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Arlington National Cemetery, to authorize the enlarge- Page

ment of—(See S. 3717.)
Armed Forces (See also Military; Uniformed Serv-

ices, infra.)
Academies
Air Force Academy-
Board of Visitors to, members appointed on

the part of -
House...

91
Senate..ed

135
Cadets, to bring the number up to full

strength-(See H.R. 12417.)
Professors at the, to increase the pay of cer-

tain permanent-(See H.R. 12313.)
Coast Guard Academy-
Board of Visitors to, members appointed on

the part of-
House

91, 95
Senate.---

70, 120
Construction, resolution favoring new, to re-
place the present.--

183
Military Academy,
Board of Visitors to, members appointed on

the part of -
House..

91
Senate...

135
Cadets, to bring the number up to full

strength-(See H.R. 12417.)
Professors at the, to increase the pay of cer-

tain permanent—(See H.R. 12313.)
Naval Academy,
Board of Visitors to, members appointed on

the part of -
House-

91
Senate ---

138
Annuities, retired or retainer pay, draft of pro-

posed legislation to amend the law with re-
spect to, based on.--

351
Army-(See Armed Forces; Department of De-

fense; Department of the Army; Depart-
ment of the Air Force and Department of the
Army, Department of the Army and Depart-
ment of the Navy; Secretary of Defense; Sec-

retary of the Army.)
Claims against the United States, to provide for

settlement of, for damage to, or loss of, per-
sonal property incident to their service (See

H.R. 10978.)
Coast Guard-(See Department of the Treasury-

Coast Guard.)
Court-martial sentences, to amend the law to

authorize reduction in enlisted grade upon

approval of—(See H.R. 12200.)
Deceased members, to authorize payments of ac-

counts without settlement by General Ac-

counting Office(See H.R. 9702.)
Declaration under penalty of perjury in lieu of

an affidavit, to amend the law to permit the
establishment of certain facts by-(See H.R.

3313.)
Desegregation, to provide for schools for depend-

ents of military personnel closed by—(See

S. 3001.)
Educational and training benefits to persons en-

tering, concurrent resolution favoring ex-
tension.--

208
Enlisted man, retired pay, retirement pay, or re-

tainer pay, to provide that in determining the
amount of, all service shall be counted-(See

S. 3088.)
Enlisted members, retired pay for, to provide uni-

form computation of—(See H.R. 11812.)
Female contract (See Surgeons.)

Armed Forces-Continued
Grade, position on a promotion list, seniority in

grade, and eligibility for promotion, draft of
proposed legislation to amend the law to al-
low the crediting of service in any armed

force for the purpose of determining -----
Household
Effects, to amend the law by imposing limita-

tions on the transportation of—(See S. 3747;

H.R. 12570.)
Goods of military personnel, report of the re-

view of commercial air shipments of -----
Insurance status of members of the, to provide for

the equitable adjustment of the-(See H.R.

9785.)
Jurisdiction of United States courts over employ-

ees of, outside the United States, establishing
a select committee to study the question of-

(See S. Res. 253.)
Killed or wounded in disturbances other than a

state of war, to amend the law to provide
benefits for members of the Armed Forces

(See S. 3705.)
Military law, to codify recent and to improve the

code, draft of proposed legislation..-
Military or naval records
Semiannual report of payment of claims arising

from the correction of, for the period

ended-
June 30, 1959----

December 31, 1959.-
National Guard
Training duty, members of the engaged in, to

amend the law relating to (See S. 1764.)
Welch, W. Va., report of proposed construction

of armory with storage building at..
National Service Life Insurance
Effective date of, applied for by members of

the Armed Forces on active duty-(See S.

2978.)
Naval records—(See Military, supra.)
Navy-(See Academies, supra; Department of the

Army and Department of the Navy; Depart-

ment of the Navy; Secretary of the Navy.)
Oaths, to authorize persons to administer, and to

perform notarial acts, for persons serving
with, outside the United States (See S. 3746;

H.R. 12265.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding-----
Oficers
Civil action, to permit a, to be brought against,

in official capacity, à person acting under, or
an agency of the United States, in any judi-
cial district of the United States where a

plaintiff in the action resides (See S. 3368.)
Commissioned, losses in pay suffered under

emergency economy legislation, to amend the
law relating to the settlement of—(See S.

