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from 
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at 
the prices stated above. 

Same, July 1944 ; v. 10, no. 10. [1944.] [1] +260-290 p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 

• Item 454 NHA 3.8 : 10/10 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 

Insvred mortgage portfolio, v. 8, no. 4; 2d quarter 1944. [1944.] 40 p. il. 4* 
[This issue is entitled FHA, 10th anniversary, 1934-1944.] * Paper, 20c, single 
copy, 75c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 95c. • Item 462 

L. C. card 36-26561 NHA 2.8 : 8/4 

Note. — The Insured mortgage portfolio is the Federal Housing Administration's 

medium of communication with financial institutions which are approved or eligible for 

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950 Government Publications 

Insured viortyage portfolio — Continued. 

participation in the insured mortgage system. The Portfolio will be sent to these with- 
out charge. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Government I'rintiiig Office, Washington 25, D. C, at the prices stated above. 

Loans. Property improvement loans under title 1 of national housing act, as 
amended, regulations effective July 1, 1944. [1944.] iii+32 p. (FH-S».) 
t • Item 4G6 
L. C. card 44-41242 , NHA 2.6 : L 78/944 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

Note. — The bound volumes of decisions and orders are sold by the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at various prices, depending 
upon the size of the volume. 

Clinchfield Coal Corporation. No. 5222, in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, • 
National Labor Relations Board v. Clinchfield Coal Corporation, on petition for 
enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; reply brief for Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, 25 p. t LR 1.9 : C 615/3 

Decisions and orders of National Labor Relations Board, v. 53, Oct. 23-Dec. 21, 
1943. 1944. xviii+l-4a+ 5-1498 p. * Cloth, $2.00. • Item 844 
L. C. card 37-26136 LR 1.8 : 53 

Draper Corporation. No. 5239, in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit. National 
Labor Relations Board v. Draper Corporation, on petition for enforcement of 
order of National Labor Relations Board ; reply brief for National Labor Re- 
lations Board. [1944.] cover title, i-f 12 p. $ _ LR 1.9 : D 791/3 

Engineering d Research Corporation. Appendix to petitioner's brief, in circuit 
court of appeals for 4th circuit, no. 5256, National Labor Relations Board v. 
Engineering & Research Corporation, on petition for enforcement of order of 
National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, iii-f95 p. t 

LR 1.9 : En 33/2 

Ever Ready Label Corporation. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. National 
Labor Relations Board v. Ever Ready Label Corporation, on petition for en- 
forcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National Labor 
Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, ii+20 p. t LR 1.9 :Ev 24/2 

No. — in circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. National Labor Relations 

Board v. Ever Ready Label Corporation, petition for enforcement of order of 
National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, 7 p. t LR1.9:Ev24 

Famous-Barr Co. No. 12840, in circuit court of appeals for 8th circuit, National 
Labor Relations Board v. May Department Stores, doing business as Famous- 
Barr Company, on petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations 
Board; brief for National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, 
iv+24 p. t LR1.9:F211 

Same, Appendix to petitioner's brief. [1944.] cover title, i-}-47 p. t 

LR 1.9 : F 211/2 

Ideal Leather Novelty Co. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. National 
Labor Relations Board v. Morris Seifer and Yetta Seifer, individually and as 
co-partners, doing business as Ideal Leather Novelty Company, on petition for 
enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, ii+20 p. t LR 1.9: Id 2/2 

Lumber & Sawmill Workers Union. Reply brief of petitioners. United States 
Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, no. 8746, Harry A. Millis, indivdually 
and as chairman and member of Natfonal Labor Relations Board, Gerard D. 
Reilly. individually and as member of National Labor Relations Board, and 
John M. Houston, individually and as member of National Labor Relations 
Board, v. Inland Empire District Council, Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union, 
Lewiston, Idaho, et al., special appeal from order of District Court of United 
States for District of Columbia denying petitioners' motion to dismiss com- 
plaint. [1944.] cover title, 6 p. % LR 1.9 :L 97/2 

St. Marys Sewer Pipe Co. No. 8678, In circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, 
National Labor Relations Board v. St. Marys Sewer Pipe Company, on petition 

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St. Marys Sewer Pipe Co. — Continued, 
for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National 
Labor Relations Board. [1944.] cover title, i+18 p. t LR1.9:Sa24 

Appendix to petitioner's brief, in circuit court of appeals for 3d circuit, 

no. — , National Labor Relations Board v. St. Marys Sewer Pipe Company, on 
petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board. [1944.] 
cover title, ii+124 p. t LR 1.9 : Sa 24/2 

Standard Gage Co., Inc. In circuit court of appeals for 2d circuit. National Labor 
Relations Board v. Standard Gage Company, on petition for enforcement of order 
of National Labor Relations Board ; brief for National Labor Relations Board. 
[1944.] cover title, ii +21 p. $ LR 1.9 : St 24/12 

—— Same ; petition for enforcement of order of National Labor Relations Board. 
[1944.] cover title, 5 p. % LR 1.9 : St 24/11 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Navy regulations. United States Navy regulations, 1920. Reprinted 1944, with 
all changes up to and including no. 24. xi+133+845+ [83] p. [Issued in loose- 
leaf form. The 83 pages bear duplicate ifumbers with the addition of sui^erior 
numbers and each follows its corresponding number in the main pagination. 
Certain pages in the 845 group of pages have been purposely omitted from this 
reprint.] * Paper, $1.50. • Item 858 
L. C. card 44-41280 N 1.11/1 : 920/6 

Posters. Keep cigarettes and matches out of trash container; safety poster. 
1944. 22X17 in. [Illustrator, Thorndike.] t N 1.31/2 :C 48 

Load trucks evenly and according to capacity ; safety poster. 1944. 

21.9X17 in. [Illustrator, Thorndike.] t « N 1.31/2: T76 

IMake ladders secure ; safety poster. 1944. 21.9X 17 in. J N 1.31/2 : L 12 

— — Running in work areas is strictly forbidden; safety poster. 1944. 22X17 
in. t N 1.31/2 :R 87 

This is what we're working for ! [poster]. [1944.] 17X11 in. % 

N 1.31 : W 89 
COAST GUARD 

Coast Guard bulletin, v. 2, no. 25; July 1944. [1944.] p. 301-311. [Monthly.] 
t • Item 1061 
L. C. card 39-29105 N 24.11 : 2/25 

Merchant Marine Council. Proceedings of Merchant Marine Council, v. 1, no. 6; 
June 1944. [1944.] p. 113-136, il. 4° [Monthly.] t • Item 1063 

N 24.32 : 1/6 

SPARS. Facts about SPARS. [Revised edition.] [1^4.] [24] p. 11. t 
• Item 1063. 
L. C. card 44-41243 N 24.2 : Sp 2/2/944 

MARINE 'corps 

Orders. Marine Corps order 197 ; May 12, 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Issued with per- 
forations. Supersedes Marine Corps order 191, Nov. 3, 1943.] t N 9.9/3 : 197 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU 

Naval medical huUctin. United States naval medical bulletin, v. 43, no. 1 ; July 
1944. 1944. vii4-l-207p.il. (Publications Division.) [Monthly.] * Paper, 
35c. single copy, $4.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $5.00. • Item 880 
L. C. card 8-35095 N 10.11/1 : 43/1 

NAVAL OPERATIONS OFFICE 

Frontogenetic regions in the Far East [with list of references] ; by Hsia-Chien 
Huang. [Mar.] 1944. iv+56 p. il. 4° (Aerology Section.) t • Item 894 
L. C. card 44-41074 N 27.2 : F 22 

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952 Government Publications 

HYDROGKAPHIC OtTICE 

Note. — The charts, sailing directions, and lipht lists of the Hydrographic Office, for 
the duration of the war, will be sold only by the Hydrographic Office, Navy Department, 
Washington, D. C, and the Hydrographic Distributing Offices located in the principal 
seaports of the United States. Certain standard manuals of the Hydrographic Office are 
sold by agents at the principal American seaports and lalte ports, and are also available 
through tlie Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 2.'5, 
D. C, at list price. Copies of list of pu)>lications, weekly Hydrographic bulletins, and 
Notices to mariners are supplied free only to those having definite need therefor, on appli- 
cation to tlie Hydrographic Office, Navy Dejjartment, Washington, D. C, and at the branch 
Hydrographic Offices in Hoston, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah, 
New Orleans, Galveston, Sap Francisco, San Pedro, Calif., San .luan, P. R., Captain of the 
Port, Panama Canal, Portland (Oreg.), Seattle, Honolulu, T. H., Chicago, Cleveland, 
Buffalo, Sault Ste. Marie, and Duluth. 

Borneo [with list of sources]. Apr. 1944. iii+70 p. map, 4° (Gazetteer 8; 
H. O. ini.'jc. no. 10.888.) t Paper, 50c. • Item 867 
L. C. card 44-41244 N 6.33 : 8 

Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian Islands. Nov. 1943. iv-f51 p. il. 4° (Gazetteer 
4; H. O. misc. no. 10,884.) t Paper, 50c. • Item 867 
L. C. card 44-41245 N 6.33: 4 

Hydrographic hullctin, no. 2860-64; July 1-29, 1944. [1944.] Each 1 p. f or 
large 4° [Weekly.] t * N 6.3 : 2860-2864 

Notice to mariners, no. 27-31; Julv 1-29, 1944. [1944.] [xvi] +806-971+ [Hi] 
leaves. [Weekly.] t N 6.11 : 944/27-31 

Pacific islands. Islands of central and south Pacifie (New Caledonia to Sala y 
Gomez, latitude 15° N. to latitude 60° S.) [with list of sources]. Mar. 1944. 
ii+222 p. 4° (Gazetteer 7 ; H. O. misc. no. 10,887.) [Map on p. 2 of cover.] 
t Paper, $1.20. 
L. C. card 44-41246 N 6.33 : 7 

NAVAL PERSONNEL BUREAU 

Information bulletin. Bureau of Naval Personnel informatiou/bulletin, July 1944 ; 
[no. 328]. [1944.] cover title, 72 p. 11. 4° [Monthly. Text and other illustra- 
tions on p. 2-4 of cover.] J N 17.27 : 328 

Navy attitudes. Are you training fighting men? or men who only know how .to 
fight? [every man in Navy nuist have the right Navy attitude]. [1944.] 
[4] p. il. 4° (Instructor training bulletin; Training, Standards and Curricu- 
lum Division.) t • Item 905 N 17.34 :F 46 

Posters. You'll be happy too, and feel so proud serving as a WAVE in Navy ; 
[poster]. n.p.NRB [June 29, 1944]. 40X28 in. t N 17.23/2 : W 36/7 

Training bulletin NavPers 14919; June 15, 1944. [1944.] [2] +56+ [2] p. il. 4° 
([Training].) [Monthly. Includes cunuilative index, Dec. 15, 1943-June 15, 
1944.] t N 17.33 -.19 

NAVAL ACADEMY 

Report of board of visitors to Naval Academy, 1944, Annapolis Md., Apr. 20, 
1944. [1944.] cover title, 12 p. t • Item 886 
L. C. card 8-7222 N 12.1/1 : 944 

ORDNANCE BUREAU 

Naval firepower, July 1944; [v. 1, no. 10]. [1944.] 15 p. il. large 4° [Monthly. 
For men and women of naval ordnance.] t • N 18.12: 1/10 

SHIPS BUREAU 

Compressed air plants. Instructions for operation, care, and repair of compressed 
air plants; chap. 49 [Bureau of Ships manual]. [Revised edition.] 1944. 
[l]+44 p. 11. * Paper, 10c. • Item 913 
L. C. card 44-41226 ^ N 29.13 : 49/944 

Sanitation; chap. 36 [Bureau of Ships manual]* 1944. [l]+6 p. * Paper, 5c. 
• Item 913 

L. C. card 44-41227 N 20.13 : 36/944 

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SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU 

Accounting numhers. Navy appropriations and subheads showing accounting 
numbers. 1&44. [l]+22 p. (Appropriation bulletin, July 1, 1944, fiscal year 
1945.) [Issued with perforations.] $ N 20.3/2: 945 

Government fiuppUcs. Navv Department specification: Acid, hydrofluoric, tech- 
nical ; June 1, 1!)44. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (51A12.) t N 20.6/2 : 51 A 12 
Note. — This and the following specifications are issued with perforations for insertion 
in loose-leaf binders. 

Same : Annunciators, call-bell (drop type) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. 12° 

(17A8b.) [Supersedes 17A8, Mar. 1, 1941, and 17A8a, Mar. 2, 1942.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 17 A 8b 

Same : Awnings, ships' ; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12° (24A6a.) [Super- 
sedes 24A6, June 1, 1925.] t N 20.6/2 : 24 A 6a 

Same: Barometers, mercurial, marine; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 12° 

(18B3d.) [Supersedes 18B3c, Aug. 2, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 18 B 3<1 

Same: Blowers, electric, for cleaning and drying electrical equipment; 

June 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° (17B10c.) [Supersedes 17B10b, Dec. 1, 
1937.] t N 20.6/2 : 17 B 10c 

Same: Boxes, shipping," periscope ; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 1 pi. 12° 

(39B12.) [Super.vedes 65B1, May 1, 1923.] t N 20.6/2 : 39 B 12 

Same: Braid, mohair, black; June 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (TlB.^b.) t 

N 20.6/2 :71 B 5b 

Same: Cement, adhesive, insulation, fibrous; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 

il. 12° (52022.) t N 20.6/2 : 52 22 

Same: Chucks, drill ; Julv 1. 1944. [1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (40Cla.) [Super- 
sedes 40C1, Mar. 1, 1928.] t N 20.6/2 : 40 C la 

Same: Contact-makers (for superheated steam); June 1, 1944. [1944.] 

8 p. 12° ( 17C19. ) t . N 20.6/2 : 17 C 19 

Same : Covers, mattress ; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (27C27c.) [Su- 
persedes 27C27b, Feb. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 27 C 27c 

Same: Cutters, cable, handpower (for electric cable) (shipboard use); 

June 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (41C25b) t N 20.6/2 : 41 C 25b 

Same: Drills, radial, motor-driven (shipboard use) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. 12° (40D1C.) [Supersedes 40Dlb, Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 40Dlc 

Same: Electrical-equipment, explosion-proof, basic requirements for; June 

1,1044. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (17E12b.) [Supersedes 17E12a, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 :17E1 2b 

Same : Fid.s, hand, .sailniakers' : June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4p.il. 12° (41F7a.) 

[Supersedes 41F7, Mar. 1, 1928.] t N 20.6/2 : 4lF7a 

Same : Funnels ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (41F6b.) [Supersedes 

41F6a, May 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 41F0b 

Same : Gages, depth and draft ; Julv 1, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. il. 12° (18G3b. ) 

[Supersedes 18G3a, Aug. 1, 1934.] t N 20.6/2 : 18G3b 

Same: Glasses, gage, flat, plain and reflex, over 125 pounds pressure ; June 

1,1944. [1944.] 6p.il. 12° (13G3f.) [Supersedes 13G3e, July 1. 1938.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 13G3f 

Same: Grinders, drill, floor-type, motor-driven (shipboard use); June 1, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40iG3c.) [Supersedes 40G3b, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40G3c 

Same : Gi'inders, floor-type, combined-wet-and-dry, double-wheel, motor- 
driven (shipboard use) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40G2e.) [Supersedes 
40G2d, Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 40G2e 

Same: Grinders, tool-and-cuttoi-, universal, motor-driven (shipboard use) ; 

June 1,1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40G4c.) [Supersedes 40G4b, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40Q4c 
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Oovernmcnt supplies. — Continued. 

Same: Heaters, electric, radiant; May 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (17H4e.) 

[Supersedes 17H4d, Sept. 1, 1939.] t N 20.6/2 : 17H4e 

Same : Hinges, butt ; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 120 (42H34f.) t 

N 20.6/2 : 42H34f 

Same: Holders, toilet-paper (roll); July 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. il. 12° 

(30H3a.) [Supersedes 30n3, Apr. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 30H3a 

Same: Hose, flexible-metallic, high-pressure; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 

12° (33H10.) t N 20.6/2 : 33H10 

Same: Ho.se, floater, nonmetallic; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. il. 12° 

(33H18a. ) [Supersedes 33H18, July 1, 1941.] t N 20.6/2 : 33H18a 

Same : Hose, paint-or-dope-spray ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 12° (33H19a.) 

[Supersedes 33H19, May 1, 1941.] t N 20.6/2 : 33H19a 

Same: Hose, pneumatic (braided or wrapped); June 1, 1944. [1944.] 

4 p. 12° (33H25.) t N 20.6/2 : 33 H25 

Same: Hose, vacuum ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (33H12a.) [Super- 
sedes 33H12. June 1, 1938.] t N 20.6/2 : 33H12a 

Same : Hose, water, wrapped and braided ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12° 

(33H27.) t N 20.6/2 : 33H27 

Same : Instrument-assemblies, circuit analyzing eqiiipment, volt-ohm- 

milliammeters, and power circuit analyzers ; June 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 
( 17-I-25a. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17-I-25a 

Same: Instruments, electrical-measuring, combustible-gas-indicating. 

portable; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 11 p. 12° (18-I-9a.) [Supersedes 18-1-9, 
Dec. 1, 1942.] f N 20.6/2 : 18-I-9a 

Same: Lanterns, electric, portable, hand or head; May 1, 1944. 1944. 

1 p.l2° (17L14a.) t N 20.6/2 : 17L14a 

Same: Lathes, engine, motor-driven, medium-dutv, 14-inch (submarine 

use) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40L4c.) [Supersedes 40L4b, Nov. 1, 
1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 40L4C 

Same: Lights, operating, electric, shadow-reducing, portable (shipboard 

use) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 13 p. il. 12° (ITLlOb.) [Supersedes ITLlOa, 
Nov. 1, 1943.] t N 20.6/2 : 17L10b 

Same : Machines and equipment, sound-motion-picture, 3o-mm ; May 1, 

1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (17M19a.) t N 20.6/2 : 17M19a 

Same: Machines, milling, imiversal. horizontal, heavy-duty, motor-driven 

(shore use) ; June 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (40Mlla.) t N 20.6/2 : 40Mlla 

Same: Mats, cargo; June 1,1944. [1944.] 3 p. 11. 12° (23M4a.) [Super- 
sedes 23M4, Jan. 2, 1942.] t N 20.6/2 : 23M4a 

Same: Methyl-violet-toner (dry powdered form); June 1, 1944. [1944.] 

4 p. 12° (52M5.) t N 20.6/2 :52M5 

Same: Pipe-covering, thermal-insulation; Jime 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12° 

(32P8.) [Supersedes part of 32P3d, Nov. 1, 1939, part of 32P6, Sept. 1. 1938. 
and part of 32P7, Oct. 1. 1941.] t N 20.6/2 :32P8 

Same: Plastic, transparent, sheet, cellulose-acetate; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 

8 p. 12° (33P40.) t N 20.6/2 : 33P40 

Same: Protractors, 3-arm, metal; Mav 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (18Plc.) 

t N 20.6/2 : 18Plc 

Same : Pumice, ground (abrasive pigment) ; June 1, 1944. [1&44.] 4 p. 12° 

(51P16.) t N 20.6/2 : 51 P 16 

Same: Rope, wire, steel (plow), galvanized (for target-towing hawsers) ; 

July 1,1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (22R6a.) [Supersedes 22R6, Mar. 1. 1944.^ t 

N 20.6/2 : 22 R 6a 

Same: Saws, hack, power, motor-driven (shipboard use) ; June 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 2 p. 12° (40S2d.) [Supersedes 40S2c, Nov. 1, 1943.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 40 S 2d 
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Government supplies. — Coatinued. 

Same: Shaper-planers, motor-driven, openside (shipboard use) ; June 1, 

l&M. [1944.J 2 p. 12" (40S4d.) [Supersedes 40S4c, Mov. 1, 1948.] t 

N 20.6/2: 40 S4d 

Same: Shapers, cranks, universal, motor-driven, 16-incli (sliipboard use) ; 

June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (40S3d.) [Supersedes 40S3c, Nov. 1, 1943.] 
t N 20.6/2 : 40 S 3d 

Same: Ti-icresyl phosphate; July 1, 1944. [1&44.] 4 p. 12° (52T12.) t 

N 20.6/2 : 52 T 12 

Same : Tubes, boiler, charcoal iron, lapwelded ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 

il. 12" (44T14a.) [Supersedes 44T14, June 1, 1926.] t N 20.6/2 : 44 T 14a 

Same: Tubes, electron, power types; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12" 

( 17T21a. ) t N 20.6/2 : 17 T 21a 

Same: Tubing, plastic (elastomer); June 1, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° 

(33T5.) t N 20.6/2: 33 T 5 

Same: Turnbuckles (for wire I'ope) ; June 1, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. il. 12° 

( 12T11. ) t N 20.6/2 : 12 T 11 

Life insurance. Last word on life insurance for men dischai'ged from Navy ; 
[corrected to June 1944]. [1944.] 22 p. il. 12" f • Item 916 

N 20.2 : L 62 

Lubricating oils. Contract bulletin : Lubricating oils for naval service, and other 
departments of Federal Government, fiscal year 1945. [1944.] 28 p. 4" $ 

N 20.18 : M5 

Manual. Change 3S, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts manual ; May 1, 1944. 
n. p. [1944]. i p. [Accompanied by reprints of certain pages (with changes) 
to be inserted in the Manual.] t N 20.13 : Su 7/2/929/ch.38 

YARDS AND DOCKS BUREAU 

Public works. Construction of public works under contracts ; chap. 16 of Manual 
of Bureau of Yards and Docks, revised to May 1, 1944. 1944. ii-|-28p. [Issued 
in loose-leaf form.] J N 21.9/2 : 16 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

Bulletin of Pan American Sanitary Bureau, v. 23, no. 4; Apr. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 
cover title, [2] -+-289-384 p. il. [Monthly. Articles appear in Spanish, Portu- 
guese, French, and occasionally in English.] t PAS 1.3: 23/4 

Vital statistics. Monthly report, biostatistics, epidemiology, no. 4; June 1944. 
[1944.] 13 p. map, 4" [Processed. Spanish and English.] | PAS 1.8: 4 



PAN AMERICAN UNION 



Note. 



