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Service-
Compensation, concurrent resolutions favoring
legislation increasing----

282, 298
Cost-ascertainment report for carrying mail for
fiscal year 1959---

221
Davis, Jefferson, resolutions favoring com-

memorative stamp during the year 1960 to
recognize the stature of statesmanship at-
tained by -----

132
Educational, cultural, and library materials, to

clarify and make uniform law relating to spe-

cial postage rates for—(See H.R. 4595.)
Educational, reference charts, to extend the edu-

cational materials postal rate to certain

printed plastic (See S. 3396.)
Field service employees, salary, to make per-

manent certain temporary increases in rates

of basic, for- (See S. 3141.)
First-class mail, to readjust postal rates on-

(See S. 3277.)
Fishing industry stamps, commercial, to provide

for the issuance of a special series of postage

stamps known as—(See S. 3624.)
Fraud statutes to cover enterprises operating

under false pretenses, to broaden the scope

of the-(See S. 3172.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding----- 148
Hawaii-
First-class to provide for the transportation

of-(See S. 2963.)
Fourth-class matter, to restore the size and

weight limitations on, existing prior to its

admission as State—(See S. 2869.)
Investigation of the, authorizing an, by the

Committee on Post Office and Civil Service-

(See S. Res. 209.)
"Keep Christ in Christmas," to authorize the

Postmaster General to provide for the issu-
ance of a special canceling stamp or post-

marking die bearing the words (See S. 3593.)
Mail-

Airmail-(See Airmail, supra.)
Detention of, to amend the law with respect

to, for temporary periods in public inter-

est(See S. 3654; H.R. 7379.)
Transportation of, to modernize the laws re-

lating to contracts for the- (See S. 2399.)
Money orders cashed by banks and other busi-

ness concerns, authorizing the Postmaster
General to waive collections on raised—(See

S. 2828; H.R. 9507.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding ----- 16
Obscene-
Literature (See also Pornographic.)
Commending the Postmaster General's

campaign against- (See S. Res. 301.)
Resolution favoring legislation to prevent
sending of, through the mails.--.

259
Ocean mail transportation-(See Department

of Commerce Federal Maritime Board

Ocean mail.)
Permissive writing and printing on third- and

fourth-class mail matter, to provide further

for-(See S. 3365, S. 3380, S. 3420.)
Plants, trees, shrubs, and nursery products, to

suspend certain postal rates relating to — (See

S. 2943.)
Pornographic and indecent material, resolution

favoring elimination of, from the mails.----- 19
Position descriptions, salary, amending the law

with respect to—(See S. 3239, S. 3482.)
Post office- (See Post ofice.)
Public service, identification of and appro-

priations for—(See S. 2749.)

Postal Continued

Service-
Publications, sold or distributed to paid sub-

scribers, to provide for uniformity of applica-
tion to certain postal requirements with re-
spect to disclosure of the average number

of copies of — (See H.R. 6830.)
Puerto Rico
Pay differential of employees, memorial

remonstrating against proposed changes in

the_
Vega Baja, memorial remonstrating against

confirmation of postmaster for..
Registered mail deliveries, petition praying

investigation of-----
Revising, codifying, and enacting into law-

(See H.R. 2339.)
Salary-

Amending the law relating to— (See S. 3239.)
Increases in, draft of proposed legislation

to make permanent the---
Reductions in, preserving the rates of basic-

(See H.R. 12663.)
Scheme examinations of employees, to provide

that the minimum passing grade for, shall be

93 percent-(See S. 3129.)
Second- and third-class matter mailed by civic

organizations, relating to rates of postage

on-(See S. 3043.)
Short paid mail, to eliminate the mandatory re-

quirements for penalty charges on-(See H.R.

9889.)
Stamp
American Hotel Association, to provide for the

issuance of a stamp in commemoration of
300 years of hotels in America, and the 50th

anniversary of the— (See S. 3754.)
Apprenticeship, to provide for the issuance of

a stamp honoring, as a sustaining force in

economic life- (See S. 3445.)
Motor-traffic safety, resolution favoring &

stamp related to---
Taos Plaza, N. Mex., to provide for the issuance

of a special series of stamps in commemora-
tion of the 100th anniversary of the con-
tinuous displaying of the flag of the United

