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Medical care and treatment furnished by agencies and Page

departments of the Government, recovery
from third persons of the cost of—(See S.

3547.)
Medical Education Act of 1960—(See S. 3875.)
Medway, Dr. William-(See S. 2884.)
Mela, Pietro - (See H.R. 9226.)
Melisarris, Constantinos— (See S. 3329.)
Melville, Jay R., and Peter E. K. Shepherd-(See S.

1410.)
Menominee Termination Act, amending—(See S. 3544;

H.R. 11813.)
Merced County Stream Group flood control project,

California, concurrent resolution favoring ap-
propriation for review study of the---

208
Mercedes division, lower Rio Grande rehabilitation

project, Texas, relating to—(See H.R. 10311.)
Merchandise
Aggregating not exceeding $400, authorizing in-

formal entries of — (See H.R. 9240.)
Gold or silver, to facilitate the protection of con-

sumers of articles of merchandise composed
of, from fraudulent misrepresentation con-

cerning the quality thereof—(See S. 3107.)
Merchant

Vessels-
Barges, to authorize the Secretary of Com-

merce to sell 10 Liberty to citizens of the
United States for conversion into_(See S.J.

Res. 206.)
Priorities in transportation by, to provide emer-

gency authority for, in the interest of na-
tional defense..

343
Merchant Marine Academy-
Appointment of United States nationals to, per-

mitting-(See S. 3429.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--

227
Board of Visitors to
Members appointed on the part of-
House-

95, 120
Senate

70, 120
Faculty and administrative staff, clarifying the

status of the, and establishing personnel poli-

cies for- (See H.R. 5383.)
Merchant Marine Act, 1920—

Amending-
Coastwise trade, to make more uniform the laws

governing them (See S. 3188.)
Rebuilt vessel, to prohibit operation of a, unless

the entire rebuilding is effected within the

United States—(See S. 3189.)
Merchant Marine Act, 1936

Amending-
Construction differential subsidy, to remove lim-

itations on the-(See S. 2584; H.R. 10644.)
Department of Commerce, Federal Maritime

Board, ocean mail transportation, to confer
on the, authority to determine postal rates

for-(See S. 3298.)
Fishing vessels, inctions relating to, trans-

ferred to the Secretary of the Interior-(See

S. 2481.)
Merchant Marine Academy-
Appointment of United States nationals to,

to permit-(See S. 3429.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--- 227
Faculty and administrative staff, clarifying

the status of the, and establishing personnel

policies for--(See H.R. 5383.)
Ship-mortgage insurance, to include floating

drydocks under the definition of "vessel”-

(See S. 107.)
Ship mortgages, to authorize advances on Gov-

ernment-insured-(See S. 3018.)
Vessels, extending the life of certain- (See S.

2998; H.R. 10646.)

Merchant Ship Sales Act (See Department of Com- Page

merce-Maritime Administration.)
Meredith Victory, to provide appropriate recognition

of the gallant action of the steamship, in the
evacuation of Hungnam, Korea (See S.

2185.)
Metal, scrap, continuing the suspension of duties on-

(See S. 2851; H.R. 11748.)
Meteorological services, to authorize the Secretary of

Commerce to utilize funds received from State
and local governments and private organiza-
tions and individuals for special-(See S.

3539.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---

267
Meteorology, research in the field of, to authorize

the Secretary of Commerce to enter into con-

tracts for the conduct of-(See S. 1235.)
Metropolitan Affairs, Department of, establishing-

(See S. 3292.)
Metropolitan Police Relief Association, to incorpo-

rate the- (See S. 3571.)
Mexican agricultural domestic workers, to amend the

law to provide protection for the employment

opportunities of—(See S. 3666.)
Mexican Water Treaty-- (See Davis Dam and Reser-

voir, Nev.-Ariz.)
Mexico
Aircraft, private, to provide that, may travel be-

tween United States and Canada or Mexico
without extra compensation for customs-

(See S. 2874.)
Foot-and-mouth disease— (See Foot-and-mouth

disease.)
Monument commemorating the 150th anniversary

of the independence of, providing for the

presentation of—(See S. 2827.)
Rio Grande, authorizing an agreement for con-

struction of an international storage dam on
the, in accordance with a treaty with—(See