OTE. — The Pan American Union sells its own illustrated monthly Bulletin, booklets, and 
other publications, at prices ranging from 5c to $2.00. The price of any edition of the 
Bulletin is 15c. a single copy, the English edition is $1.50 a year, tlie Spanish edition $1.00 
a year, tlie Portuguese edition $1.00 a year ; these is an additional charge of 75c. a year 
on each edition for countries outside the I'an American Union. Address the Pan American 
Union, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin (English edition). Bulletin of Pan American Union, July 1&44; [v. 78, 
no. 7]. [1944.] cover title, [4] +361-420 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 
note above under center head. • Item 922 
L. C. card 8-30967 PA 1.6 : e 78/7 

— — Same. (H. doc. 438, pt. 7, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) 

(Portuguese edition) . Boletim da Uniao Panamericana, julho 1944 ; [v. 46, 

no. 7]. [1944.] cover title, [4] +285-336 p. il. [Monthly.] For price, see 

note above under center head. 

L. C. card 11-27014 PA 1.6 : p 46/7 

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Bulletin — Continued. 

(Spanish edition). Bolotin de la Union Panamericana, julio 1944; [v. 78, 

no. 7J. |1S>44.J cover title, [4J+353-411J p. il. LMonthly.J For \n\it, sec 
note above under center head. 

L. G. card 12-12555 PA 1.6 : s 78/7 

Coffee in the Americas. Washington, D. C. [1944.] 20 p. il. t Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-5868 PA 1.22 : c 65 

Commercial Pun America. Commercial Pan America, monthly review of com- 
merce and finance. May 1944; v. 13, no. 5. 1944. cover title, [23+87-112 
leaves, 4° [Processed. Title is: Present and future economic outlook in West 
Indies, pt. 1, Cub:i.] t Paper, 10c. per mo., $1.00 a yr. (either English or 
Spanish edition) ; foreign subscription, $1.25. 
L. C. card PA 38-8 PA 1.45 : e 13/5 

Same, Spanish. 1944. cover title, [2] +106-136 leaves, 4" [Processed.] 

PA 1.45 : s 13/5 

Havana, Cuba. Habana. Washington, D. C. [1944]. 24 p. il. t Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-40893 PA 1.31 : H 11 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Mail matter. Cost ascertainment : Instruction letter C-a, Consolidation of data 

for copies, pieces, revenues, and weights of publishers' 2d class ; July 1, 1944. 

[1944.] 3 p. t P4.5: C-a/7 

Postal bulletin, v. 65, no. 18733-740; July 4-28, 1944. [1944.] various paging, f 

[Published Tuesday and Friday, except legal holidays.] * Paper, 5c. single 

copy, $1.00 a yr. 

L. C. card 6-5810 • P 1.3: 65 

Postal guide. Miscellaneous Changes for OflBcial postal guide (pt. 2) 1941 edition, 
Changes 86-116. [1944.] 3 leaves, narrow f [Reprinted from Monthly sup- 
plements to Official postal guide, Dec. 1942-Dec. 1943.] t 

P 1.10/1 : 941/pt.2/ch.86-ll6 

United States official postal guide : Monthly supplement to pts. 1 and 2, 5th 

series, v. 4, no. 12; June 1944. [1944.] [2] +103+ [2] p. [Includes Changes 
37-40 affecting United States official postal guide for 1943, pt. 1, and Changes 
137-187 affecting United States official postal guide for 1941, pt. 2 ; also Amend- 
ments (Inserts 225-233) to Postal laws and regulations of United States, edition 
of 1940. Part of the pages are printed on one side only.] * Paper (23 numbers 
Aug. 1943- June 1945), $1.75. • Item 929 P 1.10/1 : 943/12 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

Mail routes. Schedule of mail routes, no. 583, June 12, 1944, 6th division. Railway 
Mail Service, comprising Illinois and Iowa. [Chicago P. O., Apr. 4, 1944.] IGO 
p. narrow 8" $ P 10.12/6: 583 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 474, June 20, 1944, 8th division, Railway Mail 

Service, comprising Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada, Samoa an(? 
Utah. [San Francisco P. O. June 20, 1944.] 140 p. narrow 8° t 

P 10.12/8 : 474 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 569, June 27, 1944, 9th division. Railway Mail 

Service, comprising lower peninsula of Michigan, main line of New York Central 
R. II. between New York, N. Y.. and Chicago, 111., and collateral lines that may 
be designated. A. S. Oilman, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio [June 27, 1944]. 11(5 p. 
narrow 8° t P 10.12/9 : 569 

Schedule of mail routes, no. 185, June 29, 199, ]2th division, Railway IMail 

Service, comprising Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Peerless PTinting 
Co., New Orleans, La. [June 29, 1944]. 88 p. narrow 8° J P 10.12/12 : 185 

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TOPOGRAPHY DIVISION 

Note. — The Division of Topography has on file maps showing all roads used by the rural 
free delivery mail service. Uural delivery routes are shown in detail on county or local 
maps which, with a tew exceptions, are drawn to the scale of 1 : 62,500 or 1 : 63,360 (1 mile 
to the inch). Maps of more than 1,600 counties in the United States have been prepared 
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 roads traveled by rural 
carriers, all post offices within the county at the time the negative was made and all other 
roads, houses, schools, and churches known at the time the map was originally drawn, to- 
getlier with an outline of the drainage. A list of the county niai)s on hie will be furnished 
upon application to the Superintendent, Division of Finance, Post Office Department, Wash- 
ington, D. t\ Rural delivery routes emanating from post offices in counties for which county 
maps have 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 addressed to the Superintendent, Division of Mnance, Post Office Department, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Kural delivery maps should not be confused with the State post route maps 
which are listed in the Monthly catalog for Jan. 1944, page 79. 

PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

Note.— The functions and duties of the Executive Office of the President were established 
by Executive order of Sept. 8, 1939. The principal divisions at present are as follows : The 
White House Office, the Bureau of the Budget, the Liaison Office for Personnel Management, 
the Office for Emergency Management, and the Comnuttee for Congested Production Areas. 

For infornuition relating to the issuance of Executive orders and Proclamations of the 
President see, below, note under Executive orders. 

Air iC(/iilutions. Aiuending paragraphs 6 and 7 of Executive order 9195 of July 7, 
1942, prescribing regulations relating to aerial flights by personnel of Army, 
Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard. July 22, 1944. (Execu- 
tive order 9458.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, 
no. 147, July 25, 1944, p. 8765.] 

Anni/ Nurse Corps. Temporary appointments as officers in Army of United States 
of members of Army Nurse Corps and female dietetic and physical-therapy i)er- 
sonuel of Medical Department, Army. July 10, 1944. (Executive order 9454.) 
[Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 139, July 13, 
1944, p. 7803.] 

Canal Zone. Suspending certain statutory provisions relating to employment in 
Canal Zone. July 13, 1944. (Executive order 9456.) [Not issued separately. 
Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, no. 142, July 18, 1944, p. 7997.] 

Executive orders. 

Note. — The Federal register act (49 Stat. 500 as amended ; 44 U. S. C, and supp. 301 
et seq.) provides in sec. 5 as follows : There shall be published in the Federal register all 
Presidential Proclamations and Executive orders, except such as have no general appli- 
cability and legal effect or are effective only against Federal agencies or persons in their 
capacity as officers, agents, or employees thereof. 

Those Executive orders and Proclamations published in the Federal register will not 
be issued separately, but title entries for such Executive orders and Proclamations, with 
reference to the Federal register, appear above and below. 

The distribution of Executive orders and Proclamations was transferred, beginning 
Mar. 12, 1936, from the Department of State to the Division of the Federal Register, 
National Archives. Free distribution will be only to appropriate agencies of the Gov- 
ernment. The Federal register will be sold by the Superintendent of Documents, Govern- 
ment Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, on a subscription basis of $1.50 per month or 
$15.00 per year. 

Income tax. Inspection of income, excess-profits, declared value excess-profits, 
and capital stock tax returns by Select Committee to Investigate Federal Com- 
munications Commission, House of Representatives. July 11, 1944. (Execu- 
tive order 9455.) [Not issued separately. Appeared in Federal register, v. 9, 
no. 140, July 14, 1944, p. 7843.] 

Proclamations. 

Note. — For information concerning the issuance of Executive orders and Proclamations 
see above, note under the subhead Executive orders. ' 

United Nations Relief and RehaMUtation Administration. Participation by 
United States in work of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administra- 
tion. July 6, 1944. (Executive order 9453.) [Not issued separately. Ap- 
peared in Federal register^ v. 9, no. 137, July 11, 1944, p. 7637.] 

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958 Government Publications 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE OFFICE 

Statistical bulletin, v. 2, no. 6; Dec. 31, 1943. [Mar. 15, 1944.] [2] +8 p. 4° 
[Bimonthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 43-50893 Pr 32.4425 : 2/6 

COORDINATOB OF INTEB-AMERIOAN AFFAIRS OFFICE 

Amazonia. Health and disease in Amazonia [with bibliography] ; compiled from 
Strategic Index of the Americas [by Marianne Schweitzer and John Arm- 
strong]. [1944.] iv-f62p. f° [Processed.] t Pr 32.4613 : Aml/6 

Cooperatives. Survey of cooperative movement in American republics [with bib- 
liography] ; by Albert H. Berman. May 1944. [4] -{-38 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41248 Pr 32.4602 : C 78/2 

Ecuador, snow on equator. [1944.] cover title, [12] p. 11. [Text and another 
illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 954 
L. C. card 44-41196 Pr 32.4602 : Ec 9 

Em guar da para a defesa das Americas, ano 3, n. 9. [Business Publishers Inter- 
national Corporation, Nova York, 1944.] cover title, 40 p. 11. f [Monthly. 
Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of covei'.] % 
L. C. card 44-40456 Pr 32.4608 : P 3/9 

En guardia para la defensa de las Americas, aiio 3, no. 10. [Business Publishers 
International Corp., Nueva York, N. Y., 1944.] cover title, 40 p. 11. f° [Monthly. 
Other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] % Pr 32.4608 : s 3/10 

Indians. Moists Sfienz: The Peruvian Indian [with bibliography] ; translated by 
staff of Strategic Index of the Americas. [Feb. 1, 1944.] vi+144+[l] p. 11. f° 
[Processed. ] % Pr 32.4613 : Sa 1 

Transportation. Inter-American transportation in 1943; by Julian L. Schley. 
[1944.] 17 leaves, 4° [Processed.] % 
L. C. card 44-41249 Pr 32.4602 : T 68/943 

DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION OFFICE 

Tires. How to prevent roadside flat tires through comparative air loss system. 
[1944]. [4] p. 11. 4" t •Item 954. Pr 32.4902 : T 51 

BCONOMIO STABILIZATION OFFICE 

Note. — The Office of Economic Stabilization was established in the Office for Emergency 
Management by Executive order 9250 of Oct. 3, 1942. 

Posters. Here's how to head off runaway prices, follow the 7-key plan to hold 
prices down; [poster], n. p. [1944]. 28.1X20.3 in. t War Information Office. 

Pr 32.6007 : P 93/5 

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PKAonOB CWMMITTEE 

Notb. — The Committee on Fair Employment Practice was established in the Office for 
Emergency Management by Executive order 9346 of May 27, 1943. 

Work. FEPC, how it operates. [1944.] 19 p. (Review and Analysis Division.) 
* Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41250 Pr 32.412 : F 15 

FOREIGN ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION 

Export bulletin. Current export bulletin 175-182; July 8-25, 1944. [1944.] 
various paging, 4° (Supplies Bureau, Requirements and Supply Branch.) 
[Processed.] % Pr 82.5807 : 175-182 

NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD 

Report. 11th monthly report of National War Labor Board [Jan. 1944]. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Mar. 1, 1944. [l]-{-17 p. 23 tab. f" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-^0781 Pr 32.5110 : 11 

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August 1944 959 

Report — Continued. 

12th moutlily report of National War Labor Board [Feb. 1944]. "Wash- 
ington, D. C, Apr. 1, 1944. [l] + 16p. 23 tab. r [Processed.]! Pr 32.5110: 12 

13th monthly report of National War Labor Board [Mar. 1944]. Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 1, 1944. [1] +1-20-1-30-56 p. f° [Processed. No omission 
in text is indicated by missing page numbers.] t Pr 32.5110: 13 

PRICE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 

Addresses. Radio talk by John H. Summers, Columbus district director, OPA, 
May 9 [1944], over Station WCOL. May 22, 1944. 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

Pr 32.4213 : Su 6 

Radio talk of Chester Bowles, OPA administrator, Apr. 11, 1944, over 

WMAL and blue network. [1944] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

Pr 32.4213 : B 68/10 

Talk by A. R. Whitman, director of fuel oil rationing, at 21st annual con- 
vention and war conference, Independent Oil Men's Association of New England, 
Boston, Mass., May 11, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

Pr 32.4213 :W 59 

Text of radio talk by Chester Bowles, OPA administrator, Apr. 4 [1944], 

over WMAL and blue network. [1944] 5 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

Pr 32.4213 : B 68/9 

American Brake Shoe Co. No. 141, in Emergency Court of Appeals, American 
Brake Shoe Company v. Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1944.] 
cover title, 2 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : Am 35 br 

Ar^mour & Co. No. 96, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Armour & Co., an Illinois 
corporation, v. Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1944.] cover 
title, 6 p. % Pr 32.4217 : Ar 55/8 

Same ; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] cover 

title, iii-f 449 p. t Pr 32.4217 : Ar 55/9 

Auth-Loffter, Inc. United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, no. 8735, 
Arthur Cudmore, secretary, Auth-Loffler, Inc., v. Chester Bowles, administrator. 
Office of Price Administration ; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title, ii-f- 
17 p. t Pr 32.4217 : Au 81 

Capitol Foundry Co. No. 120, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Capitol Foundry 
Company v. Chester Bowles, price administrator; supplemental transcript of 
proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] cover title, i+96 p. J 

Pr 32.4217 : C 172/4 

Chesapeake Corporation of Virginia. No. 106, in Emergency Court of Appeals, 
Chesapeake Corporation of Virginia et al. v. Chester Bowles, price adminis- 
trator; brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, i-f34 p. $ 

Pr 32.4217 : C 424/3 

Commodities. Supplement to Directory of commodities and services, index to 
price regulations and jurisdiction of operating units, issue 3, supp. 5, June 15, 
1944. [1944.] [2] 4-51 p. [All references to previously issued supplements 
should be discontinued.] Included in price of Directory. • Item 963 

Pr 32.4206 : C 73/943-2/supp.5 

Dant, Oeorge W. No. 9789, in circuit court of appeals, 6th circuit, Chester Bowles, 
administrator. Office of Price Administration, v. Farmers National Bank of 
Lebanon, Ky., executor of George W. Dant, appeal from district court for 
western district of Kentucky; brief for appellant. [1944.] cover title, ii-f- 
21 p. t Pr 32.4217 : D 235 

Detroit, Mich. No. 42534, in Supreme Court of Michigan, Detroit, a municipal 
corporation, v. Michigan Public Service Commi.^sion, a State agency ; Chester 
Bowles, price administrator, intervenor and appellant, v. [sairfe], appeal from 
Public Service Commission of Michigan ; brief of Chester Bowles, price admin- 
istrator, in opposition to motion of Detroit Edison Company for rehearing. 
[1944.] cover title, 5 p. t Pr 32.4217 : D 484/3 

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960 Government Publications 

Detroit, Mich. — Continued. 

Same ; brief of city of Detroit and Chester Bowles, price administrator, in 

reply to briofs of auiici curiae on motion for rehearing. [1944.] cover title, 
3 p. t Pr 32.4217 : D 484/2 

Economic data. Handbook of basic economic data. Mar. 1944. 134 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed. ] t 
L. C. card 44-40952 Pr 32.4206 : Ec 7/944 

Food and drink. [1944.] 4 p. 4° (OPA trade bulletin.) [This trade bulletin 
covers only the main points of Restaurant maximum price regulation 2, eftective 
July :n, 1944, and does not take its place.] t • Item 963 Pr 32.4244 : F 73 

Foster d Co. No. 140, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Foster and Conrpany v. 
Chester Bowles, price administrator; brief for administrator. [1944.] cover 
title, i+16p. t Pr 32.4217 : F 819/3 

Fuel oil industry letter, Mar. 5-Apr. 30, 1944 ; letter 28-32. [1944.] various pag- 
ing, 4° [Semimonthly. Processed.] t Pr 32.4228 : 28-32 

Gasoline. Facts about black market in gasoline and responsibilities of Govern- 
ment, industry and the public in tight to smash it. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1, 
1944. [2] +18 p. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41251 Pr 32.4202 : G 21/3 

Gillespic-Rogcrs-Pyatt Co., Inc. No. 134, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Gil- 
lespie-Rogers-Pyatt Co., Inc. [et al.] v. Chester Bowles, price administrator: 
brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, i-f 22 p. % Pr 32.4217 : G 412/3 

Handbooks. [OPA is our battle line] : Handbook for war price and rationing 
boards. Jan. 1944. vi+42 p. il. [Text and another illustration on p. 2 and 3 
of cover.] J 
L. C. card 44-40786 Pr 32.4206 : P 93/10/944 

Heinz's Riverside Abattoir. Nos. 102-103 (consolidated), in Emergency Court of 
Appeals, Edward Heinz et al. [co-partners doing business as Heinz's Riverside 
Abattoir, et al.] v. Chester Bowles, price administrator; additional evidence 
submitted by respondent pursuant to orders of court dated June 7, 1944. [1944.] 
cover title, i+24 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : H 365/4 

Housing. Rental housing operation, Jan. 1939- June 1943. Mar. 1944. 25 p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41252 Pr 32.4202 : R 29/5/939-43 

Johnson, Benjamin T. No. 146, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Benjamin T. 
Johnson et al. v. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; answer and motion to 
strike exhibit A attached to complaint. [1944.] cover title, 3 p. X 

Pr 32.4217 : J 63/2 

— : — t Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] 
cover title, i+27 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : J 63 

Marlene Linens. No. 148, in Emergency Court of Api)eals, Marlene Linens v. 
Chester Bowles, price administrator ; answer. [1944.] cover title, 3 p. X 

Pr 32.4217 : M 343/2 

Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] 

cover title, i +28 p. X Pr 32.4217 : M 343 

Mileage. Government mileage administrator, v. 2, no. 4; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 
8 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Printed.] t Pr 32.4229 : 2/4 

Same, V. 2, no. 5 ; May 1944. [1944.] 8p.il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t 

Pr 32.4229 : 2/5 

Petroleum. Crude petroleum price control. Apr. 1944. [21] p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] 1" 
L. C. card 44-41253 Pr 32.4202 : P 44 

Price regulations. 

Note. — Price schofliiles and regulations, amendments, and orders are Issued as pre- 
prints or reprints from the Federal register and do not appear in the Monthly catalog. 
The regulations are compiled anf] printed to include, to date of publication, all amend- 
ments and digests of .vupplcmontary orders thereto, and are entered in this catalog. 
Price schedules and regulations are available from the Printing and Distribution Branch, 
Oflace of Price Administration, Washington 25, D. C, and requests will be filled to include 
all additional amendments issued to date of request. 