3588.)
Pay-
Back, to correct injustice by providing for-

(See S. 3778.)
Retired, relating to (See H.R. 1970.)
Special, under the Career Compensation Act

of 1949, during calendar 1959.--
Promotion and retirement of, to revise provi-

sions of the law relating to—(See S. 1795.)
Reserve—

Active duty agreements for-(See H.R. 5132.)
Commissioned, to amend the law with respect

to—(See H.R. 8186.)
Retired commissioned oficers, relating to the

employment of, by contractors of the Depart-
ment of Defense and the Armed Forces (See

H.R. 10959.)
Retirement-(See Promotion, supra.)

275

155

74

Armed Forces—Continued

Page
Overpayments inadvertently made, to validate,

and relieve certifying and disbursing officers

from liability_(See H.R. 900.)
Pay, duty and retired, historical relationship be-

tween, resolution favoring restoration of the. 19
Recruiting activities of the, resolution favoring:
consolidation of all.----

483
Reserve-
Active duty, to amend the law with regard to

the procedure for ordering members of the,
to, and the requirements for physical exami-

nation-(See H.R. 8212.)
Components of the, training of, annual report
on, fiscal 1959----

64
Reserve Oficer's Training Corps, flight instruc-

tion for members of the, authorizing con-

tinuation of—(See H.R. 11787.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---

106
Retirement benefits of members of the, concurrent

resolutions favoring increasing the.--- 123, 125
Submersibles, operators of, to amend the law to

provide for the payment of incentive pay to-

(See S. 3636.)
Surgeons (See Surgeons.)
Travel and transportation allowances and trans-

portation of dependents and of baggage and
household effects to the homes of their selec-
tion for certain members of the uniformed

services, to authorize—(See H.R. 10068.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---- 106
Uniform, to amend the law to prohibit the use,

in advertising for a commercial purpose, of

a(See S. 3090.)
Uniformed Services, travel and transportation al-

lowances and transportation of dependents
and of baggage and household effects, draft

of proposed legislation to authorize....-
Armed Forces Museum Advisory Board, Smithsonian

Institution, establishing a, to authorize ex-
pansion for portraying the contributions of

the Armed Forces (See S. 3846.)
Armed Forces Voluntary Recruitment Act of 1945,

amending, enlisted members, retired pay for,
to provide uniform computation of-(See

H.R. 11812.)
Armed Services Procurement Act of 1947, amending-

(See H.R. 12572.)
Arms-
Control, strengthening the Government for, re-
port on, ordered printed.-----

545
Nuclear and conventional, resolution favoring
disarmament of...---

354
Arms Control Research Institute, to establish an-

(See S. 3173.)
Arms Control Research Institute Act(See S. 3173.)
Army-(See Armed Forces; Department of Defense;

Department of the Army; Secretary of De-

fense; Secretary of the Army.)
Army and Navy Legion of Valor, U.S.A., Inc., com-

munications from, transmitting, reports by.
on finances of the, for July 18, 1958, through
July 21, 1959.---

16
Army Distaff Foundation, to exempt from taxation

certain property of the (See S. 3195.)
Army General Staff-(See Department of the Army

and the Army General Staff.)
Arner, Frederick B., Library of Congress, granted
privileges of the floor of the Senate ---

507
Aromatic cachous, to amend the law relating to (See

H.R. 4586.)
Articles and commodities tendered for sale to the Gov-

ernment, to amend the law to establish fees
for testing-(See S. 3492.)