H.R. 12263.)
Tijuana, to provide authority for the Secretary

of State to conclude an agreement with Mex-
ico and San Diego, Calif., relating to the col-
lection, treatment, and disposal of sewage

originating in-(See S. 3317.)
Treaty of, referred to as the General Claims Con-

vention, petition praying an investigation of.
Mexico-United States Interparliamentary Group, in-

formation that the Mexican Congress has ac-
cepted the invitation of Congress to estab-
lish.--

148
Michigan,
Legislature of the State of, petitions, resolutions,

and memorials from, unemployment tax, res-
olution favoring judicial review of decisions

of the Department of Labor relating to----- 344
Misteguay Creek, works of improvement for -- 347
Oakdale Residents Cooperative Housing Project of

Royal Oak Township, Oakland County, to au-
thorize the Housing and Home Finance Ad-
ministrator to make certain modifications in

the terms of sale of the(See S. 3291.)
Property, real, to provide for the conveyance of,

to-(See S. 3634.)
Senators from
Hart, Philip A., attended

1
McNamara, Patrick V., attended.--

1
Wyandotte, annexation of property of the United

States by- (See H.R. 383.)
Middelman, Francine-(See S, 3643.)
Middle East, peace and stability, activities to pro-
mote.--.

108, 489
Mietchen, J. C., Ogden, Utah, petition praying investi-

gation of charges against him as an employee
at Hill Air Force Base in Utah----

70

94

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177
481

143

Migrant- (See also Migratory.)
Agricultural employees—(See Agricultural-Mi-

grant.)
Migrant Agricultural Employee Adult Education Act

of 1960—(See S. 2865.)
Migrant Children Educational Assistance Act of 1960–

(See S. 2864.)
Migratory-
Farm labor, to provide financial assistance for

housing and related facilities for-(See S.

2928.)
Labor, study of, authorizing the Committee on

Labor and Public Welfare to make a-(See

S. Res. 267.)
Waterfowl-(See Waterfowl-Hunting.)
Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, annual re-

port of the for fiscal 1959-----
Mikkelsen, Hans Christian Gunnar-(See S. 2767.)
Miles, Daniel Walter— (See S. 3124.)
Military-

Assistance program-
Report of examination of the, administered by

the Department of the Air Force---

Review of...
Construction-(See Department of the Air Force;

Department of the Army; Department of the

Navy; Installations, infra.)
Contracts-(See Contracts—Military; Department

of the Air Force; Department of the Army;

Department of the Navy.)
Departments, report of the pricing of material de-

livered to the military assistance program by

the..
Information and material, authorizing additional

copies of hearings with respect to—(See S.

Con. Res. 91.)
Installations-

Appropriations, bills making-(See H.R. 12231.)
Authorizing certain construction at(See S.

3006; H.R. 10777.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding.

Report on..
Law, to codify recent and to improve the code,

draft of proposed legislation --
Pay, to permit, in the computation of average sal-

ary for annuity purposes— (See S. 2750.)
Records-(See Armed Forces.)
Technology, developments in, and their impact on

United States strategy and foreign policy, au-
thorizing additional copies of the committee

print on-(See S. Res. 227.)
Military Chaplains Association, U.S.A., communica-

tions from, transmitting, reports by, on, fi-

nances of, the, for calendar 1958.--.
Military Construction Act of 1960—(See S. 3006;

H.R. 10777.)
Military Construction Appropriation Act, 1961—(See

H.R. 12231.)
Military Order of the Purple Heart of the United

States of America, communications from,
transmitting, reports by, on financial, for pe-

riod August 1, 1958, to July 31, 1959.-
Military Personnel and Civilian Employees' Claims

Act of 1960—(See H.R. 10978.)
Milk
Children, to increase the expenditure under the

special milk program for- (See S. 2751, S.