States over the— (See S. 3326.)
Transcontinental telegraph line, celebrating

the 100th anniversary of the completion of
the first, and to honor the memory of Ed-
ward Creighton, a pioneer in American com-

munication—(See S. 3882.)
Stopwatches or other measuring devices, to pre-

vent the use of— (See S. 3132.)
Weekly publications, to permit, to suspend pub-

lications for not more than two issues with-
out loss of second-class mail privileges (See

S. 2893.)
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation, Inc., to

provide free mailing for the-(See S. 3149.)
Postal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1960—(See

S. 3672; H.R. 9883.)
Petition approving---
Postal Field Service Compensation Act of 1955

Amending-
Field service employees, salary, to make perma-

nent certain temporary increases in rates of

basic, for—(See S. 3141.)
Position descriptions, salary, with respect to

(See S. 3239, S. 3482.)
Salary, reductions in, preserving the rates of

basic-(See H.R. 12663).
Postal Policy Act of 1958, amending, public services,

relating to-(See S. 2749.)

20

483

Postal Rate Increase Act of 1960—(See S. 3192.)

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Draft of proposed legislation regarding --

161
Message from the President on..

157
Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary

Act of 1948, amending, educational, cultural,
and library materials, to clarify and make
uniform law relating to special postage rates

for-(See H.R. 4595.)
Postmaster General-(See also Post Office Depart-

ment; Postal.)
Communications from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of -
Claims of postmasters for loss by burglary,

fire, or other unavoidable casualty, to
amend the law relating to ----

198
Fraud statutes, to broaden the, to cover false
pretenses.-

148
Money orders cashed by banks and other busi-

ness concerns, to waive collections on
raised...

16
Postal rates, to readjust---

161
Salary, increases in, to make permanent the.. 34
Reports by, on-
Annual, for fiscal 1959.--

23
Post Office Department, cost-ascertainment,
carrying mail for fiscal 1959...

221
Postal rates, survey of, and cost-ascertain-

ment, the carrying and handling of the
classes of mail matter---

227
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
Obscene literature, commending the, campaign

against- (See S. Res. 301.)
Postmasters, appointment by, of, to provide for

the-(See S. 2800.)
Service, money orders cashed by banks and other

business concerns, authorizing the, to waive

collections on raised-(See S. 2828.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding -

16
Postmasters
Appointment by the Postmaster General of, to

provide for the (See S. 2800.)
Claims of postmasters for loss by burglary, fire, or

other unavoidable casualty, draft of proposed

legislation to amend the law relating to------ 198
Potomac Electric Power Co., balance sheet as of
December 31, 1959---

76
Potter, Gov. William E., resolution commending the

actions of, of the Canal Zone, in his dealing

with the mob by certain political elements.--- 121
Poultry Products Inspection Act, amending-(See S.

3089.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding -

124
Powers, Richard J.- (See H.R. 11486.)
Prairie National Park, Kans., to authorize the estab-

lishment (See S. 3651.)
Resolutions favoring -

227, 482
Preseren, Emil Milan, (See S. 247.)
Presidency, successors to the, to provide penalties for

threats against the, and to authorize their
protection by the Secret Service-(See S.

3366.)
President (See also Eisenhower; Presidency.)
Addams, Jane, authorizing and requesting the, to

issue a proclamation relating to the centen-
nial of the birth of, founder and leader of

Chicago's Hull House-(See H.J. Res. 658.)
Address of, to joint session-
Providing for state of the Union message on

January 7, 1960 (See H. Con. Res. 443.)
Address

3

President Continued

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All-American Family Week, authorizing the

President to issue a proclamation designat-
ing the 7-day period beginning May 24, 1960,

as-(See S.J. Res. 169.)
American History Month, designating February

of each year as-(See S.J. Res. 164.)
American Indian Day, to establish the fourth

Friday in September of each year as—(See

S.J. Res. 199.)
Birthday of, extending greetings to— (See S. Res.

383.)
Candidates, nomination-(See Nomination,

infra.)
Candidates for office of, to provide for the use

of television broadcasting stations by-(See

S. 3171.)
Emancipation Proclamation Day, designating Sep-

tember 22 of each year as (See S.J. Res. 192.)
Employ the Older Worker Week, National, to pro-

vide for the designation of the first full week

in May of each year as (See S.J. Res. 189.)
Executive Office of the
Appropriation - (See Appropriations — Bills

making--Executive Office of the President;
Appropriations—Bills making—Independent

executive.)
Bureau of the Budget (See Bureau of the

Budget.)
Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization (See

Ofice of Civil and Defense Mobilization.)
First Secretary of the Government, to provide for

a- (See S. 3911.)
Fraternal Day, National, providing for the desig-

nation of Tuesday following the second Mon-

day in June each year as—(See S.J. Res. 145.)
Freedom, rededication to the responsibilities of,

authorizing and requesting the, to proclaim

July 4, 1960, a day of—(See S.J. Res. 204.)
Frost, Robert, to present a gold medal to, a New