Artistic antiquities and other objects, to amend the law Page

with respect to the time of production of, to

entitle them to free entry- (See S. 3656.)
Arts, medal for- (See Presidential Medal for Civilian

Achievement.)
Arts and sciences— (See National Showcase of the Arts

and Sciences.)
Arts council—(See Municipal arts council.)
Asato, Hajume- (See S. 1701.)
Asato, Mrs. Keum Ja (Mrs. Thomas R. Asato)-(See

S. 3884.)
Asia, foreign policy on, authorizing additional copies of

the committee print relating to (See S. Res.

228.)
Assaturian, Gourgen H.-(See H.R. 2584.)
Assaults and homicides, to include certain officers

and employees,
Department of Agriculture, draft of proposed leg-
islation regarding --

207
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare,

draft of proposed legislation regarding ---- 182
Department of Labor-(See S. 2961.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding ---

80
Atlantic democracies, favoring a convention of dele-

gates from, for greater cooperation and unity

of purpose— (See S. Con. Res. 17.)
Atomic energy-
Assistant Secretary of State for, authorizing an-

(See S. 3155.)
Military information and material, authorizing

additional copies of hearings with respect to

(See S. Con. Res. 91.)
Atomic Energy Act of 1954

Amending-(See S. 3461.)
Department of the Treasury, Coast Guard, re-

stricted data, to grant access to — (See S.

3460.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding -

17
Draft of proposed legislation relating to--

225
Military information and material, authorizing

additional copies of hearings with respect to

(See S. Con. Res. 91.)
Atomic Energy Commission-
Acquisition, construction, or expansion; research

and development with the Government of
Canada, draft of proposed legislation to au-
thorize appropriations for ---

118
Anaconda Co., New Mexico, review of contracts
with...

347
Appropriations-
Authorizations for—(See S. 3084, S 3387; H.R.

11713.)
Amending, linear electron accelerator, con-

struction of a, draft of proposed legislation
relating to.---

202
Civil functions for fiscal 1961- (See H.R. 12326.)
Overobligation of, in excess of approved appor-
tionment -

207
Communications from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of -
Acquisition, construction, or expansion; re-

search and development with the Govern-
ment of Canada, to authorize appropria-
tions for.---

118
Appropriations, authorizations for—(See S.

3084.)
Amending, linear electron accelerator, con-
struction of a, relating to----

202
Atomic Energy Act of 1954 and Euratom Co-
operation Act of 1954, to amend.---

225
Euratom Cooperation Act of 1958, amending-- 360
Reports by, on-
Annual for calendar 1959..

79
Appropriations, overobligation of, in excess of
approved apportionment..

207

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Atomic Energy Commission-Continued

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Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by on-
Property, foreign excess, disposed of by the
for fiscal 1959---

67
Tort claims paid for fiscal 1959.-

18
Union Carbide Nuclear Co., Urvan, Colo., review

of the contract with, for procurement of ura-
nium concentrates...

359
Attorney General-

Communications from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of-
Downgrading actions, to amend the law with

respect to the preservation of compensa-
tion in.--

282
Fugitive Felon Act, to amend the law with
respect to.----

221
Judgments and settlements, to simplify the
payment of certain.---

16
Juvenile delinquents, escape or attempted
escape of, with respect to the....

221
Persecuted peoples, to amend the law to mod-

ernize and liberalize the quota system and
provide for the admission of.-----

169
Prisoners, mentally incompetent, to amend

the law to terminate the custody of..--- 26
Reports by, on-
Annual for fiscal 1959.-

347
Beryllium industry, competitive effects of the

Defense Production Act programs on the,
and the results of the review of the volun-
tary agreements and programs..-

134
Defense Production Act of 1950 and a con-

tinuing review of the outstanding voluntary
agreements and programs under the act,
administration of the..

9, 530
Department of Justice, appropriation, resto-
ration of balances withdrawn from..

11
Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, ad-

ministration of, for the period January 1955
to December 1959.--

486
Molybdenum industry, study of the competi-

tive effects of the Defense Production Act
programs on the-----

315
Oil and gas, interstate compact to conserve,
to renew..

15
Rubber, synthetic, annual, on competition in
the, for 1958.

9
Subversive Control Act of 1950, administra-

tion of the, for year ending May 31, 1960.. 412
Young American Medal for Bravery, awarding
for calendar 1958_-.