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Rationing. Persons with medical food needs (edited and condensed), Rationing 
in wartime, recommendations of National Research Council. [1944.] 8 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t Pr 32.4202 : F 73/6 

Regional administrators' meeting. Minutes of regional administrators' meeting, 

Feb. 14-18, 1944 [Washington, D. C.]. [1944.] [2]+l-214+21G-270 p. 4" 
[Processed.] t 

L. C. card 44-41254 Pr 32.4202 : R 26/944 

Rent. Door-to-door survey for rent compliance. Apr. 20, 1944. [1] +12+ [6] p. 4° 
[Processed.] t Pr 3:;.4202 : R 29/7 

Rent control. [1944.] 40 p. il 4" [Processed.] f 

L. C. card 44-41255 Pr 32.4202 : R 29/6 

Safewag Stores, Inc. No. 149, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Safeway Stores, 
Incorporated, v. Chester Bowles, price administrator; answer. [1944.] cover 
title, 3 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : Sa 17/4 

— — Same; transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] 
cover title, i+69 p. $ " Pr 32.4217 : Sa 17/3 

ScJwols. How elementary schools can contribute to home front economy in war- 
time. June 1944. 12 p. 4" [Processed.] f Pr 32.4202: Sch 6 

Sisk, A. ir., d Sons. No. 5261, in circuit court of appeals for 4th circuit, Chester 
Bowles, administrator, OflBce of Price Administration, v. A. F. Sisk [et al.], 
co-partners, d. b. a. A. W. Sisk and Sons; appellant's brief, appendix. [1944.] 
cover title, i+38 p. t - Pr 32.4217 : Si 82 

Speicher, Walter D. No. 42607, in Supreme Court, Michigan, Walter D. Speicher 
V. Nina Sowell and William C. Suwell, and Chester Bowles, administrator. 
Office of Price Administration, intervening defendant and appellant, Ona Dun- 
lop, receiver of Liesner Engineering Company, appellee, appeal from circuit 
court fur county of Wayne, in chancery, Guy A. Miller, circuit judge ; .supple- 
mental memorandum on appellant's petition for reargument. [1944.] cover 
title, 4 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : Sp 32/3 

Stove rationing industry letter, letter 19; June 28, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] t Pr 32.4237: 19 

Suwanee Fruit <& Steamship Co. No. 116, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Su- 
wanee Fruit and Steamship Company v. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; 
supplemental transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1944.] 
cover title, i+24 p. t Pr 32.4217 : Su 92/3 

Village Apartment Homes, Inc. No. 104, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Village 
Apartment Homes, Incorporated, v. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; 
brief for administrator. [1944.] cover title, i + 12 p. t Pr 32.4217 : v 711/3 

Wells Lamont Corporation. No. 131, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Wells La- 
mont Corporation v. Chester Bowles, price administrator ; brief for adminis- 
trator. [1944.] cover title, i+14 p. $ Pr 32.4217 : W 462/7 

Yeadon, Pa. Before Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, C. 13942, borough 
of Yeadon, C. 13943, John G. Smith, C. 13944, F. Karl Langguth, C. 13945, John 
E. McN'utt, C. 13951, Charles J. Fowler et al. v. Longacre Park Heating Cona- 
pany ; brief of price administrator of Office of Price Administration and in 
behalf of director of economic stabilization, intervenors, and borough of Yeadon, 
complainant. [1944.] cover title, 58 p. t Pr 32.4217 : Y 31 

WAE INFORMATION OFFICE 

Gasoline. Facts about gasoline black market and responsibilities of Government 
industry, and the public in fight to smash it, supplement to Information program 
book, gasoline conservation. June 1944. [12] p. 4° [Prepared in cooijeration 
with Price Administration Office and Petroleum Administration for War.] t 

Pr 32.5002 : G 21/supp. 

Magazine war guide. Magazine war guide, Sept. 1944; prepared by Book and 
Magazine Bureau. [May 25, 1944.] [2] +17 p. il. [Monthly. Processed.] 
t Pr 32.5024 : 944/8 

Same, Oct. 1944 ; prepared by Book and Magazine Bureau. [June 23, 1944.] 

[2] +14 p. [Monthly. Processed.] t Pr 32.5024 : 944/9 

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962 Government Publications 

Motion pictures. War films for war use, 16 mm. sound films (non-theatrical), 
1944-45. [1944.] [2] +20 p. narrow 8" (Motion Pictures Bureau.) t 

• Item 954 

L, C. card 44-41256 Pr 32.5002 : F 48/2/944r-45 

Posters. Advance bulletin of new posters, June-July, 1944. [1944.] [2] p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Two months issued as one publication.] t Pr 32.5027 : 944/6 

Special OWI poster distribution bulletin, supplementing regular monthly 

poster-distribution bulletins. [1944.] 1 p. il. oblong 8° (Distribution Divi- 
sion.) t Pr 32.5027 : 943/supp. 

WAR MANPOWEat COMMISSION 

Apprentices. Evaluating apprentices : Cost of training and value of production 
of apprentices. Apprentice record cards ; [by O. L. Harvey]. [1944.] [2]-|-20-|- 
[2] p. (Training Bureau, Apprentice-Training Service.) [Reprinted from 
Personnel, published by American Management Association.] t • Item 954 

Pr 32.5202 : Ap 6/5 

National apprenticeship program. [Reprint with changes 1944] cover 

title, 8 p. (Training Bureau, Apprentice-Training Service.) [Text on p. 2-4 
of cover.] f • Item 954 Pr 32.5202 : Ap 6/2/944 

Electric equipment. Occupations related to occupations in electrical equipment 
industry. Mar. 1944. [l]-|-69 p. (job family series 1-60; Manpower Utiliza- 
tion Bureau, Occupational Analysis and Manning Tables Division. ) * Paper, 
15c. • Pr 32.5212 : 1-60 

Foundries. Upgrading and intra-industry transfer suggestions for occupations in 
foundry industry. Apr. 1944. [l]-f29 p. 4° (Job family series 1-64; Man- 
power Utilization Bureau, Occupational Analysis and Manning Tables Divi- 
sion.) * Paper, 10c. • Pr 32.5212 : 1-64 

Jobs. Guide for analyzing jobs, analyst's workbook. [Feb.] 1944. cover title, 
[40] p. narrow 12° ( [Occupational Analysis and Manning Tables Division, 
Manpower Utilization Bureau.] ) [Some of the pages are left blank to be used 
for notes and memoranda.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 954 
L. C. card 44-41257 Pr 32.5206 : J 57/7 

Labw market. Adequacy of labor supply in important labor market areas [list], 
July 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] | Pr 32.5217 : 944/7 

Manpower. Placement activities, May 1944. [1944.] 6 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t Pr 32.5218 : 944/5 

Manpower review, oflBcial publication of War Manpower Commission, July 1944 ; 
V. 11, no. 7. [1944.] 16 p. 4" [Monthly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $1.00 
a yr. ; foreign subscription, $1.40. • Item 544 
L. C. card L 35-100 Pr 32.5209 : 11/7 

Precision instruments. Upgrading and intra-industry transfer suggestions for 
occupations in precision instrument manufacturing. Mar. 1944. [1] -|-55 p. 4° 

' (Job family series 1-61 ; Manpower Utilization Bureau, Occupational Analysis 
and Manning Tables Division.) * Paper, 20c. • Pr 32.5212 : 1-61 

Slaughtering. Occupations related to occupations in slaughtering and meat pack- 
ing industry. Apr. 1944. [l]4-44 p. 4° (Job family series 1-63; Manpower 
Utilization Bureau, Occupational Analysis and Manning Tables Division.) 

* Paper, 15c. • Pr 32.5212 : 1-63 

Veterans' Employment Service. 'Resume of activities, Veterans' Employment 
Service. May 1944. [l]+7 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44^1258 Pr 32.5202 : V 64/2 

Vocational counselors. Training of vocational counselors [with lists of selected 
references]. [1944.] cover title, 77 p. (Training Bureau.) [Text on p. 2 
and 3 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 954 
L. C. card 44-41192 Pr 32.5202 : V 85 

Wood. Upgrading and intra-industry transfer suggestions for occupations in 
manufacture of veneer and plywood. May 1944. [l]-fl2 p. 4° (Job family 
series 1-66 ; Manpower Utilization Bureau, Occupational Analysis and Manning 
Tables Division. ) * Paper, 10c. • Pr 32.5212 : 1-66 

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WAB PRODUCTION BOARD 

Business. Loans to small business. [1944.] 16 p. il. (Smaller War Plants 
Corporation.) f • Item 909 Pr 32.4802 : L 78 

Damaged shipments. Manual for inspection of damaged shipments; prepared by 
Container Coordinating Committee with cooperation and approval of Army, 
Navy, Department of Agriculture, Treasury Department, War Production 
Board, Oflfice of Lend-Lease Administration, War Shipping Administration, 
Office of Defense Transportation. Revised May 1944. 1944. cover title, 
ii+4.'i p. il. [Supersedes issue of Mar. 1943.] ♦ Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 44-^1283 Pr 82.4806 : Sh 6/944 

Products and priorities, July 1944. [1944.] vi+172+[l] p. il. 4° [Monthly.] 
* Paper, 20c. single ccpy, $2.00 a yr. • Item 969 
L. C; card 43-50901 Pr 32.4813 : 944/7 

SnwUer War Plants Corporation. Report on activities of Smaller War Plants 
Corporation, letter from chairman of War Production Board transmitting 12th 
report of his operations under act to mobilize productive facilities of small 
business. 1944. v+19 p. il. (S. doc. 223, 78th Cong. 2d sess.) * Paper, 10c. 

WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTR.\TI0N 

Insurance instructions for masters and officers of vessels owned by or bareboat 
chartered to War Shipping Administration and guide for reporting collisions, 
strandings, fires, salvage, and other serious casualties or occurrences. July 1, 
1944. cover title, iii +25 p. 12° (Wartime Insurance Division.) [This booklet 
takes the place of instructions to masters and officers contained in Joint opera- 
tions regulation 2, revised, supp. 1, Wartime insurance instructions 3, and Legal 
bulletin 30.] t • Item 822 
L. C. card 44-ill97 Pr 32.5306 : In 7/944 

Merchant marine. How to get your bearings, information pamphlet for prospec- 
tive merchant sailors. [May 1944.] cover title, ii+22 p. il. [Text on p. 2-4 
of cover.] t • Item 954 
L. C. card 44-41185 Pr 82.5302 : M 53/2 

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

Monthly review, July 1944 ; [v. 5, no. 6]. Chicago, El. [1944.] cover title, p. 97- 
112, 4° [Processed. Text and illustration on p. 2-4 of cover.] t 
L. C. card 40-29247 RR 1.7/2 : 5/6 

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 bound volumes only. 

Registration record, securities act of 1933 (trust indenture act of 1939), July 1-31, 
1944. [1944.] various paging, 4° [Daily except Sundays and holidays. Proc- 
essed.] t SE 1.13 : 944/149-173 

Securities. Official summary of security transactions and holdings reported to 
Securities and Exchange Commission under securities exchange act of 1934, 
public utility holding company act of 1935, and investment company act of 
1940, V. 10, no. 6. [1944.] vi-|-67 p. 4° [Processed. Reports filed with Com- 
mission May 11-June 10, 1944, and reports for previous months not previously 
published.] t 
L. C. card 35-26732 SE 1.9: 10/6 

Securities traded on exchanges under securities exchange act, supp. 3, as 

of Mar. 31, 1944, Changes during Mar. 1944 and Index to all supplements since 
base volume as of Dec. 31, 1943. [1944.] 3 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

SE 1.16 : 943/SUPP.8 

Same, supp. 4, as of Apr. 30, 1944, Changes during Apr. 1944 and Index to 

all supplements since base volume as of Dec. 31, 1943. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t SE 1.16 : 943/supp.4 
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964 Government Publications 

StatistU-al bvllrtin, June 1944; v. 3, no. 6. [1944.] [1]+16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. 
Processed.] t 
L. C. card 43-51997 SE 1.20: 3/6 

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

Locnl hoard mcmornnda. [Local board memoranda, compilation.] [1944.] 
172 p. il. [Includes current Local board memoranda, topical index and tables 
of current and rescinded Local board memoranda, and related material, trans- 
mitted by Transmittal memos through no. 119.] * Paper, $2.00, including 
amendments and supplemental material as issued for one year. 

Y3.Se 4: 13/944 

Transmittal memo no. 120-125, 127, 129, 131-132 [transmitting Local board 

memoranda] ; May 13-June 30, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Is.sued in loose- 
loaf form.] * Paper, nos. 120-125, 127, 129, 131, each 5c. ; * no. 132. 10c. 

• Item 889 or 994 Y 3 Se 4 : 13/120,etc. 

fifeZecf n;e sf rr/co, V. 4, no. 6 ; June 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. large 4° [Monthly.] t 

• Item 992 

L. C. card 41-50044 Y 3.Se 4 : 9/4-^6 

Selective service nuniual. Notice, packet [of pages for 2d printing, 2d edition, 
Selective service manual] no. 44; [July 3, 1944]. [1944.] [47] p. [Issued in 
loose-leaf form. The last 3 pages have been left blank to be used for memo- 
randa.] Included in price of Packet no. 1. • Item 094 Y3.Se4: 7/943-44 
Note. — This packet of pages for insertion in the Selective service manual contains 
Amendments 237—243, and pages 603-5 and 603-6, which have been reprinted but do not 
contain new material. 

Veterans. Information concerning veterans' assistance program of Selective 
Service System, June 30, 1944. 1944. 46 p. [Supersedes issue of June 3, 
1944.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 989 Y3.Se4: 2V64/944-2 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

Note. — In a recent price list, the Smithsonian Institution publishes this notice : "Appli- 
cants for the publications in this list are reqiipsted to state the grounds for their requests, 
as the Institution is able to supply papers only as an aid to the researches or studies in 
which they are enpeciaUii Interested. These papers are distributed gvatift. except where 
price is given, and should be ordered by t'e publication numbcrx. arrange! in srqvenre. 
The serial publications of the Smithsonian Institution are as follows : 1. Smithsonian 
contributions to knowledge ; 2. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections ; 3. Smithsonian annual 
reports. No sets of these are for sale or distribution, as most of the volumes are out of 
print. Special publications are also issued from time to time. The papers issued in the 
series of Contributions to knowledge and Miscellaneous collections are not public documents, 
but are printed in limited editions at the expense of the Smithsonian Fund. They are dis- 
tributed without charge to public libraries, educational establishments, and learned societies 
in this country and abroad ; and are supplied to other institutions, and to individuals at 
the prices indicated. Remittances should be made payable to the 'Smithsonian Institution.' 
A discount of 20 percent is allowed to book dealers. The Smithsonian report volumes and 
the papers reprinted in separate form therefrom are distributed gratuitously by the Institu- 
tion to libraries and individuals throughout tlie werld. A'ery few of t'^e Report' volumes 
are now available at the Institution, but some of those of which the Smithsonian edition 
is exhausted can be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing 
Office, Washington 2.5, D. ('. The Institution maintains in.-iiliiic: lists of public libraries and 
other educational e.«ta1)lishments. l)Ut no (jriirral mailind-list of iiidirifkials. A library 
making application to be listed for Smithsonian publications should state the number of 
publications wbicti it contains and the date of its establishment, and have the endorsement 
of a Member of Congress. 

The only Sinitlisoni.-m publications that are resruhi'-ly issued as public documents are the 
annual report volumes. The publications in the other series have free transmission by 
mail, and. therefore, are Included in the Monthly catalog. 

Barley. Influence of light and of carbon dioxide on respiration of etiolated barley 
seedlings [with list of literature cited] ; by Robert L. Weintraub and Earl S. 
Johnston. Washington, June 28, 1944 [Lord Baltimore Press. Baltimore, Md.]. 
[2]+l<i P- il- 2 p. of pi. (Publication 3769; Smithsonian miscellaneous collec- 
tions, V. 104, no. 4.) t Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card 44-41193 SI 1.7 : 104/4 

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Natural history. Field collector's manual in natural history; prepared by mem- 
bers of staff of Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D. C, 1944. iv+118 p. il. 
small 4° (Publication 3766.) [A rule marked in inches and centimeters on 
p. 2 and 3 of cover.] t P^^per, 50c. 
L. C. card 44-41016 SI 1.15 : F 45 

Pi/rheliometer. Smithsonian pyrheliortfetry and Andean volcanic eruptions of 
Apr. 1932; by L. B. Aldrich. Washington, July 3, 1944 [Lord Baltimore Press, 
Baltimore, Md.]. [2] +5 p. (Publication 3772; Roebling Fund; Smithsonian 
miscellaneous collections, v. 104, no.'G. ) f Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 44-41195 SI 1.7 : 104/6 

Weather predetermined by solar variation ; by ('. G. Abbot. Washington, July 3, 
1944 [Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, Md.]. [2] +44 p. il. 4 p. of pi. (Publi- 
cation 3771 ; Roebling B\ind ; Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 104, no. 
5. ) t PaiJor, 30c. 

L. C. card 44-41194 SI 1.7 : 104/5 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

Oenernl information [and guide to the galleries]. [1944.] 19 p. il. t • Item 
1006 

L. C. card 43-51932 SI 8.2 : N 21/944 

' NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Note. — The publications of the National Museum comprise an annual report and three 
scientific series, viz. Proceedings. Bulletins, and Contributions fi-oni national herbarium. 
The editions are distributed to established lists of libiaries, scientific institutions, and 
specialists, any surplus copies being supplied on application. The Proceedings are usually 
brief technical papers and the Bulletins generally monographs based on the Museum col- 
lections in biology (except botany), geology, and anthropology. Contributions from national 
herbarium are wholly botanical. No sets of any of these series can now I)e furnisheil. 

The Proceedings 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 
page and index will be published for each volume, so that the volume may be bound if 
desired. 

Beetles. Checklist of coleopterous insects of Mexico, Central America, West 
Indies, and South America, pt. 2; compiled by Richard E. Blackwelder. 1944. 
[3] -1-189-341 p. (Bulletin 185 [pt. 2.].) * Paper, 30c. • Item 1008 
L. C. card 44-40783 SI 3.3 : 185/pt.2 

New species of buprestid beetles from Trinidad : [by] W. S. Fisher. 1944. 

p. 397-409. (Proceedings, v. 95; no. 3183.) t • Itenr 1011 SI 3.6: 3183 

Birds. Collection of birds from northern Guanacaste. Costa Rica : by Alexander 
Wetmore. 1944. p. 25-80, 4 p. of pi. (Proceedings, v. 95; no. 3179.) f 
• Item 1011 SI 3.6: 3179 

Copepods. Parasitic copepods in National Museum [with list of literature cited] ; 
by Charles Branch Wilson. 1944. cover title, p. 529-582, 15 p. of pi. (Pro- 
ceedings, V. 94 ; no. 3177.) t • Item 1011 SI 3.6 : 3177 

STATE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — .Ml publications of the Department (except laws, treaties, and translations) have, 
since Oct. 1, 1929, been numbered consecutively in the order in which they were sent to press. 
Publications of a similar character are brought within well-defined sei-ics, and each series 
publication bears a series number in addition to its publication nunil)er. The diplomatic 
correspondence of the United States is published in the volumes entitled Foreign relations 
of the United States. Laws are first published in slip form in separate series ( public and 
I)rivate) and are luunbered within each series in the order in which, they become law ; 
they are later published in hound form in the United Stntes St;itutes at large. Treaties 
are issued in a separate series and are numbered in the order in which they are proclaimed. 
Treaties are also published in the oomnilation 'J'reaties and of'er international nets of the 
United States of .\merica. which contains literal copies of the documents, followed by notes 
of a textual and procedural character. Spanish. Portuguese, and French translations pre- 
pared by the Department's Central Translating Ofllce, have their own publication numbers 
running consecutively from 1. The Department of State Bulletin published weekly and 
indexed semiannually fis of the dates of the last issues in June and December, contains the 
texts of the daily mimeographed press releases, information regarding treaties, and oiher 
material on the Department's work. The Bulletin contains each quarter a complete list of 
the Department's publications for the preceding quarter. 

The list below frequently includes certain relevant publications issued by other agencies 
of thp Government under requisition of the Department of State and certain relevant con- 
gressional documents. 

For information concerning Executive orders and ProdaTuations of the President, formerly 
published by the State Department, but beginning with Mar. 12, 1936, distributed by the 
Federal Register Division, see National Archives, Federal Register Division, Federal register. 

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966 Government Publications 

Addreftse^s. Discurso del Presidente de los Estados Unidos de America, Franklin 
D. Roosevplt. WAshington, D. C, 5 de junio de 1944. [1944.] 6 p. narrow 8° 
( [Tradncci6n de la Oflcina Central de Traducciones ; PublicaciCn TC-187.] ) t 

• It«™i029 816.7:187 

El Dia de las Ain<^ricas. discurso del Cordell Hull, Secretario de Estado de 

los Estados Unidos, Washington, D. C, 14 de abril de 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 
narrow 8° ( [Tradufcion do la Oficina Central de Traducciones; Pnblicaciftn 
TC-1S5.]) t •Item 1029 816.7:185 

O Dia AnK'ricas, alocugao feita pelo Cordell Hull, Secretario de Estado 

dos Estados Unidos, Washington, 14 de abril de 1944. [1944.] 5 p. narrow 8° 
([Traducag da Repartigao Central de TraduQoes; Publicacao TC-186.] t 

• Item 1029 8 16.7 : 186 

Una oportunidad singular, discurso de Adolf A. Berle, jr., Subsecretario 

Auxiliar de Estado de los Estados Unidos, ante la primera Conferenoia de 
Comisiones de Fomento Interamericano, Nueva York, N. T., 13 de mayo de 1944. 
[1944.] 6 p. narrow 8° ( [Traduccion de la Oficina Central de Traducciones; 
Publicacion TC-188.]) f • Item 1029 816.7:188 

Arpmtiva. Wheat, memorandum of agreement between United States, Argentina, 
Australia. Cana<la, and United Kingdom, initialed Wa.shington Apr. 22, 1942, 
effective June 27. 1942; and related papers. 1944. ii+2.5 p. (Executive agree- 
ment series 3S4; [Publication 2140].) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 10c. 

• Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41259 8 9.8 : 384 

Blocked nationals. Proclaimed list of certain blocked nationals, cumulative supp. 
4. June 30. 1944, containing additions, amendments, and deletions made since 
revi.sion 7 of Mar. 23, 1944. 1944. [2] +46 p. ( [Publication 2146.] ) t • 
L. C. card 43-50908 8 1.2 : N 21/944/supp.4 

Bulletin. Department of State bulletin, July 2-30, 1944; v. 11, no. 262-266. 
[1944.] p. 1-130, 4° ([Publication 2148. 2151, 21.52, 2154, 2155.]) [Weekly. 
Beginning with the issue for July 2, the bulletin will bear a Sunday rather than 
a Saturday date.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, $2.75 a yr. ; foreign subscriptfon, 
$4.50. • Item 1014 
L. C. card 39-26045 8 1.3 : 11/262-266 

Canada. Canol project areas, agreement between United States and Canada, 
effected by exchanges of notes ; signed Ottawa Jan. 18, Feb. 17, and Mar. 13, 
1943. 1944. [2] -1-4 p. (Executive agreement series 389 ; [Publication 2135].) 

• Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41260 S 9.8 : 389 

Post-war disposition of defense installations and facilities, agreement 

between United States and Canada, effected by exchange of notes; signed 
Ottawa Jan. 27. 1943. 1944. [2]-|-4 p. (Executive agreement series 391; 
[Publication 2136].) * Paper, 5c. • Item 1037 

L. C. card 44-41261 8 9.8 : 391 

Cultural-cooperation program, 1938-43; [prepared by Haldore Hanson]. [1944.] 
cover title, ii-t-71 p. ( [Publication 2137.] ) * Paper, 15c. • Item 1019 
L. C. card 44-41262 8 1.2 : C 89/2/938-43 

Education. A educacao nos Estados Unidos da America. 1944. vi-|-51 p. il. 4° 
(Tradugao da Repartigao Central de Tradugoes ; Publicagao TC-184.) [Text 
and other illustrations on p. 2-A of cover.] No copies for distribution in the 
United States, all copies sent to South America. • Item 1029 8 16.7 ; 184 

Endocrinology. Aportaciones de los Estados Unidos de America a la endocrino- 
logia; [por] Elmer L. Sevringhaus. 1944. [2]-|-9 p. ([Traduccion de la 
Oficina Central de Traducciones ; Publicati6n TC-3, revisada.] ) No copies 
for distribution in the United States, all copies sent to South America. 

• Item 1029 S 16.7 : 3/2 

International law. Digest of international law; by Green Haywood Hackworth. 
V. 8. • Item 742 

L. C. card 41-50552 8 7.12 : 8 

Note. — The material contained in this Digest does not duplicate that contained in a 
Digest of international hiw in 7 volumes, together with index volume, prepared by 
John Bassett Moore, in 1906. 

V. 8. General index. List of cases. 1944. [2]-f 384 p. ([Publication 2100]) * Cloth, 
$1.50. 

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August 1944 967 

Panama. Lease of defense sites, agreement between United States and Panama, 
signed Panama May 18, 1942, effective May 11, 1943; and exchanges of notes. 
1944. [2] +17 p. (Execnlive agreement series 359; [Publication 2106].) 
[English and Spanish.] * I'aper, 10c. • Item 1037 
L. C. card 44-^1263 S 9.8 : 359 

Peru. Establishment of Inter-American Cooperative Food Production Service in 
Peru, agreement between United States and I'eru, effected liy exchange of 
notes; signed Lima May 19 and 20, 1943. 1944. [2] +9 p. (Executive agree- 
ment series 385; [Publication 2131].) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 

• Item "1037 

L. C. card 44-412&4 S 9.8 : 385 

Publications of Department of State, list cumulative from Oct. 1, 1929; July 1, 
1944. 1944. iii+31 p. ( [Publication 2150.] ) [Semiannually.] t •Item 
1025 
L. C. card 30-26444 S 1.30 : W4/2 

SUPREME COURT 

Civil procedure. Preliminary draft of proposed amendments to Rules of civil 
procedure for District Courts of United States ; prepared by Advisory Com- 
mittee on Rules for Civil Procedure. May 1944. vi + 126 p. t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 44-41174 Ju 6.9/3 : 939/amdt./prelim. 

General Motors Corporation. Transcript of record, Supreme Court of United 
States, Oct. term, 1944, no. 76, United States vs. General Motors Corporation, 
on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals for 7th circuit. [1944.] cover 
title, ii-f89-f[l] p. 1 pi. J Ju 6.7 :G 286/2 

[Journal] Oct. term, 1943. [1944.] iv leaves. [Consists of statistics and ref- 
erence index.] t Ju 6.5 : 943/ind. 

Opinions. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court of United States at Oct. term, 
1943.] [Issued separately.] f Clerk of Court. 

3G6. United States vs. Jasper White, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 3d circuit; June 12, 1944. n. p. [1944.] 8 p. Ju 6.8/la : W 584/2 

493. Carl Wilhelin Bauingartner vs. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of 
appeals for 8th ciicult ; June 12, 1944 n. p. [1944]. 12 p. Ju 6.8/la : li 3ii7 

531. Elmer Ilartzel vs. United States, on writ of certiorari to circuit court of appeals 
for 7th circuit ; June 12. 1944. n. p. [1944]. 11 p. Ju 6.8/la : H 259 

■ Official reports of Supreme Court, v. 321 IT. S.. no. 4. Prelininiarv iiriiit. 

[1944.] cover title, xxii+649-804+xiii p. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court 
at Oct. term, 1943 (opinions, Apr. 3, concluded-Apr. 10, in part, 1944, and 
memoranda of other decisions through June 12, 1944.) This number contains 
table of cases reported in v. 321, pts. 1-4. From United States reports, v. 321.] 

* Paper, 20c. single copy, $2.00 per term of court ; foreign subscription, $2.75. 

Ju 6.8/la : 321/4 
Note. — Includes Amendment of rules of this Court, order, June 5, 1944. 

Same, v. 322 U. S., no. 1. Preliminary print. [1944.] Cover title, v+1- 

232 p. [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. term, 1943 (opinions Apr. 10, 
concluded-May 8, 1944). Text on p. 2 of cover. From United States reports, 
V. 322.] Ju 6.8/la : 322/1 

United States reports : v. 320, Cases adjudged in Supreme Court at Oct. 

term, 1942 and Oct. term, 1943, June 1,5-21, 1943 (end of 1942 term) and Oct. 4, 
1943-Jan. 10, 1944 ; Ernest Knaebel, reporter. 1944. lxvi+836 p. [Also issued 
in 4 preliminary prints; each case also-issued separately.] * Cloth, $2.75 (25 
percent discount to dealers not allowed on these volumes). • Item 1042 

Ju 6.8/1 : 320 

Townsley, Louis. Trauiscript of record, Supreme Court of United States, Oct. 
term, 1943, no. 1086, United States vs. Louis Townsley, on petition for writ of 
certiorari to Court of Claims. [1944.] cover title, i+SO p. % Ju6.7:T666 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

Import duties. Supplement to Changes in import duties since 1930 [and related 
information, revised edition]. July 1, 1944. [1]+16 p. ( [Mi-scellaneous 
series, Feb. 1, 1943, supplement.]) [Processed.] .f TC 1.10 : Im 7/2/943/supp. 

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968 Government Publications 

Wool. United States stock-pile wools, tlieir relation to present wool situation and 
to post-war supplies. Washington, May 1944. cover title, 27 p. (War changes 
in industry series, rei>ort 3.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover. Page 27, 
last page of text, is printed on inside of back cover.] t 
L. C. card 44-41281 TC 1.18 : 3 

TAX COURT 

Note. — The Tax Court reports are first promulgated in leaflet form, designated as 
"advance sheets.'" At the end of each month, these advance sheets are consolidated into 
pamphlet form and published as "advance parts." Later, the advance parts are consoli- 
dated and issued in bound volumes. A list of memorandum opinions is included in each 
volume. Both the advance sheets and the advance parts are sold on subscription by the 
Superintendent of Documents, Uovernmeiit Printing Oflice, Washington 25, D. C. The 
subscription price of the "advance sheets" is .$2.25 per volume, foreign subscription, $2.85 ; 
single copies usually 5c. The "advance parts," or monthly consolidations, are sold as 
follows: |l.25 per volume, foreign subscription, $1.85 (single copies vary in price). The 
price of the bound volume will be given upon application. 

MacDonald, D. K. D. K. MacDonald v. commissioner of internal revenue; Elsie 
C. MacDonald v. [same], findings of fact [and opinion] ; docket nos. 905-6, 
promulgated Mav ;i, 1944. [1944.] lip. ( [Opinion] 96.) [From T. C. Re- 
ports, V. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/96 

Rules of practice before Tax Court; revised to July 1, 1944. 1944. vi-|-28 p. 
* Paper. 10c. • Item 1050 
L. C. card 25-26096 Ju 11.8 : 944 

Schoettle, Edwin- J., Co. Edwin J. Schoettle Company v. commissioner of internal 
revenue, opinion; docket no. 163, promulgated May 5, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 
([Opinion] 95.) [From T. C. Reports, v. 3.] * Paper, 5c. Ju 11.7/a : 3/95 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Deliydration. 1943 summary report on food dehydration accomplished in connec- 
tion with Georgia division vocational agricultural education program in food 
preservation; prepared bv R. H. Tolbert, Loran N. Baker. June 1944. [1]-+- 
4-f[9]p. 4° [Processed.]' f Y 3.T 25 : 2 F 73/943 

Electricity sales statistics, monthly report 111; May 1944. [1944.] [3] p. il. 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] t Y 3.T 25 : 13/111 

Herbs. Economic possibilities of wild herbs in Tennessee Valley [with list of 
references; prepared and compiled by Jacqueline Schermerhorn]. Norris, 
Tenn., Apr. 1944. [2]+54p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41265 Y 3.T 25 : 2 H 41 

Malaria. Water level management for malaria control on impounded waters 
[with bibliography] ; by A. D. Hess and C. C. Kiker. [1943.] 18 p. 4° [Proc- 

GSSG(1.1 i* 

L. C. card 44-41266 Y 3.T 25 : 2 M 29/5 

Mosquitoes. Permanent works for control of anophelines on impounded waters, 
preliminary report with particular reference to Kentucky reservoir of Tennessee 
Valley Authority ; by E. L. Bishop and F. E. Gartrell. [1943.] 11 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed. Read before National Malaria Society, Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 17, 
1^3.] t Y3.T25:15B54 

Natural resources. Industrial research on agricultural, mineral and wood re- 
sources of Tennessee Valley; by R. Brooks Taylor. [June 19, 1944.] 28 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card 44-41267 Y 3.T 25 : 2 Ag 8 

Precipitation in Tennessee River basin. May 1944. [1944.] [2]-|-8-|-[13] p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] f 
L. C. card 38-32755 Y 3.T 25 : 14/944-5 

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AtJGUST 1944 969 

TRANSPORTATION INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH 

BOARD 

Wages. Hourly i-emuneration rates by occupations in transportation industry. 
1944. viii + 127 p. il. 3 tab. ( H. doc. 623, 78th Cong. 2d sess. ) [Includes Bibliog- 
raphy on job evaluation and Bibliography on cost of living.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 44-41202 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Finance. Bulletin of Treasury Department, analysis of receipts and expenditures, 
composition of public debt, prices and yields of Government securities, other 
treasury statistics, June 1944. [1944.] cover title, [3]+All+70 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Processed.] f 
L. C. card 39-26387 T 1.3 : 944/6 

Daily statement of Treasury, compiled from latest proved reports from 

Treasui-y dffices and deiwsitaries, July l-ol, 1944. [1944.] various IJaging, 

narrow f [Daily except Sundays and holidays.] f 

L. C. card 15-3303 T 1.5 : 944 

Treasury decisions under customs, certain internal revenue, narcotic and other 
laws, including decisions of Customs Court and Court of Customs and Patent 
Appeals, V. 79, no. 54-57 ; July 6-27, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Weekly.] 

* Paper, 10c. single copy, $3.00 a yr. ; foreign subscription, $4.70. 

L. C. card 10-30490 T 1.11/2 : 79/^-57 

Note. — The Department has ordered the compilation of bound volumes of Treasury- 
decisions (customs) changed from fiscal year to calendar-year basis beginning Jan. 1, 1945 
(v. 80). Current v. 79, therefore will embrace weekly issues numbered in sequence through 
Dec. 28, 1944. 

War savin.ys bonds. United States savings bonds, series E war savings bonds. 
June 7, 1944. 1 p. 4° (Department circular 653, 2d revision, 1st supplement; 
Fiscal Service, Public Debt Bureau.) t T 1.4/2 :.653/3/supp.l 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY 

National banks. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks, no. 215. May 
26, 1944. 13 p. 4° t • Item 1072 T 12.5 : 215 

FISCAL SERVICE 

PUBLIC DEBT BXJREAU 

Money. Cii'culation statement of United States money, Apr. 30, 1944. [1944.] 
1 p. oblong 8° [Monthly.] t • Item 1091 
L. C. card 10-21267 T 63.207 : 944/4 

Same, May 31, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. oblong 8" [Monthly.] f • Item 1091 

T 63.207 : 944/5 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL WAR SAVINGS BOND COMMITTEE 

Posters. 'Bomberlin' plan. Federal employees are going to buy 10 more Flying 
Fortresses each month with more war bonds, through pay roll savings; [all 
iettered poster]. 1944. 28X20 in. i T1.35:B63 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU 

Income. Statistics of income for 1942: i>t. 1, Preliminary report of individual 
income tax returns and taxable fiduciaiy income tax returns filed Jan.-June 
1943; prepared by Statistical Section, Income Tax Unit. 1944. v+40 p. 

* Paper, 10c. • Item 1105 

L. C. card 18-26569 T 22.35 : 942/pt.l 

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970 Government Publications 

Income taw. Returns by urgauizations exempt from taxatu»n, Regulations 111 
amended to conform to sec. 117 of revenue act of 1943, relating to returns by 
organizations exempt from taxation. 111H4.] 5 p. (T. D. 5381.) [Code of 
Federal regulations of United States, title 2G, Internal revenue, chap. 1, subchap. 
A, pt. 29, Income tax. From Internal revenue bulletin, 1944, July 11, 1944, 
no. 13.] t T 22.23/la : Or 3 

Internal revenue bulletin. Internal revenue bulletin, 1944, no. 13 and 14 ; July 11 
and 25, 1944. 1944. iv+52 i). and v+54 p. [Semimonthly. Include Rulings 
11777-813.] • Item 109S 

L. C. card 22-26051 T 22.23/1 : 944/13, 14 

Note. — The Internal revenue bulletin service for 1944 will consist of semimonthly 
bulletins and an annual cumulative bulletin. The semimonthly bulletlus will contain the 
rulings and decisions to be made public and all Treasury Department decisions (Isnown 
as Treasury decisions) pertaining to internal revenue matters. The annual cumulative 
bulletin will contain all rulings and decisions (including Treasury decisions) published 
during the previous 12 months. The complete bulletin service may be obtained on a 
subscription basis, from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, 
Washington 25, D. C, 10c, single copy, $21.00 a yr. ; toreign subscription $3.75. 

Internal revenue bulletin, cumulative bulletin 1943, Jan.-Dec. 1943. 1944. 

ix+1402 p. [Includes Rulings 11303-590.] * Paper, $1.25 (for subscription 
price see note above). • Item 1098 

L. C. card 22-27420 T 22.25 : 943 

PROCUREMENT DIVISION 

Government supplies. General schedule of supplies : Boxes, wooden and fiber- 
board (cleat- reinforced) and miscellaneous wood products under class 39, Jan. 
1- June 30, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4*" [Processed.] t T 58.8: 39/944 

Same, July 1-Dec. 31, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

T 58.8: 39/944-2 

Same: Hand irons under class 42, July 1-Dec. 31, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 4° 

[Processed.] t T 58.8 : 42/3/944 

Same: class 4, snpp. 1, revised, Explosives and blasting accessories, July 1- 

Dec. 31, 1944. 1944. 11 p. 4" [Processed.] t T 58.8 : 2, 4/942-43/supp.l/rev. 

Same: classes 7 and 14, Gasoline, Diesel oil, and lubricating oil service- 
station deliveries, July 1, 1944-June 30, 1945. [1944.] 12 p. 4° [Processed.] 
t T 58.8 : 7, 14/2/944-45 

Same: class 8, supp. 4, revised. Recapping of tires, May 1-Oct. 31, 1944. 

[1944.] 18 p. 4" [Processed.] $ T 58.8 : 8/943-44/supp.4 

Same : Periodicals and law books under class 35, July 1, 1&44-June 30, 

1945. [1944.] 18 p. 4° [Processed.] t T 58.8 : 35/2/944-45 

FESDEBAL STANDARD STOCK CATALOG DIVISION 

Note. — In the list below, some of the Amendments, dated after Oct. 10, 1933, are for 
specifications issued by the Federal Standard Stocls Catalog Board (now Federal Standard 
Stock Catalog Division) while it was under the Budget Bureau, and for these, the old 
classification T 51.7/8: is retained in order tliat tlioy may be filed with the publications 
to which they belong. The following publications are issued with perforations for inser- 
tion in binders. • Item 1116 

Oovrrnmcnt supplies. Fedei-al standard stock catalog: sec. 4, pt. 1, Quarterly 
supplement, index of Emergency alternate Federal specifications; June 1, 1944. 
[1944.] cover title, 47 p. 12" [Issued with perforations.] ♦Paper, 10c. 

T 58.10/3 : ind./943-2/supp., emer.-2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for aluminum-pigment, powder and 

paste, for paint, amdt. 1; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12" (TT-A^68 
[amdt. 1].) [Sui)ersedes Emergency alternate Fed. siwc. E-TT-A-468, Aug. 
28, 1942.] t T 58.10/3 : TT-A^6S/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for atomizers, hand, amdt. 4; 

Junes, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12" (GG-A-761 [amdt. 4].) [Suijersedes Amend- 
ment 3, Apr. 13, 1940 and Emergency alternate E-GG-A-761, June 23, 1942.] t 

T 58.10/3 : GG-A-761/amdt.4 

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0(yvernment supplies — Continued. 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for binders, loose-leaf, flexible-tape- 
type ; June 8, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12« (UU-B-338.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : UU-B-338 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for binding, cotton, bias-cut, 

amdt. 1; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (DDD-B-331 [amdt. 1].) f 

T 58.10/3 : DDD-B-331/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for bone-black, dry (paint-pig- 
ment) ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (TT-B-600.) [Supersedes part of 

•Fed. spec. TT-B-601, July 22, 1930.] *Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-B-600 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for brass, commercial, bars, plates, 

rods, shapes, sheets, and strips, amdt. 4; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12° 
(QQ-B-611a [amdt. 4].) [Supersedes Amendment 3, Mar. 13, 1943.] t 

T 58.10/3 : QQ-B-611a/amdt.4 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for brass, naval, bars, plates, rods, 

shapes, sheets, and strips, amdt. 3; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (QQ-B- 
636 [amdt. 3].) [Supersedes Amendment 2, July 30, 1942.] f 

T 58.10/3 : QQ-B-636/amdt.3 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for bronze, castings ; May 2, 1944. 

[1944.] 8 p. 12° (QQ-B-691b.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. QQ-B-691a, Mar. 19, 
1937.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : QQ-B-691b 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for brooms, whisk, amdt. 3 ; June 

3, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 12° (H-B-101 [amdt. 3].) [Supersedes Amendment 
2, May 17, 1940 and Emergency alternate E-H-B-101, Feb. 10, 1943.] f 

T 51.7/8 : H-B-lOl/amdt.3 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for brushes, blacking and dauber, 

amdt. 2; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (H-B-131 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Jan. 17, 1944.] f T 51.7/8 : H-B-131/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for brushes, scrubbing, clothes, 

amdt. 3; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (H-B-521 [amdt. 3].) [Supersedes 
Amendment 2, Nov. 26, 1940, and Emergency alternate E-H-B-521, May 14, 
1943. ] t T 51.7/8 : H-B-521/amdt.3 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cards, tabulating, amdt. 2 ; 

June 3, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (G-C-116 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amendment 

I, Apr. 12, 1943.] f T 58.10/3 : G-C-116/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for chairs, operating, dental, motor- 
less, amdt. 2; June 8, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (AA-C-326 [amdt. 2].) [Super- 
sedes Amendment 1, July 8, 1939, and Emergency alternate E-AA-C-326, Apr. 
25,1942.] t - T 58.10/3 : AA-C-326/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for chrome-green, pure, dry (paint- 
pigment) ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 12° (TT-C-2;35.) [Supersedes part 
of Fed. spec. TT-C-236, July 22, 1930.] *Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-C-235- 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for chrome-yellow and chrome- 
orange, dry (paint-pigments) ; May 17. 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 12° (TT-C-290.) 
[Supersedes part of Fed. spec. TT-C-291a, June 24, 1941.] *Paper, 5 c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-C-290 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for chromiinn-oxide-green, dry 

(paint-pigment) ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12° (TT-C-306.) [Supersedes 
part of Fed. spec. TT-C-231, July 22, 1930.] *Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-C-306 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cleaners, vacuum, electric, port- 
able, amdt. 1 ; May 17, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (W-C-421a [amdt. 1].) [Super- 
sedes Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-W-C-421a, Apr. 28, 1943.] t 

T 58.10/3 : W-C-421a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for cloth, tracing; May 27, 1944. 