England poet(See S. 3439.)
Hungarian Independence Day, designating Octo-

ber 23 of each year as—(See S.J. Res. 185.)
Hungarian Youth Week, petition praying a week
be set aside and dedicated as.--

314
Kansas, 100th anniversary of admission into the

Union, commemorating the- (See S.J. Res.

214.)
Law Day, to designate the 1st day of May each

year as-(See S.J. Res. 203.)
Lithuanian Independence Day, authorizing the

President to issue a proclamation designating
February 16 of each year as—(See S.J. Res.

163.)
Louisiana State University Centennial Day, to pro-

vide for the designation of June 4, 1960, as-

(See S.J. Res. 182.)
Messages and communications from, transmit-

ting-
Appropriations
Claims for damages and judgments rendered

against the United States, supplemental
estimate of appropriations to pay----

155
Department of Commerce, supplemental esti-
mates of.---

155
Department of Health, Education, and Wel-

fare, supplemental estimate of_--. 287, 534
Department of Justice, supplemental esti-
mate of.--

175
Department of State, supplemental estimate
of..

175
Department of the Interior, supplemental
estimate of.---

155
District of Columbia, supplemental estimates
of...

155, 429

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President Continued

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Messages and communications from, transmit-

ting-
Appropriations-

Executive branch, supplemental estimate.--- 429
Legislative branch, supplemental estimates of

for the fiscal year-
1961

429
1960

143, 155
Panama Canal, supplemental estimates--- 534
International, special program, supplemental
estimate of.--

534
Budget for fiscal 1961.-

37
Disapprovals (See also Reports by, on-Veto,

infra)
S. 19, to provide a method for regulating and

fixing wage rates for employees of Ports-

mouth, N.H., Naval Shipyard.
S. 1508, to provide for economic regulation of

the Alaska Railroad under the Interstate

Commerce Act.
H.R. 1516, for the relief of Juan D. Quintos,

Jaime Hernandez, and others.
H.R. 2074, for the relief of Eric and Ida Mae

Hjerpe.
H.R. 4546, for the relief of Margaret P. Copin.
H.R. 5054, to amend the Tariff Act of 1930

with respect to the marking of imported

articles and containers.
H.R. 6712, for the relief of Sam J. Buzzanca.
H.R. 6767, for the relief of Raymond Baurkot.
H.R. 7242, to amend sections 1, 573, 64a(5),

67b, 67c, and 70c of the Bankruptcy Act,

and for other purposes.
H.R. 7618, for the relief of H. P. Lambert

Company, Incorporated, and Southeastern

Drilling Corporation.
H.R. 8860, to stabilize the mining of lead and

zinc by small domestic producers on public,
Indian and other lands, and for other pur-

poses.
H.R. 11545, to amend the act of October 31,

1949, with respect to payments to Berna-
lillo County, N. Mex., for furnishing hospi-
tal care for certain Indians (See H.R.

11545.)
Export, trade, promotion of...

168
Immigration, quotas, increase of, and admission
of refugees.

168
Interest rates on Treasury issues--

31
International Development Association, articles
of agreement for the establishment of

120
Legislative proposals-----

478
Legislative recommendations.

248
Mutual security---

113
National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958,
amending, space exploration, organizational

32
arrangements concerning--
Norman project, Oklahoma, returning S. 1892,
authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to

354
construct, operate, and maintain the.-----
Postal rate, message from the President favor-

157
ing increasing the---
Reports by, on-

127
Aeronautics and space activities..
Agricultural surplus, disposal, Interagency

105
Committee on, from the President --
Agricultural Trade Development and Assist-

485
ance Act, semiannual report on activities -
Civil Service Commission, annual, for fiscal

155
1959-
Commodity Credit Corporation, for fiscal

108
1959.
Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commission, an-

33
nual, for fiscal 1959.-

President-Continued
Messages and communications from, transmit-

ting-
Reports by, on
Department of Justice, Office of Alien Prop-
erty, annual, for fiscal 1959.---