2797, S. 2848; H.R. 9331.)
Interstate commerce, concurrent resolution favor-

ing the free flow of, in.--.
Marketing order, to prevent the application of any,

to milk produced in Delaware and Maryland-

(See S. 2952.)
Price support, resolution favoring an increase

in the

Milk-Continued

Page
Program, increasing and extending the- (See S.

2751, S. 2797, S. 2848; H.R. 9331.)
School program, memorial remonstrating against
cutback in.---

211
Milk and butterfat, price support level for, to establish

a-(See S. 2917.)
Mill Creek, Pennsylvania, works of improvement for.. 347
Mill Run, Pennsylvania, works of improvement for.-- 347
Miller, Brenda Nicholson-(See S. 2855.)
Milspaugh, Erwin P.-(See S. 3753; H.R. 12398.)
Mine safety--(See Federal Coal Mine Safety Act.)
Mines, employing not more than 14, to amend the law

relating to— (See S. 743.)
Mineral-
Claims, unpatented, to change the period for do-

ing annual assessment work on-(See S. 3848.)
Lease or permit, to clarify the right of States to

select certain public lands subject to (See

S. 2959, S. 3435.)
Reserves, to secure the United States from losing

essential-(See S. 2858.)
Minerals, reserved to Federal Government to provide

for notice to States owning surface of lands in
which, to proposals to lease such minerals-

(See S. 1268.)
Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, amending-(See S. 2983;

H.R. 10455.)
Mineral Leasing Act Revision of 1960—(See S. 2983;

H.R. 10455.)
Mines Preservation Act (See S. 2858.)
Minidoka Irrigation District in Rupert, Idaho, to re-

move the restriction relating to public use
placed on certain land held by the-(See S.

3510.)
Minidoka project, North Side pumping division, Idaho,

soil survey and land classification of the lands
in the----

15
Minimum wage-(See Wage-Minimum.)
Mining, placer claims, to amend the mining laws to

provide for inclusion of certain nonmineral

lands in patents to—(See S. 2033.)
Minister, social security, to amend the law to extend

the time within which a, may elect coverage
as a self-employed individual for— (See S.

3289, S. 3377, S. 3398, S. 3521, S. 3535.)
Minnesota-
Duluth-Superior Harbor, resolutions favoring in-

spection of grain and quarantine of incoming
ships in the

312, 339
Lands, inherited interests in trust and restricted

allotted and restricted purchased allotted,

authorizing the sale of—(See H.R. 1150.)
Minneapolis, Veterans Hospital, resolution favor-
ing additional beds at the--

483
Senators from-
Humphrey, Hubert H., attended

1
McCarthy, Eugene J., attended.

1
Trust and restricted allotted lands, to authorize

the partition or sale of inherited interests in,
and restricted purchased allotted lands in the

State of — (See S. 3402.)
Mion, Luigia-(See S. 2792.)
Mira, Pasqualem (See S. 3091.)
Mishan, Sara-(See S. 3836.)
Missile- (See also Satellite and missile.)
Installations, establishment of, report that the,

which have been required as part of the air
defense plan has not necessitated transfer of
funds, semiannual.--

135
Missiles-
Ballistic-(See Department of Army-Develop-

ment Operations.)
Development of certain, petition praying restric-
tions for a townsite for..

221

93
64

130

16

58

20

19

Page

429

171

19

123

-

267

171

19

306

171

1
1

Missionary of Our Lady of Mercy, for the relief of cer-

tain Sisters of the--(See S. 3248.)
Mississippi-

Bentonia, works of improvement on.
Burnt Corn Creek-(See Persimmon, infra.)
Chiwapa Creek, report of improvement in water-

sheds---
Legislature of the State of -
Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from
Expenditures and income of the Government,

concurrent resolution favoring, an amend-

ment to the Constitution to balance the----
Veterans, World War II and the Korean con-

flict, concurrent resolution favoring exten-
sion of time limits of veterans' education