[1944.] 6 p. 12° (CCC-C-581C.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. CCC-C-531b, Aug. 

II, 1942.] *Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : CCC-C-531c 

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972 Government Pubucations 

Oovernment supplies — Continued. 

Same: sec. 4 pt. 5, Federal specification for combs, plastic, amdt. 3; June 

3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (L-C-566 [amdt. 3].) [Supersedes Amendment 
2, Jan. 24, 1944.] t T 58.1U/3 : I^C-566/amdt.3 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for coolers, drinking-water, elec- 
tric; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 15 p. 12" (00-C-566a.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. 
OO-C-566, Oct. 13, 1939, and Emergency alternate E-00-<.-5(i6, June 25. 1942. ] 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : 00-C-566a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for copper, bars, plates, rods, 

shapes, sheets, and strips, amdt. 3 ; May 27, 1944. [1944.1 2 p. 12" (QQ-C- 
501a [amdt. 3].) [Supersedes Amendment 2, July 30. 1942.] f 

T 58.10/3 : QQ-C-501a/amdt.3 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for drills, electric, portable (ex- 
clusive of high-frequency types), amdt. 1; May 17, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° 
(W-D-G61 [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-W-D- 
661, June 30, 1942.] t T 58.10/3 : W-D-661/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for grapefruit, fresh (California 

and Arizona); May 27. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (Y-G-680.) [Supersedes 
part of Fed. spec. Y-(5-681, Apr. 3, 1934.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : Y-G-«80 

Same: sec. 4. pt. 5, Federal specification for grapes, fresh, amdt. 2; May 

27, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (Y-G-671a [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amendment 1, 
Jan. 28, 1942. t T 58.10/3 : Y-G-671a/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for grinders, bench, electric, 

amdt. 2; May 17, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (W-G-656 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Dec. 18. 1937, and Emergency alternate E-W-G-fi56. Aug. 14. 
1942.] t ■ T 58.10/3 :W-G-G56/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for hose, pneumatic, wrapped: 

Mav 17, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° ZZ-H-499a.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. 
ZZ^H-499, Sept. 5, 1933, and Emergency alternate E-ZZ-H^99, July 7, 1942.] 

* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : ZZr-H-499a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for ii-on, malleable, castings; May 

27. 1944. [1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (QQ-I-66a.) [Supersedes Fed. spec. QQ-I- 
666. Feb. 2. 1932. and Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-QQ-I-666, Dec. 20, 
1941.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : QQ-I-666a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for iron-blue, dry (paint-pigment) 

(formerly designated Prussian blue) ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12" (TT-I- 
677.) [Supersedes part of Fed. spec. TT-P-691. July 22, 1930.] * Paper, 5c. 

T58.10/3:TT-I-677 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for lampblack, dry (paint-pig- 
ment) ; Mav 17, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° (TT-L-70.) [Supersedes part of 
Fed. spec. TT-Lr-71, July 22, 1930.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-L-70 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, 1943 supplement to Federal specification for lamps, 

electric, incandescent, large, tungsten-filament, amdt. 2; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. 12° (W-L-lOle, 1943 supplement [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 1943 supple- 
ment, Amendment 1, May 7, 1943.] t T 58.10/3 : W-I^lOle/943 supp. /amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for leather, upholstery, amdt. 2 ; 

May 17, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (KK-L-291a [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Nov. 29, 1943.] t T 58.10/3 : KK-L-291a/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, floor-polishing and 

scrubbing, electric, amdt. 1; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (W-M-46{i 
[amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-W-M-46a, Aug. 
14,1942.] t T 58.10/3 : W-M-46a/amdt.l 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, food-mixing, elec- 

tricallv-operated, commercial-type (cake and kitchen), amdt. 1: May 17, 1944. 
1944. "^1 p. 12° (OO-M-38 [amdt. 1].) t T 58.10/3 : OO-M-38/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, meat-and-vegetable- 

cutting, electrically operated, amdt. 1; May 27, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" (00- 
M-52 [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-OO-M-52. 
Mar. 9, 1942.] t T 58.10/3: Oa-M-52/aradt.l 

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August 1944 973 

Government supplies — Continued. 

■ Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, slicing, bread, 

amdt. 2; May 27, 1944. [I&i4.] 4 p. 12" (OO-M-66 [amdt. 2].) [Super- 
sedes Amendment 1, Sept. 15, 1942 and Emergency alternate E-OO-M-66, Mar. 
9, 1942.] t • T 58.10/3 : 00-M-66/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, slicing, meat, amdt. 

2; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (OO-M-81 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 
Amendment 1, June 16, 1941, and Emergency alternate E-OO-M-81, Mar. 9, 
1&42.] t T 58.10/3 :00-M-81/amdt.2 

■ Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for machines, vegetable-peeling, 

electrically-operated, amdt. 2; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (OO-M-106 
[amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amendment 1, Aug. 3, 1940, and Emergency alternate 
E-00-M-lOG, Aug. 4, 1942.] t T 58.10/3 : OO-M-10<VanKlt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for matches, safety (wood in 

boxes, paper in books) : May 17. 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 12° (EE-M-lOlc.) 
[Supersedes Fed. spec. EE-M-lOlb, Sept. 9, 1939, and Emergency alternate 
E-EE-M-lOlb, Apr. 30, 1942.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : EE-M-lOlc 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for mopping-outtits, amdt. 2 ; May 

17, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (RR-M-571 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, Aug. 1, 1939, and Emergency alternate E-RR-M-571. Sept. 5, 1942.] t 

T 58.10/3 : RR-M-571/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for motors, alternating-current, 

integral-horsepower, amdt. 1; May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (CC-M-641 
[amdt. 1 ] . ) t T 58.10/3 : CC-M-641/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for mowers, lawn, jxiwer, amdt. 2; 

May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (OO-M-681 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, Sept. 6, 1940, and Emergency alternate E-OO-M-681, July 30, 1942.] t 

T 58.10/3 : 00-M-681/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. .5, Federal specification for needles, hypodermic (for Luer 

syringes), amdt. 2; June 8, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (GG-N-196 [amdt. 2].) 
[Supersedes Amendment 1, June 16, 1941 and Emergency alternate E-GG- 
N-196, Sept. 15, 1942.] f T 58.10/3 : GG-N-196/amdt.2 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for ocher, yellow, dry (paint- 
pigment) ; Mav 1-7, 1944. [1944.] 7 p. 12° (TT-0-121.) [Supersedes part 
of Fed. spec. TT-O-111, Mar. 31, 1931.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : TT-O-121 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for packing, asbestos, sheet, com- 

pre.ssed; Mav 2, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12° (HH-P-46a.) [Supersedes Fed. 
sijec. HH-P-46, May 27, 1930, and Emergency alternate E-HH-P-46. Feb. 20, 
1943.] * Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : HH-P-46a 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for palms, sewing (sailmakers' 

and !=addlers') ; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 9 p. 11. 12" (KK-P-91.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : KK-P-91 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for paper, chart, 100 pprcent, 

lithograph-finish, white, amdt. 1; May 17, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12° (UU-P-171a 
[amdt. 1].) t T 58.10/3 : UU-P-17a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for pipe, steel and ferrous alloy, 

for bending, flanging, etc. (iron-pipe size) ; Jmie 3, 1944. ^1944.] 14 p. 12" 
(WW-P-404.) [Supersedes part of Fed. spec. WW-P-403a, Dec. 28, 1939.] 
* Paper, 5c. T 58.10/3 : WW-P-404 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for pipe, steel and ferrous alloy, 

for ordinary uses (iron-pipe size) ; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 15 p. 12° (W^W-P- 
406.) [Supersedes part of Fed. spec. WW-P-403a, Dec. 28, 1939.] * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : WW-P-406 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for rope, wire, amdt. 6; May 17, 

1944. [1944.] 10 p. il. 12° (RR-R-571 [amdt. 6].) [Supersedes Amend- 
ment 5, June 2, 1942. and Emergency alternate E-RR-R-571, Jan. 28, 1943.] t 

T 51.7/8 : RR-R-571/amdt.6 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for sacks, paper, shipping, amdt. 

May 27, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 12° (UU-S-48 [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes 

Amendment 1, Mar. 15, 1944.] t T 58.10/3 : UU-S-48/amdt.2 

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k 2; 



974 Government Publications 

Oovernment supplies — Continued. 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specitication for shellac, orange, amdt. 1 ; May 

27, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 12" (TT-S-271 [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency 
alternate Fed. spec. E-TT-S-271, Apr. 25, 1942.] t 

T 51.7/8 : 'TT-S-271/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for soap, grit, cake, amdt. 2; May 

17, 1944. [1{M4.] 3 p. 12" (P-S-571a [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes Amendment 
1, Apr. 14, 1943.] t T 58.10/3 : P-S-571a/amdt.2 

Same : sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for syringes, all-glass, Luer, amdt. 

1; June 8, 1944. 1M4. 1 p. 12" (GG-S-921a [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes 
Emergency alternate Fed. spec. E-GG-S-921a, Aug. 28. 1942.] t 

T 58.10/3 : GG-S-921a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specifitation for thread, linen, amdt. 1; May 

27, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 12" (V-T-291a [amdt. 1].) [Supersedes Emergency 
alternate Fed. spec. E-V-T-291a, June 30, 1942.] t 

T 51.7/8 : V-T-291a/amdt.l 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for ultramarine blue, dry (paint- 
pigment) ; May 17, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12° (TT-U-450.) [Supersedes 
part of Fed. spec. TT-U-451a, Feb. 25, 1942.] * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : TT-U-450 

Same: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification for washers, bedpan, steam- 
flushing; May 2, 1944. [1944.] 5 p. 12" (GG-W-101.) * Paper, 5c. 

T 58.10/3 : GG-W-101 

• Supplement 30 and 31 to Index of Federal specifications revised Dec. 1, 

1943 ; July 8 and 17, 1944. [1944.] Each 2 p. 4" [Processed.] f 

T 58.10/3 : ind./942-3/supp.30, 31 

WAR FINANCE DIVISION 

Freedom. These are their words on freedom vs. tyranny, excerpts from broad- 
cast launching 5th war loan. [1944.] 14+ [1] p. t • T66.2:F87 

Minute man, v. 3, no. 22 and 23 ; July 1 and 15, 1944. [1944.] Each 16 p. il. 4" 
[Semimonthly.] J • T 66.7 : 3/22, 23 

Paintings. Army at war, graphic record by American artists, paintings and 
drawings lent by War Department to Treasury Department. [1944.] 44 p. 
il. 4" t • 
L. C. card 44-41177 T 66.2 : Ar 5/2 

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 

Decisions. Administrator's decisions. Veterans Administration, no. 565-572; 
June 28- July 27, 1944. [1944.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] J 

VA 1.8 : 565-572 

Life insurance. Continuance of national service life insurance, information for 
veterans of World War II. July 1944. cover title, 24 p. 16° (Insurance form 
15a5.) t • Item 1124 
L. C. card 44-41268 VA 1.2 : L 62/9/944 

WAR CONTRACTS PRICE ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Note. — The War Contracts Price Adjustment Board was created by Public law 235, 78th 
Congress (H. R. 3G87, which became law Feb. 25, 1944). 

Renegotiation regulations, fiscal years ending after June 30, 1943. [1944.] 

[293] p. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, $2.00, ineluding 12 monthly 
supplements. • Item 1131 

L. O. card 44-41269 Y 3.W 19/6 : 6 R 29 

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August 1944 



975 



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. # Item 1129 



1-10. 

35-150. 

35-1760. 

35-1920. 

35-2490. 
35-2G40. 

35-0300. 

40-20. 

40-305. 

40-310. 
40-405. 
45-80. 

55-110. 

55-120. 
55-150. 
55-160. 

55-165. 

55-360. 

210-65. 

310-50. 

310-80. 

310-100. 

310-200. 
345-10. 
345-15. 
345-400. 

345-900. 
380-5. 



Army regulations ; 
[1944.] 27 1). 



List of current and suspended pamphlets ; July 1, 1944. 
[Supersedes AH 1-10, Jan. 1, 1944. J * Paper. lOc. 

W 1.6 : 1-10/33 

Finance Department : Advances of public funds under subsistence expense 
• act of 1920, Changes 1 ; June 26, 1944. 1944. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. 

W1.6 :35-150/5/ch.l 

Same : Pav of retired commissioned and warrant officers, Changes 6 ; July 

14, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 35-1760, Changes 5, May 18, 

1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 35-1760/7 /ch.O 

Same : Pay and allowances of contract surgeons ; July 6, 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. [Supersedes AK 35-1920, July 24, 1942.] * Paper, 5e. 

W 1.6 : 35-1920/4 
Same: Mustering-out payments; June 15, 1944. [1944.] 15 p. [Super- 
sedes Circulars 50, 123, and 138, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 35-2490 
Same: Pay of retired enlisted men. Changes 2; .Inly 15, 1944. [1944.] 
2 p. [Supersedes AR 35-2640, Changes 1, Mar. 9, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 35-2640/G/ch.2 

Same : Procurement of supplies, services, and rentals by organizations away 

from home stations. Changes 2 ; June 20, 1944. 1944. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 35-6300/2/ch.2 
Medical Department : Army Nurse Corps, general provisions. Changes 6 ; 
June 22, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 40-20, Changes 1-5, Apr. 
30, 1943-Jan. 5, 1944, and sec. 1, Circular 84, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 4U-20/6/.ch.6 

Same : Service command and department laboratories, Changes 2 ; July 5, 

1944. 1944. 1 p. [Supersedes AR 40-305, Changes 1, May 31, 1943.] 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 40-305/3/ch.2 
Same : Collection and shipment of specimens to laboratories, Changes 1 ; 

July 3, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 40-310/2/ch.l 

Same : Army Medical Library, Changes 1 ; July 3, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 40-4(i5/3/ch.l 
Ordnance Department : Ordnance property. Changes 4 ; June 29. 1944. 

[1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 4.5-80, Changes 1-3, Sept. 16, 1942-June 
21, 1943, and sec. 2, Circular 244, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6:45-80/2A-h.4 
Transportation Corps : Transportation requests. Changes 5 ; June 29, 1944. 
1944. 1 p. [Supersedes sec. 5, Circular 231, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 5.-j-110/ch.5 
Same : Transportation of individuals. Changes 8 ; June '21. 1944. 1944. 

1 p. * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 55-12n/ch.8 
Same: Bills of lading. Changes 1: July 10, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Super- 
sedes sec. 6, Circular 79, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 55-150/2Ah.l 

Same : Transportation of authorized baggage. Changes 6 ; June 23, 1944 
[1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 55-160, Changes 4, Mar. 25, 1944 ] 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 5.5-160/ch.6 
Same: Transportation of animals. Changes 1; July 11, 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. [Supersedes sec. 3, Circular 140, and sec. 5, Circular 3()S, 1943.] 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 55-165/ch.l 
Same: 'transport radio service. Changes 2; Julv 14, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

[Supersedes AR 55-360, Changes 1, Apr. 17, 1943.] * Pat)er. 5c. 

W 1.6 : 55-360/ch.2 
Posts, camps, and stations: Army exchanges. Changes 1; Jnlv 11, 1944. 
[1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes sec. 2, Circular 247, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 210-65/5/eh.l 

Military publications : Orders, bulletins, circulars, and memoranda. Changes 

9; June 28, 1944. 1944. 1 p. [Supersedes sec. 2, Circular 231, 1944.] 

* Paper, 5c. . W 1.6 : 310-50/5/ch.9 
Same : War Department civilian personnel publications ; June 16, 1944. 

[1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes Circular 142, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.(5 : 310-80 
Same: Forms; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 310-100, 
Apr. 29, 1941, and par. 7a (1), Circular 204, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. 

W1.6 : 310-100/3 
Same: Allowance and distribution, Changes 6; June 16. 1944. 1944. 1 p 

* I'aper, 5c. W 1.6 : 310-200/7/ch.6 
Military records : Preservation and disposition, Changes 1 ; June 28. 1944. 

1944. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 345-10/4/ch.l 

Same: Records jacket; June 15, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. * Paper. 5o. 

W 1.6: 345-15 
Same: IMorniiig reports; May 1, 1044. [1044.] 27 p. rSuix'r^eiles .\R 

345-400. xMay 7. 1943. including Changes 1 and 2, July 29, 1943 and Feb. 

10,1944.1 * Paper, 10c. " W 1.6 : 34.'i-4()<)/(; 

Same: IVrsonnel rosters. Changes 4; June 22, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

* I'apor. 5c. \V 1.6 : 34.')-900/6/ch.4 
Safeguarding military information, Clianges 1; Juno 21. 1941 1!t4t 1 ji 

* Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 380-5/4 /di. i 

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602640— 44— No. 595- 



976 Government Publications 

Army regulations — Continued. 

600-10. Pers,.nncl: Military disriplinc ; July 8. 1944. [1944.] 7 p. fSuper- 
sedes AK G(>0-1(), .Tune 2, 1942, Including Changes 3 and 4, Nov. 15, 1943 
and Mar. 17, 1944, Circular 121, 1942, and sec. 4, Circular G2, 1943.1 

• Paper, Tjc. " W 1.6 : (iOO-lO/S 
600-15. Same: Rank and precedence. Changes 3; July 7, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

[Supersedes AH 000-15. Changes 1 and 2, Nov. 28, 1942 and Mar. 16, 1943, 
and sec. 5. Circular 287, 1942, as amended by sec. 2. Circular 318. ]i(42.] 

• Paper, 5c. W l.G : G00-15/4/ch.3 
600-20. Same: Command, Changes 7; June 21, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes 

AH GOO-20. Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1942, and Changes 5 and G, May 3 and 

Oct. 14, 1943.] ♦ Paper, He. W 1.6 : C0n-20/5/ch.7 

600-375. Same: Prisoners, general provisions. Changes 4; June 28, 1944. [1944.] 

4 p. [Supersedes AR 600-375. Changes 1-3, Nov. 10. 1943-Apr. 10, 1944.] 

• Paper, 5e. W 1.6 : 600-375/5/ch.4 
600-550. Same Deceased. Chansres 1 ; Julv 5, 1944. 1944. 1 |). [Supersedes sec. 

5, Circular 121, 1941.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : GOO-550/4/ch.l 

605—115. Commissioned officers: Leaves of absence and delavs ; June 17, 1944. 

[1944.] 11 p. (Supersedes AR 60,1-115, July 14, 1942, including Changes 

1 and 2, Nov. 18 and Dec. 12, 1942, Changes 4-7, May 20, 1943-Apr. 5, 
1944, and various sections of certain circulars.] * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 60.5-115/7 
605-250. Same: Army retiring boards, Changes 1; June 22, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

• Paper, 5c. W l.G : 60,1-250/4/ch.l 
615-40. Enlisted men: Clothing and equipage. Changes 8; July 11, 1944. [1944.] 

2 p. [Supersedes AR 615-40, Changes 2 and 5, Oct. 13, 1943, and Mar. 
31, 1944.] * Paper. 5c. W 1.6 : G15-40/G/ch.8 

Same. Changes 9 ; July 14, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. [Supersedes AR 615-40, 
Changes 4 and 6, Jan. 29 and Apr. 7, 1944.] ♦ Paper, 5c. 

W 1.6 : 61.5-40/6/ch.9 

615-300. Same: Absence without leave and desertion, Cbanges 2; June 26. 1944. 

[1944.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 015-300, Changes 1, May 18. 1944.] 

• Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 615-300/8/ch.2 
'750-10. Range regulations f^r firing ammunition for training and target practice, 

Changes 3 : Julv 4, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. [Supersedes AR 750-10, Changes 
1 and 2, Mar. 29 and Apr. 14, 1944.] • Paper. 5c. W l.G : 750-10/3/ch.3 
850-15. Miscellaneous: Motor vehicles. Changes 5; July 6, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 
[Supersedes AR 850-15. Changes 4, May 6, 1944, and par. 1. sec. 7, Cir- 
cular 237, 1944.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.6 : 850-15/4/ch.5 

Bulletin 10-16; June 29-July 19, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Issued witli 
perforations.] $ W 1.3 : 944/10-16 

Circular 262-316, June 26- July 29, 1944. [1944.] various paging, il. [Issued 
with perforations.] t W 1.4/2 : 944/262-316 

Diseases. Geograpliical distribution of certain diseases ; June 13, 1944. 1944. 
[2] +14 p. il. (Pamphlet 8-6.) [Supersedes Pamphlet 8-6, Oct. 25, 1943.] t 
• Item 1131 W 1.43 : 8-6/2 

Field 77ianuals. Armored force field manual: Armored force drill. Changes 2; 
July 10, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. il. 16° (FM 17-5 [changes 2].) * Paper, 5c. 