314
Auad, Mrs. Pilar S., Beatriz, and Manuel-(See S.

2834.)
Auburn University, Auburn, Ala., authorizing the Sec-

retary of Agriculture to convey lands to—(See

S. 3759.)
Augusta Furniture Co., Inc., of Staunton, Va.,

relating to the election under the Internal

Code of 1954 by the-(See S. 2779.)
Austria, agreements concluded under the Agricul-

tural Trade Development and Assistance
Act-----

343
Automobiles-(See also Motor Vehicle.)
Distribution of, relative to the, in interstate com-

merce- (See S. 2151.)
Automotive tire industry, report on dual distribution
in the...

563
Aviation- (See also Federal Aviation.).
Fuel, draft of proposed legislation to amend the
law by imposing a tax on the sale of...

220
Insurance(See Insurance Industry; War-risk-

Aviation.)
Azuma, Dr. Nobutaka-(See S. 3865.)

Bad Axe, Wis., works of improvement for watershed Page
protection and flood prevention.--

306
Badger Creek Mill-Picayune Creek, Iowa, works of im-

provement for watershed protection and flood
prevention.----

306
Bahr, Peter Leo_(See S. 2566.)
Bail, to provide for reducing sentences of imprison-

ment imposed on persons held in custody

awaiting trial for want of—(See S. 2932.)
Baker Federal Reclamation project, Oregon, author-

izing the Secretary of the Interior to con-
struct, operate, and maintain the upper divi-

sion of the-(See S. 3063.)
Baker, Julia Rodgers, for the relief of the minor child

of the late-(See S. 3113.)
Baker, Keitha L. (See S. 1454.)
Baker, Mrs. Margaret-(See H.R. 2085.)
Ballestaros, Nicolasa Martin_(See S. 3064.)
Ballistic missile program, review of administrative

management of the Department of the Air
Forced

294
Balog, Ivan-(See S. 3374.)
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., report of payment for

damage to bridge by Coast Guard, December
1959

67
Bamboo pipe stems on the free list, to amend the law to

place-(See H.R. 10841.)
Bank-(See also Banks.)

Foreign (See Foreign central.)

Soil-(See Soil bank.)
Banks
Mergers and consolidations of, to amend the law

to provide safeguards against, which might
lessen competition unduly or tend to create a
monopoly in the field of banking-(See

S. 1062.)
National, political contributions and expenditures

by, to prevent certain—(See S. 3037.)
State controlled banks belonging to the Federal

Reserve System, to exempt, from the statutory
limits on the number of their directors (See

S. 3158.)
Banks, corporations, and labor organizations, to pre-

vent certain political contributions and ex-

penditures by—(See S. 3037.)
Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act, amending, lease-

hold interests in lands in Hawaii, to authorize
the Secretary of Agriculture to assist finan-

cially persons holding-(See S. 2891.)
Banking Act of 1933, amending, State controlled banks

belonging to the Federal Reserve System, to
exempt from the statutory limits on the num-

ber of their directors (See S. 3158.)
Bankruptcy-
Claims filed, to require, and to limit the time of

filing-(See H.R. 7727.)
Concealment of assets-
In contemplation of, to amend the law with re-

spect to (See H.R. 5747.)
Relating to (See H.R. 6816.)
Courts, annual statistical tables reflecting busi-
ness by the, for fiscal 1959------

285
Petitions, notices, orders, and other papers, to

amend the law relating to the transmission of,
to the Secretary of the Treasury- (See H.R.

7726.)
Trustee, closing fee, to amend the law regarding

the, and the fee for the filing of a petition-
(See S. 2052.)

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Bankruptcy Act,

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Amending-
Claims filed, to require, and to limit the time of

filing-(See H.R. 7727.)
Concealment of assets, relating to (See H.R.