489
Dominican Republic, Organization of Amer-

can States, charges against, by Venezuela 520
Economic Report----

63
Report of Joint Economic Committee on,
ordered printed..

136
Employee training for better service, from the
Civil Service Commission...

284
Housing and Home Finance Agency-
Activities for calendar 1959.--

510
Annual, for Calendar 1958..

33
International Cultural Exchange and Trade

Fair Participation Act of 1956, operations
under the

329
International Rules of Judicial Procedure,

Commission on, report of the, for period
ending December 31, 1959-

266
Lend-lease operations for calendar 1959_

480
Middle East, peace and stability, activities to
promote

108, 489
Military installations, construction at, to au-

thorize, from the Secretary of Defense--- 64
Mineral reserves of the United States, pro-
gram of discovery of the-----

171
Mutual security program, for the period,
December 1958_

7
June 1959.

33
December 1959..

240
National Aeronautics and Space Administra-
tion.-

169, 563
National Capital Housing Authority, annual,
for fiscal 1959.--.

284
National Monument Commission, Freedom
Monument.-

284
National Science Foundation, annual, for fis-
cal 1959.

37
Railroad Retirement Board, annual, for
fiscal 1959..

155
St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corpora-
tion, year ended December 31, 1959__

215
Surgeon General of the Public Health Service,

health research facilities program, annual,
from the President..

117
Trade agreements program, operation of the-

492
Transportation policy and program..

160
United Nations, United States participation,
report of

490
Weather modification, fiscal 1959.

419
Transfers from the Department of Defense to

the National Aeronautics and Space Admin-
istration, plan for---

32
Veto—(See also President Messages and Com-

munications from, transmitting-Disap-

provals.)
S. 722, to establish an effective program to

alleviate conditions of substantial and per-
sistent unemployment and underemploy-
ment in certain economically depressed

283
areas
H.R. 9883, to adjust the rates of basic compen-

sation of certain officers and employees of
the Federal Government and for other pur-
poses, passed by the House on reconsider-
ation_-

444

102
Wheat, program-
Mutual security contingency fund, to increase

the authorization for appropriations for, for

fiscal 1961--(See S. 3855.)
Narcotics, White House Conference on, should

call a-(See S. Res. 284.)

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President-Continued
National Academy of Television Arts and Sci-

ences Day, to provide for the designation of

June 20, 1960 as-(See S.J. Res. 196.)
National American Guild of Variety Artists Week,

designating the week of June 5-11, 1960, as-

(See S.J. Res. 168.)
National Children's Day, to provide for the desig-

nation of the 23d day of August of each year
as-

-(See S.J. Res. 165.)
National Forest Products Week, providing for the

establishment of a~ (See S.J. Res. 209.)
National Junior Achievement Week, proposing ob-

servance of week beginning January 31, 1960,

as-(See S, Con. Res. 81.)
National Shrine Commission-(See Commission-

National Shrine Commission.)
National Teachers Recognition day, designating

the fourth Wednesday in April as—(See S.J.

Res. 212.)
National Transportation Week, proclaiming the

week in May of 1960 in which falls the third

Friday of that month as-(See H.J. Res. 602.)
National Urban League Day, designating the 20th

day of April 1960 as— (See S.J. Res. 151.)
National Wool Month, providing for the designa-

tion of September 1960 as-(See S.J. Res.

187; H.J. Res. 696.)
Niagara Falls Bridge Commission, amending the

law creating a -(See S.J. Res. 198.)
Nomination of candidates, proposing an amend-

ment to the Constitution providing for the-

(See S.J. Res. 177.)
Pacific Festival, authorizing and requesting the,

to issue a proclamation with respect to the

1960— (See H.J. Res. 672.)
Pershing, John J., General of the Armies, to au-

thorize and request the President to issue a
proclamation in connection with the cen-

tennial of the birth of (See H.J. Res. 640.)
Photography, High-Speed, favoring participation

by Federal agencies in the fifth International
Congress on, in Washington, D.C.—(See S.

Con. Res. 75.)
Public Works Week, National, providing for the

designation of the week commencing October

2, 1960, as-(See S.J. Res. 202.)
St. Albans raid, Vermont, memorializing the

(See S.J. Res. 167.)
Sinclair Lewis Year, providing for the designation

of 1960 as the- (See S.J. Res. 195.)
Successors (See Vice President and successors.)
Teachers Day, providing for the designation of the

last Tuesday in April of each year as-(See

S.J. Res. 180.)
Voters' Day, National, to provide for the designa-

tion of the first Tuesday after the first Mon-
day in November of each year as-(See S.J.

