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(4) Section 1352(f) of title 10 oi thi Chited States Cole, relating Military records, to reports to Congress by the Secretary of Defense with respect to

claims incident to correction of military records, which readis as follows:

“(f) The Secretary of Defense for the military departments, and the Secretary of the Treasury for the Coast Guard, shall report to Congress every six months on claims paid under this section during the period covered by the report. The report shall include for each claim the name of the claimant, a brief scription of the claim, and a statement of the amount paid.”.

(5)(A) Section 714 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to reports to Congress with respect to knoth of tours of duty outside the United States by members of the Amy and Sir Force, which reads as follows: "§ 714. Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United

States by members of Army and Air Force “The Secretary of Defense shall advise the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives, on April 1 and October 1 of each year, of the regulations governing the length of tours of duty outside the United States by members of the Army and the Air Force, including any changes in those regulations.".

(B) That part of the analysis of chapter 41 of title 10 of the United States Code which reads as follows: "714. Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United States by

members of Army and Air Force.". (6) Section 408(b) of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize certain construction at military and naval installations, and for other purposes”, approved June 17, 1950 (64 Stat. 245), which reads as follows:

**(b) The Secretary of Defense is authorized and directed to make a report to the Congress at the beginning of the first session of the Eighty-second Congress, and at the beinning of the first session of each succeeding Congress, listing all precis for the establishment or development of military, naval, or air-fore installations and facilities by the construction, installation, or equipment of temporary or permanent public works which have been ai horized by the Congress subsequent to the beginning of the Eight i Congress and for which adequate funds for the completion there i have not been appropriated. The report shall include any recommendations which the Secretary of Defense deems appropriate with rospect to the rescission of all, or any portion, of the authority to proceed with any such project.”.

(7)(A) Section 9805 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to certain reports to Congress by the Secretary of the Air Force with respect to certain claims against and by the United States, which reads as follows: "S 9805. Reports to Congress

“The Secretary of the Air Force shall report to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives within 20 days after paying a claim in an amount over $3,000 under section .9802 of this title, or receiving payment of a claim under section 9803 or 9804 of this title. The report shall include a description of the claim, tho names of the vessels involved, a statement of the amount paid or received, the basis of the determination, and other pertinent information. The Secretary shall also report to Congress at each session all amounts paid or received under those sections during the period covered by the report. However, during a war, the Secretary may omit from a report under this section any information the disclosure of which he believes would prejudice the national security.".

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(B) That part of the analysis of chapter 951 of title 10 of the United States Code which reads as follows: *980.5. Reports to Congress.".

(8)(A) Section 4805 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to certain reports to Congress by the Secretary of the Army with respect to certain claims against and by the United States, which reads as follows: "$ 4805. Reports to Congress

"The Secretary of the Army shall repori to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the hilise of Representatives within 20 days after paying a claim in an a count over $3,000 under section 4802 of this title, or receiving payment of a claim under section 4803 or 480+ of this title. The report shall include a description of the claim, the names of the vessels involved, i tiltement of the amount paid or received, the basis of the determination, and other pertinent information. The Secretary shall also repor. to Congress at each session all amounts paid or received under those sections during the period covered by the report. However, during a war, the Secretary may omit from a report under this section any information the disclosure of which he believes would prejudice the national security.".

(B) That part of the analysis of chapter 431 of title 10 of the United States Code which reads as follows: "4805. Reports to Congress.".

(9) The last sentence of section 8 of the Armed Forces Leave Ict of 1946, as amended (60 Stat. 967; 37 U.S.C. 37), which reads as follows: "Amounts expended hereunder shall be included in the annual reports to the Congress by the Departments concerned.".

(10)(A) Section 7624 of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to certain reports to Congress by the Secretary of the Navy with respect to admiralty claims against the United States, which reads as follows: “8 7624. Reports to Congress

"(a) The Secretary of the Navy shall r port to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the wise of Representatives within 20 days after an amount over $3,0* ; is paid by him under section 7622 of this title or is received by him wider section 7623. The report shall include a description of the clain, the names of the vessels involved, a statement of the amount paid or received, the basis of the determination, and other pertinent information.

"(b) The Secretary shall report to Con ress at each session all claims that have been paid under section 522 of this title during the period covered by the report.

"(c) During a war the Secretary may omi: from a report under this section any information the disclosure of which he believes would, prejudice the national security.”.