W 1.33 : 17-5/2/ch.2 
Note. — Field manuals consist of a series of pamphlets containing training and ref- 
erence data and instructions relative to the tactics and technique involved in the em- 
ployment of the arms and services of the Army. # Item 1130 

Basic field manual: List of publications for training, Changes 5; July 1, 

1944. [1944.] 82 p. 16° (F]VI 21-6 [changes] 5.) * Paper. 10c. 

W 1.33 : 21-6/8/ch.5 

Same: Military police [witfi list of references!; June 14. 1943 [19441. 

1944. . iv-!-250 p. il. 16° (FM 19-5.) [Supersedes FM 29-5. Dec. 8. 1941, in- 
cluding Changes 1-3, Feb. 19, 1942-Nov. 17, 1943, and Training circular 38, 
1943.] * Paper, 35c. W 1.33 : 19-5 

Same: Scouting, patrolling and sniping, Changes 2; July 5, 1944. [1944.] 

4 p. 16° (FM 21-75 [changes] 2.) * Pai^er, 5c. W 1.33 : 21-75/ch.2 

■ Engineer field manual: Engineer troops, Changes 3; July 5. 1944. [1944.] 

38 p. il. 16° (FM 5-5 [changes] 3.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.33 : 5-5/2/ch.3 

Field artillery field manual: Pack artillery, Changes 4; July 3, 1944. 

[1944] 2 p. 16° (FM6-110 [changes] 4.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 6-110/ch.4 

[Field manual]: Field service regulations, administration, Changes 2; 

May 22, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 16° (FM 100-10 [changes] 2.) * Paper. 5c. 

W 1.33 : 10O-10/2/ch.2 

Same: Field service regulations operations; June 15, 1944. 1944. 

ix+306 p. 10° (FM 100-5.) [Supersedes FM 100-5. May 22, 1941. including 
Changes 1-3, Sept. 16, 1942-Apr. 26. 1943.] *Paper, 50c. W 1.33 : 100-5/8 

# Sent to Depository Libraries 



August 1944 977 

Field manuals — Continued." 

Ordnance field manual : Ordnance field maintenance, Changes 4 ; June 21, 

1944. [1944.] 12 p. 16° (FM 9-10 [changes] 4.) ♦Paper, 5c. 

W 1.33 : 9-10/ch.4 

Same, Changes 5; July 27, 1944. [1944.] 16 p. 16° (FM 9-10 [changes] 

5.) * Paper, 5c. W 1.33 : 9-10/ch.5 

General orders 53-58; June 29-July 21, 1944. [1944.] various paging. [Issued 
with perforations.] t W 1.46: 53-58 

Oovernment supplies. Index of United States Army and Federal si^eciflcations 
used by War Department, monthly supplement, May 1944. 1944. ii + 16 p. 12° 
* Paper, 10c. single copy, included in price of Index for subscribers. • Item 
1146 W 1.50 : 944/supp.-5 

Note. — The U. S. Army specifications are entered in this catalog under the agencies 
responsible for them, such as Army Air Forces and Ordnance Department. The series 
of Federal specifications is entered under the Federal Standard Stock Catalog Division 
which is subordinate to the Procurement Division of the Treasury Department. 

Physicial conditioning. May 1, 1944. [1944.] iv+83 p. il. (Pamphlet 21-9.) 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] t • Item 1131 W 1.43 : 21-9 

Publicatiotis. Lists of War Department publications, Army regulations, Bank 
forms, Tables of organization and equipment. Tables of basic allowances and 
allowances, and Index to General orders, Bulletius, and numbered Circulars, 
issued during June 1944. 1944. iii+31 p. t 
L. C. card 43-50742 W 1.41 : 944/6 

Radioactive luminous compounds, protective measures; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 
iii-f-11 p. (Pamphlet 8-8.) t • Item 1131 W1.43:8-S 

Spectacles. Procurement of spectacles for military and other authorized per- 
sonnel, June 20, 1944. [1944.] ii+14 p. (Pamphlet 8-5.) [Supersedes 
Pamphlet 8-5, Apr. 30, 1943, Circular 16, 1944, and various sections of certain 
circulars.] t W 1.43 : 8-5/2 

Tables of equipment. % 

Note. — The Table.s of equipment are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. The tables in this series are numbered to correspond to the Table of 
organization series on which they are based. 

21. Clothing and individual equipment : June 1, 1944. [1944.] 79 p. [Snpersedes 
T/E 2J, Dec. 15, 1943, and various sections of certain circulars.] W 1.26 : 21/3 

Tables of organization, t 

Note. — The Tables of organization are issued in pamphlet form for insertion in loose- 
leaf binders. 
200-1. Headquarters, Army, Changes 4 : .Tune 5, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W1.25: 200-l/4/ch.4 

Tables of organization and equipment. % 

Note. — -Tables of organization and equipment are issued in pamphlet form for insertion 
in loose-leaf binders. They replace tlie Tables of organization and Tables of equipment 
heretofore issued separately, and show the organization and equipment for the type of unit 
indicated by the title. 

1-112. Army Air Forces : Headquarters, bombardment group, very heavy, heavy, or 

medium ; June 29, 1944. [1944.) 1 6 p. [Sunersedes T/O & E 1-112, Mar. 
20, 1943, including Changes 1 and 2, Nov. 25, 1943 and .Ian. IS. 1944.] 

W 1.44: 1-112/2 

1— 400-lS. Same: Headquarters and headquarters squadron, Air Force service command 

special. Changes 3; June 7, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 1-400-1 S/ch. 3 

Same, Changes 4; July 1, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. W 1.44 : l-4()0-lS/ch.4 

1-452T. Same : Headquarters and ba.se services squadron, service group. Changes 1 ; 

June 2.3. 1944. [1944.1 3 p. W 1.44 : l-45JT/ch.l 

1— 457T. Same : Engineering squadron, service group. Changes 1 ; June 15, 1944. I '944.1 

6 p. W 1.44 : l-457T/ch.l 

1-458T. Same: Materiel squadron, service group, Changes 1; June L'3, 19+4. '1944.1 

3 p. " W 1.44 : l-458T/ch.l 

1-487. Same : Airdrome squadron ; May 31, 1944. 1944.] 20 p. W 1.44 : 1-487 

1-547. Same: Tactical air communications squadron, Change 4 ; Jui'e 24. 1944 1944. 

1 p. W1.44: l-547/ch.4 

1-707. Same : Motion picture unit, 16-mm ; June 2, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 

W1.44: 1-707 

1-852. Same : Headqimrters and headquarters squadron, air depot group. Changes 3 ; 

June 22, 1944. I!t44. 1 v. \V 1.44 :1-S52/ch.3 

1-857. Same: Air depot repair squadron, Changes 2; May 24, 1944. [1944.1 6 p. 

W 1.44 : l-S57/ch.2 

1-907. Same: Aircraft maintenance unit (fliating) : June 24, 1944. [1944.] 28 p. 

[Supersedes photostatic copy of T/D 1-1067, Apr. 1944.] W 1.44 : 1-907 

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Governmp:nt Pdbijcations 



Tuhirs of onKtuization and ((luipnunt — Contimied. 

l-yil Same: Ainiaft reiiair unit (tloating) : June U". 1944. [1044.] 69 p. [Super- 
si'des T/'lJ l-lOSli, Fob. 'JG, 1944, including Changes 1, Apr. 15, 1944.] 

W1.44: 1-911 
1-977. Same : Liaison squadron, Changes 3 ; June 5, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 

W1.44:l-977/ch.3 



1-1027. Same: Radio squadron, mobile, Changes 



1-1062S. Same : Headquarters, air commando group (special) 

18 p. 
3-97. Chemical laboratory company; June 3, 1944. [1944.] 

& !•: 3-97, July 6, 1943.] 
4-''60-l Ileadiiuartcrs anil hcailtiuarters battery, harbor defense. Chanfrr 

1944. [1944.] 15 p. W 1.44: 



June 7, l'it44. |1!)44.] r. p. 
\V1.44 : 1-1027 /ch.2 
June 9. 1944. [1944.] 
W 1.44 : 1-1()62S 
11 p. [Supersedes T/O 
W 1.44 : 3-97 
1 ; June 15. 
-260-1 /ch.l 



5-188. 
5-267. 



5-377. 

5-500. 

G-10. 

6-10-1. 

6-25. 

6-26. 



6-27. 
6-29. 

6-;i6. 

6-166. 
6-167. 
6-169. 
6-335. 
6-337. 
6-339. 

6-355. 
6-365. 



7-11. 
7-12. 



7-13. 
7-14. 



7-14S. 
7-15 



7-16 
7-17 



7-18 
7-19 



7-26 



8-15 
8-16 



8-18. 
8-510. 



Enginter ba.se survev cumpany, engineer base topographic battalion. Changes 2 ; 

June 13. 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 5-188/eh.2 

Engineer base depot company : May 30. 1944. [1944.] 10 p. [Supersi des T/O 

5-267. Apr. 23, 1943. including Changes 1. Aug. 28, 1943, and T/E .5-267. Apr. 

23, 194:!, including Changes 1. Aug. 28, 1943.] W 1.44 : 5-267 

En'-'ineer base enuipment company ; June 24, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. [Supersedes 

T/O & E 5-377, Aug. 8, 1943.] W 1.44 : 5-377/2 

Engineer service organization, Changes 9; June 10, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 

W 1.44 : 5-500/ch.9 
Ilivi-;ion artillery, motorized, infantry division. Changes 1 : Jiin*- 16, 1944. 

[1944.] 6 p. ■ W 1.44 : 6-10/2/ch.l 

Hcaf'tiuarters and headauarters battery, motorized, division artillery, infantry 

division. Changes 4 : June 16, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. W 1.44 : 6-10-l/ch.4 
Field artillerv battalion, mot >rized. 105-mm howitzer, truck-drawn. Changes 3; 

June 16, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. W 1.44 : 6-25/ch.3 

Headquarters and headnuarters battery, motorized, field artillery battalion, 

Ido-mm howitzer, truck-drawn or tractor-drawn, Changes 4: June 16, 1944. 

(1914.1 12 1). W 1.44 : 6-26/ch.4 

Field arlillerv batterv, motorized, 105-mm howitzer, truck-drawn. Changes 4; 

June 10, 1944. [1944.] 10 p. W 1.44 : 6-27 /ch.4 

Service battery, motorized, field artillerv battalion, 105-mm howitzer, truck- 
drawn. Changes 3; June l(i. 1944. [1944.] 8 p. W 1.44 : 6-29/ch.3 
Headquarters and headquarters battery, motorized, field artillery battalion, 

155-mni howitzer, or 4.5-inch gun, truck-drawn or tractor-drawn. Changes 6: 

June 16, 1944. [1944.] 12 p. W 1 .44 : t!-:;6/ch.6- 

Headquarters and headquarters battery, armored field artillerv battalion, 

C langes 3 ; June 21, 1944. [1044.] 7 p. W 1.44 : 6-l66/ch.3 

Battery, armored field artillery battalion. Changes 2; June 21, 1044. [1944.] 

6 p. W 1.44:6-167/ch.2 

Serviep batterv, armored field artillery battalion. Changes 2 ; June 21. 1944. 

[1944.] 6 p. W 1.44:6-169/ch.2 

Fie'd artillery battalion, motorized, 155-mm howitzer or 4.5-inch gun, tractor- 
drawn. Changes 5 : June 16. 1944. [1944.] fi p. W 1.44 : 6-:!35/ch.5 
Field artillery battery, motorized, 155-mm howitzer, or 4.5-inch gun, tractor- 
drawn. Changes 4 ; June 16. 1944. [1944.] 10 p. W 1.44: 6-337 /ch.4 
Service batterv, motorized, field artillerv battalion, 155-mm howitzer, or 4.5-inch 

gun, tractor-drawn. Changes 3; June 16, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. 

W 1.44 : 6-339/ch.3 
Field artillerv battalion, motorized, 155-mm gun, tractor draw". ( 'an'^es ;'■ : Mav 

IS, 1044. [1944.] 2 p. W1.44:6-355/ch.3 

Field artillerv battalion, motorized, 8-inch howitzer, tractor-drawn. Changes 4 : 

May IS, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. W 1.44 : 6-.365/(;h.4 

Headquarters company, infantry division. Changes 5: June 15. 1944. [1944.] 

3 p. W 1.44 : 7-2/ch.5 

Infantrv regiment. Changes 1 ; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 

W 1.44: 7-11 /2/ch.l 
Headquarters and headquarters company, infantry regiment. Changes 1 : June 

30.1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 7-12/2/ch.l 

Service company, infantry regiment. Changes 1 ; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. 

W 1.44 : 7-13/2/ch.l 
Infantry cannon companv ; Changes 2 ; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W1.44 : 7-14/2/ch.2 
Infantry cannon company, 105-mm howitzer, self-propelled. Changes 2 : June 

30.1944. [1944.1 2 p. W 1.44 : 7-14S/ch.2 

Infantry battalion, Changes 1 ; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 

W 1.44 : 7-15/ch.l 
He,id(|U:irters and headquarters company, infantrv battalion. Changes 1 ; June 

•lO. 1<I44. [1944.] 4 p. ■ W1.44: 7-16/2/ch.l 

Infiiiitrv lifle company, Changes 1; June 30, 1944. [1944.] 2 p. 

W 1.44 : 7-1 7/2/ch.l 
Infantrv hcavv weapons company. Changes 1 ; June 30, 1944. [1044.1 3 p. 

W1.44 : 7-18/2/ch.l 
Infantrv antitank company. 57-mm gun, Changes 1 ; June 30. 1044. [1044.] 

3 p. ■ ■ W 1.44: 7-19/3/(h.l 

He;;dq'iarters and headquarters company, armored infantry battalion. Cbansres 

3; July 11, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1 .44 : 7-26/ch.3 

Medical battalion. Changes 2: July 3. 1944. 1044. 1 p. W 1.44 : 8-15/ch.2 

Headquarters and headquarters detachment, medical battalion. Changes 3 : June 

15.1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : S-16/ch.3 

Clearing company, medical battalion. Changes 2; July 3, 1944. [1044.] 9 p. 

W 1.44 : 8-18/ch.2 
Field hospital. Changes 4 ; June 20, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 8-510/ch.4 

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August 1944 979 

TaMes of ofdunlzaiion and equipment — Continued. 

8-520. Hospital train, Chances 1; .Tune 29, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 8-520/2/ch.l 
8-537T. Ho.spital sbip complement, Changes 1 ; June 5, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 

W 1.44 : 8-537T/ch.l 

9-197. Ordnance heavy automotive maintenance company; May 27, 1944. [1044.] 

11 p. [Supersedes T/0 9-197, Apr. 2, 1943, and T/E 9-197, Apr. 2, 1943.] 

^ W 1.44 : 9-197 

10-17. Quartermaster company, infantry division, Changes 1; June 10, 1914. [1944.] 

8 p. W 1.44 : 10-17/2/ch.l 

10-217. Quartermaster refrigeration company, fixed. Changes 2 ; June IG, li)44. 1944. 

1 p. W 1.44 : 10-217/ch.2 

10-500. Quartermaster i^ervice organization. Changes 1; June 5. 1944. [1914.] 6 p. 

W 1.44 : lO-r.OO/2/ch.l 
Same, Changes 2; June 8. 1944. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 10-5iH)/2/cli.2 

11-37. Signal photographic company, Changes 1 ; June 30, 1944. [1044.] 11 p. 

W 1.44 : 11-37/ch.l 
11-67. Signal heavy construction company, Changes 1 ; June 22, 1944. [1944.] 4 p. 

W1.44: ll-G7/ch.l 
11-107. Signal depot company ; June 9, 1944. [1944.] 16 p. [Supersedes T/O 11-107, 
Apr. 1, 1942.] W 1.44: 11-107 

11-357. Signal radio maintenance teams, aviation, Changes 1; June 21, 1!(44. 1944. 
1 p. W1.44: 11-357/ch.l 

11-537S. Signal company, engineer special hrigade ; June 13, 1944. [1944.1 12 p. I Su- 
persedes T/O 11-537S, Apr. 21, 1943, including Changes 1, Sept 28, 1943, 
and T/B 11-537S, Apr. 21, 1943, including Changes 1, Sept. 28, 1943.] 

W1.44: 11-537S 
14-500. Finance service organization. Changes 1 ; June 13, 1944. 1914. 1 p. 

W1.44: 14-500/ch.l 
17-15. Light tank battalion. Changes [1] ; June 21, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. 

W 1.44: 17-1 5/ch.l 
17-16. Hcadquirters and lipadquarters company, light tank hattalion. Changes 2 ; June 
21,1944. [1944.] 6 p. W 1.44 : 17-16/ch.2 

17-17. Light tank company, Changes 3; June 21, 1944. [1944.] 4 n. 

W 1.44 : 17-17/ch.3 

17-19. Service company, light tank battalion, Changes 1; June 21, 1044. 11044.] 

4 p. W 1.44 : 17-19/ch.l 

17-26. Headquarters and headquarters company, tank battalion, Changes 4; Ju"e 16, 

1944. [1944.] 4 p. W 1.44 : 17-26 /ch.4 

17-27. Medium tank company, tank battalion, Changes 3; .Tune 16. 1944. [1944.] 

3 p. W 1.44 : 17-27/ch.3 

17-29. Service company, tank battalion. Changes 3 ; June 16, 1944. [1044.] 4 p 

W1.44: 17-29 /ch.3 

19-7. Military police platoon, infantry division, Changes 1; June 0. 1944. rifl44.] 

6 p. W 1.44 : 19-7/2/ch.l 

44-12. Headciuarters and headquarters battery, antiaircraft artillei-y group : May 29, 

1944. [1044.] 10 p. [Supersedes T/O 44-12, Nov. 10, 1943, and Chanses 1, 

Dec. 10, 1943.] W 1.44 : 44-12 

44-15. Antiaircraft artillery gun battalion, mobile. Changes 1 ; May 31, 1944. [1044.] 

3 p. W 1.44: 44-15 /2/c'i.l 

44—25. Anti.nircraft artillery automatic weapons battalion, mobile. Changes >: May 31, 

1944. [1044.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 44-25/2ych.l 

44—75. Antiaircraft artillery automatic weapons battalion, self-pr peU^d. Chnng'^s 1 ; 

May 31, 1044. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 44-75/2/ch.l 

44-115. Antiaircraft artillery gun battalion, seminiobile, Cham'ps 1 : M-^v .'^1. 1044. 

[1044.] 2 p. W1.44:44-11.5/2/ch.l 

44-125. Antiaircraft artillery automatic weapons battalion, seminiobile. Chantres 1; 

May 31, 1944. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 44-125/2/ch.l 

55-110-1. Transportation Corps: Hpadrinarters and beadqunrters rompanv. n^aior port 

(over.-;ea). Changes 2: June 7. 1014. [1944.] 3 p. W 1.44 : 55-11 0-l/ch.2 

55-120-1. Same: IIeadi]uarters and headquarters company, med'um po'-t (oversea). 

Changes 1 ; .July 7. 1944. 1044. 1 p. W 1.44 : 55-1 20-1 /ch.l 

55-202. Same : Headquarters and headquarters company, railway grand division, 

Changes 2 ; June 16, 1944. 1944. 1 p. W 1.44 : 55-202/ch.2 

Teelmical manuals. Operators' manual, maintenance maiuial and parts list, port- 
ab'e automatic liviiochlorination unit, model A-.'iOG ; [Mar. 15 11)4;^.! Wall.nce & 
Tiernan Co., Inc.. Newarlf, N. J. [1943.] [7]+72 p. il. 4° (TM5-2032.) [Copy- 
riglit 1943 t)y Wallace & Tieriian Co., Inc. No distriluition to depository li- 
brarie.s by Documents Office. Title on cover is: War D'^partment maintenance 
manual and parts catalog, portable autorcfatic hypochlorination unit, water 
operated, model A-noe.l :•: W 1.35 : 5-2032 

Note. — Tpcbnical manuals consist of a series of pamplilots supplementing the Field 
manuals covering subjects, the separate treatment of wliich is considered essential to 
a fuller accomplishment of the training prescrib(>d in the Field manual series. The 
scope of this series includes pamphlets describiner mat^-riel and containing instructions 
for the oi)pration. care, maintenance, and handling thereof; guidebooks for instructors 
and specialists; reference books ; and the like. # Item 1137 

Same. Change 1, with title. Technical manual : Portable automatic hy- 
pochlorination unit, water opeiated. model A-506, Change 1; May 20. 1944. 
1944. Ip. (TM 5-2032 [change] 1.) t W 1.35 : 5~2032/ch.l 

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980 Government Publications 

Technical manuals — Continued. • 

Technical manual : Administrative audit procedures for cost-plus-a-fixed- 
fee supply contracts, Changes 2; June 1, 1944. 1944. 1 p. 4° (TM 14-1000 
[changes] 2.) [Accompanied by p. 13 and revised p. 14 to be inserted in the 
manual.] Included in price of manual. W 1.35 : 14-1000/ch.2 

Same: Administrative audit procedures for co.st-plus-a-fixed-fee supply 

contracts [chap. 5); Apr. 1 [1944]. [1944.] p. 71-103, ix, 4° (TM 14-1000 
[chap. 5].) [Issued in loose-leaf form. Some of these pages are printed as 
leaves.] Included in price of manual. W1.35: 14-100/chap.5 

• Same: Airplane hydraulic systems; May 8, 1944. 1944. iii-fll2 p. il. 4* 

(TM 1-411.) [Supersedes TM 1-411, Oct. 20, 1941.] * Paper, 25c. 