6816.)
Discharge, to amend the law to limit the use of

false financial statements as a bar to (See

H.R. 4346.)
Liens, relating to _(See H.R. 7242.)
Petitions, notices, orders, and other papers, re-

lating to the transmission of, to the Secretary

of the Treasury—(See H.R. 7726.)
Referees, orders of, to clarify time for review

of-(See H.R. 6556.)
Trustee, closing fee, to amend the law regard-

ing the, and the fee for the filing of a peti-

tion- (See S. 2052.)
Baquero, Mr. A. A., petition praying confirmation of,
as postmaster of Loiza, P.R---

483
Barakos, George Michael (See S. 3589.)
Barbeta, Luis Mir— (See S. 3137.)
Barbiero, William J.-(See H.R. 7036.)
Bardwell Reservoir, authorizing and providing for the

construction of the(See S. 601.)
Barker, John R., separation and retirement of — (See S.

2388.)
Barkley Dam project, Kentucky, authorizing an emer-

gency appropriation for prosecution of the

(See S. 3783.)
Barth, Erica-(See S. 2165.)
Bartlett, E. L. (Senator from the State of Alaska).
Attended

1
Board of Visitors to Coast Guard Academy, ap-
pointed member of...

70
Canada-United States Interparliamentary group,
appointed member-----

219
Committee appointment, funeral.-

160
Conferee, appointed as_

234, 352, 399, 430, 549
Basseri, Sharokh-(See S. 2771.)
Batarse, Mansour-(See S. 3136.)
Bate, Lt. Col. James Murray (deceased) and Maj. Billie

Harold Lynch (deceased), heirs of—(See S.

3667.)
Battle Monuments Commission—(See American Battle

Monuments Commission.)
Baurkot, Raymond-(See H.R. 6767.)
Bauxite, duty on certain, to continue for 2 years the

suspension of-(See H.R. 9307.)
Beall, J. Glenn (Senator from the State of Mary-

land)-
Attendance, excused from.--

151
Attended..

1
Board of Visitors to Naval Academy, appointed
member..

133
Conferee, appointed as-

181, 356, 417
Beaman, John E. and Adelaide K.-(See S. 3707.)
Bear Creek, Tenn., report of improvement in water-
sheds.----

171
Beasely, Joan Discallar-(See S. 3484.)
Beaver Creek-

Kentucky, report of improvement in watersheds- 171
Virginia, works of improvement on..

429
Beck, Master Sergeant Leon 0.-(See S. 3082.)
Beckles, Hubert 0.-(See H.R. 7551.)
Beecroft, Walter F.-(See S. 3016.)
Beef and red meats from foreign countries, resolu-

tions favoring reduction and control of the
importation of.---

103, 107
Belasco (See Lafayette Square.)
Bell Mah Ngim (Bill Mah)-(See S. 3218.)
Beltran, Hon. Pedro, Prime Minister of Peru, privileges
of the floor of the Senate to...

399
Benlevi, Hadji-(See S. 3118.)

Bennett, Wallace F. (Senator from the State of Page

Utah)-
Attended.

1
Commission, memorial to James Madison, ap-
pointed member---

297
Conferee, appointed as.

-223, 305, 328, 469, 534
Bentonia, Miss., works of improvement on..

429
Bent's Old Fort near La Junta, Colo., authorizing the

establishment of a national historic site at

(See. S. 1833.)
Bergman Rudolph Carl-(See S. 3066.)
Bernalillo County, N. Mex., to amend the law with

respect to payments to, for furnishing hos-
pital care for certain Indians (See H.R.