program.
Water, use of, concurrent resolution favoring

safeguarding and preserving the rights to,

within the States...
Mulberry Creek, report of improvement in water-

sheds---
Negro citizens in, memorial remonstrating against

the terror of.--
Persimmon and Burnt Corn Creek, works of im-

provement for watershed protection and

flood prevention.----
Porters Creek, report of improvement in water-

sheds---
Senators from-

Eastland, James O., attended.--

Stennis, John C., attended.--
Submerged lands, establishing the seaward bound-

aries as extending 3 marine leagues into the

Gulf of Mexico - (See S. 3851.)
Teachers in, to deem, to be employees for the pur-

poses of the Social Security Act (See S.

2903.)
Mississippi River, flood control and improvement proj-

ect, modifying the— (See S. 2843.)
Mississippi River and tributaries, draft of proposed

legislation authorizing appropriations for
prosecution of the channel improvement for

the
Missouri,
Fort Crowder Military Reservation, authorizing

the conveyance of land at to the city of

Neosho- (See S. 3873.)
Kansas City, report on review of the money-order

center, August 1959-
Senators from-

Hennings, Thomas C., Jr., attended..

Symington, Stuart, attended ----
Stella Reorganized Schools R-I, to authorize the

Secretary of the Army to lease a portion of
Fort Crowder, to—(See H.R. 8315; see also

Civil Rights.)
Tabo Creek, works of improvement for watershed

protection and flood prevention..
Wilson's Creek Battlefield National Park, to pro-

vide for the establishment of the-(See H.R.

725.)
Missouri River Basin-(See Garrison diversion.)
Missouri River Basin project, Pine Ridge irrigation

unit, White division, authorization for the
construction, operation, and maintenance of

the-(See S. 3407.)
Missouri River, Platte, S. Dak., providing for a bridge

over the, west or southeast of-(See S. 2860.)
Misteguay Creek, Michigan, works of improvement

for
Miyamoto, Mrs. Teruko Teri (nee Ikeda) — (See H.R.

2124.)
Mocciola, Carmine Vincenzo—(See S. 3196.)

Mokelumne River

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Authorizing a contribution for the flood control

accomplishments to be constructed on the, by
the East Bay Municipal Utility District of

Oakland, Calif.-(See S. 2766.)
Resolution favoring flood-control legislation on
the, near Riverside, Calif.----

70
Molybdenum industry, report of study of the competi-

tive effects of the Defense Production Act pro-
grams on the..

315
Money orders cashed by banks and other business

concerns, to authorize the Postmaster Gen-
eral to waive collections on raised-(See S.

2828; H.R. 9507.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding ----

16
Monopoly_(See Cartels; Antitrust and monopoly.)
Monroney, Mike (Senator from the State of Okla-

homa).
Attendance, excused from---

219
Attended.---

1
Board of Visitors to Air Force Academy, appointed
member--

135
Conferee, appointed as.

232, 337, 352, 376, 438
Montana
East Bench unit, Three Forks division, Missouri

River Basin project, soil survey and land
classification of the lands in.--

290
Electric energy generated at Federal plants in that

region, guaranteeing consumers first call

on- (See S. 3880.)
Helena Valley unit, Helena-Great Falls division,

Missouri River Basin, soil survey and land
classification of the lands in the.--

258
Malta Irrigation District, Milk River Federal rec-

lamation project, to authorize the Secretary
of the Interior to defer the reclassification of

certain lands of the-(See S.J. Res. 175.)
Miles City, to amend the law authorizing the

conveyance of lands to—(See S. 3480.)
Senators from
Mansfield, Mike, attended..

1
Murray, James E., attended.--

1
Western Montana Youth Guidance Center, Inc.,

Missoula, directing the conveyance of prop-
erty of Fort Missoula, Mont., to-(See S.

3003.)
Montreal-(See New York-Montreal.)
Morillo, Antonio Sanchez_(See S. 3820.)
Moore, George T., Carl D. Berry, and Dr. Harold J.