Res. 186.)
Washington Order of Merit, to create a distin-

guished decoration to be known as the — (See

S. 3184.)
Western Hemisphere Day, authorizing and re-

questing the President to set aside October 4,

1960, as-(See S.J. Res. 221.)
Wool Month, to provide for the designation of

the month of September 1960 as National-

(See S.J. Res. 187; H.J. Res. 696.)
World Health Organization, Constitution adopted

by the 12th World Health Assembly, provid-
ing for acceptance by the United States of

amendments to the— (See S.J. Res. 173.)
World's Fair, New York, 1964, authorizing the

President to invite foreign countries to partic-

ipate in a(See H.J. Res. 496.)
Youth Appreciation Week, annual, establishing

an- (See S.J. Res. 181.)

President and Vice President

Page
Election_(See Nomination and election.)
Amendment to the Constitution providing for

the-(See S.J. Res. 205, S.J. Res. 219.)
Nomination and election of, authorizing printing

as a House document (See H. Con. Res.

457.)
Nominees for the offices of, to suspend for the

1960 campaign the equal opportunity require-
ments of the Communications Act of 1934

for- (See S.J. Res. 207.)
President pro tempore (See Senate.)
President-elect and Vice-President-elect, creating a

joint committee to arrange for the inaugura-

tion of the- (See S. Con. Res. 92.)
Appointments to
House

312
Senate----

380, 591
Presidential Campaign Broadcasting Act (See S.

3171.)
Presidential Medal for Civilian Achievement, to estab-

lish for persons making outstanding contri-
butions in arts, sciences, and related fields-

(See S. 3706.)
Presidential Office Space, to provide for a Commission

on— (See S. 3524.)
President's Committee on Employment of the Physi-

cally Handicapped, appropriation, increasing

ther (See H.R. 12458.)
Presley, James H.- (See H.R. 2069.)
Presser, William, authorizing the production of rec-

ords and persons to testify in the case of-

(See S. Res. 326.)
Priestley, Boris--(See S. 2918.)
Printing Act, amending, Treaty Code Annotated, to

provide for publication of a—(See S. 3002.)
Prison industries report for fiscal 1959_-
Prisoners, mentally incompetent, draft of proposed

legislation to amend the law to terminate the
custody of.---

26
Private investment abroad, to amend the law to en-

courage, in less developed areas and thereby
promote American industry and reduce Gov-
ernment expenditures for foreign economic
assistance in such areas -(See S. 3251; H.R.

5.)
Procurement- (See also Government-Procurement.)

Report by the Committee on Armed Services -- 416, 510
Report by the Select Committee Small
Business

65, 563
Research and development, (See Department of

the Air Force.)
Productivity Councils (See Bureau of.)
Professional Sports Antitrust Act of 1960—(See S.

3483.)
"Project Mercury; Man-in-Space Program of the Na-

tional Aeronautics and Space Administration,”
report on, printed.

20
Property-
Acquisitions— (See Office of Civil and Defense Ad-

ministration.)
Excess—(See under department or agency.)
Foreign excess, disposed of overseas, to amend the

law to prescribe procedures to insure that,
which is, will not be imported into the United
States to the injury of the economy of the

country—(See S. 3154.)
Industrial-(See Convention of Paris; Industrial

property.)
Personal-
Sale or exchange of tangible, draft of proposed

legislation to provide for the treatment of

gain from the, used in trade or business----- 111
Surplus, to amend the law to authorize the use

of, by State distribution agencies—(See S.
3493; H.R. 11499.)

on

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315

78

Property-Continued

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Personal and real, educational, public health, and

civil-defense organizations, reports of distri-
bution to, for quarter ended, under the Fed-
eral Property and Administrative Services Act

of 1949—
September 30, 1959..