11545.)
Bernstein, Paul, conferring jurisdiction on the Court

of Claims on the claim of— (See H.R. 11791.)
Berries, canning and freezing, to authorize marketing

agreements and orders with respect-(See

S. 3318.)
Berryman, William L.—(See H.R. 8885.)
Beryllium industry, report of the competitive effects

of the Defense Production Act programs on
the, and the results of the review of the
voluntary agreements and programs.---

134
Bethune, Mary McLeod, authorizing the erection in the

District of Columbia of a memorial to

(H.J. Res. 502.)
Bible (See Holy Bible.)
Bible, Alan (Senator from the State of Nevada) -
Attended.----

1
Conferee, appointed as..

181, 191, 356, 417
Guam, resolution from, expressing appreciation to,

for work in interest of the people of---
Bicycle tires and tubes used in the manufacture or

production of new bicycles, to exempt, from
the manufacturers excise tax on tires and

tubes—(See H.R. 8318.)
Bidding, competitive, relative to the awarding of Gov-

ernment contracts for supplies and services

(See S. Res. 348.)
Big Bend Dam and Reservoir project on the Missouri

River-(See Indians and Indian reserva-
tions-Brule Sioux, Lower; Indian Reserva-

tions_Crow Creek.)
Big Blue River and tributaries, to negotiate and enter

into a compact relating to the apportionment

of the waters of the (See S. 1605.)
Big Prairie and French reeks, Ala., works of im-
provement for...

347
Bills and joint resolutions (See also Order, questions

of; President-Messages, and Communications

from, transmitting Reports by, on.)
Calendar call-
Consideration of, to which there is no objec-

tion.- 183, 217, 260, 296, 310, 330, 377, 421, 505, 531
Dispensed with.--.

37, 160, 173, 201, 224, 230, 266, 293, 334, 352

381, 412, 507.
Order for.

582
Disapproval-(See President Messages and com-

munications from, transmitting—Disap-

proval.)
Veto of-(See President-Messages and com-

munications from, transmitting-Veto.)
Vice President or President pro tempore au-

thorized to sign enrolled—(See Senate-Vice

President.)
Birds—(See Mammals.)
Birds and wildlife, to authorize the use of surplus

grain for the feeding of—(See H.J. Res. 713.)
Birdsboro Armorcast, Inc., Birdsboro, Pa., contracts
and subcontracts with..

23
Bismarck, N. Dak., to authorize conveyance of certain

lands to (See S. 1663, S. 3853.)
Black Rivers, Ark., and La., review of reports on.--- 429

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Blind-
Disability insurance benefits, to provide, for, who

has at least one quarter of coverage (See S.

3067.)
Education of the, to amend the law to authorize

wider distribution of books and instruction

materials (See S. 3378.)
Residence requirements as conditions for eligibil-

ity for aid to, to prohibit (See. S. 3470.)
Self-supporting, to amend the law to encourage

and stimulate needy, to become-(See s.

3449.)
Blinded Veterans Association

Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by, on-

Audit for period ended December 31, 1959....

Finances of for fiscal 1959.--
Blue Ridge and Natchez Trace Parkways, to authorize

the purchase and exchange of land and in-

terests therein on the— (See S. 2914.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---
Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc., to incorporate

the- (See S. 1315.)
Bluemner, Max-(See S. 3895.)
Boggess, Warren S.- (See H.R. 8988.)
Bohin, Leila Finlay-(See S. 2554. )
Bolivia,

Economic and technical assistance program-
Report on..

Copy of reply to Comptroller General.--.
Foreign Aid Programs in, report on administra-

tion of, ordered printed --
Report on examination of, as administered by the

International Cooperation Administration,

Department of State.
Boll weevil, cotton, resolution favoring funds for re-

search..
Bond, Mrs. Virginia (See H.R. 7933.)
Bonds, contractor-(See Contractor-Bonds.)
Bonne, Maryellen-(See S. 3899.)
Borinquen Home Corp.-(See S. 2770.)
Bornstayn, Zeldi_(See S. 2940.)
Borsa, Giuseppe(See S. 2907.)
Bos, John W.-(See S. 3223.)
Botanic garden-(See Tropical botanic garden.)
Boxing contests, to amend the law to prohibit racket-

eering incident to the arrangement or con-

duct of professional—(See S. 3690.)
Boy Scouts of America, annual report for calendar