W 1.35 : 1-411/3 

Same: Barographs MI/-3-A, ML-3-B, ML-3-C, MLr-3-D; Julv 20, 1944. 

1944. v-l-18p.il. (TM 11-425.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35: 11-425 

Same : Blank forms, Changes 1 ; May 3, 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4° (TM 14-508 

[changes] 1.) [Accompanied by certain new and revised pages to be inserted 
in the manual.] * Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 14-508/ch.l 

Same : Finance service in mobile field units. Changes 2 ; June 15, 1944. 

[1944.] 1 p. 4° (TM 14-506 [changes] 2.) [Accompanied by revised p. 13 
and p. 14 to be inserted in the manual.] *Paper, 5c. W 1.35: 14-50C/ch.2 

■ Same: 5- to 6-ton, 4-wheel cargo trailer (Hobbs) [with list of references] ; 

Nov. 17, 1^3. [1943.] 86-f-[2] p. il. (TM 9-887.) [Processed. The 2 pages 
at end of publication are left blank to be used for notes. No distribution to 
depository libraries by Documents Office.] t W 1.35: 9-887 

• Same: 5- to 6-ton 4-wheel cargo trailer (Hobbs), Changes 1 ; May 31, 1944. 

1944. 1 p. (TM9-8S7 [changes] 1.) t W 1.35 : 9-887/ch.l 

Same : Model disbursement and collection vouchers, Changes 2 ; May 19, 

1944. [1944.] Ip. 4° (TM 14-507 [changes] 2.) [Accompanied by certain 
revised pages to be inserted in the manual.] *Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : l-l-507/ch.2 

Same : Officer classification, commissioned and warrant, classification and 

coding of civilian occupations. Changes 1; June 5, 1944. [1944.J 3 p. 4° (TM 
12-405 [changes] 1.) [Accompanied by Supplemental alphabetical index to be 
inserted in the manual.] *Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 12-405/ch.l 

■ Same: Officer classification, commissioned and warrant. Changes 1; May 

10,1944. [1944.] 6 p. 4° (TM 12-406 [changes] 1.) [Accompanied by certain 
new pages to be inserted in the manual. Changes 1, Feb. 1, 1944, has been 
rescinded by sec. 8, WD Cir. 95, 1944.] * Paper, 30c. 

W 1.35 : 12-406/ch .1/^44-2 

Same : Organization and functions of disbursing offices. Changes 2 ; June 

10.1944. 1944. Ip. 4° (TM 14-500 [changes] 2.) [Issued in loose-leaf form.] 
*Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 14-500/ch.2 

Same : Payment for supplies and nonpersonal services, Changes 1 ; May 8, 

1944. 1944. 1 p. 4° (TM 14-504 [changes] 1.) [Issued in loose-leaf form.] 
♦Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 14-504/ch.l 

Same: Photographic laboratories, organization and operation in service 

commands, departments, and posts ; June 12, 1944. 1944. iv4-26 p. il. 4° 
(TM 11-409.) *Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 11-409 

Same: Radio set SCR-288; Oct. 28, 1942. [1942.] cover title, 62 p. il. 

(TM 11-250.) [Supersedes TM 11-250, Apr. 19, 1942.] * Paper, 15c. 

W 1.35 : 11-250 

Same: Changes 1; May 22. 1944. [1944.] 4 p. (TM 11-250 [changes] 

1.) ♦Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 11-250/ch.l 

Same: Radio set SCR-r:93-A; Mar. 2, 1943. n. p. [1943.] cover title, 

S3 p. il. (TM 11-859.) [Prepared under direction of chief signal officer.] 
• Paper, 15c. W 1.35 : 11-859 

Same. Changes 1; July 31, 1943. 1£«3. 1 p. (TM 11-859 [changes] 1.) 

[Copies will be forwarded to depository libraries if obtainable.] t 

W 1.35 : 11-859/ch.l 

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August 1944 981 

Technical manuals — Continued. 

Same, Changes 2; Apr. 22, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° (TM 11-859 

[changes] 2.) t W 1.35 :ll-859/ch.2 

■ Same: Regimental and unit mail clerks; June 27, 1944. 1944. iv+18 p. 

small 4° (TM 12-275.) [Supersedes TM 12-275, Oct. 24, 1942, iiicluiling 
Changes 1, Feb. 23, 1943.] * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 12-275/2 

• Same: Reperforator teletypewriter set% TG-16 and TG-17 ; July 3, 1944. 

1944. v+34 p. il. (TM 11-2201.) [Supersedes TM 11-2201, Nov. 6, 1943.] 

* Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 11-2201 

■ Same : Semipermanent highway steel bridges, 30-, 60-, and 90-foot spans ; 

June 27, 1944. [1944.] cover title, 78 p. il. oblong large S" (TM 5-285.) 

* Paper, 50c. W 1.35 : 5-285 

Same : 75-mm gim M1S97A4 mounted in combat vehicles [with list of ref- 
erences] ; June 10, 1943. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] 
cover title, 114 p. il. (TM &-306. ) [Prepared under direction of chief of 
ordnance. No distribution to depository libraries by Documents Office.] t 

W 1.35 : 9-306 

Same: 75-mm gun M1897A4, mounted in combat vehicles. Changes 1; June 

20,1944. [1944.] 22p.il. (TM 9-306 [changes] 1.) t W 1.35 :9-306/ch.l 

Same : Standing operating pi-ocedures for movement of equipment and sup- 
plies to ports of embarkation, Canada and Mexico ; June 22, 1944. 1944. 
iv+19 p. il. 4° (TM 38-415.) [Prepared under supervision of commanding 
general, Armv Service Forces. Supersedes Memorandum W55-8-42, Nov. 30, 
1942, including Changes 1, Jan. 10, 1944.] * Paper, 10c. W 1.35 : 38^15 

Same, Changes 1; July 3, 1944. [1944.] p. [1], 19, 4° (TM 38-415 

[changes] 1. ) * Paper, 5c. W 1.35 : 38-415/ch.l 

Same: Substation installation; June 30, 1944. 1944. iv+104 p. il. (TM 

11-474.) * Paper, 20c. W 1.35 : 11-474 

Same : Termination accounting manual for fixed-price supply contracts 

[chap. 1-4 and appendixes 1 and 2] ; June 1, 1944. 1944. v+54 p. 4° (TM 
14-1005 [chap. 1-4].) [Issued in loose-leaf form. Supersedes TM 14-320, 
July 7, 1943.] * Paper, 50c. (including chap. 5 and 6 and changes to the 
manual, to be printed later). W 1.35 : 14-1005/chap.l-4 

Same: Thermographs Mi:^77 and MLr-277 ; July 17, 1944. 1944. 

Iv-l-19p.il. (TM 11-126.) * Paper, 10c. W 1.35: 11-426 

Telephone directory, War Department; July 7, 1944. [1944.] iv-f 63-f-C39-f [2] 
p. 4° t W 1.19 : 944/4 

Training circular 31^7 ; May 1-July 20, 1944. [1944.] various paging, il. 
[Issued with perforations.] t W 1.36 : 944/31-47 

ARMY AIR FORCES 

Air force, official service journal of Army Air Forces, July 1944; [v. 27, no. 7]. 
[Air Force Editorial Office, New York, N. Y., 1944.] cover title, 64 p. il. 4° 
[Monthly. Text and other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] t • 

W 108.7 : 27/7 

Oovernment supplies. Index, Army Air Forces specifications, May 1944. Wright 
Field, Dayton, Ohio [May 3, 1944]. 49 p. il. [Monthly. Previous issues not 
entered in the Monthly 'catalog.] t W 108.13/2 : 944/5 

Same, June 1944. Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio [June 2, 1944]. 52 p. il. 

[Monthly.] J W 108.13/2 : 944/6 

IT. S. Army specifications. 

Note. — In the list below, some of the Amendments and Notices are for fpecifications 
which were issued durinj; the time when entries for tlie specifications appi'iired in the 
Monthly catalog under the Adjutant General's Department, and for these, tlie old 
classification W.^.4S/1 :, Is retained in order that they may be filed with the publications 
to wiiich they belong. 

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932 Government Pubijcations 

Government supiJUcs. — Contiinied. 

U. S. Army spocification : Cable, power and lighting, shielded (for air- 
craft), anidt. 2; July 4. 1M4. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, July 5, 1944.] 
2p 12" (No 0r)-27273-G [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes and includes Amendment 1, 
July 3, lW3.i t . W 3.48/1 : 95-27273-G/amdt.2 

Same: Camera, type K-18A (aircraft), amdt. 3; June 14, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 4 p. §1. 4° (No. 75-92-B [amdt. 3].) [Processed. 
Supersedes and includes Amendment 2, Feb. 28, 1944.] t 

W 3.48/1 : 75-92-B/amdt.3 

Same : Case, shipping and filing, type L-1, amdt. 1 ; May 18, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Davton, Ohio, 1944.] 3 p. 12" (No. 94-40612 [amdt. 1].) t 

W 1.49 : 94-40612/amdt.l 

Same: Compass, pilot's, type B-19 (aircraft), amdt. 1; July 4. 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, July 5, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 94-27384 [amdt. 1].) 
I W 3.48/1 : 94^27384/anidt.l 

Same: Control, bomb release internal [interval], type AN-B-3. (time 

internal [interval] and counter, 24 volts D. C), amdt. 5; June 19. 1944. 
[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, June 26, 1944.] 3 p. 12° (No. 93-24717-A 
[amdt. .")].) [Supersedes and includes Amendment 4. Nov. 19. 1943.] t 

W 3.48/1 : 93-24717-A/amdt.5 

Same : Dryer, photographic glossy print, type B-10 ; June 1, IMi. [Wright 

Field. Davton, Ohio, June 12, 1944.] 8 p. il. 12" (No. 75-371.) [Supersedes 
No. 31335,' Aug. 20, 1943.] f W' 1.49 : 75-371 

Same: Heater, utility, t.vpe F-2 (hand-crank); May 11, 1944. [Wright 

Field. Davton, Ohio, 1944.] G p. 12" (No. 94-40670.) [Supersedes No. 40676, 
Jan. 14, 1944. ] f W 1 .49 : 94-40676 

Same: Indicator, airspeed, type F-IA (aircraft), amdt. 1; July 4, 1944. 

[Wright Field, Davton, Ohio, July 5, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 94-2791 6-B 
[amdt. 1].) t W 1.49 : 94-27916-B/amdt.l 

Same: Insert, knit woolen (for type.D-3 glove), amdt. 1; June 3. 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, June 3, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 94-3190 [amdt. 1].) 
I W1.49:94-3190/amdt.l 

Same: Kit, photographic processing and developing, type N-1 ; Apr. 25, 

1944. [Wright Field. Dayton, Ohio, June 12, 1944.] 11 p. il. 12° (No. 75-372.) 
[Supersedes No. 31320, Aug. 27, 1943.] t W 1.49: 75-372 

Same: Lambskin, baby, amdt. 1; May 27, 1944. [Wright Field. Dayton, 

Ohio, 1944.] 2 p. 12° (No. 8-137 [amdt. 1].) t W 3.48/1 : 8-137/amdt.l 

Same: Lamp assembly, cabin, t.vpe A-11 (work table): June 14. 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. June 26, 1944.] 8 p. il. 12° (No. 94-32372-B.) 
[Supersedes No. 94-32372-A, Nov. 25, 1942.] t W 1.49: 94-32372-B 

Same : Lamp assembly, flashlight, type A-8 ; June 19, 1944. [Wright Field, 

Davton, Ohio, June 26, 1944.] 10 p. il. 12" (No. 94-32413-A.) [Supersedes 
No." 94-32413, Mar. 1, 1943.] t W 1.49 : 94-32413-A 

Same: IMeter, electric (aircraft) direct current, general specification for, 

amdt. 1 • Mav 12, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. 1944.] 2 p. 12" (No. 
94-27226-E [amdt. 1].) t W 3.48/1 : 94-27226-E/amdt.l 

Same: Plates, photographic ferrotype (size 22X26 inches, chrome plated) ; 

Mav 25, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 4 p. 12° (No. 75-373.) 
[Supersedes No. 31114, Oct. 29, 1940.] t W 1.49: 75-373 

Same: Preserver, paper negative (photographic) : IMay 25, 1944. [Wright 

Field. Davton. Ohio. June 9, 1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (No. 75-374.) [Supersedes 
No. 4007fi-C, Dec. 9. 1941,] t W 1.49: 75-374 

Same: Pump, fuel booster, type B-7B (electric-motor-driven); May 22, 

1944. [Wright Field, Davton. Ohio. June 12, 1944.] 13 p. il. 12° (No. 95- 
28163-B.) [Supersedes No. 95-28163-A, Oct. 25, 1943.] t 

W1.49:95-28163-B 

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August 1944 983 

Ooverntneut supplies. — Continued. 

Same: Regulator, voltage (aircraft generator), amdt. 1; June 3, 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, June 5, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 94-32276-B 

[amdt. 1].) t W 1.49 : 94-32276-B/amdt.l 

• Same : Shell, leather (for type D-3 glove) , amdt. 1 ; June 3, 1944. [Wright 

Field, Dayton, Ohio, June 3, 1944.] 1 p. 12" (No. 94-3191 [amdt. 1].) t 

W 1.49 : 94-3191/amdt.l 

■ Same : Sight, gun camera bore, type AN-1 ; May 25, 1944. [Wright Field, 

Davton. Ohio, June 9, 1944.] 5 p. il. 12° (No. 75-176-C.) [Supersedes 
75-176-B, Apr. 9, 1943.] t W 1.49 : 75-176-C 

• Same: Signal, altitude warning, type H-2 (aircraft, 24 volts, D. C), amdt. 

2; May 23, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 28, 1944.] 3 p. 12° 
(No. 94-32390-A [amdt. 2].) [Supersedes and includes Amendment 1, Mar. 15, 
1944.] t W 3.48/1 : 94-32390-A/amdt.2 

Same: Solenoid, type G-llA (aircraft, 24 volts D. C.) ; May 4, 1944. 

[Wright Field, Dayton. Ohio, 1944.] 8 p. il. 12° (No. 93-24746-B.) [Super- 
sedes No. 93-24T46-A, Sept. 16, 1943.] t W 1.49 : 93-24746-B 

Same: Starter, type G-6A (combination electric inertia-direct cranking 

24-volt D. C.) : May 23, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, May 28, 1944.] 
4 p. il. 12° (No. 95-32304-A.) [Supersedes No. 95-32304, Nov. 12, 1941.] t 

W 1.49 : 95-32304-A 

Same: Starter, type G-17 (combination electric inertia-direct cranking, 

24-volt D. C.) ; June 6, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1944.] 5 p. il. 12° 
(No. 95-32443.) [Super.sedes No. 32443, Dec. 10, 1943.] t W 1.49 : 95-32443 

Same: Thermometer, type C-13B (aircraft, direct reading), amdt. 1; June 

26, 1944. [Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, June 28, 1944.] 1 p. 12° (No. 94- 
27328-B [amdt. 1].) t W 1.49 : 94-27328-B/amdt.l 

Safely .speeds production, message for supervisors; [by M. B. Dahl]. [Reprint 
with changes, 1944.] [2] +14 p. il. (Civilian Personnel Division, Safety Sec- 
tion.) [Special bulletin 10 issued by Labor Department, Labor Standards 
Division, 1943, reprinted for AAF i^rsonnel by special arrangement with Labor 
Standards Division. Includes list of publications of interest in connection 
with this pamphlet.] f W 108.2 : Sa 1 

ARMY SERVICE FORCES 

Government contracts. Termination of contracts for convenience of the Govern- 
ment, Change 1 ; [Apr. 28, 1944]. [1944.] [22] p. 4° (Procurement regulation 
15 [change 1].) [Extracted from Revision 33 of Procurement regulations.] 
This Change and Changes 2-5, listed below, are included in price of regulation 15. 

• Item 1131 W 109.8/2 : 15/2/ch.l 

Same, Change 2; [May IS, 1944]. [1944.] [59] p. 4° (Procurement regu- 
lation 15 [change 2].) [Extracted from Revision 34 of Procurement regula- 
tions.] • Item 1131 W 109.8/2 : 15/2/ch.2 

Same, Changes; [May 25, 1944]. [1944.] [25] p. 4° (Procurement regu- 
lation 15 [change 3].) [Extracted from Revision 35 of Procurement regula- 
tions.] • Item 1331. W 109.8/2 : 15/2/ch.3 

Same, Change 4; [June 7, 1944]. [1944.] [52] p. 4° (Procurement regula- 
tion 15 [change 4].) [Extracted from Revision 36 of Procurement regulations.] 

• Item 1131 W 109.8/2 : 15/2/ch.4 

Same, Change 5 ; [June 29, 1944]. [1944.] [35] p. 4° (Procurement regula- 
tion 15 [change 5].) [Extracted from Revision 36 of Procurement Regulations.] 

• Item 1131 W 109.8/2 : 15/2/ch.5 

Supply catalogs. Army Service Forces catalog : Ordnance supply catolog. [Pub- 
lications Department, Raritan ArsenaJ, 1944.] [Processetl. Issued with per- 
forations.] t 

Note. — In the lists .below, some of the Changes are for the Standard nomenclature 
lists when they were issued by the Ordnance Department before the establishment of 
the Army Service Forces catalog, and for these, the old classification W.'?4.2:3 : is retained 
in order that they may be filed with the publications to which they belong. 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



984 Government Publications 

Supply catalogs — Continued. 
Orel 3 SNL. 

J-101. Machine tools and related oqirtpmont (complete with accessories) ; Jane 7, 
1944. 247 p. U. (Standard nomenclature list J-101.) [Supersedes SNL 
J-101, Sept. 20, 1943, and Changes 2 and 3, Feb. 7 and Apr. 4, 1944.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 3 J-101 
Ord 5 SNL. 

J-10. Small tools; June 12, 1944. 188 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list J-10.) 
[Supersedes SNL J-10, Nov. 2, 1942.] W 109.14 : Ord 5 J-10 

Ord 5 Stocli list. 

Stock list of items (cross-reference of tools, equipment and supplies, ordnance section, 

Federal standard stock catalog), sec. B, Changes 1 ; Mav 12, 1944. 10 p. 

„ ^ , W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.B/ch.l 

Same, see. C, Changes 1 ; jNIay 12, 1944. 49 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.C/ch.l 

Same, sec. D, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 9 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.D/ch.l 

S:inio, sec. G, Changes 1; May 12, 1944. 8 p. W 100.14 : Ord .5/2/secG/eh.l 

Same, sec. H. Changes 1; May 12, 1944. 6 p. W 109 14 : Ord 5/2/sec.H/ch.l 

Same, sec. I, Changes 1; May 12. 1944. [2] p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.I/ch.l 

Same. sec. J, Clianges 1 ; May 12, 1944. [2] p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.J/ch.l 

Same, sec. K Changes 1 ; .May 12, 1944. :i p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.K/ch.l 

Same, sec. L, Changes 1; May 12, 1944. 3 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.L/ch.l 

bame, sec. M, Changes 1; May 12, 1944. 3 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.M/ch.l 

Same, sec. N, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 3 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.N/ch.l 

Same, sec. O, Clianges 1 ; May 12, 1944. 2 p. W 109 14 : Ord 5/2/sec.O/ch.l 

Same, sec. P, Changes 1 : May 12, 1944. 6 p. W 109 14 : Ord 5/2/sec.lVch.l 

Same, sec. K, Changes 1 ; .May 12, 1944. 6 p. W 109 14 : Ord 5/2/sec.R/ch.l 

Same, sec. S. Changes 1 ; May 12. 1944. 10 p. W 109 14 : Ord 5/2/sec.S/ch.l 

Same, sec. T, Changes 1, May 12, 1944. 9 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.T/ch.l 

Same. sec. V Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. [2] p. W 109.14 : Ord 5:/2/sec.V7ch.l 

Same, sec. Y, Changes 1 ; May 12, 1944. 2 p. W 109.14 : Ord 5/2/sec.Y/ch.l 

Ord 5^1. 