Heck-(See H.R. 10631.)
Moree, James E., Sr., and Ruby Hellen, (See S. 3009.)
Morgan, Mrs. Anne- (See H.R. 1607.)
Morgan, Mrs. Ethel B.-(See H.R. 9443.)
Morgano, Tommy, use of evidence in possession of the

Senate in the case of State of Indiana

against- (See S. Res. 349.)
Mori, Ritsuko (Susan Belinda Luther) — (See S. 2790.)
Moriyoshi, Shin-(See S. 2520.)
Morris, Robert, petition praying adoption of his plans
for defense and peace---

19
Morris, Thomas J.-—(See S. 3313.)
Morrison, Peggy Lorne— (See S. 3023.)
Morse, Wayne (Senator from the State of Oregon)-
Attended.

1
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group,
appointed member---

219
Committee appointment, funeral..

160
Conferee, appointed as.

417, 504
Vote, change of.---

391
Mortgage investment companies, to provide for the in-

corporation of — (See S. 3541.)
Mortgages, insurance of, providing for--(See S. 3889.)

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276

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Morton, Thruston B. (Senator from the State of Ken- Page

tucky) -
Attended

1
Committee

Assignments—(See S. Res. 251.)

Service, excused from—(See S. Res. 251.)
Conferee, appointed as----

352
Moss, Frank E. (Ted) (Senator from the State of

Utah)-
Attended

1
Conferee, appointed as--

414, 502
Washington's Farewell Address-
Designated to read.

120
Read

123
Motor-
Club, to provide the same treatment for prepaid

dues income received by a nonprofit, as for

prepaid subscription income- (See S. 2883.)
Exhausts, to authorize a study and report of the

discharge of substances into the atmosphere

from the- (See H.R. 8238.)
Traffic safety, resolution favoring a stamp related
to.--

20
Vehicle-
Operator's license (See Department of Com-

merce-Motor--Vehicle.)
Parts—(See also Gasoline and petroleum prod-

ucts.)
Vehicles-
Destruction of, to amend the law to increase the

punishment for knowingly giving false in-

formation concerning-(See S. 3230.)
Drivers of, to establish in the Department of

Commerce a Driver Records Clearance

Center-(See S. 3635, S. 3745; H.R. 5436.)
Finance charges for retail installment sales of,

in the District of Columbia, to provide for the
regulation of—(See S. 2895; H.R. 3031, H.R.

10683.)
Government-owned, to amend the law regulating

to penalties for use of, for other than official

purposes— (See H.R. 766.)
Operation of, to amend the law to provide for

the defense of suits against Federal employees
arising out of, in scope of employment-(See

H.R. 7577; H.R. 12620.)
Motor Vehicle Indemnification Fund Act of the Dis-

trict of Columbia—(See S. 3419.)
Motorboat Act of 1940, amending-(See S. 1712.)
Motorcars, track, to amend the law to provide for

the protection of employees by regulating the

use of-(See S. 1425.)
Moujaes, Khalil Ibrahim-(See S. 3351.)
Moun, Ki Su (Theresa) (See S. 2923.)
Mount Rainier National Park-
Headquarters site for, authorizing the provision

of a, in the vicinity of Ashford, Wash. (See

S. 1358.)
Hotel and related facilities in, authorizing the

construction of— (See S.J. Res. 193.)
Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission, to

authorize a study and investigation by the

(See S. 2944.)
Mountain, Captain Ernest- (See S. 3507.)
Moussa, Mohamad (See S. 3022.)
Mulberry Creek, Mississippi, report of improvement
in watersheds------

171
Mullite—(See Kyanite-mullite.)
Mundt, Karl E. (Senator from the State of South Da-

kota)—
Attended.

1
Commission, Advisory, on Intergovernmental Re-
lations, appointment to ----

7
Conferee, appointed as------ 181, 191, 306, 486, 533, 551

Municipal Arts Council, to provide for the establish- Page

ment in the District of Columbia of a—(See

S. 3437.)
Murray, A. C., petition praying payment of claim
against the Government----

134
Murray, James E. (Senator from the State of Mon-

tana)—
Attended

1
Conferee, appointed as..

332, 343
Museum of History and Technology, report on build-
ing for, ordered printed.