10
December 31, 1959.

121
March 31, 1960..

314
June 30, 1960.--

486
Real-(See also Land.)
Judgments for condemnation of, to require that,

be registered, recorded, docketed, indexed,
and cross-indexed to conform with the law

of the State where situated (See S. 2970.)
Prouty, Winston L. (Senator from the State of Ver-

mont)-
Attended

1
Conferee, appointed as..

504
Provoost, Mrs. Maud A.—(See H.R. 3800.)
Proxmire, William (Senator from the State of Wis-

consin)
Attended

1
Conferee, appointed as

212, 534
Public

Assistance for calendar year 1959, report on ---- 17
Ordered printed as a Senate document,(See

S. Res. 269.)
Debt-(See Debt-Public.)
Facility loans, to authorize use of funds for— (See

S. 3498, S. 3586.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---

58
Health—(See also Health.)
Graduate training in public health, to authorize

project grants for— (See S. 3454.)
Revising, consolidating, and improving the hos-

pital and other medical facilities, draft of pro-
posed legislation to improve the--

335
Teaching facilities, authorizing grants for con-

struction of, and providing scholarships for
students of medicine and public health-(See

S. 3875.)
Training, to amend the law to authorize grants

for training in-(See H.R. 6871.)
Lands-
Administration of, to facilitate the administra-

tion of the- (See H.R. 7004.)
Isolated tracts, to amend the law relating to

(See S. 3468.)
Management of, resolution favoring consolida-
tion for improved...

482
Mineral lease or permit, amending the law to

clarify the right of States to select certain,

subject to~(See S. 2959, S. 3435.)
Persons engaging in activities with respect to,

imposing requirements on-(See S. 2859.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--

15
Public auction, draft of proposed legislation to
amend the law relating to the sale of .----

233
Revenues—(See Revenues-Public.)
Roads—(See Roads, public.)
State acquisition of certain, for recreational

use-(See S. 2757.)
Withdrawals, to require an act of Congress for,

for any project or facility of any department

or agency of the Government- (See S. 2587.)
Withdrawals in excess of 5,000 acres, to require

a law for—(See S. 2587.)
School-(See School-Public.)
Public Buildings Act of 1959-

Amending-
Court of Claims Building, to provide a study to

determine the best location for a new-(See
S. 3279, S. 3403.)

Public Buildings Act of 1959—Continued

Amending-
Court of Claims, Court of Customs and Patent

Appeals, and Tax Court of the United States,
to authorize a study to locate the, near the
Supreme Court of the United States (See S.

3280, S. 3403.)
Lafayette Square and certain buildings in the

vicinity of, to preserve and maintain-(See

S. 3128, S. 3229, S. 3403.)
Public Debt and Tax Rate Extension Act of 1960-

(See H.R. 12381.)
Public Health Service Act (See S. 3391.)

Amending-
Dental diseases, to provide a grant program for

the prevention and control of — (See S. 3780.)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare,

organization of the Service of, draft of pro-

posed legislation to amend the law relating to.
Graduate training in public health, to authorize

project grants for--(See S. 3454.)
Health sciences, to authorize grants-in-aid for

programs of research and training in—(See

S. 3669; H.R. 10341.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding--
Public health, to amend the law to authorize

grants for training in-(See H.R. 6871.)
Research projects, to provide for the payment of

indirect costs of - (See S. 3197.)
Sciences related to health, to authorize aid to

strengthen programs of research and train-

ing-(See S. 3669.)
Public Land Administration Act (See H.R. 7004.)
Public Land Withdrawals Act Amendments of 1959-

(See S. 2587.)
Public lands and nontaxable Indian lands, to amend

the law relating to unappropriated and unre-

served (See S. 3290.)
Public Works Appropriation Act, 1961—(See H.R.

12326.)
Public Works Week, National, providing for the desig-

nation of the week commencing October 2,

1960, as, (See S.J. Res. 202.)
Publications-
Pay in advance for, to authorize agencies to

(See S. 3579.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding----
Sold or distributed to paid subscribers, to provide

for uniformity of application to certain postal
requirements with respect to disclosure of the
average number of copies of—(See H.R.

6830.)
Weekly-(See Weekly publications.)
Puckett, Selma N., to pay a gratuity to—(See S. Res.

216.)
Pueblos—(See New Mexico-Pueblos.)
Puerto Rican hurricane relief loans, report of collec-

tions by the Farmers Home Administration of

the
Puerto Rico
Agricultural experiment stations, receipts, ex-

penditures, and work of, for fiscal 1959----
Baquero, Mr. A. A., petition praying confirmation

of, as postmaster of Loiza----
Fort Amezquita Military Reservation, to convey,

to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (See

S. 3856.)
Hemispheric Center for Cultural and Technical

Interchange- (See H.R. 11510.)
Pay differential of postal employees, memorial re-

monstrating against proposed changes in the-
Punta Salinas, report of the Department of the

Air Force for approval for an aircraft control
and warning facility-

207

26

351

483

125

121

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