Stock list of Items, numerical index of manufacturers' part numbers and drawing 
numbers (cross-reference of tools, equipment and supplies, ordnance section. Fed- 
eral standard stock catalog) ; Mar. 4, 1944. 331 p. [For information only.] 

W 109.14 : Ord 5-1 

Ord 6 SNL. Tools, maintenance, for repair. 

N-18. Tool-set, armorers', tank destroyer battalion, Changes 2; June 12, 1944. [2] 
p. (Standard nomenclature list N-18, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 
1, May 4, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 6 N-18/ch.2 

Ord 7 SNL. Organizational spare parts and equipment. 

A-42. Cart, hand (M3A4, M4A1, M5A1, and M6A1) ; May 26, 1944. 8 p. 11. (Stand- 

and nomenclature list A-42.) [Supersedes SNL A-42, organizational 

spare parts and equipment, June 24, 1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 A-42 

B-9. Shotguns: Juup 4, 1944. 12 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list B-9.) 

[Supersedes SNL B-9, organizational spare parts and equipment, Aug. 14. 

1943.] W 109.14 : Ord 7 B-9 

L— 4. Trainer, field artillery, M3, Changes 1; June 7, 1944. [2] p. (Standard 

nomenclature list L-4, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 7 L-4/ch.l 

Ord 8 SNL. Higher echelon spare parts and equipment (addendum). 

A-48. Trainer, machine gun (M3, M4, and M5), Changes 1; June 6, 1944. [2] p. 
(Standard nomenclature list .\-48, chan.ges 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 A-48/ch.l 
F194. Clock, message center. Ml; June 14, 1944. 8 p. il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list F-194.) [Supersedes Ord 8 SNL F-194, HESP & E (addendum). 
May 4. 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 8 F-194/2 

F-210. Binocular, M3, M6, MS, M9 and M13, Changes 2; June 25, 1944. [2] p. 
(Standard nomenclature list F-210, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1, 
May 25, 1944.] W 109.14 : Ord 8 F-210/2/ch.2 

F-279. Clock, tank : June 14. 1944. 10 p. (Standard nomenclature list F-279.) 
[Supersedes SNL F-279, addendum, July 13, 1943.] W 100.14 • Ord S F-279 
G-218. Exploder, mine, TlEl ; Mar. 30, 1944. 4 p. 4" (Standard nomenclature 
, ,,.^ list G-218.) W 109.14; Ord 8G-218 

J-lb2. Cleaner and tester, spark plug, 110 v., 60 c, a-c, sgle-ph.. Champion SSS 
serial 300, complete; June 2, 1944. 5 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list 
, o., „J-102.) W 109.14: Ord 8 J-162 

J-247 Hammer, riveting, pneumatic, ^^ in. rivet cap., Thor no. RC-30, complete ; 

June 2, 1944. 6 p. il. (Standard nanienclature list J-247.) 
, „,„ , . W 1(19.14 : Ord 8 J-247 

J-273. Lathe, gap, 14-21 X72-in.. quick-change-gear-box, 115 v., 60 c, sgle-ph.. Star 
stylo GH-QC modified, eomiilete. Changes 1; June 9. 1944. [2] p. (Stand- 
ard noniPiiclaturo list J-273. changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-273/ch.l 
J-320. Machine, brake relining and grinding, 110 v., a. c.-d. c. Star no. 35-S, com- 
plete ; June 2, 1944. 6 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list J-320.) 
■, .^r. r>^ ^ • W 109.14 : Ord 8 J-320 
J-450. Charger, battery, port., rectifler-tube-type, 115 v. 60 c. a-c, 90 v. 6 amp. 
output. Heyer model HI'-12-HW, complete; June 2, 1944. 5 p. il. (Stand- 
ard nomenclature list J-450.) VV 109.14 : Ord 8 J-450 

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August 1944 985 

Supply catalogs — Continued. 
Ord 9 SNL. List of all parts. 

A-42. Cart, hand (M3, M.3A4, M4, M4A1, M5, M5A1, M6 and M6A1), Changes I.- 
June 12, l'J44. 12] i>. (Stamlard nomenclature list A-24, changes 1 ) 
, ,„ ^ . ^. W 109.14 : Ord 9 A-42/ch.l 

A-48. Trainer, machine gun (M3, M4, and M.T), Chansres 1 ; June 21, 1944 [2] p 
(Standard nomenclature list A-48, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 9A-48/ch 1 
B-4. Rifie. U. S., cal. .30, M1917, Changes 1; May 17, 1944. 3 p. (Standard 
nomenclature list B-4. changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 B-4/ch.l 

B-7. Revolver, Colt, cal. .45, M1917, revolver, Smith and Wesson, cal. .45, M1917 • 
June 24, 1944. 23 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list B-7.) [Super- 
sedes p. 1-7 covering parts for revolver, Colt, cal. .45, M1917, revolver, 
Smith and Wesson, cal. .45, M1917, p. 11-26 covering notes and figures of 
SNL B-7, parts and equipment, July 28, 1941, and Changes 3, May 12, 1942 
covering parts for revolver, Colt, cal. .45, M1917, revolver, Smith and 
T, ,^ T^-.^^'^'^xl^'l; '^^h -^^ M1917.] W 109.14 : Ord 9 B-7 

B-17. Rifle, U. S. cal. .22, M1922, Ml, and M2, Changes 1 ; June 7. 1944 [21 p 
T, n^^ ^ (Standard nomenclature list B-17, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord » B-17/ch i 
F-279. Clock, tank, 8-day, Elgin, size 22, grade 562, catalog 1763, clock, tank, 8-day. 
9 jewel, Waltham, model 12S09-T. D.-12, Changes 2 ; June 5, 1944. 24 p 11 
(Standard nomenclature list P-279, changes 2.) [Supersedes Changes 1 

T 10Q T. ^n'^'- r"*' ^^^"^;1 ,/ • „ , , W 34.23 : F-279/list/943/ch.2 

J-129. Drill, elec, port., y2-in., 2-speed, 110 v., a.c.-d.c, Cincinnati type UD, com- 
plete ; May 29, 1944. 11 p. 11. (Standard nomenclature list J-129.) 

W 109 14 • Ord 9 J— 1'>9 
J-181. Grinder bench, elec, 6-in., 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph., B-line iio. 0^610, com- 
plete. Changes 1 ; June 7, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature list J-181 

T 1BO n5 ^"^^^^•^ . , ^. ,.-. W 109.14: Ord 9 J-lSl/ch.l 

J-182. Grinder, bench, elec. 7-in., 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph., B-line no. CC625, com- 

'tH^oo ^'l'"^"^'*"^ 1; June 7, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature list 
T 91S V "("^^^i ^^'^■''^F^ f.^„ , W 109.14 : Ord 9 .T-182/ch.l 

J-218. Valye-refacer, dry, 110 v., a.c.-d.c, %2 to i^ie-in., cap., Sioux no. 623-RA, com- 

V ofi Changes 1 ; June 9, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature list 
1 OOP vi ^•'■^!^"^*^?,^r;> . ^ W 109.14: Ord 9 J-218/ch.l 

J-226. Valve-reseater 110 v., a.c-d.c. Cedar Rapids Vie in. Arbor model, complete: 

June 22, 1944. 6 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list J-226.) 

T ofin Aft V, ^ -I,- r, ,. ^ W 109.14 : Ord 9 J-226 

J-260. Attachment, milling. South Bend 10-in. lathe. Globe no. 31, complete. 
Changes 1; June 19, 1944. [2] p. (Standard nomenclature list J-260, 
T 07^ T .,l!^'^''^fn^-L • . , .. W 109.14 : Ord 9 J-260/ch.l 

J-J70. Lathe, 16 X72-in., quick-change-gear-box. 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph., South Bend 
Son ^ J;:*-^ modified, complete; lathe, 16X96-in., quick-chauge-ge:irbox, 
220 v., 60 c, sgle-ph., South Bend no. 117-E, complete; lathe, 16X96-in. 
quick-change-gear-box, 220 v., 60 c, 3-i>h., South Bend no. 117-E, com- 
plete; and lathe, 16X96-in., quick-change-gear-box, 220 v., 60 c 3-ph 
South Bend no 8117-E, complete ; May 5, 1944. 99 p. il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list J-275.) W 109 14 • Ord 9 J- ''75 
J-296. Press /Irlll floor %X 14 in., 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph., Delta, complete; May 19, 
1J44. 19 p. u. (Standard nomenclature ILst J-296.) 

J-304. Press, drill floor %X15-in.. 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph.. BuffixloVo^ "inSV? "SI! 
hed, complete ; May 24, 1944. 19 p. il. (Standard nomenclature list J-304 ) 

T-417 r^n^-ot^. 11/1 . ,. W 109.14 : Ord 9 .T-.}04 

J ill. Lrenerator liy^ kw., port., gasoline-engine-driven, 110 v., 60 c, sgle-ph.. Home- 
lite model HRA complete; June 10, 1944. 32 p. il. (Standard nomen- 
clature list J-417.) W 109.14 : Ord 9 J-417 
Ord 10 SNL. Tools and supplies. 

N-7. Ordnance medium maintenance company. Changes 1 ; June 10, 1944. 56 D 
(Standard nomenclature list N-7, tentative, changes 1.) 

V o n 1 ^ 1 ■ ^V 109.14 : Ord 10 N-7/ch.l 
N-J. Oidnancp heavy maintenance company, field army. Changes 1; June 10 1944 

4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-9, tentative, changes 1 ) 
M 17 r^ 1 •.. W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-9/ch.l 

N-17. Ordnance ammunition company. Changes 1; June 16. 1944. [21 p (Stand- 

V QT n"r^ nomenclature list N-17, changes 1.) W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-17/ch.l 
lM-d7. Ordnance heavy maintenance company, tank. Changes 1 ; June 10 1944 

4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-37, tentative, changes 1.) 
M R^ r>, 1 ., . . ^ W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-37/ch.l 

iN-ua. Ordnance maintenance battalion, armored division. Changes 1 • June 1 1944 

4 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-65, changes 1.) 

K Q7 Ai.h^..r,„ ^1 • . W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-65/ch.l 

JN-S7. Airhoine ordnance maintenance company. Chances 1; June 10, 1944 3 p 

(Standard nomenclature list N-87, tentative. Changes 1.) 
vr ,17 n,.,ir.„ „ K , , W 109.14 : Ord 10 N~87/ch.l 

it-an. Ordnance base armored vehicle maintenance companv. Changes 1 ; June 10 

1944. 1 p. (Standard nomenclature list N-317. tentative, changes 1 ) ' 
>T qio o,.,i^„„„ K „ W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-317/ch.l 

s>i~aiJ. urflnance base, small arms maintenance companv. Changes 1 ; June 10, 1944 

L-J p. (Standard nomenclature list N-319, tentative changes 1 ) 

W 109.14 : Ord 10 N-319/ch.l 

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986 



Government Publications 



SiippUl catalofjx — Continued. 

Old 12 SNL ()(JS. Obsolete general supplies. 



2-1. 



7-1. 



Obsoloto uronp K matoriol, major itonis ; Juno 15, 1944. 12 p. (Standard 
nom.'ncJature list OGS 2-1.) ( Supersedes SNL, OGS group 2-1 Dec. 23, 
1043, and Cluuigos 1, Mar. 2, 1!)-I4.] W 100.14 : Ord 12 2-1/2 

Obsolete (.'rouii G inateiiel. major items: June 15, 1944. 10 p. (Standard 
nomenelalure list OGS 7-1.) [Supersedes SNL. OGS sroup 7-1. Jan. 28. 
1!)44, and Clianges 1, Feb. 10, 11)44.] W 109.14 : Ord 12 7-1/2 



[Title on p. 1 is: 
W 3.11 : 944 



ADJVTANT GENERAI-'S DEPABTMENT 

Army. OlTicial Army resister, Jan. 1, 1944. 1944. ^-1+ 1629 p. 
Keijister of Armv of United States for 1944.] * Paper, $1.75, 
L. C. card 4-18250 

Same. (H. doc. 427, 7S(li Cong. 2d soss.) 

Army life and Army recruiting news. June 1944 ; v. 26, no. 6. [Governors Island, 
N Y., Recruiting Publicity Bureau, United States Army, June 1, 1944.] 
18+ [2] p. il. large 8° [iMoutbly.] t Kecruiting Publicity Bureau, Governors 
Island, N. Y. ,^„ .^ „^ ,^ 

L. C. card War 22-1 W 3.45 : 26/6 

On/atuzation. [Adjutant General's Office, organization and functions, approved 
Jan. 21, 1944, revised pages] ; June 12, 1914. [H'44.1 [13J leaves, il. oblong 8" 
[Processed. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in original publication.] t 

W 3.2 : Or 3/6/944/rev.pages-2 

Posticrs. Army con.servation project; [posters]. 1944. Each 16.9X13.2 in. or 
16 9X14 in. [For official use only and distributed only within the armed 
services.] % W 3.46/7 : SO-Q-32, etc. 

80-Q-32. Don't overcook meat, cook at low temperature, for host roasting results always 

cUeck with this chart. IThis poster to l)e displayed in kitchens only.] 
82-P-12. Supplies on the shelf are out of action ! let's get 'em back in the tight, llhis 

poster to be display< d in unit supp y room only.] , , , 

91-P-IT5 Vital war materials from salv;>£:ed kitchen waste, keep 'em separate, keep em 

cl-an. [This poster will be displayed in kitchens only.] 
92-0-11. Match your tires ! make tires last. 

Some birds talk too much! silence means security!! "parrot" security 

poster. 1944. 22X14 in. $ W 3.46/1 : T 14/15 

JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Bulletin. Bulletin of judge advocate general of Army, tables of opinions and 
cases published in v. 1-2, 1942-43, and in Supplement 1. 1941, to Digest of 
opinions of judge advocate general of Army, 1912-40. 1944. iii+137-154 p. 
[Issued with perforations.] t • Item 1169 W 10.3 : v.l, 2/ tab. 

Bulletin of judge advocate general of Army, v. 3, no. 5 ; May 1944. 1944. 

iii+179-221 p. [Slonthly. Issued with perforations.] % • Item 1169 

W 10.3 : 3/o 

• MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Anuy luir.^e. Army nurse, for Army nurses. Medical Department dietitians, 
Medical Department physical therapy aides, occupational therapy aides, v. 1, 
no. 1 ; Jan. 1944. [1944.] 10 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] t oq.i/i 

Same v. 1, no. 2; Feb. 1944. [1944.] 5 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

J W 44.29 : 1/2 

Same, v. 1, no. 3 ; Mar. 1944. [1!'44.] 11 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

+ W 44.29 : 1/3 

Same, V. 1, no. 4 ; Apr. 1944. [1944.] 13 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

Same, v. 1. no. 5; May 1944. [1944.] 16 p. il. 4° [Monthly. Processed.] 

* W 44.29 : 1/5 

Same, V. 1, no. 6 ; June 1944. [1944.] 17 p. il. 4» [Monthly. Processed.] 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



August 1944 987 

Government supplies. Catalog change notice 7-1943, for 1943 Medical Depart- 
ment supply catalog, anidt. 2; June 15, 1044. [1!M4.J 1 p. 4" [Processed. 
Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in supply catalog.! J 

W 44.26 : 943/ch.7/amdt.2 

Catalog change notice 10-1943, for 1943 Medical Department supply catalog; 

June 15, 3944. [1944.1 [1] +l-7a+S-13 leaves, 4° [Processed. Issued in 
loose-leaf form for insertion in supply catalog.] t W 44.26 : 943/ch.lO' 

MOKALE SERVICES mVISION 

Armed Forces Institute. Catalog of Armed Forces Institute ; prepared by Morale 
Services Division, Army Service Forces and Educational Services Section, 
Bureau of Naval Personnel. 2d edition, Mar. 1944. [1944.] [4] +100 p. il. 
[Title on cover is: T'SAFI, United States Armed Forces Institute, Army-Navy 
school witli the world campus.] f 
L. C. card 44-41270 W 109.202 : Ar 5/944 

Ncwsmap. Newsmap, June 22-29 to July 20^27 [1944], v. 3, no. 11-15; prepared 
hv Armv Information Branch, from public sources of information. July 3-31, 
1944. Each [2] p. il. oblong f° [Weekly.] t W 109.207 : 3/11-15 

Same, special edition, June 15-22 to June 29-July 6 [1944], v. 3, no. 10-12; 

prepared l)y Army Information Branch, from public sources of information. 
July 3-17, 1944. Each [2] p. il. oblong f" [Weekly.] $ W 109.207/2 : 3/10-12 

Newsmap, industrial edition, June 22-29 to July 20-27 [1944], v. 3, no. 

11-15; prepared from public sources of information. July 3-31, 1944. Each 
1 p. il. oblong f° [Weekly.] t ' W 109.209 : 3/11-15 

Newsmap, overseas edition, June 22-29 to July 20-27 [1944], v. 3, no. 11-15; 

pi'epared by Ai-my Information Branch, from public sources of infornjation. 
July 10-Aug. 7 ,1944. Each [2| p. il. oWong t° [Weekly.] $ 

W 109.208 : 3/11-15 

l'n.<(i('rs. Your battleship and her requirements; [poster]. 1944. 17.5X23.5 in. 
[From Newsmap, overseas edition, .May 11-lS, 1944.] t W 109.211 : B32 

ordnance; department 

Firivg tables. Firing tables for gun, 6-inch, M1900, I\I1903A2, and M190.5A2, 
firing .sliell. H. E., Mk. 2A2, Changes 1; May 29, 1944. Publications Depart- 
ment, Kai-itan Arsenal [1944]. 1 p. 10° (FT 6-F-l [changes] 1.) [Proc- 
essed.] I W 34.34 : 6-F-l/ch.l 

Firing tables for gun, 8-inch, Ml, firing shell, H. E., M103, with fuze, M. T., 

MG7, Changes 1 : JIar. 7, 1944. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 
lf>44.] [12 1 p. 12" (FT 8-1^1 [changes] 1.) [Proces!<ed.l t 

W 34.34 : 8-I^l/ch.l 

Firing tai)les for gun, 7.5-mm, M2 and M3 (tank), firing shell, H. E., M48, 

shell, II. E., Mk. 2. shell, smoke (WP) Mk. 2, projectile, A. P. C. Mfil. and shell, 
fixed (smoke) B. E., M89, Changes 3; May 1, 1944. [Publications Depart- 
ment, Raritan Arsenal, 1944. | [U| leaves, 24" (FT 75-AD-5 Ichanges] 3.) 
[Processed. Sui)ersedes Changes 1 and 2, Sept. 25 and Dec. 29, 1943.] J 

W 34.34 : 75-AD-5/ch.3 

Firing tables for gun, 1.55-nun, Ml ami MlAl, firing .shell. H. E., MlOl and 

shell, chemical, Ml()4. Changes 1; May 29, 1944. [Publications Department, 
Raritan Arsenal, 1944.] [1] +105-113 p. narrow 12" (FT 1.5.VS-2 [changes] 
1.) [Processed.] t W 34.34 : 155-S-2/ch.l 

Firing tables for howitzer. 105-mm, M2. M2A1 and IM4, firing shell, smoke, 

B. E., 105-nun. MS4, shell, II. E., A. T., M67, and shell, H. E., Ml, Changes 5; 
Mar. 11, 1944. [Publications Department, Raritan Ar.senal, 1944.] 4 p. 12° 
(FT 105-H-3 [changes] 5.) [Processed. Supersedes Changes 1-4. Nov. 18, 
1942-Jan. 27, 1944.] t AV 34.34 : 105-H-3/ch.5 

Same, Changes 0: May 2. 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Ar.senal 

[1944]. 1 p. 12" (FT 10.5-H-3 [changes] 0.) [Processed.] J 

W 34.34 : 105-H-3/ch.6. 

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Firing tables. — Continued. 

• Same, Chaiigos 7 ; May 24, 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal 

[1944]. 1 p. 10° (FT 105-H-3 [changes] 7.) [Processed.] t 

W 34.34 : 105-H-3/ch.7 

Firinfi tal)les for howitzer, lo5-mni. Ml, firing shell, H. E., M107, with 

fuze, P. D., MHl, fuze, comb, time sq., M55, fuze, time, mechanical, M67 and 
shell, smoke, B. E., 155-mm. M116. fuze, comb, time sq., M54 ; Apr. 1944. 1944. 
xx-i+131 + [4] p. il. 16° (FT irir)-Q-2.) [Supersedes FT 155-Q-l, July 7, 
1942, and Changes 2, Jan. 21, 1944.] t W 34.34 : 155-Q-2 

• Same, Changes 1 ; May 24, 1944. Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal 

[1944]. 1 p. 12° (FT 155-Q-2 [changes] 1.) [Processed.] t 

W 34.34 : 155-Q-2/ch.l 

Firing tables for howitzer, 155-mm, M1917, M1917A1, and M1918, firing 

shell, li. E., M102, shell, H. E., Mk. lAl, shell, smoke, B. E., M115, Changes 1; 
May 24, 1944. I'ublications Department, Raritan Arsenal [1944.] 1 p. 12