295
Muskie, Edmund S. (Senator from the State of

Maine)
Attended..

1
Commission, Advisory, on Intergovernmental Re-
lations, appointment to----

7
President pro tempore, appointed acting-

80
Mustin, Henry C.-(See Henry C. Mustin.)
Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951, East-

West trade, summary of, in 1958, report on.- 165
Mutual-
Savings banks (See Federal mutual savings

banks.)
Security-
Appropriations, estimate of...

494
Contingency fund, to increase the authorization

for appropriations for, for fiscal 1961—(See S.

3855.)
Program-
Report, from the President on, for period
December 1958.--

7
June 1959.

33
December 1959.--

240
Report from the President on.-

113
Mutual Security Act of 1954—

Amending-(See S. 3058; H.R. 11510.)
Chile, reconstruction of, to provide for assist-

ance in the—(See S. 3839, S. 3861; H.R.

13021.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--

486
Development Loan Fund, economic development

projects carried on by private enterprise in
foreign countries, relating to the furnishing of

assistance in financing-(See S. 3252.)
Korea, coal purchased for delivery to, to re-

quire that 50 percent of the, be purchased
from independent coal producers in the

United States—(See S. 3014.)
Latin America, development of, to provide for

assistance in the— (See S. 3839, S. 3861;

H.R. 13021.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--- 486
Mutual security contingency fund, to increase

the authorization for appropriations for, for

fiscal 1961—(See S. 3855.)
Panama, housing in, to authorize the guaran-

tee of mortgage loans by the Development

Loan Fund to assist (See S. 3127, S. 3864.)
Point Four Youth Corps, to study the advisability

and practicability of establishing a—(See S.

2908.)
Poland, authorizing the donation of surplus ag-

ricultural commodities and surplus property

for relief of flood victims in-(See S. 3902.)
White fleet, establishment of a, to provide for

the, to render emergency assistance to the
people of other nations in case of disaster-

(See S. 3657.)
Mutual Security Act of 1960—(See S. 3058; H.R.

11510.)
Mutual Security Appropriation Act, 1961—(See H.R.

12619.)
Notice of motions to suspend the rules_

505
Myers, Mrs. Anna D.-(See H.R. 2312.)
Myers, Robert J., of the Social Security Administra-

tion, entitled to privileges of the floor------ 489, 507

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National-Continued

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Monument-
Roger Williams, to provide for the establish-

ment of the-(See S. 3830.)
Origins-(See Aliens-Quota.)
Park-
Cascades region, Washington, to investigate the

advisability of establishing, in the Central and

North-(See S. 2980.)
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical

Park, to establish the- (See S. 77.)
Concession contract-(See Concession con-

tract.)
Everglades, to authorize the addition of certain

donated lands to the-(See S. 2576.)
Fort Donelson National Military Park, to revise

the boundaries and change the name of—(See

S. 1066.)
Grand Canyon, to provide for the acquisition

of a mining claim on the rim of the (See S.

3094.)
Grasslands
Resolution favoring establishment of -

312
Resolution favoring location but remonstrat-
ing against extension ----

171
Great Salt Lake - (See Great Salt Lake N&-

tional Park.)
Great Smoky Mountains (See also National-

Parkway.)
Parkway for— (See S. 3813.)
Haleakala, to designate and establish that por-

tion of the Hawaii National Park on the is-

land of Maui, Hawaii, as the— (See S. 3623.)
Mammoth Cave-(See also National-Park-

way.)
Parkway for-(See S. 3813.)
Mount Rainier-
Headquarters site for, authorizing the pro-

vision of a, in the vicinity of Ashford,

Wash.—(See S. 1358.)
Hotel and related facilities in, authorizing the

construction of—(See S.J. Res. 193.)
Prairie National Park, Kans., to authorize the

establishment of—(See S. 3651.)
Resolutions favoring---

227, 482
Rocky Mountain, property in, to authorize the

Secretary of the Interior to exchange- (See

S. 3842.)
Sawtooth Mountain region, Idaho, to provide a

study and report on the advisability of estab-

lishing a, in—(See S. 3353.)
Shenandoah, to authorize the exchange of cer-

tain property within (See S. 3399.)
Stones River National Military Park, Tenn., to

revise the boundaries and change the name of

the-(See H.R. 9543.)
Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park, N.