(B) That part of the analysis of chapter 653 of title 10 of the United States Code which reads as follows: "7624. Reports to Congress.".

(11) Section 4 of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the construction of certain naval vessels, and for other purposes”, approved February 6, 1942 (56 Stat. 53; Public Law 440, Seventy-seventh Congress), which reads as follows:

“Sec. 4. The Secretary of the Navy from time to time, but not less frequently than once every six months, shall transmit to the Congress a full report of all acquisitions of land effected under authority of this or any subseilient Act.”.

Navy Depart. ment.

Admiralty claims.

Construction of vessels.

Post Orlico Do partment.

Penalty mall,

Interior Departo ment.

Indian lande.

drawals.

fare.

(12) Section 302 of the Penalık i det of 1945, ils amended (62 Stat. 1018; 39 U.S.C. 321;), whicis rencis as follows:

"Sec. 302. The Postmaster Gener: I shall report to the Congress and to the Bureau of the Budget within ninety days after the close of each fiscal year the number of envelopes, labels, wrapper's

, cards, and other articles bearing such penalty indicia procured or accounted for through him during such fiscal year by each executive department and agency, by each inde endent establishment, and by each organization and person authori.si by law to use the penalty privilege.".

(13) That part of section 13 of the Act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 8i8; 13 U.S.C. 148), relating to the authority of the Secretary of the Interior to reserve certain Indian lar:ris valuable for power or reservoir sites or for irrigation projects and his reports thereon, which reads as follows: ", and he shall report in Congress all reservations mado

in conformity with this Act". Land with (14) Section 3 of the Act entitled Inlct to authorize the Presi.

dent of the United States to mal wihumwils of public lands in certain cases”, approved June 25, 1:10, as amended (36 Stat. 848; +3 U.S.C. 143), which reads as follows.

"Src. 3. That the Secretary of 10 interior shall report all such withdrawals to Congress at the beginning of its next regular session

after the date of the withdrawals.". Indian., wele (1.3) Section 4 of the Act entitle: ".In Ict authorizing the Secre

iary of the Interior to arrange witli States or Territories for the education, medical attention, relief oi distress, and social welfare of Indians, and for other purposes", approved April 16, 1934, as amended (49 Stat. 1459; 25 U.S.C.15)), whii in reads as follows:

“Sec. 4. That the Secretary of t.e Interior shall report annually to the Congress any contract or contracts made under the provisions of this Act, and the moneys experved thereunder.".

(16) The last sentence of section in of the Act of June 18, 19:34 (48 Stat. 980; 25 U.S.C. 470), providing for an ill report to Congress of transactions involving loans to indians, which reads as follows: "A report shall be made annually to Congress of transactions under this authorization.”.

(17) Section 3 of the Act of December 18, 1942 (56 Stat. 1057; 30 U.S.C. 15), providing for the establishment of a research laboratory for the utilization of anthracite coal, which reads as follows:

"Sec. 3. The Secretary, acting through the United States Bureau of Mines, shall make a report to Congress at the beginning of each reg. ular session of the activities of, expenditures by, and donations to, the laboratory established under this Act.”.

(18) Section 2 of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize appropriations for the Bureau of Reclamation for payments to school districts on certain projects during their construction status", approved June 29, 1948 (62 Stat. 1108; 4:3 U.S.C.3956), which reads as follows:

“Sec. 2. The Secretary of the Interior shall furnish to the Congress each year, on or before the 3d day of January, a report on all activities undertaken during the preceding fiscal year pursuant to the provisions of this Act, together with such recommendations with respect to problems relating to it as he shall think ippropriate.”.

(19) Section 6 of the Act of October 26, 1949, as amended (63 Stat. National Theatre 929; 16 U.S.C. 468e), establishing the National Trust for Historic ervation in the U. s. Preservation in the United States, which readis as follows:

"SEC. 6. Die National Trust shall, on or before the 1st day of Warclı in each ye..r, transmit to Congress il report of its proceedings and activities or the preceding calendar year, including the full and complete statement of its receipts and expenditures.".

Loans.

Bureau of Mine.,

Bureau of Reclemation.

Axroculturo DoDartment

Foot-and-Mouth diseuse.

Extension work.

Experimental stem tions.