1959.--
Boy Scout Troop, that Burnside, Ky., shall be known as

the original home and founding place of the

first American-(See S. Con, Res. 105.)
Boys' Clubs of America,

Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by, on-

Annual for calendar 1959.-

Financial and activities for calendar 1959-
Boyle, Hon. Charles A., late a Representative from Illi-

nois (See S. Res. 224)
Bradley, Edgar Harold—(See S. 2443.)
Braganza, Bernard J.-(See 8. 3900.)
Braille musical scores, establishing a library of, within

the Library of Congress (See S. 2760.)
Branan, Paul James (See S. 3811.)
Branches of the Government-(See also Agencies;

Departments.)
Authorizing the Committee on Government Op-

erations to investigate the operation of all

(See S. Res. 246.)
Bratton, Helen Choi-(See 8. 3919.)
Bravery-(See Young American Medal for Bravery.)
Brazil -

Legislature, recess to greet members of_---
Relief of estates of members of U.S. Navy Band

involved in-(See S. 3382.)

Brazil—Continued

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Rio de Janeiro, air accident, to express the sense

of the Senate over the, on February 25, 1960

(See S. Res. 280.)
Technical assistance program for, report of, for
fiscal 1955-59..

315
Bread, administered prices, report on...

545
Bredee, Patricia Crouse(See S. 231.)
Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Harley-(See S. 3870.)
Bridge commissions and authorities, to provide for the

annual audit of, for the filling of vacancies in

membership, etc.—(See S. 1511.)
Bridge Canyon- (See Colorado River-Bridge Can-

yon.)
Bridges, over Federal dams, to amend the law to in-

crease the amount authorized for- (See S.

793.)
Bridges, Styles (Senator from the State of New

Hampshire),
Attended.

1
Committee appointments, arrangements for the

Inauguration of the President-elect and Vice
President-elect, member of.-----

380
Conferee, appointed as..

181,
191, 232, 252, 337, 366, 392, 419, 427, 431, 440,

457, 466, 523, 551.
Briganti, Salvatore — (See S. 3432.)
Brodit, Ireneo D. and Antonio D.-(See H.R. 2117.)
Brooklyn Steel Warehouse Co.-(See H.R. 9958.)
Brownlee, William H.-(See S. 2873.)
Browns Valley Irrigation District, Yuba County, Calif.,

application for loans for reclamation --- 15, 165
Brucellosis-eradication program, concurrent resolu-

tion favoring funds for the continuation
of the.

107
Brunken, Elwood-(See S. 3850.)
Brunsdale, Norman (Senator-designate from the State

of North Dakota) -
Committee

Assignments— (See S. Res. 251.)

Election to (See S. Res. 276.)

Credentials presented and oath administered.---- 2
Brush Creek, W. Va., watershed protection and flood
prevention, report of..--

202
Budget

Balancing-(See S.J. Res. 174.)
Concurrent resolutions favoring amending the

Constitution relative to----19, 107, 109, 123, 124, 134
Fiscal 1961, message from President on..

37
Buffalo Creek, Virginia, report of improvement in
watersheds..

171
Bulkhead lines at mean high water mark beyond which

no filling is permitted, resolution favoring
policies to establish..

482
Bulk-mail matter, study of the effect of the increases

in postage rates of third-class, as of March
1, 1960.-

198, 202
Bulski, Stanley (Zdzislaw Rekosz) —(See S. 3757.)
Burbage, Irby S.-(See S. 3101.)
Burdick, Quentin (Senator-elect from the State of

North Dakota) -
Committee assignments—(See S. Res. 371.)

Credentials presented and oath administered.---- 478
Bureau of Productivity Councils-
Establishing a, in the executive branch of the Gov-

ernment-(See S. 3121.)
Bureau of Reclamation Operating Fund, establish-

ing-(See S. 3580.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding-

290
Bureau of the Budget

Communic tions from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of -
Dulles International Airport, authorizing the

District of Columbia to plan, construct, op-
erate, and maintain a sanitary sewer to
connect the, with the District of Columbia
system.

258

183

224
134

2

308

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