Dak., to authorize the Secretary of the Interior
to provide water and sewage disposal facilities
to the Medora area adjoining the— (See S.

3250.)
Wilson's Creek Battlefield National Park, Mo.,

to provide for the establishment of them (See

H.R. 725.)
Yellowstone, powerboats on Yellowstone Lake in,

resolution favoring the policy of not granting
the use of -

482
Zion National Park, Utah, to revise the bound-

aries of the-(See S. 713.)
Parks, protection of—(See S. 3180.)
Parkway, to provide for a survey of the, from the

Great Smoky Mountains National Park in
North Carolina and Tennessee to the Mam-
moth Cave National Park in Kentucky, and
the Natchez Trace Parkway in Tennessee-
(See S. 3495.)

Nagamine, Emiko (See S. 2106.)
Naggar, Jacob— (See H.R. 4549.)
Nagurski, Marion John—(See H.R. 12350.)
Narcotic, drug addicts in closed institutions, to provide

for grants-in-aid to the States for the treat-

ment of — (See S. 3679.)
Narcotics Manufacturing Act of 1960—(See H.R.

529.)
Narcotics, White House Conference on, President

should call a—(See S. Res. 284.)
Natchez Trace Parkway-(See Blue Ridge and

Natchez; National parkway.)
National-

Cemeteries—(See Cemeteries-National.)
Debt-(See Debt.)
Food and fiber utilization policy, to provide a

(See S. 2862.)
Forests-
Jefferson National Forest, Va., memorial remon-

strating against issuance of prospecting per-

mits on.
Managed under principles of multiple use and to

produce a yield of products and services,
to authorize and direct that the, be- (See

S. 3044, S. 3465; H.R. 10572.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding ----
Multiple use of, resolution favoring -
New Mexico, Valencia County, to authorize the

exchange of lands in, for lands in-(See S.

3161.)
Proceeds from the, to permit the States to utilize

the, for public purposes in addition to the pub-

lic schools and public roads—(See S. 3104.)
Superior, memorial remonstrating against con-

struction of public roads in the roadless area

of the------
Wyoming, basic facts, printed as a Senate docu-

ment
Fuels policy, memorial remonstrating against pro-

posals for the creation of
Memorial-
Arkansas Post National Memorial, Ark., estab-

lishing them (See H.R. 6108.)
Coronado, boundaries of the, to revise the, and to

authorize the repair and maintenance of a

road thereto (See S. 2806.)
De Soto, to amend the law relating to the estab-

lishment of the, in Florida— (See S. 1214.)
Monument
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument,

Florida, to add lands to—(See H.R. 8226.)
Commission_(See National Monument Com-

mission.)
Concession contract (See Concession con-

tract.)
Death Valley, resolution favoring retention of,

prospecting and mining in the----
Dinosaur, to revise the boundaries of -(See S.

3534, S. 3537; H.R. 6597.)
Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to revise the boun-

daries and change the name of the— (See S.

2434.)
Hamilton, Alexander, providing for the estab-

lishing of the former dwelling house of,

as a-(See S.J. Res. 191.)
Harpers Ferry, to authorize the acquisition of

certain lands for addition to-(See S. 2674.)
Pioneer National Monument Association, to au-

thorize and direct the Secretary of the Army
to convey part of the lock and dam numbered
10, Kentucky River, Madison County, Ky.,

to the-(See S. 3324; H.R. 11561.)
Protection of-(See S. 3180.)
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