(20) Section 3 of the Ict entitle "111 Ace to anthorize the Secretary of Agriculture to cooperate with one Goverment of Vexico in the control and eradication of foot-:2 il-mouth disease and rinderpest", approved February 28, 1947, as it waded (01 Stat. 8;21 U.S.C. 1140), which reads as follows:

**Sec. 3. Thirty days after the actment of this Act, and every thirty days thereafter, the Secre itry of Agriculture shall make a report to the Congress with rcspert to the activities carried on under this Act.".

(21) Section 7 of the Act of May 8, 1914, as amended (67 Stat. 85; 7 U.S.C. 347), relating to annual ceports to Congress with respect to agricultural extension work, which reads as follows:

“Sec. 7. The Secretary of Agriculture shall make an annual report 10 ('ongress of the receipts, expenditures, and results of the cooperative agricultural extension work in all of the States, Territories, or possessions receiving the benefits of this lct, :und also whether the approprintion of any State, Territory, or possession has been withheld, and, if so, the reason therefor.?!.

(22) The last paragraph of section 7 of the Act of March 2, 1887, as amended (69 Stat. 674; 7 U.S.C.361g), relating to annual reports to Congress with respect to the work of agricultural experiment stations, which reads as follows:

"The Secretary of Agriculture all m::ke an annual report to the Congress during the first regular session of each year of the receipts and expenditures and work of the gricultural experiment stations in all the States under the provis ons of this Act and also whether any portion of the appropriation : Vuilable for allotment to any State has been withheld and if so the re: uns therefor.".

(13) The first sentence of sectio of the Act of June 15, 1936 (49 Srat. 1506; 36 U.S.C. 139b), estilishing The National Yeomen F, which reads: "That said organiz::ion shall report annually to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Insitution concerning its proceedings, and said Secretary shall commu icate to Congress such portions thereof as he may deem of nationa: interest and importance.".

(24) Subparagraph (3) of sec ion 4(k) of the Communications det of 1934, as amended (66 Stat. 712; 47 C.S.C. 154(k) (3)), which i ds as follows:

“(33) information with respect to all persons taken into the employment of the Commission during the year covered by the report, including names, pertinent biographical data and experience, Commission positions iield and compensation paid, together with the names of those persons who have left the em loy of the Commission during such year: Provided, That the first annual report following the date of enactment of the Communications Act Amendments, 1952, shall contain such information with respect to all persons in the employ of the Commission at the

close of the year for which the report is made;". (25) That part of paragraph (2) of subsection (a) of the first section of the Act of July 25, 1956 (70 Stat. 648; 31 U.S.C. 701 (a) (2)), relating to the simplification of Government accounting and the facilitation of the payment of Government obligations, which reads ": Provided further, That prior thereto the hend of the agency concerned shall make such report with respect to each such restoration as the Director of the Bureau of the Biulget may require, and shall submit such report to the Director, the Comptroller General, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the President of the Senate".

Approved June 29, 1960.

The National Yeomen F.

Federal Communicatlons.

New Employees.

Government aco counting,

Simplification.

D. To Discontinue or Modify Certain Reporting Requirements

of Law

(79 Stat. 1310)

This act was the result of the enactment of S. 2150, 89th Congress. It was approved on November 8, 1965, as Public Law 348, 89th Congress. The text of the act appears in volume 79, Statutes at Large, pages 1310-1313. Its provisions amend various provisions of various titles of the United States Code.

A. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF Public Law 348, 89TH CONGRESS

1. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD REFERENCES TO DEBATES, ETC.

(Page citations are to daily Congressional Record) S. 2150: To discontinue or modify certain reporting requirements of law. Mr. McClellan (by request); Committee on Government Operations. Reported in Senate August 10, 1965 (S. Rept. 545), 19010. Debated August 12, 1965, 19389–19392. Passed Senate August 12, 1965, 19391. Reported in House October 15, 1965 (H. Rept. 1169), 26279. Debated October 18, 1965, 26233-26235. Passed House amended October 18, 1965, 26235. Senate concurs in House amendment October 21, 1965, 26989. Cleared for President October 21, 1965, D1049. Approved November 8, 1965 (Public Law 348).

2. SERIAL NUMBERS TO BOUND VOLUMES OF CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS RE

LATING TO PUBLIC LAW 348, 89TH CONGRESS

Senate Report 545, 89th Congress, 12662–12664.
House Report 1169, 89th Congress, 12665-12667.

3. CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 348,

89TH CONGRESS

(None found.)

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